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  • 00:45

    Honoring Our Father: Major John Lloyd Snow - Born 5/2/34. Died 3/13/72

    in Current Events

    On Memorial Day 2015 Nicholas Snow honors all who serve or have served, and shares memories of his father; including news of his death, funeral services in Dallas, Texas, and his burial at Arlington National Cemetary.  John Lloyd Snow was born May 2, 1934, in Springfield, Missouri, to John Alvin Snow and Helen Lloyd Snow, and died at Carswell Air Force Base (now Carswell Naval Air Station) March 13, 1972, in the crash of a Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker, along with the entire crew: Maj Charles N Ventimiglia, Capt John C North, 1st Lt Alexander E McCarthy, A1C Bruce J Klaverkamp.  Click here for more details.


    John Lloyd Snow gravestone photo credit © 2001-2014 John C Anderson on Find A Grave


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  • 01:27

    FOOTSTEPS IN THE SNOW-Charles Lachman

    in Entertainment

    1957. Sycamore, Illinois. Christmas was three weeks away, and seven-year-old Maria Ridulph went out to play. Soon after, a figure emerged out of the falling snow. He was very friendly. Minutes later, Maria vanished, leaving behind an abandoned doll and footsteps in the snow.

    In April, a spring thaw gave up Maria’s body in a nearby wooded area. The case attracted national attention, including that of the FBI and President Eisenhower. In all, seventy-four men and three women fell under suspicion. But no one was ever charged with the crime.

    Incredibly, fifty-five years later, the coldest case in the history of American jurisprudence would be reopened. It happened after a seventy-four-year-old former neighbor of the Ridulphs named Eileen Tessier made a stunning deathbed confession to her family about a dark past, and a darker secret they knew nothing about. Two families would be joined by despair and retribution, and in an astounding turn of events, Maria Ridulph’s killer would finally be brought to justice. FOOTSTEPS IN THE SNOW-One Shocking Crime. Two Shattered Families. And the Coldest Case in U.S. History-Charles Lachman

  • 01:42

    Rates and Lanes with Rico Muhammad Special Guest Chuck Snow

    in Business

    Tonight Chuck Snow is joining us. Chuck gave a stimulating and informative presentation at the CMC a couple weeks ago on "Buildin a Trucking Business". So for those that missed it or did not get a chance to attend the CMC this is an excellent chance to get some questions answered. We  also will have the weekly updates from the USDA Fruit and Vegitable Truck Rate Report and the DAT Trendlines report. 

  • 01:00

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

    in Religion

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

  • 01:55

    Katie Snow Editor of The Spellery: A Magazine Bringing Witches Together

    in Culture

    Tonight Lady Tara welcomes Katie Snow, Executive Editor of the newest publication for Witches Everywhere, The Spellery.


    The Spellery magazine is for the novice to the seasoned Witch.


    Charmed In New England and Lady Tara are featured in The May edition, on sale now !


    Get your copy HERE


    Visit:


    The Spellery on Facebook


    http://www.thespellery.com/


    http://www.charmed-witch.com


     

  • 00:59

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

    in Religion

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

  • 00:59

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

    in Religion

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

  • 00:59

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

    in Religion

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

  • 00:32

    How I would have answered Rev. Eric Strachan

    in Religion

    Several weeks ago, the Freindly Atheist posted a link to a pastor in Canada who was asking, "How come some don't believe there is a god?"  The article cotained a link to the original piece written by Rev Eric Strachan from the New Life Community Church in Petawawa.  It was hard to track him down, but I eventually got to send him an email requesting an interview.  I never heard back.

    So tonight, I'll respond to the few questions Eric asked in his article.  I'll do my best to answer such questions as, "But look at the babies!" and "Why are you so angry at god?"  

    I wish I could have talked to him, but at least you'll get my take.

    Plus your calls.  Awesome!!

    http://www.thedailyobserver.ca/2015/05/04/faith-how-come-some-dont-believe-there-is-a-god


     

  • 00:16

    The Romance Bookmark with Renee Bernard presents: Heather Snow

    in Books

    Love, laughter and a life filled with books! At The Romance Bookmark, we celebrate all three and tonight we do that with Award-winning Author Heather Snow! www.heathersnowbooks.com It's been a while since we were lucky enough to catch her and as we catch up and just "hang out". One of my favorite things to do on a bad day is pull up Heather's site, read the great reviews her books have gotten and get re-inspired that great books still happen and that generous and talented authors like Heather Snow are still writing them.

  • 01:27

    Eric Karge Live

    in Military

    Join us this week as we welcome country music singer songwriter, Eric Karge. Eric was voted Maryland’s “2014 Country Music Artist of the Year” during the first-annual Maryland Music Awards recently held at Rams Head Live in Baltimore. Karge, who is from small town Preston, MD., was nominated in three categories including “Country Artist of the Year”, “Songwriter of the Year”, and “Breakout Artist of the Year”. Fans placed Karge in the top five for the three categories. In 2012, Karge released his debut EP titled “Small Town Night”. The EP features six from-the-heart original songs including “Small Town Night”, written about the town in which he grew up; “Irrigation from God”, inspired by the costly need for crop irrigation; “Hell Yeah”, a single inspired by meeting country artist Brantley Gilbert. Karge also wrote several meaningful songs including “If That’s What it Takes”, a tribute to his Marine brother Robbie and fellow members of the Marine Corps. Karge is currently working with Producer Dick Hodgin on a new military tribute album recording at Osceola Studio's in Raleigh, NC. The new album is scheduled to be released spring 2015. We will talk to Eric about his upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at his music, feature his latest songs, and ask him to share his message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Eric Karge at http://erickarge.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with with Eric during the show (718) 766-4193. If you would like to participate in the live chat during the show, you must sign up on the show site first and then log in during the show. And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Join us, Sunday 4/26/2015 at 4 PM EDT Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.