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We Are Please To Present Evangelist Darlene Campbell Here On Resurrection Power Church Of Christ Ministry Where The Holy Spirit Is In Control And Jesus Christ Is Lord, We're Bible Believing Ministry That's Teaching,Preaching And Reaching The Lost Souls Of This Sin Sick World For The Kingdom Of Heaven In The Name Of Jesus,We Are Here Every Morning Monday Through Friday From 10:30 a.m Est Until 2:30 p.m Est And Saturday's From 12 p.m Est Dial In Number Is 1-661-467-2411
Host Tarot Dactyl is delighted to talk to guest, Inez Wyrick (aka "Bubbles") about her Dragon Stones which will be on display August 30th 2pm CT at the Hilton Homewood Suites in Amarillo, TX and October 10th 2pm ET at Mountain Mystic Trading Store in Front Royal, VA. She will share the fascinating journey that she has had with these beautiful stones.
Inez Wyrick (aka “Bubbles”) has been an intuitive counselor for people worldwide for over 40 years. An expert in “bringing together the right rock to the right person,” she brings together several spiritual traditions in the rigorous blessing ceremony which she performs on each rock in her collection. She is the sole student of Stormy Winter Hawk (aka Doris Twadell), the granddaughter of Comanche Chief Quannah Parker and great-granddaughter of Kiowa Owl Chief/Prophet Mamanti.
For information regarding future rock showing or long distance peronal consultations, leave your message at (540)550-4297. For TX appointments, contact Rose at (806)731-3100. Appointments may also be made by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the 2nd half of the show Tarot Dactyl will be taking your calls during our monthly Open Lines/Open Minds segment -- call in to share your crystal journey, ask a questions about stones, or get a free crystal reading. The call in number is 347-989-0744.
Tune in August 27, 2015 at 4PM EDT/3PM CT/2PM MT/1PM PT.
Christopher P. Garetano is a passionate filmmaker. A graduate of the prestigious School of Visual Arts in New York CIty, Garetano burst onto the scene with his fascinating documentary, "Horror Business", about the agony and the ecstasy of working in the indie-horror world.
A selection of several major film festivals - The New York Horror Film Festival, The Chicago Horror Film Festival,The London Filmmakers Convention, The Eerie Horror Film Festival as well as winning the Audience Choice Award for "Best Documentary" at The Long Island Film Festival - "Horror Business" takes viewers where very few ever go.
The stress, the pain, the frustration as well as the joy and satisfaction of creating an indie horror film are all captured as Garetano follows five genre folk around and documents a "normal" day or week in their life. Most recently, he has written and directed the documentary "Montauk Chronicles."
Today on the Tenth anniversary of the deviation of the 9th Ward in New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina, The President of the United States came here to speak. Not to the people who were devastated but to the politicians. The people had waited for more than five hours to see him and he ducked in the back door and out the back Door of the Sancheze Center. It was very hurtful to the Black and Poor people who just wanted to see the man. I We have taken so much backlash from the White racists in this country for the audacity to vote him into office. The news says that the center was filled with the residents of the ninth Ward it was not, there were by invitations only and they were sent only to political figures here in New Orleans and not many of them were from the 9th Ward.
Bismillah Ar-Rahmani Ar-Raheem
1. By the Sun and its glorious splendor
2. By the Moon she follows him
3. By the Day as it shows up the Sun's glory
4. By the Night as it conceal's it
Tonight, David and Jeff continue their verbal back-and-forth, remembering a music legend who left us twenty-five years ago. They also have a story about one of their favorite targets. Music and banality will follow.
Have you ever wished you had help deciding which Pitcher you should pick up on the Waiver Wire? Or wondering who you should start on your football team this week? How about being in need of a Draft Strategy? Well your wish is about to come true, that’s right, Fantasy JAM is back on the air, and it will be BETTER than ever.
Hosted by a man who has being Fantasy Football so long, he once drafted Tony Dorsett as his Running Back, Chad “The Buffalo” Setera. There may be no more knowledgeable Fantasy player in the world than The Buffalo. Besides years of experience playing the game, he has also been a commissioner of many leagues and hosted podcasts about it for years. There is also no-one in the world who can quite control his partner like Chad, and make him focus.
His partner in this foray is Andrew “Fish” Fain. Having worked in the Sports industry for the past 20+ years, there are few people who have and can get the same inside info as Fish. He has played Fantasy Sports since the early 90’s and is even a member of the FSWA (Fantasy Sports Writers of America). There are very few people who are as loud, or as opinionated as Fish, so no matter what questions you may have, he will always have an answer, even if it is one you don’t want to hear.
But this show is so much more than just 2 guys spouting their opinions. This is the FIRST Fantasy Show that wants you to participate. Every week, we will publish an article on The Inscriber Digital Magazine that will have FIVE debate topics. We will finish those debates on the show, and invite to voice your opinion too.
So if you don’t want the same old same old when it comes to Fantasy advice and more, give FantasyJAM a listen, I promise you will be hooked.
K.tothe.A.Y. is an eclectic East Coast artist whose sound embraces a wide range of elements, from the tight edge of Hip-Hop, to the smooth grooves of RnB and the vibes of reggae / dub. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, it’s easy to see that K.tothe.A.Y. refuses to get stuck in a box when it comes to the possibilities of his song-writing.
When it comes to hip-hop and RnB, the music scene is absolutely saturated. Music magazines and record labels literally have to dig, every hour, between countless demo and promo emails, to find something truly unique and remarkable. In this day and age, anyone could just get any DAW software (digital audio workstation, an entire recording studio in your laptop) and virtually produce a great sounding backing track, or even a solid vocal performance from the comfort of their bedroom or garage. Some argue that recording technology has been “democratized”, and in a sense, it is true. This is a highly competitive industry and it takes real talent and focus to climb the ranks.
So many artists have the possibility to create and express themselves at only a fraction of the cost they would have needed to spend just about a decade ago or so. This is great, but like any revolution, it has its downsides. More recordings do not necessarily mean more quality, more care, and more talent. The truth, in most cases, is that unfortunately the majority of the new tracks that are produced this way are just “obstacles”, keeping media and labels away from true gems.
The injury bug has hit two of Wisconsin's main football teams.
Which five starting offensive linemen will we see for the Wisconsin Badgers on Sept. 5 against the Alabama Crimson Tide, and how will it affect their ability to move the ball?
Jordy Nelson's knee injury will keep him out for the 2015 NFL season. How much of an impact will that make on the Green Bay Packers offense, and how badly does this hurt their chances at a Super Bowl run?
Black Inventors, Inventions & Innovations
We were taught that George Washington Carver invented peanut butter, that's probably not true considering the fact that the Aztecs were eating it back in the 15th century. But did you know that brother Carver invented 300 or so uses for the peanut itself? He issued bulletins to farmers and housewives explaining how to use peanuts to make soap, face creams, axle grease, insecticides, glue, medicines and charcoal. He even made paper from peanuts.
Join us, Alex, Asha, and Zhe, Thursday August 27 at 9 PM EST as we discuss great Melanated Inventors, Inventions and Innovations that have impacted and improved our world.
Spoken language, the written word, and the smooth transmission of electricity are all inventions or innovations of the Melanated man. Traffic lights, the gas mask, the modern pacemaker, and even the video game are innovations of the Black man. And this is the short list. So you don't want to miss this informative episode.
Plus, brother Dennis Jefferson will be dropping by with another episode of Healthy Matters, improving the health of the Melanated Family one week at a time.
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Join my special guest Phyllistene Lawson for a discussion of her book Quilt of Souls. Quilt of Souls is a memoir that represents the author's childhood, her loving grandmother, and an old, tattered quilt that tells the untold stories that have long since been hushed. A quilt sewn with the used clothing of her grandmother's loved ones. Each piece of fabric woven into the quilt tells stories of how that person lived and died. Tragic stories of pain and suffering threaded back together with each healing stitch of perseverance and courage. Grandma Lula Horn (1883-1986) was like many other grandmothers of her era, a pioneer, and a symbol of hope who found alternative ways to soften the horrors of racism and bigotry.
Ms. Lawson completed her military career in 2013. Prior to her completing 20 years of military service, she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Ms. Lawson is married with two sons and five Granddaughter’s and currently reside in Florida.
AUGUST 27, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Contemporary Western Music and the Publishing of Westerns in Today’s Market
Jim Jones - New Mexico Author and singer whose books and songs have educated, informed and entertained people around the world. Winner of the 2013 Western Writers of America Spur Award for Western Song of the Year.
Carol Markstrom - Singer/songwriter who plays acoustic guitar and performs Western, folk, and Americana. Carol is also a non-fiction writer and recently published children’s book.
Tiffany Schofield - Tiffany Schofield, Senior Editor at Five Star Publishing (a part of Cengage Learning/Gale).
Bob Clark- Editor-in-Chief of Washington State University Press, former Assistant Director/Publisher at the University of Oklahoma and Former past President and Owner of Arthur H. Clark Company
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Western music is not to be confused with Country music. Western music is a form of American folk music composed by and about the people who settled and worked throughout the Western United States and Western Canada. The Mexican folk music of the American Southwest also influenced the development of this genre. With the Traditional Western being a genre of various arts, such as comics, fiction, film, games, radio, television and music, getting "westerns" published and in the hands of fans can also be confusing and a challenge to understand. Tonight we learn about today's contemporary western music and about how today's publishing experts get the western genre to market.
Silk is a highly celebrated, R&B quintet who has sold over 5 million records. The group still comprises the original members who debuted in 1992. These gentlemen are Timzo (Timothy Cameron), Jim (Jimmy Gates, Jr.), Big G (Gary Glenn), Lil G (Gary Jenkins) and John John (Johnathen Rasboro). Popular for baby-making ballads and New Jack Swing favorites, Silk is best known for their 1993 pop hit, “Freak Me.” Other hits include “If You”, “Meeting In My Bedroom”, “Girl U For Me”, “Lose Control”, “Hooked On You” and “Don’t Rush”. The group was discovered by Keith Sweat over 20 years ago yet they continue to enjoy longevity in the industry with six studio albums. Currently, Silk is delicately placing the finishing touches on their seventh studio LP while touring the world.
The group began its embryonic stage in the mid 80’s. Timzo, Jim and John John formed the singing group as the teenagers harmonized while working at McDonald’s. Shortly thereafter, Big G was joined. A then-gospel group, the four would get their big break singing church songs in their manager’s basement during a cookout. Already empowered with unique diamond-smooth harmonies, Silk went in search of a fifth voice and Gary “Lil G” Jenkins was joined to the group. Keith Sweat signed the group to his Keia label and helped to create Silk’s unmistakable sound.
Sweat co-wrote and produced most of the steamy, sexually suggestive songs for their debut album, Lose Control. Selling two million copies, the album spun three US R&B Top 10 hits, including ‘Freak Me’, which stayed at #1 on the chart for eight weeks and the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks. Silk would go on to release their second album with an eponymous title giving us “I Can Go Deep”, “Hooked On You” and “Don’t Rush”.