• 00:11

    Gene Marks shares fraud prevention- presented by American Express

    in Lifestyle


    A recent American Express survey of U.S. small-business owners found that fraud prevention is a top concern for small merchants. However, almost half of those surveyed said they are unaware of new EMV industry standards taking effect in the U.S. this October.   On February 25, we will have Gene Marks-an author and one of the top small business experts in the nation. Gene will explain what the new EMV chip cards mean for consumers and small businesses. You'll also learn how American Express has committed up to $10 million in reimbursements to fight fraud 

      FRAUD PREVENTION-What the new EMV cards will mean for small merchants & consumers

    CREDIT SMART-How EMV cards work and why they're a more secure way to pay
    PLAN AHEAD-How chip cards will be distributed and changes small merchants will need to make


    GENE MARKS is a columnist, author, CPA and small business owner. Gene has published six best-selling books on small business management, his latest being the Manufacturer's Book of Lists and IN GOD WE TRUST, EVERYONE ELSE PAYS CASH.

  • 01:59

    1st hour- The New You: An Attitude of Excellence 2nd hour- The New Hope Gene

    in Relationships

    1st Hour-  Join host Latifah Hameen with her guest Loren Norris as he discusses "The New You: An Attitude of Excellence."

    2nd Hour- Join host Michael Hameen with his guest Luqman & Muslimah Seraj of Seraj Family Homes communicating with us their work & their thoughts on " THE NEW HOPE GENE" Tune in to:THE GOOD SENSE GOD GIVES 7-8 PM CST.

  • 00:28

    International/Nashville Recording Artist, William "Duece" Hulett on ITNS Radio!

    in Music

    William "DUECE" Hulett is from Lexington, KY. He was raised by his loving parents who both had a strong love of music. As William was growing up, his mother would always listen to Patsy Cline, Connie Francis and Gene Pitney, and his father listened to Ronnie Milsap, Hank Williams, Randy Travis and Ray Stevens, to name a few, and their love for music influenced William to become a singer himself. William was introduced at an early age to many types of music and has been influenced by them all but most of all, his greatest inspirations would have to be "Garth Brooks" "Randy Travis" and "Alan Jackson".

    William first started singing at age 7 at his local church and his deep love for singing just got stronger as the years went by. He would sing at family reunions, weddings and gatherings as much as possible, and at the age of 17 his luck started to change when his uncle bought a bar in Versailles, KY. William had his first singing debut in front of a large crowd at his uncle’s bar. As William looked out into the crowd and into their eyes filled with enjoyment, he then knew that singing was what he would strive for. Being a singer and pleasing the crowd made him come alive and William has been singing ever since.

    William, as years went by, owned a few bars and has done personal security for some of the biggest and best entertainers known. Never giving up on his singing career, William's dream has finally come true and he is now known as Independent Nashville Recording Artist "DUECE"!

  • 01:00

    The CAC Show: Ep. 69 - The Genius Of Gene Holye

    in Entertainment

    February 19th, 2015 - Call in 1-347-884-9479 and join us this week on The CAC Show when we welcome our good friend Gene Hoyle, creator and writer of Gateway Runners, for another dynamite interview! Gene will talk with us on a number of topics such as the nude photo leaks of WWE superstars, cosplay mistakes, The Walking Dead, the apparent death of the tv sitcom, and the looming comic-con season! Make sure to go and like the Gateway Runners Facebook page!


    All broadcasts of The CAC Show are also available for free download on iTunes!

  • 01:00

    The 'Kult' Of Mets Personalities 2/22/2015

    in Baseball

    Join the 'Kult' Of Mets Personalities on WBAR Radio, New York every Saturday morning at 8:30AM EST and downloadable anytime.

    Listen to popular figures in NY Met Nation break down the latest news, drama and provide needed therapy for the broken fan.  

    Hosted By:

    Matt Faz @mattyfaz31


    Stephen Keane @kranepool , Nik Kolidas @nikkolidas, Gene  Anthony  @ Dave Singer @ MetsBlue

    Visit KinersKorner.com & kranepoolsociety.com
    RSS http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wbar/podcast

  • 00:30

    Terrance J. Lefty returns. Tells the story of Young Frankenstein.

    in Entertainment

    Terrance J Lefty returns to tell the story of young frankenstein the musical. join us to find out what exactle happens in a series of unfortunate perceptions of this show as we do not know what in the world will happen as Terrance tells us the real story behind some of the motives of this brilliant story. What happens? Find out at 11:30 EST/10:30 CST as Terrance J Lefty returns for the season conclusion of Late Night Talks With Scott L. Clayton. Warning: Extreme Graphical Content and Extreme Vulgarity.

  • 00:16

    Memorial For Eugene Hilchey

    in Music

    Today I'm doing a broadcast for my father Eugene Hilchey. Sadly he passed away February 2, 2015, I talked with him the day before and let him know how much I love him. I was not notified of his passing and found out on my own after sending authorities to his home three days ago when I could not reach him by telephone. I want to dedicate this broadcast to him. Dad always wanted me to go into broadcasting and this is as close as I ever came and he was proud of this show and listened weekly. Born in 1927 dad was a musician and played with somw of the great Big Band leaders. His drum skins are signed by Buddy Rich, Gene Krupa Glenn Miller, Benmny Goodman and many others. Today I will be playing his favorite songs

  • 00:31

    Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

    in Entertainment

    Join us and special guest, Landon, as we tackle Superman IV: The Quest for Peace! This movie has made numerous worst movie ever made lists.  This is the last movie in the Christopher Reeve Superman series.  Superman IV is also the last Superman movie produced by the Salkinds.  What happened?  Why is it so bad when compared to Superman: The Movie, and Superman II?  Join us as we battle Nuclear Man for answers!

  • 02:59

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Be Still 2.0

    in Art

    This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forbearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!

    1. William E. Gary is current President, Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex, Inc. Board of Directors and former Co-Chair, Moore Heritage Festival of the Arts and Humanities. He is presently serving his third tenure as president of the North Brevard County Branch NAACP; Dinizulu Gene Tennie is co-director of the slaveship replica project. He will give the keynote at The Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Program, 2 p.m., Sat., Feb. 21, 2015, 2180 Freedom Avenue, Mims, Florida.

    2. We are joined once again by choreographers who will present week 2, Feb. 28-Mar. 1, at Black Choreographers Festival: Here & Now: Veterans Reginald Ray Savage, Raissa Simpson, Gregory Dawson and first time choreographer, Maurya Kerr.

    3. The 9th Annual Be Still Retreat . . . 2.0, is Sat., February 28, 10-4 p.m. at Mills College in Oakland, CA. 510-834-5990. Our guests are: Event planner,  Sharon Green-Holder; presenter, Jamila Makini, plus Mutima Imani, special guest speaker and workshop presenter.

    4. Andrew I. Wilson, visual artist, whose work is currently at Joyce Gordon Gallery in Oakland through Feb. 28. http://www.aiwart.com

  • 01:07

    NOT SO MAD SCIENCE #HaroldMuhammad

    in Science


    Harold Muhammad

    Join the host tonight in an open discussion on the very volatile subject of using THE GAY GENE in reproduction. He will be discussing in graphic and scientific detail the realistic possibility and the resulting consequences of using this controversial reproductive technique.

  • 00:25

    An Evening with the Andrew Sisters

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn

     An Evening with the Andrew Sisters  

    (1)  Hohokus N.J.      

     (2)   Malaguena    

    (3) Aurora

    (4) Music Makers

    (5) Mister Five by Five

    (6) Strip Polka

    Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records

    All on Shellac 10” 78 rpm and released in the US

     Andrew Sisters / Vic Schoen

    A: Hohokus N.J.  (L 4975)

    B:  Malaguena (L4958)

    Label: Decca ‎– 24645

    Personality Series: 

    Released: 4/4/49 

    Genre: Jazz, Pop

    Decca Black Label

    Andrew Sister’s ‎– Strip Polka, Mister Five by Five

    Label: Decca ‎– 18470 Black Label

    Released:  1942

    Genre: Pop, Stage & Screen

    Style: Vocal Big Band 

    Strip Polka Written-By – Johnny Mercer 

    Mister Five By Five Written-By – Don Raye, Gene De Paul 

     B side From Universal Picture "Off the Beaten Track"


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