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  • 00:35

    US Racing Sports Gambling Show

    in Sports

    US Racing’s Derek Simon discusses Cam Newton’s post-Super Bowl reaction and recaps last Saturday’s Robert B. Lewis Stakes, San Antonio Handicap and Las Virgenes Stakes.


    Derek also explains how to find value in US Racing’s Kentucky Derby trainer betting.

    Lastly, Caroline Sumner stops by to chat about her new Web site, US Horse Racing 101.


    Guest Bio
    US Horse Racing 101 founder and south Alabama-native Caroline Sumner grew up riding horses in a variety of English sports such as eventing and hunter/jumper. She has had a love of horse racing for as long as she can remember. She graduated from Midway College in December of 2012 with a degree in Equine Studies. Throughout college, she worked on a commercial breeding farm and on the racetrack in various positions that include: barn foreman, hotwalker, and groom. Caroline is an avid supporter of off-track thoroughbreds in their second careers.

    Caroline resides in Fairhope, Alabama, where she operates this website full time in addition to freelance grooming at thoroughbred sales and A/AA horse shows around the country. Her other interests include bodybuilding and traveling.

  • 02:05

    April Deep Aries Presents: Rocker! Samantha Hollins aka Songbird!

    in Entertainment

    Ghettosongbird has played legendary NYC stages such as CBGB’s, The Bitter End, Snitch, Wicked Willy’s, 106&Park, Apollo Theater, Cafe Wha, The Village Underground, M1-5, Ashford & Simpson Suga Bar, ect., The World Famous Whisky A Go-Go & The Gaslite (with Rosa Lee Brooks who wrote & recorded with Jimi Hendrix) in L.A., The Tropicana Hotel & Boardwalk in Atlantic City, NJ, Maxine’s in Trenton NJ, The Clubhouse in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Asylum in Washington D.C., Philly hot spots like The World Cafe Live, The Trocadero, Pennsylvania Convention Center, The Liacoria Center, The Philadelphia Independent Music Conference, Temple University, La Salle University, Penns Landing, Pantene Total You Tour, Silk City opening up for RES, Johnny Brendas opening up for Free Form Funky Freqs with Legendary musicians Vernon Reid (from 80′s rock band Living Colour), G. Calvin Weston, & Jamaladeen Tucuma, opened up for Sonja Sanchez at Poetry Festival, Philadelphia music & film festival at Legendary Blue Horizon, The Tin Angel, The Fire, & she even played bass with local classic rock band Wiqid Blicse etc.


     


    Ghetto Songbird writes and produces music sparked by the love, struggle and uprisal of her environment. Her 1st CD “Alley Of The Earth” was recorded in L.A. with the help of her mentor Rosa Lee Brooks & is like an underground cult favorite with airplay in her hometown Philadelphia, New York and overseas in the UK. She has transformed her Rock-n-roll dream into the reality, as her fans await her long awaited 2nd album “Hoodstock Wingdom”.

  • 01:33

    Good Cop Bad Cop on Yesterday's Problems, Today's Issues, and Tomorrow's Future

    in Current Events

     Hosted by Michael Hampton and Gabriel Rich


    The control of minorities in the new America  influenced early policing. New England settlers appointed Indian Officers to police Native Americans, the St. Louis police were founded to protect residents from Native Americans in that frontier city, and many southern police departments began as slave patrols. Today, as we examine police slogans like, “To Protect and to Serve” and “Committed to Excellence”, in a historical context, it becomes obvious that they’re not directed at the policed neighborhoods. We find police officers in the neighborhood of indigenous Americans and other working class races in the news every day. They Kill first and hide the facts later. They are murdering unarmed men and defenseless women and children and it is plain to see, in plain sight, they are abusing their positions of power. Through the media, the crimes are covered up and Politicians turn their heads as the innocent die every day while made up stories justify their “legalized” violence. 


     

  • 00:33

    Brisnet.com Predicteform.com Lewis Stakes & Donn Handicap Preview Podcast

    in Sports

    It's coast to coast action on Saturday, with the year's first Grade 1 races taking place at Gulfstream Park, and the weekend's lone Kentucky Derby prep at Santa Anita Park. Ed DeRosa of Brisnet.com and Danny Zucker of Predicteform.com preview the Donn Handicap and Lewis Stakes as well as touch on undefeated champion multiple Grade 1 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Songbird making her three-year-old debut in the Las Virgenes with the Kentucky Oaks her early-season target.


    For FREE Brisnet.com Ultimate Past Performances of the Donn Handicap, click here.


    For the Lewis, click here.

  • 00:27

    Did You Choose Your Mother & Your Father?

    in Spirituality

    Today, we are going to explore an idea --  it's just an idea -  something to consider and something to have fun with.


    Did you chose your Mother?  Did you chose your Father?  Did you chose your physical body?   Did you choose your looks?


    Did you volunteer to come to earth?   

  • 02:00

    The Mis-Education of the Negro on The RICH Report~Hosted by Gabriel Rich

    in Education

    Prominent educator in the school system, Acquilla McKoy joins Gabriel Rich on Thursday on The RICH Report.  February 4, 2016. All our lives we’ve been told that education is the key to success. You want to do the right thing for your child. You want to  give them all the tools they need for a successful life to succeed and as a parent, you believe you are doing the right thing. In the classroom, education tells a different story when bureaucracy comes with it. In this episode of The RICH Report, we will examine how the educational system has affected Indigenous Amer’icans over the years. On The RICH Report, we ask the question, should government education continue or should parents step up their game with other resources.

  • 01:09

    Black History Month & Bob Marovich: Chicago and The Birthplace of Gospel Music!

    in Entertainment

    This Week on "TheMusicBox" with National Recording Artist Tanya Dallas-Lewis! It's Black History Month---and its time to learn about the Birthplace of Gospel Music!


    Gospel Music Historian, Author, and Radio Host Bob Marovich joins me as we KICK OFF Black History Month!  He'll be telling us about his latest book release, "A CITY CALLED HEAVEN: CHICAGO AND THE BIRTHPLACE OF GOSPEL MUSIC!" Join us--to learn MORE about the music you love--there's no other MUSIC like it in THE WORLD! 


    Plus, [as always--like, FOR REAL-FOR REAL!] the BEST in gospel music by artists that you ACTUALLY know [wowsa!], news, interviews, updates, how-to's and so much more! 


    LaQuita--our resident ''ghetto'' chef, has been playing around with a couple different recipes!  Be sure to join us--as Bob Marovich will no doubt be her ''guinea pig!'' LOL!! 


    -Tanya, Stellar/Dove Nominated Recording Artist


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  • 02:01

    Gentrification In Urban American Communities~ Hosted by Buck Wylam and Rick Moon

    in Real Estate

    Gen·tri·fi·ca·tion


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    1.


    The buying and renovation of houses and stores in deteriorated urban neighborhoods by upper- or middle-income families or individuals, thus improving property values but often displacing low-income families and small 


    It appears that changes are going on in neighborhoods known as “The Ghetto’ in America. What used to be classified as so-called Black neighborhoods are becoming open season to a new class of more affluent residents who move in.  A new development of the property comes and usually, it is accompanied by a severe increase in housing prices which could displace the neighborhood’s longtime residents. This is called gentrification and it follows a long practice of invaders to the American lands.


    African Americans Ain't Africans

  • 01:33

    Is European Curriculum Destroying *Black Children? Hosted by Michael Hampton

    in Current Events

    Show Title:Yesterday's Problems, Today's Issues, and Tomorrow's Future


    Hosted by Michael Hampton and Gabriel Rich


    Malcolm X is quoted to say “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today and he was also correct in not allowing a system to educate our children."  When it comes to homeschooling, it takes commitment and effort on the part of the mother and father and the reward would be that much greater. While this SysTEM continues to bombard our future generations with the ‘slavery story’, we must be more concerned about education and upbringing of our own. As a village for the future generation, we must be willing to commit time, effort and resources to the education of our children. We must wake up for our children and be able to teach family values and beliefs grounded in truth and let knowledge grow. Enough is enough and the propaganda that is shoved into our children’s mind will destroy their future.

  • 00:25

    Rebranding Culture

    in Social Networking

    Is it cool or do you find it offensive to embrace ghetto culture?

  • 00:47

    Interview with Benita Hill

    in Country Music

    Songwriter, singer, recording artist, documentary producer, television personality, motivational speaker-these are just a few of the many colored hats that Benita Hill wears on her creative journey.


    The former background vocalist for the Allman Brothers has written number one songs for Garth Brooks ("Two Pina Coladas" & "It's Your Song") and her songs have been covered by artists in multiple genres-the legendary Isaac Hayes, gospel jazz saxophonist Kirk Whalum, country songbird Crystal Gayle and many more.Her music has appeared in Broadway musicals, television and radio commercials (she’s the voice of “Santa Baby”for Jaguar Automobiles) and she has released six critically acclaimed CDs of her original jazz/pop inflected songs.


    Three of her songs,co-written with Julia Rich,are performed worldwide as part of the Glenn Miller orchestra’s standard repertoire. Most recently, her documentary The Healing Power of A Song premiered nationally on the Blue Highways television network.She also tours with a seminar of the same name, encouraging others to pursue their unique creative voice by following the music of their hearts.