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If you didn't stay up to watch the Grammys last night, have no fear we will chat a little bit about what we saw on last night as well as what others 'tweeted' about.
Talking Politics with Valerie's Son will get us up to speed with the world of politics.
Darren Marlar with come with the Daily Dose of Weird News. Think 'Pot Vending' machine and 'Truck Driving Dentist'
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This week on The Urban Woman Radio we will discuss a number of topics.
1.) Bobbi Kristina
2.) The Grammys
3.)My Last Obsession
Ah, Grammys night. Time for all the non-top-40 rap fans to call out the Academy's lack of "real hip hop" understanding. Yet, as the masochists they are, they'll watch. And moan. And complain. And walk away with the reinforced, yet still false, assertion that hip hop is d-e-d dead.
What they should be doing, is tuned in to Episode 115 of our live talk show, where we highlight many aspects of hip hop music and culture that the Grammys, and even our hometown hip hop media, ignore.
We'll give you a thorough rap roundup, event reviews and upcoming show previews, discussing them WITH you, as we take YOUR CALLS live throughout the show.
We'll also get a shoutout from the legendary Ralph McDaniels of Video Music Box fame, checking in to let us know about his All-Star hip hop event going on during All-Star Weekend in New York City.
We'll also hear from writer/radio/show host Chad Law to report on recent events, and his ongoing weekly showcase out on Long Island.
So tonight, say F THE GRAMMYS, and tune in, listen, call in, participate, learn, share and support, the alternative to mainstream New York hip hop media.
New York hip hop's #1 talk radio show. Powered by www.BirthplaceMag.com, the #1 website for NY hip hop.
In this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll assess where the Philadelphia Eagles are as the offseason kicks into high gear. There are plenty of decisions to be made when it comes to both free agency and the draft, so we'll put on our GM hat as we try to predict what Chip Kelly's plans are for the 2015 season.
Later in the show, we'll give you our thoughts on this past Sunday's Grammy Awards, and tell you which music festivals and albums you should be on the look out for over the next few months. So, for all of that and more, come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
Its been a while, but tonight we go live for our highly CONTOVERSIAL but never dull "WTF is going on" uncensored talk segment aptly titled "REALLY THO!"
We got three things to get off our damn chest tonight and YOU, yes YOU the callers and listening audience are welcomed to call and chime in on all of it:
1. The Grammy Awards and Yeezys bullshit rant (hey thats how I see it)
2. The college kid who merked a tranny cause he supposidly lied about being a dude ( which leads me to 2.b Should it be against the law to lie about your sex to a sex partner?)
3. Bobbi Kristina...that tragedy and could YOU take your child off of life support or would you wait on a miracle?
3 topics, 2 hours, 1 place to catch it and thats #K100RADIO
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Married at the Grammys
My name is Christine Garcia and my wife's name is Patricia Garcia . We are both 26 years old and have been together for five years. It was an honor getting married at the Grammy Awards yesterday after a very rough previous year. 2014 has treated us very well after my wife Patricia's very hard battle with cancer, who is now on remission! Patricia and I both met at a hookah lounge in Whittier and have been inseparable ever since. Both of us are students with many hopes and dreams to soon achieve. I am a Deaf Studies graduate and my wife is applying to universities wanting to major in Women and Gender studies with an emphasis in public policy. We are both vegan and animal rights activists.
Master Pencil Artist Clarence Pointer
was born in Hillsboro, a small town in Alabama. It was there he developed his God’s given talent with no formal training, with great family and friends support. Over time he had formed his on unique style of drawing. He always believed in creating realistic detailed masterpieces, it would best showcase his utmost abilities. Pointer welcomes challenging and seemingly difficult projects, it keeps him sharp. Success came after lots of practice, perseverance, self-discipline, patience and determination to be the best. While serving in the Air Force stationed at Okinawa, Japan a master Japanese artist who told him to devote even more time to each project. After those words of wisdom, Clarence began winning numerous art contests throughout Southern California and has gained international status. Hundreds of drawing to his credit, the master pencil artist has no signs of slowing down. Striving to always get better with each task is what drives him. People are sometimes blown away by the optimum level of detail and can't believe he has actually drawn the masterpieces as recently as December 5th, 2008.