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  • 01:00

    2011 Gold Cup Review: USA Vs Guadeloupe

    in Sports

    Special one hour review show as the Northern Border War begins in the group stage of the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup when the USA Faces Guadeloupe at Livestrong Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kansas

  • 02:00

    Turbulent Times 4/13/15 episode 13 Part 2 - The Greatest Story Never Told

    in Current Events

    North and I's discussion of Adolf Hitler on the documentary The Greatest Story Never Told in episode 12 was a bit more involved than we'd originally thought.  Therefore, we'll discuss only the most important high points of the documentary, Hitler's life, and World War II. 

    And of course, we will briefly touch on Current Events happening in America and around the world in the first 15 minutes.

    We welcome you to join us by calling in or popping into the chat room at http://turbulenttimes.chatango.com with any questions you might have.

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    More to come and stay frosty,


    For our Canadian listeners and others whose country's have blocked the content of the documentary below is additional information for your consideration and a link to (1of27) videos.



    'Adolf Hitler - The Greatest Story NEVER Told' Parts 1-27 @TGSNTtv has been blocked from view on the following YouTube country site(s):

    France, Germany, Canada, Czech Republic, Poland, Israel, Italy, French Guiana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Wallis and Futuna, Austria, Switzerland.

  • 01:25

    Spring Fashion for Men with Woody Wilson, Plus, Cinco De Mayo & BBQ Grilling

    in Lifestyle

    Men's Fashion Guru Woody Wilson styles some of the flyiest men in Hollywood, including TV and Movie stars, such as Arsenio Hall, Anthony Anderson, Anthiony Robbins - and his big claim to fame -- he's the style expert who convinced comedian and talk show host Steve Harvey to change his style! Woody shares his fashion tips for men and boys and tells us the latest trends in Spring and Summer fashion. It'sa new season and time to dress for suceess and try something new.

    Plus, we learn the meaning behind the celebration - Cinco de Mayo -- with Guadeloupe Prado. 

    And, Tips on Barbequing on the grill with BBQ afficiaonado and award winner Ray Lampe

    I know you're busy today, so I want to make it easier to listen to the best parts of this weekend's "Sundays with Rolonda!" 

    At 15 Minutes in -- Men's Fashion Guru Woody Wilson talks about Spring and Summer styles for men and boys.

    42 Minutes in -- We celebrate Cinco de Mayo, learning it's origin and enjoying a lively conversation about the rich Latino culture.

    47 minutes in - BBQ & Grilling champ Ray Lampi shares tips.

    1:06:00 -- I give you my secret Oxtail recipe that you saw on Facebook - OOooo - so ROLONDALICIOUS!

    We had fun this weekend and I thank you all for listening, following, and supporting my show. Please share with your tribes and stay tuned! Enjoy!

    We had fun this weekend and I thank you all for listening, following, and supporting my show. Please share with your tribes and stay tuned! Enjoy!

    Please follow the show and tell your friends.

    Also follow me at www.facebook.com/rolondafanpage



  • 00:32


    in Religion

    Please join us today at noon as we pray for countries around the world...this week we are praying for the following countries GRENADA, GUADELOUPE, GUAM & GUATEMALA..Tha mandate must be carried out saints...God bless you as we tear down strong holds in these countries in the name of  JESUS.

  • 02:19

    Simply DANAE

    in Music

    Danae began her career at the tender age of four, performing in Cuban Television and Theatrical programs.  At age 18 she joined the band “Azucar”. Being a part of the Azucar allowed Danae to further flourish professionally, sharing her passion for music touring throughout Latin America and Europe .

    Danae has recorded a collection of songs for Tropical Album Filmax, Vale Music Star Disco, “Caribbean Vale Music”, Disco reggaetton Vale Music, a notable Spanish Record Label founded in the late 90’s with headquarters in Barcelona Spain. Vale Music became Universal Music Spain in 2011 and is one of the major record companies in Spain surpassing EMI in music sales. Danae also had the honor of performing with “SPS” An all-female Cuban group, touring in Mexico , Panama , Guatemala , Martinique, St. Martin , Guadeloupe, Germany, Turkey and finally Spain where she decided stay begin her solo career. 

     In 2006 Danae was the guest star on the National Tour of “LA BATUKA” She has also had the opportunity of collaborating and recording music with famous rapper DJ KUN.

    Now in Miami, Danae comes to keep the fire burning in the music world. Looking forward to new opportunities where she can realize her musical experiences of salsa, merengue, bachata, chachacha, cumbia, Spanish pop rock and more.


  • 01:00

    96 - USA 1-0 Guadeloupe & The Shot Heard 'Round the World

    in Soccer

    We review the USA's 1-0 win over Guadeloupe, which was good enough for the USA to advance from Gold Cup Group C, but not good enough to win it. Disaster or detour? We also look ahead to Sunday's quarter-final against Jamaica, review Team TSS's first game of the summer season and induct Paul Caligiuri into the 361 Hall of Fame.

  • 01:12

    Black Reconstruction 10.2.13

    in Politics Progressive

    LaShawn Allen-Muhammad
    Author Keith Clayton Holmes,
     Black Inventors, Crafting Over 200 Years of Success, highlights the work of Black inventors from over seventy countries. The author, Keith C. Holmes, has spent more than twenty years researching Black inventors from countries that include Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Canada, Cuba, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Ghana, Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, St. Vincent, South Africa, Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom and the United States. Without inventions, innovations, financial resources, materials, muscle and labor saving devices, civilizations cannot exist and flourish.
    This book documents a number of inventions, patents and labor saving devices conceived by Black inventors. Among many other inventions, pre-enslaved Africans, developed agricultural tools, building materials, medicinal herbs, cloth and weapons. Although historical documents emphasize that millions of Black people arrived in Canada, the Caribbean, Central and South America and the United States under slavery's yoke, it is relatively unknown that thousands of Africans and their descendants developed numerous labor-saving devices and inventions that spawned companies which generated money and jobs, worldwide. While most authors focus primarily on American and European inventors, Keith Holmes introduces inventions, both past and present, that Black people, developed and patented globally and multiculturally.

  • 00:20

    Joy Keys chats with French Singer FM Laeti

    in Music

    FM Laeti was born in Gaudeloupe. Her father was a drummer with Zouk music pioneers Kassav and her mother co-founded and ran a music school.
    Raised in a travelling musical family, through Guadeloupe, Vancouver, Chicago and Paris,.
    Laeti has found her own path from this rich, deep vein of soul music that she has inherited.
    As a child she listened to such luminaries as Nina Simone, Curtis Mayfield and particularly Otis Redding.
    Her approach, though steeped in the tradition of Stax and Motown, is modern and optimistic.
    There are also reminders of Eartha Kitt and Etta James in her repertoire.
    Her debut album is entitled, It Will All Come Around (Wagram Records).
    Laeti delivers brilliantly on first single “Rise In The Sun” a gorgeous bouncing slice of pop heaven.
    Also on the album, FM Laeti collaborates with Malawi vocalist Fatoumata Diawara  on the song "Coco."
    Rise In The Sun video: http://youtu.be/kK_OS_zpHTE
    Coco video: http://youtu.be/c30QKZlPWVI

  • 00:36

    Topically Yours - French actress Stana Roumillac

    in Entertainment

    Host Deardra Shuler invites French actress, Stana Roumillac, to talk about her role in the award winning film, "Elza," by filmmaker Mariette Monpierre.  Also, joining the discussion is Mist Theatre media consultant, Michelle Materre. A New York Times pick, "Elza" is presently being showcased at the brand new Mist Theatre, located at 46 West 116th Street in Harlem,  New York, until December 14th.
    A young french caribbean girl, Elza, raised in Paris, returns to her cultural home of Guadeloupe, where she seeks to find the father she never knew. The film depicts the plight of children whose father's desert them and who never look back to see how their abandonment affects their children. The filmmaker, Mariette Monpierre will join us later in the show to talk about the film's message.
    Actress Stana Roumillac appeared in La Femme Invisible, Brocelinnde, Belle la vie, Brigade navarro and Love Me 2030, etc.
    Michelle Materre earned a M.Ed in Educational Media from Boston College and has professional experience as a film producer, writer, and arts administrator. A distribution and marketing specialist, she is an Assistant Professor of Media Studies and Film and currently the Assoc. Dir. of The Bachelor’s Program where she has taught since 2001. In 2005, Michelle received The Distinguished University Teaching award.  A founding partner of KJM3 Entertainment Group, Inc., she directly managed the marketing and positioning of 23 films including the theatrical release of Julie Dash's film Daughters of the Dust.
    Watch the trailer @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGJl9djjAEA

  • 02:15

    Creatively SpeakingLive at the MIST Theatre Harlem NY11.25

    in Entertainment

    Hosts Michelle Materre and Aisha Karefa-Smart broadcasts live from the MIST Theatre enjoying the grand opening of The My Image Studio Theatre (MIST) in Harlem, NY and the premiere of the film Otelo Burning. MIST Harlem (My Image Studios) is New York City’s long-anticipated new cultural entertainment center that’s poised to become a leading showcase for independent black and Latino cinema. Designed by A. Jay Hibbs of Hibbs Architects in Wappingers Falls, New York, MIST Harlem boasts 20,000 square feet with three state-of-the-art theaters-two with 92-seats each and a third with 164 seats to present film, music, live spoken word, and theater from African and Latino Diaspora. The new venue also features a 130-seat restaurant named Harvist, a lobby bar, as well as an outdoor bar and dining area.
    OTELO BURNING also won the Golden Owl Audience Award for Best Film at Cinerama BC Brazil and Best South African Film at the Cape Winelands Film Festival.
    Based on true events, the story unfolds as three teenage friends – Otelo, New Year, and Mandla – look for an escape through a time of turmoil in the township of Lamontville, South Africa and discover freedom through the joy of surfing. Shot in picturesque Durban, OTELO BURNING is a strikingly dynamic portrait of hope and growth for a group of proud adolescents and a nation itself.
    The next film will be Elza. Elza is inspired by director Mariette Monpierre’s personal story of searching for her biological father in her native Guadeloupe. With a reported 50% of African American and Caribbean children estranged from their fathers, the issue that Monpierre addresses is a real one. In many cases, these communities have a history of slavery, while in others the father simply neglects his responsibilities. As the story unfolds, the deep-rooted
    ELZA presents a breathtaking look at the troubling hardships that lay beneath the sun-kissed Caribbean island.

  • 01:34


    in Entertainment

    CILLA K. is a producer, singer and songwriter based in New York. Her music brings Jazz, Alternative Rock, Hip Hop Soul and Funk music influences together. She was first noticed for her collaborations with Junius Bervine (early N.E.R.D team), Jneiro Jarel and for producing her debut album "Fine Line" released in April 2010. Born in the French Caribbean (Guadeloupe), Cilla was accepted by Sarah Lawrence College where she studied History. On her way to a casting call in Chelsea, she ran into David Pattillo, a producer/writer in Nyc, The 2 worked together over a period of 3 years, brought on board other artists such as Clay Sears and Mr. Khaliyl of 'Da Bush Babees'. Cilla K. also produced her 2nd album "New World Lullabies" released in February 2012, featuring collaborations with Chicago based producers Tensei, U.K producer Sid Mercutio. 
    Carmen Rodgers: The Bitter Suite, part-one of Carmen Rodgers’ newest project after a 5 yr Hiatus, was released worldwide Summer 2010 to critical-acclaim. On May 2, 2011 “The Bitter Suite – Deluxe Edition” released featuring 3 additional tracks including house remixes by International House DJ & Producer Salah Ananse. The New Year brought in several unique opportunities including an exclusive Indie artist feature on BET.com, Centric.com and Soul Train. Intermission, part-two of the sophomore project will drop Fall, 2012 which includes a duet with rising Soul Star, Anthony David. Singing background with various artists, including Stax recording artist N’Dambi, allowed her to develop a unique style. Owning and operating Candigirl Music with partner Michael Reimonenq of Acoustical Endeavors Ent. has given Carmen the ability to have free range in her creativity and business decisions. Fans can look forward to a sensational album fusing musicality, melody and lyrics.