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I am your host Candace D'Andrea bringing you on a journey inside the life of Punk Rock- Today we're Rockin' with The King Elvis!
Including where we were YESTERDAY, Where we are going TODAY, the coolest venues around.
Happening events TOMORROW-
Reminiscing where we were, what was happening Yesterday, covering the History of your favorite punk bands, nightclubs,
the happening scene from the 1980's, and bringing you up to date. Today find the best venues, current events happening
right now, live interviews and important music news-
Interact with the show,talk with me, ask questions, and promote your event. Call me in the studio (646) 478-3594,
have your voice heard, speak what's on your mind. You are invited to speak with full rein.
The oldest known records concerning combat techniques, hieroglyphic scrolls from Egyptian tombs date as far back as 4000 B.C. describing military training fights similar to boxing (Ngumi) and wrestling (Mkazo Ncha Shikana)." Making ancient Egypt or (Kemet) the first record of mixed martial arts and martial arts in gene eral and making martial arts a part of the curriculum of the Ancient Egyptian Mysteries. Herodotus the father of Greek history states, that long before Rameses II, ruled both Egypt and Ethiopia, perhaps as far back as 8000 B.C., boxing and wrestling was introduced to Egypt from Ethiopia. John Grombach "The Saga Of The Fist" A.S. Barnes and Co. Publishing. In the Beni Hasan Tombs of ancient Egypt, wall paintings show that the Egyptians knew virtually every hold practiced today and the wrestling is both of the upright and ground varieties. Should Black women learn more about combat training? Tune in to find out.
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With home values going up 27.5% since the housing crisis, some housing observers believe we could be in a housing bubble. I challenge that because there remains a very strong buyer demand trying to purchase a limited supply of homes for sale.
NOTE TO LISTENER: Each day, David Lykken produces a one-minute video, called “Today's Mortgage Minute” and it covers what happened with mortgage rates, housing and the economy and, time allowing, he will comment on what is on the economic calendar today that could move mortgage rates either up or down. This short podcast is the audio version of the daily video known as Today’s Mortgage Minute that appears on hundreds of radio, television and newspaper websites across the United States and can be seen by millions of consumers each month. David welcomes your feedback in the comment section below.
We have SO much to say that it's hard to know where to begin! Gabriela Martina starts our episode on 4/30 at one p.m. Eastern. Her new "No White Shoes" is getting incredible BUZZ - and she's a natural to star in our special Saturday edition of "Hybrid Jazz." Originally from Switzerland, Gabriela received an education in London - but also in her native city of Lucerne. There, she immersed herself in the multi-faceted music scene before heading to Berklee in Boston for more adventures. I must tell you that this amazing talent discovered her calling early in life, as she sang (and yodeled!) in her family's Swiss band. The experiences that she had at home paved the way for connections formed in the States - Gabriela has worked with some heavyweights - as diverse as Meshell Ndegeocello, Jack DeJohnette, and Angelique Kidjo. What a joy to introduce her to you!
Charmaine Clamor is no stranger - many moons ago, yours truly had the opportunity to interview her on "Cool Jazz Conversations." She is a remarkable woman from Subic-Zambales, in The Philippines. Her precious memories revolve around playing the piano while her Mom sang Filipino torch songs and beloved favorites from America. Passion intact, Charmaine made her way to Southern California with a dream of singing and uplifting her country. Somewhere along the way, she ALSO got a Masters degree in Physical Therapy! This "Queen of Jazzipino" has had a handful of albums that have garnered her rave reviews - and we might get some news about an upcoming project when she visits.
In the mix, too, for this glorious gathering for global Jazz: a giveaway! Gregory Porter's new CD before it's released :) "Take Me to the Alley" - autographed - can be yours! All you have to do is LISTEN and you might be the winner! See you in The Chat Room on 4/30!
In this episode of Pot Talk Radio we share the story of the Rudd family regarding CPS & Marijuana.
On Sept. 27, 2015, Baby Peter was stolen at seven days old out of the hospital by CPS using lies and illegal tactics!!! My live in fiance is a qualified preschool teacher Title 22 infant first aide and cpr certified, who has internshipped teaching toddlers with severe Autism. She is one year away from finishing her Bachelor's degree in Special Education to teach K-3, and is a full time student online who is well trained in Early child development and attends a private Christian University. I myself, worked for about 5 years for the school district as a classroom aide for preschoolers with moderate to severe special needs, and I am also educated in Early Child Development. I work two jobs, and when my wife starts teaching Elementary School, then I will go back to college full time while she works and I stay home with the baby.
We wanted a child forever, and finally, God blessed me with a son. CPS took him right out of the hospital. They asked me to interview saying that I could not see my baby unless I complied, so I complied. They did a swab test, it was inconclusive on cannabinoids, meaning it did not say one way or the other if I had used them. I had a prescription for legal medical use for permanent hard to treat pain caused by a near death auto injury years back that broke my jaw in half and off both hinges and caused pain in my spine.
April 30tth 2016 =
A New Way Of Being hosted by Avatar Galextra.
An Avatar's fight to stop injustices to herself and her family who have been abused and attacked by the powers that be in canada, even going as far as harassing and gangstalking her and her small family in her own home.
The African People are also being Targeted and abused by the powers that be , going as far as using them against each other, as well as using them against the avatar as a tool to persecute her and her family
Dr. Sebastian Gorka is one of the leading authorities on national security, irregular warfare, and democratization. He is also the author of an amazing new book "Defeating Jihad, The Winnable War." This week he joins me live to talk about how we got here, and how to defeat global Jihad. Ray Stevens and Victoria Jackson recently won an award for their movie "Camping Buddies." They both recently sat down to discuss the movie, and we all enjoyed a few laughs. Of course we'll have our weekly Vet's in the Fight segment, and all the latest political news as well. Tune in Saturday at Noon ET, or listen to the archive at your convenience here.
The Don Smith Show “where it’s ok to be a conservative,” brings you the most in-depth coverage of all the latest political news. While the liberal media currently dominates the airwaves, now there's an alternative. Listen to The Don Smith Show every Saturday at Noon ET to hear great interviews with people like Donald Trump, Ted Nugent, Dinesh D'Souza, Col. Allen West, Charlie Daniels, Gov. Scott Walker, Dr. Ben Carson, Chuck Woolery, Ben Shapiro, Jon Voight, Deneen Borelli, NRA President Jim Porter, Victoria Jackson, and many more leading conservative voices.
Don Smith is a veteran of the US Navy, today he hosts the "Don Smith Show" every Saturday at Noon ET. He is also the President of ACS Public Relations firm, handling some of the top conservative personalities in America. Tune in every Saturday at Noon ET for all the latest conservative news.
• Businesses owned by immigrants have an average
sales level of $435,000, roughly 70 percent of the
average sales level of non-immigrant firms.
• Immigrant-owned businesses are slightly more
likely to hire employees than are non-immigrant-
owned firms; however, they tend to hire fewer
employees on average.
• Immigrant-owned businesses are more likely to
export their goods and services. Among immi-
grant businesses, 7.1 percent export compared
with only 4.4 percent for non-immigrant busi-
• Entrepreneurship increases with maturity, and
married people are more likely to start a business.
• More generally, there is a U-shaped relation-
ship between entrepreneurship and education.
Entrepreneurship rates are lower for high school
graduates than for high school dropouts, but
entrepreneurship rates are similar between those
with some college and high school graduates.
College graduates have higher rates of entrepre-
neurship, and those with graduate degrees have
the highest rates of entrepreneurship.
• Among immigrants, 52.1 percent owned a home
compared with 70.8 percent of non-immigrants.
Hosted By Bryan Bienemy(@BryanTNR), Shots Fired is a show dedicated to giving you a different brand of sports talk. It's the chance to hear the real, raw & uncut truth about your favorite sports teams; not the watered down version sports talk you get anywhere else. This is the most interactive sports show on radio. You have an opinion,you want it to be heard, & most importantly,you want to hear it from a person not afraid to tell it,like it is! Welcome,you have now found your new home for sports talk. On Shots Fired,you'll get the absolute truth on sports, entertainment,& whatever other topics I take aim at. . To call in during the show, Call 619.393.6479 ~ www.wtxgtalkradio.com Follow Us On Twitter At WTXG_Talk_Radio. You Can Download The TuneIn App To Listen To Replays Of The Show & To Music From Unsigned Artist 24/7
Will Marling, D.Min. is the Interim Senior Director for Operations and Programs atVTV Family Outreach Foundation explains the 32 National Campus Safety Initiative™ (32 NCSI™). It is a landmark program of the VTV Family Outreach Foundation that empowers college and university campus communities to make more informed decisions about campus safety.
Developed by a team of leading experts, this free self-assessment survey tool is presently available to institutions of higher education. Colleges and universities can use the survey to conduct an objective analysis of a full range of institutional safety and security facilities, policies and procedures.