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  • 00:58

    Kiler Davenport Live: Interview with Ashley Barron

    in Country Music

    With a love of all things country infused in her bones, Ashley Barron is giving country music a generous dose of her signature, adventurous spirit.

                A true American, Barron is the face of authentic country music. A patriotic, God-loving country girl, Barron isn’t afraid to let her true self shine. Whether she is shopping, camping, shooting, or hunting, Barron is all about spontaneity and finding adventure in life anyway she can.

    Describing herself as an old soul, Barron is fully attuned to her past and the way it has shaped her life today. A diverse mix of Native American, English, Irish, Norwegian, and German ancestry, Barron is strongly committed to her family. Barron is the youngest of four children, and she’s very grateful for the lessons she has learned from her older siblings. Her family is very close-knit, and no one ever misses the annual houseboat trip on the lake. With their mutual love of the mountains, water, sports, and all things outdoors, it’s no wonder the annual trip is a favorite among family members even after all these years.

    God’s latest blessing in Barron’s life is the release of her new single, “It Might Get Loud.” Already making waves on iTunes, listeners are loving her song, calling it “fun and catchy.”

    Barron blends all of her life experiences together into her music, bravely giving the world a glimpse into her soul – her down-to-earth, passionate, giving soul.

  • 01:01

    Blogger Chaz Stevens and Activist Fane Lozman

    in Politics

    Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Chaz Stevens and Fane Lozman to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Broward-based blogger Chaz Stevens starts out the hour. No stranger to the show, Mr. Stevens recently grabbed the spotlight by getting permission to erect a Festivus Pole in Florida's Capitol rotunda during the 2013 Holiday season. We'll find out more about that as well as his other pursuits, including some complaints filed against State Senator Maria Sachs. At the 12:30 mark, Fane Lozman will be joining us. He is also a previous guest on the show. You might recall that Mr. Lozman took a case to the Supreme Court related to the City of Riviera Beach's seizure of his houseboat - which he won. He is still in a legal sparring match with the city and he will bring us up-to-date on those goings-on.

  • 00:16

    Flip Turn: Story # 6 from Music for the Dream--Seven Short Stories

    in Books

    Blessine and Brick contemplate buying a houseboat to simplify their lifestyle. What lurks beneath the surface of this decision?

  • 01:00

    Fane Lozman, Corruption Fighting Activist

    in Politics

    Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Fane Lozman to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios.  As described on his website, his story is of a persistent and tenacious underdog who fought against the city of Riviera Beach's seizure of 2200 homes and businesses in 2006 only to see that same government arrest and destroy his floating home three years later, for an alleged failure to pay one month’s rent at the marina. Fane Lozman did not give up but continued the improbable climb from a county court eviction case to the US Supreme Court - where he won on a 7-2 decision.  

  • 01:00

    Deans List Live from Houseboat on the Savannah River

    in Music

    Host Dean from Vox Inertia, discussions, requests, humor, winner of free cd, callers, and music from Vox Inertia

  • 02:01

    Whirl With Merle

    in Travel

    I'm in Syracuse, New York in the Presidential Suite of the Jefferson Clinton Hotel. I visited the town of Newark where I first went to the Arcadia Historic Museum and then the canal. John Zornow tells us all and meeting with the mayor. Huge houseboat taken down the canal by Bob Stivers of Stivers Seneca Marina. Then, Kimberlee Meeks owner of Vintage Gardens Bed and Breakfast

  • 01:00

    A Conversation with Paul Petersen

    in Lifestyle

    Child star, pop singer, writer, spokesman and child rights activist Paul Petersen has many talents. A good chunk of America watched Paul grow up on “The Donna Reed Show” from age 12 to 20 (1958-1966) every Thursday night playing Jeff Stone. Before the Donna Reed Show, he performed in national commercials, gradually moving to more important roles and by 1957 he co-starred in the much-loved “Houseboat” with Cary Grant and Sophia Loren. After the eight years on The Donna Reed Show he worked on a string of movies and television but each year the work grew less and less. There is little room in Hollywood for “former kid stars.” He made the move back to Connecticut and began a new adventure. Simon & Schuster gave him a chance to prove himself as a writer, and after 16 published books, he considers himself an author…when he's not being an advocate for working children everywhere they labor. A Minor Consideration- his not-for-profit organization actually began as a book, but the needs of the kids he grew up with and admired soon showed him that it was more important to actually DO something about the problems rather than just collect and record the stories. A partial list of the accomplishments of AMC can be found on the website, www.minorcon.org. Paul is currently the AFTRA Chair of the Young Performers Committee and a credentialed Delegate at the United Nations for the World Safety Organization. Amazingly, Paul Petersen is the guest caller on June 3, 2010 at noon Est. He will be talking with co-hosts Dori DeCarlo, Debbie Barth and Linda Alexander. The link to the website and chat room is http://www.blogtalkradio.com/threewisegirls and the call in number is 347.994.3835. Join us and be part of the conversation.