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THE MEASURE OF LIFE...we can control the length of our life, but we can control the quality, depth and width.
Age 30...Twinkling & Thriving...ze form is changing.
Age 40...Flashy & Flirting...mid-age crisis for men and women.
Age 50...Hey, you're a survivor but are you 50 and fabulous or 50 and feeble. At this age most worry less about what people think.
Age 60...Sexy & Sizzling.
Age 70...Simply Sensational.
Age 80...Endearing & Enchanting.
Age 90...an icon who got and gets it right.
Diverse views on aging...etc.
Never lie about your age...etc.
Embrace the GOLD standard...etc.
Since July generally hosts LBGTQ Pride events through the country, The Final Word Podcast will be re-addressing pivotal issues and moments throughout our history.
Too often we go about our lives as a community and do not realize the struggles and hardships overcome by the pillars of our LGBTQ community. Tonight we celebrate the lives and accomplishments of three such icons: Harvery Milk, the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California, Marsha P. Johnson, a transgender righst activist and popular figure in NYC gay scene and lastly Sylvester, an American disco and soul singer-songwriter. Join us as we hear their story their own words, accounts from friends, family and fans and through their music.
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REGGAE MUSIC Celebrity Link-Celebrating The Reggae Icons THE HEPTONES
The Heptones are a Jamaican rocksteady and reggae vocal trio most active in the 1960s and early 1970s. They were one of the more significant trios of that era, and played a major role in the gradual transition between ska and rocksteady with their three-part harmonies.
Leroy Sibbles, Earl Morgan and Barry Llewellyn first came together as "The Hep Ones" in 1965 in Kingston but they soon changed their name to "The Heptones". The name was chosen by Morgan after seeing a Heptones Tonic bottle lying in a pile of refuse.
The Heptones recorded for major Jamaican record producers at the time. They began their career, after one unsuccessful single. for Ken Lack's "K Calnek" label, under the watchful eye of Coxsone Dodd of Studio One. The Heptones had a number of Jamaican hits for Studio One, beginning with "Fattie Fattie", their first Studio One single in 1966. This began a long run of success for Coxsone, including "Pretty Looks Isn't All", "Get In The Groove", "Be a Man", "Sea of Love" (a cover of the Phil Phillips and the Twilights doo-wop classic), "Ting a Ling", "Party Time" and "I Hold the Handle." They were the chief rivals to The Techniques, who recorded for Arthur "Duke" Reid, as the top vocal act of the rocksteady era.#reggae #reggaebillboardchart #nowplaying
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In the wake of Justin Timberlakes new release we must let it be known you can never take MJ's place? Why do we let these people think it is alright to use our Icons? Why are we not encouraging originality?
It's the end of the year, parents! The crazy races to the tuxedo, dress, barber and beauty shops are over..our babies have just earned their pass into the Lobby of Hotel Real World...and they have already switched their tassel positions and threw their caps in the air. Now we are here to celebrate them on a deeper level. Graduates of the world...we salute you. African-American graduates of the world, we welcome you, we salute you, and now let's introduce you to the world as accountants, lawyers, doctors and teachers of the future. Your achivements and dedication is the state of our future.
Join us tonight at our special time--9:30 pm EST to salute these leaders. Call in at 347-327-9967.
Nicki Minaj is in the media for what is being referred to as a disrespectful use of the legendary Malcolm X's iconic photo in a contorversial video. A Queens elemntary school has attempted to ban its tudents from using Malcolm X as a subject for a Black History month project. We have already touched on Jay-Z's controversial dealings with a blatantly racist department store, and now Beyonce has been scrutinzed for her performance at the Grammy's after years of being conditioned by the entertainment industry to put forth a super-sexual image to capture an audience. Taking into account all of our concerns with outside obstacles, have our African-American success icons been conditioned to be the biggest weapon of destruction to our community?
Leslie Eastman and Barry Jacobsen join me for a look back at great couples in history.
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Olympian Dee Dee Trotter
Guest: 3-Time Olympian Dee Dee Trotter
Dee Dee Trotter is a former NCAA national champion in the 400m, and competed in the 2004, 2008, and 2012 Summer Olympics. There, she was a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the 4x400m relay (2004 and 2012), in addition to a bronze medalist in the 2012 400m event. She place 5th in the same event in 2004. Trotter is also a fitness model and the founder of Test Me I'm Clean, a non-profit that advocates for drug-free athletics.
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Join Marie to discuss books, e-publishing, indie authors, independent best selling books, Second Life events and share original short stories. What's on your reading list? What's your favorite book? Do you have a favorite author you can't get enough of? We welcome calls from listeners and want to hear from you. If you enjoy the segment, follow the show on BTR to get notices.
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