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TOC RADIO Sunday, September 13, 2015 @ 6 pm
TOC 14 Fighter Interview with TOC 14 Fighter Mikey Furnier.
This broadcast is brought to you by Southern Tire & Muffler in Wytheville, VA
TITANS OF THE CAGE #14, will come to you "LIVE" from the BLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (old Bland HS) in Bland, VA on Saturday, September 19th. Current Champion Keith Goines of Team SWMA won the belt in June and now he makes his first title defense against the always tough veteran of the cage, Mikey Furnier of Portsmouth, Ohio.
Also known as "chocolate drop", Furnier always comes to fight and hopes to dethrone Goines and take home the TOC cruiserweight belt. The card will feature 4 Big Title bouts and will also feature some of the best amateur fighters in the area and throughout our region. Make plans to come out and support all of the fighters as they test their skills inside the TOC octagon.
SAT. September 19th
Bland Elementary School • Bland, VA
For Online Tickets & Event Information ? www.titansofthecage.com
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Rico Racosky will interview intervew Dan Spivey.
Daniel Eugene "Dan" Spivey is a retired American professional wrestler who worked for World Championship Wrestling, the World Wrestling Federation, and All Japan Pro Wrestling between 1984 and 1995.
Tipping Point hosted by Stephen Platinum, Rachael Freeman and Larry Goodman featured an intervew with Tyson Dean, former holder of multiple NWA titles, and the crew discussed their picks for the leading candidates for the 2015 Georgia wrestling awards, plus the return of Eric Embry's Movie Review of the Week.
Producer and Keyboardist Jason Carroll and Trumpeter Isaac Byrd, Jr., joins us to talk about their new project Silky & Smooth. Formed by Jason and Isaac, Silky & Smooth is a collaboration that features the likes of Jeff Gaeth, Nathan Woodward, David P. Stevens, and Charlie Duran. With a lineup as versatile as this, the sound is as unique as smooth jazz gets. Though Carroll produced all of the songs on the album, Silky & Smooth has enough diversity from song to song to satisfy just about any smooth jazz lover's craving for tasteful music.
William A. Jacobson is Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell Law School, as well as a graduate of Harvard Law. In 2008 he founded LegalInsurrection.com which almost instantly became one of the most popular conservative websites on the Internet, and in 2012 he founded a sister site, CollegeInsurrection.com
Jeff Bell’s long career has taken him from the front lines of the Viet Nam war to working with Presidents Nixon and Reagan. He has been published in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Weekly Standard, National Review, and various other outlets, and is the author of two books, including The Case for Polarized Politics: Why America Needs Social Conservatism. He is currently the Republican nominee to the US Senate, and his campaign can be followed on bell2014.com.
Today I will be speaking with actor/model Kevin McGaffey about his upcoming movie, "Into the Storm" The movie will be set to propel into theaters August 8, 2014! What you may not know about the movie is that it was filmed right here in metro Detroit, specifically in Pontiac. Into the Storm" is as close to a real tornado as most of us would ever want to get. Its effects are so spectacular that it makes "Twister" look like "The Wizard of Oz."
In anticipation of the season premiere of Friday Night Tykes on the Esquire Network, we replay a Crossroads intervew with play-by-play announcer Kennie Long of TYFA Radio, which is featured on the show that sparked controversy and debate about youth sports from all over the United States.
We talk to Kennie about some of the things that you didn't get to see on the show, his advice for people who want to be a sportscaster, and what TYFA Radio means to him, among other subjects.
Crossroads spotslights different media persaonlities from around the nation, and gives us their blueprint on how they went from Point A to Point B, and whether they turned left or right in the course of their careers. Crossroads is an original program of the King James Radio Network.
How it is Doing
This week's surgeon is Shana Burton author of fictional novels such as Suddenly Sngle, First Comes Love, Catt Chasin, and countless others.
Jurneywith Tabitha Vinson as she intervew Burton about her latest release Flawbulous.
About the Book
Has there ever been a time when you did the one thing you swore you’d never do?
For fabulously flawed friends Lawson, Sullivan, Kina, Angel, and Reginell, that time is now! When Lawson is pushed against the wall, she fights back by betraying those closest to her. A split decision changes Sullivan’s fate and family dynamics forever. Kina is searching for love again but finds it in all the wrong places. Happiness is finally within Angel’s reach, but another woman may cause it to slip through her fingers once again. Reginell has made her share of mistakes in the past, but she never thought trusting her sister would be one of them until now. All of the lies, drama, love, fights, and prayers have led to this moment. Join the ladies for one last ride in this critically-acclaimed book series!
Kevin Thomas, Founder of Thomas Program Development (TPD), is a Certified Substance Abuse Prevention Consultant (CSAP) and Certified Gang Specialist.
Utilizing his fifteen years of experience working with young people, his education, his life experience, and his extreme enthusiasm, Kevin welcomes the role of working with at-risk youth populations.
He establishes rapport with his honest and respectful attitude. He is responsible, well written, and mindful of the value of collaboration, as well as both positive and energetic regarding prevention practices.
Kevin's passion for working with youth and his commitment to bettering communities has lead him to establish TPD. His passion led him to working with individuals and organizations to develop innovative and effective programming for youth and challenging communities. His unique experience has given him the opportunity to build, oversee, and implement youth programs ranging from after schools, drug prevention, gang prevention and diversion.
When asked what has motivated him through his struggles, he stated, his mothers tears. He lives by his favorite quote; “without struggle there is no progress” -Frederick Douglass