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Did you miss us? The show was dark for two weeks, but we're back! Join us for great conversations and book giveaways as we talk with:
Rachel Pastan on Alena
Diane Jacobs on Dear Abigail: The Intimate Lives and Revolutionary Ideas of Abigail Adams and Her Two Remarkable Sisters
Rene Denfeld on The Enchantments
Isla Morley on Above
Listen to the show air live at 8 pm Monday, March 31, or stream later from our on-demand archives. The Literary New England Radio Show can also be downloaded as a podcast from iTunes.
Please Join Jason Wade Taylor/Randy Hahn LIVE tonight at 10pm EST For HAHN AMERICA RADIO right here on hahnamerica.com Radio for the hardest hitting, over the top Conservative Radio on the web.
Ex-SCGOP official arrested on domestic violence charge
Todd Kincannon, a former executive director of the S.C. Republican Party, was arrested Monday night on a charge of criminal domestic violence, according to the Lexington County Sheriff's Department. Kincannon's bond was set at $5,000 in a hearing this morning, and he was ordered not to contact his wife or return to her residence.
A spokesman says the Sheriff's Department arrested Kincannon on a warrant in connection with a previous incident that took place at Kincannon's Columbia home on the night of March 26. On that night, Kincannon's wife, Ashely Griffith, reportedly told a responding officer that Kincannon had grabbed her arm and threatened to drive their car into a concrete barrier. She also reportedly said that she and Kincannon had "a history of unreported domestic violence" and that she had "past incidents of domestic violence and threats of homicide/suicide recorded."
Kincannon lived a second life as a Twitter troll. Employing what he described as "purely satire, some self-parody," Kincannon called Trayvon Martin a "feral animal posing as human," joked about how transgender people should be "put in a camp," and wrote of the May 2014 Isla Vista shootings, "No idea how my son will die, but I know it won't be cowering like a bitch at UC Santa Barbara."
The interview of former wwe superstar Val Venis aka Sean Morley.Val Venis was two time intercontinental Champion,wwe european champion,wweworld tag team champions with Lance storm and CMLL mexico world champion.He's been with WWE from 1998-2009.He was apart of the attitude era.Will talk to him about his wwe run,prono character,right to censor gimmick,TNA,Ken and Ryan Shamrock.Also get into the marijuana debate in the United States.Hosted by Wayne Benitez, and Tommy 2 Chips.
Documentry filmmaker Jill Morley documented her journey into boxing and tells stories of the many female pugilists she encounters along the way in the award winning documentry "Fight Like a Girl".
Morley’s story of abuse and depression is the main focus of the movie, which proves fighting is not only a physical game but a mental one as well. Each fighter including Morely must not only fight opponents and fatigue; they also must overcome doubt, heartbreak, and past traumas.
Among them, a boxer looking to snap a losing streak (Kim Tomes), one on the rise in the sport but fighting ageism (Susan Merlucci), and an undefeated pro recovering from mental stumbling blocks as she seeks gold (Maureen Shea).
We will talk to Morley about the film, and the reaction she has been getting from fans and fellow boxers.
The Wake Up Mission Radio Show Hosts Chelene Nightingale and Randy Dees welcome back Christopher Vincent Gonzales.
Christopher is a published author,his book Wake Up: Poverty Inspires Me is set to be released on Februrary 10,2015.His book will be available for purchase from the publisher as well as several outlets.
Christopher is also an Independent Business Owner with Wealth Generators and part of The Wake Up Mission Team.He is also the father of three children.
Hunter Murphy is a writer from Alabama. He studied at some first-rate schools in the Southeast, including Sewanee and the University of Alabama. Some of his literary heroes include P.G. Wodehouse, Eudora Welty, Christopher Morley, Eugene Walter, and Agatha Christie. He's a fan of good storytelling, no matter the medium. He likes to sit on the back porch and listen to his English bulldog discussing literature and telling jokes. Imogene in New Orleans is the first in a mystery series featuring Imogene, the boys, and Goose.
Join us on Friday, Jan. 9 at 10 a.m. when Record Talk Radio will feature an interview with Bergen County Freeholder Steve Tanelli.
Tanelli, a North Arlington Democrat who was elected vice-chairman of the freeholder board this week, will talk about the county parks system, the 2015 budget and his plans to run for a second three-year term.
Our guests also will include Record business reporters Kathleen Lynn and Hugh Morley, who will discuss their stories this week about Mercedes-Benz leaving it's corporate offices in Montvale and relocating to Atlanta, Georgia.
Joining us for a discussion about the newly formed Panache Endurance Elite Team are Mick Walsh, Colin Stokes, Wayne Dowd, Joan Deitchman, Adam Morley, Sarah Cooper, Vicki Ford, Jill Robinson, Jodie Lawston and Carol Pope. The team is excited about our newly forming ultra team competition in which the burden of one rider traveling across the country to earn points is removed by team members earning points at selected events. Our goal is to increase participation and be not only strong racers but true ambassadors of our sport.
Here's EdNET* Insider #3 about the Common Core State Standards and their impact on companies that sell products and services to K-12 schools. Host Glen McCandless, joins Saul Hafenbredl of C Blohm and Associates to ask senior managers at the EdNET 2014 conference important questions about strategies you need to consider now. Hear from SETDA's Geoff Fletcher, Lillian Kellogg, VP at Education Networks of America, consultant, Dan Caton (former president at McGraw Hill), Randy Jennings president of Educational Technology Partners and Jieun Choe + Mike Morley, from Triumph Learning. Get expert education marketing and K-12 sales insight!
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My guest on the Author Chat show is author Dwight Slaughter. Dwight will be chatting with me about his new book, Inner City Strength-The Last Unknown Name Slaughter
About the book:
If you fall down get up and finish. Dwight Slaughter graduated from Verbum Dei High School, a school with one of the top 10 winning basketball teams of all time. While at Verbum Dei High School Dwight was voted number one player in the Country in 1972 by different sports magazines. He then went on to further his education and play basketball at Cal State Los Angeles from 1972 to 1976-a period that would set a precedent with new laws changing how colleges accept athletes. During his athletic career, Slaughter was interviewed by such greats as Howard Cosell, on his show SportsBeat and in his book, I Never Played the Game; Morley Safer from 60 Minutes; and John Chancellor from World Nightly News. He was voted by ESPN and Sports Illustrated as one of the top 100 basketball players in the State of California. As a child, Slaughter relied on basketball to build his self-esteem and relieve the stress of mental and physical abuse. His gripping memoir follows his public career and takes the reader inside his personal life as well-into a childhood of abuse, betrayal...even murder.