• 02:00

    I was just thinking...Black History Month 2015

    in Education

    Here we are in the middle of February and this month thanks to Carter G. Woodson has grown from his original vision of a week of celebration to a month with a lead-in of the birthdays of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. 


    We will also listen to a interpretation of the speaches of Marcus Garvey recount the problems, abilities and acomplishments of our people.


    Now, I want to take a pause here because we need to see what happened his parents were ex-enslaved and in one generation, like many of our families rose to the heights of education from our past of enslavement. Either we were entirely lucky or we had superior intelligence that could not be crushed to the ground even after 400 years of slavery.  How was it possible for our people to have an abundance of scholarship come out to such a heinous crime?


    Before our enslavement we were nation builders, architects, well versed in animal husbandry and astronomy and farming. We were irons workers and black smiths, teachers and griots brought to America [a land we had traveled and settled colonies before Columbus] to return to cultivate and build a land for those Europeans who desired to be kings and gentry of the so-called New World.  


    Come take a listen or join in the conversation:


    661-467-2407 and press #1 to talk to me.


    Friday, Feb 13, 2015 @ 5pm pacific tiem and 8pm eastern time.


     


    Black History is World History


     

  • 00:47

    Romance on Screen and Page for Valentine's Day

    in Movies

    Filmmaker Misha Zubarev and publisher Denise Cassino discuss It Had To Be Us and the movies reviewed in this award-winning romantic memoir, which is now in the early stages of movie development. A Valentine book-giveaway drawing will also be included. Among the films scheduled to be covered are: THE FOUNTAIN; MOULIN ROUGE; TRISTAN & ISOLDE; ORIGINAL SIN; UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN; RETURN TO ME; and MUSIC & LYRICS. 


    Misha, who created the Sizzle Reel for It Had To Be Us, has been involved  in various capacities on such movies and TV shows as: 18 and Out; Four Funny Families; The Wisdom Tree; Loneliness; Annapolis; Shooter; Synecdoche, New York; About Angels.


    Denise heads up Long Story Short Publishing, the company that published the extended Kindle version of It Had To Be Us. She’s also an avid movie fan with many other irons in the fire, including Wizardly Web Designs and Bestseller Services. 


     


      

  • 00:46

    Joe Franklin Memorial

    in Film

    This week on The John Link SHow we will pay tribute to the late And legnedary Joe Franklin, who passed away recently on January 24th. Special guests will include Henry Irons and Scream Queen actress Debbie Dutch.

  • 00:57

    Remove the Shackles and Help Kids Succeed

    in Legal

    Many people are unaware that teens and preteens can be brought from detention and correctional facilities to juvenile court in leg irons, belly chains and handcuffs, often even before a youth is charged with any wrongdoing. The practice of shackling rarely occurs with adults in criminal court, but is a common sight in juvenile courts across the country and its use is frequently unrelated to any identified safety or flight risks. Shackling interferes with due process and increases poor outcomes for youth. Numerous jurisdictions have successfully reduced or stopped the use of shackles without increasing risk to their communities. On this episode of Spotlight on Youth, guests will discuss why shackling is harmful, explain the national movement that exists to end the indiscriminate practice, and share their efforts and experiences in changing the norm for kids in juvenile court. 

    Guests:
    Judge Jay D. Blitzman, First Justice-Massachusetts Juvenile Court, Middlesex Division
    John D. Elliott, Private Attorney, Columbia, SC
    David A. Shapiro, Campaign Manager, Campaign Against Indiscriminate Juvenile Shackling, National Juvenile Defender Center

  • 02:04

    Not Yo Mommas Radio Show Returns with special guest Zach Gowen and Gregory Irons

    in Wrestling

    Get ready for "Not Yo Mommas Radio Show" on the Pipebomb Radio Network TONIGHT (8pm EST/ 7pm CST / 5pm PST) hosted by former WWE Superstars of the groundbreaking tag team of Men on a Mission, Oscar and Mo with Dreami Mimi.This week Oscar, Mimi, and Sir Mo return from their Holiday break with special guests former wwe superstar Zach Gowen and wrestling superstar Gregory Irons. One thing is for sure, when Oscar and Mo are on together... the cannons will be set to fire and opinions will soar as "Not Yo Mommas Radio Show" takes over the Pipebomb Radio Network!

  • Heart to Heart Talk Radio with Daniel Scranton - Special Guest: Rachel Archelaus

    in Spirituality

    Join me and my guest Rachel Archelaus for an hour or two this Monday night (Jan. 5th) at 7:30PM Pacific/10:30PM Eastern. Rachel is a psychic, artist, and a business coach for lightworkers. We'll be talking about all the irons she has in the fire, her journey, and much more! Join us! I'm sure Rachel will deliver psychic readings to the callers with questions too :). Call 347.308.8788 to listen and/or ask a question. Rachel's website is: http://sephyrus.com. Mine is: http://danielscranton.com.

  • 01:20

    Refreshing Waters Ministries Brad Irons

    in Christianity

    Join Dr. Teresa Graham as she talks with Hurst Texas's lates christian singer/songwriter Brad Irons> Brad is a christian singer and song writer with an acoustic sound that touches audiences of all ages, creeds and color. Please tune in at 7:00PM (CST). & 8:00PM (EST). The number to call into the show is: 516-531-9244. Pease share the show with your social meadi family and friends. Have a blessed day!

  • 03:00

    The Big Perm Show #38 - DJ McFly, C-Note, Justin Glawe & Scott Jacobs Jr.

    in Entertainment

    Joining us this this Sunday night at 8:15pm CST will be the host of 40 oz. Talk Radio, DJ McFly !! McFly has a new show on Tuesday nites streaming right here on blogtalkradio.com. We'll catch up with him to hear all about his new show and a whole lot more!

    Rolling right along, at 8:45pm CST we'll hear from " C-Note " of  Too White Crew! Too White Crew plays Crusen's II on Dec. 6, 2014. Time to get hyped for the show!

    Then at 9:30pm it's " The Marty Monologues: Kinda Like The Vagina Monologues But With A Real Dick. " featuring Marty Wombacher of MeanWhileBackInPeoria.com. Each week Marty joins us and lays upon us the linguistic stylings and knowledge that can only come from years of great experience!

    At 10pm CST we catch up with freelance journalist and friend of the show, Justin Glawe. Justin was recently in Ferguson, MO documenting the civil unrest and posting reports for The Daily Beast. We'll get Justin's first hand perspective and see what other irons he has in the fire.

    As the trainwreck rolls on, we'll talk with another former guest, Mr. Scott Jacobs Jr.. Scott will join our discussion on Ferguson and provide some social commentary on the issue.

    This is one show you DO NOT want to miss ! The madness starts at 8pm CST!

  • 00:44

    Wielding the Sword of the Spirit - with author Regina Benjamin Steiger

    in Religion

    I'll be chatting with Regina about her new book, It's not gas; It's GOD.  Regina has some other irons in the fire of the kingdom of God as well that we'll discuss. Regina is an Emmy award-winning documentary and show producer who was involved with nationally syndicated shows "Health Matters", "Nightly Business Report" and "Club Connect". Check out Regina's website at http://the-hand-of-god.com/

  • 01:54

    Up the Irons!!! Lets Talk Maiden

    in Rock Music

    And on the 7th Day God Said Let there be ...IRON MAIDEN!!!! I have monitoring facebook and I noticed some conversations about best Maiden album of all time. This my Friends, is right up my alley. Besides that, lets talk about the First time you heard Maiden, Concert experiences, etc. From someone  who is a card carrying member of the Iron Maiden fan club this is gonna rock. Besides all the Maiden talk I will talk about the disappointing Football Sunday in New York. and the rest of the NFL GAMES. Also we can talk about The unofficial end to the Yankees season and of Course The Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson sagas will continue to dominate the airwaves. WOW! all of this in 2 Hours? Well folks this might be the best entaiment value for your buck (its free!!).


    Make sure you tune in to bLogtalkradio.com and search Tom Florio Hard Rock N sports to listen or call in. 


    Keep on Rockin and Up the Irons


     

  • 02:50

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Brothers in Pen(itentiary)

    in Art

    Brothers in Pen is the collective name of the writers included in the fiction and memoir anthologies of the Wednesday Night Creative Writing Class at San Quentin State Prison. The Prison Arts Project has been featured in the Bay Area Now7 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street, in San Francisco, 6-7 p.m. It is a free event. Joining us on the air are members of Brothers in Pen with facilitator, Zoe Mullery: Ernie Laszlo, Henry Montgomery, Talib Brooks, Carl Irons & Jerry Elster. José Navarrete speaks about The Anastacio Project: Stories of Immigration, Border Violence, Resistance and Hope, having its world premiere Sept. 19-21, 8 p.m. nightly, at EastSide Arts Alliance Cultural Center, 2277 International Blvd. in Oakland. Navarrete’s NAKA Dance Theater, in a multidisciplinary performance investigating race relations, state brutality and border violence. Combining interactive video and sound, a large-format mural, spoken word and dance. Dam/aged, the Musical is a theatrical performance that intentionally addresses the harsh realities or urban blight that exist in communities of color across America. Social issues that include prostitution, gang violence, substance abuse, domestic violence, and absent fathers, are weaved into an abstract multimedia musical to explore the struggles of several young people as they attempt to rise above the social inequities that have traditionally plagued communities of color. We speak to playwright & actor, Bronche Tayson (Jeremiah), and actors:Deaunte Imani White (Ivan; he’s choreographer too), Donna Marie (Michelle Oday), Denmark Gatewood (Tremain Soulless). Performances: 9/14 @2:30; 9/20 @ 4 p.m.Visit sffringe.org
     


     

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