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Ho, Ho, Ho!!! Time to hang that mistletoe, stuff those stockings, decorate the tree, and kickback with some eggnog and your favorite Christmas tunes. We have a great show lined up as we celebrate the holidays, and my brithday, with some very special guests! Have you been nice this year? I sure hope so!
January 19 - Jazz Guitarist/Composer - JazzyfrankHailing from Thailand, Jazzfrank has no problem showing that jazz most definitely has no geographic boundries. Jazzy's compositions exhibit a magnetism that will leave you, the listener, captivated and wanting more. This is truly an up and coming artist you don't want to miss.Join me as Jazzyfrank and I discuss his new CD, and his plans for the year ahead.
Grammy Award Winning Pianist/Composer/Educator - Arturo O'Farrill
Founder and Artistic Director of the nonprofit Afro Latin Jazz Alliance, and Grammy award winner, Arturo O'Farrill, can appropriately be dubbed "the apple that did not fall far from the tree." He is the son of the late great Cuban composer and arranger, Chico O'Farrill. Arturo has worked with a wide range of jazz greats including: Dizzy Gillespie, Steve Turre, Freddy Cole, The Fort Apache Band, Lester Bowie, and Wynton Marsalis to name a few,
With 10 CD's already under his belt, including his recent Grammy winner, "Offense of the Drum", Arturo has produced yet another incredible work that just may garner him another Grammy nomination. "Cuba: The Conversation Continues", Arturo's newest release, is a heart pounding, chaotic, rhythmic blend of pure Afro-Cuban jazz bliss, that goes well beyond just being about music. It is also about "repairing the rupture between the US and Cuba." He pushes it to the limit on this one ya'll!
THAT'S GAME! Sports Talk Radio is your premier sports talk radio show featuring engaging discussion on the "Happening Now" in the wide-world of sports along with other trending topics & current news. Join your hosts, Tyrone & Dennis, on an entertaining ride as they cover "any and everything" in today's sports!
Episode: 1.12 - "WEED 'EM OUT WEDNESDAY?!"
In this week's episode, Tyrone and Dennis will cover this week's major sports headlines, CFB Playoffs, and NBA action! The guys will also recap week 11 of the NFL and preview week 12's upcoming action! Tune in for the latest and greatest in sports talk radio!
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Nada Nasserdeen is a women of multiple hats that believes in diversity and continuous growth. She is the founder of Rise Up For You as well as NLNproductions. Amongst many cool things she is a singer, a performance coach, a podcaster, an educator, a coach in leadership, confidence, and self development. With over 16 years of teaching and mentoring, Nada has been honored to work with over 75,000 young women, adults, and youth worldwide. Through various forms of communication and language she has had the pleasure of uplifting and finding the true potential in individuals helping them maximize their strengths, talent, and inner confidence. Her clientele ranges from youth in incarceration centers, high school youth, successful educators and leaders, and day to day women who are searching for their niche and maximization in their life.
Fun accomplishments to date; Nada climbed Mt. Fuji in a typhoon, worked with over 600 students in a bull ring in Spain, and performed for thousands in Novosibirsk, Russia inside a circus tent.
Today show Matthew share his story growing up with a learning disablity. He talks about the ups and down with school and work.
The Jesus Saves Ministry
509 Evergreen Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11221
www.tjsm.org or www.wutj.org
Pastor, Apostle Lonnie Stocks
Ephesians 5:18-20 (GW)
18 Don't get drunk on wine, which leads to wild living. Instead, be filled with the Spirit
19 by reciting psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs for your own good. Sing and make music to the Lord with your hearts.
20 Always thank God the Father for everything in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Canada and its environment. Its air, water, lands, coastlines and glaciers. The last ten years is not a very positive recent past. The Harper Government withdrew from the Kyoto Accord, did absolutely nothing at Copenhagen and stayed on message that climate change was fake. A ruse by enviroterrorists to deny "Canadians" the "benefits" of a resource economy on steroids and wearing a blindfold. A decade later and Canada is the poster boy for failure in environmental stewardship.
COP21 in Paris promises to be different. The increase in major emitter participation in real planning has never been higher. There have never been so many public policies from nations on climate before. Have we heard this before? Well, yes and no. Despite the new level of urgency and co-operation, there will also be a massive corporate presence at the tables. How can one deny the inevitable industry being built to deal with this mess. And it won't be cheap even if it were.
Prime Minister Trudeau will be joined by Premiers, Environment Ministers and scientists in Paris. A united front for action is the narrative. Alberta has led the way domestically with introduction of "Carbon Plan". Astroturf lobbies and sycophantic politicians warn of the economy disappearing. Yet the industry says they can work with it and it is reasonable on initial appearance. Cue the CPC end of days fundraising videos. Apparently, change is still evil.
Some regions are much better equipped for the shift from carbon to renewables than others and that's just domestically. Globally it's a much more visible issue. This is where our old friend Politics comes in. Recent events have basically outlawed protests of any kind in Paris. The efforts will now be dispersed around the world but may be even stronger given the access by all to be heard.
Lots to look at in two hours, but we will do our best and you are invited.
It is in the wee hours of Thanksgiving morning and I am wide away. This show has been on my mind to do since I saw the awful video of the murder of Laquan McDonald. I paused at the beginning of the show because I think it has been said that all of this went down in 30 seconds meaning from the time the officer arrived on scene and fired 16 shots in LaQuan who was already down from the first few shots. But as usual you have those who see nothing wrong. On CNN I saw one of their regulars who come on during police shootings and he had the audacity to say that the killing of African-Americans involving police is not an epidemic. I sat here shaking my head as of last year there was Eric Garner, Tamir Rice and the awful not guilty verdict of Micheal Brown that was happening last year around this time. I can remember almost feeling guilty to sit at my Thanksgiving table being happy when I knew that The Brown family had an empty chair. The officials of the Chicago were forced to release that video and they were forced to arrest the officer involved. But their lenghthy investigation stinks to high heavens. I have tried time and time to again to give Rahm Emmanual the benefit of the doubt but the writing is on the wall. This cannot go on! This young man had a hard life and the system have not only failed him once but twice. I have been watching the coverage of the protests and I thank those on social media who have kept me up on everything happening. So as all of this plays out think about what you are thankful for?
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