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  • SANA VOICES presents Inspirational Writer and speaker Lin Johnson

    in Spirituality

    Mark your calendar for SANA VOICES live radio broadcast on the air with Inspirational Writer and Speaker Lin Johnson on Tuesday, September 22 at 8pm PST / 10pm CST / 11pm EST. Topic of discussion: Living on the promises of God

  • 00:55

    Et il lui a été donné de se revêtir d'un fin lin, éclatant, pur ! Dr. Owuor!

    in Christianity

    Apocalypse 19:6 Et j'entendis comme une voix d'une foule nombreuse, comme un bruit de grosses eaux, et comme un bruit de forts tonnerres, disant: Alléluia! Car le Seigneur notre Dieu tout puissant est entré dans son règne.

    7 Réjouissons-nous et soyons dans l'allégresse, et donnons-lui gloire; car les noces de l'agneau sont venues, et son épouse s'est préparée,

    8 et il lui a été donné de se revêtir d'un fin lin, éclatant, pur. Car le fin lin, ce sont les oeuvres justes des saints.




  • 01:02

    Can someone let Lin in please?

    in Basketball

    It's time for more Hornets talk for the hardcore fan. The weather is finally cooling down, football is heating up but we're only two weeks away from Hornets camp and their first preseason game October 3rd. We're doing our preliminary scouting of teams that stand between the Hornets and a playoff spot in 2015-16. We're beginning with the team that drafted right before Charlotte in this year's draft, the Detroit Pistons. Will Stanley Johnson propel them to the playoffs or are they still a work in progress. Roger Castillo from Sports Radio Detroit joins us with the low down in Motor City.

    PLUS our very own Austin Peters joins us to discuss the idea of adding one more piece to this Hornets roster, whether it be through a trade with the Suns or possibly a fringe player already on the roster. 


    in Entertainment

    Saxophonist Marcus Anderson returns with two new releases.  Marcus Anderson Xperience (his first live cd), celebrates his 10th anniversary in the business.  The Marcus Anderson Xperience is a two-disk set that includes the story behind each song.  His 2nd release, AND Coffee, coincides with the release of his new coffee line on October 16.  This eleven track disk features Darnell "Showcase" Taylor, guitarist Matt Marshak, trumpeter Lin Rountree, keyboardist Nicholas Cole and bassist Julian Vaughn.  Each track is named after a coffee beverage.

    Follow Marcus on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

  • 01:27


    in Entertainment

    Trumpeter Lin Rountree is back with a new cd “SOULFUNKY”, a collection of some of the most soulful, funk filled groves to hit the contemporary jazz scene in quite some time. Arguably Rountree's greatest work to date, this project features collaborations with some of the industries hottest musicians.  Guest appearances include: Kenny "Mac" Martin, Julian Vaughn, Lebron, Nicholas Cole, Michael "Big Mike" Hart, NIls, Kim Scott, Nate Harasim, Al Turner, Beth Griffith and HIdden Beach Recording artist Mike Phillips.

    Follow Lin on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

  • Avoiding "Conscious Community" Mission Creep

    in Politics Progressive

    Mission Creep - Mission creep is the expansion of a project or mission beyond its original goals, often after initial successes. Mission creep is usually considered undesirable due to the dangerous path of each success breeding more ambitious attempts, only stopping when a final, often catastrophic, failure occurs. The term was originally applied exclusively to military operations, but has recently been applied to many different fields. 

  • 01:05

    Big Al's Flagrant Fowl

    in Basketball

    Al Jefferson has supposedly slimmed down after giving up Popeye's fried chicken. That's no way to earn an endorsement deal. We'll discuss that and the talk that Big Al's role in the offense will be scaled down.

    We released our final Summer Video Breakdown and it has sparked some good discussion in the comments section on Lin's defense.

    PLUS Nick Denning drops by with the "Buzz Around the Web" and should we be worried about Nic Batum's poor finish at Eurobasket?

  • Hornets start their engines

    in Basketball

    Don't be fooled by all of the football on your televisions. NBA basketball is upon us! The Hornets are kicking things into two-a-day gear at training camp preparing to make the playoff run fans expected them to make last season. We'll have analysis of some of the more interesting things said at media day as well, like: 

    Jeremy Lin gets candid about why he chose Charlotte over the Dallas Mavericks

    Nic Batum on why he struggled at Eurobasket

    Big Al on what he did besides ditch chicken to get ready for this season

  • 02:00

    Mayweather-Berto Recap with Brin-Jonathan Butler, special guest Roy Jones Jr

    in Sports

    Floyd "Money" Mayweather could have actually fought for the last time. The idea of a sport without a huge magnet sitting in the middle is nice. That the end may have come by way of a wide win over Andre Berto is underwhelming, but boxing.

    And now that the fight is out of the way, we have a potential PED mess to talk about.

    The good news is that the Pay-Per-View undercard was fun. "Rocky" Martinez and Orlando Salido were in another gritty war, Badou Jack shaded George Groves by decision, and Jonathan Oquendo upset Jhonny Gonzalez in a back-and-forth scrap.

    There was other boixing stuff on. Peter Quillin scored a nasty stoppage of Michael Zerafa; Vanes Martirosyan dropped Ishe Smith a few times in winning; Jermall Charlo wiped out Cornelius Bundrage; Adonis Stevenson took out Tommy Karpency easily; Errol Spence, Jr. broke down Chris Van Heerden; and Anthony Joshua mopped up Gary Cornish.

    There was a lot of boxing. Not all good, but it gives James Foley of Bad Left Hook and The Fight City's Patrick Connor a ton to discuss with author and filmmaker Brin-Jonathan Butler.

    Photos: Esther Lin/Showtime/Steve Marcus/AP/AFP)

  • 00:31

    Why aren't you Growing ?

    in Religion

    Host: Prophet Lin Templeto

    1Timothy 2:4  Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth. 

    Need i say more. American Christians are losing the battle against evil because they have been falsely equipped with the necessary tools to deal with evil and many have self deceived themselves like Peter (berfore he discovered the truth in Christ admonishment).. Atheism is growing because many have not received the  TRUTH in their search (if they have searched) and life has turned sour leaving them hopeless. Only the Truth can anchor you when storms come!

  • 01:23

    A Kind Voice On Music featuring Jerome "Big Foot" Brailey

    in Indie Music

    Our next guest is none other that Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Drummer Jerome "Big Foot" Brailey. Jerome "BigFoot" Brailey 
    is best known for his work with P-Funk, which included the bands Parliament, Funkadelic, and numerous spin off projects. But his professional career had begun long before performing with the R&B groups The Unifics (Court Of Love), The Five Stairsteps and The Chambers Brothers. Jerome played on the original studio recording of the classic R&B song "O-o-h Child" by The Five Stairsteps, and later joining George Clinton's P-Funk collective in 1975 and appeared on many of their most iconic recordings, including co-writing one of Parliament's biggest hits, "Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off the Sucker)". Answering the demands of hardcore funk/rock/metal fusion fans, R&R Hall of Fame member Jerome "BigFoot" Brailey (former drummer Parliament-Funkadelic & cowriter of the iconic hit "Give Up The Funk {Tear The Roof Off}), his MUTINY guitarist Donald "Lenny" Holmes, MUTINY bassist Lin Washington and Superstar Funk vocalist Gary "Mudbone" Cooper (co-founder of Bootsy's Rubber Band) have come together, forming a band of seasoned funk musicians who have honed their skills over the last few decades playing those iconic hits as well as fresh, new funk jams to rock the "Hardcore Jollies" of all who truly vibe off of live music. Our host, Kenny Fulton, has the distinguished honor of playing and discussing music from this new collaboration called "Other Funky Music".