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  • 00:34

    Talk! with Marie Presents Priya George & POWER IN PLACE

    in Politics

    On today's show, Marie interviews Producer Priya George about Power in Place: A Photographic Tribute to Women in Politics. This project celebrates women who have striven to achieve an important presence in the political leadership of this nation. It aims to increase the participation of women in public office by holding up inspirational role models. Women are fulfilling a crucial role of gender parity in the great responsibilities of governance and civic wellbeing, often bringing with them viewpoints and concerns that reflect their unique life experiences. The Power in Place Project needs your support. You can contribute to the Kickstarter campaign today!

    About the Artists

    Katrina Hajagos

    Katrina began her career as a photojournalist, publishing her work in The New York Times, Newsweek, and Newsday.  She was Hillary Clinton’s campaign senate photographer from 1999-2000. Subsequently, she has photographed Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, State Senator Wendy Davis, as well as countless politicians across the board. During her career, she has documented the rising tide of women in politics.

    Priya George

    Priya is a Brooklyn-based producer.  She was a producer for the Brian Lehrer Show––winner of the George Foster Peabody Award for Media Excellence––at WNYC, the nation's largest public radio station.  She has worked in the realm of urban policy and public affairs, as well as gender equity, and has served as consultant for social media and public relations strategies.  



  • 00:16

    Rob Peabody debuts Intersect...be the church outside the 4 walls of church

    in Lifestyle

    Author Rob Peabody debuts Intersection on Life Lessons. This show is presented by www.gracefully-yours.com, your lifestyle center for great inspirational product.

    Tell us about the Intersect

    DVD series. Who was it created for and what is the best way for it to be used?

    What are you trying to





    The series features the faith journeys of five Christians. Why did you choose to use individual stories as the

    centerpiece of the series?

    Why is it so difficult to start conversations with the people we love a

    bout the things that really matter in life?

    How will Intersect help viewers talk to those in their lives who don’t believe in the Gospel?

    Why are trials so important to the development of our character?

    Some people view the Bible as being abstract or

    symbolic. How can a person purposefully move to seeing

    God’s Word as a practical guide for their everyday life?

    How can unmet expectations derail our spiritual journey?

    What does the rest that God promises look like on a practical level in our lives?

    How do spiritually healthy people respond to life’s disappointments?

    How is our ability to trust God impacted by our experiences with people?

    What is your ultimate hope for those who complete the Intersect DVD series?

    Tell us about the Awaken Movement

  • 00:32

    Paul Harrop, Videojournalist for AOPA on Aviation and Storytelling

    in Entertainment

    Paul Harrop, Producer/Videojournalist for AOPA Live. Today, Paul, Video-journalist for the largest aviation organization in the world, AOPA. Paul shares his passion for story telling and aviation.

    The Oklahoma native comes from a long line of pilots. His father, grandfather and an uncle were all pilots. He grew up fascinated with two things: Aviation and Storytelling.

    After graduating from the Kravis Broadcast Institute, Paul began his television career at a production company in Oklahoma City as a project manager. From there, the news bug bit, and he became a freelance field producer and photojournalist. Working with the cable networks, the big stories took him all over the place; from wildfires on the Great Plains to Hurricane Katrina and even the Michael Jackson trial.

    In 2006 he made the jump into local news at KSWO 7 News in Lawton, OK before spending nearly three years at KOCO Eyewitness News 5 in Oklahoma City covering breaking news and severe weather. While there he took part in projects that earned a Peabody Award in 2008, an Edward R. Murrow Award in 2009 and an Emmy Award in 2010.

    Paul served for several years at KAUZ Newschannel 6 in Wichita Falls, TX. He started as the Morning Co-Anchor and was bumped up to the role of evening Reporter. His powerful brand of visual storytelling and watchdog reporting earned the trust of Texas. Something Paul will always be proud of.

    He is also an award-winning storm chaser, and has been an FCC-licensed Ham Radio operator (call sign WX5USA) since 1999. Paul is currently working towards becoming a pilot.  http://www.AOPA.org/ThisWeek

    Watch to this LIVE interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/gAeaF24E_Zc

  • 00:31

    Irate, Tireless Minority - Big Picture Thinking

    in Politics Conservative

    Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.

    I hope everyone takes a few minutes today to think about the role of our military and those who have died to protect us. 


    From where are we getting our information and why does it matter?


    And in Germany, common sense says protect yourself because the government has gone mad.
    And here's a question no one is asking: Is this the cost of doing nothing?

    Doing What's Right:

    There are those who try to silence dissent and there are those who go along with them. Which is worse?

  • Major League Fantasy Football Weekly Episode #10, Week #5

    in Football

    Join Lou Landers and Zak Sauer for Major League Fantasy Football Weekly on Tuesday October 13th from 8-10pm EST. This show is your one-stop shop for a weekly recap and what to focus on for the coming week in fantasy football. We will be discussing key games, and performances from players from the prior week's games. We will also prepare you for the coming week in regards to waiver wire claims, and a break down of the Thursday night game. This is a live call in show so feel free to do so at 323-870-4395. Press the #1 to speak with the host.

    Our guest's this week are Eric Paulen, and Mark Rush. Eric Paulen is an Emmy and Peabody Award winner with significant experience leading large film/video production projects spanning all genres of television with A&E, ESPN, HBO Sports, CBS Sports, Sports Illustrated, The Travel Channel, WWE Network, The NBA, NHL Productions, NFL Films, and NCAA. Mark is a Professor of politics & law at Washington and Lee University, an author, writer, and a frequent guest on National Public Radio as well as the Arabian News Network. He writes baseball columns and player analysis for Ron Shandler who is a guru in fantasy baseball and was a contributer to shandlerpark.com prior to Ron closing the site. 

  • 02:01

    Cafecito Break - A Talk with Taino Chief Roman Guaraguaorix About Columbus Day

    in Spirituality

    Welcome to Cafecito Break's Virtual Living Room Space with your hosts Rosangel Perez & Ruthie Guten.  Listen to Taino Chief Roman Guaraguaorix (Redhawk) Perez about Columbus Day... what that day really means, the history behind it, its impact, and more.

    About: Roman Guaraguaorix (Redhawk) Perez was born in the mountains of Kiskeya (Dominican Republic) and presently resides in Brooklyn, NY.  He is an accomplished indigenous Taino artist, lecturer, storyteller, drummer, singer and respected community/spiritual leader. He is the Kacike (chief) for Maisiti Yukayeke Taino; a tribe of the Taino Nation. Since 1990 Redhawk has participated in Vision Quest, Sundance, Sweat Lodges and Taino ceremonies; throughout his experiences, he has grown into the spiritual leader he is today. 

    Roman Guaraguaorix comes from a long linage of tobacco farmers and healers in his family. Roman works with the sacred tobacco to help people with there own healing physical, spiritual and mental, helping open their own consciousness to the sacred plant.

    He now facilitates and leads such ceremonies as; Vision Quest, Lodges and Taino ceremonies, he continues to use his indigenous teachings to help the people. Redhawk has done presentations on Northern and Taino native teachings at notable institutions, including major universities, public schools, The Peabody Museum, Brooklyn Museum of Art, and The Smithsonian Native American Museum and a certified fire starter for the White Bison recovery program, a program to help Native people deal with the grips of addiction. 

    Have a question or comment for Roman Guaraguaorix Perez, send us a note at contact@cafecitobreak.com L

  • Major League Fantasy Football Radio Show #62

    in Football

    Join Ej Garr and Corey D Roberts on Sunday October 4th from 11-12:45pm EST for this week's episode of the Major League Fantasy Sports Show sponsored by the Sports Palooza Radio Network. Call in live at 646-915-8596 press #1 to speak with the host. We will be breaking down the games today from a fantasy perspective. 


    Our guests this week are Davin Joseph, Eric Paulen, and Matt Barkman. Davin is a 2-time Pro Bowl Guard and 2006 1st round pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Eric Paulen is an Emmy and Peabody Award winner with significant experience leading large film/video production projects spanning all genres of television with A&E, ESPN, HBO Sports, CBS Sports, Sports Illustrated, The Travel Channel, WWE Network, The NBA, NHL Productions, NFL Films, and NCAA. Matt Barkman is a writer with majorleaguefantasysports.com. His articles publish every Saturday and he focuses on the QB/TE positions. 

    Come join a LIVELY debate.


    If you can’t make it to the live airing you can always download the podcast at I-Tunes or Google Play stores. Search for “Sports Palooza Radio Show”. Android owners download “Podcast Republic” and then search on podcast republic for “Sports Palooza Radio Show.”

  • 01:00

    Shriekfest Radio! Denise Gossett interviews Screenwriter Ian Busch!

    in Paranormal

    After several years of doing comedy and stand up, Ian Busch broke into the writing world on Fox's "Malcolm in the Middle".  I an was on staff for  46 episodes over two seasons, and penned five episodes over that span.   "Malcolm" received a Peabody Award & an Emmy Award for Best Writing in a Comedy Series. 

    Some other writing credits include Executive Story Editor on ABC's "Life with Bonnie" & 2 animated pilots.   Ian also wrote a live action comedy pilot "Hero Hospital" for the Cartoon Network.  In 2009, Ian was a write for "The Jeff Dunham" show for Comedy Central. 

    Most recently Ian has been Supervising Producer on "Wipeout".  He's been writing and producing on the show since it's first episode in 2008, now over 100 episodes!  He recently finished his 7th season on the highly rated ABC Show

  • Joel Peabody of The Awaken Movement stops by #ConversationsLIVE

    in Christianity

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Joel Peabody of The Awaken Movement to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss the film INTERSECT (where your story and God's story converge).

  • 01:01

    Whirl With Merle

    in Travel

    "Teach It Right, or, Right to Teach," Theater for the New City's 2015 Street Theater musical, whose free performances will be presented in City streets, parks and playgrounds throughout the five boroughs August 8 to September 20.  The piece tackling the challenges and struggles facing NYC's public education system will have one performance in Queens on Sun, August 30 - 2PM - Queens Travers Park, 34th Ave between 77th & 78th Streets.

    The musical is written and directed by TNC's Artistic Director, Crystal Field, and composed by Joseph Vernon Banks.  It tells the saga of a NYC middle school student and teacher whose school faces disputes over privatization that reflect the challenges and struggles of the world outside. Together they take an Odyssey through an urban underground in which they witness how public school students are deprived of art, music, libraries, after school programs and hopes for college through union busting, corporate education reform, super testing and destruction of school facilities.  They are kidnapped by the Real Estate Cartel and its president, B.M. Peabody, but are rescued by Peabody's beautiful daughter, a community activist, who has a crush on the young man. Energized by what they learn, the young man and the teacher become leaders in the fight to teach it right and for the right to teach.

    We will talk with Crystal Field. 

  • 00:30

    100 Days of Giving Black with Bruce George

    in Entertainment

    Bruce is a visionary, entrepreneur, speaker, author, panelist, executive producer, writer, poet, consultant and social activist. He is the recipient of many awards, including a Peabody, a Milky, an Upscale Showcase, a Trail Blazer, and many others. 

    Bruce says his activisim is concerned with uplifting people in struggle. His recently trademarked the phrase, "Genius is Common," which can be found on a number of products and licensed in six states.

    Bruce joins New England Blacks in Philanthropy to kickoff 100 Days of Giving Black, and share his advice on what giving means to him.