• 00:59

    Voice for the Voiceless - Brenda Bailey

    in Motivation

    Brenda Bailey is a woman of God, Evangelist Team Leader, wife (married 35 years) a mother, daughter, sister, a glam ma, an aunt, Creative Arts Ministry Step Team Coach,a great cook, she takes acting classes, an entrepreneur, and a volunteer at a homeless, shelter, where she mentors to young women/adults. Although she has a lot on her plate she still found the time to Go Get Her Stuff!


     


    My faith walk is part of my journey to my destiny. The sky is the limit it doesn't matter your age or circumstances. I know personally that life throw curve balls, but you got to keep the faith. No matter what DON’T QUIT! The devil is a liar. Gurl you can still Go Get Your Stuff.


    I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13


     


    God gives us blessings in portions so we can build our faith up. Your testimony is a test of circumstances that you go through to testify to others, so that God can be revealed and show that he is real. We have to be patient and wait on God’s instructions. You can’t do it by yourself, I tried but until I surrendered all and put God first, I always failed.


     


    I know now that what I went through was not for me, but for someone else. As I mentor to young and adult women all over the world. I have found that nothing is too hard for God.See the devil thought he had me, but God. Everybody didn't make it through their storm. But God, saved me to deliver this message to you. Gurl Go Get Your Stuff.

  • 00:45

    Make a Stand: Ending Child Slavery with Vivienne Harr

    in Self Help

    Ilene is working with a family medical emergency, and is unable to do a live show this week. Instead, she is offering you our most charming (while also serious) show from this year. Ilene will be live again in the New Year. In the meantime, check this out!  


    You’re 8 years old and you learn that some children in the world don’t get to run and play, hug their parents, or eat well. That’s because they’ve been sold into slavery! What do you do about it if you’re a kid? If you’re Vivienne Harr, you create a plan for making $100,000 selling lemonade, and start working every day! 38 third grade students from Merryhill School in Sacramento are learning Financial Literacy. They’re asking the questions in this remarkable show in which kids put their heads together to make their world a better place. Click here to visit Vivienne Harr's website.

  • 00:09

    COACHES AND PARENTS WHO ARE WORST

    in Football

    you have parents wanting to live there dreams through there children.


    So  then when the kids grow up they will hate the sport. then you have your proffesional teams just stilling money from the fans by not putting out a  good product. and last but not least we have your bad football and cheerleader coaches


    that instead of teaching the kids they want to be  a kid...... where are all the money for youth sports i getting tired of seeing kids in there jersey tag on the corner

  • 01:59

    @OnTheRiseRadio Record Breaker Wednesdays with @DJKnightATL and @TheOneTrueAngel

    in Music

    Welcome to Wednesday Night Record Breaker Wednesdays on On The Rise Radio.  DJs world wide are responsible for breaking the records you and I hear on the radio stations, internet radio stations, local bars and dance clubs, and even at wedding receptions.  Chat it up with our DJs, network with them, and even get in on some spins!  Artists, this is definitly the show you don't want to miss.  


     


    Tip Off is at 5:30 with Bosslady @AtticaLundy Cooper aka DearTrapMary and The One True Angel interview DJ Blu, one of Atlanta's most award winning DJs. At 6:00, we find out what DJ Stacks, Albany's finest is working on in his market!


     Then, Power Hour happens at 6:30 each and every Wednesday night with DJ Knight and the hottest independent artists in the industry. 


    This week, DJ Knight brings us New Music featured on his Dreaded Knight Tour from Tony Bone, Ryan B, Sy Ari Da Kid, Wize, Klepto Montana, Lil Fleet Wood, and Slim Deleon!


    Call in and talk to DJ Knight!


     

  • 01:01

    How To Find Security And Help With Your Home Technology

    in Culture

    Joyce interviews Seth Bailey, CEO of iTOK, a technology services company. They provide assistance, maintenance, and help you feel secure and protected when using your technology. They love working with seniors and patiently give advice for your computer and mobile devices.


    Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com. 

  • 01:00

    The LEADERSHIP Connection with Erik Therwanger

    in Business

    Anyone can be a manager. Only certain people can truly be a leader. What does it take to lead a team whether it’s your business team, your baseball team, your kid's little league team?


    If you’re going to be a business owner, you have to learn to go above managing and become the kind of person people want to follow.


    Follow Erik Therwanger as he shares what it takes to be one of the few, the proud, the leaders!

  • 03:01

    Carolyn Fe, Georgie Bonds, George Taylor, Altered Five & CKNM Erin Harpe

    in Music

     Live, Uncut & Uncensored Converations With "Musicians You Should Know"


    Carolyn Fe comes by for the COUCH KID NEWS segment to give some thanks for her album being named "International Release Of The Year" for the Jimi Awards.


    Georgie Bonds is a Philadelphis, PA native who was a part of the storied Black Cowboys organization.  While working as a blacksmith, Georgie would play his guitar and make up songs. That led to playing with the likes of Hubert Sumlin, Koko Taylor, Jimmy Vaughn and many others. He released his debut album in 2001.  It took until 2013 for his second, Stepping Into Time to be released. I'll speak with Georgie and find out more about the obstacles he has faced along the way and his determination to keep moving forward.  This is a great story.


    George Taylor has spent time in the Delta perfecting his art, had the honor of being invited to do an interview with the legendary Sonny Paine and lived in Austin where he recorded his second album, Rain Or Shine.  The album is a collection of 10 originals that show the depth of Taylor's lyrical style and his wonderful melodies.


    Altered Five Blues Band are Jeff Taylor, Jeff Schroedl, Mark Solveson, Scott Schroedl and Raymond Tevich and this Milwaukee based band's third album, Cryin' Mercy has been produced by Tom Hambridge.  I will speak with the guys and find out about ther journies to come together and thier new music.


    Erin Harpe & The Delta Swingers (JIm Countryman, Bob Nisi and Richard Rosenblatt) have a new album entitled Love Whip Blues and we will chat with them during the Couch Kid New Music Segment of the show.  They're on the way to Memphis for the 2015IBC


     

  • 01:01

    If We Are So Racist, How Did A Black President Get Elected in America? Tell Me!

    in Music

    I hear cries of what a racist country America is, or how impossible it is for a Black man to make it! Of course there're racist people in America and every other country in the world. In America, a Black kid from the ghetto can write poetry, say it to a beat and become a billionaire! I have a niece who graduated from Stanford, a nephew that won the Bill Gates Scholarship and neighbor that won the presidency, Barak Obama!(I lived around the corner!) President Obama could not have won without the support of White people. It was a beautiful thing when that happened whether you agreed or not America was looking good! What the hell happened? How is it now that America is so racist? It's a terrible thing when you can't disagree with a Black man or a woman or anybody else for that matter and not be called a racist. What say you? Let's listen to some music and talk about it!

  • 00:24

    Total Lacrosse with Jonny Vegas!

    in Sports

     @JonnyVegas45


      Kyle Miller began playing lacrosse in the 7th grade! Kyle attended camps and then joined a team in the Fall of 7th grade. Kyle decided to start playing lacrosse after 2 things happened; 1) He saw a kid with a lacrosse stick and he thought it looked cool so he bought one, and, 2) Kyle attended a Denver Outlaws game, which at the time set the record for the hghest scoring game in the MLL! Kyle played attack until his senior year of High School when he switched to a Middy. He switched to a Middy because he was big, fast, and good at defense, offense, ground balls, and clearing. Kyle has worn the #16 since his Junior year of High School. Kyle is 19 and a Sophmore in College now. Ever since Kyle began playing lacrosse, he has always played it year round and focused solely on lacrosse and lifting. Kyle plays lacrosse for The Metropolitan State University of Denver! Kyle says, "Metro State's team is family, we're all brothers and have each brother's back.". Kyle started a fecebook page called, "Lacrosse Is Awesome", when he was a Freshman in High School. It was originally created for his teammates and him to post on. Since, that time, Kyle's Mom, Di Miller has kept it going with pictures from Kyle's High School team, College Team, and now his Mom is covering the MLL, and NLL teams too! Kyle's Mom, Di Miller, was a guest on this show on December 8th, 2014! Click here to Listen to that episode! Di Miller will be a guest again on December 22nd, 2014! "Lacrosse Is Awesome" started out with about 50 people and it's now over 800! 

  • 02:00

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Monday, December 15, 2014th broadcast day with Monday Co-hosts John Bailey and Hezi Aris, publishers of the White Plains CitizeNetReporter (www.WPCNR.com) and Yonkers Tribune (www.YonkersTribune.com), respectively, in discussion about the trending issues pertinent to White Plains and Yonkers respectively.


    At about 10:45 a.m. we welcome White Plains' Firestone Complete Auto Care Technician / Manager Phil Maldonado to learn of best practices in prepping your car for winter weather and toward the prevention and maintenance of keeping your car moving in harsh weather.


    At 11:00 a.m. we engage Richard Thomas, Executive Director of New York Affordable Reliable Electricity Alliance (NY AREA) in discussion in learning the drivers of New York electric costs with respect to and in juxtaposition to the precipitous drop in the cost of fuel costs. Listeners may be more familiar and recognize Mr. Thomas as the Mount Vernon Councilman.


    If any time reveals itself during the two-hour broadcast day, Hezi Aris will incorporate and acknowledge the latest pertinent news commanding attention on the local, county, state, federal or internal scene.


    Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic. Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/

  • 00:45

    Ups and Downs of the Embarrassment Factor

    in Parents

    A variety of topics were covered on the last program of 2014, including a rather in-depth discussion of the "embarrassment factor" (kids who can hold it together outside of the home but are very challenging inside the home).  Just because a kid is holding it together outside of the home doesn't mean there aren't problems to be solved.

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