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Ring Rust Radio goes 1-on-1 w/ WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston!
Plus, Full WWE Raw and SmackDown Review, WrestleMania Chatter, Fan Emails, Fantasy Standings, Ring Rust Retro PPVS Reveal, TNA Impact Wrestling WTF Moments and so much more!
Giving the wrestling world an elbow drop from the top rope of truth. This is a place for wrestling fans to vent, and no topic is off limits!
Fox Sports 1340 AM hosts 'Wrestling Marks of Excellence Radio' listen to "THA FIRM" G-LO, Docta D, The Wizard Nephew Corey and "Mr. Everything" Champ Creed as they interview 4 time Intercontinental Champion and current WWE superstar Kofi Kingston and 13 time World Heavyweight Champion Big Van Vader. They will also discuss Monday Night Raw , TNA and ROH You can call the show by dialing (347) 838-8776 with your questions and comments. Join our Facebook page DOCTA D & THA FIRM. or Follow us on twitter at @Firmwrestling. Visit Firmwrestling.com for the latest interviews and archeive shows.
The Aaron McCready Show is the newvoice of Conservative Talk Radio. Unafraid and aggressive, Aaron will take on anyone including Republicans.
Aaron takes live callers and has nationally reknowned guests.
Jack Kingston was elected to the Georgia General Assembly in 1984 as one of just 26 Republicans in the Georgia House of Representatives. Though deep in the minority, he worked with Georgians all across the state to lay the groundwork for the eventual Republican takeover of the legislature. Through a campaign built on a strong grassroots network, he was able to win a seat in Congress not held by a Republican since Reconstruction. In Congress, Jack serves as a voice for all of Georgia. He has distinguished himself as a fiscal hawk able to secure budget cuts and advance common sense reforms that make government more accountable and efficient. He has proven himself as able to reach bipartisan agreement while staying true to the conservative principles on which he was elected. - Source JackKingston.org
Currently Jack is a Candidate for United States Senate.
CWT4R again this week will revisit a series that is geared toward the masculine identified lesbian with returning guest Kofi Adoma and the Jerry Palmer Group of Detroit. The conversation will again explore Identity and labels with a twist of social justice movement within the MIL community.The mission of the Jerry Palmer Group is to combine the talents of self-identified masculine lesbians into a cohesive effort to give validation, support and resources to MILs of all ages in the Detroit metropolitan area, as well as across the country where such support is needed. This grassroots self-reliant group specializes in educating the public about the social and cultural experiences of African American MILs and others of color because this is a population often neglected, stigmatized, and rarely highlighted in national discussions about the LGBT community. Since this is a self-help peer support organization, MILs serve as leaders in proactively managing the programs of this collective group. The JPG strives to collaborate and partner with similar groups such as Brooklyn Boihood, Brown Boi Project, Unity Fellowship Church Movement MIL Ministry, and Butch Voices to encourage participation in the intersected social justice movements where women of color are marginalized and disempowered.The show will feature three of the leadership cadre members, Elder Atiba Cohen-the elder of the group, Dr. Kofi Adoma (pronounced doe-MAH)- founding member, and Kunto Mawusi-the youngest in the group. Their aim is to share with you the purpose of the Jerry Palmer Group and how it was founded, the specific goals and target areas, who all is involved, and the importance of having a group like this exist in Detroit and elsewhere. The focus of the conversation will be on empowerment and visibility of MILs of color and ways to rally up their talents and skills to be of service to their communities, to each other, and to themselves.
Vivienne Tanya Stephenson
Tanya Stephens, (born 2 July 1973, Kingston, Jamaica, as Vivienne Tanya Stephenson (although some sources say Vivienne Tanya Stephens)) is an influential reggae artist who emerged in the late 1990s. Stephens is most known for her hits "Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet" — the single was later featured on the Reggae Gold 1997 compilation album — and "It's a Pity", which achieved Tanya international recognition. She and life partner Andrew Henton have together co-founded Tarantula Records.
Gameworld book: Dylan Rudee's life is an epic fail. He's bullied at school and the aunt who has raised him since he was orphaned as a child just lost her job and their apartment. Dylan's one chance to help his family is the only thing he's good at: video games. The multibillion-dollar company Mee Corp. has announced a televised tournament to find the Game-Changers: the forty-four kids who are the best in the world at playing Xamaica, a role-playing fantasy game that's sweeping the planet. If Dylan can win the top prize, he just might be able to change his life.
Author C.J. FARLEY was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and grew up in Brockport, NY, with stops in Middle-earth, Xanth, Earthsea, and Narnia. Farley’s biography Aaliyah: More Than a Woman was a national best seller. A former editor of the Harvard Lampoon and a former music critic for Time, Farley is a blogger, columnist and senior editor at the Wall Street Journal. Game World is Farley’s first novel for young readers.
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Mz. Koko Bowden interviews Stephanie Brandon abotut he 2014 www.iamgodswoman.com confernence in Jacksonville Fl Oct 10- 13 hosted by Apostle Veryl Howard
Stephi’ B. is the owner and operator of B’on Saci Inc. Stephi’ B was born Stephanie Brandon on February 23, 1983 in Kingston, Jamaica. At the age of 6, Stephanie’s mother moved her and her siblings to Miami, Florida and it was there, Stephanie would eventually become known to the world as Stephi’ B, celebrity stylist.
As a young girl, Stephanie fell in love with the creativity of styling hair. It was during these childhood moments, that she developed a passion for styling hair and fashion. Unfortunately Stephanie’s world changed at the age of 11 when she experienced a tragic loss with the death of her mother. During this pivotal moment, Stephanie’s life was forever changed but the love for her family grew stronger. Stephanie felt a compelling need to care for her family and by the age of 17, she was supporting herself and her siblings by using her talents as an independent hair stylist.
Listen in or Call in *LIVE* as the Reality Check Radio team prep you, the wrestling fan, for everyone's favorite Monday program, Monday Night Raw! Real predictions, Real opinions! Plus, thoughts on WWE Battleground, TNA bringing back the 6 sided ring, Backstage bullying in wrestling, and so much more! Plus special guest interview with one of the most outspoken & respectful athletes in the wrestling business, he's been in Ring of Honor, Combat Zone Wrestling, and Chikara, and 1/2 of Outlaw Inc, w/ Homicide, Eddie Kingston!
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PWTR hosts discuss the hottest topic in the world of wrestling, including the build-up to Night of Champions, WWE extending an invitation to Michael Sam, Roman Reigns' status as a rising star, "Growing Up Bella", WWE's issue with "legitimate" stars... and more!
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Uziah "Sticky" Thompson (1 August 1936 – 25 August 2014) was a Jamaican percussionist, vocalist and deejay active from the late 1950s. He worked with some of the best known performers of Jamaican music and played on hundreds of albums.
Thompson found employment with Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, assisting him with running his sound system, in time becoming a deejay with the system under the name "Cool Sticky". He became one of the earliest men to record in the new deejay style, using his mouth to make clicks and other percussive sounds. As a deejay he recorded with The Skatalites and can be heard on the tracks "Ball Of Fire", "El Cat Ska", "Guns of Navarone", as well as others. While working for Dodd he became friends with Lee "Scratch" Perry, and Thompson recorded as a deejay for Perry, and for Joe Gibbs in the late 1960s, on tracks such as "Train to Soulsville.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Lewis sang in church from an early age . forming a singing group called The Regals. By the mid-1960s, he began recording and had one of the earliest rocksteady hits with "Take It Easy" in late 1966.The track was recorded with Lynn Taitt and the Jets and is regarded as one of the first rocksteady singles.the first 'herb' song ever recorded in Jamaica, "Cool Collie". He worked for Duke Reid as an arranger and backing vocalist, and won the Festival Song Contest in 1970 with "Boom Shaka Lacka". He began working as a singer with Byron Lee & the Dragonaires, and in 1971 had a hit with "Grooving Out On Life".
Lewis continued to release records, but his success after the early 1970s was limited. Lewis released This Is Gospel in 1996 on his own label, Bay City Music, founded in the 1980s.
We are extremely excited about Kingston on the Edge!!!! The theme for this year is 'Balance'. Join Stefanie Simone and Derefe Chevannes as they are joined by Enola Williams as she talks about the Art Festival
Cultural Voice, your trusted source of Cultural happenings around the globe continues to innovate and bring you quality Cultural content. It's what's trendy and relevant - featuring underground and established cultural figures from Jamaica and worldwide!
Join Stefanie Simone and Derefe Chevannes as they are joined each week by musicians, poets, painters and more from the corners of the Globe.
Tonight on Truth Be Told we take a look at an interview that was done with the guys in the gully of New Kingston, we will also have analysis. We also have True Fitness & Wellness,True Street Chic, True Makeup and Nails and feedback. So join us tonight at 9:30pm on TJR http://talkjamaicaradio.com/listen.php
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