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  • 01:01

    Lionel Ntasano, Mens Spiritual Radio Hour, Tues, June 23, 8pm EST

    in Spirituality

    Mark Rawson and Mike Snyder, One Tuesday of every month 8:00-9:00PM EST  (June 23)

    The Men’s Spiritual Radio Hour- A show about men and their Spiritual Journey

    Guest for our Tuesday show is Lionel Ntasano

    Lionel Ntasano was born in Burundi and raised in Zambia. He attended university in the U.S.A, Kenya and Switzerland; almost quitting college to be a member of a music band. Most days, he wishes he had actually had the guts to go through with it. This observation has now provided him with the understanding that the pain of regret hurts much more than the pain of failure. Thus he went into culinary school to feed his soul ultimately opening a small beach resort called NONARA BEACH RESORT, where he is currently the general manager. Nevertheless, he still did not believe that he had reached the place he wanted to be, regardless of the small career success. Emptiness was still rampant. As a voracious reader since childhood, he decided to have a go at writing. Surprisingly, the process of writing Greener on the Other Side significantly helped him to grow and mature as a person. Thanks to this experience, he has mended difficult relationships with siblings and friends. He truly believes that he has become more understanding, and he is glad to say that this is what the book is all about; understanding, patience and forgiveness.

    Website  https://lionelntasano.wordpress.com/

  • 00:53

    Greener on the Other Side with author Lionel Ntasano from Burundi, Africa

    in Spirituality

    Greener on the Other Side with author Lionel Ntasano from Burundi, Africa

    This perceptive, coherent, thought-provoking and piercing work highlights the subtle social game of everyday life filled with puns and double meanings, seen through the eyes of an unorthodox hero - a very young priest by the name of Nickolas Jordan.

    He is a teenage African boy who loses his family in a gruesome genocide. He finds himself in New York City as a political refugee; disillusioned with the adult world and its phoniness; where his world takes another tumble as he meets all kinds of people that further shatter his understanding of life; an envious lawyer, an angry artist, an egocentric heiress, a greedy businessman and a slothful dreamer. After a decade has passed, he returns to his native country to meet his only remaining relative, and childhood best friend maybe to find some closure, but to his surprise, he discovers that she is a gluttonous alcoholic and the best friend, an opportunistic pervert. All these encounters, events and relationships, shape his views and beliefs that ultimately induce him to become a priest.

    The story is set between 1993 and 2013 in New York, Paris, Nairobi and Burundi, and begets the question whether the Grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.

    Lionel Ntasano was born in Bujumbura, Burundi and now runs the Nonara Beach Resort in his homeland. His life and work have taken him through Zambia, the United States, Kenya, France and Switzerland, among others. Writing Greener on the Other Side has helped reconnect him to family and friends after a turbulent life of glamour, travel and tragedy.

  • 00:34

    Lionel - Lawyer and Media Legal Analyst on The U.S. Constitution

    in Politics

    Lionel is a lawyer and media legal analyst, a news decoder and essayist. An author, blogger, pioneer podcaster and (out)spoken word performer.

    He’s a political atheist and has a blackbelt in realpolitik. He eschews left-right paradigms and rejects whole cloth run-of-the mill trite and usual political analysis through the media’s patented worldview, spectrum and prism.  Lionel is also a practicing lawyer, admitted in Florida and New York as well as the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States and enjoys myriad practice areas that involve First Amendment, privacy and constitutional law issues and implications.

    Today we touch on a number of current events, and what importance U.S. constitution play in our everyday lives. LionelMedia.com 


  • 00:15

    The Tailgate Show S4E23 LIONEL BROWN

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    The Tailgate Show S4E23 LIONEL BROWN

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  • 00:44

    Former Louisville RB Lionel Gates

    in Football

    Former Louisville Cardfinals RB Lionel Gates joins Joe Lisi On The Weekly Blitz.


    Gates was a standout from 2001-2004 rushing for 1,475 yards averaging 4.8 yards per carry with  20 touchdowns. He was an all-around running back who caught 40 passes for 469 yards averaging 11.7 yards per carry with 2 receiving touchdowns. 

    Gates had great speed and was a tough inside runner who was not afraid of contact. The trio of Gates, Michael Bush and Eric Shelton was a loaded backfield for head coach Bobby Petrino in leading the Cardinals to a 11-1 record in 2004 with a top 10 ranking. 

    Gates was drafted in the 7th round by the Buffalo Bills and played from 2005-2007 for Buffalo and Tampa Bay

  • 02:06

    The Tim and Corey Show

    in Radio

    We're having a Panel Discussion on "Life After Playing Professional Sports".  Our Distinguished Panelists include: Winky Wright, Corey Fuller, Mire Chatman, Greg Burks, Jeff Trepagnier, Lionel Garrett, Gerald Brown, and Stan Kimbrough.

    So, Tune in, and Listen....

  • 00:29

    Pastor Linda Walker talks to us about There's A Blessing in the Storm

    in Self Help

    Pastor Linda Walker is an author, playwrite, and producer of inspirational/Gospel plays. She stops by to talk to us about her latest inspired work 'There's A Blessing In The Storm'. Co produced with Leonard Spikes, this powerful stage play had it's Atlanta debut May 2, 2015. Hear our conversation as we talk about God is working through her and others to bring the Grace of God, and the Love of Christ to people through the theater. Also we talk Stop the Violence campaign in Atlanta spearheaded by Rev. Lionel Gantt of the SCLC

  • 01:57

    Legacy of 1804 Haiti DR Crisis Panel #LOF1804

    in Current Events

    Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com welcomes variopus Haitian experts on the denationalization of Dominicans of Haitian descent and on the general plight of Haitians in the DR.


    Guests include: Judge Lionel Jean-Baptiste, Katleen Félix, Ninaj Raoul, Fabrice Armand, among others.

    (This is a replay from the fall of 2014 so there will be no Q&A.)

  • 01:33

    Love's Top 10 Billboard Gospel Artist!!!!

    in Spirituality

    Tamela Mann-This Place

    Charles Jenkins and the Fellowship Choir-War

    Diane Williams-Jesus Can Work it out

    Vickie Winans-How I Got Over

    Hezekiah Walker-Every Praise

    Lionel Richie-Jesus is Love

    Erica Campbell-I Luh God

    Pastor Marvin Winans-I'm over it

    Eddie Ruth Bradford-Too Close to the Mirror

    Alexis Spight-All the glory

  • 00:45

    America's Classical Music Jazz

    in Music

     This evening, I am interviewing and playing music of Bruce Williams an alto saxophonist, composer, producer and educator who was raised in Washington, D.C. but now resides in Northern Jersey near New York City.  In addition to playing the saxophone, he plays the trumpet, drums, and piano.   Bruce has performed, toured, and recorded with Lionel Hampton, McCoy Tyner, The Count Basie Orchestra, Roy Hargrove, T.S. Monk, Little Jimmy Scott, Frank Foster, The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Stanley Cowell, Louis Smith, Cecil Brooks III, The World Saxophone Quartet, Russell Gunn, and Curtis Fuller.  As you can see from the list of musicians that he has performed, toured, and recorded, with he is a very versatile jazz musician that loves playing many styles of music.  He has performed on two Grammy nominated CDs. He has received awards from DownBeat magazine and The Charlie Parker Music and More Foundation.  He has traveled the United States and abroad playing jazz music. Jazz lives at Jazz Notes.

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