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The Weekend of Fish continues as my old friend and roommate Eddie Bricker AKA Fish joins us to talk about the infamous Butler Street House, Tales of McKeesport, and More Incoherent Rambling then your 90 year old Grandpa does on Thanksgiving.
So Don't Miss our open panel show on Growing Up Mckeesport. It's MadCap Story Telling for Your Poor Underpriviledge EarHoles!!!
Want to regale us with your stories of Growing Up Mckeesport? Phone Lines open at 1PM EST. Call Us At 646.478.3554.
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This week we take a strange and twisted journey down memory lane and explore The Saucey One's bazaar life. From his days growing up poor in McKeesport, to his time selling magazine subscriptions door to door, from his time working for Bentley Brothers Circus, to his infamous 6 day marriage! Many people from Saucey's past call in including Saucey's old boss, ex wife, best friend and his momma! It's part 1 of our 2 part audio-biography about our favorite host Nick "The Saucey One" Katsouros
So join us this Sunday for all the Autobiographic Nostalgia we can Way Back Machine into your Present Day EarHoles!
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After a successful career in school administration, Earlene Coleman transitioned to become a pastor in the McKeesport section Western Pennsylvania. Not only is she a successful pastor, but she has also impacted the community through the development of a community youth center. Pastor Coleman, also honored as an Urban Hero in 2013, joins Karla and John to talk about her transition to church work, being a woman pastor, and taking the church work outside the walls of the church building to the community.
It's FRIDAY NIGHT DRUNKEN TRIVIA!, The only game show where the consolation prize is YOU GET DRUNK!
Each week we showcase a new contestant to see if they can dethrone THE DRUNKEN NINJA MASTER OF ALL THINGS TRIVIA Nick "The Saucey One" Katsouros
This week we kick off The Weekend Of Fish, as I battle my old friend and roommate Eddie Bricker AKA Fish in Metal Trivia. And then Join us Sunday as the Weekend of Fish continues and we talk "Growing Up McKeesport" of The Ignorance Equation. You'll Laugh, You'll Cry, It will become a part of you!
So join us this weekend for Drunken Fun and Drunken Stories of our youht in McKeesport PA.
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Ruggid Real's Bio In His On Words
Ruggid Real born James Long started doing music at a young age and didn't get serious until he was 16. Since that time he has done many shows over the years and been involved with several projects. Ruggid Real is rom McKeesport PA. Ruggid grew up just like any other kid from the urban city around drugs, violence and poverty, so that's what he wrote about because that is what he knew.
Coast 2 Coast - Mixtape Live Loud or Die Silent
(INSPIRED BY TRUE EVENTS)
Long before they ran against each other for the presidency in 1960--a campaign famous for debates--John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon faced off in a small town in Pennsylvania's steel country. The two freshmen congressmen journeyed to McKeesport, Pennsylvania, in April 1947, to debate the merits of the brand new Taft-Hartley labor law. But their minds were clearly on bigger things.
As fate would have it, Kennedy and Nixon found themselves sharing a Pullman compartment on a famous train called The Capitol Limited, the pride of the B&O line, for an overnight trip back to Washington. They stayed awake all night talking about their lives, hopes, and visions for a better world.
It was the dawn of the Cold War, and these two former Naval officers were developing a vision for the world, one that would be "tempered by a hard and bitter peace." Bernard Baruch had just days before introduced the term "Cold War" into the vocabulary. And years later, the political torch would be passed to John Kennedy and Richard Nixon, who represented "a new generation of Americans." They would become America's premier Cold Warriors.
Shawn Jihad Trump was born in McKeesport, Pennsylvania on May 25th 1976. He has resided in the Pittsburgh area his whole life. He is married to his wife Tinesha and has two children, Shainiece and Shaianna. He began writing while serving a 84 month sentence in Federal Prison for distribution w/ intent. Writing was a way to channel his emotions and utilize his time positively. He was a contributing author in Wahida Clark Present's "Whats Really Hood." Now free he continues to write while working as a chef full time.