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Its finally here,its thursday night,the night that only happens once a week,4 times a month,48 times a year,Bigg D's Music Toss-Up with your host Bigg D will infiltrate your environment bringing you the best hip hop music that he can gather from well known national acts to underground up and comers,from old school to new school,from detroit to florida,and new york to cali.If your feeling chatty hell call in and talk to your boy (213)943-3784 about whatever you want to get off your chest,if you dont tune in you just might miss something that everyone else is talking about but youll be outta the loop,dont be outta the loop.Bigg D's Music Toss-Up only @ Michigan United Broadcast
Old school, new school, folk, or any other genre of Rock that is what you will find here. Look for MMA and other discussions on the show as well. Tune in with Leto Covington as your host and become part of the Laymanradio family. After the show you can visit the website, www.laymanradio.com to see all the other things Laymanradio has to offer.
Wednesday is upon us Gang,The night that ushers in your favorite show Detroit Unplugged with your host Aroc and hes got a great show lined up for ya,2 count em 2 great artist interviews.Detroit legends one being Jigsaw and the other none other than Skitzo,YOU DO NOT WANNA MISS THIS.Tonight at 10PM only on Michigan United Broadcast.
Today's guest Tenita Johnson is the owner of So It Is Written, a service just for writers.
The Motown Literary Network has been live on blogtalkradio.com since fall of 2009, with over 10,000 downloads. Our 30 minute, weekly show airs Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. EST with a focus on everything related to the literary world, from the writing process to author highlights to the nuts and bolts of publishing. Although the show can be heard by listeners all over the world, and our guests may come from all over the country, our target audience is readers and writers in Michigan with an interest in the Michigan literary community. Established in 2000, Motown Writers Network and The Michigan Literary Network were created to strengthen Michigan's Literary Community. Drawing readers, writers, authors, poets and more together, the networks' mission is to connect readers to Michigan literary works, educate and connect writers and poets to resources, provide events and venues for authors to showcase their work and a lot more. To sign up for updates on The Michigan Literary Network, visit our website - www.motownwriters.com - and help strengthen the Michigan Literary Network, by sending our information to other readers and writers!
in Self Help
Edie Weinstein and Frank Ferrante explore How To Find the Courage To Turn Pain Into Personal Power
In 2006, this morbidly obese, drug addicted, depressed man, diagnosed with Hepatitis C, who was estranged from his family, made a decision to alter his destiny. He walked into Cafe' Gratitude in San Francisco for a cup of coffee and discovered that they only had a raw foods vegan menu. Figuring he had nothing to lose but his misery and with a desire to live and be in love again, he turned himself over to the supervision of young men half his age and for 42 days invested in a program they designed.
He is the subject of the independent movie entitled May I Be Frank: A Film About Sex, Drugs and Transformation and the book May I Be Frank: How I Changed My Ways, Lost 100 Pounds and Found Love Again. Both chronicle his inspiring journey. http://www.mayibefrankmovie.com
Edie Weinstein, LSW is a colorfully creative journalist, inspiring transformational speaker, licensed social worker, interfaith minister, BLISS Coach and the author of The Bliss Mistress Guide To Transforming The Ordinary Into the Extraordinary. She calls herself an Opti-Mystic who sees the world through the eyes of possibility. www.liveinjoy.org
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It is once again tuesday,that special day when your 2 favorite hosts Bigg D and Aroc join forces to bring you your favorite show DMT Radio a toss up of the best music National and local,and random acts of nonsensical conversation,so dont be a buttchin and be the the only one not listening cuz youll look like a fool at the water cooler in the morning at vwork,Detroit Music Toss-Up Tonite @ 9PM only on Michigan United Broadcast
Let's discuss the reactions of people who work for a living and how they feel about people who suck off of the government for a living. Join the show at 10:30am. Call (818)301-5834.
Are you stressing out over your diagnosis of high Cholesterol? Okay. The news isn’t good. You are having all kinds of thoughts: “It runs in my family. It’s hereditary. I’ve tried everything. I don’t want to have to take medicine. What can I do?”
You are not alone. Others have played those same tapes over and over in their own mind. You can’t keep thinking, wondering and hoping, now is the time to do something about it.
Your health is in your hands. Begin the steps to taking charge is what this show is all about. Join Frank and Blondie Clayton, along with guest Nutritionist Vera Stevens for tips on how to get over your self-defeating feelings and thoughts to re-create a NEW YOU!
Why is Religious Fanaticism Growing?
Why do people kill in the name of God? Paula Fouce knows firsthand how religion can be misused after being trapped in a religious riot and nearly losing her life.
Afterward, she began a quest to find solutions to this crisis of intolerance and fanatacism. She met Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama and many inspiring religious
leaders who all say the cycle of hatred can be broken. “Not in God’s Name” is her book, and film. It follows the Dalai Lama’s advice and puts his ideas into action as it tackles fundamentalism and religious intolerance. Paula Fouce has worked in South Asia for many years, including Pakistan and Afghanistan. She’s produced five films on religion and tolerance that have aired on PBS.
Her latest project is “No Asylum: The Family of Anne Frank”, which includes newly discovered information about the Franks trying to emigrate to safety during the Holocaust.
On Friday, March 27, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
Don’t forget we now have an App for the show. Just visit Igluradio.com and download it today.
David Hecker, President of the American Federation of Teachers, Michigan is back this week with his thoughts on a new state Superintendent and a new organizing effort.
Katy Kibbey the Director of Program Operations joins Tony to discuss literacy and their efforts to help with this increasing focus on this critical topic.
State Representative Erika Geiss educates all of us on a breast milk bank that is proving to be beneficial, but is it safe, controlled and fair? The answers may just surprise you.
On Monday a peaceful protest will be taking place at Oakland University, and this is a student based protest to remind us ALL the women have choices and those that hate that they do will do just about whatever it takes to deny them those choices. Stay tuned.
Dan Calabrese, our conservative columnist and commentator is back this week with a grab-bag full of topics. Listen in to hear what’s on his mind this week.
Our Sports Editor in his new time slot, and a new weekly time slot, ends the show talking about the Sweet 16, NBA Playoff chances and the beginning of the end of Spring Training in Major League Baseball.
You are always welcome to join us on-air by calling 855-381-8795. Find us on Facebook by searching for Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People and AUNAmerica, and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @aunamerica.
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