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  • 00:29

    Teh Random Talk: Randomness with Ryan and Eddie 2 Year Special To Air Soon

    in Entertainment

    Tonight, we will be advertising for the Randomness with Ryan and Eddie 2 Year Anniversary Special. Listen to this episode of Teh Random Talk with Eddie Hinkle for more details. 

    Homer Bouvier Memorial Chat: youcastradio.weebly.com

    Vaughn Live: vaugnlive.tv/eddie_hinkle

  • Meet the Cast of Loves Gonna Get'cha A Stage Play by Ron Jones & Esther Wright

    in Entertainment

    Esther Renee Wright, author with Imani Faith Publishing will be talking about her journey to publication. Then, Christian Daigle, Shanna Richards, Hope Penns, Brandon Woodson, Rebekka Bryant, Wendell Vaughn, and playwright Ron Jones  join Cheryl as they talk about the new stage play Loves Gonna Get'cha. Real Life Real Faith Media is a proud sponsor of the play. 



    in Entertainment

    Saxophonist Marcus Anderson returns with two new releases.  Marcus Anderson Xperience (his first live cd), celebrates his 10th anniversary in the business.  The Marcus Anderson Xperience is a two-disk set that includes the story behind each song.  His 2nd release, AND Coffee, coincides with the release of his new coffee line on October 16.  This eleven track disk features Darnell "Showcase" Taylor, guitarist Matt Marshak, trumpeter Lin Rountree, keyboardist Nicholas Cole and bassist Julian Vaughn.  Each track is named after a coffee beverage.

    Follow Marcus on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

  • 00:32

    Push My Story by Pastor Mina Livingston | Christianity Podcasts

    in Christianity

    Why are you getting dirty? John 15:3 You are clean through the word..., Joshua 24:14-        There is a leak through the pipeline...there is a enemy in the camp...

    Galatian 1: 8 New International Version

    But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let them be under God's curse!

  • 01:31

    LOTL THE COMFORT ZONE Welcomes Actress Countess Vaughn from Hollywood Divas'

    in Music

     Very early Countess established herself as a young singer with a dynamic voice. In 1988 she sang her way to stardom by becoming "Star Search" Junior Vocalist Champion. From there her TV career was born. She co-starred on NBC's "227". She had recurring roles on "Hangin' With Cooper," and "Roc." In 1995 she was a part of the original cast of "Moesha" playing the role of "Kim." In 1999 UPN's "The Parkers" debuted with Countess starring in this "Moesha" spinoff. Also in 1999 she was a part of the cast of the movie, "Trippin'". From the NAACP she has received The Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Award, and in 1998 she received that organization's "Image Award." Future plans are to do an album and act in more movies.IMDb Mini Biography By: Leo Vaughn,

  • 02:22

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show

    in Art

    1. Thomas Simpson, founder, director, AfroSolo Arts Festival 21, to talk about My Brother’s and Sister’s Keeper/SF and San Francisco’s Unified School District’s BLACK FAMILY: Cradle to College and Career Day Resource Fair (Saturday, 9/19/15) at Mission High School 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM, 3750 18th Street in San Francisco.

    2. Deborah Vaughn, co-founder, director, Dimensions Dance Theatre and Micia Mosely, comedian, join us to talk about The Town on Notice, Oct. 17, at the Malonga Casquelourd Theatre in Oakland. Combining dance, live music, spoken word and stand-up comedy, The Town takes on the subject of Oakland's gentrification as an invitation for meaningful dialogue. For tickets visit brownpapertickets.com or call 800-838-3006.

    3. Aviva Kempner's films investigate non-stereotypical images of Jews in history and celebrate the untold stories of Jewish heroes.  Here current film, ROSENWALD is the incredible story of Julius Rosenwald, who never finished high school but rose to become co-owner of Sears, Roebuck & Co. Influenced by the writings of the educator Booker T. Washington, he joined forces with African American communities to build over 5,300 schools across the segregated South during the early part of the 20th century, providing 660,000 black children with access to education. Landmark Theatres Engagement begins Friday, Sept. 11, 2015 at Opera Plaza Cinemas, 601 Van Ness, San Francisco, Shattuck Cinemas, 2230 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley.


  • 00:32

    Jaime Wright with Lolly's Locks Connects Wigs with Cancer Patients

    in Lifestyle

    Jaime Wright with Lolly's Locks Connects Wigs with Cancer Patients

    Please join us for an inspirational cocktail party and wig-centric fashion show. We are honored to present a very special fashion show featuring the designs of Kate Pankoke from Project Runway. Kate, a Project Runway All-Star, will be debuting the 2016 wedding gown collection of her brand, Elaya Vaughn Bridal, and showcasing wigs by Lolly’s Locks’ partner, Shevy Wigs.

    Discover the event: https://lollyslocks.org/event/new-york-city-night-of-fashion/

    Lolly’s Locks connects high-quality wigs with cancer patients who are suffering hair loss as an effect of chemotherapy, and who are unable to afford them.  Lolly’s Locks is a way to honor the memory of wife and mother-extraordinaire, Lolly Toll, who lost her 15-month battle of cancer in March, 2012.



    in Entertainment

    Saxophonist Lebron releases his 2nd album "New Era" featuring Keith Fluitt, trumpeter Lin Rountree, bassist Julian Vaughn and vocalist Rachael Gehmlich.  Ronald Jackson from The Smooth Jazz Ride said about New Era, “Truly an album of class, funk, romance, soul, and feel-good energy.

    Follow Lebron on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


  • 01:07

    Turning Up The Gospel With Lady T, Godz Messenger and Diversity

    in Religion

    Godz Messenger Brought up in a family that attended church regularly (on Sundays), I was one who believed that GOD was real, but I didn't understand or experience the power and essence of HIS love. I knew I didn't want to end up or go to that place called hell. I got to a point where I didn't want to go to Church anymore, due to a desire of becoming a professional basketball player. I also fed on singing love songs because it brought attention, as well as girls. 

    As time passed on I had to make a choice between basketball and singing. I analyzed my height and injured knee, it was easy to make a decision. Singing was the choice, I could stand way in the back and let Troy Sanders, Vaughn Burks, and Carlos Munoz (members of the Finest Hour), do the lead singing. 

    Diversity Diversity (Darius Robinson) has a sound that is destined to cause people to
    sit up and take notice. His down to earth delivery of the gospel through
    practical everyday life makes the gospel relative and personable to the
    listener. He has managed to package the gospel for diverse audiences based
    on scripture; hence the name, Diversity.  His music presents a message of
    hope and truth for people of all walks of life.

    Diversity has uncovered a hidden gift to sing. He has chosen to use this
    gift to glorify the giver of his new found talent. “Glorify You” is a song
    of adoration and gratitude to the God of his salvation. This updated
    classic groove is infectious and Diversity’s smooth delivery is soothing
    and uplifting; sure to have you quickly singing along.

  • 01:03


    in Entertainment

    Trippin N Rhythm's recording artist keyboardist and producer Nicholas Cole is back with this third release, Night Sessions.  With a killer horn section and featuring saxophonist Steve Cole on Date Night, basist Julian Vaughn on My Love, Anthony Saunders on So Good, and Kay-Ta-Matsuno on Hide and Seek.  Night Sessions is available on Amazon.

    Follow Nicholas on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

  • 01:24


    in Lifestyle

    Romella Vaughn was born on November 9, 1972, in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she was born and raised.  She now resides in Dallas, TX. She is the happy wife of Jude Vaughn and loving mother of their two children.  She loves all things fashion and has worked for the government for over 17 years. Her mother struggled with alcohol and drug addiction, so she and her siblings was forced to move in with their ill dad.  Life was nothing normal for Vaughn. She was forced to take on adult responsibilities at the age of 10. Throughout her years of life, she wanted to give up and often wished she was dead. In the year of 2014, Vaughn’s life made a complete 360-degree turn. Vaughn decided to ask God what was her purpose. God instructed her to write a book titled, “Naked,” which was the first step to her healing process.  “Naked” shares her personal hurts, frustrations, disappointments, bitterness, setbacks, living with unforgiveness in her heart, breaking patterns and how her relationship with Christ saved her life.  It explains how forgiving others is the first step to a clean heart, clean mind, a happier life, and most of all a complete love of Christ. Vaughn promised to claim and live a better life for herself, her family, and most importantly for God.  Becoming naked before God and continuing her journey to fulfill her purpose, she expose the true essence of the beauty of how to live past hurt and worries. Today she continues to walk in purpose by uplifting, encouraging others, and trusting God’s plan for her life.