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  • 01:01

    The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review and Discussion

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    Really Cool People...all across the country will be tuning-in to "The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review & Discussion" – live – every Wednesday – 5-6 pm (EST) on www.goproradio.com.

  • 01:00

    Indie Books #102 (B. R. Sanders)

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    Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest. 


    Author B.R. Sanders joins me to talk about their book Ariah and more.


    Ariah's magical training has been interrupted. Forced to rely on a mentor, Dirva, who is not who he claims to be, and a teacher who is foreign and powerful, Ariah is drawn into a culture wholly different from the elven one that raised him. As his friendship with Dirva's brother blossoms into a surprising romance, and he slowly learns how to control the dangerous magic in his blood, life finally appears to be coming together for Ariah—but love and security are cut short by a tyrannical military empire bent on expanding its borders. War, betrayal, passion, and confusion follow Ariah as his perilous journey leads him beyond the walls of the Empire, and into unfamiliar territory within himself. Along the way, he’ll discover just how much he’s willing to give up to find his place in the world, and he’ll learn what it means to sacrifice himself for freedom—and for love.


    For more about B. R. Sanders:


    http://brsanderswrites.com


    http://www.amazon.com/B-R-Sanders/e/B00CDUBUD6

  • 00:08

    The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review and Discussion

    in Education

    Really Cool People...all across the country will be tuning-in to "The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review & Discussion" – live – every Wednesday – 5-6 pm (EST) on www.goproradio.com.

  • 02:07

    The Mid Week in Review-Fall Session Starts this Wed at 7:30pm EST

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    Let's try this AGAIN!  Check out the latest sonic colloquium courtesy of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review podcast airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST.  Join Dburt and Captain Kirk as they discuss the following (mid) weekly subjects: some folks at Fox News (i.e. Bill O'reilly and Elisabeth Hasselbeck) are positing the notion that the Black Lives Matter organization may actually be a hate group (against the police); our thoughts about Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards (Kanye for President is definitely a sign of the apocalypse); Hunger Games actress, Amandla Stenberg has a comic book coming out this November; a new James Bond scribe believes that British actor, Idris Elba is too street to play the legendary fictional spy; we finally tackle the viral rant (and the fallout) of St. Louis resident, Peggy Hubbard pertaining to the inefficacy of BLM; Iconic Horror film director, Wes Craven passes; A recent HuffPost piece highlights 8 science fiction predictions that are becoming reality.  And lastly, our impressions of a fascinating movie trailer by filmmaker, Dennis Liu, entitled Raising Dion about a young mother of color rearing a child with super powers.  

  • 01:01

    Indie Books #101 (Lorena Bathey)

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    Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest. 


    Author Lorena Bathey joins me to talk about her books. We'll start with the forthcoming Meeting Ms. Monroe and then talk about her other books as well.


    Mary Monroe has dyed black hair, pale face, and Goth makeup. She works at a trendy restaurant, but is not enamored of the celebrity lifestyle.  Soon after her 25th birthday Mary meets with her mother’s lawyer and is shocked to learn she's been left millions. As she leaves his office he hands her a letter from her mother and a key to a secret storage space. When she opens the storage space she finds furniture, suitcases, and dresses all belonging to the legendary Marilyn Monroe.


    Buying a new home with her new found wealth she furnishes it with the items from the storage space. But what happens next is nothing short of a miracle - or a nightmare. Mary finds herself blacking out and when she awakes she has a new hairstyle, clothes, and most intriguing and frightening of all...letters written to her by Marilyn Monroe. Plunged into a world she doesn’t remember, Mary tries to keep her sanity as she appears to be living the double life of a legend.

     Follow Mary Monroe as she moves back and forth in time not sure she if she will lose herself or find another.


    For more about Lorena Bathey and her books:


    http://www.lorenabbooks.com


    http://www.amazon.com/Lorena-Bathey/e/B004TNQW7O


    http://amzn.com/B00BJ8B060


    http://amzn.com/B00DJXTG0K

  • WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Laura Pedersen

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    http://www.laurapedersenbooks.com/


    Life in New York: How I Learned to Love Squeegee Men, Token Suckers, Trash Twisters and Subway Sharks ~


      Laura Pedersen, author of bestseller Play Money and award-winning Buffalo Gal, serves up a hilarious memoir about three decades of city life. Originally from Buffalo, New York, friends thought the seventeen-year-old was suffering from blizzard delirium when she left for Manhattan. Pedersen experiences her adopted city in the best and worst of times while becoming the youngest person to have a seat on the stock exchange, performing stand-up comedy, and writing a column in the New York Times. Neighborhoods that feature chai bars, Pilates studios, and Gymboree were once drug dens, ganglands, and shantytowns. A trip to Central Park often ended in Central Booking, identifying a perp in a lineup.


      New Yorkers are as diverse as the city they so colorfully inhabit, cautious but generous, brash but welcoming. Both are captured through the comedic eye of Pedersen. Enjoy an uproarious romp down memory lane as the city emerges as the modern metropolis we know today.


      Laura Pedersen is an author, humorist, and playwright. She was also the youngest person at age twenty to have a seat on the American Stock Exchange, while earning a finance degree at New York University's Stern School of Business. She wrote for The New York Times and is the author of Play Money, Beginner's Luck (chosen as a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection), Planes Trains, and Auto-Rickshaws, Buffalo Gal and Buffalo Unbound.

  • 02:01

    THIS WEEK ON THAT NERD SHOW 2.0: Everything about the Walking Dead and Zombies

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    THIS WEEK ON THAT NERD SHOW 2.0  with Marcus Blake and Brendan Sith and with guest host Tim Helfrich.  This week we are talking abou the Walking Dead and its spinoff plus why zombies are so popular in Pop Culture thse days.  We also have reviews on AGENT 47, Diggion for Fire, Scream Queens, and the pilot espide of Fear the Walking Dead.  Plus we have a game review of Madden 16.  Listen to the show @thatnerdshow.com at 5pm cst. 

  • 01:00

    Mad Women of Smoking Hot Politics

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    After a summer hiatus, Kimberley Irvin and Julie Driscoll are back - the Mad Women of Smoking Hot Politics - the Mad Women tilt left, but all callers are welcome.  We have a lot to catch up on after a long, hot summer . . 

  • 01:59

    Culture Freedom Radio Presents.....ALLBLACKEVERYTHING

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    On tonight's episode of ALLBLACKEVERYTHING we will take a look at public school system.  The effects it has on Afrikan children, adults and thus our race as a whole.
    We will offer home school tips and ways to supplement for the parent would nay not have the availability of home schooling.


    The call in number to listen or chime in the contact number is 347-850-8030 
    9 pm est

  • 01:01

    The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review and Discussion

    in Education

    Really Cool People...all across the country will be tuning-in to "The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review & Discussion" – live – every Wednesday – 5-6 pm (EST) on www.goproradio.com.

  • 00:33

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author K.S. Elliot

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    Fallen Acres: A Girl's Voyage Beyond Life Without Her Parents ~


      When You Face Your Greatest Fears, You Find Your Truest Self... The Elliotts are a typical American family: they look content and functional to outsiders, but really, they’re navigating difficult family dynamics. Two introverted parents with passionate feelings who have learned to master and subvert their anger find themselves confronted by a drama-fueled oldest daughter, and a self-absorbed middle daughter. The author, their youngest daughter, tries as hard as she can to be the perfect child—she doesn’t cause trouble, she stays away from angry scenes. But the repression that makes her passive and avoidant causes her reckless nature to come out in other ways…in a series of bad decisions that lead her, at the age of 40, to a place where she is determined to do the right thing for her parents during their late-life crisis. Her story is one of heartache, loss, lessons learned, truths uncovered. It’s about the ways in which God and fate intervene to show us what we’re made of. It’s a powerful testament to the need for compassion and realism with aging parents and end-of-life issues. But most of all, it’s a story of identity and redemption—and how one girl ran away from her hurtful family issues only to find that immersing herself back into her family’s world was the way to claim who she really was. Lyrical, honest, and vivid, Fallen Acres is a memoir both deeply relatable and profoundly valuable.