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  • 00:19


    in Real Estate

    June 21, 2015 CECISFM want to say thank you our Father the Late Bobbie Bowens Sr. and John Welchel of American Cast Iron Pipe (retired)   and the Father's who support us each day Enjoy !!!

     What some might not know is that the celebration has a religious history born out of tragedy

    Grace Golden Clayton, a resident of Fairmont, West Virginia, was the first person on record to petition for Father’s Day. In December 1907, a mine explosion in a nearby town killed more than 360 men, many of them fathers. The tragedy left 1,000 children fatherless, which troubled Clayton.

    Father’s Day has become a day of gift-giving and relaxation for many, but that is far from the original intention behind the day,

    " Father’s Day is to acknowledge the importance of close bonds, loving relationships and unconditional love that endures all the joys and pains, ups and downs of human relationships,"

    President Calvin Coolidge supported the idea of a national holiday in 1924, but it wasn’t until 1972, when President Richard Nixon made it a federal holiday, that it became permanent.





  • 00:23

    The Mother of Father's Day, Sonora Dodd

    in Entertainment

    Rez and Andy welcome Jerry Numbers to the show, a leader who is instrumental in carrying on the legacy of Sonora Smart Dodd, founder of Father's Day.

    In 1909 when Sonora heard a Mother’s Day sermon at Central United Methodist Church in Spokane, she was inspired to propose that Father’s receive equal recognition. The following year with the assistance of Reverend Dr. Conrad Bluhm, her pastor at Old Centenary Presbyterian Church (now Knox Presbyterian Church), Sonora took the idea to the Spokane YMCA. The Spokane YMCA, along with the Ministerial Alliance, endorsed Dodd’s idea and helped it spread by celebrating the first Father’s Day in 1910. Sonora suggested her father’s birthday, June 5th, be established as the day to honor all Father’s. However, the pastors wanted more time to prepare, so June 19, 1910 was designated as the first Father’s Day and sermons honoring Father’s were presented throughout the city. It was years, however, before Father’s Day gained national prominence. In 1924 President Calvin Coolidge recognized Father’s Day and urged the states to do likewise. In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a proclamation calling for the third Sunday in June to be recognized as Father’s Day and requested that flags to be flown that day on all government buildings. President Richard M. Nixon signed a proclamation in 1972, permanently observing Father’s Day on the third Sunday in June.

    Today Father’s Day is celebrated from Antigua to Zimbabwe in over 50 countries around the world.  

    Jerry Numbers owns Sonora's former home which is on the National Historic Registry.  You can tour the home on Father's Day or by scheduling a tour.

  • 00:33

    T.Gray Shaw..Musician Berk..6.7.15.GirlgeoRadioShow

    in Entertainment

    Girl George & the Dragons Radio show

    interview::Berkeley Musician Gray ~ 6-7-15  ~

     ~ 3pm (pst)..5pm (cst)...6pm (est) ~

    I talk all the time about How We Sing out Back

    at the Missouri Lounge after the open mic.

    Well this is the Guy that Makes it Happen..He Plays Guitar

    & Know's  nearly every song ever Written.Note by Note..

    He can sing Lead.. He can Sing Harmony..He can play all nite long ..

    We all sing Harmony to him..sometimes we get other Guitars..

    fiddles.. uke's.. ect,,But Mostly its Gray..We all just Sing along..

    The Midnite Choir..My Favorite Part of the Wed.Nite..at the Missouri Lounge.

    DragonSlayerProductions ~ Girlgeo Rocker ~ Berkeley,Ca. # 73-125 ~


  • 01:04

    Hillary For President - Donna Reed On Steroids

    in Current Events

    Tonight we take a look at the perplexing phenomenon of Hillary Rodham Clinton.  She grew up in a nice Republican suburban neighborhood, and actually campaigned for Nixon and Goldwater in the early 1960's.  She moved steadily left in college, as did so many, in an era of turmoil defined by the Civil Rights movement and Vietnam.  Moving into the professions after college, she became an active feminist.  Married to Bill Clinton, a reforming Democrat trying to move his party to the center in the conservatively-minded 1980's, she became a power broker in both politics and the corporate world, being exposed to big money and all its temptations and perks. And became entangled in the emotional storms of a deeply troubled marriage.  These disparate elements of her background are often at war with one another, and the conflict is externalized in the divisions within the Democratic party and the nation as a whole. She seems to be torn between two personas- the traditional good girl who grows up to be a pillar of the community, valuing affection and security, and a modern power hungry Lady Macbeth who must accommodate the bizarre tropes of the modern Democratic party.

    The question, of course, is whether the presidency should be the stage on which this psychodrama plays out.

  • 02:00

    Frat House Saturday #39

    in Sports

    It’s June 6 and, trust me when I tell you – this is REALLY a “relaxed” Frat House Saturday coming your way. Oh, sure there’s a lot of sporting events to talk about . . . and, we will, but let’s just take it easy. It’s the summertime!

    Pat Imig from the “Imig & Moe Show” of CBS Sports 920-AM St. Louis joined us on Thursday for our Frat House Sports Show and we went on a whirlwind conversation about what’s happening with the St. Louis Rams; NFL stadiums; and who’s likely to win the Los Angeles lottery. It’s a conversation that just flies by!

    Frat House Mike is joined LIVE (that doesn’t happen often on a “relaxed” Frat House Saturday) by our good friend Nik Swartz of BaseballHotCorner.com to talk horsies, the Belmont Stakes, FIFA, the NBA Finals . . . oh, and there will have to be a bit of New York Yankees chat!

    We finish it up with children’s-sports author Bob Salomon and the inspiring message he just released in his latest book “Beyond the Laces.”

    Have you gotten the idea yet? This is MUST Saturday afternoon listening . . . it’s fun and oh so “relaxed” so be sure to tune in to Frat House Mike and give him a call at 347 – 826 – 9964!

  • 01:01

    Liberal Fix Radio- The Week in Politics

    in Politics Progressive

    Keith and Naomi discuss the week in politics. Topics discussed include the tragic passing of Beau Biden, the Dennis Hastert sex abuse revelations, and the continued unraveling of Sam Brownback's Kansas. Keith and Naomi also highlight a union victory in Missouri with Governor Nixon vetoing right to work legislation, and they take a look at the Democrats' strong recruiting class for the 2016 Senate races.

    Hosted by sociologist Keith Brekhus from Montana along with Liberal Fix Producer Naomi Minogue.  Every week the two of them feature a special guest and/or tackle tough issues with a perspective that comes from outside the beltway.

    If you are interested in being a guest and for any other inquiries or comments concerning the show please contact our producer Naomi De Luna Minogue via email: naomi@liberalfixradio.com

    Join the Liberal Fix community, a like-minded group of individuals dedicated to promoting progressive ideals and progressive activists making a difference.

  • 00:32

    A Conversation with New York Models - Essence, Jaloni, Alizah

    in Fashion

    Join Nixon Squar'D for an interview with 3 talented models representing New York and Xpozure Entertainment, Inc.  Listen in and find out what they have been up to lately and also the excitement of their participation in the 8th annual Baltimore Fashion Week August 11 - 16, 2015. 

    MEET ESSENCE SEMAJ - Fashion Model, TV Host/Correspondent (Wheatley Heights, NY, USA)

    MEET JALONI BROWN - Fashion Model, Promotional Spokesmodel, TV Host/Correspondent (Newark, NJ, USA)

    MEET ALIZAH SALADIN - Fashion Model, Promotional Spokesmodel (Scotch Plains, NJ, USA)


  • 02:00

    Syndicate Cartel Radio

    in Radio

    Welcome to another edition of Cartel radio we have a blast of a show.We have battle rap vlogger J. Nixon on to talk to our fans. We aslo have our First edtion of Bump it Or Dump It and the Rumor Mill. Next we have a gang of topics to discuss we have summertime fashion , a lil basketball and our first Roast Session sso lock in and get ride Its time to have a ball!!!!!

  • 02:01

    The Frat House Sports Show #195

    in Sports

    The Frat House Sports Gang brings you its 195th weekly edition of its “flagship” program The Frat House Sports Show packed with every sport you can possibly imagine . . .

    . . . highlighted by a visit with Pat Imig the drive-time sports talker of the Imig and Moe Show on CBS Sports 920-AM St. Louis chatting about the future of the St. Louis Rams; which NFL teams will be in Los Angeles; Stan Kroenke; a new St. Louis stadium; Sam Bradford and now Nick Foles.

    They’ll also be joined by Bob Salomon author of “Beyond the Laces”. He chats with the Gang about his projects; his inspiration to create sports-related children’s books that speak to audiences of all ages; and, how he’s always contributed from his projects with a pay-it-forward motivation.

    The guys though will also be looking at the continuing mess inside the FIFA scandal, and, American Pharaoh’s possibility for the first Triple Crown winner (again) since 1978. Also, the NFL now in Germany and Mexico – a college football bowl in Australia – and, Major League Baseball in Cuba? Is enough, ENOUGH? Finally the NBA and NHL are now in their Finals series.  

    THIS is one packed program . . . which will also be including you and YOUR calls at 347 – 826 – 9964!

    BRING IT . . . and bring your best to “The Frat House Gang” – Frat House Mike, Uncle Mark, Sidekick, and Brandon!

  • 01:00

    Moving the Chains

    in Sports

    Moving the Chains

    Join Aaron Fowler as he discusses a variety of topics today at 12pm ET/9am PT


    * Ryan Clady possibly out for the season with ACL tear

    * What impact will Clady’s absence have on Peyton Manning

    * Odell Beckham says double coverage will not work

    * NFLs ten scariest position groups

    * Missouri lawmakers sue Governor Jay Nixon over stadium money for Rams

    * Jake Long visits Giants

    * Sam Bradford is no lock to open season as Eagles’ QB

    * Houston Texans to appear on Hard Knocks


    * Permanent rivalry opponents emphasized in new SEC schedule cycle

    * SEC East breakdown

    To listen to the show, go over to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportzaddix/2015/06/02/moving-the-chains or to listen or be part of the show, simply dial 646-378-1303

  • Syndicate Cartel Radio

    in Radio

    Welcome to another edition of Cartel radio todays topics will be what is up with  summer time fashion, Also we will be discussing womnes choices of men that they chose to have kids with. Special guest battle rap blogger Jay Nixon on to talk his shit and weigh in on a bevy of things we discuss on the show so buckle up leggo!!!!!!