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  • 01:20

    Oral Fixation

    in Entertainment

    Rules to oral sex featuring Ray Tha Jerk. 

  • 01:03

    "10 Ways To Blow Your Mind On Oral"

    in Romance

    Let's just get it out in the open; Oral is important in any relationship!  However the question is:  Are you doing it right?  The Girlfriend Network welcomes you to listen in on this sexy and provocative topic.  Hosting of course will be Taheerah, Nacone, and Karishma but they won't be alone.  Also,  Author Armani Valentino will be dropping by.  Join Us!

  • 01:04

    "10 Ways To Blow Your Mind On Oral"

    in Romance

    Let's just get it out in the open; Oral is important in any relationship!  However the question is:  Are you doing it right?  The Girlfriend Network welcomes you to listen in on this sexy and provocative topic.  Hosting of course will be Taheerah, Nacone, and Karishma but they won't be alone.  Also,  Author Armani Valentino will be dropping by.  Join Us!

  • 00:28

    WAR part 2-Supreme the VOODOO King,Save-A-Hoe ALI,Oral Hoe Oracle,Sticky Vicky

    in Politics

    Supreme say he God But do voodoo, Ali trying to save that HOE vicky, I know he really want to use her nasty ass trick mouth, Oral Oracle keep running her mouth cause she want some vice lord in it, the HARD way, know what Im talkin bout? All yall Dead, you got the wrong one...shoulda never popped slick to a vice lord 55 hoes


    Tonight I break down the shit, I got yall asses, snitch ass supreme,and nuben you a hoe ass nigga and you dead too, path1 I know you plottin on me so you gone too BOY, VICE LORDZ NIGGA

  • 00:37

    Tomás F. Summers Sandoval, Jr., Ph.D., Oral Histories with Chicano Veterans

    in Business

    Tomás F. Summers Sandoval, Jr., Ph.D., Oral Histories with Chicano Veterans of the Vietnam War and their Families


    Pomona College History Department and author of "Latinos at the Golden Gate" from UNC Press (2013)


    Writing


    Tomás F. Summers Sandoval, Jr., Ph.D., historian of the United States, with specialties in Chicana/o histories and California. 


    Currently working on a book exploring the impact of the Vietnam War on Latino communities in the United States, based largely on oral histories with Chicano veterans of the Vietnam War and their families.


    Bio


    Dr. Sandoval, Jr. is the second of three children born to two Chicanos from East Los Angeles, and the grandson of Mexican immigrants who arrived to California in the early and mid 20th century. He grew up in La Puente, CA.


    He states "teaching is my vocation". Dr. Sandoval, Jr. views teaching as a collaborative process of fostering learning in others. 


    He shares "As a child, no one in my immediate (nuclear) family could call themselves a “college graduate.” Today, all five of us hold at least a Bachelor’s degree, four earned a Master’s, and two of us earned our Ph.D."


    Dr. Sandoval, Jr. attended St. Joseph’s Elementary School and Bishop Amat Memorial High School, both in La Puente. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Claremont McKenna College in 1994. Then attended the University of California, Berkeley, received both a M.A. degree (1996) and a Ph.D. (2002) in United States History.


    In January 2006, he joined the faculty of Pomona College, one of the collection of higher education institutions collectively known as the “Claremont Colleges.” 


    Tomas holds a joint appointment in the History Department and Department of Chicana/o ~ Latina/o Studies. In 2012 he was awarded tenure Associate Professor.

  • 00:30

    April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

    in Family

    Did you get an oral cancer screening? Are you sure? Seems most people don’t know if they have had this important screening or not. What is it, what does it feel like, and do you really want to wait for noticeable symptoms of loose teeth and difficulty swallowing. One person an hour dies of oral cancer. If you’re not getting an oral cancer screening ask for one, if you’re not telling your patients they’re getting one, start talking!


    Corinne Jameson-Kuehl, RDH, BS, OMT is from Hartland, Wisconsin and has been involved in the dental field for over 20 years.  Corinne graduated from Marquette University, and the Coulson Institute of Oral Myology.  She is an experienced private practice clinician, practice development consultant and previous dental staffing company founder and owner. Corinne provides Orofacial therapy through her business, “Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy of Wisconsin, which provides evaluation and care for oral dysfunction.” She is the co-chair of the Oral Cancer Foundation in Wisconsin, and is passionate about providing oral cancer awareness to health care professionals.  She can be contacted at happywisconsinfaces@gmail.com


    Host: Shirley Gutkowski


     

  • 00:30

    Oral Health and Carbohydrates with Dr. Jay Apte

    in Radio

    Today on The VedaFoods Health Show with Dr. Jay Apte, we talk about oral health and carbohydrates.


    Join us on the Journey with complete blog post with full info, bio & embeds to video & podcast of interview at: 
    http://carlyalyssathorne.com/oral-health-and-carbs-with-dr-jay


    If you have any questions you would like answered on the show, please email us at: healthshowguest@vedafoods.com


    To be a guest on the show, email us at: healthshowguest@vedafoods.com


    For more information on VedaFoods please visit us at:
    http://www.VedaFoods.com


    For more information on Dr. Jay Apte’s Wellness Center go to:
    http://www.hnwellness.com


    Host, Producer, Director:
    Carly Alyssa Thorne
    http://www.CarlyAlyssaThorne.com



    Medical Disclaimer:
    All of the information shared on “The VedaFoods Health Show” or VedaFoods website, webinars, blogs, podcasts, videos either presented by Dr. Jay Apte or guests are from their own personal experience, research, education, and experience with their clients.


    Every person is an individual and as such we recommend that everyone seek counsel from their own personal doctor before starting any exercise program or health regimen of any kind.

  • 00:30

    Welcome Dr. Erna Mae Francis -Cotton

    in Christianity

    We are pleased to welcome Dr. Cotton to the show. She is a minister, therapist, poes, psycholoigist, and business woman. She has counseled countless many people reach higher heights. Listen as she explains her ministry.  


    Dr. Nicole Erna Mae Francis-Cotton is a transformational leader who has transformed the lives of persons of all ages, races and cultures; couples, families, and organizations through her authentic and passionate love for life and people. She is a certified success coach and holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Tampa; Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Oral Roberts University; and an honorary Doctorate of Divinity Degree from Grace Hill Bible University. Francis-Cotton has been empowering couples, youth, families and individuals as a marriage and family therapist since the turn of the century. 

  • 00:44

    crEATeFest: Hands-On Arts and Food Truck Festival to Benefit Changing Worlds

    in Current Events

    Changing Worlds' Executive Director Mark Rodriguez joins Mary E., to share information about the organization and the up and coming Fundraiser crEATeFest to be held in Chicago's most culturally diverse neighborhoods, Bridgeport. Changing Worlds presents CrEATefest, Family Fun-Day Sunday August 9, 2015. 


    About Changing Worlds Changing Worlds is an educational arts nonprofit organization whose mission is to foster inclusive communities through oral history, writing and art programs that improve student learning, affirm identity and enhance cross-cultural understanding. We work toward our mission through in-school and after-school programs, teacher and teaching artists professional development and community engagement intiatives. Through our combined programs, last year we reached more than 14,000 youths and families in the Chicagoland area. Additional information can be found at www.changingworlds.org.


    Mark Rodriguez, Executive Director  


    As the organization’s first Executive Director, Mark Rodriguez has led Changing Worlds’ development from a small project at one school to a multi-faceted state-wide resource serving over 10,000 residents annually. Rodriguez has worked for over a decade to strengthen Chicago's nonprofits and communities in various roles. In 2007, Rodriguez was selected as one of Chicago's "35 under 35" from the Community Renewal Society. In 2010, he was awarded an Emerging Arts Leaders of Color Fellowship.


    Music by Jefri Payne_ Midnight Dance 

  • 01:40

    Thuli Dumakude- A History Lesson not in a classroom

    in Culture

    Africa the motherland and where there are many storytellers passing on traditions to the African and African American Communities. The stories told answer questions of history, tell of lessons passed on and taught to generation after generation. Through oral tradition the storytellers pass on folktales, traditional knowledge, practices and the richness of the people. History is in the word spoken by storytellers. Thuli will join us and talk about South Africa and through her stories about the young generation and the growth of South Africa. She will talk about how Africa has stayed true to nature and it’s cultural. Thuli will also grace us with stories and information about a new generation that is thriving in Africa. Thuli stated all eyes are on Africa and there is a new birth in the continent. Thuli is winner of the Sir Lawrence Olivier Award in London and the Obie in New York for her lead role in Poppie Nongena. She’s the winner of three (3) Audelco Awards in New York for writing, directing and performing her one woman show Buya, Africa, she also won the FNB Vita Award when she performed Buya Africa at the Civic theatre in Johannesburg South Africa.Thuli played Rafiki in the Lion King on Broadway, Poppie Nongena in New York, London, Toronto, Australia and Chicago. She performed Bongi in Bongi’s Journey at Crossroads theatre in New Brunswick, Lost in the Stars, Kamadonsela (Lady Macbeth) in Welcome Msomi’s Umabatha in South Africa, London, Israel and New York City. Halala the musical at The Ariel off broadway, Sheila’s Day at Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick, Grahamstown Festival and The Market Theatre in Johannesburg, Madre, in Juan Darien, directed by Julie Taymor. She just played the role of grandma in Generations at Soho Rep.Thuli is currently at The Playroom Playroom Theater in NYC performing in Africa My Beautiful. 

  • 01:03

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE- TUES, JULY 28, 2015- 4 PM PST

    in Music

    on FACES OF SUCCESS RADIO with DJ. LAROCK


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    WWW.FACESOFSUCCESSRADIO.COM
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    If you would like to call in to listen or comment live please call (323) 642-1569 choose option (1) to speak


    #FOSRJAMS,#TEAM FOSR


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    Sly and the Family Stone was an American band from San Francisco. Active from 1967 to 1983, the band was pivotal in the development of soul, funk, and psychedelic music. Headed by singer, songwriter, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist Sly Stone, and containing several of his family members and friends, the band was the first major American rock band to have an "integrated, multi-gender" lineup.


    Brothers Sly Stone and singer/guitarist Freddie Stone combined their bands (Sly & the Stoners and Freddie & the Stone Souls) in 1967. Sly and Freddie Stone, trumpeter Cynthia Robinson, drummer Gregg Errico, saxophonist  Jerry Martini, and bassist Larry Graham comprised the original lineup; Sly and Freddie's sister, singer/keyboardist Rose Stone, joined within a year. They recorded five Billboard Hot 100 hits which reached the top 10, and four ground-breaking albums, which greatly influenced the sound of American pop, soul, R&B, funk, and hip hop music. In the preface of his 1998 book For the Record: Sly and the Family Stone: An Oral History, Joel Selvin sums up the importance of Sly and the Family Stone's influence on African American music by stating "there are two typesof black music: black music before Sly Stone, and black music after Sly Stone". 

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