• 01:36


    in Entertainment


    Oveous  is the voice millions have fallen in L’Ove with. He’s had the honor of working and recording with great producers and legends such as grammy award winners Roy Ayers, Louie Vega, and Osunlade (Yoruba records) just to name a few. His voice has cultivated a tremendous following, based on an uncompromising allegiance to breathing real life into his words and an undying commitment to keeping his late brother’s gift of lyricism alive. Shortly after his first open mic in 2003 at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Oveous landed a lead role in the film SPIT, won the Apollo Amateur Night multiple times, was featured on HBO’s original series Def Poetry and became a 3 time national poetry finalist. Oveous is the music and voice we’ve been all waiting for.


  • 01:01

    Introducing Root Wombmyn Radio With Osunlade & Camara Meri

    in Women

    We are an international collective of sacred and divine wombmyn of African descent who are committed to the healing of ourselves by remembering the truth of who we are..... We believe in our divine power to shift Universal consciousness by first beginning with ourselves - elevating and expanding our own vibrations - and thus creating a ripple effect of divine right goodness that permeates our own being, our families, our communities, our nation, and our world...
    Join us as we discuss the Vision for the Root Wombmyn movement. We welcome your thoughts on the healing of the Global Afrikan community.

  • 01:00

    Tribute to House Music Master OSUNLADE presented by the Underground Railroad

    in Music

    The Underground Railroad Presents "Only Osunlade." A tribute to House Music Master Osunlade With your host T-Tory bringing you the very best in House Music, Deep House, Vocal House and Classic House music. Friday and Sunday Nights at

  • 01:07

    Root Wombmyn, ReBroadcast Episode: Stephanie Alston-Nero

    in Spirituality

    Join us as we do a RE-Broadcast of probably one our most moving and powerful shows to date! If you missed it, take a listen and we will be back next Wednesday!
    Stephanie Alston-Nero is an artist, poet, and shamanic practitioner in private practice in Harlem and Stone Feather Retreat in the Catskill Mountains. She studied shamanism with Malidoma Patrice Some and Sandra Ingerman in Santa Fe, NM. She teaches practical, graceful ways to heal the body, heart and soul. She specializes in chronic pain and emotional suffering, ancestral healing, and the healing of artists. 
    Stephanie is creator and facilitator of Healing History Workshop: Transforming the Wounds of Slavery, Racism, Oppression. This edu-spiritual workshops uses the contemplative and creative arts, ritual, poetic, and shamanic practices to heal the whole self of the toxicity of oppression. She teaches EFT energy medicine and shamanism.Stephanie is writing a performance piece about her journey to the ancient path of shamanism.  Healing-History.com

  • 03:00

    Wanda's Picks: Theatre of War, Kalakuta, FELA, Robey Theatre

    in Art

    Timothy Hull, an A.C.T. Master of Fine Arts Program grad who has been deployed to Iraq, speaks about Theatre of War Productions in Collaboration with A.C.T., USF this weekend: Sunday, Nov.13-14, 2011, 7 PM both days at University of San Francisco's Presentation Theater, 2350 Turk Blvd., San Francisco, CA. Reservations are recommended: 415.749.2228 or act-sf.org KALAKUTA @ Oasis Restaurant & Bar, Sat., Nov. 12, 2011 at 135 12th Street Oakland, CA from 9:00 PM - 2:00 AM, $10 before 11pm $15 after features: Wunmi World! afro-funk : afro-beat : house : soul : afro-couture: In the world of dance music, Wunmi is a one-off, an artist that effortlessly joins the dots between Nigeria’s Afrobeat heritage, New York’s house pedigree and London’s jazz, broken beat and classic street soul sounds. After ten years of classic collaborations working with production heavyweights like Masters At Work, Osunlade, Seiji and Truby Trio; Wunmi is finally flying solo with her acclaimed debut album, entitled A.L.A Born in London, Wunmi aka Ibiwunmi Omotayo Olufunke Felicity Olaiya lived in Nigeria for 10 years, returning to the UK at age 14. http://www.wunmi.com/ Robey Theatre Director, Ben Guillory & Playwright, Kurt Dana Maxey whose Pity the Proud Ones continues Friday-Sunday, Nov. 11-13 at LA Theatre Center www.thelatc.org  We close with cast from FELA! Adesola Osakalumi (Fela Anikulapo-Kuti Alternate), Nicole Chantal de Weever(Ensemble) & Oneika Phillips(Sandra U/S, Ensemble) who open at the Curran Theatre Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011, 8 PM, continuing through Dec. 11, 2011, in San Francisco.