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1- In The Paint interviews former NBA player Eric Williams!!
2-Houston Rockets fire Head Coach Kevin Mchale!! Why??
3- Who is better Lebron James or Stephen Curry??
So... I remarked to some Facebook friends that my head was elsewhere today, and that what I really wanted to do was make apple cake and paint. And that my brain is jell-o. I then asked them what I should talk about today, and they gave the answer that made the most sense: Apple Cake and Paint. And Jell-o. So... listen at your own risk, today. ;)
Hr1 Pentagon says there are too many white males in special forces. Should we drop requirements to make sure they qualify to serve?
Political humorist and YouTube sensation Sunny Lohmann says White Feminism, means shut up white people.
Racism, sexism, discrimination, and more...
Hr2 Man on the street, Mark Dice, asks people to sign the petition to paint the racist, white supremacist White House... brown.
Black mob beats white male. Nothing to see here. Move along. Hate crimes have no color. It's about HATE!
Veterans Administration whistleblower revealed that over 35,000 veterans have been denied health care due to a computer error.
Lot's of campaign promises, nothing changed. Voter woke up to lies & manipulation of Democrat Party.
Ferguson riots, again!
Hr3 Talking Ferguson, police, riots, and more news with Jason Wert, Senior Correspondent with USA Radio News.
Hillary Clinton has flat out broken the law with her email server. Will the DOJ actually do anything?
Looking at the current Democrat presidential candidates... predictions? What's Bernie Sanders appeal? Even if you don't agree, at least he says what he means. No reading between the lies.
Sex change operation for incarcerated inmate serving a life sentence for murder.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by October co-host Carol Marine. Do you often struggle with finding something new to paint? Would you like to paint a series but don’t know how to get started? Today we are going to offer ten great ideas on how you can find new and inspiring subjects to paint! Join us for a very informative show!
Amy Rylander is a powerful voice in the Body of Christ calling forth the Bride into the fullness of her divine destiny.
In 2004 the Lord spoke to Amy and told her that He wanted her to use Art to worship Him and to advance His Kingdom in the earth. She has no formal Art training, but the Lord has taught her by His Spirit. For the past several years the Lord has used Amy's Art to speak to people and His Church. She paints at conferences, in church worship services, retreats, weddings, hospitals, businesses, political events and she paints personal prophetic paintings.
Amy is uniquely gifted at teaching and helping people discover their true identity in Christ and access to all of their inheritance. She also enjoys teaching all ages how to hear the voice of God, discover hidden gifts and talents, and how to flow with the Holy Spirit as well as how to paint prophetically.
Amy and her husband Donald have been married over 21 years. They currently live in Mississippi with their 3 sons.
John 15 is her favorite chapter.
1- ITP interviews NYC Legend & former NBA NJ Net standout Kenny Anderson! We will discuss his career and what he is up to today!!
Andrea Spofford is the author of The Pine Effect (Red Paint Hill Publishing 2015), Qikqtagruk: Almost an Island (Red Bird Chapbooks 2014), and Everything Combustible (Dancing Girl Press 2013). Her poems and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in burntdistrict,The Sugar House Review, Redactions, Revolver, The Portland Review, Puerto del Sol, and others. Andrea is Poetry Editor for Zone 3 Press and Assistant Professor of Poetry at Austin Peay State University.
Andrea’s debut poetry collection locates self within geographical experience, examining the intersection of person and place. Addressing themes of history, transformation, and youth, this collection explores the idea of poet as alchemist and scientist, explorer and observer.
"Andrea Spofford's debut collection is an engaging eco-poetical Bildungsromanin which Nancy Drew becomes a verb, traversed geographies stretch from hippodromes to sandstone caves, and vantage points move from the naturalist's eye to the panoramic gaze of an explorer compelled by the personal histories of place.'I want to tell you about sinking ships—Andrea Doria, Monitor, RMS Rhone./ I want to tell you about black holes, twenty-million bats in darkness'- Spofford's meticulous and striking images lead us to want to hear about it all."--Rebecca Morgan Frank
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