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  • 02:29

    Motor City Mafia, presents Lil Tony Grudge talk.

    in Automotive

    Motor City Mafia grudge talk featuring Lil Tony.

  • 02:00

    The Sunday Morning Brunch

    in Sports

    The Sport Show that started everything here at Sport City back to set the sport week off for your Sport Appetite.  Listen in and grab a dish from all topics that range from the NHL Playoffs to the First month of play in the MLB and the countdown to the Battle mostly all sporting fans have been waiting for with Pac Man and Money Mayweather.  We have it all so call in and join Brian Hughes aka Breaking News, Chandler Knight aka Nostradamus and Tyrone Powell bka TP Tymeless will do their best to give the best dishes around the Sport World.  Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs AGAIN!!!!!  And if you don't know...... NOW YOU KNOW!!!!

  • 00:27

    FANTASY SPORTS SUCKS GET A LIFE PUNKS NHL,NBA,NFL,NBA SPORTS TALK

    in Sports

    GANGSTERS SPORTS...live from my jail cell..FANTASY SPORTS SUCK..get a life people...LOL...NHL AND NBA PLAYOFFS TALK...NFL DRAFT...PATRIOTS TALK..part of the sport city chefs NETWORK...where...TP...IS MY LITTLE BITCH...TWEET AND SHARE THE SHOW....call the show..if you dare punks....LOL..SPORTS TALK BABY

  • 00:49

    Worship with City On A Hill Ministries- 04/26/2015

    in Christianity

    Thank you broadcast listeners today is the day the Lord has made we will rejoice and be glad in it. Tune in today @ 12pm for City On A Hill worship.

  • 00:28

    Chief Jane Castor:Community Policing And Innovative Approaches To Reducing Crime

    in Current Events

    Join us on Monday, April 27, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. for a very special interview with the retiring Chief of the Tampa Police Department.    Jane Castor’s decisive leadership is evident in all aspects of her 31 year career. She was elected the first
    female president of a police academy class and 26 years later, she became the first woman to lead the
    Tampa Police Department. Chief Castor has redefined community policing in her hometown and driven
    down the crime rate with her innovative approach to fighting crime.
    Over the course of her career, Chief Jane Castor built a reputation for working side by side with
    residents, community leaders, business owners and neighboring law enforcement agencies to reduce
    crime and improve the quality of life in Tampa. Those community partnerships are the foundation of
    TPD’s dynamic crime reduction strategy, “Focus on Four.” Since its induction in 2003, the plan has
    reduced violent and property crime by 70%.    


    Jane’s strong leadership style is balanced with her efforts to help Tampa’s most disadvantaged children.She recently opened the doors of a multi-million dollar gymnasium for the Police Athletic League. The new facility is now serving more than 300 at-risk children. The department also opened a brand new safe haven for children called the RICH House. It’s the second of its kind offering a safe environment for children to thrive and for parents to connect with social services. Chief Castor’s commitment to at-risk kids is exemplified in her new Young Adult Police Academy. It targets kids on the verge of becoming involved in crime.


    Join us as we say farewell to Chief Jane Castor and commend her for serving the City of Tampa and it's diverse communities with distinction.

  • 00:35

    Celebrity Juice Features Amanda Lamb

    in Entertainment

    Country music is a soundtrack of the south. With the artistry of vocalist and songwriter Amanda Lamb, the compass points to Southern California and the sun swept shores of Orange County. Amanda’s new single, “We Were Here,” is an invitation to a coastline drive and an exuberant nod to her West coast roots. Her wistful “Endless Summer” evokes a vivid panorama of rusted Woodies, shivering palm trees, abandoned surfboards and deserted cottages. “Somewhere the surf’s always up,” confirms this California girl.


    Recorded in Nashville by eminent producer Kent Wells (noted for recent work with Dolly Parton) the tracks feature a skillful collective of Music City players supporting Amanda’s warm, confiding voice. Amanda sang live in the studio, bouncing her musical ideas off of enthusiastic players employing organic instruments. “I just love the vibe,” she says of the famous musical community, “Nashville has such an appreciation for original music.”


    Working with accomplished collaborators Bill Diluigi and Melissa Bollea boosted Amanda’s confidence as a songwriter. She says that her lyrical mission is “To take a cliché that you hear everyday and twist it to make it personal and universal at the same time.”


    Amanda Lamb discloses powerful truths in the song “Something in the Blood,” her personal homage to all of the inspirational people she has met who are living their lives with Type 1 diabetes, a condition that has been part of her reality since she was one year old. “The song is both literal and figurative,” says Amanda, “because there is strength, bravery and courage in my blood.”


    Join us live by calling into 646-595-4937.

  • 00:30

    Recap of Council Meeting and City Attorney Separation

    in Politics

    Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will recap the 4/21/2015 Moreno Valley City Council meeting and discuss the "separation" of City Attorney Suzanne Bryant. They will talk about the FBI raid in the City of Beaumont on City Hall and the company Urban Logics.

  • 00:36

    Brokeback Palm Springs: It's Hot Rodeo and Country Fair Time!

    in Current Events

    The 2015 Palm Springs Hot Rodeo and Country Fair will return from April 30th – May 3rd in Palm Springs and Banning.  In this episode, Jeff Rosenberg, president of the Greater Palm Springs Chapter of the Golden State Gay Rodeo Association (GSGRA), to give us the rundown!


    The annual rodeo festival, produced by the Greater Palm Springs Chapter of the Golden State Gay Rodeo Association (GSGRA), will welcome hundreds of rodeo enthusiasts and fun-seekers for a full weekend of dancing, drinking, pool parties, contests and a real country fair. Rodeo Competition, Festivities and Country Fair will be held on Saturday and Sunday May 2nd and 3rd at the AC Dysart Equestrian Park in Banning, CA, 25 minutes outside of Palm Springs. The remainder of the Hot Rodeo events will be held in Palm Springs and Cathedral City, with host hotel Caliente Tropics Resort being central to the West Valley events. 


    Follow Nicholas on Twitter and Facebook to be alerted at the start of live broadcasts!


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  • 01:30

    The Return of Philosopher and Author Mark Kingwell

    in Books

    Mark Kingwell is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto and a contributing editor of Harper’s Magazine in New York. He is the author or co-author of seventeen books of political, cultural and aesthetic theory, including the bestsellers Better Living (1998), The World We Want (2000), Concrete Reveries (2008), and Glenn Gould (2009). His articles on politics, architecture and art have appeared in many academic journals, including the Journal of Philosophy and the Harvard Design Magazine, and in more than 40 mainstream publications, among them Harper’s, the New York Times, the New York Times Magazine, the New York Post, the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian, Utne Reader, BookForum, the Toronto Star, and Queen’s Quarterly; he is also a former columnist for Adbusters, the National Post, and the Globe and Mail.


    Mr. Kingwell has lectured extensively in Canada, the United States, Europe, the Middle East, and Australia on philosophical subjects and had held visiting posts at Cambridge University, the University of California at Berkeley, and at the City University of New York, where he was the Weissman Distinguished Visiting Professor of Humanities in 2002. Mr. Kingwell is the recipient of the Spitz Prize in political theory, National Magazine Awards for both essays and columns, the Outstanding Teaching Award and President’s Teaching Award at the University of Toronto, a research fellowship at the Jackman Humanities Institute, and in 2000 was awarded an honorary DFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design for contributions to theory and criticism. His most recent book is a collection of political essays, Unruly Voices (2012); he has also recently published two illustrated pamphlets, Frank’s Motel (2013) and Democracy’s Gift (2014).

  • 02:05

    BOOCHCAST GOES EXTREME

    in Wrestling

    Today on The Boochcast,  Police Taser and Arrest Severely Autistic Man for Walking Down the Street, Older Man Knocks Out Young Punk While Defending His Wife. Also we will be recapping WWE Extreme Rules, getting into some news, and take your calls at (347)-838-8433.
     

  • 00:27

    Milling About with Ted Neeley

    in Entertainment

    It's been 42 years since the original cast and crew of the 1973 film Jesus Chris Superstar have all been in the same room together, and tonight (April 27), Director Norman Jewison, Ted Neeley (Jesus,) Yvonne Elliman (Mary Magdalene,) Barry Dennen (Pontius Pilate,) and Josh Mostel (King Herod); to name a few, will reunite for a special screening at the Beekman theater in New York City.


    Getting the band back together so to speak would've happened much sooner for Ted whose boundless enthusiasm for what he calls his life-changing role has never left. He tells host Robin Milling, “I've been trying to get this reunion to happen since the film came out. I've been trying to get all of us together to do another production; if nothing else just to hang out for a few days. It's never happened until now. And the fact that we'll all be in the same place at the same time with Norman is a miracle!”


    Miracles have been known to happen in the life of Jesus Christ, but it almost didn't happen for Ted who reveals he almost missed out on being cast in the iconic role. He also tells Robin how he met his wife of over 40 years, Leeyan Granger on the set and how their two children have been happily following dad's adventures as a superstar.


    Most actors run from one role defining their legacy but Ted has embraced Jesus, still performing the role wherever and whenever he can; most recently touring Italy for a year. He says joyfully, “It completely changed my life, spiritually, personally. So why slap that in the face? And I still love it; every performance is like the first time all over again. That music starts to play and I just lift off the ground, 'ok take me wherever you want me to go!”