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How do we know if our children need extra help in school?
Tonight on "The Official Plug" Olivia A. Floyd & Tamara Thorpe and their guest will be stating their stance on which they prefer Old School or New School. Special guest Aliscia Melton will be talking about her book Sunshine BlackRose from Origination to Maturation a Transformation in Poetic form!
If you have an opinion on the Old School vs New School debate and can offer any suggestions or comments please call in and make your contribution to the program.
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Live 8:00 p.m. Central ~ Ask a Witch with Lady Brigid and Kazan Clark (A.K.A. Mama Bear), is all about sharing, teaching, learning and having fun! Join us every Monday night at 8 P.M. Central time. To join in the discussion, call: 347/308-8222 and press 1 to be a part of the show.
This Week: Samhain and using divination to communicate with the ancestors.
Join us tonight for our 100th show!!!! If this is your first time listening, please check out our archived shows and be sure to join us every Monday night here on PTRN!
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Our station is interactive station for up and coming hip hop artist as well as visiting the classic hip hop songs with the freestyle session and poetry section. All musicians, artists and poets please submit your work to email@example.com. This show as well as the song selected are meant to be waking and exciting the minds of the sleeping giants around & in the world today. Remember to wake up thank much & Wise up to rise up
life is a process that involves bonding to our humanity through external catalysts like mom and dad and experiences. There is also the soul's blueprint to contend with humanly. Bonding starts with the incarnation of the soul after birth of the body that it mates to as its conscious awarenss. How does one bond to his or her human-ness? It begins with being held by parents and family members. From this one's life grows through nurturing, encouragement, development, discipline, adept-ship and finally self- mastery. Welcome to the slapology of dougie fu as my point of view.
Today’s Guest is Jonathan’s sister Janet. I’m sure that we will find a lot of information today about our host.
You can listen to Jonathan on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11:00 AM PST. To listen or talk with Jonathan call 657-383-0369.
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Donya Zimmerman, the principle owner of Powerful Biz Woman, is a business consultant, aspiring author, and public speaker/trainer. Donya received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore's Law School. She has a segment entitled “Powerful Biz Tip of the Week” on the Radio Show “Warrior Woman Radio” hosted by Khadija Ali which runs every Monday at 7:00 pm. Donya also has a segment entitled “Ask the Legal Expert” on the Radio Show “Women Who Rock With Success’ hosted by Diane Winbush which airs every third Thursday of the month at 8:00 pm.
Donya is a contributing writer with the Maryland Daily Examiner Newspaper. She is also a Guest Blogger for Leadership Girl Online Magazine. She is a contributing legal expert writer for the Professional Pastors Magazine and Women Who Rock with Success Magazine. Donya has made article contributions to the Simply Inspirational Women in Business Journal for 2014 published by Dr. Cheryl Cottle. She has her own blog site entitled “Business Development and Conflict Resolution” discussing business development, conflict resolution, and the daily life of being a small business owner.
Donya has also conducted several workshops and speaking engagements on business startups and female entrepreneurship. Donya has few books in the pipeline that will be published in the latter part of 2015.
Donya has GREAT things on the horizon! And now, let's talk about being a Powerful Biz Woman with Donya Zimmerman!!!
So, you feel like we haven’t touched on a financial topic important to you. Well, today is your day!
It’s Potpourri day!
Yes, any financial topic will do. Just call us at 646-929-1020, press the #1 key to raise your hand, and we will put you on the air and address your question or concern.
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Any topic will be addressed honestly and openly, because it is your money and it should matter.
Your Money; Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time, featuring radio personalities Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League and Todd Mark, Navicore Solutions. Plus, we have a wide cadre of guests that join us.
Each week, we discuss financial issues that are most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; and gain helpful advice.
In a nutshell, the author, Gaines Baty, is a Dallas-area CEO and former all-conference football player at Texas Tech. Several years ago, he began doing some research to write a book about the dad he never really got an opportunity to know -- All-American Texas A&M QB Buryl Baty. Long story short, Baty was an all-everything quarterback and local hero who left A&M to serve in WWII. He came back after the war in Europe, re-enrolled, won big, was drafted by the NFL's Detroit Lions, shunned professional football and chose instead to coach at an impoverished school (Bowie High) in El Paso. There, he took a group of Mexican American kids who'd never won a thing or really been fought for in any way (Baty took a real stand against some deep-seated bigotry before anything like a civil rights movement began) and not only greatly shaped their character, but led them to multiple championships. Then, just as they were preparing to win a third, he was killed in an auto accident on a scouting trip. He was 30 years old (a few of the many pics we have are below). Gaines was just three.
50 years later, Gaines embarked on a journey to get to know his dad and tell his story. He interviewed dozens of his former players (who say he completely changed their lives and the course of destiny for their families for generations) and those he played against (he was a contemporary of guys like the legendary Doak Walker and Tom Landry and played them toe to toe. Hall of Fame coach Raymond Berry says, in fact, that Baty was the best back he ever coached). Sept.15 -- Oct. 15 being Hispanic Heritage Month, btw, and the ongoing immigration debate makes what he did all the more relevant.
The book comes highly recommended by the likes of Roger Staubach