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in Self Help
Join us Angels for a wonderful show about how LIFE IS A SITCOM! We will have Empowering Affirmations, a Special Guest from Endless SatSang with us as well as a great meditation to open you up and more!
As you move through your week ask yourself if your willing to LAUGH at your life? How serious do you take yourself and others? What perspective are you looking through?
Those questions and more will be answered right here on BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE RADIO!
Nov. 2nd @ 3;30pmPAC/6:30pmEST Right here @http://www.buzzardskorner.com
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BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE RADIO
bringing people back to themselves
Outline is hosted by three dynamic women Jae Monique, Sarah Figueroa and Yolanda Renae. The hosts give their real opinions on trending topics.
O.J. Simpson contemplates suicide in Kim Kardashian’s childhood bedroom in the movie “American Crime Story”
TGT broke up
Nicki Minaj has a new sitcom and she hand-picked the cast
Amber Rose shuts down butt pad rumors
Michael Colyar played Mr. Whitaker, Gina Water's boss, on the extremely popular '92-'97 sitcom Martin, and he's jumping into our Season Finale to talk about it as well as the decline of such a culturally significant and once thriving genre of black television. Thanks for a fantastic season y'all !
What is the Best Black Sitcom of All-Time? We polled our fans. Find out what everyone thinks is the Best Black Sitcom ever!
What's your Fave? Why is it your Favorite? Does it tell the generation in which you grew up or can it indicate how culturally connected you are?
Join the Great Black Sitcom Debate !! Call us (646) 595-3259 !
Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. This week marks our FALL TV Preview. We take a look at what we’re most looking forward to in the new season. Also with the recent success of the Mr. Robinson and The Carmichael Show, we discuss whether the black sitcom staged a comeback.
in Pop Culture
Moore, 45, and Fields, 46, started off as friends this season when the former sitcom actress made her debut, but they have since feuded bitterly. This week's episode showed Moore even pulling Fields' chair away from the table — with the mom of two still in it.
Its about that time that The MADHOUSE....takes you down memory lane....AGAIN!! Tonight, the crew presents to you....DUSTY SUNDAY "RETRO SITCOM EDITION"!!! Remember the shows of yester year?? The ones that made you smile, made you laugh, and even have made you shed a tear. Its going to feel so good as they discuss old school sitcoms and MORE!!! Enjoy the show and Welcome inside of The MADHOUSE!!!!
**Music and audio clips that are occassionally used on the show...are protected by fair use and are the soul property of all those involved in their creation. NO infringement intended!!**
8:15 ~ Special guests tonight include Keysen Jackman and Chris Thomas of Red Pharoah Media for our first segment where we'll talk about their up and coming urban sitcom, That's Unk.
9:15 ~ Stay with us for our second segment with Futuristic Faith, he'll tell us about his newest music and what he's got goin on, he stays on the move so you defintely don't wanna miss a second!
**S/O to Koolaide for the opening cut!!**
Today is my 6th. year anniversary for my radio show on the Blog Talk Radio Network. For my 6th. year and 135th. show Mackenzie Phillips is my very special guest she is an actress and singer best known for her roles in American Graffiti and as rebellious teenager Julie Cooper on the sitcom One Day at a Time. She is most recently known for her role on Disney channel’s science – fiction show So Weird. She will be sharing the story of her incredible and turbulent childhood, how she battled severe addiction and made it to the other side; to a life of recovery and helping others. Mackenzie is the daughter of John Phillips, lead singer of the 60s band, The Mamas and the Papas. As a troubled teen star, Phillips made several visits to rehab before getting sober. Mackenzie’s struggles with addiction have been well documented in her bestselling memoir High On Arrival and in the media. She now wishes to use her past experiences to help others and offer hope to individuals who are struggling with substance abuse and addiction. She is now working for the Pasadena Recovery Center as their Recovery and Treatment Advocate, running groups on a weekly basis. For California listeners, every month Pasadena Recovery Center welcomes experts, celebrities and authors to their Speaker Series Event where members of the community can attend; listen to inspiring stories, learn about addiction treatment, and more. For more info on the next speaker series, follow Pasadena Recovery Center on Facebook https://twitter.com/MackPhillips , https://www.facebook.com/mack.phillips.33?fref=ts
Special Wednesday edition of the program all about TV. Our guests: Debra Martin Chase, executive producer, and Erica Montolfo-Bura, executive producer and writer of Zoe Ever After, the new sitcom starring Brandy Norwood on BET. Also: Linda Swain, host and producer of Tapping In, a new series of quarterly specials in syndication.
Hr1 Is Facebook going to start censoring anti-refugee speech?
Cherilynn Harley LeBon talks GOP Primary and how its centered around defining what Conservative really means. Trump supporters don't care whether or not he's a Conservative. They like what he stands for! And they aren't all Republicans!
Where's the accountability for the Flint, MI water poisoning?! People are fed up with the blame game. They just want results.
Hr2 Humorless people tear down the Big Bang Theory. Some people just need to lighten up or change the channel. It's a sitcom not a documentary!
Xander Gibb with X-RAD Daily! talks political correctness, neutralizing gender in the military, and more.
Why do people get so offended all the time over such inconsequential things? If I have to hate you to be part of a specific community, then I don't want to be part of that community!
The US Navy is throwing gender-specific titles overboard.
You can attack Sarah Palin's children, but you can't attack her love for this country.
Hr3 Did you see any mainstream media coverage of the March for Life? They're calling it a "small" crowd because of the impending winter storm. Did you see the pictures?!
California candidate for US Senate, Tom del Beccaro talking GOP presidential primary and more! It's natural in any setting for the establishment not to like the new guy. This is the ultimate outsider year.
First National Black Association endorses Donald Trump.
And Trump jumps 6 points in the polls after Sarah Palin's endorsement. So much for irrelevant!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
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