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  • Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #25

    in Sports

    Well, here we go it's September now and about 30 games remaining in the MLB season, and I think Frat House Mike and “Frat Boys” Nick & Sean will be probably determine that it’s no longer necessary to talk about the Washington Nationals or Baltimore Orioles.


    But, they will be talking about the St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and the NL Central. Is it the best division . . . EVER??? Yep, some are saying so and apparently there’s historical evidence to back it up.


    After a slow start, there have suddenly been six no-hitters this season, three in the month of August alone and one from a pitcher some thought might be better in the minor leagues.


    “Shoeless Joe” Jackson has been waiting nearly 100 years to get into the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum  . . . and, it appears that he’ll be waiting a lot longer as Commissioner Rob Manfred denied his reinstatement. What does this mean for Pete Rose’s chance? Joining us to discuss, will be Frat House Sports friend and Founder / Editor-in-Chief of Baseball Magazine baseballmagazine.net, Billy Brost.


    This year’s games have gotten shorter; perhaps Curt Schilling’s media career as well; the Kansas City Royals are dealing with a childhood disease; and a crazy Chicago White Sox fan desecrates Wrigley Field!


    There’s only a few weeks remaining, so you do not want to miss a single one of the last few Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters programs for this season . . . and, be sure to call-in to: 347 – 826 – 9964!

  • 02:16

    Hard Starboard Radio: Political Erectile Dysfunction

    in Politics Conservative

    While Planned Parenthood Cannibalism IX: Fall Out premiers, Pope Francis excuses abortions while the House GOP vows (again) to defund Planned Parenthood; The Sino-Russian Axis is plundering the Arctic, so Barack Obama is deploying an icebreaker to the region after destroying Mt. McKinley; Red China not sweating Trump, but Jeb Bush sure as heck is, while the GOP establishment frantically tries to bring Mitt Romney out of retirement and Kanye West kicks off the 2020 presidential campaign; and the Auschwitz concentration camp museum installs (Wait for it, wait for it) mist showers for their Jewish guests.

  • 00:32

    The Inside Scoop by Spitfire - Jo Giovannoni, Hall of Fame

    in Culture

    Jo is best known for working Parts Counter at the old Villa Park Harley Davidson Dealership in Chicagoland area or maybe it's from co-fouding Harley Women magazine, and of course the Hall of Fame Induction.


    _Inducted in the original National M/C Hall of Fame and Museum in Sturgis (induction took place in Deadwood) in 1996. 


    _AMA's Hall of Fame 


    _AMA roving exhibit honoring women in motorcycling


    Listen to find out how Jo has earned these honors!

  • 02:00

    The Darker Side of Lust - Interview with Abigail Ekue - Author, Photographer.

    in Entertainment

    Abigail Ekue is a New York-based author, photographer and business owner. She is the author of The Darker Side of Lust, an erotic short story collection currently in its second edition. Her interest in biology, anatomy, physiology, health, fitness, psychology and sociology fuels her writing. She is a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer with a B.S. in Sport Sciences. Her written work and insight have been included in AskMen, Maxim Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, VICE, Sensheant Magazine, Clutch Magazine, AM New York, and SheKnows covering sex, dating, body image, feminism and marriage. She also addresses body image, sexuality and human tendencies through her portrait and nude photography. Her images have been featured in print and online magazines, in exhibitions, on the largest billboard in Times Square, The Museum of the City of New York and the Musee du Louvre. As a Native NYer, Abigail Ekue curates and leads travelers on private excursions through her service, Native Creative Concierge. Each excursion is catered to her clients' interests and focused on off-the-beaten path attractions. 

  • 00:46

    Spirits and Spirits Ep2

    in Paranormal

    This week we visit Colin Spoelmen, Co-founder and Master Distiller, at Kings County Distillery in Brooklyn Navy Yard. (http://kingscountydistillery.com) We talk about the past and future of his passion for distilling as well as illegal stills and dirty moonshine. Set inside the Brooklyn Navy Yard, we get the opportunity to peak at the ever creepy ruins of Admiral’s Row and romp about in the Navy Yard Museum “Building 92” Where we met Monica, our awesome ambassador to the secret noises that happen at night there. (www.museumhue.com) (http://bldg92.org/)  


    https://itun.es/i6SJ9FW #iTunes


    https://www.facebook.com/spiritsandspiritsshow

  • Beyond Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans' French Quarter

    in Travel

    In the echo of Hurricane Katrina, World Footprints  will explore a sample of the multiple treasures that can be found in New Orleans.  We will share a wonderful conversation with Chef Leah Chase of Dokie Chase restaurant fame.  Chef Leah is an iconic figure in New Orleans.  She was the inspiration behind Tiana, the principle character in the Disney Animated Picture Princess and the Frog.  Then World Footprints will take listeners through two little known musuems, the Free People of Color museum and the African-American museum.  Other stops on this audio trip include a tour through Treme and a visit to the famed Carosel bar in the Hotel Monteleone. New Orleans is a treasure trove of wonderful museums, rich history and cultural gumbo and today’s show will explore just a few of the treasure today.

  • 00:42

    Spirits and Spirits Ep 2

    in Travel

    This week we visit Colin Spoelmen, Co-founder and Master Distiller, at Kings County Distillery in Brooklyn Navy Yard. (http://kingscountydistillery.com) We talk about the past and future of his passion for distilling as well as illegal stills and dirty moonshine. Set inside the Brooklyn Navy Yard, we get the opportunity to peak at the ever creepy ruins of Admiral’s Row and romp about in the Navy Yard Museum “Building 92” Where we met Monica, our awesome ambassador to the secret noises that happen at night there. (www.museumhue.com) (http://bldg92.org/)  


    https://itun.es/i6SJ9FW #iTunes


    https://www.facebook.com/spiritsandspiritsshow


     


     


     


      

  • 03:52

    How Companies Make Millions Off Lead Poisoned Poor African Americans

    in Culture

    Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Thur. Aug, 27th, 10pm-12midnight EST (7pm – 9pm PST) with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network.  “How Companies Make Millions Off Lead Poisoned Poor African Americans” CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281.  POST YOUR COMMENTS.  WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR.  Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.


     


    1) How Companies Make Millions Off Lead Poisoned Poor African Americans. Lead poisoning is big business for unsuspecting African Americans. 2) A group of African American women are kicked off of a Napa Valley Wine Train for “laughing too loudly”? 3) Olyami Dabls will join us again to talk about The 12 Annual Dabls Bead Museum Festival in Detroit, Sat. Aug 29th. Visit www.MBAD.org for more info.  4)  Black Lives Matter activist form Campaign Zero and unveil their 10 point program.  5) Civil Rights pioneer and the creator of the Selma to Montgomery march, Amelia Boynton has died at age 104.  6) This date in African American History – The Elaine Race Riot of 1919.

  • 02:45

    Black Pastors Protest Sanger, On The Campaign Trail & Latest Movie News

    in Politics

    Paul Kengor-He is a professor of political science and executive director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. His latest book is The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis, The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mentor.  The professor talks about Black Pastors Protest Margaret Sanger at Smithsonian.


    Alexis Levinson-Senior political reporter at National Review, where she covers the 2016 presidential and Senate races takes us to the eye of the GOP Presidential storm.


    Steve Evans-The Movie Guy reports live from Hollywood, CA  on the weekend's box office, with Straight Outta Compton and MI5 coming in 1 & 2 once again.  Plus, this week's coming attractions.


    Barbara Tako-The breast cancer and melanoma survivor, author, organizing/de-cluttering genius and motivational speaker discusses Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools.


    Stacy Washington-A member of the National Advisory Council of the Project 21 black leadership network, and a local talk radio host in St. Louis, Missouri talks about the bitter black reporter who gunned down white ex-colleagues live on air and posted the video online.


    Horace Cooper- Adjunct fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, co-chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board and a legal commentator, asks, "Is the activists narrative that blacks are treated unfairly leading to disgruntled blacks who ultimately go off the edge?"

  • Travel Today -- Sacramento, California

    in Travel

    This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Sacramento, California. Right now, the city is ground zero in one of the worst Southwest droughts in recent history. Sacramento Fire Chief Walt White talks about the wildfire situation—and also what off-the-brochure restaurants keep him and his firefighters fueled so they can keep Sacramento safe. There are dozens of great choices, because Sacramento is not just the capital of California, but is also the self-proclaimed “Farm-to-Fork Capital of the U.S.” and  has compelling reasons to support that claim. How many farms are within a 30-mile radius of the capital? The answer might surprise you. 


    Craig McNamara, Founder of the Center for Land-Based Learning, gives us some remarkably practical advice about living—and traveling—more sustainably. Then, Lial Jones, Executive Director of the Crocker Art Museum, explains some of its more unusual exhibitions and programs, including one on art and pain management. There’s all of this and more when Travel Today with Peter Greenberg broadcasts from Sacramento, California. 

  • 02:05

    Everything w/Kathy B, Tyrone S Mitchell, Host Ami Smith, Curator Phillip Collins

    in Entertainment

    Source Nation! Join us tonight for Power Over Tomorrow and World News.


    6 pm- Join our Resident Financial Advisor, Tyrone Mictchell for, Power Over Tomorrow as he discusses the topic, WHERE IS THE MARKET HEADED?  We all know the stock market can be unpredictable. We all want to know, “What’s next for the financial markets?” Tune in as Tyrone shares his perspective on The Market and how we should prepare.


    7:15-Phillip Collins


    Join us for World News with Host Ami Smith, as she welcomes Phillip Collins, curator of the Bayou Sculptor's Exhibit at the African American Museum of Dallas. www.aamdallas.org. Tune in as Phillip shares details of the, African American Museum of Dallas TX.