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  • 03:07

    Rowlett Eagles vs Sachse Mustangs TX High School Baskeball Pregame & playxplay

    in Football

    Rowlett Eagles vs Sachse Mustangs


    Texas High School Baskeball Pregame & Play-by-Play

  • 01:00

    Episode #5: Conversation with Foodie Jessie A. Lyles-Roach.

    in Food

    Listen in as we chat with a Chicago Foodie who is created Chi-Town Chefs a great Facebook group promoting networking amoung minority chefs. 

  • 02:31

    The Sonny Thomas Show

    in Current Events

    Sonny covers the latest news and featuring guest: fellow Resolution Radio host Karin Smith of RADIO FREE SOUTH AFRICA to talk about the eirie similarities to the Boer of South Africa and the American farmer/rancher via LaVot Finicum and the Bundy's


    www.SonnyThomas.com @SonnyThomasShow


     


    MUSIC: METAL CHURCH & LION


     


    Visit our other sites in the Sonny Thomas rhelm:


    www.SpringboroTeaParty.com @SpringboroTea


    www.TheHMD.com @TheHMD


    www.CofCCOhio.org @CofCCOhio

  • 02:39
  • 02:00

    Dear DeRay Mckesson - A City Is Not A Trending Topic - #28Candidates.

    in Entertainment

    DeRay Mckesson.... nah son

    You're obviously running for Mayor as a farce. 
    And this publicity stunt too... shall come to pass. 

    We have some suggestions from the social networks for topics to hit up on tonight's episode. 
    These are the quesitons. 

    1. WW request: rules for white people, especially during Black History Month.
    2. Spoon theory?
    3. And how white people treat POC histories, identities, and other components as their playground under some pretext of curiosity or catharsis.
    4. Online vs. offline personas and abuse within the "social justice" community

    In The News. 
    CHICAGO — A study of the police union's statements given immediately after police-involved shootings shows that the union has provided a false narrative in nearly half of its statements since 2012, according to reports.
    The family of a D.C. man are seeking answers after he was found dead while in handcuffs and in "special" police custody.

    Police say they found Alonzo Smith, 27, inside an apartment complex after responding to three 911 calls regarding an assault,
     


    Two NYPD officers were shot, one gravely wounded, in the Bronx on Thursday — just miles away from where Mayor Bill de Blasio was giving his State of the City address, sources said.


    The cops were injured when gunfire erupted in the Melrose Houses on E. 156th St. shortly after 8 p.m.


    We need your monthly monetary subscription at our patreon. 
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    Those one time hits at the paypal help a great deal too. 
    https://www.paypal.me/PhoenixandWilliam 


     

  • 01:42

    Flesh Wound Radio - Episode 50: News & Reviews - 2/4/16

    in Film

    Tune into Horror Society presents Flesh Wound Radio w/ Todd Loya and Daniel Schein live, Thursday Feb. 4 at 9:00 pm eastern. On this episode we tackle the little seen genre defying oddity Sonny Boy, and the Asian zombie/martial arts hybrid Zombie Fight Club, both from Scream Factory. In addition we will review the brand new remake of the French classic Martyrs, Highway To Hell, and the gory Norwegian indie . All that plus we discuss this weekend's Days Of The Dead: Atlanta convention. Don't miss it Flesh Wound Freaks and be sure to download us on itunes and Stitcher.

  • 02:01

    Anti-PC Patriots: Your Weekly Dose of Political Incorrectness

    in Current Events

    Are you sick of the politically correct society we’ve become?  Are you tired of mainstream media spoon-feeding news to you and telling you what you should think?  Anti-PC Patriots strips back the b.s. and tells you what’s really going on in the world without mainstream media’s bias.  Join us every Wednesday from 8-10pm as we free your mind and shine the light of truth on the week’s news and current events. Feel free to call in or comment in the chat room as we welcome comments and opinions from everyone!

  • 00:46

    T.E.A Time- Credit Restoration Specialist & Author Derrick Pickett

    in Entrepreneur

    This Week's Episode: T.E.A Time- Credit Restoration Specialist & Author Derrick Pickett comes on this week and shares his personal story with our audience In his own exuberant and professional style, practical advice and techniques for how to get out of a bad credit situation and make your life more rewarding.Derrick Pickett's new book: The Credit Game How to Play & Win - A Guide to Credit Restoration For Single Women is now available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/The-Credit-Game-How-Play/dp/0692602607


    T.E.A Time- A acronym for The Entrepreneurial Academy -slogan "Thrist For Enrichment & Achievement For Your Small Business Development is a interactive project developed by LouddMouth Radio Producer Sabrina Sonny Jones-Smith to provide tools & resources to new & existing entrepreneurs throughout the world through the LouddMouth Media Brand. LouddMouthradio.com reaches listeners online on http://stitcher.com & http://tunein.com two dynamic podcasts platforms reaching over 50 million+ active monthly listeners & 4 million in car dashboards. 


     

  • 02:23

    Rockwall Yellowjackets v Rowlett Eagles Texas High School Basketball Play-X-Play

    in College & High School

    Rockwall Yellowjackets v Rowlett Eagles


    Texas High School Basketball Play-X-Play


    Pre-Game 6pm Tip time 7pm.

  • 00:58

    Episode #4: Conversation with Chef Ramona Jackson-Baptiste

    in Food

    Tune in to hear the fascinating conversation of chef life and food service industry as seen from Chef Ramona's perspective. This exploration of chef's history, culture, and food experiences. We will discuss how she became a chef, what that means to her, and what it's like being a female chef in a world of male chefs.

  • 00:31

    SpokenHeard with Erica Miriam Fabri and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Erica Miriam Fabri is a writer and performer and a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and received her MFA in Poetry from The New School.


    Her work has been published in numerous literary journals and magazines including: New York Quarterly, Texas Review, The Spoon River Poetry Review, Hanging Loose Magazine, Good Foot Magazine, Paper Street and more.


    She has performed and facilitated workshops and seminars at: Cooper Union School of the Arts, New York University, Columbia University, Penn State University, The Brooklyn Public Library, Poet’s House, The Fortune Society, The Robin Hood Foundation, and the PEN Prison Writing Program. She has worked on projects as a writer, editor and performance director for The New York Knicks, HBO and Nickelodeon Television.


    She is also a spoken word mentor and curriculum writer for Urban Word NYC, a non-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing spoken word, poetry and hip-hop arts to inner-city teens.


    She has been awarded a writer’s residency at the Omega Institute and has been a featured and/or visiting poet and performer for numerous art festivals and numerous outreach programs including drug rehabilitation centers, prisons and hospitals. Her first book, Dialect of a Skirt, was a finalist for the 2011 Paterson Poetry Prize and it was included on the list for: The Best Books of 2009 at About.com and made the Small Press Distribution’s bestseller list for June 2010 as well as the Poetry Foundation’s bestseller list for October 2010.


    She currently teaches Performance Poetry at Pace University, Creative Writing at The School of Visual Arts and a variety of Poetry courses at Baruch College and Hunter College of The City University of New York (CUNY).

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