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Conversations about Kidnapped Nigerian Girls & South Korean Ferry accident.
Are we putting our children in danger . Is our government hurting our children?
We will give you the preview for this upcoming season for the AFC South and AFC North.
We will also discuss the Men's USA Basketball.
So join us live at 10 pm
This basketball show features coaches who have teams in the southern region of the NWAACC, one of the great community college basketball leagues in the entire country, also having east, west and north regions that encompass the great state of Washington and Oregon.
NWAACC basketball is as exciting as it gets and the after pre-league games in November and December, most league games in the southern region take place on Wednesday and Saturdays, with a few Mondays sprinkled in.
This show is hosted by veteran media personality Greg Crawford, who is the college basketball inside for CSNNW.com and Comcast SportsNet.
Once again "ON THE AIR" for 30 minutes today at 6:30pm. So tune in and let me vent about what's going on in Furgeson, Missouri. It sounds like this cop has been convicted already in the media. As a retired law enforcement agent, this bothers me.
The beheading of the American Journalist is sickening and the fact that our wonderful President went back on vacation and did nothing about it....
Look forward to checking in with all of my Facebook friends and relatives around the country...
Hosts August West and Danmoite from MusicCityMiracles.com bring you the latest and greatest in news, opinion, analysis, interviews and more related to the Tennessee Titans. Each week features a new mix of live listener calls, special guests and Titans insiders.
If you're looking for an objective point of view, look elsewhere. MCM Radio is by the fans, for the fans and from the fans, even when it hurts!
Whether you're in Nashville or the Netherlands, get the Titans talk you crave right here, all year long.
This Show Will Be About A Variety Of Topics Such As: The Silent Conflict Between CHINA/\JAPAN/\NORTH KOREA/\SOUTH KOREA/\USA Which Is Avoiding Both Mainstream & Alternative Media. They Are Preparing, For A War On A Scale Never Seen B4.. By Resarch I'm Led To Say Some Kind Of Event Will Take Place That Will Cause A Chain Reaction Of Several Nations To Clash. One Paticularly Being China A Map In Chinese Was Leaked Over The Net, Showing What Is Transluated To Be A Nuclear Scenario Over Our Country, I Have Both Photo & Video.
SPECIAL GUEST: DAVE HODGES
HOST: CLINT /\ CO-HOST: JASO
The NFL SuperFan series continues as we preview the 2014 Jacksonville Jaguars season with The SportsFan Journal creator/Jags honk/SLAM magazine contributor/NBA writer for SBNation/frat brother Eddie Maisonet III. Among the topics to be discussed...
Will the city of Jacksonville EVER embrace the Jaguars?
Does this franchise have any hope under new owner Shad Khan?
Are the Jaguars headed in the right direction?
What could be done for the Jags to contend in the AFC South?
Pagans Tonight Radio Network presents:
8PM CST - Circle Sanctuary's Circle Talk: Native American Traditions - Join Circle Sanctuary Ministers David and Jeanet Ewing as we continue our discussions on Pagan Traditions. Tonight, we are joined by longtime Circle Sanctuary member, Chante, of South Dakota as she shares her experiences over the years building bridges between Native American and Native European traditions & communities.
9 PM~(1st & 3rd Wednesday) Wyrd Ways Live: Ivy Vine
Alexa Heller’s soulful artistry is a passionate pairing of Pop and R&B sounds. Her dynamic vocal range and sensual vocals groove to the beat of the songstress’s undeniably catchy hooks, confessional lyrics, and exuberant warmth. Alexa pulls from buoyant pop, elastic R&B and funk. Her style is a combination of Mariah Carey, Justin Timberlake, and Beyonce. As a live performer, she’s built a robust profile with dazzling performances at legendary NYC venues such as The Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square with Nick Cannon, The Bitter End, Pianos, Cafe Vivaldi, The Big Apple Indie Music Series and Village Underground. Her buzzed about song “Empire” received radio play on WHUD 100.7 for The Hudson Valley Artist’s Spotlight in NY. She has also been featured on MTV, ABC Nightline and made an appearance on American Idol Season 13. She’s featured in NYMag.com, International Blogs and numerous radio shows including The Chelsea Krost Show. Having grown up in South Florida, Alexa is thrilled to return to her roots, bringing her heartfelt melodies and a mesmerizing show to Jazziz.
FREE* Song Download – http://noisetrade.com/alexa/alexa
Alexa’s CD: “ALEXA” The Retro – Pop Album on iTunes
DATE / TIME / 1 SHOW
September 7, 2014 @ 7:00 PM
PLEASE NOTE: General admission tickets may have obstructed views and do not guarantee seating. $35 per person minimum for reserved seating in Live Room, Bar Booths and Stage Left Lounge.
See more at: http://www.jazziz.com/event/alexa-heller/#sthash.kDVQxZAy.dpuf
For years David Elliot Penton stalked elementary schools and playgrounds looking for young girls from low-income neighborhoods to abduct, rape and murder. He thought of them as "throwaway kids"-hardly missed, and soon forgotten, except by those who loved them. He was every parent's worst nightmare. The bogeyman they warned their children about ... the fiend who lurked outside bedroom windows.
Christi Meeks disappeared during a game of hide-and-seek outside her mother's Mesquite apartment complex in January 1985 and was found dead less than three months later in Lake Texoma.
Christie Proctor's body was found in a south Plano field in April 1988, more than two years after the fourth-grader was last seen walking from her North Dallas apartment to a friend's house. And Roxann Reyes was snatched from an alley while playing outside her Garland apartment in November 1987.
This story focuses on the work of a team of police detectives, starting with Garland Police Detective Gary Sweet, who picked up the cases of the three missing girls after they'd gone cold.
In 1996, years after the murders, he found the girls' files and information on suspect David Elliot Penton. "For some reason, out of all the stuff that was in those two boxes, I pulled out a file and started reading about him," Sweet said.
Penton was in jail in Ohio for killing 9-year-old Nydra Ross. What followed was a series of fateful twists — from reviewing old tips, to conducting new interviews and gathering information shared by Penton's cellmates. By 2003, Sweet and the team had enough to indict Penton. TRUE DETECTIVE-From The Detective's Perspective-Gary Sweet
The Gridiron Nation returns for another season of the most opinionated football talk you will hear on BTR - this time on the National Gridiron Network. Join "the Heartthrob" G.W. Gras as he and the "supa produca" Brian Mejia give their unique insight and views on the sport we all love.
It's August 2014, and you can feel it - the NFL season is almost here.
This week Gee and Brian welcome Brad Wells ( @BradWellsNFL ) to discuss the Indianapolis Colts entering the 2014 season and the rest of the AFC South while our good friend Justin Lovett ( @J_Lovett26 ) breaks down his Tampa Buccaneers and the rest of the NFC South with us.
Join us at 8:00 EST / 5:00 PST for the realest football talk you'll hear. We hold nothing back and feelings might get hurt.
Bear Witness. . .
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.
Growing up in Newport Beach, humming along to Dixie Chicks and Shania Twain on the radio, Amanda Lamb was entranced by the authenticity of country music. “The stories in these songs sounded real,” she says. When she began her personal musical journey, she recalls her grandmother making a perceptive suggestion. “She said, ‘Why aren't you singing country?’” Recording in Nashville, she realized that her Grandmother had been right. “Country Music feels more comfortable than anything I have ever done,” she says. “It feels like home.”