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Kick off the race week every Thursday morning at 7:30 a.m. (PT) with Backstretch Chatter hosted by Eddie the Hat, Southern California Premier horse racing and sports handicapper and Josh Hanna our NorCal correspondent. The Hat will have racing action from the previous week as well as preview the week ahead, including a special Thursday race card horse racing seminar to jump start the week. If you have a horse racing question and would like to have it answered on air, simply email your question to us @ email@example.com and we'll get it answered for you. Also special guests will be on when available.
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and CS Bennett as co-host.
Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
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Guest: Daniel Lycan, author. This show is dedicated to the father of Daniel Lycan:
Col Daniel Lycan's service to our country was a long and historic one that was never quite widely appreciated by his countrymen but is well known by his family and fellow soldiers. He now is engaged in a battle with late stage esophageal cancer and it would be a fitting tribute to offer a show to recognize such a humble man that influenced our continued greatness as a nation in many ways. I am flying down to Virginia to see him and will try to get him to be with me if he is strong enough when I call you. His inspiring career is the basis for the fictional character Gen David Lion in my book, The George Washington Vision. He taught us to pray on the same grounds inhabited by George Washington under the stained glass picture that is on the cover of my book:
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Tonight's special guest is Donna (Dee) Wood from West Virginia, a verbal abuse survivor (as both a child and adult) who says she would be honored to tell her story in the hope she could help others. The devastating effects of the abuse lasted for over forty years, through most of her life. The trauma she endured through her mother’s husband brought a partial amnesia. She writes, "I lived on a small farm in a remote part of southern West Virginia. I was a very introverted child, extremely fearful of strangers." Her mother's husband, who she and her brother always called by his first name, Quentin (never Daddy or Dad), had an intense dislike of people. She goes on, "He never talked to us, unless it was to criticize, intimidate or inflict some form of verbal abuse." He sometimes administered severe belt beatings, beyond the necessary punishable offence, if it indeed was an offense. Her childhood trauma led to a difficult life. But Dee's on a better path now. "If I had known that the problems in my life were due to a term referred to as child abuse earlier in my life," she says, "and if I'd received the appropriate counseling and therapy, then my life would have been much easier and better. Yet, I believe if I had not gone through the trauma of those years I would not be the person I am today." Now she's a person who is more accepting, compassionate and understanding of others who have suffered and still suffer from different types of abuse. "I thank the Lord Almighty for answering my prayers to be whole," Dee writes. "I am still recovering, but I feel a lot more whole today."
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Lamont Patterson aka K Diddy, CEO of WORLD MOVEMENT RECORDS.Brings you the best of New and Established Artists,Rock,R N B,Jazz,Hip Hop,Country, If you got the heat let's hear it! Call in number is 347-308-8747.My Guest Today is, O “Dino” Domino, CEO of Mysterious Entertainment
Many of the best Indie Labels are run by people who know what it's like to be the artist themselves, and that is certainly the case with Mysterious Entertainment. Mr. Domino has seen the music industry from all sides and has picked up music business know-how in all aspects of the industry. . Recently Mr. Domino was offered and accepted a Talent Scout position with SMG Universal Global Network. He also has affiliations with P.U.S.H. – (Promote Until Something Happens), and MPRE (Money Platinum Radio Entertainment - Bungalo UMG). Through his affiliates his company can now offer nationwide digital and in-store distribution. Here he talks about being an artist, producer, record label owner, and his latest project “Southern Riot” the Mix-tape.
Ideal Network with Darlene Sratore- Working in Harmonic Peaceful Co-Existence... Host Peter Mingils
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Darlene Sartore - founder of "The Ideal Network". You can find more about Darlene at: http://www.IdealNetwork.biz
The Ideal Network and Local IN Places are NOW possible because ever-more individuals can consciously transmute energy into forms and functions of sustainable ideal conditions in which to live and love in liberty and luxury from doing our individual labor.
Darlene Sartore living in southern Indiana... "is a very active online 67 year young honest integrated thinking and acting libertarian humanist."...
The son of Nashville wrestling promoter Jerry Jarrett, Double J began his career as a referee, and was introduced to WWE audiences in 1993 as an obnoxious country singer, Double J draped himself in garish, light up clothing and capped off all his interviews by spelling out his full name and asking, “Ain’t I great?” His shtick could be grating, but his success was undeniable as he wrestled the Intercontinental Title away from Razor Ramon on more than one occasion.
Jarrett’s musician act unraveled when it was revealed that The Roadie (who would later gain his own fame as Road Dogg) had performed the vocals on Double J’s “hit” song “With My Baby Tonight.” The humiliation sent Jarrett running to WCW where he would act as both a Four Horseman and a Four Horseman turncoat during a year with the company.
Jarrett’s reinvention as a tough, Southern villain during WWE’s “Attitude Era” has largely been forgotten — although a partnership with Owen Hart was as entertaining as it was successful — but he had a run of luck with the persona in WCW. Double J didn’t make it back to WWE after the 2001 buyout of WCW — in fact, he was publicly fired by Mr. McMahon on the final Raw before WrestleMania X-Seven. But Jarrett continues to play an influential role in sports-entertainment as both a promoter and a persona to this day. Creating TNA Wrestling with his father Jerry and then most recently Global Force Wrestling with his wife Karen. We discuss all this and so much more tonight.
Join host Levi Page to discuss the latest in the death investigation of music icon Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina and the suspicion swirling around her boyfriend Nick Gordon. Also tonight we get the latest on the search for missing 21-month-old Jacksonville child Lonzie Barton, a cousin of another missing Florida child Haleigh Cummings.
Our guests include: high-profile attorney Esther Panitch and death investigator Joseph Scott Morgan, author of "Blood Beneath My Feet: The Journey of a Southern Death Investigator."
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Born in Port au Prince, Haiti Widzer Beauvais started his journey to the United States at the age of six in the effort to pursue the American dream with his father; leaving behind his mother and siblings. At an early age Widzer discovered a love and a thirst for music, spending most of his informative years immersing himself with the sounds of such legendary artist like James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Jill Scott, Mary J. Bilge, Tupac and also Biggie Smalls. While listening to these great artist, Widzer found a raw talent for writing and performing music and Widzer, was born again as just simply Wiz. While he lived in New York for his younger years the heat of Florida called his name and he began making a name for himself as gifted artist in Tampa, Florida. As the break out artist with Mack One productions, his first compact disc, ” Wiz On the Grind,” was released as a mixtape in the fall of 2006 & released another mixtape spring of 2015 “TAKEOFF 365. With the success of “Wiz On the Grind”, it landed him opening acts for the likes of Little Wayne, Trick daddy , The Game, Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane. With his New York infused Southern style Wiz has never stopped making music and most recently completed the video for his latest hit “Take OFF”. With a never ending eagerness; his pursuit of the American Dream is never ending and his hopes to inspire through music is everlasting.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes the amazing Austin TX Soul & Funk Band Roxy Roca to the show!
"Fans of ’60s legends like James Brown and Al Green will have plenty to savor on Roxy Roca’s latest, Ain’t Nothin’ Fancy — a record full of powerhouse soul with a smooth, Southern finish. The lyrics are simple, but it’s the horn section and vocalist Taye Cannon’s impressive vocal chops that steal the show here, with hoarse shrieks, whoops, and hollers to beat the band.
Roxy Roca’s tunes are dynamic, infectious, and, above all, fun, sure to inspire even the most reluctant to step out on the dance floor." ~ Texas Music Magazine
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Sherri Murphy is the founder of Elite Connections. Originally from New Mexico, people person.
Sherri finds the job of introducing single people a fulfilling one and has done it all her life. Herphilosophy is that there is someone out there for everyone, but you won't find them while sittingat home. You have to be proactive. Her style of matchmaking has worked for thousands of Eliteclients and she now works with mostly VIP and international clients.
Sherri moved to Southern California in 1976. She always liked working for herself and cleaned
houses for many years, so she could be there for her children. She worked for a woman namedPam Lontos, who is one of the top motivational speakers in the world. Pam gave Sherri the firstpositive persuasion she'd ever had, "you can do anything you want to". She was motivated to gether real estate license, and worked as a top producer for 15 years selling 15 properties in the firstsix months. She walked into the matchmaking business by sheer fate.
These mother daughter matchmakers work with celebrities and international clients. DaughterTammi and Sherri are the VIP Matchmaking team at Elite Connections.
Sherri set up a non-profit and has hosted a yearly black tie fundraiser (Party with a Purpose) for16 years that benefits LA's needy children. The last 3 years they've helped LA homeless teens giving them the best Christmas they'd ever had.
Sherri is a huge animal lover and she hosted a fundraiser for Pug Nation LA and rescued two 112
Pug puppies from that shelter.
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Today I am going to talk a little about myself and how I came around to be the woman that I am today. My life started in 1948. At the age of three my birth father passed away and my mother married my now dad who back then adopted my older sister and myself. There are many parts of my younger days that I don't remember - maybe I've blocked them out.....in the meanwhile two other brothers and a baby sister came around. Life seemed fairly "normal" until I was about 15....we had moved from Southern California to Dayton Ohio because my dad had a new job..O! This is the other thing...I could never figure out why my mother would be ironing my dad's underwear at 3 o'clock in the morning and then watering our front lawn at 11 p.m. I found out later on that she was hooked on diet pills....that was her thing and at 15 she kindly told me that it looked like I was gaining some weight (I wasn't) and "here, honey - take this pill. It will help you"...trusting my mom I took the pill and loved it SO much that I asked her for another one the next day....little did I know this was the beginning of my addiction to everything! I went on a pill rampage at 18 - water pills - then diet pills - I was really a pill head.....had to stay thin or I would never find a man - (my mom told me).....this was the late 60's early 70's.....hippie nation! everything was in! I was into uppers, downers, sidewinders anyway but straight, ok? Then it was the pot and then the psychedelics - for three years straight - every day - I was over the edge one might say....but so was everyone else - through 4 failed marriages and hundreds of men I crashed one day. I was probably 50 yrs old.....my then husband had been popped on a UA while we were truck driving - we longhauled for some years - and so he couldn't drive -