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  • 00:32

    Keyboardist extraordinaire Daryl Davis joins Michelle on The Open Stage

    in Music

    Michelle will interview  Daryl Davis, who has been keyboardist and bandleader for Rock ‘n Roll’s founding father Chuck Berry for over a quarter of a century. Chicago native Daryl Davis graduated from Howard University, with a degree in Jazz.  Additionally, he was mentored by legendary pianists Pinetop Perkins and Johnnie Johnson who both claimed him as their godson and praised his ability to master a piano style that was popular long before he was born.  


    Apart from The Daryl Davis Band, he has worked with Elvis Presley’s Jordanaires, Chuck Berry, The Legendary Blues Band, Percy Sledge, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Coasters, The Platters, The Drifters, and many others.  Daryl’s CDs American Roots and Alternate Routes, received rave reviews from leading Blues magazines, winning several WAMA (Washington Area Music Association) Awards for Best Artist in the Roots and Blues categories.  Daryl tours both nationally and internationally and recently released his Greatest Hits CD.  In addition to music, Daryl Davis is an author of a book, Klan-Destine Relationships, which tells of his extraordinary journey into the heart of one of America's most fanatical institutions the Ku Klux Klan.


     On February 5th Daryl will be present The First Annual Thanks for The Memories show, where he will present the best musicians in the DC/MD/VA area joining together to pay their respects and homage by remembering and celebrating every genre of music and every musician lost in 2015. Be sure to catch this interview and hear the music of Daryl Davis!


     


     


     

  • 00:18

    Update on Innovations in 2-Stage Cold Press Juicing

    in Health

    The Pure Juicer team continues to perfect the engineering and details of our juicer. By the time yours is shipped, it will be even better than we expected.


    Today, we're discussing a particular change recently made to the pulping grids. One of David's goals is to make cooler pulp, which protects the produce's enzymes. Another is to maximize juice yield, and thus enzyme ingestion, from your produce.


    Listen is as David Feinberg tells us how and why juicing grids required more thinking to help you achieve the most from your cold press juicing.

  • 00:09

    Celebrity DAVE FOLEY Who Plays Pat Hein on ABC’s “Dr. Ken”

    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Celebrity DAVE FOLEY Who Plays  Pat Hein on ABC’s “Dr. Ken”.


    Dave Foley – actor, comedian, writer, director and producer -- is best known for his roles on “NewsRadio” and “The Kids in the Hall.”


     


    Foley began his career in comedy doing stand-up. His early roles in television included “Anne of Avonlea,” then he and his friend Kevin McDonald formed the original “Kids in the Hall” which debuted on TV in 1988. Some of Foley’s most famous characters were “Hecubus,” one of the “Sizzler” sisters, “Bruno Putz Jones” and “Mr. Heavyfoot.”  


     


    His credits for the big screen include “The Wrong Guy,” “A Bug’s Life” (as the voice of Flik) and “On the Line.” Additional credits for television include “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “The Middle” and “Hot in Cleveland” -- plus his own stand-up comedy special “Relatively Well” aired in 2013. He was also the celebrity host of “Celebrity Poker Showdown” on Bravo.


     


    Aside from acting and comedy, Foley co-wrote the Stripper’s Union single “Give Up and Go Away.” 


     


         He is a father of three: Edmund, Basil and Alina.

  • 02:00

    "The Blurred Lines OF Sports: Dirty Plays, Or Criminal Assault?"

    in Lifestyle

    Intensive, hard core, often blood-curdling physical contact in sports such as basketball, hockey and football is a natural expectation in game plays. There is an expected risk of injury to the players in the normal hustle and bustle of the sport. But with the rise of flagrant fouls, penalties, scandals and serious injuries to other players resulting in fines and game suspensions, have the game plays crossed the line of 'good intense sports" to criminal assault? 


    Cincinatti Bengals' linebacker Vontaze Burfict makes a deliberate beeline for Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver Antonio Brown's head, while Adam Pacman Jones responds to Assistant Coach Joey Porter's illegal presence in the sidelines with violence, in addition to previous infractions--such as deliberately removing the helmet of Oakland Raiders' Amari Cooper and banging Cooper's head on the helmet while on the field--clearly are not moves or actions necessary to play great football. Under any other circumstances, this would be a prosecutable offense, and the immediate throwing of the multiple flags on the field tells that they were flagrantly foul actions.. even by the NFL's guidleines. However, the NFL punished one of those actions while overlooking the other.


    When does a player's actions on the field go beyond the scope of "great sports maneuvers" and turn into acts of assault?  Are fines and game suspensions adequate punishments for repeat offenders? Tune in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.

  • "The Blurred Lines Of Sports: Dirty Plays, Or Criminal Acts?"

    in Lifestyle

    Intensive, hard core, often blood-curdling physical contact in sports such as basketball, hockey and football is a natural expectation in game plays. There is an expected risk of injury to the players in the normal hustle and bustle of the sport. But with the rise of flagrant fouls, penalties, scandals and serious injuries to other players resulting in fines and game suspensions, have the game plays crossed the line of 'good intense sports" to criminal assault? 


    Cincinatti Bengals' linebacker Vontaze Burfict makes a deliberate beeline for Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver Antonio Brown's head, while Adam Pacman Jones responds to Assistant Coach Joey Porter's illegal presence in the sidelines with violence, in addition to previous infractions--such as deliberately removing the helmet of Oakland Raiders' Amari Cooper and banging Cooper's head on the helmet while on the field--clearly are not moves or actions necessary to play great football. Under any other circumstances, this would be a prosecutable offense, and the immediate throwing of the multiple flags on the field tells that they were flagrantly foul actions.. even by the NFL's guidleines. However, the NFL punished one of those actions while overlooking the other.


    When does a player's actions on the field go beyond the scope of "great sports maneuvers" and turn into acts of assault?  Are fines and game suspensions adequate punishments for repeat offenders? Tune in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.

  • 00:10

    David McCallum Who Plays Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard on NCIS

    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview  David McCallum Who Plays Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard on NCIS. He will discuss Once a Crooked Man


    David McCallum is a Scottish-born actor and musician.  He is best known for his roles as Russian secret agent Illya Kuryakin in the television series The Man From U.N.C.L.E., and his current role as medical examiner Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard on NCIS.


    The Bruschetti brothers have spent a lifetime in the lucrative crime underworld, and they have carefully kept a low profile all throughout the building of their business.  With only a couple men in the inner circle, they have built their empire and grown their profits.  But they are getting older, have achieved wealth, and the brothers wish to retire from their nefarious work.  When New York actor Harry Murphy inadvertently overhears the Bruschetti brothers plotting to tie-up loose ends, which includes the murder of someone who knows their dealings, he is stricken by conscience and decides he must act.  After flying to London to warn one of the intended victims, Harry is caught in a shootout, forced into a high speed chase, and then mistaken for an agent of the Bruschetti circle.  In way over his head, he is soon apprehended by the British authorities – but not before they decide to put his acting skills to work, and help flush out the Bruschettis.  Easier said than done when you’re really at heart a regular guy who only wanted to land that mayonnaise commercial last week.  Paired with a sexy special agent, Harry is sent back to New York and put to work, but he becomes separated from his handlers and is truly on his own.  What follows is a thrilling game of cat and mouse before it culminates in a deadly confrontation between Harry and the men who have been dealing with danger for much longer than he has.

  • 01:19

    Step One-4 Stage Evolution of Your Powerlessness and Unmanageability

    in Self Help

    Welcome to this year's FREE Conscious Living Series! 


    We are a planet in mourning with no tools to grieve! 


    Over-stimulated!


    Over-informed!


    Cued to engage through social media every minute of our day! ...


    Bombarded by technological advances and environmental toxins  ...


    ... our systems are overloaded and we are in need of relief. 


    Most find it in excessive behaviors which ultimately create the very stress they are trying to eliminate!


    In fact the newest addiction is to stress itself! 


    Collectively and personally, we are getting more and more alienated from our authentic self and from each other. 


    Inspired by what is being called, GLOBAL Post Traumatic Stress,  I have developed my new  Four-Stage-Twelve-Step Spiritual Program.  


    In 2016 I present my expanded view of how to make use of the most successful spiritual program on the planet. Each month I will focus on one of the Twelve Steps of Recovery; interfacing it with my Four-Stage Evolutionary Process; and guiding you through the interactive tapping sequences that enable you to relate and heal! 


    Today we focus on Step One - the surrender to powerlessness and the admission of unmanageability. 


    Call 612-710-7720 For Free Assessment!


     

  • 00:57

    That Signature Bikini Stage Look: Tips on Suits, Posing, Hair, Makeup & More

    in Nutrition

    Work that stage ladies! 


    Learn all that goes into creating your signature 'Bikini Stage Look' from the best!


    We will touch on topics of suit design, posing, hair, makeup and much much more. 


    Kristy Leconte has been a working in the fitness industry for 10 years and is an IFPA Bikini Pro. She lives in Maine, loves dogs and all things SNL. Kristy has been competing from 3 years and recently won the 2015 Yorton Cup for Bikini. 


    Tawnya Cline resides currently in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband Vince and my four legged boxer/pitbull, Simba. She has two adult children that no longer live at home. Tawnya and her husband own, Indulgence Head 2 Toe (a full service salon), Bronzing Head 2 Toe (spray tan business), and Nutrition Head 2 Toe where she spends most of her time. They offer customized meal plans and a FREE calendar of fitness activities for all ages, races, and sizes. She holds three Bikini Pro cards and one in Pro Sports Model.  Tawnya has obtained several sponsorships, and also coach a competition team globally called "Smoothies and Blenderz." She has been privileged to have the title of Editor-In-Chief of Natural Bikini Magazine and now promoter of the West Coast for IPL. 


    Pam Wilkie is the owner and sole designer at Muscle Couture Competition Bikinis and Figure Suits. She began her competition career in 2007 and began designing her own suits in 2010. She's married to Michael Wilkie, owner of The Diet Doc Nashua/Team K Nashua and Fit For Life Personal Training. Pam is also a posing instructor and works as a team with her husband in offering competitors a full range of competition prep services. Pam and Michael have 3 children and live in Southern NH. 

  • 02:10

    Was Flint Water Poisoning and Intentional Act of Genocide

    in Radio

    This show will examine whether Flint's water supply was intentionally poisoned as an act of genocide as Councilman Wantwaz Davis and film maker Michael Moore have both stated.

    Back in December, before the crisis became a national news story, Moore tweeted:

    This is a racial killing, Flint is 60% African American. When you knowingly poison a Black city, you are committing a version of genocide. If this were elsewhere, and the white leader blocked a Black city's clean water supply and made them drink poison, we'd call it ethnic cleansing.

  • 01:17

    Has the NBA taken center stage

    in Sports

    It's Wednesday here on Sports Time Radio with The Big Jack and Dan the Man. It's the last night of NHL games before they have their All-Star break. With the NHL off it will give the NBA an even bigger chance to get the better teams front and center. The Super Bowl is still 10 days away and let's face it as bad as the playoffs have been are you really all that interested in it. If it does turn out to be Peyton Manning final game that will add some interest. The blog was new this morning; so check it out at www.SportsTimeRadio.com


    We're on Twitter @SportsTimeRadio

  • 00:45

    College Daily Slant (12.31.15) - Jan. 1-2 Bowl Game Plays

    in Sports

    Matt Freedman (@MattFtheOracle) and Wes Huber (@PFF_Wes) break down the Jan. 1-2 bowl games and give their DraftKings and FanDuel Plays for the games. Players discussed include Chad Kelly, Brandon Allen, Royce Freeman, Justin Jackson, Rushel Shell, Darren Carrington, Chris Godwin, Damore'ea Stringfellow, and Jeremy Sprinle.