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Radio Host, IMAM YUSUF RAMADAN's special guest is Imam Yusuf Hasan, a board certified chaplin with the health care chaplin network at Sloan Kettering Hospital and Mount Sinai/St. Lukes Hospital in New York City. The topic of discussion is some of the difficulties of Burying a Muslim in a Christian Society.
Paradise Fears - Alternative Pop Band from Vermillion,SD...New Single "You To Believe In" out now...New album out on DigSin records soon..Headed out on a Fall Headline Tour entitled "Live Forever Tour" beginning Aug. 6th in Chicago and ending in Minneapolis,MN on Sept. 27th...Check out their music & more @ www.facebook.com/paradisefears
Coming your way at 11:00 PM; Jarett and Cory bring you their World Cup Final preview. Can Messi finally be compared to Maradonna? Will Germany continue to dominate the pitch? And they are not done there! Jarett brings a new segment to the show, where Cory steps in to the shoes of an NBA Free Agent, and will answer questions presented to him by Jarett, all regarding the frenzy taking place in the association today! They go live at 11 P.M. so stay tuned! Final Buzzer! Right now!
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The New Essenes is a gathering of ordinary people practicing deep introspection as a way to solve everyday problems. Our inquiry is based on the idea that language is alive and that the Word is where our Power lives: since speech is an act, communication is not what is said and done, but the result of what is said and done.
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Things are heating up in the house as Devin's indecisiveness continues to get him in trouble, but was he right to put Brittany up? Your Host Sam thinks so, and he will tell you why! We discuss America's Alliance, Zach's outburst, and the division of the Bomb Squad! We also take your calls and chats LIVE! 10 PM Eastern!
At 16, a stunningly beautiful and vocally talented CLAUDETTE ORTIZ, was discovered by Wyclef Jean and
Jerry Wonda becoming the third and only female member of City High. The hot young trio quickly took the
world by storm with their poignantly conscious debut single, “What Would You Do.” The Grammy nominated
group described as a “refreshingly innovative mix of R&B, Soul and a smattering of Hip-Hop” by Vibe magazine
consisted of Claudette, Ryan Toby and Ryan Pardo. City High quickly became known as the group with the provocative lyrics, pulsating beats and great vocal
harmonies. “What Would You Do,” depicted a young woman fallen on hard times, desperate to feed her kids
and ultimately deciding to sleep with a man for money. Dealing with real life situations, the song begs for the
listener to answer, What Would You Do? Needless to say, the single with its in your face, true to life lyrics
shot up the R&B/Pop charts both domestically and internationally and became the group’s first Grammy
nominated single. But, it was not until their follow up single, “Caramel,” and Claudette’s duet with
Wyclef, “Two Wrongs,” hit the airwaves that audiences and industries everywhere began to hone in on the
Caribbean beauty’s ability to play the guitar and her vocal prowess.As the music soared the Willingboro, NJ native’s profile soared. Press developed an insatiable appetite for theself-taught, sultry voiced musician. Mesmerized with Claudette’s beauty, Maxim named her a sex symbol in their
Hot 100 issue. Blender called her “the sexiest woman in hip-hop.” Vanity Fair included her in their top 12 artists to
watch. The New York Times chronicled the tutelage of Andre’ Leon Talley, an editor at large for Vogue, as he introduced Claudette to the fashion world in Paris.