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Just Steph talks about events during May, excercise, relationships-Mother's Day and mom/daughter & Mother/son relationships, Travel to Napa.
Steph Watts will be my guest on Sunday night's show. His famous video of the McStay house when he toured it in February 2010 is known by all who follow this case. Call and ask him your questions. Here is his bio:
Steph is a TV Producer/Host and Reporter specializing in compelling Crime & Justice TV. A voice for the Missing Murdered and Misunderstood.
Steph specializes in producing compelling crime and justice television. He has appeared on on “Nancy Grace,” “On the Record w Greta Van Susteren,” CBS News, FOX News, “Inside Edition,” “The View,” ESPN, CNN and A&E's BIO channel. Steph has written for Village Voice, Brill's Content, Court TV, Fox News.com, and ABC News.com. Steph's blog "Watts Up With This" features unique and breaking crime reports and full length features. Steph’s work as an investigative reporter is profiled in “The Murder Business”, a book by Mark Fuhrman and another book just released about Joran Van Der Sloot; “Portrait of a Monster.” Steph is currently producing and hosting documentaries and reality programing under WattsNewEntertainment.com and has produced for TRU TV, "E" Investigates, NBC's "Disappeared, A&E, Bravo, BIO Channel, HLN, ABC, CBS, Fox News and Discovery ID.
How can lessons from band class impact traditional academic learning environments? How does having a professional musician lead band class impact the learning environment? What role does jazz play in building character? On Friday, July 18, 2014, we'll revisit our conversation with Saxophonist and Educator, Jason Curry. Join us at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) and "Get in on the rhythm."
Continue our conversation on Twitter @JasonCurryMusic and follow Dr. Modeste @GlobalJackie and Dr. Wes @JazzDemocracy
Violence is a plague in our society and it comes in many forms--gang violence, domesic violence, and gun violence just to name a few. More and more children are being injured or killed at a higher rate than medical illnesses, and the African-American community has the highest occurences. WIth all of the anti-violence advocacy groups and anti-violence movements and laws in place, why are the fatalities rising to this issue? Join me tonight at 9:00 pm EST as Kaydee interviews Chris Curry, producer/artist and creator of the amazing "Stop The Violence Movement" video series. Chris discusses the plight of violence in our neighborhoods, and the sad reality of struggling to get more involvement from the people this affects the most. Tune in at 347-327-9967.
Professor Curry: SEMINAR TRAINING
Why did Doc promote training at "Seminars" as opposed to participating in tournaments. Can someone learn from a seminar? What are the benifits of "Seminars"? Call in tonight to listen in or participate on this much talked about topic.
CALL IN THURSDAY AT 9PM: 646-716-6825
Professor Curry: Maximum Health for the Athlete Old/Young
We're constantly putting the "Carriage in front of the Horse" when it comes to getting healthy. Listen in to some interesting Facts on getting and staying healthy. A must for all althletes young and old, as well as parents concerned about thier childrens well being. Topics covered: Weight Loss, ADD, Recovery, Immune System Maintenence...
Call in Thursday at 9pm: 646-716-6825
My name is Hollywoodtonyp, I am the voice of the IWC. Ive loved wrestling since I was a kid. My fondest memories are watching wrestling with my father. I'm grown up now. Lou is my guest, he loves wrestling, he's also my father...and it's tsill real to him. now we do what weve been doing every tuesday since I can remember. Talk wrestling.
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Many have been attributed as being the kings of funk, or the baddest bassist around. But in the industry, this man put the "P" into funk and took it to another level! Lige Curry, bassist for multi platinum and various award winning Funk group Parliament Funkadelic, is responsible for those amazing bass lines on every P-Funk Jam you can name. It was his skillful thumps, slaps, and riffs that drew our attention to the made us want to know how our Funkintelechy was. As a veteran in the industry, he has seen many a group come and go, yet theirs has been a mainstay for over 3 decades. But the Funk does not stop there! Lige Curry and The Naked Funk have been in the studio cooking up some extended funk in a brand and style all their own. AND IT'S READY TO SERVE!
Join me as I sit down with the Thumpasaurus Lige Curry in part 2 of his interview. We will talk shop, stink up the airwaves with some Funk, and have a smelly good time!!
OUR COMMON GROUND with Janice Graham
"Speaking Truth to Power and Ourselves"
"Dispatch from Amerikka:
War, Murder, Genocide: The Global Chokehold"
Detroit , the Border and the Gaza, Refugee Children, Eric Garner, the Poor Door
Guest, Dr. Tommy J. Curry , Professor of Philosophy, Texas A&M University
Tommy J. Curry’s work spans across the various fields of philosophy, jurisprudence, Africana Studies, and Gender Studies. Though trained in American and Continental philosophical traditions, Curry’s primary research interests are in Critical Race Theory and Africana Philosophy. In Critical Race Theory, Currently his research focuses on the linking the conceptualization of ethics found in the Belmont Report to Civil Rights and social justice paradigms.
Twitter: @JaniceOCG #TalkthatMatters
OCG Blog: http://www.ourcommongroundtalk.wordpress.com/
My talk with Eve Carnell and Steph Bradley about change and transformation. Eve and Steph talk about their walk across England to help ‘pollinate change’ from community to community, through inspiration and skill-sharing, as a walking university We discuss the joy of sharing, caring, and the urgency that we come together as humanity to change our current destructive trajectory to one of harmony and growth. We talk about self empowerment, and the possibility of great happiness and peace individually and globally, and our massive responsibility to create a better future, and a habitable planet for the people to come.
We talk about the process of frustration and despair and the feeling there is nothing we can do, and Eve and Steph remind us that there is a great deal that we can do to bring about change, and that in fact we manifest and create the future right now, and that it is up to us to do that.
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