• 00:59

    "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"-The PercyMae Talk show-w/guest WILLIE BROWN

    in Radio

    "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES" --- Monkey See Monkey Do


    With bankruptcy, foreclosures, and such poverty on the rise why do people still try to keep up with their neighbors? Not to mention the glamorous lifestyles we see in the media folks are going broke to pretend to live a lifestyle they Know nothing about?


    Truth be told if we really knew what goes on behind our nieghbors doors and what really comes with being a celebrity you may find that what you have going on isnt all that bad. Join host PercyMae and special guest Willie Brown and Friends as we get a closer look at why folks try to "KEEP UP WITH THE JONESES"


    CALL (347)237-5342 TO JOIN THE TOPIC OR JUST LISTEN


    CLICK THIS LINK TO VISIT THE KLJN 107.7 WEBSITE 

  • The Joneses Discussion By Shelia Goss

    in Books

    Keeping up with the Joneses isn’t all it’s made out to be. In this intriguing novel full of drama and plot twists, one family tries to hold on to their “perfect” life before their secrets, lies, and scandals are exposed.

    On the outside, the Joneses seem like the ideal family: Royce Jones, a funeral home mogul, and his wife, Lexi, are parents to Charity, Hope, and Lovie—and everybody wants to be them. But it’s true that money can’t buy happiness, and the Joneses are harboring secrets that can’t stay hidden forever…

    The funeral home business has been slow lately, and Royce is in serious trouble. When Lexi learns of their financial strain, she vows to hold on to her status by any means necessary—even if it means going behind her husband’s back. Lovie, seeing his beloved mother so stressed, will do whatever it takes to put a smile back on her face. And sibling rivalries tense up when Charity and Hope both fall for the same guy. On top of this, they all have secrets they’re hiding not only from people outside their family—but from each other. It’s only a matter of time before the Joneses’ perfect life goes spinning out of control and they’re revealed for who they truly are.

  • 02:27

    THE DIRTYREDZ SHOW:FORGET THE JONESES?!?!?!?

    in Romance

    Team Dirtyredz is back on the air. We have the same cast of characters and we've added new ones. We have Cadilac Phil producing the show in studio. Go-Go Rob with the HOT Wemixes. L.D., the Love Guru and relationship expert. Da Professa, "OLD SKOOL" and You, the fans, are the ones that make the show what it is. Either chat live with us on the air or get the ultimate experience of calling in to the show @ 310-742-1853. We are coming at you each and every Wednesday Night from 8-10. Don't miss out.

  • 00:31

    Why Do People Try To Keep Up With The Joneses??

    in Social Networking

    Let's discuss this age old concern that a lot of people have trying to impress peop[le they don't like by buying things they can't afford. Join the show at 6:30pm. Call (818)301-5834.

  • 00:28

    Actor & Comedian Chris Williams (NBC's "One Big Happy")

    in Entertainment

    Chris Williams stars as Roy in the NBC comedy “One Big Happy.”


    An extremely versatile performer in film, television and on stage (like his well-known sister Vanessa), Williams is no stranger to the entertainment arena both on and off camera.


    Williams’ recent film credits include “Sex Ed” with Haley Joel Osment, “The Squatters” with Richard Dreyfuss and “Dealing with Idiots.” Other favorite films include “The Joneses,” “Lottery Ticket” and “The World’s Fastest Indian,” in which he played Tina, a transvestite opposite Sir Anthony Hopkins. Williams is also frequently recognized for his starring roles in “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story” and “Friday After Next.”


    In addition to “One Big Happy,” his multiple television credits include major arcs on “Satisfaction” and “Family Time.” He also guest-starred as his sister’s doppelganger on “Ugly Betty,” and he appeared in multiple episodes of Showtime’s “Californication.” 


    Additional television credits include HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” in which he played the title role of Krazee Eyez Killa, and David E. Kelley’s “The Wedding Bells.” He has also guest starred on “Monk,” “24,” “Weeds,” “CSI,” “CSI: Miami” and “Reno 911,” to name a few. Williams has also enjoyed a recurring character on “The Late Show with David Letterman” as a disgruntled audience member.


    Williams continues to perform stand-up comedy, appearing at top comedy clubs around the world including Caesar's Palace, The Improv, The Comedy Store and The Venetian. Critics and audiences alike lauded his character-rich one-man show, “Old Blue Eyes Is Black.” 

  • 01:24

    Are You Keeping Up With The Joneses?

    in Current Events

    Are you trying to relevant with the latest fashions?
    Are you trying to prove yourself to your peers?
    Are you in competition?

  • 00:20

    The Joneses

    in Finance

    Many things keep us from being all that we want to be and having all that we want to have.  One of those things is people.  Today, Debbi will talk about how do deal with the negative people in your life and how to reach your financial dreams no matter what.  See you soon!

  • The Power Of Humility

    in Entrepreneur

    In this day of flash-and-dash swagger and over-inflated egos, it's easy to succumb to a "keeping up with the Joneses" mentality. But at what cost? It's imperative for leaders to stay driven. Stay focused. Keep their foot on the gas pedal.


    But then there's another psychology. The psychology of humility. It's easy to mistake humility for weakness, subordination..even scarcity. But NOTHING could be further from the truth.


    Listen in  as JT gives you the straight scoop on how humility can make you a STRONGER, more effective leader in business and life. 

    Fly High. Fly Fast. Fly Far!
    ~JT

  • 01:20

    Fads and keeping up the joneses

    in Education

    Ever get overwhelmed with all the popular things on pinterest and what seems to be the things that are all rave?  We will talk about how Turtle and I tried the Eat Your Heart Out Diet and failed miserably,  keeping kids involved in social groups and lessons,  the crap we buy because we thought it was cool and never used.  How a picture on instagragm can show your goods to your frenemies.  ALSO our ever improving new skits and segments.  This week we will have products of the week,  weekly 'rap' up,  and would you rather!!


    Let's get real and down to business,  up in your business,  lets face it we all work hard raising our kids!

  • 01:28

    Don't Feel Obligated To Go Christmas Shopping Ever Again - GaptoothDiva Radio

    in Lifestyle

    In this episode of GaptoothDiva Radio, I’esha GaptoothDiva discusses her frustration with this season’s addiction to stuff. In her frustration she touches on issues like consumerism, keeping up with the Kardashians (Joneses), and what she hopes to get this Christmas (wink). Join our fun conversation about holiday shopping this year that is productive and pain free.


    In this episode, we will touch on topics such as:



    Stop pushing Santa Clause Kids
    Buying gifts to give or giving out of obligation?
    Gifting within your means
    Determining if someone is deserving or just there
    Bad Kids and Christmas
    The Reason for the Season
    Keeping the Peace While Keeping Your Coins this Christmas


    Listen in as we come back with more of the off the cuff entertainment but with real and honest conversation surrounding topics related to you. Using Fashion, Music, Culture, Entertainment, and Lifestyle, I’esha GaptoothDiva holds no punches in an effort to inspire you to be as phenomenal as you were born to be.


    Tweet us @GaptoothDiva during the show to interact with questions and/or comments.


    Featuring new music by today’s independent artist. Contact us to submit music or inquire about artist at Teamgaptoothdiva@gmail.com

  • 00:29

    On the Air With Shelia M. Goss

    in Entertainment

    Shelia M. Goss is a screenwriter, national best-selling author and a 2014 Emma Award Finalist. Her book, Montana’s Way, was nominated in the mystery category for a 2013 African American Literary Award. She has over eighteen novels in print and numerous ebooks. She writes in multiple genres: romance, women’s fiction, suspense, Christian fiction, and young adult. USA Today says, “Goss has an easy, flowing style with her prose…”


    Shelia has recently signed with Samhain Publishing to write three romance novels for one of their imprints. She will continue to write books in other genres, but she’s excited about getting back to her first love – romance.

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