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  • 00:30

    Fasting...An Important part of a Believer's Life

    in Christianity

    Do you want to gain more understanding on the importance of fasting? Tune in to my new episode as I teach on the importance of fasting in a Believer's life.

  • 02:04

    Tasha's Taste W/ Natasha Nafrini (S6 E2 )

    in Podcasting

    Join Natasha Nafrini and her Panel of Guests as they discuss a different topic on Social Events, Self-Awareness, Community issues, Love/Relationships and Entertainment. Our purpose is to bridge the gap between black men and women through conversation. Let's figure this out one topic at a time..Each week we will answer questions and address topic views provided by our listeners.

     
    This Weeks topic: 

    Topic 1: The Myth of the Single Black Female

    Topic 2: #WastingHer/HisTime Meme.. how close to the truth are they 



    Plus Artist of the Week: Tia London 'Who Better?'

     

    Go click LIKE On the Tasha’s Taste Fan Page Here.

  • 01:56

    LOTL Radio Welcomes Terri Lyne Carrington. "The Mosaic Project: LOVE and SOUL"

    in Music

    Terri Lyne Carrington arranged and produced


    Natalie Cole’s last recording titled “Come


    Sunday,” featured on Carrington’s current CD, The Mosaic Project: LOVE and SOUL, released in August 2015. “Come Sunday” is Duke Ellington’s sacred classic, which was originally made popular by Mahalia Jackson.


     Terri initially met Natalie Cole as a teenager


     Terri also performed with Ms. Cole on the


    concert stage. 


     


    The Mosaic Project: LOVE and SOUL presents Carrington leading a rotating cast of superb female instrumentalists and vocalists that includes Oleta Adams, Natalie Cole, Paula Cole, Lalah Hathaway, Chaka Khan, Chanté Moore, Valerie Simpson, Nancy Wilson, Jaguar Wright and Lizz Wright, as well as saxophonist Tia Fuller, trumpeter Ingrid Jensen; bassists Meshell Ndegoecello and Linda Oh; and keyboardists Geri Allen, Patrice Rushen and Rachel Z.


    On The Mosaic Project: LOVE and SOUL, Carrington juxtaposes her salute to female artists by paying homage to various male artists who have either influenced her professionally and/or informed her musicality, such as Nick Ashford, George Duke, Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, Luther Vandross and Bill Withers. “Whenever I do something that celebrates women, I never want it to feel like it’s something that excludes men,” she explains. “On this record, I consciously wanted to celebrate the various relationships women have with men either through original songs of mine or cover songs by male composers and song writers.” The male presence and perspective on The Mosaic Project: LOVE and SOUL is even more realized by Billy Dee Williams, who contributes insightful spoken-word interludes through the disc. 

  • 01:49

    Interview with the Authors of 7

    in Books

    Debonair guest host and book reviewer Ethan Gregory interviews the award-winning authors of the new release 7. Casey L. Bond, Jo Michaels, Tia Silverthorne Bach, Kelly Risser, and N. L. Greene are the masterminds behind Fractured Glass, and they've come together once again to break traditional thought and construct of what should go into a multi-authored novel. Ethan will ask the women questions he had while reading the book, regale you with his charm, and surprise them with his witty banter while giving you insight you won't get anywhere else.


    Listen in for details about the book you won't get any other way. Follow Ethan and the authors on Twitter: @egrgry, @AuthorCaseyBond, @WriteJoMichaels, @Tia_Bach_Author, @kar2b, @AuthorNLGreene

  • 01:02

    She Push Radio w. Shakena Warren

    in Self Help

    Costly New Beginnings: Pushprenuers Shakena & Tia will give insight and guidance on the physical and emotional price to pay when you change your life!

  • 01:03

    Mary King, Loren Angel, Mike Sorensen, Grant Cardone

    in Business

    Mary King IRS Problem Solving Attorney and co- author of the book Protect and Defend. Her career in law has primarily focused in IRS problem solving as well as mortgage foreclosure defense


    Loren Angel certified Staging professional consultant, owner of ‘Art of an Angel’- The art of Home Staging. She is the  Co-Author of the best selling book: ‘Home Staging Secrets’. Loren received her ‘Turnaround  business of the year’ award from CSPI. She is a Federal OSHA Safety officer, a paint contractor and an Artist


    Mike Sorensen seven year Army Veteran OFI 07-09. He have been diagnosed with PTSD. He is the co-founder/chief visionary officer of D.A.W.G.S project, a non-profit organization for Veterans of all eras, who are suffering with PTSD, TBI and other Service Disabled injuries


    Grant Cardone founder of Whatever It Takes Network, a New York Times bestselling author of four business books since the 2008 economic collapse, an international speaker and business innovator. Cardone owns multiple companies including a software and technology business, a consulting company to Fortune 500 companies and Cardone Acquisitions, a national real estate company


    For more information go to MoneyForLunch.com.
    Connect with Bert Martinez on Facebook.
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    Need help with your business? Contact Bert Martinez.
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  • 01:03

    Mary King, Loren Angel, Mike Sorensen, Grant Cardone

    in Business

    Mary King IRS Problem Solving Attorney and co- author of the book Protect and Defend. Her career in law has primarily focused in IRS problem solving as well as mortgage foreclosure defense


    Loren Angel certified Staging professional consultant, owner of ‘Art of an Angel’- The art of Home Staging. She is the  Co-Author of the best selling book: ‘Home Staging Secrets’. Loren received her ‘Turnaround  business of the year’ award from CSPI. She is a Federal OSHA Safety officer, a paint contractor and an Artist


    Mike Sorensen seven year Army Veteran OFI 07-09. He have been diagnosed with PTSD. He is the co-founder/chief visionary officer of D.A.W.G.S project, a non-profit organization for Veterans of all eras, who are suffering with PTSD, TBI and other Service Disabled injuries


    Grant Cardone founder of Whatever It Takes Network, a New York Times bestselling author of four business books since the 2008 economic collapse, an international speaker and business innovator. Cardone owns multiple companies including a software and technology business, a consulting company to Fortune 500 companies and Cardone Acquisitions, a national real estate company


    For more information go to MoneyForLunch.com.
    Connect with Bert Martinez on Facebook.
    Connect with Bert Martinez on Twitter.
    Need help with your business? Contact Bert Martinez.
    Have Bert Martinez speak at your event!

  • 01:01

    Motivating Your Teen Spirit with Tia Ross

    in Entrepreneur

    We all need to know how to communicate effectively.  The #1 key to this is emotional literacy. We need to have the ability to express and handle our emotions, especially the difficult ones, so that we can respond in a mature manner.   This is a skill most people dont learn growing up.  In fact many adults still dont know how to handle their difficult emotions.  But it is key to being a genuine and effective functioning member of society that  we all learn the art of expressing our feelings and communicate our needs in a manner that creates a dialog and productive outcome rather than a confrontation and struggle


    Steve is excited to share with you Master Facilitator and the director of the Mottivating the Masses division Motivating the Teen Spirit Tia Ross.  Tia has helped teens for over 17 years learn how to have emotional intellegience and be emotionally literate.  This is a great episode to listen to with your teens.  But even if you dont have a teen in your house this eposode will help you in ways you can imagine.  You will be motivated, challenged and you will learn how to beging the process of being emotionally literate.  Today on Thriving Entrepreneu

  • 01:00

    Famous Actress Tia Mowry Talks To Shana

    in Family

    Acclaimed actress and author Tia Mowry joins your national family radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton for one critical conversation about your family's health. This show will inform you. Join us on Tuesday night at 7:30 pm EST. 


     


    *Please visit www.letstalkamericawithshanathornton.com. Thank you for tuning in! 


     

  • 02:16

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show

    in Art

    1. Adrian Williams, Executive Dir., The Village Project, which will present its 10th annual Kwanzaa celebration throughout San Francisco, with seven days of community events starting on Dec. 26th, running through January 1st.  The seven day celebration will open at the Museum of the African Diaspora at noon on Friday, December 26th, and continue with an evening celebration at the African American Arts and Culture complex at 7 p.m. The closing celebration will take place at St. Cyprian’s Episcopal Church on Friday, Jan.1st, 6 pm, with Tia Carroll crooning some down home blues. 415-424-2980, www.thevillageprojectsf.org, www.kwanzaasanfrancisco.com

    2. Kheven LaGrone & Artists, Tomye Neal-Madison, William Rhodes, Michael Ross, join us to talk about the exhibit: "I Am San Francisco: (Re)Collecting the Home of Native Black San Franciscans" at the San Francisco Main Library, African American Center, Dec. 12, 2-4 Artist Talks. http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=1022007301

    3. Dr. Ayodele Nzinga and cast join us to talk about the Lower Bottom Playaz production of Radio Golf at The Flight Deck, 1450 Broadway in Oakland, Dec. 18-Jan. 3, lowerbottomplayaz.com

    4. Peabo Bryson speaks about the 20th Annual Colors of Christmas, Dec. 14-15 at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. Visit sfsymphony.org, 415-864-6000. 

  • 00:16

    Tia Mowry on Life Lessons with Rick Tocquigny

    in Lifestyle

     


     


    Tia Mowry does it all. From balancing her career as an actress and author, to playing her most important role as a mom, Tia has learned a thing or two about managing a hectic life while making the time to care for her family. And like many moms, that includes efforts to help keep them healthy. In fact, approximately 80 percent of family healthcare decisions are made by moms.1 Through a new campaign, “Mom ‘Nose’ Best,” Tia will help educate families about the severity of influenza,


    TIA MOWRY JOINS US NOW, ALONG WITH DR PETER LECHMAN, TO SHARE HER TIPS TO HELP OTHER MOMS AND FAMILIES THIS FLU SEASON.


    1.   TIA – TELL US A BIT ABOUT THE PROJECTS YOU’RE CURRENTLY WORKING ON?2.   TIA – IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU’RE VERY BUSY! WITH SUCH A HECTIC WORK SCHEDULE, WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO YOU TO TAKE TIME TO EDUCATE OTHER PARENTS ABOUT FLU PREVENTION? 3.DOCTOR – WHAT DO WE NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE FLU AND WHY IS FLU VACCINATION SO IMPORTANT? 4.   DOCTOR – WHAT FLU VACCINE OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE THIS FLU SEASON?5.    NOW THAT YOU ARE INVOLVED WITH THIS CAMPAIGN, HAS IT AFFECTED THE WAY YOU HELP PROTECT YOUR FAMILY DURING FLU SEASON?


    Actress/Producer Tia Mowry-Hardrict is one of the most sought after talents in the entertainment business today.  Currently in its third season, Tia can be seen starring on and producing the hit TV Land series “Instant Mom” with the season premiere slated for Saturday, September 19th.  Tia also serves as the host of her own successful Cooking Channel series “At Home with Tia Mowry” and is currently working on its second season.