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Are you mapping out your triathlon schedule for the 2016 season? Consider using Amtrak to get to your next race. With the introduction of their bicycle racks, it’ll be easier than ever to bring everything you need to podium! Craig Schulz of Amtrak, will be talking with Hilary on the new bicycle racks, scheduling options and more. Tune in today!
Join us as we share with you of what's going on at Men-empowered for the Month of Feb 2016. Upcoming New Shows and some guest that will be with us in the up-coming Months. Events in and around Hattiesburg, MS; New Orleans, LA; Dallas, TX; New York, NY; and Tri-State Area and the rest of North America
The 194th Production at The Westchester Broadway Theatre is Always...Patsy Cline the true story of singer Patsy Cline and her friendship with one of her fans, Louise Seger.
This lovely story is brought to life by Erin McCracken singing 26 Patsy Cline songs that are woven throughout the show by Susann Fletcher, who plays Louise Seger with warmth, humor and heart-breaking love. The two of them are just magic and you have the chance to learn more about them on Music Monday here on WoMRadio. We will be sharing them live February 8th at 10amPT/1pmET and anytime in archive.
Find out more of the personal story and perfomances for Erin on here site ErinMcCracken.net and Susann at SusannFletcher.com.
For those of you in the tri-state area of NY - run, don't walk, to the WBT for this limited run of Always...Patsy Cline. For ticket information call the box office at 914 592 2222.
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Playing the Best of Earth Wind &Fire!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Why were Black Greek Organizations created? Should caucasians be allowed to join? What are the pros and cons and even misconceptions of being "Greek?" Why are there so many different groups? Do blacks help to perpetutate classism within these organizations? Who created the stereotype that are associated with these organizations? What is the purpose and how can they help change the condition of Black people?
Join us today as we discuss this topic and address some of these questions.
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She wrote her first novel when she was fifteen years old while attending University City High-School. What started out as just a short story to help her cope with the accidental and devastating murder of a friend, turned into a full length, 893 handwritten paged novel after being encouraged to continue writing more by her peers. Years later, A Thug’s Redemption along with its two sequels, became Amazon Best Sellers and featured in Yo! Raps Magazine. Yani had previously been known for her writing through her edgy poetry, which granted her an invitation to the Tri-State’s number 1 Hip-Hop and R&B radio station, Power 99FM, to recite her popular poem “Why Tyrone Can’t Read” in 2001. Since then, Yani has attended open mic nights, reciting her poetry throughout Philadelphia. Yani has been featured on numerous blogs and has made guest appearances on various blog-talk radio shows. She was also a featured author at the 2013 National Black Book Festival in Houston, Texas. Yani still resides in Philadelphia with her three children and is working on her sixth novel.
The SportsMike is Proud to announce my affiliation as the Vice President of International Media & Public Relations for EIBA.
The Elite International Basketball Association. The only International Basketball League. Meet the President of Basketball Operations, David Swisher. The Commissioner; Marcus Fizer. The Deputy Commissioner, Andre Anderson. The Vice President of Basketball Operations, Tyler Greene. The Director of Human Resources, Derek Anderson. The President of International Basketball Operations, Errol Anthony.
Our second hour will feature Co-Host Eric Geller. He's an Emmy winning Broadcaster, web reporter for The Clipper's Radio Network, The Beast 980 AM in Los Angeles.We'll discuss the NBA, Blake Griffin, Super Bowl, The Rams Back in Los Angeles, Pat Hayden leaving USC and other SPORTS topics.4:30 -6:30 PM PST 1-760-454-7012
D3Z is back and ready for 2016! The team had a solid finish to the 2015 year and look to do more pushing forward for 2016. Alot of changes, new faces and field arrangements, D3Z continues to promote and expand to share airsofting experience with others beyond the Knightdale, NC area. D3Z has worked very hard to keep unit members involved and today we are going to share some of our retention methods that have worked, perhaps for other teams looking to do the same this may help.
On this program: We honor Black History, Maurice White founder of Earth, Wind & Fire has passed away, President Obama calls anti-Muslim rhetoric 'inexcusable', Delta Flight make emergency stop when 2 flight attendants start fighting at 30k feet, This week in court and much more.
Damion Murrill & Siloam released their debut, Take A Stand, to great reviews. Bob Marovich of The Journal of Gospel Musicsaid, “On his debut solo CD, Take a Stand, Damion Murrill demonstrates effective tutelage as a protégé of Donald Lawrence as he leads his own gospel group, Siloam (pron. Sill-OAM) on a baker’s dozen of thoughtful and rousing selections.”
On February 19th, Murrill is dropping his third single, “He Rose”, just in time for Easter.
Here is more info about Damion Murrill:
He’s a former member of the renowned, award-winning Tri-City Singers.
He’s a singer, songwriter, producer, choreographer and owner of the Wilmington, NC-based Divinity Music Studios.
His CD, Take A Stand, is distributed by New Day Christian Distributors and debuted in the Top 20 on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart.
Damion Murrill & Siloam won three 2015 SFGMA Awards for Best Gospel Contemporary Group, Best Gospel Choir, and Best Gospel Song for “Take A Stand”.
The ensemble has been nominated for four 2016 Rhythm of Gospel Awards: Urban Contemporary/R&P CD Of The Year, Contemporary Group/Ensemble Of The Year, Contemporary Artist Of The Year and Product Packaging Of The Year.
He’s been featured on TBN (in a number of markets), NBC (in Montgomery, AL), FOX (in Baltimore, MD), FOX (in Columbia, SC), Cornerstone TV, The Christian Television Network, TCT, The Dorinda Show and The Word Network.
MEET Jacquelyn (Moore) Payne who was born and raised in Knoxville Tennessee and graduated from the University of Tennessee Knoxville with a degree in Child and Family Studies. She lives in Powder Springs GA with her longtime friend and husband Kenneth Sr, their 11 year old kidpreneur son Kenneth Jr. and their adorable black lab Koffe! She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and enjoys networking, the arts, musicals, laughing and just having fun learning about the coffee industry!
Jacquelyn worked with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys and Girls Club and the YMCA as a Program Director and Center Leader and have served on many Board of Directors. My career moved to marketing and I worked for Yellowbook USA, WKGN Radio and WAHI Radio stations. She decided to go out on my own, so she started a community directory in Knoxville TN called the Knoxville Black Pages, which expanded to Black Pages East TN. In 2008 they changed the name to NMP Information Services which has NMP Business Pages (Website design, marketing, advertising, promotional items, etc), NMP Coffee Shop (online healthier ORGANO products, networking, fundraisers, promotional items, extra income, etc), NMP Kids or K.E.N.N.Y (Kid Entrepreneurs Need Nurturing Young) activities, and soon we are adding more to our NMP Wellness (Weight Loss and Skin Care). Currently we provide Personal Care and Personal Development Resources.
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The buying and renovation of houses and stores in deteriorated urban neighborhoods by upper- or middle-income families or individuals, thus improving property values but often displacing low-income families and small
It appears that changes are going on in neighborhoods known as “The Ghetto’ in America. What used to be classified as so-called Black neighborhoods are becoming open season to a new class of more affluent residents who move in. A new development of the property comes and usually, it is accompanied by a severe increase in housing prices which could displace the neighborhood’s longtime residents. This is called gentrification and it follows a long practice of invaders to the American lands.
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