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  • 00:30

    Weird & Unwired

    in Motivation

    Do you sometimes feel like you're weird, you don't quite fit in or that your mind seems to work in a different way?


    In this launch show we will look at what it means to be weird and unwired in a world where being normal is so valuable... or is it?

  • 02:00

    Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years After-Al Johnson and Dave and Rose...NOLA musicans

    in Books

    It was in December 1959 that Alvin Lee Johnson (born June 20, 1939) entered Cosimo Matassa’s recording studio.  He emerged from the studio on Governor Nicholls Street with what would be a belated hit song and a new name, Al “Carnival Time” Johnson.  Joe Ruffino produced the recording session for his Ric label and Carnival Time eventually joined Professor Longhair’s Go to the Mardi Gras and Big Chief, and the Hawkettes’ Mardi Gras Mambo as classics of the New Orleans Mardi Gras.


    Johnson, like so many New Orleans musicians, grew up in the city’s Ninth Ward where he played trumpet and piano.  Born in 1939, he was influenced early on by Sugar Boy Crawford, Fats Domino, and Smiley Lewis.


    Alvin Johnson, best known for his famous song, "Carnival Time," has been a New Orleans Mardi Gras icon for over 40 years. A Rhythm & Blues performer, Al is a New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival veteran and has worked with the likes of Aaron Neville, Oliver Morgan, Bobby Lonero as well as (the late Tommy Ridgley, Jessie Hill, Bobby Mitchell, Eddie Bo & Ernie K-Doe) 


    Al has performed on the "Louisiana Jukebox" TV program and been the star of a highly successful Louisiana Lottery Mardi Gras campaign. Al has also been the subject of numerous articles in Mardi Gras Guide, New Orleans Magazine, Offbeat Magazine, The Louisiana Weekly, The Times Picayune, and Gambit Weekly.


    Also on the show, we have an amazing local New Orleans team...."Dave and Rose"...these fine local musicians will share their music and perspective regarding the 10 years after Katrina... Please join us for a fest of great music and perspective from NOLA musicians...

  • 00:28

    Sermon reading: "The Science of Healing" by John G. Lake

    in Religion

    Chicago, 1920


    "In Him was life; and the life was the light of men", (John 1:4).


    There is a difference between Christianity and philosophy.  (I presume some folks are inquiring why it is that there is always that keynote in my addresses.)


    God gave me the privilege of living in the heart of philosophic South Africa where we have one million five hundred thousand who are ministered to by Buddhist, Confucianist and Brahman riests.  Every imaginable cult has its representatives there.  I was amazed to discover that the whites were gradually assimilating the philosophy of the east, just as we Westerners are assimilating the philosophy of the East and have been doing so for a long time.  (Aren't we seeing the same thing today?  AW)


    The difference between philosophy and religion, particularly the religion of Jesus Christ, is in the words I quoted from the Scripture:  "In him was life; and the life was the light of men." 


    Philosophy is light.


    But it is not a LIFE GIVER......


    These are Dr. Lake's opening statements.  In today's broadcast, we will continue with the reading of this LIFE REVEALING MESSAGE.


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  • 01:01

    Something's Brewing with Casey and John - Holland Cowger

    in Entertainment

    Join us 


    Holland was born and raised in Hollywood, California, and currently lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It was not uncommon for the entire clan to spend holidays, birthdays and other important life events together. Holland’s father is a jazz musician. He plays a haunting and beautiful alto sax. As a child Holland used to love watching his father play. Some of his fondest memories are of nights spent in all-night jazz clubs till the wee hours of the morning watching him pour every inch of his soul into his glorious sax. His mother, Keithe, is an avid reader. Holland’s childhood was filled with jazz, rock and roll, art and an endless stream of books. But there was also his love of baseball. Holland’s dad signed him up for the Hollywood Little League when he was eight years old. Baseball came easily to him. Hailing down flies beneath huge summer skies, watching the ball explode off his bat and disappear into a tiny dot. He soon learned that this was a game filled with poetry and miracles, an inch being the difference between failure and success.


    Our show starts live at 11:30am sharp and our call in line is (646) 200-4173


    John Henry Soto www.johnhenrysoto.com
    Casey McDougal http://www.CaseyMcDougal.com/

  • 00:31

    The Grantham Taylor Hughes Show

    in Legal

    Every Sunday at 6:30 PM EST, Dr. Lord Grantham Taylor, Hughes J.d., L.c.m.D., Ph.D. (Grantham), explores the 1930 Geneva Convention International bankruptcy and its contemporary effects on our society. He also analyses the necessity of his four foundation bankruptcy platform planks of health, sovereignty, solvency, and afianchetto. These planks include talking about bankruptcy money issues, e.g., Federal Reserve exemption account accessable fees which help those in need along with detailed information regarding all currency.


    Grantham, having  been a contracts expert for many years is presently a retired trust lawyer with his family as the eminent Bauer-Rothschild clan that gleans his Lordship as one Baron von Bauer-Rothschild. That credibility and his Self-Realization experience in India many years ago displays his particular brand of intelligently illuminating yet glib presentation. Along with his journalist "side-kick" Gabriella Foster, they bring a fun atmosphere to seemingly lugubrious salient subjects effecting our world today. Come join this "dynamic duo" and learn about important information necessary in negotiating our way in a venue of confusion at times. Clear and cogent insightfulness genuinely will enable many to free themselves from the political ignorance around them. Much of this ignorance remains the problem of not knowing the Uniform Commercial code (UCc) and its lawful presence in the international courts. We know that the courts remain mostly in denial of the UCc. Grantham explains rightfully so as of the bankruptcy embarrassment and potential handgun revolution concern. He adds that provocative positions are unnecessary and working together gathering wisdom instead of adversarialism. Again, join this perfect recumbentibus team extrapolating a more powerfully pithy political posture found nowhere else. 

  • 00:31

    When is too much tv bad tv?

    in Comedy

    Join us for our "WTF" segment where we talk about the weirdest topics! 


     


    Tonight's main topic is "When is too much tv bad tv?" Are we losing our productivity with reality tv? Join the conversation! 

  • 00:10

    Kirk TV

    in Television

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  • 00:54

    Science, Sound and Spirituality with David Hulse

    in Spirituality

    Join Master Teacher David Hulse as he explores science, sound and spirituality.

  • 00:16

    Catch Conversation: John Fischer on Gideon

    in Christianity

    Join John and Marti Fischer as they continue their series on Gideon. To see all of John's posts and short videos on Gideon, click here.

  • 01:55

    Premise Liability/Current Events/Weird News/Politics

    in Culture

    We are going to learn what is premises liability?


    Learn how  to protect yourself against it.


    Learn if someone else’s negligence has affected your life and what you should do about it.


    Attorney Bendell  will come to share about Premises Liability


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    Daily Dose of Weird with Darren Marlar


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    Current Event Poetry with Lois Powers


    Wait to hear from her what has happened over the past week as she recites her poetry written about it.


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    Talking Politics with Valerie's Son


    Join the conversation as he share what has happened over the past week in the world of politics.


     

  • 00:31

    "The Science of Healing" sermon by John G. Lake Pt. 2

    in Religion

    In this section, Dr. Lake goes into the scientific process of digestion in the human body.  Then he draws parallels between that and the way the spirit, soul and body 'absorb' the power of God.  It has made me curious to look up the natural digestion process and see what man has learned about it since the time of Lake.


    "In the process of digestion, it is something like this.  The food we eat is reduced to vegetable lymph before it is absorbed by the body.  But no scientist in the world has ever been able to satisfactorily explain what it is that changes the lymph and makes it LIFE.  Something happens when it is in the body that changes it to life.


    I want to tell you what grew up in my soul, and how I proved the fact.  I could feel sometimes in the attitude of prayer just as you have felt hundreds of times, the impulse of the Spirit moving down through your brain and your person to the ends of your fingers...just little impulses of God presence in your life.  And I have said, If there was an instrument powerful enough, I believe men could see the action of the brain cells and see what took place.


    Here is the secret of digestion."


    Today, Part 2 of this wonderful sermon revealing the 'spiritual mechanics' behind the operations of God's Spirit.