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  • 00:12

    AT&T Presents: An Ear 2 the Future! Wendy Raquel Robinson

    in Education

    Wendy Raquel Robinson, who plays Tasha Mack on BET's The Game, may have built a huge following since joining the series in 2006, but she hasn’t forgotten where her TV roots lie—The Steve Harvey Show. Nor has she forgotten those fellow cast members whose ensemble work made “Piggy” Greer a household name. “I was with Steve Harvey and his family while we were in Atlanta. Terri Vaughn is also in Atlanta, so I saw her as well. Cedric [the Entertainer] is a wonderful sponsor at my nonprofit, so he helps out tremendously. I see him and his wife at our productions,” she tells That’s Entertainment host Tammy Jones Gibbs. “That was a very special show and a special time in my life, and I think it was for them as well. So we all remain very dear to each other. And I’ll be going out to do Steve’s radio show soon.”

  • 01:00

    Rodney Perry Live - Episode #6 - Wendy Raquel Robinson

    in Comedy

    Wendy Raquel Robinson stops by Rodney Perry Live to spread some of her lovely energy. Listen in as Wendy and Rodney talk about everything from the "Steve Harvey Show" to "The Game".

  • 00:47

    BET's "The Game" Hosea Chanchez and Wendy Raquel Robinson

    in Entertainment

    Hey everyone! I have a exciting show for you!  Meet the stars from BET's hit show "The Game"  I'll have Mrs.Wendy Raquel Robinson, who plays Tasha Mack and Hosea Chanchez,  who plays Malik Wright on the show. We'll discuss the new season and more. This is going to be a fun show...

  • 00:57

    Wendy Raquel Robinson

    in Entertainment




    A cum laude graduate of Howard University where she received her bachelor of arts in drama, actress Wendy Raquel Robinson has appeared in several plays such as "The Vagina Monologues," "Black Woman's Blues" and "Agnes of God," and has made guest appearances in several television series, including "Martin," "The Parkers" and "All of Us." But it was her role as "Principal Regina Grier" in the sitcom "The Steve Harvey Show," which really brought her career to the forefront. From there she starred in films like "Two Can Play That Game" and Something New" with Sanaa Lathan and now she is back in her role as "Tasha Mack" in "The Game" which will be premiering on the BET network on January 11, 2011. She is also co-founder and Executive Director of the Amazing Grace Conservatory, a theatrical program which train and develop youths from ages 5-18 in the performing arts. Join me, Tammy Jones-Gibbs for a special edition of "That's Entertainment" on Wednesday, December 22 at 2:30pm EST as I interview the beautiful, talented and funny, Wendy Raquel Robinson.

  • 00:30

    My Journey of Faith

    in Women

    Today's show at 1:30 CST:  Wendy Blight joins Cynthia to share her personal testimony and journey into God's Word for restoration and healing.


    In 1986, Wendy had just graduated from college and after a day of relaxing by the pool was met in her apartment by a masked man. This man then spent the afternoon raping and sexually assualting Wendy. After this horrific ordeal, Wendy struggled to piece her life back together.  She married, started law school and a family. On the outside, everything looked great. Underneath, Wendy was angry at God and looking for answers. Over time Wendy learned allowed God to free her from her fear.  Today, Wendy is a confident wife, mother and Bible teacher.  She wants others to experience the healing she found in God’s Word.


    http://wendyblight.com


    http://myjourneyoffaith.com/


    https://www.facebook.com/MyJourneyOfFaithRadio


     

  • 01:59

    The Andrew Powell Show w/ Darrin Williamson and Eric Robinson

    in Sports

    We have a special show tonight for you, Miami and America (and Vancouver, Canada)! TONIGHT ON THE SHOW (LIVE at 8:00 PM EST): The show will lead off with the Bleacher Report's and The Ticket Miami's Ethan Skolnick! And then right after that, Shelley Smith from ESPN will be joining the guys. And after the first hour with our special guests, it's Andrew vs. Cleveland...... You will NOT want to miss this! You can call into the show at (929) 477-1592 and you can tweet the show @andrewrpowell, @ThePowellShow or @305SportsNLife. The Andrew Powell Show w/ Darrin Williamson and Eric Robinson is LIVE Sunday-Thursday here on MSL Radio from 8-10 PM EST and rebroadcasted nationally (and in Canada) Monday-Friday from 11AM-1PM EST/8-10 AM PST on WGTS-DB.

  • 01:15

    WeAreOneAmerica 2nd Amendment Stance with Raquel Okyay

    in Politics

    join Raquel every Tuesday for the 2nd amendment stance only on American peoples radio network.

  • 02:00

    May27@10pmET CandidFrankLiveCFLtalk with Guest David Knott of "NotHereNFL"

    in Football

    Tonight's Show:


    0) QB here, QB there, and QBs Every where, New and Old.
    Bo Levi Mitchell Blind Passing Skills share yours on CFL You Tube.
    In Toronto Ricky Ray and Trevor Harris
    Saskatchewan Darian Durant
    BC Travis Lulay
    Will Burris have options this year
    Who will be number One In Winnipeg
    Is Montreal good with their Number 1?
    Will Collaros stay healthy in Hamilton
    Edmonton is set but will Riley be healthy this and especially when it matters
    Former Boise State quarterback Grant Hedrick,



    Rookie Camps Underway, the game is back and as a CFL Fan you can get up close and personal with your CFL Team.
    Tanenbaum of TSN & Tanenbaum Argo Owners, a couple of days after purchase of the Team was announced declared there will be a NFL Team in Toronto.  How does the purchase affect the existing CFL Franchise, for example does this mean the NFL Toronto Team could become the Argonauts?  So many questions, so little time.  David Knott joins us, the NOT NFL in Toronto Guy.  Love his Facebook Group.
    In Montreal Michael Sam brushed off a reporter's comparison between himself and Jackie Robinson, who played for a minor-league team in Montreal before breaking the colour barrier in Major League Baseball.  "I'm just here to play football," Sam said. "I'm not here to try to do anything historic."  He did, though, have a message for Montreal's LGBT community.  "If you're afraid of what your family and friends may think ... come to me. I'll be your family."  Has winning the Grey Cup become much more difficult for the Home Team now? Are the bombers the home team at the wrong time. 
    Win a Trip for Two to 103rd Grey Cup in Winnipeg, check it out on CFL.ca

  • 00:27

    Wednesday night flip side songs

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Victor Salon Orchestra, La Golondrina


    Apache dance


    The Varsity Eight, Talkin' To Myself 


    Bob Haring & his Orch. Eliza


    Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman, Room 1411


    Tex Beneke & Orch. Why don't we say we're Sorry? 


    Podcast Link  


    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:


    www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or oscssw@juno.com


    Victor 21055 (Black Label popular) 10”


    Victor BVE-34324 1/12/1926


    La Golondrina / Victor Salon Orchestra


    Victor BVE-40184 10/15/1927


    Apache dance / Victor Salon Orchestra


    Victor Salon Orchestra 


    Release Date: 2/1928 Delete (Cutout) Date: 1941


    Talkin' To Myself 
    (Bernard / Robinson 


    The Varsity Eight and was also a Pseudonym for the California Ramblers


    10-3-1924 New York, New York Cameo 620 1169=c


    Bob Haring & Orch. Eliza


    Cameo Records 1180=C TRE0515 10-13-1924


    Written By KAHN-FIORITO


    Room 1411


    Brunswick 80029 A Album B-1007 Written by Glenn Miller & Benny Goodman


    TEX BENEKE & ORCH.


    WHY DON'T WE SAY WE'RE SORRY 


    RCA Victor 20-2190-B    1947


    Chummy Mac Gregor Harry Harris


    With the Glenn Miller Orchestra & the Melio Larks

  • 00:23

    Part 1- Interview with Author, Mack Williams - WWII Diaries

    in Books

    Mack Charles Williams is a writer, musician, and composer who resides in Rahway, N.J.


    His film, Rich From Within (an adaptation of his originally-written musical play), premiered at the Action On Film Festival in Long Beach, CA in July, 2007, where it was one of the nominees for Best Screenplay.  His second film, Your Roommate, won the Best Feature Film award at the PhilaFilm festival in 2013, the same year that his next film, For Old Times’ Sake, premiered at the inaugural Churches Making Movies film festival in Clark, N.J. He is the creator, screenwriter and composer for a new TV sitcom entitled Higher Ground, as well as screenwriter for several episodes of the web-based sitcom, Thug Kidz, produced and directed by Kenya Cagle & CaglevisionMultimedia Enterprises.   


    Mack is the editor of his mother's critically acclaimed memoir, "WWII Diary," as well as the author of the forthcoming children's book, "Jackie Robinson and the Negro Leagues." His blogs have been featured on various sites for years (currently The SEVEN at the7blog.wordpress.com), and became  the basis of his first two books:  "Voices From The Blue States" and "Sportin' Life: Essays On Sport and Life."  Additionally, he has combined his varied interests by producing political radio commercials and PSAs for progressive candidates and causes.


     

  • 01:30

    Experience Empowerment By Saying NO And Meaning It

    in Spirituality

    Saying NO can be the hardest two letter that you can ever utter, and the most empowering.  Saying no to your loved ones, to your children, husband and family and friends is monumentally challenging. Saying no to your employer and work colleagues is challenging also, but from a different stand point, but challenging none the less.  Saying no to people asking for charitable donations and no to the destitute, displaced and homeless asking for money, while standing on the corner with a hand written sign, has another set of challenges, all of which play havoc with your emotions.  Saying no to certain things can be a no-brainer.  No, you cannot have my left and right kidney!  No! I’m not giving you your car keys; you might not be aware of this, but you’re drunk.
    Within all of this, the irony here is, that the person you find it hardest to utter those two syllables to, and mean it, is yourself.  Saying no can hurt you too, because you know that it’s not what the other person wants to hear and they're hurting. There is nothing that you can do about their hurt, other than to be truthful in who you are.  By empowering you; you empower them.


    Join me Dr. Wendy Dearborne choice expert and life coach and Olivia Lashley expressions coach and artist as we explore empowerment through saying no.

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