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  • 00:59

    Interview With Josephine Earley and Kimberly D'Arcy: Live ; 646-716-7250 :

    in Self Help

    Josephine Earley is a wife and mother of two children Michael 16 and Megan 12. She is an early childhood teacher as well as a Purium health coach. Growing up, Josephine's Italian family grew their own organic vegetables and always cooked homemade meals. Of course she wanted to do the same for her family but found this more and more difficult as a full time teacher and Mom. Purium has helped her and her family get the organic non GMO super food nutrients her and her family needs.Mind Body,strong & Mom body Stroll founder Kimberly D’Arcy is a mother of 2 beautiful children Lilly age 5 and Jack age 3.  She is a Diamond Leader with Purium Health Products  whose main focus is whole food, organic non- gmo nutrition Kim has been able to help hundreds change the way they look at food and live a healthier lifestyle.  She has always been passionate about helping others improve their health and well being and has been actively engaged in health and fitness pursuits for over 20 years.Her competitive career has included over 15 years of running Marathons, Ultras and Stage Races followed by 5 years of triathlon specializing in Olympic,half-Iron-man and completing 2 Lake Placid Iron Man races.She began her personal training and coaching career while studying Physical Education and Health at Adelphi University in 1995. During this journey she also became passionate about the foods we were putting into our bodies and has made it her mission to educate families on how to make small healthy changes to thier life to deliver long lasting results. 

  • 00:32

    LOVE, SEX & MAYHEM w/ Miss Radiance

    in Blogs

    Miss Radiance was born on May 31, 1982 in Wilson North Carolina. She was raised by her grandmother, Josephine Jacob Johnson. Because of her shyness, the things that she wanted to express but could not say seemed to come out easier on paper. When she was 11 years old her grandmother bought her a diary as a Christmas gift. Which Miss Radiance soon realized that not only was writing fun, it was also therapeutic, and there was power in putting a pen to paper. She immediately fell in love w/ the passion of being able to creatively express herself. Her writing started out simple with diary entries and poetry. When she got to high school and became involved in relationships, drama, sex, all the trials teenagers go through, she began recording these events in the form of short stories, pulling inspiration from friends, classmates, along with her own personal experiences which brought her stories to life.








  • 00:30

    Hilu Fanta Celah Afro Futuristic' Mermaids to Renaissance Woman

    in Visual Arts

    Fanta Celah has been creating fine art for 19 years.  Throughout her career, she has received media recognition, through the likes of Rolling Out Magazine, TV3 (Acraa, Ghana), Voxafrica (London, UK), Essence Magazine, Ebony Magazine, Vogue, etc. She delves into photo realism, mixed media collage, 3d abstract, landscapes, geometric (henna), & cosmic paintings, and continues to push the bar, in the art world.  

    To date, Fanta Celah’s work has appeared in National Black Art Show, SOHO, NY 2008;  The Museum of  Science & Industry , Chicago, USA 2003,  2013;    Gallery Giuchard, Chicago, US 2008, 2014-2016; Dorsey's Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2010;  DakArt, Dakar, Senegal, 2012; Frameless Gallery, London, UK2011;  Espacio Gallery, London, UK 2015;  ArtAfrica: Art Basel, Miami USA, 2015;  KROMA Gallery, Miami USA, 2015; Eta Creative Arts, Chicago, USA 2012;  South Side Art Center Chicago USA 2001 & 2011;  Hard Rock Hotel, Chicago, US 2009;  Harlem Fine Art Show, Chicago, USA 2014-15;  Gallery 909, St. Petersburg, FL USA, 2015.

    In August 2015, she had her 2nd exhibition in London, where she debuted a pair of 'afro futuristic' mermaids and an amazing rendition of Josephine Baker.

    Amidst her world travels,  Fanta was honored to participate in DakArt 2012, in Dakar, Senegal, and has permanent art on display in the African Union and the National Museum of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She also received the Black Excellence award from the African American Arts Alliance, in 2012 at the Dusable Museum in Chicago, USA.  In 2013, Fanta went on world tour, to Dubai, India, Ethiopia, Ghana, and Egypt, creating 12 original works, to spawn her new global collection, “The Wonders of the World.” 




  • 03:01

    The Douglas/Canady Family & Friends NTWK

    in Friends

    Happy Holidays Family may Christ be the center of Christ-mas, It gives me great joy to welcome you to the final show of The Douglas/Canady Family and Friends NTWK for 2015. This show will be a Memorial of the late Elbert "Sonny Boy" Douglas, son of Ed and Isabelle Canady Douglas. Contributing to the show's success on tomorrow is. Janice Griffin Watson, Josephine Miller and guest co-host Angelia Franks. Listen in to hear what's on the Family mind on various topics, get updates on various things happening around your family. This show is power packed don't miss the opening, lines are limited. More importantly, come pay your respects to "Sonny Boy" Douglas. Show times are Dec.,14 2015 8-10pm CST

    Call phone# (914) 205-5590 to listen. Remember to press "1" to comment. These shows are recorded, you may click on this link and listen later, fast forward and rewind.  Seth (817) 808 2073 or Darlene (512) 922 8161 Peace

  • 01:35

    The Pam and Qu Show

    in Lifestyle

    The Pam and Qu Show is talking about it tonight...If you got something to say, then feel free to speak your mind.

  • 01:46

    BlaccTopp 9:15

    in Lifestyle

    BlaccTopp was raised on the streets of South Dallas, Texas. After the death of his father, feeling as though he had nowhere to turn he turned to the gang. The neighborhood gang, Dixon Circle 357um Gangsta Crips is where he would learn to become ruthless and unfeeling. Although he was deep in the gang and game he continued his studies for fear that his mother would make him move to Florida.
    By the age nineteen he had been shot three times and was on his way to the Texas Department of Corrections with a forty year prison sentence for distribution of narcotics. While inside he lost his youngest sister to the violence of drugs in 1996. After serving seven years he was granted parole (mainly due to his mother's efforts). He used the education that he obtained inside to land a job at a top engineering firm in Texas. He used his love of word play to push himself to local fame on the hip-hop scene in Texas and Florida but, he would lose his mother to cancer in 2006, only to lose his oldest sister to cancer in 2008 and he knew something had to change. He began to chronicle his life, his mishaps and his capers which gave birth to The Hustle Chronicles, his debut novel and soundtrack of the same name. He is a father to three young children and husband to a beautiful and supportive wife. They reside in the state of Florida.

  • 01:58

    Josephine Bolling, Author: The Penalty for Success 9:15 P.M. 10:00 P.M. Love

    in Lifestyle

    Josephine Bolling McCall was born in Lowndes County, Alabama. She attended G. W. Carver High School in Montgomery, Alabama State University and Auburn University.  She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (Retired), and was the first black president of the Alabama Association of School Psychologists and first person ever elected to serve two presidential terms.  She was the first black to serve as Alabama’s delegate to the National Association of School Psychologists.  She retired as Director of Special Education from the Phenix City Public Schools.  After retirement, she served as the Director of the Alabama League for the Advancement of Education working with six historical black colleges to provide tutorial and other educational services to public school children.

    McCall has served as president of: the Montgomery Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., the Montgomery Chapter of The Links, Inc., and The Elite Social and Civic Club; she is a member of The Carats, Inc. She served as president of the Montgomery Education Retirees Association, Area Director of the Alabama Education Retirees Association and member of the Alabama Education Retirees Foundation Board.  She currently serves as the president of The Elmore Bolling Foundation which she founded to preserve the legacy of her father.

    Josephine and husband, Charlie, have two children, Carlton Alan (Chuck) McCall and Jerilyn McCall Corlew and three grandchildren Adam McCall and Matthew and Clark Corlew. 

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  • 00:27

    The Pam and Qu Show

    in Lifestyle

    Pam aka I'm Not That Chick and Qu aka Goofy Gorgeous brings real talk every Wednesday night starting at 9pm CST, 10pm EST.....Always talking up a storm!

  • 01:00

    Finding Josephine with Dionne Ford

    in History


    Dionne's search for her family history began at age 12, when she asked a simple question: Grandpa, are you white?  Her grandfather’s answer sent her on a lifelong journey to piece together a family story and reveal a not uncommon but often untold part of American history.  His  grandparents were a slave named Tempy Burton and her master, Col. W. R. Stuart. Three decades after she first learned of this interracial, Civil War-era duo, she found another one of their descendants. Dionne's family’s history includes masters and slaves, Confederates and Senators, preachers and entertainers.  

    Dionne Ford is a freelance writer and M.F.A. candidate at New York University. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, More, Ebony and other publications. Her essay for MORE on her family’s history won two magazine awards. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two daughters and blogs about her family's history at FindingJosephine.com.


  • CUTV News Radio spotlights coach Josephine Withers

    in Self Help

    Oakland, CA – Life coaching is about making changes and creating a sense of movement in the person’s life. When we are emotionally overwhelmed, we can’t see the possibilities. Coaching is the ideal modality to help a person transform their challenges into new opportunities for a life that is satisfying, joyful and purposeful.

    Josephine Withers is a certified life and relationships coach offering spirit-based, heart-centered coaching to help individuals navigate major life transitions. With her compassionate, collaborative approach, Josephine creates a safe space where the client can draw on her own courage to inspire new ideas for their future.

    “What I wish for my clients is a sense of satisfaction and contentment with whatever choices they make,” says Josephine. “Ultimately, they are the person who best knows what’s good for them.”

    Josephine had taught art history at the University of Maryland-College Park for over 33 years before she pursued life coaching in 2004.

    “My philosophy was if they never remembered the name of a single artist, I was engaging their minds to see the world from a new perspective,” recalls Josephine. “When I would advise my graduate students, it was always more than just what courses to take next semester. It was about life choices. Looking back, I coached my students.”

    Josephine serves as an inspiring role model for women who are fearful of making big changes in their life.

    “People who know me think of me as an adventurous and courageous person,” says Josephine. “I’ve walked the talk in my own life. Clients trust me even when I challenge them because I create a space where they can really flourish.”

    For more information on Josephine Withers, visit www.josephinewithers.com

  • 00:36


    in Entertainment

    One of America’s most beloved writers, Ann Hood, joins Halli at her table, Wednesday, September 2, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show.

    Ann Hood is the author of six works of fiction, including the bestseller THE KNITTING CIRCLE and most recently THE OBITUARY WRITER, as well as a memoir, COMFORT: A JOURNEY THROUGH GRIEF, chronicling the death of her five-year-old daughter Grace and her subsequent search for healing. She is also the editor of KNITTING YARNS: WRITERS ON KNITTING. The winner of two Pushcart prizes as well as Best American Food Writing, Best American Travel Writing, and Best American Spiritual Writing Awards, her essays and short stories have appeared in many journals, magazines, and anthologies, including The Paris Review, Ploughshares, and Tin House. She is a faculty member in the MFA in Creative Writing program at The New School in New York City and also teaches at NYU. Her latest best-seller tells the stirring multigenerational story of an Italian-American family. In THE ITALIAN WIFE, Ann Hood brings us a delicious family saga, at its heart the life of the extraordinary Josephine Rimaldi—her joys, sorrows, and passions, a story that spans more than seven decades and as many generations, a sweeping and evocative portrait of a family bound by love and heartbreak.

    What better time to sit down and read  a fantastic family saga than the end of summer? Wednesday, September 2, 3 pm ET learn all about Ann Hood’s latest book THE ITALIAN WIFE on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.