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  • 00:17

    2015 Special Olympics World Games Theme Song Writers join us on REAL TALK SPORTS

    in Sports

    This summer, Los Angeles will welcome 7,000 inspirational athletes from 177 different countries to the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games. Supporting children and adults with intellectual disabilities, the World Games is the world’s largest sports and humanitarian event.


    To celebrate, The Coca-Cola Company, Founding Partner of Special Olympics, has assembled a star-studded team to record an anthem for the 2015 World Games, titled “Reach Up.” The new song will debut in early June, and will be performed during the Opening Ceremonies at the World Games on July 25.


    “Reach Up” features Cody Simpson and Marc Roberge, lead singer for O.A.R., accompanied by Breanna Bogucki, a singer and decorated Special Olympics athlete from Illinois, and Madison Tevlin, a young woman with Down syndrome who found fame earlier this year with her cover of “All of Me.” The grouping was inspired by Special Olympics Unified Sports- a program that brings people with and without intellectual disabilities together on the same team to compete. 


    Fans can support Special Olympics by sharing the “Reach Up” music video on social media using the hashtag #ReachUp. Coca-Cola will donate one dollar to Special Olympics for every “Reach Up” video share using the hashtag leading up to the World Games.


     

  • 00:35

    Chief William Schievella (retired) and the Special Olympics games.

    in Radio

    On the Jersey Beat, retired Chief William Schievella, talks about the upcoming Special Olympics games. Don't miss another great show, hosted by Donna Ramon Hernandez  

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  • 01:01

    We're back - and talking about basketball, Special Olympics and new projects.

    in Self Help

    After way too long of a break, the NETworthy show is back and we've got a ton to talk about. Where have we been and why the absence? It's been a long year run up to the 2014 Special Olympics National Summer Games in Vancouver, for both myself and the team I coach - 3 years in actuality. How did we do? Tune in - many of you may know the outcome, but the details of the week are anything but minor. I couldn't have asked for more heart stopping drama without ensuring the presence of a defibrillator.


    So I'll talk about the Games, the team, the absolute beauty of the human potential, where we, as a family and a team, have been and where we are going. We have started to reach out beyond our immediate geographical vicinity to engage as many as possible in a vision for a future that we are wanting to create for our son and his peers, and want to encourage anyone to give us feedback and join in the journey. So that is on the program agenda as well.


    This program has had many downloads and live listeners, and I really hope I can offer a reason to call in and engage in a dialogue about anything planned and presented or something that might be triggered in the listener during the show.
     

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the celebration of International Workers' Day, May Day, and its history; May Day is being commemorated throughout the world including the Republic of South Africa where COSATU is holding a mass demonstrations in Pretoria and other cities throughout the country; and 15 people have been killed in the capital of the Horn of Africa state of Somalia after a mosque collapsed. In the second hour we present an archived interview with Michelle Alexander speaking about the racialization of the prison industrial complex in the United States. The final hour looks back on the history of African American rebellions in Baltimore in both 1968 and 2015, on the anniversary of the Freddie Grey unrest one year ago.

  • 00:01

    Special Sunday Sojourn

    in Elections

    Mary Scully, independent Socialist candidate for US president, is here to discuss her campaign.
    She'll be talking w/ Ruthann Amarteifio about issues that we should all be concerned about.  Many of these are not being mentioned by the other candidates, particularly those in the uni-party.  (Such as peace, climate change, shutting down the 900 US bases around the world, etc.)
    An activist for all of her adult life, Mary has been, and is still, active in women's rights, anti-war actions, LGBTQ rights, Black youth rights, civil rights, rights for union workers, working people's rights, democracy, and so much more.
    She has been w/ Palestinian Solidarity since 1967, and is a firm supporter of Kashmir.
    Learn about her candidacy----why she is not run-of-the-mill----
    She puts education of the people as a priority---Only w/ knowledge can we make the best decisions for our world---
    An amazing woman!  You DO have a choice!!
     

  • 00:28

    saturday special

    in Music

    music

  • 00:42

    THE PRINCE SPECIAL :The Purple Reign Remix

    in Entertainment

    Prince, was an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and actor. He was a musical innovator.. He has sold over 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists of all time ..

  • 02:00

    The Sports Offensive with JP & Marc

    in Sports

    Sunday May 1st at 12:30pm Eastern,


    It’s our Post Draft Special!!!


    We’re going to recap the NFL Draft!  Best selection, worst selection, most surprising selection, overall best team draft and worst team draft.  We will also take a look at some social media surprises from the first round!


    We want to hear from you on your thoughts on your favorite teams draft, you can call into the show live at 929-477-3204.


    The first rounds are almost over and the second rounds are starting in the NHL and NBA Playoffs!  Steph Curry got injured but Portland beat the Clippers.  Did Golden State luck out with the Trail Blazers winning?  In the NHL, the Flyers and Wild gave the Cap’s and Star’s all they could handle.  What’s next for the top 2 teams in the NHL.


    We will take a look at this past week in baseball.  We have some suspensions, teams falling apart and some teams rising to the occasion!


    It’s time to get Offensive!!!

  • 01:22

    Damon Rosen's Insane Sunday

    in Politics Conservative

    Going back to the roots of the Show this week, INSANITY!  Thank you Islam!  Broadcasting Live from inside of MIKE'S PLACE JERUSALEM!  We are living in an up-side-down world right.  Good is bad, right is wrong, Islam is peaceful ... .  We are going to have a jam packed, edutaining time from a legendary establishment.  So listen in, call in, join the chat room, or better yet ... Come on down to Mike's Place Jerusalem for the show!  Happy Hour Special (1+1)

  • 00:34

    IT'S POST TIME WITH THE GREEK

    in Sports

    BROADCASTING LIVE ON BOSTON TRACK TALK RADIO WE HAVE SPECIAL GUEST’S AND WE GET THE TOP JOCKEY’S AT ALL THE LOCAL TRACKS. TRAINER’S FROM THE WINNING STABLES EACH WEEK COME ON THE SHOW TO GIVE THERE INSIGHT.
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