Majestic Natural Beauty

Majestic Natural Beauty
Grand Canyon November 22, 2007

Friday, May 1, 2009

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If you have hypertension Look at this.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Safe,easy to charge electric cars Now!!

High gas prices, emission concerns drive the search for the gas car alternative, the electric car. Hybrid and electric cars are being pushed by all of the companies. Diane Rehm leads a fascinating
show on probably a partial solution to the energy crises.



Veteran of OL School.Music, Jerry Waxler.

The person at Atlantic records in the old days worked with Wilson ,Pickett, Aretha Franklin, The Drifters and many more, dies at 91. but he relates a host of stories about the old days of radio, promoting his songs, recording them. If you're "Ol School", you'll love this piece.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Sunday, July 27, 2008

United Way Volunteer Recognition Event

Here I am at the United Way Minority Volunteer Recognition breakfast held in the 500 ballroom in the Indiana Convention Center on July 19, 2008. I was both Honored and humbled to be recognized for my twenty years as a volunteer Youth Basketball coach at the Burello Family Center. They have a strong comprehensive youth program and a wonderful staff headed by Lynda Burello. She thinks of the kids first, last and always. It has been my distinct pleasure to be a small part of that program over the years!

United Way Volunteer Recognition Event

Friday, February 29, 2008

A Thoughtful Call

A thoughtful charming and beautiful Young Lady calls and is remembered with a telling song by the "Dells".

Sunday, October 7, 2007

NPR : Devra Davis: Chemicals, Cancer and You

NPR : Devra Davis: Chemicals, Cancer and You
As I was reading an Indianapolis newspaper article on the Millions being donated to a cancer facility by a local football star, I wondered how much of that millions would actually be devoted to finding the actual cause of cancer. I wondered how much would go to brick and mortar; to salaries etc, etc. further I thought about technology, food, chemicals other sundry items in use today as possible causes; and the seemingly lack of concern of the cancer research community going for total eradification of cancer. And just as these thoughts were going through my head this report came on the radio. The show is entitled " Fresh Air", hosted by Terry Gross in an engaging interview with Devra Davis discussing the very concerns I had just pondered. Please give a listen to this very enlightening piece.

Saturday, September 29, 2007

No favorite in 700-room hotel race | ®

No favorite in 700-room hotel race ®
Erica Fluckus is in the News again. Ms. Fluckus is becoming an involved citizen in Tucson. With her company becoming a vital force in that community. Look to hear much more from this young lady of vision and promise.

Friday, September 21, 2007

Tucson Weekly : CityWeek : City Week

Tucson Weekly : CityWeek : City Week
This is Erica Fluckus' dream come true. Congratulations to Erica for providing good quality Christian entertainment for all to see especially our youth.

Monday, July 2, 2007

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Car spies seek car design elements

Car spy takes pictures of new secret car prototypes. And the car manufacturers want the public to get excited about their new cars so they really don't mind the sneak peek at their new designs

Farai Chideya Talks about 1st African American woman to the North pole

On news and Notes, the first African American woman to reach the North Pole is noted.

Patti Smith on Fresh air

A interview featuring her album of the famous songs of many groups. Her album is called "Twelve.

Friday, June 15, 2007

The author talks about her book: Mama's Tears

Carlene Heeter talks about her book, a Mama's Tears a Memoir. she reads excerpts from the book and takes questions from the audience in this episode.

Monday, April 23, 2007


It's about time, I say. Hip hop Mogul calls for no more offensive words in the Hip-Hop genre. Hooray, hooray for Russell Simmons. A positive byproduct of the Don Imus situation.

Obama says Bush No World Leader

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Getting on with the forgiveness process

Perhaps it was divine intervention that Vivian Springer was the Rutgers Women's Basketball team coach at this point in time. This was the first time that the Rutgers Women's basketball team had ever reached the Women's Basketball Tournament finals. And under Mrs. Springer's tutelage they achieved a lofty goal to be celebrated for all times. Her deportment, her grace, her dignity and class was in my estimation far and above all of the ranting and raving of the (who asked you) spokespersons addressing the Imus situation. To quote Mrs. Don Imus upon meeting with the Rutgers Women Basketball Team, "they were courageous and beautiful women".
Although, Mr. Imus is off the airwaves, we must not bury our heads in the sands of complacency but we must hold all of those on our airwaves to the same standard by not allowing hurtful, degrading remarks to be spoken by any one White or black. Let's not preach to the choir, but lets understand that this behavior as a standard is still out there.

Internet NEWS

Monday, April 9, 2007

Featured Singer: Robin Stine

Courtesy of Podsafe Audio - Podsafe Music under the Creative Commons license for Podcasting

Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Alice in Wonderland

BendingCorners tribute to the late great Alice Coltrane. On January 12th 2007 the jazz world lost another of its pioneers. Alice was a seminal player in the Kozmigroov spiritual scene and this is BC’s take on her more mellow and moving material. Spark a J, relax, and float down stream.

Sunday, March 25, 2007

Ann Starks: Longtime Singer in Indianapolis

Ms. Starks talks about her early childhood in Missouri. Her involvement in many community theatrical endeavors around the city of Indianapolis, Indiana. Perhaps, she is best known for her portrayal of Mrs. Rosa Parks in "Ebony Footprints in the Sands of Time". She talks about her favorite song and her favorite play. She discusses her goals, her return to community theater and singing.

Friday, March 9, 2007


These podcasts keep us up to date on places, people things and events.

Monday, March 5, 2007

Interview with Playwright Ethel McCane

Prolific writer, playwright, director and founder of PraiseStage Productions Theater Company. She credits her early upbringing in the church as the foundation for her theatrical endeavors. Mrs. McCane recounts her numerous plays, columnist- journalist stints. Her mother, she says, discovered her talents as a future theatrical figure. She talks about her early start in the theater. And tells of her inspiration for the play "Ebony Footprints in the Sands of Time". She has a passion for taking her expertise in communication, writing and speaking skills to youth. She talks about her close knit family. You will positively enjoy listening to this vibrant, charismatic, multi-gifted spiritual woman- Mrs. Ethel McCane.

Saturday, March 3, 2007

Charles Watson Interview

Mr. Watson talks about his early experiences in the church as his background for performing. He has been singing all of his life. Mr. Watson has appeared in numerous productions including, Purlie, Showboat, Raisin in the Sun, Billy buckboard. He talks about his friendship with prolific playwright and author, Ethel McCane. He has appeared in many of her productions. He shares his wardrobe secrets about his "Red suit" he wore in "All that Talk About heaven".

Something's fishy

Jerry and Eugene talk about their fishing exploits. How they got started, who caught the most , who caught the biggest. Who bought fish when they were supposed to be fishing. Where do they go to fish. Who in the group was going Shark and/or whale fishing. Who caught eighty fish.
And who is this guy named Randy, it seems he has started all the rivalry, the controversy and he was'nt present at this roundtable. You'll get a great laugh if you have ever fished.

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Christi gilbert Interview

Christi talks about her early childhood experiences performing. and her being a Delta and growing up as a hometown girl in Indianapolis, Indiana. she talks about how she got on with a local community theater company (PraiseStage Production company) and made her first appearance for that company in 2006. so his will be her first full season .


Carmen goes on a diet. Being fifty and slightly overweight is not healthy.
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