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I don't write to right. I write so that others might. You can know the word but not the author

I don't write to right. I write so that others might. You can know the word but not the author


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I don't write to right. I write so that others might. You can know the word but not the author






The Daily Mess Walk With Me

Mentally distracted by an attraction to the things that raise the anxiety level. Living off the endorphins generated by a mind body and soul that can't seem to readjust to its position of wanting to know about everything. How can it change without feeling like the world is going to bust through my front door?


Avery Roberson From NBC's The Voice

Avery was inspired to get into music by his father who played in a country band. He picked up the guitar, started singing, and now performs anywhere he can from coffee shops to senior centers. He enjoys playing for the older folks and says that grandmas love him, which has helped him gain confidence with his stage presence. Avery's parents have fostered children throughout his whole life, so when he isn't performing, he enjoys connecting with his foster siblings through music. Avery comes to...


Play It Forward Episode 230 With Amy Morin 13 Things Strong Kids Do

Hey it’s Arroe. This is Play It Forward. A look at the unexpected changes endured by entertainers, writers, camera people and all others affected but not infected by the global invasion of the Coronavirus. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward. Episode 230 with Amy Morin Her new book is titled 13 Things Strong Kids Do. She’s a licensed clinical social worker and frequent TV contributor -- provides the tools tweens need to overcome life’s toughest challenges, including...


Stream Thinking Covid Homes

April 20, 2021 I call them “Covid Homes.” We’ve all got them in our neighborhoods. Covid Homes! They aren’t for sale. They’re lifeless. The yards are somewhat mowed. The trees sort of trimmed. But the owners haven’t been seen since the start of the pandemic in March of 2020. Every one of us walk or drive by them. I’m talking about homes that were once vibrant with cars parked in the driveway and neighbors seen talking to each other. A year and month later the people are still gone! Covid...


Iconic Guitarist Richard Thompson Releases The Book Bee Swing

"THE FINEST ROCK SONGWRITER AFTER DYLAN AND THE BEST ELECTRIC GUITARIST SINCE HENDRIX." - LOS ANGELES TIMES Richard Thompson is an icon in the music industry, the consummate musician's musician, whom Rolling Stone has called one of the twenty greatest guitarists of all time. As an influential songwriter, his beloved compositions have been recorded by such artists as Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, and the Neville Brothers, and Time includes one of his own recordings on their All-Time 100...


Holding Hands






Turning Shy Off



Jose Figueroa Jr From NBC's The Voice

Jose's love of singing was solidified after his first performance in church at six years old. He continued singing in church and as his love of music grew his talent was quickly noticed. Professional gigs started rolling in and Jose soon found himself performing on stages all over the world. With a desire to share his experiences and help others nurture their relationship with music he began offering vocal and dance lessons. Jose now lives in Florida and is a respected performer and Zumba...


Just Part Of The Group



Pod Crashing Episode 99 With Roy Wood Jr From Roy's Job Fair

Pod Crashing Episode 99 with comedian Roy Wood Jr The podcast is Roy’s Job Fair. He explores the human condition every week through the prism of employment. Real people from ALL lines of work talking about their most memorable jobs, employment vacancies they’re looking to fill, scams they’ve run at the office, and of course, the cringe-worthy office romances.


The D Word



Cam Anthony From NBC's The Voice

Cam grew up in North Philadelphia and turned to music as an escape from the violence and crime he faced in the city. He learned at an early age how to control his voice and honed his skills in the church choir. At 11, Cam's life changed forever after a video of him singing a Bruno Mars song went viral. Cam was later invited to open for Patti LaBelle, perform on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and even perform at the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll. At 12, Cam was signed by Dr. Dre....