To believe or not to believe, that is the question. Do you believe none of what you hear and half of what you see or do you trust in someone until they prove to be untrustworthy? When you hear about the next celebrity or politician in the media is your view point instant or do you do more research? Do you believe most people are straight and narrow or do you believe most people are full of it?
Join the Live In The Vocal Booth team as we discuss truth and lies! Do you go by the mantra "Believe non of what you hear and only half of what you see" Call in 646-233-1302 or chat live with our chat rebels. Let us know your thoughts.
Tonight on the Live In The Vocal Booth show we have a two fold discussion. First we discuss Bed Bugs and control/prevention. Followed by Fears and Phobias! Do you have any?, If so are they controlling your life, holding you back from accomplishing your goals or dreams? Get live in the vocal booth and let us know!
"My arm is itching! Where did I get this bump from?" "OMG!" "I've got BED BUGS!!!" Or is it just a detergent allergy? Or did I get it from my friends house? These are all questions and worries that some people bring to themselves. So tonight the LIVB team tackles 2 subjects under 1 topic, "WHAT ARE YOUR FEARS AND PHOBIAS? ARE THEY CONTROLLING YOUR LIFE? The 1st hour, we discuss the world of pest control and the phobias people have over bed bugs,rodents, wild animals, bees etc etc. We have a guest tonight from Horizon Pest Control. Quality Assurance inspector JoAnne Pajunas will tell us about and give answers to questions about all those scary bugs and rodents that may be invading your home and driving you insane!
The 2nd hour we talk about what are your phobias? What makes them a phobia to you? Is your phobia a mental thing or a physical thing? Is it unhealthy? How far will you go to make sure your phobia doesn't get you? Hmmm, I don't know. You might be driving yourself insane! Let's find out together TONIGHT LIVE IN THE VOCAL BOOTH!!
Special Guest: Quality Assurance Inspector JoAnne Pajunas
With a career in pest control that started in 1986, JoAnne Pajunas is one of the best at what she does, which is pest control! She is New Jersey Licensed in Categories 7A - 7B - 13 L since 1986. She is a New Jersey Wood Destroying Insect Credentialed Inspector, and New York Licensed Category 7A since 2007. She also is AIB Certified in Food Safety for Warehousing and Distribution and a member of the Entomological Society of America. She is currently the quality control inspector at Horizon Pest Control. You got a problem, she'll solve it!
Special Guest: Author Cassius Ali
Cassius started writing in High school where he wrote plays, won speech contests and became one of the editors on the year book staff. Later, he wrote two books of his own for Barlow Elementary School in Plainfield, NJ, while studying at the George St. play house.
Cassius also wrote a number of shows for the children of Barlow School and represented the school for city wide P T O two years in a row. Since, then Cassius has gone on to writing commercials, stories, for New York projects and more.
In March of 2012 Cassius came out with one of two books he plans to release this year. The first is a poetry book called “The Last Word”. He chose poetry to start because he believes if you can bring words to life in a poem, you can do the same in a story. Which is why the second book, is a story book with three stories in one. There are two bullying stories, one from the perspective of the bully and the other from the perspective of the one being bullied. The last story is about long term relationships and some of the things that can or have happened in our lives.
On this week's episode of The "FIND A WAY to MAKE A WAY" Show, I will be continuing my talk about INFLUENCE. This week, I will share with you the specific qualities possessed by influential people. Maybe you have these qualities, maybe you don't. Maybe you will learn something new that will help you hone your "IQ" (Influence Quality)!
Let's get it on with relationship coach sadie show. Topic: We're In Love, But We Have Nothing In Common. Chat live or call in 646-233-1302. Let coach sadie help you get your relationship back on track. Join the live experience on www.bks1radio.com
Money, Power, Influence, and the impact on Relationships: What attracts the opposite sex into a supposedly “committed” relationship, and why do both Men and Women stay, especially when things go horribly wrong. Is it the Money, Power, or the Influence the relationship brings to their lives, or at the end of the day, does TRUE LOVE truly conquer all.
Why is there a perception in American society today that most, if not all of the women viewed as exceptionally beautiful within only seem to be interested in the “Baller”, Rapper, Entertainment Icon, Doctor, Lawyer, or otherwise powerful man, whether he’s perceived to be attractive or not, based on what he “can do” for her? Why is there a perception that women can be “Bought”, to the extent that men actually forgo relationships with women who could prove to be excellent life partners, instead focusing on the pursuit and conquer of “Pretty Punanny”, irrespective of the “cost”?
Equally stated, why are men today more focused on their external physical appearances, their “Swag”, dedicating thousands of hours to the gym every year, believing that some of the most beautiful and educated women within our society, especially those “never married, no-children African American sistah girls” who hear and fear the boom of their biological clocks ticking? These educated, attractive, and “always at the club, the Neighborhood Awards, or the Tom Joyner Family Reunion in packs, who primarily are between ages 35 and 50, and make no excuses for their preference of these “Buff”, “Eye Candy” gladiators who they prefer to have on their arms, (and the younger, the better.), because they can “pay” for them, Vs men within their own age, academic, and occupational demographic who would otherwise make great companions, fathers, and family men, albeit spending much less time in the gym and in the mirror, but also much less likely to accept the “Real Housewives Of Atlanta” attitudes many of these narcissistic, self-centered women seem to possess?
Tune in to LIVE with Alisha Lee and R. Paige, as we discuss the topic of Chapter 13 of R. Paige’s best-selling book: “Think Like A Woman, Act Like A Man Money, Power, and Influence, and the role each has on our relationship choices in American, and global society.
If you’re THINKING about it, then we’re TALKING about it, on LIVE With Alisha Lee & R. Paige, Tuesday June 30th, at 7 pm est only on BKS1RADIO.COM . Participate in the chat and/or call in 646-233-1302
Tuesday Nights will NEVER Be The Same,
Special Guest: Mikey Jay
Mikey Jay is the current NY Ambassador for Peace December. He is a Native American-Trindadian /African American mainstream recording artist, music producer, actor, clothing line owner, film producer, film financier, civil rights activist, father, rights activist, philanthropist and community activist from the Southeast Bronx section of New York City. He is the true definition of a mogul. Although he was born in Harlem and raised in the South Bronx, Mikey Jay overcame many trials and tribulations.
Soon after he was born, on Christmas Day at 9:30am, Mikey's blood pressure shot up to a level that should have taken his life. That is when it was realized, he was truly a gift. Through all of this, he has risen to become one of the most sought after artist, entertainers, producers and actors In the entertainment industry. His charismatic swagger, handsomely good looks and hilarious sense of humor has propelled Mikey Jay to the forefront of the music, film and television world. Mikey Jay is the true definition of a mogul, humanitarian, entrepreneur, artist, and all around entertainer. His willingness to share his life experiences to empower the youth and to give back is unparalleled.
Mikey Jay has made a life commitment to use music and his talents to bring forth positive impacts in communities nationally and internationally. Mikey Jay has moved from the streets to the booth, to the screen and to the boardroom and he is showing others how to do the same. As he states, “music is power” and in the right hands, it is the answer.
The Accolades Of Mikey Jay
• 2005 Diamond Life Mag. Cover
• 2007, 2008, 2010 guest judge on BET’s 106 & Park Freestyle Friday
Ok! Calling all men! Tonight on bks1radio.com at 11 pm Chill, Smoov P, JD, Storm Norm, and special in house guest host Harold S. Reed Jr. We have kicked Supes, T Tatum and any other bks woman out the vocal booth so we can set the record straight about how men roll! If you are a lady and want to know what makes a man tick or want to ask any questions about men we are here to give you the unadulterated truth! Cheating, jealousy, kids, money, why are we afraid of marriage, lying, religion, our infatuation with sports, homophobia, in laws, what comes 1st our money or our lady? WHATEVER IS ON YOUR MIND!! Ladies if you wanna put your man on blast we will tell you if he deserves it! Fellas if you got a problem with females put it out there! Call in on the "put on blast or trash hotline 646 233 1302! TONIGHT LIVE IN THE MAN CAVE!!! Put the kids to bed for this one!!!
While some may sing; “This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land”, there are many throughout this great nation who believe; “This Land is MY Land”, not to be shared with any immigrants, and definitely NOT to be shared with anyone classified as a “minority”. “This Land” is only to be shared with those that many designate as their “Kin Folk”, and they’ll protect THEIR Land, so help me NRA!!
In the aftermath of Ferguson, MO, Baltimore, MD, and so many other towns and cities across America, now is the time for “REAL TALK” on Police Brutality, and Race Relations!! Additionally, as we discuss the images of police brutality that are often displayed worldwide on network TV, as African American journalists, Ms. Lee and True Stories would be remiss if we did not equally discuss the consequences of black on black crime, and its impact on our lives, families, and the communities in which we live.
Tune in to “LIVE with Alisha Lee and R. Paige”, a.k.a. TrueStories, on Tuesday, July 7th at 7:00 PM on BKS1 RADIO, as we discuss the topic of Police Brutality, and the responsibility that African Americans must be accountable for within the communities in which they live. We’ll have in-study, members from local area law enforcement who will provide their candid perspectives on Police Brutality, Community Policing, and so many other hot topics concerning the relationship between the African American community and law enforcement.
Remember, If You’re THINKING About It, We’re TALKING About It, on “LIVE With Alisha Lee and R. Paige”, Tuesday night, July 7th @ 7:00 PM, on BKS1 RADIO.com. Join the discussion by calling in @ (646) 233 – 1332
Tuesday Nights will NEVER Be The Same,,,,,
Special Guest: Michael G. Steele
Michael was born on November 14, 1955 in Bennettsville , South Carolina . He lived the first five years of his life on his maternal-grandfather’s farm in Rockingham, North Carolina. When his grandfather passed in 1960 , Michael joined his parents and little sister , Teresa ,in Newark, New Jersey In 1967 Michael and his family moved to Irvington , a small town Michael’s values and morals were shaped early in life by his grandparents and his parents, who insisted upon getting a good education as the key to personal growth and success .
Michael received his first taste of politics at the tender age of 15 when he was chosen by fellow black and white students at Irvington High School in the Fall of 1971 to work with the school administration to curtail the mounting racial unrest in the schools and community due to the increased movement of Blacks and Hispanics into Irvington – then a predominately white working class community. His leadership was rewarded in the Spring of 1972, when he was elected Student Council President, the first black to ever hold that position.
What was even more significant was the fact that the student population at Irvington High School was still predominately white. It was Michael’s calm and uncanny mannerism, and his smarts, that made him attractive. In the Spring of 1973, Michael was again given the highest votes by his fellow students and served as Junior Town Mayor, under the Township’s Annual Junior Elected Officials Week .
Many people speculated that one day Michael would after graduating from Irvington High, Michael attended Seton Hall University and earned a B.A. degree in Political Science/Pre-Law. In 1978, Michael was selected by Irvington Mayor Robert H. Miller to become his Confidential Assistant. Michael excelled in this position and became the Mayor’s public relations spokesman. Michael’s skills in organization resulted in the formation of close to 90 block associations throughout the township.
Still thirsting for higher education, Michael had enrolled in the Rutgers University – School of Criminal Justice and Law , Masters program in Newark. By 1980, Michael’s popularity had grown to the point that he was encouraged to seek elective office . He ran for a vacant seat on the Irvington Board of Education. He won on March 25, 1980, becoming the first African American to ever be elected to public office in Irvington.
Two months later, Fred Bost would join Michael as the second elected African American , and the first African American man to hold a Municipal Council seat .Michael would go on to seek two more terms on the school board , in 1981 , and in 1984 he tied with veteran Board member Sandra Fox for most votes . Steele eventually became the Board President, and spearheaded an incredible effort to build new schools in Irvington.
Steele was responsible for the first new school being built in Irvington in over fifty (50) years, when the new Thurgood Marshall Elementary school opened it’s doors in 1995.Because of his involvement with the School Board, Michael refocused his interest from Criminal Law to Education. In 1989, after receiving a Masters in Educational Administration and a Certification as a School Business Administrator, Michael was appointed the school district’s In the Fall of 1989, Michael was approached by South Ward Councilman D. Bilal Beasley and the Irvington Political Action Coalition (IPAC). He was one of several potential candidates under consideration for the upcoming 1990 Mayoral Election. Eventually the list dwindled down to Michael Steele as the best candidate. Michael accepted the challenge, and with the help of Councilman Beasley and many close friends , Michael accomplished what some thought to be an insurmountable task - going against the political powerhouse favorite.
The election results were unanimous – Steele handily took the seat, and became Irvington’s first African American Mayor at the young age of 34 . In 1994, Steele lost his re-election bid to Sara Bost , Municipal council member and Essex Steele returned to the Irvington Board of Education where he served for over twenty years ,and continued the Board’s School Building program . All in all, Steele has been responsible for over $100,000,000.00 in school construction and renovations. It would not be unusual to visit the lobby of most of our schools and see the bronze plaques bearing his name and the names of the Superintendents and School Board members he worked with.
Although unsuccessful, Steele ran on two occasions for the New Jersey State Assembly, with his best friend, Senator Ronald L. Rice Sr. . Rice was instrumental in Steele being appointed to the New Jersey Housing Mortgage and Finance Agency (NJHMFA) in 2002, the NJHMFA , a prestigious Board in Trenton , is responsible for the distribution of hundred of thousands of dollars in building and redevelopment projects throughout the cities and communities around the State .
In 2008, Steele was indicted by the Grand Jury, being charged with Official Misconduct involving his affiliation with two Board of Education vendors. Steele pled guilty and was sentenced in 2010 to seven years, having to serve a mandatory five of the seven years in prison. Steele, as a part of his character, owned up to his responsibility, and made good use of his time behind the wall . Due to his education and professional background, he was placed in a position which allowed him to help many inmates further their need for education, legal assistance, and basic living skills. Steele also returned to his passion for music, writing lyrics to over 50 songs, and penning over 40 poems. Also, Steele has begun to write about his life and his experiences.
It’s inevitable that a best-seller will be on the bookshelves within the next few years! Steele believes that “life is meant to be lived to the fullest …Anyone who hasn’t experienced pain, trials and tribulations , or setbacks , is a person who hasn’t fully
Special Guest: Corey Pegues
Corey Pegues, a Queens New York native, is a retired NYPD Executive as well as a Community Leader, and Expert on police related topics. His career spans over two decades and speaks for itself.
Immediately, after graduating high school, in Queens New York, he enlisted in the United States Army where he served almost four years as a Medical Specialist, until the end of his enlistment in March 2001. After his honorable discharge from the Army, he enlisted in the New York State National Guard, where he spent the next 14 years of his military career.
Subsequent to his discharge from the Army, Corey entered the New York City Police Academy in January 1992. Upon graduation from the academy, he was assigned to the 114th Precinct, located in Astoria, Queens. After five years as a Police Officer he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and assigned to the 81st Precinct in Brooklyn, for the next couple of years.
After his stint there, Corey was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and transferred to Transit District #30. While there, he was assigned as the Day Tour Platoon Commander. After 6 months, Corey was transferred to the 28th Precinct in Harlem. He held several Lieutenant positions while assigned to that command for three years. In December 2006, he was promoted to the rank of Captain and assigned as the Executive Officer in the 75th Precinct in Brooklyn. After only 11months, his strong work ethic, knowledge of police work and leadership was recognized, and he was transferred to Police Service Area #2 where he was assigned as the Commanding Officer.
In May 2008, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly promoted Corey to the rank of Deputy Inspector. June of that year, he was assigned as the Commanding Officer of the 67th Precinct, which is one of the most violent Precincts in the City of New York. After nearly four years of successful crime reductions and excellent community/police relationship building, in January 2012, Corey was assigned to Patrol Borough Brooklyn North. After a little more than 21 years of exemplary service to the citizens of New York City, Corey retired in April 2013.
As a result of his professionalism and gravitas in the field, Corey rose quickly through the ranks of the NYPD. He is a celebrated Commander and public servant who has been at the forefront of bridging the gap between the community and police. Over the course of his career, he has received numerous awards and specialized training on a myriad of topics aiding in his impeccable record on the police force. He was also an Adjunct Professor (Criminal Justice Department) at Monroe College for five years.
Corey has made guest appearances on several television and syndicated radio talk shows including but not limited to CNN, Al Jazeera America, ARISE America, RT Today, The Michael Baisden Show, WPIX Channel 11, NY 1, News 12 Long Island, NPR, The Combat Jack Show and BET.com to give his expert analysis and opinion in the field of law enforcement. He has also been featured as a guest on several high profile cases that have transpired around the nation.
As the former President and Founder of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) Long Island Chapter, and advisor to other professional affiliations, Corey has organized various community events such as Christmas Toy Drives, Back to School Giveaways and Thanksgiving Food Drives to name a few. In addition, he has held a leading role in organizing events to raise money to support local schools. Corey has also fought for the rights of others, in making sure that their civil liberties are being protected.
Corey is a graduate of St. Josephs College with a B.S. in Organizational Management, an M.P.S. in Criminal Justice Leadership from St. Johns University and a Post Graduate Certificate from the Police Management Institute at Columbia University.
Penis size is not the final determining factor in a man’s ability to satisfy a woman or enjoy sex. The two of the most sexually sensitive areas for a woman, the clitoris and theG-spot, are both easily reached and aroused. "The G-spot is only one-third up inside the vaginal barrel," "For women who tend to be G-spot oriented, a small or short penis can do the job, and the G-spot can produce ecstatic pleasure."
Some women really dislike the idea of a large penis and may be frightened by one that is too long. Some women are much more impressed by the thickness of a penis, rather than its length. This is because some females like the sense of feeling stretched round the entrance to the vagina – so if a guy is quite broad at the base of his penis, this can feel very exciting and satisfying to such women. Each woman needs different size because vagina vary in size as well.
Let's Get down to the bottom of "Does Size Matter" this Satuday w/ Relationship Coach Sadie......
You ever log onto social media and see nothing but drama, subliminal messages, or buffoonery? For some people social media can be a great networking outlet and for others it can lead to huge distractions.
Tonight we are going to discuss how social media can affect children i.e. bullying, fighting, depression, suicide etc. As well as discuss how social media affects adults jobs, personal relationships, dating, and overall social environment. Make sure to watch Live with Alisha Lee and R. Paige Tonight at 7 p.m. est on BKS1RADIO.Com. Participate in the chat or call in 646-233-1302.