Remembering Dr.King


Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) was a Baptist minister and social activist who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968. Inspired by advocates of nonviolence such as Mahatma Gandhi, King sought equality for African Americans, the economically disadvantaged and victims of injustice through peaceful protest. He was the driving force behind watershed events such as the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the March on Washington, which helped bring about such landmark legislation as the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 and is remembered each year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a U.S. federal holiday since 1986.



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Andrae Crouch Gospel Legend 1942-2015


Active in the music industry since the mid 1960s, Andraé Crouch is considered a gospel legend. He is credited as a key figure in the Jesus Music movement of the ’60s and ’70s and known for making Christian music that transcends genre lines. Whether solo or as Andraé Crouch and the Disciples, his music has influenced everyone from Elvis Presley and Paul Simon to Michael Jackson and the Clark Sisters. With over 40 years under his belt, the seven-time Grammy Award winner has released more than a dozen albums and was honored with the 1996 Grammy-winning CD Tribute: The Songs of Andraé Crouch.

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Pre-Order Your Copy of WOW Gospel 2015 at WGLB Records and receive a $2 Discount !!! The album is to be released February 3rd 2015. Tracks for the anticipated album are listed below.

Disc: 1
1. Perfect People -The Walls Group
2. Give Me – Kirk Franklin Featuring Mali Music
3. All I Need Is You – Lecrae
4. Beautiful Day – Jamie Grace
5. You Are – Erica Campbell
6. He Loves Me – Anita Wilson
7. Worth Fighting For – Brian Courtney Wilson
8. I Can Only Imagine – Tamela Mann
9. Live Through It – James Fortune & FIYA
10. I Believe – Mali Music
11. 2nd Win – Kierra Sheard
12. Here Right Now – Tasha Page Lockhart
13. Alright OK (Remix) – J Moss
14. I Will Lift Him Up – Fred Hammond
Disc: 2
1. He Turned It – Tye Tribbett
2. It Pushed Me – JJ Hairston & Youthful Praise
3. Dominion – Jason Nelson
4. Can’t Live Without You – William McDowell Featuring Nicole Binion
5. Deeper – Marvin Sapp
6. It’s Working – William Murphy
7. Amazing – Ricky Dillard & New G
8. God My God – Vashawn Mitchell
9. For Your Glory – Tasha Cobbs
10. Best For Last – Donald Lawrence Featuring Yolanda Adams
11. No Greater – Smokie Norful
12. Come As You Are – Israel Houghton Featuring Donnie McClurkin, Marvin Sapp
13. I Feel Your Spirit – Hezekiah Walker
14. We are Victorious – Donnie McClurkin Featuring Tye Tribbett
15. We’ve Gotta Put Jesus Back – Kurt Carr & The Kurt Carr Singers
16. Sweeping Through The City – Beverly Crawford



Angela Bassett makes her directorial debut in the biopic “Whitney” which chronicles the headline-making relationship between the iconic singer, actress, producer and model Whitney Houston and singer and songwriter Bobby Brown from the time they first met at the very height of their celebrity to their courtship and tumultuous marriage. Throughout it all, difficulties followed the superstar couple while they dealt with the overwhelming rewards and consequences of the fame and fortune created by Houston’s meteoric rise that would soon overshadow them both.

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Following the movie’s premiere,Lifetime will air the hour-long documentary “Beyond the Headlines: Whitney Houston” at 10/9c, providing an in-depth look at the life and death of Houston. Interviews with friends – including longtime friend Darlene Love – colleagues and industry insiders will offer personal reflections and insight into the life and career of this American songstress and the tragic circumstances of her downfall. “Beyond the Headlines: Whitney Houston” is produced by Peacock Productions.


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Stuart Scott

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Stuart Scott, a longtime anchor at ESPN, died Sunday morning at the age of 49. Scott endured a 7 year long battle with cancer, first becoming aware of the illness in 2007. Scott will surely be remembered for his 21 years of work as an ESPN SportsCenter anchor and  journalist and for the catchphrases made  famous by the  on-air talent over the years inclusive of  his signature “Boo-Yah!” tto “As cool as the other side of the pillow” to “He must be the bus driver cuz he was takin’ him to school.”

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A chronicle of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s campaign to secure equal voting rights via an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965. Movie opens this Thursday, January 8th. The film can be viewed at the following movie theaters in the greater Milwaukee area:

AMC Mayfair Mall

Marcus Majestic Cinema

Marcus Ridge Cinema

Marcus Southgate Cinema



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Stock Analysis Software- The True Picture

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Stock marketing is really something professional and to get it all in your mind, you will have to carefully examine what you are doing and what aspects are you keeping into consideration. In order to get ultimate success in stock marketing, you need to a proper system of stock analysis and quote comparison because you don’t want to invest your money into a wasteful experience that would give you no benefits what so ever. Like many other things, stock marketing has been benefited by the existence of internet as well and there are many types of software out there that could help you with the stock analysis.
Stock analysis software is of different forms and there are different capabilities to which they could respond to. Fundamental analysis is one of the things stock analysis software could carry out which is pretty basic and simple. The fundamentals of a particular company that you want to invest your money upon is given into these sorts of softwares readily and on consistent basis. When you are investing into a company, it is very important to know about their fundamentals and analyze the trends and changes they have been through.

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Dottie Peoples

WGLB Would Like To Welcome Renowned Gospel Singer Dottie Peoples To Our Airwaves. Her nationally syndicated show “Dottie’s Peoples’ Praise House” will air on every Sunday Morning from 6:30-8:30 am on WGLB AM 1560. Check out her bio below!



Few people possess a voice that can usher people into the presence of God with more joy and immediacy than Dottie Peoples. Blessed with a soulful, passionate voice and an unbridled love for the Lord and her fellow man, Peoples is an electrifying presence on stage that turns any concert into an all out revival. Her gifts for teaching, singing and summoning the Holy Spirit collide powerfully on her new CD, I GOT THIS – LIVE!

Filled with the kind of energetic performances and potent lyrical messages that Peoples has become known for, I GOT THIS – LIVE! is an uplifting collection from one of gospel music’s most anointed artists. Recorded live at Siloam Church International in Atlanta, the project percolates with the intensity that Peoples brings to the stage when she sings. It includes such foot stomping numbers as the title track alongside such soul-stirring ballads as “Let Not,” which showcases the depth and range that has earned Peoples the title, the “Songbird of the South.” Released on her own DP Muzik Group, the label’s sophomore project also features her longtime friend Billy Rivers and the Angelic Voices of Faith Choir from Memphis, Tenn.

In penning the title track, Peoples drew on her own experience. “Like everybody else we’re not excluded from hard times,” Peoples says. “I sat here one day and said, ‘Now Lord, what are we going to do?’ And it’s like the spirit said, ‘I’ve got this! Don’t worry. I’ve got this’ and it started ringing in my spirit. I wrote the song and went to the musicians. My musicians always put their little edge on a song. They just listened to my little melody and pumped it up. I love my band!”

The song has quickly become a focal point of Peoples’ live show and the encouraging message is resonating with audiences all over the country. “Everybody can relate to it,” Peoples says with a smile. “I tell them how I was down and out, really going through my own pity party and didn’t know what to do. I felt like giving up and throwing in the towel when the going got tough, but God turned around and said, ‘Child don’t you know, I got this’ and I got peace. Everybody can relate to it.”

Peoples has a gift for creating thought-provoking, life-affirming music that resonates deeply with audiences throughout the world. It’s a calling she discovered early in life. One of 10 children, Peoples grew up in Ohio, but spent summers in Alabama with her grandmother who everyone lovingly referred to as Big Mama. She encouraged her young granddaughter’s dream of growing up to sing like Mahalia Jackson. “I did my first little ‘ole song around eight or nine years old,” Peoples recalls. “I remember singing and running out of the church. I got scared because everybody was shouting.”

Young Dottie continued to sing throughout high school and her distinctive voice always garnered attention. After seeing her perform in Dayton, Ohio, the legendary Dorothy Norwood enlisted Dottie to join her on the road. “She asked my mom if I could go and momma said yes,” Peoples remembers. “Dorothy had a song called ‘Gotta Be Some Rain In Your Life,’ and that was a hot song for her. The Rolling Stones’ lead singer fell in love with that song and asked Dorothy to travel with them and open up the tour. That’s where I also met Stevie Wonder. He was on the tour with the Rolling Stones.”

After touring with Norwood and the Rolling Stones, Peoples returned to Ohio. She continued singing and developed quite a reputation as a jazz vocalist. “I sang jazz all the way up until I moved to Atlanta in ’79,” she says. “I joined Salem Baptist Church and one of the ladies in the choir, told the minister of music, ‘This girl can sing!’ He asked if I’d like to try a song. The first solo I did was called ‘If You Move Yourself.’ I sang that song that Sunday morning and people were shouting. It changed my whole life because I stood there and realized that I was blessing people. Burdens were being lifted. I knew I didn’t want to sing jazz anymore. I just want to sing for the Lord. I got back to my roots and I’ve been singing gospel ever since.”

In addition to singing, Peoples is also an astute businesswoman. She served as general manager of Church Door Records and also launched her own radio show. After 14 years with Church Door, Peoples signed with AIR Records and took her career to another level, earning her first Stellar Award nomination. Her 1994 release on AIR, “On Time God,” was a pivotal release that rocketed to No. 1 on the charts and earned her four Stellar Awards and a nomination for Soul Train’s Lady of Soul Award. Peoples has continued to garner more than 50 industry accolades, including the 2010 Stellar for Traditional Female Vocalist of the Year.

On I GOT THIS – LIVE! Peoples delivers a thoroughly satisfying collection that includes such worshipful numbers as “So Let Us Praise the Lord” and “Manifest Your Glory” alongside the retro-flavored “Back to the Old Church” which features guest vocals by Faye Butler and Billy Rivers. She also includes the poignant “It’s Not Goodbye, but See You Later,” a gorgeous ballad Dottie wrote that is frequently performed at homegoing celebrations. In another of the album’s many highlights, Peoples delivers a smooth, soulful rendition of the George Benson classic “Everything Must Change.”

“We did just a little bit of every side of Dottie,” Peoples says of her new album. “I opened up with praise and worship and then I showed my jazz side and I did a George Benson tune. I always do an a cappella song, and the one on this CD is called, ‘No Time To Waste.’ I’m even doing a little preaching this time.”

Peoples is on a mission to reach people for Christ and that interaction with listeners is a precious connection to her. “What makes me love what I do more than anything is people,” she says. “So many folks come up to me, some of them crying, some of them just hugging me, some of them so excited,” she says. “Just to know that you’ve touched their lives and blessed them like that – it’s a feeling that you never ever get over.”

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Mystery Gift-Giver Hands Out $100 Bills

Barnstable, Mass. –

A generous mystery man has made the holiday season a little brighter for employees of two Massachusetts coffee shops. 

A man wearing a cowboy hat walked into Marylou’s in Hyannis on Saturday and handed the worker behind the counter 15 envelopes, each containing a crisp $100 bill. 

Manager Victoria Grandy tells the Cape Cod Times “MERRY CHRISTMAS” was printed in red on the front of each envelope. 

Workers didn’t recognize the man as a regular, but one employee said he resembled Santa Claus

A man, believed to be the same person, but this time wearing a ball cap, on Monday handed over eight envelopes containing $100 bills to the workers at the Dunkin’ Donuts at the Cape Cod Mall. 

Those employees also didn’t recognize him as a regular. 

-Associated Press


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