Free Talk with KJLH’s Adai Lamar Takes it to Street

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Busy weekend.  It started with hanging with my girl Radio Free 102.3 KJLH’s Adai Lamar on her new show “Free Talk” which airs on Saturday mornings.  This Saturday Adai broadcasted live from downtown Los Angeles’ Union Rescue Mission and L.A.’s annual Thanksgiving Street feeding.  My favorite councilwoman 9th District Councilmember Jan Perry was on hand as was Mitrice’s father Michael Richardson who gave the community an update on where things are with the search for his daughter who has been missing now for 66 days.

While Jaquie Stephens is definitely missed, I am glad that Adai has picked up the ball and is now representing on Saturday mornings with “Free Talk.”

For my L.A. folks, if you haven’t checked her out, she’s on every Saturday morning only on Radio Free 102.3 KJLH.

Holla!

The Court of Public Opinion

  • Mary E. Carr

    Dear Ms. Adai Lamar,

    I loved your show Free Talk and do miss it on Saturday mornings. Even though I love Roaland and his Saturday morning R & B, Oldies but Goodies, I do miss the informative Free Talk. Prior to Free Talk I was an avid fan of L.A. Speaks Out with Jackie Stevens. I have been a fan for Ronand Bynam since the early 60es and don’t miss his Saturday morning show. I also losten to Dominique & Steve Harvey Monday -Fridays.

    My question to you is, when and if you are planning to return to Saturday morning “Free Talk”? We need you or a show of this caliber for those of us who are home on weekends.

    P.S.: I did have the opportunity to meet you at a Christian Symposium, hosted by Fig. Church of Christ and I am a former member at Vermont Ave. Church of Christ, I now attend and teach a women’ Bible Class at Avalon Church of Christ. I am form 59 miles south of Houston, Texas. We do have a few things in common.
    Love you all, (In Christ)

    Mary Carr

    God bless Stevie for the foreum he has provided for Black People to freely experess themselves.

  • Mary E. Carr

    Dear Ms. Adai Lamar,

    I loved your show Free Talk and do miss it on Saturday mornings. Even though I love Roaland and his Saturday morning R & B, Oldies but Goodies, I do miss the informative Free Talk. Prior to Free Talk I was an avid fan of L.A. Speaks Out with Jackie Stevens. I have been a fan for Ronand Bynam since the early 60es and don’t miss his Saturday morning show. I also losten to Dominique & Steve Harvey Monday -Fridays.

    My question to you is, when and if you are planning to return to Saturday morning “Free Talk”? We need you or a show of this caliber for those of us who are home on weekends.

    P.S.: I did have the opportunity to meet you at a Christian Symposium, hosted by Fig. Church of Christ and I am a former member at Vermont Ave. Church of Christ, I now attend and teach a women’ Bible Class at Avalon Church of Christ. I am form 59 miles south of Houston, Texas. We do have a few things in common.

    Love you all, (In Christ)

    Mary Carr

    God bless Stevie for the foreum he has provided for Black People to freely experess themselves.

  • Mary E. Carr

    Mary E. Carr says:
    March 19, 2011 at 6:35 pm
    Dear Ms. Adai Lamar,

    I loved your show Free Talk and do miss it on Saturday mornings. Even though I love Roaland and his Saturday morning R & B, Oldies but Goodies, I do miss the informative Free Talk. Prior to Free Talk I was an avid fan of L.A. Speaks Out with Jackie Stevens. I have been a fan for Ronand Bynam since the early 60es and don’t miss his Saturday morning show. I also losten to Dominique & Steve Harvey Monday -Fridays.

    My question to you is, when and if you are planning to return to Saturday morning “Free Talk”? We need you or a show of this caliber for those of us who are home on weekends.

    P.S.: I did have the opportunity to meet you at a Christian Symposium, hosted by Fig. Church of Christ and I am a former member at Vermont Ave. Church of Christ, I now attend and teach a women’ Bible Class at Avalon Church of Christ. I am form 59 miles south of Houston, Texas. We do have a few things in common.
    Love you all, (In Christ)

    Mary Carr

    God bless Stevie for the foreum he has provided for Black People to freely experess themselves.

    Mary E. Carr says:
    March 19, 2011 at 6:37 pm
    Dear Ms. Adai Lamar,

    I loved your show Free Talk and do miss it on Saturday mornings. Even though I love Roaland and his Saturday morning R & B, Oldies but Goodies, I do miss the informative Free Talk. Prior to Free Talk I was an avid fan of L.A. Speaks Out with Jackie Stevens. I have been a fan for Ronand Bynam since the early 60es and don’t miss his Saturday morning show. I also losten to Dominique & Steve Harvey Monday -Fridays.

    My question to you is, when and if you are planning to return to Saturday morning “Free Talk”? We need you or a show of this caliber for those of us who are home on weekends.

    P.S.: I did have the opportunity to meet you at a Christian Symposium, hosted by Fig. Church of Christ and I am a former member at Vermont Ave. Church of Christ, I now attend and teach a women’ Bible Class at Avalon Church of Christ. I am form 59 miles south of Houston, Texas. We do have a few things in common.

    Love you all, (In Christ)

    Mary Carr

    God bless Stevie for the foreum he has provided for Black People to freely experess themselves.