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  • 01:23

    Episode 78: The Battle of January 24, 1988

    in Wrestling

    Emerson and Brian are back for yet another week and this time they go to the Battle of January 24. The very first Royal Rumble, live on USA, going head to head with the NWA's first live national ppv: Bunkhouse Stampede 88. What was better? What was worse? Plus More Tough Enough!

  • 01:06

    Deepertruth: Journey With The Virgin Mary As She Appeared at Ecuador 1988

    in Religion

     On August 28, 1988, in Cuenca Ecuador the Blessed Virgin Mary first appeared to a young woman named Patricia "Pachi" Talbot. Our Lady identified herself, saying: "I am the Guardian of the Faith".


        These apparitions continued until March 3, 1990. Patricia, twenty-seven today, was sixteen years old when the Blessed Mother chose her as an instrument to spread her messages to all Her people. Patricia was a model, a student, and throughout the apparitions, she continued with her studies. She has since married Andres Vega and they live in Cuenca. Here Patricia continues to strive to fulfill the particular mission the Blessed Mother gave her-service to the poor.


        The apparitions began in Patricia's bedroom and continued in various churches, chapels, and her home until June of 1989 when they were moved to a Garden spot in El Cajas, high in the Andes Mountains. When moved to the Garden Spot in El Cajas, the Mother of God's visits normally occurred on Thursdays and Saturdays, often accompanied by phenomena such as bright lights in the sky, the sun "dancing", and on more than one occasion people's hands and faces sparkled with a golden glow, as if from glitter, which could not be rubbed off. Yet here, as in Medjugorje and in other reported apparition sites around the world, the importance was not the supernatural phenomena, but the interior conversion of heart and the abundant graces God was offering to His people, through His Most Holy Mother.

  • 00:31

    Hardest Remixes of NY Hip Hop 1980 - 1988 dedicated to oldsckool

    in Music

    pLaying the best era of Hip Hop Music 1980 - 1988 Remixed as Hard as you've ever heard.. Ive searched the world for music and tonight we blow up and remember old sckool..  bringing back some of the most classic street tracks of all time.. and taking it back to New York, before cell phones, before beepers.. just talent and ambition.. takin it back hard to the streets i will never forget.. cya there.

  • 02:13

    Summer of 1988 at the Movies

    in Movies

    The Movie Geeks explore each of the films released during the summer season of 1988, including Die Hard, A Fish Called Wanda, Midnight Run, Coming to America, Cocktail, The Last Temptation of Christ and dozens more.

    Includes clips from many of the films discussed, plus montages of the season's best film scores and movie songs.

  • 01:11

    Philmchology Special: Lady in White (1988)

    in Film

    Remember the Halloweens of yesteryear?  The simple masks, school Halloween parties, when Trick or Treat took place one could get a trick or a treat it was always candy. Little toys were given, money and all sorts of fun things not just sugar!


    Full Movie on Youtube: Lady In White (1988)


    This movie offers a sweet look at simple America in the late 1950's as a writer remembers his childhood and the mysterious tragedies that brought him face to face with a serial killer who was frighteningly closer to the family than anyone ever dared believe.  I enjoy this movie mostly because it reminds me of the Halloween season in a spooky, yet sweet way.  Join me for another preparation for the big event on Friday October 31st Halloween on Levitating Mindsets Network.

  • 01:10

    Heathers, 1988

    in Movies

    1988 film starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. The film portrays four girls — three of whom are named Heather — in a clique at a fictional Ohio high school. The film brought director Michael Lehmann and producer Denise Di Novi the 1990 Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature.

  • 02:01

    “All Things Human” : Imam Mohammed (ra) Oakland, California 1/1988

    in Education

    Imam Shuaibe and his Co-Host Imam Nazim Pasha of Raleigh North Carolina,  explore the many varied aspects of "All Things Human" from the personal to the universal.  Business, Politics, Education, Religion and more.

  • 01:14

    WCW The Legacy Series: 4 Reasons to Revisit Starrcade '88

    in Wrestling

    WCW was the genesis of fandom for millions of pro wrestling enthusiasts over the course of a tumultuous 12 and half year run. From Starrcade of 1988 all the way to Greed of 2001, the company's fortunes, their glories and missteps, can be traced though their larger than life PPV events.


     


    Shane, (@OneManHypeBand), formerly of LOP Radio's Impact the Revolution, returns to the LOPR airwaves to present this special series looking back upon the legacy of one of the most important entities in the history of pro wrestling. What was good, what was bad, most important why it meant so much to him as a developing fan and why it should mean so much to you now, as a fan far removed from the company's glory days.


     


    WCW: The Legacy Series is more than a review or recap show. Far more. It's the story of a legacy. It's the story of modern mythological beings, still close enough to reach out and touch. Join us for the journey.

  • Small Giants: Companies That Choose to be Great Instead of Big

    in Spirituality

    This week we'll interview Tim Hobbs, the owner of DataConnect Corporation in Centennial, Colorado, and a board member of the Small Giants organization. Why would a business person want to hear about Small Giants? Because every conversation, discussion, event, best practice, workshop and conference is defined by shared values. Because you want to do your part to change how the business world defines success. Because your business is built on passion, great relationships, principle, community and a desire to achieve sustainable growth.


    In his book Small Giants: Companies That Choose to be Great Instead of Big, (Paragon 2006) Bo Burlingham observed a set of six common characteristics in the unique and inspiring companies he was examining.


    He dubbed the combination of these characteristics to be “business mojo.” The Small Giants Community serves to make these characteristics more common in how small business owners run their businesses.


    The Small Giants Community champions the importance of the Return on Values business model and serves to: create a practitioner driven learning experience and community; establish a body of knowledge to support and develop adopters, and influence the business community through media, thought leaders and academia.


    Colorado native, Tim Hobbs is a speaker, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He has been the CEO of Data Connect Corporation since April 1988. He serves on the board of Small Giants Community, a global membership organization focused on the promotion, implementation and advancement of running a successful values-driven business. Tim is also the President UrantiaUniversity Institute, online classes to actualize the personal potentials of mind, matter and spirit through enlightened study, service and experience.


    Please join us for this great episode!


     


     


     


     

  • 00:36

    An Artist Speaks Season 4 Episode 11 with Guest Madeleine Turgeon

    in Art

    Listen in as Host Michael Harris talks with selling artist Madeleine Turgeon.  Canadian born multidisciplinary artist, Madeleine Turgeon has worked in the visual arts since 1995. After initially studying agricultural sciences at McGill University, she went on to visual arts studies at the Ontario College of Art & Design University in Toronto. As nothing is lost and all is created... she abandoned agricultural sciences in 1988 to devote herself fully to an artistic career, while keeping the passion for nature that inspires her. Alongside her creative work, she worked in the graphics and communications world for several graphic art agencies in Ontario, Alberta and Quebec. Graphics enabled her to deepen her grasp of the art of visual communication by adding forceful imagery to the power of words, combining technical expertise with the rigour of digital art. Enriched by much travel and study abroad, Madeleine Turgeon developed a unique style and also gained the fluency and spontaneity that allow her to explore mixed media painting and mosaic with equal facility and sensitivity.


    To read the CAGO Newsletter, visit www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com and click on the CAGO Media tab. On this page you will find our radio shows, videos and newsletters.


    Contemporary Art Gallery Online continues each month with their monthly art competitions and exhibitions.  Go to www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com, and Click on the Art Competition tab for details.

  • Underground Wednesday with Special guest Allen Jay

    in Radio

    Allen Jay born Alan Jackson Jr. in the city of Gastonia NC on January 5th 1988 began his journey of music like most R&B singers, in the church. In 2005 he was introduced to the studio, the pen and pad and it was love at first sight. He began to build his fan base as a gangster R&B singer. Living the life in which he sung about he ended up in prison in 2008 for armed robbery. While incarcerated like any other artist he began to build on his craft. Upon his release in 2011 he ran into engineer and producer Brian "Dufflebagg" Duff who introduced him to the Carolina Crooks. From then on hits began to be made such as Hate To See You Cry and About Last Night among plenty of others. In addition to being a member of the Carolina Crooks Allen Jay and Dufflebagg started their own movement Steady Entertainment where they push their own artist. With so much talent and humbleness the sky will never be the limit for this origin