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  • 02:00

    2015's IMLD Honors & Dishonors

    in Football

    Time to dig your tux out of the back of your closet and join the boys for their annual awards show celebrating the characters of the National Football League, for better or for worse.  Join Jay and Dre live as they hand out the hardware for this most recent regular season of proud achievements and dubious accomplishments.  Be interactive and give out your own hardware!


     


    Theme music credit:  "Breaking Bad" by Jahzzar


     


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  • 01:55

    SPENDING AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH DAYNA CATCHING

    in Radio

    TONIGHT, 01/27/2016, AT 9 PM EST., WE HERE ON DELICIOUS TALK RADIO, THE SEGMENT BRINGING SEXY BACK WE WELCOME OUR SPECIAL GUEST, DAYNA CATCHING, A MALE TO FEMALE 64 YEAR OLD TRANSGENDER. WE WILL DISCUSS, A BIT OF HER LIFE, HER ACHIEVEMENTS, ACCOMPLISHMENTS   AND WHY SHE MADE THE TRANSITION. IF YOU EVERY WANTED TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THE LIFE OF A TRANSGENDER PERSON BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK, TONIGHT IS YOUR CHANCE. THIS SHOW IS FOR THE MATURE 18+. AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION IS ENCOURAGED, FEEL FREE TO CALL IN WITH YOUR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS. 646-652-2877.

  • 00:31

    Social Justice: Traveling Back to Dark Ages

    in Current Events

    Reading is fundamental to function in today's society, but now, too many adults in America and especially in Louisiana cannot read well enough to understand the instructions on a medicine bottle. Complete job or rental applications without help. Louisiana is 44th in the ranking of United States of America education achievement. Louisiana hasn’t made much progress in the past seven years in a national assessment of educational achievement. The most damning are Fs in academic achievement and academic achievement for low-income and minority students in its 2014 report. Superintendent of Education John White said Louisiana has always had an “F “in academic performance in the Chamber’s assessment.  Louisiana also received failing grades in return on investment, postsecondary and workforce readiness and international competitiveness. “What’s damning is we got a D in truth in advertising,” White said. “It says that when we call kids basic, it doesn’t mean our kids score as high as those in other states. It points out that we have low expectations. One of the problems is schools have not  expected outstanding achievements from high school students for decades.”

  • 00:47

    HEALTH MEDIA NOW-DR. BABAK DADVAND-GYNECOMASTIA TREATMENT FOR MEN

    in Health

    Please join us this Thursday, January 28, 2016 for a live show with host Denise Messenger.  Our special guest is Dr. Babak Dadvand.  He will be discussing Gynecomastia (breast surgery for men) and the treatment plan he has surgically perfected.  At a very young age he had a fascination with the relationship between the arts and sciences. Indeed, when he went on to pursue an Ivy League education at the University of Pennsylvania, he double majored in chemistry and fine arts to further explore these areas. Dr. Dadvand graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pennsylvania and was further recognized for his outstanding achievements by being named a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He then went on to medical school at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine where he was drawn to the surgical specialties. After earning his doctorate of Medicine (MD) he attended the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Foundation where he completed a full General Surgery training program. He excelled both clinically and academically, with multiple publications upon completion of his training.  Dr. Dadvand passed both the written and oral examinations to become Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery. He was then accepted to the plastic surgery program at Indiana University Medical Center, a rigorous top-tier program. Here, he honed his skills in all facets of plastic surgery, including cleft-lip/palate repair, head and neck reconstruction, and breast reconstruction. Dr. Dadvand also utilized his time at Indiana University to pursue academic interests, including publications in peer review journals. Dr. Dadvand drew from years of training and experience during his advanced aesthetic fellowship in Beverly Hills. He knew that all the additional years of training he pursued were necessary to gain true expertise in the field of aesthetic plastic surgery.  You asked for it and we deliver!


     


     

  • 00:14

    Green Light Award Nominations Open

    in Environment

    Host Kathy Sipple speaks with Charlotte Wolfe, Regional Coordinator for Sustainable Indiana 2016 about the Green Light Awards. Indiana has long enjoyed the visionary efforts of its early Climate Leaders, the Hoosiers and organizations that have been lighting the way for the green movement to grow. In 2016, we are going to celebrate their achievements and dedication around our state. We are looking for people to nominate groups and individuals for consideration as a a Green Light leader who inspires you.


    Many projects qualify in the areas of Sustainable Food & Agriculture, Transportation, Social Justice, Environmental Action in Air, Water, & Wildlife Habitat, Energy, and Waste Reduction, Reuse, or Recycling.  We are looking for anyone who has climate solutions for people and the planet!


    Charlotte and her husband Robert own Prairie Winds Nature Farm in Lakeville, Indiana. Find out more about this initiative on their website.

  • 01:01

    Me, Myself & Food With Diana Hunter

    in Health

    Diana Hunter returns to Perfectly Healthy And Toned Radio to discuss her second book, "Me, Myself &Food." She details how to conquer the struggle against overweight and obesity without dieting.


    Diana Hunter is an award-winning author, nutrition researcher, and college instructor who holds a degree in food science. Her background includes certification in food safety and management as well as studies and awards in the behavioral sciences.

    Her previous literary achievements include FoodSmart: Understanding Nutrition in the 21st Century and The Ritalin-Free Child: Managing Hyperactivity & Attention Deficits Without Drugs, a Parents' Choice Approval Award winner. She has been seen and heard on hundreds of network stations throughout the country as part of her acclaimed "Be FoodSmart" National Tour, and has presented at numerous colleges, universities, bookstores, libraries, and nutrition-related venues. Founder of the FoodSmart Alliance, she is also the developer of FoodSmart Nutrition, a course currently offered at various colleges.

    Ms. Hunter's goal is to help educate others about nutrition and health on a global scale, with a focus on helping those with weight issues and debilitating illnesses. She is a firm believer in the idea that health reform, rather than healthcare reform, will lead to a healthier society, and that preventive care is the key to achieving it.

  • 02:00

    The American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation

    in Hobbies

    Bob Cox, president of the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation will discuss several aspects of the organization including such topics as history, purpose, programs, achievements and future plans.

  • 00:59

    Something in the way

    in Relationships

    From the boardroom to the bedroom, performance anxiety often stands between us and our achievements. Listen to this broadcast to discover the truth about performance anxiety. Learn techniques for overcoming it, and using its momentum to work for you.

  • 00:47

    The Zoe Moon Astrology MERCURY RETROGRADE ENDS & FULL MOON Show

    in Self Help

    Tune in to hear how this weeks crazy shifts will affect your sign! Mercury Retrograde ends so we are ready to make or hear the final decision and move forward with or without them/it. A Full Moon in Leo brings big endings, celebrations or achievements in our love life, with lovers, the kids, any creative ventures, or recreational pursuits. Venus moves into Capricorn and love, women, beauty, and income start to resonate with the ambitious and responsible sign of the goat. Tune in to hear how your sign will be affected by all of this new flow!

  • 01:00

    Lust, Drugs, & Fame ( Stars)

    in Spirituality

    The three deadly venoms of sin. 


    Sin: An immoral act considered to be transgression against divine law.


    Commit a sin. 


    to sin yourself to shame


    Synonyms: Commit an offense against one self, transgress, do wrong, break the law, misbehave, go astray.


    Lust: very strong sexual desires


    Synonyms: sexual desire, sexual appetite, desire, or consumed with desire


    Drugs: a medicine or other substance which has a physiological effect when ingested or introduced to the body.


    a substance administered to induce a stupor or to keep someone quiet.


    Fame: The condition of being known by many people for notable achievements.


    Old french phrase house of ill fame.


    For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world, and lose his own soul


     

  • 01:27

    68: The Undying Classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD

    in Television

    By popular demand! At long last (and just in time for their 68th episode), Arnold and Scott turn their attention to one of the towering achievements of horror cinema, the start of the modern zombie genre that is...NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968)! In this special tribute installment, the guys chat about favorite moments from such an oft-viewed classic, themes that resonate as powerfully in 2016 as they did in 1968, and some of the reasons why the ghouls of NIGHT are not quite the zombies people may remember. Board up the doors and windows (and don't miss that one over your shoulder in the living room), tell your companion to "just calm down," and settle in for one hell of a night!


    Watch NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD in HD on YouTube!