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  • 01:05

    Great Lakes Asian Carp Invasion - Rumors Exposed

    in Sports

    Join us "LIVE" via the internet with Capt Tom Marks as we bust some of the rumors of the Asian Carp and the Great Lakes.
    Rumor or Fact, A lot of anglers are left in the dark from the studies and reports from the Michigan DNR and others.
    Tune in LIVE for some cold hard facts that you just might not know about..- Rumors Exposed
    Live 1:00 PM EST on Fish Bait Radio

  • 00:30

    Tea - Brief History: Great Beverage!

    in Health

    Tea-the second most consumed drink in the world--does not have its origin in Britain, England, France ir Holland. Camellia Sinensis--Tea's official, biological name--is a native of China, found its way to Japan by way of traveling monks and through to India by various other means.


    By the time Europeans encountered this fabulous beverage, it had been in use in Asian countries for untold thousands of years. It was just not called Tea.


    Join TheHealthReverend on this last installation in National Hot Tea Month. If you are a TeaLover, this information will surely broaden your already-wide horizions. If you are new, even better, this information will form a great foundation. This way, when you host your next gathering [and serve Tea] you will be able to regale your guests with a Brief History of Tea. 

  • 01:07

    SPORTS: SAJA-SAMMA Super Bowl 2016

    in Sports

    SAJA, the South Asian Journalists Association, and SAMMA, South Asians in Media, Marketing and Entertainment, present their seventh annual BlogTalkRadio conversation about the biggest day in American sports - from a South Asian perspective.


    Join us as hosts Vijay Setlur (@VijaySetlur; who teaches sport, tourism and leisure marketing at Schulich School of Business, York University) & Sree Sreenivasan (@sree, Chief Digital Officer of @MetMuseum) chat with ESPN anchors Kevin Negandhi (@knegandhiESPN) & Adnan Virk (@adnanESPN); Priya Desai (@PriyaDesai), reporter/anchor, Sports Illustrated @SI_Wire; Aditi Kinkhabwala (@akinkhabwala), reporter for the NFL Network and Amar Shah (@Amarshahism), features editor, NFL.com - both calling in on game day from Santa Clara. Also participating is SAMMA co-founder Rajan Shah (@rajanCshah), who’s been involved in marketing campaigns with the NFL and Super Bowl over the past decade; Geetika Rudra (@GGGeetika), who works in breaking news at Dataminr and is new SAJA webcasts coordinator; and Neha Contractor (@NehaSoneji), co-creator of South Asians in Sports, @SAinSports. 


    Call-in live or send your questions: to sree@sree.net or @sree or @sajahq or #sajahq


    OTHER NFL NOTES: Paraag Marathe is President of the San Francisco 49ers; Sanjay Lal is Wide Receivers Coach of the Buffalo Bills; Megha Parek is Senior VP, General Counsel of the Jacksonville Jaguars. And, of course, the owner of the Jaguars is Shahid Khan [see the glowing "60 Minutes" profile: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50134050n ]

  • 02:01

    Paranormal Mysteries: What Happened To ELisa Lam?

    in Paranormal

    Friday, February 5th  10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT


    There are mysteries that are so eerie and strange that they boggle the mind for days on end. The case of Elisa Lam is one of them. In February 2013, this 21-year-old student from Vancouver, Canada, was found dead inside the Cecil Hotel’s rooftop water tank in Los Angeles.


    The L.A. County Department of Coroner ruled the death “accidental due to drowning” and said no traces of drugs or alcohol were found during the autopsy. However, there is much more to the story than what is implied by police reports.


    Join Luci and Anthony on the Anniversary of her death as they reveal some of the facts from the case, history of murder, suicide and paranormal activity at the hotel, and some interesting findings about Elisa and the hotel surroundings. It will be a night of mystery and suspense!

  • 00:44

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Carl Brookins

    in Books

    http://www.carlbrookins.com/


    The Case of the Yellow Diamond: A Sean Sean Mystery~


      A dead man on the floor of his office in Minneapolis won’t lead P.I. Sean Sean to journey to Yap Island to protect his new client. Bombs in lawyers’ cars only jostle him. This short investigator knows the value of research and asking questions in the right places. World War II, Asian diamonds and concrete in Des Moines combine to almost destroy a Minnesota family. In the end, Sean detects flaws in the plans and brings down a criminal enterprise.


     

  • 00:31

    RAP WITH BEEGE - Episode 2 - "Fear of the Black Woman"

    in Culture

    Join the Beege for a 30min deep conversation on the Fear of the Black Woman. Statistically, the Black woman ranks in lowest of marriage rates and dating. The Beege will analyze the psyche behind the Races when it comes to how they all treat and view the Black Woman

  • 02:58
  • 00:22

    The New Shadow Amicusveritas

    in Current Events

    POLITICAL ANIMALS--Adalai Stevenson  1952-1956  Democratic Party's Twice Presidential Candidate--Loss both times 1952-1956--Audio extract  History


    **Senator Estes Kefauver  Senator Mafia Hearings Audi


    ***President De Gaulle  Supported Independence for Algeria 1962


    ***President Wilson's veto of Asian Immigration overridden by Congress


    ***US Amy Solder Robert Garwood--court martialed for colloborating with the enemy-- Viet Nam War


    ***Melina Mercouri--Actress & Greek Cultural Minister  demanded the return of the Elgin Marbels, which were stolen from Greece(Parthanon) by Lord Elgin


    ***Andre Papendrou--Greek Leftist Prime Minister also was a professor at an American University


    ***Hiram Maxim  Inventor of the Maxim(machine gun) used by armies and navies around the world


    ***John Dunlop--inventor of the pneumatic tire


    ]***Sir Robert Peel--founder of Britian's national police force--"the Bobbies"


    ***Cato--Ancient Roman Statesman known also as "The Censor"


     ***Public Corruption--Photographic documentation may be surfacing of a national political candidate who has homosexual sexual misconduct in his background--This candidate has been a vocal opponent of "Gay Marriage" 


    ***Anti Superbowl San Francisco Sentiment of Angry Citizens--Business losses in areas away from  San Francisco's downtown Superbowl 50 Restaurants etc


     

  • 01:42

    Flesh Wound Radio - Episode 50: News & Reviews - 2/4/16

    in Film

    Tune into Horror Society presents Flesh Wound Radio w/ Todd Loya and Daniel Schein live, Thursday Feb. 4 at 9:00 pm eastern. On this episode we tackle the little seen genre defying oddity Sonny Boy, and the Asian zombie/martial arts hybrid Zombie Fight Club, both from Scream Factory. In addition we will review the brand new remake of the French classic Martyrs, Highway To Hell, and the gory Norwegian indie . All that plus we discuss this weekend's Days Of The Dead: Atlanta convention. Don't miss it Flesh Wound Freaks and be sure to download us on itunes and Stitcher.

  • 01:19

    Sir Francis Younghusband - Soldier and Mystic

    in Radio

    On Thursday February 4th, 2016 The Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon
    will present a discussion on the fascinating military and occult career
    of Lt.Colonel Sir Francis Edward Younghusband (1863-1942) the conqueror
    of Tibet (1904) and the author of several books on travel, adventure and
    mystical philosophy. Colonel Younghusband was an officer in British
    Special forces in India during a cold war between the British and the
    Russians for control of the Central Asian highlands north of India in
    the latter days of the 19th century. Their covert conflict was called
    "The Great Game" and was the stage for high adventure. Rudyard Kipling
    novelized "The Great Game" in Kim. In 1904 Lord Curson the Viceroy of
    India sent Colonel Younghusband up into Tibet with an invading British
    army to flush out the Russians whom Curson was convinced had infiltrated
    the mysterious country. After slaughtering the primitive Tibetan army,
    Younghusband took Lhasa but could not find a single Cossack, or even a
    Russian rifle, However he did stay long enough to have a mystical
    experience that transformed him from a ruthless conqueror into a
    peaceful mystical philosopher. He retired to England to write books
    about his adventures and his visions, which included life on other
    planets, a philosophy of free love, a spiritual drama society and an
    expedition to climb Mt. Everest. -- If you want to spend an hour with
    the Colonel, tune in and we'll hit the trail going up.
     

  • 00:11

    Bats, Beauty, Arts And Culture-Battambang, Cambodia

    in Travel

    It’s often overlooked or just a mere stopover to or from Siem Reap, home of the famous ruins of Angkor Wat but Battambang Cambodia should be on your radar of places to visit in this country. Full of Khmer culture, early 20th century French architecture and a unique charm unlike anywhere else in Cambodia. Join me John Saboe for an exploration in and around Battambang, Cambodia in this episode of Far East Adventure Travel Podcast.


     


    Probably the number one site to visit in Battambang, Cambodia is the world-famous bamboo train. Made from left-over tank wheels, small-powered engines and a bamboo platform it’s a metaphor for the people of this country who’ve adapted and overcome incredible devastation and hardship to their culture and way of life. But this town, the second-largest in the country has so much more to offer. On my last trip through Cambodia I stayed in Battambang for several days exploring the town and discovering it’s charm.


     


    To find out a little bit more about Battambang from a native’s perspective and why it’s so appealing I spoke with artist Kchao Touch, who also owns the wonderfully eclectic Jewel In The Lotus Antique and Arts Shop in the arts quarter.


     


    The sounds of a memorial can quickly fade out to a wedding celebration, sometimes lasting for three days. Most Cambodian weddings are now only celebrated on a single day. This memorial in Battambang lasted for several days.


     


    Another uniquely Southeast Asian tradition respected every day in Battambang is the morning alms. For good luck lay people bring a food offering to the local Buddhist monks that wander the town in return for a blessing. Excerpts from "Bats, Beauty, Arts And Culture-Battambang, Cambodia