• 01:38

    Shelly Nunchucks w guest Christopher Cho

    in Entertainment

    Once again, I am honored to have serviceman, Christopher Cho on my show.


    Looks like we have alot of catching up to do.


    Christopher really serves our country. Also, in his spare time, he worksout, the 


    all natural way, without the aid of "steroids".


    Christopher is well known with in the Cosplayer World and his costumes are


    rather really awesome

  • 00:17

    Comedian Margaret Cho Returns To Boston!

    in Current Events

    Please join our resident comedian and radio host, Anjan Biswas, in welcoming Emmy & Grammy nominated comedian and actress, Margaret Cho to AB Radio!
    She is set to return to Boston on November 6, to The Wilbur Theatre, to perform her new stand-up comedy world tour show called MOTHER.
    MOTHER is a complicated and completely original take on sex, politics, drugs, guns, identity and madness, proving time and time again, boundaries uncrossed are meaningless. Nothing is sacred, least of all, this MOTHER.
    The cornerstone of MOTHER revolves around Cho’s long-suffering Korean mom and a staple of her shows, Young-Hie Cho.
    “It’s great because I get to put a lot of emphasis on my own mother,” Cho explains. “My mother did not prepare me for the world. First - I was named the poetic Korean name "moran" which was perfect for the kids at school to call me "moron" and set me up for a good quarter century of therapy. However, I can clean a fish with my bare hands. So there are pros and cons of being from an Asian immigrant family.”
    More info here:
    http://kenphillipsgroup.com/Phillips/cho.htm http://www.margaretcho.com/ 
    Many thanks to...
    Ken Phillips Publicity Group, Inc. Los Angeles www.kenphillipsgroup.com
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

  • 00:31

    Deo cho Deportes EP 2

    in Sports

    A sports show in spanish

  • 00:41

    Margaret Cho Interview

    in Comedy

    Margaret Cho is the ultimate iconoclast. Without her, the comedy world, and the World at large would be a much more boring and far less insighful place. Not to mention the inroads she forged for so many female comedians, Asian comedians, and other “outsider” entertainers who came after her.I first inteviewed Margaret in 2001 and because of that interview have the perspective of the passage of time to understand how this incredible comedian has grown in so many ways. Although she has always been hilarious and talented, now, 11 years later, she has a solid sense of self, peace, real joy and perspective that has come with surviving many obstacles and doing things her own way.I find Margaret to be an incredibly underrated entertainer. As Margaret speaks about in our interview, Hollywood and the entertainment industry in general has typically tried to change her into something she isn’t rather than recognizing the beautiful, intellligent, and incredibly talented entertainer she is, just as she is. I came away from this interview recognizing how fortunate the World is to have such an awesome, and seemingly enlightened human being in the World. 

  • 01:00

    Violet ReikiRadio - Let's talk about Shirushi

    in Health

    Shirushi: What’s their importance?


    The Shirushi (Reiki symbols) indeed do have their function. They do their ‘thing’ when used both during local and distance healing, as well as attunements. Choku Rei, Seiheiki, Hon sha ze sho nen and Dai Ko Myo are the four traditional symbols used within the Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki. There are however other reiki branches which uses the same symbols such as Jikiden Reiki. Other Reiki traditions such as the Raku Kei Reiki uses symbols such as Raku, Fire Serpent and more.


    The four traditional reiki symbols are not as secret as they are sacred. Using the Dai Ko Myo as example: It is made up by general Kanjis which are supposed to be known by fourth grade primary school students! It is not a symbol in and by itself, but when used in proper context it allows for the attunement process to take place.


    The HSZSN symbol is another form of kanji, albeit stylized, which are known by primary school students as well. Nothing super secret there, huh? Used in proper context – this symbol is used for distance healing, as the initiating symbol to create a connection to the client.


    Choku Rei and Sei Hei ki symbols have traces back to the Kurama Kokyo Sect (buddhism) as well as shinto practices, as symbol for a specific deity. This is not unlike the Makoto no kokyo ho meditation which uses the sun mudra nichirin-in during it’s second last part, forming a triangle infront of ones forehead before vibrating sancript OM, or as it is a japanese version – ON on the exhale.


    The ‘symbols’ are abstract things, not having overly much power or importance by themselves. But they are part of the usui shiki ryoho tradition, and cannot be explained by words. It is said that they have to be experienced. 

  • 02:06

    Modern Combat Masters welcomes Pete Siringano Jr.

    in Sports

    Modern Combat Masters with your Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host Kancho Daniel J. Vena along with Executive Producer Sifu Restita DeJesus are proud to present Peter Siringano, Jr. Hanshi to the program.


    Peter Siringano Jr. Hanshi,


    Was born in Staten Island, New York he began training under his father, the late Hanshi Pete Siringano Sr. in 1961. 
    Receiving no favoritism, he came up through the ranks often having to train with adults.


    During this period, he attended and participated in many tournaments and demonstrations, always at his father's side. 
    One high point was when in 1967 he met the late Bruce Lee at S. Henry Cho's tournament at the old Madison Square Garden.


    He continued training in both Goshindo Kempo Karate & Samurai Jiu Jitsu and was awarded the rank of Shodan in 1973.


    In 1975 he was featured along with his Father in the film The Superweapon.  
    He later wrote, produced and was featured in The Karate Dojo (1977) and Way Of The Samurai (1983). Both films also featured his Father.


    In 1988 he hosted a tournament honoring Hanshi Siringano Sr.'s recovery from congestive heart failure and a temporary stroke. 
    That same year, he authored the first comprehensive Training Manual for students at the Hombu Dojo and Branch Dojos.


     

  • 01:15

    BATH MASSACRE-Arnie Bernstein

    in Entertainment

    On May 18, 1927, the small town of Bath, Michigan, was forever changed when Andrew Kehoe set off a cache of explosives concealed in the basement of the local school. Thirty-eight children and six adults were dead, among them Kehoe, who had literally blown himself to bits by setting off a dynamite charge in his car. The next day, on Kehoe's farm, what was left of his wife---burned beyond recognition after Kehoe set his property and buildings ablaze---was found tied to a handcart, her skull crushed. With seemingly endless stories of school violence and suicide bombers filling today's headlines, Bath Massacre serves as a reminder that terrorism and large-scale murder are nothing new. 
    "A chilling and historic character study of the unfathomable suffering that desperation and fury, once unleashed inside a twisted mind, can wreak on a small town. Contemporary mass murderers Timothy McVeigh, Columbine's Dylan Klebold, and Virginia Tech's Seung-Hui Cho can each trace their horrific genealogy of terror to one man: Bath school bomber Andrew Kehoe. BATH MASSACRE-America's First School Bombing-Arnie Bernstein


     


     

     

  • 00:47

    Ying & Yang Living: Health and Happiness through Asian Nutrition & Spirituality

    in Health

    Our guest today is Moon Cho, founder of Ying Yang Living, a website dedicated to teaching the principles of health and wellness through the Asian traditions.  


    I first found one of Moon's YouTube videos (on fermented foods) and was very impressed with the quality, and I was interested to learn more about Asain cooking.  It turned out Moon's website not only included cooking and nutrition, but also natural beauty tips, Feng Shui advice, exercise ideas, and lessons on spritual practice.


    I've been a practicing acupuncturist for 10 years, and it's great that Asian medicine has "arrived" in the U.S., but there is so much more available to us in the rich cultural traditions of Asia.  I'm excited to have Moon Cho on the show today to talk about her two foundations for health and happiness: spiritualty and nutrition.  


    Moon's website, youtube channel, twitter feed and facebook page.

  • 02:02

    The Shoutout Show Episode 19: X-Mas, Inc.

    in Entertainment

    Black Friday is now 'Black Friday on Thursday'!
    Christmas decorations in September! Stores want your Christmas Money and offer you no Christmas Spirit!
    Christmas has been bought, packaged, and gifted to you! Christmas just doesn't feel like Christmas anymore!
    Your hosts will discuss the Commercialization of Christmas, in addition to Weekly Shenanigans, the Sit Cho Azz Down award, and anything else we feel like getting off our chests!
    Call and speak with us at 914-338-1628!
    Tweet us at @DaShoutoutShow
    Put your comments and questions here on the event page and we'll address them on the air!

  • 01:31

    Happy Anniversary, HEROES 101 Radio! Two years and 40,000 listens later ...

    in Motivation

    Two years ago we started out as an idea. Today we're a Tuesday night tradition. 


     


    The best of the last two years, plus a few surprise guest callers! 
    Prizes, pro-tips, fun. What more could you want in a radio show?
    We're officially up to 40,000 listens and there's a reason why.

     

  • 00:26

    THROW BACK NO THURSDAY

    in Internet

    GET CHO AHH ROASTED COME HAVE SOME FUN AND A GOODS Tom would a spread the word around coming have a good time with us all I want to do is drink and a half partyjoin

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