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  • 01:31
  • Halloween and Horses: Christy Fleming of TROT on Alabama Horse Talk Radio

    in Family

    Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Christy Fleming about TROT (Therapeutic Riding of Tuscaloosa) and their two upcoming fundraiser events.  Christy shares the service offerings provided by TROT to the West Alabama community, a bit about the animals at their facility, and the upcoming October 10th TROT the Trails Benefit Trail Ride at Tannehill's Forever Wild Trail, as well as the Halloween Bash Horse Show on October 31st at Hueytown Saddle Club Arena.

    Stay tuned to hear Shannon Schraufnagel of Horse Trails and Camping Across America talk about HTCAA's upcoming Halloween Costume Contest event on Facebook, where folks are encouraged to dress up their horses, take pics, and then post them back on HTCAA for a chance to win prizes.

    Thanks to Spurr's Big Fix for providing giveaways!




  • 00:56

    Digby: The Clown Car Chronicles

    in Politics Progressive

    Each week Digby and Jay Ackroyd recount the most recent crazee events taking place during the Republic Disconnect from Reality while Killing All The RINOs primary campaign.

  • 00:43

    Digby: The Clown Car Chronicles

    in Politics Progressive

    Each week Digby and Jay Ackroyd recount the most recent crazee events taking place during the Republic Disconnect from Reality while Killing All The RINOs primary campaign.

    This week, as the Orange one steps aside, lyin' Carly joins Crusading Cruz to double down on misogyny. Trump falters under Little Marco Rubio's needle, whicle Dr Ben solidifies his number 2 slot. 

    For background, see Paul Waldman.

  • 00:28

    "I used to drive a BMW, now I get around in a wheelchair."

    in Self Help

    Join Christy Demetrakis and her special guest Wolfgang Wolf for  "I used to drive a BMW, now I get around in a wheelchair."  Tuesday, September 15th at  6:30pm EST.


    About Wolfgang Wolf:

    Wolfgang Wolf was born in 1951 in Leipzig, GDR, he was taken by his parents to West Germany (FRG) at the age of 10 months because his father was sentenced to 18 years in Siberia for an alleged assassination attempt on the Russian dictator Joseph Stalin.       
    He grew up in a refugee camp near Stuttgart until 1957. Having studied Visual Communication, Semiotics and Communication Theory , Wolfgang went on to work in Advertising and Direct Marketing (first as graphic designer, later a copywriter).  In 1980 he emigrated to New Zealand, travelled up and down the country, photographed a lot, co-founded Ogilvy & Mather Direct, and was their Creative Director. He worked half a year in Los Angeles, USA, and founded his own agency in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1985. 

    Then in 1990 he had a major stroke, which he barely survived. It left him in a wheelchair, unable to write, barely able to stand, and talk. He did not give up and feel sorry for himself, but went on to orchestrate this change to his new life, and take control of it. While he recovered and adjusted to life in a wheelchair he wrote the book "I’m not stupid, just disabled", which is out of print now, but a revised, version based on it is available on Amazon/Kindle.

  • 00:32

    "Everyone Can Become A Dynamic Speaker: Yes, I Mean You!"

    in Self Help

    Join Christy Demetrakis and her special guest Mark Grimm for "Everyone Can Become A Dynamic Speaker: Yes, I Mean You!" Tuesday, September 29th  at 6:30pm EST. 


    About Mark Grimm

    Former TV news anchor Mark Grimm is a dazzling professional speaker, speaking coach, author, radio host and award-winning corporate trainer.  Mark has conducted one-on-one interviews with Presidents Bush and Clinton and was an adjunct media professor for 11 years. He has a master’s in Communications from Syracuse University and a bachelor’s in English from Siena.  

    Mark was chosen "Trainer of the Year" in a 20-county region by the Association for Talent Development and "Entrepreneur of the Year" by the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce.

    His book, Everyone Can Be A Dynamic Speaker: Yes, I Mean You! is his own personal story from nervous presenter to paid speaker.



  • 00:31

    Jeff Smithson on Clown, Creativity and Compassion

    in Education

    We'll talk with Jeff Smithson about bringing play, creativity and clown to learning, work and healing. Plus, find out how the developmental power of play can improve communication and create flourishing communities. Jeff is the founder of Proponent of Play, which creates safe atmospheres for people to develop through mindfulness and movement. He's also worked with kids with chronic and life-threatening illnesses as part of The Big Apple Circus Clown Care program and Paul Newman’s The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.

    FROM THE SHOW: Listen to our full interview -- and create and share your own #‎eyesshutselfportrait?, created with your eyes closed! Post to our Creativity in Play page at https://www.facebook.com/CreativityinPlay!

  • 00:29

    Detox your Emotions: The Science of Positive Thinking

    in Self Help

    Join Christy Demetrakis and her special guest and author Vikki Carrel for "Detox your Emotions: The Science of Positive Thinking" Tuesday, September 1st at 6:30pm EST.

    About Vikki Carrel:


    Vikki is an Author, National Speaker/Trainer, and Empowerment Specialist

    Vikki is a highly sought after author and national speaker. She is a master at motivating and empowering diverse audiences. Her presentation style is informative, interactive and guaranteed to captivate your group. Vikki’s innovative approach is strategy-driven and based on the latest professional development trends. She is highly effective at helping individuals identify their resistance level to change, overcome roadblocks to their success, decrease stress, and increase personal and professional productivity. Her presentations are described as cutting-edge and life changing.

    Vikki is the president of Vikki Carrel and Company, the creator of The Empowerment Project, author of Switching Lanes, co-author of Chloe’s Closet, and has recently written Puzzle Pieces.  While living back East, she co-founded Two Balance, Inc. and Mother Daughter America – national movement to re-connect mothers and daughters.

    Vikki has conducted seminars across the United States in both the private and public sectors for well-known companies and organizations which include Verizon, eWomen Network, Capital Health System, Temple University, Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania, Girl Scouts of Utah, America First Credit Union, The National Junior League, and Women’s Council of Realtors and she is a frequent contributor on regional and national television.

    Vikki holds a degree in business administration/marketing. She is married, the mother of 2 grown sons and lives with her husband in Utah.

  • 00:37

    #TheGirlNextDoor with Christy Canyon

    in Sports

    A legend in the business, the beautiful Christy Canyon joins Tony and the gang for another Girl Next Door Segment.

    Brought to you in partnership with Vivid Radio & Vivid Entertainment.

    We find out stuff that even Tony didn't know about her! 

    This is no ordinary interview with an Adult Film Star. This is not about asking them the same old tired questions that everyone asks. This is an interview "Tony Bruno Style".


    What our listeners said:

    @Bulletbob32 is that the REAL Christy Canyon?

    @ChipReid2014 @ChristyCanyon11 Crushed it tonight! Thank you! Can't wait to listen in tomorrow.

    @RealTommyPro Big ups to @MissRobinAustin. What a saucy minx with some good ol' fashioned TCOB. That's "Takin Care Of Business!"

    @robwiii  @ChristyCanyon11 @VividRadioSXM Great segment!



  • 01:49

    The 90 Degree Show 2015 Week 5

    in Music

    Welcome to the 2015 90 Degree Show Week 5! This week we talk about a very good mathcup with Delaware State vs. Morgan State, Bethune Cookman vs North Carolina Central and Clark Atlanta University vs. Morehouse along with some other great matchups from the weekend.This year we welcome the great Christy Walker to the podcast, along with the owner and founder of Block Band Music and Publishing, Rashad Watters. Last but not least we welcome the great Ashlee Nicole who always has a pulse and her ear to the ground in the marching band world. You are welcome to call in and tell us what battle you saw this week at (718) 664-6025. You can email the show at marchingpodcast@gmail.com, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com

  • 00:34

    Don't change the Dream. Change the Plan.

    in Motivation

    Join Christy Demetrakis and her special guest Author and Tri-Athlete, Gregory Berge for "Don't Change the Dream. Change the Plan," Tuesday, August 18th at 6:30pm EST.

    About Gregory Berge:


    Born in 1978, Gregory grew up dreaming to become a professional sportsman.  21 years later, he stopped growing and also stopped dreaming because he’s having his 3rd ACL surgery in 4 years.

    That’s how he decides to devote his energy to school and enroll in a 6 year osteopathic course in Marseille, France. Ten years later in Japan, he becomes the first foreign osteopath ever registered in Japan.

    Between 2011 and 2013, he works as an English teacher, as a dish-washer in a restaurant, as a cook in a Japanese restaurant, in a Mc Donald’s, as a janitor, a translator and finally discovers interpreting. 

    Gregory’s behaviour, energy and stress level are at the exact opposite of what he experienced as an osteopath. He writes his first book “How to find your soul job”.

    On September 4th of 2013, the International Olympic Committee announces Tokyo as the host of the 2020 Olympic games.  Gregory sees this as the sign that it's time to give one more chance to his childhood dream. 

    This is how he starts triathlon with the 2020 Olympic games as his only goal. In 2014, he finishes 25th at the Nationals. In 2015, he is selected in the age-group French National team. 

    The dream is alive.