• 01:53

    From Darkness To Light: Mardi Cras and Carnival Exposed

    in Religion

    Farewell to the Flesh or Invitation to Sin Mardi Cras and Carnival Exposed

    From Darkness to Light For Catholics and some other denominations of Christianity the idolatrous celebrations of Mardi Gras and Carnival serve as the precursor to their so-called “Holy Season” of Lent and Easter. These celebrations openly promote: drunkenness, reveling, and Fornication in all of its forms. Yet millions of Christians around the world engage in this practice yearly. Join us today as we examine the origins and history of Mardi Gras and Carnival – including its pagan connection to religion and the Church.
    We air programs on Blog Talk Radio at the following times: Sun 2:00pm, Mon 8:pm, Tue 8:00pm, Wed 7:00pm, Fri 7:00pm & Sat 9:00am.  All times are Eastern Standard Time.

  • 00:31

    Building a Believer to Become a Unbeliever Through Goodness

    in Christianity

    Join Mark Aurand and Barbara Gadway from 12 to 12:30 EST at BLOGTALK for a REAL and true talk on REALationships beginning with the most important relationship of all our individual personal relationships with Christ. Join us then all are welcome ♥ Today we continue our series on a personal realationship with Jesus by walking the Roman Road step by step..tell your friends to join in with us ♥ Join us as we discuss there is no sin that is too small to be classified a sin .Be like the wise man who builds your life & principles on Jesus and not as the Foolish man as in example Matthew 7:24-27 (New Living Translation) 24 "Anyone who listens to my teaching and obeys me is wise, like a person who builds a house on solid rock. 25 Though the rain comes in torrents and the floodwaters rise and the winds beat against that house, it won't collapse, because it is built on rock. 26 But anyone who hears my teaching and ignores it is foolish, like a person who builds a house on sand. 27 When the rains and floods come and the winds beat against that house, it will fall with a mighty cras

  • 03:01

    THE OLDIES &THE GOODIES ROCK & ROLL LIVES

    in Music

    HELLO TO ALL THE GUYS & GALS ROCK & ROLL LIVES ON
    DO YOU REMEMBER BACK WHEN BOBBIE SOCKS POODLE SKIRTS AND REMEMBER DRIVING ON THE STRIP IN YOUR 1057 CHEVY SITE SEEING ALL THE CHICKS AND LOOKING TO SHOW YOUR STUFF OFF WITH YOUR HOTROD CHEVY OR FORD OR MAYBE A GOOD OLD ROADSTER, OR THE DAYS AT THE SODA SHOP?
    WELL I DO AND I HOPE YOU DO AS WELL. TONIGHT JOIN ME LIVE HERE AT  (WMRG) RADIO STATION AS I SPIN THE PLATTERS FOR ALL YOU GUYS AND GALS AND TAKE YOU BACK IN TIME TO THE DAYS OF THE ROCK LEGENDS, ALL YOUR FAVORITE RECORDING LEGENDS COMMERCIAL FREE MUSIC THREE HOURS OF THE GREATEST OLDIES BUT STILL THE BEST GOODIES. GET THE SMELL GOOD ON GET YOUR SWEET BABY GIRL AND SHAG ALONG WITH US TONIGHT LIVE FROM 10:00 PM TILL 1:00AM
    Join me Tonight BIG "G" the host with the most in the best of the 50's and 60's classic music

  • 02:00

    Free Angel Reading Round-Table Friday ! Join us !!

    in Spirituality

    Call in tonight as we talk about Saints and Saint Expedite !
    Saint Expedite is the patron of those who hope for rapid solutions to problems, who wish to avoid or put an end to delays, and who want general financial success. His aid is also sought by those who wish to overcome procrastination as a personal bad habit, as well as by shop-keepers and sailors. His feast day is April 19.
    Expedite is typically depicted as a young Roman centurion holding aloft a cross marked HODIE ("today" in Latin) and squashing a crow beneath his right foot. Out of the dying crow's mouth issues a word-ribbon, CRAS ("tomorrow" in Latin). Thus Expedite destroys a vague tomorrow in favour of a definite today. Join us as we talk about wishes and Manifesting ,also Free readings ,lets talk

  • 00:04

    3 Tips To get The Most Out Of Life!- Motivational Minute

    in Self Help

    Procrastination keeps the majority of human beings from getting the most out of life. What is it exactly? The word Procrastination literally means to leave something "for tomorrow." It comes from the Latin words pro (for) and cras (tomorrow). Procrastination is the postponement of something that you know you should do. Here are 3 tips to help you get the most out of life and charge ahead! 4min.

  • 01:01

    The Future of Housing Finance & The Impact To Underserved Buyers

    in Business

    In a recent forum, Treasury and HUD hosted a conference on The Future of Housing Finance. Stakeholders from across the industry participated and shared a diverse set of perspectives. The goal is to deliver a comprehensive housing reform proposal by January 2011. But for the minority community, there is much at stake here as discussions veer toward the future of the GSEs and possibly CRAs, which would affect access to credit for underserved borrowers. Getting the right reform measures in place is critical for Hispanics, Blacks & Asian consumers. Tune in for this discussion with special guests: Armando Falcon, NAHREP Policy Advisor and Political Consultant; Jim Park, President of AREAA/New Vista; Tom Deutsch, Executive Director of the American Securitization Forum.

  • 01:00

    Women On The Move Presents: "Mira Veda!!"

    in Entertainment

    MIRA
    The First Lady of Indo R&B Soul

    When Barack Obama announced he would be running for President in 2007, Canada-raised, India-born Mira Veda (ck) admits she was not instantly impressed. Little did she know it would be the President’s encouraging words to her during one fateful meeting just years later that would define the direction of one of the most important albums of her musical career to date.

    “A friend of mine who raised money for Barack’s campaign introduced us when he came to San Francisco and I stood there unimpressed, But one of the first things he said to me was, ‘We are one.’ I thought, ‘Wow, that’s the sentiment I’ve always had -- we are all connected by a thread’.”

    It’s the same message Mira hopes to convey with her upcoming sophomore album, “Love Again,” to be released on October 10, 2010 independently.

    To do so, Mira is taking the sound of “Love Again” a step further from her 2003 (ck) debut, “Infinite Love” -- which she describes as a soulful R&B album -- by infusing the Rhythm and Blues sound with traditional and modern Indian influences.

    “On my first album, I didn’t explore as much -- I really didn’t create that fusion between the worlds. But on this new album, I feel like I have totally let loose in terms of exploring myself as an artist and going places I was too shy to go to on my first album,” says Mira.
    To help achieve this sound, Mira’s tapped on producers/songwriters (ck) Carvin Haggans (ck) and Ivan Barris (ck) from Karma Productions (Jill Scott, Will Smith, Jazmine Sullivan); Logan James (ck), formerly from ‘American Idol’ fame; Cras Kali (ck), who she recorded with in her native India; and Shawn Nixman (ck), an Indian Punjabi rapper.

    Not to overwhelm listeners, the first single off “Love Again,” to be released on July 30th, is a more standard R&B track titled “Captivated.”

  • 00:45

    DigIn! Radio: High Tech and Global Business in Wales

    in Technology

    DigIn! show host, Limor Schafman, is delighted to have with her two representatives from the Welsh Trade Mission coming to the U.S. the third week of June. Joining her will be William Fraser of International Business Wales; Albert Ellison, founder of ESI-Ellison Sensors, a sapphire-on-silicon pressure sensor company; and Stephen Justice, Operations Director of Kodit, developer of Seatag Safety Systems. In its largest international trade mission to date, International Business Wales (IBW), the economic development and trade arm of the Welsh Assembly Government, will encourage stronger U.S. – Welsh business relations during a week-long IBW mission to Washington, D.C., New York and California. Over 80 Welsh companies from the technology, aerospace, defense, life sciences, security and engineering industries will visit the U.S. to foster international corporate partnerships and promote international trade.

  • 00:45

    DigIn! Radio Presents: Jason Siegel of Qorvis Communications on Designing Mobiel Apps that Sell

    in Technology

    Functional mobile applications are attracting not only users but also big clients for the agencies creating those applications. Case in point is the Going Out Guide developed for the Washington Post by Qorvis Communications. Downloaded over 250,000 times in the first month and 1m total, the app was a run away success and has intrigued other major corporations to also explore going mobile.

    Join Jason Siegel, Managing Director at Qorvis and head of the Creative Services Group, and show host Limor Schafman for an in-depth look at what clients are looking for today to mobilize their brands, how to develop apps that attract a market and service its need.

  • 00:45

    DigIn! Radio Presents: Communications Analyst Gary Arlen on WSJ's D Conference

    in Technology

    The Wall Street Journal is holding its 7th Annual All Things Digital Conference [http://allthingsd.com/d/] May 26-28 in San Diego. Gathering the thought leaders of the technology and digital media industries, this conference always yields interesting insights into the next wave of media-tech convergence.

    Join Gary Arlen, renown analyst and speaker and president of Arlen Communications, as he recaps with show host Limor Schafman, what he saw, heard and thinks about the trends coming out of this year's D Conference.

  • 01:30

    Consumer Attorney Offers A Revealing Look At Why Consumers Sue The Credit Bureaus

    in Finance

    Recently, an Orlando jury ordered Equifax to pay nearly $3 million in the case of a woman who says the company ruined her credit in an identity mix-up. Meet her Attorney...

    Robert Sola is one of the leading attorneys in the field of credit reporting, credit disputes and credit errors. He has successfully litigated Fair Credit Reporting Act cases, and obtained large jury verdicts, against all three major credit reporting agencies. Don't miss this revealing show!

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