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  • 01:01

    MC APRIL 17, 2013 Eddy Mansfield

    in Sports

    APRIL 17, 2013 with Special Guest, Eddy Mansfield... Wether you were a fan of wrestling in the 1980s or not, you probably remember the name. Eddy has been around the block and through many alleys to get to where he is today. He has an amazing story and history in this business. So don't miss hearing it from the man himself! 
    So tune in TONIGHT at 9pm CST via this showpage and chat or call in & listen LIVE at 1-917-889-3845. I encourage callers, so press #1 to be put in the call-in que! If you miss tonights show or want to listen to any of the past episodes (& there are some doosies) listen to the Archives via the showpage as well! 
     

  • 00:59

    Write On the Edge w/ Denny Upkins and Patricia Eddy

    in Books

    Write on the Edge is a blog talk radio show that features GLBTQ, BDSM, and Erotica authors, characters, and issues.  An edgier, more adult, and taboo radio show, WOE is intended for an adult audience because of its saucy conversations and riskier subjects.


    This week's guests are Denny Upkins and Patricia Eddy!


    Dennis R. Upkins is a speculative fiction author and an Atlanta, Ga. native. A lifelong geek and a hopeless comic book guy, his genres of choice are often superhero fantasy, urban fantasy and YA. Both his books, Hollowstone and West of Sunset, were released by Parker Publishing. Upkins served as a contributor for Ars Marginal, Black Girl Dangerous,  Prism Comics, Geeks Out, Nerds of Color. Org,   Nashville Geek Life, and Comicbook.com.


    Patricia D. Eddy fuels her writing with copious amounts of caffeine-she lives in Seattle, after all-and rewards herself with good Scotch and red wine. In between writing, editing, and mentoring other authors, she runs around lakes, reads late into the night, and is terribly addicted to Doctor Who and Sherlock. Her quirky-but-not-British husband never gives her grief for working long hours or occasionally talking to herself when she has disagreements with her characters.


    Join author Wt Prater as he hosts this edgy, woefully delicious talk held in the whispers of the night each Thursday at 10pm central. OH, THE WOE!


    Write On the Edge is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.com They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet

  • 00:31

    Episode 13: WR/RB Jeremy Estremera Mansfield University

    in Football

    Tonight we are back with another brand new episode of "Inside the War Room". Host David West will be having on special guest Jeremy Estermera WR of Mansfield University. While he has a small frame his impact is felt on the field. He has blazing speed and plays bigger than his size. He played well in the Dream Bowl and had 5 catches making his impact felt at the all-star game. He is a media major in school and is well rounded guy around campus.


     


    Follow him on twitter: @jestremera80


    Don't forget to check out all the other great interviews on NFL Draft War Room
     

  • 02:01

    PRIME TIME PARANORMAL: The Mansfield Incident with Nick Groff & John Tenney

    in Paranormal

    Mike Boler and show creator George R. Lopez host "Prime Time Paranormal" every Monday from 9-11 pm e.s.t.. Bringing you the top names in the community from John Zaffis and Rosemary Ellen Guiley to Nick Groff and Grant Wilson just to name a few. Jason Gowin of Extreme Paranormal as our on the scene correspondant joins Mike and George on Mondays from time to time.


    Radioshowdeadair@gmail.com for guest inquiries and comments


    1-646-929-2384 to call into the show.

  • 00:42

    Episode 68: When Editors Chat with Patricia D. Eddy

    in Writing

    It's an editor's soapbox kind of episode, gang. I've had a few thoughts about professional editors (and authors) to get off my chest, and I let loose! Tune in to hear something things that have been bothering me about those who call themselves "editors," the professionalism and craft of writing, and why we're all in this together. Also, Patricia just got back from Ireland, the setting in her next book in her werewolf series. We discuss setting and why it can be beneficial to actually visit your story's playground. 

  • 01:11

    Christian Devotions Speak UP! with Donna Rhodes & Jayme Mansfield

    in Christianity

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott interviews two Boot Camp award winners, Donna Rhodes and Jayme Mansfield.


    Donna Rhodes is a trained speaker, published author, certified Life Coach, and personality trainer. She has written for newspapers, magazines, websites, and story compilation books. Donna teaches Bible studies and is on the women’s leadership team at her church. She is married to Denver and they have eight children, fourteen grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Her passion is sharing hope for the hopeless, even if they have to borrow hope from her story until they find their own. Her happy places are grandchildren, gourmet cooking, and playing with her dog Penny.


    Jayme H. Mansfield is an author, artist, and educator. She provides vivid imagery as she melds her inspiring writing and artistic talents. Her debut novel, Chasing the Butterfly, released October 2014 by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. Jayme owns, paints, and shares the joy of creating art with children and adults at Piggy Toes Art Studio in Lakewood, Colorado. After a career in advertising, Jayme received her Master’s Degree in Elementary Education/Creative Arts. For eighteen years, she has shared a passion for literacy and the writing process, currently teaching at Aspen Academy. She is married to James and has three teenage boys. Visit www.jaymemansfield.com. 

  • 01:31

    Grief Diaries Radio featuring Tedx speaker Elaine Mansfield

    in Health

    Elaine Mansfield had a career as a health counselor and writer.  Six weeks before his death in 2008, her husband taught with the Dalai Lama in a science and religion colloquium, shifting Elaine’s career into the facilitating bereavement support and focusing on the spiritual side of loss.  Writing from a spiritual perspective that reflects over 40 years as a student of philosophy, Buddhism, Jungian psychology, mythology, and meditation, Elaine gave a Tedx talk called “Good Grief!  What I learned from loss,” at Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY in November 2014.  She facilitates bereavement support groups at Hospicare and Palliative Care Services in Ithaca, NY and writes for the Hospicare newsletter and website. She also writes a weekly blog, about the adventures and lessons of life and loss, leads workshops, and lectures on bereavement topics. Her articles have been published in The Healing Muse, Open to Hope, Shambhala Sunspace, KirstyTV, Caring.com, Alzheimers.net, GriefHealing, and elephantjournal.  


    Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright as they chat with Elaine about her books, her work, and her philosophy on the sacred journey of loss on Grief Diaries Radio on Wednesday, January 7, 2015 starting at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern at www.griefdiaries.com.

  • 01:57

    Notes Behind The Music - BAD BOY EDDY

    in Entertainment

    Dave Saker Joins us with his band Bad Boy Eddy. His latest singles  . ROCK YOU WILD & CRAZY EYES debut today on the Notes behind the music.. Playing the indie music you love.. News and trending srories.

  • 00:35

    I beat a Marine on Video Im The Greatest! all of mainstream boxing is delusional

    in Sports

    mainstream boxing boxrec they didnt include my 80-0 Undefeated Unblemished Pro Record  http://undergroundboxingfederation.webs.com/ and I beat many guys from "boxrec" from showtime hbo mayweather sr and wilder ufc forfeit win vs chuck liddell beat a K-1 Kickboxer Named Mansfield I mean not only did I expose "boxrec" and "mainstream boxing" I exposed all of that fake combat on tv Im the Greatest Of All Time Now People know the UBF Is a Legit Organization the UBF is the Golden Age its where Charlie Zelenoff tears everyone apart mainstream fighters Underground Fighters Anyone whos willing to try always Fails Now thats What I call Real Boxing. Im #1P4P I beat a US Marine How many of these mainstream trolls would ever give me the chance to do it ? NONE ! But I Still Did It right here on video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04vUkWl_niE

  • 02:28

    #IndyPowerRankingsLIVE: Deathmatch Edition + #CarolinaCorner & More

    in Wrestling

    Matthew Grant & John Gray return to the air on the Elite Podcast Network with a special Deathmatch edition of the #IPRLive! On this episode of the show, we are joined by a few guests including Peter B. Beautiful, Bryant Woods, Tank & Sexxy Eddy. Jer Polk also returns with the Carolina Corner prior to the #IPRLive talking CWF, PWX + more in the Carolinas.


    @IndyPowerRankin @WeeklyWPodcast @elitepodcastnet


    http://www.indypowerrankingsipr.wordpress.com


    http://www.weeklywrestlingpodcast.com


    http://www.prowrestlingtees.com/indypower


    http://www.prowrestlingtees.com/wwp

  • 00:51

    Willie Nile; If I Was A River.. New Music and Tour!

    in Entertainment

    In his three and a half decades as a recording artist, Willie Nile has earned a reputation as both a fiercely committed rock ’n’ roller and a singularly insightful songwriter. It’s Nile’s introspective side that fuels If I Was A River, a deeply compelling ten-song collection that diverges from his usual sound, while affirming the remarkable melodic and lyrical skills that have long endeared the artist to his passionately loyal fan base.Working with Grammy-winning producer Stewart Lerman (Boardwalk Empire, Antony and the Johnsons, Loudon Wainwright III, Dar Williams) Nile recorded the material in an appropriately spare environment that helped to capture the songs’ intimacy and immediacy. He also employed the same Steinway Grand piano that he'd played 34 years earlier on the evening of the death of John Lennon, while both Lennon and Nile were recording at Manhattan’s Record Plant. When Nile was working on If I Was A River, the legendary piano was residing at Hobo Sound in Weehawken, NJ, where he recorded the new album with a minimum of embellishment or trickery.  If I Was A River also features some contributions from guitar master Steuart Smith (of Eagles/Rosanne Cash/Rodney Crowell fame) and multi-instrumental stringmaster David Mansfield (whose voluminous credits range from Bob Dylan to Johnny Cash to Yo La Tengo), along with backing vocals from singer-songwriter and frequent Nile co-writer Frankie Lee.It’s hard to think of many other artists who are doing some of their best work in the fourth decade of their careers, but Willie Nile continues to seek out new creative challenges and conquer new musical territory.“Doing this album was liberating in many ways,” he states. “I learned that it’s fun to change horses and take different roads from time to time as one travels through life, and I think I'll carry that lesson with me in the records that I make in the future.?