• 01:12

    Discover Janesville: Dance Scholarship | Frozen Otter | Postnuptial Agreement

    in Current Events

    On this episode of Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin:

    Callie Schouten is a Janesville native who lives and works as a professional dancer in Las Vegas, NV.  Together with her husband, Callie decided to start a Schouten Famiy Scholarship, recognizing outstanding dancers in Rock County.  


    The Frozen Otter Trek is a 64 mile hike through snow and ice, while exposed to the bitter January temperatures of Wisconsin. 

    This year Housing4OurVets Frozen Otter team includes: Joel Galvan, Amy Krebs, Tyler Quade, and Nick Brockley.  These brave souls together with team supporter Marcia Galvan, stopped in to talk about what it takes to prepare, what made them want to run the race, and why it is important to support Housing4OurVets.


    Postnuptial Agreement is a play by Jim Lyke based on a story by Tony Huml and directed by Naomi Houser, telling the story of a man dying of cancer, looking to find a good mate for his soon-to-be widow, and a father-figure for his children. 

    Be in the know.  Discover Janesville. 

    This program was brought to you by:

    Janesville Snow Removal: www.SnowRemovalOfJanesville.com

    The “A” Team, LLC, – Your Facebook professionals.

    “Raising Abel, the Life of Faith” by Ronald Ragotzy, MD.

    2015 Janesville Area Creativity awards Celebrating creativity on January 31st 2015 at JPAC!

  • 00:31

    How To Create A Mini Fairy Themed Garden With Roses

    in Environment

    Fairy Gardens are extremely popular right now, especially with so many films like The Hobbit, Into The Woods, Maleficent, Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters, Frozen and so many other fantasy themed films which have had a tremendous influence on moviegoers. These films have inspired some of the most amazing miniature gardens. Contrary to full sized themed gardens, they are actually very easy to build, even with minimal space and a limited budget! What makes them even more spectacular is the element of minature roses! 

    What are some easy to grow miniature roses selections that are perfect for a fairy garden? How can you incorporate recycled elements and repurpose others? Tune in to find out! In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to award winning Rosarian, Susan Fox, founder of Gaga’s Garden about what you need to know to build your own miniature fairy garden with roses.

    Today’s show is sponsored by Austria’s Finest Naturally Authentic Pumpkin Seeds and Pumpkin Seed Oil from the Steiermark available at OrganicUniverse.com. Listeners of TheOrganicView can receive $1 off their purchase by using the coupon code "orgview".  For more offers, please visit our website at www.theorganicview.com


  • 02:12

    BAMS talks B'ball, Senior Bowl, and Hockey

    in Sports

    Time for another episode of BAMS! Football is never not happening, so we'll be talking a bit of Senior Bowl, as well as recruits and the latest on Lane Kiffin. BAMS also has some basketball to discuss, particularly the Alabama/Arkansas game that will be ending as BAMS begins. We will also be welcoming the Frozen Tide's coach Mike Quinneville to the broadcast to tell us about the Tide's recent win over the Auburn Tigers on the ice. Finally, we will be joined by Glenn Davis, head coach of Alabama signee Jonathan Taylor to give us a preview of what Tide fans can expect from the young man on the grid iron. The action kicks off at 8:00 with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.

  • 00:57

    Ginger Grimes & Julie Smith of Dust Devil Ranch Santuary for Horses

    in Radio

    Tonight's guests will be Ginger Grimes, Founder and President of Dust Devil Ranch Sanctuary for Horses in Cedar City, Utah (also home to wild horse "Rocky" from BLM's Rock Springs facility)

    Ginger Grimes & Julie Smith of Dust Devil Ranch Santuary for Horses on toughening animal cruelty laws in Utah and Elsa, the horse found starving & frozen to the ground, tonight on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (1/21/15)

    Ginger Grimes and Dust Devil Ranch Sanctuary volunteer Julie Smith, who's working to get a stronger animal protection law (called Elsa's Law) passed in Utah.  This law is named for Elsa, a 2 year old appaloosa filly who was found emaciated and frozen to the ground in January, 2014.  Her mother, Anna, was also starving.  Both were seized from the property of their owner, Sonn Kent Berrett of Enoch, UT, who is facing animal cruelty and related charges.  Volunteers worked around the clock for 16 days in a heroic effort to save Elsa, but Elsa died in Ginger's arms, surrounded by the loving volunteers who tried to save her.

  • 02:10

    SiGnOtHeTiMeS w Queen Tahiyrah *TUESDAY'S W DR. JONES* POST D.C. MARCH MLK

    in Motivation


    I often remark to my students that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., much celebrated speech that he delivered to a crowd of over 250,000 people on August 28, 1963, on thesteps of the Lincoln Memorial was quite possibly the worst speech he ever delivered. Malcolm X summed up the entire event with the following quip, “it was a circus, with clowns and all.”...... Dr. James Jones Manhood Race & Culture



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  • 00:31

    Plan for Success!

    in Gardening

    It's the heart of January Outside, the ground is frozen, the trees are bare, and the garden is fast asleep. What better time to get a jump on the spring with a deliberate, mindful, thought-out-ahead-of-time garden plan? Grab a piece of paper and your garden catalogs – we’re goin’ in!

  • 00:31

    An Artist Speaks Season 4 Episode 1 with Guest Cheryl Church

    in Art

    Artist Cheryl Church interviews with host Michael Harris.  Cheryl is a Colored Pencil artist who's art is so detailed that many of her pieces appear to be photographs instead of drawings.  Listen to how she gets her inspiration for her art, her artistic process and what messages she hopes her art brings to the viewer. Cheryl is an artist, high school art teacher, coach, mother and grandmother.  She was raised on a small farm in Kansas and has lived in Missouri for the past 12 years. She has shown her work in Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas City, Wisconsin, Missouri, Arkansas and New York.

    “I am a color pencil painter. I manipulate the pencil to work like paint pushing the colors past pencil marks, combining the rich vibrant colors, which forces the viewer to come closer and spend more time looking. My favorite subjects are fruit, flowers and birds, often I have beautiful women in my pieces that coincide with the birds, flowers and fruit. Recently I have had a fetish with water, capturing a frozen moment, that splash of water as your feet jump into a puddle, or when you drop a piece of fruit in the water to rinse it off. The amazing colors and movement that are offset by the reflections in the water catch my eye, drawing me in closer, often resulting in an almost abstract piece.”

    To read the CAGO Newsletter, visit www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com and click on the CAGO Media tab. On this page you will find our radio shows, videos and newsletters.

    Contemporary Art Gallery Online continues each month with their monthly art competitions and exhibitions.  Go to www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com, and Click on the Art Competition tab for details.

  • 01:00

    Your Health, Your Choice: Are Hidden Sugars Taking you Down?

    in Health

    So you think you're eating healthy. Green drinks instead of soda. Frozen yogurt instead of ice cream. Agave syrup instead of sugar. And fructose--it's a healthy sugar because it comes from fruit, right? You might be surprised--no, SHOCKED--at what you are doing to your health with some of today's mislabeled "diet foods" and hidden sugar bombs. Ignorance isn't bliss when it reduces your life span and ability to navigate the toxic food system we have here in America, so shake off the sugar stupor and learn the importance of exposing hidden sugars in your diet.

    Join host Sandy Bloomfield this week for a shocking look at what you may well be gobbling up in the name of health, and some steps you can take to make sure you will finish your race strong and with vibrant health right to the end. 

  • Saturday Morning Cereal - That One Guy! featuring Alan Tudyk

    in Entertainment

    Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. Join us this week for a special edition of "That One Guy!", this week featuring character actor extraordinaire and beloved Firefly alum Alan Tudyk. Grim and Mark recount some of his many contributions to entertainment, all the way from Serenity to I, Robot to Green Arrow to Dodgeball to Frozen, up to and including his current role on Adult Swim's Newsreaders (Fridays at midnight on Cartoon Network). Then we get to chat with That One Guy himself and learn what a nice guy he really is, plus he gives us an enigmatic scoop on his upcoming project involving Nathan Fillion and the Comic-Con culture (spoiler: it isn't a new Firefly season... or is it??). So come help us celebrate the career of one of our favorite That One Guys, Mr. Alan Tudyk!

  • 02:02

    Mark Sutton - Vegan Pizza; Musician, Lisa Marshall; YOUvolution; & Back on Track

    in Self Help

    We LOVE pizza!!  

    Mark Sutton is the author of the 1st ever Vegan Pizza Cookbook, "Heart Healthy Pizza," with a forward written by one of our previous guests, Howard Lyman, The Mad Cowboy.  Mark has been employed as the Visualizations Coordinator for two NASA Earth Satellite Missions, a freelance interactive multimedia computer consultant, an organic farmer, and head photographer.  Mark has produced work for two Nobel Prize winners (on global climate change) and helped create UN Peace Medal Award-winning high school curriculum.  He's currently the editor of the Mad Cowboy e-newsletter.

    Mark Sutton will join us to talk about his book, which contains over 100 plant-based recipes for making pizza. Through the imaginative use of grains (oats, quinoa, millet, and others) as well as legumes (such as chickpeas, black eyed peas, white beans, dal), sometimes nuts, and various vegetables (artichokes, carrots, corn, etc.), Mark has created 60 unique "cheese-like" sauce recipes that range in taste texture from a delicate velvety to a custard firmness. Most are gluten-free!  With recipes for pizza crusts (including gluten-free versions), "bottom sauces" & total pizza concepts, this book will help anyone create the most healthy pizza possible.  Yum!!  

    We'll be joined in the studio by Ben Gibson, founder of YOUvolution whose "mission is to bring hope to the hopeless and empower the hopeful!"  We'll talk about following your dreams.

     And we'll be talking with Lisa Marshall and the muisc that she has been making in the Austin scned the last few months.

    And Part II of getting back on track with tips for riding life's ups and downs.

  • 00:16

    How 'Bout Them Packers!

    in Football

    The Packers and Cowboys face off on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field.  Will Aaron Rodgers perform at his usual levels with an injured calf muscle?  Will we see Matt Flynn at some point?  Can Eddie Lacy outgain Demarco Murray?  And who will cover Dez Bryant and Jason Witten?  It won't be an Ice Bowl, but it will only be cold for one team at the end of the game.

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