• 00:32

    Ryan Kilgore new music on "The DrCal Hour of Insight"

    in Music

    Ryan Kilgore new music on "The DrCal Hour of Insight" 

    Ryan Kilgore, is always in motion and with his live performances it becomes clear that he will be around for a while. We will catch up with Ryan, to see the latest things he is doing. Ryan is in the studio creating more of those rich melodies that his fans are accustom to.  We will share some new music from the upcoming CD. The interview starts at

    4pm EST with your host DrCal….join the conversation



  • 01:36

    Survivors World welcomes Nancy Kilgore

    in Education

    Survivors World welcomes Nancy Kilgore as we discuss her new book 'Girl in the Water' and the topic of Sibling Abuse.
    If you have more than one child there is a good chance that one of them is being dominant over the other, especially if there is other abuse or violence going on within your home. Many times we hear our kids argue on various topics from who gets to watch what program, to include who gets the favorite fork to eat with for dinner.
    There are many situations in which you do not want to interfere, but there are other arguements in which it is your responsibility to intervene. Just as much as a parent can abuse a child, so is true for the topic of Sibling Abuse.
    Join in as we chat with Author/Advocate for Sibling Abuse; Ms Nancy Kilgore. We will have our phones open for your questions at 347-215-7754 and our chatroom to engage your discussions. Please help share the show with those around you as this is a topic that surely effects most of us today. Thank you

  • 01:19

    Patrick's Monday Night Review with Nancy Fox Kilgore

    in Family

    8:30 PM Eastern Time Zone Patricks Monday Night Review with author Nancy Fox-Kilgore as she talks about her book "GIRL IN THE WATER" and about Sibling Abuse.


  • 01:33

    Nancy Kilgore on The Mompreneur Model with Dori DeCarlo

    in Women

    Nancy Kilgore, MS joins me on the Mompreneur Model show August 29th at 11amPT/2pmET as we continue here on Word of Mom Radio to bring awareness to bullying. Nancy and I will be conversing about Surviving Sibling Abuse.  A frequent speaker and a university continuing education teacher, Nancy specializes in Sibling Abuse, Bullying and PTSD. 

    Nancy wrote Every Eighteen Seconds and The Source Book for Working with Battered Women, both of 

    which serve as national models for battered women's shelters, agencies, and university studies, and for 

    continuing education certification for police officers, psychologists, and social workers. Her current book, 

    Girl In the Water: A True Story of Sibling Abuse is published by HCI.


    Be sure to join us for a very candid conversation about Surviving Sibling Abuse.


    Our show sponsors are Safety First Bags and Healthy Concepts. You can find out about all our sponsors in our MOMpreneur Marketplace on our Word of Mom Radio website.


    Follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook and email us at wordofmomradio if you are interested in being a guest on our show.


    Word of Mom Radio - sharing the wisdom of women.

  • 00:06

    Author and Activist Nancy Kilgore on Conversations LIVE

    in Books

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Nancy Kilgore to Conversations LIVE to discuss her book GIRL IN THE WATER and what she is doing to keep the spotlight on abuse and bullying. 

  • 00:05

    Start Booking Your Band

    in Rock Music

    Let me guess your drummer is in jail?, your guitar player pawned his amplifier? and your singer, who refuses to help load in, thinks you should just sit around and wait for your big break? 

    well , Let's talk about how to book your band! here are at least 4 solid ideas to get you started. like most things the first step is to get off your ass and JUST DO IT.

    King Richard & The Bayou Boys are playing at The Back Porch in Kilgore, TX Jan 31st http://www.kingrichardthebayouboys.com

  • 00:11

    AT&T Presents: An Ear 2 the Future! Ryan Kilgore

    in Education

    Master saxophonist Ryan Kilgore, whose longtime boss is a fellow performer by the name of Stevie Wonder, still pinches himself every time he thinks about getting paid to live out his dream. “As a child, I remember seeing Stevie on The Cosby Show, when Theo and Vanessa got into a car accident and ended up meeting him in his the studio, where they sang along to I Just Called to Say I Love You,” he tells Village Creative Radio host William Herriot. “I remember that episode so well. But I never would have thought that, years later, whenever Stevie hit the stage, he’d want me to play. That has definitely been a blessing.” 

  • 01:09

    Progressive Conversation

    in Politics Progressive

    Andrea Miller, Terence Dicks, progressive politics, American politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, justice, social change, candidates, elections, policy, Congress, and more!

    James Kilgore is an educator, writer and activist based in Urbana IL. He has written widely on issues dealing with mass incarceration and has been involved in community struggles to oppose jail building, fight racial profiling, ban the box and to build a local reentry program. He is the author of three published novels, all of which were drafted during his six and a half years in prison. His forthcoming book is Understanding and Ending Mass Incarceration: A Primer, to be published by The New Press in 2015.

  • 03:00

    Wanda's Picks:James Kilgore;Halifu Osumare;The Pyramids

    in Art

    Author, James Kilgore joins us to talk about his latest book, murder mystery set in Oakland and Zimbabwe, Prudence Couldn’t Swim. He is in town for an author event at Freedom Archives: From Fugitive to Fiction: The Literary and Political Odyssey of James Kilgore, Sunday September 30, 2012: 4-6pm, 518 Valencia Street - San Francisco. From the Archives: Abigail Disney speaks about the Women and Girls Lead Initiative launched in Oct. 2011 on PBS. Halifu Osumare, Ph.D.  Black Popular Culture and Dance Studies Scholar, joins us to speak about her latest book: The Hiplife in Ghana: West African Indigenization of Hip-Hop & the reading at Underground Books in Sacramento, Sat., Sept. 29, 2-4 p.m. Visit http://www.halifuosumare.com/ Professor Halifu Osumare is currently Associate Professor and Director of African American and African Studies at University of California, Davis. She has been a dancer, choreographer, arts administrator, and scholar of black popular culture for over thirty years in the US & in Ghana, Nigeria, Malawi &Kenya. Her teaching and writing spans the traditional African to the contemporary African American. She holds a M.A. in Dance Ethnology from San Francisco State University and a Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Hawai`i at Manoa.Members of The Pyramids:Idris Ackamoor, Kenneth Nash & Kimathi Asante, on the occasion of their 40 Anniversary release: “Otherworldly” join us to talk about The Underground Jazz Cabaret performance Nov. 1-3 at The African American Art and Culture Complex Burial Clay Theater, 762 Fulton Street, in San Francisco. Visit www.culturalodyssey.org/season or (415) 292-1850 for tickets.  

  • 00:19

    Luke Janes From Kilgore Books & Comics

    in Spirituality

    "Kilgore Books & Comics is the brainchild of Luke Janes and Dan Stafford. One night over beers, one asked the other, ‘What’s your dream job?’ When the answer came back, ‘Well, owning a used bookstore,’ the other nearly fell off the bench and said, ‘me too!’ and a dream was born.  With a love of used books, great literature and independent comics, the two spent two years buying books and comics in every nook and cranny they could get in to, and on June 1, 2008 opened their doors to the public, nestles snugly between Wax Trax’s CD and vinyl shops on thirteenth."

  • 00:31

    Author James Wymore joins Kori on the Back Porch

    in Books

    Tall tales and imagination filled James Wymore's formative years as he moved around the American West. Constantly in pursuit of a gateway to another world, he failed to find a literal door to another reality. However, he learned to travel everywhere fantastic through writing.

    As an adult, James voyaged to other continents, where new philosophies and cultures fed his desire to see life from different perspectives. He then immersed himself in studying nature, in the hopes of finding a loophole. Along the way, he continued creating stories about alternate worlds like the ones hiding just out of sight.

    James finally settled in the Rocky Mountains with his pet wolf, Kilgore, and started publishing his work. With three books and six short stories in print after just one year, he celebrates the best supernatural portal he's found so far--the mind.

    Search with him at http://jameswymore.wordpress.com


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