• 01:59

    Episode 44 – Back by Popular Demand: Bob and Kathy Strain

    in Science

    Tonight! – Wednesday March 25th – 5pm PST / 8pm EST

    CryptoLogic Radio – Episode 44 – Back by Popular Demand: Bob and Kathy Strain


    Last week we had such a great reception for Bob and Kathy that we decided to invite them back. There were a lot of calls-ins and listeners that didn't get the opportunity to ask their questions so this one’s for you. Please call-in or send you questions over chat tonight, you’ll be first priority. --Tonight our guests will be the husband and wife research team of Bob and Kathy Strain. Bob is a retired firefighter/paramedic who has been researching Bigfoot since 1975 when he had an encounter himself near Challis, Idaho. He is also an avid outdoorsman with many years’ experience hunting, fishing, and hiking. And he hosted his own podcast named Let’s Talk Bigfoot. Kathy is the Heritage Resource and Tribal Relations Programs Manager for the Stanislaus National Forest in Sonora, CA. She holds a M.A. in Anthropology and conducts research on native cultures including their traditional beliefs about Bigfoot. She’s an author as well and covers this subject matter in her book Giants, Cannibals, & Monsters: Bigfoot in Native Culture. They work together with the other members of NAWAC (North American Wood Ape Conservancy) to represent some of the best scientific methodology and evidence collection the world of Bigfooting has to offer.

  • 00:31

    Al Diaz, Tracee Gluhaich Rewrite Your Story With Passion and Purpose

    in Lifestyle

    Al Diaz and co-host Tracee Gluhaich share their insights on Rewrite Your Story With Passion and Purpose.


    Wednesday, March 25th  10am PST


    Tracee Gluhaich is a Health Coach and Personal Trainer. She and her hubby of 25 years, live on a certified organic farm in California, with her 3 sons (when they aren't off at college). She enjoys boot camp, mountain biking, hiking, and yoga! Based on her experiences with health coaching, she wrote a book called No Fricken Weigh! 21 days to ditch the diet, crowd out the crap, and love yourself to health.


    With the current state of health in our country and the continuous rise in obesity, everyone is looking for that quick fix of diet or surgery. Since there are over 100,000 books on dieting, it’s obvious that they simply don’t work. People are looking for that quick fix, temporary solution to a life long problem. They will only work when a commitment is made to a lifestyle change. A marathon versus a sprint.



    Ditch the Diet – no more deprivation and wanting to chew your arm off. Stop thinking short term, watching the scale, and dreading your daily exercise.
    Crowd Out the Crap – Fill your body with lots of delicious foods that will give you energy and make you feel great.
    Love Yourself to Health – Focus on nourishing self care, then food will not be such a crutch.


    Tracee's services,for individuals or groups, include:



    health counseling
    personal training

  • 01:00

    power of perceptiion Silvia Villalobos,

    in Spirituality

    Silvia Villalobos, a native of Romania who lives immersed in the laid-back vibe of Southern California, is a writer of mystery novels and short fiction. Her stories have appeared in The Riding Light Review, Pure Slush, and Red Fez . She is constantly drawn to premises filled withproblems and questions which arouse feelings that are often beyond imagination yet seem real.Her debut mystery novel, Stranger or Friend, recently released by Solstice Publishing, is theculmination of two lives at a confluence of cultures: an Eastern European immigrant — the author — married to a California native of Hispanic descent.  The result is a fictionalized story, an observation, of many lives across such cultural spectrum, taking the reader from Los Angeles to the wilderness of Wyoming. When not writing or hiking the Santa Clarita Woodland Park trails, Silvia can be found atsilviatomasvillalobos.wordpress.com and/or strangerorfriend.com.


     

  • 00:16

    Who's River is it Anyway?

    in Current Events

    Desoto Magazines article on the Buffalo National River in Arkansas Ozarks.  


    The end of 2014 brought a legal victory so significant for the Buffalo National River watershed in Arkansas that the nonprofit environmental law organization Earthjustice called it “a rare win against industrial agriculture and federal malfeasance.”


    Congress established the Buffalo National River in 1972 as America’s first national river. Over a million people visit this national park each year, spending over $46 million annually in local communities. Activities at the park include canoeing, fishing, swimming, caving, camping, hiking, hunting, and sightseeing.


    Last month, U.S. District Judge D. Price Marshall found two federal agencies liable for illegally guaranteeing portions of approximately $3.6 million in loans applied for by C&H Hog Farms, a 6,500-animal factory farm that began operating on a tributary of the river in 2013. The two federal agencies—the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Farm Service Agency (FSA)—guaranteed these loans despite failing to conduct adequate environmental reviews.

  • 01:18

    SC EP:88 Jurassic Park

    in Science

    Tonight we speak to Mo who had a sighting while out hiking with his kids. The children were playing and Mo looked up to see a figure just outside of the treeline watching them. When the creature and Mo made eye contact the creature then backed up into the brush. Mo terrified for their safety quickly left the area with his kids. This day has haunted him since. Mo continues to look for the creature he saw that day. Since this event he has had another brief sighting and different events in the woods that have shaken him up.

  • 00:44

    Mountaineering

    in Travel

    I bet you didn't know Bonnie and Ja'Vonne were Mountaineers.... Gotcha! No, we are not, but that doesn't mean we don't love mountains and their beauty. On this weeks show we're exploring Mountains, Mountain Ranges and we've even researched the 101 on hiking and climbing.  Let's see if it inspires us to climb or hike a mountain. Time will tell.


    Tune in to get the 411!

  • 02:01

    Episode 43 – Bob and Kathy Strain

    in Science

    Wednesday March 18th – 5pm PST / 8pm EST

    CryptoLogic Radio – Episode 43 – Bob and Kathy Strain


    Tonight our guests will be the husband and wife research team of Bob and Kathy Strain. Bob is a retired firefighter/paramedic who has been researching Bigfoot since 1975 when he had an encounter himself near Challis, Idaho. He is also an avid outdoorsman with many years’ experience hunting, fishing, and hiking. And he hosted his own podcast named Let’s Talk Bigfoot. Kathy is the Heritage Resource and Tribal Relations Programs Manager for the Stanislaus National Forest in Sonora, CA. She holds a M.A. in Anthropology and conducts research on native cultures including their traditional beliefs about Bigfoot. She’s an author as well and covers this subject matter in her book Giants, Cannibals, & Monsters: Bigfoot in Native Culture. They work together with the other memebers of NAWAC (North American Wood Ape Conservancy) to represent some of the best scientific methodology and evidence collection the world of Bigfooting has to offer.

  • 00:30

    Safe Trails for Safe Pets & People

    in Pets

    Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA, talks with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about wildlife trapping issues and the need for safe trails. A global leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation, Born Free USA launched www.bornfreeusa.org/safetrails in order to educate and warn the public -- especially outdoor enthusiasts -- about the dangers of hidden wildlife traps and how to keep their pets and family members safe.  The new Safe Trails site contains information about the dangers of traps to companion animals and what people can do in emergencies, including how to release dogs from all types of traps. Watch for Born Free USA's Safe Trails feature in the upcoming April issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.


    This interview originally aired on March 15, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show!

  • 00:03

    Hot Tubs Oxnard, Ventura - Swim Spas, Sale

    in Health

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  • 02:01

    The Wake Up Mission Radio Show Welcomes Joan Hunter

    in News

    The Wake Up Mission Radio Show Hosts Chelene Nightingale and Randy Dees are pleased to welcome Joan Hunter to the show.


    Joan is a wildlife,landscape and portrait artist.


    After unknowingly moving into an area near to one of the world's worst nuclear accidents she contracted cancer.


    She is now making a documentary concerning the 1959 Santa Susana Field laboratory.


    After moving to Chatsworth in June 1998, she quickly discovered the Santa Susana State Park hiking trails and hiked there most morning for 3 years before going to the gym and then to work.


    In 2001 she started to have issues with light sensitivity and skin cancers started to appear. Over the next 14 years the skin cancers escalated.  To date there have been at least 130 Basal Cell Carcinomas and 2 Squamous cell carcinomas. Her right eye has been destroyed by the tumors and she cannot open her eye at all.


    Her art website is www.printsbyjoan.com

  • 00:19

    YHYC S1E001 The 7 Essentials for Health - Matching Your Supply with Your Demand

    in Health

    In Season One, Episode 001, host Michelle Pearson introduces listeners to the first step in developing life-changing, perhaps life-saving, perspectives on… Your Health, Your Choice!  Tipping off our March Madness series with The 7 Essentials for Health, todays podcast includes important tips for fueling the supply and choosing the demands along with inspiring teaching that helps you make the changes that bring healthy beliefs in line with healthy bodies.

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