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  • 00:59

    The BOV proudly presents the wedding of Big Boden and Destiny Uvdeth

    in Entertainment

    Thats right I BDD will be joining Boden and Destiny in a biker style wedding tonight so get yer asses down here and watch the show!  Show some support and who knows maybe somebody will get the shit stabbed outta them.

  • 00:31

    Staci Ellis of Life Stuff for Kids: Emotional & Social Support for Kids

    in Radio

    Think it’s easy being a kid these days? Think again: peer pressure, social pressure, finances, bullying, divorce, standardized testing, guns, drugs, school violence, abusive adults, low self-esteem, and more. These are many of the same problems that adults face, but as adults we typically have coping skills. But even though adults have coping skills, many still have difficulty dealing with these situations. So how do we expect kids to effectively handle these situations? More importantly, how and where do kids learn the social and emotional skills they need to cope with the life challenges they will ultimately face? The lucky kids will meet Staci Ellis, a child and adult psychotherapist who specializes in trauma. Years ago, Staci created a mock brochure for her young nephew which provided advice and preparation for life challenges. From that idea, Staci developed Life Stuff for Kids, a forum for kids to express and exchange thoughts on life challenges. Kids need to know they have someone to turn to for help and resources to get them through life’s difficulties. Staci Ellis knows more than most on that subject. She began as a Therapeutic Support Staff with a non-profit, served hundreds of families as a Mobile Therapist and Behavior Specialist for 15 years, then became a Trauma Therapist working with kids and adults. She taught parents and school staff behavior management skills and provided professional training on Trauma and Children to bachelor, masters, and doctoral level attendees, and facilitated a class for separating parents called Children in the Middle. After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.

  • 02:14

    Monica Bellucci, The Next "Bond Girl", Still Hot at 50

    in Entertainment

    The next James Bond movie is set to be released in 2015, Spectre, and the show's newest Bond Girl is none other than fifty year old beauty, Monica Bellucci.  Rez and Andy ask listeners how they feel about the choice and share Monica's secrets to staying beautiful at any age.

    Today's Guests Include: Staci Ward-Hestdalen, M.D., from Advanced Dermatology in Spokane and Coeur D'Alene. 

    Dr. Ward-Hestdalen specializes in general medical dermatology. She completed her undergraduate education in Biology at Duke University and received her medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. Her formal training began with two years of general surgery residency at Loma Linda University Medical Center, CA. She then completed three years of dermatology residency at the University of Texas Medical Center and a one year fellowship in clinical research at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.

    Dr. Ward-Hestdalen is board certified with the American Board of Dermatology. She is a member of the Washington State Medical Association, Spokane County Medical Society, and the Women's Dermatologic Society. Dr. Hestdalen cherishes getting to know her patients. Being a general dermatologist who specializes in cosmetic dermatology has given her the opportunity to help people feel good about the skin they are in. Dr. Hestdalen feels that is her privilege to give back to her patients the best of her abilities.

    Second Guest: NY Times Bestselling author Jeffery Deaver, newest writer for the James Bond franchise with the novel Carte Banche.

    Also, Staness Jonekos, author, OWN network founder, and Huffingpost Contributor, on looking your best past forty.

    Correction: Teri Hatcher--Desperate Housewives--won the role in Tomorrow Never Dies (over Monica Bellucci) in 1997.

  • 02:04

    It's The Award Winning Batchelor Pad show for Tuesday March 3rd 2015

    in Sports

     Lifestylewater, The official beverage of The Batchelor Pad show and The Batchelor Pad Radio Network.

    Lifestylewater is a distributor of Totalfit Akaline water.



    Dr Kenyatta Cavil of The THG Agency joins us to recap the weekend in HBCU Hoops.


    Staci Reaves, owner of Lifestylewater joins us to talk about being a distributor of Totalfit Akaline Water and how and why she got started.


    James Hill Jr, Women's basketball coach at Virginia State talks about winning the CIAA Women's Championship and previews the NCAA Division II Tournament.


    James Stinson, Men's basketball coach at Livingstone College talks about winning the CIAA Men's Championship and previews the NCAA Division II Tournament.


    Plus breaking news, scores, updates, "DIS N DAT WITH TEE-MAC" Tuesday evening rant and Aurn news, sports, hollywood live and money matters.

    Join L.A. Batchelor and Tony Mcclean for all the great discussions.

    Listen at beginning at 6pm EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/la-batchlor or listen on your phone at 646-929-0130.

    If you miss the show you can listen to the Podcast at www.thebatchelorpad.vpweb.com



  • 00:54

    A Conversation with Staci Frenes

    in Lifestyle

    Singer/songwriter and self-taught musician Staci Frenes has immersed herself in writing to uncover and make sense of the mysteries and chaos of life. From the tender age of 12, music has been the unmistakable key to her salvation and self-discovery. Not a matter of happenstance or something she just fell into, but one deliberate decision after another to cultivate songs and stories into something strong and beautiful and brave.

    It’s rarely been easy. Being an independent artist is an all-guts, no-glory proposition. With every new effort comes the challenge of connecting and marketing and improving your craft. But eight records in, this UC-Berkeley graduate and former English teacher has enjoyed successes she hadn’t dared to dream.

    Learn more about Staci, click here.

  • 01:00

    Guest Staci Wells, Bellesprit Radio Show

    in Spirituality

    Recognized as one of the top psychic mediums in the world today, Staci Wells has been helping others with her psychic gifts all her life – and brings over three decades of professionalism, compassion and extraordinary accuracy to every psychic session she conducts. Gifted with clairvoyant, clairaudient, clairsentient and empathic abilities, Staci’s exceptional intuitive access to information allows her to pinpoint central life issues with laser-like precision. Her knowledge of metaphysics is wide-ranging, including in-depth experience as a gifted Psychic Medium, Medical Intuitive, Numerologist and Tarot reader and Certified Hypnotherapist.

  • 00:50

    Interior Decorating at it's Best

    in Design

    Staci Reaves is sharing with us the in and outs of how she embarked upon interior decorating and where it all started. Staci has finally started her journey with the name of her new business based on the names of her 9 year old twin girls, Tiffany and Tara. The launching of this new and exciting business venture will take Staci to unbelievable heights and a whole new place in her life. So let's welcome Staci, Tiffany, Tara and Tifar Designs as the future business name in the interior decorating arena.

  • 00:48

    January 16th @ Noon Est - What is the meaning of life?

    in Spirituality

    Listen to our last show for the season on Friday January 16th, at Noon Est with the host Bhaktin Staci as there will be a discussion to analyze the meaning of life from a krishna consciousness perspective.

  • 00:47

    Literary Symposium - Staci Hart

    in Books

    Dreamers Radio is doing jumping jacks from the excitement of welcoming back Staci Hart, author of the Good Gods series. Staci Hart was on Literary Symposium last year and we look forward to catching up with all the new releases and changes.

    Taken from her Amazon page:

    "Staci has been a lot of things up to this point in her life -- a graphic designer, an entrepreneur, a seamstress, a clothing and handbag designer, a waitress. Can't forget that. She's also been a mom; she has three little girls who are sure to grow up to break a number of hearts. She's been a wife; even though she's certainly not the cleanest, or the best cook. She's also super, duper fun at a party, especially if she's been drinking whiskey. Her favorite word starts with f, ends with k, and there a uc in there. Just saying. From roots in Houston, to a seven year stint in Southern California, Staci and her family ended up settling somewhere in between and equally north, in Denver. They are new enough that snow is still magical. When she's not writing, she's sleeping, cleaning, or designing graphics. But let's be honest, she's mostly writing."


    As always please check out her below links and snag a copy of her books. Submit any questions to our Facebook page!







  • 00:31

    Kindred Comments: Think Before You Type

    in Lifestyle

    What is going on with the negative commenting around the web? Is there a solution? Are typed words the new bullets we must dodge living on the Wild Wild Web? If you run a website, use social media, or comment on others' sites, then join me and my guest, Staci Price Kresser, author of The Mom Squad articles on Here We Are with Luci, and social media consultant, as we discuss her disturbing experience and how we can be part of the solution. 

  • 01:01


    in Current Events

    Did you know There's a U.S. district court judge in Alabama who was arrested in August after his wife called 9-1-1 crying and being audibly beaten by her husband?  The police report says the good judge blodied the woman's face and legs and dragged her around the room by her hair. On top of that, his first wife reports he did much the same to her during their marriage. So what's happening?  What happens much too often in these cases: he took a plea deal that requires him to see a counsellor once a week for 24 weeks and the whole thing disappears from his record. The community wants him out. The fact is, this man was appointed a judge for life and unless he resigns or is impeached by the U.S. congress, he will still be on the bench hearing cases involving domestic violence and other crimes. And he will sit in judgement of others while his own messy background goes away.  Huh? 

    That's right, no jail time, no conviction, even, eventually, no record of arrest.  Is this a guy you want to stand before in a court of law?

    This week we are welcoming Staci Zaretsky, an editor of ABOVE the Law, and a contributor to other legal publications such as Judgepedia, Lawyerist, and Ms. JD. She's been featired on various TV and radio programs including CNBC's Power Lunch, HuffPost Live, and Chicago Public Radio. Staci is a gruaduate of Lehigh University and Western New England University School of Law. She has been published in the Western New England Law Review.  She is going to help us figure out what this case is about, how it compares to other domestic violence cases, and what's going on with Judge Mark Fuller.