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  • 01:03

    Onion Breath!

    in Food

    Do we make a big deal out of "onion breath" and miss what really stinks in life?   
    How many ways can you show the goodness in everyday living?  How many times per day can you drill down into "what is" happening instead of following what another leads you to believe?
    Who is breathing down your neck?
    Have we given up our greatest power by following leaders?  What is your greatest power?  No, it's not your sex drive! 
    Come join your host "Just Jill" as she takes your mind places you may never have been before!

  • 00:22

    Milling About at Lennon:Through A Glass Onion with John R. Waters

    in Entertainment

    John R. Waters brings his own imaginings of John Lennon through music and stories to the stage in Lennon: Through A Glass Onion. He joins host Robin Milling backstage at the Union Square Theater to discuss his inspiration for the show that began 22 years ago in a pub in Australia. Waters, who was born in London, tells Robin how he got his first theatrical break playing Claude in the original Sydney production of Hair, leading to acting gigs that have made him a famous name down under. The steady work drew him to raise his family there. Waters tells Robin he first discovered the Beatles listening to pirate broadcasting from Radio Luxembourg under the covers when he was a teenager.

    Waters doesn't claim to be a Beatles scholar, admitting he didn't do much research on the Fab Four to tell the stories in the show; which he says are his own interpretations of Lennon, and of course Yoko. Her greenlighting the show meant it could come to New York where John says the show belongs. Don't expect to see a Lennon look-alike with the round glasses. Accompanied by Stewart D'Arrieta on piano, John re-imagines Lennon. He says, 'I put a figure up there that represents John Lennon and the audience projects their own John Lennon onto me.'

  • 01:01

    Giving Back

    in Education

    We will discuss how to enhance our leadership skills, and professional reputations, by "giving back" to the community.

    As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Balsamic Onion and Goat Cheese Pasta, and the "adventure" recipe will be Pork Stroganoff.

  • 01:03


    in Education

    We will discuss the value of having an experienced mentor, and the importance of being a mentor to help guide future leaders. 

    As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Balsamic Onion and Goat Cheese Pasta, and the "adventure" recipe will be Seafood Potato Bake.



  • 01:06

    The Book ("Morgan Freeman;" Onion Editor Joe Randozo)

    in Entertainment

    Looking for laughs after a dismal week? You've come to the right place, as Sunday's "The Book, With Earl Merkel" risks personal-injury lawsuits (from listeners) with a riotous lineup featuring:
    --the "voice" of "Morgan Freeman" (ahem), including his vocal performance-reading of a profound-yet-profane e-mail from an outraged sorority sister...
    --a chuckles-packed classic interview with Joe Randozzo of The Onion, oft cited as the foremost journalistic "organ" active today (the newspaper, not Joe)...
    --Our newly launched audio feature, "The Book Report, A Weekly News Magazine" (sure: it has absolutely NOTHING to do with books, but the title sounded cool to us)...
    -- And our "Over The Transom, By Rich Le Cropane" on-air column-- this week, a original-for-The-Book story titled "First Time Caller."
    Sunday, 9 p.m. Eastern (8 Central, etc.) on the Authors On The Air Global Radio Network!

  • 02:00

    Computer America - Magic ; Clammr

    in Technology

    Computer America

    Hour one:  Magic.  Mike Chen, CEO

    Magic has trained operators standing by 24/7 to answer every one of your requests. Send Magic a text message, and they'll'll get you what you want. Magic will order what you need from the appropriate service (e.g. DoorDash, Instacart, Postmates, etc.), and deal with them so you just automatically get what you want, like magic...


    Hour two: Clammr.  Co-Founders Parviz Parvizi and David Silverman

    With Clammr, you get today's News and Entertainment in 18 seconds or less.  Listen to a personalized, continuous stream of short audio clips featuring today's music, comedy, podcasts, and news summaries from the sources you love, like NPR, The Onion, Jimmy Fallon, Urban Dictionary, TechCrunch, Re/code, NBA, Huffington Post, E!, Gawker, Jezebel, Cosmpolitan, Cow, Deadline Hollywood, Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Time Magazine, and many more!

  • 01:12

    BeSimply...MatteoLundgren {CobbBuilding}

    in Culture

    Food Alchemy Series Inerview Cobb Building {Matteo Lundgren}

    Join 'She' and Matteo as they dive into the inspiration found in building and living with the earth. Matteo shares his 300plus day study of cobb building and the opportunity there is to building in community and commune with mother earth to create our dwellings.

    Connect with Matteo Peeling back the Onion

    References| HouseAlive & Hand Sculpted House

    Music by Nathaniel Rateliff

    Connect with

    Suzanne Toro

    Shinning a Light on Download a Free Audio Book (Click Here) audible.com

    Banyan Botanicals

  • 00:17

    The Soup is on! French Onion Soup

    in Cooking

    This is a series dedicated to Mom's favorite soups and breads.  Each week we will feature a wonderful soup that can be enjoyed as light lunches or hearty dinners.  Since Mom also enjoys fresh baked bread to compliment her soup there will be some fabulous bread recipes too.  Since Mom has a passion for paninis she will share her favorite panini and sandwhich recipes too.  Enjoy!
    www.blogtalkradio.com/My Mothers Secrets

  • 00:57

    “Herban” Legends- Finding good information on herbal medicine

    in Education

    “Herban” Legends-  herbal medicine
    The Herbal Prepper Live
    on American Preppers Radio!
    Sundays 7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct 5:00pm/Mt 4:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    You’ve seen them on social media, people sharing memes and links to “natural health” and “green living” websites, with claims of simple plants having amazing healing properties. Does coconut oil cure Alzheimer’s? Can cayenne stop bleeding? Will an onion in a sock kill the flu?

    Thanks to the internet, it is easier than ever to get information on herbs and herbal remedies. That doesn’t necessarily mean that the information is going to be accurate. In this episode of Herbal Prepper Live, we’re going to talk about some popular “herban” legends. With all the outlandish claims made about “natural cures”, is there any truth to them?

    Read More HERE: 

    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting, The Herbal Prepper, Health Care

  • 02:00

    The Donny Tsunami Show - State of The Onion

    in Current Events

    Tonight Donny takes a look at the stranger side of last night's speech, in his usual crazy way.

    Live @ 5 PM PST / 9 PM EST


  • 00:29

    TZM Global Ep. 169 with Peter Joseph, April 1st 2015: Zeitgeist Day 2015 cont.

    in Culture

    TZM Global Ep. 169 with Peter Joseph, April 1st 2015

    Featured Zday talks:

    1) Lee Camp

    2) Jim Phillips

    James Phillips, United Kingdom James Phillips is the co-coordinator of TZM Education: A global initiative to enable TZM members to go into educational institutions and deliver the movement’s train of thought to the next generation. He is a regular host of the movement’s global radio show and a regular speaker at several events in the UK pertaining to sustainability and societal structure for both TZM and 3rd party organizations. He also helps to co-ordinate the London chapter of the movement in the UK and goes into Schools on a regular basis to talk to the younger generations about various topics ranging from human behaviour to sustainable technology. Presentation: TZM Education: Launchpad Sustainability Regarding a strategic and effective approach to activism. What works, what doesn’t and what even counts as a metric when trying to measure such a thing. I will be elucidating why much of what we currently do as a movement could potentially be nowhere near as effective as what could be achieved by going into Schools and talking to kids in a joint and strategic effort. Lee Camp, United States*


    Lee Camp is the head writer and host of the weekly comedy news show ‘Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp’ on RT America. He’s a former contributor to The Onion, former staff humor writer for the Huffington Post, and his web series “Moment of Clarity” has been viewed by millions. He’s toured the country and the world with his fierce brand of political stand-up comedy, and George Carlin’s daughter Kelly said he’s one of the few comics keeping her father’s torch lit. His TV show and podcast can be found at LeeCamp.net, as can his comedy albums and books.