• What Lies Ahead in 2015

    in Paranormal

    We are crossing the border to 2015, so what can we expect globally? We are still in the midst of the planetary shift that began in the 1960's. The energy on our planet has become intensified over the years, and as a world we are evolving to even greater spiritual heights. While this happens, a cleansing is ensuing, so how will all of this affect our lives both locally and globally?

    Tune in as Co-hosts, Rev. Maria D'Andrea & Mimi, talk about our roles in 2015 and the coming years. How did this all happen & why, and what can we do to strengthen our resolve & our spiritual foundation in order to cushion the blow of the changes that lie ahead.

    Visit us on www.MQuestMedia.com for further provocative & inspirational videos and articles on the paranormal and spirituality.





  • Ravens end Steelers season, recapping the Wildcard Playoff game

    in Football

    In this episode of The Terrible Towel Tantrum, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by The Million Dollar Ramble, Rudy Reyes and Troy Otradovec will discuss the Wildcard Playoff game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens.  The Ravens came to Heinz Field, as the sixth seed.  They left as the team headed to the Divisional Playoff agains the Denver Broncos. 

    The Steelers were without Le'Veon Bell, and it showed over the course of the game.  The Steelers struggled to run the ball, but most of all missed the receiving threat, of Bell.  Ben Rothlisberger throw two interceptions that proved costly.  The first was a tipped ball, that eventually led to a Raven touchdown.  The second came in the end zone, that stopped a scoring threat.  Although the rushing numbers did not wow anyone, the Ravens established the running game.  It was evident, after the Rothlisberger interception.  The Ravens called a play action pass, and the defense collapsed, to the left side of the line, leaving Joe Flacco time to find and open Crockett Gilmore, for a touchdown.  Also, the defensive line did not pressure Flacco.  Flacco had time to find receivers, and did not make any mistakes, leading the Ravens, to the Wildcard win.

    With the season over, what veterans do you think will return?  Did Troy Polamalu, James Harrison, and Ike Taylor play their last games at Heinz field?  There are many decisions to be made in the offseason.  The playoff game proved that they need to shore up the defensive line, and upgrade at cornerback.  Listen in or call the show.

  • 01:27

    The Paranormal Hour with Willow Cross and Tracee Ford

    in Paranormal

    On this week's episode of The Paranormal Hour, Willow and Tracee will be speaking with Pam Collins.  Pamela Collins graduated from Marshall University with a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology. After several years in private practice, she chose to stay home to be a full-time mom. This gave her the unusual opportunity to begin weaving the professional things learned in school with the esoteric things that she had been learning throughout her life.  Listening skills begin to take on a new meaning when one is listening for the other side. Tarot, dreams, Reiki among other practiced skills became a pattern of listening and watching that continues today.  The show begins at 10 pm EST, 9 Central, and 8 EST.  Phone lines will be open for your calls and questions.  Be sure to join our simultaneous twitter chat @ #TheParanormalHour.

  • 01:00

    The Paranormal Hour with Willow Cross and Tracee Ford

    in Paranormal

    On this week's episode of The Paranormal Hour, hosts Willow Cross and Tracee Ford will be speaking with K.B. Miller author of Ghosts From My Past.  This is sure to be an entertaining show as K.B. has a mulitude of paranormal experiences to share.  Later in the show our old friend Micheal Barbee is dropping by to fill us in on some of the upcoming ghost investigations taking place this fall.   The show begins at 10 pm EST, 9 Central, and 8 PST.  Phone lines and chat room will be open for your calls and questions.



  • 01:01


    in Current Events


    If you’ve never known anyone who had some pretty rugged child custody battles, you may not know what supervised visitation is. In cases where the courts are reluctant to allow a parent to spend time with his or her children alone (maybe there are assault or domestic violence issues), the court will order the parent to use the services of a visitation supervisor. This person or organization arranges for the hand off of kids between one parent and another, or will go on the visit with the kids and the parent to be sure everything is all right. Sometimes the parent will have the visit right at a protective facility. Sounds like a great solution for situations where there could be some danger, right?

    Well, maybe. There are plenty of down sides, and like most things, there are consequences.

    Join us Saturday when Tracee Parker shares her knowledge about supervised visitation. She was the Program Director of the Safe Havens Visitation Center/Safe & Sound Visitation in the Seattle area during its operation from January 2005 through December 2012. Her background includes domestic violence advocacy, community organizing, violence prevention, mediation, nonviolent conflict resolution training, and domestic violence perpetrator treatment. Tracee is currently working on her doctorate in clinical psychology where her research focus is post-separation battering, family law and domestic violence, and coercive control.

    Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more about supervised visitation.

    Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.

    And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways



  • 01:01

    The Conscious Capitalist Show - Featuring - Sterling Crockett

    in Business

    Discussing the 4 core principles of Conscious Capitalism.

    Higher Purpose
    Stakeholder Orientation
    Conscious Leadership
    Conscious Culture

    Your Hosts:

    Christopher King (King) - who goes by King is the President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and author of a new book titled" Connecting With Intent - Why Social Capital is more Valuable than Financial Capital". He is the founder and CEO of King Connections.

    Ross Girardi - Vice President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and Founder and Managing Director of Conscious Management Consulting (CMC). 

    Meet today's Guest:

    Sterling Crockett

    Sterling has worked in such varied industries as Construction, Defense and, most recently, the sustainable coffee sector as CEO of Chesapeake Bay Roasting Company. 

    His personal dedication to socially responsible leadership has led him to understand that we succeed or fail as a community and the realization that the most impactful work in tackling challenges will result from a collaborative effort at the community level.  Our greatest payoffs will come from understanding our commonalities; respecting our strengths and building credibility with direct reach into the community.

    Also a champion of education, Sterling is on the advisory board at the Universities at Shady Grove where he sponsors a scholarship fostering the next generation of entrepreneurs.  He is a board member of the Arts and Humanity Council of Montgomery County, Future Link Inc. and Impact Silver Spring. Sterling was also former Chair of the Board of the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce.


  • 01:57

    The Paranormal Hour with Willow Cross and Tracee Ford

    in Paranormal

    On this week's episode The Paranormal Hour welcomes guest Jayme Ronan.  Jayme walks with one foot in this world and one in the other as a witch and a seer. As a psychic intuitive, he uses his gifts to see the past, present, and the future to help others, delve into past lives, and a guide to blessings and love. He also uses his gift as a paranormal investigator. Jayme does not consider himself as a medium but as one who can psychically see past events and discern spirits. Jayme is a Reiki master and teacher as well an aspiring author who has nearly finished his first novel. He is also co-authoring a novel with his life-long friend and fellow author Tracee Ford. He lives in Lexington, KY with his partner Matthew and their silky terrier Prissy.  Tune in Friday August 22 at 10 pm EST, 9 Central, and 8 PST to listen to the show.  The phone lines and chat room will be open for your calls and questions!

  • 01:02

    The Paranormal Hour with Willow Cross and Tracee Ford

    in Paranormal

    On this week's episode of The Paranormal Hour, hosts Willow Cross and special guest host Kelly Abell welcomes P.I.N.K. (Paranormal Investigations National Kinship)  Tanya and Juli (P.I.N.K. owners) will be here with TPH consultant Micheal Barbee to discuss a joint ghost investigation in MO.  Rumor has it, there may be video clips for everyone to see as well.  The show begins at 10 pm EST, 9 Central, and 8 PST.  Phone lines and chat room will be open for your questions.  You don't want to miss this!

  • 00:31

    GABWA ~ November 20th HerStory General Body Meeting in Atlanta

    in Business

    Tune in to get inspired and learn more about GABWA ~ The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys!

    Tracee R. Benzo is a partner at HASNER LAW. She practices in the areas of workers’ compensation and personal injury. Tracee serves injured workers and accident victims across the state of Georgia. The firm has offices in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia.

    Tracee is President of The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys. In addition, she is an active member of the John Marshall Law School Alumni Board and the Workers Compensation Claimants Law Section Research Committee. She previously worked on the Executive Board of The Gate City Bar Association and The New Lawyers Division of The Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. She is a graduate of The Young Lawyers Leadership Academy (class of 2010).

    Adwoa Ghartey-Tagoe Seymour, President-Elect — Adwoa is a senior associate at Bryan Cave LLP practicing in the areas of commercial litigation and products liability. She is also a registered neutral with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution, registered in the areas of mediation and arbitration.  Adwoa has successfully represented companies, manufacturers, and financial institutions in all matters of litigation pending in state and federal courts, at mediation, and in various arbitration forums. She uses her alternative dispute resolution and litigation skills to work closely with her clients to develop, implement and execute litigation and trial strategies, develop pre-litigation resolution strategies and executing same, and provide general advice regarding assessment and improvement of general corporate and business practices so as to avoid future disputes.

  • 01:48

    The Paranormal Hour with Willow Cross and Tracee Ford

    in Paranormal

    August 8th at 10 PM EST The Paranormal Hour with Willow Cross and Tracee Ford returns from summer hiatus.  This week's guest is author and outstanding tarot reader Alicia Sparks.  Ms. Sparks has wowed listeners and the TPH crew with her intuitive readings in the past and this show is sure to be as exciting.  Ms. Sparks will be taking calls from the listeners to do short one card readings.  The phone lines and chat room will be open for your questions.  We hope to see you there!

  • 02:01

    Hybrid Jazz - with Alison Crockett and Veronica Nunn!

    in Music

    How wonderful to have two internationally known vocalists with such incredible reputations!  We'll start our show at 1:30 p.m. Eastern time on 6/5 - so that we can make room for the intensely versatile, passionate and persuasive Allison Crockett. Pianist and composer as well as songstress of rare ability, Alison was steeped in education at Temple University and the Manhattan School of Music.  While in New York, her path crossed with DJ/Producer King Britt (Digable Planets), who promptly nicknamed our guest Diva Blue. Alison and her True Believer teamed to make a success of the Sylk 130 album, "When the Funk Hits the Fan" - that featured "Seasons Change."  Delving into Hip Hop and more variable Jazz, Alison worked with the Greg Osby Band - then US3 in the U.K.  With three musical projects or original material, Alison has combined what she has learned - and FELT - through the years - so that she could give us "Mommy, What's a Depression." And she'll give us an earful when she stars at Blues Alley on Father's Day - blissfully, we'll get a taste of that earful when Alison joins us!

    Veronica Nunn is no stranger to our show.  It has been wonderful to learn what new projects and ventures are on her current plate - and the next show will be FULL of more good news!  Her podcast, "Tales From the Jazz Side", is going strong.  She has updated her Dead Horse Records label website - she has partnered with Institut Musik Daya Indonesia (where she conducted workshops and performed in May!)  And she has joined the Board of Directors of a wondrous nonprofit in New Jersey called Seed Artists, Inc.  All this - and a tour with Michael Franks!  Thus, the reason for V's visit this time around - to call attention to those extremely popular dates with Michael around the country :)

    Please join us in keeping company with two exceptional talents!

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