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  • Episode 02: Moving to Distinct and the 'Ebert Effect'

    in Self Help

    The move to distinction in my own business.

  • 02:01

    Monster X Radio: Bigfoot Encounters with Sam Ebert and Pat Camp

    in Science

    Join Monster X Radio host Gunnar Monson and special guest cohost Julie Rench as they sit down with Bigfoot witnesses Sam Ebert and Pat Camp, both Sam and Pat are Members and admins of The Ohio based Genoskwa Project.

    The Genoskwa Project is a Bigfoot research group, based out of Ohio, dedicated to prove the existence of bigfoot to mainstream science.  To find out more about The Genoskwa Project check out their website www.genoskwaproject.com. They also have a Facebook group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/676828342393231/


    The call in number is (347) 326-9859.


    Gunnar Monson is a long time Bigfoot researcher. He is the lead investigator of the Tillamook Forest Research Group as well as a member of the Olympic Project. He is also the founder of Monster X Radio sponsor, The Sasquatch Coffee Company (www.squatchcoffee.com)



    Julie Rench is an active field investigator for The Genoskwa Project and recently established The Genoskwa Project Southwest Ohio. Julie investigates with a healthy skepticism and prognostic approach while keeping an open mind and being sensitive to what people believe they have witnessed. Julie joined the Monster X Radio team in 2015 and will be one of the hosts of our upcoming 'Bigfoot Encounters' show.

  • 02:00

    A Tribute to Siskel & Ebert/Ebert & Roeper

    in Film

    The television landmark created by film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert back in the 70's is undergoing change ... and most likely, not for the better. As Ebert and Roeper leave their own show this week, join this nostalgic look back at one of the best and most enduring shows that treated film criticism seriously.

  • 01:23

    FILM: SAJA-SAMMA Oscars Episode

    in News

    SAJA and SAMMA are coming together for their annual BlogTalkRadio conversation about the most glamorous night in Hollywood- the Oscars! 


    At a time when the Oscars have come under fire for being #oscarsowhite, the Academy has honored a number of South Asians for their work. Among the nominees are Sanjay Patel (Sanjay's Super Team); Asif Kapadia (Amy); Oscar-Winner and SAJA member Sharmeen Obaid (A Girl in the River). And presenting this year is Priyanka Chopra (Quantico). 


    So come join us on SUNDAY at 11 am to 12 pm ET (9:30 pm to 10:30 pm Bollywood time) as we talk all things Hollywood. Listen via phone (1-347-324-5991) or on your computer: 


    Hosts Rajan Shah (@RajanCShah; SAMMA co-founder);  Sree Sreenivasan (@sree, Chief Digital Officer of @MetMuseum, and SAJA co-founder); Geetika Rudra (@GGGeetika, of breaking news startup Dataminr and SAJA's new SAJA webcasts producer) chat with Gitesh Pandya (CEO and Editor-in-Chief ofboxofficeguru.com); Nimitt Mankad (Producer of Oscar-nominated films); Anisha Jhaveri (@jhavanis, film critic and Sundance Ebert Fellow); and here to talk fashion in film, Noor Brara (@noorbrara, Teen Vogue). 


    We are also featuring an interview with Oscar-winner Sharmeen Obaid, whose film A Girl In The River is nominated this year for Best Documentary Short. 

  • 00:35

    Notre Dame Legend DANIEL "RUDY" RUETTIGER

    in Sports

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Rico Racosky will interview Notre Dame Legend DANIEL "RUDY" RUETTIGER.


    INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN CELEBRITY: 
    Against all odds on a gridiron in South Bend, Indiana, Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger in twenty seven seconds, carved his name into history books as perhaps the most famous graduate of the University of Notre Dame. The son of an oil refinery worker and third of 14 children, Rudy rose from valleys of discouragement and despair to the pinnacles of success. Today, he is one of the most popular motivational speakers in the United States. It took years of fierce determination to overcome obstacles and criticisms, yet Rudy achieved his first dream - to attend Notre Dame and play football for the Fighting Irish. As fans cheered RU-DY, RU-DY, he sacked the quarterback in the last 27 seconds of the only play in the only game of his college football career. He is the only player in the school's history to be carried off the field on his teammates' shoulders.
    In 1993, TRISTAR Productions immortalized his life story with the blockbuster film, RUDY. Written and produced by Angelo Pizzo and David Anspaugh, the award-winning team who brought us HOOSIERS, the critically acclaimed RUDY received "Two Thumbs Up" from Siskel and Ebert and continues to inspire millions worldwide.
     

  • 00:00

    2015 WEEK 15 - The Hot Mess

    in Comedy

    This week Siskel & Ebert review the movie "Goodfellas", my date that mirror's the horrid 80's movie "Blind Date" and why did teenagers from the 50's speak a completely different language and who was writing their dialogue. It's a really good pre-holiday Juskow classic. :)

  • 00:00

    2015 WEEK 15 - The Hot Mess

    in Comedy

    This week Siskel & Ebert review the movie "Goodfellas", my date that mirror's the horrid 80's movie "Blind Date" and why did teenagers from the 50's speak a completely different language and who was writing their dialogue. It's a really good pre-holiday Juskow classic. :)

  • 02:00

    All about Involuntary Commitment with George Ebert and Frank Blankenship

    in Current Events

      267 621 0167 Sunday 9pm Eastern 6Pm pacific  7 pm Central 8pm Mountain


    Frank Blankenship from Mind Freedom Florida and  George Ebert other invited Guest join us to talk about Involuntary  hospitlization and Assisted Out patient commmitment generallyy known else where as involuntary Commiment.  and reducing the role of  Protection and Advocacy. Republicans are set on passing the Murphy Bill and other states like Kentucky  and California are putting even more stringent calls for forced interventions. Where is this going? Also we will talk about the past few weeks events. Is every attack caused by mental illness even domestic Terroism?


    I invite you especillay if you have had a personal expereince using these service to call in and disuss thier worthiness to revamp the Mental Health system.
     

  • 00:52

    Laughing it up with adult film director Russ Meyer! 1979 INTERVIEW

    in Movies

    Today’s Guest: Russ Meyer, director of ographic films such as Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, Vixen, Supervixens, and Beneath the Valley of the Ultra Vixens, in this never before published audio interview from October 4, 1979.


    ADULTS ONLY beyond the point, please. You should be over 18 to listen to, watch, or read this post. Thank you.


    Order "Beneath the Valley of the Ultra Vixens" directed by Russ Meyer: http://amzn.to/1PwE1bI


    Key Interview Moments:


    • 8:15 Russ Meyer gets editing advice from an audience member;


    • 17:55 An explanation of why every Meyer film has at least seven endings;


    • 40:10 Meyer's opinion that people in law enforcement in the 1970s had "very long memories and very short dicks."


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  • 00:34

    Summer Movies: Beyond Blockbusters - Some Flicks Not to Miss

    in Women

    Joyce Kulhawlik knows movies. She's worked with movie critic luminaries like Leonard Maltin and Roger Ebert. She is stopping by at the height of the Summer Movie Season to discuss a few movies you might want to see - including a few you might have overlooked. Joyce really has some great choices. Listen in and go beyond the blockbusters and get to the hidden gems!


    Website: joyceschoices.com

  • 01:06

    74 - Russ Martin Schools Us on Cinema

    in Pop Culture

    Russ Martin, an old pal of Biff's is all about "cinema". We talk about a lot of Batman, a little Ant Man, Captain America and Wolverine.
    Plus, Teddy Rubskin hops in on this show and shares his opinions on things. (we think his Bat-Radar was operating at high frequencies)
    We question if cinema an edangered species with all this blockuster hoopla happening all around us? Will a comic book movie EVER win an Oscar for Best Picture? Will Ant Man suck, or is Biff wrong yet again (like he was about Guardians)? We're in for another instant classic, for sure, so hold on to those ticket stubs, folks!