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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

  • 01:21

    Super Geeked Up – Ep. 137 – Geek Girls Episode, Jurassic World, Summer Blockbusters

    in Pop Culture

    Our second-ever Geek Girls episode where we have some of our favorite kick-ass women join us! Kristen Nedopak Elysia White, and Lovina Yavari swing by to talk Jurassic World and the first summer blockbusters we saw in theaters and loved. Plus we play super-fun games Geeky Audition and 3 Second Movies! Continue reading →

  • 00:33

    Episode 179-Mick Mears

    in Writing

    Mick Mears is not about self publicity, He can`t be bothered. He doesn't write literary masterpieces or blockbusters aimed at taking consciousness to the brink of divine understanding. He writes because he always has, and it`s an illness with no cure. Yes folks, it`s terminal.

  • 01:01

    Madcast Podcast

    in Pop Culture

    Madcast Podcast is back to discuss everything from Comics to wrestling and so much more. So join your great host Madness, CJ Xavier, Kevin Dagger, and RJ JustRJ for our hour long special edition

  • 00:29

    Honest Medicine with Julie Schopick and Sandie Sedgbeer

    in Self Help

    Born out of personal tragedy, Julia Schopick’s bestselling book Honest Medicine reveals how you can learn to prevent or even reverse disease with four potentially lifesaving low-cost FDA-approved treatments that work, but which are largely being overlooked by mainstream mainstream because they are not financial blockbusters.

    Julia Schopick is the author of the best-selling book, HONEST MEDICINE, which reveals four little-known but promising treatments for life-threatening diseases that your doctor may not know(or won’t tell you) about. Her writings have appeared in American Medical News (AMA), Alternative & Complementary Therapies, the British Medical Journal and the Chicago Sun-Times. www.HonestMedicine.com

    Sandie Sedgbeer combines her love of broadcasting with her pioneering work as a consultant advising authors, teachers, speakers, and individuals how to apply the science of resonance for personal and business success. www.sedgbeer.com

    brought to you by VividLife.me

  • 02:00

    Computer America - Hoopla Digital; Teensafe

    in Technology

    Computer America

    Hour one: Hoopla Digital. Jeff Jankowski, Owner and Founder of Hoopla Digital.

    Bringing you hundreds of thousands of movies, full music albums, audiobooks and more, hoopla is a revolutionary digital service made possible by your local library.  From Hollywood blockbusters to best selling artists and authors – not just the hits, but the niche and hard-to-find as well – you’ll soon discover that hoopla provides you the freedom you've been searching for to experience, explore and enjoy what you want, when you want, and where you want. Simple to access and use, without the hassle of having to return the items you’ve borrowed, all you need is your library card, a web browser, smart phone or tablet to get started. The freedom you want is here, now.


    Hour two: TeenSafe. Rawdon Messenger, CEO.

    TeenSafe is a monitoring service that allows parents to monitor their child's iPhone or Android smartphone as well as view activity on Instagram, WhatsApp and Kik Messenger. When you sign into TeenSafe, your teen's smartphone data will be available for you to view. TeenSafe offers complete security. Only you can access your child's data.

  • 02:59

    Iran Nuclear Deal, Who To Trust? All 50 States Are Border States & Family Movies

    in Politics

    Michael Rubin-Former Pentagon official whose major research areas are the Middle East, Turkey, Iran and diplomacy asks, "Who do we believe more, POTUS or the Ayatollah?

    Larry Pratt-Says all 50 states are now border states.  Pratt is the Executive Director of Gun Owners of America and former House of Virginia delegate.

    Bob Waliszewski-Focus on the Family's Plugged-in Department Director discusses The Weekend Box Office numbers and popular family DVD's. Along with tips on keeping what's on your TV "Family Friendly."

    John McTernan-National best selling author of, "As American Has Done To Israel" breaks news that the Iran deal includes the US protecting their nuclear facilities.

    Ben McGinley-One of Harley Davidson's designers talks about Harley's new Iron 883 and Forty-Eight Models and the S Series Cruisers with Screamin’ Eagle Power.  

    John Zmirak-Senior Editor of The Stream says regarding, "The Planned Parenthood Videos: Is It Wrong to "Lie" to Abortionists?"

    Alex and Stephen Kendrick-The Makers of Faith Based blockbusters, present their new film, War Room being released in theatres this coming Friday.  In 2003 the Kendrick brothers pioneered the modern faith film industry, beginning a wave of faith-based movies that has drawn remarkable attention from Hollywood in the last couple of years

  • 01:10

    Clio Express: A Conversation with Martha Reeves

    in Lifestyle

    From the outset, Martha Reeves’ voice possessed an earthy, direct quality that distinguished her from other female singers - such as sultry Mary Wells or demure Diana Ross - at Motown. Her voice bore the righteous fervor of gospel and the flinty edginess of rhythm & blues, which, combined with Motown’s stylized pop-soul approach, made for a compelling package. Together with her backup singers, the Vandellas, Reeves recorded a classic run of singles in the mid-Sixties, most of them composed by the songwriting team of Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and Eddie Holland. The Vandellas’ hit streak included what may be the definitive Motown anthem, “Dancing in the Street,” as well as such danceable blockbusters as “(Love Is Like a) Heat Wave,” “Nowhere to Run” and “Jimmy Mack.”  This conversation is a real treat for our listening audience and those who loved Motown back in the day.

  • 01:39

    Episode 21 (Sequelitis)

    in Movies

    The MFF Crew discuss subpar sequels of famous film franchises and pontificate on the future of current blockbusters.

  • 01:57

    Game Show Tonite 112-Blockbusters

    in Entertainment

    Take a guess based on a letter...and if you guess right, you win!

    That's the principle of Blockbusters.

    Professor Barcus will return to the classroom, after having to watch for Severe Weather last week.  Bill Cullen hosted it, and we'll explain everything about Blockbusters.  

    We'll also have news and info about 

  • 00:26

    the blockbusters are comming

    in Fun

    now that i am back from my long unneeded vacation intel returns with the scoop on the summer blockbusters of 2013 ohhhh an it is a doozy