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  • 01:32


    in Religion

    What does it stand for? 
    Why is central place everyone who wants to be a movie star? 

    Today we look at the esoteric and metaphysical nature of Hollywood. 

    “The druids were tree worshippers, especially the oak. The holly was their most sacred symbol because it was sacred to mother Holle or Hel, the [Norse] goddess of the underworld. The druids was conquered by the Romans as was Jersalem, and all there where mixed together from western christianity. 

    The origin of the television set was heavily shrouded in both spiritualism and the occult, writes author Stefan Andriopoulos in his new book Ghostly Apparitions. In fact, as its very name implies, the television was first conceived as a technical device for seeing at a distance: like thetelephone (speaking at a distance) and telescope (viewing at a distance), the television was intended as an almost magical box through which we could watch distant events unfold, a kind of technological crystal ball.



  • 01:44

    12 For 12s Radio w/ Paul Beyer - Episode #32

    in Sports

    "Let's Go 12ing":

    On "12 For 12s Radio Show" this week, Paul has a whole NEW 'Hawks12', focusing on this past weekends NFL Rookie Mini-Camp. He'll welcome Dani Alicia, Krista Mays, & Breanne Holle from "Only 12s" <Twitter><Website>, a Seattle Seahawks fan organization who's getting ready to host it's first BIG event on June 28th. Expect some fan stories that help connect the 12th Man/Lady, team, & ever-growing community in this great story we call #12ing! It truly is an amazing relationship we have with our team. Listen LIve HERE Tuesday @7pm PST

    Go Hawks

  • 00:30

    What You Should Know About Home Care

    in Caregiving

    Sharon McRill, Owner of the Betty Brigade, a personal assistance and concierge service based in Ann Arbor, Michigan will be talking with Home Care Expert Breanne Stuart about things you should know about home care.
    Breanne was born and raised in Southern California.  Breanne moved to the Ann Arbor, MI area where she joined her entire family on Broadview Christmas Tree Farm.
    She and her family have always had an affinity for entrepreneurship.  Breanne started a private home care agency serving Washtenaw and Livingston county in 2008 residents caring for people of all ages and all life challenges 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
    Breanne’s passion for home care came when she had the opportunity to care for her grandfather who had Parkinson’s and her father who had colon cancer.  In both cases, their wishes were to remain at home and with family.  Caregiver support and hospice support allowed both of them to stay at home.
    Today, Breanne employs 55 caregivers and 4 office staff and continues to serve Washtenaw and Livingston counties.
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  • 02:15

    The Rendezvous Show with Cris and Alysia

    in Entertainment

    Are YOU Ready To Rendezvous? 
    8:15pm- Breanne Primeau- Pop Singer
    8:45pm- AdELA- Pop/R&B Artist of, "Team Snooki Music"
    We are also dedicating this show to our past Indie Artist who have been on our show by showcasing  their music.
    This Show Is Sponsored by Robinson Catering Services. You can place your orders online at Robinsoncateringservice@gmail.com or by calling 646-291-0701

  • 00:39

    Cloverleaf Radio Presents: Holly Maxwell!

    in Music

    Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with The Most Jimmy Falcon, Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina and Koriander Ake welcome the final show in the "It's A Little Bit Country...Little Bit R&B Show of Shows" Series, Featuring Legendary R&B and Jazz Singer, Recording Artist, and member of The Ike Turner Review, "The Original Black Blonde Bombshell" Holly Maxwell AKA Holle Thee Maxwell!

  • 00:32

    Inside the Squared Circle Episode #213

    in Entertainment

    Tonight, Part one of three of our 4 Corner Monday Night RAW Conversation segment. The topic: RAW's greatest surprises.
    PLUS, an all new episode of "Eyes Up Here" with Breanne Venn. The sexiest woman in radio answers your burning questions with style and class.
    All this and more tonight at Midnight!

  • 02:01

    Jessica Breanne & The Electric Hearts

    in Entertainment

    Jessica Breanne & The Electric Hearts draw on the soul of Stax and the blues of the delta to create an original sound that breaks the mold of the city they reside and perform in. Their music weaves together new sounds with classic throwback elements. The Electric Hearts have been hard at work completing their debut LP, which is being produced by local producer and band-mate, Mike Odmark. The record tells the stories of love, love lost and redemption while painting vivid pictures of the struggles and temptations of the soul. Meanwhile, they have been dominating the Nashville rock scene with their “no-holds-barred” approach anchored by Jessica’s undeniable stage presence and vocal prowess. After recently winning the “Battle on Third” competition against 36 local bands, opening for Robert Randolph & The Family Band, The Wooten Brothers, and more: Jessica Breanne & The Electric Hearts are quickly becoming the band to see in Nashville.
    Photos by Melissa Madison Fuller

  • No One Cares What You Want to Sell Them (but that's a good thing)

    in Marketing

    No one cares what you want to sell them – but  that's a good thing.

    "People don’t want to be sold. But they love to buy." ~ Jeffrey Gitomer

    In this day and age, it’s not about selling. It’s about solving a problem. It can’t be about you…it has to be about your customer.

    Sales expert, Breanne Dyck is going to educate us in a different approach to sales that will be a game-changer for your business.

  • 01:00

    Holle Aarde

    in Spirituality

    Wist je dat de aarde hol is ban binnen? En dat de bevolking in de aarde groter is dan op aarde zelf? Nee? Dan moet je zeker terug gaan luisteren naar deze uitzending. Ook bespreken we het studiemateriaal van afgelopen week en sluiten we af met een audiofragment van Almine.

  • 01:01

    Astrologie van de Verborgen Planeten

    in Spirituality

    Na de onthullingen van vorige week over de holle aarde kijken we vandaag naar de hemel; is de hemel zoals wij die vanaf de aarde bewonderen nog wel echt? We hebben het over de 12 verborgen planeten en de nieuwe astrologie. We bespreken ook de laatste week van Transmissions van de Infinite, hebben het over oorzaak en gevolg en we bespreken wat schoonheid werkelijk is, voorbij dualiteit.

  • 01:00

    Until You Walk the Path, You Don't Know Where it Goes

    in Spirituality

    Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t Know Where it Goes will be hosting Timothy Grey on March 14 at 5 pm eastern.

    Timothy Grey Began filmmaking in 2001 with his first independent production VOW.  The film was released regionally.  Oscar winning director Michael Moore said "Timothy Grey's VOW is both disturbing and entertaining and a wonderful contribution to independent film."  

    In 2004 Grey started production on his second narrative, Lower the Sun.  A vampire tale loosely based on the Gilgamesh epic.  The film remains unfinished. In 2008 Timothy Grey with Breanne Russell began production on their first documentary Under The Eightball.  The film was released in 2009 to rave reviews in the LA Times, Village Voice, NY Times, and Variety. The film is currently entering the Festival Circuit as well as a screening/speaking tour with the filmmakers.

    Under the Eightball is a film about one woman's struggle with a mysterious disease and her family's desperate attempt to save her life. This documentary ventures further than merely a disease, it examines the systemic failures of our health care, insurance, and pharmaceutical industries. The audience becomes witness to an ambivalent medical community who's attitude can only be described as a tragic failure.  This is a cautionary tale --- warning the viewer that this story is not the exception but one that is all too common.  A truth that lives in our cities, on our streets, in our homes. The victims are our neighbors, friends, parents, siblings and children. The victims are us...