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  • 01:02

    David Fore Interview

    in Music

    David Fore will be my guest talking about his drumming career with Bubble Puppy , Demian, D-Day , and The Eggmen.  

  • 01:01

    Speaker "Meeting" with Dayna B,

    in Lifestyle

    We’re always trying to think of topics that are compelling to our listeners, but the heart of every show is our guests and their recovery stories.  Everyone who participates on the show is a volunteer, whose willingness to honestly share their experience, strength, and hope helps keeps us all sober.  


    So tonight will be an open format episode in the style of a speaker/discussion meeting, where one guest shares their recovery story.   Tonight we are thrilled to welcome Dayna B to the show!  Dayna is coming up on one year of sobriety, and she is here tonight to share her experience, strength and hope with us.

  • 01:54

    Pet Radio-Gizmo Report, Steve Dale & the Dog Flu, and K9 Fit Club

    in Pets

    Jen Adams and Gizmo join us with the Gizmo Report, followed by Mr. Pet Radio himself Steve Dale live from Chicago who will give us the latest news on the dog flu epidemic in Chicago, and the founder of the K9 Fit Club will tell us how to keep your dog lean and fit. Also joining us is the founder of Puppy Bumpers. Phone lines will be open during the segment with Gizmo and Steve Dale.


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  • 02:03

    Those Baltimore Thugs, Really?

    in Lifestyle

     I hear all too often the question "What does Africa & Black history have to do with what we do today?" I always hesitate.How do you explain a process to someone who believes they live in a bubble only affected by what happens today?I explain that I have a scar over my right eye because a guy sucker punched me one day as I was walking home from school. Now I am always aware when someone walks up on me from behind.  Police self report domestic violence at the rate of 40% of ALL domestic violence reports.Their spouses are deathly afraid to report because...In a nationwide survey of 123 police departments, 45% had no specific policy for dealing with officer-involved domestic violence. http://www.purpleberets.org/violence_police_families.html   Where were all of these people who call Black children thugs and criminals when the students at Kentucky University rioted in the streets for the 2nd year in a row.   http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/04/05/1375772/-Riots-Looting-Fires-Break-Out-in-Kentucky-Don-t-Worry-It-s-Mostly-White-Kids#  Kentucky fans rioted because they lost a basketball game. Baltimore youth rioted because another black man was paralyzed and died while in police custody for the second time. Pastor Jamal Bryant brought the Bloods and the Crips together this past Sunday with the Nation of Islam and a Christian Church in peace to address  and create a plan to overcome the systemic issue of  domestic violence on the black male. Did Fox, NBC, ABC or CBS report that breaking news? NO!

  • 02:59

    Lets Keep It Real .On*TheFullFledgeShow* Episode : LIving in a box .

    in Current Events

    Welcome again to { the full fledge show } the call in line is , 347-826-9733  .                                                                     With all that is going on in the world  / America - I Phone 6 doesn't matter  , katy perrys dress doesn't matter ,  derp NBA  doesn't  , The walking derp show doesn't matter , working on getting laid doesn't matter ,  Kim Kardashin's butt doesn't matter video of puppy scared of its own hiccups doesn't matter ,  dancing with the "stars" doesn't matter ! The only thing that matters is are you seeing whats going on and what are you doing about it ? Please call in and speak your piece on how you feel and tell us some input on some current events that you see happing before your eye's . Call in 347 - 826 -9733  &  talk  your heart out .

  • 01:02

    Interview With Sherri VandenAkker, Creator of the Film My Name Was Bette

    in Lifestyle

    On this episode, we will interview Sherri VandenAkker and her sister, Krystyn White


    Sherri is the creator of the film My Name Was Bette:  The Life and Death of an Alcoholic. This stunning documentary offers a shocking yet moving look at women's alcoholism.  The film chronicles the progression of the disease in Sherri and Krystyn's mother, Bette VandenAkker -- a nurse, wife, and mother -- who died in September, 2007.   The film, which was also created by Josh WE Hays, employs interviews, family photographs, medical records and graphics, and court documents to provide a personal and detailed look at the physical, emotional, and mental toll of alcoholism.  The film also also offers hope to those affected by the disease who seek to heal their pain and strained relationships.  


    On this show we will talk with Sherri and Krystyn about their personal journeys with their mother's alcoholism, as well as discuss what it was like to create the film.  If you have ever loved someone who struggled with alcoholism, you understand the challenges of loving someone with this disease.


    This film is avaialble to rent on Amazon; to view the film click HERE.  Visit the film's website by clicking HERE


     

  • 01:02

    Young Living Oils for Dogs and also what you need to know about raising a puppy!

    in Pets

    Host and dog training and behavior specialist Julie Forbes talks with Leah Espy who works with Young Living pure essential oils.  Julie met Leah at the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show this spring.  How might essential oils help your dog and why Young Living?  Then the conversation shifts to Julie sharing her expertise about puppies.  She's fitting in as much info as she can about puppies and what you need to know about how to respond to common puppy challenges like housetraining, mouthing, chewing, and socialization.


     

  • 00:17

    A Theory of Parenting - Tribeca Family Festival

    in Film

    April 25, 2015


    hello, 


    Welcome to A Theory of Parenting on blogtalkradio.com


    My name is Tammi Joyner


    I am your Host for the Show


    Today we are reporting on The Tribeca Family Festival  between Chambers and Hubert Street


    The festival is free for all ages


    Website Info: www.tribecafilm.com


    The event last from 10am to 6pm 


    The blurb say: Celebrate the close of the Tribeca Film Festival at this Family Street Fair.


    You'll have the chance to see special performances from an Off-Broadway show on the Festival Stage, attend free screenings, participate in high tech activity stations and animation demo's in addition to enjoying food and face painting stations.


    The schedule is TBA, but previous years highlights have included live chef demo's from local restaurants and film making workshops, a bubble garden, and a book fair, where young readers can browse titles and enjoy readings.

  • 00:52

    how to become a elite trader?

    in Finance

    Hello traders welcome back come hang out with me as i talk stocks business and  give you tips to become a better trader.and will give you a recape of my trading day as well. lets start banking to gethere and  check out https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/were-fuel-cells-just-bubble-michael-hall


    and when i feel $axxe and $nesi are my next 2 mega block buster trades. 


     

  • 03:14

    Community Stories: My New Wolfdog Puppy

    in Education

    Wolfdog Radio: Your Voice, Your Time will sit down with special guest Kat Wolfdancer to discuss life with wolfdog puppies! Members of the Wolfdog Community will join us around the table to ask questions, share their experiences, offer advice, or simply just vent!


    Sharon Green will also join us for a special interview to share her training methods, struggles, and stories while raising her two wolfdogs, Shango (high content) and Neeka (low content). Sharon will also stick around for the remainder of the show and offer her advice along with Kat! 


    Raising a wolfdog puppy can be a highly rewarding experience, but it can also be a challenge, especially during that crucial first year of development. It’s very easy to become overwhelmed. Sometimes this can leave your head spinning, and your days filled with frustration and concern that you’re not applying the “correct” methods and therefore jeopardizing the bond with your animal. Do not feel alone, we ALL go through this!! From the beginning to the ending stages of puppyhood, wolfdog owners experience a variety of challenges.


    No matter the content of our pups, there seems to be general consensus across the community that most, if not all, wolfdog owners go through similar challenges. Some of these include: resource guarding; rough play; mouthing/biting; socialization; car sickness; exposure to novel stimuli; and choosing the correct diet. We want to explore these topics and the various methods used to deter such unwanted behaviors. It’s important that we all have the opportunity to learn from one another.


    "What works for one, may not work for another. It’s always best to have a bunch of different tools to choose from."


    To learn more about Woldog Radio: Your Voice, Your Time and our special guests please visit www.wolfdogradio.com

  • 00:52

    Why Jeb Bush Is Not The One

    in Current Events

    When talk began in earnest about a Jeb Bush presidential candidacy for 2016, former First Lady Barbara Bush was noticeably cool about the idea.  Alas, she eventually changed her mind.  But as veteran test takers know, it is usually wise to trust your first instinct when deciding a question.


    Tonight we will examine the myriad weaknesses of another Bush run at the White House.  A spotty electoral record, weakness in coalition building, the lingering suspicion about the Bush penchant for international adventurism, a closed and inbred circle of political advisors, an often tone-deaf approach to communications and identity politics, a detached bubble of family affluence- all of these translate into a damaged political brand that would be very problematic in a presidential race.


    The Bushes are a distiguished political family with a commendable record of public service.  But the times are not suited for yet another President Bush.  The Republican goal for this election should be to win the White House, not provide a comfortable security blanket for the GOP establishment.