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  • 00:46

    Interview with Utopiacon Veteran Chelsea Fine

    in Books

    Join host Jo Michaels, of the Jo Michaels blog,  as she interviews Utopia veteran and best-selling author Chelsea Fine. She's the author of several contemporary romance novels, including Best Kind of Broken (Finding Fate book 1). You can pick up this newest novel here on Amazon. Chelsea has been with Utopia since year one, and she's commonly a guest speaker at author cons around the US. You can find her on her website, on Facebook, on Twitter, and on Instagram. Give this little lady a follow and expand your worldview!

  • 00:43

    Today with Miss Chelsea Rucker

    in Radio

    As we get underway with our 6th Episode, I'd like to thank everyone for supporting myself and our team as we become bigger and better every show. Stay tuned as I talk to Chelsea Rucker, a Nashville, TN native, and get her take on the death penalty and other huge topics. Again thank you for tuning in. God Bless.

  • 00:36

    Aston Villa ease back into the Premier League with a visit to 16th-place Chelsea

    in Soccer

    That may have been the most refreshing week ever. We're back and ready to talk about Aston Villa again. That's not to say that the club have become any better, but we're recharged!

    And what a match to come back for. With speculation swirling that Tim Sherwood may only have two matches to save his tenure at Villa Park, he must lead his club to Stamford Bridge for a tilt against Chelsea. Sure Jose Mourinho's squad aren't as good as we've come to expect this year, but that doesn't mean this won't be difficult. It's Chelsea. It's always difficult.

  • 01:07

    Is Chelsea trainwreck similar to Leeds? Is Rodgers Gone? Why Spanish clubs rule

    in Sports

    The panel reacts to Chelsea's three nil loss to Everton.  Did Jose Mourinho's handling of the Eva Carniero situation create the bad Kharma dogging the Blues? Is the Eva controversy, although relatively inconsequential, similar to a player brawl at Leeds United that triggered their relegation demise? Does Liverpool's poor performance against Manchester United seal Brendan Rodgers fate? Is spursGreg giddy after his team's first win of the year combined with Arsenal Champions League face plant? Is the classic 4-4-2 better, and more entertaining, then the 4-3-3 or one striker formations popular among many club's in today's game? Where have of all of last year's big club strikers gone?  Will English clubs ever win the Champion's League? Do Spanish clubs deserve more respect from BPL fans given their recent years' dominance in both Champions and Europa football?  We discuss this and more in the latest version of the Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show.

  • 01:10

    Chelsea, Liverpool & Mancs lose, Citeh, Swansea, AFC & Saints surge + Transfers

    in Sports

    Chelsea continues miserable start to the new season in losing another match and losing their key transfer window target John Stones. Can Jose right the ship after the Blues' worse start since the early 1970s? After showing promise with two wins and a draw in their first three games, Liverpool gets buried in a 0-3 drubbing to West Ham.  Is Brendan Rodgers the right manager for this team? After not being scored upon in three games Manchester United give up two goals in five minutes in their loss to upcomers Swansea City - and what was that fiasco about in the De Gea/Real Madrid transfer falling apart due to paper work snafus at the eleventh hour? With Arsenal scoring just three goals this season and "own goal" accounting for two of those, Arsene Wenger responds by aquiring no field players in this summer's transfer window - is this same old AW routine wearing thin on Gunner fans again? Wholesale changes again at Southampton: after getting their first win this week against mighty Watford can the Saints pull off another successfull complete player overhaul? The panel picks their Blacksheep/underdog teams for the season - Swansea, Sunderland, Leister or maybe Bournemouth? Having walked into a Santa Monica bar while being in the USA for a work project and meeting scourserCraig, fellow scouser liverpoolGary jumps on the pubcast and starts pitching the banter from word one - great to have you on the show Gary!  We discuss all this and more in the latest version of the famous Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show!

  • 00:58

    Chelsea meltdown, Liverpool, Everton, Southampton, Swansea - BPL Wk 2

    in Sports

    Live from the Podcast (Pubcast?) Cubby the Two Yanks v Brits react to Chelsea's solid pounding by Manchester City - is Jose Mourinho up to his old tricks of manipulating the Russian billionaire to get more transfer window action?  Is John Terry being treated like Steven Gerrard was last year? Liverpool was boring and lucky in maintaining their out-of-the-blocks perfect season - which is the best player combination? Is Bentecke the strike force answer they've been looking for? Is Southampton in deep trouble or is everything still rosey as Southampton says? Is Swansea City FC the model for every newly promoted team? Can the Swans improve on last season's tremendous eighth place finish? How did the newly promoted Bournmouth, Norwich City and Watford fare this week? We discuss this and much more!

  • 00:49

    Klopp debut, Arsenal on fire, Chelsea rebounds, new Leeds manager

    in Sports

    Juergan Klopp unveils high press style in draw against red hot Spurs. ScouserCraig v two diehard Spurs fans creates a raging banterfest.  Can Klopp live up to the hype that started this week?  Arsenal crushes Watford and then wins 2 nil v arguably the best club in Europe Buyern Munich. Are the Gunners finally reaching their potential? LeedsJayne didn't sound too excited about the Whites' new higher - Will Leeds ever reclaim previous glory by getting back to the Premier League? We roll out week on of the Expert Panel and TwitterMates 3X5 Pickem Competitions.  Can leedsJayne defend her titlte against the boys or will a new Pickem Champion emerge? We react to these stories and more in this version of the Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show.

  • 00:45

    Galaxy Tailgate Live from StubHub! Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool & Galaxy v NYCFC

    in Sports

    It looked like the Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show tailgate podcast would not happen due to us not having press credentials (yes we've hit the big time!).  However, after extensive negotiations and high level diliberations the Galaxy management decided to let the show go on! The tent was up, mics, booms and the famous Two Yanks v Brist banner drew crowds as we broadcasted in the lovely California sunshine from the StubHub Center prior to the LA Galaxy v NYCFC nationally televised soccer match. In this show we react to Chelsea's first win of the season - Pedro makes an immediate impact by scoring a goal and an assist, Diego Costa opens his season scoring account and transfer rumors continue to swirl about Everton's John Stones joining the Blues. GoonerTom rejoins the panel along with his mate liverpoolChris and the Arsenal v Liverpool pre match banter flies!  What does this first encounter mean to both the Gunners and the Reds? ScouserCraig weighs in. It was billed as the Stevie G v Frank Lampard "British Invasion" but with Lampard out and a sold out crowd the tailgate atmosphere was still electric. We discuss all this and more in this roadtrip edition of the Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show!

  • 01:32

    Entertainment Review Radio Show / Chelsea Crites - Charlene Crites

    in Entertainment

    John Jeff Brandyberry of Diminished Pitch Entertainment and Wacko Bob of The Wacko Radio Network are pleased to announce the next guest on the Entertainment Review Radio Show heard on the Wacko Radio Network streamed by BlogTalkRadio

    On Sunday June 21st 2015 at 10 PM Europe Time, 9 PM UK Time, 4 PM EST, 3 PM CST, 2 PM MST 1 PM PST The co hosts of the Entertainment Review Radio Show John Brandyberry and Willy The Beast Forrest will have two guests for this program. Joining the program will be Canadian Country Recording Artist Chelsea Crites and Charlene Crites for a discussion about the Entertainment Industry

    Tune into this program as it is being recorded or you can listen to this program after it is recorded on the Wacko Radio Network Channel as an ON DEMAND listen on Blogtalkradio

  • 00:31

    Rookie Notes and Chelsea Wilson on Wisdom of Success

    in Women

    March is International Women’s Month and here on Wisdom of Success we are celebrating in full force.  All month long we are going to bring you conversations with amazingly power-filled women who will inspire you to be all that you can be.  Today on the program we bring you a woman who documents her life journey and rookie mistakes on her blog. Chelsea Wilson shares what life has taught her in the hopes that others may be spared a less than joyful experience. She is also a world traveler and has lived in Spain, India, and Pennsylvania all the while hailing from Baltimore, MD originally.  Visit her blog www.rookienotes.wordpress.com Wisdom of Success is a presentation of the Perspectivepower network and you can FOLLOW us at www.blogtalkradio.com/perspectivepower and www.facebook.com/perspectivepower  Learn more about Award-Winning Artist David A. Martinka, who provides our theme music www.redbellymusic.com & www.sunshadows.net


    in Lifestyle

    I'm Chelsea Szabo, and I battled death three times before reaching the age of twenty. I survived two different types of cancer (Melanoma and Hodgkin's lymphoma) and a serious automobile accident.

    These experiences gave me a sense of urgency to embrace life to the fullest, and provided the personal motto:  Keep going until you get what you want, and then repeat.

    And that's just what I did after graduating with a B.S. in Marketing from West Chester University of Pennsylvania—I went after what I thought I wanted. I moved to Los Angeles and quickly jumped into the local advertising scene and immersed myself in a variety of professional and philanthropic opportunities. 

    So, I left what was familiar to find what was authentic. I finally found it when I became a Certified Professional Coach. The one thing that stayed consistent during this transition was my voice. In order to get what I wanted, I had to voice it again, and again, and again, even when it sounded crazy to others.  

    That's the root of my private coaching practice, Verbal Courage. As a Coach, I blend my passion for helping others with the strong belief that change can't happen without a confident voice. I now wake up completely fulfilled as my days are dedicated to guiding others to speak with Verbal Courage. Nothing is more rewarding than seeing them learn to trust their intuition, and successfully initiate even the most difficult conversations to keep them on track to get what they truly want. 

    For more on me, and what Verbal Courage can mean for you, visit VerbalCourage.com