• 01:57

    Kiler Davenport Live: Tuesday Night Roundtable

    in Culture

    So many are struggling with personal issues - lack of employment, unable to pay bills, loose friendships, bad relationships, faultering businesses, government red tape, mean and overbearing bosses, and a hoard of seemingly impossible obstacles.


    The many members of our roundtable who travel through this revolving digital door will be talking about the essence of consciousness, reality and being. We will discuss the importance of linguistically based reality, culture, tradition, dogma and social interaction as well as science. We will touch on human relationships, the collective, community, unity, fellowship and religion. We will also discuss the fear that holds people back from success, a meaningful existence, economic stability and meaningful personal relationships. Come join us. Bring your questions, your answers, your doubt, pain, suffering and inconsistencies.


    This roundtable will go indepth. It will dig the deepest well into these issues. This may be one of the most important two hours of your life. Bring your pen and paper. We ask all of you critics, nay sayers, spammers, hackers and party poopers to join us. You might even learn something too. See ya on air.

  • 03:02

    Komments - Westbrook, Stewart, Fortner & Morgan Interviews

    in Sports

    Analysis! Interviews! Commentary! Join Greg Kellogg and special guests as they talk about everything from the absurd to the zany in this weekly football gabfest!  It's time to start talking to NFL Draft Prospects so join us as we focus on the future of the NFL! We have four interviews tonight.  TE Tevin Westbrook of the University of Florida will be followed by CB Rashard Stewart from Utah State.  We then move on to 2014 Draft Prospect RB Damian Fortner from Florida Atlantic University and close with Colorado State LB Max Morgan.

    Call-in Number: (347) 826-9620

  • 01:01

    Tom Prior - SkyFire

    in Self Help

    Tom is a 23-year-old Campus Ministry graduate assistant pursuing a Master’s of Organizational Leadership degree from St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. His work with Campus Ministry includes hosting faith-based discussions and leading service projects once a week. He also works as a sports broadcaster and camera operator for a local Quad Cities cable network. He played baseball at St. Ambrose during his undergraduate studies and was editor-in-chief of the campus newspaper, ‘The Buzz’. The avid St. Louis Cardinals fan grew up in Bloomington, Illinois and is a graduate of Bloomington Central Catholic High School.


    When he isn’t studying, participating in service opportunities or covering athletic events, Tom spends his time writing. His enthusiasm for writing fiction is evident in his self-published action/adventure novel ‘Skyfire’, which was completed in February 2014. Tom has donated over $1,300 of his novel’s profit to Catholic Charities and The Children’s Miracle Network because he wants to provide others with the opportunity to pursue their dreams. He’s currently writing the sequel to ‘Skyfire’ and plans to publish it in early 2016.  

  • 01:54

    APRI PRESENTS: Sunday Night Round Table with Host Kiler Davenport

    in Culture

    So many are struggling with personal issues - lack of employment, unable to pay bills, loose friendships, bad relationships, faultering businesses, government red tape, mean and overbearing bosses, and a hoard of seemingly impossible obstacles.


    The many members of our roundtable who travel through this revolving digital door will be talking about the essence of consciousness, reality and being. We will discuss the importance of linguistically based reality, culture, tradition, dogma and social interaction as well as science. We will touch on human relationships, the collective, community, unity, fellowship and religion. We will also discuss the fear that holds people back from success, a meaningful existence, economic stability and meaningful personal relationships. Come join us. Bring your questions, your answers, your doubt, pain, suffering and inconsistencies.


    This roundtable will go indepth. It will dig the deepest well into these issues. This may be one of the most important two hours of your life. Bring your pen and paper. We ask all of you critics, nay sayers, spammers, hackers and party poopers to join us. You might even learn something too. See ya on air.

  • 02:01

    Kiler Davenport Live: Tuesday Night Roundtable with Host Kiler Davenport

    in Culture

    So many are struggling with personal issues - lack of employment, unable to pay bills, loose friendships, bad relationships, faultering businesses, government red tape, mean and overbearing bosses, and a hoard of seemingly impossible obstacles.


    The many members of our roundtable who travel through this revolving digital door will be talking about the essence of consciousness, reality and being. We will discuss the importance of linguistically based reality, culture, tradition, dogma and social interaction as well as science. We will touch on human relationships, the collective, community, unity, fellowship and religion. We will also discuss the fear that holds people back from success, a meaningful existence, economic stability and meaningful personal relationships. Come join us. Bring your questions, your answers, your doubt, pain, suffering and inconsistencies.


    This roundtable will go indepth. It will dig the deepest well into these issues. This may be one of the most important two hours of your life. Bring your pen and paper. We ask all of you critics, nay sayers, spammers, hackers and party poopers to join us. You might even learn something too. See ya on air.

  • 02:01

    The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab - MLB Spring Training, Daytona 500, NCAA Bubble

    in Sports

    "The Mad Scientist of Sports" Nick Ficorelli returns. However, this is not the average everyday sports show he is bringing back to the air waves. "The Mad Scientist" has created his own personal sports lab, and you, the audience, as well as many of his special guests, will be his test subjects. He will throw theories out, and you never know where they will be coming from. He will keep everyone guessing, and he will open his lab to any and all comers. Be prepared for "mad science" of sports at its best.


    This week, The Mad Scientist opens up the lab to a plethora of sporting events happening this weekend. The lineup is as follows - 10pm, Derek Helling from Outside Pitch MLB (@DHellingOPS) will be joining us for his weekly segment and will be previewing the American League Central. At 1030pm, our special guests will be Robert Cobb of The Inscriber (@TheInscriberMag) and Gary Davenport of Bleacher Report and Fantasy Sharks (@IDPManor) to talk about their beloved Cleveland Browns - the chaos of the offseason and how they can salvage it. At 11pm, Kate Moss of NASH FM 93.7 Wilkes-Barre (@KateMossRadio) and Kristen Schneider from Up Top The Pit Box (@KristenGoRawr) will be talking NASCAR and getting you ready for the Daytona 500. And at 1130pm, Matt Zemek (@SectionMZ) of The Student Section (@TheStudentSect) returns, but this time to talk College Basketball - can kentucky go undefeated, Bubble Watch, Sleepers for March, and more.


    The beacons are lit, the experiments are set, and "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab" is open for study!!!

  • 01:44

    Maiden Voyage Ministries with Host Kiler Davenport

    in Religion

    Maiden Voyage Ministries is a bridge over troubled waters. It is a shining light in a dark world. We live in a very complex and incomprehensible matrix. We understand very little about the world we live in and even less about ourselves. So far nothing has worked to bring us all together. We strive for unity, community, fellowship, solidarity, unification, and that feeling of togetherness and we fail miserably. Our world is slowly dying. We are destroying ourselves, depleting our resources, poisoning our air, water, and land. People are suffering all over the world.Children are starving, innocents are being slaughtered all in the name of God and so called democracy. What if anything can we do to turn this around or at least slow it down and help people once again to feel a sense of peace and security. Tune in as we explore these many challenges that we are all faced with everyday. We invite you to make this station a regular part of your life. Enjoy the program. Share it with friends, family, and coworkers.

  • 01:01

    Foods and Diet That Can Increase Your Fertility

    in Nutrition

    Can diet affect your fertility? What foods will increase your fertility or increase your chances of conceiving with infertility treatments, such as IVF? Can adding or avoiding specific foods increase the odds that you will conceive with or without infertility treatment or in vitro fertilization (IVF)? Host Dawn Davenport interviews Dr. Jeffrey Russell, Director of the Delaware Institute for Reproductive Medicine and a leading researcher on the impact of diet on fertility and fertility treatment.

  • 01:54

    Welcome To The World Of Thinking About Thinking With Host Kiler Davenport

    in Culture

    Everyone thinks. It is our nature to do so. But much of our thinking, left to itself, is biased, distorted, partial, uninformed, or downright prejudiced. Yet, the quality of our life and that of what we produce, make, or build depends precisely on the quality of our thought. Shoddy thinking is costly, both in money and in quality of life. Excellence in thought, however, must be systematically cultivated.

    Critical thinking is that mode of thinking — about any subject, content, or problem — in which the thinker improves the quality of his or her thinking by skillfully analyzing, assessing, and reconstructing it. Critical thinking is self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking. It presupposes assent to rigorous standards of excellence and mindful command of their use. It entails effective communication and problem-solving abilities, as well as a commitment to overcome our native egocentrism and sociocentrism.


    The intellectual roots of critical thinking are as ancient as its etymology, traceable, ultimately, to the teaching practice and vision of Socrates 2,500 years ago who discovered by a method of probing questioning that people could not rationally justify their confident claims to knowledge. Confused meanings, inadequate evidence, or self-contradictory beliefs often lurked beneath smooth but largely empty rhetoric. Socrates established the fact that one cannot depend upon those in "authority" to have sound knowledge and insight. He demonstrated that persons may have power and high position and yet be deeply confused and irrational. He established the importance of asking deep questions that probe profoundly into thinking before we accept ideas as worthy of belief.


    Come and join us tonight as we probe the depths of consciousness.


     

  • 02:00

    Kiler Davenport Live: Tuesday Night Roundtable with Host Kiler Davenport

    in Culture

    So many are struggling with personal issues - lack of employment, unable to pay bills, loose friendships, bad relationships, faultering businesses, government red tape, mean and overbearing bosses, and a hoard of seemingly impossible obstacles.


    The many members of our roundtable who travel through this revolving digital door will be talking about the essence of consciousness, reality and being. We will discuss the importance of linguistically based reality, culture, tradition, dogma and social interaction as well as science. We will touch on human relationships, the collective, community, unity, fellowship and religion. We will also discuss the fear that holds people back from success, a meaningful existence, economic stability and meaningful personal relationships. Come join us. Bring your questions, your answers, your doubt, pain, suffering and inconsistencies.


    This roundtable will go indepth. It will dig the deepest well into these issues. This may be one of the most important two hours of your life. Bring your pen and paper. We ask all of you critics, nay sayers, spammers, hackers and party poopers to join us. You might even learn something too. See ya on air.

  • 02:19

    Komments - Nelson, Heinicke, Ward and Beckwith

    in Sports

    Analysis! Interviews! Commentary! Join Greg Kellogg and special guests as they talk about everything from the absurd to the zany in this weekly football gabfest!  It's time to start talking to NFL Draft Prospects so join us as we focus on the future of the NFL! We kick off our Preseason coverage with four interviews tonight.  Gary Davenport will be interviewing S Steve Nelson of Oregon State.  Then Wally Spurlin will take on QB Taylor Heinicke from Old Dominion.  Chris Heil joins us and in his first ever Komments appearance he will interview TJ Ward's kid brother Terron Ward of Oregon State.  Finally, Greg Kellogg has the honor of closing the night with former walk-on and Burlsworth Trophy finalist OG Ben Beckwith from Mississippi State.

    Call-in Number: (347) 826-9620

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