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  • 00:14

    NADIA G. - Celebrity Chef on ‘Food Fighters’

    in Entertainment


    ACCLAIMED CHEF NADIA G. GUEST STARS -- It’s the perfect recipe for the ultimate food battle when the best amateur cooks in America put their treasured family recipes to the test against five professional chefs in this high-stakes culinary game.  This week, a married stay-at-home mother of one and former 49ers NFL cheerleader from Palo Alto, CA tries to win $100,000 going up against culinary experts specializing in everything from American comfort food to global cuisine before facing off against popular celebrity chef Nadia G. Adam Richman hosts this series that takes culinary sparring to an exciting new level. Food Fighters airs Thurday nights at 8pm (eastern) on NBC,

  • 00:30


    in Education

    On February 16th, 4:30 p.m. EST Kyrian's guest, Sarah Fader, will discuss her organization, Stigma Fighters.

    Stigma Fighters is an organization dedicated to spreading awareness about mental health issues in high schools and colleges around the United States. It began as a blog series where people shared 1000 word essays about living with a variety of mental illnesses. The organization was founded by Psychology Today and Huffington Post Blogger, Sarah Fader. The basis of the program focuses on the invaluable benefits of sharing one’s story. Now, Stigma Fighters is coming off the Internet and into high schools and colleges. Stigma Fighters chapters are being established throughout the United States, beginning with the New York metropolitan area.The organization seeks to empower student’s voices and allow them the opportunity to share their stories with confidence and without fear of being judged.

    For further information or to bring Stigma Fighters to your educational community for speaking events and student involvement contact Sarah Fader, founder at (917) 699-9578 Email: sarahfader@gmail.com



  • 00:06

    ISIS Fighters Drawn 2 Movement 4 Reasons Having LITTLE To Do W/EXTREMIST ISLAM!

    in Politics Progressive

    From 10/21/15 Edition Of "The Nation" Magazine -- By Lydia Wilson --

    What I Discovered From Interviewing Imprisoned ISIS Fighters - They’re drawn to the movement for reasons that have little to do with belief in extremist Islam.

    No sooner am I settled in an interviewing room in the police station of Kirkuk, Iraq, than the first prisoner I am there to see is brought in, flanked by two policemen and in handcuffs. I awkwardly rise, unsure of the etiquette involved in interviewing an ISIS fighter who is facing the death penalty. He is small, much smaller than I, on first appearances just a boy in trouble with the police, his eyes fixed on the floor, his face a mask. We all sit on armchairs lined up against facing walls, in a room cloudy with cigarette smoke and lit by fluorescent strip lighting, a room so small that my knees almost touch the prisoner’s—but he still doesn’t look up. I have interviewed plenty of soldiers on the other side of this fight, mostly from the Kurdish forces (known as pesh merga) but also fighters in the Iraqi army (known as the Iraqi Security Forces or ISF), both Arab and Kurdish. ISIS fighters, of course, are far more elusive, unless you are traveling to the Islamic State itself, but I prefer to keep my head on my shoulders.

    At the end of the interview w/the first prisoner we ask, “Do you have any questions for us?” For the first time since he came into the room he smiles-in surprise-& finally tells us what really motivated him, w/o any prompting. He knows there's an American in the room, and can perhaps guess, from his demeanor and his questions, that this American is ex-military, and directs his “question,” in the form of an enraged statement, straight at him. “The Americans came,” he said. “They took away Saddam, but they also took away our security.

  • 00:23

    WMMA Press 2015 Inspirational Fighters of the Year Presentation

    in Sports

    For the WMMA Press Committee, it was hard to pick just one Inspiratinal Fighter of the Year. Both earned the honor for different reasons.

    One is a dedicated law enforcement officer who was on the frnt lines of one of the biggest riots in the country's history. Only weeks after it had settled, she went on to fight at Invcita. She not only keeps the street safe, but offers help to animals and people alike.

    The other has had the greaest cmeback in female fighting history. Opening her career at 1-11, she went on to go on a four fight win streak and has won six of her last eight.

    We will talk to one of the winners and annunce both.

  • 01:45

    Episode 57: VS XXX: State of the Union

    in Comedy

    It's a new year and time for a new series on Movie Fighters! We're starting off 2016 with our long-awaited series of movies starring rappers, and we decided that a great kickoff would be the time-appropriate Ice Cube (and Xzibit) vehicle XXX: State of the Union! One of us liked this dumb, dumb movie with a overcomplicated plot more than the other. Try to guess which!

    You can watch along with us on Netflix, too!

  • 02:15


    in Wrestling

    Today on The Boochcast, the team  talks about Elvis doing Laundry and going to Disney soon, Booch auditioning for another TV Pilot, Desmond cooking Chicken Parmesan, and they recap Monday Night RAW. 


    in Entertainment


    POPULAR CHEF, RESTAURANT OWNER AND BESTSELLING COOKBOOK AUTHOR FABIO VIVIANI GUEST STARS – This week, a California law student puts his signature dishes to the test, hoping to win $100,000 competing against pro chefs specializing in everything from Southern soul food to barbeque to American comfort food.  In the final round, he’ll compete against famed Italian chef Fabio Viviani to see if he has what it takes to beat the very best. 

  • 03:00

    Baltimore Protest:Freedom Fighters Or Criminals

    in Entertainment

    We want to address the protest and riots in Baltimore. The community is hurting from the murder of Freddie Gray. People feel they have no hope and must take extreme measures to be heard.

  • 01:53

    Episode 56: VS Santa’s Little Helper

    in Comedy

    It’s Christmas week, and we’re watching the brand new Miz Christmas movie (in a budding Movie Fighters tradition), Santa’s Little Helper! Unlike 2013’s Christmas Bounty,

  • 01:23

    Carlos Newton and King JB are 'INSIDE THE ASYLUM' - MMA Podcast For the Fighters

    in MMA

    Former UFC Champion Carlos Newton will be Inside the Asylum this week updating us on the world in which we live!

    We’re also welcoming the one and only King JB! We’re not sure where he is as JB is attempting to hike the Appalachian Trail and we’re catching up with him along the way!

    You can follow King JB’s adventure on YouTube [New2theWild] and [Facebook]

    Previous guests

    Ryan Jimmo [INTERVIEW]

    Rob Maysey [INTERVIEW]

    June White [INTERVIEW]

    Tune in Monday nights at 930pm (Eastern) / 630pm (Pacific) 

    (The views and opinions expressed on this podcast do not necessarily represent those of MMAmadhouse.com LLC)

  • 02:02

    When To War and When To Walk

    in Relationships

    Happy New Year and welcome everyone to The Don't Getcha Azz Kicked Radio Show, where the rants get heated and the haterz get seated! We keep it real around here and you can too...while we get the shyt off our chests thats piled on by the decline of our society. Lol

    #LazyBoy and Reality #RealEyesRealizeRealLies Jones are about to kick the door in and rip the bandaid off ya wound with a kick in the teeth to your conscience! 

    We've ALL found ourselves in a situation where tempers are flaring and things are going left. What influences your decision to go to war, or just walk away? Reality and his crew wanna hear from YOU! We'll share some of our most memorable moments when we had to make the choice to be SPARTANS, and go to war...OR... be FREEDOM FIGHTERS, and walk away in peace?

    WHEN TO WALK and WHEN TO WAR...what do YOU think?

    Join in the convo with the realest and funniest male duo on the net!

    Call in to listen live (347) 857-4326 and press 1 to share your questions or comment