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  • 00:15

    Allegheny Iroquois and the Brown Indian

    in News

    This week’s podcast will feature an interview with Stephen Cocca, a St. Bonaventure alumnus who writes about and researches Native Americans. Cocca will discuss how archaeological artifacts found on the banks of the Allegheny River west of Allegany, New York, are helping to dispel warrior-themed sports mascot image mythology. Student journalists Ryan Horan and Jacob McCollum will interview Cocca during the morning's podcast. 

  • 00:14

    Covering this Week's MLK Events

    in News

    Student/journalists Vinnie Bellardini, Lian Bunny, Ryan Horan, Almelia Kibbe and Trystan Rushia discuss the events they covered at St. Bonaventure University this week as part of the commemoration of the life and work of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. 

  • 00:28

    Neil Haley Interviews Bob Salomon, Author/ Child Advocate Beyond the Laces

    in Education

    INSPIRING CHILDREN THROUGH KINDNESS   www.BeyondTheLaces.com   About The Author: Bob Salomon – Founder/Author – Bob is a retired new Jersey State Corrections Officer with 25 years of state service. He has always had a passion for youth sports and working with children. As the co-creator of the award winning children’s book A Glove of Their Own, he has been the driving force behind uniting professional athletes to support the book’s message of paying-it-forward in order to make a positive difference in the lives of our youth. Bob founded Danjulie, LLC, to coordinate his efforts along with many outside organizations that share in his vision ,to make a difference in lives of children. Beyond The Laces is his new book that will inspire children through kindness and touch many lives.  Our goal is to inspire through kindness by assisting the development of America’s next generation, harnessing the influence and star power of the professional athlete and uniting all sports to impact the lives of children/ families. The Beyond the Laces team organizes events with various sports figures visiting hospitals, schools, and youth programs around the country to showcase the story’s message of never giving up. 


    Professional athletes supporting BTL:  Doug Glanville, Bill Bates, Mark Brunell, Herman Edwards, Brian Dawkins, Mike Hollis, Ken Dunek, Don Mattingly, Jim Eisenreich, Ryan Clark, Tommy John, Roy,White, Jason Grilli,,Lee Rouson, Mike Horan, and the support keeps growing!

  • 00:17

    America Meditating - Susan Wilking Horan

    in Self Help

    Susan Wilking Horan has been an author, an attorney and an advocate for patient rights for the past twenty years. In addition to her knowledge of psychology and the law, she also is a survivor of three different types of cancer over the last decade and a half. And yet, in her own words, she is “still here.”  She has used her personal experience to guide and counsel others through the arduous journey from cancer patient to cancer survivor. She has also authored two books entitled, “The Single Source Cancer Course: The Layperson’s Guide to Preventing, Treating and Surviving Cancer – Volumes 1 and 2.”  Visit Susan’s website at:  http://swilkinghoran.com  

  • 00:17

    America Meditating-Susan Wilking Horan

    in Self Help

    Susan Wilking Horan has been an author, an attorney and an advocate for patient rights for the past twenty years. In addition to her knowledge of psychology and the law, she also is a survivor of three different types of cancer over the last decade and a half. And yet, in her own words, she is “still here.”  She has used her personal experience to guide and counsel others through the arduous journey from cancer patient to cancer survivor. She has also authored two books entitled, “The Single Source Cancer Course: The Layperson’s Guide to Preventing, Treating and Surviving Cancer – Volumes 1 and 2.”  Visit Susan’s website at:  http://swilkinghoran.com
    Meditation CD

  • 00:30

    No They Didn't!

    in Entertainment

    Listen in on this crazy week with news featuring Nicki Minaj, Iggy Azelea and Erykah Badu, Kim Kardashian, Roll Tide, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez and Niall Horan, Captain America: Civil War, and much more!

  • 00:45

    Day 4 of "An Ignite at Night Christmas": Urbance Interview

    in Entertainment

    The creator of the new French-Canadian anime show "Urbance" is here to talk about the new series. Also hear details about the upcoming Tupac movie, Selena Gomez and Niall Horan's love affair, and the upcoming Star Trek movie.

  • 00:33

    Grammy nominations 2016, Kendrick Lamar leads the Grammys, biggest snubs

    in Entertainment

    The 2016 Grammy nominations


    Kendrick Lamar leads the Grammys with 11 nominations


    50 Cent thinks Fetty Wap was snubbed for the Best New Artist Grammy


    The biggest snubs for the 2016 Grammy Awards


    Selena Gomez tell Justin Bieber she wouldn’t be with Niall Horan if he would have committed


    Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill are engaged. (He recently went to court for violating parole for going to the AMAs. Nicki’s brother is charged with rape. This is not Nicki’s year). 

  • 01:20

    Nancy Horan, Erin Lindsay McCabe, Jennifer Vanderbes & more

    in Books

    Four women, four novels, lots of wow. Join us for conversations with:



    Nancy Horan on Under the Wide and Starry Sky
    Erin Lindsay McCabe on I Shall Be Near to You
    Jennifer Vanderbes on The Secret of Raven Point
    Kathleen Kelley Reardon on Shadow Campus


    Listeners will have the chance to win copies of each of these great titles!

  • 01:02

    Understand How You Tick

    in Self Help

    Find the root cause of your illness quickly and watch it disappear


    We all know that treating the root cause of illness is the only way to achieve lasting health benefits. However the cause is often illusive and there are many obstacles to determining its real roots, namely a lack of proper knowledge and methodology to determine the real key. Even for EFT to be effective, you need to be able to pinpoint the root cause and state it out loud as you tap. META Health helps you hone in on these key insights.


    META Health goes well with traditional or complementary medicine and provides a revolutionary new integrative health model for sourcing the root cause of disease. It helps you perceive how specific behaviors and lifestyle changes can stop or reverse many health issues. Based on the Organ-Stress-Emotion-Belief-Social-Lifestyle Connection and the 9 Major Points and Phases of META Healing, the healer or physician can now find precise answers and solutions to help their patients. And the results have often been radical and spontaneous.


    Join Paula today as she interviews Johannes Fisslingerthe director of META Health University to learn more about a useful tool which can help all health practioners in any modality, find fast solutions for their clients. Johannes will also lead a special Meta Health Yoga exercise to help you become aware of the underlying emotions and thoughts connected with organ symptoms.


    HOST:  Paula Horan Ph.D. (LaxmiDechenWangmo), is an American psychologist who lives in Asia. A Reiki Master for twenty five years and an author of eight books on meditation, alternative health, and non-dual awareness. Her new book Fierce Innocence, which conveys the wisdom of her Jnana Yoga retreats in fostering a radiant self-confidence, is now available at amazon.com/author/paulahoran.

  • 01:10

    Banish The Victim - Bring passion, detachment and fearlessness into your Life

    in Self Help

    In the east, the illusion our ego projects on the world is called samsara, which is nothing but an ephemeral ocean of stories; the mind seeking meaning and purpose, floating endlessly on the rising waves of karmic patterns, yet behind this whole show lies the simple truth of what we are: unconditioned awareness dreaming itself in a myriad of forms awaiting its unveiling. Once we as a seeming fragment of this awareness take birth in this self-projected reality, we cannot escape the pain of our destined roles. Whether challenging or gratifying, these roles define our life’s journey. The good news is, every role we play,can become a tool for us to realize our true nature, if we only discover how to utilize our role for cultivating greater awareness. 


    Unfortunately due to ego identification, instead of utilizing the role, the role utilizes us. We begin to feel like a victim, either despising the role or clinging to it. To truly fulfill and enjoy our worldly role, it is important that we have both a passion for and a detachment to our role. So how do we do this and fulfill our role gracefully?


    In today’s show Paula and her guest Rashminder Kaur will talk about how we can shift our perspective from that of a Victim to Fearless, and how you can cultivate passion and detachment to live a full life enjoying the multitude of roles we are called to play.


    HOST:  Paula Horan Ph.D. (LaxmiDechenWangmo), is an American psychologist who lives in Asia. A Reiki Master for 25 years and an author of 8 books on meditation, alternative health, and non-dual awareness. Her new book Fierce Innocence, which conveys the wisdom of her Jnana Yoga retreats in fostering a radiant self-confidence, is now available at amazon.com/author/paulahoran.