• 00:30

    Easy Speed Pay Weekly Update with Jim Moore and Peter Mingils

    in Business

    Easy Speed Pay Weekly Update with Jim Moore and Peter Mingils from The Mobile Concepts Network.


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  • 00:35

    Let's Talk Kingdom w/Catrina- Interview w/Gospel Recording Artist Angelia Moore

    in Entertainment

    Angelia Moore is a Christian artist from Asheville NC. with A&G Entertainment the label of Alisa Asbury and Gerald Crabb. This past year she traveled to Nashville TN to record her album "Lord You Are Holy" at the TBN Trinity Music City Recording Studio under A&G Entertainment.  The album consist of all original Song written by Angelia.  Many songs on the album, has reached the #1 status on the sites Reverbnation, Number One Music .com .  She has been traveling across the country singing at Events, Benefits and festivals. This year she will be traveling to Dalton Ga. to the Gerald Crabb Gospel Fest. And also to Mississippi and Kentucy to the A&G Entertainment Gospel Festivals, that will also include Gerald Crabb and his sons and daughter,  Jason Crabb , Adam Crabb, Tara Crabb.

  • 02:12

    CR Gibbs - If The Earliest Known Evidence of Mankind Was Uncovered In Africa...?

    in Education

    Host Historian CR Gibbs discusses  "If The Earliest Known Evidence of Mankind Was Uncovered In Africa Why Isn't History Taught From That Point On?" "Until Lions Have Their Own Historians, Tales of the Hunt Shall Always Glorify the Hunter” unknown. A group of restless men atop a ridge in the Afar desert of Ethiopia. A few of them are pacing back and forth, straining to see if they can spot fragments of beige bone in the reddish-brown rubble below, as eager to start their search as children at an Easter egg hunt. At the bottom of the hill is a 25-foot-long cairn of black rocks erected in the style of an Afar grave, so large it looks like a monument to a fallen hero. And in a way it is. Tim White and his colleagues assembled it to mark the place where they first found traces, in 1994, of “Ardi,” a female who lived 4.4 million years ago. Her skeleton has been described as one of the most important discoveries of the past century, and she is changing basic ideas about how our earliest ancestors looked and moved. In addition to Ardi, a possible direct ancestor, it is possible here to find hominid fossils from as recently as 160,000 years ago—an early Homo sapiens like us—all the way back to Ardipithecus kadabba, one of the earliest known hominids, who lived almost six million years ago. At last count, the Middle Awash project, which takes its name from this patch of the Afar desert and includes 70 scientists from 18 nations, has found 300 specimens from seven different hominid species that lived here one after the other.

  • hungry and need substance

    in Christianity

    DO you hunger and need prayer well then call on in and recieve sprititual food that can last you a life time!!!

  • 00:08

    The Melanology Hour with Dr. Timothy Owens Moore & Dr. Jewel

    in Lifestyle

    Listen in every month as Author and Professor Dr. Timothy Owens Moore examines the physiological, neurological, social and psychological impact of the melanin biopolymer on the hueman race, and the many ways it makes us more similar than different. Today the doctrs discuss "The Ear" and how Melanin affects hearing.

  • 00:23

    ScreenPicks Movie Reviews: Focus, The Lazarus Effect, Maps to the Stars

    in Movies

    On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review three new films. First, we look at the thriller with Will Smith and Margot Robbie called Focus. Then we look at a new horror film The Lazarus Effect with Olivia Wilde, Mark Duplass, Donald Glover and Evan Peters. Finally, we review Maps to the Stars, starring Oscar winner Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska, John Cusack, and Robert Pattinson. 

  • 02:55

    TRUNEWS 02/25/15: Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore

    in News

    Rick tells us why he thinks Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu may attack Iran before March 17.  In Part 2, Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore explains why a U.S. federal district judge has no constitutional or legal standing to order Alabama to violate the state’s constitution by issuing same-sex marriage licenses.  

  • 01:35

    New Music Inferno w/ Juliet Simms, Microwave & Kensington Moore!!!

    in Music

    Juliet Simms - Blues/Soul/Rock Singer/Songwriter...New EP "All Or Nothing" out now...Playing all of the Vans Warped Tour 2015...More tour dates to come soon..Check out all her music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/JulietSimms


    Microwave - Atlanta based Punk/Rock band...New album "Stovall" out now...Headed out on tour beginning this Friday all the way up to SXSW in Austin,TX on March 20th...Check out their music,tour dates & more @ www.mcrwv.com


    Kensington Moore - Pop/Singer/Songwriter from Kentucky...New EP "Queensland" out now...Check her out on tour beginning Feb 25th and throughout the next couple of months...Check out all of her music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/kensimooremusic

  • 00:45

    THE OSCARS® SUCK ROOSTERS IN HADES!

    in Film

    Grindhouse Veterans JOHN LINK & EDWARD X YOUNG angrily demand to know why The Academy Awards®, of February 22, 2015, in their televised Memoriam refused to acknowledge the passing of CARLA LAEMMLE, who died on June 12, 2014 at the age of 104! Carla Laemmle was the niece of Universal Studios founder, Carl Laemmle; her screen career spanned over 90 years from the silent classic, "The Phantom of the Opera" (1925), to her final role in 2014; and she has the first spoken line in the first talkie horror movie ever made, "Dracula" (1931). • Also snubbed, inexplicably, was beloved comedienne JOAN RIVERS, who hosted the pre-Oscar® Red Carpet show for years, in which she playfully mocked the pompous hoopla of the night. Joan Rivers omission from the tribute must have been borne out of revenge and hatred for her satire! • JULIANNE MOORE copped a Best Actress statuette for STILL ALICE; but she really deserved it for David Cronenberg's MAPS TO THE STARS. However, the supercilious & Scientologist-ridden Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences would never give kudos to a picture made by a foreign-based horror film director that horrifically castigates Hollywood Hierarchy for their decadence & depravity! • Independent horror movie producer, Cameron Scott joins John Link & Edward X Young in their rant.

  • 01:29

    The BSD Basketbro Show! Episode 1.13: The State of Penn State Hoops

    in Sports

    This week sucked. This week in Penn State basketball really, really sucked. The Nittany Lions lost a heartbreaking game against Wisconsin, then the squad got completely smoked by Northwestern, it blew. Fortunately, after the NU loss, there was a silver lining: AD Sandy Barbour gave a public endorsement of Pat Chambers going forward. On this week's episode of the BSD Basketbro Show, Bill, Eric and Chad welcome special guest Tim Beidel, and the guys discuss the state of Penn State hoops. Is Pat Chambers the man for the job? How can the AD support the squad? What the hell went wrong this year? All of this and more on the best damn Penn State basketball podcast on the web.

  • 00:54

    Goddess Alive Radio with Author, Poet, Essayist, & Playwright Susan Griffin

    in Women

    Susan Griffin is a poet, essayist, playwright and screenwriter. She was born in Los Angeles California in 1943, in the midst of the Second World War and the holocaust, and these events had a lasting effect on her thinking. The time she spent as a child in the High Sierras and along the coast of the Pacific Ocean also shaped her awareness. As she draws connections between the destruction of nature, the diminishment of women and racism, and traces the causes of war to denial in both private and public life, her work moves beyond the boundaries of form and perception. She is known for her innovative style. Her groundbreaking book Woman and Nature: The Roaring inside Her is an extended prose-poem. A Chorus of Stones: the Private Life of War, blends history and memoir as does Wrestling with the Angel of Democracy: On Being an American Citizen her most recent book (published by Trumpeter books in April, 2008.) This work explores the state of mind that engenders and sustains democracy.  Susan was also one of the Editors for Transforming Terror: Remembering the Soul of the World  released in 2011.  Connect further with Susan at SusanGriffin.com.


    Goddess Alive Radio is the weekly Blogtalk Radio show for the MotherHouse of the Goddess and is hosted by Kimberly F. Moore & Tracey Paradiso of the MotherHouse of the Goddess. We focus on topics about Women’s Empowerment, Alternative Medicine, and Living Mythology – how the Goddess is moving through our lives today. Priestesses, Practitioners, Healers, and Shamans will be joining us to discuss their practices and experiences with the Goddess.

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