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  • 00:58


    in Paranormal

    We will be joined by Bruce Tango from SyFy's Ghost Hunters and also the docu-drama, "The Staring Man", which is a documentary film based on a haunting experienced by Bruce growing up.

    Bruce Tango is a highly decorated and retired Police Officer from Elizabeth, NJ. Among his many Commendations he has received 3 Valor Awards for heroism in the line of duty. He was the youngest Police Officer to ever join the force. In his 25+ years on the Force he was involved in many different aspects of Law Enforcement including being a member of a SWAT Team { SET } and a trained Sniper with the rating of a Distinguished Expert in Firearms. Mr. Tango was trained in Dignitary Protection and had the honor of assisting to protect several past Presidents of the United States who had visited the City of Elizabeth. Bruce has also trained for over 22 years in different styles of Self Defense training many along the way.

    Bruce has been interested in the Paranormal since his first encounter which was at the age of 4. He began to look for Spirits and answers to the many questions he had about the Paranormal when he was 16 years old. This during a time when involvement in the Paranormal Field was not talked about very often. Mr. Tango is responsible for his son, SyFy`s "Ghost Hunters" star Dave Tango, getting into the field. Bruce has been seen many times on "Ghost Hunters" investigating with his son and the rest of the TAPS Team. Many of the Cast and Crew have affectionately named him "Poppa Tango". Mr. Tango can be very serious and captivating when telling some of his many experiences involving the Paranormal and his career as a Police Officer. He is also one of the funniest guys you will ever meet! He actively searches for locations to be considered for the show. Having had near death experiences, Mr. Tango is searching for answers to many questions involving Ghosts and the Paranormal.

  • 01:06

    The Toxic Tango of Empaths and Narcissists with Evelyn M. Ryan

    in Psychology


    Taking your power back after the trauma of being in any kind of a relationship with a toxic abuser is an arduous journey. There are strong voices out there, however, offering the guidance and hope we all need in order to heal. Evelyn Ryan is one of the people leading the charge empowering victims of abuse to own their power, understand the pain that keeps them involved in abusive relationships, and break free for good. 

    Enjoy the full blog article HERE

    With a special focus on how people with extraordinary gifts of empathy are, in fact, targeted by people with narcissistic personality disorder (sociopathology, psychopathy), we delve into why many have walked through their lives with what feels like a target on their back. 

    Please join us for a frank discussion with Evelyn about her book, her advocacy work, coaching with survivors, and how she came to be one of the authorities on working with the pain addiction of abuse survivors in order for true healing to begin.

    You started out in a total different industry. How and why did you branch out to helping others heal from narcissistic abuse?

    What is theme of the book?

    So you discuss empaths and how narcissists target them in the book? 

    How did you discover this?

    What did you discover?

    What is an empath?

    And what did the McGregor studies show?

    Why do narcissists, bullies, and psychopaths target empaths?

    This seems so depraved and evil. Where do the narcissists develop these skills?

    What can empaths do?


  • 00:04

    Magic of Midlife with Wendie Berry - Episode 9

    in Motivation

    Bobbi Palmer is The Dating and Relationship Coach for Women over 40 and founder of Date Like a Grownup, She is the trusted adviser, teacher and truth-teller who helps smart, independent women replace their midlife dating drama with the intimacy, passion and partnership of a grownup relationship.

     Fed up with being single, and determined to succeed in her romantic life (like she had in the rest of her life), Bobbi finally figured out ‘the man thing’ and became a first time bride at 47. Now joyfully married, she walks her talk every day as she helps women around the world do what she did: find fantastic, forever love after 40.

     When you work with Bobbi, you receive the compassion of a woman who has first –hand experience of being a single woman at your age. You also get the skill of someone who has had a highly successful career as a professional adult educator. As she says: “There is nothing wrong with you. There are just some things you don't yet know.”

     Bobbi has been a guest on The Today Show, has been interviewed on countless radio programs and is a go-to dating and relationship expert for Huffington Post, Your Tango, Digital Romance TV, Match.com, Women’s World, AARP, eHarmony.com., and many other go-to resources for women who want to bring love into their life.

     Bobbi hosts the highly popular Grownup Girls’ Night Out monthly live webcast where thousands of women come together from all over the world to learn (and, of course talk) about dating, sex and love after 40.

    Learn more about Bobbi at www.DateLikeaGrownup.com.

  • Sports Palooza Radio: Kirk Mango on Becoming a True Champion

    in Sports

    Kirk Mango, the original “Lord of the Rings” who wrote a book a few years ago outlining the process of going from being a mediocre gymnast to defeating two Olympic Gold Medalists in the NCAA Championships, stops by to talk to us about his book. He is the author of "Becoming a True Champion" and he'll get us PUMPED UP! 

    Of course, we'll tell you about our trip, talk sports (Go Packers! Go Mets!) and well, anything else! 

    Thanks for tuning in to Sports Palooza Radio! 

  • 00:32

    Unspoken Words: Thoughts of the Millennial Generation

    in Pop Culture

    Today on Unspoken Words, Robert Dunn chats with Sabrina Alexis! Sabrina Alexis  is a writer and the co-founder and editorial director of A New Mode. Sabrina graduated from Boston University in 2007 with degrees in English and Psychology and has been writing about fashion, beauty, relationships, and wellness ever since. Her work has appeared on numerous leading sites including Fox News, The Huffington Post, The Frisky, Your Tango, Elite Daily, Thought Catalog, The Stir, YouBeauty, Maxim, and StyleList.

    She launched A New Mode in 2009 along with Eric Charles and they quickly gained a large following due to their unique relationship content and deep understanding of relationship dynamics.

    In addition to “10 Things Every Woman Needs to Know About Men,” Sabrina and Eric co-authored the e-book “He’s Not That Complicated,” a guide to understanding men and having the most rewarding, fulfilling relationship possible. They have also created an audio coaching series and written several mini e-books which focus on focusing on specific relationship issues.


  • 00:35

    Life is Pristine in 2016: Welcome to the New Year

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to 2016, Tea Sippers!!  Big Meach is back, and we are going to do something a little different throughout the month of January.  We will be doing short broadcasts so that I can get back into the swing of things, ya feel me.  After my medical hiatus, I dont want to overdo anyting so that we can have a healthier and happier New Year!

    Today, I am going to speak on a couple of issues

    * The passing of Ms. Natalie Cole......I am COMPLETELY devistated by her passing and I want to share my thoughts and do a tribute to her legacy.

    * The Gun Lobby and all of their noise about Gun Control! This is a bee in my bonet right now and I need to really let my hair down with this one. 

    So, I am going to be saying a few things today that you may not agree with, but it's cool.  Call in and let me know OR email me and we will be sure to read you comments on the air! 

    It's a HOT POT of delicious MANGO and GREEN Tea today my Sippers, so make sure you've got plenty of crumpets!

  • 00:52


    in Entertainment

    Caesar Jazz Balladeer! Caesar delivers exquisite renditions of classic standards and romantic love ballads that have left audiences around the world in a trance well after the last note is sung. His voice is a direct link to the golden age of true vocal artistry and has often been compared to that of Nat “King” Cole, but Caesar has his own interpretation and style, that compares to no-one, and is essentially and superbly…..Caesar.A Chicago native and graduate of Southern University, Caesar got his first break when he nailed an audition for Julio Iglesias at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, becoming the first and only baritone vocalist to perform with the legendary performer who has sold over 300 million records on his Tango World Tour. Caesar possesses that rare ability to sing in multiple languages. Whether singing unplugged or swinging with his big band Caesar’s voice captures a world audienceCaesar has performed and shared the sage with: Julio Iglesias, Lou Rawls, Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clark, Nancy Wilson, George Duke, Al Jarreau, Kirk Whalum, The Whispers, Steve Harvey, Ronnie Laws, Rachelle Farrell, Jonathan Butler, Gerald Albright, Rick Braun, James Ingram, Pieces of a Dream, Vesta Williams, and Peter White, just to name a few..Tune in Saturday at 3pm PST/6pm EST on Faces of Success Radio! ***Feature Segment, "Girl Chat" with Alysia Joy Powell & Gail Scott-Key discussing women issues in a refreshingnyet educational way. Actress, Alysia Joy Powell (Nanny Alysia" on the Hit NBC TV Show, ":The Mysteries of Laura" aslo has quite an extensive medical background and this week discusses Breast Cancer - What you need to know when it comes to yearly exams and more!

  • 01:07

    Listen Give Live | Episode 134

    in Culture

    Join Gail Davvis and Jaee Logan for LISTENGIVE | Savoy sound bites about music, arts, culture, society, youth, education and giving back.

    Join us this week with Special Guests where our Co Hosts are interviewedGail Davvis of The Mango Lemon Group and Jaee Logan of Software Sounds with their joint project Listen Give | Savoy will be intervewied; and music group Patton Leatha with Duane Patton and Mikelle Morgan on the release of their new music single "You Make Me Feel Mighty Real".   Students, Lena Hansen of Malaysia, and Vivian Phung of Montclair University will interview all parties and they will also interviewed by Gail Davvis and Jaee Logan on their journey as students

    Visit ListenGive.Org to learn more information.  Don't forget to LIKE our Facebook Page LISTENGIVE.

  • 01:01

    the Family Meeting

    in Self Help

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  • 02:04

    Power Talk With DJ Flash & Zone Feat. Evelina AKA Destiny

    in Radio

    Evalina Delvalle started Dancing for a TV show called dancing on air she also danced ballet ,and was in gymnastics for 13 years she continue dancing for .Artist Debra Michaels and the original collage.At the same time she was recording at the polygon recording studio.1996 she came out with four songs with Tango and Boca records. 2000 she was with Luna records and now she's with SGR Records YuYo Da-Wizard Loved her unique soft voice and did two track with her. She is also a very independent person she is in the medical field as an EMT, and is studying to become a OR Nurse. But she alway's find time to have fun she picked up a new hobby she's learned how to DJ and is going to have her very first volume 1 CD coming out in February DJ Diva Evalina!!!!!.Evalina as lost's of surprises this coming year . Her main goal is education it is very important to her . She is also a Cancer Surviver the had caught it in time before it was Serious. She had surgery to remove the Tumor and had Chemotherapy for a short time and did well after that.

  • 00:30

    LIVE! with Cathi---ViVi La Dance-Part 3

    in Fitness

    ViVi La Dance-Part 3...WHAT MAKES US DANCE?

    DANCING gives couples (solo) the opportunity to exhibit genuine feelings of love and affection for each other.

    Following is a list of courtesies complied by a gentleman married for 56 years, spent 40 of them ballroom dancing.

    NEVER ever criticize your dance partner.

    ALL rules of courtesy apply on the dance floor.

    SMILE, every aspect of the dance contributes to your relationship with your dance partner.

    WHEN dancing, you're not going anywhere but you have to be on time.

    IF you get in trouble with your partner, refer to courtesy #1.


    Ballroom derived from Latin...etc.

    Ballroom dancing originated in the Royal Courts of Europe...etc.

    Ballroom dances, modern  and viennnease waltz...etc.


    Slow fox trot/quick step...etc.