• 00:49

    CR #78- The Equalizer; Two Night Stand

    in Movies

    On this weeks' show, Denzel Washington reunites with his Training Day director to equalize the #&#&# out of the Russian mob in The Equalizer! Plus, Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton make for a charming couple, but is Two Night Stand a walk of shame?


    Mae Abdulbaki of Punch Drunk Critics and Movies with Mae joins us to help you decide what to see in theaters this week!

  • "Sports Talk" with Don Henderson and Doug Miles

    in Radio

    Join legendary Philadelphia  sportscaster Don Henderson (76'ers and Temple Owls play-by-play announcer, WCAU and WPHL radio, Miami Hurricanes football play-by-play) and Doug Miles as they engage in a lively hour of conversation on sports and other topics. Mondays at 7PM EDT.

  • 00:16

    Grief Recalibrates True North. Great!

    in Comedy

    Inspirational Espresso with a Splash of Satire


    Welcome to The Grumpy Gator Cafe' where I serve up a cup-o’ inspirational espresso loaded with the sweetener of cathartic satire for mature audiences. I debunk and remove the mystical bullshit that is perpetuated by the psychological and self-help industries here in ‘Merica: two industries that generally over complicate, over medicate and twist the art of healing into unnatural, your life is not-so-normal is pathological knots.


    It is psychology satirically simplified for adults with open minds and souls who actually are interested in getting their head out of their ass and their ass off of the couch for the purpose of living life to its fullest.


    Today’s episode looks at how the art of healing from the bullshit of life leads us into a world of different perspectives and healing behaviors. It's a strange and wondeous place this fortress of solitude and healing.


    I have traveled to hell and back so often I have frequent flyer miles. I have learned a thing or two while learning how coping with and healing from the bullshit of life and I share my stories via my live radio show that becomes a podcast the minute I sign off. Buckle up and laugh your ass off while healing.


    Visit my website or follow me on twitter and like me on facebook.


    My podcasts are intended for mature audiences with an open-mind and soul and a real desire to take personal responsibility for their own healing. I’s cranium-rectum extraction time people, listen at your own risk of actual healing!

  • Another Fork in the Road: Catherine & Dan's Reflections -Triking Across America

    in Education

    It took Catherine (Cat) Brubaker and Dan Zimmerman 5 months and 5,300 miles to cross the USA (diagonally) on recumbent trikes. Blowouts, tumbles, and close encounters with bears and wild turkeys still left plenty of time to meet folks at the heart of our country. It also left time to get lost in one's own mind.


    Cat and Dan rode to raise awareness for TBI and for Stroke, but I wonder what awareness they discovered within themsleves along their journey. And, I mean to find out. :)


    Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices!


    To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.


    Survivng Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com


    Donna's Blog: donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com

  • RCO Radio Platinum Megahertz Musicshare No. 9

    in Music

    LISTEN and discover the incredible artistry streams RCO Radio follows.  No songs are remixed or altered. Be sure to visit the profiles of the select artists whose music is featured to discover more of the great music they are making and sharing.  Links to all artist profiles are provided here: www.webmediashare.com/pm.html


    TRACKLIST:
    1.    DJ Creath - Liquidity
    2.    Falls - Glissade
    3.    J2.0 - Feeling The Rays
    4.    NODACHI - Bonus Track (200F)
    5.    Mark Dorricott - Travel By Night
    6.    KrizKroz - Miles Away
    7.    manitee - Lakeside Limbo b4
    8.    LEAF - Opulence
    9.    LIJF - Vivid
     


    MORE:
    www.webmediashare.com/rcoradio.html
    www.webmediashare.com/pm.html
      
      Drops by: www.djdropscentral.com

  • 01:47

    All Independent Music Playlist - Powered by Fiverr.com/DTongSports

    in Music

    Brought to you by:


    Fiverr.com/DTongSports


    FreeCashForSchool.com


    'Lucy's Big Mess' by Kim Yannayon


    'Archer Diaries, WORLD TOUR'


    OnlineMoneyEquation.com


    'Any Genre 1' on Radionomy


    Mendure.com


    myDoTerra.com/elk


    iWantMillion.com


    and new music from:


    Kayla Jay w/ 'Sleeping With The Enemy'


    Mister Miles w/ '90's Ride'


    ILLFolk w/ 'Penelope'


    Japan Dat Floridaboy w/ a BACK2BACK


    Jim Vierra w/ 'Hopeful Eyes'


    Muzik Mixer w/ 'Turn't Up'


    DreLeDon w/ 'Special' ft Citi


    Wandered w/ 'What's Wrong w/ Me?'


    DreChords Music w/ a Back2Back


    F-One The Don w/ 'Mixdown 6'

  • Critical Discourse – Black Men, the Mayor of NYC and the NYPD; Viva Cuba?

    in Current Events

    The reverberations from the Richmond County Grand Jury’s decision not to indict Daniel Pantaleo, of the NYPD, continue to be felt.


    While protests on behalf of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, have been largely peaceful, if not very inconveniencing for New Yorkers, there have been sporadic instances of violence,


    During a protest on the Brooklyn Bridge last Saturday, two men, both white, one a college professor, allegedly triggered a melee and assaulted police.


    In the meantime, the events and reactions from that fateful day has caused tension between Mayor DiBlasio and the head of the Patrolman’s Benevolent Association, Patrick Lynch, who has accused the mayor of making remarks that are disrespectful of the police.


    In fact, some of the NYPD have supported a pledge to disinvite the Mayor to their funerals.


    On the international front, Barack Obama has decided to establish diplomatic and economic relations with Cuba, citing that the embargo, in place since 1961, has “not worked”.


    Again, as expected, the reactions vary, with intense criticism from Sens. Marco Rubio Robert Menendez, both of whom are of Cuban heritage.


    On the other hand, Jimmy Carter praised Obama’s “political courage”. Perhaps he sees this as a sort of redemption from the Mariel Boatlift?


    I wonder out loud, what this means for black people economically, with an anticipated influx of Cubans to this country, just 90 miles away.


    For those old enough to remember, this conjures memories of the Bay of Pigs (1961) and Cuban Missile Crisis (1962).


    By the WAY, Obama says that black people are “better off” (HE said it, NOT me!)


    So be prepared to discuss these pointed issues on the Critical Discourse University of the Blogosphere.

  • 00:23

    Player Spotlight: CB Travis Lee, Miles College

    in Football

    Travis Lee is a size and speed phenom at six foot one with his tremendous range and tenacious hitting ability.


    A former Tuskegee Golden Tiger, Lee led Miles College with six interceptions last season and was eighth in total tackles with 40.


    The Atlanta native plays with a chip on his shoulder and possesses the length as well as the physicality it takes to survive on an island at cornerback.


    Lee is an under the radar type of player that is picking up buzz in scouting circles. He takes time to speak with Joe Everett of Draft Scouts to talk about his college career and realizing his NFL dream.

  • The Filthy Dish Pop Culture Show

    in Pop Culture

    It's time to wrap up the year 2014 with a bang! As we do our last live podcast of the year The Filthy Dish crew will be covering everying from Sony Pictures canceling of The Interview due to pressure from cyberhackers to Iggy Azalea going toe to toe with Azalea Banks on Twitter! Miles Bloxson celebrity correspondent with Pynk Celebrity joins us tonight to touch on topics ranging from President Barack Obama's praise of Lebron James wearing the I Can't Breathe Shirt to to Nicki Minaj crying over ex Safaree during an interview and more! 

  • 00:48

    Movie Reviews: The Judge, Whiplash, St. Vincent & More

    in Movies

    On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we're going to review eight new films. First we'll discuss the new legal thriller with Robert Downey, Jr. and Robert Duvall called The Judge. Then we'll review the new thriller Dracula. We'll also discuss Steve Carell in Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day. The new Miles Teller and JK Simmons film Whiplash should get a good amount of air-time as it is an early Oscar contender. And we'll review Bill Murray's new film St. Vincent, Jeremy Renner's new film Kill the Messenger, the Dan Harmon documentary Harmontown, and Houses October Built.  

  • 00:34

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Nick Hunt

    in Books

    http://nickhuntscrutiny.com 


    Walking the Woods and the Water: In Patrick Leigh Fermor's footsteps from the Hook of Holland to the Golden Horn:


      In 1933, the eighteen-year-old Patrick Leigh Fermor set out in a pair of hobnailed boots to chance and charm his way across Europe, "like a tramp, a pilgrim, or a wandering scholar." The books he later wrote about this walk, A Time of Gifts, Between the Woods and the Water, and the posthumous The Broken Road are a half-remembered, half-reimagined journey through cultures now extinct, landscapes irrevocably altered by the traumas of the twentieth century.


      Aged eighteen, Nick Hunt read A Time of Gifts and dreamed of following in Fermor's footsteps. In 2011 he began his own "great trudge"—on foot all the way to Istanbul. He walked across eight countries, following two major rivers and crossing three mountain ranges. With only Fermor's books to guide him, he trekked some 2,500 miles through Holland, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey.


      His aim? To have an old-fashioned adventure. To slow down and linger in a world where we pass by so much, so fast. To discover for himself what remained of hospitality, kindness to strangers, freedom, wildness, adventure, the mysterious, the unknown, the deeper currents of myth and story that still flow beneath Europe's surface.                   

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