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  • 00:57

    Alive to Thrive with Brenda Fraser

    in Health

    ALIVE TO THRIVE WITH BRENDA FRASER airs every Friday at 12 Noon CST. Join Brenda as she investigates trending topics in Art, Culture, and Film while making timely observations that hit the mark with what today's audiences want to hear!

    Tea Blender Molly Nesham will talk about her premium blends of Tea, that have helped her health improve, reduce stress and became a part-time business. Sold exclusively at Butterfly & Moon gift shop in historic St. Charles, Missouri, Molly will share some heart-warming stories sure to inspire everyone. From mastering the game of Chess to pouring the perfect cup of tea, Molly is a multi-talented woman! 

    Learn more about the shop that sells her Tea:  http://www.ButterflyandMoon.com

    THANKS FOR THE "LIKE": http://www.Facebook.com/AlivetoThrive

  • 01:19

    The Sibe

    in Pets

    Our March guest is going to be Willard Moore, founder of Molly's Canine Epilepsy Outreach (in conjunction with the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine)

  • 01:05


    in Entertainment

    Last week:
    An armed man ambushes Carol and Maggie, who are guarding the perimeter of the Saviors' compound. Carol shoots him in the arm but spares his life. Three more Saviors move in and take Carol and Maggie hostage.

    "The Same Boat" is the thirteenth episode of Season 6 of AMC's The Walking Dead. It aired on March 13, 2016 at 9/8c on AMC, and on March 14, 2016 at 9pm on Fox.

    The title of this episode comes from when Molly says to Carol, "I'm a dead woman walking... which puts us in exactly the same boat."

    Join us as we converse about tonight's episode LIVE.

  • 01:01

    The Ndustry Talks with Choreographer James A. Kinney

    in Entertainment

    This week on the Ndustry talks with Choreographer, Director and Instructor, James A.Kinney!

    James has been performing professionally since the age of 15. He grew up in Jacksonville, Florida and began his classical training with The Florida Ballet, later melding his training into Jazz and Musical Theater. His Broadway credits include: Fosse, Dance of Death, Barry Manilow’s Harmony and the most recent revival of Sweet Charity, starring Christina Applegate, where he also served as the production’s Assistant Dance Captain. He continued preserving the “Fosse style” when he became the Dance Captain for choreographer Wayne Cilento’s First National Tour of Sweet Charity, starring Molly Ringwald.   He made a number of Film and Television appearances and worked steadily, both nationally and internationally.  Most recently, James directed and choreographed West Side Story at the Mac-Haydn Theatre. Further musical theatre choreogprahic credits include: "I Do, I Do!" at the Old Globe, Hello, Dolly! starring Sally Struthers, West Side Story, White Christmas, Crazy for You, Seussical the Musical, as well as countless other productions around the U.S.  James continues to teach at New York City's premier dance studios, Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway, and Peridance.  In his exploration of new mediums, James has become a highly sought-after director/choreographer/producer and creative consultant for live events around the country, most notably, working in the world of fashion for HERMES of Paris in both NYC and Miami. Today, James Kinney's work can be seen on stages and television screens around the country. He has become known as a vital asset in creating new and innovative movement for musical theatre, the concert dance world, film/television and live events.

    Listen to the live interview with James A. Kinney, via mobile at 718-766-4964 or online. 

  • 01:03

    Ep 8: Love Transcends Misunderstandings

    in Current Events

    Race Haven Radio Show and Podcast Episode 8: "Love Transcends Misunderstandings"

    Join host Scott Speed, and special guest Molly Roman as they dialogue about her blog article "Love is Not Irratable". Molly is a writer, author, life coach, and the founder of Verge of Greatness (www.MollyRoman.com).

    Molly's article is the perfect explanation for WHY Race Haven was created! Listen to the show to find out excactly why!


  • 00:46

    GYST DO IT! With Jason Ramos of ESXLA and Rachael Gorchov of TSA in NY

    in Art

    Guests are artists Jason Ramos and Rachael Gorchov. Jason and Rachael talk about having a diversified artistic practice that includes being deeply committed to and involved in artist-run initiatives. 

    Jason founded (along with artists Michelle Carla Handel and Molly Shea) and directs Eastside International (ESXLA), an artist-run contemporary art space and international artist residency based in downtown Los Angeles. ESXLA hosts artists to live, work, and immerse themselves in the local art community. ESXLA’s exhibition program features local, national, and international emerging and established artists in a non-commercial alternative venue.

    Rachael Gorshov was an artist in residence at ESXLA in 2014. She is a member of Tiger Strikes Asteroid (TSA) in New York. TSA is a network of artist-run spaces with locations in Philadelphia, New York, and Los Angeles. Each space is independently operated and presents a program of emerging and mid-career artists. The goal is to collectively bring people together, expand connections and build community through artist-initiated projects.

    GYST DO IT! is hosted by Kara Walker Tomé for GYST-Ink, an artist run company that supportis artists with an integrated mix of software, services and information. Visit GYST-Ink.com  for hundreds of pages of free information about the business of art.

  • 00:28

    Trying To Beat 'Em At Their Own Game. Daily Gogetemism #526

    in Lifestyle

    Sometimes we just can't resist a challenge, but all challeges aren't good. They're not all worth the effort. If you're good at something then it makes sense that you would think that you could beat someone else at what you do. The problem comes when you used to be good at something but you haven't done it in a while and you try to go up against someone who doing what you used to do currently and they're in their prime. 

    For example, it's never a good idea to play 3 card Monty(Molly) with someone who does that for a living. 

    You might not try to outplay a player just because you used to be a player.

    Don't try to beat a chess expert if you haven't played in a while.

    Don't try to outsmart someone that is studying all the time.

  • 02:00

    The Wake Up Mission Show Dedication To LaVoy Finicum With Andrew Duncomb

    in Politics Conservative

    Today we are dedicating our show to the memory of LaVoy Finicum and discussing the situation in Oregon as well as other Western States where the federal government has been conducting un-Constitutional land grabs and trying to force ranchers off their lands,using the BLM as enforcers of these illegal activities.

    Many patriots like LaVoy,Cliven Bundy,Ammon Bundy,Schuyler Barbeu and other's have been singled out,arrested,harassed and murdered by these unConstitutional agents of this illegal defacto corporate regime posing as the federal government.

    We will have Andrew Duncomb The Black Rebel on as a co-host and contributor.

    Links to the articles can be found on our sites

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  • 01:17


    in Radio


  • 02:00

    It's The Freakin Awesome Paranormal Party!!!

    in Paranormal

    The Paranormal Party presents Jammie Birkhead - The Conner Sisters are Honored to have their brother, Jammie Birckhead, come Party with them! Don't miss a Party to remember!! Jammie Birckhead, Founder of Orange county paranormal investigators. We started in January 2010. Group members are myself, lisa, neil, staci and amy. I started the group because as a child my home was plagued with paranormal activity. We started out investigating my own childhood home and many other private residents homes. It wasn't until a few years ago we ventured into the bigger well known haunts.

    The Freakin Awesome Paranormal Show presents Rebecca Housel - Dr. Rebecca Housel, the #PopCultureProfessor™, is the Founder and CEO of #SoulArrow Entertainment LLC and #EMMA™ #IconTours. Her clients include paranormal reality TV favorites from Syfy like Patrick Doyle, Kristen Luman and Molly O'Connolly. Housel is also an author and editor of international best-selling books on pop culture and is known for her Wizard World Comic Con tour, as well as sexy live interviews with Hollywood icons. In spring 2016, the Doc is taking her clients on a #HauntedAmerica tour. Tickets are on sale now for pre-purchase at SoulArrowEntertainment.com.

  • 00:07


    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will Ken Jeong of ABC's Dr. Ken. He will discuss Friday night's episode.

    Music Group Emblem3 Performs


    “Ken at the Concert” – Ken feels that Molly is pulling away as a teenager and tries to reconnect by taking her and her friends to a concert for Emblem3 (guest starring/performing in the episode).  Though she is embarrassed by her dad’s antics at the concert, Molly does appreciate the effort and finally warms up to her dad -- just a little.  Meanwhile, Allison takes Dave to a birthday party, but after he cuts his foot, he wreaks havoc on the Welltopia team when he is forced to face a big fear – a needle for the tetanus shot.  Also, Damona struggles with how to break things off with Pat, on “Dr. Ken,” FRIDAY, MARCH 4 (8:30-9:00 p.m. EST) on the ABC Television Network.


    “Dr. Ken” stars Ken Jeong as Dr. Ken, Suzy Nakamura as Allison, Tisha Campbell-Martin as Damona, Jonathan Slavin as Clark, Kate Simses as Julie, Albert Tsai as Dave, Krista Marie Yu as Molly, and Dave Foley as Pat. 


    Guest starring/performing are music group Emblem3.


    “Ken at the Concert” was written by Nicole Sun and directed by Scott Ellis.  Executive producers are Mike Sikowitz, Ken Jeong, John Davis and John Fox. Mike O’Connell is a co-executive producer. “Dr. Ken” is produced by Sony Pictures Television and ABC Studios.