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  • Megan Le Vu: Author and Host of Get In The Lab

    in Business

    Meg Le Vu is the host of Get in the Lab, a show about the entrepreneur’s journey and Best Selling Author of The Video Marketers Cookbook


    The book was a #1 Bestseller on Amazon and was successfully funded in Kickstarter.


    Her show, Get In The Lab has been on iTunes New and Noteworthy (seasons 1+2) and the What's Hot in the Business Sections of iTunes since it's inception.


    She has been featured on Entrepreneur.com and the Huffington Post and have spoken about video podcasting at Podcast San Diego and Podcast Movement 2015.


    Currently, the show is in its 4th season, airing every other week via Facebook and YouTube.


    Website: www.getinthelab.me


    YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/Meganpangan


    Twitter: @meganjphoto

  • 00:55

    In Dedication to Mr. Billy Paul

    in Music

    Billy has recorded over 20 albums. The Grammy award winning “Me And Mrs. Jones” gold album and platinum single broke records worldwide. Billy continued to captivate audiences throughout the world. He toured extensively in South America and Europe. His album, “The Very Best Of Billy Paul” went double platinum in France. His latest recording, as yet untitled, will display the many musical styles of Billy Paul.  In 2008 Billy received the Congressional Recognition Of Lifetime Achievement Award in San Francisco. Billy and his wife of 44 years, Blanche, are currently in production of a reality syndicated radio show. Billy’s career has endured over fifty years, and his fans span from continent to continent. We were honored to have Billy join us on WDKK Radio for a very candid interview about his lifes work. Billy passed away Sunday, April 24th 2016.

  • 00:56

    Out of the Fog: The Miracle of You with Paul Luftenegger

    in Spirituality

    Can music awaken love? We're in a period of global change and many are looking for reconnection with peace and comfort in these anxious times. Singer/songwriter Paul Luftenegger has made it his life's work to create music that helps unfold our inner heart through consciousness and intention. We'll hear two songs from his new album The Miracle of You, and Paul will share the story of his spiritual journey...and where he believes this focus on love and kindness can take us all.

  • Staying Young Takes An Understanding That Body, Mind & Spirit Are Interconnected

    in Self Help

    Staying young takes an understanding that body, mind, and spirit are interconnected. What good is a “young” 90-year-old body if your mind and spirit haven't grown old? Or, how would you feel if your mind was sharp, but physically and spiritually you weren’t at your peak? You get the idea. Without the balance of all three, staying young wouldn’t be worthwhile.


    So how do we do this? How do we stay young in body, mind, and spirit? What steps do we take?


    It’s time to follow your heart, honor your uniqueness, and discover your true meaning. Gather your answers and decide how to incorporate this newfound knowledge into your life. Assessing your uniqueness takes careful thought. We all have a passion—something that makes us light up inside, something we want to do more than anything else. We bring our own uniqueness to our passion. Following it will help us find true meaning in life.


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  • 01:59

    The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab

    in Sports

    Welcome to "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab", the 2015 Online Media Award Winning Podcast by What A Fan, part of The Inscriber Media Network, sponsored by DeWalt Brewing Company, and hosted by "The Mad Scientist of Sports" Nick Ficorelli and "The Nutty Professor" Andrew Gluchov. This is not the average everyday sports show they are bringing to the air waves. "The Mad Scientist" has created his own personal sports lab, and you, the audience, as well as many of his special guests, will be his test subjects. He will throw theories out, and you never know where they will be coming from. He will keep everyone guessing, and he will open his lab to any and all comers. Be prepared for "mad science" sports talk at its best.


    This week on "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab", we have a LOADED show with some amazing guests entering the lab. At 10pm, we welcome back "The General" Mike Patton of Sports Awakenings to talk some NBA - Kobe's retirement, Whitlock's evisceration of Kobe, Golden State's greatness, and playoff predicitions. At 1030pm. we welcome nationally acclaimed baseball author Dan Scholssberg to talk about his new book "When The Braves Ruled The Diamond", Jackie Robinson's documentary by Ken Burns, as well as other happenings in the world of baseball. At 1100pm, we welcome back B Austin of War Room Sports to talk some NFL - the "Big Deal" between the Rams and Titans, and the trickle down effect the deal has had, Jonny Football's continued demise, Josh Gordon, and more.. And of course, at 1130pm, Nick and Andrew get into the "News Of The Week", and maybe a rant (or two).


    The beacons are lit, the experiments are on the board, and the test subjects are at the ready. The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab is officially open for business.

  • 01:01

    Super Gay Radio Presents: Paul InMass!

    in LGBT

    Super Gay Radio is back with an all new uncensored episode featuring Paul InMass!

    Call 323 657-1493 to ask a question and join the fun!

    Guest 1:  Miss Viola with a RuPaul Review!
    Guest 2:  Kenny Kleiber from That's Kentertainment!
     


     



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  • 00:29

    Give Yourself A Gift And Take Back The Power Of You

    in Spirituality

    In order to not feel degraded, humiliated and have your sense of self and self worth assaulted, you need to avoid being bulldozed by a controlling lover, boss or friend. When you are caught up in a truly destructive/controlling attachment, the best response may be to walk out. You have to understand that whatever you do will have a limited effect. These people are angry and afraid to let go of you.

    Hence, it is your job to let go of them, protect yourself in the process… and grow.
     


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  • 02:06

    The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab - NFL Draft Review and More

    in Sports

    Welcome to "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab", the 2015 Online Media Award Winning Podcast by What A Fan, part of The Inscriber Media Network, sponsored by DeWalt Brewing Company, and hosted by "The Mad Scientist of Sports" Nick Ficorelli and "The Nutty Professor" Andrew Gluchov. This is not the average everyday sports show they are bringing to the air waves. "The Mad Scientist" has created his own personal sports lab, and you, the audience, as well as many of his special guests, will be his test subjects. He will throw theories out, and you never know where they will be coming from. He will keep everyone guessing, and he will open his lab to any and all comers. Be prepared for "mad science" sports talk at its best.


    This week on "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab", we we will be reviewing the 2016 NFL Draft, the first rounds of the NBA and NHL Playoffs, and much more.


    The beacons are lit, the experiments are on the board, and the test subjects are at the ready. The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab is officially open for business.

  • 01:19

    Jesus or Paul: Whom Shall We Serve?

    in Christianity

    The earliest writings in the New Testament are Paul's authentic letters.  One indication that the Gospels were written later is that Paul never quotes from them.  Further, Paul seldom quotes Jesus -- and when he does, they're not the same sayings we find in the Gospels.  Despite his having written an entire biography of Paul in Acts, Luke seems to be curiously unaware of Paul's Life and ministry as reflected in Paul's authentic letters. None of Paul's letters are mentioned in Acts. Paul has become the most quoted and sermonized person in Christianity.  But whom do we serve Jesus or Paul?  

  • 01:27
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    ALS Crowd Radio: Dr. Paul Cox, PhD, Environmental Causes of ALS

    in Health

    S2:E3 Dr. Paul Alan Cox, Ph.D., Director of the Institute for Ethnomedicine, will speak about his research in finding and fighting the environmental causes of ALS.  Dietary exposure to an environmental toxin called BMAA may trigger ALS related symptoms.   Large doses of the dietary amino acid called L-serine may reduce the risk of BMAA exposure.  Dr. Cox published his most recent findings in the Proceedings of the British Royal Society published on Jan 20, 2016.


    A Harvard Ph.D., Paul Alan Cox has spent his career searching for new medicines by studying patterns of wellness and disease among indigenous peoples. For these efforts, TIME magazine named Cox one of 11 “Heroes of Medicine.” His work with indigenous peoples in preserving their island rain forests won him the Goldman Environmental Prize. Cox has published over 200 scientific papers and four books.


    He has held academic appointments at the University of California, Berkeley, Brigham Young University, the University of Melbourne, Uppsala University, the Swedish Agricultural University, and the University of Illinois, Chicago, and served as Director of the Congressionally-chartered National Tropical Botanical Gardens in Hawaii and Florida.


    Cox founded Seacology, the world’s premier environmental non-profit organization for island conservation, headquartered in Berkeley, California. Through partnerships with indigenous people, Seacology has now saved over 1.3 million acres of island rainforests and coral reefs in 56 nations. Throughout Polynesia, he is known by the chiefly title Nafanua.


    Cox currently serves as the Executive Director of the Institute for Ethnomedicine in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. His research there is focused on finding and fighting the causes of neurodegenerative disease including ALS and Alzheimer’s disease.