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  • 02:07

    Is your boss a PITA?

    in Lifestyle

    Rhonda Nails, The Success Instigator will chat with 2014 B4 Speaker Veronica Drake. We will discuss her topic, How to Create an Opt-In Form that Grabs Reader’s Attention and Builds list with ease. www.project-push.org

    Is your boss a PITA? Whether you are in a small business or huge conglomerate, bosses are an essential part to any job. And if you ARE a boss, well, it might be just as frustrating for you as well. We’ll look at the magical boss – employee relationship and help employees understand how to be better at managing this essential workplace relationships. www.leamcleod.com

    Dr. Braxton A. Cosby is a dreamer with a vision of continuously evolving and maximizing the untapped potential of the human spirit. Braxton received a lot of his inspiration from watching the accomplishments and exploits of his famous uncle, Comedic Legend Bill Cosby. A physical therapist by background, Braxton received his Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate from the University of Miami. Braxton’s fascination of science grew into an obsession of Sci-fi and on one unassuming Sunday, this self-proclaimed romantic decided to pursue a “calling” to create a new genre of writing; Sci-Fance- mixing science fiction and romance.

  • 00:49

    Understanding The Three Dosha's With Katrina Hannah (Vatta, Pita, Kapha)

    in Health

    Katrina Hannah is a yoga teacher, she started practicing in 1989.  She started after a car accident and began teaching yoga 17 years ago.  Her background is in elementary education and she transitioned into teaching yoga to children when she relocated to Santa Barbara California in 2002.  She received funding from the balm foundation to start the Child's Pose Project which is a project to teach children yoga in educational settings.  She studied with many yoga masters including erich schiffmann, Rod stryker, Judith Lasater, Patricia Hansen, amongst others.

    She studied Ayurveda with Robert svoboda, in this podcast we are going to discuss the three doshas, as well as why she doesn't recommend bikram yoga for very specific reasons, so be sure to listen when she talks about that. 

    You can learn more about Katrina at: mermaids-and-sailors.com

    Enjoy the episode!

    - David Benjamin 


    Subscribe on Itunes here. 

  • 00:26

    Let's Do Lunch! at Lockeland Table

    in Entertainment

    Let's Do Lunch! visits Lockeland Table in Nashville, Tennessee; a neighborhood restaurant that features delicious and creative cuisine, and gives back to the community it serves. The home of Lockeland Table is steeped in history going back to the 1930s. It's old world charm is preserved with the original facade, and murals of the previous establishments line brick walls. From 4-6pm they offer a Community Hour; a happy hour menu where a portion of the proceeds benefit Lockeland Springs Elementary School PTO and other local organizations. Some of the snacks to share are whipped goat cheese topped with grilled leeks prepared with butter and worcestershire sauce served with grilled pita, homemade vinegar chips soaked for three days for the ultimate flavor where you can't eat just one, and to-die-for New York Cheese pizza with chili oil that rivals it's namesake.

    The dishes have a gourmet flair, exquisitely prepared by Chef Hal who hails from West Virginia and was inspired at five years old spending time in the kitchen with his mother. He says, 'I've been practicing and studying the art and science of culinary production for over half my life now.' The signature dish is grilled Hereford NY strip which Chef says is over 20 years old, 'it's a dish I came up with while in college and it's all about the chimichurri;' which you will want to eat with a spoon! North Carolina mountain trout is seared with the skin on, along with crawfish tails for a southern kick from his time in New Orleans. Save room for dessert with their Samoa Torte; a Girl Scout tribute of shortbread, dark chocolate ganache and coconut mousse, drizzled with caramel and toasted coconut crumbles. Yum!

    If you can't make it to Nashville stay tuned for a book in the works with lots of their recipes! Visit http://www.lockelandtable.com/

  • 01:18

    Why Do Some People Consistently Spend More Than They Earn?

    in Finance

    Everybody except for the government knows that spending more than you make for an extended period of time leads to financial failure. Yet, there are trillions of dollars in revolving consumer debt outstanding. Life is too easy in developed countries. We become soft, indebted, and lazy, just as creditors want us to be.

    Lack of knowledge. People don’t realize how expensive consumer debt can be. With mortgage interest rates falling to record lows, it’s a curiosity to see credit card interest rates still average in the high teens! If you pay a 15% credit card rate and pay the minimum each month, your credit card debt will double in five years! If you pay a 20% interest rate, then expect a doubling of debt in only 3.5 years. The miracle of compounding works equally as well in reverse. There are people who don’t realize that if you pay $500 off your $1,000 credit card bill on the last day, the credit card company will still charge you the one month interest on your entire $1,000 balance. Know the rules consumers!

    Keeping up with others. It used to be that you’d see your neighbor’s new car and want to buy a new car yourself. Now with Social Media, you get to keep track of all your friend’s great lives. You know, the updates from the Maldives, or skydiving in Spain. We’re now bombarded more than ever by people who want to share with us how great their lives are. As a result, we need to do the same, or else we start feeling inadequate. The best thing to do is to shutdown the constant checking and reflect on what you already have.

    No budget. If you don’t know how much you make after taxes and retirement contributions, then you don’t know how much you can spend. The first budget is a PITA, but afterward, everything becomes automatic. 

  • 00:30

    Author Jeanne Sauvage on The Gluten Free Voice with Jules

    in Health

    Gluten-free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts a weekly show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation.

    This week Jules' guest is cookbook author and blogger, Jeanne Sauvage. Jeanne's first book, Gluten-Free Baking for the Holidays: 60 Recipes for Traditional Festive Treats (Chronicle Books), came out in October 2012 and has many recipes for the winter holidays and beyond, so it's perfectly timed for this holiday episode. Her next book, Gluten-Free Wishlist: Sweet and Savory Treats You Miss the Most, is due out from Chronicle Books in Fall 2015. It will be a broader book, containing many of the things you may ... miss the most! Croissants, naan, pita bread, ramen noodles, dumplings, pantry essentials, etc. Jeanne is a whiz in the kitchen and a downright good person, to boot, so it promises to be a great interview!

    Visit Jeanne at http://www.artofglutenfreebaking.com/ and as editor of http://www.canningacrossamerica.com/




  • 00:58

    Empowerment Through Spirituality & Creativity

    in Spirituality

    Rachel Houseman, LPC, LPAT, ATR-BC is our special guest today. Rachel Houseman is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Professional Art Therapist, & Board Certified Art Therapist, & Expressive Art Therapist. Rachel is an Artist and Gallery Owner/Art Director at Eye on the Mountain Art Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. She has a private practice in Santa Fe, NM featuring Art Therapy, Expressive Art Therapy, Sandtray, EMDR, and DBT. Artist and entrepreneur, Rachel Houseman has exhibited "ColorScapes" with many national juried art shows: AZ Fine Art Expo, Moab Plein Air Festival, Beverly Hills Gardens Fine Art Show, Fountain Hills Fine Art Festival, San Diego Mission Federal Fine Art Show, and was featured artist at 15 Pita Jungle Restaurants in Phoenix, AZ, as well as various venues throught the Southwest. She graduated with her degree in Art from Goddard College, and MA in Counseling & Expressive Arts Therapy from Prescott College. She is set to publish several books on art therapy technique, her own art and art symbolism as well as a series of environmentally themed children's books. Her popular "Human Potential Series" has culminated in the creation of a one-of-a-kind "Contemplative Tarot Deck" and coffee table book about the works. Rachel Houseman can be contacted through her website:   www.rachelhouseman.com

    ***Music by Celia at www.celiaonline.com      "Beyond All Space and Time"; composed, performed, & produced by Celia.

  • 00:55

    Bread, the life giving staple of humanity!

    in Education

    The Prepared Canadian
    on American Preppers Radio!
    7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct 5:00pm/Mt 4:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to:http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    how can you make bread during or just after a disaster?  The stores are closed, the power is out, and the stove doesn’t work!  Well, there are a few ways you can turn your stored up flour into golden loaves.

    This week we’ll talk about different ways t make bread with or without yeast.  I’ll discuss ways to use a simple bread machine and which setting work best.  If you simply can’t generate power for a bread machine, don’t worry, there are plenty of ways to get your daily loaf such as sourdough.  I’ll tell you how to capture wild yeast in a simple mixture of flour and water, but if that doesn’t work out for you, I have a cheat tip to help it along.

    Sometimes yeast, either wild or store bought just isn’t an option, so I’ll also talk about some flat breads.  There are many types such as tortillas and pita, but I’m going to talk mostly about some ways to prepare bannock, simple bread that can be made over a campfire with an easy flour and water mix wrapped up on a green stick.

    Visit the Prepared Canadian blog: Go Here!

    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 00:55

    Bless You Boys Podcast 107: Luke Putkonen is not a figment of your imagination

    in Sports

    The morning after the Tigers are one-hit in the middle of the night, Al, Kurt and HookSlide struggle their way though discussing the worst 5-3 team ever, dead arms, not-so-imaginary relief pitchers, Andrew Romine, jinxed ballplayers and the umpires not telling anyone about new rule interpretation.

    Bless You Boys Podcast 107 has a running time of 54 minutes and features Al Beaton, HookSlide, and of course, Kurt Mensching.


    If you believe a certain vocal segment of the Detroit fan base, the Tigers are (voice of Comic Book Guy) the worst 5-3 team ever. EVER.
    The bullpen finally didn't give up a ninth inning run Friday night. Let's not mention the bottom of the ninth wasn't played...
    Same pitcher, different season. Phil Coke is getting rocked. The Tigers have seven lefties in Toledo, but not one of them would be an upgrade to the Detroit bullpen?
    Joe Nathan: "I have a dead arm." Brad Ausmus: "Joe is still the closer."
    Numbers support Nathan's annual 'dead arm' period.
    Grantland: Trust in Dombrowski.
    The Detroit News' Tony Paul writes the Tigers may (and should) keep Drew Smyly in a relief role. Isn't Smyly more valuable to the team pitching 160 innings instead of 80?
    Anyone else prefer to see the Tigers play Andrew Romine over Alex Gonzalez at short?
    Both Avisail Garcia and Jose Iglesias are out for the season with injuries, while Brayan Villarreal is buried at Triple-A.  Every young player involved in last year's three-team trade is jinxed!
    West coast baseball is a PITA ... especially for Rick Porcello.
    Seems the umpires have changed their interpretation of the "transfer rule" and didn't tell anyone.

  • 00:42

    Chita Tande

    in Politics

    Rankont Ayiti-Sendomeng,kisa la p bay?

    Eske gouvènman ayisyen an te dwe al chita avèk dirijan rasis antiayisyen nan sendomeng avan menm otorite dominiken retounen sou desizyon terib sa?

    Men kouman yon gouvènman responsab ka kreye travay tout bon nan peyi a nan domèn agrikòl.ak lòt endistri.

    Branche pita a 7è30 diswa.

  • 00:28

    Top 12 GF Recipes of 2013 - The Gluten Free Voice with Jules

    in Health

    Gluten-free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts a weekly show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation.

    This week Jules looks back on the top 12 gluten-free recipes of 2013, as chosen by her readers. Everything from gluten-free pita bread to gluten-free doughnuts, and almost everything in between! Tune in for the top 12 and grab the recipes from Jules' Blog!


    To submit questions, email Support@JulesGlutenFree.com, post to Jules’ Facebook page or post to Jules’ Twitter account.

  • 00:36

    Learn How To: Cure Ich

    in Pets

    Ich is a common problem for most fish keepers. You will ask what is ich, how did I get ich, what can I do, etc? I am going to answer that right on air for you!!!! The show host, Alex Cardinale has dealt with Ich many times before and he knows for sure how much a pita (pain in the ass) ich can be! On this show, Alex is going to break down what ich is, common causes for ich, how you can fight and cure ich, what you can do when you have ich in your tank, and more!!! Also we are expecting an expert to call in and share his experiences with ich! If you have questions about ich, or you want to share your experiences with ich, tell me how you overcame ich well then call in at 347-989-8142 dial 1. Enjoy the show and I hope you learn all about ich!