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  • 00:46

    Why so Negative? What about Pole dancing is so negative

    in Entertainment

    Why is it that there is often such a negative association with pole dancing? While the act of striptease exists in American culture, and has often accompanied a pole, stripping is not the only form of pole dancing. Burlesque is widely accepted and theres no level of strength being displayed.


    Holly attacks this subject with guest hostess Ms Barbie and online Twerk phenomenon Caramel Kittens.

  • 01:26

    Poetry and Pole Dancing (feat Secrete Emotions)

    in Entertainment


    We get a pole dancing lesson from Tru Essence... and we hear erotic poetry from the one and only Secrete Emotions.


    Short and simple...


    This episode was recorded in September of 2012.


     


     


     

  • 00:27

    Pole Dancing...Forbidden or Just Plain FUN!

    in Fitness

    So... I started Pole Dancing last week...just for exercise and fun. I can't tell you how many negative comments I received. So all my ladies out there tell me, is Pole Dancing only for strippers or just good plain FUN?

  • 00:17

    Diana Boyle - Pole Dancing Student and Teacher

    in Fashion

    I had the chance to speak with Diana Boyle, owner of Embody Pole Fitness about owning her business and pole dancing. Hopefully this interview will dispell some things we never knew about pole dancing before or help change our outlook on how to view the art.

  • 00:30

    Pole Dancing Fitness!

    in Fitness

    If you don't think pole dancing is a tough workout, you've never seen this week's guest in action. Nichole (aka Nakita Kash) is a certified fitness instructor and featured entertainer who teaches pole fitness to clients around the country. She joins us for a live demonstration on this week's show.

  • 00:30

    Moses Carroll of Southern Regional Pole Dancing Competitions

    in Women

    Moses Carroll has taken his love of pole and his passion for promoting healthful ways of life and created the Southern Regional Pole Dancing Competition. He promotes pole as a vehicle for health and fitness throughout the southern USA.  We'll be chatting with him and learn why he has just been nominated for the PoleSkivvies Make a Difference Award -  learn more about it here:  http://poleskivvies.com/make-a-difference-award/ 
    Sponsored by PoleSkivvies pole clothing and Pole Dance Magazine Online.

  • 01:00

    Is Pole Dancing a Sport???

    in Sports

    Tune in at 9 pm to blogtalkradio.com/speakonit11 or call in at 760-539-3210 to speak on it with Bart The GM. Topic: Is Pole Dancing a Sport??? Speak on It!!

  • 00:46

    Greatest Dancing in the Movies

    in Movies

    Who are the greatest dancers of the silver screen? What are the top dance films and routines? In honor of the upcoming National Tap Dance Day, Movie Addict Headquarters revisits a lively discussion featuring avid dance fan Fausta Rodriguez, co-host Jazz Shaw, producer Nikki Starr -- and host Betty Jo Tucker, a former tap dancer. The encore presentation is dedicated to Derek Hough, one of today’s most dynamic dancers and star of the movie Make Your Move. Fortunately, Derek has recovered enough from his Dancing with the Stars injury to go on tour this summer with his sister Julianne Hough.    


    Which dancers will be named the best by the show’s diverse panel? Among the contenders are: Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse, Gregory Hines, Eleanor Powell, Fred Astaire, the Nicholas Brothers, Ginger Rogers, Debbie Reynolds, Donald O’Connor, Leslie Caron, Vera Ellen, Christopher Walken and Bill Robinson, whose birthday is celebrated on May 25 – a date established by the U.S. Congress as National Tap Dance Day in his honor.


    Some of the films under consideration during this episode include: Assassination Tango, The Bandwagon, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Singin’ in the Rain, Shall We Dance, Billy Elliott, West Side Story, Take the Lead, Flashdance, Hairspray, Easter Parade, Step Up, Footloose, Dirty Dancing and Tap. 

  • 00:29

    Lollie Saria and AC Clark Today

    in Radio

    Lollie Saria is a well-known community service guru that loves helping people. Listen in as she reveals something that most don't know about her and her many accomplishments . 


    Anthony Clark mostly known for his dancing all over the tri-state area but tune in so you can learn about the real Anthony "no filter" Clark. 

  • 00:44

    Memorial Day weekend! Making Headlines

    in Entertainment

    Dusty showers! 2nd baseman, special guest. Not only does he keep animals safe but he's going to give us a few tips on how to keep the summer pests away!..Whos the dancing man? The 22yr old model who is 5'5 and 280...What does she have to say!..What is on the cover of Australian Elle magazine? That has millions talking?

  • 01:43

    Friday FARcast: Bring On The Flood, Dead Reckoning & Remembering Kenneth Warren

    in Spirituality

    The air is thick with the compulsive dread that spreads like a dark thundercloud before an epic storm. If you can't feel it, you aren't alive.  The administration is pushing hard to pass the TPP, which effectively ends America as we know it, giving title and control, through consent to the major corporations, who will govern commerce and goods with no restrictions and no tarrifs or safeguards for American workers and products.  While Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are beating the drums to raise the minimum wage, they're debating for a hollow platform, an aging paradigm and soon-to-be discarded economic structure.  Rumors of pole shift and tectonic rupture abound.  California is supposed to meet it's demise in just six days, while the Madrid fault shudders and shakes.  More false flag protests are waiting in the wings and an army assembles in the southern states.  What's it all mean and where is it headed?


    We're in a time of reckoning and the spiritual atom smasher, the real CERN is revving up, accelerating the shift in each and every one of us.  I'll be discussing this process and where I think it's headed. 


    I'll also take some time to honor a great person and a very dear friend, Kenneth Warren.  Ken was a writer, social critic, mystic, researcher and communal record keeper.  He was a sage and vizier of the highest order and gracious, humble man. Ken passed yesterday morning.  I am replaying an interview I did with him after he got back from the Vincent Ferrini conference.  Ken was an acolyte of the great, American poet, Charles Olson. His magnum opus work is "Capt. Poetry's Sucker Punch, A Guide To The Homeric Punkhole, 1980 - 2012."


    Please join me.