• 02:06

    Hells to the yeah!

    in Education

    We are back!!! round three of hells to the yeah, this show is of course ganna have some killer tunes from the main main Wes and some great topics from Renae as well as wes. come join us for the comedy and amazing music.

  • 01:24

    Kiler Davenport Live: Interview with Sean Patrick McGraw

    in Country Music

    Call it Irish grit. “If you grew up where I grew up,” McGraw recalls, “you were automatically hyphenated either Irish, Polish, or Italian, and your dad worked in the mill, that was a given.” Hailing from a small steel industry town about 50 miles outside of Buffalo, New York, McGraw was raised on Hee-Haw (“We loved Conway Twitty, or at least his haircut”) and rough games of hockey and football. Small for his age and showing little athletic promise, he gravitated towards music, and good thing: “If I’d have stuck with the sports I liked any longer I might have ended up getting my head taken off. We never wore pads, let alone helmets.” Instead, McGraw grew out his hair, picked up a cheap Japanese guitar, and at 13 started a rock band with friends, playing in bars a couple of nights a week—with a note from his mother in hand, in case the cops asked any questions.


    As soon as he finished high school, McGraw hightailed it to Los Angeles with rock star dreams and a country sensibility. Wearing out records by Dwight Yoakam and Steve Earle, and “digging through stacks of junk at the Pasadena flea market looking for old Buck Owens and Johnny Cash on vinyl,” he developed his own unique hard-core hillbilly sound.


    It’s a crazy life, and McGraw looks upon it with bemused satisfaction in “My So Called Life,” reflecting, “Some days I own this town, other days it shoots me down/Always I’m still hanging round, holdin’ on to hope.” Expertly depicting the driving pace of his “Honky Tonk Life,” McGraw stubbornly continues to hope: “I could quit all this road stuff, go back to my real job, put in a straight 9 to 5/But I love the neon, I love the people, and I love the Honky Tonk Life.”

  • 01:01

    Do I have to go?

    in Lifestyle

    Do you remember being a "little kid" and asking "Do I have to go?" and you got the proverbial reply "Yes!"  ugh!


    Why did we make our children do things that didn't really matter to them?  I mean, why did we make them go to the school cake walk when they didn't like cake?


    What is the point in forcing or coercing someone into doing something they don't want to do?  


    Let's talk about being convincing or being forceful today!

  • 00:31

    Reader's Entertainment Radio Presents: Heather Graham

    in Books

    Reader's Entertainment Radio welcomes NY Times and USA Today Bestselling Author, Heather Graham to the show on Thursday, March 26th at 6pm EST!  With over one hundred and fifty books and novellas to her credit, her latest novel, The Dead Play On, continues the tradition of excellence for which Heather Graham is well known!


    Book Blurb:


    Play a song for me…  

    Musicians are being murdered in New Orleans. But Arnie Watson apparently died by his own hand. When Tyler Anderson plays the saxophone he inherited from Arnie, a soldier and musician who died soon after his return, he believes he sees visions of his friend's life—and death. He becomes convinced Arnie was murdered and that the instrument had something to do with whatever happened, and with whatever's happening all over the city… 


    Tyler knows his theory sounds crazy to the police, so he approaches Danni Cafferty, hoping she and Michael Quinn will find out what the cops couldn't. Or wouldn't. After all, Cafferty and Quinn have become famous for solving unusual crimes. 

    They're partners in their personal lives, too. Quinn's a private investigator and Danni works with him. When they look into the case, they discover a secret lover of Arnie's and a history of jealousies and old hatreds that leads them back to the band Arnie once played with—and Tyler plays with now. 

    They discover that sometimes, for some people, the line between passion and obsession is hard to draw. Only in uncovering the truth can they hope to save others—and themselves—from the deadly hands of a killer.


     

  • 00:31

    Radio Show: Cortisol: The Unexpected Killer [Encore Replay]

    in Health

    In this show you’ll learn:



    A basic understanding of how cortisol works in your body, and what it is perfectly designed to do.
    A list of the most common health threats of having too much elevated cortisol over long periods of time.
    Some easy solutions you can do right now, as well as when you feel a stress reaction, to mitigate the cortisol spike.


    Background:


    Stress leads to the epidemic known as Adrenal Fatigue (also called adrenal burnout or adrenal exhaustion). When you secrete cortisol on a regular basis, it creates a whole host of problems for your body.


    Years of high levels of cortisol cause serious problems. It will catch up with you, eventually.


    Cortisol is not the “bad guy,” however! It is doing its job by reacting to what you tell it to: threats. The problem is that you are no longer being chased by a hungry tiger in real life, but you are reacting to your daily stresses as if you are.


    Join Dr. Ritamarie and discover in this show the dangers of continual cortisol spikes, why it’s such a killer, and leave with some solutions you can implement right now to significantly diminish this very real health danger from your life.


    Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that plants and herbs play on your hormones and digestive health, as well as strategies to include in your daily routines to achieve more vitality.

  • 00:45

    Slasher Studios Horror Podcast: Should Have Been Final Girl...

    in Movies

    On a brand new episode of Slasher Studios Horror Podcast, our hosts discuss the women of horror who didn't survive but should have. Who are the "should be" final girls of the genre? Listen to the podcast and find out which Scream Queens made the killer cut! 

  • 01:31

    THE BANK HOLIDAY MURDERS-Tom Wescott

    in Entertainment

    Jack the Ripper stalked the streets of London’s East End from August through November of 1888 in what is dubbed the ‘Autumn of Terror’. However, the grisly ripping of Polly Nichols on August 31st was not the first unsolved murder of the year. The April murder of Emma Smith and the August murder of Martha Tabram both occurred on bank holidays. They baffled the police and press alike and were assumed by the original investigators to have been the first murders in the series. Where they correct? In this provocative work of literary archeology, author Tom Wescott places these early murders in their proper historical context and digs to unearth new evidence and hard facts not seen in over 125 years. The Bank Holiday Murders is the only book of its kind. It eschews the tired approach of unsatisfying ‘final solutions’ in favor of solid research, logical reasoning and new information. The clues followed are not drawn from imagination but from the actual police reports and press accounts of the time. The questions asked by Wescott are ones first suggested by the original investigators but lost to time until now. The answers provided are compelling and sometimes explosive. Among the revelations are: • New information linking the murders of Smith & Tabram to the same killer(s). • Proof that the police did not believe key witnesses in either case. • Proof that at least one of these witnesses was working with the murderer. • New evidence connecting many of the victims that may lead to their actual slayers. • Information on Emily Horsnell, the ACTUAL first Whitechapel murder victim. • The hidden truth of ‘Leather Apron’ and its role in unraveling the Ripper mystery. • Proof of a corrupt police sergeant who thwarted the investigation. Was he protecting the Ripper? THE BANK HOLIDAY MURDERS: The True Story of the First Whitechapel Murders-Tom Wescott.

  • 01:01

    Rev. Russell Moore's Bible Study Message: " Keep Your Shield Soaked"

    in Religion

    Ephesians 5:26, "That he might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of the water by the word"  A Romans soldiers battle shield was his over all protection tool.   He could hide behind it to protect his entire body from harm during a battle. Most shields in that time used by foot soldiers were made of leather. However leather could and would catch fire if hit by a fiery dart.  Therefore a soldier must keep his shield soaked in water to retard the combustable materials in the fiery darts launched at him. You would die if your shield caught on fire therefore it must be soaked in water.  Saints likewise must keep the shield of faith soaked in the word of God.

  • 01:00

    What is all the talk about Neo-Tech?

    in Technology

    Neo - new, Tech - technology  how can the talk not be about all the new technology we have seen come to life over the past 20 years?  Let's talk about all of the wonderful things you can do in your life because some Genius brought you a new gadget or pace maker in your body!   From hip to dental implants (oh, and don't forget breast implants) we can see how much better our bodies are.  We can see that cars have improved features from headlamps to back up warnings!  We have come a long way baby!


    Technology is not a trend it is the way of the future! Jump in and let's leave behind the old ways that need to fall apart so prices drop in all industries like the Computer Industry!  Are you willing to accept Neo-Tech?

  • 01:02

    Scott Swanay: The Fantasy Baseball Sherpa

    in Entertainment

    This week, Scott Swanay, the Fantasy Sports Sherpa, returns to the show with some advice on assembling a killer fantasy baseball squad. We'll talk all things fantasy sports, and the upcoming baseball season.


    Join Robert Manni, author of The Guys' Guy's Guide To Love as we discuss life, love and the pursuit of happiness.


    Subscribe to Guy's Guy Radio on iTunes!


    Buy The Guys' Guy's Guide to Love now!

  • 01:45

    STR #208 03/24/15 S7e18 "At Close Range" Recap

    in Television

    If you watched the latest #Castle episode last night, wasn’t THAT AWESOME?! What a wild ride that was for Ryan!! This episode was completely intense from the very first scene until the final confrontation of the killer. "At Close Range" was directed by Bill Roe and written by Jim Adler, great job everyone!


    Hope you were able to watch "At Close Range" and can join us for tonight's STR Round Table, here are Elena's questions for tonight:


    http://stanatalkradio.com/str-round-table/2015-str-round-table-archive/str-208-032415-s7e18-at-close-range-recap/


    Photo credit/copyright[above in BTR random order]: ABC Studios/Network.

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