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  • 00:13

    the spoon

    in Blogs

    This show will be talking abouth the things that we career festival.

  • 00:31

    Call-in Counseling!!

    in Entertainment

    Felix Pizzi and Nicole Bihler join us for a very special Slotted Spoon, talking about Counseling and Wellness' upcoming events for the semester, as well as offering anonymous call-ins and advice.

  • 01:21


    in Entertainment

    Amber Nash and Jordan Neff met at an Oktoberfest party four years ago and within weeks were personally involved and professionally linked in a ukelele-centric Folk/Bluegrass duo that they dubbed "Shiny and the Spoon."  For a spell, both Nash and Neff were roll-called as members of Magnolia Mountain, but they broke ranks last year to concentrate on SATS and the most immediate result of that increase in time and energy is "Ferris Wheel," the duo’s debut full-length CD.

    At first blush, Nash and Neff seem like a standard issue Folk duo, but SATS is far from typical. “Snowflake,” the lead-off track on "Ferris Wheel," is an example. While strummed acoustic guitar intro and lightly touched upright bass suggest a familiar structure, Nash’s tremulous upper register vocal is more reminiscent of ’60s AM radio Pop chicks and contemporary Indie Folk/Rock chanteuses. But the pair quickly slides into a swirling atmospheric soundscape and “Snowflake” begins to breathe with a compelling and melancholy sigh that transcends their chosen genre.

    Not every song on "Ferris Wheel" follows this template, but it stakes a sonic claim that exponentially expands Shiny and the Spoon’s parameters. At Ferris Wheel’s midpoint Nash  and Neff offer their spectacular Indie Folk version of a-ha’s Synth Pop hit “Take On Me,” and continues on “Run,” which mixes Gillian Welch and David Rawlings and a mariachi interlude. On “Killin’ the Flower,” Nash croons with the traditional modernism of k.d. lang while evoking Charlie Rich's piano bench.

    "Ferris Wheel" truly establishes the duo as acolytes of the dusty past and visionaries of a bright future.

  • 01:58

    Episode 3; Team Interviews: HCPS & Spoon River on Paranormal

    in Paranormal

    Paranormal Kool Aid continues our series of Investigative Team Interviews with William Payne of Hopkin's County Paranormal Society, Dawson Springs Kentucky. They investigate paranormal claims, activity to try to determine if there is a logical explanation for the claims and are favorites on the lecture circuit.
    Spoon River Paranormal Research Society is dedicated to serving those of Fulton County Illinois and surrounding areas ofthe Spoon River with an eye toward raising awareness of the paranormal. Their main objective is on historical research.
    Discussions on Paranormal Phenomena: Ghost/Spirits, Psychics/Mediums, Hauntings, Demonic Possession, Ufology, Alien Abduction, Time Travel, NDE's, Bigfoot/Sasquatch, Conspiracies & All Things Unexplained. Chris Medina, Chandra Stull, Jamie Geller and Scott Gruenwald, with Claire Connolly(Chat host and live Chat questions) broadcast "LIVE" every Wednesday Evening @ 9e/8c/6p.
    Listen by phone or speak with the hosts and guests during LIVE shows at 646-929-2384.
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dead-air Paranormal Kool Aid is a part of George Lopez's Dead Air Paranormal Radio.

  • 00:30

    Hollywood Director Richard Gale is our guest tonight!

    in Comedy

    The talented Richard Gale makes movies about exciting, terrifing things- like paperclips and spoons! Gale is a UCLA graduate and award winning director. He also helped give Lura Ketchledge the host of this show some sound advice before she began making Another Apocalyptic Zombie Movie. Gale is currently raising funds on Kickstarter for the Ginosaji- The Horribly Slow Murder Movie Project. It is ranked #7 Most Funded Horror Project in the history of Kickstarter!! Tune in a listen to this show and be sure to share the link on your social media. Get behind Gale's film project and help make film history! Call in and ask questions and become part of the show!

  • 02:06

    Diana Gazes: Supporting Body & Soul In This Time Of Change

    in Spirituality

    On the November 4, 2015 edition of "Nature Of Reality Radio" I welcome Diana Gazes who is a clear transmitter of higher cosmic energies with direct connection to Angelic and Universal Light realms. Diana leads International Workshops, Group Transmissional Healing Activations/DNA sessions and opens the 'Spheres of Love', a healing modality new to the Earth. As a Spiritual Healer for over 30 years, Diana offers Advanced Energy Healing Sessions over Skype or phone worldwide. Her site www.DianaGazes.com offers High Frequency Healing Tools to help our selves and pets (bodies) balance, heal and integrate the new energies at this time.

    Media background includes: executive position for CBS, hosting TV series "Gazes Into The Future", featured in hundreds of TV, radio, book, magazine, internet interviews and is currently developing new media projects supporting the awakening of conscious evolution. As a firm believer of direct experience, Diana has taught millions how to bend a spoon in union with the power of their mind, heart and spirit. Diana lives on the slopes of Mt. Shasta, California. Her google phone number is 530 918- 8712 for those who wish to speak to her for both info on products on websites and healing sessions.

    Diana's sites: http://thelighteam.com & http://dianagazes.com & http://waterfilterhealth.com

  • 02:02

    Paranormal Kool-Aid Presents: Pics & Plots

    in Paranormal

    Carolyn Dougherty, first up, has been exploring paranormal claims for over 25 years. She is the author of Creepy Corners: Searching for Truth in Paranormal Claims and is a writer for The Bent Spoon Magazine and Paranormal Enlightenment Magazine. Her blog, which promotes critical thinking in paranormal research, is Carolyn’s Creepy Corner.  We're going to see if she can give us some insight into paranormal pictures. 

    Second to bat: Alex Matsuo, an actor, director and playwright as well as a paranormal researcher. She has investigated the paranormal for nearly a decade, and is the founder of the Association of Paranormal Study. Alex received her Master of Arts in theatre arts from San Diego State University in 2011. She currently hosts "The Wicked Domain" for Live Paranormal.  We'll be chatting with her about her new book, amongst other things!

    Take a sip of the Kool-Aid! What's your flavor?

    Discussions on Paranormal Phenomena: Ghost/Spirits, Psychics/Mediums, Hauntings, Demonic Possession, Ufology, Alien Abduction, Time Travel, NDE's, Bigfoot/Sasquatch, Conspiracies & All Things Unexplained.

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ParanormalKoolAid

    Twitter: @ParaKoolAid https://twitter.com/ParaKoolAid

    Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/paranormal-koolaid

    iTunes: Search Paranormal Kool-Aid in the iTunes Store.

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/pkaradio

    Email us with your Questions & Suggestions: pkaradio@gmail.com

    Paranormal Kool Aid Radio is  #PKA2015  

  • 01:00


    in Entertainment

    Icon @malikyoba talks life, @iconic_32, & the next level w/ @TALKTOCHELYNN on 10/22 (Thurs) at 5pm-est. Go live at www.power1079.com. 

    On September 17, 1967 in the crime-ridden and drug infested ghettoes of the Bronx and Harlem, a gift from God was delivered: Malik Yoba. No silver spoon, white picket fence, house on the hills, or any type of relief during his early years of childhood—the streets of NYC in the 60s and 70s were vicious and only the strong survived. By the age of fifteen, he had cheated death when a bullet was lodged in his neck. The bullet was removed and Malik Yoba’s journey was just getting started. Labeled as a “misunderstood child” during his early years, he possessed an unusual compassion for inner-city youths and categorized many as the victims of widely held racial and social misperceptions. Malik Yoba engulfed himself in volunteering, mentoring, and inspiring the lives of the future leaders of tomorrow. Most people are totally unaware that Malik Yoba taught inner-city youths in the areas of acting and music. Before he launched his illustrious career in Hollywood, the seeds of his success were already being planted within the youths of NYC.

  • 00:30

    Rae Spoon: Transgendered Musician and Author

    in Art

    Rae Spoon is a transgendered musician and author who lives in Montreal. They have toured extensively over the past twelve years in Canada as well as internationally (Europe, the USA and Australia). Having started out as a country artist and later composed more experimental/electronic material, Rae has always kept songwriting at the forefront of their music.
    I Can’t Keep All Of Our Secrets is Rae’s most recent release. A pop/electronic album about the complexity of grief, it focuses on a particular experience of loss—Rae wrote the album in the wake of a friend’s sudden death. With palpable emotion, the songs map the topography of loss and of attachment that extends beyond death. Musically, I Can’t Keep All Of Our Secrets is Rae’s most electronic album to date. Its heavily programmed production, analog synths and distorted electric guitars mark Rae’s musical progress from electronic experimentation to the establishment of their own style in the genre.
    Rae’s first book, First Spring Grass Fire, was published by Arsenal Pulp Press in September 2012. The book, which honours the brief moments of hope for a world outside of the narrator’s evangelical family, is a collection of short stories heavily inspired by coming of age queer in Alberta. Through realizing they must escape where they are from, the book’s narrator begins a journey towards finding acceptance and a safe home.
    Rae was long-listed for the Polaris Music Prize in 2008 (superioryouareinferior) as well as nominated for two CBC Radio 3 Bucky Awards in 2010. They won the CBC Galaxie Rising Stars award in 2004. Rae’s personal essay Femme Cowboy can be found in the 2012 Lambda Literary Award–nominated anthology Persistence.
    Visit http://raespoon.com

  • 02:12

    O ye Drybones:Mundus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur/so let it be deceived.

    in Current Events

    Mundus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur, a latin phrase, means "The world wants to be deceived, so let it be deceived."It's a Roman Cult maxim of law which basically means that if you are ignorant enough to not know who you are [a flesh and blood spirit filled being - NOT a corporation], then you deserve to be tricked [by your/every government which is ruled by the Vatican].AGENT OF INFLUENCE - These agents can be unwitting, under mind-control, or ideologically motivated to use their positions of influence to sway the minds of others. Examples of Agents of Influence are anchor men on T.V., journalists, labor leaders, TV commentators, academics quoted by the media, and some politicians.

    CONFUSION AGENT - An agent whose job is to produce confusion by disseminating confounding information.  CONTRACT AGENT- These are the rogue agents, such as the mob, who the CIA get to do particular jobs on contract. Their connections can be denied.  DEEP COVER AGENT - A sleeper agent (often a programmed multiple or person with mind-control programming) who has been a long term sleeper agent.

    DISINFORMATION AGENT - This is a highly placed agent who passes disinformation to other governments. NOTIONAL AGENT - A fictitious non-existent "agent" which is created with a real-looking identity to mislead.  PROVOCATION AGENT - An agent sent in to provoke and destabilize the target group to do foolish things.SPOON-FEEDER AGENT - Someone who dribbles out legitimate information, this is often done to build up a person's credentials (bona fides). Lots of the people who are pretending to expose the NWO are spoon-feeder agents who provide a little new information, tons of already known secrets.

  • 01:04

    Silver Spoon Syndrome

    in Radio

    Is giving our kids the best, setting them upfor the worst??

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