• 00:30

    Wake Up, Stand Up & Snap Out of It!

    in Women

    Charlotte Howard and The Hair Artist Association,LLC team is honored to have DeDe Murcer Moffett  join them on today's radio show. 
    After overcoming a 24-year addiction to alcohol, she left a successful corporate career with two goals; to re-ignite her passion for entertaining and performing, and to challenge the societal belief that you cannot start over at almost 50 years of age!
    Today DeDe is the author of Wisdom Wedgies and Life's Little Zingers,  a recording artist with her debut album I Believe  and the CEO of the Snap Out of It! Radio Network where thousands tune in to her Snap Out of It! Show, Tuesday’s at 10: am on the Snap Out of It! Radio Network.??DeDe works with corporations and individuals on how to become aware of the many ways in which we numb out and distract ourselves due to a fear of feeling uncomfortable. Today distractions and addictions are causing corporations millions in wasted time, focus and productivity.  She demonstrates from first-hand experience how we can take back control of our lives and start to live fully alive, instead of numbed out and half conscious.   DeDe says you can Wake Up, Stand Up and Snap Out of it at any time it just takes igniting your SnaPower!??DeDe is also in production on her funny but poignant One Woman Show based on her life as an addict and the lives of everyone struggling with the inability to stop activities from alcoholism to eating, to texting!  DeDe's show is being written with New York Composer/Lyricist Daniel Maté and son of addiction expert Dr. Gabor Mate of Vancouver and is scheduled to debut in the fall of 2012. 

  • 00:42

    Final Pitch with Harry Yeprem

    in Sports

    It's our final Thursday show (for now)...and it is our BIG SUPER BOWL PREVIEW Show!  Call in with your predictions and your thoughts about Sunday's 'BIG GAME'!  Will Ray Lewis grow deer antlers?  Will the Harbaugh brothers try to give each other 'wedgies' at midfield?  Will Colin Kapernick get another tattoo?  Plus, your MLB, NHL and College Basketball 'takes'!

  • 00:34

    Kamil McFadden's Relentless Passion for the Arts

    in Pop Culture


    Kamil ventured upon the stage at the age of 6 and has loved performing ever since. A few of Kamil’s theatre credits include; Raisin in the Sun, Library Dragon, Holiday Urban Soup, Times, Jeremy and the Lie. His TV credits include “House of Payne”, “Cartoon Network’s – “Daily Wedgies”,” Fried Dynamite” and his Film credits include, “Trammel”, “Peacock Feathered Blue”, “Just Another Girl (Trailer),” "Peaches", "An Evening with Andrew Young". Kamil has a relentless passion for all aspects of the Arts, and he has been able to accomplish his dream to work with Tyler Perry and eventually he wants to have his own television show. 

  • 00:41

    Carla Ulbrich-How Can You NOT Laugh at a Time Like This

    in Self Help

    Carla Ulbrich is a humorous songwriter who will sing about anything- Waffle House, Wedgies, Klingons. Nothing is too weird- or too dark- to make light of.  So when she fell ill with a catastrophic illness at age 24, she used her wit and off-center perspective to cope with the many obstacles in her path.     After suffering two strokes and kidney failure, and even temporarily losing her rear end, she spent her many hours in doctors' waiting rooms penning funny parodies about her malady and the absurdity of the health care system. Under the stress of constant "care," this is when Carla finally snapped and became "The Singing Patient" with her third CD, "Sick Humor."
    This collection features songs such as "What If Your Butt Was Gone," "Prednisone," "Sittin' in the Waiting Room," and "On the Commode Again."

    On Feb. 1, 2011, Tell Me Press released a book of Carla's humorous essays about her adventures as a patient (sometimes singing, sometimes not) entitled "How Can You Not Laugh at a Time Like This?"

  • 01:37

    Kreeptown 137

    in Comedy

    The rundown-- **Interview Review: Ms. Monster **The Green Lantern trailer hit the net yesterday. Ryan Reynolds' take on Hal Jordan is a little too frat boy for my liking. Expect the wielder of the most powerful weapon in the universe to conjure some giant green wedgies and perhaps give Sinestro a swirly. **And speaking of trailers, the cinematic genius who brought you Twilight licks her finger and sticks it in your ear once again with the new gothic themed Red Riding Hood. In this retelling of the classic fairy tale, a pretty girl is torn between two good looking guys who seem to have unlimited access to styling gel and body wax(both hot commodities in the Middle Ages). And there's a werewolf. Way to break new ground lady. It's like if Spike Lee kept making the same... Ah never mind. **Naked pictures of Kat Dennings leaked made their way to the ultranets last week. My god that girl has some boobies on her. They defy all sense and quantum mechanics. It's like they were engineered by Tony Stark or something. Side note: Really. I swear I've touched a woman. I don't care what my dad says. **A surprise call from none other than The Ed from The Ed Show. Laughs are exchanged and racial harmony is proved possible. Kreeptown-- the show loved by middle age black men everywhere. **On that note F@#k Tyler Perry. His movies only drag down the very community he claims to support, yet Oprah says see it so people turn out in droves. How else could that hack end up working with talent like Taraji P. Henson, Janet Jackson, and Michael Jai White? And for that matter where the hell is Larenz Tate? That guy's fantastic. Did you see Why Do Fools Fall in Love? He's dynamite. 200lbs of charisma poured into a 130lbs bag. Plus he doesn't age. He's like the black Johnny Depp or something. What was I saying? Oh yeah, F@#k Tyler Perry!**Bonus popsicle stick joke of the day: What part of the computer was the elephant scared of? The mouse!

  • 01:30

    Relationship Expert Mary Jo Fay & Fun Songwriter Carla Ulbrich "Up Close & Personal" w/aka RadioRed

    in Lifestyle

    aka RadioRed welcomes these fabulous guests:

    Mary Jo Fay wondered why there were so many unhappy, dissatisfied, miserably frustrated women. "I thought I was the only one filled with emotional confusion, low self-esteem issues, and darkly depressed about my relationships". Author of 4 relationship books. Founder/facilitator of Denver’s BEST Dating, Mating, and Relating MeetUp Group. Writes “Living out of the Boxx” column for 2 newspapers. www.MaryJoFay.com

    Carla Ulbrich is a comical singer-songwriter and guitarist from Clemson, South Carolina, currently living in New Jersey. Insert your own punchline here. She loves wordplay and writes songs about wedgies, Waffle House, Klingons, and how rich she would be if she had the copyright on the 'F' Word. www.CarlaU.com