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  • Calling to Islam

    in Islam

    And how many a city was stronger than your city [Makkah] which drove you out? We destroyed them; and there was no helper for them. So is he who is on clear evidence from his Lord like him to whom the evil of his work has been made attractive and they follow their [own] desires? Is the description of Paradise, which the righteous are promised, wherein are rivers of water unaltered, rivers of milk the taste of which never changes, rivers of wine delicious to those who drink, and rivers of purified honey, in which they will have from all [kinds of] fruits and forgiveness from their Lord, like [that of] those who abide eternally in the Fire and are given to drink scalding water that will sever their intestines?And among them, [O Muhammad], are those who listen to you, until when they depart from you, they say to those who were given knowledge, "What has he said just now?" Those are the ones of whom Allah has sealed over their hearts and who have followed their [own] desires. Quran  47: 13-16

  • 01:04

    News Topics, Events and More for Wine Lovers

    in Wine

    Tonight, join Ron on All About Wine.  Ron will discuss news and topics related to the wine industry and upcoming wine events at Florida Estates Winery.  Perfect for wine lovers, industry representatives and fellow wine drinkers and enthusiasts. 


    We also invite you to call our guest line and join the discussion by dialing (646) 727-3235 during the LIVE show.  You can also email the show with your questions and comments at allaboutwine101@gmail.com


    Ron is the VP and General Manager of Florida Estates Winery in Land O' Lakes, Florida.  He is a wine maker, cellar master, vineyardist and tasting expert.


    The show is always informative and entertaining....and All About Wine

  • 00:00

    Space Tourism: Blue Origin's Trip to the Future

    in News

    WSJ's Andy Pasztor explains why Blue Origin's historic rocket landing has made commercial flights into space a real possibility.

  • 01:03

    Wake Up To Jesus, (Always thank God the Father for everything)

    in Christianity

    The Jesus Saves Ministry
    509 Evergreen Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY 11221
    www.tjsm.org or www.wutj.org
    E-Mail: gojesusnow@aol.com
    TEL. 718-574-2244
    Pastor, Apostle Lonnie Stocks

    Ephesians 5:18-20 (GW)
    18  Don't get drunk on wine, which leads to wild living. Instead, be filled with the Spirit
    19  by reciting psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs for your own good. Sing and make music to the Lord with your hearts.
    20  Always thank God the Father for everything in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

  • 00:00

    Last Minute Holiday Jam? E-Commerce Delivers

    in News

    If you're in a last minute holiday jam, companies like Amazon are offering to deliver everything from bottle of wine to a box of cake mix -- in an hour or less. WSJ's Lauren Weber has the details.

  • 00:26

    Mammograms Wine & Man Bits

    in Pop Culture

    When the girls have mammograms together it gets crazy, but then when mama Santa joins us with a bottle of wine, we end up measuring a man's nipples.  This is Part One of a two part series of Girls In Heels.

  • 01:32

    #ThanksGiving - Things Black People Have To Thank White People For

    in Entertainment

    #ThanksGiving - Things Black People Have To Thank White People For

    Hey gang. 
    Let's a pre #ThanksGiving episode and get into some news and comment along with things black people have to thank white people for. 

    Phoenix Calaida is going to tell us about how #BlackLivesMatter in Chicago is going to be fracturing. 

    William J Jackson will bring up how Gang Bangers Lives Matter. 

    In The News::::
    CNN law enforcement analyst Jonathan Gilliam asserted on Wednesday that Chicago Officer Jason Van Dyke did nothing wrong when he shot 17-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times because the teen continued to move after he was down.

    Walmart Is Working with the FBI and Lockheed Martin to Spy on Striking Workers

    Japan has a pretty cool name for their big SALE. 

    Fox News Coon, Harris Faulkner get's reminded what her place is in the pecking order. 

    Two unidentified students confessed to drawing swastikas and “White Power” on cars at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

    According to WoodTV, the incident happened Sunday evening and the words were drawn on six snow-covered cars on campus.

  • 01:02

    Deepertruth: Eucharistic Miracle of Ludbreg Croatia 1411

    in Religion

    In 1411 at Ludbreg, in the chapel of the Count Batthyany’s castle, a priest was celebrating Mass. During the consecration of the wine, the priest doubted the truth of transubstantiation, and the wine in the chalice turned into Blood. Not knowing what to do, the priest embedded this relic in the wall behind the main altar. The workman who did the job was sworn to silence. The priest also kept it secret and revealed it only at the time of his death. After the priest’s revelation, news quickly spread and people started coming on pilgrimage to Ludbreg. 

    The Holy See later had the relic of the miracle brought to Rome, where it remained for several years. The people of Ludbreg and the surrounding area, however, continued to make pilgrimages to the castle chapel. 

    In the early 1500s, during the pontificate of Pope Julius II, a commission was convened in Ludbreg to investigate the facts connected with the Eucharistic miracle. Many people testified that they had received marvelous cures while praying in the relic’s presence. On April 14, 1513, Pope Leo X published a Bull permitting veneration of the holy relic which he himself had carried in procession several times through the streets of Rome. The relic was later returned toCroatia. 

    In the 18th century, northern Croatia was ravaged by the plague. The people turned to God to call upon His help, and the Croatian Parliament did the same. During the session held on December 15, 1739 in the city of Varazdin, they vowed to build a chapel at Ludbreg in honor of the miracle if the plague ended. The plague was averted, but the promised vow was only fulfilled in 1994, when democracy was restored in Croatia. 


  • 00:31

    Giving Thanks - Favorite Moments from Past Shows

    in Travel

    When we launched Travel Talk back in July, our goal was to provide fellow travel-preneurs with resources to help promote tourism and their business. The support, feedback and partnership between our listeners and guests has left us with a deep sense of humility and gratitude.

    This week the co-hosts will share some of their favorite moments with past guests. 

    Follow Surge Nation on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Periscope 

    Be sure to check out our recent Blog - Top 20 Favorite Periscope Broadcasters

  • 00:44

    Laquan McDonald And The Racism Cold War.

    in Entertainment

    Racism is a cold war. 

    As those who have enjoyed the cold war are growing frustrated with more and more people finding out it exists, we're seeing a desparation for it to heat and be an open and honest hot war. 

    Let's dig into it. 

    You can sign up to push us forward and we super appreciate it right here. 

    We also gladly take one time investments donated to the paypal link right here. 

    Raeisha Williams,
    communications chair of the Minneapolis NAACP, shocked CNN when she told reporter Brooke Baldwin that Black Lives Matter has in essence indicted the Minneapolis Police Department in the shooting of five people during a protest early Tuesday morning.

    Williams said:

    “We’re hearing two [arrests] at this time, but we don’t necessarily trust that. We know that the police department is behind this, this is our personal belief after receiving witness accounts.”


  • 01:00

    Goa, actress Stefanie Powers, Friendly Planet travel

    in Travel

    National Geographic International (now FOX) producer, Dawn Drew, has been to India more than 100 times and she recently spent three months filming around the country.  Dawn says that each visit to India offers something new and that travelers should go beyond the iconic attractions for an authentic travel experience.  We'll also talk about the state of Goa--the popular resort that you may not have heard of.

    Actress Stefanie Powers, best known for her role as Jennifer Hart in the television series "Hart to Hart", leads a double life, one in front of the camera or on stage and the other as a chamption for animal preservation and protection.  She started both interests at an early age.  When she was 15 years old she took to the stage but her love and protection of animals started with a rat named Petey much earlier.   Stefanie helped create the William Holden Wildlife Foundation in memory of her long-time partner and she supports animal conservation efforts of several other organizations.  Stefanie also continues her craft on camera and the stages around the world.

    Friendly Planet Travel is a popular group tour operator that we first became acquainted with during a trip to South Africa for our honeymoon.  We discovered the amazing price points that Friendly Planet offered for a great value.  Apart from the competitive tour prices, the mission of Friendly Planet and its backstory reflects courage, love, luck and transformation.  We spoke to founder, Peggy Goldman, about how travel helped her heal and reinvent herself following a divorce and loss of her son.