Ear 2 The Future presents social media guru Corvida Raven, who runs SheGeeks.net and has been touted as “The Oprah of the web,” offers nubie Twitter users do’s and don'ts. Tune into this special event hosted by People You Need to Know host Spark Plug.
GenreTainment speaks to the cast & crew of the superhero comedy series Super Knocked Up. Writer/Director Jeff Burns joins us with cast members Jourdan Gibson (Darkstar) and Mark Pezzula (Captain Amazing) to tell us all about this very funny series.
Mad Max, MMA Fighting & a Rugby Super Star, What a Dish! Acing Icon Vernon Wells, MMA Bad Girl Cassie Crisano & Rugby Legend Ian Roberts join The Inside Dish for some exciting interviews + Plus even more amazing give aways!!! Don't Miss it!
Tim Brooks, Owner of the popular Emerald Island Casino in Nevada joins host Mick and Maria Bailey to discuss how he has become a success in the competitive casino market of Nevada. The property is celebrating their ten year anniversary.
Ethan Farmer aka E-Bassman is a celebrated bass player and is no stranger to the music scene playing and touring with the likes of Christina Aguilera, Janet Jackson, Patti LaBelle, Lionel Richie. He chats with Jammin Jukebox about his new EP Wine & Strings.
Acclaimed writer and psychologist, Dr. Ben Michaelis, shares practical strategies on how to live with purpose and without fear from his latest book: Your Next Big Thing: 10 Small Steps to Get Moving and Get Happy, with host Johnny Tan on FMMK Talk Radio.
N the Queue features William McNamara, known for his role as the handsome football player in Dream a Little Dream with Corey Feldman and Corey Haim and his role in the move Copycat playing opposite Sigourney Weaver. He will discuss his new TV pilot and more.
Movie Addict HQ salutes Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Hugh Jackman with a discussion of his best film performances, his Academy Award nomination for Best Actor, and his upcoming movies including "The Wolverine."
Teenagers and pre-teens may think they're grown, but they still need adult guidance. Teenagers have different emotional needs than they had as babies and will have as adults. Educators must be responsive to the intricate design of the adolescent mind.