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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Until You Walk the Path: Minister Moo-Twahz

Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t Know Where it Goes will be hosting Minister Moo-Tawahz on October 31, 2010 at 4 pm eastern. We will be talking about how to survive the rapidly changing energy.

Minister Moo-Twahz is a 6th Generation spiritual adviser and healing. He Teaches that all healing is self healing. His unorthodox spiritual beliefs give alternative paths to spirituality, life and healing. His viewpoints and penchant for speaking the truth often turns friends into enemies. Those who are ready to start on the path of truth by remembering who they are and are meant to be can understand his message. His radio show, Manifest Station can be found at

Tune into on October 31 at 4:00 pm eastern to to learn how to survive the rapidly changing energy from Minister Moo-Twahz. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 324-3745. The interactive chat room is available on the show’s page.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Tribute To the Troops: No Soldier, Sailor or Airman Left Behind

Virtual Entertainment Radio Network announces the premiere of its new military show, Tribute to the Troops on October 26, 2010  7:00 to 8:00pm CST .  Hosted by MSgt (ret) Rich Bauer USAF, MSgt Jeff Cluster (USAF) and MSgt Duane Fly (USAF) Tribute to the Troops will address all aspects of military life.    They will be talking to government, civilian and veteran’s organizations, asking the questions and getting the answers so  Tribute to the Troops’ goal: ensure that not one soldier/airman/or sailor will be left behind on information.

Tribute to the Troops is designed to be an information hub, which will help members of the military, veterans and their families find resources and support. It is a program that supports current members of the military as well as veterans.   Every week different Guests will educate and address issues that are important to past, present and future military members, as well as their family, on different subjects.   Listeners will also be able ask questions or make comments in real time by using the phone, the Internet or Skype

Not limited to military personnel or veterans, Tribute to the Troops will also give civilians an unique insight into what it means to serve as well as the issues and problems family members must daily face on a daily basis, especially while the military member is deployed.  The show will help civilians better understand what it means to serve and how to better relate to their military family members or friends; and possibly help them.

Tune into on October 26, 2010  7:00 to 8:00pm CST to listen to the premiere show of 'Tribute to the Troops'. 

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Help for Wounded Warriors

Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t Know Where it Goes will be hosting Rhiannan Price Project Manager with The Mission Continues on October 24, 2010 at 5 pm eastern. We will be talking about how The Mission Continues helps Wounded Warriors as well as how other may get involved.

Rhiannan Price has been a Project Manager with The Mission Continues since September 2009 after finishing two years as a Community Development Volunteer with the United States Peace Corps in the Commonwealth of Dominica. As a Project Manager, Rhiannan coordinates volunteer activities and cultivates partnerships with corporations and organizations to strengthen our service projects. She is currently managing The Mission Continues’ partnership with Target to host 11 local service projects on Veterans Day to join veterans, active duty service-members and civilians in service to their communities.

The Mission Continues and Target are recruiting volunteers to participate in this nationwide service project on Veterans Day with the hope of not only empowering community members to serve, but also connecting them with our nation’s wounded and disabled veterans who are eager to continue serving their country.

Rhiannan comes to The Mission Continues with an extensive background in service both abroad and locally. She graduated from Xavier University in 2007 with a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and the Public and is currently attending University of Denver where she is studying for a Masters in International Human Rights. Rhiannan’s commitment to service has taken her to Ukraine, France, the Eastern Carribean and back to her native St. Louis.

Tune at on October 24 at 5:00 pm eastern to to learn how The Mission Continues is helping the Wounded Warriors and how others can get involved. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 324-3745. The interactive chat room is available on the show’s page

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Operation Home Base: A New Military Series

OPERATION HOME BASE-No good deed goes unpunished. To read the proposal and an excerpt of the pilot go to

U.S. Military Killed in Action:

Iraq:10/18/10: no reports current: 4758
Afghanistan:10/1810: 3 current: 1353

Wounded Total (to 4/30/10): 54,834
Killed in Action, September, 2010: 7
Wounded, April,2010: 40
Iraqi Civilians Killed: 1,366,350

Wounded Total (to 6/30/10): 6,773
Killed In Action,September,2010: 56
Wounded, May, 2010: 406
Wounded, June,2010: 517

SSG Sean G. Landrus, 31, U.S. Army, Thompson, Ohio (hostile fire--IED attack)

SGT Travis A. Mothart, 23, U.S. Army, Brownsville, Oregon ( hostile fire-IED attack)

SSG Lester O. Kinney II, 27, U.S. Army, Zanesville, Ohio (hostile fire--IED attack)

SGT 1ST CLASS James T. Hoffman, 41, U.S. Army, Whitesburg, Kentucky ( hostile fire-IED attack)

2ND LT Luke S. James, 24, U.S. Army, ________ Oklahoma (hostile fire-IED attack)

SGT Cory R. Mracek, 26, U.S. Army, Hay Springs, Nebraska (hostile fire-IED attack)

CAPT Mathew J. August, 28, U.S. Army, North Kingstown, Rhode Island (hostile fire--IED attack)

1ST LT Adam G. Mooney, 28, U.S. Army, Cambridge, Maryland (non-hostile--helicopter crash)

SSG Christopher Bunda, 29, U.S. Army, Bremerton, Washington (non-hostile-drowning)

CWO Patrick D. Dorff, 32, U.S. Army, Buffalo, Minnesota (non-hostile--helicopter crash)

PFC Ervin Dervishi, 21, U.S. Army, Fort Worth, Texas (hostile fire-RPG attack)

SGT Randy S. Rosenberg, 23, U.S. Army, Berlin, New Hampshire (hostile fire--car bomb )

Friday, October 8, 2010

Find the Path to Spiritual Healing with Scott Grossberg

Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t Know Where it Goes will be once again hosting intuitive reader and author Scott Grossberg on October 10 at 5 pm eastern. He will be doing readings and sharing how we can bring peace into our lives

Scott Grossberg has followed a lifelong study of the symbols, metaphors, images, and meanings that life shows us everyday. Scott has traveled throughout the world, amazing people of all ages, backgrounds, and cultures with his performances. The insights his audiences receive have been demonstrated, time and time again, in universities, homes, and boardrooms, alike. He is a highly sought-after performer, public speaker, and popular guest on radio. He is a professional member of the National Speakers Association, The Academy of Magical Arts/Magic Castle in Hollywood, the International Brotherhood of Magicians (Order of Merlin, Shield), and the British Society of Mystery Performers.

Tune at October 10 at 5:00 pm eastern to listen to Scott Grossberg talk his path to spiritual healing. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to receive a reading or ask questions. The phone number is (347) 324-3745. The interactive chat room is available on the show’s page

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Operation Home Base finds Support from Veterans

Veteran, military activist and talk show host, Richard Bauer actively endorses the new military series, Operation Home Base.

Bauer served in the United States Air Force Command from 1988-2010. As a Inventory Management Specialist, he coordinated supply for the Air National Guard at Jefferson Barracks. He insured the mobility assets were available for deployment and all personnel were properly fitted and ready in the event of war. June 2000 – March 2003, Bauer performed military funeral honors for deceased active duty, retired and veteran personnel at Scott Air Force Base-Belleville IL. As Command and Control-flight Follower from April 2003-January 2006, he was the command agent responsible for the accurate, real-time global command control of all AMC directed tanker and airlift Missions in support of national interests worldwide. From May 1999-June 2010, he worked in the defense and space industry as the Missouri State employee, providing funeral honors for deceased veterans and retirees for the entire eastern part of Missouri. Currently, he is the host of Tribute to the Troops on the Virtual Entertainment Radio Network. It is a program that supports current members of the military as well as veterans. The program will educate and explore questions or problems relating to military personnel. By coalescing governmental, civilian and veteran’s organizations, Tribute to the Troops’ goal is to insure that not one soldier/airman/or sailor is left behind..

Of Operation Home Base, Bauer said:
“WOW...this is awesome, breath taking, and splendid; words cannot express my gratitude or thankfulness. I think you got a real winner. God Bless you for finally opening the family life of the military spouse to the general public.”
Rich Bauer MSgt USAF (Ret.)

Bauer’s associate said:

'I think the script is dealing in uncharted waters. This will be like nothing ever produced! What a brilliant idea to expose to the general audience real life situations that our fellow soldiers have to deal with returning home. Bravo!'

Two different members of the military and both Senior NCO's looked at the script like the military (Department of Defense--Washington) would look at it and we both agreed you got a hit.

Combining MASH and Little House on the Prairie into a family of man drama, Operation Home Base combines the real life challenges of living the military life with a fictional world-wide conspiracy of intrigue, murder, and lies. Refusing to be bullied, OHB begins to unravel the lies that surround the disappearance of Bogley and his squad.. Unable to deter them with the stick, their lead detractor does an about face and offers to support OHB with endless financial, political and logistic support. Is it a honest humanitarian offer or are their enemies trying to destroy it from the inside out.?

From the PTSD of the Vietnam nurses to the murder of a Marine’s therapy dog that leads to a wild and crazy fundraising fair, OHB will make the viewers laugh and cry. It will also build a bridge of understanding between those who serve and civilians. The viewers will be able to easily relate to the characters as family members, friends or the person they see in the mirror. Unlike most new shows, which either appeal to adults or children, OHB will be a drama that will appeal to the whole family

To read the full proposal and an excerpt of the pilot go to

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Michigan Hot Air Balloon: Seeing the Beauty of Fall The spectacular fall colors of Michigan are glorious when Flying OVER the woods and streams in a hot air balloon. Former Miss Michigan Gina Valo and literary agent Peter Miller flew with Scott Lorenz owner of Westwind Balloon Company in a fall color balloon ride over Kensington Metro Park last fall. Lorenz says "Balloon flights make memorable gifts and are bucket list items for many. It's a terrific group gift or gift for the boss, sweet heart and a balloon flight is the perfect unforgettable Christmas present." Hot air balloon rides in Michigan are available from May thru October. Visit: www.WestwindCos.Com/balloon or call 734-667-2098. Gift certificates available.

Company: Westwind Balloon Company


Friday, October 1, 2010

Never Can Say Good-bye: A Paranormal Romance

Never Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal romance reminiscent of the Reincarnation of Peter Proud and Fatal Attraction. Elizabeth arrives in Coyote Springs to help a friend. Instead she learns that love and hate survive death.

To read an excerpt of the script go to