A dog in a muzzle can send a message to those who just see it in a quick glance.  Could it be a mean dog?  Could it be an overly vocal dog?  Is that the dog that the guy from "Silence of the Lambs" had?  Jodi is here this week to dispel the rumors and the doubt.  Even the idea for pet owners who need to use a muzzle and feel some guilt, Jodi has some answers on Dog Blessed. 

We had an amazing evening of fun at The Starlight Room on October 26th when we welcomed Muskegon Mayor Ken Johnson to Muskegon tonight live.  We also had Ambrosia Huber on to talk about her really awesome store and artisan shop called Puzzles Oddities and Ends and we wrapped up with music from Puffindown!  Puffindown will be playing a benefit for Kenzies Be Cafe on October 28th at The Starlight Room!  Catch some of their music here then see them live to benefit a great cause!

We regularly hold 'honors' celebrations, each at a deliberate, daily pace, aiming to cast a spotlight on the remarkable achievements taking place within our community. Sharing these accomplishments is at the very core of our mission. While other organizations may employ different methods to highlight these achievements, our ultimate objective remains constant: to uplift the individuals, voices, and causes that define Muskegon's unique identity. Whether through the efforts of individuals or groups, if you haven't taken a moment to observe the remarkable transformation of the past decade, you're missing out on an awe-inspiring evolution.

We're taking a fall tour this week on Dog Blessed with Jodi Jarvis-Therrian and her friend Jill.  Where are we heading?  The middle of nowhere!  Why are we heading there?  A little time off the grid and a little time to enjoy the splendor of all things Michigan in the fall which is not only fun for people, it's fun for their pets too, but....you need to be ready to be in the middle of nowhere.  Preparation is key and that's what this weeks episode is all about.

Marie Cisneros here with another Paranormal Muskegon interview! This time I had another fascinating chat with Rick Waid via Zoom. This is Rick’s second visit with us. We had him on the show a few years ago where he told us about his work as a paranormal investigator and how he got started with it all. This time he talked more about his work as a Remote Viewer, Seer and Past-Life reader. Rick is also the author of three books; “Awakening of a Seer, ” “My Paranormal Journey, One Man’s Obsession.” and “The Eleventh Child,” his newest book.

Hey, hey, it’s spooky season! Time for all things October; Hot cider and donuts, pumpkin-carving, haunted houses, trick-or-treating, and snuggling up to watch scary movies. Maybe even indulge in some pumpkin spice or candy corn if you’re so inclined (love ‘em or hate ‘em, I think they’re here to stay for a while).

If you missed on on the Dog Blessed Fall Fest, have no fear!  Jodi is here and is ready to bring you some highlights of the weekend including some of the sounds you might hear under a steel roof with a heavy rain coming down!  It's certainly fall in Michigan, but Jodi has three great guests that were part of the festival to help share their passion for pets and pet people!

Paranormal Muskegon is always looking interested in learning more about the mysterious and mystical side of life; anything from angels to UFOs and anything in between and few can think of anything more mysterious and mystical than magic. For thousands of years, people have been drawn to the glamorous world of magic; where the veil between what is real and what is not becomes lost in the mist of belief. For years people would sit in rapt wonder as magicians performed their mystifying feats of illusion. These feats, though captivating, used misdirection, props and sleight of hand to perform seemingly wondrous acts of magic. Thus, since time immemorial, people have wondered: Is magic real? An excellent question….which may not have an easy answer. Real magic is said to be using powers or abilities believed to be supernatural to affect a change; either in the environment or a situation.

A uniquely freaky experience in Muskegon?  I think that's how we described Puzzle's Oddities and Ends when we first met Ambrosia Huber who runs the artisan shop off Apple Avenue.  It is remarkably unique for sure, and with Ambrosia's love of all things odd, she's not only kept the place going, she's expanded to offer over 80 artists a place to showcase and sell their creativity and given us all a little slice of something very "big city" in a smaller town like Muskegon. 

It was a stellar show at The Starlight Room as we got the September edition of Muskegon Tonight Live rolling.  The Starlight Room is a significant addition to what we have in the Muskegon Area for entertainment.  It's an intimate and versatile venue with capabilities that blow the minds of those performing or attending.  For our show, the audience might be a foot away from the guests and the music acts and there's no better seat in the house. 

It's the 77th episode of Dog Blessed on the Muskegon Channel with Jodi Jarvis-Therrian.  Weekly she brings her passion for all things pet to you and helps share her knowledge on a variety of things.  From training to nutrition and even into some specialized areas like illness that are specific to animals and even how to deal with grief in the loss of a pet.  Her work with her organization Dog Blessed carries well past all that you see here and in this weeks episode, you''' learn a lot more about a very special fall festival coming up.