Makeover Momma TV – Live Web Series on Mingle Media TV Network Episode 8/17

Makeover Momma TV with Bailey Tuesday’s | Mingle Media TV LIVE Video Streaming Web TV Talk Show on Mingle Media 4 PM PST | 7 PM EST Tuesday’s ~ Join us now LIVE while Bailey helps moms find time for themselves, be it fashion, fitness or motivation.

Robin Craig LIVE Mingle Media TV Network Web TV Series Episode

Robin Craig LIVE Web TV Author of Today’s Widow, Blogger for @HoustonChron & 3 time Emmy Winner: Robin Craig Host. Watch Emmy award winner, Robin Craig LIVE on Tuesdays 10:00 PM ET on Mingle Media ~ Join us now on for LIVE Video Chat from Today’s Widow and how to live after death.

Relationship Rehab with @CoupleDumb 8/20 Episode “Relationship Makeovers” turns their focus on television, movies and literature with a look at how they mess up relationship with unrealistic expectations. Original Air Date: 4/23/2010 –Lee and Paul (married co-hosts and authors of the popular blog talk about how we do things to screw up relationships and how we can recognize whats going on. They are raw, funny and provocative. Watch them LIVE every Friday on Mingle Media TV at

Mamapalooza TV LIVE Web Series on Mingle Media TV Episode 8/18

Joy Rose Host of Mamapalooza TV | Media Mom, Mingle Media LIVE Streaming Web TV Talk Show ~ Join us now LIVE while Joy talks about serving, promoting, celebrating, encouraging, inspiring and awakening ALL mothers through Media, Commerce, Connection and Performing Fine Arts

The R.I.P. Files: Civil War Museum at The Exchange Hotel Web Series

“The R.I.P. Files” Civil War Museum at The Exchange Hotel is the first of 10 episodes which will be aired on Mingle Media TV along with a Monthly LIVE Web TV Talk Show with “The R.I.P. Files” Creators Pat Marin and Lisa Linden. Fan “The R.I.P. Files” on Facebook at and the Ghost girls at Watch All Episodes and LIVE Broadcasts on Mingle Media TV at Location Background: The Civil War Museum at the Exchange Hotel is in Gordonsville VA and is now a museum w/ three floors of displays in an 1860 railroad hotel and houses a world-renowned collection of artifacts relating to medical care during the Civil War. The Civil War displays of uniforms and weapons and surgical artifacts remind the visitor of the era when the building served as a Battlefield Receiving Hospital-the scene of untold agony and death, the building survived the conflict and is the only Receiving Hospital still standing in Virginia. Historic Gordonsville, Inc. acquired and restored the property in 1971. It was recognized and placed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 14, 1973 and acknowledged as an African-American Memorial Site in June of 2002. for more information visit