Bold Choices with iHeartRadio’s Alabama

Boss Mode Tori Clark and Dana Galindo

The hosts welcome Alabama (@alabamaradio), nationally renowned radio host from Chicago to Seattle, in a conversation about bold choices. Her book, Dear World: Letters from a Lost Girl, shares her personal journey to discover herself through heartache and loss, changing her perspective and life. 

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The Bleach Saga 2

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The Belles of Fury enter the Soul Society with Ichigo and the gang for a bloody adventure to save Rukia. Come experience the first time Rob meets extremely influential characters for this anime and for ALL of Season 2! Check it out.

Follow Tori & Rob on social: @bellesoffury, @toriclark_bossmode and @officialrobfury

the Rice Balls: Fruits Basket – Chapter 2

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Cheese!!! Hosts Tori and Roz break down the main character’s Chinese Zodiac signs and what they stand for. They also start exploring the Sohma family curse within episodes 6-9 of Season 1. Check it out! 

Follow the hosts: Tori Clark @toriclark_bossmode and her sister from another mister, Roz @spanish_gypsie!

Callen Schaub: Freedom from Fear

Boss Mode Tori Clark and Dana Galindo

In this episode we interview influencer Callen Schaub (@callenschaub ) . He is best known for creating abstract art and the Fake Art Movement. Callen talks about educating haters and letting go of your own fears to be completely free. 

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The Rice Balls: Fruits Basket – Chapter 1

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Hosts Tori Clark and Roz Hopkins explore the first themes coming from the anime Fruits Basket episodes 1 – 5. This story arc really gives you a taste of the depth this anime is willing to explore. Emotional roller coaster here we come! 

Follow the hosts: Tori Clark @toriclark_bossmode and her sister from another mister, Roz @spanish_gypsie!

Improv Improves!

Boss Mode Tori Clark and Dana Galindo

Let’s wing it this week with an Improv Episode! Our Hosts interview Improv expert Alex from La De Da Performing Arts in Colorado (@ladedacolorado). She explains how improv isn’t just a skill for entertainers but can actually give you a leg up in life. Check it out! 

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Vulnerability with Case Kenny

Boss Mode Tori Clark and Dana Galindo


Our Hosts converse with a mindset poster child, Case Kenny (@case.kenny). Case is a Chicago native and the host of, ‘New Mindset, Who Dis?’ Case is known for showing his vulnerability to his listeners and we are happy to discuss his debut album, Meditation Mixtape, which proves meditation can be different for everyone. 

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Small Business: A Coffee Community

Boss Mode Tori Clark and Dana Galindo

Our hosts speak with Melissa Villanueva, (@brewpointcoffee) Owner and CEO of Brewpoint Coffee in Elmhurst, Illinois and author of Starting and Running a Coffee Shop. Melissa explains how the idea of a small business coffee shop can help shape our world for the better and how she is innovating her business mindset to not just survive the pandemic but thrive through it.

Follow the hosts on IG: @bossmodeinitiated_; @toriclark_bossmode; @danajoy_xo 

Loving the Process

Boss Mode Tori Clark and Dana Galindo

Our hosts dive into Dana’s Blog, TheFinanceBabe.com, and Dana’s discovery of falling in love with the process. Tori and Dana discuss what it takes to reach a goal and why it can seem to be so hard… maybe its not as daunting as we first thought? 


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THE RICE BALLS: Fruits Basket – CHAPTER 0

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The Rice Balls features the Belle of the Belles of Fury, Tori Clark @toriclark_bossmode and her sister from another mister, Roz! @spanish_gypsie.

The hosts examine the themes and lessons of Shojo Anime and Manga.


We begin this story with Fruits Basket, an anime and manga by Natsuki Takaya, which follows the journey of a young woman learning acceptance and love.

Can adults learn something from a cartoon character? Let’s find out.