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  • 00:58

    Fulham vs. Brighton & Hove Albion Preview

    in Soccer

    In this episode, we will preview the home opener for Fulham against Brighton & Hove Albion.

  • 00:50

    Too little, too late for Villa

    in Soccer

    Five games unbeaten! Can you believe it? Jack and James are back with this week's episode of the Holtecast discussing Aston Villa's best run of form in... far too long.


    In addition to the normal recap of the last match and preview of the next fixture as well as Twitter questions, we got caught up in a few other recent Villa happenings.


    Some of the topics we lingered on were the terrible decisions that have doomed Villa prior to the arrival of Tom Fox and Steve Hollis, a lack of business in the transfer market partially due to the Football Association's biased rules and the merit of giving a run in the FA Cup a proper go.

  • 01:30

    Fulham vs. Brighton & Hove Albion

    in Soccer

    This is our preview of Fulham vs. Brighton & Hove Albion.

  • 00:31

    Authors Thomas Allen Hopkins and Jon Hopkins join us LIVE !

    in Books

    Join us LIVE as Grant and Carrie Ann interview Thomas Allen Hopkins and Jon Hopkins on "By the Fireplace" to discuss their new book:   The Princes of Albion (The Long-Aimed Blow).    What is this exciting new book all about?    Here's a brief review:


    Within the soul of every man is the desire to be loved by one's father. Throughout history, this primal urge has resulted in epic and violent acts of betrayal, poetic expressions, loyalty, and dramatic twists of fate and fortune.  The Long-Aimed Blow, Book One: The Princes of Albion eloquently and graphically depicts an ancient world of dark forests and dusty streets where family dynamics and human passions collide in explosive episodes of rampant tyranny.

  • 01:31

    Fulham vs. Brighton And Hove Albion

    in Soccer

    This is our preview of Fulham vs. Brighton And Hove Albion

  • 01:18

    Historical Author Michele Wehrwein Albion *Echo Broadcast

    in History

    ECHO BROADCAST:
    Michele Wehrwein Albion, Historical Author 
    Pop Roxx Radio, 
    Featuring Interesting People doing Interesting Things
    Hosted by Pop Artist Jamie Roxx


    Tonight's Featured Guest: Michele Wehrwein Albion


     www.michelealbion.com


    In 1992, Albion was hired as Curator at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers, Florida. She became fascinated with how very active Thomas and Mina Edison were in their Florida community.  She wrote The Florida Life of Thomas Edison, which was published in 2008. Her second, The Quotable Edison, was released in February 2011, and was a top 10 seller in its category even before it began shipping.


    Her third book, The Quotable Henry Ford was released in February of 2013, in time for the celebration of the sesquicentennial of Henry Ford’s birth on July 30. Albion’s most recent book, The Quotable Eleanor Roosevelt began selling in September 2013.

  • 01:59

    Indigenous Garbs, Customs and Traditions

    in Spirituality

    The indigenous Muurs (Moors) of North American had their own garbs, customs and traditions that has been practiced for hundreds and thousands of years before the arrival of the Albion

  • 00:31

    An Artist Speaks Season 4 Episode 29 with Guest Artist Lauren Daniels

    in Art

    This weeks interview is with a young and up coming artist, Lauren Daniels.  Lauren was born in Detroit, MI.  She was part of the National Art Honor Society in high school and went on to being accepted into Grand Valley State University’s art school in 2012. She spent a year studying studio art and was accepted into an elite illustration program there. Lauren is continuing her education at Albion College, here she plans to continue building her portfolio and graduate with a Bachelor of Arts with a drawing concentration and minors in Management and Psychology. One day she hopes to become an art therapist.  “I strive to build a connection between the viewer and the artwork. I am a sympathetic person and relate to people in ways that motivate me to reach out and help them. I enjoy listening to people and assisting in working out their problems, which is why I would someday like to go into art therapy. Painting and drawing different emotions helps me connect to the person and their feelings and story.”

  • 01:16

    Fulham vs. Brighton & Hove Albion Post Match Show

    in Soccer

    This is our post match show of the home opener for Fulham.

  • 00:13

    Quick Aston Villa-West Bromwich Albion Preview

    in Soccer

    Jack and Robert take a break from the once-a-week schedule to bring you a quick preview of Aston Villa's match against West Bromwich Albion tomorrow. We'll talk lineups, tactics, and anything else pertinent to the match. And you're welcome/we're sorry: it's not a full show today. Just wanted to give you all something to listen to before the match. Up the Villa!

  • 01:12

    Leading Grand Rapids with Mayor George Heartwell

    in Local

    Host: Coach TMB


    Guest: Mayor George K. Heartwell


    Topic of Discussion: Leading Grand Rapids-The Good & The Bad


    Mayor Heartwell's Bio


    George Heartwell is the mayor of the city of Grand Rapids, MI. He was sworn in on January 1, 2004 and is currently serving his third term.


    Prior to being mayor, Heartwell was a City Commissioner for the third ward of Grand Rapids from 1992-1999. Heartwell currently serves as President and CEO of Pilgrim Manor Retirement Community. He was Director of the Community Leadership Institute at Aquinas College, where he also was a professor in the Community Leadership undergraduate study program. Mayor Heartwell is an ordained minister for the United Church of Christ, and served for 14 years at Heartside Ministry, a program for the homeless in Grand Rapids. He was previously the president of Heartwell Mortgage Corporation. In August, 2007, Mayor Heartwell was re-elected to a second mayoral term in Grand Rapids. He won the primary election with 51% of the vote, eliminating the need for a general election run-off.[2][3] He would be reelected for a third term in 2011.