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Grammy Award Winning Pianist/Composer/Educator - Arturo O'Farrill
Founder and Artistic Director of the nonprofit Afro Latin Jazz Alliance, and Grammy award winner, Arturo O'Farrill, can appropriately be dubbed "the apple that did not fall far from the tree." He is the son of the late great Cuban composer and arranger, Chico O'Farrill. Arturo has worked with a wide range of jazz greats including: Dizzy Gillespie, Steve Turre, Freddy Cole, The Fort Apache Band, Lester Bowie, and Wynton Marsalis to name a few,
With 10 CD's already under his belt, including his recent Grammy winner, "Offense of the Drum", Arturo has produced yet another incredible work that just may garner him another Grammy nomination. "Cuba: The Conversation Continues", Arturo's newest release, is a heart pounding, chaotic, rhythmic blend of pure Afro-Cuban jazz bliss, that goes well beyond just being about music. It is also about "repairing the rupture between the US and Cuba." He pushes it to the limit on this one ya'll!
February 3, 1996: Marco Antonio Barrera TKO12 Kennedy McKinney. That means that almost exactly 20 years ago HBO debuted the Boxing After Dark series with much success. The series has gone on to become nearly legendary, and HBO's boxing programming has at times become synonymous with the sport itself.
On this boxing history episode of Top Men Boxing Radio, Aris Pina of Compubox and The Fight City's Patrick Connor talk about the various Boxing After Dark shows that have left imprints on their memories. From Ivan Robinson vs Arturo Gatti, to Erik Morales vs Daniel Zaragoza and onto his rivalry with Barrera himself. There was heavyweight action with Derrick Jefferson vs Maurice Harris too, but a whole lot more than that.
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Host Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux) and Arturo Galletti of Basketball Numbers (@ArturoGalletti) break down the over/unders and other bets for the entire Western Conference including MVP candidates and interesting conference, division and title odds.
Portland Trail Blazers- 1:52
Denver Nuggets- 6:47
Minnesota Timberwolves- 9:52
Los Angeles Lakers- 16:40
Sacramento Kings- 21:08
Dallas Mavericks- 24:22
Phoenix Suns- 27:02
Utah Jazz- 30:15
New Orleans Pelicans- 35:44
Memphis Grizzlies- 41:19
Houston Rockets- 44:49
Los Angeles Clippers- 51:09
Oklahoma City Thunder- 59:17
San Antonio Spurs- 1:07:08
Golden State Warriors- 1:18:58
MVP Bets- 1:21:52
Host Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux) and Arturo Galletti of Basketball Numbers (@ArturoGalletti) break down the over/unders and other bets for the entire Eastern Conference including MVP candidates and interesting conference, division and title odds.
Philadelphia 76ers- 2:42
Brooklyn Nets- 6:35
New York Knicks- 9:59
Charlotte Hornets- 17:48
Orlando Magic- 20:50
Detroit Pistons- 22:53
Indiana Pacers- 26:08
Boston Celtics- 31:55
Milwaukee Bucks- 38:38
Washington Wizards- 43:14
Toronto Raptors- 47:00
Miami Heat- 50:10
Chicago Bulls- 58:34
Atlanta Hawks- 1:01:55
Cleveland Cavaliers- 1:05:52
Recap / Best Bets- 1:10:54
1:30 pm Steve Racine with Emerj Development
1:50 pm Paul Groth with Seglund, Gabe,Quinn, Gatti and Pawlak PLC
2:10 pm Kristin Crain-Davey with Academy Mortgage
2:30 pm Jason Greifenberg with Comptool Solutions LLC
2:50 pm Mary Novak with Remax Platinum
Are you jonesing for Jessica Jones? We know we are! Jonesing for Jessica discusses the hit Marvel and Netflix show Jessica Jones episode by episode. Graphic Policy Radio hosts Brett and Elana are discussing the series and are joined each week by special guests. For this episode the team is joined by Steven Attewell and Arturo R. Garcia to discuss the ninth episode "AKA Sin Bin."
Just when Jessica has Kilgrave right where she wants him, Hogarth's involvement complicates the situation. Details of Kilgrave's past emerge.
Steve got his PhD in the History of Public Policy from the University of California, Santa Barbara and teaches public policy at CUNY's Murphy Institute for Labor Studies. He is the founder and writer of Race for the Iron Throne, which examines Game of Thrones and the A Song of Ice and Fire book series from a historical and political perspective. His essays have been published in Esquire, Salon and in two books on the subject. He co-hosts the Game of Thrones Podcast for Lawyers Guns and Money.
Arturo R. Garcia is the managing editor of Racialicious and an editor for The Raw Story -- but before all of that, he was a comics geek and a Rocky Horror Picture Show alumnus. Born in Tijuana and based out of San Diego, he's covered everything from Comic-Con to the DNC and Black Lives Matter protests.
Mañana jueves, con nosotros en la radio estará el Padre Arturo Gómez, sacerdote de la Diócesis de Toledo (de España). Ha venido a ayudar en los campamentos de verano, y aprovechamos para hablar con él, sobre su vida, su vocación y su amor entrañable a la Virgen.
En la reflexión semanal, Antonio hará algunos comentarios sobre la Asunción y sobre la vida de uno de los mártires más destacados del siglo pasado, San Maximiliano Kolbe "el gran mártir de Auschwitz". ¡Pasemos la voz!
7:30 PM - Rosario
8:00 PM - Reflexión "San Maximilano Kolbe/La Asunción" Antonio Pérez-Alcalá
8:20 PM - Entrevista - "Padre Arturo Gómez"
8:45 PM - Llamadas
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Kap and Anthony take a further test run in which they pick up on the 54 topics they began in their first test run.
Kap will be smoking a Fuente Cuban Corona with a natural Cameroon wrapper. Anthony is "leaning toward an AVO no. 5." The boys will also talk about their stick of the week selections, and highlight the show w/:
A Science Fiction-like post apocalyptic view of the worst case FDA scenario.
Please make certain to visit Kap's cigar blog.
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Former world boxing champion Arturo Gatti (April 15, 1972 – July 11, 2009) who was raised in Montreal, was found dead in northeastern Brazil during a vacation with his wife Amanda and infant son.
His family seeks answers to many questions that surround Gatti's suspicious death.
Psychic Gale St John tellls it like she sees it.
Thomas "Cornflake" Lamanna joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss his upcoming fight at The Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City on December 5 against Ariel Vasquez.Cornflake talks about making his 147 debut in this fight and how he feels heading into it at the new weight.We get Lamanna's thoughts on how he rates his 2015 and what he wants to accomplish in 2016.We also talk about the Atlantic City fight scene and why it has faded since the days of Arturo Gatti.Cornflake also gives his thoughts on Canelo's win over Cotto,Fury vs Klitschko,Jacobs vs Quillin,Garcia vs Guerrero and Ronda Rousey taking her first loss to Holly Holm.
This is a return visit from the beautifully talented Fred Hughes - and the reason for our get-together now will make you smile (hopefully!) Fred's "Love Letters" project has done really well - but NOW? It's time for an early peek at the holiday season - with Fred's soon-to-be-released "I'll Be Home for Christmas!" Yes, you heard me :) We'll be enjoying some tunes with maybe a hot toddy in The Chat Room. Hah!
The background that Fred has is deeply impressive. A pianist for decades, he showed strong promise as both a keyboard master and a conductor - in his 20's. In his Pennsylvania circles, he was known as an artist to watch. Involved in both the First Army Band in Maryland and the Eighth Army Band in Seoul, Korea, that reputation became etched in stone. In 1981, Fred formed a Jazz group called "Just Friends" - playing to sold-out houses throughout the Korean peninsula. At the same time, he served with the MBC Pops Orchestra in Seoul.
Returning to Lancaster, PA, the early roots of his trio were formed - then he joined the U.S. Army's touring ensemble, The Jazz Ambassadors. He was able to travel to all fifty states - and overseas, too. Amazing opportunities have found their way to Fred through the years! He has performed with orchestras and symphonies all over the globe; he has worked with Arturo Sandoval, Roy Hargrove, Toots Thielemans, and has been music director for Three Mo' Tenors.
Fred has found the time to become an author, educator, and those conducting skills never got rusty! "I'll Be Home For Christmas" is his 7th release - and he shares the joy of the upcoming season with Bassist Amy Shook and Drummer Frank Russo. These three have been playing together for a while - and their chemistry is delightful. You'll FEEL it!