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11/04/2015 - THE HOT CORNER SHOW w Special Guest LEFTY SWAG BATS
Plus Dr Ray & Manuel T. Ferrero III talk ISPS and Health. And Fantasy Football with the Sports Dwork, David Dwork!
BATS AND BIOLOGY IN THE FIRST GRADE CLASSROOM.
I love bats. In fact the official bat at Wildlife Acoustics is named "Larry" after...guess who? This is a fun show with Bob Giershick of Wildlife Acoustics and his guest, from Columbus, GA, first grade teacher Susan Prater who is Teaching Biology at to young children through bat ecology.
NBA Finals, Fantasy Baseball & Frank from CAMWOOD BATS & Trish Sheldon from GMO FREE FLORIDA
Dr Ray and Manuel T. Ferrero III talk about the NBA FINAL between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. Also we go over our Fantasy Baseball HOT CORNER Listener League and we have FRANK from CAMWOOD Bats as tonight's Special Guest.
Plus Health Topic is GMO with another Special Guest TRISH SHELDON from GMO FREE FLORIDA!
Award-winning Artist and Teacher Carl Childs will share the first class he taught on a college campus that impacts the heart and soul of the artist.
"We are going to have a wonderful time talking about a class that is like no other." "It will give you the intestinal fortitude to go foward with the energy and your ideas to capture success! This episode is sponsored by Carl's Gallery! Class dates for 1st session are: March 24, 26, 31, April 2,7,9 1801 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC, 28206. Business Art Tactic Sales is 6, 2 hour class days. Cost: $15/day. The next Intro to Leather class is March 28, 2015 at 1801 N Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28206. Class is 1 hour 10-11am. Cost $25. Parking is on the Keswick St. side of building. 2nd floor classroom after entering Rental office door.
Intro to Leather March 28, 2015
Steve is joined by Mike Boothninja and Mighty Tim! We talk about the games Destiny and Arkham, Voice Actors, Terminator, The Stories in the BlitZ, Gotham, Heroes Reborn and more! Also we bring up the comments from the past weeks show.
All this and more on this week’s AGU! We hope you continue to enjoy the episodes and please feel free to respond to any and all feedback methods. We will read and reply on the show. Topic suggestions also welcome. So get Altered, Get Geeky with the Altered Geeks.
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BATS AND BONES~
Bats and Bones is IPPY award winning author Jeffrey Hickey's second work for children. This collection of spooky tales for middle school aged children and above is a subtle masterpiece of fright and emotion. Hickey wrote all the stories, the lush music, and does all the voices for the audio book. His wife, Karen Kiser, contributes the cover art, along with some penny whistle and a little piano. The inside illustrations, layout and design are by Rachel Betz, who also designed Hickey's first work for children, Wages Creek.
In honor of late night drive through double features, and classic grind house midnight madness films, the team here at Marsten House + Cypher Circuit have decided to give you a reason to stay up late once again!
This is the first MARSTEN HOUSE DOUBLE FEATURE!
2 Short (yet super dope) combined to bring you the summer time thrills you crave!
Both produced by our favorite producer from Greece, Cenobite!
"TERROR SQUAD" CYPHER
Nico The Beast
"IT CAME FROM BALTIMORE" CYPHER
Snook Da Crook (Dirt Platoon)
Nico The Beast
Where are they now :Derrick Brant May (born July 14, 1968 in Rochester, New York) is a former first round pick (#9 pick in 1986) and former outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Chicago Cubs (1990–94), Milwaukee Brewers (1995), Houston Astros (1995–96), Philadelphia Phillies (1997), Montreal Expos (1998) and Baltimore Orioles (1999). He also played three seasons in Japan, from 2001 until 2003, for the Chiba Lotte Marines. He is currently the hitting coordinator for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Westbrooks' professional career began in 1987, taken by the Giants in the 47th round of the draft out of the University of Texas. Westbrooks chose Texas out of Bellaire High in Houston, turning down a 7th-round selection by the Yankees in 1983.
Chicago White Sox starter Erik Johnson went 6 1/3 innings Saturday, giving up two earned runs on five hits and three walks while striking out four in a 4-3 win over the Detroit Tigers .The 25-year-old continued his bid for a 2016 rotation spot, ending his season with four quality starts in six outings. Johnson doesn't miss many bats and allows too many walks, which limits his fantasy value, but his peripherals generally show improvement from his major league stint last season.Mitchell was drafted by the Braves in the 4th round of the 1987 amateur draft. He debuted with the Braves on July 23, 1991 and went on to hit .318 in 48 games that season, but that was his last shot at the bigs with Atlanta. He did, however, earn some playing time as the left fielder for the Braves in that year's postseason.Southern Maryland Blue Crab pitching coach Andre Rabouin ... Rabouin's career in baseball began in 1972, taken by the Reds in the ... Rabouin used that Spanish in his coaching of Latin players
The World Series has not begun auspiciously for the Mets. They find themselves down two games to none to the Kansas City Royals. However, the Mets are heading home for game three, and hope to capitialize on home cooking to turn their fortunes around.
The Mets' fate will largely rest on the right arm of rookie Noah Syndergaard in game three, and the left arm of fellow rookie Steven Matz in game four. Will these hurlers be able to silence the Royals' pesky bats? Will the Mets awaken from their offensive slumber of games one and two? And most importantly, can these Mets repeat the performance of the 1986 team, and win the World Series after dropping the first two games?
Please join me, Rich Sparago, and staff writer Mike Lecolant, to discuss these and many other World Series matters tonight at 9:30. We'd love to hear from you! There may even be a few surprise guests on tonight's show!
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Talk to you at 9:30 for some World Series chatter!
We're back, rested and awesome as we return tot he airwaves once again after a short hiatus while travelling across 3 countries in 4 weeks to spread the UJR awesomness.
First we'll talk about heading up north to Canada for the Canadian Reptile Expo along with some great folks like Tom Crutchfield, Shawn Heflick, The Reptilia Crew and so many more! Then a couple days later Danny hopped the big pond to travel to London for a visit with UJR corespondent Emma Lock as we learned more abou her mobile menagerie teaching children the wonders of wildlife education. Find out what it's like to experience such an amazing working collection of animals. Then finally we return fresh from our journey to our home away from home, The Chicagoland area for the annual North American Reptile Breeder's conference which was pure mayhem in the most awesome of ways. We'll tell you what it was like to be on the font lines of the biggest expo in the USA and hanging around some of its greats.
Tune in LIVE Friday night at 10pm or download this special episode right now and take it everywhere you go. If you're listening live feel free to call in with any of your experiences at the expos, shows, and with educational animals.
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The Cubs return home trailing the Mets 2-0 in the NLCS. Is Jake Arrieta's incredible run over? Can the young hitters wake up their bats in time to keep this series and their season alive?
Who should get the lion's share of blame after the Bears' 37-34 overtime loss in Detroit yesterday? The refs, the coaches or the defense? And how do the Bears look entering their bye week compared to preseason expectations?
Call in @ 347.327.9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
10/07/2015 - THE HOT CORNER SHOW w @DrRayT & @ManuelFerrero w/ Guest Jon Kilburn from Softball365 talking HOT BATS!