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On this special edition of Crossroads, we sit down with Branch Rickey III, the grandson of the legendary baseball executive Branch Rickey - the same Branch Rickey that introduced Jackie Robinson to Major League Baseball.
We will get Branch III's thoughts on the new movie "42", and the portrayal of his grandfather, as well as discuss the link between the Rickey and Robinson families, among other topics. Catch us at the Crossroads, only on the King James Radio Network.
In one of our most insightful shows that we have done on the King James Radio Network, we go back to our interview with Branch Rickey III, son of the legendary Branch Rickey, who signed both Jackie Robinson and Roberto Clemente into professional baseball.
Branch III is also the president of the Pacific Coast League, which carries several minor league affiliates of Major League Baseball teams.
Hear about the links and lineage between the Rickey and Robinson families, as Branch is quite the descriptive storyteller.
Be sure and meet us at the Crossroads, only on the King James Radio Network,
The research process continues with the 19th Bedford & Sullivan Podcast!
Lee Lowenfish, who literally wrote the book on Branch Rickey, calls in to discuss Branch's transition from the Cardinals to Brooklyn, his relationship with Walter O'Malley and how it helped lead to his exit, and his last public appearance being inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.
So, tune in at 10:30AM ET on Monday, September 30th, for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan Podcast!
On today's program, Cultural Historian and Branch Rickey Biographer Lee Lowenfish will call in to discuss the social and cultural landscape of Brooklyn in the late 30's and early 40's, Branch Rickey and his Dodger career, and the impact of the reserve clause on player negotiations at the time.
So, make sure you stay active listeners in the research process at 6:30PM EST and tune into the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
On this episode of Illuminati Exposed Radio we will be talking about the assault on the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco Texas leading to the deaths of the followers of David Koresh at the hands of the ATF and FBI.
Following on this we will look at the attack on the federal building in Oklahoma City on the anniversary of the Waco massacre.
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Today on Rickey Radio I will attempt to finish my pre-season predictions. I try to look at each team position by position incuding pitchers. It's very time consuming so may change it up. Rickey is a World in the Hardball Dynasty Baseball Simulation Game on whatifsports.com.
City folks need to be reminded that fruits and vegetables don’t come from Shop Rite, they come from gardens! Community gardens provide people who don’t have their own space, especially in urban areas, the opportunity to grow their own fruits and vegetables instead of buying produce that often travels long distances before reaching the grocery store. An increased interest in organic gardening has also added to the popularity of these local garden spots. People grow fruits and vegetables in community gardens for different reasons. Some plant for themselves; others grow produce and give to those who can’t afford to buy fresh vegetables. Not only does the community garden provide a place to grow nutritious, hand-pick veggies, the gardens also create and supplement the local food infrastructure and foster a sense of community. The Long Branch Community Gardens are supported by grants from the Office of Economic and Community Development and managed and maintained by Lisa Bagwell of Ocean Grove. Of course Lisa has many helpers including the neighboring families that have personal garden plots on the property. Actually Long Branch has several community gardens and the largest one is located in an old railroad right of way which has been transformed into a beautiful urban oasis of flowers and vegetables. All produce, which is organic, is donated to neighbors, local food banks, and the Long Branch Senior Center. Lisa is a long time gardener and vegan chef, and in addition to tending Long Branch’s urban gardens, Lisa works on a family farm in Cream Ridge. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Today on Rickey Radio I will continue to make S16 predictions for the Rickey World of the Hardball Dynasty game on whatifsports.com. I finished up last show with the NL North predictions:
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Every fall, around the time of my sober anniversary (September 28), we have a conversation about addiction, asking the question: "Are you addicted?" In this conversation, we are working from the book: "Addiction & Grace: Love and Spirituality in the Healing of Addictions" by Gerald G. May, M.D.