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Kristin and Michele welcome ESPN's Jeff Goodman to the show tonight. We'll ask why he thinks Cal isn't that great at developing NBA talent, plus discuss the overall college basketball season so far.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the historic UK-Texas Western (now UTEP) game. It was this game that spread the myth that Adolph Rupp was a racist. We will be debunking that myth and will welcome Terry Brown (@tbrown_80) who will offer his perspective on this topic.
Kentucky Cheer - a true dynasty Sunday, they won their 21st national championship.
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Food Network's Cake Wars Host Jonathan Bennett.
Premiering Monday, January 18th at 9pm – “Dr. Seuss”
Everyone from the Cat in the Hat to Thing 1 and Thing 2 are coming to Cake Wars for a huge Dr. Seuss celebration in honor of the new book "What Pet Should I Get?" Only one master cake artist will have their creation at the center of the party and walk away with $10,000, but to win, they'll have to impress guest judge Susan Brandt, President of Dr. Seuss Enterprises, and work faster than you can say "one cake, two cake, red cake, blue cake!"
“Dancing with the Stars” alum and Lindsay Lohan’s beau in “Mean Girls” is all grown up with a succession of films in the can inclusive of “Modern Love” in which he stars with Anthony Rapp, the IFC Films thriller “Submerged,” as well as an arc on VH1’s cheerleading drama “Hit the Floor” (January 18th Season Premiere), MTV’s “Awkward” (Spring ’16) and host of Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars Kids” and “Cake Wars” (January 11th Season 2 Premiere)
New Trends with Hosts Tasha and Regina. Topics include Venturing into the Potty Realm, Baffling Kenya, Teacher Rapes Student, Cheerleading and Good Grades, etc...
Join the Families Matter show hosts VS Grenier, Irene Roth & Kecia Burcham November 28, 2012 at 6pm EST - 5pm CDT - 4pm MDT - 3pm PST
This month the hosts will be talking about high school cheerleading along with the dangers involved with this popluar sport many school districts do not have classified under the sport catagory and therefore the popper safeguards are not in place to keep these teens safe during practice and events.
The parents along with the media are calling for reform. Learn more at the following links.
To learn more about the Families Matter hosts and The World of Ink Network visit http://worldofinknetwork.com
You can also follow us on our Families Matter blog http://familiesmatter2us.blogspot.com
Rory E. Riley Esq. On Paris Attack and VA "Talking Veterans" with Ken Kraetzer
Rory E. Riley is principal at Riley-Topping Consulting located in Charlotte, NC. She is admitted to practice before the U.S Court of Appeals for Veterans claims and is a member of the Massachusetts and New York bars.
Ms. Riley is experienced in the area of veterans law and policy; has served on Capital Hill as Staff Director and Counsel for the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Subcommittee on Disability and Memorial Affairs. She has been invited to speak at The American Legion National Convention in 2012 and 2014; the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims Bar Association in 2012; and the American University Law Review Symposium. She is also the two-time winner of the Paralyzed Veterans of American National Legal Writing Contest in 2008 and 2009.
Ms. Riley is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross (B.A., History, cum laude, 2004), and Quinnipiac University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2007). In her spare time, she coaches gymnastics and cheerleading for Special Olympics, including as the Team USA gymnastics coach at the Special Olympics World Games in 2011 and 2015.
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This interview originally aired on WVOX 1460 AM New Rochelle, NY on November 9, 2015, edited by Jack McGuirk. Sons of the American Legion Radio is based at White Plains, NY Squadron 135. SALRadio has twice received medals from the US Army including the "Outstanding Civilian Service Medal". See more on Facebook; Sons of the American Legion Report, West point football Report, and Chaplains Hill: Arlington National Cemetary. On Twitter: @SonsLegionRadio on Youtube: Ken Kraetzer Contact email@example.com or 9144509554
Go! Go! Fight! Win!
Cheers like this are being heard across North America as a new football season will soon be upon us. The cheerleaders dancing at the sidelines are as much a part of the game as the referee.
According to a report, almost 95,200 female students take part in high school cheerleading annually, along with about 2,150 males. College participation numbers are hard to find since cheerleading is not classified as an NCAA sport.
Cheerleaders are more likely to get hurt in a formation, than players getting tackled in football. There were more than 20,000 bumps, bruises, scrapes and even worse, severe, injuries last year. Some of the more serious injuries have included concussions, spinal cord injuries and broken limbs. High school cheerleading accounted for 65.1 percent of all catastrophic sports injuries among high school females over the past 25 years. Injuries are up 55% over last years statistics. Hear about what it’s like to cheer - along with the physical, emotional and scheduling demands that go the world of cheerleading. Professional cheerleader and Chiropractor Andria Hoda is LIVE with us in conversation on Wednesday July 17th @ 7PM EST at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance.
Dontisha James is a woman of God and I fear the Lord. I'm a mother of one daughter, work full time and I'm single parent till the Lord send me my mate ( husband). My hobbies is love reading the Bible and talk to others about the good news of Jesus Christ. My fun times are movies night, hanging out with friends and family and my most enjoyable moments are feeding the homeless or helping another person and love supporting my daughter in school, cheerleading.
This is my first book by the grace of God's its a very touching story to my heart. It's a true story and its about a lost girl looking for love in all the wrong places. I'm believing some people will relate to some of the pieces in this story. I'm very humble and grateful to become an author. And one day in God's will I will write another book the title will be Pure Love my new birth and new fresh start.
Bonnie-Jill Laflin was the first ever female scout in the NBA. She worked with the Lakers, scouting for them for ten years.
She's also been seen on the sidelines cheerleading for the 49ers and Cowboys.
Bonnie-Jill talks with with Tim about what its like being a successful female in the sports industry. She tells us all about the challenges and how rewarding it is.
Bonnie also talks to us about her affinity for the military and animal activism.
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KING and Velvet from Vine will talking about hottest stuff on the internet. If you want to chat it up with them make sure you press one to join in on the covo they are having. This week they going to be talking about Rick Ross getting sued ..Did Suge Knight kill EasyE? Why is there a rapist cheerleader? Is Rihanna dating someone new? FINE OUT ON #MESSYMONDAY with KING and Velvet. Wanna be Messy? Call in :) Got Questions? Call in!!!
From cheerleading on the Chicago Mustangs Football to helping corporate leaders achieve their speaking goals, Charlene knows what it takes to bring out the best in you! She also has the credibility to walk you through the process. By the age of 26, she received three industry certifications, obtained a Zumba instructor certification, and earned the title of Distinguished Toastmaster, the highest public speaking and leadership designation in Toastmasters International.
HINECharlene Rhinehart is a graduate of DePaul University where she studied Accounting & Finance with a minor in Community Service Studies. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), and Project Management Professional (PMP). Charlene is currently 2nd Vice President for the National Association of Black Accountants, member of the National Black MBA Association - Chicago Chapter, frequent speaker for the Illinois CPA Society, and mentor for Year Up. Charlene was recently awarded the Outstanding Leader Award from the National Association of Black Accountants - Chicago Chapter and the 2014 Illinois CPA Society Young Professional Leader of the Year. On March 7th, Charlene was crowned Ms. Corporate America 2015 in Orlando, Fl. During her year of service, she will be responsible for conducting professional workshops, doing national radio/television broadcasts, attending seminars and speaking to audiences about her platform of “Diversity in Business”.
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Eric Debelak is a graduate of St. Olaf College. He is a polyglot and has studied Russian, ancient Greek, and German. After living in Russia from 2006-2011, Eric moved to Albuquerque. Having done part-time webwork since 2004, Eric switched to full-time development in 2014 after meeting Josh Garcia and attending Deep Dive Coders. Eric has a background in new product marketing, which informs all of his development and design work, and also teaches web development and design at Central New Mexico Community College.
Joshua T. Garcia is a graduate of Gonzaga University where he studied entrepreneurship, finance, and philosophy. After an enriching college career that included cheerleading, traveling abroad, and even meeting Warren Buffet, Joshua moved back to his hometown of Albuquerque to marry his college sweetheart. Joshua has been involved in coding since 2010, and he began full-time development upon graduating from Deep Dive Coders in 2014. Joshua’s background also includes new venture creation and social entrepreneurship, which aid him in developing business strategies that create the best possible model for his clients’ needs.
Eric and Josh are both musicians. Eric plays the guitar and bass. He has played in groups that do everything from Russian folk music to death metal. Josh loves hip-hop and plays the ukulele. Their love for music and Christopher Guest led them to their name.
Our guest this week is Grandmaster Manny Sosa, President and founder of Victory Taekwondo Chung Do Kwan Assoc. Since 1998, Grandmaster Sosa, and his wife Vicki, have owned and operated Victory Academy, located in Bloomington, IL. Victory Academy is a multi-program center offering gymnastic, tumbling, dance, cheerleading, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Taekwondo, with a peak enrollment of 765.
He has pioneered a unique program designed for children to learn the martial arts called "Mighty Kids", teaching students as young as 4 years old the beginning skills of Taekwondo.
Grandmaster Sosa is skilled as a martial artist and business owner who has enjoyed great success and devastating setbacks. We are excited to have him share the wealth of wisdom he holds for you, our listeners, as we finish this quarter strong!