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Covering the 2014 Copa Mondiale or soccer World Cup in Brasil as well as recent events in Cuba against Castro opposition groups including the LGBT community ,Venezuelan protests in support of jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez and Italian soccer updates and analysis . Much more with Cuban Brazilian and Italian bossa nova and samba music.
I came to the United States as a legal immigrant with my parents as a 10 month old child. My parents were fleeing their native homeland, everything they knew, everyone they knew and leaving behind all their worldly possessions to start life anew. They came to America to seek the freedom and liberties they had watched their native country lose to a power hungry charismatic leader. My father had been studying to be a surgeon and were starting out their lives when history repeated itself and a free and prosperous nation lost its way and the freedoms that they all took for granted and believed could never happen here were lost as Cuba became a communist country. I was fortunate enough to grow up in America where I learned that if you worked hard you could become anything your God given talents could take you. I became a naturalized citizen after the birth of my first child and it was a very proud moment surrounded by family and friends and a celebratory dinner afterwards. I went about my life like everyone else trying to do the best to provide for my wife and children. I had always been interested in American history and politics and felt that after Ronald Reagan and the United States had won the Cold War we had proven once and for all that our system of personal and economic liberty was the best path to prosperity.
We all thought that America and our ideals were safe and went about our lives until September 11, 2001. That's the day that our security was threatened and the American people decided to freely relinquish our liberties to the government. Fast forward to 2008 and the election of Barack Obama and Democratic control of both the House and Senate. I saw and felt that things weren't quite right, our liberties were under attack and I knew it was time to act. I wrote a book to try and help Americans rediscover their history before the elections of 2010.
Guest: Lorenzo Pablo Martinez, author of "Cuba Adios", his journey to freedom.
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CUBANOS IN WISCONSIN BY SILVIO CANTO JR
This week on OTTR~! join ED and his co-host Cutrer as they talk the WWE SUMMERSLAM. We run down all the matchs, from the Monet maker to the Lunatic Fringe, to BROCK SMASH, and where WWE goes from here. Plus a look at an AWESOME RAW with an AWESOME mainevent, all this and more on OVER THE TOP RADIO~!
This is the first of our new weely show through Flatirons Running Inc. Today we meet the owners, staff, the history of the store and, of course, running! Flatirons Running is a full-service specialty running store located in the Table Mesa Shopping Centerof one of the nations most influential running communities, Boulder, CO. The business began its inception in 2009 being called In-Step. Family-owned by RL Smith and Tricia Vieth, In-Step offered a unique and personalized experience for the runner, focusing on the world famous custom insoles built by RL. RL has become known as the Foot Whisperer to many of his clientele with his impeccable ability to diagnose foot issues and resolve aches and pains with his ‘built on location’ custom insoles, tagged with years of experience in the running and cycling arena.
In 2014, RL and Tricia were approached by Henry and Suzanne Guzman with an offer that could only extend the services to our community. With years of experience as the buyer for another running store in town, Henry came to the table with connections in the industry, extensive experience in the running world as both an athlete and a coach and a knack for knowing what the runner needs and wants which has since outfitted the newly rebranded store, now known as Flatirons Running, to be a true full-service running store.
The combination of a full line of footwear, apparel, accessories, hydration and nutritionals, along with the custom insoles by RL, this is a store that you must visit to find exactly what you need to either get started, stay on track and stay healthy as a runner/walker/hiker!
Scripture : John 11: 1-46
Key Verses : John 11:25-27
Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection , and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall! he live
And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?
She saith unto him, Yea, Lord: I believe that thou art the Christ, the Son of God, which should come into the world.
Benjamin Day of the United Health Care Cycling Team joins us for an insider view of US Pro Cycling Challenge Stage 2. United Health Care is having a great race with Kiel Riejnen now wearing the Sprint Jersey. Stage 2 opens fast by ripping down the Aspen Valley through the sprint cities of Basalt and Carbondale before tackling the 8,700 ft. McClure Pass. A short descent brings the race to Gunnison County road 12, which is a 20-mile rollercoaster that constantly changes from pavement to dirt and back again, while topping out at 9,900 ft. over Kebler Pass. A technical descent into Crested Butte brings the race back to familiar terrain. As in 2011 and 2012, the race will finish up with a sprint through downtown Crested Butte and the steep finish climb up to Mt. Crested Butte.
Gavin Mannion - the newest member of Team Garmin Sharp - joins us this evening for a look at Stage 2 of the US Pro Cycling Challenge. Alex Howes of Garmin Sharp took possession of the Leader's Jersey today racing through some truly awful weather conditions. Stage 2 opened fast by ripping down the Aspen Valley through the sprint cities of Basalt and Carbondale before tackling the 8,700 ft. McClure Pass. A short descent brings the race to Gunnison County road 12, which is a 20-mile rollercoaster that constantly changes from pavement to dirt and back again, while topping out at 9,900 ft. over Kebler Pass. A technical descent into Crested Butte brings the race back to familiar terrain. As in 2011 and 2012, the race will finish up with a sprint through downtown Crested Butte and the steep finish climb up to Mt. Crested Butte.
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What sustains us during times of trauma, and how do we access it in the moments we most need it? These are the questions that will be addressed in our next show with survivor and author Bunny Stevens whose powerful new memoir, Unholy Union: A Memoir of Clergy Sexual Abuse Within the Salvation Army Life, details her compelling life’s story about family and institutional sexual abuse and the power of faith and love that helped her triumph over her betrayers.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.
A HUGE "Thank You!" to Ron Kiefel and Wheat Ridge Cyclery for allowing us to record this morning's presentation with cycling great Jens Voigt. 7 time Tour de France finisher Kiefel moderates the discussion with 17 time (including 340 stage finishes) Tour de France finisher Voigt. Discussion ranges from Voigt's childhood in East Germany, fall of the Berlin Wall to whether or not Jens is more popular in the US or German. Oh yes, there is plenty of cycling talk as well.
I was unable to write "...with United Health Care Cycling team's Benjamin Day" this time as Ben formally retired from professional racing following yesterday's final stage of the US Pro Cycling Challenge. After a 17 year racing career, Ben decided it was time to focus on his coaching business 'Day by Day Coaching'. Ben will give us his final recap of the 2014 USPCC. It was an understandably emotional finish for Day but he's excited about the future.
We go "Way Over the Rainbow" tonight with host Andrew Martin. This marks an exciting new hour, focusing on LGBT news, politics and entertainment. Andrew introduces guests, plays great music, and hopes to delve into serious LGBT culture while at the same time keeping the ambience light and fun.
Tonight's guest is Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter Marsha Malamet, best known for Peter Allen's hit song "Love Don't Need a Reason." She was one of the first openly-gay female recording artists signed to a major label, has had her songs recorded by Barbra Streisand and Diana Ross among many others, and was the Executive Producer for Reno's: A Reunion for AIDS, which celebrated the legendary New York cabaret Reno Sweeney and featured such guests as Janis Ian, Ken Page, Alaina Reed, Phoebe Snow, Sally Kellerman, and the pioneering openly-gay vocal trio Gotham.