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Join Marie and JP to discuss benefit of book clubs, independent best selling books of the week and share original short stories. Are you in a book club? What's on yout spring reading list? Did you read Orange is the New Black memoir? Are you watching the TV version of Orange is the New Black? Do you have a favorite author you can't get enough of? We welcome calls from listeners and want to hear from you. If you enjoy the segment, follow the show to get notices.
Music by: Musician Jordan Reyne
Vision of the 12 war Clubs catapulted to the earth by the hand of GOD....Gods people Conform to HIS WAYS- the Lord bless and keep thee:
Tonight I discuss The new Body Count album, play some music and talk about strippers and my love of the man powered machine known as the bicycle.Of course I steal away precious time you could of spent doing something better. :) I also address the possibility of doing a show to give Vonhelton's critics AKA Trolls and Hater's the opportunity to voice their side of the story.
Topics- Bicycles, Strippers and Strip Clubs.
The American Golf Association's - Golf Swing from the Ground Up focusing this week on:
"Golf Swing from the Ground Up - How do You Select the Right Clubs?”
Regular segments include:
The "Joke of the Week"
This Week's - "Celebrity & Golf Birthdays"
This Week's - "Golf Trivia Contest"
The "Rules of Golf" - USGA
This Week's - "Featured Event & Tip"
This Week's - "Featured Golf Course"
We're Changing the Game, the Fuse is Lit
Episode 1: Authenticity
Eddie Huang and Elena Bergeron take a look at why authenticity is so important in music, basketball, food and er, strip clubs.
Hear what he thinks about Rick Ross, Drake, Chris Bosh and Vladimir Putin in the first ever episode of Monsodium Glutamate with Eddie Huang.
This episode is sponsored by Squarespace.com - get a 10% discount when you create your own professional website or online store by using the offer code MSG
Join us as we take an indepth look at the many different social functions of the hobby and how each can play a very important part of it.
We will be ranting about a vegan kitten, missing sharks, and many other things as well i am sure!
Comedian GREG REIFSTECK and his co-host APRIL MINER grew up in Albany Park in Chicago in the 70s and 80s, and going to concerts at the Aragon Brawlroom, Poplar Creek, Alpine Valley and The Chicago Stadium cured their boredom.
They also hit the clubs like Circuits, Smart Bar and Metro, Club 950, Bistro Too, Moulin Rouge, Neo are many more to underage drink to excess and erase the memories of their mundane day jobs.
Join them this week and call in with your own memories of Concerts, Clubs and Chaos.
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