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Veteran actor, writer and director Jack Betts joins OutTakes to talk about his new upcoming Los Angeles production, It Goes Like This. Among Jack's many credits are the films Spiderman, Gods and Monsters and Falling Down. Western fans know him as "Hunt Powers" from spaghetti westerns in the the 1960s and 1970s, such as Sugar Colt. Also, he played on many soaps, including the role of "Ivan Kipling" on One Life to Live. For
Happy Cinco de Mayo! We're celebrating today!!!
Also, Novelist Eric Jerome Dickey talks about his new novel, DECADENCE!
And, America's psychologist, Dr. Jeff Gardere talks about how his own painful divorce experience led him to help others through this horribly confusing time with his new divorce app!
Every Sunday afternoon, Ro shares news, views, advice, and interviews, as well as motivation, encouragement, and inspiration on different ways to add more purpose and passion to your life, career, relationships, and business - for a better life and a better YOU! Join Rolonda and Friends every Sunday afternoon! Please FOLLOW the show.....AND --
Tonight we have Wayne Betts of Betts Calls and James Keith of Foggy Bottom Calls. Anything goes with these two so it should be one of the best shows of the year~!! Kelly Outdoors is a show about just that, The great outdoors and all that it has to offer, Hunting, Fishing, boating etc. That's what its about folks, Water fowling is my passion so there is lots of that, There have been some of the best folks in the industry on the show and I will continue to bring you the very best for your en
On today's episode of the Yanks Go Yard show presented by BaldVinny.com, Ricky recaps the Yankees' series against the Seattle Mariners. Then, he looks ahead to the Toronto Blue Jays with Travis Bateman from JaysJournal.com. They will discuss Toronto's offensive re-surgence, the surprising fast healing of Jose Reyes, and much more.
Hear Mike Silva discuss the proposed trade of RA Dickey to the Toronto Blue Jays. Hear reports on Jays top prospect Travis d'Arnaud from NY Baseball Talk minor league expert Jed Weisberger. Howard Megdal of Capital NY discusses how the Mets are handling the deal from a PR standpoint. Fans and blogs get their say on trading the popular Dickey.
Two of the most creative artists in Jazz, etc. (that EYE know, anyway!) are on the show this Tuesday, May 7th, 2013.
Daniel Bennett starts the fun at one - and he has great news: The Daniel Bennett Group's "Clockhead Goes to Camp" is available for your grateful ears :) Since 2004, Daniel has been turning out music to buy, but he has been playing for a lot longer. A multi-instrumentalis who zeroed in on saxophone at age ten and writes music via guitar, this highly regarded New Yorker wears even MORE hats. Besides leading his intuitive band, he also produces and promotes shows other than his own. He's quite good at being the spokesperson for these events - and it doesn't hurt when he shows up for them - Daniel is quite handsome as well as a talented/progressive musician. Who will not allow boxes to deter his vision. The Boston Herald calls what he does "Exploratory, Folk-Jazz Hybrid." Hah! Why do you think he's on the show?!
DC based Uber Bassist, Michael Bowie, is clearly one of those stunningly capable players that make your jaw drop. Some of the TRULY great in Jazz have thought so: Betty Carter, Abbey Lincoln, Sarah Vaughn - because Michael played for them. By request. He studied under the great Keter Betts, is a National Endowment For Jazz Studies Award Winner, and has created "organic" (he loves that word!) repercussions from this region to international circles. Hey, if you're playing with Dee Dee Bridgewater, you're getting recognition - okay? Here's the reason why Michael is visiting: he has a group, Sine Qua Non (we'll ask questions :) Comprised of some of the most brilliant musical minds heard anywhere, this is (Michael's words), "Classical theory and fused with rhythms from around the world." As we say on Facebook: OMG - at three!
Tonight, on the Yanks Go Yard show brought to you by BaldVinny.com, Ricky will recap the Yankees' series in Tampa and look ahead to the start of a 10 game homestand. First up will be the Blue Jays. Kyle Franzoni from Jays Journal joins Ricky in breaking down the pitching matchups and what to watch for at the Bronx this weekend
Join me and my special guest Bernice Dickey this Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 7:00PM CST as we talk about “My #1 is Still My #1.” Bernice Dickey is the author of “My #1 is Still My #1.” This book of journal entries, letters to God, and memories chronicles the difficult journey she traveled to overcome the deaths of her parents and her husband and eldest daughter in two separate car accidents. Step-by-painful-step, Bernice has created a new and much different life of se
1- MLB 1A- Josh Hamilton to the LA Angels. 1B- Are the Yankees to old? 1C- The Mets Trade RA Dickey to the Toronto Blue Jays. 2- Boxing 2A- Nonito Donaire wins over Jorge Arce. 2B- Virgil Hunter trains Ahmir Khan in his bout with Carlos Molina. 2C- Manny and Marquez test negative after their fight for drugs. 2D- Larry Merchant retires. 2E- Sugar Shane returns vs. Paulie Malaginni. 3- Rob Parker's ridiculous comments about Robert Griffin 3 and his blackness. 4- NBA 4A- Derron Williams
Around Citi Live returns to the airwaves as we welcome The 7 Line's Darren Meenan. Meenan, perhaps one of the most notable Mets fans, started his brand in 2010 and has seen himself profiled on CNN, the New York Post, and many other news sources. Perhaps his presence amongst the fanbase was felt most when he hosted The 7 Line Army's first group outing last year in support of R.A Dickey's 20th victory. This year, he'll kick off the season the same way the last one concluded with The 7 Line Army occupying center.
Join us for what promises to be a special interview.
Ladies has stripping ever crossed your mind before? If you could make $1,000 a night stripping would you consider it? In the recent years Stripping has became the new "it" thing for women looking to make fast money that pays the bills. Join my new co-host Sophia Williams and I, Terence Betts as we ask the question: Has Strippiing became a new career choice for women? Show starts this Thursday March, 21st 2013 at 6:30pm on As Real As It Gets radio. Call in at 602-753-1697 to listen by phone or stream the show live from any internet computer device!!!! TUNE IN, YOU DONT WANT TO MISS THIS ONE!!!!
SPECIAL EARLIER START TIME: Gerry in Piscataway joins Dave to break down the AL East. Are the Blue Jays worth the hype and will they be heavy favorites for the Division? What will Bautista, Reyes, Dickey, Rasmus, Lind and the rest bring to the table? Then a look at the other teams, the injury plagued Yankees, the soul seraching Red Sox, the slowly Eroding Rays, and the wunderkind Orioles. How much of the Orioles' success last year was luck-based. Can any momentum carry over to this season despite a below-average pitching staff? THEN in Hour 2, Kevin re-joins Dave for "Random Questions" where we count down to the NCAA Tournament's 2nd Round, plus thoughts on baseball and other topics.