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The Low Down and Dirty team was represented well at the 34th Annual Four Crown Nationals. Eric and Whippy drove out to the famous Eldora Speedway to take in the action. Hear all about it on the show along with first hand reports on all the racing.
Striaght off his win at Eldora Speedway Friday night we have Greg Wilson, who lives just 80 miles northwest from the track, held off Rico Abreu and Shane Stewart to win his first career World of Outlaws race at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio.
And we will have another big winner from Saturday night Thomas Meseraull bringing home his first USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car victory at Eldora. T-Mez brought the Amati Racing 66 to victory lane in style and he will be with us to talk all about it.
The Spotlight Studio returns with a new podcast this Saturday on Blogtalkradio.com. On this podcast, we will feature the music of R&B and soul ballader, Alexander O'Neal. Good music and good memories. We go live at 10am est. If you miss the live podcast, don't worry, you can catch it anytime afterward with on demand access. Hope you'll join us!!!!
Here it is folks!!! This weekend is the last race at the famed mile at Syracuse. Since 1972 this fall classic has been the focal point of race teams in the northeast.
One of the people that can say they have been at every Syracuse race since the beginning is the well-known celebrated voice of the Syracuse Mile Mr. Joe Marotta. Joe has called every race at the New York State Fairgrounds since 1972, the first Super Dirt Week. He will bring all the history and great moments of the past Super Dirt Weekends as we take a trip down memory lane with Joe.
Richie Tobias has seen a lot of action at Super Dirt Week in a Modified and a Sprint Car. He will be taking a Silver Crown USAC Sprint Car to the Moodey Mile this year. This Pennsylvania star out of Lebanon was eighth at Syracuse in 2014 and pilots his own creation, a departure from the traditional Silver Crown look. Richie will also be with us to talk about his upcoming promotion at Grandview Speedway "Fall Jamboree" October 31 and November 1st.
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New episode of Wide Open Radio airs Thursday Oct. 8 at 8pm Eastern, featuring hosts Courtney Lambert & Dave Withrow and guest John Shope of Dirty Bird Concepts. John is one of the original pioneers of the big wheel bagger game and most recently has ventured into Victory & Indian custom parts. His ideas are innovative and his style is eccentric. Now is your chance to learn more about John & his company than the magazines and TV shows tell you. Tune in Thursday to hear our real-talk discussion and don’t forget to join us live with your questions by calling (323) 870-4604. Also hear about the latest Baddest Bagger show at Las Vegas Bikefest and we'll talk about what's planned for Daytona Biketoberfest and Arizona Biketoberfest.
Big races coming up so it is time to get hot. One of the drivers starting to gain momentum is Ryan Smith. Ryan won the Jim Ford Classic! $10,000 to win. His 3rd career ASCoC win and 3rd of 2015. We have him on the show and we will talk about beating the best in the business Saturday and his plans for the upcoming big races.
Also on the show we will have Billy Pauch Jr. after his great second place finish in the Grandview 76er. Tune in to find out how Billy got it done in his best finish ever in this epic event.
The famous biographer, James Parton, once referred to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as "Hell with the lid off", but today the city is vibrant, colorful and celebrated.
The Senator John Heinz History Center traces its roots back to 1879, making it the oldest cultural institution in Western Pennsylvania. The museum and research facility presents over 250 years of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania life and it’s quest for storytelling is supported by the affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution. On a recent visit to Pittsburgh we sat down with Brady Smith from the History Center, who shared how Western Pennsylvania helped author some of America’s most compelling historical stories.
Pittsburgh was a main destination of the African-American Great Migration and that southern exodushern exodus produced a cultural mecca in the Hill District. The community inspired playwrights, musicians and Hollywood as it was the setting for the television series “Hill Street bBues”. Marimba Milliones from the Hill Community Development Corporation tells us that remnants of the Hill District’s cultural mosaic during it’s hey-days from 1920 to the 1940s, can be seen today in landmarks that once housed synagogues and other places of worship, and in the architecture of some of the historic structures that accent the community.
Built in 1907 along the Monongahela River, Carrie Furnaces 6 and 7 still stand tall and they offer a rare look into early 19th century iron-making technology. Since the collapse of Pittsburgh’s steel industry in the 1980s, the Carrie Furnaces remain the only non-operative blast furnaces in the area.
Today, World Footprints will explore elements of American history from small towns and historic hotels to Fort Monroe. We'll also visit the shanty town of Mondesa which sits just outside of Swakopmund, Namibia. There we will mingle with the locals and witness how black Namibians are preserving their history and traditions.
Fort Monroe in Virginia has been defending America since 1607 and today it remains the largest stone fortification in the United States. Tour guide Robin Reed gives us the backstory of the Fort's rich history and the important role it has played in American history.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is on a mission to preserve and share all of America's history. We'll share the work the organization is doing and we'll introduce two interesting historic hotels in Washington, DC--the Mayflower and the Morrison-Clark.
Small towns in America are often overlooked as tourist destinations but if you really want to experience real Americana you should go off the beaten path and visit a small town where you can uncover a treasure trove of goodies. Some of the most authentic travel experiences and unique stories can be found in small and rural towns and we will explore a few.
The beach resort of Swakopmund, Namibia is an example of German colonial architecture and culture. However, a majority of the population of Swakopmund lives in settlements that were developed for indigenous black Namibians. We will introduce you to some of the locals we met on a walk through the Mondesa district.
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