• 00:30

    643 DP Radio Sam Fischer

    in Sports

    Show #3


    643 DP Radio Presenting Sponsor: Get Your Fast


    Sportz Rocker Hotline: Sportz Rocker


    Coach Palmer Social Media: Facebook , Twitter


    Fischer concluded her stellar career in a Lion uniform in 2012... first four-time First Team All-PCSC selection in school history... first All-American in school history... left LMU ranked No. 1 in the Lions' career record book in home runs (65), RBIs (172), total bases (495), batting average (.387), slugging percentage (.786), on-base percentage (.494), runs scored (184), doubles (52) and walks (127)... went on to earn a roster spot on Team USA in the summer of 2012...


    EXPERIENCE
    2012 World Cup Champion
    2012 ISF World Championship Silver Medalist

    AT LOYOLA MARYMOUNT
    2012 Second Team NFCA All-American
    2012 PCSC Coastal Division Player of the Year
    2012 Unanimous First Team PCSC
    2011 First Team All-PCSC
    2010 PCSC Coastal Division Co-Player of the Year
    2010 First Team All-PCSC
    2009 Second Team All-PCSC


    Fischer on Twitter 

  • 00:30

    Sports Talks With Jourdan and DP

    in Sports

    Join us tonight on Sports Thoughts with Jordon and DP. Tonight of course the previous NFL games and MLB Free Agency. OF course you are invited to cal in with your thoughts as wellN

  • 00:26

    643 DP Radio Ryan Wigley AC UVU

    in Sports

    Episode #4


    Sportz Rocker Hotline: Sportz Rocker


    Coach Palmer Social Media: Facebook , Twitter


    Ryan Wigley comes to Utah Valley following a year at Division II Colorado Mesa and consecutive years at Division III California Lutheran University. Wigley held the top assistant coaching role at both schools, serving as the recruiting coordinator, hitting coach, infield coach (CMU), and outfield coach (CLU).


    Prior to joining the Regals at CLU, Wigley was a hitting, outfield, and catching coach at Taft Junior College where he coached four student-athletes to First Team All-Conference honors, and another who was named All-American.


    In 2010, he also coached his Player's Edge 18-U Elite team to a California state gold medal as a head coach, a position he held from 2008-10. In past summers Wigley managed Players Edge, an 18-U travel team from the Granada Hills California area that won 2 of 5 tournaments they competed in.


    Wigley was a member of the California Baptist University baseball team for three seasons after transferring after one season at College of the Sequoias where he played baseball for one season.


    At Cal Baptist, Wigley's name can be found on multiple occasions in the program's record book as he holds the top spot in career games played, walks, stolen bases, assists, on-base percentage, and sacrifice hits. He graduated from Cal Baptist with a degree in Kinesiology.

  • 00:26

    643 DP Radio Debut Show

    in Sports

    643 DP Radio Presenting Sponsor: Get Your Fast


    Sportz Rocker Hotline: Sportz Rocker


    Coach Palmer Social Media: Facebook , Twitter


    Patti Gerckens is currently in her 22nd season in charge of the UC San Diego softball program in 2014.  The winningest head coach in program history, Gerckens has led the Tritons to three straight NCAA postseason berths, beginning with back-to-back school-record 45-win seasons and appearances in the Division II championship game, the first of which brought UCSD its first softball title in 2011. The Tritons finished as national runners-up in her milestone 20th campaign in 2012.  Coach Gerckens Tritons

  • 00:30

    643 DP Radio Coach Jessica Hancock

    in Sports

    Show #2


    643 DP Radio Presenting Sponsor: Get Your Fast


    Sportz Rocker Hotline: Sportz Rocker


    Coach Palmer Social Media: Facebook , Twitter


    Entering her fifth season as the Tigers' pitching coach, Hancock joined Pacific's coaching staff prior to the 2010 season after finishing her pitching career at UC Davis in 2009. In four seasons guiding the Tigers' pitching staff, Hancock has helped put the Pacific in the top-three of the Big West in every important pitching category.  In 2013, the Tigers' finished third for the third-consecutive season with a 2.87 ERA, again better than the previous season, while Pitcher Nikki Armagost was named to her fourth conseuctive All-Big West first team.  Coach Hancock Tigers

  • 01:59

    BLACK POWER!.....REALLY?

    in Entertainment

    The 1960's and 70's was a time that Black America was smack dab in the middle of the Civil Rights Movement and striving for equal rights. Many were killed daily trying to achieve something that should have been given to them much soon, BASIC AND CIVIL RIGHTS.


    So in the middle of all ot this unrest. At the height of Black and White inequality, some of our most prominant Black entertainers women and men were in romantic relationships with white people. A time when Black women can be raped by a white man who will be arrested but only as a formality. He will get a slap on the wrist and sent on his merry way. A time when a White woman has only to SAY she was raped by a black man and he would be beaten with an inch of his life if not killed.


    So in the midst of all of this, one of the most sucessgul Black entertainers of the time decides whille making a guest apperance on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, that he is going to tell a young woman who happens to be white to give him oral compilations in the Green Room moments before he goes out to meet Johnny.....and she does.


    Let's talk about it tonight on DP RADIO XL

  • 02:00

    CULTURAL EXCHANGE VS CULTURAL APPROPRIATION

    in Entertainment

    The United States has long been known as a melting pot and, more recently, as a salad bowl. Because people from hundreds of different ethnic backgrounds make up the nation’s population, it’s not surprising that at times cultural groups rub off on each other. Americans who grow up in diverse communities may pick up the dialect, customs and religious traditions of the cultural groups that surround them.


    Cultural appropriation is  an entirely different matter, however. It has little to do with one’s exposure to and familiarity with different cultures. Instead, cultural appropriation typically involves members of a dominant group exploiting the culture of less privileged groups--often with little understanding of the latter’s history, experience and traditions. Accordingly, socially aware people tend to frown upon this phenomenon.


    “Borrowing” is a key component of cultural appropriation. In the 1950s, for example, white musicians borrowed the musical stylings of their black counterparts. Because African Americans weren’t widely accepted in U.S. society at that time, record executives chose to have white recording artists replicate the sound of black musicians. This led to musical forms such as rock-n-roll being largely associated with whites in spite of the fact that black musicians were pioneers of the artform. This move also had financial consequences, as many of the black musicians who helped pave the way for rock-n-roll’s success never saw a dime for their contributions to the music form.


    Let's talk about cultural appropriation as it affects pop culture today. Join tomorrow, October 1 on DP RADIO XL at 8pm

  • 02:32

    A SYSTEM CANNOT FAIL THOSE IT WAS NEVER BUILT TO PROTECT (FERGUSON/AMERICA

    in Entertainment

    The biggest crime in the U.S. criminal justice system is that it is a race-based institution where African-Americans are directly targeted and punished in a much more aggressive way than white people.


    Saying the US criminal system is racist may be politically controversial in some circles. But the facts are overwhelming. No real debate about that. Below I set out numerous examples of these facts.


    The question is - are these facts the mistakes of an otherwise good system, or are they evidence that the racist criminal justice system is working exactly as intended? Is the US criminal justice system operated to marginalize and control millions of African Americans?


    The police stop blacks and Latinos at rates that are much higher than whites. In New York City, where people of color make up about half of the population, 80% of the NYPD stops were of blacks and Latinos. When whites were stopped, only 8% were frisked. When blacks and Latinos are stopped 85% were frisked according to information provided by the NYPD. The same is true most other places as well. In a California study, the ACLU found blacks are three times more likely to be stopped than whites.


    Coinsidence? Or is this just the way the system is set up?


    Let's talk about it

  • 02:27

    LIVING AND/OR WORKING WITH YOUR EX!!!

    in Entertainment

    Everyone knows breaking up is hard to do. But staying in contact with your ex following a breakup? That’s where things get really tricky. By remaining in each other’s lives, you run the risk of a post-breakup rendezvous, holding onto feelings for your ex, and in general delaying your ability to heal and move on quickly (and without additional heartache).


    What happens when you are living with your significant other and suddenly you break up? Does one person move out? Do they both move out? Or because of convenience and economical reasons,they continue to live together?


    What if the romance first blossomed at work? So not only are you still living together but you still have to see each other at work.


    How does this make for a healthy healing process? Or does it?

  • 01:55

    CHOOSE YOUR PARTNER CAREFULLY: Your child's life may depend on it.

    in Entertainment

    The story has a depressingly familiar ring to it. A small child lies near death after being severely beaten and the live-in boyfriend of the biological guardian stands charged with the crime.


    Most statistics show that child abuse by unrelated adults living in the same household as the child is the exception rather than the rule.


    Anecdotally, however, child abuse experts paint a different picture. In single-mother households, in particular, the boyfriend frequently ends up abusing the child, for a simple reason: a failure to bond with the child.


    78 % of Child Deaths investigated by Cuyahoga County in 2008 and 2009 were caused by a mother’s partner; often, the boyfriend or step-father of the child. 



    When choosing your partner, you are not just choosing for yourself. You are choosing for your child, too!  Your partner plays an important role in your child’s life. Choosing the wrong partner can be deadly. 

    Violence affects children from every income level and race.  Each year, thousands of children end up seriously injured or killed nationally. 


    Sometimes, when you are in love, you can miss the warning signs. One of the most important signs to look for is how your child acts when left alone with your partner. Is your child afraid every time you leave? Does he or she cry often? Shake with fear? Has your child begun to show new behaviors like bed-wetting, thumb sucking, being clingy to you, or crying often when you leave the room?

  • 01:58

    No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

    in Entertainment

    Have you ever done something out of the kindness of your heart and regretted it later? Have you ever tried to help someone in need and somehow it turns around and bites you? Have you ever started your day with good intentions and by the end of the day you are bombarded with ridicule and accusations? 


    If your answer to all of the above questions is yes then you are not alone. Far too often many good deeds turn out to be bad ideas for some.


    Join us on Wednesday, August 13, 2014 on DPRADIOXL/blogtalk radio where we will be discussing how NO GOOD DEEDS GO UNPUNISHED. 


    We're sure you will find some humor within the discussion but you will also learn how to think before you do something because all good intentions end up being seen as such.


     

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