SORT BY Relevancy
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles, Clayton and Brandon discuss the racing that took place today at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway; and how Jeff Gordon becomes only the third driver in the history of NASCAR to reach the 90 win plateau. How Jeff got there, and of course our attaboys, and much more about the Crown Royal Presents the John Wayne Walding 400 @ the Brickyard.
Also, before the race, some big Silly Season news broke about Roush Fenway Racing. The worst kept secret in the garage area, Carl Edwards will officially be leaving the organization at the end of the 2014 season.
Edwards destination is believed to be Joe Gibbs Racing, but will not officially be announced until September.
Jack Roush has officially announced his driver lineup for 2015, and sponsor lineup as well. Clayton and Brandon will discuss what this move means for Roush Fenway Racing going forward.
Episode 28 Mon-December 3, 2012 8:30pm EST
This week's episode we give you one more small helping, let's call it a final side dish for the 2012 World's Toughest Mudder. I got a chance to speak with Bryce Wilk, a great competitor and a humble man. At lap 6 of WTM, he was one hour AHEAD of Jungyong Pak. Listen in to hear how his strategy ultimately failed and what he learned.
I also got a chance to talk to Todd Sedlak. The man who can't say no to a challenge. Even weeks after breaking an ankle, he was the only participant to run at the Spartan Fenway Park event and complete one lap at World's Toughest Mudder. This gives us a great chance to segueway from WTM to Fenway. Having a successful event in an enclosed environment like a stadium or dome is a game changer for obstacle racing. You'll her Todd's thoughts on that and a few other things.
Then Shaun Provost is going to call in to talk about her Fenway experience. She was the first place female finisher that weekend. She is also a recent age group top finisher in several other events and one of the few and proud Ultra Beast finishers.
As always, the chatbox is live so join in to ask questions or just be around other like minded folks. So jump on in!
A team of sixteen Fenway High School students will tour the Mississippi Delta with Antoinette Harrell and Ines Soto, founders of Gathering of Hearts, to gain a deeper understanding of the history of poverty in the United States. We will expose the students to the reality of daily life in rural communities from the point of view of the descendants of slaves, still living in poverty. For the past three months Gathering of Hearts founders has been working with teacher and trip coordinator Lisette Castillo to organize this poverty awareness trip with the students. Please join host Antoinette Harrell as special guest Ines Soto, co-founder of Gathering of Hearts and Lisette Castillo, Educator at Fenway High School for an upcoming discussion.
Second Segement: Please join host Antoinette Harrell and special guest Wessam Al-badry a Iraqi-American photo jounalist. He will discuss FISHING FOR HOPE a documentary that follows photographer Wesaam Al-Badry as he journeys back home for the first time to see what’s happened to his extended family and others in the marshes of southern Iraq.
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles, we discuss the changes taking place in qualifying in the Xfinity/Nationwide Series for 2015 and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series as well. The top-25/30 rule is now gone ,and qualifying will be similar to that of the Sprint Cup Series. We'll talk about whether or not this is a good move for these series, and the other things that will go into these changes as well.
Stewart-Haas Racing will make a crew chief swap between the number 10 and the number 41 teams. Tony Gibson, current crew chief of Danica Patrick will be moving to Kurt Busch following this weekend's race in Martinsville. Daniel Knost, Kurt Busch's current cc will move to the 10 of Danica as well. We'll discuss what this means for both drivers, and Stewart-Haas Racing as a whole.
Penalties we NOT handed down Tuesday as we all originally thought, with the number 31 team at Richard Childress Racing and driver Ryan Newman. It was sort of strange from the beginning as Newman's team didn't really have a reason to cheat, but still got caught with an infraction. We'll talk about why the team wasn't handed a penalty, and how much of a relief this is for RCR.
Cheez-It has resigned with Roush Fenway Racing and will sponsor the number 16 car with Greg Biffle in 2015. Roush has sold a lot of sponsorship so far, and we'll discuss how important that is for their team.
Also, as always on our Wednesday show, we have this week in NASCAR history as we once again go back 25 years, to October 22, 1989 as Mark Martin wins his first career race for Roush Racing, and it was the first win for Roush as a team owner as well. We'll discuss the siginifcane of this win, and how it propelled Roush.
Also, our picks to make it through this round of the chase, and into the Championship race at Homestead.
It's your favorite weekly hour-ish of semi-intelligent Red Sox babble! Matt and Brendan are back and they're talking about Chris Capuano who represents the beginning of the end of the Red Sox dynasty, Fenway Park and how it's cramped seats and small press area represents the end of the world as we know it, and sports talk radio which is simply the end of civilization. It's an rousing and somewhat silly episode of the Over The Monster Podcast!
Sam Hornish, Jr. has been named the driver of the number 9 at Richard Petty Motorsports for 2015 and beyond. Hornish has signed a mult-year deal for the team, and gets the ride over the likes of David Ragan and Corey LaJoie. We'll discuss whether or not RPM made the right hire, and what lead to them picking Hornish over the others.
This week in NASCAR history, we go back to October 8, 2006 at Talladega Superspeedway, when Brian Vickers, who was leaving Hendrick Motorsports at season's end, makes contact with teammate, Jimmie Johnson, who then collected Dale Earnhardt Jr, propelling Vickers to his first ever NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win, and to some controversy that would live on forever in the hearts of race fans.
Crew chief changes at Front Row Motorsports will take place, effective immediately. Frankie Kerr, who was cc for the number 38 car and driver, David Gilliland. Jay Guy, who was working for Gilliland's teammate, David Ragan, will come over to take the place of Kerr. Competition Director, Derrick Finley will take over for Guy for the time being, as they look for a replacement for Guy to fill in that void.
Also, moving on to Nationwide Series news, Ryan Reed has resigned with Roush Fenway Racing and his sponsor, Lilly Diabetes will return in a multi-year deal with the organization in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
Also, some more sad news out of the garage area, as Fox Sports commentator, Steve Byrnes will take a leave of absence once again as his cancer has returned. Byrnes took a leave in the middle of 2013 to battle cancer and was successfully treated.
Also, our picks to win at Charlotte Motor Speedway; as we preview the Bank of America 500.
On tonight's show, we talk about the Geico 500 today at Talladega SuperSpeedway. Brad Keselowski wins, and moves on in the chase. Dale Earnhardt, Jr, Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne all get eliminated after the race ended.
We'll discuss the race, our attaboys, and also break down the season and the days for the drivers who got eliminated from the chase, and also the ones who will move on in the chase as well, as we head to the Eliminator Round, with Martinsville, Texas and Phoenix.
Ryan Newman's number 31 car fails post race inspection after today's race. It's believed to be a 15 point penalty, which we won't know until Tuesday. We will see if this point penalty is signifcant enough to effect Newman's chase hopes.
Richard Petty Motorsports is moving their race shop. The team is currently housed across the street from Roush Fenway Racing, and now will be moving to a facility that is closer to Team Penske, not Roush Fenway Racing. Rumors have the team aligning with Penske. We'll talk about the significance of this move as well.
Dominic Aragon, from TheRacingExperts.com will join the show, and give his opinion as well on these topics.
Packed show tonight, and we hope that you enjoy it.
The House On Cliff is a high energy, feel-good rock band from Boston, MA. Their mission is to bring rock and roll back to the masses. They are currently on three national tours, adding new stops everyday! Chad Michael Jervis (Bass/Lead Vocals) and Charles Coleman (Guitar/Vocals) met while studying at Berklee College of Music and the rest was history. Their first EP hits ears November 2014, a mix of groovable rock tunes produced by the masterful Dan Whittemore, recorded at The Madden Bros Studio in Los Angeles, CA. Although The House On Cliff is a fairly new band (Est. Sept 2013) in the past year they have been on three national tours, the most recent being The ABC's Of Style Mall Tour (Sponsored by Simon Malls and Teen Vogue) performing alongside teen sensation IM5. The House On Cliff has also performed at some spectacularly noteworthy venues such as: The Troubadour (Los Angeles, CA), The Bottom Of The Hill (San Francisco, CA), The Mint (Los Angeles, CA), The Middle East (Cambridge, MA), The Red Room @ Cafe 939 (Boston, MA), World Cafe Live @The Queen (Wilmington, DE), The Nile Theater (Phoenix, AZ), Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, PA), CollegeFest @Fenway Park (Boston, MA) and they recently opened for Peter Frampton and The Doobie Brothers at the Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion (Gilford, NH). The moment The House On Cliff hits the stage their goal is to make you fall in love with the beautifully ferocious beast that is rock and roll. Whether it be your first time or hundredth, no matter your age, they want you to know that rock and roll is not just for some, it is for everyone. Call in and talk to them LIVE......Peace.Love.Rock and Roll
1. As a teen, Brecken Chinn came to embrace her German heritage exploring the "big sound" of European synth pop music. Years later, this Curry Communication professor discovered something surprising about herself as she fell in love with the fusion of the Asian Underground.
2. As a child, Melissa Anyiwo grew up in Great Britain with expectations about how she would live as a Nigerian immigrant, but then she discovered the fantasy of America and defied those expectations. This Curry Politics and History Professor reveals who she truly is through Nine Inch Nails.... Shhhhhhh - don't tell anyone because it's a secret!
3. With roots in Old School Hip-Hop, Kylerr Bucano listens to positive messages from his favorite artists. He likes maintaining a positive attitude to help the people around him feel better. This Curry Senior reveals the unique origin of his life in Hip-Hop.
4. As a child, Jeff Lemberg wanted to prove himself. He found inspiration in the theme song to a classic movie and in the music of Red Sox baseball at Fenway Park. This Curry Communication professor discovered something about the impact of music on his daughters when they were infants.
5. Great music always puts David Miller into a spiritual trance. This Curry librarian and professor has become a passionate fan of artists, discovering something surprising about what makes music great.
6. Alan Frank listened to the first music of Rock and Roll, from Doo-Wop and Elvis Presley to The Beatles. This music historian and manager of WMLN radio station at Curry College discovered something about his unique love of music.
7. Allan Hunter dealt with grief by listening to Beethoven's 3rd Symphony. This Curry English professor discovered his passion for great literature by listening to Jimi Hendrix and Cream. He harbors a secret fantasy life about his love for music....
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Series Preview Show, brought to you by Knoda.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler looks back at the first three games of the Orioles-Yankees series as the season comes to a close. Ricky will recap Michael Pineda's dominant outing from Monday night's win and the great homestand that Derek Jeter is having during the final few games of his Yankees' career.
Then, Sean Sylver, co-editor of BoSox Injection, joins the show to look ahead to the final series of the season at Fenway Park. What have been Sean' first impressions of Rusney Castillo in the first few games of his major league career? With both teams missing the postseason, we will look at what the Red Sox #1 priority should be this winter and whether or not Boston should be targeting Brandon McCarthy in free agency to help their rotation next year. Finally, what does Sean expect from the Fenway crowd in Derek Jeter's final three games of hte season. Would Boston be upset if Derek didn't play in those games?
You can voice your opinion during the LIVE show by calling us at: (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow
We are LIVE from historic Fenway Park in Boston Mass. The Red Sox are playing The Angels and Im a Yankee Fan. Did Brock Lesnar Conquer John Cena? Do the Yankees have a chance to play baseball in October? Are you ready for some football? Well we flew in this morning and boy are my arms tired.
Reaction to the weekend's hottest sports topics, including the Red Sox getting swept by the Brewers, the Bruins clinching the East, and yes, WrestleMania 30. Plus, a look ahead to this week's Red Sox series with the Rangers, and a prediction for the National Championship game. Listen every weekday on iTunes.
Join Host Live Chats
- High Frequency Radio Network (38 chatters)
- Ring of Fire Ministries (16 chatters)
- Jay King Network (10 chatters)
- Clay Douglas (6 chatters)
- ARC Studies (5 chatters)
- Tracey and Friends (5 chatters)
- The Gridiron Studs Show (4 chatters)
- christianpsychicbrendabradshaw (4 chatters)
- Cynthia Andrews (3 chatters)
- Indie Books (3 chatters)
- Coach Cafe (2 chatters)
- Joyce BarrieFriends (2 chatters)
- PA Independent Living (2 chatters)
- TonyWolfPaw (2 chatters)
- Purposed for Godliness (1 chatters)
- The Networking Diva Hour (1 chatters)
- Trust Your Journey (1 chatters)
- Business Credit Radio (1 chatters)
- Charlotte View Internet Radio (1 chatters)
- WGAG Radio (0 chatters)