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We are announcing the new changes at Forest Academy as we embark on a new chapter in global education. In 2004, our focus was teaching book publishing at a community college following 10 years in the business. After expanding to the seven states of New York and New England with lectures spreading across 18 different subjects, it came time to close that chapter on a high note with accolades and distinctions of success. We embark on a new journey.
After a long bye week, the Doc and the Dogman are back to preview Florida State's game against the Wake Forest Deamon Decons. Shananigans are sure to ensue, but the duo has some serious business to attend! They talk the Noles QB situation, what we can expect from the Noles, and of course, lay out their high stake bet. Tune in!
Forest Whitaker is synonymous with versatility. For more than three decades, the 6’2”, 250-pound actor has been playing characters that ranged from jocks to jazz icons, cops to psychopathic bandits. But in each case, he’s brought a mix of strength and delicacy to the role that would be nearly impossible to come by in any other performer. Oh, and add appreciative of his colleague’s support to that list. “She invited me to dinner when I was doing The Last King of Scotland,” he tells us of Oprah Winfrey, his co-star in Lee Daniel’s The Butler. “I got to know her from there slowly. But working with her on the film, she was so committed. She helped bring our relationship closer together because she’d be right by my side. She’d be holding my hand and rub my back when I was getting ready in the trailer. She said she trusted me as an artist. And the work she was doing was so strong.”
After losing to Duke last weekend, it's back to the drawing board once more for Steve Addazio and the Boston College Eagles. Now at 3-2, they face a pivotal game when they take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at home on Saturday.
Five games into the season, the Eagles are facing so many unanswered questions in the face of mounting injuries. The defense is playing out of its mind, but the offense seems stuck in neutral or, at times, in reverse.
Much of the discussion revolves around the quarterback position. Troy Flutie and Jeff Smith now have two weeks' worth of game experience under their belt, and we still don't know who the full-time signal caller should be. One thing's for sure - we will see two quarterbacks on Saturday.
In order to get into the mind of the coach and go through the progressions of the quarterback mind, we need to pick the brain of an actual quarterback. For that, we turn to one of the all-time Eagle greats - Brian St. Pierre.
Brian St. Pierre was arguably the greatest high school quarterback in the state of Massachusetts. Matriculating to Boston College, he played as a redshirt freshman, rotating in as a sophomore, before becoming a starter in his junior year. Following his BC career, where he finished as a top five passer in school history, he was a fifth round choice of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Now the head coach of St. John's Prep High School, St. Pierre has the task of tutoring young minds to gear up for Friday Night Lights. In his second year as head coach at his alma mater, he's already led SJP to the Division I North Final and has the team poised to replicate last year's success with a 4-0 start and top five ranking in the state of Massachusetts.
So tune in at 8 PM ET and give us a call at 646-200-0446 as we load up on quarterback talk and get ready for #TheRivalry on Saturday!
Please join Sanjay for the first official broadcast of "Beyond The Forest" radio, as he welcomes Mark Curtiss from Michigan to the programme!
Mark Curtiss, a native son of the 'mitten' state, was first exposed to the paranormal by reading books which his mother had left lying around the house. His first book "Passport to Magonia: From Folkore to Flying Saucers" by Jacques Vallée would become the start of a collection of literature on the topic, greatly influencing his thinking on the unknown and the unexplained, to this day.
Mark's active investigations began in 2007; one of his first friends in the community, Gerry Bacon, introduced him to many other investigators and enthusiasts, including "Bigfoot Bob". Additionally, Mark has met and worked with JC Johnson, Brenda Harris,and Raven Meindel. Mark is still actively investigating, with many experiences and encounters he will be sharing on the programme!
John and Dan get together to discuss last week's win over Rhode Island, Eric Dungey's challenges this season and this coming Saturday's matchup with Wake Forest (and of course, beer).
Join Monster X hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson as they sit down with members of the Tillamook Forest Research Group.
The Tillamook Forest Research Group was formed following an audio encounter in the Tillamook State Forest by the daughter of founding member Larry Turner. The T.F.R.G.is dedicated to collecting and processing evidence and data regarding an unrecognized bipedal primate commonly known as "Bigfoot" or "Sasquatch".
Call in number is (347) 326-9859
Gunnar Monson is a long time Bigfoot researcher. A past investigator with the BFRO, he is the Lead Investigator of the Tillamook Forest Research Project as well as a member of The Olympic Project (www.OlympicProject.com) and Bigfootology. He is also the founder of The Sasquatch Coffee Company (www.SquatchCoffee.com)
A native of Scotland, Shane has had an interest in Cryptids since his youth. Fate brought him to Oregon where he dove head first into the subject of Bigfoot. Shane had a sighting in the Mt, Hood National Forest in 2013 which only deepened his passion in his pursuit. He is a core team member of both the T.F.R.G. as well as The Olympic Project (www.OlympicProject.com).
The Hoosier Huddle Trio talk about the Hoosiers moving to 4-0 for the first time since 1990 after the big win at Wake.
On this weeks episode we have the great opportunity to talk with FLW Pro Bard Knight plus Brad will be taking your questions reagrding his great Forest Wood Cup Win. We will also have on Jason Houchins (Buggs Island), Chris Craft (Lake Anna )& Dale Wilson (Smith Mountain Lake) with their lake reports. Plus a look back at our Bass Cast Winners.
“Thousands of forest fires are burning across the United States, Canada and Alaska right now. Some are caused by human negligence while others from natural causes brought on by Mother Nature; all having a devastating affect on the forests and surrounding areas near them. Or do they? While we can see the immediate damage fires leave in their wake, there is life that springs from the ashes and begins the cycle of renewal that has repeated for as long as this planet has been spinning around the sun. In todays show we will examine what is lost and what is gained after a forest has been wiped cleaned by a fire.”
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