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After months of speculation, a welterweight showdown between Danny “Swift” Garcia (31-0, 18KOs) and Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero (33-3-1, 18KOs) has been made official. The announcement came from Garcia’s Instagram account in a post that clarified both the date and venue.
The Haymon managed fighters will meet on January 23 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California in the main event of the first-ever PBC card televised on the FOX network. For the past few months, PBC has produced a weekly card on Fox Sports 1 called Toe-to-Toe Tuesdays, effectively bringing boxing back to Tuesdays and offering up some interesting cards in the process.
It was rumored last month after media speculation began to spill over that PBC would start airing fights on a third national television network – FOX. FOX has had a successful run with the UFC, and it was willing to do the same time-buy deal Haymon has brokered with other networks.
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Our first episode features a brief introduction of the three of us.
Our rags this month:
Rachel goes off on the confusion caused by the technology required to send a kid to school.
Duane takes a swing at his fellow environmentalists for selling fear rather than the benefits of being green.
Stacey, fresh off her citizens' police academy experience, takes on the public's misperceptions about cops.
In our final 15 minutes, each of us talk about what we are reading, watching and listening to right now in a segment we call, "the flow".
We want to thank our friend, local freelance guitarist and composer, Jeff Reeder for providing some great original music used throughout this episode. Check him out at JM Furniture Repair and Restoration in Bonner Springs, KS.
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Welcome to the inaugural episode of Chemjobber Late Night, a two-hour call-in show with Chemjobber and friends. Episode starts 11 PM Eastern, November 27, 2015.
Skid Row Chatter host author Tom Pitts welcomes crime fiction author Todd Robinson to the studio for a LIVE discussion about noir, crime fiction and other topics. TODD ROBINSON (Editor) is the creator and Chief Editor of the multi-award winning crime fiction magazine THUGLIT. His writing has appeared in Blood & Tacos, Plots With Guns, Needle Magazine, Shotgun Honey, Strange, Weird, and Wonderful, Out of the Gutter, Pulp Pusher, Grift, Demolition Magazine, CrimeFactory, All Due Respect, and several anthologies. He has been nominated three times for the Derringer Award, thrice shortlisted for Best American Mystery Stories, selected for Writers Digest's Year's Best Writing 2003, lost the Anthony Award both in 2013 AND 2014, and won the inaugural Bullet Award in June 2011. The first collection of his short stories, DIRTY WORDS and his debut novel THE HARD BOUNCE are now available and his upcoming novel, ROUGH TRADE will be released by Polis Books in 2016.
Skid Row Chatter host Tom Pitts received his education on the streets of San Francisco. He remains there, working, writing, and trying to survive. His novel, HUSTLE, and his novella, Piggyback, are available from Snubnose Press. His new novella, Knuckleball, is out now on One Eye Press. Tom is an acquisitions editor at Gutter Books and editor of the Flash Fiction Offensive. http://tompitts.com
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At the SAP Healthcare Personalized Medicine Symposium in Palo Alto California, Gregg Masters, MPH chats with Professor of Biomedical Data Science and Genetics, Carlos Bustamante, PhD. For more information see: Bustamante Lab.Faculty included:
Bill McDermott – SAP CEO
Carlos D. Bustamante, MD & PhD – Professor of Genetics, Inaugural Chair of the Biomedical Science Department, Stanford University School of Medicine
Dr. David Delaney – SAP’s Chief Medical Officer
Euan Ashley – Associate Professor of Medicine and Genetics, and by courtesy, Pathology & Director, Stanford Clinical Genomics Service
Magnus Peterson, MD & PhD – Specialist in General Medicine and Pain Rehabilitation; Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Uppsala University; Coordinator of Academic Primary Care, Norrtälje TioHundra AB, Karolinska Institute
Dr. Peter Paul Yu, MD – FACP, FASCO Immediate Past President, American Society of Clinical Oncology
Our first guest on this inaugural Talk Network show is one of the world’s top level researchers in geoengineering, Clifford Carnicom (www.carnicominstitute.org). Hear Clifford tell us about what led him into this research, the amazing discoveries he made, and what he has found is actually in what is being sprayed on us and onto the delicate web of life on our planet. We think you will find this discussion with Clifford incredibly important, and will want to help us spread the archive of this show everywhere. Clifford will be back with us to continue with the information that we could not fit into this one visit, and you will definitely want to be there for that show too, hopefully this coming January if things go as planned. Lost Arts Radio has done a number of past shows on geoengineering and will continue to focus on this as one of the key issues and an intentional threat to the existence of life on Earth.
Our second guest on this premier show is singer-songwriter Kate Magdalena Willens, a dedicated activist who uses her music to spread awareness of the lethal threats to the entire biosphere, posed by the geoengineering/bioengineering that is going on via chemical aerosols. Kate began working with the Carnicom Institute in 2012, and will share with us some of what she learned from that experience, that deepened her knowledge of what geoengineering/bioengineering really is. Kate’s music, a blend of protest, folk and pop including Celtic style folk music, can be heard on her website www.katemagdalena.com, or at www.soundcloud.com/katewillens, or on our website www.lostartsradio.com as well as where it is used on some of our actual shows.
Steve Nijjar resides in Woodbridge, Toronto, Canada. As a child he only wanted to do two things in life; play professional soccer and to be a film producer/ actor. In his early soccer career, Steve was coached by the well renowned Dick Howard, former goalkeeper for the Mens' Canadian National Soccer Team and current television commentator for FIFA.After five years of training with Mr. Howard, Steve was sent to England and given the opportunity to try out with various division one clubs. After one year of playing soccer in England, Steve returned to Canada and signed a contract to play goalkeeper for the Toronto Blizzard Soccer Club. He spent three successful seasons as the club's number one keeper.In 1989, Steve left the Blizzard in order to pursue his love for film, specifically as both a producer and actor. He founded his own company, which directly lead to his first starring role in a feature length motion picture - "Final Goal", co-starring Erik Estrada. In addition, Steve served as producer on the film.He went on to produce two more feature length motion pictures; "Safety Zone" & "The Protector". All of his films have proved profitable throughout the world. Steve eventually ventured into owning his own professional soccer franchise; the Brampton Hitmen, part of the Canadian Professional Soccer League. In the club's inaugural season, Steve noticed the league was in dire need of publicity. He approached the league with an idea for a weekly soccer highlight show, which would go on to air on Rogers Cable for four years. Steve also created a documentary based on the Brampton Hitmen. The premise of the documentary was to grant the show's winner with the opportunity to play along side the Brampton Hitmen.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Ann Chinn, Executive Director, Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project (http://www.middlepassageproject.org/)
2. Poets Bonnie Wai-Lee Kwong & Victor Mavedzenge join us to talk about the inaugural, Boundaries without Bars, Free for All/ Freedom for Some: First Saturday Poetry Reading at the Oakland Main Library, 1-2:30 PM, in the Brad Walters Community Room, 125 14th Street
3. Musical Interlude with Bily Harper's Knowlege of Self, with Amiri Baraka; Dwight Trible Ooh Child; Aar Maanta's Deeqa; Karin Allyson's I'm Always Chasing Rainbows.
4. Don Malcolm, curator, "The French Had a Name for It 2: Lovers & Other Strangers," Film Noir Festival Nov. 6-9 at the Roxie in SF
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