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This is it, our last show on BlogTalk! Starting next week, North American Harness Update will broadcast from SRN Mediaworks at its normal time! To close off the BlogTalk season, a special showtime of 9 a.m. EDT/6 a.m. PDT! The Young Jedi Ray Cotolo and GoCashKing Garnet Barnsdale will discuss the Canadian Trotting Classic, William Wellwood, Peaceful Way and Milton Pace finals at Mohawk. Also on the agenda are the PASS-freshmen finals at Harrah's Philadelphia, Reynolds divisions at Tioga and the final of the Bobby Quillen Memorial.
We have the regular season finale of North Brunswick Raiders Football, when the Raiders head up to Piscataway to take on the Chiefs in a GMC Red Division contest.
In our pregame report(starting at 6:30 PM Eastern time), we speak to both Raiders head coach Mark Zielinski and to assistant coach Joe Porter in a two-part interview.
In part one, we talk to Coach Porter about making the transition from his time in the NFL with the Saints, Packers, and finally, from the Oakland Raiders to the North Brunswick Raiders.
In part two at halftime, we talk to Joe about his time in the NFL, and what life is really like as a professional football player.
North Brunswick Raiders Football on the King James Radio Network is sponsored by the North Brunswick Baseball & Softball Association at www.nbbsa.com.
The NAHU team has returned after taking a week off from the Grand Circuit action! Join The Young Jedi Ray Cotolo and GoCashKing Garnet Barnsdale as their focus heads to the Great White North, specifically Mohawk. The Grand Circuit makes its next pitstop at Mohawk and along with it comes the Metro, She's A Great Lady and Canadian Pacing Derby eliminations this Saturday. The day of leisure now has an added thrill, as harness action this Sunday is highlighted by stakes action at Vernon and Tioga Downs, with the Miss Versatility at Tioga and the Zweig Memorial at Vernon. Hour two will be controlled by Historical Correspondent Freddy Hudson and his gang. The action kicks off at 9pmEDT/6pmPDT.
Author, poet, dream interpreter, psychotheapist and mother June O'Brien has done it again. In the second book of her trilogy, "The Blue Child Series" she has knocked it out of the park with "The North Road." The series is about three mature Native American sisters who have adventures in time and space and the mystical realms which will keep you on the edge of your seat. "The North Road" is a comtemporary version of the age-old battle between dark and light, and this book is hard to put down. I cannot wait to read the third one, which is as yet unwritten.
A native Oklahoman, June lives near Seattle and is a member of the Nansemond tribe.
If you liked Lynn Andrews books, you will love June O'Brien's. June tells her stories with the voice of authenticity, as she is a Native American herself.
Available on Amazon and Kindle.
Website: The Blue Child Series
Tom North is one of the eight North children, who together with the ten Beardsley children, became the family which was featured in the 1968 film, “Yours, Mine and Ours” starring Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda, and again in the 2005 version starring Rene Russo and Dennis Quaid. The book begins in the 1950s on Whidbey Island, Washington, where Tom’s mother, Helen North, became a widow when she was just 30 years old and pregnant with her eighth child. Tom was six years old, the fourth child in the North family. Not long after, Helen North met and married Frank Beardsley, a man with 10 children, and she moved her family to his house in Carmel, California. The North children were adopted and their names were changed to Beardsley. But, it wasn’t one big happy family as the movie depicted. The stepfather’s violence, abuse, and evensexual abuse created a life of intimidation, confusion, turmoil, fear and depression for the North children. All hope seemed lost as Tom realized that he was caught in a prison and there was no way out. When he finally left home, he traveled on a journey of survival, self-discovery, and healing.Years later, Tom miraculously led his family in counseling sessions where shocking truths were revealed. He then came full circle as he reclaimed his father’s name and was finally, True North. For more information about this inspirational story, please visit: http://truenorthbytomnorth.com
On a special live broadcast of North Brunswick Raiders girls volleyball, we are at the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament, where the Lady Raiders stand at 13-6, winners of six straight, and are the #3 seed in the tournament. Head coach Jim Biolsi leads a talented group into play, including Cassie Luken, Zoey Woody, libero(defensive specialist) Emily Mercedes, and 6'2" middle blocker Nnenna Ibe.
North Brunswick will host the Lady Rams of Wardlaw-Hartridge, led by head coach Stephen Brandenberg.
We are live at North Brunswick Township High School on this original broadcast of the King James Radio Network.
We are live from Steve Libro Field in North Brunswick with the final home game of the regular season, when the North Brunswick Raiders battle the Sayreville Bombers in some high school football action.
Sayreville running back Myles Hartsfield comes to town after a 355-yard, four touchdown performance against Piscataway last week.
As always, it all starts with the North Brunswick Raiders Pregame Show at 6:30 PM Eastern time, which includes interviews with Raiders head coach Mark Zielinski, and running backs/defensive backs coach Ed Breheney.
A special show is planned for tonight! From WEG, Ken Middleton and Greg Gangle will call in to talk to The Young Jedi Ray Cotolo about this weekend's upcoming eliminations for the North America Cup. The two will also talk about happenings at Mohawk during the course of their meeting and so on so forth. The Jedi will also take a look at other eliminations on the card, including the Fan Hanover and Goodtimes Trot. The show tonight starts at 6pmEDT/5pmCDT
It is time for homecoming at NBTHS, as North Brunswick will take on J.P. Stevens in a midseason contest from Steve Libro Field at North Brunswick Township High School, live on the King James Radio Network.
North Brunswick knocked off J.P. Stevens(1-2) on the road, 33-21 last season to pick up their first win. Can the 0-4 Raiders do it again?
As for the Hawks of J.P. Stevens, they will try to recover from a 42-7 loss at the hands of Sayreville last week - and, gain a little revenge on the Raiders from one year ago.
It all starts with the North Brunswick Raiders Pregame Show at 6:30 PM Eastern time, which includes our pregame report with Raiders head coach Mark Zielinski, as well as part one of a two-part conversation with Greg Tufaro of the Home News Tribune, with part two being at halftime.
Don't forget - we will have our Nino's Pizza Player of the Game, win, lose, or draw.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* IRS agents met with White House officials155 times before abusing their power over the Tea Party
* A cyclone hits Orissa India driving 500,000 people out of their homes
* 20,000 political prisoners in North Korea have disappeared and are likely dead.
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