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Tonight on Open Mike, Michael Cohen talks about the suspension of Mets closer Jenrry Mejia. What does it mean for the Mets, an should the Mets take matters into their own hands? We also review the frist weekend of baseball action from the Yankees-Red Sox 19 inning marathon and more. Tune in and call us (773) 897-6156.
In the "No-han" edition, we recap the one game the Mets have played so far this year. And it was good (mostly!). Jeffrey waxes about BARTYOLO, Greg picks out a pet for Wilmer Flores, and we consider the future of a Mets bullpen sans Jenrry Mejia. There is also an extra long Swedish soccer segment to help pad this out, because again, the Mets have only played one game. But hey, there is an extra long live show to look forward to this weeked at Foley's on West 33rd in Manhattan!
The Roman Show welcomes C.J. Pierce of Drowning Pool who will be on tour in Florida, producer of Generation Iron Edwin Mejia and Miami fighter Haender "Cubita" Rodriguez who competes at House of Fame March 13. Find out how to win your way in to HOF.
Pierce is on tour and his band will perform the entire Sinner alubm live on tour. He talks about touring, Dave Williams and more.
Mejia formed part of the production team behind Generation Iron. He speaks about going in depth into the lives of bodybuilders who are competing for the Mr. Olympia.
Plus, Rodriguez returns to action after a two year absence. Hear his story.
One week is down. 7-8 games are “in the books.” Just 154 games to go . . . and already some improbable things have taken place and we’re talking about here on Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters program with Frat House Mike and this week’s “Frat Boys” Sean and Nick.
They’re joined early to commiserate about the challenges of being a fan of one of the worst teams in MLB by Minnesota Twins Baseball Insider and frequent contributor to KTWN 96.3-FM, Brandon Warne.
The Josh Hamilton story continues to swirl and more people weigh-in heavily against the management of the Los Angeles Angels; Barry Bonds shows some love to Alex Rodriguez (3 – 2 – 1 -- *hurl*); and, don’t look now but PED’s are back in the news and even MLB doesn’t know why!
Frat House Mike’s Screw-Ball Stories – Frat House Sports’ Series Streak Challenge . . . and much more.
How much more? Well how about YOU, some peanuts, Cracker Jack . . . and your phone calls at 347 – 826 – 9964 with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.
The "Living Legend" Joe Gallina reveals his strategy for success for your fantasy baseball team for week 2. Listen in as he gives you his interpretation of week 1 in MLB. He's got lineup advice, he'll tell you how he thinks you should play the waiver wire and he'll provide you with a few sleepers you should know about.
This interview takes a closer look at the 2015 Queer Latin@ Arts & Film Festival (LQAFF). The festival is dedicated to showcasing the stories of Trans| Queer | and two spirited Latin@s through film | visual arts | and music.
Guest | Karla Legaspy | Jon Imparato
Host | Xavier Mejia
Special Co-Host | Zoey Luna
Our host, Xavier Mejia, sits down to talk with queer artist, Karen Anzoategui (from Ser), about new project: Catholic School Daz. David Flores, from the Wall Las Memorias Project, joins us to discuss a new POZ group starting up in the heart of Highland Park, Ca. Featured music from LGBT Hero Awards recipient 'La Voz De Oro' and Giovanni Aguayo.
The LGBT Hero Awards launches their very own radio station with BlogTalkRadio: LGBT Hero Awards Talk Radio. The LGBT Hero Awards Talk Radio is a listener-funded progressive station that interviews guest from the world of entertainment, art and community, politics, public health, and business. The launch show will air live on Friday, March 13, 2015 from 8PM to 9PM (PST). Featured Musical Artist: La Voz De Oro and Giovanni Aguayo. Host: Xavier Mejia. Joined by: 2014 LGBT Youth Hero of the Year, Zoey Luna. Many special guest...
Looking at transphobia & homophobia through the art of theatre. John Copeland discusses the re-mount of "Anita Bryant's Playboy Interview" (A Big Queen Production), directed by Paul Stein, sound design by Ron Klier, costumes by Jonathan Bryant, adapted by Robert Whirry and John Copeland. With John Copeland as Anita Bryant, Stephen Simon as Ken Kelley, Madelynn Fattibene as Playboy's Playmate of the Month. Playing LIVE at The Cavern Club Theater - starting Friday, March 20, 2015.
Also, a talk with the cast of Under My Skin (by the Akabal Theatre in association with the Macha Theatre), written by Emanuel Loarca, Fernanda Milán, and Victoria García Peña, directed and produced by Emanuel Loarca, choreographed by Beatriz Eugenia Vasquez. Executive Producer: Laura Figueroa. The cast includes the talents of Ludo Vika, Daniel Galo, Isabella Cascarano, Mariluz Acosta, Delante McCreary, Anhel Jacobo Pulido and Leo Vargas. Playing March 26 - April 30, 2015.
Featured Episode Music: GRAMMO SUSPECT AKA MTETEZI WA RAIA
Jay Lonewolf (website) Monochromatic Painter and
Apache Language Scholar with:
Jimmy TenRivers-Membreno Apache Sundancer
Medicine Sky Woman is founder of Angel to Angel Network (website)
She says: "The Master’s Hand is a comparison between man and horse and our relationship with our Creator God. What is learned is that as time progresses, the student will see how the Creator calls us, and then takes us through steps to bring us into HIS will and a relationship with HIM."
Tomas Mejia and Jennifer Garcia Rosendo (2nd Year Buell Fellow) are members of the ECE Committee for the State Advisory Committee for Parent Involvement in Education (SACPIE). Tomas and Jennifer will be joined by guest Alberto Torres and a few parents to share insights into some of the work that SACPIE has striven to implement statewide. Learn why the group is passionate about supporting parent involvement from Pre-K through Higher Education. Please join these guests to hear more about the impact of parent engagement on children’s success in school and how the legislature has enacted statues to improve student achievement statewide. The show is hosted by Sofia Esteve-Sychla, 1st Year Buell Fellow and passionate advocate for parent involvement in education.