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The first four has been decided and we will continue the return of All Subjects Everything with a preview of the NCAA tournament - who will make the Final Four? Who has the best chance to pull off an upset? And the bottom line - can ANYONE beat Kentucky? We will have answers to all of these questions ahead of the most fun time of the year.
Sweet Tea With A Chaser Presents - 2 of the Young Gifted and Published. Tomorrow night, Monday, April 20, 2015. The fun begins at 9:00 p.m. eastern standard time.
@ 9:30 - Valynn A. Sala-Diakanda, Author..
@9:45 - Grown Folks Travel With Alyce
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Celebrity On-Air Host Jonathan Aldridge talks with Major League Baseball World Series Champion Junior Spivey and ex-Major League Baseball Pitcher Dewon Day about the current state of baseball, upcoming TV show "Minor Leage Dreams" (http://minorleaguedreams.com), and a behind the scenes look into life as a "black" baseball player.
Also joining in will be College Baseball Coaching Legend Jason Beck (the ONLY college coach in America to give the Miami Marlins Dee Gordon) an opportunity.
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April 26, 2015 6:30 PM EST
Tune in as the PointClickFish.com Team talks with the 2015 Miami Sportfishing Tournament winners the Eren's Addiction Too Fishing Team. The team of Gil Strelic, Matt Lester, Chris Yob, Eren and Jack Bracewell took home an impresssive $39,350. We will talk with them about the event and the impressive win. The event took place April 23rd - April 25th at the Miami Beach Marina.
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In this speical 90 minute episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will put NFL Free Agency, on hold, and talk about March Madness. The CBS Selection Show, is over, and the field of 68, is set. Your four number one seeds: Kentucky (Midwest), Villanova (East), Duke (South), and Wisconsin (West). Do you agree with the number one seeds?
We will discuss each region, in depth, and let the listeners know who we think we will be advancing to the Final Four. Every year, there will be upsets, in the first round. What 11 and 12 seeds will upset the 5 and 6 seeds? Do you think that any of the 13 - 15 seeds, can pull off a big upset. Will this be the year that a number 16 finally beats a number one seed? We will discuss the West Region at 9:00 PM EST, the South Region at 9:15 PM EST, the East Region at 9:30 PM EST, and the Midwest Region at 9:45 PM EST. Listen in and call the show with your thoughts on this years NCAA Tournament.
junior burchall, M.Ed., is a freelance writer, public speaker, curriculum consultant and Literacy Specialist. He is the founder of the Fihankra Home Academy, an Afrikan-centered homeschool located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A devoted husband, he is also the father of two high-energy, irrepressibly brilliant, Afrikan boys. Burchall is the author of “Freedom’s Flames: Slavery in Bermuda and the True Story of Sally Bassett” and “Dame Lois: The People’s Advocate”. He is currently putting the finishing touches on his latest work, “Look For Me in the Whirlwind: A Story of Marcus Garvey”, tentatively scheduled for release December 2015. Burchall has said of himself, "I am 100% committed to the full liberation of ALL Afrikan people. which means that - if I am not an ethically inconsistent hypocrite and coward of the highest order, that is - I must be similarly unswerving in my advocacy for Afrikans whose lives are under threat because they are what we today would call 'gay', or 'bisexual', or 'transgender', or 'intersex' or 'lesbian', or 'queer'"
This topic is currently consuming much of the real estate of public discourse regarding black people getting free. The host, Cree, and Mr. burchall have not always seen eye-to-eye on matters pertaining to it. But, neither has she seen eye-to-eye on the topic with other black people passionate on the other side of it. Because Cree has admiration for Mr. burchall's courage, sincerity, and intellectual rigor, she thinks this is a conversation from which she and/or the listeners will learn something significant. The goal of this conversation is to bring clarity to the questions and the answers about the best known (codified) ways to think, speak, and/or act in regard to "LGBTQ" matters and people in order to expedite black people's freedom.
#186: Lonni Alameda, Head Coach, Florida State Softball, joins TCRS to recap the 2015 FSU Regular Season and discuss the upcoming ACC Tournament which will be May 7-9, at Virginia Tech. The (1) Noles will face (8) Boston College Thursday in Game 1. The championship game on Saturday, May 9, will air on ESPN at 1:00 p.m. ET. Coach Alameda Twitter, FSU Twitter, FSU Facebook, FSU Instagram.
Continued Coverage of the Tournament final Jamaica vs India
#185: Crystal Rosenthal, Head Coach, Concordia Irvine, visits TCRS. The Eagles finished the regular season ranked 3rd in the nation and 1st overall in the GSAC at (20-4) and are set to host the conference tournament and looking to defend their 2014 GSAC Conference Tournement Title starting tomorrow and running through May 2. 2015 is Coach Rosenthal's seventh season at the helm for the Eagles and the team has had a winning record each of her first seasons with at least 50 wins in each of the last three. In 2013, the Eagles won the NAIA National Championship after going (52-3). Coach Rosenthal on Twitter, Eagles Twitter, Eagles Facebook.
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