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Join Celia in Vermont and Bob in Kentucky for the daily commute show.
They take a 20-30 minute commute every Monday thru Thursday to get Bob to work.
Subject matter can be interesting and informative . . but slso zany.
Historical Events, Famous World Landmarks, Politics, Presidents, Family History, Gangsters, World Wars, Pets, Weather, TV eries - -Boardwalk Empire, Mad Men , Downton Abbey, . . . Bernie for President?
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Ed DeRosa of TwinSpires.com & Danny Zucker of Predicteform.com discuss this year's Kentucky Derby from a numbers perspective, touching on everything from who can win, who can't win, and who they expect to be on the pace.
For FREE Brisnet.com Past Performances of the Kentucky Derby, CLICK HERE.
For further discussion of these topics from the Predicteform perspective, CLICK HERE.
NYC City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito will be Riding The Wave this week, joining host and The Wave's Managing Editor Mark Healey to talk about a variety of issues that concern Rockaway; includeding the City Council response to the Mayor's preliminary Budget; including the push for more NYPD, the child care vouchers to support working families and her recent visit to the peninsula.
Kentucky Derby Show with Guests Ron Paolucci & Shane Sellers
Ron Paolucci is one of the Owners of War Story, who's entered in Saturday's Kentucky Derby.
Shane Sellers former jockey who rode in 14 consecutive Kentucky derby's
Race Talk Live for Wednesday March 18th features Kentucky Speedway General Manager Mark Simendinger and CLNS contributor Bryan Nicodemus as well as our weekly picks for Auto Club Speedway. The show is hosted tonight by Adam Niemeyer, who is filling in for Kate.
Listen in as Bob in Kentucky drives to work and commute with Mom in Vermont.
Topics can come from anywhere . . . Animals, History, Gangsters, Family Events, Politics, Weather, Planets, Landmarks and more
A Zany 20 minutes of fun and . . . well . . we think we are learning something new
History actually has a funny way of changing over a time . . sound weird but it does . . . the story behind the story comes put.
Today - Mrs. Harriet, the crazy purple haired landlady . . . . tries to pull a fast one.
The Edson Bridge . . . what's that - it's the River Street Briedge
Yes, Bobby Gonzalez picked Kentucky to go all the way ... but always included the caveat that a lot would have to go wrong for them to lose in this tourney, and a lot would have to go right for someone else to beat them.
That's exactly what happened last night.
Kentucky only made three 3-pointers, only shot 10 free throws, got outrebounded by 12 ... but more than anything else, they did not do the things they were known for, the things that got them to 38-0.
They always played to win in close games, instead of not to lose, except last night they were up 4 with under 5 minutes to go but then got very tentative with their offense, having three shot clock violations and not getting the ball into an unstoppable force, big man Karl Anthony Towns, down the stretch.
They did not get stops like they always had in the last few minutes, and ultimately Wisconsin did to Kentucky what Kentucky did to everyone else all year ... they closed out the game with all the big shots, big defensive stops and big plays down the stretch.
Coach Bo Ryan took advantage of matchups and exploited Kentucky with his multi-dimensional and multi-skilled front court of Frank Kaminsky Sam Dekker and Nigel Hayes. All that was up for discussion this morning on Ian O'Connor's radio show on ESPN Radio in New York.
Can Frank Kaminsky, Sam Dekker and the Wisconsin Badgers overcome the powerhouse Kentucky Wildcats? How can the Badgers stop Willie Cauley-Stein, Karl-Anthony Towns and Aaron Harrison?
Who else needs to step up besides Wisconsin's big two. Can Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig and Josh Gasser all contribute, and will Duje Dukan and Zak Showalter provide key minutes off the bench?
WIll Bo Ryan's team get to the magical National title game against Duke or Big Ten rival Michigan State?
We preview this on today's show!
Kentucky Grassroots Radio will provide unfiltered live news coverage of the 2015 Republican Governor's Debate. Join us with fresh, brand new coverage from the St. Matthews Community Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Popular talk show host Joe Elliott of 970 WGTK "The Answer" will moderate this interactive debate. The participants include Matt Bevin, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, Hal Heiner, and former Kentucky State Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott. The show commences at 7:00 PM eastern time live
TwinSpires.com's Ed DeRosa & PredictionMachine.com's Danny Zucker discuss this year's Kentucky Derby field in general terms before next week's Derby preview podcast omnibus.
For Kentucky Derby handicapping information, visit Brisnet.com/derby
For Predicteform numbers, visit Predicteform.com