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Mark Valinsky was born in Chicago, Illinois. Moving to Rochester 5 years later, in high school Mark produced a number of events, and would also act and make films with his friends. Soon, he went off to college at Ohio State University, later to S.U. N.Y. at Buffalo, and finally back to Chicago, Illinois to earn a B.S. degree and Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine.
During and shortly after podiatry school, Mark photographed the live concert performances of such Classic Rock and Roll bands as The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, The Eagles and others, and has photographed many celebrities on the red carpet.
A creative artist while in medical school Mark helped institute and develop the video teaching lab where he was a producer, cameraman and editor on teaching videos. IIn his career as a surgical podiatrist, Mark helped advance many of the philosophies and techniques of Minimal Incision (Minimal Traumatic) surgery as applied to the foot far before it was popular and has 8 published researched papers. He has also traveled throughout the USA and the world lecturing, including to Madrid, Spain and five visits to the People's Republic of China.
Something was missing and Mark wanting more out of the rest of his life so he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his passion of producing, acting and photography.
Mark has initiated Valinsky Media Group. Valinsky Media Group has a number of divisions integrated in performing professional services in Public Relations and Marketing for select clients, involved in the Entertainment Business as well as the financing and production of films.
Mark also has a 2nd degree Black Belt (Tae Kwon Do), is proficient in other Martial Arts Styles, Experienced in public speaking, appearing on numerous radio and television shows, Has visited the People's Republic of China 5 times lecturing to prestigious leaders in the medical field,
Vinny and Terry look back at the Kentucky Wildcats rough loss to the Georgia Bulldogs and discuss Saturday's game in Nashville against the Vanderbilt Commodores. How will the team respond? How does Mark Stoops go forward with his plan for Patrick Towles and Drew Barker?
Kentucky basketball will play games that count beginning Friday with Albany.
Karl Towns is still getting high praise in his rookie NBA season.
We'll talk SEC football, like the Arkansas Razorbacks and Ole Miss Rebels and that crazy ending.
You know we'll hit NFL and NBA too and maybe some music! Call in at (845)277-9373 or tweet at @CatsTalkWed
Tune in as the fellas talk all things Kentucky Wildcats and then some! Vinny and Terry will be joined by Lexington Herald-Leader columnist Mark Story at 6:15. We'll discuss UK's football loss to the Vanderbilt Commodores, the basketball win over the Duke Blue Devils as well as a little NBA and NASCAR conversation.
At 7:00 we'll be joined by two of the baddest Kentucky Football players the program has ever seen: Former UK RB Sonny Collins and QB Derrick Ramsey will join us. You don't want to miss it.
Tune in, call us at (845)277-9373 or tweet us at @CatsTalkWed!
Chandler Anderson and J.P. Jones discuss wrestling on the indepedent circuit today. This episode is sponsored by TNT Transportation Services. Big news regarding Saturday Night Championship Wrestling and the return of professional wrestling to Lewisburg, TN. As well, the big main event for December 19th, 2015 is announced, as TNA/ROH/WWE star Matt Hardy will challenge "The Cardiovascular Massacre" Shawn Hoodrich. Jones and Anderson reveal they are concerned for the safety of those who have talked trash about New Jack, and "Mr. Lewisburg" Bubba Morton open challenge remains unanswered.
"The International Superstar" J.P. Cage Jones and Chandler Anderson discuss the major happenings in Friday Night Championship Wrestling as well as the big event coming to Lewisburg on Saturday night, December 19th, "Fight Night" presented by Saturday Night Championship Wrestling.
Tonight on the show Vinny and Terry chat about the Kentucky Wildcats road trip to Starkville to face the Mississippi State Bulldogs and look ahead to a huge weekend in Lexington as the Tennessee Volunteers come to town.
Keeneland has Breeder's Cup festivities in full effect this weekend too. We'll discuss the Blue-White game as basketball season officially kicked off in Rupp Arena.
The NBA will get love from us as well. So will the NFL and the World Series between the New York Mets and Kansas City Royals.
Jon Reed, host of 4 Quarters Radio on 1180 AM WVLZ in Knoxville will stop by at 6:30 to preview the Vols! Tune in! Tweet us at @CatsTalkWed or call us at (845)277-9373!
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