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We are at the Crossroads for episode #13, and our guest is Steve Lenox of MLB.com and ESPN Radio 98.7 FM. Steve tells us about his sportscasting career, and the many stops along the way. There is a method to being able to land the number of jobs in the sportscasting industry that Steve has done over the last 20+ years. Ww find out exactly what that method is.
Crossroads is an original program of the King James Radio Network.
Tonight's co- host is Paramedic Lyndale Brunson of the North Shore Long Island Jewish Medical Center - Lenox Hill Hospital and Chief of Training for Bedford-Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corp and Save A Life Rescue Squad
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Source Nation!! You're now listening to Steve Manderson on Sports Tuesday!! Steve's guest is Steve Lenox of MLB.com and ESPN Radio 98.7 FM. Steve tells us about his sportscasting career, and the many stops along the way. There is a method to being able to land the number of jobs in the sportscasting industry that Steve has done over the last 20+ years. Wefind out exactly what that method is.
There are some troubling facts about the wave of immigration through the southern border that are coming to light despite efforts by the government to keep Americans in the dark. Those that have questions have been silenced using the usual tactics of cries of racism, selfishness, and lack of compassion. However, questions need to be asked because the health of Americans is potentially at risk.
Dr. Elaina George is a Board certified Otolaryngologist. She graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Biology. She received her Masters degree in Medical Microbiology from Long Island University, and received her medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. Dr. George completed her residency at Manhattan, Eye Ear & Throat Hospital. Her training included general surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, pediatric ENT at The NY-Presbyterian Hospital, and head and neck oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
Neil chats with Tony Award winner Adriane Lenox who currently leads the cast of Matt Charman's Regrets Directed by Carolyn Cantor.
Adriane is a Tony Award winner for Doubt. She has also appeared on Broadway in Kiss Me, Kate, The Gershwins' Fascinating Rhythm, Chicago, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Dreamgirls and Ain't Misbehavin'. In the last half hour of the show Adriane's husband Zane Mark who is a composer, arranger, musical director, conductor and musician, stops by to surpise Adriane and join the conversation.
"Grandma G-Thang", C Niambi Steele, has lots of updates from the last broadcast! "Grandma G" apologizes for the long delay between broadcasts! Between dental visits at Columbia Presbyterian Dental Clinic & finishing a "solopreneur" workshop, taught by Latonia Phipps, resulting in a perfomance piece entitled, "Tha Dog Got Ta Bark Ta Eat Around Here"--- she has been very busy indeed!
Moving on, she will talk about writing & an excerpt from her generational spoken word piece, "Connected To The Disconnect"
All listeners have an invitation to the S.T.A.R.(Special Thanks And Recognition) program which will be held at the historic First A.M.E. Church: Bethel on Sunday, June 15th, 2014 at 3:00pm, located at 60 West 132nd Street (between Lenox & 5th Avenue) in Harlem, New York. Not only will "Grandma G-Thang" be bringing her culinary talents, but will be performing, as well.
From praising the GRACE of GOD to cooking GREENS, Grandma G-Thang loves the letter "G"! She encourages people to have more "G" in their lives-- GENEALOGY,GEOGRAPHY, GENERATIONS, GOVERNMENT, GENESIS, GUTS, GLORY, GRATITUDE, GRACIOUSNESS, GIVING....So many G's-- so little time!
Shout out to all the CONNECTED families in GEORGIA-- Starting with the Lees & the Fords in LAGRANGE
Shout out to all my TAPLIN FAMILY cousins from my father RICHARD TAPLIN
Shout out to my children, grandchildren, & great-grandchildren in INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA & FT SAM HOUSTON TEXAS.
Shout out to all the BABY BOOMER GRANDMAS & GRANDPAS who are still relevant in a changing world & want to be part of the solution evolution.
Join us at noon on Wednesday as we broadcast live from Lenox Massachusetts! One of the premiere destinations in the US for everything from intimate family vacations and couples' get aways to blow out weddings and corporate retreats, Lenox has something for everyone and we are doing a whirlwind tour starting Monday, November 7th and taking notes to share with you on the 9th. Don't miss this show if you need a place to get away for a weekend with the girls, or if you are looking for an expansive venue to hold 200 of your nearest and dearest.
Join me this Sunday, May 18, 2014, at 10:00am when I will speak with and play the music of CHAD CARTER a vocalist who is a Washington, DC native. He has performed at major jazz venues throughout Washington, DC. In addition, he has performed at the famous Lenox Lounge in Harlem New York. In 2002, Chad performed for Lionel Hampton in Washington D.C. at the Rayburn House Office Building. He has performed with Frank Owens, Lisle Atkinson, Aaron Graves, Bootsie Barnes, Buck Hill, Danny Mixon, Fred Hughes, Nasar Abadey, Mike Bowie, Bob Butta, Steve Novosel, Ronnie Wells, Ron Elliston, Chuck Redd, Robert Redd, Ron Compton, James King, Nadine Rae, Vince Smith, Cheyney Thomas, Alfredo Mojica, Pepe’ Gonzalez, Mickey Roker, and Keith Killgo just to name a few. Thank you so much for joining me every Sunday. Keeping jazz alive!!!!
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, world-renowned cardiologist, best-selling author and Director of Women's Heart Health of Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, will share her unique perspectives on health, wellness and overall vitality by living a heart-centered life. Roshini Rajkumar, communication consultant to Fortune 500 executives, author and local newscaster, tells how to put your best impression forward in the shortest amount of time.
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
Rose Hawthorne - Mother Alphonsa Lathrop – Rose Hawthorne, the second daughter of Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne, converted to Roman Catholicism in 1891 and founded a religious order to care for victims of cancer. Born in Lenox, Mass., May 20, 1851, Rose grew up moving from place to place. She lived in West Newton, Mass.; Concord, Mass.; and as an infant in Liverpool, England; then London, Paris, Rome, and Florence, Italy. Rose made her vows as a Dominican nun Dec. 8, 1900, taking the name Alphonsa. With her first companion, Sister M. Rose, she founded the Dominican Congregation of St. Rose of Lima, later called the Servants of Relief for Incurable Cancer. In 1901, Mother Alphonsa opened Rosary Hill Home in Hawthorne, New York (now the mother home of the order). She died there July 9, 1926, the anniversary of her parents' wedding.
Charles Rangel, who was first elected to Congress in 1970, waged a campaign focused on his legislative seniority. And he stressed the backing of many elected officials, suggesting that New York’s political establishment was not ready to usher him from office.
At Sylvia’s, a sign described the congressman as “The Lion of Lenox Avenue.” Assemblyman Keith L. T. Wright, a co-chairman of the state Democratic Party, predicted that Mr. Rangel would serve indefinitely in Congress, saying, “Charlie Rangel might be the Strom Thurmond of Harlem.”
“No one has been through the fire more so than our congressperson,” Mr. Wright said, “and we in the district have sent him back because we have faith in him, and that he has our interests in mind, and quite frankly he’s one of us.”
Mr. Rangel took the stage looking emotional, and sounded a note of damaged pride and fierce determination. He said of his critics, “If they didn’t think after 42 years that I was the best qualified, I promise them that in the next two years they’ll have no question about the fact that we elected the best.”