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Former Georgia Tech RB Jimy Lincoln joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Blitz.
Lincoln played in Atlanta from 1991-1994 and rushed for 1,601 yards averaging 4.2 yards per carry with 5 touchdowns. Lincoln had great vision and explosiveness in his game and helped lead the Yellow Jackets offensive attack during his redshirt freshman season to an 8-5 overall record.
Lincoln played the game with intensity and was not afraid to run between the tackles. He would hit the running lanes with great speed and was elusive in making tacklers miss.
Lincoln was utilized in the passing game as well and caught 35 passes in his career for 289 yards.
Custer's Luck host Jean Barto shares the second half of General Grant's monologue on April 10th at Appomattox; outlines George Armstrong Custer's activities immediately following Appomattox; and ends the show by discussing President Abraham Lincoln's assassination and death in 1865, and her own visit to the Peterson House during the early morning hours of April 15, 2015.
She is our 16th president's biggest fan. Demitra Vassiliadis is a spiritual astrologer who sees Abraham Lincoln through the prism of the astrology finding him the perfect emodiment the age of Aquarius. Listen in and you may fall in love with "Abe the Babe" too!
King Arthur, Lancelot and Guinevere are alive in Elmsford, NY. They're waiting for you in Camelot. Meet Broadways Jennifer Hope Wills.
This showed aired Sunday, February 22, 6:30 am on 100.7 WHUD. www.kaceyontheradio.com
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For this episode of A Reel Point Of View, we'll be having a general discussion about the state of films regarding Abraham Lincoln and his assassination. Focusing on how films have treated the man Abraham Lincoln and how films have treated the assassination; and their quality (or the absence of such films). While in our examination, not failing to mention notable films like "The Conspirator", or "Young Abraham Lincoln" and Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" or even "Birth of a Nation"; we'll also attempt to talk about how film treatments of Lincoln have changed over the history of film, i.e. improvements, shortcomings, etc., and maybe what we'd like to see in any future films about Lincoln.
September 23 - Jazz Vocalist - Toni Lincoln
When vocalist Toni Lincoln was 5 years old, she liked to dress up in her grandmother’s vintage dresses and sing to her dolls which she neatly arranged on her bed as an audience for her impromptu concerts. Little did she know that it would be more than 5 decades later that she would do her first real live singing appearance at a little subterranean Portland jazz club.
Toni Lincoln’s new self-titled CD is testament to her love of the Great American Songbook and her exceptional skill in bringing emotional honesty and her own special sweetness to the genre.
With the haunting sounds of days gone by, Toni is the essence of the crisp, pure, smooth tones that are so reminiscent of standard chirpings made legendary by greats like Ella and Sarah,
AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Lincoln.
Coming in so far at a whopping 95% fresh by Top Critics at Rottentomatoes.com, we're excited to see if we think this one lives up to the hype.
We'll be sharing some interview clips with the cast and crew, and this is sure to be a fun show.
What questions are scientists asking about the existence of intelligent extraterrestial life? Alan Boyle taks with Seth Shostak – Senior Astronomer and Director of the Center for SETI – and Don Lincoln –physicist at Fermilab, member of the science team for the Compact Muon Solenoid at the Large Hadron Collider.
“Alien Universe” is Don Lincoln's book about the scientific as well as cultural aspects behind our interest in the search for extraterrestrial life. Seth Shostak is the author of Confessions of an Alien Hunter: A Scientist's Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
Survive 365 host Klarque Garrison talks with self-made millionaire Brian Joubert, whose new book is titled Running with Blinders: The Top 17 Mistakes of Small Businesses. The author has this to say to the hoards of would-be entrepreneurs who put off starting their business due to lack of bucks: "If you wait on getting the money, you're probably going to be waiting your whole life. I tell people to challenge your thinking. Ask yourself, How long have I been saying that - when I get the money? Because it's not always about the money. It's often about the knowledge. And once you have the knowledge, you can get the money."