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Today, Kentuckiana GrassRoots Radio co-hosts Matt "Rockstar Rev" Singleton, Clint Hardy "Real Deal" Hardy, are joined by the "Beltway Boy" David Caldwell. We will have a live, brand new, informative interview with a national candidate at 6:30 PM Eastern Time and also do a live remote from Cabella's in Louisville, Kentucky of the Louisville GrassRoots Tea Party(LGTP) event. We are also cover the latest civics, politics, and current events from Kentucky, Indiana, the region, the national news of the United States, and internationally.
Tonight, LIVE. Marlo Miller from the Green Shavings in Louisville Kentucky The World Championship Horse Show. Along with Marlo will be supporters from BlueBonnet Farm. Tune in at 6:00-6:30 CST on www.thesmokingglasshour.com
If you'd like to ask Marlo or Sandra a question, feel free to call 347-826-9242
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in The Bible
Pastor Martin Richling of The Scriptures Alone Bible School will RENOUNCE THE FOOL Geoffrey Lacefield of Cloverleaf Baptist Church in Louisville Kentucky. After personally meeting with this FOOL face to face, Pastor Richling will examine what this FOOL told him to do to be saved.
Pastor Richling's mother in law attends this church of the blind. He has tried to help her (as well as her daughter has tried) to see truth more than once, in time past, and perhaps this will AWAKE HER out of her spiritual blindness.
But most likely, she will just plunge further into darkness...
in Pop Culture
This is an exciting week in Louisville, when two very different events arrive in the city that have a lot to offer.
One is a huge one, FandomFest, where thousands and thousands will flock to the Kentucky International Convention Center downtown to see all kinds of tv and movie celebrities, a film festival, all kinds of cosplay, and there's even a book-themed track of panels, directed by a co-host of the Star Chamber Show, Stephen Zimmer!
The other event rolling into the 'Ville this weekend is the 3rd Annual Business of Writing International Summit, which offers a more intimant, workshop-driven atmosphere for authors interested in the business side of the writing world.
This week's show will feature a couple of the founders of these events, live! We will be speaking with author/consultant Peggy DeKay at the beginning of the show about the Business of Writing International Summit. Then, the maverick himself, Ken Daniels of FandomFest will be calling in live to talk about all the fun happening downtown.
We at the Star Chamber Show love to support events both larger and smaller scale, and this show will celebrate an example of each, with both taking place this weekend in Louisville, Kentucky!
Be sure to tune in at 9pm EST on Wednesday to get the full scoop on an exciting weekend just ahead!
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Chad Wilson discusses the latest topics in the World of high school, college and NFL football including
- Hurricanes vs. Louisville recap and discussion
- college football recruiting
- high school football topics
- beginning of NFL season
- and more
Listen live at 10 AM est.
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John and Dan are joined by special guest Mark Ennis, to chat about Louisville's move to the ACC, their expectations for 2014 and of course, beer.
big time college athletics can be a cash cow for some schools. for others, it requires some creativity in finding the right student athletes for their programs. tonight's podcast - a sports theme - will explore college recruiting.
my guest tonight - Steve Jones from the Louisville Courier-Journal @SteveJones_CJ - will share his insight on the process and discuss our local schools.
Ann hosts her show from the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky discussing Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, the plight of Tiger and his ailing back and the upcoming Ryder Cup. Ann's guests are radio colleagues Bob Bubka and Graeme Agars.
More people are moving out of New Jersey than are moving in. The same is true for Illinois and New York. Those three states top the “outbound” list compiled by United Van Lines, the big St. Louis-based moving company that has put together an annual survey of where Americans are moving for the last 37 years. The company analyzed a total of 125,000 moves across the 48 continental states and the District of Columbia in 2013 and came up with a picture of migration patterns across the U.S. According to Professor Michael Stoll, chair of the Department of Public Policy at the UNOC, and a consultant to United Van Lines who studies American migration, the moves reflect long-term shifts in the U.S. economy and the hit to employment in many states resulting from the slow recovery.
Of the top nine states where more people moved out than moved in, four are in the Northeast: In addition to New Jersey and New York, Connecticut (No. 5) and Massachusetts (No. 8) make the list. The list also reflects Americans’ desire to leave the frigid states in the north for warmer climes. “Over the last 20-30 years there has been a general shift of the population from the Midwest and Northeast to the South and West, which we think of as a move from the frost belt to the sun belt,” says Stoll. New Jersey has been stuck at the top of the outbound list for three of the past four years. Some 64% more people moved out than moved in. According to Stoll, Great Recession hit the state especially hard, accelerating a longtime shift of manufacturing to the southern states, away from the Northeast. “New Jersey has been reliant for many decades on manufacturing and industry.
These steps will show you how to have your friends trust you from the very beginning of a friendship. Developing the bonds of trust early in a friendship can be fast or gradual depending on the experiences each of you bring to the friendship. It is definitely worth putting in the effort to create this trust, whatever your prior experiences, and you'll find that you gain an enduring friendship in which each of you can rely upon one another to the ends of the Earth.
Be trusting yourself. Before you can expect your friends to trust you, you need to show them that you are trustworthy and that you trust in them. Trust is a risk but when it comes to friendship, you're more likely to make and keep a friend by trusting them than by being a cynic and staying wary all the time. Ways for your friend to establish that you are trustworthy include:
Don't renege on promises and appointments when you make them. Provide clear explanations or apologies if something genuine does go wrong to prevent you from coming through with your promise.
Show emotion. Showing emotions to a friend is an important and easy way to show them you really care. Being open can result in two things: Either you get hurt because you left yourself open or you are given secrets when friends confide in you. However, it's better to reveal your emotions than to bury them so deep that your friend finds you shallow. Give it a chance.
This is the kickoff of my 2014 college football previews. I will start with previewing the Atlantic Coast Conference with fellow sports blogger extraodinaire Jake Anderson. Among the topics to be covered: 1) how will Louisville fare in its first season in the ACC; 2) will Notre Dame's partial football membership enhance the ACC's profile; 3) who could challenge Florida State; 4) should Florida State be a favorite to repeat as national champs; 5) where does the ACC rank among other power conferences?
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