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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.
Joh and Dan rehash some of the Notre Dame game, preview Friday's matchup with Louisville, and of course, chat about beer.
Rob and Riley are back and ready to preview Wake Forest's upcoming contest against the Louisville Cardinals. Helping them preview the contest will be Mark Ennis, who co-hosts "The Two Man Game" on ESPN Radio 680 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The guys will ask Mark about Louisville's transition to the ACC, Bobby Petrino's second stint at Louisville, fans' expectations heading into the season, as well as a breakdown of the game ahead.
This an event where local candidates are invited to let the voters know their platforms for the 2014 general election
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
You may also listen on your smartphone from the Tune In app by clicking or copy and paste the link provided here. http://tunein.com/radio/WMAD-24-HR-RADIO-s225075/
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.
Call in #: 347-633-9365
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.
The Iraq War. Was an armed conflict in Iraq that consisted of two phases. The first was an invasion of Iraq starting on March 20, 2003 by an invasion force of the United States and allies that led to the end of Ba'athist Iraq. It was followed by a longer phase of fighting, in which an insurgency emerged to oppose the occupying forces and the newly formed Iraqi government. Roughly 96.5 percent of the casualties suffered by the U.S.-led coalition were suffered during the second phase, rather than the initial invasion. The U.S. completed its withdrawal of military personnel in December 2011, during the ninth year of the war. However, the insurgency is ongoing and continues to cause thousands of fatalities.