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It's been another embarassing week for Australia's conservative government. There's been a couple of state elections; which may indicate support for the conservatives. But there's more to it.
Plus we look at the weekend's March in March actions across the country and especially in Melbourne.
It's going to be another huge show so join in and vent your spleen with the team.
(130) March Air Base
Today Armando Sanchez and I visited March Field Museum in Riverside CA.
This is a prerecorded interview is with Patricia Korzec Director of the Museum, and Gordon Bergslien Docent at the Museum (and as we found it a Teacher in his other life). We went out there to do a show about
(128) Harold R. "Hal" Austin, Colonel US Air Force, Retired
And (129) Francis Gary Powers, Jr., Founder & Chairman Emeritus of the Cold War Museum
Link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/latino-role-models-success/2014/07/12/francis-gary-powers-jr- founder-chairman-emeritus-of-the-cold-war-museum
We spent a couple of minutes talking about the Museum, and what it takes to run the Museum.
We had a great time at the museum and HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who would like to visit
A week and a half left in February, which signals a lot more than dreams of better temperatures. The college basketball world is getting more and more interesting with every game played from now until the conference championships and, but of course, the Big Dance.
On The Exchange, Sumit & Jason revisit men's college hoops as the boys of Division I make their final pushes towards tournament play and NBA Draft status. They're joined by friends of the program Jon Salvi and Johnathan Tillman (the infamous @thetillshow) to make their rounds from coast to coast as we roar towards March.
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Ricky March or Aric, to the people whom he owes money to, has always been a wise guy (not Soprano style either).When kids watched cartoons, Rick favored Burns and Allen reruns. When the Beatles were taking over America, Rick spun Bill Cosby and Allen Sherman records. A disk jockey in Syracuse, he first introduced the public to his menagerie of accents. He recorded voice over commercials for bug spray and wrote and produced a radio show called The World According to Myron Putchnick. A couple of decades and a lot of laughs later, he’s back on stage. From Zanies to The Improv to colleges and clubs aroung the country, Rick slings his sarcastic barbs and observations on the inane to make fun of everything stupid and everyone too serious about life.
Mary E, is the creator/producer of ArtSees Productions.