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Braves lose a close one to the Marlins tonight 6-5 but with another rough outing from Mike Minor it's time to ask the question... What to do about Mike Minor? I talk about his latest struggle on tonight's podcast and try to figure out what to do next with Mike Minor
Join Alaina for this episode of Divatosity.
Margaret Ann Philbrick’s upcoming novel, A Minor, is a beautiful love story exploring the power of music to bring spiritual and emotional healing to those suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Join host Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversation with author Margaret Philbrick. Tami and Margaret will talk about how she came to write this book and how she did her research. Additionally, they will discuss her creative process, the role of music and dementia and the unique features of her book.
I will ask Margaret to answer the following questions on the show. Please feel free to share your responses on facebook:
What music do you love? How has music impacted your life with significance? Share a favorite musical memory.
Clive quotes Leonard Bernstein, “Music is the only art which does not require the censorship of the brain before reaching the heart.” Do you agree? Is there any other experience in lifethat fulfills this description?
Learn more about Margaret Philbrick by checking out her website here.
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In the "Clearly Greg Karam jinxed Jon Niese’s shoulder” edition, Jeffrey and Greg bemoan more DL time for the Mets southpaw, but wonder if this represents progress in the handling of pitchers. From there, we cover Murphy's all-star selection while trying to avoid discussing the usual All-Star game argle bargle, and Jeffrey gets twenty minutes to wax poetic about Marcos Molina, Dilson Herrera, Brandon Nimmo, and his recent minor league trips. Finally we answer your e-mails on Dario Alvarez and the future of the US Men's National Team, nothing out of the ordinary there of course.
Join Joe Minor LIVE on Let's Get Reel with special guest Kenny Hardin and Brad Adkins, Joe and his guest will be talking about dealing with problems and making adjustment on the water during tournaments.
NOSEY NEIGHBORS are the worst. We all have somebody on our block who watches, and knows our schedules, our visitors, our license plate numbers.....and if you don't have any on your block.......perhaps YOU are the nosey one.
PercyMae will talk about it today with her friend, Christian Comedian Rob Minor.
Call to listen in (347) 237-5342 - and join in on the conversation.
The PercyMae Talk Show is on KLJN 107.7
In another appaerance on the Sportsology channel, The FDH Lounge sits down with Opening Day Partners Partner/President/CEO Jon Danos.
How do you know if you drank too much last night? We're going to help you this morning. What's the craziest thing you've done while drunk? Don't be ashamed. We've all got them. Call us up and join the fun! >>> (516) 387-1755 <<<
#SeattlePilotsNation we have an epic radio call tonight as the 1929 Hollywood Stars of the Pacific Coast League, a team loaded with past and future Major Leaguers, travel north to the Emerald City to battle your first place, 1969 Seattle Pilots live from, Sick's Stadium.
North Carolina native EMILY MINOR first grabbed the attention of music fans as a top fifty finalist on American Idol. Emily quickly realized she belonged in Nashville. Shortly after her time on the show, Emily made the move to Nashville and began writing and recording. Emily's self-titled EP is a lively collection of convincing stories, undeniable emotions, and astounding vocals that is as honest and lovable as Emily herself. Having written four of the six songs herself, Emily is quickly catching the interest of country listeners and members of the music industry.
Well known for their live shows and always a crowd favorite, SAWMILL ROAD performs with unparalleled enthusiasm, dynamic stage presence and an amazing ability to connect with the crowd. Their current album is entitled Cryin', Lovin' & Drinkin'. The debut single from the album is Whiskey Burn - an upbeat, harmony driven song that during a recent meeting in Nashville was said to have "a hit chorus" by the head of Curb Records John Osher. The four-piece country band hails from Northumberland County, Ontario and consists of Duane Eddy on lead vocals and rhythm guitar. Rob Hood on lead guitar and vocals, Noel Savage on drums & Shane Chapman on bass guitar and vocals.
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