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We talk all about baseball in our half hour show. So join us as we venture into the baseball world. Minors Majors Pro SemiPro Amatuer all around the New England area. We talk about it all so be ready, call in, voice your opinion and enjoy...
A practice run of a new show in the works
Here we talk about weather and how it impacts us in New England and the Northeast. We talk about what the models are saying, plus my forecasts for the days and weeks ahead to keep you informed about the weather. I try to do as many shows per week as possible. This is a 1/2 hour long show. You can call in at (646) 478-3752.
This week we are joined by Derrick Lewis, host of the DLew Podcast, to talk about the New England Patriots and their upcoming season. How much longer can the Tom Brady Bill Belichick train continue? New players, rookies, and more! All the goods on the Pats! Then our hosts will cover all the latest in the NFL news around the league.
Welcome back to the second edition of the Musket Fire Podcast! On this week's edition, myself and my colleagues Duncan and Cyrus will be talking about the offensive side of the football for the New England Patriots. We will be breaking down each position on the offense, from Quarterback to Center, giving thoughts on what they will bring in the upcoming 2014 NFL season.
Adam Lowenstein and Bobby Krivitsky bring you Inside the Game from 6:00 to 7:00 pm ET on Wednesday, July 9.
They discuss NBA free agency as well as what the Boston Celtics will do. Then, Bobby and Adam discuss the World Cup. In addition, they discuss the evolution of athletes and debate whether or not today's athletes are actually getting bigger, stronger and faster. They wrap up with some Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots talk.
Let your voice be heard by calling into the show at (347) 215-7771.
You can follow Bobby at @Bobby_K91 and Adam on Twitter at @StatsAdam.
Just a few short years ago, the real estate meltdown and a very costly divorce left Kevin Marino working tirelessly to earn ends meet in hopes of one day gaining financial security. He had been completely broke and in search of a way to gain financial freedom when he discovered North American Power. What started as a “Side Project” began to grow, as did his income. In November of 2013, Kevin earned over $1,000,000 in combined earnings making him one of the very first Representatives to ever achieve this incredible milestone. Now that Kevin is earning a residual income every month, he has more free time and money to do whatever he wants, whenever he wants.
Since pursuing the Opportunity, Kevin has been able to take his life back, make a difference in the lives of others, and earn an income so impressive that it inspired Diana (his new Bride) to leave a corporate job she hated, and join him so they can succeed together. “The best thing is, we have the financial freedom to work the hours we want and make as much income as we choose, and we spend as much time as we want with friends, family, and each other.”
With the New England Patriots sitting with a 7-2 record at the buy, CLNS Radio brings you a midseason report of how what lies ahead for the team. Patrick Shankhour of the Shankhour & Maggiore Show will man the virtual studio, with Jeff Kane and Chris Hogan tag teaming as co-hosts. As always, you can call into the show and have your voices heard at 347-215-7771 (Press 1 To Talk). The show starts at 8:00 pm est, and will run until 10:00 pm est. Get in touch with the guys on Twitter by
We are back with another episode of the baseball guys. Now there are three hosts and we continue to tackle the Boston Red Sox and all that goes with them as well as an array of New England Baseball teams.
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview Retired NFL Offensive Linemen Matt Light!
Light has played in 155 games with 153 starts over nine seasons with New England (2001-10). His 140 games are the third highest total of any active player, trailing only Kevin Faulk (154) and Tom Brady (143).
In his ten seasons in New England, Light has been a part of seven division championships, four conference titles and three Super Bowl crowns.
In 2009, Light was part of an offensive line that allowed the fewest sacks (18) by a Patriots line since the NFL moved to a 16-game schedule in 1978.
In 2008, Light started every game at left tackle as part of an offensive line that was a part of the best rushing season for the Patriots in more than 20 years in terms of rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and average yards per carry.
Light was named to the Associated Press All-Pro first team in 2007, and earned AFC Pro Bowl honors in 2006 and 2007. He is one of four Patriots offensive tackles to earn Pro Bowl honors since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger, joining Patriots Hall of Famer Bruce Armstrong, Leon Gray and Brian Holloway.
Light contributed to a Patriots offense that set all-time NFL records with 589 points and 75 touchdowns in 2007.
The Light Foundation
In February of 2003, Matt established the Light Foundation, a charity that awards scholarships to high school students in the places he has played football: his hometown of Greenville, Ohio, West Lafayette, Ind. and New England. Matt's foundation donated new weights, jerseys and equipment to his former high school team this past off-season.
More info on Matt Light, his Foundation, and The SimplyG Media Network, please visit:
The Total Tutor will interview Dallas Cowboy star Dwayne Harris. He will discuss how he gives back in the community.
Next, The Total Tutor will interview Dante Wesley former Carolina Panther. He will discuss his book about how to have a happy marriage
Last, The Total Tutor will interview New England Patriots Hall of Famer Steve Nelson. He will discuss how he helps Wounded Vets.