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With JRaff still on vacation host Joe turns to his uncle, a long-time PSU football season ticket holder, for a look at his favorite Penn State games of All-Time.
Our first guest Jorge Masvidal is set to face Daron Cruickshank on July 26, 2014 at UFC on Fox 12. We will talk with Jorge about how life has changed since being signed to the UFC and what are some things he wasn’t prepared for. Jorge has been on the show plenty of times and we always love to talk how life is in the 305, Dade County AKA Miami.
Our second guest Karo Parisyan is set to take on Phil Baroni July 25, 2014 at Bellator 122. We will talk to Karo about his time away from the sport and coming back after a year long lay off to get his first KO victory. We will of course talk the fight against Baroni and how he was offered the fight. We will talk to him about how he will deal with the power and fast start Phil is known for. Karo has had an amazing career inside the sport and we will discuss his plans for the rest of his career and being with Bellator.
It’s been a while since he’s been on the show and it’s been as long since he was in the cage… Joe Duarte is back in the shop and set to step foot back into the Bellator cage. Joe is being welcomed back by last weeks guest Saad Awad. We will talk to Joe about the fight, and it being a rematch that saw Joe win the first fight. It’s been a two year lay off for Joe, we will see what he has been doing and what made him decide that he was ready to come back. Joe is an avid craft beer lover, so you can be assured that we will discuss his favorite craft beer, if he drinks during camp, and what turned him onto craft beer.
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Evelyn Bowden continues the discussion of the reality of public education, addressing is ways to help students achieve under less than favorable conditions. She talks about building a solid foundation before children enter the public education arena; 'not separate and not equal and more.
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Evelyn Bowden talks about her E-Book titled Education:Only a Few Get It which gives her perspective of Public Education after over 15 years of active advocacy for the rights of children to get the best available education. She has witnessed first hand actions of School Boards, Superintendents, Principal and Classroom Teachers that are detrimental the education of children and youth. Ms. Bowden has also witnessed parents and commuities become willing participants to this process.
Hot Topics Talk Radio is honored to have TV & Screen Actor, Keith Robinson join us for an in-depth interview!!!
You may recognize Keith from the award winning film, “Dream Girls”, where he played singer/songwriter, CC White, brother of Effie White, played by Jennifer Hudson. Keith has a very successful career in television and on the big screen, and we are truly excited to have him with us to discuss his upcoming role of Baby Boy, in the new movie, “Get On Up”, the story of the late James Brown. Keith will be discussing his career, and what he’s got coming up next.
In the second hour... Have you ever thought you were the only one who had issues with your teenagers or young adults? What about dealing with stupid people on the job or just in everyday life?. Well, we're going to get into these issues with the statement, "I THOUGHT IT WAS JUST ME!"
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 9pm Pacific/ 11pm Central/ 12 Midnight Eastern
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"Get On Up" opens August 1, 2014. See the Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm-wQh664iI
The world seems to be at a standstill. It is scary and the more frightened we are the easier it is to cling to extremism.Dr. Gary Penn explores this dynamic. He tries to find a way towards a rational position, within individuals and nations. How we understand problems between our inner circle mirrors how nations deal with how nations deal with issues between other nations. and between.
Eddie Lowen, pastor with West Side Christian Church, Springfield, Illinois and semimonthly "Ministry Today" columnist at Christian Standard, talks about ministry challenges that some are unwilling to face, and ministry practices that most should be willing to implement.
Eddie will talk with Christian Editor Mark A. Taylor about his biases and burdens for ministry. Tune in and ask your questions about opportunities at your church.
Meanwhile, read a compilation of his "Ministry Today" columns via a free download in the new, free Christian Standard app. Download it today from the App Store, Google Play, or Amazon apps.
Keith Robinson joins The Crystal Show. He may be best known for his critically acclaimed role as “C.C. White” in the Academy Award winning feature film, Dreamgirls. In which he was directed by Bill Condon, and starred alongside Beyoncé Knowles, Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Foxx, Eddie Murphy and Anika Noni Rose. In the musical, Robinson’s big solo, “Patience,” which he also performed live at the Academy Awards, earned him an Oscar nomination. In addition, Robinson’s voice is heard on six songs from the film’s soundtrack. We will also discuss his latest EP and musical works and the new movie he's in "Get On Up", the biopic about James Brown.
Our next guest is Michelle Barnum Smith. Most of us are going about this dating thing all wrong! When we want a job we do our research, we prepare, we interview, and above all we PLAN. But finding that person we want to spend the rest of our life with we just leave it up to chance? Not a good idea at all! Marketing expert, Michelle Barnum Smith is the founder of Marketing2Marriage.Com and she can take the guess work out of finding that someone special. She teaches marketing principles that can be applied to dating. I can't wait to find out what they are!!
Keith is best known for his critically acclaimed role as “C.C. White” in the Academy Award winning feature film, Dreamgirls. In which he was directed by Bill Condon, and starred alongside Beyoncé Knowles, Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Foxx, Eddie Murphy and Anika Noni Rose. In the musical, Robinson’s big solo, “Patience,” which he also performed live at the Academy Awards, earned him an Oscar nomination.
On the acting side, Robinson followed Dreamgirls with This Christmas, co-starring Chris Brown, Idris Elba, Loretta Devine and Delroy Lindo. He then went on to star in Dear John opposite Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried. Roles in 35 and Ticking, starring alongside Kevin Hart, and Hopelessly in June soon followed. Next, Robinson began shooting Dysfunctional Friends.
Like many, he’s taken a behind-the-scenes approach to creating music. Robinson founded his own scoring company, Theme Song. Since its establishment, Theme Song has scored music for movies like Blade 3, Fat Albert, and 35 and Ticking, in which he also starred. Most recently, the budding company scored Divorce Invitation (2012) also starring Robinson alongside Jonathan Bennett, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Nadia Bjorlin.
Keith’s upcoming releases include CRU, an emotionally intense film in which he stars alongside Harry Lennix, Richard T. Jones, and Alison Eastwood. Four Seasons, a romantic comedy starring with Robin Givens and Christian Keyes, and most recently, Universal’s James Brown biopic Get On Up, with Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer and Dan Aykroyd. In conjunction with the release of Get On Up, Keith will also be releasing his new album, Love Episodic, both due in 2014.
Join me as I spend the next hour go over the career of Keith Robinson. As we are on the heels of the James Brown Biopic, "Get On UP!" This Needs To Be Said has the pleasure of spending some time with Actor/Songwriter and most of all Singer. On top of that we get to share our time with him, with you.
You don't want to miss this.
Robinson may be best known for his critically acclaimed role as “C.C. White” in the Academy Award winning feature film, Dreamgirls.
You've seen him in This Christmas, Fat Albert, 35 and Ticking, Dear John...just to name a few.
We may even have something special to share with you about Mr. Robinson that you didn't know. I know I was surprised. I will see if we can share it with you.
“When I step onstage, half the people in the audience know I’m about to sing, and half have no idea that I can.” - Keith Robinson to OurStage.com.
Follow him @KeithSings on Twitter