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On this show (Week 50 - Dec 12, 2011) Donna and Terina talk about happenings in the Pittsburgh region including the Slick Rick, Kwame, Chubb Rock concert, christmas Nativity perfomances and our $20.12 special. Check it out for all the entertainment news for Pittsburgh!
As we continue our second week we look forward to bringing more about Knoxville, Iowa. Tomorrow, May 15, we welcome as our guest Knoxville Councilman Tim Pitt.
We will get to know him from where he was born, grew up, education and what brought him to Knoxville. We will also talk about his tenure here since he started and what his plans are for the City of Knoxville.
If you have any questions for Councilman Pitt, please email us to:email@example.com
You can also send me a message through my personal Facebook account.
Although this is a call in show, we are still not talking calls until we have everything fine-tuned. Join us tomorrow morning from 7-9.
Safety Jason Hendricks, built off a stellar redshirt junior season that earned him Preseason All-ACC honors to lead the Pitt Panthers in tackles, in 2013 (85). Hendricks quietly put together a fabulous career at Pitt. Playing alongside some of the top Big East or ACC talent (Jabaal Sheard, Aaron Donald).
John Wagner of ToledoBlade.com joins the program to preview the Little Caesars Bowl between Pitt and Bowling Green. DH joins the program as well to recap Week 16 of the #NFL Season and a look ahead to Tuesday's matchup in Hawaii. His thoughts on Southwick getting sent him, Oregon State as a whole and more! Top Headlines as well.
Jan interviews Paul Pitt of South East Alliance
Before becoming a special needs mom, advocate and the president of the Pitt Hopkins Research Foundation, Audrey Davidow Lapidus was a journalist and editor. She worked for Los Angeles Magazine and Angeleno Magazine and freelanced for a variety of publications including The New York Times, The L.A. Times, G.Q., and Health. Now, she devotes most of her time and research skills to research and fundraising. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Eric and their children, Sadie (6) and Calvin (2) who's afflicted with Pitt Hopkins Syndrome.
For more information visit: http://pitthopkins.org/
Perhaps Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly put it best when he said, "Aaron Donald is a one-man wrecking crew."...the All-America candidate was one of the most disruptive defensive lineman in college football...named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year by the Atlantic Coast Conference Sports Media Association...leads the nation in tackles for loss (2.2 per game), while ranking 13th in sacks (0.83 per game) and 10th in forced fumbles (0.33 per game)...Donald is second in the FBS for active career quarterback sacks with 28.5...finalist for the Bednarik Award, Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Outland Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award...semifinalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy...Donald had arguably the most dominant individual defensive performance of the 2013 college football season at Georgia Tech on Nov. 2...he compiled 11 tackles (all solo), six TFLs, two forced fumbles and a sack vs. the Yellow Jackets...the six TFLs are the most by an FBS player this season...was named the Bednarik Award National Defensive Player of the Week, Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week and ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week for his Georgia Tech performance...was named the Bednarik National Defensive Player of the Week following his two-sack performance in a 14-3 win over Virginia on Sept. 28...was named the Lott IMPACT and Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week as well as the ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week after collecting nine tackles (eight solo), 3.5 TFLs and two QB hurries at Syracuse on Nov. 23...he also blocked a PAT against the Orange which proved to be the decisive point in a 17-16 Pitt victory.
Three Rivers...One Show returns to Blog Talk Radio for this week, as City of Champions editor Matt Gajtka welcomes staff writer Zac Weiss to the program to discuss the latest Pittsburgh sports news. The guys go over Pitt's dominant opening-round win in the NCAA tournament, then they move on to the Penguins' up-and-down week, Pirates trade rumors and the Steelers' activity during NFL free agency.
Pitt Slams Aniston Marriage Walters' Daughter Arrested Burt Bacharach
John, Dan and Matt review the Clemson game, pray that Baye recovers quickly and preview Wednesday's matchup with Pitt.
Filmmakers/Authors: Marcus Massey and David Pitt
Topic: "The Come Up"
Marcus Massey and David Pitt are independent film makers that have made history for the city of Charlotte in the state of North Carolina. These entrepreneurs have successfully completed a full length movie that has the city buzzing. Receiving inquires that reaches as far as Hollywood. The movie: “The Come up,” is an hour and half feature that shows the audience of the modern day mindset of society that was based on a controversial document, “The Willie Lynch letter;” sends a message how this letter effects society today. The motion picture covers various topics which include: domestic violence, rape victims, social apathy, and human adoration,
The movie: “The Come Up” was written on the bases of the “Willie Lynch letter” written in the year of 1712. The film shows the relevance of the letter and how it affects society today 300 years letter as the document depict. A systematic method used to control the actions of an individual if the suggested technique is properly implemented. The struggles for advancement have today communities commit random acts of aggression against one another for respect and power. Giving validity to the document and how it keeps this strategy is ongoing.