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Join Randy Slovacek, editor/writer of The Randy Report, as he launches the companion podcast to his popular blog covering pop culture, entertainment and political news of interest to the LGBT community.
On this debut episode, Randy talks with Broadway veteran Lee Roy Reams, who is currently starring (and we mean STARRING) as "Dolly Levi" in the classic American musical HELLO, DOLLY! in Boca Raton, Florida. Reams is the first American male actor to play the role of the meddling matchmaker, and he's getting standing ovations, soldout audiences and rave reviews. Major media has taken note of the critically lauded production all the way across the US to the LA Times. Reams talks about the hows and whys of taking on such an iconic female role, and making it his own.
Also, award-winning singer/songwriter turned movie producer Matt Zarley joins us to talk on the journey of his acclaimed musical short film, "hopefulROMANTIC." Accepted into over two dozen film festivals, the film is part music video, part Broadway musical and part romantic movie - in fact, it's all of those things and more. Zarley discusses the inspiration for the project, as well as the evolution of the film, plus he shares several songs from the film
Additionally, we touch on hot topics of the day including the current race for the White House and more.
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 120: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion gets trolled by Evan Silva, buzzard pharaoh.
Tevin Coleman beats defenders by exploding past them with vision yards, not by juking them out in the backfield.
NFL teams are legitimately worried about Jay Ajayi's knee's long-term stability but dynasty league fantasy analysits are undaunted.
The incoming rookie running back class is both top-heavy and incredibly deep in quality, providing great RB value late in dynasty rookie drafts.
The incoming rookie RB class is so good historically that the roles of 50-plus-percent of the currently projected starting NFL incumbents are in doubt.
Don't trade for Allen Robinson prior to the 2015 NFL Draft.
Drafting Dorial Green-Beckham in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft is the equivalent of drafting Randy Moss at pick No. 21 in the 1998 NFL Draft.
Work ethic and a love of football matters when evaluating NFL prospects.
The running backs position is more physically and mentally taxing than any other position in team sports.
The presence of D'haquille Williams was a big reason for the Sammie Coates' 2014 productivity decline.
Chris Conley is more Robert Meachem than Donte Moncrief.
Bud Sasser and Brandon LaFell are nearly identical. Bud Sasser is not comparable to Brandon Marshall.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
Another week, another controversy. We'll tackle the big white elephant once again. This time he has two names, Logano and Kenseth.
Steve and Mike will break down everything from Martinsville as Brandon Caldwell will join us right at the top of the show from SiriusXM Mad Dog Sports Radio. He has some unique views on the state of NASCAR right now, and at the 7:30 Jim Noble from the Performance Racing Network will join us to help break down the penalties, the appeals process and what NASCAR needs to do moving forward.
Oh and we'll talk about our surprise winner from Martinsville, a very excited Jeff Gordon.
All that plus look ahead to Texas, Fantasy and maybe even some phone calls.
we're going 90 minutes tonight...we'll need every minute of it to get this all in.
Miss a minute, miss a lot. Race Talk Live Founded by Kate Moss takes the Green at 7.
It's a night of What Is Going On In NASCAR as Stat Guy Steve Conley and Mike Reed look back on the "circus" that was Talladega. We will be joined at 7:30 by Tim Disspain, host of the Pit Stop on the Speedway Digest Radio Network. Tim was in Talladega this past weekend and we'll get his thoughts from the press box.
We will look on to Martinsville and prognosticate on the drama that could unfold there.
Plus we are opening the phone lines to you, we want to hear your thoughts on how NASCAR moves forward from this incident, plus "Steve's Weekly Wonder" Which was multiple choice this week.
Give us a call at 929-477-2466
Miss a minute and miss a lot. Race Talk Live Founded by Kate Moss goes green at 7 EST.
A busy week in Motorsports will keep Steve and Mike hopping tonight.
It's the fastest hour in Radio and we want you to be a part of it. Race Talk Live Founded by Kate Moss looks back on the events of Kansas, "Spin To Win" by Joey Logano, The very tight points battle going in to the "Wildcard" race at Talladega, Kurt Busch's new deal and Champions crowned in ARCA and the K&N Pro Series, plus what ever else in the news we can squeeze in.
We'll look at fantasy standings and who got cursed this week, plus we'll fire up the ol' blender and pull out someone to win this week.
At 7:30 we'll head to pit road and talk to the front tire carrier for RCR's No. 27 Menards Chevy driven by Paul Menard, Ray Wright. We'll get an upclose look at life on pit road, going over the wall and a special program Ray and RCR have put together in recent years. Pit Stops For Hope.
All that plus your phone calls at 929-477-2466
Don't miss a minute, or you'll start a lap down.
It's Champions week and we'll look in on all three series as we prepare to wrap up the 2015 season.
On tonights show Steve and Mike will look back on the 12 hours of Phoenix, the final 4 in the Sprint Cup series, break down Chris Buescher's driver for a title in Xfinity and see what Eric Jones has to do to close out the Camping World Truck Series title as a rookie.
The truck series is first up on the docket and we'll get a preview of Homestead with the driver of the Thor Sport Racing Number 13 Cabinets By Hayley Toyota Tundra, Cameron Hayley at 7:05
At the bottom of the hour we will look back on a Hall of Fame career and the final start for Jeff Gordon with long time broadcaster and president of the Performance Racing Network, Doug Rice
All that and more...
Miss a minute and you start a lap down. Green flag flys at 7
And then there were two...races till the end of the season. Mike and Steve will look back on Texas, and look ahead to Phoenix and who has to do what to get in to the final race at Homestead for a Championship.
Clinch Scenario's for Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series, plus we'll look back on the season and what Ryan Reed has planned for the off-season and 2016, plus we'll get his sure fire way of moving quickly tips.
All this and more plus we'll take your phone calls at 929-477-2466
Race Talk Live is back on Wednesday night and a big show getting kicked off right at the top of the hour with a man that is synonomous with NASCAR and it's image. NASCAR's official artist Sam Bass drops by to talk about recovering from race week in Charlotte and some special projects he has going on as we get close to wrapping up 2015.
Mike and Steve will delve in to the news of the week, look back on a dominating performance by Joey Logano that locked him in to the next round and look ahead to another mile and a half in the heartland as we head to Kansas Speedway.
Plus we'll take your phone calls at 929-477-2466.
Don't miss a minute or you start a lap down.
A special Friday edition of Race Talk Live takes you up to the start of tonights Xfinity Drive For The Cure 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Take a look at Sprint Cup practice plus look back at the domination that was Kevin Harvick at Dover and what that means for the field moving forward.
Four have been eliminated and a major surprise for many was in that field. We'll look at that and see what that means for NASCAR as a whole .
Hope to have Kayli Barker from the Bullring in Las Vegas to talk about a big Drive for Diversity announcement she's a part of
plus phone lines are open for you tonight as well. call us with your picks for Saturday nights Bank of America 500 and anything else that's on your mind.
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On this week's radio show, world-renowned dream teacher Robert Moss makes a return visit. It's always a joy to have conversation with him and his insights on dreams have been such an inspiration for my journey. We will talk about his newest book, Sidewalk Oracles: Playing with Signs, Symbols, and Synchronicity in Everyday Life. Regarding this book, Larry Dossey, MD, says "Sidewalk Oracles is CPR for the soul."
The conversation begins Sunday at Noon EST on 88.7FM, WICR and worldwide at richardbrendan.org.
Randy L. Noble is a self-published author of Historical Christian fiction novels and a human rights activist for Iranians. Since 2010 he has written numerous, self-published books through https://www.createspace.com/
Welcome to Infidels Are Watching, where we strive to educate about a threat…called Political Islam. We ARE the Freedom Loving Infidels.
We don't offer honourifics to the mohammedans here. They are simply known as The Scourge.
We give you the tools to do the homework, and further educate others in the hope that there will be a united Global Understanding in that Islam continues to be the greatest threat facing Western Democracies today.
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"Mass islamity ~ Stop the Insanity”
On this edition of The Versus Podcast, Bomani Jones of ESPN's Highly Questionable joins Bonta and Ed to discuss ESPN's next installment in their 30 for 30 documentary series entitled 'Rand University' which profiles the tumultuous rise of Randy Moss from his days in Rand, West Virginia to his collegiate stops at Notre Dame, Florida State and Marshall. Jones talks in detail about the film as he was named an executive producer of the documentary.
Following the interview, a TSFJ friend of the family Paul Navarro a.k.a. Fight Like Sugar joins us in the studio to talk about the current state of boxing as we wrap up the 2014 calendar with a full slate of intriguing matches.
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