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In the first edition of the 32 for 32 report by The Rocket Sports Breakdown, we'll be covering the San Francisco 49ers who were, by far, the biggest soap opera in all of the 2014 off-season. That drama carried over into the regular season which many of us had began to hear rumors of tension between the organization & former head coach Jim Harbaugh, who left to become head coach at his alma mater, Michigan University. In 2015, there have been many changes to this team. It started w/ a new head coaching hire in Jim Tomsula, which resulted in many folks scratching their heads & making more bar trips to drown their depressions. A handful of players have either retired, moved on to other teams in free agency, or simply been cut. However, some of their new editions have included linebacker Darnell Dockett, running back Reggie Bush, & wide receiver Torrey Smith, whose former team Baltimore Ravens defeated the 49ers in the Super Bowl just 3 seasons ago. He'll be reunited alongside Anquan Boldin, who was also on that Ravens team before being traded to San Fran. The big question for the Niners is what type of team will they be in 2015? We'll discuss that & their first round draft pick - defensive end Arik Armstead (Oregon) & more on The Rocket Sports Breakdown which airs this Wednesday morning @ 9:30am on Blog Talk Radio. Rocket Nation, get ready for our first big 32 for 32 power trip.
San Francisco Travel brings the city to life in a new podcast series, “Sounds of San Francisco.” Recorded by award-winning sound designers, these podcasts tell the story of the city’s iconic sites, offering a behind-the-scenes look into neighborhoods and sounds that make them unique, including: the canle car bell, the Pier 39 sea lions, and the restaurants of Chinatown.
Please join host Frankie Picasso along with her guest Doniece Sandoval, founder of Lava Mae on Thursday, June 11th at 1:00 pm est for The Good Radio Network.
Doniece is the brainchild and founder of Lava Mae, a mobile washroom and shower station that services the 3500 plus homeless in San Francisco and gives them a chance to get clean on a regular basis.
Doniece knew she wanted to help the homeless and a chance encounter gave her the idea she needed to help deliver dignity and unlock the opportunity for these street folks needed — one shower at a time.
Let's face it, most of take water and bathing for granted, but imagine how difficult it would be to get a job, control hygiene or even find housing when no one will let you use their public toilets or washrooms? No one wants to sit next to someone who is smelly, dirty and literally an attraction for disease? So Imagine how difficult it is to get yourself OFF the streets when you can't get clean? No one will hire you or give you a clean apartment.
Lava Mae offers these folks their dignity. By giving them a washroom, and a chance to bathe away the grime, these homeless folks can now shedule their bathing opportunity weekly, and through partnering alliances, maybe even get fresh underwear, socks and clean clothes.
Lava Mae is run by volunteers.
Three-time Super Bowl Champion Roger Craig joins Joe Lisi On The Weekly Blitz. Craig was a standout for the Nebraska Cornhuskers from 1980-1982 rushing for 2,446 yards with 26 touchdowns. He played for legendary head coach Tom Osbourne and became a 2nd round draft pick of the San Francisco 49'ers.
Playing for Hall of Fame head coach Bill Walsh, Craig became a three-time Super Bowl Champion and cemented his career as one of the best running backs of his era. Craig was a complete running back who rushed for 8,189 yards averaging 4.1 yards per carry and caught 566 passes for 4,911 receiving yards. Craig recorded 73 total touchdowns in his amazing 11 year career for the 49'ers, Raiders and Vikings.
Craig had great vision and had one of the best running styles in the league as he "high stepped" his way to greatness in the NFL.
He was a fierce competitor who played the game with intensity and heart in helping his teams to Super Bowl victories over the Miami Dolphins, Cincinnati Bengals and the Denver Broncons.
Roger loves the game of football and is a motivational speaker who talks about his success with athletes of all ages. To learn more about his current work, visit his webasite at: www.RogerCraig33.com.
Roger was elected into the 49'ers Hall of Fame in 2011.
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Tonight we will welcome our newest team correspondent, Jennifer Lee Chan, on the field reporter covering the San Francisco 49ers for NFLfemale.com and onhergame.com to discuss the overview of the NFC West contender two games into the NFL season. We'll touch on the Monday Night Football mini-meltdown resulting in a loss to the Chicago Bears, the off field distractions, and where we think Colin Kaepernick is thus far in the season.
Jon and Jane will discuss the framework of the family on Mother's Day. They will also discuss what principles led them to be non materialistic including the likes of Lenin and Trotsky. that's right, one of us is a Christian Socialist.
We are also promoting a cartoon contest for religous toleration.
UNFORTUNATELY, THERE WERE SOME TECHNICAL PROBLEMS THAT DIDN'T ALLOW AM360 TO BROADCAST... PLEASE LISTEN TO IMAM QASIM AHMED IN THE ARCHIVE
The Jumah Khutbah TimeTable: 12:30pm (pst) 2:30pm (cst) 3:30pm (est)
This weeks Khutbah will be given by Imam Qasim Ahmed at the San Francisco Muslim Community Center.
Dexter carter played at Florida.State University from 1986-89, in 1989 was named a team captain by legendary coach Bobby Bowden. In his career Dexter accounted for 3,260 all-purpose yards and 22 touchdowns. He is ninth all-time for all-purpose yards in school history. Carter was drafted in the first round of the 1990 NFL Draft by the 49ers and in his rookie season led the niners in rushing. He would play 7 years in the NFL the majority with the 49ers and was an integral part of the 49ers 1994 Super Bowl winning season as a kick returner.
On this edition of the Versus Podcast, Bonta and Ed decided to spew 50 minutes of madness amongst each other, and that produced nothing but hilarity. Joining the lightskin duo to make some fun history was the homie Sean from Virginia. He got plenty of chuckles from Ed's breakdown on his Halloween shenanigans, which included the purchase of some Crown Royale Maple Whisky that made him so hungover that he stumbled into the studio two hours late.
Also, Bonta shared the excitement that hit the San Francisco streets in the last week, as he celebrated the San Francisco Giants third World Series championship in five years, staying all night on some tomfoolery, and his experience walking down Market Street during the parade like his name was Willie Mays. Later in the podcast, Eddie rants about the trouble that looms with his Oklahoma City Thunder while Bonta and Sean laugh hysterically, while also dissecting the Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard altercation.
Thank you for supporting the movement as we try to make some fun history together. Hosted by Eddie Maisonet. Produced by Bonta Hill. Diversified by Doc Archer. Created for the people. Subscribe to The Versus Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher Radio.
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