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Hey everyone, we are bringing back this great show with youre DJ RevKyle Houck .... Live from club mania in Tampa, FL ... Great musicfrom the 70's, 80's, 90's and today coming youre way for two hours... Come check it out...
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On Friday August 12th at Midnight EST, 11 PM CST and 9 PM PST, Rat Skates join the hosts of the Up Close and Personal Radio Show. The Director of Born in The Basement will be interviewed on the show. Tune in for this great interview Live at Midnight EST, and listen to our podcasts of our other great interviews. From People involved in the Entertainment Industry
Monday evening, Feb. 17,at 8pm est, 7 pm cst and 5pm pst, on the Fine Art of Paleontology Ken Boorman and Mary Fetters will be asking host Ken McKeighen about the Evolution of Rays and Skates in part four of the Evolution of Sharks and Their Relatives. Join Ken, Ken and Mary at 8:00 pm eastern, 7:00 pm central and 5:00 Pacific on the Under the Sea Radio Show on blogtalk radio.
It's Marty St. Louis return to Tampa Bay as a New York Ranger, so join Shawn and NIck as the two of them disect his return to Tampa, what it means and think about Lightning fans possible reaction.
Plus McDonagh skates in a non-contact jersey, recap Philadelphia and Montreal, and look forward to Tampa and two Philadelphia games before we see Tampa again.
It's all Tampa and Philadelphia tonight on Blueline Buzz. That's great!
The "man-made climate change" movement has been using "science" as a way to push their anti-capitalism agenda for years, this week we detailed how science is no longer a search for truth and wisdom. Author Chris Skates was also here to talk about his latest book "Going Green," and "Sculpting Our Heroes" founder Greg Marra discussed his latest project. Of course we had all the latest political news as well. Tune in Saturday at Noon ET, or listen to the archive at your convenience.
The Don Smith Show “where it’s ok to be a conservative,” brings you the most in-depth coverage of all the latest political news. While the liberal media currently dominates the airwaves, now there is an alternative. Listen to The Don Smith Show every Saturday at Noon ET to hear great interviews with people like Ted Nugent, Col. Allen West, Charlie Daniels, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Pat Boone, Chuck Woolery, Ben Shapiro, Jon Voight, Deneen Borelli, NRA President Jim Porter, Victoria Jackson, and many more leading conservatives.
Don Smith is a business executive, and fiscal conservative. As seen on Fox News, CBS, PBS, Next Generation TV, and heard on various syndicated radio broadcasts around the country, “The Don Smith Show” takes the complex issues facing this nation and breaks them down in an easy to understand format. Tune in every Saturday at Noon ET for all the latest political news.
You can say one thing for sure about politics, "It ain't over until it's over.
No one, I mean no one predicted House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) would take a fall in the June 10 primary race. With a pacel of opponents Linsey Graham (R-SC) literally kicked butt and will maintain his role as the "litle man with the heart of a statesman".
Many have said the Tea Party was on it's last leg. Well, it appears to me both legs seem to be okay.
What does all of this mean? What can we expect in November?
Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" Wednesday morning June 11th at 7AM-8:30AM CST / 8AM-9:30AM EST for a Primary Day round-up.
Eighth grader Marlo Bishop has overcome what for some may have been an insurmountable challenge. Suffering a blood clot in her right leg at 14 months of age, she was in danger of the clot moving to her heart and ending her young life. Doctors decided it would be best to remove the leg. But having one limb has not slowed down Marlo one bit - she rides her bicycle, roller skates, plays tennis - and is now embarking on a career as a fashion model! Her mother Loretta Elliott explains what it takes to maintain high self esteem in a child who grows up a little different than other children and has to face teasing, bullying and even low expectations from other adults. As a featured model in the upcoming fashion show "We Live And Remember In Color" produced by Quinton de'Alexander, Marlo discusses how she overcame the difficult years to emerge triumphant over what some would consider a major disability, but for Marlo has been the challenge that drove her to excel.
We'll take you back to simpler times of your childhood and youth skate parties. Our guest Skip Clinton not only holds the title of 1986 World Champion Roller Skater but is also the owner of River Roll Skate Center in Riverside, Missouri. Skip shares his love for the sport of roller skating. He’ll discus his ownership of River Roll for more than 18 years, and he’ll discuss skating’s popularity and the future of the industry.
For more information about your show host Kelly Scanlon, please visit our radio page and our company website.
We are under assault daily by our own government. Microchipping the populace is one of the priorities of the authorities these days. Obamacare has a provision for “electronic devices” that can positively identify you as you. The device can be worn but if you are required to have it, how long will it be that you will just be chipped and that will be the end of it. This will help to locate you as the “new generation” of America’s future is ushered in from all over the world in order to have a compliant populace that owes everything to our dear leader. The missing emails are UNIMPORTANT.
Slicks and Sticks is taking the auto racing and hockey worlds by storm! The team is aking you behind the scenes of NASCAR, touring the garage, straping in with the drivers, spending time on the ice with the players, coaches and staff!! Don't miss a second of the action with some of the best in the sports, our guest co-hosts, suprise guests , tailgates, giveaways and much more!
"Three kids, no experience and one pucking good hockey show"
Tonight, we are Slingin' Dirt with 305,410 sprint car driver and Slicks and Sticks newest client, Tyler Bear! Tyler is coming off a solid 15th place finish at a very tough and damaging Selinsgrove Speedway. Tyler will talk with Kristina about the racing, his thoughts on signing with Slicks and Sticks and his upcoming race schedule. We always enjoy being able to sling dirt with Tyler and look forward to being at the tracks this weekend!
Joe Marraccino and Kristina will be lacing up the skates and taking to the ice hockey rink next. Monday, these two took into a heated discussion on their Best #NHL Free Agency Signings and let's just say neither agreed. Now, tonight they are going to give you the Worst #NHL Free Agency Signings...will they agree or battle it out again?
There will be more NHL news to talk about tonight as well and the dynamic duo will bring you all of it and more! Be sure to tune in tonight, call in and tweet us @slicksandsticks
ALANNAH MCCREADY recently released her debut EP Love Hangover produced by award-winning Nashville publisher Dan Hodges and renowned Los Angeles based producer John Fields.
Alannah began singing, appropriately, in cowboy boots and hat. But it wasn’t in Nashville, at the Ryman Auditorium. It was north of Minneapolis in the ex-urban flatlands of Blaine, Minnesota where she stood atop the back of a corduroy couch in 1991 as a four year old, in a ninja turtle costume and ice skates and announced the beginning of her singing career.
In 2010, she graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison but not before winning two National Division 1 Championships as a goalie for the Badgers. She lived in NYC for a few years after college, working in the sports marketing world, until she fatefully heard Nashville beckoning.
So while music has a big part of her heart, hockey has a special place in it too “Hockey has been a part of my entire family growing up and it brought me to a million different places. My brother and I were always around it, often spending summers training in Toronto and flying every which way for games. I think almost every person on the McCready side has strapped on the skates at least a hundred times in their lives. It’s the Scandinavian blood.”
DEREK PARRA, Olympian speed skater, Gold and Silver Medalist, 2002 Salt Lake City
In 1984, Derek began roller skating and by 1996 he had become the most decorated athlete in the history of the sport. As an inliner he was a three-time national champion, two-time overall World Champion, two-time World record holder (1500m and 42K) and earned eighteen individual gold medals. He was the most decorated athlete at 1995 Pan-Am Games winning 5 gold, 2 silver and a bronze medal. He had everything but an Olympic Medal. So in 1996, he switched from inlines to ice skates to chase after that medal. Just two years later he earned a spot on the 1998 US Olympic Team.
In February of 2001 he won a silver medal at the World Single Distance Championships (1500 meters) setting a new American Record and marking himself as "one to watch at the 2002 Olympic Games". Later that year, in November, he won a gold medal at the World Cup competition in Den Hague, Netherlands and became one of America's foremost medal contenders heading into the Olympics. In Salt Lake City he did not disappoint! After being selected to carry the World Trade Center flag into the opening ceremonies, the emotional evening inspired Derek through a remarkable 5000 meter performance on opening day of the Games. He briefly held the world record en route to a silver medal finish. That set the stage for a stunning world record finish and Olympic Gold Medal in the 1500 meter event!
Derek is also the first-ever Mexican American to compete in, and medal, in the Olympic Winter Games.