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Come on in for our first play-by-ay broadcast of the 2014-15 basketball season
Poteet Pirates vs Rowlett Eagles
Men's Varsity Basketball on "The Couch Potato Sports Show"
Join Greg and Kate from the GRPM to talk about the upcoming exhibit, Real Pirates. National Geographic & Premier Exhibitions, Inc, organized the touring exhibition that tells the story of Whydah. The pirate ship sank nearly 300 years ago off Cape Cod, with Sam Bellamy at the helm and the treasures of 50 plundered ships aboard. It opens Saturday at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.
On the latest edition of Three Rivers...One Show, Matt Gajtka welcomes City of Champions staffers Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss to examine the latest developments on the Pittsburgh sports scene. The guys start with the Steelers, who are on the verge of clinching a playoff spot after overcoming an uninspiring start. What was the turning point and what is this team's ceiling? As for the Penguins, could they have done anything differently regarding the unprecedented spread of mumps? Also, the Bucs hosted their annual PirateFest last weekend, showing off new signings A.J. Burnett and Francisco Liriano. Are they done adding talent until the spring? Finally, Pitt is in a predicament, with another football coach leaving town and athletic director Steve Pederson stepping down.
The weekly edition of Three Rivers...One Show is of two minds. Not only will City of Champions co-editors Matt Gajtka, Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss close the book on the Pittsburgh Pirates' interesting season, they will also break down the upcoming Penguins campaign on the day of their opener. What can we expect from the Pens' new front office regime and coaching staff? What are the key on-ice factors for this team to get back to contending for championships? Also, the guys look into the Steelers and Pitt, both of whom have been unimpressive on the gridiron lately.
The latest episode of the Burgh Brew Interview series on City of Champions Radio features Matt Shetler of Pittsburgh Sporting News, as he and host Matt Gajtka put a bow on a complex season for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Was 2014 an unequivocal success for the Bucs, who returned to the postseason for the second straight year? How much disappointment remains after the wild-card letdown at PNC Park? What do the Pirates need to do to continue their resurgence next year? On an individual basis, which players will Pittsburgh be leaning on as the calendar page flips to 2015? What should general manager Neal Huntington's approach to free agency be? Matt and Matt address these questions and more on the Burgh Brew Interview.
From omerta to online: Modern mafia bosses break with tradition of generations of secrecy by flaunting wealth and power on Facebook
Violent man arrested in murder of popular high school counselor smirks at reporters while being led away
Three Somali men convicted of Al-Shabab terror atrocities are executed by firing squad
Mom thanked Jesus after chokehold homicide ruling
Hopes for Indiana Pacers star Paul George's recovery from horrific on-court scrimmage injury after doctors operate on his broken leg... but it could be 18 MONTHS before he is healed
Thieves steal $1million in designer goods from Texas beauty queen's two storey 'she-cave' after she proudly showed off its contents on Good Morning America
Three Rivers...One Show returns to City of Champions Radio, and October baseball is the biggest item on the menu. Matt Gajtka, Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss open their discussion with the Pittsburgh Pirates, who need to win the wild card game Wednesday to advance to their second consecutive National League Division Series. How good are the Bucs' chances with Edinson Volquez on the mound against the Giants? Did they make the right choice in going all out for the division title in Cincinnati? What chance do they stand against the Nationals if they get through? The guys also address shocking home stumbles from the Steelers and Pitt football and wonder if the Penguins' stars will be ready for the regular season.
After a week off, Three Rivers...One Show returns with the usual wide-ranging discussion on the Pittsburgh sports scene. Matt Gajtka, Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss start with the Pirates, who have used a remarkable September surge to climb to the brink of another playoff berth. What's been the most encouraging part of their sprint up the standings? How do they stack up when compared to the other National League contenders? What is the optimal lineup and pitching rotation should they survive a likely wild-card game? Later in the show, the guys address the Steelers' erratic start, Pitt football's opening month and the opening of Penguins training camp, as the Mike Johnston-Jim Rutherford regime takes a crack at reinventing the franchise.
This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
Let's face it, we all like to play video games to a certain degree, but some want to try to cheat their way through the game, but the companies behind those games have found truly creative ways to put a stop to video game piracy. We'll look at this as well as why Sony and Microsoft are going digital with game releases, making popular video game store GameStop upset. Thanks goes to our Arizona Magician and Tokusatsu Tim for these gaming issue ideas.
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Ikari Chaos-San is the founder and creator. Shirley is truly the Oddball Extreme. Janet is our resident Arizona Magician. Heather is Queen Kitty Serenity. Mike the King of Hearts is our video game wizard. We'll also have guest appearances by our friends from the MAD HOUSE, so come and listen in!
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We're back this Thursday night and we'll be hearing what the Pirates' promoter Matt Ford had to say at this past week's REF event at Poole Stadium. The Pirates still only have two riders for 2015 but we'll be running down the rest of the Elite League lineups so far. Be sure to join the chatroom or call in to make your points heard!!
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otadovec welcome WTAE Channel 4 Sports Director; Andrew Stockey, to the show. Andrew Stockey will talk a little bit about the Pirates wildcard game tomorrow, and time permitting give a quick take on the Steelers loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - lets talk MLB playoffs and NFL football.
POLITICAL ANIMALS--President Eisenhower's Christmas Message broadcast from Space
Censorship of Assasination depiction in Art--is nothing new--Gussipe Verdi's Opera Un Ballo en Maschera
originally depicting the Assasination of Swedish King Gustaf the 3rd--Censors objected--Verdi redid the script depicting the assasination of a Governor in Massachusetts
Bowe Bergdhal US Army desertion case---Was Bergdhal raped by his captors? Remember T. E. Lawrence--Colo Baird British Army --his brigade captured in India and sexually humilitated---
US Navy sailors captured by the Tripolian Pirates---Raped
Bergdahl will receive a less than honorable US Army discharge---But the public policy question; Should he receive back pay of an estimated $300,00?
Update on California Bar Association & the estimated 250 corrupt California Lawyers
December 19th--Births-Deaths & Events relevant to US(a)---
Alois Altzeimer--discover of Altzeimer's disease
1888 Fritz Reiner--One of the greatest music & Opera Conductor in history
Assasination of Indian Prime Minster Indira Ghandi
Dec 19th Births Deaths & Events Relevant to US(a)