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Join the Invisible Dragon tonight as he plays a musical tribute to his former teammate and friend Eastern Illinois University’ All-American running back Kevin Staple (1961-2012). Join us tonight with Clarence Holman to this wonderful person tonight 9pm cst.
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Tonight, join host Ricky Keeler for another new episode of Kickin' It WIth Keeler.
On tonight's show, Game 6 of the World Series is tomorrow. Ricky recaps the craziness that took place in St. Louis and does he think the Cardinals still have a chance to win 2 games in a row in Fenway? He puts NFL Week 8 in perspective and looks ahead to Week 9 with the weekly staple: NFL Word Association with a special Halloween twist thrown in.
At 10:45 ET, its another installment of the Student Section Showdown. This week, we preview the Miami-Florida State game with returning editor of FSVIew (Florida State) Perry Kostidakis and the editor of The Miami Hurricane Spencer Dandes.
Plus, the NBA season begins tonight and the NHL is in full swing. All that and more tonight on Kickin' It With Keeler
The Other Side...A Preppers Path! on American Preppers Radio! Sundays *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to:http://prepperbroadcasting.com Tune into The Other Side of a Preppers Path this Sunday Oct 27th and learn why the traditional orange orb (pumpkin) isn’t just pie anymore. A staple of the garden and holiday season the pumpkin is often overlooked as a mere decorative gourd and something to make pie out of. Living a prepared lifestyle lends itself to looking at something for its known value and then looking again for the hidden values or ability to repurpose the item. Not just pie anymore! And…………. Time permitting we will take a look at the power for your carriage, your automobile and winter. The pumpkins are harvested now is your car ready for the change of season? Are you? Grab some cider and pull up a comfy chair and learn to be prepared. See you Sunday!
Tags: The Other Side A Preppers Path, Food, Medicine, Independence, preparedness, self-sufficiency, Prepper Broadcasting, Pumpkin, Holiday
It's the Week 8 edition of What's Brewin in Football, we take a solid look back at Week 7 in the NFL and Buttpush Gate. We take a look at the Penn State-Ohio State matchup with former Penn State CB Stephon Morris @S_Lova_ as well as an inside look at the New England Patriots. FanRag Sports' Stephen Sheehan @SSheehan925 joins us for our Monday staple moved to Wednesday "The Sheehan Report". Then get your weekly picks fix with the gang. Follow us on twitter @whatsbrewinnet
L-Beasley discusses Brandon Weeden being benched and the possibility of Ponder play since Freeman has a concussion! She discusses the report that Michael Vick will start for the Eagles this Sunday and the cons of him playing along with possible QBs for the Eagles to think about drafting in the 2014 NFL Draft! She discusses Vikings future with QB Josh Freeman after his horrible debut! She also discusses Ray Lewis comments about Adrian Peterson's future with the Vikings!
She discusses Thursday Night Football match-up: Panthers vs Buccaneers! She also discusses the Clippers covering the Lakers banners at the Staple Center! She also discusses the 2013 World Series: Red Sox vs Cardinals!
Please join our resident comedian and radio host, Anjan Biswas, in welcoming Emmy & Grammy nominated comedian and actress, Margaret Cho to AB Radio!
She is set to return to Boston on November 6, to The Wilbur Theatre, to perform her new stand-up comedy world tour show called MOTHER.
MOTHER is a complicated and completely original take on sex, politics, drugs, guns, identity and madness, proving time and time again, boundaries uncrossed are meaningless. Nothing is sacred, least of all, this MOTHER.
The cornerstone of MOTHER revolves around Cho’s long-suffering Korean mom and a staple of her shows, Young-Hie Cho.
“It’s great because I get to put a lot of emphasis on my own mother,” Cho explains. “My mother did not prepare me for the world. First - I was named the poetic Korean name "moran" which was perfect for the kids at school to call me "moron" and set me up for a good quarter century of therapy. However, I can clean a fish with my bare hands. So there are pros and cons of being from an Asian immigrant family.”
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Recently, Seymour Hersh, America's top mainstream investigative reporter, broke the news that the US government's claim to have killed Osama Bin Laden on May 2nd, 2011 is “a big lie. There is not one word of truth in it.”Hersh went on to harshly criticize his long-time employer, the New York Times, and other big media outlets: “We lie about everything, lying has become the staple.” He said all big US media outlets should be shut down for lying to the American people.Other mainstream journalists agree that the US government’s story of Osama Bin Laden and 9/11 is a big lie. Sherwood Ross, an award-winning journalist who has worked for the City News Bureau of Chicago, the Chicago Daily News, and for Reuters and other wire services, told me in a recent radio interview:“It's very doubtful that Muslims were behind 9/11. Think about this for one minute: That President Bush's family had done business with the family of the man who allegedly made the terrorist attack, Osama Bin Laden. The Bin Laden family was actually on the board of Bush's oil company. How is it possible that of all the billions of families in the world, the one family that makes the attack on America has done business with the President of America. That sounds more like a favor than anything else. I don't think 9/11 was an Arab conspiracy or a Muslim conspiracy. I think it's an American conspiracy to overthrow the government of the United States and install what is becoming a police state, and also to advance the imperial ambitions of the United States, to swindle the Middle East out of their energy resources.”
Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti guides the infamous Mad Chad through a field of yinzers.
This week, Mike and Chad are joined by Josh Yohe, a prominent writer for the Tribune Review. Josh, who covers the Penguins for the Trib, will touch on the Pens success so far this season and what improvement he still sees necessary for a cup run. Josh will also give his perspective on the slop that is the new fledged Metropolitan Division.
It's rivalry week! The hated Baltimore Ravens are coming to Pittsburgh in a battle of two disappointing teams. Will the Steelers be able to continue soaring upward, or can the champion Ravens return to form and get a staple win?
412 Sports Talk - where Yinzers aren't welcome.
Join us Saturday Night 11pm , for a little Incorrect fun. We will be discussing an age old staple. " The Man Card" What exactly is it? How is it earned? and most importantly How can it be REVOKED!!
Plus our normal spots.~I Hate it Whens.~ Is it gay if I ?~ Phone Pranks& Much More. Listen in or call in. (347) 996-3187
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Mark Izzo and Jennifer Conlin don’t see eye-to-eye on their Thanksgiving menus. “I have to have three things: there’s gotta be turkey, I have to have mashed potatoes, and there’s gotta be stuffing—either in the bird or on the side. And everything must be topped with gravey,” says Mark, who, when not planning holiday meals, hosts BTR’s JGroove Live Radio. If one of those is missing, I’ll make it myself and bring it to the dinner.” Co-host Jenn, on the other hand, is less concerned about tradition. “My Thanksgiving staple is sweet potato casserole. I mean, I like turkey but my plate is always one little piece of turkey and all the rest casserole. I love to cook and entertain, so Thanksgiving is the start of my favorite season. This year, maybe I’ll even invite you, Mark!”
Jeffrey Jackson, East Cleveland, Ohio native was born into a creative a musically inclined family. At an early age he remembers his father’s influence as a minister in church and a member of a gospel singing group. Jeffrey’s mother was known for the family’s house parties where Jackson would perform often for friends and family. Musical styles of the Midwest and West Coast lyrical nature of Hip-hop caught Jackson’s attention at an early age. By middle school Jackson, participated in countless freestyle cyphers and talent shows, by high school Jackson and two close friends had started a hip-hop group called the “Wood type killas”. Jackson and the group quickly became a staple for friends to see in numerous talent shows, Jackson quickly realized he enjoyed the creative compositions of Bones Thugs & Harmony.