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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will turn their attention to the hardwood. Stephen Curry, of the Golden State Warriors, was named the NBA MVP. Do you think that he was deserving of this award? What is the biggest surprise of the NBA playoffs, as round two gets underway? Who do you think will advance to the Conference Finals? Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
Robert Winfree returns this week with a look at longtime character actor Tim Curry and the impressive list of villains he's portraye. The man has played everyone from a crazy transvetite to the Lord of Darkness, and gave an entire generation a fear of clowns. Everyone Loves a Bad Guy examines his prolific career and what makes him so successful.
Professor Curry: Interview with Soke Little John and Tayari Casel
Tune in tonight with this conversation with two of Martial Arts Best Pioneers! Call in at 9pm: 646-716-6825....OUS!
1A- The Playoffs continued!
2A- NY Yankees at a glance!
2B- NY Mets at a glance!
3A- The Winners and losers in the Draft!!
3B- NY Giants Draft review.
3C- NY Jets Draft review.
4A- Stephen Curry named 2015 MVP!!
4B- NBA Playoffs!!
5A- Danny Garcia wants to fight Adrien Bronner in Philly?? Will this happen??
5B- Floyd Mayweather defeats Manny Pacquiao!!!
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We will recap one of the best days in sports history starting with Mayweather beating Pacquiao to go 48-0. Is it the last fight that fans will care about? Saturday also had NHL Playoffs & Kentucky Derby. Who did well in the NFL Draft? We will look at which teams improved their rosters like Jets, Bucs, Titans, Browns, Cowboys, Jaguars, Redskins, Rams and Steelers. Did the Chiefs and Colts miss out on good players? Will also recap trades, sleepers and discuss fantasy football. In the NBA Playoffs Clippers win game 7 to knockout the champs and end the Spurs run. Warriors and Wizards look good in game 1 wins. Steph Curry wins MVP. We end with MLB and the hot Cards, Yankees, Astros & Dodgers. Join us 6PM ET Call in 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
During this episode Jeff Classic interviews and features the amazing independent Nashville based singer-songwriter Stephen Hunley. Stephen recently performed at Texas Indie Fest in Austin,TX during SXSW, which is produced by Indie on Air! and Match 1 Entertainment. Other great independent music will be featured as well.
Stephen Schwertley is a first-time fiction writer. After suffering a stroke in 2013, Steve’s creativity blossomed as he began to write the book he's had in his head from his college days. With his quirky sense of humor permeating his life, he lives in Cave Creek, AZ with his wife, Joy. and 2 Yorkies.
Enemy in the Heartland is a believable story that is riveting from beginning to end – the author is a master of tying multiple characters and events into a single theme all the while creatively leaving possibilities for future branches or sequels.”
~ Michael D. Bush, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army
It’s hard to believe that this book is the first effort of its author, Stephen Schwertley. It isn’t often that you read a first novel with the detail of plot and beautifully crafted character development found in Enemy in the Heartland.
This story of terrorists could have been taken right from the headlines in a newspaper in New York, London, Paris, or Tel Aviv. Rarely will you read a story so contemporary in its writing that it’s as realistic as a lead news story.
As the reader flies through the pages of this book, you might wonder if someone had successfully cloned Tom Clancy (in his early years). You can’t go from page to page without wondering how long you could possibly hold your breath.
Using a very large cast of characters, a reader might think that so many players would cause confusion & a need to make the effort to follow the intricately constructed storyline. But there’s no need to worry, because he's done a really admirable job of detailing not only a clearly defined plot ~ a partial review from Ken Mitnick
Visit Steve at: www.StephenSchwertleyAuthor.com/
Catch up with Peteypete and Stephen Ivey as they give you the #WOTS
Stephen Hunter, is the New York Times bestselling author of The Third Bullet. And, in his latest work, I, Ripper, he continues his mission of providing his readers with thrills and chills worthy of Jack The Ripper himself. In the words of John Waters, this latest tale is a “rip, rip, rip-roaring novel by a real killer of a writer.” Join us as Stephen shares his insights about the man who became the archetype of psychotic killers for generations.