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This week Stacy Harris and her son Forrest join me to talk about how to graft apple trees. Grafting fruit trees is an important agrarian skill that everyone should know. You won't want to miss this episode!
Stacy's website : http://www.gameandgarden.com
The caleder still says February, the temperature in the northeast is still below freezing, and for many the winter snow has been relentless. However, nothing advertises a changing of the season quite like Spring Training.
Port St. Lucie is finally open for business. All position players were due by Tuesday, and today marked the first day of full squad workouts.
Over the winter, the Mets contracted a strong case of confidence. Tonight's 94th episode of the Rising Apple Report will swing the gates open to Camp Bravado, and debate the merits of their words.
If the Mets indeed seem emboldened to you, perhaps the return of Matt Harvey is one reason why. On March 6th, he will tentatively take the mound and face live competition for the first time since 2013.
Also up for discussion are the potential crowding of the bullpen and a lack of another lefty, Lucas Duda's injury, the never ending quest to rectify shortstop, the 1994 regular season, and much more.
Rising Apple staff writer Rich Sparago will host this evening's discussion, and will be joined by fellow staff writer Michael Lecolant. As always, you are most welcome to call the show and join the conversation.
The number is 646-929-0337. The show starts at 9:00pm (EST) sharp.
The Mets hot stove is failing to generate sufficient heat. That's the sentiment among a growing number of fans.
While the N.L. East has worked itself into a trading frenzy this winter, the Mets lone off-season acquisition remains outfielder Michael Cuddyer.
With a shortstop situation screaming for resolution, and a need for a lefty in the bullpen, Mets boosters are growing increasingly perturbed with the lack of front office activity.
Clearly then, ownership's financial straits continue to hamper team operations. Ticket prices are rumored to be going up this coming season, yet, there's been no uptick in payroll.
How is it possible then, Fred Wilpon was named to head Major League Baseball's finance committee?
Tonight, the 91st episode of the Rising Apple Report will try and make sense of it all. Rich Sparago will host what is sure to be a spirited roundtable discussion, and will be joined by fellow Rising Apple staff writers Michael Lecolant and Kevin Baez.
Joining the crew to share his insights will be special guest, John Coppinger, from MetstradamusBlog.com.
Tonight's opening pitch is at 9:00pm (EST) sharp.
Of course, we'd love to have you call in as well. Please do, at 646-929-0337.
Let the countdown begin!
Pitchers and catchers report to camp on February 19th, and the first full squad workout is scheduled for February 26th.
Until then, it's time to heave another log into the old Hot Stove.
Michael Lecolant will be hosting tonight's 92nd episode of the Rising Apple Report. Joining him from the RA staff will be the Converted Mets Fan, Sam Maxwell.
Their guests will include Stephen Keane from KranepoolSociety.com, and John Pielli, host of the Passed Ball Show at JohnPielli.com.
Sandy Alderson still has work to do. That will kick off the evening's discussion.
If his mind is truly focused on contending in 2015, he'd still be trying to resolve an unsatisfactory situation at shortstop, pursuing another established left-hander for the bullpen, and avoiding a logjam in the starting rotation.
They'll also discuss the appearance of six Mets on Keith Law's top 100 prospects list, and the interview that took place between Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports and Commissioner Robert Manfred regarding the Wilpons financial condition.
The show kicks off at 9:00pm (EST) sharp.
As always, your participation is most welcome. Please call the Rising Apple Report at 646-929-0337.
With two weeks remaining before pitchers and catchers are due to report, the New York Mets still have unsettled business.
The failure to trade Dillon Gee thus far poses a log jam in the starting rotation, and potentially crowds the bullpen with yet another right-hander. Unless something changes, it seems then, southpaw Josh Edgin is destined for an abusive workload.
Meanwhile, the general manager down ticked his personal expectations this season by one game, to 89 victories, yet is formulating a tentative plan to monitor Matt Harvey's innings in order to have him pitch into October. In much clearer terms, Terry Collins is also making pretty bold playoff predictions for the upcoming season.
The 93rd episode of the Rising Apple Report will discuss these matters, and more. Hosting this evening's roundtable discussion will be Rich Sparago. He will be joined by fellow staff writers Michael Lecolant and Chris Schubert.
Tonight's special guest will be Greg Prince, from FaithAndFearInFlushing.com.
They'll also discuss the recent departure of SNY's pre and post game analyst, Bobby Ojeda, and of course, revisit the 1993 regular season.
The show starts at 9:00pm (EST) sharp. You're always welcome to call and join the discussion. The number to dial is 646-929-0337.
Tonight will mark the 90th episode of the Rising Apple Report. Senior staff writer Michael Lecolant will hos this evening,
Joining the show for a first time will be a recent, and welcome addition to the Rising Apple staff, Justin Weiss.
Returning to share anecdotes from their recent QBC experience will be Mets fan extraordinaire/photographer Sharon Chapman, and “A Gal For All Seasons” Taryn “the Coop” Cooper.
This evening, the Rising Apple Report will also feature ruthless baseball analysis from the best writer you’ve never heard of, author Paul Lebowitz.
Together, they’ll continue discussing the recent Queens Baseball Convention, how recent transactions have shaken up the N.L. East, share some retrospective thoughts on the 1990 season, and stray anywhere else the conversation may lead.
Of course, you’re always welcome to join. Give the show a call tonight at 646-929-0337. Rising Apple would be happy to hear from you.
Tonight’s podcast starts at 9:00pm EST.
Tynicka and Liz discuss how the Apple Watch redefines the category and makes predictions on it's success. Spoiler alert: the don't agree! Check back here for show notes and links to resources.
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Great day everyone. Apple shared with the world a new device that a lot of people are going to get. ? Watch is set to change the lives for everyone willing to pay the price for this completely luxury accessory. I will discuss some of the things that wasn't discussed during the keynote and I'll answer teh most important question, should you buy one?
Damien, Ali, and Vlad sit down to get in the conversation about the web series Money & Violence and the traditional look of media versus the power of content and storytelling in the budding DIY age, an iPhone burning through a Brooklyn kid’s back pocket at school and whether Vlad is an Apple apologist or not, and Common’s recent remarks about people of color moving away from the past and focusing on love from here on out. All that and a lot more, so check it out.
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Danny has a cup of tea as he talks to guests Barbara Bronx and The Big Apple Dance film narrator Judy Pritchett as they discuss Frankie Manning, nroma Miller, Harlem Swing Society and the history of The Big Apple Dance, the 1937 swing dance craze that swept the nation. It's a fascinating look at the African-American roots of this dance in the Ring Shout from the days of slavery. Savoy Ballroom footage shows Whitey himself with Whitey's Lindy Hoppers. Columbia, South Carolina roots of The Big Apple Dance.
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'The Intercept': The CIA Campaign to Steal Apple's Secrets
This well written article was published by Jeremy Scahill and Josh Begley of 'The Intercept'.
The article outlines how the CIA has funded secret annual "Jamboree" meetings to expose and exploit security vulnerabilities in consumer electronics and household appliances since 2006.
According to the article, researchers devoted considerable time to the issue of hacking into Apple products.
Watch the report to learn more.
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