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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 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.
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.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Matt Gallagher to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what it was like to be a part of the making of BOB AND THE TREES and what he hopes viewers of the film take away from it.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Bob Tarasuk to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss the journey to bringing BOB AND THE TREES to life and what he hopes viewers take away from the project.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes writer and director Diego Ongaro to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what it was like to bring BOB AND THE TREES to life and what he hopes viewers take away from it.
It's time to fire up the New York Mets Hot Stove.
Rising Apple staff writer Michael Lecolant will host tonight's 87th episode of the Rising Apple Report. Joining him will be Stephen Keane, proprietor of KranepoolSociety.com, and from GalForAllSeasons.com, Taryn Cooper.
They'll discuss the organization's potential strategies for improving the club this off-season, while also taking time to consider their limitations.
Congratulations are also in order, as Juan Lagares earned a Gold Glove, and Jacob deGrom became a finalist for N.L. Rookie of the Year.
A look back at the 1987 Mets season will wrap things up.
Tonight's Rising Apple Report launches at 9:00pm EST.
As always, all are invited to call and join the conversation. Please do, at 646-929-0337.
Congratulations to the San Francisco Giants for winning their 3rd World Series title in the span of 5 years.
Tonight's Rising Apple Report will review their thrilling seven game victory over the relentless Kansas City Royals. RA staff writer Michael Lecolant will host this evening's roundtable, and will be joined by fellow writers Sam Maxwell and Rich Sparago.
Their guest will be Greg Prince from the website Faith and Fear in Flushing.
Episode #86 will also take an Amazin' trip down memory lane and revisit the 1986 New York Mets championship season.
The show starts at 8:00pm EST.
Of course, you're invited to join the discussion. The number to call is (646)-929-0337.
Zari Banks, M.Ed is a three-time best-selling author, editor, teacher and speaker. Zari was born and raised in Kennewick, Washington. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Gonzaga University she left the cooler weather of the Northwest for the Sonoran Desert of Tucson, Arizona. She worked eight years in Public Education before a lay off from her district inspired her to return to her first love - writing. Zari is the author of seven books and the editor or assistant publisher of more 15 other books. Tonight we will discuss her wisdom giving book My Money Grows on Trees as well as aligning ourselves financially for 2015.
Today's Show: In Whom or What do you Trust?
Proverbs 3:5-6 tells us to “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight”. If you’ve been to church several times in your life you will have heard this and maybe even committed it to memory. When it comes to money, however, there is a frightening acceptance of a trust in money, not God.
You see it’s easy to make plans and to dream based on what you can see and think is financially possible. Yet, that’s not how we’ve been called to live. We have been called to trust Him and to lean on Him in ALL our ways! This week we're going to dive in to the 'hot topic' of retirement! It is not God's plan; never has been; and He has a better way if we will turn from the current world view back to Him as our provider for our financial needs throughout our lifetime!