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The Major League baseball season is about to begin, and for many of us, it signals the start of outdoor fitness activities. To avoid injury, it's a good idea to do some spring training before jumping into your favorite sport. On this week's program, Mayo Clinic sports medicine specialist Dr. Ed Laskowski has tips for getting back […]
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RTU: #203 - Hello, Hello... Turns out I have vertigo
Main Course: After discussing an unchecked fear of heights, we got heavy into the Jets, Giants, Mets and Islanders. In all some great sports conversation...
The Major League baseball season is about to begin, and for many of us it signals the start of outdoor fitness activities. To avoid injury, it's a good idea to do some spring training before jumping into your favorite sport. On this week's program, Mayo Clinic sports medicine specialist Dr. Ed Laskowski has tips for getting back in […]
Prior to her writing years, Walker Smith worked in Los Angeles under the name Bobbi Walker as a recording artist signed to the prestigious Casablanca label. Even as she recorded three solo albums, she quietly continued her creative writing studies and began writing professionally part-time. In 1995, she moved to New York to pursue a full-time writing career. There she wrote commentary and interviews for two magazines, Vertigo and African Voices, as well as features for the Reel Sisters Film Festival. She completed a biography of celebrated radio pioneer Jack “The Rapper” Gibson in 1999, and then moved to New Orleans. Smith released her first novel The Color Line just two months before Hurricane Katrina made landfall. After relocating, she continued to write and finally finished her most personal novel. As a second-generation musician, Smith combined childhood memories of her father’s bebop jam sessions with her own experiences to create the world and characters of Bluestone Rondo. She now resides in Houston, Texas with her husband David.Prior to her writing years,
Keenan "Special" Bristol is a popular Caribbean recording artist. His new song is "Superman 1,2,3 Away," in keeping with the blood drive's slogan of "Heroes Donate Blood." He has a free CODE RED concert coming up on May 15th. Music Brings Life Inc., whick Keenan is the founder and president of, is a Brooklyn-based 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to educating young people in the Black American, Latino and Caribbean communities about the vital importance of donating blood, has begun its 2015 drive to get their message out and recruit donors, appropriately themed "Heroes Donate Blood."
Another episode of #SourceMaterial coming at ya live! It's gonna be me, Ronnie, Josh and Josh's wife, Laura tonight and we will be discussing the first 10 issues of Vertigo's "Y The Last Man." Written by Saga's Brian K. Vaughan, it's going to be a great discussion of a great comic. Join us!
Welcome to the QPKS Network! Today we welcome, Author Walker Smith to talk the Historical Motown Records, Jack the Rapper and more!
ABOUT WALKER SMITH
As the child of a jazz drummer and a book-addicted beatnik, Walker Smith grew up in a house filled with music and literature. The music bug bit first, and Walker was signed as a recording artist with the prestigious Casablanca label (under the name Bobbi Walker). But between studio sessions and appearances, she quietly pressed on with her creative writing and history studies. Three solo albums later, she walked away from the music business and headed for New York to pursue her real dream to write. She wrote interviews and articles for African Voices and Vertigo magazines, features for the Reel Sisters Film Festival, and a collaborative biography with black radio pioneer Jack the Rapper Gibson. After releasing her first historical novel The Color Line , Walker Smith began work on what would become her most personal novel--Bluestone Rondo.
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While being transported from prison, Werner Zytle orchestrates an escape by poisoning a guard with Vertigo. As Oliver tries to keep Laurel off the streets as a vigilante, Malcolm arrives at the hideout to inform Oliver that to beat Ra's al Ghul he will need to bring Thea into the team. Oliver decides to reveal the truth to Thea who accepts and praises him for the work he has been doing as the Arrow. Laurel tracks down Zytle and takes him on herself, only to be poisoned with Vertigo. Laurel begins to hallucinate images of Sara, who confirms all of Laurel's self doubts. Oliver and Roy arrive in time to save her and get her back to the base for treatment. Later, Oliver brings Laurel along to take down Zytle. Laurel is dosed with Vertigo again, but overcomes her fears to stop Werner. Meanwhile, DJ Chase attempts to kill Thea, but Roy and Malcolm show up; Chase commits suicide when it is clear he has lost. Based on Malcolm's advice, Oliver takes Thea to Lian Yu for training. Laurel meets with Quentin and finally tells him the truth about Sara. In flashbacks, Oliver attempts to contact his family but is captured by A.R.G.U.S. and interrogated for the location of Maseo and Tatsu. Amanda Waller brings Oliver and Maseo to Starling City to find China White.
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