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Episode 49 – 08/13/2014 – A year in jail for 20 over in Virginia
20 miles over in VA class 1 misdemeanor and a year in jail;
Robin Williams career and the challenges of depression;
Immigration reform and the children now enrolled in schools;
Political attack radio stations and the culture of fear;
Dispute over the ship allegedly carrying oil in the Gulf of Mexico;
Ebola pandemic and the treatment of American doctors and the vaccine;
Kool-Aid and Popsicles but not if the government is watching;
Eel lives to a ripe old age of at least 155 and fish longevity generally;
iPhones and Terry’s review of smart phones, generally.
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We get all the info on Ohio State's biggest game this season that nobody is talking about (well, except us of course), Virginia Tech, with Joe from THE KEY PLAY. Topcs discussed include an update on Tech's QB battle, injuries in fall camp, the chances of a major rebound from their running game, how good their secondary might be this season, how the ACC Coastal might shake out, and why Jake Heaps always equals tears.
John and Dan discuss the Virginia Cavaliers, wonder whether they'll go 2-10 again, and of course, talk about beer
John and Dan are almost at the finish line for this summer's ACC football previews, talking about Virginia Tech today, plus beer.
KMOV’s Brittany Noble has been covering the murder of 18-year-old Michael Brown and the subsequent protests in Ferguson, Mo., since his tragic death. Noble brought us the first interview with Brown’s mother and continues to cover the events in Ferguson as they unfold.
Brittany has been the "boots on the ground" journalist/report, being the eyes for the world into the shooting, riots and protest in Ferguson, Mo.
Join us Monday, August 18, 2014 at 11 PM EST for this Special Report.
World Footprints will take you on an exploration of the wonderful city of Norfolk, VA. On today's show we will travel through rich historical neighborhoods like Ghent, meet fascinating residents like the Doumars Family—creators of the ice cream cone, and visit cultural attractions like the Chrysler Museum and Attucks Theatre.
From the Waterfront to the Freemason District, the Botanical Gardens, Nauticus and beyond, Norfolk offers a treasure trove of art, culture, history and culinary delights.
Coach Tony Ballard is a guy who knew in high school that one day he would become a coach, a teacher, and motivator for kids playing the Quarterback position. He learned the true meaning of working hard from Henry “SHAKE” Washington and Clarence Higdon. He also discovered a simple fact – Failure Is Not An Option!!
Coach Ballard attended Florida A&M University where he learned the Quarterback position by playing and studying the fundamental techniques that make a Quarterback GREAT! He truly believes you must be a student of the game first, so that you can be a master at it later.
Tony was the first head coach with the New Tampa Wildcats to win a National Championship. This is where he began to have an eye for recognizing Quarterback talent in the Tampa Bay area and when he began training young Quarterbacks. After years of experience working with Quarterbacks at all levels, he started “HUSTLE INC QUARTERBACKS CLINIC ACADEMY”.