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Aston Villa lost to the Baggies last weekend. And this weekend they've got the resurgent Manchester United, who they'll have to face without Ashley Westwood, Tom Cleverley, Kieran Richardson (yay) and heavens knows probably someone else. So, yeah, we'll talk about that.
But let's look at some other stuff too. Namely, it's only two weeks until the January transfer window opens. With injuries seemingly never going away, what can Aston Villa do to make themselves better on what will likely be a limited budget? Will making Cleverley permanent be a thing that the club do, and if so, will it be the only thing? Is there any chance of a Fabian Delph for Mousa Dembele swap with Spurs?
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We've got two things on our plates today, and both involve midlands rivals. We start by talking about last weekend's win over Leicester City. What about that tackle on Westwood? Wasn't it great that Ciaran Clark is amazing? Alan Hutton too? And are Leicester our new least favorite team?
Of course they aren't, because then we turn our attention to West Bromwich Albion, or as I prefer to think of them: Wet Sandwich Albatross. We preview this weekend's derby match where it will be decided, once and for all, which team reallyis the pride of the midlands.
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FEATURING: Kelly Cohen of the Washington Examiner talks (tune in and find out); Carl Pittman the author of The Personal Journey of a Black Common Sense Conservative turns the tables on liberal black thinking that leaves African Americans in the basement blamin white guys for the fact that life stinks; Jan Morgan is a tough, pistol & rifle packin lady who owns an Arkansas gun club that is MUSLIM FREE as in -don´t even think about coming into my range. Jan believes that islam is about as harmonious with American life as a 1000 piranhas in a swimming hole. Kevin Collins the retired NY City cop with a doctorate kicks Obama´s traitorous little behind and does likewise with political correctness. Rapid Fire Radio features: Nehemiah Blavin from Israel; Lisa Landau who tells us the these new screwy flourescent bulbs are lethally toxic; Craig Kleffman explains new proposed stupid ideas for California crimminals;
Chuck Wooten talks up asinine UN proposals to dump a ton of refugees onto America; mark Finchem talks border security and Paula Westwood urges America to find moral clarity and respect life from womb to tomb.
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ArtSees Diner Radio welcomes Susan Block back for Week 6 of Conversations On Creativity. Her special guest are husband and wife artisans, Connie and George Kassal of Long Beach, IN. Music is provided by jazz guitarist John Moulder of Chicago.
The Kassals met at the University of Wisconsin, married and have been longtime residents of Michigan City each accomplished in their own artistic fields. Connie, a painter, holds a BA and Masters in painting. She has exhibited widely in the Midwest including Chicago, South Bend and the Governor’s Mansion in Indianapolis. She is an art professor at Purdue North Central. Connie is also a faculty member of Prairie State College in Illinois and teaches at the LCA In Michigan City. George has a MA in photography and digital imaging. His work has been exhibited across the Midwest. He teaches at Purdue North Central and Prairie State College in the disciplines of photography, art appreciation, art history and the history of photography and often presents workshops in photography at various locations in the region. They have exhibited their work in tandem at various venues and operate under Kassal Studios.
Susan Block brings with her a vast knowledge of the arts and creativity. She is LaPorte County Poet Laureate Emeritus, playwright, writing workshop leader, art exhibition curator and cultural arts advocate. "Conversations On Creativity" is the brainchild of Block.
Series co-producer is Mary E. LaLuna, executive producer/creator of ArtSees Productions and host of “ArtSees Diner,”
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This week: We cover UCLA's road to the potential National Championship. Week 1 - UCLA struggles to beat lowly Virginia on the road. WHY was their offense so terrible in Week 1? Cause for concern in Westwood? PLUS a preview of the Packers/Seahawks NFL opener on Thursday night AND Dave does a taste test of the new Dunkin' Donuts in Santa Monica. Also in Hour 1: John in CT and Andy in Seattle share their "picks of the week" on our untitled-pick'em segment. In Hour 2: Kevin on the Cape and "Random Questions" where we break down a most successful draft for Dave and Kevin's fantasy team.
At 9 am on Aug. 23 joi host Nikki Williams and guest Tim Hughes to explore the healing power of foot reflexology. Tim will also be presenting a reflexology workshop at the PRS monthly meeting Aug. 30 at 7:30 pm at the Westwood Community Center. Details at prskc.org