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Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, #NFL Analyst, Hunter Combs, has a different role for the next two weeks! He will be our #Olympics insider for the 2014 Winter Olympics in #Sochi, #Russia. We will chat about #Bobsled, #Luge, #Snowboard and #Skiing as well as giving our picks for some of the events! We will also give you updates on #Warriors vs. #Bulls as well as any #NFL news that Hunter has for us! We are live in a hour!
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll give you our thoughts on the historic announcement by Missouri DE Michael Sam. Will he be a pioneer for social change in sports? We'll answer that question and plenty more.
Later in the show, we'll recap the 2014 Winter Olympics and run down the best #SochiProblems that we can find. And, as always, we'll break down the rest of the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
With the 2014 Winter Olympics being held in Sochi Russia this year starting on February 7th, Flavor Living Radio is proud to share Russian Food Traditions.
Our guests for the show will include: Tatyana Telnikova, born in Russia and owner of Handlebar Restaurant in St. Louis Missouri. We can’t wait to hear her tell us about some of the Russian foods that the Olympians will get to experience in Sochi. Then stayed tuned as we talk with Hotel Manager of the “Tulip Inn Rosa Khutor Hotel” about “Amsterdam”, the hotel’s restaurant located in Sochi.
Now you too can touch what some cooks will never in their life have a chance to feel, what this grand hotel will be serving their guests. Not just any guests but guests that have come from all over the world to participate in this year’s winter Olympics.
A good hearty meal sets the senses straight, our bodies in motion and our minds to think clearly. Be sure to take notes so that you yourselves can prepare these dishes at home and then tell your friends you’re eating what our great Olympians ate.
The winter olympics has gotten under way and there is grumblings already about the hospitalality in Russia. DE Michael Sam from Missouri has come out about being gay. Will the NFL players have a problem with that or does it matter. NBA approaching the all-star break who do u think has a late run to make it to the playoffs or seize home-court advantage.
Join Host Sean Astin as he discusses the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics in Russia.
Dr. Fait Muedini is a faculty member at Eckerd College, where he teaches International Relations, as well as Islam and Human Rights and Middle East Politics.
David C. Speedie, program director, U.S. Global Engagement Program, and senior fellow at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
The Honorable Neil Glick served his Washington, DC Capitol Hill community for 12 years as an elected Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner. He also worked in Moscow, Russia in business from 1993-1997.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as she shares the secrets to staying well this winter through purposeful self-care.
The holidays can be marked by festive excitement. They can also overwhelm us. We overextend and overindulge.
The nourishing of both body and emotions is the epicenter of well being.
Tune in and learn what you can do to boost your immune system and fight the effects of "Old Man Winter."
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For the final Voices of the Earth program of 2014 I am so very pleased to welcome several previous guests. Nancy Ash, Linda Marie Nelson, Wende Essrow, and Dawn Kirk will join me to share readings and their reflections of this sacred Season of the Winter Solstice and the Festival Of Lights. I will offer a meditation and prayer for peace for our beautiful, precious Earth and all her inhabitants. We hope you will joiin us for a special hour.
Bright Blessings to all for a beautiful Winter Solstice and Peace-full Yule!
In Winnipeg, they don’t hibernate in the Canadian winter, they get out and enjoy it. Travel Brigade visits Manitoba’s biggest city where, when the rivers freeze over, people gather to skate and play hockey on them. This is a city where people actually ice skate to work! We’ll learn about local dining and fun hotels, places to keep warm, and Manitoba’s own version of “The Da Vinci Code” in the legislative building. We’ll also go from the outdoor cold indoors to a hot experience at a Turkish-style hamam. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
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