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VAMOS A BAILAR! The Queen of Fresh, The Gypsy Poet, Poetessa Gitana gets down in her Latin Music Roots and talks to the amazing, witty and ever-so knowledgeable Kiki Sanchez who is this amazing, Producer, Arranger, Educator, Artist & Band Leader and crazy brother on the keys and gives the words, "Solidos De La Calle" a whole, new meaning! Good music, Good times and so much more!
Sanchez was never meant to be onstage singing according to statistics. In fact, he has beat the odds and has done many things he was not “suppose” to be able to accomplish.
When Sanchez was 6 weeks old, he suffered a stroke. He spent the first three months of his life at Children’s Hospital. The son of James and Victoria Tannehill had the odds stacked against him to walk, talk, and overcome a young, devastating blow to his life. But life and statistics did not underestimate the love and determination of Sanchez or his parents plus they had the one thing on their side that helped them overcome so many of life’s challenges: their faith in God.
Sanchez, along with his two brothers and a sister grew up in Alabaster, Al. Raised on strong Christian beliefs, he was never treated differently even though small modifications had to be acknowledged and occasional made for him. He attended Thompson High School. His spirit and determination helped him through high school and even won him accolades in local talent events. As he continued to build on his talent, more community leaders and talented musicians began to notice this rising star.
From opening up CityFest in Alabaster, to performing at the Special Olympics ceremonies, Sanchez continues to bring joy to others through his talents.
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My KICKASS guest this week has become a personal friend. His story is AMAZING!
Miguel is the physical manifestation of courage, tenacity, positivity, overcoming obstacles, and he is unwilling to accept anything but success.
“What stands between where you are now and the success that you desire? To be frank, it is your very own complacency, fears, and even your dependency on others according to Miguel Sanchez’s new book Conquering America. The author’s take on success and how to achieve it is enlightening, yet elegantly simple: take your dream and act upon it with discipline and resilience and your success is guaranteed. What I enjoy most about Conquering America is how Mr. Sanchez is able to distill broad concepts into bite-sized nuggets for action and wraps each with his engaging stories and experiences of challenges and persistence. For Miguel Sanchez there was a physical international border that he attempted to cross multiple times before he finally succeeded on his way to owning his own business. This book will enable you to understand what “borders” are holding you back and guide and inspire you to cross that border. Conquering America is an enthralling handbook for anyone who seeks to achieve the success they have always dreamed of.”
Come hear Michael Preece & Raul Sanchez this Sunday at 10am Pacific.
Join Your Host Steve Pisa on Cinema Files Radio This Sunday as we put another Episode in the Can.
This week our special guest is Mrs. Margaret Delmont-Sanchez. The topic we will be discussing is how to gte young people involved in playing a major role in the ideology of democracy. This week we will be answering the question of "who's responsibility is it to establish democracy in our world?"
Mrs. Delmont-Sanchez is CEO of Zambrano Foundation, Inc. The foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promote projects to educate, train and mentor the next generation of leaders of the Americas.
Zambrano Foundation presents the Democracy in the Americas Symposium (DITAS), a dynamic gathering of world leaders seeking to preserve democracy by discussing innovative initiatives that transform ideas of equality, freedom and prosperity into action plans for the next generation of leaders, and expand economic opportunities across the hemisphere.
DITAS is designed to encourage lively dialogue around a variety of topics with a specific goal in mind: Tackle the key issues that threaten democracy in our countries and create attainable solutions that have a positive and lasting impact.
Their intent is to take a macro approach to this very complex subject and demonstrate the interconnection of the key issues, activities and events present in democracy today. They will match the best minds in the field with the up-and-coming ideas of younger minds.
"Join us and take your seat at the table. The duty belongs to all and all must have a voice."
Link: Zambrano Foundation http://zambranofoundation.org
Link: Democracy in the Americas Symposium 2014 www.ditas.org
On this episode of isportsweb radio, host Ryan Dunne opens the show with who should be in the MVP talks halfway through the season. Next, he talks about the news in Tampa Bay and why Josh McCown is not the answer. Then, why Mark Sanchez is ready to soar in Philadelphia. Then, his updated top 5 NFL Power Rankings. Finally, he closes the show with his upset of the week.
Is the Nick Foles era done? Will Mark Sanchez be able to lead the Philadelphia Eagles into the playoffs? We'll answer those questions and more on this episode of The Broad Street Line as we recap an important but costly victory against the Houston Texans.
Also, due to the fact that we're doing the show on Election Day, we'll give you the Top 8 teams on our NFL Power Ranking ballot, vote thumbs up or thumbs down on the Sixers' rebuild, and get you caught up on 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.
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Thanks for joining us for another episode of the drinkfive.com Happy Hour and Fantasy Football podcast - tonight we get into some of the craziness (as always) from last week and continue to discuss trends in the NFL as well as touching on the latest and greatest waiver wire pickups for Week 10.
Inevitably there will also be some lineup questions, and we also invite you to share yours with us via the chat room or by calling in to be a guest on the show. Cheers! Drinkfive!
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There was no deja vu for the Philadelphia Eagles and their fans, as the Birds set up for a rematch with the Dallas Cowboys in week 14 for the Sunday night game...With a very different result! You KNOW Jim Williams and Mike McShane have just a few thoughts or more, over the Birds performance on the latest edition of Inside The WarNest.
The Eagles lost to their division rivals, the Dallas Cowboys at the Linc on Sunday night. This loss hit fans and the team hard, with a win meaning a secure spot of the NFC East. Now, everyone must root for an Indianapolis win against Dallas this coming week to have a shot at the playoffs.
The night started off rough for the Birds, when the special teams made an error on the opening drive of the game. This error allowed the Cowboys to score early.
As against the Seahawks in the previous week, the Cowboys dominated the time of possession on the field. LeSean McCoy was once again held, with only 64 yards on the night. Though the TDs for the Birds came from Polk and Sproles. Mark Sanchez threw 2 picks, and Dez Bryant of the Cowboys showed all the holes in the Eagles secondary with some big touchdowns.
This loss has many fans discouraged and anxious about the playoff future and leaves many questions: Have good teams like the Seahawks and the Cowboys showed a chink in Chip Kelly’s armor and the weaknesses of the team? What QB is the future of the team? Without a playoff appearance, can this season be called a success?
Next week, the Birds take on the hapless, dysfunctional Washington Redskins, and a chance to regain some footing in the NFC East. The guys break down that upcoming games, and the challenges the Birds face to make a playoff run.
Join Jim & Mike, as they debate and engage the hottest Eagles topics . . . AND, take your calls at 347 - 826 - 9964.