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  • 00:44

    #28 - Tribute to Yogi Berra (Diamond #15)

    in Sports

    Baseball icon Yogi Berra passed away at the age of 90.  In this episode, Seth speaks with Marty Appel, Author, Yankees historian, & former Yankee PR Director. about Berra's legacy.  His success on the field, to his as well as his role as an unofficial ambassador after his career was over.  The Yogi-isms abound, its a great tribute to a legendary baseball figure.

  • The Life and Times of Yogi Berra

    in Politics

    Yogi Berra, one of baseball’s greatest catchers and characters, who as a player was a mainstay of 10 Yankees championship teams and as a manager led both the Yankees and the Mets to the World Series — but who may be more widely known as an ungainly but lovable cultural figure, inspiring a cartoon character and issuing a seemingly limitless supply of unwittingly witty epigrams known as Yogi-isms — died on Tuesday. He was 90.NYT

  • 00:36

    RTU: #244 - FUNLOAD - Yogi Berra... and Nicholas Cage

    in Sports

    Ready to Unload: With Cal & Sanpete


    Subscribe to the RTU: Podcast in iTunes HERE - Also available on STITCHER HERE


    RTU: #244 - FUNLOAD - Yogi Berra... and Nicholas Cage - Recorded on 9.23.15


    This episode of RTU is brought to you by the Gotham Sports Network, the place for great NY Sports blog and opinion. Go to GothamSN.com and check it out. Gotham Sports Network: ALL New York, All the time...


    RTU FUNLOAD:  Our old friend the Swami surprised us with a call to talk about the passing of Baseball Legend and American icon Yogi Berrra. A really nice conversation about someone pretty much everybody liked. 


    Then we talked about Nic Cage movies... because, well, it was time.  


    Available on iTunes...


     


     

  • 00:43

    Baltimore Sports Talk - Yogi Berra

    in Sports

    Join hosts Rob McQuay and Geoff Cowles as we talk about Yogi Berra with the Yogi Berra Museum.

  • 00:59

    Ann chats with Founding Director of the Yogi Berra Museum and much more!

    in Sports

    Ann chats with Dave Kaplan, Founding Director of the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center about the great Yogi Berra and to Andrew Muscato, the Producer/Director of the documentary DOPING: The Dirty Side of Sports, airing on EPIX. 

  • 01:25

    The Pope says "Arrividerci" to America and we remember Yogi Berra.

    in Politics

    Back in the day, there was a popular song, "Arrividerci Roma." Today, the Pope said "Arrividerci to America." His historic visit will log be remembered. Tonight we will discuss the high points of his visit. Also, we will be remembering # 8...Yogi Berra and share his "Yogi-isms." Then, not to be neglected, politics is always in the mix. Join us at 646-595-3275 and share your views on all topics diccussed today. As usual, coffee is required, so bring yours along.

  • 00:30

    Yogi Aaron from Blue Osa Yoga Retreat & Spa

    in Spirituality

    Today I get to interview Yogi Aaron from Blue Osa Toga Retreat and Spa in Costa Rica!


    Yogi Aaron’s greatest desire is for people to realize the fragility of life and savor every precious moment. He believes too many of us live in the shadows afraid to embrace the abundance that will deliver us to our destiny. His mission is to hold space for those curious enough to become still and discover their own unique brilliance within. Yogi Aaron is a liberator, a change initiator. He is a Master Teacher of Yoga, an International Retreat Leader, the author of ‘Autobiography of a Naked Yogi’, the founder of Blue Osa Yoga Retreat in Costa Rica, a born adventurer and an avid animal lover. His message is one of conquering fear and saying yes! to life with courage, faith and grace. His intention is to inspire all of us to realize our inner strength and cultivate indomitable will, so we’re able to reveal our best self and shine bright. For more info go to blueosa.com

  • Remembering Yogi, covering the Pope

    in News

    Two iconic figures - Yogi Berra and Pope Francis - will be the subjects of our next Record Talk Radio broadcast at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 30.


    The first half of the program will be a round table discussion with Stephanie Akin, Jeff Green and Christopher Maag, three members of the team of Record reporters who covered Pope Francis' recent visit to New York City and Philadelphia.


    The second segment will feature a conversation with Record sports columnist Bob Klapisch, and David Kaplan, diirector of programs at the Yogi Berra Museum in Montclair.


    They will discuss Berra's legacy as a New York Yankees Hall of Fame catcher, beloved sports figure and North Jersey resident.


    Do you have a question for any of our guests? Send your suggestions to ensslin@northjersey.com by noon Wednesday.


     


     


     

  • 00:30

    Dialogue With A Yogi

    in Self Help

    Thinking about taking a yoga class?  Not sure of the benefits of a yoga practice?  Well, tune in today as Infinite Vibrations  talk yoga with Yogi, Clarence Taylor.  Mr. Taylor will share his views of yoga, how its provided healing within his life, the type of yoga practice he prefers, and the tranquility he's gained from his practice. 

  • 01:23

    Another Fork in the Road: Responsible Resolutions Cam Compton & Lisa Dryer

    in Education

    Brain injury survivors, Lisa Dryer and Cam Compton join me to discuss reasonable and responsible and realistic resolutions in the new year. Cam and Lisa both are challenged by many health issues. Lisa is living with Multiple Sclerosis, (MS.) and Cam had a stroke nearly four years ago. Their debilitating illnesses take a toll on each of their lives. Were going to find out how Cam and Lisa approach resolutions in the new year, how they decide if they are reasonable challenges, and how they attack their illnesses to make their lives better.


    Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices!



    To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.



    Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com


    Donna's Blog: donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com

  • 00:27

    REMEMBERING HUGO ' YOGI' PINNEL

    in Current Events

    Revolutionary Greetings . Join George Jackson University Radio tomorrow night . As long standing comrades and family make tributes to San Quentin 6 ,Political Prisoner and Revolutionary Hugo Yogi Pinell . Listen to some of the comrades words over his time incarcerated . Hear from brothers whom knew him personally and can give you insight into his mind,personality and character . Learn why this brother was tortured and how he became a prisoner of war and political prisoner . Hugo Pinell was for the people revolution anything else was not him . He made sacrifices to uplift ,educate and organize our people . But let his comrades speak for him ....Big Ern(Ernest Shepard);David Johnson(San Quentin 6);Sundiata Tate (San Quentin 6) and more . Tune in people The Struggle is for land . The call in number to listen to the show is 347- 826-7332 or listen online at GeorgeJacksonUniversityRadioBlog. Also check the comments below for further info .