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Sports In Depth Live From Verissimo's In Sao Paulo Brazil/*TRUST*IN**GOD***/

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Doc Stanley and his iconic posse are doing it again,legendary scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee''Doc'' Stanley Sr.,and his iconic posse are broadcasting live from Sao Paulo,Brazil,bringing to the aire,once again the award winning and legendary,radio show'Sports In Depth'.

Broadcasting live from famed,Verissimo's restaurant,in South America's largest city,Sao Paul,in Brazil.
Chiquinho De Almedia(Tenor saxaphone),Ivan Paikas(Bass)Luis''Big Cup Cake'' Passos(Guitar),Edu Puperi(Keyboards) and on the drums,Mauricio Caetano,Doc's now tagged'' The Verissimo Jazz Five(5)quintent'',they once again  perform their renowned weekly Saturday night,jazz matinee peformance. The jazz,atmosphere,food and musicians are simply...great.
We too send birthday greetings to American musical and sports icons,Prince(Rodgers) and Allen''The Answer'' Iverson whom both celebrate birthdays today.
Tomorrow we remember a dear  friend,legend and special human being, the iconic and now late,Mr.LeRoy Neiman,whose birthday is on June 8th.
The greatest sports artist of all times and one of the greatest artist ever,peroid. And also too birthday greetingsto former MSG boxing president,and Don King's righthand man and matchmaker,Bobby Goodman,another long time friend and too Ricardo''Al Pacino'',who soon celebrates a second birthday.We remember Don Zimmer and continue to salute,the great Derek Sanderson Jeter in his final season,number two,yet second to none as a player and a person. A real live American hero,everything Joe DiMaggio was suppose to be and what Mickey Mantle wasn't.

*TRUST*IN**GOD***

''Reflect upon your present blessings, of which every man has plenty; not on your past misfortunes of which all men have some''. — Charles Dickens

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