Join us today as we talk to author James Graham about his book, "Victura: The Kennedys, a Sailboat and the Sea." Many families sail together, but the Kennedys’ relationship with Victura, the 25-foot sloop purchased in 1932, stands apart. James tells us more on the show today!
And giving back is a huge part of Sports Palooza, so we have TWO athletes who stop by and talk about what they are doing to give back to their communities:
Leigh Bodden: He spent 9 years playing as an NFL Cornerback for the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, and most recently the New England Patriots. He also supports the educational dreams of DC-area youth through the Leigh Bodden Foundation (founded in 2010).
Major League Baseball player Roy Smalley used the lessons first learned from his father and uncle and as a Little Leaguer® at Westchester National Little League in Los Angeles, Calif., to become a professional athlete, a successful businessman, broadcaster, and advocate of youth baseball and softball through his work as the President of Pitch in for Baseball. To recognize those achievements, Mr. Smalley has been named the 2014 recipient of the William A. “Bill” Shea Distinguished Little League® Graduate Award. He stops by to talk about the organization and the importance of little league baseball!
And, of course, we welcome back Nancy Flynn of the ePolicy Institute as she shares our social media faux pas of the week!
It's a great show!
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