• 00:38

    Three Rivers...One Show: Catching Up On Steelers, Penguins, Pirates & Pitt

    in Sports

    On the latest edition of Three Rivers...One Show, Matt Gajtka welcomes City of Champions staffers Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss to examine the latest developments on the Pittsburgh sports scene. The guys start with the Steelers, who are on the verge of clinching a playoff spot after overcoming an uninspiring start. What was the turning point and what is this team's ceiling? As for the Penguins, could they have done anything differently regarding the unprecedented spread of mumps? Also, the Bucs hosted their annual PirateFest last weekend, showing off new signings A.J. Burnett and Francisco Liriano. Are they done adding talent until the spring? Finally, Pitt is in a predicament, with another football coach leaving town and athletic director Steve Pederson stepping down.

  • 01:29

    HBCU Tuesdays!! Discussion With HBCU Coaches & Players Past/Present

    in Sports

    We are bringing HBCU Tuesdays and HBCU Football to the forefron on this day. We will have some coaches and players that are current and former to talk about the HBCU Football Season. Make sure to join us and we talk about the scores and the upcoming schedule. We will also dive into some of the financial issues some of the schools are facing. And, is any level of CFB handing out full scholarships?

  • 00:01

    Part 14: Close-Up Talk Radio welcomes back Maureen Santora

    in Education

    Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.


    “It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”


    In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.


    “It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”

  • 01:01

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Tune in Tuesday, Dec. 16th 11:30 am  est when our guest on Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith will be Washington, DC Public Schools Athletic Director, Stephanie Evans.  Evans heads a department that oversees athletics in 111 schools in grades 4 through 12; the total 2011-12 DCPS enrollment is approximately 46,000 students, according to a DCPS spokesman.


    A 1990 graduate of Potomac (Md.) High School, Evans served for the past year as director of player development for the Holy Cross basketball team and later as an assistant athletic director at the Kensington private school. A former Bowie State player, Evans was a head women’s basketball coach at UDC, Virginia State and, most recently, Kentucky State.

  • 00:46

    Live Interview with Terrance Kelly Father Landrin Kelly

    in Politics

    De La Salle High School football star Terrance Kelly left a long trail of athletic accolades by the time he graduated in 2004.Ranked No. 4 on the Times' "Cream of the Crop" list of the region's top college football prospects for 2004.First-team selection for the All-Times football team.Named one of the Times' Top 100 athletes of 2004. Football star Terrance Kelly phoned about 10:30 p.m. August 12,2014 to tell his little brother that he was waiting out front to give him a ride home. But when the young man stepped out, he found Terrance hanging from the driver's side door, bleeding from gunshot wounds.The 18-year-old lifelong Richmond resident died one day before his athletic talent was to lift him from the tough and gritty town of Richmond,CA on the wings of a full scholarship to the University of Oregon.

  • 01:03

    "Direct Impact / Concussion Discussion" on K&K SPORTS TALK

    in Sports

    SPECIAL GUESTS:  Tim Lavin and Lemuel Adams.


     


    Tim's Book: “Walk-On U” illustrates the incredible phenomenon of the “College Walk-on.” Depicting the ugly, the bad, and the good, this book is about survival, education, mental toughness, and character building of student athletes who, without athletic scholarships and true to their talents, walk-on the team in search of a dream. The seldom discussed realities of true Walk-On experiences will cover everything from heart, determination, patience, and sheer will of these hope-to-be student athletes as they attempt to conquer massive amounts of adversity and abuse while they willfully pay to practice. This book is about achieving a humbling internal victory, (not seen by the fans), both on and off the field, providing building blocks for future success in life after sports.


    Interviews across the country from former Walk-Ons, scholarship players, coaches, equipment managers, and trainers will illustrate and substantiate the actual culture of drudgery walk-ons endure.
    Because of harsh treatment and few rewards, most successful Walk-Ons come away from their experience with more knowledge than their counterpart scholarship athletes and better prepared to face the oncoming world. 


     


    LEMUEL ADAMS: CERTIFIED SPEED AND AGILITY TRAINER


    * PLAYER DEVELOPMENT COACH AND MENTOR FOR YOUTH ATHLETES IN THE SACRAMENTO AND SURROUNDING AREAS, 8 YEARS OF TRAINING AS A FORMER PRO FOOTBALL PLAYER,  SPEED TRAINER FOR TOP COLLEGE AND PRO ATHLETES 


    * PRO NFL COMBINE AND DRAFT PREPARATION TRAINER, CERTIFIED IN DYNAMIC WARM UP STRETCHING

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 986

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Robert Nelson, a survivor of child sexual abuse who, in spite of being sexually abused by a teacher when in school and dealing with the associated trauma, became an internationally recognized speaker and consultant. When in his late 40s, Nelson began to actively confront his childhood abuse. In addition to seeking therapy, Robert became active on the government affairs front, and he's currently a Member of the Board of Directors at Justice4PAKids. The athletic trainer at Nelson’s high school, a marathon runner, befrended him. Robert was 15 and naturally he felt special. After their run one day, the teacher began the pattern of sexual abuse that would last until Robert's senior year. The man made Robert feel as if he were his friend, that he could trust him. He gave Robert access to his mobile home and let him sleep there in the middle of the day where he had an array of gay magazines. He also gave Robert his sports car to drive, and money. When Robert was 17 the trainer took him to an over night professional conference at a hotel and made him sleep in his room. To this day, the trainer continues to work with children at a Pennsylvania high school. In fact, after retiring at the collegiate level as a head athletic trainer the abuser went back to the high school level as a part-time trainer where he could again be amongst children. Robert has become a passionate anti-abuse advocate, lobbying for statute of limitations reform and for child sexual abuse to be added as an exception to the sovereign immunity defense that shields public officials from being sued. Nelson is a graduate of the Ohio State University with a degree in Criminology and Sociology.

  • 00:39

    Reflections From the Water's Edge_Holiday Tourney Time_Music by Keenan Baxter

    in Current Events

    Reflections From the Water's Edge brings you news and updates from Michigan City with a focus on Michigan City High School athetics, compliments of Craig Shaman, MCAS, Athletic Director. 


    We will have our weekly feature "Hey Michigan City What's Cooking!"


    Our featured musician is Keenan Baxter with a Holiday Tune or two!

  • 00:26

    Player Spotlight: DE Lynden Trail, Norfolk State

    in Football

    Lynden Trail is a game changer with phenomenal speed at 6-6 and a high motor style that wreaks havoc on opponents. Trail was a first-team FCS All-American selection as a junior and is a two-time All-MEAC first-team player. He had 95 total tackles, 12.5 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks in 2013.


    The former Florida Gator finished the 2014 season with 91 total tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, and five sacks. He forced a pair of fumbles, deflected four passes, blocked two kicks (one punt and one field goal) and was credited with nine quarterback hurries.


    Trail has been invited to participate in both the Reese's Senior Bowl and the East-West Shrine Game, the nation's two most acclaimed postseason college football all-star games. He will be the first Norfolk State Spartan to ever play in the Senior Bowl.


    Lynden Trail is a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award, given annually to the top defensive player in the FCS. Trail was eighth in the voting last season for the Buchanan Award in addition to winning the College Football Performance Award's FCS Defensive Performer of the Year Award. 


    A rare athletic specimen, Trail is quickly climbing up draft boards and is fast becoming a highly touted player in scouting circles. Lynden joins Joe Everett of Draft Scouts to talk about his college career and the NFL Draft process.


     

  • 00:31

    Portland Metro Small College Hoops Show

    in Sports

    This show is about small college basketball, is hosted by CSNNW.com's Greg Crawford, veteran media personality and basketball expert. Coaches on the show are:


    Tim Cleary----Pacific University (Forest Grove)


    Dinari Foreman---Lewis and Clark College (Portland, Oregon)


    Curt Bickley----Multnomah University (Portland, Oregon)


    Clif Wegner--- Clackamas Community College (Oregon City, Oregon)


    Brad Barbarick----Concordia University (Portland, Oregon)

  • 01:03

    Adulthood Journey

    in Self Help

    Rising high school graduating seniors of 2015 do you have a game plan for the next chapter of your life? Do you know your options; whether it’s college, military, or trade school.  Do you know how to apply for grants and scholarships for college? Do you know the questions to ask a military recruiter? Have you narrowed down to one trade that intrigues you intensely? Are you a parent to one of these individuals? Please join the T & K Radio Show on Sunday December 14, 2014 at 6pm EST for a myriad of information that will enlighten your next journey of life. 


     

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