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Cubbies Crib co-editor Jacob Misener will joined by staff writer and co-host Chris Shackman as the pair talks the latest in Cubs' baseball. Our special guest this week will be Chicago infield prospect Dustin Geiger, as he sits down with the guys for a special one-hour episode of Climbing the Ivy.
Tune in this Saturday, February 15 at 5 p.m. CT for the next episode of Climbing the Ivy. We'll talk the latest from Spring Training, the Cubs and what its like to be a big-league prospect.
Cubbies Crib editor and host Jacob Misener sits down with a member of the staff and a special guest to break downt he latest news and rumors surrounding the Chicago Cubs.
This week, the team will discuss Joe Girardi's potential future in Chicago, Dale Sveum's firing and our predictions for this year's postseason - especially with the NLDS matchup between the Pirates and Cardinals.
This week we take a step back from the world of herpetology to go to that place where world travel and rock climbing collide.
Our guest is Josh Guyer, brother to Justin Guyer who recently spent four months rock climbing in Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and China.
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Jeff Reynolds is one of the world's top climbers having summited six of the seven summits. He will discuss climbing and trekking to Mt. Everest and his work with S2 Mountaineering. If you ever dreamed of climbing or trekking to Mt. Everest - this is the show to listen to!
Cubbies Crib co-editor and Climbing the Ivy host Jacob Misener will sit down with a fellow staff member from the site and talk the latest Hot Stove rumors, preview the Cubs' Spring Training and take your questions in the return of the Cubbies Crib podcast.
May is NATIONAL PHYSICAL FITNESS & SPORTS MONTH!
STAIR CLIMBING is a passionof mine. No costly equipment to buy, the only investment, a good pair of athlectic shoes and a fire-in-the-belly desire to make a difference in the WORLD by BEING A ROLE MODEL. Stair climbing doesn't take physical skill, but it does take consistent training.
March 9, 2014, Fight for Air Climb-Presidential Towers in Chicago-American Lung Asso...I climbed Tower One-50 flights in 9 mins and 9 second. I may have been the oldest but not the slowest, beating climbers half my age.
Why do I climb, I CLIMB FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T. Climbers come from all backgrounds, ages 6 to 80 yrs. A tribute to determination, no easy task.
Climbers ages 6 to 80...etc.
The view from the top...etc.
They came from far and near...etc.
Paying homage to those...etc.
34 years and climbing strong...etc.
Dr. Joy, Psychic-Spiritual Counselor, Life Coach, Metaphysician, Holistic Healer, Motivational Speaker, Author profoundly teaches life enhancing practices and principles that can auto-magically change your life. Each broadcast includes a healing meditation, an empowering message, followed by lively discussion on the air and in the chat room. Callers may ask Dr. Joy questions as time permits, or may visit her sites and obtain additional information at http://UnlimitedJoy.info
To schedule a session for a psychic reading and success/life coaching with Dr. Joy, please go here: http://UnlimitedJoy.org/page3.html or email DrJoy@UnlimitedJoy.info
Marine Staff Sergeant Thomas Charles Linville (Charlie) enlisted in the Marine Corps 2006, and shortly hereafter married his high school sweetheart Mandi. They have two daughters.
Charlie's served multiple tours in both Iraq and Afganistan. It was in the latter, while serving as an Ordinance Disposal Technician - he and his team rendered safe multiple IED’s, disposed of explosives both “homemade” and conventional ammunition - that Charlie was struck by a tertiary device. The explosion inflicted multiple injuries on him, some visible others not. He suffered fractures to his right foot which resulted in an inevitable amputation below the knee. In addition, Charlie suffered the amputations of his right ring and middle fingers. In addition, the blast caused a severe spinal injury at the L4, L5 and S1, which caused radiculopathy in his left leg impairing his mobility, and moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Charlie’s injuries have impaired him but he is determined to return to full functionality. Despite his injuries and debilitating pain, he has volunteered his time with the Armed Services YMCA building houses with Habitat for Humanity and volunteering with Feed America. He has also volunteered with Lives of Promise and Semper Fi Fund. He is an advocate for other wounded warriors, a spokesperson for many of the non-profits that supported him during healing, and an inspiring community leader. He is medically retired from active duty as an EOD Tech and has turned his focus on regaining function in his back as well as improved mobility. Currently he is training rigorously to climb Mount Everest in the spring of 2014. Following his successful summit, Charlie plans to attend Boise State University through the Wyakin Warrior Foundation. He will seek a degree in Engineering.
Interview with Ben Hendrickson, rock climbing instructor at The Sports Center at Chelsea Piers, NYC.
Autism Spectrum Radio examines the misconceptions and challenges for non-verbal individuals with autism. Technology continues to expand the options of communication for non-verbal individuals but there is still a need for more advocacy and opportunity to share their voice. We are excited to welcome author Ido Kedar to the show to discuss (through voice output) his book Ido in Autismland, Climbing Out of Autism’s Silent Prison.
Ido Kedar is a 16 year old boy with severe autism. He communicates by typing without tactile support on an iPad or letterboard. He is a general education student in the 10th grade taking a full, unmodified class load. He is the recent author of Ido in Autismland: Climbing Out of Autism’s Silent Prison, which is available on Amazon. He blogs on autism at www.idoinautismland.com and can be followed on twitter and facebook. Ido presents frequently on autism at conferences and classes.
My goal is to help people to better understand non-verbal autism in terms of symptoms, treatment, education, communication and research. I try to explain autism from the inside out . In my book, blog and speeches I strive to help people see that the potential to communicate exists in so many other people with non-verbal autism. It is my hope that they too can be liberated from their silence and isolation and get a true education.