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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!
Adam Tate (Tribute Racing) & Christopher DeHarde (Motorsport.com) look ahead to the Milwaukee Mile as the US ladder series hit the flat, fast oval.
They take a look at the USF2000 Series, Pro Mazda Championship, and Indy Lights. With an exclusive interview with Pro Mazda Championship points leader Spencer Pigot of Juncos Racing. Could he be headed to Indy Lights in 2015? What is on the horizon for this young superstar? What driver has been most influental in his career? We look to that and more on this edition of Climbing the Grid: The Road to Indy.
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.
Chris walker asks a blunt question on this episode of The "W" Attitude: How hard is it to be a college basketball coach?
Penn State associate coach Keith Urgo, Creighton assistant Pat Sellers and Villanova assistant Kyle Neptune coaches join the panel to discuss the pressure and obstacles that they have encountered or conquered in their quest to be a Head coach.
The panel discuss whether winning at major programs, search firms or race play a factor in the hiring process.
Interview with Ben Hendrickson, rock climbing instructor at The Sports Center at Chelsea Piers, NYC.
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.
Meet author Alan Noble. Alan will be chatting with me today about his book, Climbing for Roots: Christian Foundations for Young Believers.
About the book:
Sin, that diabolical disease of the spirit, has infected the entire human race! What is it? Essentially it is missing the mark. Mankind has been missing the mark since Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. After that, everything went south. God’s perfect creation was in need of repair.
But because of His great love He sent His Son, Jesus, to make things the way they were supposed to be. The same immeasurable power that created the universe gave all of mankind an ability to be in God’s fellowship because of what Jesus did for us.
Climbing for Roots will explain fully the sin that so completely corrupted creation, and the plan of God for our salvation. We learn that Jesus is not only our Savior, but is also the Lord of our lives. What does that mean? That obedience will never earn us God’s love but it will always produce blessing. We learn that our salvation is secure, but we must strive for obedience because we are created to do good works.
About the author:
Alan R. Noble is a born-again Christian, schooled in the Word since childhood. Mr. Noble was educated at William Paterson University, a liberal arts institute in Northern New Jersey, and received a B.A. in education, with a certificate to teach elementary school. Later, he received an M.A. in Communication Arts, and a certificate in supervision. He worked as an educator for 31 years. Alan and his wife, Kathy, reside in Kansas City, MO.