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We are joined by NFLFemale's official fan reporter for the Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Kate, to talk about the Hall of Fame and its impact on her area, Bills Mafia member Ashley explains why it was so important to the Mafia to invade Canton to support inductee Andre Reed, and Liz, NFLFemale founder, shares her story about Claude Humphrey. Then Lisa and I will break down the true competitions in the preseason. Join us!
Doctors of the USA welcomes Dr. Jamie Watkins, Team Physician for the United States Ski Team, to talk about how physicians help athletes prepare for major competitions.
Dr. James “Jamie” Watkins is Chief of Surgery at the Grand Junction VA Medical Center in Grand Junction, Colorado, where he holds an appointment at the University of Colorado, Denver. He was previously on the faculty at Harvard Medical School and served as a burn and trauma surgeon at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He holds degrees in Math (A.B., Dartmouth) and Statistics (M.Sc., Oxford), and he received his M.D. from Columbia P&S in New York. He trained at Beth Israel (Harvard, Boston) and did a fellowship in trauma and critical care at Shock Trauma (U. Maryland, Baltimore). Jamie is a Team Physician for the United States Ski Team, for whom he was a site visitor for the upcoming Sochi Olympic Winter Games. Jamie has also been Physician in Residence at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. He was formerly with McKinsey, the consultancy, where he helped establish the firm’s Middle East Office and served government clients – he continues to serve healthcare entities in the GCC, and has worked in Mumbai for Operation Smile. Jamie remains interested in mathematics and is a Visiting Researcher in the Department of Finance at MIT/Sloan.
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Elias Trejo is excited about the Oakland Raiders upcoming training camp competitions. He'll tell you why the Raiders will be one of the surprise teams in 2014. He'll let you know the five Raiders he expects to make a the Pro Bowl in 2014 and why Oakland can compete for a playoff spot.
Trejo will also address preseason rankings, why he thinks Dennis Allen may get an extension after this season and he'll elaborate on why he thinks Rod Streater will have a Dez Bryant like impact for the Raiders in 2014.
Thanks for joining us again on another Friday! We're lookin forward to discussing Battle Of The Beasts, The Revolution Of Music docu-series, and more. Battle of the Beasts has taken bars to another level. In Miami Beach on August 22nd, 2014 Battle of The Beasts, face to face begins. The Revolution Of Music docuseries debuts with its 4th episode this Sunday, with a full lineup of artists, including new ones. As usual, we're choppin it up with laughs, the wildcard, and more, so it isn't going to be some booorrrring super serious lineup, however we will give you the scoops on the real. We appreciate your support and listens!
After a brief hiatus, eDraft Sports Radio is back. Vincent Frank is joined by guest co-host Luke Inman to discuss everything and anything NFL related.
They start with the news of the day, including the Josh Gordon suspension and the surprising Logan Mankins trade from the New England Patriots to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Luke and Vincent then chat about the top quarterback news, including competitions taking place and the like. After that, they move on to the biggest injury news surrounding the league and give their takes on Week 4 of the preseason.
After being joined by eDraft regular Alex Miglio of Bleacher Report and Football Guys to talk AFC East, the co-hosts then turn their attention to fantasy football.
Host Allison McClintick welcomes back special co-host Derek Abbey to chat with former Marine, Eric McElvenny. Eric, who lost his leg to an IED explosion in Afghanistan, has created a new chapter in his life dedicated to helping vets at San Diego State University and competes in races and aggressive triathalon competitions. He chats with Derek and Allison about transition and the next "phase".
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The gifted young vocalist Corey Rae' and Saxophonist, Producer, Songwriter and CEO of Silkscreen Productions LLC, Ray Silkman. They enter the virtual lounge on GD's A Touch of Grace...
Thursday, 8/28/2014, @ (1:30PM,p.s.t./4:30PM, e.s.t.).
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About today's guests:
Corey Raé is a gifted young artist who discovered his vocal skills at the tender age of 4 singing for his neighborhood church captivating his audience with a soulful R&B sound. For 20 years Raé has performed in competitions across the country including Apollo Kids” and “America’s Most talented Kid” amazing audiences with his melodic vocal abilities, capturing the attention of noted artists and famous musicians, such as the legendary Saxophonist, Producer and Songwriter, Ray Silkman founder and CEO of Silkscreen Productions LLC. All of Corey’s work came to fruition when he signed his first management and production contract with Silkscreen Productions LLC in January of 2014.
Since that time Raé has been mesmerizing music lovers across the Chicagoland area performing alongside Silkman at City Gate Grille, Pinstripes Bistros The Grand Ballroom, Chicago State University's 5th Annual “Jazz-in-the-Grazz,” the Hyde Park Jazz Festival and most recently during his “Break Out Party” (B.O.P.) an event put on by Silkscreen Productions LLC and hosted by Chicago Media Icon, Robin Robinson formerly of Fox News Chicago. Event was designed to introduce Chicago to its most recent viable and multitalented artist, Corey Raé!
Vikings come in all shapes and sizes, evidently. Born with a healthy appetite for competition, Noora Kuusivuori served on both the national women's swimming and baseball teams in her native Finland before spinning heads stateside in figure competitions across the country and now in the fitness modeling industry. You can find her in magazines like Muscle & Fitness Hers, Oxygen, Oxygen Magazines Glutes Special, Planet Muscle, BFW, Fitness X and the list continues to grow.
Noora has a natural edge over her competitors, and it's not just her 5'10" frame or charming smile, although they don't hurt. It's her genuine passion for her sport and every little detail comprising it. Just ask her about nutrition and you'd think she invented the subject herself. And judging by her abs, she may as well have. They don't make TVs with that kind of definition. But make no mistake, it's all the product of hard work.
And when you truly love what you do, it's hard to fail. Since joining the women's figure circuit in 2010, Noora has hit goals such as becoming a finalist at the Arnold Amateur IFBB International Figure Championships, making the top 10 at the biggest National Physique Committee (NPC) show in history, the USA Figure Championships, placing 4th at a European IFBB show and winning several other shows. Her relentless dedication is evident in every muscle fiber in her body.
When she's not readying her abs for world domination, Noora, who has an MBA and speaks multiple languages, spends her time working on her company NK Medical Group and raising her son, Thor. The left over time she spends modeling on the set of fitness photo shoots. Lately, we have seen Noora in many fitness magazines nationwide and internationally every month as well as modeling for companies like Nike and Under Armour.
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer talks to author, Kathy Spencer about how you can save money. Although the economy may not be thriving, people will always take advantage of a bargain because the bottom line is saving money any time of the year is always welcome. It doesn't matter if it is a simple discount that is run during lunchtime or from a coupon, consumers today are more savvy than ever. Some shoppers actually have their strategy down to a science. Author, Kathy Spencer, offers such advice gleaned from years of coupon clipping and discount hunting. In her book, How to Shop for Free: Shopping Secrets for Smart Women Who Love to Get Something for Nothing, she takes finding a good bargain to a whole new level by acquainting readers with the little-known tricks of the retail world. She offers valuable tips and tricks on how to score organic food, products and other items for free as well as how to take advantage of giveaways from many popular stores. Kathy uncovers the secrets of store club programs; the ins and outs of eBay; the keys to avoiding consumer scams; the truth about rebates, buy-one-get-one offers, rain checks; and the best deals by month. She also provides a guide to the all-out, price-slashing, retail competitions in December. No matter what your goal is, How to Shop for Free offers strategies designed to save you money, without sacrificing quality or brand names, from someone who has thoroughly tested and researched the stores and techniques. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
Salmon Cupid, born in the Caribbean Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (T&T also affectionately referred to as Trinbago), fell in love with and learned to play the steelpan there. He began formally playing with St. Augustine Senior Comprehensive School where he led the band in several music festivals and competitions. Under his captaincy, St. Augustine won the Panorama competition and walked away with first place at the Steelpan Music Festival. He also made several international tours with the school to Europe. His experience on these tours confirmed that his idea of the electronic steelpan was crucial to the progress of steelpan.
In 1994, Salmon was selected by Pan Trinbago to be the Steelpan Cultural Ambassador as part of the demand by schools internationally to teach and expose the steelpan in Canada. He accepted that opportunity to expand his horizons. It led to his decision to relocate to Canada where he currently resides.
In 2000, he boldly entered a steelband in the Kiwanis Music Festival in Toronto. For the next 6 years the band consistently won the competition. Also in 2000, with the support of the students, parents, teachers, and community at large, he founded an alumni band, the Toronto All Stars Steel Orchestra (TASSO).
The steelpan is an acoustic musical instrument indigenous to T&T. In honor to the pioneers who originated and developed the instrument and art form, he strived to remain mindful and respectful of the pioneers. To get a better sense of the instrument, click on this link.
To view a video of the debut of Salmon's invention, the e-pan, in concert, click here.
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