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Peolpe That seems to always bring up Your past, and things That you been forgot about, or even things that You went threw at some point of time in your life..We Have to Be mindful of what rolls of the tongue. Sometimes you have to move on again after you already moved on, meaning delete those People who are stuck in there past. To stop them from currupting their own future ,cause their not hurting you,Their really Stunning their Growth to a better Future.
Greg Kennedy has juggled his way through Cirque du Soleil and now he is headed for a special show at Flushing Town Hall in Queens, voted the most popular borough to visit. Did you see him in any of the shows? How did he get started and how do you get to perform with the troupe? Can you teach juggling or does it have to come natural. We'll find out soon
Rising Apple Report took quite the hiatus to end 2014, but we are back strong with a jam-packed episode to kick off 2015! Sam Maxwell (@convertedmetfan) will host, with Editor Danny Abriano (@D_Abriano) along for the ride.
Joining them as well will be a couple representitives of the 2nd Annual Queens Baseball Convention, this weekend at Citi Field's McFadden's: Keith Blacknick- second in Command over at Metspolice.com and one of the co- founders of the QBC (@Mediagoon) and Dan Twohig, occasional contributor to MetsPolice.com and along with Keith and Shannon Shark (@metspolice), one of the co-founders of the QBC (@dtwohig). They'll give us insight on what to expect from this year's fan-organized Mets celebration and of course their take on all things Orange and Blue.
Items of interest this week include the continuing shortstop saga...or anti-saga...Mike Piazza's close-but-not-quite-yet Hall of Fame ballot announced today, the resigning of Buddy Carlyle, and of course, the QBC.
So, join us at 7pm ET for the latest edition of the Rising Apple Report!
Although the Mets are idle, the crew at Rising Apple does not believe in days off. With much to discuss this evening, senior staff writer Michael Lecolant, and assistant editor Sam Maxwell will co-host the 71st episode of the Rising Apple Report.
The Mets latest road trip has them heading to Philadelphia, where they will begin a short two game series on Tuesday. Phillies season ticket holder Ted Matey will help Mike and Sam preview the series. Once done in the City of Brotherly Love, the Flushing Nine will visit Colorado, then square off against the Marlins again in Miami.
The Amazin's left home with a 14-11 record, and are looking to improve upon their 6-3 mark on the road. Their recent success is attributable to their entire pitching staff, as well as the defense that has cleaned up its act. Travis d'Arnaud additionally appears to be coming around at the plate, but, because of Terry Collins' line-up changes, Lucas Duda has yet to settle into the clean-up role.
Joining Rising Apple tonight in their greater Mets musings will be John Pielli, author of Passed Ball Show.
Discussion of these topics, and many more Mets matters commences tonight at 9:00pm EST. You can join in by calling 646-929-0337.
The show is called The History of Comedy (abridged) as the Reduced Shakespeare Company performs at Queens Theatre at Flushing Meadow-Corona Park next week. How much comedy can they do. What is the beginning and what is the end? Reed Martin, managing partner and performer will give us a glimpse.
The Mets Lounge: Where the Cool Kids Hang Out!!!
The Gal For All Seasons, Taryn "The Coop" Cooper, will have her triumphant return to the podcastwaves on Wed 12/3, with a special Hot Stove and recap show with some very special guests!!!
Confirmed: Brian Joura from Mets360, Greg Prince from Faith and Fear in Flushing, and Michael Ganci, formerly of The Stache!
Don't miss it!
Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Wife, Publisher, Author and Radio Host www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! About Sandy McLaren Day. Sandy McLaren Day grew up on Long Island in Freeport, New York. She is one of four children and as a youngster always utilized writing as a retreat away from the trials and tribulations of life. It served as a form of therapeutic healing. Her desire to become a poet always lingered beneath the surface of her conscious mind, but it was not until senior year at Freeport High School that Sandy ventured into the spotlight. She competed in a school-sponsored event that emulated amateur night at the Apollo and won the second place prize. This served as a platform to other performances that she participated in both at Temple University in Philadelphia and Queens College in Flushing, New York which is now her Alma-mater. Sandy currently possesses a BA from Queens College where she majored in Interdisciplinary Studies (Africana Studies & English). She has been inspired by and enjoys reading the poems of other great poets such as Nikki Giovanni, Sonia Sanchez, Maya Angelou and Philip Levine. Sandy is also a wife and mother of two beautiful girls. Sandy is the author of Crimes Against Humanity! To get copies of her book or for more information about Sandy McLaren Day visit www.sandymclarenday.com. Follow her on facebook at www.facebook.com/sandymclarenday. Her book is also available as an e-book on Amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com.
Peshu Alga was an angel of great light who fell in consciousness and led Lucifer into the great rebellion. Peshu Alga was judged and taken to the Court of the Sacred Fire in 1985. We are experiencing the Saturn return of this event. The spiritual energies associated with the spiritual death of this one are up for transmutation on a personal and planetary scale. How does this affect us personally and what is the influence on the thoughtforms we live in? What can we do in this cycle of time and space to anchor a greater light for the flushing out of our energy field, that we may fulfil our divine plan.
Congratulations to the San Francisco Giants for winning their 3rd World Series title in the span of 5 years.
Tonight's Rising Apple Report will review their thrilling seven game victory over the relentless Kansas City Royals. RA staff writer Michael Lecolant will host this evening's roundtable, and will be joined by fellow writers Sam Maxwell and Rich Sparago.
Their guest will be Greg Prince from the website Faith and Fear in Flushing.
Episode #86 will also take an Amazin' trip down memory lane and revisit the 1986 New York Mets championship season.
The show starts at 8:00pm EST.
Of course, you're invited to join the discussion. The number to call is (646)-929-0337.