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Gaby Pineda Maitret llega a Radio Lyme esta noche como Co- conductora! Les imploro que no se pierdan el programa de esta noche.
Adonis Stevenson (25-1, KOs 21) fought a very measured fight in the early stages of the fight, but managed to score a devastating knockout victory against Dmitry Sukhotsky (22-3, KOs 16).
Stevenson being a natural counterpuncher, waited for opportunities for Sukhotsky to open up, but since Sukhotsky remained very conservative, the pace of the bout was very leisurely in the early rounds. Despite the slow pace of the fight, Stevenson managed to score a knockdown in the 2nd round with a solid left hand in in the closing seconds of the round.In a special Saturday edition of Showtime Boxing on ShoExtreme, Jesus Cuellar took on Ruben Tamayo in the main event of a quadruple header made up of mostly Al Haymon fighters, live from the Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington.
The Argentine Cuellar, coming off his destruction win over Juan Manuel Lopez, entered the fight looking to make a third successful defense of his interim WBA featherweight title against Tamayo, who came into the fight with two wins in 2014.
The slugger Cuellar started the fight with an intense pace and pushed the action. Tamayo, the boxer in the fight, tried countering from the start but had trouble keeping Cuellar from closing the distance and remaining in his range. We will with out a shadow of a doubt be taking live calls on air from you the voice of the people. Call 646-478-3068 to voice your opinion, remember you can voice your opinion in writing by becoming part of the team and writing for the site contact Joe Habeeb at Theboxingvoice@yahoo.com Be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube and Blogtalk in order to receive one email a few minutes before we go live. Stay up to date on the sport you love by following us on Twitter @Thaboxingvoice for the most recent news in the boxing world.
FRIDAY 12/19/14 at 10pm ET/ 9pm CT/ 7pm PT Join us for a DOUBLE FINALE SHOW!!! THE AMAZING RACE 2ND PIT STOP SHOW FINALE w/Host MARY CONLEY (TAR 10 & 11) In the 1st Hour! Then MIKE ON THE MIC w/Host BIG MIKE ALLBRIGHT to recap the #SURVIVORSANJUANDELSUR FINALE in the 2nd Hour!!
The 1st Hour: Host MARY CONLEY (TAR 10 & 11) will be with us to recap the FINALE of The Award Winning Reality Show, THE AMAZING RACE Season 25!!! We don't know who she's lined up for Special Guests, OR who might call in to Surprise us, but we know it will be an AMAZING Show!
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In this episode of HOPE TALK, Carl spends some time with Co-Host Juan Valdes discussing his most recent trip abroad. Juan and Carl have a passion for ministry and the Lord so listen in as they discuss the impact, the opportunity and the blessing of what Juan is doing in his travels.
San Juan Capistrano, CA – Whether your retirement is just around the corner or 30 years away, a sound investment strategy can get you moving in the right direction toward a bright financial future. But retirement is about more than just your investments.
While most certified financial planners focus on the big picture, according to Angela Grillo, it’s the details that are what’s most important. Angela is the founder of South County Financial Planning, a fee-only financial planning firm. Since 2008, Angela has helped thousands of clients from all income levels coordinate their finances with their life goals.
“Everyone should have a financial plan done at least once in their lifetime, even for people who don’t have a lot of assets,” says Angela. “Even one conversation is enough to get them to start thinking about what will work out for them best.”
Before embarking on a career in financial planning, Angela had been a computer programmer. Today, Angela’s clients tend to be engineers, whom many financial planners consider to be the most difficult and demanding clients.
“If I can’t explain how the software arrived at certain figures, they won’t believe me,” says Angela. “I don’t have any difficulty with that because I’m the same way.”
Angela also works with a number of families who have children with special needs. As the mother of a 19-year-old autistic son, Angela can better assist these families, who often struggle with greater living expenses from the fees and costs for different therapies when the child is younger.
“It takes someone with personal experience to understand what the family of a disabled child is going through,” says Angela. “You spend a lot of money in their early years. I can help them head in the right direction."
LatinoTalk Texas is news, issues and interviews important to Latinos in America. On today's show, December 12th, I discuss the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe which is very important to Latinos in America, especially Mexicanos and ethnic Mexicans like myself. I read an article about riders in Illinois who rode to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines and delivered a rose while passing on horseback. I went on to read more news from the Catholic News Service concerning the Synod of the Family and Conscious Rights of Catholics under assault in liberal America both by the Obama administration and the liberal City of Washington DC which enacted similar ordinances as Plano, and Houston, Texas which challenge religious freedom and expression. Later in the show, a caller, Juan Martinez, a former police officer in the Dallas Ft. Worth area called to ask about 287g, a federal program that enables local law enforcement to question person incarcerated to determine if they should be evaluated by immigration enforcement. Martinez wanted to know if that program is still in effect. I reported that as I know it is but in reference to SB 1070 which was largely found to be unconstitutional but also still authorized in vague terms state and local law enforcement to be "assist" immigration and customs authorities. Previously, this was not true as the Supremacy Clause prevented state and local LEO from investigating such matters without 287g authorization. However, since the SB1070 case, states have new authorization and in places like Arizona, they uses it indiscriminately and over zealously. I am very worried about the laws Dan Patrick will pass here in Texas and use it to violate the rights of Latinos here in Texas simply because we may look "foreign." Clearly a violation of the 4th Amendment.
Happy holidays to everyone out there and boxing is giving its gift this weekend with a pair of events televised on HBO and Showtime that will surely have boxing fans happy for the upcoming holidays. For this article I’ll be going over the Golden Boy Card that involves such names as Keith Thurman, Abner Mares, Victor Ortiz, and both Charlo brothers that will be headlined by Amir “King” Khan squaring off against Devon Alexander “The Great.”
Amir Khan (29-3 with 19 KOs) is a fast-handed boxer who is born and very well followed in the UK. He has fought and defeated fighters such as Marco Antonio Barea, Paulie Malignaggi, Chino Maidana, and Zab Judah. However, everything hasn’t been prefect for Khan, sustaining losses from Lamont Peterson, Danny Garcia, and of course his 1st career loss, a 1st round KO to Breidis Prescott in the UK 6 years ago.
Devon Alexander (26-2 with 14 KOs) also has a pretty darn good resume. He’s defeated fighters such as Junior Witter, Juan Urango, Randall Bailey, a controversial win against Lucas Matthysee, and he also holds wins over Andriy Kotelnik and Chino Maidana. His losses have come to the likes of Timothy Bradley and Shawn Porter. He’s more of a technical fighter with not much power, but he also is a southpaw, which could complicate the rhythm of this fight.
Timothy Bradley (31-1, 12 KOs) is one of the most determined fighters in the sport of boxing. He has shown the ability to go toe to toe with the very dangerous Ruslan Provodkinov, and outbox the very crafty Juan Manuel Marquez. Coming off a loss against Manny Pacquiao he wants to rebound with a victory against the very underrated and dangerous Diego Chaves (23-2, 19 KOs).
Chaves is a typical power punching aggressive fighter from Argentina with good boxing skills. Both fighters are looking to make a statement this Saturday night in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Mary J. Getten has been connected to animals all her life. Whether rescuing and rehabilitating sick or injured seals and seal lions, swimming with wild dolphins and whales, or leading whale-watch trips, interaction with wild marine mammals has been a focal point of her life for over 25 years. Mary’s Nautilus Award winning book, Communicating with Orcas; The Whales’ Perspective offers a rare multi-dimensional view of orca life and consciousness. She also is a contributing author of Dolphins and Whales Forever.
Since 1996, Mary’s work as an animal communicator has helped thousands of happy clients worldwide understand and create more harmony with their naughty, sad, sick and puzzling pets. In fact, she’s communicated with everything from snails to whales! Mary also excels at teaching animal and nature communication workshops.
Mary has worked with marine mammals for more than 25 years. During the 80’s she worked at The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California, where she rescued, rehabilitated and released a variety of seals, sea lions and small cetaceans. In 1990, Mary moved to the San Juan Islands in Washington and worked in the research department of The Whale Museum, was a coordinator of the San Juan County Marine Mammal Stranding Network, and served at Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center for ten years as a volunteer, board member, bookkeeper, and even as Executive Director. In addition, Mary is a marine naturalist and led whale and wildlife trips in the San Juan Islands for ten years. In the last decade she has taken people on adventures to meet with Gray Whales in Mexico, wild dolphins in the Bahamas and humpbacks in Tonga. www.MaryGetten.com My books are available there or at Amazon.
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Polémico: murió una yegua en plena final de Polo
Anay Sur Cielito falleció tras no superar el paro cardíaco que sufrió cuando era cabalgada por un jugador de La Dolfina en la final del Argentino de Polo.
La Dolfina superó a Ellerstina 14-12 en la final del Campeonato Argentino de Polo que se disputó en el Campo Argentino de Polo, ubicado en el barrio porteño de Palermo, y se adjudicó por segunda vez en su historia la Triple Corona de la Asociación Argentina de Polo (AAP), un título reservado para aquellos equipos que obtienen, además de este certamen, el Abierto de Hurlingham y el de Tortugas.
La muerte de la yegua Anay Sur Cielito, propiedad de Juan Martín Nero y Marcos Heguy, opacó los festejos de La Dolfina.
La yegua se desplomó durante la final y falleció luego de no superar el paro cardíaco.