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In Second to None, author Joe Valerio tells the incredible story of the Buffalo Bills: the perpetual almost-champions and their indomitable fans. The Bills' incredible skill and teamwork on the field was matched only by their single-minded determination as, in the four years spanning 1991 to 1994, the team won four consecutive conference championships, and lost four consecutive Super Bowls. The peaks and nadirs of their record reflect a fascinatingly dynamic, uneven, and—at times—uncontrollable array of talents. Valerio renders in sharp detail how the Bills' unique culture was formed by an unlikely ecosystem of world-class athletes hunkered down in bleak western New York, far away from the celebrity playgrounds of other pro teams. Meticulously researched and carefully crafted, this one-of-a-kind look inside the Super Bowl-era Buffalo Bills is based on extensive interviews with the key players, coaches, and management, including Hall of Famers Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas, Bruce Smith, as well as coach Marv Levy, general manager Bill Polian, and many others, including players and coaches from opposing teams, and the reporters who covered them.
Today we will interview Becca Cruz and Travis Duncan about the C21 Library in Colorado Spings, Colorado. The recently opened C21 Library expands the definition of what a library is, by sharing items and providing services that go far beyond traditional public libraries. It is a kind of evolving experiment of what a library can be.
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in Indie Music
Our next show features singer/songwriter/guitarist, Chris Gennett. If you are a fan of John Mayer and James Taylor, you'll definitely be a fan of Chris Gennett. 2015 has been an exciting year so far for the Philadelphia native. Chris just released his debut album, "Hey Kid" in march. He also was just named RockOnPhilly.com's June Artist of the Month. Chris describes his music as fitting inside of a Pop/Folk/Blues triangle. He is an active member of the Philly music scene and is always performing and supporting other local artist. We are excited to have Chris share his kind voice with us.
Couplesgo through predictable stages in marriage, and sometimes even before marriage. Even in the happiest marriages, you will revisit stages and need information and tools to help return you to the real love that you both want. Just knowing the stages are normal, and that there are ways to move to the higher stages can help you know where you are and what to do.
in Self Help
Happy Father’s Day Mom
It seems today that Father’s Day is not held to the same caliber as Mother’s Day. However, both days are to show appreciation to an individual that has a child or children. In a lot of cases mothers take on the role of a father figure because of different reasons. Reasons such as being a single mother due to divorce or being single at the time of birth, death of the father, or a father that is not supportive. Regardless of the reason a mother has to play the role; is it okay for the woman to receive the acknowledgment on Father’s Day? Of course a single mother works hard to pick up the slack the father would have provided but there is still a father in the picture, if the father is not deceased. The child got here some kind of way. The society we live in has no problem with bashing men that are not great fathers but there is a problem with excluding men that are good fathers just because they are not with the mother or in the household. So is the statement Happy Father’s Day, Mom okay?
Honolulu, HI – There are no problems without solutions. The answers could be written in the stars!
Astrology, in its broadest sense, is the search for meaning in the sky. Bonnie Prebula is the founder of Astrology Consultant Service, where she interprets astrological forecasts to assist people in strategizing future decisions. As an international astrology consultant for over 35 years, Bonnie works with both individuals and businesses to reveal their strengths, warn them of their weaknesses and help them achieve their fullest potential.
“I like to be able to show what kind of potential this has and what kind of potential you have,” says Bonnie.
Bonnie has an uncanny ability to “see” what is in store for you and your business. According to Bonnie, a company’s inherent characteristics and how these characteristics interact with natal planets forecast a timeline for when they should begin certain business phases such as expanding or marketing.
“It helps to know what’s going on and how long it will go on and how to deal with it, says Bonnie.
Bonnie also serves as a consultant for businesses planning and a mentor for people in business using a combination of astrology and Mind-Science.
“One thing I do is I change a person’s thinking. The key is to find out what their belief system is and approach it from that direction,” says Bonnie. “I can tell what a person is creating for themselves by the way they speak. Often when they are implementing a business project and they keep saying ‘will, will, will.’ If we perceive of it as the future, we hold it out there. You have to bring it into the present"
For more information on Bonnie Prebula and Astrology Consultant Service, Inc. visit www.astrologyconsultantservice.com.
We are too often our own toughest critics, when really we should and could be our own biggest fan and loudest cheerleader. God made each and every aspect of every one of us in His own image and loves us for exactly who we are. Can we have that kind of love and acceptance for ourselves? What can we do to love what we see when we look in the mirror? Join Tawana Cadien and her guests Miss Houston 2014 Isis Smalls and Londa Felton as they discuss body image on Life Happened...
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Kids have mental health needs and many get the help they need from mental health professionals in schools. We start a series of conversations with two leading psychologists from the National Association of School Psychologists - Dr. Eric Rossen, Director of Professional Development and Standards, and Dr. Kelly Vaillancourt Strobach, Director of Government Relations on mental health and students. Today we explore how schools got into the business of mental health, and how the provision of services has changed over the years. http://www.nasponline.org/
Moving the Chains
Join Aaron Fowler as he discuss SEC Football and NFL topics and answer questions that you may have today at 9pm ET/6pm PT
* LSU suspend four players
* SEC East Recruiting Trends
* SEC West: Championship Pressure?
* Mistrial granted in Vanderbilt rape case
Wagers & Odds
* Vegas Release Win Totals to College Football Teams
* Saints Dilemma with Junior Galette
* Reshaped Texans roster
* Bills roster bubble
* Brandon Marshall speaks at Rookie Symposium and makes special trip to Hall of Fame
* Football player’s wife’s comments taken out of context?
* Top NFL Offensive Coordinators
* Peyton Manning kind gesture
* NFL Players Association files complaint against Patriots
To listen to the show, go over to www.SportzAddix.com and click on the live radio player or to listen or be part of the show, simply dial 646-378-1303
We will be bringing you the highlights of the 2015 MLP fair including some things that just show what kind of community we are. I hope that we have some attendee's call into the show to talk to us about what their experiences were like.
Please also enjoy our newest feature story time.
Also join us for our wacky conversations.
Please note that we maybe late in starting our topic due to issues beyond our control. If co-hosts are not yet at their computers or we get distracted please bare with us. We are not always perfect. PONY HUGS.
This will be the only show we will do where we will take random callers to the show only if you were at the fair. You will be prescreened before coming onto the air though.