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Join Jerry and guests at 10pm ET/7pm PT March 30th…
New Rule Based on Patriots Formation in Super Bowl / Drew Brees / The NFL and Los Angeles / London Fletcher apologizes to Jim Haslett / Randy Gregory fails Combine test/Falls out of top 10 in Mock Drafts / Steelers re-sign Darius Heyward-Bey / 49ers waive Jonathan Martin / Browns/Falcons face severe penalites / Jets file tampering charges against Patriots / Redskins say they are open to drafting a QB / Projected Perfect Fits in 2015 NFL Draft / Seven Biggest surprises of 2015 offseason / Bears say Jay Cutler will face Open Competition for QB job / NFL Divisional power rankings / Teams calling Buccaneers about Mike Glennon
Donald Sterling’s wife files lawsuit against Sterling’s mistress / Hornets & Clippers to play in China / Metta World Peace to play in Italy / Steve Nash retires
Daxter Miles says Kentucky Wildcats will be 36-1 / University of Nevada hires Eric Musselman / Mark Price to coach Charlotte 49ers / Indiana’s Stanford Robinson to transfer / Arizona State offers head coaching job to Jeff Capel / Mississippi State hires Ben Howland / University of Toledo players get probation
Papers affirm NCAA’s private communications on USC’s penalty unfair / KJ Costello chooses to be QB at Stanford / Iowa allows QB Jake Rudock to transfer anywhere he wants / Michigan starting center Jack Miller announces he is walking away from football
Pete Rose reinstatement and Hall of Fame chances / Yankees worth $3.2B
Brock Lesnar ends MMA career/re-signs deal with WWE
Amanda and Chris quickly wrap up the dismantling of the Minnesota Vikings, before admitting that they really know nothing about the Green Bay Packers' next opponent, the Miami Dolphins. That's where Dolphins beat writer Chris Perkins from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel comes in to help, and the trio break down expectations as a Miami fan, discuss whether or not Ryan Tannehill is actually good, talk about the Dolphins' front four of "grown men" and then say what they think Eddie Lacy is poised for another big day.
Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Lawson and Chris Callaway.
Join Lee Bracker for a quick brief on Tucson, Arizona's newly thought of pyramid "A" Mountain. Sentinel Peak just West of Tucson and completely visible.. it's right there.. has a big A stamped on it. But nobody has ever considered it to be a potential pyramid. Read the article here: Sentinel Peak may be an ancient pyramid
Join the Miami Herald's and Sun Sentinel's very own Scott Salomon LIVE TODAY at 4:00 PM EST. Scott will talk a little University of Miami basketball and baseball; and Lucas Geraigery, the centerpiece of Panther Palooza and the Florida Panthers #1 fan, joins the show to talk Panthers hockey. Scott will also be talking about high school regional wrestling here in the Miami-Dade area, and will have a tournament preview. You can catch South Florida Sports Scene w/ Scott Salomon EVERY SUNDAY at 4:00 PM EST. You can call into the show at (929) 477-1592 and tweet the show at @305SportsNLife and @ScottSalomon.
We're talking Strikers this week! The NASL Spring Season is just around the corner so it's time to start preparing for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers season with the Sun-Sentinels Dave Brousseau. Dave covers the Strikers better than anybody and is always a fun interview.
The Strikers made a lot of changes this year from owners to players to coach, plus more. Are they are on the right track with the changes made? Find out from the man that knows this team better than anybody.
Dr. Sheldon Feldman is chief of breast surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center and assistant professor of surgery at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons where he oversees the breast cancer surgery program at the Comprehensive Breast Center of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia, and work in close collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of radiologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, plastic surgeons and other breast cancer support staff.
Dr. Feldman is helping to pioneer the use of the ductoscope, a tiny endoscope inserted through the patient's nipple used for diagnosis, surveillance and treatment of cancer patients. His research using the device may help lead to a simple test for early diagnosis that could eventually be the equivalent of a Pap smear for breast cancer. Dr. Feldman anticipates that the intraductal approach will ultimately be used to treat early breast cancer as well as ablating the milk ducts to prevent cancer development for high-risk women as an alternative to mastectomy.
A leader in minimally invasive breast cancer surgery, Dr. Feldman was instrumental in developing the transmammary axillary lymph node evaluation (TANE) procedure, which requires only a single incision for lumpectomy and sentinel lymph node biopsy. He is also an expert in oncoplastic skin-sparing and nipple-preserving mastectomy.
His research interests are focused on preventing the disease through a better understanding of environmental toxins linked to breast cancer, including chlorinated pesticides, PCBs and PBDEs, and he is helping to investigate new biopharmaceutical treatments, including green tea extract and vitamin D.
Actress Katharine Houghton talks about her experience as a cast member in the groundbreaking movie Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, and film critic Mack Bates shares his picks for best movies about the African American experience. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner received 11 Oscar nominations and won two of them -- Best Picture and Best Actress. It also made a profound impact on the marketing of feature motion pictures in southern states. The 1967 film starred Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy and Katharne Houghton, who is Hepburn's niece. Houghton has appeared in other films including Kinsey, Ethan Frome, The Last Airbender and Billy Bathgate. She is also a successful playwright, popular lecturer, and award-winning stage actress. She won an Obie for her performance in Scent of Flowers and has played roles in over 50 regional theater productions. Bates has written freelance articles for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine's official film blog. He also received a local Emmy for his work on The Robert and Rosie Show. Co-host James Colt Harrison is a film historian who contributes film commentary to a variety of outlets.
Frederick H. Crook
Frederick was born in Chicago in 1970 and now lives in Villa Park with his wife, Rae and their three miniature dachshunds. He began by writing fictional works all through high school, earned an Associate Degree of Applied Science in Electronics in 1994 and the Bachelor of Science in Technical Management from DeVry University in 2005.
In 2009, Frederick began writing his first novel, The Dregs of Exodus, which was self-published in late 2010. This was followed up with another novel, The Pirates of Exodus in 2012.
Throughout that year and early 2013, he continued writing and published four short stories in eBook form for Amazon’s Kindle. In 2014, his third novel Campanelli: Sentinel was released by Solstice Publishing. Another short story, “Minuteman Merlin” is being published by Solstice soon.
He loves writing and enjoys meeting and talking to readers at book signing events and volunteering at sci-fi conventions and has just attended “Capricon 35” in Wheeling, Illinois.
What does it take to become a professional voice-over artist? Meet Voice Sensation, Don Colasurd Jr. and find out.
I first met Don Colasurd Jr., while looking for a narrator and producer for my book, Dinky: The Nurse Mare's Foal. Don is a dedicated professional voice-over artist who will go the extra mile to ensure that your finished product is the best. Whether it is an audio book, commercial, business narrations, or that much-needed voice for a video or book trailer you are making, he is your man.
Don will give-a-way five copies of the newly released audio book Dinky: The Nurse Mare's Foal on the show for Valentines Day.
Don's professional studio setup will give you a competitive edge.
He most recently completed work with Door Sentinel of Minneapolis.
His training includes time with Ron Allan's Big Voice Productions and tricks from The Midwestern Voice Over Conference in Columbus, Ohio.
His deep voice resonates with authority or he can tone it down so you have the perfect sound for your needs. Don has the range and ability to take your project and make it live and breathe. He will do what it takes, whether it be learning to think like a young horse or speaking with the authority it takes to put life into your commercial or company project. Don will work with you to accomplish what others make consider the impossible.
Join Marta Moran Bishop, Terry Misner Dubbs, and Don Colasurd Jr. on Books and Bards.