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Environmental news and views of Haiti, the Caribbean and South Florida. The show is produced by the MediaMojoGuy.
The Charlotte Hornets end their season falling on their faces in Game 7. Should Hornets fans be disappointed or proud of this Hornets team? Is it possible to be both? Now, the offseason looms and it opens the doors for Charlotte to attempt to bring back a 48-win nucleus or significantly re-shape the team for a second straight summer.
Is Steve Clifford starting his own coaching tree?
Nicolas Batum, Jeremy Lin and Al Jefferson discuss what they will focus on in the offseason and if they'll be in teal and purple next season.
What should Hornets fans look forward to in the offseason?
On the boards, on defense and beyond the three point line, Courtney Lee did it all in the closing minutes of Game 5 on Wednesday night to put the Charlotte Hornets one game away from the series win they covet.
Hive Talk Live
Justin Verrier is covering the Hornets for ESPN.com he stops by with his take on an assignment that could go a little longer than expected.
In-depth analysis of Nicolas Batum's return, Miami's defensive adjustments and the thrilling end to Game 5
We've got post-game and practice sound from Coach Clifford and more.
Daniel Bekerman is a producer based in Canada with broad experience in creative producing, financing and service production. Recent productions, The Witch, a US/Canada co-production, won the Best Director Award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and made major sales to Universal and A24; and Bang Bang Baby, a musical directed by Cannes Residency alumnus Jeffrey St. Jules, starring Jane Levy, Justin Chatwin and Peter Stormare, won the Best Canadian First Feature Film Award at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Best Picture at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. It also won the Best First Feature Award at the Canadian Screen Awards. Pay the Ghost, directed by Uli Edel and starring Nicolas Cage, has received a wide theatrical release across world. The People Garden, written and directed by Nadia Litz and starring Dree Hemingway and Pamela Anderson, recently had its Premiere at BAFICI Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Film, and Two Lovers and a Bear directed by Oscar nominee Kim Nguyen which stars Tatiana Maslany and Dane DeHaan, is about to have its World Premiere at 2016 Cannes Film Festival’s Director’s Fortnight section. Army of One directed by Larry Charles (Borat), Tomato Red, an Irish-Canadian co-production, The Headhunter’s Calling, starring Gerrard Butler, Shimmer Lake, directed by Oren Uziel and starring Benjamin Walker, 22 Chaser, starring Brian J. Smith and Raoul Trujillo, Rememory, starring Peter Dinklage, and Backstabbing For Beginners, a Canada/Denmark co-production starring Ben Kingsley, are currently in post-production. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
The awarding of a contract by the Electoral Commission of Zambia to a Dubai Company has caused alot of suspicions.
This week we speak with former Executive Chairman of FODEP Mr MacDonald Chipenzi to make us understand the problem.
Este Viernes 8 de Abril a las 11 PM tendremos una interesante entrevista con el Director del Conjunto Chaney. Este increible conjunto musical lleva 35 años de trayectoria y todavia siguen con el pie en la gasolina deleitandonos con una conbinacion de musica tropical y romantica que es de el agrado de todos lo conocedores de este genero de musical.
Sera una noche inolvidable asi que no se olvide de sintonizar y escuchar esta gran entrevista y la sabrosa musica de el Conjunto Chaney..
Y recuerde siempre, buena musica, y buena conversacion...
Sean is joined by Lyn Scarbrough, Derek Ponamsky, and Nicolas Lewis in this episode.
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Game 2 left me sitting on the couch staring blankly at the television. I reached over for my laptop and silently wiki'd "Nihilism." Yep. That's the philosophy I was thinking of.
The Hornets played with more aggressiveness, more intensity, somewhat better discipline on defense and they made the adjustments to their offense that they needed to based on what the Miami Heat threw at them defensively. None of it really mattered because the Heat went into NBA Jam mode and hit tough runner after tough turnaround.
Helping us with another autopsy is Justin Verrier, he's covering the Hornets side of thing for ESPN. We'll discuss how the Hornets will move ahead if Nicolas Batum cannot continue in this series after suffering another ankle injury.
Hive Talk Live
We try to answer some burning questions that fans are asking after Game 2, like....
How have the Miami Heat schemed the Hornets out of shooting 3 pointers and how has that affected the team's approach on offense?
What happened to Marvin Williams? Can the Hornets continue to play Frank Kaminsky?
After game 2, Steve Clifford defended his strategy in this series so far and challenged the meaning and efficacy of "making adjustments." Was the question fair? Was Clifford's response reasonable?
The Rush is a podcast brought to you by SB Nation and MinerRush.com, with Alex Nicolas and Anthony Salom talking all things UTEP and Conference USA sports.
Today we breakdown the latest UTEP basketball happenings, and what is next with the late signing period starting on Wednesday. But is the Lee Moore, Omega Harris situation the only thing to worry about? We'll let you know...
Also UTEP football will host their spring football game or practice this Friday. We talk about the ongoing quarterback battle, and what we want to see Friday.
Show starts today at 6:00 p.m. Mountain Time, and we always encourage your interaction via our call in number 347-934-0951, here in the comment thread, or @ us on Twitter, or via email email@example.com.
You may have other plans for this Friday but they should be scrapped so you can join Zig Zag and Rufus for another Friday Free-for-All!
We discuss all sorts of pressing issues facing our great nation such as the totally insane brawl between Nicolas Cage and Vince Neil in Las Vegas, the horrors of public swimming pools and water parks, and Macaulay Culkin's band Pizza Underground!
There was no rule against it but, with rare exceptions, high school players just weren't taken in the NBA draft. Then 1995 happened, Kevin Garnett exploded onto the scene and for the next ten years prep stars invaded late June. It only lasted a decade but the ramifications are still being felt all over the Association. The Charlotte Hornets will always be linked with this time. They drafted Kobe Bryant out of high school in 1996. They helped change the narrative of the first prep star ever to be taken with the 1st overall pick, Kwame Brown. And they still have a prep-to-pro star on their roster in Al Jefferson. We speak with Jonathan Abrams, author of the new book Boys Among Men, about this remarkable time in NBA history and Hornets' history.
We recap a tough Hornets loss to the Cavaliers and update you on the latest surround Nicolas Batum and Al Jefferson's injuries
Inside the Locker Room gets several players thoughts on the transition from high school and college to the NBA as a rumored extension of the current age limit looms over labor talks
If it went down in the NBA, Nick Denning is going to find out about it. It's another extra saucy edition of What's Happen'n! Around the NBA.
JBT Episodio 5: "Escuela Ausríaca, una visión integral de la libertad"
Invitados Especiales: Nicolas Cachanosky y Guillermo Luis Covernton