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The Circle of Life - For the first part of the show, we will be talking about how we aren't promised tomorrow and life from beginning to end. Depending on how long it takes to end that first topic, we will look at some of the recent happening covered at EdBoston.com.
The Boston Bruins are officially terrible. How to fix them? Lots of ideas, and an approaching trade deadline, so maybe we'll see some answers. Tune into Felix and Annie to hear their thoughts, and call in with your own. Pitchers and catchers have reported for the Boston Red Sox, so we can officially talk spring training despite our 1000th snow storm in the past month. The Celtics made a move this week, but doubtful that will be discussed, but you can call in to break it down if you would like. Tune in Sunday night at 8pm for sports hijinx! Call the show at 914-338-1623.
#164: Lonni Alameda, Head Coach, Florida State Softball, recaps the series with Boston College and previews the upcoming FAU Parents Weekend Tournament in Boca Raton. FSU will face Coastal Carolina, Hofstra, Memphis, FAU and Bethune-Cookman. In 2014, FSU swept BC with a pair of 5-1 wins and an 8-0 (5). The Seminoles will have eight games on ESPN3, with two games on ESPNU and one game on the SEC Network. The games on ESPN3 include home contests against Florida A&M, USC Upstate, Colgate and Auburn, as well as a road ACC doubleheader at Virginia Tech. The final two games of the ACC series at Louisville will be shown on ESPNU, while the game against Florida in Gainesville will air on the SEC Network. Coach Alameda Twitter, FSU Twitter, FSU Facebook, FSU Instagram.
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Another show with my good friends at NACCTEP and a great preview of their conference later this week in Boston. Executive Director Kim Tobey is our guest.
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CLNS Radio's Celtics Postgame Show, powered by Lynda.com/CLNS will be live immediately following tonight's action to break it down after the game as the Celtics are at TD Garden, hosting the Charlotte Hornets. Cal Lee and Mike "The Scotsman" Munger will have you covered with everything you need to know for the game tonight.
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Jared Weiss will have our Locker Room Report from the Garden.
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In this episode Bob Kirkconnell, author of American Heart of Darkness, will discuss America's biggest and oldest problem of "Racism in America". If there ever has been an opportune time to abolish slavery, it was during and after the Revolutionary War. And yet it survived. Even after the Civil War, a horrific event that killed more Americans than any other war, what did survive was racism. Despite excellent legislation against racism, it morphed into what is today called "Jim Crow," a de facto form of slavery. America tried again in the '60s and '70s with the civil rights movement that resulted in legislation that struck down Jim Crow. The Civil Rights Act of 1964, The Voting Rights Act, and many others made Jim Crow a thing of the past, but this system was replaced again with what we have today which is "The Prison Industrial Complex." Will this ever end, and why won’t it go away?
This brings up some conclusions and also questions:
What is the Prison Industrial Complex and what effect does it have?
Why is legislation ineffective against racism?
Why cannot America leave its racist past behind?
What would replace the Prison Industrial Complex if it was legislated out of existence?
What needs to be done to solve this cancer that has been with America from the very start?
Call in and join the discussion!
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Special Guests & More (Subject To Change)
Connor Cassidy - @ConnorTKCassidy
Born on November 12, 1995, Connor Thomas Khalil Cassidy is an emerging Hip-Hop/Rap artist rooted in Boston, MA. With the pride of a bostonian, vibe of his Irish side, positive state of mind, & musical ability that stretches beyond his years, Connor is an artist far from easy to come by. First transitioning into the city's music scene in 2012, Connor has dedicated himself to honesty throughout his music at a young age. "To put it simple I just spoke my mind, and let everything I've seen & lived through take the music where it needed to be.
Ben Bruud - @BenBruud
Ben Bruud has been electrifying dance floors across the Southeast for the past five years. He has shared stages with artists such as Nelly, The Ying Yang Twins, Cage the Elephant, Buck Cherry, DJ Tina T, Dj Hardwork, Tim Gunter, DJ Doc Roc, DJ Freebird and many more. Ben Bruud is also currently the resident DJ at three of Auburn, Alabama’s largest clubs: 17-16, Bourbon Street Bar, and Quixotes. In addition to this, Ben Bruud is also a contract DJ for Red Bull North America.
There are some artists who are just rooted in your soul..who make no bullshyt excuses.....who just get right down to it...Wil Gibson is THAT artist... I promise..
Wil Gibson was born from a good idea and a bottle of bourbon. He was raised in some of the poorest communities northern Illinois and eastern Arkansas have to offer. He now lives in Portland (the one in Maine) and likes it a lot there (you probably would too). He writes too many love poems and not nearly enough of his novel. A proud (mistake prone) father of four who tries real hard and is still growing up.
He has performed with or opened for; Regie Gibson (no relation), Charlie Neville, Brother Ali, mybrightestdiamond, Toki Wright, Patricia Smith, and Kurtis Blow (among others) in dive bars, high schools, colleges, poetry slams, libraries, living rooms, restaurants, prisons, coffee houses, and churches from Bellingham, Washington to Boston, Massachusetts and beyond.
He was runner up at the 2010 and 2011 Arkansas Grand Slam, audience favorite 2010 Arkansas Grand Slam, three time (2008-2010) Portland, Maine/Port Veritas Grand Slam Champion, 2010 New Hampshire/Slam Free or Die Grand Slam Champion, has represented Portland, Maine six times (2008-2012, 2014) at the National Poetry Slam, including the 2011 team that made semifinals.
He has toured nationally solo and as part of:
Uncomfortable Laughter (w/ Beau Williams, Kait Rokowski, and Ryan McLellan)
guyslikeyou (w/ Beau Williams and Ryan McLellan)
is an honorary member of Chicago 4 Star Poetry(w/ Billy Tuggle, Andi Kauth, Rik Vazquez, Melanie “George” Decelles, Ashley Hart, and Patricia Smith)
and is a founding member of the Port Veritas artist collective.
He likes people and dogs a lot. He would like to pet your dog, talk to you a few minutes, and possibly give you a hug if that’s ok.
BOSTON TRACK TALK LIVE WITH HOST BILLY THE GREEK TODAY ON THE SHOW WE HAVE CO-HOST LIVE FROM NY ACE HANDICAPPER JOHN DASILVA & FROM LAS VEGAS THE LEGEND PROFESSOR GORDON JONES ALSO FROM THE SOUTH POINT CASINO IN LAS VEGAS WE HAVE PRO HANDICAPPER PATRICK McQUIGGAN WITH THE CASHIERSLINE! LIVE NOON EST
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On this edition: Last week, our scheduled guest, Spencer Jawitz was unable to join us to talk about the Boston Pro Wrestling Marathon due to an unavoidable scheduling problem. He will, however be with us this week. Plus, Jaycee is back with us, so we'll talk to her about her experience at WWE Smackdown, which was in Atlanta...did WWE do the right thing in the Fast Lane of the Road to Wrestlemania, or is a "do over" required? All this and a whole lot more!