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  • 01:30

    NY Jets Call In Show: 646-716-4697; How is GM John Idzik Doing in Free Agency?

    in Sports

    NFL free agency began a week ago and the New York Jets have made a few acquisitions while missing out on other desired players.  With the team still having salary cap space some feel general manager John Idzik should be more aggressive in the pursuit of players while others see a patient long-term strategy as the way to go.

    Hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch want to hear from JetNation on whether Idzik is taking a path to success or being too cautious which will leave the team with issues entering the season.

    Phone lines will be open all show long (646) 716-4697, so call and join in on the discussion. 

  • 00:29

    The Jets Beat Podcast: Free Agency Review Show

    in Sports

    Join Daniel Feuerstein & Rick Laughland as they discuss the New York Jets Free Agency Period.
    Discussing the Michael Vick/Mark Sanchez saga
    Then the signings of Eric Decker & Breno Giacomini
    Finally the lack of Free Agent Signings as John Idzik passes up the bigger names.

  • 00:31

    #IdzikDaNinja Has a Plan for NY Jets

    in Football

    Green-Zone Radio is back with hard hitting analysis and insight about our 2014 New York Jets.

    Your host Julian Carter and special co-host Dennis Agapito (JetNation.com) discuss the Jets general manager John Idzik's offseason moves and who the team could be looking to sign via free agency.

    Topics like: Mark Sanchez, Eric Decker, Austin Howard, Breno Giacomini, Darrelle Revis, Dominique Rogers-Cromartie, Sidney Rice and Antonio Cromartie were all explored.

  • 01:30

    The Green and White Show -- Episode 47

    in Sports

    It's the Green and White Show with your boys Joseph Haas and Amiri Tulloch!

    Join the two as they tackle the Jets' free agency plan. Is GM John Idzik addressing the Jets' needs well enough? Haas and Amiri banter on the free agency outlook for the NYJ.

    Next, it's on to the guys that Idzik did ink: WR Eric Decker and OL Breno Giacomini. How big of an impact will those guys have? Hear from the players themselves.

    Next, they hit Rumors, Roster, and the Rest, starting with the question of QBs and DBs -- are those positions on the NYJ's radar? Plus, with the new acquisitions and loses, Haas and Amiri step back and look at the team as a whole.

    Finally, it's on to the Great Debate. Haas and Amiri welcome Dennis Agapito on the show to discuss the green and white, and rake cap-expert Dennis's mind on some of the financial aspects of the deals. Then, it's on to some hockey talk when Amiri goes in the BOX! What's in store for the locals and eventual Stanley Cup playoffs?

  • 00:18

    Wanderlust or Bust: Mc Yogi & Amanda Giacomini

    in Radio

    Where Is My Guru recently attended the 2nd annual Wanderlust Vermont event at Stratton Mountain. Wanderlust is a one-of-a-kind festival bringing together the world's leading yoga teachers, top musical acts and DJs, renowned speakers, top chefs and winemakers, and much, much more -- all in a setting of breathtaking natural beauty.  We're talking about fun in the sun and dancing under the stars. Hiking on peaceful trails and gettin' your down dog on at the top of the mountain. Sipping poolside cocktails with your friends, and then enjoying a tasty farm-to-table dinner with views of the surrounding mountain peaks. Early morning meditations and all-night chakra spinning musical performances - it's an all-out ecstatic celebration in the most awe-inspiring locations in the world.
    We had the chance to sit down with MC Yogi (Nick Giacomini) &  his wife Amanda Giacomini to talk about the release of his #1 on the World Charts album, the story on how they met, and what it means to have roots in both the yoga and music industries. The conversation was nothing short of amazing.
    Check out his new album here. He's on Facebook here, and twitter here.

  • 00:59

    MC Yogi, Pilgrimage

    in Music

    MC YOGI (aka Nicholas Giacomini) grew up in Northern California, painting graffiti & listening to hip hop music.  

    At age 18, on a whim, he joined his father for a yoga and meditation intensive with a famous spiritual teacher from India. Deeply moved by this unexpectedly powerful experience, MC YOGI devoted most of his free time to learning everything he could about the ancient discipline. He spent the next two years studying the physical forms of yoga as well as meditation, philosophy, and devotional chanting. 

    MC Yogi’s dedication to yoga did not diminish his lifelong love of hip hop. Now, by combining Indian music and mythology with infectious hip hop beats, MC Yogi creates an exciting new sound for a new generation of modern mystics, urban yogis, and

  • 01:00

    MC Yogi Talks About His New Album: Pilgrimage

    in Hip Hop Music


    MC Yogi (aka Nicholas Giacomini) is an American hip hop musician and yogi. His dedication to yoga did not diminish his lifelong love of hip hop. By combining Indian music and mythology with infectious hip hop beats, MC Yogi creates an exciting new sound for a new generation of modern mystics, urban yogis, and conscious hip hoppers.


  • 01:13

    Thoughts From The Man Cave: TUF: LIVE Preview

    in MMA

    Breno's #1 fan Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to review UFC 146: All Heavyweight & Breno Edition. We'll look back on all the action and give our thoughts on what Frank Mir did wrong against Junior dos Santos, why Cain Velasquez is awesome, the fist size of Antonio Silva, and the rest of an exciting card top to bottom. We'll also quickly preview this weeks Ultimate Fighter Live Finale, which features an awesome main event and a bunch of guys no one watched. Plus, the heavyweight reverse-jinx is back as we end with live commentary during Roy Nelson vs. Dave Herman.

  • 03:00

    Earth Jagua Creates Temporary Tattoos

    in Lifestyle

    Carine Fabius and Pascal Giacomini, founders of Earth Jagua, go onlinewithandrea to discuss the next generation of non-permanent tattoos, Jagua tattoos. They will share their experiences visiting the small village in the Amazon that grows the Jagua fruit, as well as their support of fair trade and sustainable practices. Hosted by Andrea R. Garrison.

  • 01:00

    Reframing Campus Conflict

    in Self Help

    Are you a parent of a college student or an educator dealing with campus conflict? Maybe YOU are a student whose gotten into some trouble on your campus? If so, this shows for you.

    We spoke with Dr. Nancy Giacomini and Jennifer Meyer Schrage, J.D., editors of their new book "Reframing Campus Conflict: Student Conduct Practice through a Social Justice Lens."

    Giacomini and Schrage addressed how the culture and diversity of the student population has changed over the years, and how unfortunately, the system for dealing with student conduct and conflict incidents has becoming increasingly legalistic. How do we reframe campus conflict so that it is inclusive, fair and is an alternative to the costly legal system.

    Nancy Geist Giacomini, Ed.D. is a private educator, mediator, facilitator and author based in Chester County, PA. Nancy completed her Educational Leadership Degree at the University of Delaware while a Conflict Resolution Program (CRP) Associate in the Institute for Public Administration. She taught in the Master’s Program, mediated special education disputes for the Delaware Department of Education, and facilitated state-wide dialogue.

    Jennifer Meyer Schrage, J.D. provides leadership to the Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) within the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Michigan. During her tenure at UM, Jennifer led the OSCR Team in departmental realignment and championed a nationally recognized full-spectrum menu of conflict resolution pathways, including mediation, restorative justice and related innovative methods. This Spectrum Model was introduced at the 2008 Gehring Academy (Schrage & Thompson, 2008), featured at the 2009 annual conference and has evolved into a collaborative publication due out this summer.

    For more information about conflict resolution at the University of Michigan go to http://www.oscr.umich.edu/

    Association for Student Conduct Administration