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Welcome to the *BRAND New Canadian Moto Show with the voice of BC Motocross and Arenacross Brent "Airmail" Worrall. We discuss everything relevant to the world of dirt bike racing and catch up with a Broad and all Inclusive cast of riders and experts involved with the sport of dirt bike racing in Canada.
This week on the show as always lots to talk about as we prepare across this country for some great fall racing action. Our team is locked and loaded to head to Latvia and we are looking to our boys to make us all proud. This week we will catch up with Colton Facciotti & Kaven Benoit as they prepare to head abroad to Kegums Latvia for the MX of Nations.
Jeremy Medaglia who was on the team last year will check in with the show and give us his thoughts on the Nations and much more!
We will also be talking about the fast approaching Future West Arenacross Series with Ryan Lockhart about what promises to be a great series. We will open up the phones to hear from you to get your thoughts on this and anything else on your mind moto!
We will also continue our Parts Canada Walton Trans Can amateur National Profile with Nathan Cryer. The show will also catch up with Bill Petro of the Legends of Canadian Motocross and talk about some of the great work he is doing preserving this sports rich history.
We continue our Canadian Moto Show giveaways as well so have your phone ready to call in to win when the gate drops on that 1-347-677-0979.
Lots of other great guests and motocross chat so join us here at 6:00 pacific 9:00 eastern http://www.canadianmotoshow.com
Racism is real. We can look the other way. We can pray for change. We can try not to talk it up too much. That's how we can all get by. But what if we want to do a little more in our lifetime? What if we want to leave a slightly better world for our children? What if we just want to live in a better world for ourselves and our own quality of life? What if we just want to LIVE?
We're going to address this topic from a historical point of view, a present day point of view and lastly - a future point of view. I promise you it's going to be a really good show.
Make sure you show up and the chat room is going to be HOT!
Bob Coleman has served as pastor in a variety of settings since 1984. He has been a circuit pastor to three churches, preaching at all three every Sunday morning. He has also been a campus minister at Austin Peay State University. He has experienced the nuances of both rural and urban ministries for the past thirty years. In 1991, Bob came to Nashville’s West End United Methodist Church as Minister of Social Justice. Five years later he was the new pastor at Edgehill United Methodist Church, a small but thriving progressive church that served the community and world with bold faith. While there, Bob taught as an adjunct professor at Vanderbilt Divinity School, where he had received his M.Div. in 1986. He taught two courses repeatedly over the next several years, The Church and the Poor, and The Church in the City. Bob helped to start the Interfaith Dental Clinic in Nashville which serves thousands of locals who have income but no dental insurance. He also helped to formally incorporate Luke 14:12, a ministry to share banquet meals with homeless and hungry brothers and sisters in Nashville. In 2007, Bob was offered and accepted the position of Minister of Social Justice at The Riverside Church in New York City. He served that role and then added the role of Chief Program Minister in 2009. New York brought growth opportunities for Bob to engage in justice ministries. He returned to Nashville in 2013 to be closer to family and friends and serves at Glendale UM Church. Bob and Tami were married in 1979 and they have two sons, Brent Coleman in Nashville, and Jacob Coleman in Oklahoma City, and one daughter, Allison Ergle in Gilbert, South Carolina. They have three grandchildren, Nash, Eli, and Sophie. Bob and Tami love to read to each other, hike the mountains of West Virginia and Tennessee, listen to good music, and commune with friends, both new and old around their table.
In many cases, it seems that the problems in the schools are related to an inability to make important decisions about the future of education in America. Instead of focusing on the areas of true and immediate significant importance and value, time is being wasted by infighting and indecision. Instead of wasting time of these debates, the larger issues that have an effect on the system as a whole and outcome of educated young people should be addressed and these other side arguments should be saved until a time comes that education in America is improved.
Talk of the Town is the flagship show of Raising The Roof Media with Brent Nation bringing Patersonians the insight on everything going on in the city...
Embattled wide receiver DeSean Jackson makes his return to Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon when the Eagles host the Washington Redskins. Jackson, who suffered Grade 1 sprain of the AC joint in his left shoulder in Sunday's win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, said he expects to play. Jackson was cut by the Eagles in late march and signed with the Redskins days later.
The Eagles (2-0), meanwhile, will attempt to start 3-0 for the first time since 2004, posting victories in their first two games despite trailing by at least 14 points in the second half of each.
Washington will turn to Kirk Cousins at quarterback after Robert Griffin III exited Sunday's contest with a dislocated ankle.
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The Black Condition RoundTable has been bringing the minds, the voices, the idea that the condition we are living in is un-exceptable and that we need to do more and better.. Changes need to be made and wheels need to be fixed.
Tonight meet our version of The View + Two
Tonight the women of Paterson share their view on the Black Condition.. The backbone of family structure with a resounding voice and a cooler much more level head, these women will be heard and if we are to continue with the efforts of getting this city and the Black agenda under some sort of control then we have to hear all views....
The Ruckus Room is where it all comes to the light, nothing is left out and there are no holds barred...
Wall Street markets were higher in afternoon trading today after the Federal Reserve concluded a two-day meeting with a statement affirming its commitment to its stimulus campaign.
Brent Nyitray, Director of Capital Markets at iServe Lending analyzes the results of the meeting.
U-Nam returns with a brand new project, C'est Le Funk. Brent Black from criticaljazz.com said about C'est Le Funk, "For the artists that walk the smoother side of the improvisational street, the groove has remained stagnant for over a decade. The differences between most artists can be measured with a sheet of paper. U/Nam's C'est Le Funk pushes the music forward and drops a groove bomb of flavor and lyrical flow that most artists are still struggling to find. These are old school vibes dusted off with a new cool funk full of attitude and a technical proficiency to match. While there is an obvious George Benson like influence, U/Nam channels this pioneering sound into his own unique presentation. Simply put, no other contemporary artist sounds like U/Nam!"
9/15- Fantasy Hockey Draft Prep, Top 20 Position Rankings-Defensemen
NHLBreakdown hosted by Scott Levy, w/George Kurtz of RotoExperts.com, covering all the on & off ice action of the NHL!
Our Fantasy Reports, including the IR, Goalie & Waiver Wire reports, will help keep you fantasy team a constant threat!
Shows twice a week: Mondays @ 5 pm/Fridays @ 2pm (September thru May)
**Mondays only (@ 5 pm) during July & August
19 year-old funk-pop artist Philip "Pip" Arnold thrilled fans of NBC's "The Voice" back in 2012. His unique style and look earned him a spot on Adam Levine's team and a berth in the quarterfinals. Since then, Pip has begun to persue his singing career in Los Angeles and started his own charity "Youth in Mission" which sponsors youth groups in their works around the globe. On the next Catholic Cast, Pip joins Brent, John and Amber to talk about why he began this new ministry, what it's like to be a Christian following his dream of being in the music business and what it was like to be on "The Voice". The gang will also check in with the Atlanta Boys Choir's Reverend Neil Cardwell about their trip to Poland this summer to sing at different events celebrating Pope John Paul II's canonization and what the choir has in store for their new fall season. That and so much more on the Catholic Cast Sunday at 7pmET, 4pmPT only on BlogTalkRadio.com
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