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Actor/Writer/Producer Jo Lo Ruglio chats about his new role on Fox's new show,n which airs Tuesdays 8:30 - 9pm (eastern) on FOX.
The Back Nine Radio Show featuring Dustin Ashby, Adam Frillman and Dr. Tobin Lingafelter. What should we make of Tiger's decision to opt out of Ryder Cup consideration? Rory has now won 3 consecutive tournaments, 2 of them being major championships, are we seeing a performance similar to Tiger's back in 2000? Is it too soon to start counting down to 18 for Rory? Is Rory saving golf?
Join co-host Fred Altvater and special guest Kieran Clark as they check-in to bring you the latest news, insights and analysis from around the golf world.
They will recap all major tours including the sensational rally by Inbee Park, to win the Wegmans LPGA Championship in a thrilling playoff over Brittany Lincicome and defend her major title.
Also as part of the ‘Theme of the Week’ they will tackle on the FedEx Cup Playoffs, where Fred and Kieran will go back and forth on the good (Fred) and the bad (Kieran) of the PGA Tour’s closing tournaments and preview the opening tournament, The Barclays.
There will be the second part of the interview with Tom Doak, he will talk about Pacific Dunes and Sebonack. And as usual they will close with the previews of this weekend’s action.
In light of some recent revelations from the hockey blogosphere, this week's Jewelcast will shift gears quite a bit to discuss a serious topic: women in the hockey blogosphere/Twitterverse/whatever you'd like to call it. Unfortunately it is not uncommon for ladies to experience difficulties in male-dominated spaces, from having their right and ability to particapate unduly questioned to full-out harassment. We'll be joined by our own Langluy (@langluy) from Jewels, making her first appearence on the podcast, as well as Chanelle and Diane from the wonderful blog/podcast Thx Bud (who previously appeared in our second episode), to discuss their own experiences. And we'll also have open lines (via either our phone call-in or Skype click-to-talk) for any other women to join the conversation! This is an important topic and one we're looking forward to bringing to you on this week's Jewelcast.
In July of 2005, Mike facilitated a presentation to a group of agents on “Crisis Communication” at the Grand Hotel in Point Clear Alabama. There was little interest in the presentation and no enthusiasm. Most slept through the program. None could understand the “need for crisis communications in a local independent agency.” Four weeks later Hurricane Katrina changed our lives and our world.
This week's guest is Bob Swayze with Eustis Agency in New Orleans. Bob has been a producer since 1979 and works on a wide variety of large commercial accounts. In addition to production, he is one of the principals of Eustis Insurance & Benefits and is on the producer recruiting/development team. He is a Past President of RiskProNet. Listen to his story of facing the devistation that came as a result of Hurricane Katrina, and what he's learned since.
Aaron will be welcoming National Anthem Girl, Janine Stange. She is traveling and singing the National Anthem in all 50 states.
Janine Stange, also known as The National Anthem Girl, made history once when she was invited to sing the National Anthem for MetLife Stadium's inaugural event, the Konica Minolta Big City Classic in April 2010.
Now Janine’s goal is to make history once again by performing the National Anthem in all 50 states before September 14, 2014, which marks its 200th anniversary from the time Francis Scott Key penned the lyrics for the song.
Born and raised in Long Island, NY, Janine Stange currently resides in Los Angeles, CA where she founded the non-profit National Anthem Girl. She performed the Star Spangled Banner hundreds of times throughout high school, college and even during her career as a recording artist. In 2008, Janine released her third studio album, which was later distributed to iTunes and included a recording of the National Anthem in an effort to honor America.
Past performances from Janine include singing the National Anthem for: NY Knicks, NY Nets, Cincinnati Reds, Pro Bull Riders, MLL Championships, Tennis Hall of Fame, Patriot Tour with Marcus Luttrell, Monster Jam, AMA Supercross, Brooklyn Nets, LA Kings, LA Galaxy, NY Islanders, Georgia Tech, Xavier University, UCLA and more.
written by: Janine Stange. "The National Anthem Girl" tm
The Boston Celtic's and the NBA have released the 2014/15 season schedule. The Celtic's will kick off the 2014/15 season on October 29th at the TD Garden against Kevin Garnett and the Brooklyn Nets. The Celtics will then have a brief 2 game road trip to Houston and Dallas. The Celtics first game vs Lebron James, Kevin Love and the Cavaliers is november 14th. The Celtics will welcome back Paul Pierce when the Wizards come to town on the 7th of December. The Celtics were given only 1 nationally televised game this season by the NBA. Which is a game vs the January 14th vs the Atlanta Hawks a game which espn will have coverage. The Celtics will not be given the privelage of playing on ABC or TNT the entire season unless they make the playoffs. The Celtics will get 3 games on NBA TV agains the Pelicans, @ the Lakers, and @ the Nets.The Celtic's Talk Crew will be joined by ADAM LOWENSTEIN and JON SHAMES. They will discuss the big dates for the NBA including the dates for the NBA trade deadline which all Celtic Fan's will need to keep their eyes on. They will also discuss did the NBA get it right when it came to giving the Celtic's only 1 nationally televised game of did the NBA just slap the boys in green in the face. Those question will be answered by the crew and guest on the 77th edition of Celtics Talk Radio
The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you.
the guests on 8/19/2014 will be
7pm est: .......Robert Vaughan
7:25: est ....... Mik Everett
7:45 est .......Brian Allan Ellis
Robert Vaughan leads writing roundtables at Redoak Writing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His writing has appeared in over 400 print and online journals. His latest book is Addicts and Basements (CCM) He edits at JMWW, and Lost in Thought magazine. His poetry chapbook.
Mik Everett is an American Regionalist novelist born in 1991 in Wichita, Kansas. She studied philosophy and English at Wichita State University, where she also worked as a logic clinician before moving to Boulder, Colorado to open a bookstore. She is the author of Self-Published Kindling: Memoirs of a Homeless Bookstore Owner
Brian Alan Ellis is the author of The Mustache He's Always Wanted but Could Never Grow, 33 Fragments of Sick-Sad Living, and King Shit (illustrated by Waylon Thornton). His writing has appeared through such outlets as Skive, The Whistling Fire, Zygote in My Coffee, Monkeybicycle, DOGZPLOT, Conte, Sundog Lit, Crossed Out, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, That Lit Site, Diverse Voices Quarterly, flashquake, Spittoon, HTMLGIANTHe lives in Tallahassee, Florida.
Brooklyn Park, MN – Each of us is creative, resourceful and wise. When we gather together to share the wisdom we have gained from our life experiences, we empower one another to live our lives from a place of gratitude and joy.
Mary Welch is the founder of Serendipity Circles, a dynamic coaching and facilitation service that designs awareness programs to enrich women’s lives. Welch gathers women together in sacred circles to share stories and engage in meaningful rituals to appreciate the wisdom in their experiences.
“I love the word ‘serendipity.’ It connotes a surprise of the spirit for me, like fireworks,” says Welch. “That’s what happens in the circles.”
Circles are a universal symbol of feminine energy. They create a sense of safety, security and comfort. Serendipity Circles offers women an opportunity to be authentic, to be supported and to explore their divine essence. They walk away with a greater sense of who they are and feel better about themselves and their lives.
'“The women that are coming are committed to growing beyond their struggles,” says Welch. “They’re tired of being overwhelmed and confused. They want feelings that reflect a sense of realization and a sense of fulfillment.”
Welch says that the women who come to Serendipity Circles learn that the process of breaking free of that feeling is a spiritual journey
“Women are courageous, confident, curious, conscious, collaborative, compassionate and crazy. We embrace the wisdom of nature. We embrace the wisdom of our bodies and we embrace the wisdom of our creativity,” says Welch. “I know the women feel honored, accepted and embraced for who they are and I’m grateful for that."