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THAT'S GAME! SPORTS: EPISODE 1.33: "GONE FISHIN'!"
It's episode 33 of That's Game! Sports and we are talking playoffs! PLAYOFFS? Yes, PLAYOFFS! The NBA and NHL Playoffs are in full effect! We'll give you all the playoff coverage you can handle and then some! We will also recap the NFL DRAFT! THAT'S GAME! Sports gets you ready with our own unique insight on the draft! GET IN THE GAME WITH THAT'S GAME SPORTS! We will also cover all of the latest news around the sports world!
THAT'S GAME! Sports Talk Radio is your premier sports talk radio show featuring engaging discussion on the "Happening Now" in the wide-world of sports along with other trending topics & current news. Join your hosts, Tyrone, Dennis, and Delano on an entertaining ride as they cover "any and everything" in today's "wild world" of sports!
Jay, Jack, and Nick talk about the season 6 episode of "Game of Thrones," titled, "Home." Email: GameofThronesPodcast@gmail.com Phone: (385) 309-0311
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We're grateful to have Katherine Bright, coach, mentor, healer, musician, author and amazing human being, joining me today! She has possessed a psychic and intuitive awareness since early childhood and have developed her interests in these areas over the years into the profession of healer, both spiritually and physically. She has a connection in truth with Creator’s light and love and find this to be the main motivator and support system for all areas of her life. Katherine shares that "Life is just so beautiful if not sometimes a challenging experience but with enlightenment you gain insight and knowledge and it becomes possible to be cognizant of just how blessed you can be in connection when you have Creator as your personal guide and inspiration. How truly special and at peace are we when we connect!" Katherine's books,"Creater's View on Compassion, A Guide for Life" and "Connection - Keep Your Light Burning Bright" are available through her website.
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Jeneé Darden is an award-winning journalist and public speaker from Oakland, Calif. She has reported for such outlets as NPR, Time magazine, Ebony and The LA Times. In 2005, she contributed reporting on the London 7/7 transit bombings for Time magazine’s Europe edition. She covers issues related to women, race, sexuality and wellness on her website CocoaFly.com.
Jeneé is passionate about African-American erotica and women's sexual empowerment. Her series “Under the Covers: The Popularity and Debate Over Black Erotic Literature” is featured on CocoaFly.com.
The daughter of former O.J. Simpson prosecutor Christopher Darden, Jeneé holds a BA in ethnic studies from UC San Diego and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Southern California.
If you are ready to get back in the dating/relationship game, then this show is for you!
Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight. I am an Educator, Author, Speaker, Nurse, and passionate about healthy living.
May 8: Mother's Day. How can we honor our Mother? Who is our Mother? Own blood, person who raised us,
Being respectful, loving her, helping her when and even before she asks for help, appreciate all the sacrifices she made for us,
Look back at when you were a child - what did your mother do for you?
Look back now at what you are doing for your child(ren). Do you see a resemblance?
Do you want to be loved, cherrieshed, respected for what you do?
So, on this Mother's Day, May 8, 2016, I encourage you to love your Mother, who ever and wherever she is. There are plenty of wonderful gestures we can do: send a card, make a phone call saying "I love you", taking her out to lunch, or just spending some special quality time with her. I am sure you can think of many more things you can do to maybe even rekindle some of the fun times you had. The presents we give do not have to be expensive at all. What my Dad always said: "I love something that you made, whatever it is"! Just spending the time together was so much fun. (Poem)
For this Sunday, I encourage each one of you/us to reach out to someone who is/was special to us. As AT&T used to say: Reach out and touch someone!
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We're celebrating Episode #100 of the Over and Back Podcast and what better topic to cover than Wilt Chamberlain's 100 point game on March 2, 1962 in Hershey, Pennsylvania. To ensure we kept it "100" we uncovered 100 facts about Wilt's 100 point game. Facts and tidbits include a look at where the game ranks all-time statistically, anecdotes about many of the players involved including Al Attles, Paul Arizin, Tom Meschery, Guy Rodgers, "Jumpin'" Johnny Green, York Larese, Darrall Imhoff, Cleveland Buckner and many more.
We tell the fascinating tale of Ermo and Evo Ionni, the iconic "100" picture and what happened to the game ball. Lastly, we look back at March 2, 1962 in history with a peek at the Peanuts Comic strip of the day, who was on the cover of that day's TIME magazine, what famous rock star was born on this very day and, of course, Billboard's Number One song.
With the NFL Draft now come and gone, we recap which team(s) in the first round got the best value or got a steal. What are Stephen's thoughts on Christian Hackenberg going to the New York Jets and not the Houston Texans?
The NBA Playoffs are heating up in both conferences, especially in the West. The Oklahoma City Thunder escaped with a game 2 victory in San Antonio with a little help from the referees. But both sides got away with some no calls. Should Golden State keep resting Steph Curry if they keep beating Portland?
In the East, are we destined for a Miami/Cleveland Eastern Conference Finals matchup? NBA fans sure hope so. And so does LeBron.
Cleveland hit 25 3's against Atlanta in game 2, they made 16 2-point shots. Is this the new style the Cavs are going to play with? Or was it a result of how Atlanta played defense?