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I will be playing a selction of music ranging from reggae , to jams to beat to mashups to remixes and drops ..
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Covering the 2014 Copa Mondiale or soccer World Cup in Brasil as well as recent events in Cuba against Castro opposition groups including the LGBT community ,Venezuelan protests in support of jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez and Italian soccer updates and analysis . Much more with Cuban Brazilian and Italian bossa nova and samba music.
Amid a season of amazing race performances none deserve higher accolades than those of Scott Luikart. The 50 year old is redefining the limits for maturing riders. It wasn't all that long ago that many were surprised that someone over the age of 50 could complete an ultra event let alone be competitive. Coming off an unbelievable performance where he shattered the Texas Time Trials 500 mile course record, Scott is heading to West Texas this weekend to compete in the 1,000 mile division at No Country for Old Men.
This is my first show and I wanted it to be an introductory show. A time where I can tell you what Crossed Over Connections is and who I am .
I also wanted to let you know what to expect on my shows and hopefully they will not only Heal your Hearts and Minds but Guide you in decisions that can help further your life status. They also will be used to Connect to those Crossed Over which again will help you in your lives and to reach the destiny you were destined to do.
Last but not least I want these shows to be able to help another as far as getting messages and even themselves out into the world. I believe these shows will help many People and Animals to live peacefully as God intended.
Over the Top Radio is starting a new show centered around women's cycling which will be co-hosted with Robin Farina. In this, our introductory program, we'll discuss future guests, the 2014 cycling season, 2015 cycling season and pertinent issues facing women in cycling.
Robin Farina : Robin began her cycling career over 13 years ago after graduating from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Sports Management. She has raced on several professional teams throughout her career and is the former 2011 National Road Race Champion and a 2012 Olympic long team member.
When not on the bike, her time is spent overseeing the newly formed Women’s Cycling Association (WCA) grow and become a global movement for women’s equality in sport and life. After several years of racing at the highest level, Robin saw the need to help Women’s Professional Cycling become a stable platform for future cyclists. The main goal is help achieve equity and help people see the health benefits through riding bikes. Robin’s main objective is to help grow cycling at the grassroots level. “The sport of cycling will gain more fans and more exposure which will in turn give more women the opportunity to race.” Her passion for sport and the sport of cycling drives her to stay dedicated and lead the charge for a positive change. Through the WCA, she dedicates her efforts to helping various philanthropic organizations such as World Bicycle Relief and the American Diabetes Association – Tour de Cure series. She also sits on the Board of Directors for the US Bicycling Hall of Fame.
We go "Way Over the Rainbow" tonight with host Andrew Martin. This marks an exciting new hour, focusing on LGBT news, politics and entertainment. Andrew introduces guests, plays great music, and hopes to delve into serious LGBT culture while at the same time keeping the ambience light and fun.
Tonight's guest is Aaron Fricke. He's not merely a legendary figure of LGBT culture for writing the historic autobiography "Reflections of a Rock Lobster," which defined his openly-gay childhood and adolescence in Rhode Island, and his subsequent lawsuit against his high school, in which he successfully fought to bring a male date to the senior prom. Since that time, he's written several other masterful works which will be discussed, and he might even offer some relationship advice about what keeps his twenty-three year partnership going strong.
25 And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring;
26 Men's hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.
27 And then shall they see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory.
28 And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.
Jeff Cleary - creator of Cleary Bikes - joins us this afternoon to discuss the company's wonderful kids bikes. Far and away one of our favorite products at Interbike this year. A description of what Cleary Bikes is all about:
Cleary Bikes empower kids. A bike launches a little boy or girl into the world. He does not have to be a daredevil. When a kid pushes off on his or her bike, rides to the mailbox, the store, the park or to school, he becomes actively engaged. Not being led by the hand and blazing his own path, is independence!
Riding a bike should be fun. It certainly shouldn’t be stressful or scary. When we created Cleary Bikes we wanted to thrill kids. Riding a Cleary Bike is truly a joyful experience. They roll smoothly, they’re quiet, and they look sleek. We see our bikes as fun tools, not toys. Kids know the difference because the quality that distinguishes our bikes is evident in every facet of their construction. It can be felt in every pedal stroke.
We know these things because we have been riding bikes since we first threw a leg over the banana seat on a second-hand Huffy Dragster. We pedaled on through mountain bikes, road bikes, cross bikes, time trial bikes - and then bikes for our kids. And that's when it became clear the kids needed something better.
How I obtained this photograph of Jesus in the clouds is miraculous. But not as miraculous as the event itself.
Hear the story of a little girl who managed to take a picture of Jesus in the clouds.
Let me know what you think.
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