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In the Week 2 edition of Behind Enemy Lines, Amanda and Chris talk offensive line woes, chat about whether or not the Green Bay Packers were scared of Richard Sherman, discuss the rookies' impact so far, and say what they want to see different against the New York Jets. The duo then welcomes in Scott Salmon, the managing editor of the Jets blog Gang Green Nation, to discuss whether or not Jets faithful think Rex Ryan is the man for the job, talk about the development of Geno Smith, whether Eric Decker was worth the money, how the Green Bay o-line may stack up against the New York front seven and give a quick preview of the rest of the AFC East.
Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Lawson and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda's work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris's musings at Midwest Sports Fans.
Host Julian Carter invites you to enter "The Green-Zone" where you can find in-depth analysis and discussion on all things New York Jets.
Julian was joined by special guest host Brian Johnson (onejetatatime.com) to go over all the current issues surrounding the team:
Was allowing DeSean Jackson to go to the Redskins a mistake?
Should the Jets pursue recently released running back Chris Johnson?
What sort of impact will the acquisition of receiver Eric Decker have?
Grading the overall job Jets general manager John Idzik (#IdzikDaNinja) is doing?
Who will the Jets be looking at in the upcoming draft?
Thoughts on bringing in QB Michael Vick and the competition with Geno Smith.
The New York Jets return from their bye on Sunday as they take on the Buffalo Bills. Can Mike Vick and company finish the season strong? Rex's job still on the line? Idzik settling in? Call in with your New York Jets thoughts! We will have on a special guest to discuss the Bills as well.
This week on New York Sports 30, we are joined by Jonathan Wagner, basketball writer for Hoops Habit and NYSportsDay.
With the Jets and Giants out of the playoff race, it's easy to tell change is on the way in both organizations. Who stays and who goes for Big Blue and Gang Green?
The Knicks are off to a dismal 3-10 start with the easiest schedule in the NBA. How bad is the situation on Broadway and how dissapointed should we be in the start to the new regime?
Don't forget our program's newest Clown(s) of the Week and NFL picks for Week 12.
Thanksgiving is here again and even though we’ve made turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and all the other Thanksgiving favorites time and time again it seems we still ask the same questions concerning these dishes every year.
Chef Mary will be ready to take your how-to questions while wine expert Duane Pemberton will be there to talk wines to pair with your favorite foods.
You can find recipes and more tips at Communities Digital News Thanksgiving.
Follow Communities Digital News at @CommDigiNews on Twitter.
Reflections from the Water's Edge is the newest weekly broadcast featuring the people, places and happenings of the City By the Lake, Michigan City Indiana. Tonight's broadcast welcomes Craig Shaman, the newly appointed Athletic Director of Michigan City Area Schools.
Also joining the show is Alicia Ebaugh Assistant Director and Producer of Anne Of Green Gables. Ken Siegfried who plays the part of Matthew Cuthbert. Cast member Sarah Wermuth.
Tickets to “Anne of Green Gables” are $12 for adults – $10 on Thursdays – for ages 12 and under. Curtain is at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays.
Doors open 45 minutes prior to curtain. Reservations will be held until 15 minutes prior to curtain unless secured by the presentation of a Footlight Season Gift Card or by prior payment in full. Reservations are recommended and may be made by calling 219-874-4035 or at www.footlightplayers.org. A 2-for-1 coupon is available for opening night on the website.
Footlight will also play host to a one-man retelling of “A Christmas Carol” by Grant Fitch, a professional storyteller and award-winning regional actor, at 6:30 pm Dec. 7. In 90 minutes, he plays all the characters you're familiar with, and some you may have never seen - more than 30 in all, each one distinct in this fast-paced adaptation. All tickets are $10.
It's the latest edition of The Green and White Show with your boys Joseph Haas and Amiri Tulloch! On today's show, the two talk about the up-and-down week it has been off the field for Jets-Bills, what to expect on Monday night, and what the keys are to a Jets victory.
How many of you have driven right through the dating red lights and ended up in a horrific relationship. Join me and my co-hosts comedian Jaye Devan and Nicole Vick as we discuss some things to look out for during the dating phase that can save you lots of vaulable time. This is sure to be an informative and comedic conversation.
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