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Hailed by The New York Times and The Guardian in the U.K., author Jonathan Gould is one of the most respected Beatles experts on either shore. His best-selling work, Can't Buy Me Love: The Beatles, Britain, and America, examines The Beatles' music, their biographies, and their historical impact in context of the 1950's and 1960's. In the first of a two-part series, Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series (http://www.johnlennonseries.com) talks with Gould about his extraordinary research, his belief that America helped to shape the Fab Four, and his belief that Ringo was crucial to the band's success. These subjects and many more from the pages of his award winning work will make any Beatles' fan sit up and take note. Fascinating!
Half of the field for the Elite Eight was determined Thursday night, and after tonight, the final eight teams will remain. We'll discuss Kentucky rolling over West Virginia, Notre Dame spraying three-balls left and right in the second half over Wichita State, Wisconsin squeaking by North Carolina, and Arizona getting past Xavier.
Also, we'll go over what happened Friday night, and what we think will take place in the Elite Eight. Who should move onto the Final Four? Is Kentucky still the clear-cut favorite with no team coming close?
Check out Episode 53 of the Tissue In The Tape Podcast.
It's Ladies' Night. The rhymes are always tight. Oh What a night.
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The Affordable Care Act just celebrated its 5th anniversary. While some of the businesses out there talk about cutting employee benefits to save money, this one is not. Bittersweet Cafe, a local hangout in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia, is a different kind of business. They love full-time employees and happily provide them employee benefits. To be good to be true?
Listen to our conversation with Jody Manor, owner of Bittersweet, who believes that "Healthcare is a basic human right."
Friday, March 27, 2015
Listen 24/7 Anytime after our live March 26th 7pm MST Broadcast to:
Virginia Schoenfeld, PhD, BCC, (ret) 20 year Navy Veteran Commander and
Co-Founder of The B.R.E.A.T.H. Wellness Foundation.
Their Mission is to develop “well communities” by providing housing supportive services, lifestyle coaching, wellness and resilience educational programs and Integrative Health services that promote well-being, healthy living and self-sufficiency of individuals at the local and national levels. Our work is accomplished using a collaborative approach with other like-minded organizations.
More Details at: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/march-2015/article/listen-to-20-year-navy-vet-virginia-schoenfeld-phd-bcc-co-founder-of-the-b-r-e-a-t-h-wellness-foundation
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 2.28: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion recounts a guest appearance on the Angle of Pursuit fantasy football podcast with Kyle Robert and Jeff Dunbar.
Wide receiver College Dominator Rating was invented to properly compare Kevin White to Breshad Perriman.
Blaming Justin Holman for Breshad Perriman's lackluster statistical output in 2014.
Aaron Hernandez continues to haunt fantasy football from jail as his mere presence in the statistical history of the NFL serves to prop the hybrid tight end prototype.
Anticipating a fully healthy Travis Kelce in 2015.
Maxx Williams has a lower ceiling than his College Dominator Rating suggests.
Buying Virgil Green, Josh Hill, and Ladarius Green in dynasty leagues.
There is a greater chance that Eric Ebron is a bust than pollyanna sports analysts will admit.
Despite highly inefficient rookie seasons, Davante Adams and Kelvin Benjamin are being overdrafted in 2015 dynasty and redraft leagues.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
Hear the latest live from our contact in Jerusalem. We need to hear more about what is going on in the "apple of God's eye". If God is looking--so should we as it is a sign for all of us. Come listen and share very important information right inside Israel.
In thi episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will talk about the four NCAA Tournament games, played today. Half of the Elite 8 is set. We will recap each of the games, and give you our thoughts on how the winner will fair in the Elite 8. Evan and Troy will go further in depth about the Wisconsin Badgers vs. North Carolina Tar Heel game. At the time of scheduling, no NCAA games have begun. Listen in tonight and call the show with your thoughts.
Awareness Night on GrindHard Radio Hosted by: Jit Chronicles & Virginia "Supernova" Slim with Co-Hosts JustKP and Cata Mafioso. Join us for a SPECIAL EPISODE as we talk "Racism 2015" and raise awareness on how to fight against it. To join the conversation please Call-in LIVE @ 323-693-3043 and press "1" to talk to the panel of hosts. Also random calls will be taking and music will be played.
ChabDog Radio checks out the Sweet Sixteen on Friday, 3-27 at 7:30 pst;
Guests include Rene Betts, basketball aficiando extraordinaire and
ChabDog's resident bracketologist --- Stephanie Brackett (The Hendersonville Hatchet);
Can Huggies Mounties pull off the huge upset against the 8,000 pound gorilla that is Kentucky?;
Will Stainbrook be a savior for Xavier when they do battle with those other Wildcats?
Preview of Friday's games and ChabDognostications for the Final Four and Championship Game; and
NBA and NHL playoff updates
Ready to Unload: With Cal & Sanpete
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We are extremely excited to announce that we'll once again be co-hosting a LIVE streaming joint podcast with the guys from TurnOnTheJets.com at Five Mile Stone in NYC and featuring award winning craft beer from Gun Hill Brewing Co.! Thursday, April 30th at 7:00pm. Details to follow...
RTU: #224 - A Few Good Grievances
Main Course: After a week off, there is a ton to get to, including but not limited to: Mets Opening Day Starter, sure you've heard it all, but you haven't. Also, Sandy Alderson continues to be Jokey McJokerson; Baseball is about to start, but we are too damned into hockey and the Islanders. We'll talk about the home stretch for the NHL, some of Coach Ham Capuano's questionable moves, and what we would do about Lundqvist and Talbot; The NCAA Tournament is cooking, and Sanpete has some choice words for a certain CBS Announcer.
Noleen Finch was born into a family of thirteen, five brothers and five sisters; and often made up stories to entertain her younger siblings. She began writing poetry in her teens and has had numerous poems published in anthologies. She and her husband, Alan, reside in Cambridge Springs, PA. They enjoy their children and grandchildren, as well as traveling when they have the chance.
She's been on several blog-talk radio shows and the purpose for my interest is to make the public aware of the signs of child sexual abuse. My story deals with these signs, along with those of a perpetrator; and it is written under fiction but reads more like faction. I've had wonderful reviews on my story, and would love to be a part of the show to enlighten all listeners on what to watch for.
She has a website dedicated to this: www.gentlebraveheart.com /and one for the book www.afightforinnocence.com, and a FB page under the title as well.