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Something different for you this time: Nationally recognized sport psychologist Dr. Joel Fish visits the Philly Pressbox Radio Roundtable to talk about the mental aspect of sports and the upcoming Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame's 19th annual induction ceremony. (Dr. Fish was a 2015 honoree.) Also on the show: superfan Fred Hugo stops by to talk with Bill Furman and Jim "Chet" Chesko about the Eagles' 2016 draft picks and the red-hot Phillies. Of course, there's our weekly Philly sports trivia question and prize courtesy of Carl's Cards and Collectibles, too; this week's prize is an autographed puck by Flyers Hall of Fame goaltender Bernie Parent.
Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles changed my reading world when I was just 12. In honor of the 40th anniversary of the publication of Interview with the Vampire, I tell the story of why I read weird.
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With the 27th pick of the 1st round of the 2016 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected UCLA defensive lineman Kenny Clark.
When did Ted Thompson and the Packers call? What can he bring to the Green Bay defensive line? What has former Bruins teammates Brett Hundley and Datone Jones told him about the franchise, and the winter? He'll tell us right off the bat at 8:30 CT.
Former Wisconsin Badgers Joe Schobert and Derek Watt were chosen later on in Day 3 of the draft. What will their futures hold in Cleveland and San Diego? Plus, which UW standout -- Joel Stave, Mike Caputo, Alex Erickson, Tanner McEvoy -- could make the most impact as an undrafted free agent?
Host Courtney Lambert talks with Aaron Glenn of Glenndyne Design about his intregal role in the custom motorcycle industry. Glenndyne's designs and quality have earned their reputation amongst top builders in the industry. Their style is undeniable and recognized around the world. Aaron will tell listeners about his background and what led him to the motorcycle industry. He and Courtney will also talk about the products they offer and what we can look forward to from Glenndyne Design.
The Hotseat goes live with a very special Monday night edition at 10pm Central and "Hotshot" Danny Duggan & "The Mastermind" Kevin Cannon will be joined by the Luchando en las Americas promoter Joel Chury and booker Jason Sullivan!
Very few in North America are aware of the huge wrestling boom in the country of Paraguay and Joel Chury is going to sit in The Hotseat to talk about how his initial partner Scotty Mac, 6 investors and himself raised nearly half a million dollars to launch Luchando en las Americas in Paraguay resulting in the filming of 40 television episodes.
Chury's promotion currently airs in Paraguay and Bolivia and will debut in El Salvador and Colombia. No wrestling success story comes without controversy though and Chury along with his newest booker Jason Sullivan will talk about how such a grand venture came to be, how they executed it, the challenges along the way both with talent and operating something of this scale in a new country.
Joel Chury also moonlights as wrestling manager Don Chaco and will discuss his his North American debut this past fall with DOA Pro Wrestling out of Portland and his current run with Michelle Starr's All Star Wrestling promotion in British Columbia.
Joey Chury has promised some controversial stories from his time in Paraguay that you would only believe in the World of professional wrestling and we will hear them tomorrow night!
Big Brother Canada's Jordan Parhar (@JordanParhar) talks LIVE after Big Brother 4 on Reality TV RHAP-ups.
Jordan is joined by the live feed correspondents to discuss the latest happenings in the Big Brother Canada 4 house. The crew discusses the episode and live feeds, which leads to a wide array of topics including:
What happened to Joel during the POV competition
Tim’s reaction to Joel
What Joel has been doing on the live feeds the past few days
Tim and Joel’s Big Brother legacies
And much more!
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On the Politics of Faith for Wednesday May 3rd, we will celebrate Prince and remember stories of this superstar, discuss the spiritual content of his music, and consider the world he sought to actualize. My guests will be Joel Segal, who is not only a former aide to John Conyers and National Director of the Justice Action Mobilization Network, but also a former funk/jazz bassist; and Rev. Dr. Theodore Burgh who is an ethnomusicologist, and Syro-Palestinian archaeologist as well as a jazz bassist.
Rev. Sadler will also be joined by Ramona Wright a media consultant and life coach from Los Angeles and Bishop Tonyia Rawls pastor of Sacred Souls Church in Charlotte.
Today on The Boochcast, Booch plays the Ambrose Asylum clip from Monday Night Raw, talks about Blog Talk Radio being a pain in the ass prior to airtime, Donald Trump winning the Republican Nomination, Bernie Sanders winning in Indiana, finishing Season 2 of Daredevil on Netflix, The best of the 'Animaniacs' on Netflix, the Just For Laughs auditions coming to The Atlanta Comedy Theater, Gator Ricky Ross calls in to yell at Booch for playing the clip from Raw, Frank calls in and basically says the same shit he said over the past two days, and Booch recaps TNA Impact Wrestling.
Ralph Poynter :What's Happening – Tuesday May 3, 2016
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1.The laws make killing legal and the orders are KILL BLACK PEOPLE with or without the law. This is GOVERNMENT BY MURDER.
To tolerate this is to commit the act of gradual suicide.- Ralph Poynter (New Abolitionist Movement)
2. Excerpts from the Black Activists Writers Guild- Larry Pinkney(former political prisoner& Black Panther)
3. Political Prisoner Events, Poetry & Prose- Lynne Stewart (former Peoples Lawyer & political prisoner)
4. Updates from the Political Prisoner Death Camps- Anne Lamb (NYC Jericho)
5. Gov’t by murder - an up to date analysis & critique (Tom Siracuse & Joel Meyers)
The Cubs keep winning despite some of the team's big offensive names coming up short. But Tommy LaStella and Matt Szczur had a nice week. We touch on Jorge Soler again and the perpetual mystery of whether or not he'll be a big leaguer. Miguel Montero gets hurt and Willson Contreras doesn't come up, which makes sense.
We also talk about Adam Warren, John Lackey, and the plan to pull pitchers early. Whatever happened with that? Oh and was Dusty Baker really that bad? Judging from the analogies we all draw...yes. But we still like him.
Isaac talked to Albert Almora about confidence and the role it plays in the game, which was fascinating.
Then Joel goes into 60 Seconds with a Former Cub and breaks out his thesaurus to describe the zaftig Hector Villanueva.
Ryan's got the Question of the Week on who the Cubs's best player has been so far.
Isaac breaks down a great at bat by his idol Addison Russell in At Bat of the Week.
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