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Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg struck out nine batters in seven innings of work and the Nats beat the St. Louis Cardinals in Busch Stadium III for just the fourth time in the last 21 games in the Cardinals' home. Washington snapped a three-game losing streak with the win and improved to 15-7 on the year. Jonathan Papelbon earned save No. 8 of 2016. 5-4 final in St. Louis. Dusty Baker's boys got the job done in Missouri.
(1min07sec delay) Business of Friday Feelin it! - 'Kings MusicMix' on SB Barber Morning Show. Spinning TurnTable. This is your Friday destination! Also 24/7 OnDEMAND.
SBBMS Kings Gospel MusicMix Friday Feelin it! @TheTurnTable Playlist: Set I. Anthony Brown & TheRAPY "Worth It"; ABradshaw "Revolution"; Craig Crawford Players "I Love You"; Set II. Deitrick Haddon "Restore Me Again"; Dezal.Da. Messenger "Brand New"; Earnest Pugh "Trade It All"; Set III. Endoxos "I See Light"; GSDubb "Dance Like David"; James L. Patterson "Better"; Set IV. Jonathan Nelson "Anything Can Happen"; The Russells "See You On The Other Side"; Tha Corinth "Like Him"; Set V. Tony Hayes "Big Praise"; RighteousMotivation "What It Feel Like"; Mike Flowerz "It's Coming Down Remix"; Mighty theGospelHipHopper "Feels Good"; William McDowell "Spirit Breakout"; S.M.Y.L.A.D.O.N. "1 Soul" (PermissionGranted4Radio Releases).
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The Blackhawks will try to return a championship contending roster next season, but it won't be easy. GM Stan Bowman will have his back against the salary cap again, and it might mean losing more of the fans' favorite players. The NFL Draft begins in Chicago tonight! Who are the Bears looking at taking with the #11 overall pick? It better be somebody to help their defensive front seven. Call in @ 347.327.9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
In one of the busiest boxing weekends of the year, Thaboxingvoice Radio show will discuss each major upcoming televised card which is led by the most anticipated fight of the weekend between welterweight fighters Victor Ortiz and Andre Berto, who will fight in a rematch of their April 2011 fight, live on FOX this Saturday.
Ortiz-Berto takes place at the StubHub Center in Carson, California with a fun undercard packed with interesting fights. In the co-feature, Edwin Rodriguez will look to continue the rejuvenation of his career at light heavyweight as he goes for his 5th straight win against the Maryland-born fighter Thomas Williams Jr. Also on the card, Fernando Montiel-Jorge Lara, Gerald Washington-Eddie Chambers, and Terrell Gausha-Orlando Lora.
Also taking place on Saturday, a ShowTime card featuring the four participants of a super middleweight tournament involving two of the division’s best fighters, titlists Badou Jack and James DeGale in separate bouts. Jack defends his WBC title vs. Lucian Bute while DeGale puts his IBF belt at 168lbs against Rogelio "Porky" Medina. Chris Pearson and Sharif Bogere make up the brighter spots of this undercard in separate bouts.
Before Saturday’s card, PBConSPIKE will televise a card featuring the Dirrell brothers. Anthony Dirrell headlines the card against Caleb Truax as his brother Andre Dirrell takes on Blake Caparello in the evening’s co-feature. Jonathan Guzman fights Daniel Rosas in a 12 round IBF junior featherweight eliminator on the undercard.
The panel will also discuss a few of the newsworthy happenings from this past week before opening up the phone lines, namely, the press conferences that took place this week for two of the biggest fights scheduled for this year: Keith Thurman-Shawn Porter and Tyson Fury-Wladimir Klitschko.
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Jon me as I interview leadership expert and author, Jonathan Raymond.
What is Refound?
As someone who cares about people, leading a team can get very confusing. Where do you draw the line between demanding results and making space for people to grow? How do you keep up with the incredible pace of technology change without driving everyone on the team nuts? And how do you take care of yourself in the process? It’s in learning how to navigate these questions that lie the answer to the most difficult problem you have—which is how do you get and keep your team on board for the long term. You are not alone in that question.
What makes the problem even more urgent is that it’s easier than ever for your best people to go off and do their own thing. That’s why we launched Refound—to show you how to build the kind of culture that offers people a benefit that far exceeds any paycheck—the opportunity to become better at being themselves.
My name is Jonathan, and with my business partner Josef, that’s what we do. Refound is an approach that came out of my tenure as the CEO of a global coaching brand. It’s what I’ve learned works—and doesn’t work—if you’re after culture change and brand transformation. And, it’s the listening that Josef has been helping his clients develop since he started coaching back in 2002. He’s helped hundreds of CEOs and company founders to develop the personal skills it takes to lead a team in the modern world.
How did Donna Edwards lose? What will the race between Cox and former Lt. Governor Anthony Brown look like? Who gets the Maryland vote in November? Clinton or Trump? Tune in and Tweet in tonight. Ceemac from PGC Bog, political analyst Neal Carter, and Jonathan Shurberg of Maryland Scramble discuss what really happened and what the impact on the upcoming conventions and election will be.
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Slipped Disc Entertainment is proud to present “TVC16: A Celebration of David Bowie” on Saturday, April 30, 2016 at The Lodge in Ontario, California. Performing at the event are “Jiggy Sawdust” (Dennis and Jonathan of the Jigsaw Seen with Kim Serene and Slim Evans from El Vez' band), The Aviators, Vintage City Rockers, Kurt M. Ross (of the Flamethrowers), Kermit, Jaime St. James (of Black 'N Blue), Mike Ruby (of Room Service), Casey Jones & The Railsplitters, Dennis LeBlanc, Jason Arthur (of the Relatives), Patrick Bacich, and the House Band - Scott Sebring, Alan Alves, Tony Snow, Joe Servia, Tommy Rojo, Anna Snow, Vickie Sebring, & Letisha De Laurentiis. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Max’s Kansas City Project. The Lodge is located at 218 W. Holt Blvd., Ontario, California 91762. The program begins at 8:00PM, and the cost is $15 reserved and $10 general admission. Slipped Disc Entertainment, founded and operated by Bruce R Kilgour, is based in Rancho Cucamonga, California and is a full service music entertainment company providing promotion, event planning, band management, and booking. Slipped Disc believes in giving back to local communities and has held many charitable events, most notably an annual toy drive benefiting various Inland Empire cities. The Max’s Kansas Project embraces the philosophy of Mickey Ruskin, the creator of Max’s Kansas City, and was established in his memory in 2001. We are dedicated to providing emergency funding and resources to financially distressed individuals in the creative and performing arts for housing, medical, and legal aid. We are also committed to empowering teens through the arts with a focus on substance abuse and suicide prevention by mentoring and motivating them to make healthy choices, offering an ongoing process to aid them in building the personal skills needed to inspire them to lead healthy, productive lives.
Listeners are invited to call the "featured" BlogTalkRadio program "Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris" this Tuesday, April 26, 2016, at the top of the 10am DST hour focuses in discussion over the U.S. Presidential prospects for primary contenders today for POTUS; Trump, Cruz, Kasich, Clinton, and Sanders.
Fatima Viegas, LIttle Radical Theatrics' Executive Director, was granted the the rights to present RENT in Westchester County. RENT earned the 1996 Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The Grinton I. Will Public Library is the venue of a fresh interpretation of Jonathan Larson's RENT, whose book, music and lyrics are presented on stage by Markiss Robert who plays Collins, and Jennifer Silverman who plays Maureen, among others. We explore the musical through the roles the actors perform, question if the the music inspired by Giacomo Puccini's La Bohème, and the pertinence of the contemporary life of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create under the shadow of pennilessness, drug abuse, social tension, and political unrest, among other hardships. How these eight friends negotiate their loves, hopes, struggles, and triumphs, facing their problems head on and making personal self-discoveries to find what really matters most in life, provides the narrative thread to this exhilarating, landmark rock opera.
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