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Stampede Blue's Josh Wilson debuts the Stampede Blue Radio podcast by previewing training camp 2015, answering your twitter questions about the team and camp this year - such as: what's the current situation at right tackle and left guard? Was cutting Gosder Cherilus the right move? What position battles should you be watching out for? And what about undrafted free agents? For answers to these quesitons and more, take a listen to Stampede Blue's Colts 2015 training camp preview podcast.
Nick and Adam cover the first two days of training camp, the release of Junior Galette and more on this episode of Saints Talk Podcast!
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Wow I can't believe that this weeks show is officially the 1 year anniversay of my very first broadcast of "Hard Rock N Sports". The first episode was a NFL Training camp preview show, so Joe and I decided that this is the best way to celebrate our anniversary was to do that same exact show this week.
I will have my ususal panel of "experts" on the show to break down different teams. We will analyze each teams key additions and losses (Free agents) and break down their off-seasons and discuss each teams expectations for the season. We will have our first "repeat" Celebrity guest as Red Ragon Cartel Bass Player, Anthony Esposito makes his second appearance on the show. While we will discuss what Jake E Lee and the band are up to, Anthony is also a big Sports fan and a huge NY Jets fan. so Anthony and I will discuss the Jets and I will ask him his expectations for his team for the season.
We will have our usual segments (CD Review & TWIBH) this week so please tune in to catch those as well.
A-rod continues to astound with his comeback season which is driving the Yankees to start pulling away from the rest of the division. The Mets made some big moves this week bringing some lineup and bull pen help and I don't think they are finished yet. So we will take a look at thier moves and see where these moves puts them in the race for the division / wild card race.
Finally, Roy Jones and I will discuss last weeks Hall of Fame Inductions. I want Roy's take on whether all of this years inductees were "deserving" of the honor. I will also put Roy on the spot and ask him, of all the eligible candiates for next year, who will possibly be enshrined next.
Lots to talk about and much to discuss, I am hoping that you will all tune in
Keep on Rockin!!!
NY Jets Training Camp is here and this week on JetNation Radio our special guest is Greg Bishop who just wrote the article on Darrelle Revis for SI. Glenn Naughton is our guest host this week and he will ask Greg Bishop about:
Where the Jets are now and how will the do this season
A look back at his time on the Jets beat
Glenn will also have plenty of updates from #JetsCamp so listen in for updates. Be sure to give us a call and let us know what you think about the team as well.
TEACHER EDUCATION TODAY
There is a lot of good going on in teacher ed. To help us understand what's happening as we need to hire the best and most well trained teachers for our schools, we have Sharon Robinson, the President and CEO of AACTE. Presented by Gryphon House
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Tonight's special guest is Laurie Purcell from Bay Shore, New York. Her abuse was physical, sexual, and emotional. The neglect she experienced is a large part of the reason she's lived most of her life in full leg braces .. from being thrown out a second story window when she was 4 yrs old. She says, "From the abuse I died 3 times. Heaven is wonderful, but God wasn't ready for me. The second trip took me 4 years to recover from. I have anoxia, brain damage due to lack of oxygen. That effects my memory. I got to the point of realizing I couldn't recover relearn everything." But Laurie's resilient, if nothing else. "I was with the Guardians Of the Children for 4 years, until they shut our chapter down. Crushed, but that didn't stop me from spreading awareness of child abuse through my story." She goes on, "I am passionate about this cause," adding, "In my photos on Facebook you will find picture after picture of the extent I go to for the kids." In addition there are 4 or 5 videos on her timeline. "If you watch one, or all of them, you will find out who I am," she points out. "I'm a warrior who will fight this battle to the end for the kids of today. My message: You can survive...and those of us who did owe it to our kids to save them from what we went through."
The calendar has juat about hit August, and that means two things -- training camps are starting across the NFL and fantasy draft season is about to kick into high gear.
With that in mind, Fantasy Sharks Senior Staff Writer Gary Davenport and Fantasy Sharks Staff Writer Walton Spurlin are taking a look from coast to coast at the things savvy fantasy owners should know with camp underway.
Position battles -- injury news -- scuttlebutt -- Join Wally and Gary Wednesday, July 29 at 9 PM EDT to get the latest fantasy scoop!
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Is Listening to outside influences for relationship advice from friends, family, associates, and the like a recipe for disaster? If not, when is a good time to seek advice from others? Is there any valuable influence you can get for your relationship or marriage that can be obtained outside of it? Or is ‘Talking out of school’ always a recipe for disaster?
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Abena Joan Brown, one of the early pioneers of African-American theater in Chicago and the president and chief executive officer of the eta Creative Arts Foundation for 40 years, died on Sunday. She was 87.
Articulate, passionate and intimidating to behold, Brown ran eta with uncompromising determination and old-fashioned formality, shepherding the organization to new facilities in an old window factory on S. South Chicago Avenue, near the corner of 75th Street, and always pushing for further growth
As Brown often said in interviews, her impetus for starting eta was her own inability to find work as an artist: Its precursor was founded in 1969 by Brown, alongside Okoro Harold Johnson, Al Johnson and Archie Weston.
Operating initially under the name Ebony Talent Associates, the group wanted to increase exposure and opportunities for African-American actors in Chicago. But Brown found that more training was needed for those actors, and thus eta was born.