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Why in the world is anyone talking about anything other than, you know, sports actually being played right now? Shoutout to all talking about a third-string quarterback.
On The Exchange, Jason will be joined by frequent guest and fellow colleague at The Sports Fan Journal, Dillon Friday to talk about the ongoing first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
There are plenty of questions to ask as sixteen teams slowly whittle down to eight. Can the Pittsburgh Penguins restore some of their luster against the favorites to win the East in the New York Rangers? Will the Islanders continue the party to close out Nassau Coliseum? What can we make of the most interesting series going between St. Louis and Minnesota? Further, what can we take from the commanding series leads by Montreal and Anaheim, the latter with three brilliant comeback wins against the Winnipeg Jets?
Come through The Exchange live in the chat room, on Twitter (@asportsscribe, @noclassfriday) and on the phone line at 347-202-0247. Don't forget to favorite the show on Stitcher Radio!
We're up to the last chapter in part 1 of The Sisterhood Exchange - and it is extremely powerful.
When you arrive at a place in your life where the urge to be - JUST BE - who you are with all of your assets, flaws, quirkiness, uniqueness, brilliance, etc. gets so strong that you have no choice but to allow it, you will know it. It's one of the sweetest surrenders that you can experience and we'll be discussing it Wednesday night.
Join Michelle Hollinger as we wrap up our discussion on The Sisterhood of Self (S.O.S.). Call in to 646-595-2081 to share your thoughts, ask a question or contribute brilliant insight.
The show begins at 7:30pm.
A lot can change in six months, and it certainly has. Yet, when the calendar flipped to April and the sports world began to gear up towards the most exciting time of the year, it was damn near impossible to stay dormant another day longer.
Tonight, The Exchange is back!
Sumit and Jason have missed the masses, and hopefully the masses feel the same. Oh, and it's the fourth anniversary of the show, so now would be a great time to sort of celebrate.
The guys are joined by the newest addition to The Sports Fan Journal family and Memphis native Rosalyn Ross as the trio will dive into the upcoming NBA playoffs. They'll talk about teams of intrigue, players of note, the races for 8th in both conferences and DAMMIT, KLAY THOMPSON DID IT AGAIN!
Since it's been a while, this is the point in the link where we remind you to come through on The Exchange in the chat room, on Twitter (@skd_thExchange, @asportsscribe & @R_Trinity) and the phone lines at 347-202-0247. Don't forget to favorite The Exchange on Stitcher Radio!
Peaches & Herb are an American vocalist duo, once comprising Herb Fame (born October 1, 1942) and Francine "Peaches" Hurd Barker (April 28, 1947 - August 13, 2005). Herb has remained a constant in "Peaches & Herb" since its creation in 1966, while seven different women have filled the role of "Peaches." History: Herb Fame (born Herbert Feemster, October 1, 1942, in Anacostia, Washington, D.C.), sang in church and neighborhood groups as a child. After graduation from high school, he worked in a local record store where he met record producer Van McCoy and was signed to Columbia subsidiary Date Records by McCoy and A&R executive Dave Kapralik. Francine "Peaches" Barker (born Francine Edna Hurd, April 28, 1947, in Washington, D.C.), using the stage name Francine Day, started a singing trio initially dubbed The Darlettes and later renamed The Sweet Things after a change of record label to Date Records. Having produced two releases for the trio, McCoy decided to record Feemster/Fame and Hurd/Day together at Kapralik's suggestion. The resulting single, "We're in This Thing Together," was distributed to radio stations but went nowhere for months until December 1966, when a St. Louis disc jockey broadcast the single's B-side, a revival of the 1934 hit "Let's Fall in Love." The new duo, christened "Peaches & Herb," had a string of successful singles and albums over the next two years such as "Let's Fall in Love," "Close Your Eyes," "For Your Love," and "Love Is Strange."
We will be discussing our personal experience with learning how to maintain healthy relationships with others, including the opposite sex, but also learning how to be respecting of the Covenant of marriage. Many relationships fail because of the enemy of jealousy and insecurity, and also because of the blatant disregard that others have for the sanctity of marriage. Learning how to operate in love in a marriage entails us learning how to establish other relationships, but to also make sure that these relationships are not destructive to our relationship with each other.
Recovering in love means being kind and patient with yourself during difficult times. It requires acceptance of being in a place which does not offer the goals and dreams sought prior to a car accident. Keeping your mind moving towards the future and not giving up hope of overcoming challenges may take you further than ever realized.
Today, ESTRA wants to explore ways to get to the destination perhaps not seen today, but hoped for at a later time. Lets talk about 10 steps which help you to recover in love.
Following a six year dream, SC State University alumnus, James T. DeShay’s, ‘83, latest project has finally come to fruition. DeShay is delighted to announce the launch of his latest poetry book, ‘Thoughts, Love & Reflection’. The book is a beautiful display of poetry in which the true emotional depth of men is showcased. Proving that men are able to convey their deepest feelings without fear of being seen as weak, DeShay’s natural talent for moving his readers is evident within every page. “It is my desire to share my thoughts in a way that will benefit all races and genders. I want to dispel a lot the misnomers related to men,” explains the Orlando, Fla. native. He continues, “Stereotypes are a simple way of placing people inside a box; but sometimes the information belief is inaccurate and destructive. When stereotypes are used exclusively, they service only to deny people the wonderful opportunity to discover uniqueness of humanity.” DeShay sincerely hopes that his book will serve to destroy the ageold stereotype that men cannot share or communicate their deepest thoughts. Each page will also serve as an enriching journey into male thoughts relating to life, joy, love, happiness and reflection. “Readers will be able to free and embrace their own emotions, while taking a journey into the emotions of those around them.
Peace and blessings one and all!!!... Today's topic will be: What's love got to do with it,in regards to how loving and respectable people help to build one another as individuals to couples communities and otherwise....
How do we gain the love we need to make us authentically caring of the needs of self that extends outward to others?
Abiding Love Worship Center Ministries with Evangelists Aaron & Sheila Gravett hosts "Grace in Your Face!" Living so the world can see. Listen as our guest Jack Shepherd "gets his story out." Hear about the undeniable restorative power and grace of Jesus Christ.
"Grace in Your Face" will be a weekly broadcast show featuring guests who have been touched and changed by the grace and mercy of God. Learn of Christ and His unconditional regard and love for all mankind. Join us for a genuine, relaxed conversation of the goodness of God.
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