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We received the sad news on Thursday that film critic Roger Ebert had died at the age of 70. He was my favorite film critic, the one I found myself agreeing with the most. What I loved and admired the most about him was his passion for film and how much he brought that passion to people to think more deeply about movies. His and Gene Siskel's era and brand of film criticism is already missed, and will be even more now. Join in tonight for this special show where I will celebrate Roger Ebert's legacy, as well as present a top 10 list of my all time favorite Roger Ebert & Gene Siskel film reviews. Clips of great review moments and more on tonight's show.
"Cinema in Noir" is a weekly radio show for which all things film related are discussed from a black female perspective. Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In this episode, we remember the legendary film critic Roger Ebert who passed away on April 4, 2013. We discuss his career, his impact on film criticism and black cinema, in particular.
Come and Join the #NFL Standard Sunday at 10 am on the Fantasy Sports Warehouse radio network with Bryan Yates and Alan Zlotorzynski as they cover the NFL and Fantasy Football. The guys will recap an interesting Week 3 of the #NFL Preseason amd preview the #NFC & #AFC East.
Since 1990 at least 5 teams that made the playoffs missed them the following year (twice 4 teams 2012 & 1995), Alan & Bryan will tell you which 5 teams that made the playoffs last year, will miss them in 2015.
The guys will then get serious about #fantasy #football and breakdown all you need to know about the top players, sleepers and busts in every type of scoring league. Alan & Bryan will also give you ONE PLAYER from each team sure to be a fantasy stud this season.
You can follow the NFL Standard on their group page on facebook or follow them on twitter @FSWYates and @Zlotsports.
Pete Ziebron and Jared Pine review this year's Western & Southern Open - from the opening day of qualifying to Roger Federer's Championship Point against Novak Djokovic. Pete was in Cincinnati for the entire tournament and shares his observations. Jared will examine what led to Djokovic not being able to defeat Federer for the 4th consecutive time in 2015. Join Pete and Jared on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.
You can start to feel it in the air because the return of real NFL action is getting closer every day! Get in the "House" this Thursday evening beginning at 7pm as the fellas "tackle" the preseason storylines all over the league and they're hoping to hear from YOU too, at: 347-826-9964.
In the first hour, the guys are joined by J.T. Thomas of Rank Top-5 Sports Talk Network to discuss the current state of the Chicago Bears and how new coach John Fox can revitalize the club. Is a 3-13 record really all fans should expect in 2015, and what is there to like about Jay Cutler? Our "man-on-the-ground" J.T. offers his analysis.
Then, the boys welcome in Greg Peterson of WNSR Sports Radio 560AM / 95.9FM to offer his assessment on the 2015 Tennessee Titans, the power-duo QB tandem of Marcus Mariota & Zach Mettenberger, and whether the early "good" reviews will last all season.
Also in the mix: *Life-coaching skills for you (& crew) demonstrated by 2 fall guys. *Are there really more than perhaps 15 good QBs in the league? *Speaking of bad, how did the Geno Smith situation go so horribly wrong? *With every team sitting at 0-0-0, let's predict how week 17 will end up.
You just know that Matt DiBiase will join in with his NHL/NBA chat segment, and the conversations are bound to go in just about any direction, so get in the conversation by calling in your questions/opinions to: 347-826-9964 tonight from 7-9 PM.
There’s more to this than “thin skin”. Rupert Murdock is out to destroy Trump, and I believe Trump is well aware of it. Thus, he’s bashing Megyn Kelly to send a signal to Murdock. Back off! The headline today read: "Michael Bloomberg 2016? Rupert Murdoch wants former NYC mayor run against Trump." I suppose you could look at it both ways — Trump’s a pugnacious fighter and likes to land the first and last punch. OR — he’s thin skinned. Which do you think it is?
Biden's on the move and Hillary's on the ropes. And Trey Gowdy says his teenage son could have Hillary's emails printed off this afternoon. What's the delay? Just another day in the lives of the rich and nasty...
Plenty to jabber about tonight. You in?
♦ Welcome to the Creative Nexus Café! ♦
Sit back, relax, and listen in as your hosts Natasha and Roger play some music, have a few friends stop by, talk about what's been going on in the art, music, and world in general.
♦ In this episode:
• Welcome and intro to this episode 003 with Natasha, Susie, Matthew and Roger.
• Something to Consider with Natasha
"Following the Road and Path to Inspiration."
• News and views from the café window with Roger
"Change Your Mind!" "Change Your Life!" "Change what you Eat!"
• Susie: "Two Days in Frisco" IndieVengence Day 2015
Interview with Amber Jerome Norrgard
...and Matthew Hatt
...plus a few surprises
♦ For further information on the Creative Nexus Café, or its' participants, please go to:
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♦ Please note: The views expressed in this episode do not necessarily reflect the views of the Creative Nexus Café, its' founders, hosts, producers, or The Creative Nexus.
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