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My return guest Sam Hankins has a new album, he is a male trumpet jazz blower. Hankins will talk about his new CD and give resource info on his passion in his music and info where to purchase his music and fan page information on where to follow him. Tune in at 7 pm central standard time and talk with my growing hot guest live on radio.
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"I was tired of being the grumpy op-ed guy."
Sam L. Landman is a digital copywriter by day and an actor, playwright and ne’er-do-well by night. He’s half of the comedy duo known as Pommelhorse and as an actor he's worked with various theater companies around the Twin Cities including Loudmouth Collective, Park Square and Torch theater. He spent years on his Regret-A-Day blog and in 2015 wrote a one act play every week and posted them on his One Act A Week tumblr.
In this episode of the podcast, Sam talks about his one act a week project, recovering from a heart attack, how he reacted to unemployment and how much wanting to think of himself as a writer drove him to write more. Sam also talks about letting jealousy fuel his productivity, how he chooses who to collaborate with and why he loves the nerdy things he loves.
Sam also talks about the distinction between theater performers and comedy performers, how he thinks about stand up characters versus characters in a play and what his marriage means to his work.
There's a packed show this week! Lots of big stories in the New York sports world including the Rangers and Islanders both clinching playoff spots, Dbrickashaw Ferguson retiring after 10 seasons with the Jets because they asked him to take a pay cut, Phil possibly asking Kurt Rambis to coach again next year while Patrick Ewing wants to seat and possibly so does Tom Thibidou? Also the MLB season has started with both the Yankees and Mets in action today. Plus some major news from the Philly area with Villanova clinching the NCAA tournament title on a game winning buzzer beating shot and the Sixers' GM (and promptly "the process") are out following a 13 page resignation letter. All of this and more on the Sam Mines Sports Show!
The world woke to the shocking tragic news of the discovery that Joanie Laurer, known the world over as Chyna, had been found dead in her California apartment. By noon, the shock and sadness of the world was increased when word came out that the artist known as Prince (real name Prince Rogers Nelson) was also found dead in his home in Minnesota. While not personally connected, each had a MAJOR impact on the entertainment world. Tonight will pay tribute to both of them, talking about Joanie's impact not just on Womens wrestling, but on the wrestling business in general. We will intersperse it with some of the best music recorded by Prince and artists he worked with. One MAJOR rule, there will be NO specualtion on the cause of either's death. There will also be NO negative comments allowed regarding Joanie's personal life, especially the negative parts. This program is designed to celebrate both of them.
Kristen Rogers has always had a passion for writing, but found her calling in poetry at the age of 14. Since then, Rogers has written poetry as a way to cope with the everyday trials and tribulations that we face in our lives. Rogers’ poetry centers around her life, friends, family, experiences, things she is passionate about, or that spark her interest. In November, she released her first book of poetry entitled ‘Kristen’s Diary’ that is available for purchase on Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com. Kristen’s Diary chronicles Rogers’ life, and tells a story of heartache, triumph, and perseverance that everyone can relate to. In addition to writing poetry, Rogers has also written for blackgirldangerous.org about her experience as a bisexual black woman, as well as help start a business called the Black Excellence Network. Kristen Rogers is a 2nd year graduate student at Adler University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in Chicago, IL. Her plans after graduating include finding work in consultation, and starting a PhD program in public policy. She is passionate about the #BlackLivesMatter movement, LGBTQ rights, and reproductive rights. Her hope is to use her platform as an artist and business owner to speak out against inequality in our society.
We are thrilled to have the opportunity to chat with James Preston Rogers. James was approached by the WWE just as the acting roles started coming in. He played Bjorn in Outlander (2007) opposite Ron Perlman & Jim Caviesel, Sea Change (2007) opposite Tom Selleck, and an independent feature Poker Nights. James was also in Adam Sandler's, Pixils.
James stands a 6' 5", hulking & muscular frame. James is also starring in The Masked Saint as The Reaper in theaters now.
We look forward to spending the evening with James, talking about his exciting career and plans for the future.
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A Sunshine State rivalry is to be renewed. New England Patriots QB Tom Brady had his 4 game suspension from Deflategate reinstated, Will he appeal and how will it affect the Pats. Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford doesnt like the Eagles recent moves and now wants out, what now. All that and more on another jam packed episode of the Eye On Sports Podcast
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It was a busy week of sports: Laremy Tunsil and The NFL draft was yesterday, the NHL's second round began on Wednesday with the Islanders taking a 1-0 series lead, and the NBA playoffs are into their second round with many injuries to star players as well. Plus there's baseball with the Mets and Yankees seemingly going in different directions. All of that and more on the Sam Mines Sports Show. Tune in!
Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016), known by his mononym Prince, was an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and actor, serving as a major figure in popular music for over three decades. Prince was renowned as an innovator and was widely known for his eclectic work, flamboyant stage presence, and wide vocal range. He was widely regarded as the pioneer of Minneapolis sound.
Prince was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Prince sold over 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists of all time. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
He died at his Paisley Park recording studio and home in Chanhassen, Minnesota, near Minneapolis, on April 21, 2016, after suffering flu-like symptoms for several weeks.[
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