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Guests include, NASCAR K&N Pro Series West driver, Gracin Raz, with Jefferson Pitts Racing as he helps us preview their upcoming NAPA Auto Parts Wildcat 150 race at Tucson Speedway this weekend.
Join host Sharon Burton and co-host Brian Eberly for NASCAR Weekend Preview for your complete guide for the upcoming races at Kansas Speedway and Tucson Speedway this weekend.
We're previewing the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Camping World Truck Series races at Kansas Speedway, as well as the K&N Pro Series West at Tucson Speedway. Hopefully, we'll also chat with Chris Knight during NASCAR Hot Topic Sound Off about the latest news and hot topics from the Sprint Cup, XFINITY and Camping World Truck Series as well as the K&N Pro Series and ARCA Racing Series.
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Jack and Cyndi recap and discuss the latest episode of CBS's "The Amazing Race." This episode talks about The Amazing Race 28 episode, "Monkey Dance!"
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NASCAR Sprint Cup race or demolition derby? Talladega often resembles both. This week seemed to lean a little towards the derby.
Tonight we break down why 35 out of 40 cars suffered some type of crash damage, 3 cars on their side or upside down, a steering wheel coming off, a rivalry renewed and Brad Keselowski in victory lane.
We will break it all down with 700 WLW's Dennis Neal, co-host of the Escort Radar Racing Report. Dennis will share his thoughts on the trouble at Talladega plus give us an update on Kentucky Speedways facelift and their fanday this past Friday with Terry Labonte and Ben Rhodes.
The soap box will be busy, plus get the news of the week and a look at Kansas with our fantasy preview and picks. Who do we curse this week? We take cash, cashier checks and credit cards to avoid cursing your favorite driver. Find out who's in trouble this week.
It's all tonight, miss a minute and you'll start the race a lap down.
This week, we were thrilled to have the opportunity to catch up with Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Bob shared information about some of the upcoming events at the museum over the next month or so, including a celebration of Jackie Robinson's love of Kansas City and Jazz (May 6), Dressed to the Nines Day at Kauffman Stadium and the Salute to the Negro Leagues (May 15), and the Hall of Game inductions on June 11.
Bob talked about personality in baseball, Bryce Harper's visit to the museum, and the style of play embodied by Tim Raines, Andre Dawson, Orlando Cepeda, and Tony Oliva, the inductees to the NLBM Hall of Game. And he shared a couple stories about Oscar Charleston, Satchel Paige, and the late, great Buck O'Neil.
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We're racing toward an awesome podcast today. CFP Katie Brewer joins us to talk about this bumpy stock market. Are investors really only still in it because there's nothing else to do with their money? Also, speaking of bumpy, if the market gets bumpy, what lessons can we learn from race car drivers? Finally, what concepts should ALL savers be familiar with when they become an adult?
It's a fun, wild ride, that's only interrupted shortly for a great conversation with award winning blogger Suzanne Lucas, who shares with us tips to make sure you're not the most hated person in your workplace.
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Three top progressive lawyers host the program and bring an amazing, diverse line up of guests from grassroots activists to politically mindful authors. Most importantly, Law and Disorder brings access to attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases the show is the generator of news within the radio echo-chamber throughout the country.
Ian Washburn speaks about his first AMA Pro race in Austin, Texas at the Circuit of the Americas. Open mic Call in, callers can ask Ian about how he has worked to reach this level of competition, his equipment, and other race related questions.
RevKess & KaliSara give their unique Pagan Perspectives on some of the current events from around the world. Everything from politics to science, from education to religion. Tune in to hear what they have to share with each other and the listening audience.
In this edition:
Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee as both Cruz and Kasich leave the race
Sanders is not leaving the race until the July DNC
Farrar and Bone release their new book
Heather Dale's Queens of Avalon now available
KaliSara's News in a Flash
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Speaker Paul Ryan is among others who are not ready to cross into the Trump camp and are still going through the five stages of political death. Meanwhile, a Wisconsin businessman is challenging Ryan for his Congressional seat, and tonight we'll hear why.
Trump wants to be a president who wins. Dr. Sebastian Gorka explains what he means. And details about the day Paul Manafort put the fear of death into the hearts and mind of the GOP establishment.
The leaked TTIP deal to merge the US and the EU triggers outrage. I've got details on that and much more.
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