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Buck and Shady C discuss This weeks news in the WONDERFUL WORLD OF WRESTLING.
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Co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder get together for the latest edition of City of Champions Radio, as they preview the Pittsburgh Penguins' home matchup with the San Jose Sharks. The guys further examine the Pens' comeback win over Arizona on Saturday afternoon and what they think about their recent play with the playoffs approaching. They also recap the end of the Robert Morris men's hockey season, including their heartbreaking final game and subsequent NCAA tournament snub. Where do the Colonials go from here?
Things took a violent turn in last week's The Walking Dead. And violent in a different kind of way than we've seen before. Rick snapped, and as a result, the citizens of Alexandria aren't feeling warm and fuzzy towards Rick's group any longer. The Season 5 finale, "Conquer," will see trouble brewing inside the gates. That trouble is just as likely to come from internal threats as external ones.
Daryl faces his challenges of his own while on the run. Flip through the below photo gallery to get a peek at what's ahead.
Girl George & the Dragons Radio Show #115 ~
3-29-15.interview..the Whole Rhythm Section..Bass & Drums
Geo Alexander (Bass man) has Been with the Flamin' Groovies since they began
in eary 1960's San Francisco..Victor the Drummer is the Newest Member of the Group
These Boys Have Toured all over the World..& they're touring again..
as a Doc.Movie is Being made of this Fabulous Group...
One of my All time Favorite Bands..Groovie' Man.....
My guest tonight is author Bob Weintraub, who has been a life-long fan of the Boston Red Sox. He grew up in Dorchester, Massachusetts, just eight miles from the famous Fenway Park. Bob played baseball in college at Brandeis University, and following college, he served two years in the Army where he was stationed in Germany. When his military career ended, he returned to Boston, enrolled at Boston University School of Law, and studied law for three years. After graduation, he went into the law field of labor relations. He practiced for six years in Washington, D.C.and in San Francisco before returning to Boston.
It wasn't until later in his life that Bob tried his hand at fiction writing. His first short story was about Irving, a man who had survived a pogrom in Russia years earlier, and had promised God at the time that he would devote his life to prayer and being a moral and ethical person if he wasn't killed in the attacks. Irving did survive and kept his promise. The problem begins, however, when he is admitted, reluctantly (at the urging of his four children) to a Massachusetts nursing home and feels that it's incumbent upon him to persuade the other residents of the Home to live their lives as he was living his. Irving is loved by most of his fellow residents, but even love can go so far.
His first story was accepted by a distinguished literary magazine in North Carolina called "The Sun," and this was the beginning of Bob's career as a writer.
Tonight we'll hear more about Bob, his writing, his books, his upcoming projects, his great love for the Boston Red Sox, and his great recognition of his work by some very famous people.
This week on the show join host Dan Siegel and his co-host Josh Sadlock as they talk to former San Francisco Giants all star pitcher and now analyst Shawn Estes, former Philadelphia Phillies all-star Mike Lieberthal, and Rawling Stars and Stripes instructor Kelly Ahrens.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In his second season with the Spartans... Signed a National Letter-of-Intent in March 2013... Challenging for playing time at a linebacker position.
2013 SEASON: Played in six games as a reserve linebacker and special teams player... Was credited with one tackle for the season which came in the Utah State game.
COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played the 2012 season for Mount San Antonio College (Coach Bob Jasrab) which advanced to thesemifinal round of the state championship tournament... Second on the team with 65 tackles and was credited with 8.5 tackles for loss.
Join AM 1220 KDOW Radio Show host Margaret Jackson, LIVE at the 8th Annual Arab Women's Conference. The Coach is in the mix, celebrating, Arab Women In Media". Dial In get in the mix, on during the show (347) 884-9043. We will interview women at the conference and share with you their experience in media, and the conference.
The Arab Cultural and Community Center is proud to host its 8th Annual Arab Women’s Conference “Quwat Al Mar’aa: Arab Women and the Media” on Sunday, March 29th 2015 at St. Mary’s Cathedral Event Center in San Francisco. The hours for the events are as follows: 9:30- 10AM we will hold breakfast, 10AM-5PM will be the hours for the conference.
So it has been a minute since I had TWO guest on the same show,but I LOVE WGEN I DO THAT!!!!!!!!!! To close out March I thought I would give u something quite special,and so I will...I welcome Comedian Marcus"Poke" Miles and Poet/Author Captain Gimpy!!!!!!!! Let me tell ya'll something....it is GOING DOWN this episode...
Ronald Brady, also known as Captain Gimpy, is a published author who recently made his poetic debut at the Brickhouse Gallery in Sacramento. He is a poet and author who has maintained the blog called "Musings of a Digital Vagabond," where the seeds of his book "The GImpy Monologues," were sown.
Marcus “POKE” Miles, a stand-up comedian from Richmond, California with a direct and fiery delivery of up to date events and up to date topics that everyone can relate to. Poke’s goal in comedy is to be able to make any audience laugh as well as be able to bring a funny from subjects that most people think of but may be uncomfortable to speak about out loud in public. Poke’s influence of comedy is Richard Pryor, Dennis Leary, and Eddie Murphy.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays variety show, airing live with Sandy Blankenship, from the Exeter Chamber of Commerce in California's Sequoia country!
On This Episode:
- Author John Marshall discusses his book ‘WIDE-OPEN WORLD: How Volunteering Around the Globe Changed One Family’s Lives Forever’.
- Cynthia Johnston of MoonMaid Botanicals talks Herbal Health.
- Chef Jeremy Manley of Jeremy’s on the Hill California Style Bistro in Julian, CA shares a Spring Recipe
- S. Ward Heinrichs, Esq. of Backstrom & Heinrichs Attorneys at Law in San Diego talks Employment Transportation Law
- Plus an update on the Bathtub Race in Three Rivers, CA as organized by Three Rivers B&B & Sequoia Comfort Inn
Award-winning Artist and author Carl Childs will share information on his new book titled Solo Exhibit. "I have been working on 4 books and wanted to push this one to the front to help so many people. This book is to help that artist build the intestinal fortitude, network and place their creations in a Solo Exhibit. Being a teacher, it makes sense to write the books for classes that you teach. This episode is sponsored by Carl's Gallery! This is an MTC Art World Production copyright 2015.
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