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It has been awhile since we have broadcast in anywhere, whether it is here or CBS Sports 920, but I got the urge after being lazy and not wanting to type out my answers to some St. Louis Cardinals mailbag questions submitted to me by some fellow UCB members.
So, here we are. There is zero prep. I have put little thought in to these questions at this point, so who knows what I will say. It should be fun.
If anything, you will get a second to hear some more about the other great Cardinals blogs out there.
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The Washington Nationals rallied late in the series finale with the St. Louis Cardinals, but it wasn't enough as the Cards swept the three-game set in Busch Stadium with a 5-2 win this afternoon.
The Washington Nationals dropped to 5-21 in Busch Stadium III with tonight's 4-1 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. Matt Adams' HR, his second in two games, broke a 1-1 tie in the seventh and lifted the Cards to the win.
The Washington Nationals snapped an eight-game losing streak against the St. Louis Cardinals with a 3-1 win tonight in Nationals Park. Gio Gonzalez outdueled Michael Wacha and Rafael Soriano saved it.
The radio show is back and the NFL is back! The Arizona Cardinals open training camp with their first practice Saturday, July 26. Jess and Seth preview the team as they start real football. What are expectations and concerns? Who are their picks for who will stand out and who will not? Who will be surprise cuts? Who will win the position battles?
Tune in live or listen via download and give us your thoughts and expectations for the Cardinals in 2014.
There are more than 200 different types of cancer and it can develop in any of 60 different organs within the body. There are three main types of mesothelioma; a rare cancer of the protective lining that covers many of the internal organs of the body. It's most commonly caused by exposure to asbestos.
During her childhood Heather von St. James did what many little girls do. She wore her daddy's jacket around the house when he came home from work -- never suspecting there was harm coming to her via that playful act.
In November 2005 at the age of 36, just three months after celebrating the birth of her daughter, she was diagnosed with pleural mesothelioma. The delicately risky surgery to save her life took her more than 1400 miles away from the life she'd just brought into the world. The surgery performed at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital consisted of removing the lining of the lung, an entire lung, half of her diaphragm, the lining of her heart and her sixth rib. That marked the beginning of her journey to survive and her battle with what she calls "scanxiety." Motherhood and marriage interspersed with doses of humor and faith have strengthened her when anxiety and the fear of recurrence hit home.
She's now celebrating her 8th year as a survivor. Her mission in life is to help others with mesothelioma around the globe. Her stories of awareness and hope appear in places like The Huffington Post, Moms N' Charge, Everyday Health, interviews and hope-filled awareness blogs. When she's not busy speaking, advocating, and inspiring others, she's spends her time with husband/best-friend Cameron, volunteering at her daughter's school, planting flowers, and enjoying all things whimsical. Meet Heather von St. James - A Case for Hope!
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Bruce Davis, Ph.D. has authored a number of books including his newly released: The Love Letters, Saint Francis and St. Clare of Assisi Meet Pope Francis and bestsellers, Simple Peace – the Inner Life of St Francis, The Heart of Healing, and The Calling of Joy.
Much like the subject of his works, Saint Francis of Assisi, Bruce prefers to live a modest and unpretentious life with his wife, Ruth. They cater to others who seek the beauty and grace of silence. They are the proprietors of two world renowned silent retreat centers first in Assisi, Italy, and now at the gateway to the California Wine Country - Silent Stay.
One of the world’s leading authors on the power of silence, Dr. Davis for the past 12 years, has been teaching and guiding people in the art of silence and the joys that come from it. A spiritual psychologist and teacher of world religions, his life and work is based in his deep connection to silence, simplicity and heartfulness. He also writes an ongoing column in the Huffington Post on the Gifts of Silence. Visit his website at www.silentstay.com
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"TRUTH HEALS" on Blogtalkradio.com
My guest.....Ms. Leslie Broadnax Democrat candidate for St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney. Join me for TRUTH! as to why this election is so IMPORTANT!!!!!!!!!!
What is real...what is truth............is it yours or does it belong to the world?
Once we acknowledge what is.....true and real then we can begin to heal.............
It has been a long, long time since we've done a show, and in the midst of the summer, why not do one now? There is plenty to talk about, including:
All-star selections reactions, including guys who I am glad to see make the roster, guys who were snubbed and how the Cardinals and Mike Matheny figured in to the mix
John Nagel (@CardinalsFarm) of CardinalsFarm.com will join me to discuss all things Cardinals minor leagues, and we will discuss the trade rumors of the day surrounding the team's interest in Jake Peavy
Brad Bumpus (@BBump18) will join me to discuss the Blues off-season so far
World Footprints travels to the island of St. Vincent to explore ancient places and the history of a proud people few know anything about. Our first stop is to the Botanical Gardens of St. Vincent, the oldest such garden of its type in the Western Hemisphere, and we are joined by historian Dr. Edgar Adams for a look into some of the events and experiences that have defined his life and the history of St. Vincent.
Then we travel to Fort Charlotte where we meet Augustine Sutherland, a decendant of one of St. Vincent's indigeneous ethnic groups, the Garafuna. Fort Charlotte was built by the British (1793-1806), not to defend against a naval attack but as an inland defense against attacks from the Garafuna, Kalinago and the French. This in evidenced by the fact that the cannons of Fort Charlotte face inland. Augustine shares some of the tragic history his ancestors faced here and some of the challenges he faced growing up as a Garafuna on St. Vincent.