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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome (for the first time in 4 years) 3 guests in one huge show!
First, We welcome Actor John Amplas, Known for his work on such movies as "Day of the Dead" "Dawn of the Dead" "Martin" and "Creepshow" (among others)!
We also welcome longtime comic book artist and writer, Charles D. Moisant AND Author Stephen Giannangelo!
Both Stephen and Charles will be guests at this years Dark History Con in Champaign, ILL. in October!
Charles will also be at this years CIL-Con in Mattoon, IL. in Aug! SEE YOU THERE! JOIN US!
After sweeping the Milwaukee Brewers, the Cubs are now locked in a tight battle race for the 2nd Wild Card spot. The upcoming stretch is a crucial one as they take on the Pirates, who currently hold the 1st Wild Card, before a 4-game series at home against the Giants who are just 1/2 game back of the Cubs in the Wild Card race. With a starting pitcher and reliever added before last Friday's trade deadline, the Cubs have a legitimate shot to make the playoffs. Let's all enjoy the ride!
The Bears had their first off-day of training camp today, but there's still plenty to talk about. Rookie WR Kevin White is still MIA with a bad shin, rookies and 2nd year players are challenging veterans at several positions, and the players like what they see from Defensive Coordinator Vic Fangio's 3-4 scheme so far.
Elsewhere in the NFC North, the Detroit Lions are trying to make the playoffs in back-to-back seasons for the first time since the mid 1990s. With several key losses along their defensive line, what can we expect from one of the best run-stopping defenses in football last year?
All this plus your calls @ (347) 327-9183. BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS!
Stephen and Chris talk women's soccer
"There is great consolation in the fact that the Lord Himself covered the broken law with a mercy-seat; and then He, the merciful God, took His position upon that seat, so that every sinner who comes confessing his sins, may receive mercy and pardon. That mercy-seat, with the cloud of glory, the visible representation of God's presence, and its covering cherubim, is a figure, or " shadow," of the throne of the great God, who proclaims His name as "merciful and gracious, long-suffering, and abundant in goodness and truth." STEPHEN N. HASKELL; The Cross and Its Shadow, Pg. 46
Brad Maule was graduated from Stephen F. Austin College cum laude with a B.F.A. in theater and English. He grew up on a farm in rural west Texas where he attended one of the few remaining country schools with an enrollment of 150 students in twelve grades. Maule's theatre credits include Billy Barnes' musical revue, Movie Star. He then played Hamlet in Somethin's Rockin' in Denmark. He won the Drama-Logue Award for his performance in Stephen Sondheim's Marry Me A Little. Maule's television credits include guest starring roles in The White Shadow (1978), Three's Company (1977), Too Close for Comfort (1980), and Charlie's Angels (1976). He also appeared on the ABC miniseries Malibu (1983). Brad Maule wrote and performed songs before he became an actor. He worked as backup singer for Bob Gentry, Jim Nabors, and Don Ho, among others, and has released a couple of albums.
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Join Minister Damian Henry with speacial guest Pastor Stephen Paul Antoine, this Monday July 3, 2015 @ 10am eastern standard time for bible study. We will be looking at the Covenant Church which God has in mind from the begining of creation. I prayer that you will be bless when you tune in by calling 714-868-0763, or click the link on the Facebook/twitter pages.
It feels soo good to be back in football land!
Training camps are here now and the team debates which player will have the best chance to challenge last years camp MVP Dez Bryant. What player will make the roster now, and step up to the task? Bryant challenges everyone he faces and holds his entire team accountable. He wants to win now. Who else does?
The team lost a big power runner in DeMarco Murray, but could they be getting another one in Stephen Jackson? Jackson may not have much left, but he made it clear he wants to end his career in Big D. This couild provide a big boost to the Dallas run game near the goal line, but is picking up Jackson really the best idea?
We mentioned a few shows ago about the pre-seaon and if we thought it mattered. Now we debate if the pre-season matters to anyone. Do you watch/care about the pre season? Call us up and let us know!