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  • 00:58

    DRAKO SPORTS IMPACT HOUR: Guests Tim Hague and Darcy McBride - COMBAT PODCAST

    in Sports

    The Drako Sports Impact Hour (7/29/15) with special guest host Chinny G

    This week features guests Tim Hague and Darcy McBride 

    Covering the world of Combat Sports one week at a time!

    Tune in Wednesday Nights at 10pm(EST)/7pm(PST) on the Global Combat Network

    Dominate Your World


  • 00:51

    Hague Sports Bowl

    in Sports

    Nate and Steve talk about the upcoming BCS Bowl games, give their five NFL picks and hand out a well deserved Drama Queen Award.

  • 00:33

    World Reknown Award Winning Cellist Istvan Vardai Interview with Carmen Amoros

    in Entertainment

    Join us tonight January 6, 2016, at 8:00 pm


     Istvan talks about his love of music, his concerts, his favorite musicians, including Yo-Yo Ma and his and his favorite classical composers.  With highlights about his childhood and his recent performance at Carnegie Hall.  

    The interview is interweaved with clips of some of his CD and performances with symphonies.  He plays a 296 year old Montagna Cello, worth several million dollars.

    Since his debut concert in 1997, in The Hague, he has performed in New York, London, Paris, Prague, Vienna, Frankfurt, Munich, Geneva, Dublin, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Florence,Tokyo, Kobe, Beijing with great success. Along his starting career, he played with world-famous musicians and orchestras: Ádám Fischer, Zoltán Kocsis, Howard Griffiths, Simon Gaudenz, Gilbert Varga, St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Geneva Chamber Orchestra, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, Irish Chamber Orchestra. He has been invited to Santander Festival, the Gergiev Festival in St. Petersburg, the Pablo Casals Festival in El Vendrell (Spain), the Festival of Radio France in Montpellier, the Bellerive Festival (Switzerland), the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the Schwetzingen Festival and the Budapest Spring Festival. In 2010 he play in Carnegie Hall:  http://classicalconcerts.hu/images/artist/17d2_pdf_V%C3%A1rdai%20biography%20English%20PDF.pdf

    Visit Istvan Vardai Facebook

  • 01:49

    The MMEh Show Presents: Tim Hague, Stephanie Skinner & Cassie Robb

    in MMA

    The MMEh show is back Live on Sunday May 25th and joining The Maple Leaf Maverick this week is Edmonton MMA pioneer Tim Hague. Tim fought 5 times in the UFC as well as numerous promotions all over the world. The #3 ranked Heavyweight in Canada Tim is on his way back to the UFC. He makes his Unifed MMA Debut Friday May23rd against Canadian #1 Heavyweight Smealinho Rama live in Edmonton. We will be discussing his career thus far and what the future holds for the thrashing machine so be sure you don't miss another hard hitting edition of The MMEh show

  • 00:50

    Week 7, 2015: The Hague

    in Sports

    Partake in a week of insights and outlooks directly from the Blue Jays' system, proceeding from Daniel Norris and the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons to Matt Boyd and the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats, from Matt Smoral and the A-Advanced Dunedin Blue Jays to Sean Reid-Foley and the Lansing Lugnuts. At each stop, the radio voices of the Blue Jays' Minor League affiliates present their latest observations and anecdotes -- with a special triple play tinge to the show. #AroundtheNest

  • 02:42

    Discomforting The Flesh

    in Religion

    You are invited to join in on our show today at 10:30 am... "What's Really Going on Around Here"...Elder Namun Hague will be our speaker. You are invited to come In Person at 10:30 Today Sunday November 29, 2015. 
    Topic: Discomforting The Flesh
    We are located at :
    2538 West Washington St. Indianapolis, In 46222, (on the lower level) 
    There Is A Way Out Ministries


  • 01:05

    Dropping like flies in Texas

    in Sports

    Despite getting a win Sunday vs. the Toronto Blue Jays, the Rangers have been dropping like fleis and losing games. Nate and Ben discuss that as well as the final four teams remaining in the NBA. They also give their two cents on the NFL draft and hand out a Drama Queen Award. 

  • 01:28

    Spring Training is in the air, so is madness

    in Sports

    The guys talk about what has happened with the Rangers so far in Spring Training. They also discuss options for what the bet should be for March Madness. Also, tune in to hear who takes home the tiarra for this week's Drama Queen Award.

  • 02:56

    Authentic Enlightenment - Ep.78 - w/MMA Fighter Tim Hague

    in Current Events

    Tim has a Bachelor of Arts from Augustana University College and an Elementary Education degree from the University of Alberta. Prior to beginning his MMA career, he was a kindergarten teacher in Rochester, Alberta.

    Hague made his MMA debut against Eric MacDonald at King Of The Cage Canada: Detonator in 2006. Hague came out victorious winning via submission. Hague went on to win his next 3 fights and subsequently won the vacant KOTC Canada heavyweight title over Adriano Bernardo in only his fifth fight. 

    A former kindergarten teacher in Rochester, Alberta, Canada, Tim Hague may not act the part of a heavyweight finisher, but make no mistake about it, he is a solid contender in the division who holds notable wins over Sherman Pendergarst and Pat Barry. After assembling a 9-1 record, Hague was invited to join the UFC in 2009, winning his first fight against hyped kickboxer Pat Barry. 

    He fights for the Unified Heavyweight Championship on March 27.

  • 01:29

    Conference Tournaments

    in Sports

    The NCAA Conference Tournaments are this week as we will soon be filling out the brackets. They guys talk about that, their bet, as well as all things Cowboys, Mavs and Rangers. They also hand out the Drama Queen of the Week Award.

  • Episode 303: China, the Pivot, and the WESTPAC Challenge - With James Kraska

    in Military

    As 2015 starts its final act, where is China heading?

    From her Great Wall of Sand in the South China Sea, to economic stress, and her increasingly nervous neighbors, where does the USA and her allies need to adjust to China’s expanding footprint globally, and where do they need to stand firm?

    Our guest for the full hour to discuss this and more will be James Kraska.

    Dr. James Kraska is Professor in the Stockton Center for the Study of International Law, where he previously served as Howard S. Levie Chair in International Law from 2008-13. During 2013-14, he was a Mary Derrickson McCurdy Visiting Scholar at Duke University, where he taught international law of the sea. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Center for Oceans Law and Policy at the University of Virginia School of Law, Guest Investigator at the Marine Policy Center, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, and a Senior Associate at the Naval War College's Center on Irregular Warfare and Armed Groups. 

    He developed the first course on maritime security law at the Naval War College, which he also taught at The Hague Academy of International Law and University of Maine School of Law. Commander Kraska served as legal adviser to joint and naval task force commanders in the Asia-Pacific, two tours in Japan and in four Pentagon major staff assignments, including as oceans law and policy adviser as well as chief of international treaty negotiations, both on the Joint Staff. 

    Kraska earned a J.D. from Indiana University, Bloomington, Maurer School of Law and J.S.D. and LL.M. from University of Virginia School of Law; he also completed a master’s degree at the School of Politics and Economics, Claremont Graduate School. In 2010, Kraska was selected for the Alfred Thayer Mahan Award for Literary Achievement by the Navy League of the United States.