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    Greatest Performances #4: Butch Reed

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    Greatest Performances #3: Hiroshi Tanahashi

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    Greatest Performances: Tanahashi

    vs. Kota Ibushi 7-20-15

    vs. AJ Styles 8-14-15

    vs. Shinsuke Nakamura 8-16-15

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    vs. Tyrone Downes 8-12-88


    vs.  Samart Payakaroon 5-8-87


    vs. Satoshi Shingaki 4-26-85


  • 00:57

    Steve Spacek: Talented Evaluator - Gov't Performances & Clean Politics

    in Politics

    Steve Spacek is a Talented, Non-partisan Evaluator of Government and Public Servant Performances. He is creator of the American State Litter Scorecard-- offered monthly on thelitterscorecard.com website, and presented every three years at American Society for Public Administration events, including the 2014 SECOPA (Southeastern Conference on Public Administration) at the Atlanta Marriott, Perimeter Center. [The Scorecard has been cited in TRAVEL+LEISURE “America’s Dirtiest Cities,” THE BOSTON GLOBE and other periodicals].

    He’s been a service provider to government and non-profit clients; a stand-by Government Reports Reviewer for Association of Governmental Accountants. Steve has session-chaired public-service conventions and attended The World Bank’s Open Data and Rutgers-NewarkPublic Performance - Measurement Conferences. He spoke at the recent EPA National Environmental Justice Council meeting in Arlington, Virginia and an EPA Washington-headquarters hearing on cutting pollution emissions.

    Steve has recently appeared on three radio talk shows, including Money for Lunch with Bert Martinez, Savino Veritas with Tom Savino in California, and The Michael Blum Show from Florida.

    A native of Texas, Steve earned a Political Science degree cum laude from the University of Houston; took graduate classes at both University of North Carolina and University of Wisconsin. He attained a Master of Public Administration from Texas State University.  Steve’s a member of the Pi Alpha Alpha Public Administration Honor Society and lives in Montgomery County Maryland, right outside the District of Columbia.


  • 00:59

    Meryl Streep: Her Films and Performances

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    Host Betty Jo Tucker reviews Ricki and the Flash, starring Meryl Streep. Plus, noted film critic Mack Bates drops by the show to talk about Streep’s illustrious acting career. Considered by many to be the greatest contemporary film actress, Streep has been honored with three Oscars and nineteen Academy Award nominations. She earned those Oscars for The Iron Lady, Sophie’s Choice and Kramer vs. Kramer. But some of her most popular performances can be seen in such lighter fare as The Devil Wears Prada ,It’s Complicated and Mamma Mia! She displays her considerable vocal talent as a rock-and-roll singer in Ricki and the Flash, her latest movie. Known for being a perfectionist in preparing for her roles, Streep also boasts the ability to master any accent. Drama, comedy, musicals – all have been conquered by this acclaimed actress. Bates, a frequent guest on Movie Addict Headquarters, has written freelance articles for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine’s official film blog. He also received a local Emmy for his work on The Robert and Rosie Show. 

  • Al Pacino Double Feature and Favorite Performances

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    Host Betty Jo Tucker reviews Danny Collins and Manglehorn, two recent movies starring Oscar-winner Al Pacino. Plus, noted film critics James Colt Harrison and Diana Saenger drop by to talk about their favorite Pacino movies and performances. Considered by many to be one of the greatest actors in all of film history, Pacino began his movie career in Me, Natalie, a 1969 motion picture starring Patty Duke, Elsa Lancaster and James Farentino. He now boasts over 50 acting credits on IMDb. His awards include a Best Actor Academy Award for Scent of a Woman and additional Oscar nominations for Dog Day Afternoon, Glengarry Glen Ross, Dick Tracy, The Godfather, Serpico, And Justice For All and Godfather: Part II.

    2015 has been a very good year for Pacino. His impressive performances in Manglehorn and Danny Collins are winning rave reviews. He nails both characters and makes viewers care what happens to them despite the many mistakes they’ve made in the past. Manglehorn’s destructive obsession and Danny Collins’ relentless search for redemption seem so real because of Pacino’s ability to get inside each man’s heart and soul.

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    Visual Past Performances

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    Learn how to read, understand and use Visual Past Performances.

  • 00:46

    2015 MLB Playoff Preview!

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    Eric Knifong (e_knifong) and Nolan Haag (njh09) host a special show for Hawt Taeks (@hawttaeks) to preview the 2015 MLB playoffs. They will recap the 2015 season and pick their regular season award winners. Also, they will be discussing who wins each round, what players/teams have good/bad performances and ultimately, who goes home World Series champion? Join them for the special episode, as the MLB playoffs started tonight!

  • "Hush Up Sweet Charlotte" Writer/Director Billy Clift of "Baby Jane?" Fame

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    Nicholas Snow welcomes critically acclaimed Writer/Director Billy Clift (of Baby Jane? fame) to discuss not only his career, but his latest film, Hush Up Sweet Charlotte, an homage to the 1964 Hush…Hush Sweet Charlotte film starring the iconic actresses Bette Davis and Olivia de Havilland.  The film tells of an aging, reclusive Southern belle with a horrifying hidden family secret.  It tracks her descent into madness (with the help of a lost relative) as she fights to save her family’s historic plantation.

    In Clift’s film, the leads are parody performances by gender-illusionist superstars Matthew Martin and Varla Jean Merman.  The feature role of housekeeper Velma, originally performed by Agnes Moorhead, is played by Mink Stole, made famous by cult film director, John Waters.  Other cast members include accomplished comedian/actor Jason Stuart, star of stage and screen David Millbern, rising star Jesse Pepe, Raja Gemini of RuPaul’s Drag Race, plus San Francisco drag icons Katya Smirnoff Skyy, Ethel Merman, Honey Mahogony, Heklina and more.

    Visit NicholasSnow.com!  This episode's main sponsors are Desert AIDS Project and Lulu California Bistro.

  • 00:52


    in Radio

    Master of the stage, performer for the soul, Eric “EQ” Young is known for his ability to fire up concert crowds with his high-energy passionate vocals and funky bass beats. This consummate musician has a long history of opening for, playing with, and being signed by established names in the business. Today, EQ confirms his place among the constellation of great Bay Area funk stars with the early release of 8 songs from his upcoming CD, “Just 4 You.” 

    Getting his hands on his first guitar at the age of 8—a gift from his grandfather, that had only three strings, Eric Young taught himself to play by ear. Imitating Sly Stone’s mixture of sound and tight arrangements on that misfit instrument ended up opening a life path to world stages. 

    Other radio stars of the period had a strong influence on his style, including Larry Graham, leading Young to switch to learning bass and studying music composition. Growing up in the Northern California Bay Area gave Young easy access to live performances of Tower of Power, Sly Stone, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Whispers, The Escovedos, Santana, Pointer Sisters. Their example put pressure on the aspiring star to master his instrument and showmanship, solidifying his vision of becoming a complete entertainer. While bands he auditioned for continued to turn him down, their rejections only fueled his ambition. So deep was his desire to be a performer, only at the request—and belt—of his mother did he finish high school. 


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    VOICE of RIO GRANDE, Dr. Johnston with Ray McKinnis Octbre 7, 2015 at 3:00 pm

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    VOICE OF RIO GRANDE Host Dr. Michelle Johnston discusses with Ray McKinniss about Bob Evans Farm Festival October 9 – 11, 2015

    Live Channel 17 Rio Grande Cable Access
    3:00 Wednesday, October 7, 2015 VOICE OF RIO GRANDE Hosted by Dr. Michelle Johnston, President of the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College features Ray, McKinniss, Farm Manager with Bob Evans Farms.  The 45th Annual Bob Evans Farm Festival will take place Friday, October 9 - Sunday, October 11, 2015 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. each day. The Farm Festival offers a wide range of entertainment, one-of-a-kind handmade arts and crafts, farm contests, delicious local food, children’s activities, demonstrations and musical performances! Dr. Johnston and Ray discuss how the festival came into being, what activities are available, camping on Bob Evans Farm festival and the different people who come to enjoy the festival.

    Ray McKinniss, Bob Evans Farm Manager

    Call Free:  1-800-994-3276

    Email:  ray.mckinniss@bobevans.com

    The Bob Evans Farm is located on State Route 588 just off U.S. Route 35

    Mailing Address:

        791 Farmview Road,

        Bidwell, Ohio 45614