• 00:30

    1st Timothy Bible Study Hear and Do

    in Christianity

    I Timothy shall ready you and teach thr Holy Scriptures in love and in the name of Jesus. The learning of the word and doing th word brings a deeper greater understanding of the scripture and a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Jesus and the Father in the HOLY Spirit.


    Timothy is my name and this book happens to be one of my favorites.


    This is a boot camp for the believer in learning how all the stuff works.


     

  • 01:00

    Something's Brewing with Casey & John - Timothy J. Cox

    in Entertainment

    Join us for our next show with actor Timothy J. Cox!  


    In a career that began when he won the lead role in his eighth grade school musical, something that he auditioned for just to get out of Math class, critically acclaimed character actor Timothy J. Cox has shown no signs of slowing down. The actor, who has called New York City his home for almost 15 years, continues to give lauded performances in numerous stage and film productions, in roles large and small, classical and contemporary. Born in Philadelphia, Cox began studying acting in high school, performing in numerous plays and musicals. Jack Lemmon in Days of Wine and Roses and Donald Sutherland in Ordinary People. Both performances, especially Lemmon's (one of the actor's many idols) had a profound effect on the young actor. Tim continued his acting studies at Marietta College, Ohio and appeared in numerous plays, many of them classical works.  Moving to New York City in February of 2001. Since then, he has continued his work in the theatre, but has also appeared in over 50 films, with appearances in numerous independent short and feature films, earning positive reviews from numerous critics, as well as the title ''the Johnny Depp of Indie cinema'' from the independent film site Rogue Cinema. Since 2010, Cox has collaborated on five films with acclaimed writer / director Sean Meehan: Over Coffee,The Beachcomber, You're Not Safe Here, Mallas, MAand the upcoming Total Performance. On the theatre side of things, Cox has collaborated with his good friend, actor / director Lawrence Lesher, on over 10 productions since 2006, including the recent comedy The Asphalt Christmas, which enjoyed an acclaimed run at the Theatre Row Studios back in the end of December.

  • 01:20

    The Celebefex Show™ welcomes Becca and the Gin Hall Hustlers

    in Entertainment

    Becca and the Gin Hall Hustlers Band on The Celebefex Show™ today ! Nashville Artist Becca has great stories an dishes on music and software, Nashville,  and her fun take on everything she observes in the modern world. She has funny songs and a great Country Rock sound you will love! Great Talk in Part 1 of this 2 Part Interview. 


    Interviewing the Best in the Entertainment Industry, including Grammy Award Winners, world renowned Songwriters, Producers, Actors and More..... The Celebefex Show™ is on air every Saturday  Air Times: @ 2pm noon in Hollywood, 4pm in Nashville, 5pm in NYC and 10pm in London , UK! 

  • 00:47

    Episode 27 - Spencer Hall

    in Sports

    Spencer Hall, Editorial Director at SB Nation and Editor at Every Day Should Be Saturday, gives us his thoughts on how to deal with the college football offseason (playoff hockey is your friend), makes ill-advised predictions with us about the 2015 season (sorry, teams we have inevitably over or underrated), and plays a thrilling trivia game we call Florida or Tennessee? It ends with him doubting everything he knows, which is nice.

  • 02:30

    Hot Topic: Sport Chat Yes or No to Pete Rose in the Hall- Of- Fame

    in Baseball

    Rose was baseball in the 1970's. The iconic image of him diving head first into a base. His record 4256 hits. No one loved the game more. Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone deserves a second chance. Everyone should learn to forgive. No one deserves to cast stones. Rose in the HOF would be the best thing for baseball right now.Pete Rose was a great player but he should not be in the Hall of Fame. Rose made poor decisions and decided to gamble on the game of baseball. Due to this, he has a horrible reputation and shouldn't be placed in the Hall of Fame. What he did is not allowed and he broke the rules.


    http://www.debate.org/opinions/should-pete-rose-be-in-the-hall-of-fame

  • 01:30

    The Original Football Guru: The 2015 Hall of Fame

    in Sports

    The Original Football Guru:  The 2015 Hall of Fame


    Join The Original Football Guru, Chris Bellina, Jerry Chiles and guests at 9pm ET / 6pm PT as they discuss the 2015 Hall of Fame and who gets in.


    To listen to the show, go over to www.SportzAddix.com and click on the live radio player or to listen or be part of the show, simply dial 646-378-1303

  • 00:07

    David Hall CEO of Replicel

    in Education

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview David Hall.


    David Hall – CEO, President & Director


    For more than a decade, Mr. Hall held executive management roles at Angiotech Pharmaceuticals Inc. including Chief Financial Officer, Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Vice President of Government & Community Relations. He also served as the company’s Corporate Secretary and Treasurer. Mr. Hall is highly committed to governmental policy issues related to the biotech industry. He is a past Chairman and current board member of Life Sciences BC and currently serves as a director of Advantage BC. He has served as the Chairman of the Biotech Industry Advisory Committee to the BC Competition Council and as a member of the BC Task Force on PharmaCare. Mr. Hall is also a member of the University of British Columbia’s Tech Equity Investment Committee and is a director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of GLG Lifetech Corporation.

  • 00:20

    Community Hall News

    in Religion

    News and events from around the world and here at home

  • 01:52

    Hall of Fame Jockey Bill Boland

    in Sports

    Pass the Buck Talking Horses with Special Guest Hall of Fame Jockey Bill Boland.  Boland began his riding career in 1949 at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. While still a sixteen-year-old apprentice in 1950, he won the Kentucky Oaks aboard Ari's Mona, then the following day rode Middleground to victory in the Kentucky Derby. Boland missed winning the U.S. Triple Crown series that year when he and Middleground finished second after a rough trip in the Preakness Stakes but then won the Belmont Stakes. In 1966 Boland won his second Belmont Stakes aboard Amberoid for trainer Lucien Laurin. Bill was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2006.


     

  • 00:08

    The Melanology Hour with Dr. Timothy Owens Moore & Dr. Jewel

    in Lifestyle

    Listen in every month as Author and Professor Dr. Timothy Owens Moore examines the physiological, neurological, social and psychological impact of the melanin biopolymer on the hueman race, and the many ways it makes us more similar than different. Today the doctrs discuss "The Ear" and how Melanin affects hearing.

  • 00:44

    ​THE NATIONAL TEACHERS HALL OF FAME

    in Education

    THE NATIONAL TEACHERS HALL OF FAME


     


    Yeah, there is one...in Emporia KS and we have Executive Director of said Hall, Carol Strickland to tell us all about it. And a hearty thanks to Michelle Accardi at NBPTS for introducing us to Carol


    www.nthf.org  @teachershall


     


    Presented by Zaner Bloser 


    www.zaner-bloser.com  @zanerbloser

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