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BSR Radio will have our Bay Area basketball show tonight. We will discuss the Cal Bears, USF Dons, and have a special guest appearance by SJSU Spartans phenom Rashad Muhammad.
We will also discuss the Warriors recent struggles and how Harrison Barnes has played a part in that.
Robyn Donaldson is the owner of Renew Property Solutions, LLC., where her primary function is a Real Estate Developer. As a Real Estate Developer, she has the opportunity to renew, restore and revitalize the community by purchasing distressed properties. She then rehabilitates these properties, thus providing quality living space for homeless veterans and displaced families. Along with this rewarding opportunity to bless many within the community, Robyn also is the owner of Empire Business Solutions of Tampa, LLC. Under this umbrella, Robyn is able to assist many people with the lifelong dream of having their credit resuscitated by offering programs such as Credit Restoration, Credit Counseling, homeownership, and real estate investing. This organization has also developed a marketing team to assist individuals who will need assistance in a complete business startup program.
Robyn has obtained an Electrical Certification for Residential, Commercial and Motor Controls. 2015 USF CRED Alumni. She is currently pursuing a degree in Architectural Design and Construction Building, as well as studying for her General Contractor’s License.
She is also co-founder of "Wonder Woman 2016".
Mission:: A group of Wonder Woman, that wear many capes! Our focus is on youth, health and our community. We use our adventurous activities as a platform to empower other woman, connect with teens, and live our lives with NO
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Domo Agamatto, Mr. Sherlock-o; the hosts get hoary for Dr. Strange’s true-to-source look
Deadpool climbs into the front seat to deck our halls and leave us all with red and green balls. Charles asks whether or not the coming movie can rest on the laurels of Ryan’s spandex-clad ass
Possible X-Force movie line-up; also seemingly faithful to origins, with conspicuously absent feet
X-23 dons the yellow and blue. Will she be another clone story or carve out a new path?
We tie it all up with a year-end review where the “year’s worst” is so bad that it makes Paul physically ill.
Tonight Vinny & Terry talk Kentucky Wildcats sports: the win over the Charlotte 49ers, a look ahead to the Louisville Cardinals. There were the hoops victories over the Wright State Raiders and Boston Terriers. Friday Cal and Co. head south to face Coach O and the USF Bulls.
The Ohio State Buckeyes fell in their first real test of the season against the Michigan State Spartans. Can they bounce back when they face the Michigan Wolverines Saturday?
It still sounds funny saying it, but NBA history was made last night as the Golden State Warriors won their 16th consecutive game.
Kobe . . . Kobe . . Kobe
Tune in! It's gonna be great! (845)277-9373 or @CatsTalkWed!
Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guests David Berman, D.O., and Katie Namtu, Pharm.D., our Infectious Diseases experts at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Dr. Berman joined All Children's in 2001. A graduate of Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine, he completed his pediatric residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center/Schneider Children's Hospital.
Dr. Berman completed his pediatric infectious disease fellowship at the University of Miami School of Medicine, Jackson Medical Center.
He received the USF Pediatric Subspecialty Attending of the Year Award and was included in Best Doctors in America. Dr. Berman is board certified in pediatrics and pediatric infectious disease. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a member of the Infectious Disease Society of America and the Pediatric Infectious Disease Society.
Dr. Katie Namtu received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2005 from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. She completed her pharmacy practice residency at the Medical University of South Carolina, and her pediatric pharmacy specialty residency at All Children's.
After residency training, Dr. Namtu was the clinical pharmacy specialist in pediatric hematology-oncology at Florida Children's Hospital before returning to All Children's as the current pediatric infectious disease clinical pharmacy specialist.
To learn more, tune in Wednesday, November 4 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHradio
I have lived in Tampa, Fl for over 22 years and I am an avid sports fan. I do my research and get all the facts before I give my opinion. My passion is for all sports but the most important one to me is by far football. I have worked for the Tampa Tribune for 3 years, radio broadcasting, and even covered the Arena Football League. I have covered every sport from volleyball to the UFC and I look forward to bringing my years of sports experience to my new radio show. Like the great Herm Edwards said “ You play to win the game, Hello? You play to win the game. You don't play it to just play it. That's the great thing about sports: you play to win, and I don't care if you don't have any wins. You go play to win. When you start telling' me it doesn't matter, then retire. Get out! 'Cause it matters."
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There’s a lot going on in broadband in Oregon. Communities such as Sandy are upgrading their infrastructure significantly, or planning their initial networks. Co-op are energized and several of them are planning to launch broadband initiatives. The rural telephone companies are providing creative solutions that are getting communities connected.
Joseph Franell, General Manager and CEO of Eastern Oregon Telecom, discusses some of the opportunities and the challenges that communities face here in the state. Gigabit Nation is broadcasting live from the Oregon Connections Telecommunications Conference, which draws statewide attendees to share ideas, experiences and knowledge about telecommunications.
Franell and Gigabit Nation host Craig Settles highlight:
some of the challenges with bridging the broadband divide in education;
addressing the urban/rural divide;
what is the "right" model to deploy gigabit networks in rural markets;
how has the USF/ICC reform impacted rural carriers and how are they moving forward;
what are the pluses and minuses of the Google Fiber model.
Sandy, OR’s move to gigabit broadband is one of the many case stories in Settles’ new book, Building the Gigabit City, Vol. 2.
John and Dan get together to discsuss Syracuse's Saturday matchup with Virginia, plus recap the atrocities of last week's USF loss and of course, chat some beer too.
John is joined by Dan to preview Syracuse's upcoming matchup with the USF Bulls, talk about things not at all related to that for a large period of time, and also talk about beer.
The University of Memphis Tigers take their 4-0 record on the road for the first time in AAC play to take on the South Florida Bulls. The game will take place Friday night at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida and will be broadcast on ESPN2 and will kick off at 6:00PM. The Bulls were off last week, and the Tigers will be coming off a dramatic win over Cincinnati on last Thursday night 53-46. Dave Fleming, Mack Brown, and Allison Williams are the broadcast team. Our special guest this week is Jeff Odom, Tampa Bay Times USF beat writer.