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While it might have felt like a “slow” sports week to you, there’s NEVER anything slow here at Frat House Sports and they’ve got a packed two hour program here to prove it!
The Frat House Sports Gang are joined right at the top of the show by Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia’s John Boruk to give us some insight into the Philadelphia Flyers unknown new coach, Dave Hakstol. Can this NHL newcomer take the team some place they haven’t been in 40-years?
NFL owners and “The Commish” Roger Goodell got together for a few days in San Francisco, and suddenly New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is talking contrite. What happened there? PAT’s; games in Mexico and Germany; Los Angeles is a given; Mark Davis would have made daddy proud; are just a few things on our agenda.
The NHL playoffs are down to the Conference Finals and things have gotten interesting a dicey for a few. We’ve got hockey aficionado and sports author Russ Cohen to help us analyze the now desperate New York Rangers; the eye-popping contract Toronto Maple Leafs contract with Mike Babcock; and, other NHL chatter.
They wrap it all up with a bit more pro and collegiate football nonsense.
THIS is one packed program . . . which will also be including you and YOUR calls at 347 – 826 – 9964!
BRING IT . . . and bring your best to “The Frat House Gang” – Frat House Mike, Uncle Mark, Sidekick, and Brandon!
Many times in life, we find ourselves caught in the patterns that, while familiar, do not necessarily serve us. Today, we'll be exploring how to recognize and avoid the pitfalls of unproductive choices through an old story about dealing with a hole in a street. In studying the wisdom of this simple tale, we can see how our choices in dealing with life's pitfalls can actually bring us closer to empowerment.
After the show I'll be logging into the chatroom and aswering questions.
OWW Radio - DCW chairman David Kline and WWE review
in Real Estate
On "It's My House" our podcast today has (4) TITLES ! They are as follows:
Gentrification Case Study: Civil Rights vs White Supremacy
Dr. Welsings Neighbors & Social Capital
Dr. Welsings Neighbors & The Law Tribe
Dr. Welsings Neighbors & The Law Of Gentrification Polarity
We shall get the Defintions of the following words/terms:
We also discuss the terms:
Civil Rights Tools
Neigbhorhood Social Capital
Neighborhood Trust............from Lone Wolf To Millionaires Row.
Long Range Neighborhood Planning
We shall take a look at a real case of gentrication that didn't have to happen and that racism/white supremacy has nothing do with a neighbohood changing.
Call "It's My House Radio @ 712-432-8863
Last week Michelle went to 5 wrestling shows including WWE Payback. Tonight she will talk about her crazy week. Liz and Michelle will also review Payback,RAW,and NXT Takeover from last night and give there thought on TNA losing Destination America less then a year after getting on there network. If you want to give your thoughts on this or anything else wrestling releated the number to call is (323)870-4022. Join the ladies as they talk about 1 wild ass week.
in Indie Music
This show is all about House Music!!!! Jay'e R. will be talking with House DJ B Knowledge and Award winning EDM recording artist, Jay Blahnik. This show will be dedicated 100% to House Music that will put you in the mood to dance the night away, you DON"T WANT TO MISS THIS SHOW!!!!! Tune in every Thursday at 9 P.M. EST with R&B/Pop singer and songwriter Jay'e R. as he brings you the best undeground music from some of the hottest Unsigned/Independent artists in the world. Guests and listeners can call in to (713) 955-0745.
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Dr. Richar House joins Scott Cluthe live to discuss his death/re-birth and how that lead him to a world journey to discover the healing potential of the invisible grid that penetrates every fiber of our Earth. His experiences around the planet chaged him for a traditional medical doctor to an expert on acupunture and much more.
Richard House is Senior Lecturer in Psychotherapy and Counselling in Roehampton University s Research Centre for Therapeutic Education, a publishing editor with Hawthorn Press, and a trained Steiner teacher. A campaigner for childhood with the Open EYE Campaign, His books include "Therapy Beyond Modernity" and "Against and For CBT".
Dr. Richard House has been practicing medicine for more than 40 years, first as a traditional medical doctor and then, for the past 20 years, as an acupuncturist utilizing the chakras for energetic healing. His travels have taken him around the world three times and to most of the United States for meditative and higher dimensional work. He lives in North Carolina on an organic farm with his family and enjoys beekeeping and animal husbandry. He holds a second degree black belt in taekwondo and is proficient with the longbow. Dr. House may be followed on Facebook and Twitter at @richardhousemd.
Join me and my guest - Cheryl King-Cotton Founder of House of Deliverance for Battered Women
The mission: to break the cycle of Domestic Violence by providing resources and life changing programs to those women and their children who are victimize by domestic violence.
Cheryl’s Powerful Story - “When did I start Living?” The answer to that question is, I was always living but it was in a domestic violence situation for 17 years. Everyone thought my marriage was perfect.
It was not until I told myself that I had enough of this and there had to be a better life for me and my children. When I made that decision, that first step was probably the hardest decision I ever had to make.
I opened up to my pastors, family members and other organizations that supported me. One day in 1997, after carefully planning my getaway, I moved my kids and myself to another state to start my new life.
I am truly a living testimony of someone taking back their life. And out of appreciation from what was given to me, I plan to assist other women that are currently in the same situation I was in. Once you realize that you are not alone, your journey will be a little easier to travel.
Cheryl's information - http://www.hodshelter.org/, https://www.linkedin.com/pub/cheryl-king-cotton/68/4b5/904 (661) 363-9868 firstname.lastname@example.org P.O. Box 901667 Palmdale, CA 93590-1667
Conference Information http://shoutout.wix.com/so/fKphrUBj#/main
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Justin de Jacobis -- Born at San Fele, Italy. At 18 he was ordained. After helping found a Vincentian house at Monopoly, he served as superior at Lecce and in 1839 was sent as the first prefect and vicar apostolic to the new Catholic mission at Adua, Ethiopia. His efforts to evangelize met with great opposition., but in 1841 he was included in a delegation of Ethiopian prelates to Cairo to request the Coptic patriarch of Alexandria to appoint one of his monks Abuna (patriarch) of the Ethiopian church. In Cairo, the patriarch denounced the presence of Father de Jacobis on the delegation and intrigued to a point one Salama as Abuna. Some of the delegation then accompanied Father de Jacobis to meet the Pope in Rome. On his return, Father de Jacobis founded a college and seminary at Guala, and in 1846 a vicariate apostolic of the Galla was established, with William Massaia as its first bishop. These developments caused Salama to launch an anti-Catholic campaign. The college was closed, Catholicism was proscribed, and bishop Massaia was forced to return to Aidan. In 1848, he secretly consecrated Father de Jacobis, now a fugitive, bishop at Massawa, with authority to administer the sacraments in the Ethiopian rite. By 1853, the new bishop had ordained some twenty Ethiopians, was ministering to 5000 Catholics, and was able to reopen the college. In 1860, Kedaref Kassa became king as Theodore II and in return for the backing he had received from Abuna Salama, launched a persecution of the Catholics. Bishop de Jacobis was arrested and improsoned. After release he managed to find his way to Halai in southern Eritrea. He spent the rest of his life in missionary work along the Red Sea coast and died in the valley of Alghedien.