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Hey -- here we come with another episode of The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana!
Our first guest is Ahmed Hassan, host of Yard Crashers on the DIY Network. He's an all-around outdoorsy type of guy, with over 20 years experience in ornamental horticulture and irrigation. We can't wait to learn more about the man behind the TV personality! In our Craftsmanship segment, inventor Ryan Rusnak calls in to tell us all about his BeerBot app. With this device you can pick your favorite beer via phone, and have it shot directly at you while you stay stationary on the couch. That's just genius. During our Man-Land segment we'll check in with cartoonist and writer K. Thor Jensen about his list of the worst movie remakes for the UGO website. This weekend both The Thing and Footloose were released... again. Let's get Down and Dirty!
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his thoughts on the trade the Yankees made with the Marlins last week that sent Martin Prado and David Phelps to Miami for Garrett Jones, Nathan Eovaldi, and a minor league pitcher (Domingo German). Should this prevent New York from going after Max Scherzer and who plays second base on opening day?
At 9:05 PM ET, Ricky will be joined by Robert Pimpsner, the founder of Pinstriped Prospects. Ricky and Rob will discuss the Yankees' strategy going forward, who the favorite should be to play 2B in 2015, some under-the-radar prospects in the system, which prospect could make a spalsh in 2015 for the Bronx Bombers, and which positions are at a strength in the New York farm system?
Then, at 9:35 PM ET, former Yankees' outfielder Billy Sample will make his second appearance on the show to talk Prado deal, what differences does he see in the game today, what he looks for from New York in 2015, and we will also discuss his movie, Reunion 108, which is a great holiday gift for all baseball fans.
For all of the nonsense that goes around this time of year regarding "Merry Christmas," "Happy Holidays," "Festivus for the Rest of Us," "Happy Hannukah," and all the others - does one wish one a "Killer Kwanza," or is it something else? - Most of it is surface gloss and irrelevant. What really matters is precisely what one does to celebrate their holiday of choice. I'd rather hear "Happy Holidays" that watch Grandma and Aunt Sue duke it out in a snow covered yard over who that box of wine really belongs to - to site just one example. How do we celebrate the holidays in a way that spiritually meaningful without getting trapped in the materialism and performance based approval systems that have permanently ruined the holidays for so many?
Equally important is the issue of those for whom the holidays bring more pain than joy. If we are one of those people, how can we move toward healing? If we know one of those people, how might we help them be more comfortable if they decide to attend our holiday event? We'll look at these issues and more today on Interspritual Insights.
On this episode of the Editors' Desk brought to you by KNODA.com, co-editors Billy Brost and Jason Evans recap the week in baseball and with the Yankees. What are their thoughts on the deal that sent Martin Prado and David Phelps to Miami for Nathan Eovaldi, Garrett Jones, and a pitching prospect? Does this effect their plans for Max Scherzer? Plus, what about Alex Rodriguez?
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Join the Elements as we discuss the power of intention and manifestation with special guest Darrin Henson who stared the hit television series Soul Food and movies The Express and Stomp the Yard.
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Grab your crystal ball, we're looking into the future to share what will be hot as 2015 DIY trends.
So, we've been hearing some mainstream news sources talk about what's going to be hot as 2015 trends, and we're skeptical. If the mason jar and pallet obsession hasn't faded by now, will there be something to knock those longtime favorites off the top spot of choice DIY fixations? What will take the top spots as the 2015 DIY trends?
We're dishing with some of our favorite experts about what they think will be the top 2015 DIY trends. Guests include DIY Network's "I Hate My Yard" host and landscaping expert Sara Bendrick and color expert Kate Smith from Sensational Color.
Sara Bendrick is a landscape designer who started as a DIYer by sewing clothes for her dolls and creating a worm farm. She's the host of DIY Network's "I Hate My Yard,' and has a degree in Landscape Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
"I feel very fortunate to have a career that can combine artistic expression & environmental awareness with purpose & function," Sara Bendrick.
Kate Smith is a well-recognized expert sought out for her unmatched ability to show her clients how to use color to gain recognition and generate revenue. She is the Chief Color Maven at Sensational Color, a company that provides color knowledge and know-how to corporations in the home industry. Kate is an inspirational keynote speaker and seminar leader, blending color theory and psychology into entertaining and informative talks that bring color to life.
"Long before my desk was covered with Pantone decks and paint chips, my desire to put colors together was satisfied by a big box of still-in-the-wrapper Crayola factory-perfect crayons," Kate Smith
On this special edition of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler will be interviewing Yankees' pitching prospect, Ian Clarkin. Clarkin was one of the team's first round picks in 2013 and just finished his first season of professional baseball, making it up to high-A Tampa. What did Clarkin learn in his first season? What was the draft experience like for him? Find out all those answers and more during our LIVE Interview!
Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte along with special gueat Chris Humphrey of Kent State.
• Made a catch in 22 straight games
2014 Senior Season
• Made 51 catches for 635 yards and five touchdowns
• 128 career receptions ranks fifth at Kent State
• Scored his fourth touchdown of the year and matched his career-high of nine catches versus Akron
• Career-highs of 132 receiving yards and two touchdown catches at Bowling Green
• Moved into 8th place in career receptions at Kent State with 106.
• Started all 11 games
2013 Junior Season
• Led the team in catches (51), the ninth most among Kent State's single season leaders
• Led the Flashes in receiving yards (613), the most yards by a Kent State player since 2010
• Earned Academic All-MAC Honorable Mention
• Team high seven catches for 73 yards against Buffalo
• Career high nine catches for a career high 106 yards including his third touchdown of the year at Ball State
• Led the team with five catches for 47 yards at Penn State, marking the third time in four games with at least four catches
• Led the team with 84 yards receiving on four catches including a 42-yard touchdown catch, his second touchdown in as many games against Bowling Green
• Gained a career-high 88 yards receiving on six catches and caught his first career touchdown pass in Kent State's 17-10 victory over Liberty
• Totaled 74 yards on kick returns
Christmas- A time for all the bows anf trims, eggnog, and toys and Caroling and things, but what it really means exceeds the beauty that all eye can see. It's that time of year again. December has come and with it all the joys of Christmas. But what is the real meaning of Christmas? Is it the gifts under the tree, the lights in the windows, the cards in the mail, turkey dinners with family and friends, snow in the yard, stockings hanging in the living room, and shouts of "Merry Christmas" to those who pass us in the streets? Is this really Christmas?
Come join us tonight and tell us what Christmas means to you! I'll tell you what it means to me while I decorate my tree ;-)...
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