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A survey that started as a student project at Stanford University has become a popular dating and relationship tool on campuses across the country. Its goal is to delve deeper than the superficial information found on a typical dating-app profile, connecting people based on deeply held values rather than looks or sports teams. Most apps, says Liam MacGregor, who created the Marriage Pact with a fellow-student, “were designed to solve really specific problems … if you want a short-term relationship. But because they're the only tools out there, people have tried to use them to solve these other problems.” The Marriage Pact “set out to solve this very specific problem at the beginning: If you need a backup plan for a 50-year-long relationship, who's right for that?” Would you put an elderly relative in a nursing home? Do you keep people as friends because they might be useful to you later? Would you keep a gun in the house? More than 250,000 students across more than 75 campuses have taken the survey. The Radio Hour's producer KalaLea talked to students at Princeton University, where the survey was being conducted, to find out what it was all about. Plus, perched high above the ice at Madison Square Garden, the organist Ray Castoldi has conducted the soundtrack of Rangers games and more for thirty years.
Dead Heads Alex and Dave discuss the Grateful Dead's unique, jazzy, Branford Marsalis-assisted show at MSG on September 10, 1991. This show was the third time Marsalis performed with the Dead, and the first time he sat in for the entire concert. It's also our first episode discussing a concert with Bruce Hornsby on the keys. If you like 90s Dead, you will LOVE this show. Get on the bus with Workingman's Pod!Links:Grateful Seconds on this show - http://www.gratefulseconds.com/2017/07/september-10-1991-with-branford-best.html
Det här är berättelsen om en av världens största stjärnor, om livet på toppen och att ändå inte känna sig lycklig. Det är Thanksgiving år 1974 i den stora konsertarenan Madison Square Garden i New York. Sen över en och en halv timme har en man oroligt cirkulerat backstage. Han har beiga platåskor, mörkblå utsvängda byxor och en svart kavaj. Och snart är det hans tur att ge sig upp på scenen. Han har precis kräkts av nervositet. Svetten pärlas i pannan och ringlar sig ner i de klassiska 70-talspolisongerna. Paniken kryper längs med ryggraden. Mannen heter John Lennon.För tio år sedan var det här hans vardag. Kväll efter kväll ställde han sig på scen framför tusentals skrikande fans med sitt band The Beatles, utan minsta tvekan. Men mycket har hänt sen dess. Just ikväll spelar den extravaganta popartisten Elton John inför 20 000 jublande fans. Ingen i publiken vet om det, men John har lovat honom att han ska spela några låtar. Samtidigt som Elton röjer loss uppe på scenen, peppas John av medarbetare backstage. Men hans rädsla för att publiken varken vill se eller höra honom, gör att han nästan kräks igen. När Elton John börjar sin presentation, sveper ett infall över John att bara dra.Men när han hör sitt namn kickar de gamla Beatles-reflexerna in. Strålkastarna lyser upp hans axellånga hår och reflekteras i hans klassiska runda små Lennon-brillor när han kliver ut på scenen. Men vad John inte vet är att det här är den sista gången som han står på scen.P3 Musikdokumentär om John Lennon handlar om en vilsen mans jakt efter kärlek. Det handlar om odödlig musik, skrikande fans och om hur han blev förespråkare för världsfred. John Lennon blev fyrtio år gammal och kanske lyckades han hitta ro precis innan han blev skjuten till döds 1980.Medverkande: Viktor Norén, Sven Hallberg, Michelle Ryberg.En dokumentär av Karin Valtonen Knutsson. Producent: Hanna Frelin och Joanna Korbutiak. Exekutiv producent: Anna Johannessen. Tekniker: Fredrik Nilsson. Programmet är gjort våren 2022 och görs av Tredje Statsmakten Media.Som stor källa för det här avsnittet har vi använt oss av boken John Lennon: The Life av Philip Norman och John av Cynthia Lennon.Ljudklipp i dokumentären kommer från Sveriges Radio (1980), John Lennon & Elton John LIVE - Whatever Gets You Thru the Night (1974), Rolling Stone (december 1980 och 1970), RKO Radio med Dave Sholin (December 1980), videon The Beatles funny interviews (Youtubekonto: Apple Scruff), BBC TV Concert: It's The Beatles´ Live (1963), CBS News New York A taste of Beatlemania in the 1960s (2014, dokumentärfilmen The Beatles: The First US Visit (1991), The Ed Sullivan show, CBS (1964), videon Beatles member John Lennon and new wife Yoko Ono stage a bed-in in Amsterdam (Youtubekonto: Iconic), The Dick Cavett Show, ABC (21/9 1971 och 11/5 1972), Lennons hemmavideo Little Sean singing his favourite Beatles-song to John (Youtubekonto: TheBeatlesStine), ABC News (1980) och CNN (1980).
On this week's episode, Jeremiah and Quinton review two matches. The first match is from 3-30-1986. It's a UWF Tag Team Title match. The champions The Sheepherders w/Jack Victory vs The Fantastics. It's from Tulsa Convention Center in Tulsa, OK. The second match is from 9-22-1984. Kamala w/Friday vs Pat Patterson. It's from Madison Square Garden in New York City, NY. Thanks for listening and God Bless.
Legendary Hall of Fame Promoter Bob breaks down the June 18, 2022 fight between world champions Artur Beterbiev and Joe Smith that takes place at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden and Live on ESPN @the_real_bob_arum @toprank @arturbeterbiev @joesmithjr631 @hulutheatermsg @espnringside #Boxing @worldboxingorg wbcboxing @ibfboxing #beterbievsmithjr --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-abrams7/support
WBO Light Heavyweight champion Joe Smith Jr. talks about his unification bout with unified champion Arttur Beterbiev that takes place on June 18th at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden and Live on ESPN @joesmithjr631 @toprank @starboxing @hulutheatermsg @espnringside #BeterbievSmith #Boxing #Unification #longisland --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-abrams7/support
Undefeated featherweight Bruce Carringtom talks about his first three bouts and his June 18, 2022 fight with Adrian Leyva at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden and ESPN+ @bruce_carrington @toprank @hulutheatermsg @espnringside #Undefeated #featherweight #brooklyn #NewYork --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-abrams7/support
Undefeated featherweight Abraham Nova talks about his fight with Robeisy Ramirez on Saturday, June 18, 2022 at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden and Live on ESPN @abrahamnova22 @splittboxing @toprank @hulutheatermsg @espnringside #Boxing #ramireznova #Undefeated #Bantamweight #albany #newyork --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-abrams7/support
Former Modern Family star Eric Stonestreet is Kansas City through and through. Born and raised in KCK, graduated from Piper High School…he made a name for himself in show business, but never forgot where he came from. He tirelessly supports our sports teams, so much so that he's invested in the Royals. He's bought land here to say rooted in the city. AND he's a big part of what has become a huge part of our city, the Big Slick Celebrity Weekend to benefit Children's Mercy Hospital…and he'll be coming home for that June 24-25!! We FINALLY got to talk to Eric for the first time on the show this morning, and he just might be our new best friend!! PLUS… Sebastian Maniscalco is, without a doubt, one of the hardest working stand-up comedians on the road today…releasing numerous Comedy Central, Showtime and Netflix specials…and all of that hard work has paid off as he's become one of the hottest tickets on the road today, having sold out 4 NIGHTS at Madison Square Garden!!! And with TWO big shows coming up on June 26th at the Midland Theater, we got a chance to talk to Sebastian this morning!!
Sebastian Maniscalco is, without a doubt, one of the hardest working stand-up comedians on the road today…releasing numerous Comedy Central, Showtime and Netflix specials…and all of that hard work has paid off as he's become one of the hottest tickets on the road today, having sold out 4 NIGHTS at Madison Square Garden!!! And with TWO big shows coming up on June 26th at the Midland Theater, we got a chance to talk to Sebastian this morning!!
Boxer Floyd "Cashflow" Diaz and is father Mike Diaz joins us again and talk about his recent KO win and his upcoming fight in Madison Square Garden in New York City. We went in depth into the boxing world. Follow Floyd Diaz on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/floyd_cashflow_diaz/
For the 150th Episode of the show we have the fabulous April March! In a former life April March must have been a rockier fairy than Tinker Bell and like a cat, she has already had several lives. An animator trained by Disney, she has animated for Pee-wee Herman, Ren & Stimpy, Madonna, worked on Archie Comics, assisted Spiderman creator Steve Ditko and even assisted the legendary Harry Smith who occasionally brought Allen Ginsberg in tow to mentor her. She entered the NYC music scene with her garage girl-group The Pussywillows, which Ronnie Spector of The Ronettes, promptly hired to record and perform with her. A year into her music career, she landed on stage with Ronnie Spector at a completely sold out Madison Square Garden. Over a large plate of chicken back stage, Bo Diddley said to her, “Welcome to Rock and Roll.” Next she joined The Shitbirds and The Haves, finally settling into the driver's seat as April March. A Francophile from a tender age, she re-introduced an international audience to the French pop heritage of Gainsbourg, Françoise Hardy, Dani, Gillian Hills and many others. She cut her teeth in self production on a slew of popular to very obscure covers and adaptations of songs the French themselves had forgotten. Quentin Tarantino plucked “Chick Habit,” her adaptation of Gainsbourg's “Laisse Tomber Les Filles,” to feature in his film “Death Proof.” She recorded “Chick Habit” with the help of Andy Paley who introduced her to Brian Wilson. This began a nice stretch of recording on and off with Brian for the next couple of years subsequently giving her a priceless education in both arrangement and production. So when Alexander Payne couldn't reach Brigitte Bardot on the phone he hired April instead to write and produce her own Bardotesque song for his film “Election.” Next she met the modern day French Phil Spector — Bertrand Burgalat (just as talented, but a lot less dangerous). She made two albums with Burgalat, the first of which “Chrominance Decoder,” was chosen as one of the top ten albums of the year by The New Yorker and in the top 100 of all time by the seminal French magazine Rock et Folk. Burgalat introduced her to the great Aquaserge which led to an album and two films directed by Marie Losier landing her performances at The Centre Pompidou, MOMA and PS1. And so at this point in time, April March has recorded with Ronnie Spector, Brian Wilson, Jonathan Richman, R.L. Burnside, Andy Paley, Bertand Burgalat, Tony Allen, Yo La Tengo, LL Cool J, Alain Chamfort, Darlene Love, The Dust Brothers, Laetitia Sadier (Stereolab), Maya Rudolph, Sean OHagan, and Aquaserge. After such a list of credits, certain artists would have rested on their laurels to the strains of “The Afternoon of a Faun,” but this Franco-American ringleader is a horse of a different color, preferring to go forward rather than look over her shoulder, which brings us to the latest. She has just been cast alongside Gerard Depardieu and Vanessa Paradis in a feature film. After having published a children's book with Jack White called “We Are Going To Be Friends,” she's recorded an E.P. with Olivia Jean in his private studio which he released March 5th with a Video following on March 17th on Third Man Records. She's releasing a new album with the amazing Fugu featuring Tony Allen of Fela and Gorillaz as well as Marilyn Wilson of The Beach Boys and American Spring on July 17th with Record Store Day. The cherry on top? It's another new album with the dazzling duo Staplin who, according to Radio France,“compose with talent music where pop sunshine melodies of the sixties dance on trip hop beats, psyche rock rubs shoulders with cosmic flights of evanescent synths, and repetitive orchestral music stretches to festive groove storms.” Olè !Make it stand out.
Joined today by Irish boxing phenom, Kieran Molloy. Kieran and I talk about his first visit to New York City, what he wants to see and of course what he wants to eat. We chat about why he signed with Top Rank and the Conlan brothers, the recruitment process and why he knew it was time to turn pro. Kieran reminisces about starting to box at the age of 5 years old, what fighters he looked up to, and why he thinks Americans are gonna love his southpaw knockout style. He shares about fighting at Madison Square Garden, linking up with Angel Fernandez, and if he feels the pressure of being such a highly touted Top Rank prospect. Kieran shares why I need to visit Galway, what bars to go to and how he's in the process of getting some merch!! Follow the phenom Kieran Molloy here and check out his fight Saturday June 18!! Twitter: https://twitter.com/kieranmolloy8
On this week's Ball & Chain, Rebecca and Steve talk about Rebecca's new documentary "Dream On" about the 1996 Olympic Basketball Team. Rebecca talks about paying 9 dollars for a coffee in Washington D.C. While Steve gets nostalgic after a recent run-in with Madison Square Garden security. All that plus Viewer Mail on the 213th edition of the Ball & Chain Podcast.
Skinny and JW get together with fellow podcaster and friend Brian Weinstein of Attendance Bias to relive the April New Years Eve run from Madison Square Garden! From the undersea escapade to the structure of the sets, the fellas cover each night and highlight their favorite (and less favorite) moments from New York. Thanks Brian! Always a great time to collaborate!
Episode 29 of Inside the Musician's Brain features rising musical star Madison Cunningham. Madison has quickly been making a name for herself as an exceptional singer, songwriter and guitar player. She takes us through her unique introduction to music at an early age, her influences, her process, and how she dealt with the untimely shut down of 2020. Now Madison is back with a vengeance, and her second album, Revealer, is on the way this fall. She breaks down the inspiration behind this new record, as well as her experience opening for Harry Styles at Madison Square Garden. Madison Cunningham is an important name to watch in the coming years.Distributed by Osiris Media See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Hello everyone, and welcome to Attendance Bias! I am your host, Brian Weinstein. Before anything, I want to begin today's episode with a message of gratitude. A few weeks ago, I put out two requests to you, the attendance bias audience. First, I had to swallow my pride and ask for monetary donations. Attendance Bias, or any podcast, is not free to produce. It does take quite a bit of money to produce each episode on a weekly basis, and I'm happy to cover it, as long as I can. After all, as the listener, you pay for it. Not with money, but with your time and attention. And those are the most important commodities we have, so I am truly grateful to every one of you. If you would still like to donate to keep the lights on at Attendance Bias, you can go to www.buymeacoffee.com/attendancebias and contribute anything you can. Every penny will go to the operating costs of the podcast.Now if you've listened to every episode of this podcast, you've heard me introduce myself and the episode literally 99 times. That is because today is a special episode. It marks 100 episodes of Attendance Bias, and I cannot believe it. From the day I had the idea of beginning a podcast about Phish and their fans, it took me nearly three months to put one episode together. Now, two years later, we are at the 100th episode of Attendance Bias.For Phish fans, 100 shows is a sort of milestone. In one sense, it's pointless gatekeeping, as a person's first, ninth, 57th or 90th show could be just as meaningful as their 100th. But as a culture, we celebrate anniversaries and round numbers, for whatever reason. A couple's 10 year wedding anniversary. A baseball player's 20th season. 40 years since a classic album came out, and so on. For Phish fans who are obsessed with statistics, happenstance, coincidence, and and date numerology, 100 shows takes on a significance that could mean everything and nothing at the same time.I fell victim to this, for sure. When Phish announced their 2016 holiday run at Madison Square Garden, I took a look at my stats and realized that my 100th show would be on the same date, at the same venue as my first: it would be on December 29, 2016, exactly 19 years after my first show on December 29, 1997. What did this mean? Double rainbow? It meant that that the Phish gods somehow conspired to make this incredible coincidence…or it just meant that I've lived in the NYC area for virtually my entire life and it was only a matter of time? Either way, I was so jazzed about it that I began to write a blog called Phish100. In it, I detailed every Phish show I'd seen, leading up to my 100th. In many ways, it was a precursor to Attendance Bias. The biggest difference, though, was that Phish100 was entirely about my experience at Phish. Attendance Bias is about the guest's experience at his or her special show. So how does this 100 show threshold translate to a podcast? The fetish for round numbers holds tight in this case, but again, Attendance Bias isn't really about me–it's about the audience. So for today's celebration of 100 episodes of Attendance Bias, I wanted to split the stories. For the first half of today's episode, I'll review my 100th show on December 29, 2016 and then for the second half, I'll hand it over to the Attendance Bias listeners. So many of you reached out to tell your stories about your 100th Phish show, and I'm thrilled to share them. But first, let's start with Phish at MSG on December 29 2016 at Madison Square Garden.
Unbeaten super middleweight Edgar “The Chosen One” Berlanga (20-0, 16 KOs) outpointed two-time title challenger Alexis Angulo (27-3, 23 KOs) over ten rounds on Saturday night before 4,357 at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City. A bipartisan group of 20 senators struck a deal Sunday on gun control legislation, including strengthening background checks and boosting red flag laws—a major breakthrough following weeks of negotiations in the wake of two deadly shootings in Texas and New York. That's NOT Christian is a podcast by four urban believers who discuss current events and push the envelope on traditional religious subjects with a touch of humor. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK28NsuYn0pHdti2qMNp10w/join ►Merch Store: https://thatsnotchristian.com ►Donate: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/thats... ►Listen to That's NOT Christian Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3tGrB3G... Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... ► Telegram: https://t.me/thatsnotchristian ► Music by Ryan Little SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/2MmjRru ►Follow the Squad ANT: https://www.instagram.com/aptop25/ JAY: https://www.instagram.com/jayacosta/ JIMMY: https://www.instagram.com/jaeisla/ SWITCH: https://www.instagram.com/switch_in_h... ►Podcast Equipment Canon M50: https://amzn.to/2NP7s3G Logitech C920: https://amzn.to/36odZJ9 Samson Q2U: https://amzn.to/3tcv2aW Ring Light: https://amzn.to/3tbxApJ Light Stand: https://amzn.to/2NKbg69 Smart Lights: https://amzn.to/3aeU5kW Gaming Chair: https://amzn.to/36nnFn0 DISCLAIMER: This video and description may contain affiliate links which allow us to receive a small commission when you click on a product links. This helps support the podcast and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! #thatsnotchristian #gunreform #Berlanga --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thatsnotchristian/message
Tuesday, June 14Take Notice: Amplifying Black StoriesSeason 2, Episode 18: N'KengeIn this episode we talk with Grammy and Emmy-nominated artist, singer, producer, and creator, N'Kenge. Hear about N'Kenge's climb to success from growing up in New York to working in her mother's business while performing on the road to blossoming as a performer while attending graduate school at Julliard. We also discuss a bit about opera, music business, and stereotypes she encountered in casting while auditioning for parts. N'Kenge has performed as a soloist at world-renowned illustrious performance venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, Madison Square Garden and has headlined Pop and Opera concerts with Seattle Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, and Cleveland Orchestra, to name a few.A proud alumni of both The Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music, N'Kenge made her Broadway debut in Sondheim on Sondheim and most recently was on Broadway in the revival of Caroline, or Change. This energetic, well-rounded singer has performed with jazz greats like Ornette Coleman and Wynton Marsalis and was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of the leading roles in both the Elton John/Tim Rice Musical Aida and in Marion Caffey's 3 Mo' Divas by the Helen Hayes Awards and the Arizoni Theater Awards.In addition to her performances, N'Kenge is also a producer and is currently developing a Broadway-bound musical celebrating Dorothy Dandridge's life and music. She is also developing a new TV musical dramedy, Black Butterfly, with TV producer Gina Goff.Mentioned:N'Kenge Website TwitterInstagram FacebookTake Notice WebsiteTake Notice InstagramTake Notice Facebook
You may remember Kelly Bensimon - her striking beauty, remarkable fashion, and feuds with castmates - from her days on Real Housewives of New York. What you may not know about her, however, is how hard she has worked to rediscover herself after divorce, and all the ways she is thriving as a single mom to her two daughters, Sea and Teddy. "I'm not just a single parent on weekends," Kelly shares. "I'm a 24/7, 365 days a year single-parent," she says, and it's a role she owns and loves. Now a successful real estate agent in New York City, Kelly shares all of her tips, tricks, and truths regarding single motherhood, and you'll be so glad you got to know Kelly in this light. Kelly Killoren Bensimon is an American Lifestyle Icon. The New York Times counts her as one of the "most fabulous tastemakers,” but millions know her as a noted author, model, tv personality, influential editor, and now, real estate phenom. Kelly has made a successful career of editing fashion, style & lifestyle publications with her own insights gathered from years in the fashion, entertainment, and real estate industry. Known for her refreshingly modern sensibility, Kelly translates trends & contemporary culture for the public with her unique take; one that is fresh, playful, and always accessible. In 2009, Kelly hit the reality streets running as a cast member of Bravo's The Real Housewives of New York City for three seasons, introducing her world to a national tv audience. In recent years, Kelly's passion for luxury real estate has led to a well-publicized career turn with takes at Warburg Realty and now as a leading realtor with Douglas Elliman, where she has sold over $100 million in luxury properties in 2021 alone. Her expertise and access have led to exclusive listings in NYC, the Hamptons, South Florida, Aspen, St. Barth, and now, London and Paris. Her impressive ascent in the real estate world earned her a 2022 Ellie Award for Rookie of the Year from Douglas Elliman for excellence in the field. Kelly provides an insiders take on where to find the best shopping, dining, drinking, and entertaining in the most exclusive neighborhoods around the globe. As a result, Kelly has appeared on Bravo's hit show Million Dollar Listing and the new Discovery+ popular series, Selling the Hamptons. She is also currently at work on a new coffee table book that combines two of her passions, fashion and luxury real estate. In spite of her busy schedule, philanthropy has always been paramount to Kelly's DNA. She is the celebrity ambassador for Generosity Water, and also sits on the Directors Council for Food Bank for NYC. She is proud to support the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and a portion of the proceeds for her book, American Style (2004) were directed to support the Costume Institute. She is also an advocate for Madison Square Garden's Garden of Dreams, and Animal Haven, a nonprofit organization finding homes for abandoned pets in the tri-state area. To get an extra $100 when you sell your engagement ring to Worthy by going to https://worthy.com/moms Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andrew Marotta whips up a perfect blend of leadership, sports, and storytelling in the 4th book of his Surviving & Thriving series which also features The Partnership, The School Leader, & The Principal. The author does a masterful job of blending his passions through twenty years of experience in these areas. You will laugh, cry and have your emotions moved through the powerful, true stories within the book. In this gripping episode, Mr. Marotta reminisces about his memorable first game at Madison Square Garden, the warm greetings he received from the Notre Dame staff, and how he implemented some Fighting Irish culture at his school. Andrew also discusses being the leader everyone wants to work and he delivers a passionate rant about always believing in yourself. Join our private community Patreon.com/crownrefs --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crown-refs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crown-refs/support
2022-06-12 Die Rangers wehren sich bis zum Schluss, aber Tampa Bay zieht letztlich verdient im dritten Jahr hintereinander ins Finale der National Hockey League ein. Der Traum vom Three-Peat lebt. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher
The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the New York Rangers in Madison Square Garden to take a 3-2 series lead and potentially wrap the Stanley Cup East Finals up at the Amalie Arena. The Boston Celtics host the Golden State Warriors once again on Friday night to try to even up the NBA Finals before heading back to California. The North Carolina Tar Heels were must-see tv during the March Madness tournament, picking up more viewers than the NBA Finals. The Oklahoma Sooners beat the Texas Longhorns to become back to back softball world series champions. LeBron James wants to buy an NBA team and have the team in Las Vegas, even though NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has said there are no plans to have a Las Vegas NBA team. New Orleans Pelicans forward Zion Williamson is eligible for a contract extension and Vice President David Griffin wants to offer Zion a max contract. Gregg Williams, known for Bountygate and his odd goatee, is returning to coaching by joining the XFL. Colorado Avalanche star Nazem Kadri is healing up as quickly as possible to take on either the Tampa Bay Lightning or the New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup Finals. Linktree.com/LockedOnNBA Linktree.com/LockedOnNFL Linktree.com/LockedOnMLB Linktree.com/LockedOnNHL Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Henry Lake is back in the host chair talking about a Minnesotan stretching his Jeopardy! winning streak to four games and his favorite game shows. We also discuss an ugly incident at Madison Square Garden last night after the Rangers/Lightning game. Plus, Jeff Maday joins from Canterbury Park to preview the Belmont Stakes and we discuss why Luis Arraez is the newest Twin that fans have fallen in love with.
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio are both off today so we have Jerry & Sal. They open with talk about last night's Rangers 3-1 loss at MSG. Rangers are now down in the series 3-2 and play in Tampa tomorrow night. Sal ran into Daniel Murphy at the Rangers game. Jerry is hosting today so C-Lo has the updates. He starts, of course, with the Rangers' loss to the Lightning last night at MSG. He has play by play from the Lightning broadcaster that we all dislike. C-Lo is all fired up from the loss. We have sound from Gerard Gallant. The Yankees came back to beat the Twins. Hicks had a HR to tie the game. Gallo had 2 HR's. In the final segment of the hour, we took calls from frustrated Rangers fans. Hour 2: The 7am hour starts with Sal saying he doesn't want to watch the Rangers game tomorrow night. They also talked about Gerrit Cole's terrible performance last night against the Twins. He gave up 5 HR's, including the first 3 batters he faced. C-Lo returns for an update and starts with the Rangers loss against the Lightning last night. Gerrit Cole gave up 5 HR's early to the Twins last night, but the Yanks were able to come back. A caller gets into it with C-Lo about the Rangers. In the final segment of the hour, Sal tells us he is no longer in shape to play softball. We also talk about the viral video from MSG where a Ranger fan knocks out a Lightning fan. Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with a discussion about UFO's and Michio Kaku appearing on the Joe Rogan podcast. C-Lo returns for another update and starts with sound from last night's Rangers loss from the Lightning Radio Network. The Yankees beat the Twins even though Gerrit Cole gave up 3 straight homers in the first inning and 5 total. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry hosts a gameshow between Sal & C-Lo. How Well Do You Know Your Co-Workers? Hour 4: The 9am hour starts with a guest. Boomer! He wants to talk about the Rangers' game from last night. C-Lo returns for the final update of the week. He starts with play by play from last night's Rangers' loss to the Lightning. The Yankees beat the Twins despite Gerrit Cole giving up 5 HR's, 3 of them in a row to start the bottom of the first. In the final segment of the week, callers chime in about rough play in the Rangers game, ESPN coverage of it and Aaron Boone's moves.
Harris Rubenstein recaps the night in sports with the Lightning topping the Rangers in Madison Square Garden to take a 3-2 series lead in the Eastern Conference Final and the Oklahoma Sooners winning the Women's College World Series behind a dominant performance by Jocelyn Alo. He covers the news of the day with a questionable managerial decision by Tony LaRussa that came back to bite the White Sox, LeBron James saying he wants to own an NBA franchise in Las Vegas, and the PGA Tour suspending 17 golfers including Phil Mickelson for playing in the LIV golf tournament in London. Finally, he looks ahead to tonight's Game 4 of the NBA Finals as the Warriors look to even things up in Boston against the Celtics, as well as a busy slate in the WNBA.Follow Harris on Twitter @sportstein, and join along with Buzzer Beats @buzzerbeats, and Buzzer @buzzer.Produced by Jared Moore (@MrJaredMoore) & Brian Roytman (@roytsounds).Music by Royt (@roytsounds).Presented by Buzzer. Download Buzzer wherever you get your apps. Follow your favorite players and teams. We'll send you notifications when the game gets exciting so you can tune in and never miss a moment.
Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the US Darts Masters. First, the newly crowned World Seniors Masters champion David Cameron (16:22) calls in to reflect on a whirlwind last fortnight, winning the title at Lakeside, as well as competing at Madison Square Garden over the weekend, and also looks back on more than 25+ years playing in Canada and beyond. Next, Denmark's Vladimir Andersen (44:58) joins us to look back on his career in the game so far, becoming the first player from Denmark to win a tour card at Q-School earlier this year, as well as look ahead to playing in the Nordic Darts Masters and PDC World Cup of Darts over the next couple of weeks. Also, PDC director and commentator Rod Harrington (1:08:02) stops by to give his thoughts on the latest goings on with the darts leader, as well as reveal his upcoming retirement as a director and the plans for his swanswong in the commentary box on the World Series this summer. *** Thank you to Dartwolf for sponsoring this podcast. Follow Dartwolf on Twitter @Dartwolf180 and check out dartwolf.tv for more #DynamiteDartsContent *** Sponsorship available! Want your business advertised on the show? Email email@example.com for more details and a free copy of our new sponsor brochure! *** Enjoy our podcast? Make a one-off donation on our new Ko-Fi page here: ko-fi.com/weeklydartscast Support us on Patreon from just $2(+VAT): patreon.com/WeeklyDartscast Thank you to our Patreon members: Phil Moss, Gordon Skinner, Jan Echtermann, Terence Harrison, Craig Weight, Connor Ellis
NHL Picks and Predictions for Thursday, June 9: Join Andrew McInnis, Carmine Bianco and Bryan Leonard for Thursday's edition of Puck Time. Home ice has held serve through the first four games of the Eastern Conference finals. Can Tampa Bay steal one at Madison Square Garden tonight? Join the Puck Time crew every week day as we discuss the NHL betting slate from a variety of handicapping angles.#NHL | #StanleyCup | #NHLPlayoffsThursday's featured NHL game:New York Rangers vs Tampa Bay Lightning (Game 5)
Your favorite hoops podcast is back this week bringing you a very highly anticipated guest! This basketball lifer is still in the trenches playing the game that he loves and we can't wait to connect with him! Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, the point guard factory, this tough guard started his high school basketball career while attending Canarsie High School! Being one of the lone standouts there, he was selected second team All-City in the PSAL by the New York Post! Coming off a great season, this outstanding hooper took his talents across the boro of Brooklyn and finished out his senior season playing for Tiny Morton at Lincoln High School where he would be an important piece to a championship team! Joining a team with Sebastian Telfair and Antonio Peña, he was the third piece to the puzzle in conquering that coveted championship at Madison Square Garden! Garnering a Division 1 scholarship to play in the tough Big East, this certified tough guard played 4 seasons at St. John's University where he was the consummate floor general and leader of that team! A starter for most of his collegiate career, this brother was able to parlay that into a 14 year international professional basketball career playing in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany, and now currently Russia! Tap in for Ep. 88 as we welcome 4x time Czech League champion and one of the best players to come out of NYC, Mr. Eugene ‘Geno' Lawrence! Great conversation ahead, don't miss it! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio open with excitement for tonight's Rangers game. We also talk about the Mets losing a series to the Padres. The Mets need to take 2-of-3 from the Angels since the Braves are playing well right now. Gio's wife is napping in Boomer's office. Gio & his wife are going away for the weekend for Gio's 40th birthday. The Yankees upcoming schedule gets tough after they play the Cubs at home. Jerry is here for his first update of the day, but first Boomer opens his new golf clubs and Gio gets a gift of wet walnuts. Jerry starts with audio from a press conference where the LIV Saudi golfers were asked if they would consider playing in other terrible countries. The Padres destroyed the Mets and they lost the series in San Diego. The Twins beat Nestor Cortes and the Yankees. The Celtics beat the Warriors in Boston last night. In the final segment of the hour, we talk to Justin Shackil, who will be filling in for John Sterling for some road games in the second half of the season. Hour 2: The 7am hour begins with talk about the Warriors complaining before the game that the rim was higher than 10 feet. They were right. All was good before tipoff. Gio thinks something fugazi was up. Steve in Atlanta calls and needs advice on how to make friends with new neighbors. Jerry returns for an update. The Mets got beat in San Diego and Chris Bassitt was not good. Pete Alonso & Starling Marte are both day to day. The Twins beat the Yankees and Stanton misplayed a ball in right field. Aaron Boone said it was a ‘time of night' problem. Celtics beat the Warriors in Boston and the fans were dropping F bombs. In the final segment of the hour, Rickie Ricardo calls in to talk about filling in for John Sterling later this season. Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with the Rams reaching a 3 year extension with Cooper Kupp. This coming after they gave Aaron Donald a nice raise. They also talked about Lamar Jackson's contract situation in Baltimore. Daniel Jones says he's going to go down sooner and not take as many hits this season. We also talked about Mekhi Becton and the Jets. Jerry returns for another update but first we talk about the Ohio State QB signing an NIL deal where he gets a G-Wagon. Jerry has music from Kadarius Toney. Saquon Barkley doesn't want people jumping on the bandwagon this year when he's good. The Padres beat the Mets in San Diego and took the series. A reporter asks Draymond Green if he's giving away secrets during his podcast. It does not go well for the reporter. In the final segment of the hour, Gio heads to catch a flight and Jerry takes over for him the rest of the show. We talk about tonight's Rangers/Lightning game. Hour 4: The 9am hour is Boomer & Jerry as Gio heads to Florida for his 40th Birthday weekend. Jerry has high hopes for Brian Daboll and the Giants this year. With Jerry filling in for Gio, Al Dukes jumps in to do the final update of the hour and deliver Moment of The Day. In the final segment of the show, we have some more news concerning the LIV Saudi golf tour. We have audio of Evan Roberts' Mets podcast where he bad mouths Rangers fans.
Nick Kypreos, Justin Bourne and Producer Sammy start things off looking ahead to a pivotal Game 5 at Madison Square Garden between the Rangers and Lightning. The guys shift their attention to Edmonton to weigh in on what's next for Evander Kane and Jay Woodcroft, and hear from Oilers' GM Ken Holland on today's Kyper's Clippers (06:33). Later on, MSG's Dave Maloney checks in ahead of Game 5 to discuss how Tampa Bay has handled Mika Zibanejad, Igor Shesterkin's workload, Ryan Strome's impact and Filip Chytil's potential (23:23). To wrap up today, the guys dive into the Maple Leafs' salary cap situation to determine what's on the horizon for Rasmus Sandin (41:07). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Screenwriter and producer Kimberly Soliman is on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by Brannon Hollingsworth. Kimberly shares her journey from the stage to the screen and from Alabama to New York and LA. She discusses hearing God's call, picking projects, and getting connected in Hollywood as a faith-based writer. Brannon also asks her about how she deals with rejection and brands herself. Kimberly Jade Soliman is a screenwriter living in Los Angeles. She is repped at APA and writes faith-based/family features and has a passion for stories about people with disabilities. She has written three faith-based features for hire and her scripts have won various awards. She was a Co-Writer on a grounded sci-fi feature, Tinker', starring Christian Kane and Clayne Crawford, which was on Netflix in 2019. She is currently writing a gritty faith-based short film, which is her favorite genre. She is originally from Birmingham, AL, and has a degree in Theatre from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Before moving to Los Angeles, Kimberly was an Equity Stage Manager in New York City and has worked at Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, and Lincoln Center. She also interned on such Broadway shows as Wicked, Phantom of the Opera, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Chicago, Les Misérables, Hairspray, and, The Producers, among others. This episode can also be found on YouTube. Show Notes The following resources were mentioned in the show or are useful resources recommended by the guests. Links might be marked as affiliates, meaning we earn a commission if you buy through the link. IMDB Pro - https://pro.imdb.com/signup/ Learn More About Our Guest You can follow this guest on several platforms, including: Kimberly's IMDB - https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1830447/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1Kimberly's IMDB Pro - https://pro.imdb.com/name/nm1830447/?ref_=tt_fm_prodrKimberly's LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberly-jade-soliman-b2186a33/ Credits Support this show and get access to exclusive content by donating at Patreon.com/CreativelyChristian. This show is produced by Theophany Media. The theme music is by Bill Brooks and Andrea Sandefur. Our logo is by Bill Brooks. This show is hosted by Brannon Hollingsworth, Andrea Sandefur, Dave Ebert, and Rachel Anna. Jake Doberenz produces. Follow Theophany Media and the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
I'm excited to have Dave Checketts with us as I have been following him now for quite some time. He's a husband, father of 6, a Christian and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, he recently returned from a mission for the church where he served as the President of the England, London Mission for 3 years. He started his professional career pretty young doing really big things and at 28, he was the President and GM of the Jazz, which was the youngest chief executive in NBA history. He then went on to be the president of the New York Knicks, and then the presidency of Madison Square Garden, and then went on to found SBCGlobal, a consulting and investment services firm for sports teams, and then he has also served as CEO of Legends Hospitality Management and on a number of boards. The Mormon Way of Doing Business 2:35How he was able to balance family, faith, and career 11:18Spending time with family instead of the team 19:00His crazy schedule 20:50Don't commute 30:34 Advice for someone with family and a busy career 35:10When his dog died and he had to choose between family and his job 39:37Being competitive 49:36Balancing his competitive nature with Christianity 58:17Expect a miracle 66:05Distinguishing your ego from God 74:40 “I just said, ‘I'm happy to do this. This will be a challenge because the company's a $4 billion entertainment company. I will do it, but I only have one request,' and then after we settled on all the other terms of the contract, I said ‘I'm not gonna be here on Sunday. I'm just not gonna be here. It's a family day, it's really important for me, it's a day to demonstrate my faith. I'm not gonna be here, and even if the Knicks are in game 7 of the world championship, the chances are I probably will not come.'” 9:46
This week Jonny Lazarus and Cody Frankel talk about everything that went wrong in Game 4 and the lineup they want to see in game 5, then John Brancy (16:16), the National Anthem singer for the New York Rangers, hops on the show to talk about how he got started in his singing career as well as performing the national anthem at Madison Square Garden for the Rangers.
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio react to last night's Rangers' loss to the Lightning. The series is now tied at 2-2 and will play Game 5 at MSG tomorrow night. Jerry is here for his first update of the morning and starts with the Rangers loss to the Lightning. Jerry plays some Lightning play by play and some sound from Gerard Gallant. The Mets lost to the Padres and both Pete Alonso and Starling Marte left with injuries. The Yankees beat the Twins with HR's by Judge, Stanton and Rizzo. In the final segment of the hour, we talk about the injuries to Pete Alonso & Starling Marte that happened last night in San Diego. We also took calls on the Rangers/Lightning game from last night. Hour 2: The 7am hour starts with the NY Times article about Deshaun Watson that has new details. Jerry returns for an update but first we talk about Jerry & Al's walk up song and then we play a bunch of country songs. The Rangers lost to the Lightning to even the series at 2-2. The Yankees beat the Twins with Homers by Judge, Stanton and Rizzo. The Mets lost to the Padres 7-0. Pete Alonso left the game after being hit by a pitch and Starling Marte left with quad tightness. In the final segment of the hour, we talk about some injuries the Rangers are dealing with. Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with talk of Boomer's sports minute on the Lombardi Trophy cake at the Sean McVay wedding. Gio says OBJ should not have crashed the wedding. He was not invited for a reason. We take some calls on the Rangers. We take a call from a 55 year old man in Maine who says his parents were swingers and he found out in fifth grade. He just recently confronted them about it. Jerry returns for another update and starts with audio from last night's Rangers loss in Tampa. The Mets lost in San Diego and Pete Alonso & Starling Marte suffered injuries. The Yankees beat the Twins with homers by Judge, Stanton and Rizzo. Aaron Rodgers isn't going anywhere according to him. Derek Fisher was fired by a WNBA team. In the final segment of the 8am hour, we talk about the incredible start to the Yankees season. We then turn our attention to Zach Wilson and his commitment to the Jets. Hour 4: The 9am hour starts with two more big name golfers joining the LIV Saudi golf tour. Jerry returns for an update and we start with audio from Phil Mickelson about the LIV Saudi golf tour. Pete Alonso was hit in the hand by a pitch and left last night's game in San Diego. In the final segment of the show, a caller wants to know if you can reverse a ‘touching the money' situation.
Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with talk of Boomer's sports minute on the Lombardi Trophy cake at the Sean McVay wedding. Gio says OBJ should not have crashed the wedding. He was not invited for a reason. We take some calls on the Rangers. We take a call from a 55 year old man in Maine who says his parents were swingers and he found out in fifth grade. He just recently confronted them about it. Jerry returns for another update and starts with audio from last night's Rangers loss in Tampa. The Mets lost in San Diego and Pete Alonso & Starling Marte suffered injuries. The Yankees beat the Twins with homers by Judge, Stanton and Rizzo. Aaron Rodgers isn't going anywhere according to him. Derek Fisher was fired by a WNBA team. In the final segment of the 8am hour, we talk about the incredible start to the Yankees season. We then turn our attention to Zach Wilson and his commitment to the Jets.
The Rangers are unable to match Tampa Bay's desperation in a disappointing 4-1 Game 4 loss to the Lightning. Why the tone was set as soon as Pat Maroon scored less than three minutes into the first period. Several top Ranger players scuffle. Frank Vatrano gets into a fight with Brandon Hagel to try to spark his team. Why hope is not lost, especially with the Rangers heading back to Madison Square Garden, where they're undefeated since Game 1 against Pittsburgh. Should the Rangers stack the top line with Artemi Panarin, Mika Zibanejad and Frank Vatrano, as they did in this game? Ryan Strome unable to go in Game 4. Will Sammy Blais be an option for the Rangers? And how fired up will the Rangers be if he comes back from a torn ACL?! Episode 613. Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices