In this fun-filled edition of the Jake & Joe Show, the boys dive into the NCAA Tournament whole-heartedly. The duo discuss the selection committee’s errors, each first round matchup, and Final Four predictions.
Librarian Andrea Lynn talks about Hannah Rothschild’s The Improbability of Love.
Episode 20 – Mar.12, 2016 – “Kaep-tain America” The one where the guys wave goodbye to Johnny Football, wonder where all the free agents went and consider new quarterbacks. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.
Custom frame builder Greg White from Magic Cycle Werks. Mayor Gene McGee talks about his town, Ridgeland, MIssissippi
In the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the John Carroll men’s basketball team hosted the Alma Scots. The Blue Streaks fell to the Scots in a hard-fought contest, ending JCU’s historic season. Joe Ginley (play-by-play) and Danny Markino (color analyst) had the call for the season finale. As the duo said at the end […]
In the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the John Carroll University men’s basketball team hosted the Saint Vincent Bearcats on Friday, March 4. Joe Ginley (play-by-play) and Eddie Marotta (color analyst) had the call for the Blue Streaks’ big victory.
Following a two-week break due to JCU basketball coverage and spring break, the boys were back to discuss a variety of topics. Jake and Joe talked about Peyton Manning’s retirement, NFL free agency, the NBA, the NHL, and NCAA basketball in a good episode.
In this serious edition of Minding Your Business, host DB Hegler delves into the topic of business fraud and all of the scams currently floating around in the business world. To dive into the topic, she spoke with local experts Sheryl Harris and Sue McConnell.
Library Director Nancy Levin talks about Symphony for the City of the Dead by M. T. Anderson.
One-hour conversation with 5 great frame builders at the 2016 North American Handmade Show in Sacramento, CA.