Ashley Allen is a very talented singer/songwriter who hails from the “Empire State” and right now she’s about to hit the big time. She’s getting ready to tour with Taylor Dayne in Australia armed with a pen and a strong vocal range. (you can download her hit, Let’s Go for free on //http://itsashleyallen.com/home)
So far she’s only recorded her own tunes. It’s important to her. Its very personal.
“Its more raw and personal that way,” she said. “I’m writing every single day so I don’t lose the momentum.”
Growing up she moved around quite a bit. It did affect her.
Rebecca Corry is a very successful stand up comedian. She might be short in stature but she has a big heart and a way of getting across a message of hope and laughter in regards to educating the public and our lawmakers about this misunderstood breed of dog.
As it turns out while many citizens of the United States appear to be turning their backs on these lovable dogs, the reason they might be doing that is coming out of fear and not out of personal experiences or factual information.
Sandy Alderson was hired after the 2010 season. He's had an ample amount of time to put the Mets on track to be a better team in 2014 as fans were led to believe. Well they are miles away from that. In fact here is an honest assessment of the team
Here is Cano's assessment after 37 games (23% of the season)
· With a record of 14-23 only the Marlins and Astros have worse records.. for the moment.
· The Marlins actually have a brighter future with more Legit prospects almost ready to play
The book Star-Spangled Hockey by Kevin Allen published by Triumph is an encyclopedia of USA Hockey. Kevin is one of the great sports writers out there and he’s an absolute expert on this subject. I know for sure because I’ve chatted USA hockey with him at more than one international tournament.
This tome covers 75 years of USA Hockey. I’ve been watching for quite a few years and I feel like the changes that I’ve seen is remarkable, but after reading this book it really makes me appreciate how far it’s come.
As the NBA playoffs heat up this week and the conference semifinals continue, PBS Digital Studios rewinds to a 1992 interview with the late basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain in the latest installment of PBS Digital Studios’ “Blank on Blank.” The 7’1” NBA star reflects on growing up with his physique and his self-consciousness, his more sensitive side, and of course, his relationship with the ladies. The animated video can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxLiVnSGJKc&feature=player_embedded
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