Review of Week 13 of the College Football Season
Willie The Kid gives his timeline of coming to Atlanta from Grand Rapids, linking up with The Affiliates, Don Cannon and DJ Drama, and staying true to the art form we call, Hip-Hop. We also feature a few joints from his latest release, The Fly 3.
The College football season is winding down, but D1 is heating up. Tight addresses being bullied, Coach reflects on this year's high school football, and Joey pops in to give some high level football analysis. This is sports entertainment at its finest.
Photo Journalist Mike Tartt comes to the FreeLunch Podcast to talk about his experiences as a member of the media. In this episode, Mike shares some of his stories about famous personalities, covering some of the most memorable sporting events, and how journalism has changed over the last 10 years.
Week 11 of the D1 SportsTalk Podcast.
Carmen Martinez and Lora Rosemon join us to talk about their non-profit organization LIVE BEAUTIFUL NOW, which was inspired by the memory of their sister and friend, Latrece Bell, and her struggle with Bipolar Disorder. LIVE BEAUTIFUL NOW was founded to "Break the Barriers on Bipolar Disorder" for women in Houston, Texas and their supporters.
This week in college football.
In acknowledgement of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, The FreeLunch Podcast pauses to honor the loved ones and the many familes affected by breast cancer. In this episode, we highlight a very special guest with a powerful testimony of her own...Tight's mother. Welcome Mrs. Mary
In addition to the Little League Coach's Tip of the Week, Shout-outs and Disappointments, and the weekly picks...the team is also joined by a special guest who originated the phrase "Don't Put Your Hands on Me". This is a must listen!
During the late 1960s into the 70s, the Weather Underground organization was labeled by many as a Domestic terrorist group in the U.S., largely in part to its role in numerous bombings, riots, and jailbreaks. Founded by long time social activist/revolutionary, Bill Ayers, the organization was in strong opposition to the Vietnam war, but was in heavy support of the Black Freedom Movement. However it was the tactics used to get the attention of the U.S. power structure that ultimately led to Bill and other members becoming targets for the FBI. But, today he comes to set the record straight.