Wednesday, February 4, 2009
For longer than we can remember comedian Tim Bedore has been calling in or stopping by to deliver an editorial in which he talks about whatever happens to be on his mind. These musings can range from his relationship with his daughter, to hot topics in the news, and even updates on how the animal kingdom is waging war on mankind. From the Animal Conspiracy to his daughter Claire, Tim takes us inside his mind, and with the help of a few sound effects, puts together one of our favorite features. Follow Tim on Facebook.
Costaki Economopoulos is a comedian, true, but he's also a football fan. Those two factors alone make him the perfect candidate to give us a comedic look back at the NFL each week with his new feature that's also been picked up by The Huffington Post and Bleacher Report. With his Greek heritage, it's not surprising that he's been described as a “joke philosopher,” and we're sure he's not the only one saying that. Costaki is also a talented joke writer who's punchlines have been heard on "The Tonight Show," Showtime, BET, and MTV. Follow Costaki on facebook and twitter.
Though he was admitted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the band Traffic, Dave Mason is still considered to be one of classic rock’s most underrated artists. Throughout the 70’s and 80’s Mason enjoyed a successful solo career while at the same time recording and sharing the stage with many of the greats over the years including Jimi Hendrix, Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton. Now after almost 20 years, Mason is set to release his newest solo album, 26 Letters – 12 Notes. Dave will be our guest in the studio along with his guitar player, John Sambataro
The Uncommon Coach
Super Bowl-winning coach and #1 New York Times bestselling author Tony Dungy has had an unusual opportunity to reflect on what it takes to achieve significance. He has worked every day with young men who are trying to achieve significance through football and all that goes with a professional athletic career —such as money, power, and celebrity. Coach Dungy passionately believes that there is a different path to significance, a path characterized by attitudes, ambitions, and allegiances that are all too rare but uncommonly rewarding. Uncommon reveals lessons on achieving significance he’s learned from his remarkable parents, his athletic and coaching career, his mentors, and his journey with God