Dec 27, 2012
What do you do when you lose your team sponsor?
Find a new sponsor, make the team members pay the fee, or disband the team.
OR...have a fundraiser.
Even if you haven't lost your sponsor, but want money for snazzy new uniforms or a new team bat or two, have a fundraiser.
This show explores a few fun ways to raise...
Dec 25, 2012
Mix equal parts of Doc Savage and the Shadow, and what do you
get? The Avenger!
Author Paul Ernst wrote the Avenger novels on which the radio shows were based. Ernst had two mentors: Walter Gibson, who wrote the Shadow novels, and Lester Dent, who, under the pen name Kenneth Robeson, wrote the Doc Savage...
Dec 21, 2012
Why do some coins have smooth rims and others have rims that
look like sawteeth?
Why is our paper money all the same size, but our coins all different sizes?
What two United States coins existed at the same time and were worth the same amount, but looked completely different and even had different names?
Dec 17, 2012
Elliott Lewis, one of the most versatile radio actors who ever lived, was perfectly at home in any radio genre.
Here he tackles a western, playing cattleman Hawk Larabee in
radio's first adult western drama.
Six years before Gunsmoke, Elliott Lewis, with Burton Yarborough as his sidekick, had weekly adventures in...
Dec 13, 2012
When the pitching height limit was lowered from 12 feet to 10
feet, pitchers lost two feet from their pitching window.
This show tells you how to get back the sharp drop those extra two feet gave you, without throwing illegal pitches.
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