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Book Talk Guest Winifred Reilly author It Takes One to Tango: How I Rescued My Marriage with (Almost) No Help from My Spouse―and How You Can, Too

Doug Miles talks with Winifred Reilly author “It Takes One to Tango: How I Rescued My Marriage with (Almost) No Help from My Spouse―and How You Can, Too” on “Talk Across America”.


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Sports Talk with Don Henderson and Doug Miles guest Howie Karpin author So You Think You’re A New York Yankees Fan 4/24/17

Sports Talk with Don Henderson and Doug Miles guest Howie Karpin author “So You Think You’re A New York Yankees Fan”. Howie is the official scorer for the NY Yankees and can also be heard doing sports updates on Sirius/XM radio.


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Book Talk Guest Dr. W. Chris Winter author The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep is Broken and How to Fix It

Doug Miles talks with Dr. W. Chris Winter author “The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep is Broken and How to Fix It” on “Talk Across America”.


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Book Talk Guest Kitty Ferguson author Lost Science, Incredible Stories From Forgotten Frontiers

Doug Miles talks with Kitty Ferguson author “Lost Science, Incredible Stories From Forgotten Frontiers” on “Talk Across America”.


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Sports Talk with Don Henderson and Doug Miles guest Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Ira Berkow 4/17/17

Pulitzer Prize winning author and former columnist for the N.Y. Times Ira Berkow joins us to talk about his book “It Happens Every Spring, DiMaggio, Mays, The Splendid Splinter and a Lifetime at the Ballpark”.

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Big Band Files with Doug Miles guest singer Jack Jones 4/12/17

In this classic Big Band Files show, Doug Miles talks with legendary singer Jack Jones. Originally aired on WIBQ, now WSRQ radio in Sarasota, FL.

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Baltimore Orioles Announce Remaining Extended Spring Training Home Games in Sarasota

(Sarasota, FL) The Baltimore Orioles announced their remaining Extended Spring Training home games following Monday’s season opener. The public is invited to watch Orioles minor league players in action in Sarasota during Extended Spring Training during the months of April, May, and June. There is no charge to attend the games, which will be held on Field 4 at the Ed Smith Stadium complex. Gates open 30 minutes before game time. Free parking is available in the East Lot. Please note that game times and locations are subject to change without notice due to weather and field conditions.

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Sports Talk with Don Henderson and Doug Miles guest Tom Callahan author Arnie the Life of Arnold Palmer 4/10/17

Sports Talk with Don Henderson and Doug Miles guest Tom Callahan author “Arnie the Life of Arnold Palmer”.

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Sarasota Film Festival Announces 2017 Winners

(Sarasota, FL) After nine days of films, panels, roundtable discussions and community outreach, with organizations such as the Booker Film Academy, IMG and Boys & Girls Club, the 2017 Sarasota Film Festival (SFF) concluded at the historic Sarasota Opera House on Saturday.

SFF finished its 2017 edition with a stage filled with A-list talent including honoree Diane Lane, who took home an award for cinematic excellence, actors Stanley Tucci and Rosanna Arquette, filmmaker and TV personality Aisha Tyler and NBA Legend Kenny Anderson, among others. SFF announced this year’s jury and audience award winners the ceremony.

The Wound directed by John Trengove took home this year’s Narrative Feature Jury prize that came with a $5,000 cash prize from Sam Slater of Burn Later Productions. Last Men In Aleppo directed by Feras Fayyad was the Documentary Jury Prize winner.
Three special jury prizes were awarded; in the Narrative category for masterly use of comedy in a tragic milieu, One Week And A Day directed by Asaph Polonsky. For Documentary Feature Competition a Special Jury Prize was awarded to Dina directed by Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini for Honesty and Humanity and for Independent Visions the Special Jury prize for Narrative Innovation went to Fraud directed by Dean Fleischer-Camp.

The festival’s Independent Visions Award, which includes a distribution deal from FACTORY 25, went to California Dreams directed by Mike Ott.

The Terry Porter Visionary Award went to MENASHE directed by Joshua Z. Weinstein for its spirit of independence and experimentation.

This year’s Animated Shorts jury winner is Nutag-Homeland, directed by Alisi Telengut. The jury awarded The Silence, directed by Farnoosh Samadi and Ali Asgari best Narrative Short and the Documentary Short award winner is Little Potato, directed by Wes Hurley.

This year’s Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature was Like Crazydirected by Paolo Virzi.

The Audience Award for Best Documentary was presented to Abacus: Small Enough To Jail, director Steve James.

The Best In World Cinema Audience Award went to Last Men in Aleppo, director Feras Fayyad.

Bon Voyage, directed by Marc Wilkins won the Audience Award for Best Short Film.

“We are thrilled with the turnout of this year’s festival,” says President of the Sarasota Film Festival Mark Famiglio. “We strive to bring the best filmmakers, movies, talent, and programming to the Sarasota audience. With the support of our sponsors and the Sarasota Film Festival staff, we were able to serve the community with one of our best festivals yet and an experience they can be proud to remember.”

Congratulations to the 2017 winners of The Sarasota Film Festival Awards:
Narrative Feature Competition Winner
The Wound

Director – John Trengove
Narrative Feature Competition – Special Jury Prize
One Week And A Day
Director – Asaph Polonsky
Documentary Feature Competition
Last Men in Aleppo
Director – Feras Fayyad
Independent Vision Prize Winner
California Dreams
Director – Mike Ott
Animated Shorts Competition
Nutag-Homeland
Director – Alisi Telengut
Narrative Short Competition
The Silence
Directors – Farnoosh Samadi, Ali Asgari
Documentary Short Competition
Little Potato
Directors – Wes Hurley, Nathan M. Miller
Audience Awards
Best Narrative Feature
Like Crazy
Director – Paolo Virzi
Audience Award
Best Documentary Feature

Abacus: Small Enough To Jail
Director – Steve James
Audience Award
Best Short Film

Bon Voyage
Director – Marc Wilkins
Audience Award
Best In World Cinema

Last Men In Aleppo
Director – Feras Fayyad
Jury
Narrative

Jason Benjamin – Filmmaker, Suited
David Edelstein – Chief Film Critic, New York Magazine
Addie Morfoot – Entertainment Reporter, Variety, Crains
Documentary
Aaron Hillis – Manager of Film & Creative Outreach, Indiegogo
Amy Berg – Filmmaker, Deliver Us From Evil, Prophet’s Prey
Edward Douglas – Film Critic and Writer, Film Journal International
Independent Visions
Jeremy Gerard – Film Critic and Columnist, Deadline Hollywood
Matt Grady – Producer and Founder, Factory 25
Joel Potrykus – Writer and Director, Buzzard, Ape
Shorts Competition
Andrew Hevia – Producer, Moonlight
Saschka Unseld – Filmmaker, Blue Umbrella
Josh Braun – Co-President Submarine
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Remembering Don Rickles at his best in Las Vegas

Remembering Don Rickles at his best in Las Vegas.

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