J. Brick
American sports announcer
J. Brick
John Tournour better known as J.T. the Brick is a sports talk radio host based in Las Vegas, Nevada. His show airs weeknights from 10pm to 3am Pacific time on Fox Sports Radio. Tournour is a graduate of SUNY Geneseo.
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Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories
Huffington Post Sports - over 4 years
Happy Wednesday everyone, here's my Top 5 for October 24, 2012 from Len Berman at www.ThatsSports.com. 1. Quick Hits Game 1 of the World Series is tonight in San Francisco with the Giants hosting the Tigers. Detroit's Game 1 pitcher Justin Verlander was asked if he's dating model Kate Upton, he said "I'm not confirming or denying anything." John Farrell was introduced as the new Red Sox manager yesterday. The Miami Marlins fired manager Ozzie Guillen. NHL players offer to resume negotiations, owners decline. 2. The Fall Classic Let the carping begin. There are no early TV starting times for this year's World Series. Even the weekend games will be played at night. Of course that applies to the East and Central time zones. West Coast kids will actually be awake for the end of these games. And that's a good thing for kids in the Bay Area who have a rooting interest. For the rest of us, it will be business as usual. Fighting to stay awake and remembering a tim ...
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Lance Armstrong Ends Challenge to Illegal Doping Charges
Fox Business News - over 4 years
Bicycling Magazine Editor-in-Chief Peter Flax and FOX Sports Radio host John “J.T. The Brick” Tournour on cyclist Lance Armstrong’s decision to stop fighting the charges of illegal doping.
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Souderton Playground Renovations Calling Community Together
Montomeryville-Lansdale Patch - almost 5 years
The slide is rickety and sort of sketchy, and its metal gets hot in the sun.  Youth in the area still love to use the platform of the slide as a pretend fort. You can ride the springy duck or horse, but chances are, they are broken. Lunch at one of the tables is nice, if you don't mind the graffiti. And relaxing in the gazebo can be placid - and you can get some nice sun from a busted out section from the wooden roof. The Chestnut Street Playground, also known as the Wile Avenue Playground, at Wile Avenue and West Chestnut Street in Souderton is considered a hidden treasure in the borough. Located across the street from Emmanuel Lutheran Church and Souderton Mennonite Church, it is a popular gathering place for Souderton youth and the Lutheran church's Kids Care day care program. Yet it is in bad need of repair. The last time it was rehabilitated was about 15 years ago. That's where Ray Hopkins, Jenn Ruggiero and Souderton Mennonite Church Pastor Gerry Clemmer come in ...
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Tools for success: SEMO program helps aspiring entrepreneurs - Southeast Missourian
Google News - almost 6 years
She'd been selling her clay creations at local craft fairs, but after Operation Jump Start was able to take her company, J. Brick Pottery, a step further. "Most of what I changed was the point of sale," she said. "I now have pieces in galleries,
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As Town for Deaf Takes Shape, Debate on Isolation Re-emerges
NYTimes - almost 12 years
Standing in an empty field along a wind-swept highway, Marvin T. Miller, who is deaf, envisions the town he wants to create here: a place built around American Sign Language, where teachers in the new school will sign, the town council will hold its debates in sign language and restaurant workers will be required to know how to sign orders. Nearly
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Corrections
NYTimes - about 12 years
A picture caption with the NYC column yesterday, about the family of the only New York firefighter since 9/11 to die fighting a fire, misstated his initial. He was Thomas C. Brick; Thomas J. Brick is his father.
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NYC; A Promise To a Son Who Fell Alone
NYTimes - about 12 years
THERE are no Christmas lights for Margaret and Thomas J. Brick, not this year. Holiday wreaths will have to wait for another time. So will other decorations. Decking their house in Auburndale, Queens, used to be the responsibility and the joy of their son, Firefighter Thomas C. Brick. That was until just before last Christmas. That was a lifetime
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Paid Notice: Deaths BRICK, SEYMOUR J.
NYTimes - over 15 years
BRICK-Seymour J. Of Greensboro NC (formerly, Neponsit, LI, NY; West Palm Beach, FL; Coral Springs, FL). Died on Monday, July 2. He is survived by three children, Larry, Mary-Ann and Judy; ten grandchildren; nine great grandchildren. The family will receive visitors at the Jonas home, 264 Gorden Drive, Paramus NJ on Wednesday July 4 and Thursday,
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NEW YORK HEAT CLIMBS TO 98, AND MORE OF IT IS PREDICTED
NYTimes - over 34 years
The hottest day of the year baked the pavements and parks of metropolitan New York yesterday, sending residents fleeing to anything wet, cold or air-conditioned. The National Weather Service could only guess at the Manhattan temperature; its recorder in Central Park had stopped working Saturday night. However, Tom Grant, a meteorologist with the
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