Thursday • December 08
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Sustainable Sushi Week
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Tonya and Ian will speak to Sheila Bowman, Sr. Outreach Director at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, who will talk about the newest attractions at the Aquarium and the launch of Sustainable Sushi Week and the national sushi party. Then former NBA All-Star, Phil Chenier will join the show to talk about some of his favorite basketball venues, his transition from player to broadcaster and his predictions for this years season.
Episode Segments:
 
Seafood Watch
Sheila Bowman talks about the Monterey Bay Aquariums Seafood Watch Program, the upcoming release of their Pocket Sushi Guide, and the National Sushi Party. She also explains the concept of sustainable seafood.
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Whats New at the Monterey Bay Aquarium
The Monterey Bay Aquarium is celebrating their 25th Anniversary - but they still know how to keep things fresh. Sheila talks about some of their new & upcoming attractions, and youll soon know why Parents Magazine chose it as the best aquarium in the country!
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NBA Great Phil Chenier
Former NBA All-Star Phil Chenier talks about how the NBA has changed since he was a player, his favorite places to visit, and also previews the Wizards season.
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Around the NBA with Phil
Phil gives his thoughts on who are the teams to beat in the NBA, including Tonyas favorite team, the Detroit Pistons, and what he thinks about the globalization of the NBA.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Phil Chenier
Philip Chenier (born October 30, 1950 in Berkeley, California) was a professional basketball player. After playing for Berkeley High School and the University of California in Berkeley, Chenier played professionally for the Washington Bullets in the National Basketball Association from 1971 to 1979. He won a championship with the Bullets in 1978. He also briefly played for the Indiana Pacers and Golden State Warriors.Chenier was a 1972 NBA All-Rookie Team selection, averaged 17.2 points per game for his career, and was named to three NBA All-Star teams. He has announced Washington Bullets and Washington Wizards games for years, now working for Comcast Sports Net alongside play-by-play commentator, Steve Buckhantz. Chenier currently resides in Columbia, Maryland. His son, Phil Jr., followed his father into basketball, and is a coach for Wilde Lake High School's varsity basketball team.