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Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian celebrates July 4th by welcoming Grammy, Latin Grammy and Emmy award winning pianist and composer Michel Camilo to talk about his new CD What's Up? Michel is wrapped in a human being of boundless enthusiasm, musical passion, and love of life. In addition, we’ll chat with Dr. Pam Popper, to talk about the nutritional value and benefits of seasonal stone fruit, which we can find soon in farm markets around the country! Michel Camilo bridges the genres of Jazz, Classical, Popular and World music. He is a pianist with a brilliant technique and a composer who flavors his tunes with the spice of Caribbean rhythms and jazz harmonies. To see him perform live is to witness the energy of a tropical storm being unleashed on 88 keys. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Fernando Trueba, who featured Camilo in his documentary film Calle 54, says: "Michel Camilo is one of the top all-around musicians. Whether it's jazz, classical, Latin American music or film music, Michel is in his element. Every time I see him play, I feel like I'm witnessing a miracle." Dr. Pam Popper is a naturopath, an internationally recognized expert on nutrition and health and she is the Founder and Executive Director of The Wellness Forum. Dr. Popper is the author of several books; including Solving America’s Healthcare Crisis and Food Over Medicine.
El pasado 11 de agosto se realizó el bautizo del libro "Valle Zamuro" del venezolano Camilo Pino en la librería Alejandría en Caracas, Venezuela. Durante el encuentro el periodista y escritor Boris Muñoz hizo lectura de un texto en referencia al libro.
Grammy Winner Michel Camilo is a native of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He studied for 13 years at the National Conservatory, and at the age of 16 became a member of the National Symphony Orchestra of the Dominican Republic (NSODR).As well as being an outstanding performer, Camilo is a talentedcomposer and has written scores for several Spanish language films including Los Peores Años de Nuestra Vida and the award-winning
Nutrition For Your Brain We're talking "Revolution"-------
Dr. Julio Pino, associate professor at Kent State University, originally from Cuba, is with me. What is happening in Cuba, now? Is it time for Fidel and Raoul to take a backseat? Is the immoral US embargo hurting the country? What does the future hold for the US' nearby island neighbor? We'll be talking Revolution, in other countries, also. How can we get rid of the systems that obviously aren't working, and what do we replace them with??
August 22 - Pianist - Carlos Camilo Born in the city of Santa Clara, Cuba on February 14, 1989, Carlos Camilo was, by the age of 13, playing piano and singing on live tv shows, radio, and performing with live cuban bands. Today, Carlos has had the great distinction of performing around the world with many well known Cuban and International musicians such as Paulo FG, Pancho Cespedes, Amaury Gutierrez, Lucrecia, Farah Maria, and Manolin El Medico De La Salsa to name just a few
August 29 - Pianist/Composer - Carlos Camilo Born in the city of Santa Clara, Cuba on February 14, 1989, Carlos Camilo was, by the age of 13, playing piano and singing on live tv shows, radio, and performing with live cuban bands. Today, Carlos has had the great distinction of performing around the world with many well known Cuban and International musicians such as Paulo FG, Pancho Cespedes, Amaury Gutierrez, Lucrecia, Farah Maria, and Manolin El Medico De La Salsa to name j
Leonora Burton is a beloved shop keep on Main Street in cozy Cold Spring, New York. She hails from Wales and all her customers love her lilting accent. But little did we know the lives she led! Until now. Her book is called Lament of an Ex Pat; or How I Discovered America and Tried to Mend it. She's flown a plane, worked with Robert Redford and even had run ins with the mafia and the Happy Hooker? Details are in the book...this conversation is just the beginning.
Plus...meet Darya Pino Rose...she has a Ph.D in nueroscience and a bachelors degree in Molecular and Cell Biology. Want she wants you to learn is that diets don't work...only healthy living does. Her blog is Summer Tomato. Her book is Foodist. You'll love them both.
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Monday night, Ty Ray and Nick Gelso, welcome Michael Pare and plenty more as their guests. You've become accostomed to the unexpectable on Beats & Eats. Monday, Ray and Gelso will give you plenty more.
Michael Pare is an accomplished actor. You may remember him as Eddie Wilson in Eddie and the Cruisers. Pare will dominate the first hour of B&S.
At the top of the hour, B&S will welcome James Holeva, comedian, personality and crazy-partier. Holeva will do some stand up for you all.
Lastly, in B&E's celebrity chef portion of the show, the guys will welcome Anthony Pino. He is a master chef in Boston and will give you his best recipes, food ideas, music attractions and sports addictions.
As always Gelso and Ray will be taking your calls throughout the entire 2 hour show. Sit back, grab a cigar, and relax w your friends in the CLNS lounge.
Brian Stetten and Ruthann Amarteifio, on their search for democracy---------
Camilo Mejia, described by Amnesty International as a 'prisoner of conscience', and awarded the Courageous Resister Award by the activist group Refuse and Resist, is our guest. He'll tell us off his time spent in prison for refusing to serve in the military. What led him to this decision? What has changed in his life because of it?
Give a call w/ queries and/or comments----Come to chat!
Our guests this evening will be Leonie Rosenstiel and Marcia Southwick.
New Mexico is reviewing several bills regarding guardianship. At issue this last week New mexico bill SF 112 which would have expanded the grip of predatory guardians beyond death for a minimum of six months.
Opponents suggested that the way this bill was worded also required that any will or trust that was set up had to be tested in court before being declared valid. They said it was treading on territory that properly belonged to the Uniform Probate Code.
If passed, it would provide a field day for attorneys creating will contests among family members. Opponents of the bill said the guardian should not notify only relatives known to him/her, that anyone doing the notification should comply with the requirements of the Probate Code.
There wasn't a vote to table the bill and mark it up for a vote. Sen. Ortiz y Pino said he was willing to sit down with two of the attorneys on the Senate Judiciary Committee and try to address the issues.
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