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Gracias por unirse a El Gringo para una nueva edición de Aventuras Al Aire Libre. Hoy en día, contamos con las últimas y mejores técnicas para la captura de bacalao criollo. La temporada ya está abierto en California y los peces están esperando.
También tenemos un montón de noticias sobre el Fishing Show Fred Hall en Long Beach, marzo 5-9. Ven en el stand de Phil Friedman / Aventuras Al Aire Libre y decir hola. El espectáculo está lleno de grandes exposiciones y mucho más. Más información en www.FredHall.com.
Estaremos de vuelta en Bass Pro Shops en Rancho Cucamonga el 15 de marzo para otro día de diversión. Gracias a todos los que asistieron a nuestro programa de radio en directo, y esperamos contar con usted todo sale de nuevo en el 15.
Nosotros viajamos a Creel en el estado de Chihuahua y visitamos con nuestro buen amigo, Fernando Cuesta. Usted aprenderá acerca de lo que hace a Creel un gran lugar para visitar y por qué sólo hay que ver las Barrancas del Cobre.
Babysitting an Ancient Chihuahua, Head Transplants, Google
Chihuahua, México es el hogar de las Barrancas del Cobre, algunos grandes lagos de pesca, buena comida, gente maravillosa y una cultura y una historia rica y diversa.
Únete a Phil, Joaquín, y Rita Meraz como te llevan al estado encantado de Chihuahua. Por supuesto, van a estar cubriendo todo lo último de los grandes al aire libre en Baja California y el sur de California también.
Obtenga lo último sobre el gran evento Aventuras Al Aire Libre el 1 de marzo en el Rancho Cucamonga en Bass Pro Shops. Todo lo que tienes que hacer es aparecer y usted recibirá un montón de regalos como viajes de pesca libre.
Leela Hutchison is a Graduate Gemologist, explorer, teacher, presenter and now author, on crystals, gems and minerals. She specializes in educating listeners on the remarkable qualities of Selenite, considered by many to be one of the major power generating energies of the emerging new global consciousness. In 2001, she became the first American woman to enter the astonishing giant Selenite crystal caves near the village of Naica, Chihuahua in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico. These caves contain what are now known as the largest crystals on Earth ranging in size to 36 feet, and weighing as much as 60 tons and estimated to be one million years old. Also, linking grid lines from power spots on the earth to Naica has begun her teaching around the globe to students interested in crystal grid technologies. Leela is also a healing arts practitioner with more than 3,000 hours of hands-on-healing. She specializes in crystal energy amplification with the use of rough and faceted gemstones, quartz and Selenite crystals. Her classes provide education to utilize these same healing modalities through the layout of grids of crystalline energy patterns on the body and energy gridlines on the land. Leela's new book, Journey Into The Giant Selenite Crystal Caves, takes you on an adventure into the caves, which have one of the most hostile environments on earth, with temps so high you can perish in 30 minutes. Her book is available on Amazon and her sites: http://www.leelasgems.com and http://www.thecrystalgiants.com
At the top of the show, it's the Starseed News with Anastasia, bringing topics you won't hear on the mainstream news!
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Currently working on different projects dealing with immigration, specially the deportation and dividing of families.
Born in 1947 in “El Barrio,” in Arizona in an aunt’s house next to the railroad tracks. Born to one Leonila Larriva, 32, a one-armed Mexican national from Chihuahua (who had run away from PanchoVilla’s revolution), and one Young Jim Fong, 25, Chinese national from Canton, China. “Parents” never married due to ban on Chinamen marrying white women, even though Mexican women were not considered to be “very white” then. I learned early, swimming in the womb, that justice and law could often be opposing forces.
At age three was given a quarter by the “father” and taken to the movies by a half-sister and never returned. I was never to eat rice and poke at fisheyes with my chopsticks with the “father” again. “Father” was lost forever.
In coming years they wondered the border towns of Mexicali, Nogales, and Tijuana with a one-armed mother. Slept on cardboard boxes, ate from dumps. Stole whatever was not tied down. The “mother” sold her body at times because she was never very good at making tortillas to sell because of her one-arm situation. Please read poem “Awake in a Mexicali Dream” included for a view of a small child’s life on the border. “Mother” joined the “father” to be lost forever.
In 1951 he went to live in USA projects with half-sister and her husband. Started first grade at the age of eight. Met “Dick and Jane.” Was put in closet for speaking sing-song Spanish to them.
Graduated from Arizona State University. Became a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines. Received his MFA, Ceramics degree from University of Hawaii.
Today we feature little dogs who have the heart, soul, and tenacity of a big dog!
First you will meet Norbert, a 7" tall three pound mixed breed registered Pet Partners® therapy dog & star of a children's picture book series who loves making people smile.
Next you will meet Juno, a little Chihuahua with a big heart and attitude to match! Juno speaks out against animal abuse, neglect and abandonment, and provides comfort to humans who need a little loving.
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Margo Rey's music has captured audiences worldwide with unforgettable melodies and connection to life's greatest struggles. Her biggest hit, "Let the Rain" — co-written with the legendary John Oates — remained on the charts for 21 weeks. It then became the theme song for the Brides Against Breast Cancer charitable organization providing more than 2 million dollars in support and services for those facing the disease.
Margo Rey began performing at just 11 years of age. A native of Mexico, she's fluent in English and Spanish, and possesses conversational skills in French and Italian. It's no wonder she's been able to deliver her alternative pop songs in eight languages! Her love of performing flowed over into dancing in New York City Broadway shows and voice-over talent in the animated film "Beverly Hills Chihuahua."
Margo's belief that "education and personal support are just as critical as prompt medical treatment," was solidified during her own battle with breast cancer. She volunteered her time to be the national ambassador for "Brides Against Breast Cancer" while undergoing chemotherapy and planning her own wedding to the famous comedian and actor Ron "Tater Salad" White. Her nationwide visits during the campaign helped raise funds for education, information and outreach services for cancer patients and their families.
Margo Rey's desire to make a difference doesn't stop. She'll join us from home-base in Beverly Hills, following her performance of The National Anthem at the Armed Forces Foundation Gala in Washington DC. Tune in for this rare episode to meet Margo Rey, and hear her amazing story paired with incredible music.
Hello my name is Michelle Cornwell-Jordan one of your hosts and Jamie White my co-host is joining me today! We are very excited to have the opportunity to chat with the Award Winning Women's Fiction Author Vera Jane Cook as part of her Premier Virtual Author booktour!
Vera Jane Cook: Jane has completed ten novels. Her novel, Marybeth, Hollister and Jane, was published by Musa in 2013. Dancing Backward In Paradise won an Eric Hoffer Award for publishing excellence and an Indie Excellence Award for notable new fiction, 2007. The Story of Sassy Sweetwater and Dancing Backward in Paradise received 5 Star ForeWord Clarion Reviews and The Story of Sassy Sweetwater has been named a finalist for the ForeWord Book of the Year Awards. Jane has published in ESL Magazine, Christopher Street Magazine and has written several newsletters and online blogs. Jane has also written early childhood curriculum. Her published curriculum has been for Weekly Reader and McGraw Hill.
The author is married and lives on the Upper West side of Manhattan with her spouse, her Basenji/Chihuahua mix, Roxie, her chihuahua puppy, Peanut, and her two cats, Sassy and Sweetie Pie. Added to the mix is Carly, an adopted five year old chocolate brown Dachshund.
Join your host Wendy Van de Poll, Animal Guidance Communicator and Intuitive Life Path Coach as she interviews Annie Frelich of Annie's Little Orphans Small Dog Rescue.
Annie Frelich has always loved dogs (and has her own little pack of small rescues). She enjoys positive reinforcement training and watching dogs blossom as they grow to feel more safe and confident. When she found out that alarming numbers of Chihuahuas and other small dogs were being killed in CA, she decided that she had to help and founded Annie's Little Orphans. Annie is ALO's adoption coordinator and helps to adopters throughout the adoption process. ALO feels that is is very important for both dogs and adopters to find a perfect match!
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