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Christmas is the time of fun, cheer and goodwill to all. It's a time when some sing christmas carols or watch christmas movies. We all have a favorite Christmas tradition. Today we will talk about your favorite Christmas tradition and spread some Christmas love.
Dr. Anthony McRoy is a visiting Lecturer at the University of Wales and will be my guest to talk about Christmas traditions and origins. Where did we get this idea of a big man in a red suit? Is there something pagan about Christmas trees? Why does the holiday take place on December 25th? All of these are important questions and we will be addressing them this episode. Call in with your questions at 714-242-5180.
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Candi and Randy chat with special guests Olivia Newton-John, Vanessa Williams, Judy Collins and Matt Zarley, who chat on their favorite Christmas traditions and memories.
Plus, Gerald McCullouch of "BearCity," CSI" and the web series "Hustling" gives us an impromptu sing-a-long.
We also share some of our guests' best holiday music to set the perfect mood during the holiday season.
Keeping It 1-Hundred returns from its hiatus this Saturday morning at 11 on blogtalk radio.com. Join hosts Sam and Bobbie and they discuss Christmas traditions, have a little fun and a surprise giveaway will be involved!
Iris Estrada is American by birth, Mexican by blood, and curious by nature. She is a bilingual freelance writer who grew up on the Arizona-Mexico border then spent her teen years in the Dominican Republic. She moved to Canada to pursue her university degree in journalism and international development studies and is currently residing in Florida.
From her rich cultural experience, Iris shares her knowledge of Hispanic Christmas traditions that vary by country and region. Iris explains that there are three things that are always present during the holiday, regardless of where you’re from: mouth-watering food, festive music, and good times with family and friends.
Listen and celebrate traditions that begin on December 24 and take us into the New Year, concluding on January 6!
¡Feliz Año Nuevo!
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Traditions Training Blog Talk Radio kicks off our 2014 summer show, with an action packed dialogue from several of the Traditions Training Instructor family.
On Tuesday June 3 at 7:30 pm, we will discuss in detail, tactical considerations for fires involving the two-story legacy wood frame dwelling. Unfortunately, the fire service has experienced many serious injuries and LODD’s while operating in these types of structures.
Please join Traditions Training Instructors Ricky Riley (Host), Nick Martin, Dan Shaw, Doug Mitchell, Danny Doyle, Roger Steger Jr, Sam Hittle and Larry Schultz as we discuss: risk assessment, command & control, engine company operations, truck company operations and RIT operations when dealing with the frame dwelling.
In advance of the show, we recommend reading the following NIOSH LODD reports, which occurred in this type of structure:
Bridgeport, Conn. Double LODD House Fire
Pittsburgh, PA. Bricelyn St. Triple LODD
Try to identify pertinent issues relating to building construction features, fire behavior concerns in the Type V (wood frame), critical tactical objectives, required resources and sound command and control considerations.
Have you just received your results and have no idea how to analyze them? What do you know about Identical by Descent (IBD) and Identical by State( IBS)? Have you lowered the threshold on your DNA matches and discovered that you match everyone? Should you do this and is it a valid indicator for identifying matches?
Shannon Christmas will discuss how DNA analysis, when used in concert with traditional genealogical research methods, can help family historians overcome challenges unique to genealogy research. He will also answer your burning questions concerning the various DNA test.
Shannon Christmas is an experienced genealogist specializing in genetic, colonial American, and African-American genealogy in Virginia and the Carolinas. He serves as a 23andMe Ancestry Ambassador, administrator of The Captain Thomas Graves of Jamestown Autosomal DNA Project, co-administrator of The Hemings-Jefferson-Wayles-Eppes Autosomal DNA Project, and blogger of Through The Trees, “a didactic guide to new tools and technologies for genealogy” (http://throughthetreesblog.tumblr.com/). Shannon has a special interest in harnessing the power of autosomal DNA to verify and extend pedigrees, assess the veracity of oral history, and reconstruct ancestral genomes. A trained urban planning and real estate consultant, Shannon has a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Harvard University and a Masters in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Join Shannon Christmas and other experts at the 2014 International Genetic Conference - http://i4gg.org
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