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Shlomo Lipetz, NYC City Winery
Shlomo lives and breathes for music and works hard to bring interesting, diverse and exceptional talent to City Winery's stage. A member of the core team that founded City Winery in 2008, Shlomo is a well-recognized figure in and around the venue. When he isn't perfecting his Shlo-Mullet hair, rambling in Hebrew or blasting his latest music discovery in the office, he is busy making concerts happen - often 5 days or more per week! Shlomo also books external productions and benefit concerts with Michael Dorf Presents, including the famed NYC venues Carnegie Hall, Central Park SummerStage, The Apollo and much more. When he is not in music mode, he plays for the Israeli Baseball team as the starting pitcher.City Winery is the brainchild of Michael Dorf, founder of the iconic Knitting Factory, one of New York’s longest running music venues, wanted to create a space in Manhattan where he could combine his shared passions for wine and music. How was the idea conceived? After making his first barrel of wine in California with his brother Josh and wine maker David Tate, formerly of Ridge Winery and now at Barnett Vineyards, Michael caught the bug: "For a long time I'd been enjoying wine as a fan-drinking it, taking classes, attending wine dinners-but it was not until I actually started participating in the process of working with the grape, turning it into wine, putting it into a bottle, and watching it develop over time, that I really started to understand wine. And when I would give my friends a bottle of wine with my name on it, most would respond by saying: 'I wanna do that too!' It was this experience that led Michael to conceptualize and start working on the City Winery business plan in 2006.
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Ever visit a winery and hear unexplained noises or see shadowy figures lurking about? Join us tonight on All About Wine for part 2 of haunted wineries and vineyards with Ron Hunt of Florida Estates Winery and Joy Neighbors of Joy's JOY of Wine and A Grave Interest. We'll discuss this and more tonight on All About Wine!
Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder discuss the latest political happenings in the City of Moreno Valley. Topics will include a recap of the 10/14/2014 city council meeting, agenda for the upcoming study session, Victoria Baca campaigning from the dais, and another continence for the Prologis warehouse project. How much money has Benzeevi sunk into candidates this election and how many people are canvassing for his WLC project.
Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will discuss civic affairs in Moreno Valley. Craig Givens and Curtis Gardner are guests that will be discussing the opposition argument to Measure I. The controversial Prologis Warehouse Project will be on the October 14, 2014 city council meeting agenda. Listeners are encouraged to attend. Did Mayor Molina remove a public safety grant for checkpoints from the last agenda because he didn't want Baca to look bad for voting no. Is the fired City Attorney Paul Early getting his job back? The interviews and election material will also be discussed.
Chairman and CEO of X Train Holdings Michael Barron returns to the Success City Radio Show. Michael discusses his company's strategy of acquiring rail companies and expanding the "X Train" brand. Mergers & acquisitions are not new to Michael who will share his experiences and past successes such as building the largest real estate information company, (TRW-Now Experian) to growing a publicly traded mortgage bank to over 1.3 billion in annual volume.
Talk radio hosts Mick and Maria Bailey are passionate about What Makes America Great! Capitalism and the Spirit of the Entrepreneur! Each show, they uncover the success strategies entrepreneurs need while providing opportunities for successful business owners, community leaders and business professionals to discuss their ideas and experiences as entrepreneurs. Success City Radio Show is a talk radio show with independent thought, humor and independent music!
Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder discuss the latest political happenings in the City of Moreno Valley. Kathleen Dale will be the guest speaker opposing Measure R. Thoughts on the forum hosted by the Hispanic Chamber. Logistics Trade Magazine article regarding Skechers and robotics which resulted in a loss of 75% of their employees. Do we think a revenue measure by the city will pass if a bond measure by the school district has already passed.
Let's Do Lunch! visits City Winery in New York City, a heavenly haven for wine, music and food in lower Manhattan. Executive Wine Director Stephanie Johnson and Chef Jeff Haskell join host Robin Milling. Stephanie tells Robin how she began her career mastering wines after 13 years in the publishing business, currently studying at Masters of Wine to further her specialty. Chef Jeff shares his humble culinary beginnings starting off as a dishwasher in a New Hampshire inn to becoming an executive chef. He enjoys redesigning the menu to the different seasons, including such yummy additions as octopus pulpo style.
At City Winery Stephanie gets people excited about wine. During wine tasting events the music of bands sound checking for their evening performances wafts in the background. She is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to designing a wine cellar and has done so with City Winery which has 400 plus bottles of wine, some made on the premises and stored in their cavernous private barrel room.
Stephanie discusses the wine-making program spearheaded by David Lecomte which will have you crushing your own grapes at their Crush parties and leaving with homemade Cabernet. She also hosts an International Pairing Series virtually visiting such countries as Spain, France, Italy, and Chile through flights of their wines, hand picking the selections to compliment the three-course menu designed by Chef Jeff. Robin is treated to a special wine tasting from regions of Spain featuring expressions of Tempranillo and Priorat -- swirling, smelling and especially drinking!
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Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder discuss the latest political happenings in the City of Moreno Valley. The Citizens United vote that fell short of the 60 votes needed. The Riverside County Board of Supervisors revisiting fast tracking for large warehouses. The joint meeting with the City Council and MVUSD was canceled. The lawsuit by Paul Earley who was fired is on the special closed session agenda for 9/23/2014. Harold Acord will be a guest and speak in favor of Measure M.
Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will discuss the latest happenings of the Moreno Valley City Council. The court's refusal to allow Yxstian Gutierrez to hold his seat and whether that will impact any of his critical votes. The large slate of candidates for three council seats and their upcoming interviews. How this election could change the balance of power and the direction of the city. The directly elected mayor and term limit ballot measures. A brief recap of the past two City Council meetings and the agenda for the upcoming City Council & Planning Commission meetings.
Author Boo Jackson takes you on a thrill ride and poses the question: what do you do when you’re torn between what’s right and what’s wrong; what’s real and fantasy. Sanity and insanity will fight for a position on the throne as she brings to life the darkened heart behind Malicious Intent. What do you know about this that's classic? Lots of laughs, I'm sure. It's ENOUGH ROOM for US ALL to SHINE! Now that's classic!To get on the show as a guest OR To place a CCC $5.00 AD inquire to CreamCityClassica@hotmail.com CALL IN NUMBER (713) 955-0635
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