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Bob Moher started stand-up at 58 as a bucket list thing in 2009, making a 560 mile round trip from San Antonio to Dallas, twice a month, to perform 3 minutes at an open mic at the Back Door Comedy Club.
Bob also helped start a comedy group called Door To Door. (www.DoorToDoorComedy.com) DTD cut their teeth in comedy doing paid apartment clubhouse gigs and performed over 70 in the first year. Complete list of gig is on the DTD website.
Bob is a founding member of Comedy for the Fund of it. (www.ComedyForTheFUND.com) This is his real passion. Instead of doing charity/nonprofit shows per individual charity or nonprofit they do ONE show, with all the charities plugging in, at the same time. They do not pay for anything (entertainment or venue). They just promote the show and we split the ticket price, with them keeping 50% or more, for everyone that designates their group for support. The goal is to add more charities and nonprofits and to find enough sponsorship where we can give 100% of the ticket price (or more).
Bob is a member of the Christian Comedy Association.
Bob also performed at Leslie Norris Townsend’s Clean Comedy Challenge and will be in Florida for this year’s seminars and competition.
Today our guest is Holly Holliday: Creator of Bubbly Fest! She also brings with her several wine makers participating in the bubbly fun...
Steve Clifton: Palmina Wines & Brewer-Clifton
Victor Gallegos: Sea Smoke Winery
Neil Roberts: Clavo Cellars
Norm Yost: Flying Goat Wines
BUBBLYFEST by the Sea promises to be upscale, educational, with a touch of humor thrown in: this is a weekend not to miss! You'll party like Gatsby, from seaside Cocktail parties, to a festival on the cliffs of the Pacific Ocean, and end your weekend with a fabulous brunch filled with live music, sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, and all the bubbly you can drink!
in Self Help
All of us are touched by cancer in some way. We have it, someone we know has it, someone we love has it, or we've lost someone who has had it. We don't go through life cancer-free.
Even though traveling the cancer road was a rocky and difficult journey, our Choices host, Judi Moreo, has some interesting insights to share about the lessons learned while on this journey. The path through cancer has some enormous potholes, scary cliffs, and winding roads. It requires discipline, work, and change, and yet it is filled with excitement, discoveries, and life lessons which can bring us to a new and better place.
Through her personal story and practical suggestions, Judi shows us that cancer and fear are messages to change our lifestyle. Dr. James Sensenig, Founding President, of American Association of Naturopathic Physicians said about Judi, "She gets it! Judi understands the question is not 'What kind of treatment do I undergo?' but "How do I heal myself?' Her personal experiece with cancer taught her to recognize that recovery from chronic illness is often a recovery from an unhealthy life in many ways."
Listen in -- even if you don't have cancer -- you may get some ideas on how to stay healthy and not have to experience such a difficult journey.
Let's take a ride through Penelope's World!!! Certified Realtor Penelope Gomes, with over 18 years of experience.
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Born Margarita Reymundo Jurado, in Acapulco, Mexico, the youngest of five children, Margo Rey had entertainment in her blood. Her mother, Juana-Amparo Jurado, was a flamenco dancer, and her father, Alejandro Reymundo, was a cliff diver of the famous La Quebrada cliffs. When Margo was two, the couple moved to Ft. Worth, Texas to raise their family. She is the great niece of the smoldering, Oscar-winning, Hollywood actress, Katy Jurado. Her parents raised onecomedian, Alex Reymundo, one writer, Ana Cristina Reymundo, two chef/restaurateurs, Antonio Reymundo and Gabriela (Reymundo) Pataro, and one singer/songwriter, musician and actress Margo Rey.
In Texas, Margo laid her professional foundation with over a decade of classical music training under the exclusive tutelage of classical voice professor, Dr. Luther Stripling. At 16 years of age, she sang arias by day, and by night she fronted an all original,allfemale rock band, Debutante (The Debs). Margo moved to Los Angeles to pursue and create music on her own terms while supporting herself as a voice over and on screen actress.
Margo Rey is a breast cancer survivor, but as she prefers to call it – a breast cancer warrior. In the midst of battling breast cancer, Margo hasn’t stopped pursuing her music.
Saturday I was sitting under a white tent on the Malibu Cliffs, broacasting video worldwide, doing a comedy bit with Christina Applegate and raising money to help Cancer survivors make "totsicles". Here's more---> LISTEN to iHeart Moms with Kristin Cruz
Drink of the night: Leftover lemonade form my kid's cup (with a kick of promotional vodka from Dan Aykroyd. I'm using all the "radio promo" stuff I've stored up..)
Snack of the night: Slightly burnt kettle corn from Whole Foods.
Becky Bookamiliar Club is pleased to feature a return guest tonight. Karl Waterbury grew up in Washington State in the Seattle area. Karl spent lots of time on and around the water on family boating and fishing trips. Hiking along rocky cliffs overlooking the ocean Karl's inspiration for writing Teddy comes from these family outings. The main character of his great children stories is modeled after Mr. Waterbury father, who grew up the son of a fisherman.
Mr. Waterbury's main goal for writing this series of books is to teach young kids about friendship and trust. His books are available for purchase online at Barnes and Nobles and Amazon.com
Come and be a part of the audience tonight as we are told a bedtime story entitled "Teddy and the Sea Monster, by Karl Waterbury. Thank you in advance for your support. Call in to listen live: 347-205-9535
Ok. When I go to a doctor, part of me just does not want to listen. However, when Dr. Ginger says something I Will Listen (or drool). Dr. Ginger is the reining Mrs. Virginia U.S. 2013 and will be competing in the Mrs. United States Pageant July 27-31 in Las Vegas. Her platform is B.R.A.K.E.S. (Be Responsible and Keep Everyone Safe) teen safe driving program started by her husband in 2008 after his 2 sons, Jon and James, were killed in a tragic car accident. To date, B.R.A.K.E.S. has put over 10,000 teens through the safe driving program.
The doctor wrote the nutrition & mind-body chapters in the N.Y.Times Best Seller, “Crazy Sexy Cancer Survivor;” a book written by one of her students. I need to check out that book!
Dr. Ginger has been:
Director of Corporate Wellness for Bruton Smith’s Sonic Automotive and Speedway Motorsports (NASCAR racetracks)
Director of Nutritional Wellness for The Cliffs Communities
Spa Director for The Trump Spa at Mar-a-lago, Donald Trump’s private club in Palm Beach, Fla.
Since then, Dr. Ginger has devoted her professional life to public health education. She helped to develop the first policy for the “Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity & Health for Women,” and today she continues as a consumer health advocate, using her intimate knowledge of the human body, physiology, biochemistry, nutrition, and preventive and alternative medicine to weave together meaningful disease-busting consumer education information through her magazine articles, TV appearances and speaking engagements nationwide.
we hear daily about the erosion of our ecomony and the need to take back pensions but again what are they not telling us in the game of coverup. As within the Credit Default Swaps where there was no money or cash in the banks to float loans but these accounts were traded the same condition may apply to whats going on within the feds and this maybe way there is no money available due to the mismanagement of these funds by those in charge using then withn loans for other purposes.
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Then we will talk about Emit Till his murder and my father Dan Burley's role in the case as northern reporters bought this case into the eyes of the public. We will also talk about the so call reopening of this case in 2008. As I am the daughter of Dan Burley and was witnessed to many historical events you will learn more about hidden truths not talked about in the Black Community because it was hiddened with intent. TWO RADIO PROGRAMS BACK TO BACK
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the results of the HR is NOT GUILTY http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/2007-03-30-emmett-till_N.htm
We talk about our live and also cover all of the news stories within forensic investigation. From the daily news to issues of family UFO and everything else under the sun we talk about it call in as well and tell us your views thanks 1-718-508-9513 D'Anne Burley goto http:://www.thedetectorsradioshow.com email me email@example.com please make program donations via firstname.lastname@example.org paypal if you would like to call in a donation please do so by calling 1-630-863-9971 thanks again D'Anne
LISTEN TO QUEERS because it's just better if you do. This show is all about what goes in your ea.r and maybe what other orifices could be involved.
SHAUN BRODIE, musician and member of The QUEER SONGBOOK ORCHESTRA. He'll be round to talk about the first of their concert series.
RICO RODRIGUEZ and JEFFREY CANTON of QUEER in YOUR EARS will be by to talk about queer stories and There's Something Queer in the Air, an upcoming storytelling event.
ROYNATION's recommendations for a queer-interpreting of songs are Maggie May, The White Cliffs of Dover and Smoking in the Boy's Room.
Tonight we will sit down and have our artist conversation with the Talented Poetry/Spoken Word Duo Cliff and Kenneth aka IC
Brandon "Cliff b" Owens was born on February 27 1993 in Los Angeles CA. Growing up he knew that he would be destined for greatness. However, at the rate he was going with his life he wouldn't. At age 18 he turned his life over to God. Trying to do better in life. Along with fashion being his life and passion, he suddently started writing poetry. Poems that rhymed were his thing. He met his Uncle and Mentor Kenneth Mgbeke at age 18. Cliff saw the passion and drive Kenneth had, and Kenneth seen the potential Cliff had. Being under Kenneth's wing Cliff became a much better poet, using wordplay and expanding his mind. In may of 2013 IC was born and Cliff took on the roll as second in command. Cliffs ideal goal for IC is simply to have the audience expand their minds and use their intellect while thinking. "Intellectual calibur is on the rise and we have a story to tell, so get ready world cause we're here to stay"
Travel Brigade takes in the red rock beauty of Moab, Utah, for hiking, canyoneering, mountain biking, rock climbing and river rafting in an area that has both Arches and Canyonlands national parks. We’ll have interviews with Discover Moab and the Red Cliffs Lodge located right on the banks of the Colorado River, and we’ll also find out about exploring slot canyons from the rigger Danny Boyle and James Franco consulted when making the movie 127 Hours, just one of many Hollywood movies filmed in this stunning location. After a day in the outdoors, in our “Ya Gotta Eat!” segment we’ll tell you about local Castle Creek winery, a classic drive-in with handmade buffalo chili burgers and a local diner’s breakfast concoction called the “Sweetwater Skillet.” Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.