SORT BY Relevancy
Andrew Harris chats with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about his fascinating culinary and media background, as well as the 4th Annual Golden Foodie Awards of Orange County, taking place in Newport Beach on Sept. 27, 2015. Andrew is a guild member of the Golden Foodie Awards, and as an accredited food, wine and travel writer, he is also on the board of board of the International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association. Andrew is the producer and co-host of the weekly “The SoCal Restaurant Show”.
This interview originally aired on April 26, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show, that streamed live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
The Honorable Jeff Ferguson will be stopping by for some. . .
"Coffee Talk with Patricia"
~Life, Career, Community, Love, Faith, Self
Call to listen in only or join the conversation! (646) 929-1386
Host - Patricia Wenskunas
Producer - FoRe! Living Royal Productions
Thank You to our Show Sponsors
The Ambassador Program
FoRe! Living Royal Productions
Patricia's Charity Team of Choice - "Crime Survivors"
This week's broadcast will be dedicated to those that wish to call in with questions concerning agent orange, health care, claims, etc. My co-hosts for this week will be Janie Bowthorpe, a Thyroid activist and talk show host who is no stranger to talk shows and well represents our female/spouse/caretaker membership. Mr. John Bury is an expert concerning agent orange legislation. Ben Norman is an American sniper who served in Vietnam! Doug Townsend will share his expertise in filing claims with the VA.This is a special prime time edition. If you have SKYPE please use it to call in otherwise you can use the number listed on the screen.This is the LINK to access the show, but it will not work before the show starts.
This episode is dedicated to two topics, the new bills in Congress for Blue Water Navy Veterans and a discussion regarding whether or not Medical Marijuana helps to relieve symptoms caused by agent orange illnesses. Our first guest will be retired Navy Commander John B. Wells, of the same law firm who wishes to address the new house bill HR969 and the new senate bill S. 681. The remainder of the show will be diedicated to discussion and debate concerning the efficacy and usefulness of marijuana in helping reduce or eliminate pain and discomfort among aging Vietnam veternas suffering from agent orange related diseases. I hope that we will have many live listeners and call in with questions or concerns.
♦ Welcome to the Second Season of the Creative Nexus Café! ♦
Sit back, relax, and listen in as your hosts Natasha and Roger play some music, have a few friends stop by, talk about what's been going on in the art, music, and world in general.
♦ In this episode:
• Welcome and intro to the Second Season with Natasha, Susie, Matthew and Roger.
• Something to Consider with Natasha
• News and views from the café window with Roger
• Art Effects with Susie
...plus a few surprises
♦ For further information on the Creative Nexus Café, or its' participants, please go to:
♦ Please note: The views expressed in this episode do not necessarily reflect the views of the Creative Nexus Café, its' founders, hosts, producers, or The Creative Nexus.
Listen as Lisa Goodwin, Managing Director for eWomenNetwork Orange County interviews Master Hypnotherapist and NLP Expert, Cappi Pidwell.
Hosts Vinnie & Mike are back with another addition of the Blue & Orange Nation Talking Mets podcast, talking about the Mets current west coast trip, injury updates, absurd controversies and all things Mets. Vinnie and Mike will be joined by Anthony and Rich from the Mets Public Record podcast, as well as sports radio favorite Artie from Brooklyn
Co-hosts Vinnie and Mike are back talking all things Mets (and Matz, of course). They'll be joined by Howard Megdal of Capital New York and USA Today, discussing the Mets and their financial situation (exciting, I know!). Also, sports talk radio favorite Artie from Brooklyn will be calling in.
in Real Estate
Orange County real estate news is fairly predictable - at least compared with some of the stories that filter in from the rest of the world. Here in Orange County, for instance, wherever a new home is being built, you're likely to see familiar evidence like stacks of lumber and drywall, cartons of nail gun ammo, sacks of cement, and workmen hustling around as they put everything together. But your not going to believe this. Nary a printer in sight. Not so in China. The are building houses very differently. Tune in and see how they are building a home.