• 01:00

    Get Real with Leo Pacheco

    in Business

    Business solutions, professional development strategies, faith-filled motivation, and more is in store for you on Get Real with you host, entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and transformation specialist, Leo Pacheco.


     

  • Aileen Mand - Producer - The Festival of Chocalate

    in Business

     The Miami Auto Museum at The Dezer Collection revs up for a sweet 2015 as they host The Festival of Chocolate the weekend on January 17-18, 2015.


    The Festival of Chocolate, Florida’s largest all-chocolate themed event, which has been featured in Southern Living Magazine and on ABC's The Chew, boasts amazing chocolate indulgences, the Cocoa Couture Fashion Show and a live cake decorating competition.


    The event presents the area's best chocolate and confection companies selling tastes and treats of everything chocolate from truffles, cake pops and cupcakes to cookies, brownies, ice creams and even a smores buffet all peppered through a mind-blowing micro car display. Chocolate savory items, including chocolate BBQ sauce, meat rubs, wines, vinegars and even chocolate spa products will return for those looking for an alternative to the super sweet.


    Set in one of the largest and most eclectic automotive collections in the world, award-winning pastry chefs and chocolatiers will host interactive demonstrations, sharing techniques and tricks of the trade. On January 17th, The Cocoa Couture Fashion Show featuring chocolate-inspired fashion hits the “Yumway” amongst the glitz and glam of the largest James Bond collection of its kind. And on Sunday, January 18th, a live cake decorating competition will give breathtaking artistic creations a tasty twist.


     Chocoholics of all ages will love making chocolate lip balm, chocolate roses, sandy candy and the more adventurous can try armpit fudge. Chocolate Foodies can indulge in Chocolate and Wine Pairings. Chocolate History Makers will attempt to beat world record challenge times.  


     

  • 00:27

    INSIDEtrack: Leo Manzano, looking ahead to the 2015 season

    in Sports

    Leo Manzano is the 2012 Olympic 1500 meter silver medalist. Leo started his running at the University of Texas. As a Longhorn he was a 5-time NCAA champion and a 9-time All-American making his transition to a professional athlete one that was sure to be very successful. He has an Olympic medal and a long sought after sponsorship with Hoka One One. Tune in to find out what is next for Leo in training, more about his sponsors Timex & Hoka One One, and where we can see him race this up-coming season. 


    Follow Leo @Leomanzano

  • 02:01

    Dynamic Dojo Talkradio: Grandmaster Leo T. Fong

    in Sports

    Sunday November 30th, 2014. 6 pm Pacific Time.  Join us as we welcome Professor Leo Fong to the Dynamic Dojo! Call us live on the air this Sunday to speak with one of the most respected practitioners in the martial arts world today.


    Leo T. Fong
    Methodist Minister, Martial Artist, Fitness Coach, Filmmaker


     Leo T. Fong was born on November 23rd, 1928. He is one of the most respected martial artists in the community today. Leo was born in Canton, China. When he was five years old, his family emigrated to the United States. At the age of 15, Leo began training as an amateur boxer and was also called to be an ordained Methodist Minister. In 1958, Leo was introduced to Kung Fu, studying Choy Li Fut and Sil Lim. In the early sixties, Leo met Bruce Lee and became his student, eventually inspiring many of the innovative techniques of JKD.

    In the 1970's, Leo Fong went to Hong Kong and started a career in martial arts films. When he returned to the USA he started producing, directing and continued acting in films. Mr. Fong is a retired minister, a film producer, and a martial arts teacher. He has created his own style of martial art known as Wei Kuen Do, which is not just a fighting art, but a style to bring inner peace to the body.


    Full biography of Leo Fong at his website: http://www.leotfong.com/LeoFong/LeoFong.html

  • 00:31

    Author and Journalist, Leo Adam Biga joins Kori on the Back Porch

    in Books

    Leo Adam Biga is an Omaha-based blogger, nonfiction author and award-winning journalist. His 2012 book Alexander Payne: His Journey in Film is a collection of his extensive journalism about the Oscar-winning filmmaker. Additionally, Biga is the coeditor of Memories of the Jewish Midwest: Mom and Pop Grocery Stores and the author of two e-books for the Omaha Public Schools. 


    The University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate contributes articles to newspapers and magazines. The former film programmer frequently writes about film and other art and culture subjects. His work's been recognized by his peers at the local, regional and national levels. 


    He's nearing completion on the biography of a Catholic priest who served marginalized populations around the world and he continues researching a new project on Nebraska's film heritage. A new edition of the Payne book is in-progress.


    Sample his eclectic work at leoadambiga.wordpress.com or www.facebook.com/LeoAdamBiga.


     

  • 01:23

    What is the "Festival of Lights?" Do you have any idea?

    in Religion

    Hey, who shut out the lights???  Somebody light the "menorah."  What is a "menorah?"  To start, we must understand the holiday of the "Festival of Lights." If you have some oil, I will tell you all about it. It goes back to the ancient Greeks and Alexander the Great and the Hebrews. Tonight, we will be discussing the celebration of the "Festival of Lights." The Rebellious Rev and the Doc would welcome your input. If you have any questions, please call us ai 646-595-3275 and bring the coffee.

  • 01:15

    Discover Janesville: Beloit International Film Festival | Teach Jamaica Teachers

    in Current Events

    Kristin Peterson is a Janesville native and a filmmaker.  While she is working on her own short film Dog*Walk, for the past 3 years, Kristin’s been closely involved with Beloit International Film Festival where she works as a programmer and other things.  We spoke about what Kristin learned from watching over 3,000 films, the importance of sound, and how we could get Angelina Jolie to work with small independent moviemakers.


    Amy Stevens is a professor of special education at UW-Whitewater.  Amy stopped in to talk about the work she does in Jamaica where she goes annually to help train local teachers, what she learned from her experience, how great the island nation’s needs are, and how little things from America, can make a huge difference in a one-room school house in Jamaica.


    Be in the know.  Discover Janesville.  


    Listen to past podcasts at www.DiscoverJanesville.com.  


    Follow the show on Facebook at Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin.  


    This program was brought to you by:


    Basics Cooperative: next Super Tuesday sale is coming up on January 6!


    Janesville Snow Removal: www.SnowRemovalOfJanesville.com


    The “A” Team, LLC, – Your Facebook professionals.


    “Raising Abel, the Life of Faith” by Ronald Ragotzy, MD.


    United Arts Alliance: Promoting arts and connecting artists in Rock County.


    2015 Janesville Area Creativity awards: Celebrating creativity on January 31st 2015 at JPAC!


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  • 00:58

    Behind the Scenes of the Filmstock Arizona Film Festival

    in Movies

    Having worked with Filmstock since its inception in 2009 through showing his films and helping out wherever he could, James Lee is now responsible for organizing the festival & its films.


    Event Details:


    Date:  December 5th-7th


    Location :
    Harkins Valley Art
    509 S Mill Ave, Tempe, AZ 85281


    Description


    Filmstock Arizona is the final three-day showcase of the year for Filmstock Film Festival. Taking place at the Harkins Valley Art Theatre on Mill Avenue during the Festival of the Arts, this three-day event includes over 40 short films, a live actor's showcase, and get-togethers every day for chances to meet the filmmakers themselves!

  • 00:56

    Festival of Leo 2013 Full Moon Meditation Meeting

    in Spirituality

    Join us for the Festival of Leo 2013 Full Moon Meditation Meeting.  "I am That and That am I."
    Leo stands in a unique relationship to the sun at the heart of our solar system.  The planetary and systemic alignment established at this Festival is a heart/soul alignment.  The heart of humanity, the heart of the planet--the spiritual Hierarchy--and the heart of the sun, create the channel which extends to Sirius, that great "star of initiation" within the universe.  Sirius has a unique relationship with our planet Earth and through Sirius the pure energy of love flows through the solar centre and into the planetary heart.

    This alignment is evocative of the cosmic principle of Love and Freedom, both of which flow through Sirius and Leo into our range of awareness.  These two principles are making an increasing impact on human consciousness, affecting all areas of life.  As we seek to work with these energies and to cooperate with the spiritual Hierarchy of the planet, the result should be the increasing manifestation in humanity of the principle of Love and the freeing of human life from the bondage of materialism and all that tends to imprison the human spirit.

  • 00:31

    Stage Right Presents: Part Two of the Republican Theater Festival of 2012

    in Culture

    Picking up where we left off last week, today's episode will continue our review of the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia.  We will look at the plays and the playwrights--who may or may not be "conservative" (were they "playing" at being conservative just to get produced?) -- and wonder why the festival was called "Republican" rather than "conservative."  Join us as we ponder that very important question and don't forget to call in or write to "Stage Right" to have your voice heard!

  • 00:32

    The Gold Coast Film Festival

    in Entertainment

    Caroline Sorokoff, Director of The Gold Coast Film Festival joins me today. From November 3-9, 2014 the Gold Coast Arts Center, in conjunction with the Town of North Hempstead, will present the 4th annual Gold Coast International Film Festival (GCIFF), and everyone’s invited—again—to join us for this special week of films, parties, panels, and glamour!


    This year, we are proud to announce that four-time Academy Award-winning Production and Costume Designer (The Great Gatsby, Moulin Rouge!)Catherine Martin will be accepting the Gold Coast International Film Festival Artist of Distinction Award at our Opening Night Gala, taking place at Leonard’s Palazzo 555 in Great Neck on Monday November 3rd. Also being honored is President of the Gold Coast Arts Center, Michael Glickman, who will accept the Man of the Year Award; and Marie Cecile Flageul & Jonathan Cohen, (known as Meres One) who will receive the Art & Activism Award.


    Screenings and events at this year’s festival will take place at the Soundview Cinemas in Port Washington and at Bow Tie Cinemas in Great Neck/Port Washington/Manhasset/Roslyn as well as at other venues including the Gold Coast Arts Center in Great Neck. For the latest information and updates visit www.goldcoastfilmfestival.org


    Visit Gold Coast Film Festival


    Click for online film guide

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