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Charlotte Howard and The Hair Artist Association,LLC team is honored to have Maureen Francisco join them on today's radio show.
Maureen Francisco immigrated to the US from the Philippines when she was just five years old. Her English was poor at best and the teasing was non-stop at school. However, Maureen did not play the victim card. She used her experiences as motivation rather than limitation. She diligently practiced English until she mastered it, and wound up with a better grasp on it than her native English-speaking peers. She worked three jobs simultaneously to pay for her college education while still managing to graduate at the top of her class.
Now Maureen is the co-owner of NW Productions, a media and production company, and is writing her first screenplay. She lives with her husband in the Pacific Northwest. Learn more at www.maureenfrancisco.com.
Eccentric antique shop, Loved to Death opens its doors to Science Channel for a second season of ODDITIES: SAN FRANCISC, Saturdays at 10pE/P. Loved to Death is more than just a store — it's the heart and soul of the oddest street in town.
The store’s colorful owner Audra, and employee Wednesday, are joined by newcomer Lincoln to take on the eclectic customers and bizarre antiques that enter the Haight Street haven. From germaphobes to ancient artifacts, the ten brand new episodes of ODDITIES: SAN FRANCISCO showcase the weird and wacky world of antiques.
Owner Audra began her career working in a natural history store and her personal collection grew from there. Audra is also an artist and makes the dioramas and jewelry in her upstairs studio. A perfectionist, Audra prides herself in hand-selecting the most perfect items for her shop, traveling from private collections to flea markets on a regular basis.
Wednesday is a part-time Goth model whose longstanding obsession with obscurities made her a perfect fit at Loved to Death. The resident 'brainiac' enjoys researching the origins of bizarre items and often goes into long historical and scientific tangents when explaining them to customers.
TODAY ON LIVING LARGE: Join P.K. as she welcomes to the show FOX's Solitary 3.0 star, Maureen Francisco! She will be discussing her life, reality TV, her book and more!
MAUREEN FRANCISCO: Maureen moved on to reality TV after accomplishing her career goals in broadcast journalism. Six years and several slammed doors later, Maureen realized her goal of becoming a reality TV star when she was cast in FOX’s Solitary 3.0. Now Maureen is the co-owner of NW Productions, a media and production company, and is writing her first screenplay. She lives with her husband in the Pacific Northwest. Learn more at www.maureenfrancisco.com
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The research process continues with a special Halloween episode of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
Speaking of the holiday, Brooklyn Dodgers outfielder Duke Snider once said he hated Halloween because their rival, the New York Giants, shared the colors of black and orange with October 31.
And so, it is fitting that today we have a man on the show so connected to the Baseball Giants franchise.
Peter Magowan was not only their President and Managing General Partner from 1993-2008, but has followed the team ever since growing up off of Central Park on 69th Street in Manhattan. We'll discuss his childhood, heading out to Ebbets Field to watch his Giants play their rivals, the heartbreak he felt when they left in 1957, and saving San Francisco from that same fate when he and a group of investors bought the franchise in the early 1990's.
So, join us at 12PM ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
Girl George & The Gypsy Poet talk to Victor M. Penalosa, drummer for the Flamin' Groovies, as well as the lead guitar & singer for the Phantoms. Gypsy Poet Radio Show # 44.
POLITICAL ANIMALS: Spying- Repudiation of Henry Stimson's rule"Gentlemen don't read other Gentlement's mail"
Mafia connections to SEIU Union at Chicago's O'Hare Airport
What's the Matter with Lawyers--New tatic--intimidate the victim--try to boiler plate him to death with spurious court filings
October 30th Births deaths & Events relevant to US(a)
THE CLUB--Auto theft metal device doesn't stop car/truck theft--San Franciscan had 2 vehicles stolen in less than a month
The Miami Beaching Condos planned for San Francisco Bay front
What's wrong with the Tea Party--failure to communicate with other tea party groups across the country
Culinary cognoscenti avoiding Tea--The Japanese Nuclear contaminated fish problem
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Sex Expert Dr. Emily Morse joins host Erika Nicole Finn for a discussion of the best sex tips, dating tips and relationship advice that will change your love life today.
About Dr. Emily Morse: Dr. Emily Morse is a sex expert , star of Bravo's Miss Advised, host of the sex and relationship advice podcast Sex With Emily, and was voted the #1 dating and sex expert by DatingAdvice.com. She has her Doctor of Human Sexuality from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco, and has appeared as an expert on many television shows including the Today Show, Watch What Happens Live!, Playboy Radio and Inside Edition. Learn more about Emily at www.sexwithemily.com.
About Erika Nicole Finn: Erika is a lifestyle expert and coach, huffington post blogger and host of Live.Love.Grow. She shows clients how to find happiness and live their dream lives, and believes it's never too late to get started. Tweet her @erikanicolefinn, follow her on facebook or sign up for her newsletter at www.erikanicolefinn.com.
There are many plastic surgery marketing gimmicks promising results. The term "Facelift" is being used today as a marketing term causing consumer confusion and luring patients to spend their hard earn money. Terms like "Facetime Facelift" "Lunch-Time Facelift". "Lifestyle Facelift", "S-Lift" "Feather-Lift" "Vampire Facelift" plus others. Joining us to define the term Facelift is San Francisco Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Corey S. Maas. Dr. Maas is one of the most highly regarded and sought-after facial plastic surgeons in the world. He is regularly featured in newspapers, television broadcasts, and magazines, from San Francisco Medicine and Cosmetic Surgery Times to Vogue and Allure.
Dr. Maas is the Founder and Medical Director of the The Maas Clinic and the Appearance Care Center, a state-of-the-art medical spa facility, offering a wide variety of minimally invasive treatments and services.
He has published more than 100 book chapters, articles and is regularly recruited to lecture to medical societies, both nationally and internationally. Dr. Maas is also responsible for the specialty education of facial plastic surgery to residents and medical students.
Debra Oliver truly exemplifies what it means to be at the frontlines of mediation. She comes from a background that the rest of us read about in novels or see in the movies. Born in Hollywood, CA to her own version of Lucy and Ricky Ricardo, she studied at the Julliard School of the Performing Arts, Drama Division then spent time traveling, studying Eastern philosophy and having a family. She also lead a San Francisco theater company and hosted a weekly radio show about consciousness-raising.
Debra discovered mediation in 1989 and knew she had found her calling. She handles complex and eventful cases many mediators only dream of - including situations like that portrayed in Robert Redford's film, The Milagro Bean Field War. From mediating with gang membes and police offices to handling explosive divorce cases, her's is an exciting and fulfilling practice.
Listen for her story about how a pecan pie restored justice to a terrorized family. This show promises to surprise and inspire you.
Happy Halloween for today's topic " I am welcoming back My Special Guest National Bestselling Author Alan Jacobson To Discuss His New Novel "No Way Out". Alan Will Also Discuss "Halloween Safety Tips For Children And Parents" ALAN JACOBSON is the National Bestselling Author of several critically acclaimed thrillers, including his latest, No Way Out, featuring FBI Profiler Karen Vail. His two decades of research and training with the FBI’s profiling unit, DEA, US Marshals Service, Scotland Yard, SWAT, and the US military have shaped the stories he tells and the characters he creates. The "San Francisco Chronicle" said "Alan Jacobson researches his books like a good newspaper reporter, and then pushes the envelope into reality more thoroughly then the typical crime novel could ever allow". Alans novels have made numerous "Top Ten Best Books Of The Year" lists and five have been optioned by Hollywood. For more information about Alan please visit his website www.AlanJacobson.com
The Voice of Change welcomes AMos Clifford to speak on: Eros in the outdoors: the healing practice of forest bathing.
Amos Clifford is a wilderness guide, deep nature connection mentor, and ecotherapist living in Sonoma County. He is a leading advocate in the United States for the practice known in Japan as shinrin yoku, or “forest bathing.” Amos has been leading people into natural settings for over 40 years, developing ways to quickly connect people with an ancestral awareness of the more-than-human world. He holds a masters in counseling from the University of San Francisco and is the founder of Sky Creek Dharma Center, Infinite Wild, the Center for Restorative Process, and shinrin-yoku.org.
Forest bathing, known as “shinrin yoku” in Japan, is the practice of opening our senses to the natural environment for an immersive experience with a wide range of research-validated healing effects. But does it also have implications for sustainability? Amos Clifford, the presenter, thinks so. “The foundation of sustainability is not in discovering new technologies; it is in re-establishing our relationships with nature,” Clifford says. This program will reveal a powerful set of practices for promoting wellness in people and the environment.