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Join ArtSees Diner as we bring you this hour of worship. This ecumenical hour of inspiration is focused on the Sunday readings. Infused with the readings will be meditations, praise music, a message delivered by Merlin Gonzales, author, preacher, and Founder of Faith, Hope and Love International.
If you are interested in learning more about the message that Merlin Gonzales delivers.
Take one part James Dean, one part Marlon Brando and one part Charles Darrow and you’ve got avid motorcyclist, retro sub-culture icon and Chicago-based attorney Joel Rabb who dedicates a major portion of his practice to bikers’ rights and representing injured riders. If you ride or share the road with bikers you won’t want to miss Joel Rabb’s insight, expertise and unique perspective on the two-wheeled life. Diner of the Week: Walkers Diner is a rare find. Owned and man
Dr. Ramani Durvasula (Dr. Oz, Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers, Today Show, Anderson Cooper) drops in on Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys Garrison and Ralph to discuss her book, You Are WHY You Eat: Change Your Food Attitude, Change Your Life. Dr. Durvasula loves food, diners, bikes and bikers and talks about how you can get into that smaller leather jacket and those tighter chaps and still eat diner comfort food by living an authentic life, listening to your spider senses and loosening the
Ryne, Chris and Joey bring some of the finest personalities in the South into the Diner to talk about sports, culture and life down where it happens a little slower. Join us each Tuesday at 6:30 Eastern/5:30 Central for the "Podcast of the South!"
Dropping in on Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys hosts Garrison and Ralph: Jodi Ettenberg left her law practice to travel and eat her way around the world...one country at a time. She blogs frequently at Legal Nomads and is the author of The Food Traveler's Handbook about how to find cheap, safe and delicious food anywhere around the world. Beautiful, talented, spunky and at times outrageous actress Laurene Landon often portrays tough, two-fisted no-nonsense action heroines with a winn
Follow those eggs over easy riders Garrison and Ralph with this week's guest Baywatch star, actress and activist Alexandra Paul. Watch Alexandra's video in which she discusses her lifelong concern about human overpopulation and the fears we all have discussing it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNxctzyNxC0 Diner of the week is the TIn Goose Diner in Port Clinton, Ohio. Visit Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website: http://www.thosedinerandmotorcycleguys.com and follow us on Twitter: ht
Hollywood icon Jane Fonda once famoulsy stated that "It's never too later, never to late to start over, never too late to be happy." Actor Tony Senzamici took that statement to heart and talks with Garrison on Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys about triumphing against all odds to pursue acting after a string of other successful business pursuits.
Tony Senzamici is currently starring on the HBO series "Treme" as Capt. Jack Maletesta and o the Starz Network show "Magic City." This summer he will be starring on the hit USA Network program "Graceland." Tony also talks about his passion for motorcycling and the Amici Charity formed by he and his wife Judy to help those affected by downturn economy and tough job market.
Diner of the Week: The Broadway Diner in Baltimore, MD
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Garrison’s and Ralph’s guests this week on Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys:
Actress and model Tenika Davis began her career as one of the finalists on the first season of the famed reality TV series "Canada's Next Top Model.” She’s graced the pages of several well-known international fashion magazines such as Elle, Glamour, O, Fashion, and Glow and after completing the show she signed with world-renowned top modeling agency Ford Models. Tenika's talent, determination and hard work allowed her to land her first lead role in the indie hit, "Jumping the Broom." Almost immediately after she was cast as Sara Suarez, the seductive action heroine in the successful "Wrong Turn 4" movie franchise. Tenika is also recognized for her work on Degrassi: The Next Generation, Saw VI and Deal No Deal.
Gary Koz Mraz is an author and free-lance moto-photo journalist for motorcycle/travel magazines American Iron, Baggers, American Trike, Cruiser and Quick Throttle and is currently editor for Bikernet Trikes. Gary has travelled the world on two wheels from China’s great wall to the Himalayan Mountains as well as Europe and the back roads of America. His book, Midnight Rider on a Graveyard Run: Tales of the Midnight Writer is a true non-stop read about truckers, outlaws, hijackers, thieves, prostitutes and the legions of highway patrol protecting innocent travelers on the bloody trail of buried bones of brutally murdered women called the "Corridor of Death."
Diner of the Week: The Delta Diner in Delta, WI, a rebuilt 1940 Silk City Diner.
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In the documentary "Diner en Blanc: The World's Largest Dinner Party," told in French with subtitles, Jennifer Ash reveals the inner workings of a phenomenon called Diner en Blanc, which has grown beyond its French founder's, Francois Pasquier, expectations, spreading to over 19 cities around the world.
Dressed in white, invitees arrive at a secret location and quickly set up tables, finery and gourmet food to feast and dance until midnight, leaving the premises spotless.
Complely non-political and non-commercial, this event is a unique gem. Ash explores this 24 year tradition and its amazing expansion to over 19 countries around the world. She focuses on one event in Paris that brought in 13,000 participants.
Ash went on to work on her current project -- "Iris Apfel: New York's Rare Bird of Fashion" a film with legendary filmmaker Albert Maysles.
Ash is also an editor and author.
Dropping in on Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys is supermodel Summer Rayne Oakes.
From Environmental Scientist & Entomologist to EcoModel & Entrepreneur, Summer Rayne Oakes was rocking and rolling in rainforests, reclaiming mine sites and studying sewage sludge when she was struck with the idea that the fashion industry might be an interesting way to disseminate environmental awareness. Recognized as The World’s First Ecomodel, Oakes has created a career aligning her values to her work.
Diner of the Week: The Colonial Diner in Woodbury, New Jersey.
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Follow those eggs over easy riders Garrison and Ralph with this week's guest custom motorcycle builder, stunt rider, movie actor and Grizzly Adams TV star Dan Haggerty. Diner of the Week: Moody's Diner in Waldoboro, Maine. Plus, more surprises! Talk radio was never like this! http://www.ThoseDinerAndMotorcycleGuys.com http://www.Twitter.com/MotoDiners