• 00:06

    Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Superintendent Paul Michel

    in Travel

    This week Peter Greenberg travels to the Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa in Monterey, California on Cannery Row. Greenberg chat's with Paul Michel, superintendent of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, who explains why Monterey is one of the greatest wildlife viewing areas in the world, and answers the question: why are wildlife sanctuaries important?

  • 01:27

    Jim Covel from the MONTEREY BAY AQUARIUM talks SHARKS on WILD WORLD

    in Education

    Shark expert Jim Covel of the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California talks about the peril sharks are facing including the great white shark. Perfect show for shark week and shark enthusiast Melissa Hovey joins us for what should be a amazing show as we discuss one of the ocean's most fascinating and misunderstood fishe.

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1010

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Jeanette Allison from Monterey, CA, who suffered neglect and emotional abuse at the hands of her mother, a raging and mean alcoholic with Bipolar disorder, a sadistic and narcissistic personality who suffered from a schizoaffective disorder with paranoia. Jeanette's father was the enabler in the family. He worked three jobs to support the family of four. Her mother targeted her specifically, not her more compliant brother. Until recently Jeanette was a single mother and an LGBT activist. She had problems with alcohol in the past and successfully broke free of those problems through the help of AA's 12 Step program which she still practices on a daily basis, targeting the spiritual malady that lead her to drink in the first place. Although AA has been the solution to her alcoholism, she found no relief for trauma she suffered and carried with her from childhood. This is changing now as Jeanette found an answer to addressing unhealed maladies when she learned of Rivka Edery's book "Trauma and Transformation: A 12 Step Guide" and NAASCA's every other Thursday night "Stop Child Abuse Now" radio talk series that's devoted to the application of a 12 Step Program and approach to recovery the trauma of childhood abuse. Jeanette continues to be a shining light, despite suffering from a traumatic work accident, and a rare hand tumor that have halted her dream job as an occupational therapist. As such has a special interest in individuals with disabilities. She married her wife, Jackie Allison, this summer, and strives to be a leader who use her compassion, her kindness and the love of writing and photography to heal others' hearts.

  • Episode 259: The Islamic State - rise & world view, with Craig Whiteside

    in Military

    The Islamic State, ISIL/ISIS/Daesh - whatever people may call them - are not a flash in the pan. Not quite insurgency, not quiet terrorist organization, not quite nation state - what they are is a presence that has resilience, trans-national support, and has a long range plan.


    What is their background, how have they evolved, and how do they view the world?


    Our guest for the full hour to discuss this and more will be Craig Whiteside, LTC USA (Ret.), Associate Professor of Theater Security Decision Making for the Naval War College Monterey at the Naval Postgraduate School. Craig came to the War College from Washington State University, where he was a PhD student in Political Science and taught American Government and National Security Affairs. Prior to returning to school, Professor Whiteside was a career infantry officer in the U.S. Army with service in the airborne infantry. He is an Iraq war veteran and served with the Geronimos of the 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry in Iskandariyah as the battalion executive officer during 2006-7. He finished his military service as the Professor of Military Science at Washington State. Professor Whiteside is currently working on his dissertation investigating the political worldview of the Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham (ISIS). He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.

  • 02:00

    Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Marilyn Scott!

    in Music

    The double digit dates haven't started yet - we're two days away from December 10th - so some of us are relaxing.  The sweat comes when we realize that Christmas is breathing down our necks :)  To help with the sweat: Jumpin' Jazz and Blue-Eyed Soul from a woman who has a right to sing ALL of it - blissfully versatile Marilyn Scott!


    That voice is going to conjure some images for you, full of energy and passion - and FUN!  Our much-respected artist has been thrilling us for years - over a dozen albums to her name.  Marilyn has been an in-demand vocalist, garnering praise and a Grammy nomination - for Marilyn's take on "The Look of Love", produced by George Duke.  


    This Southern California native learned EARLY what she wanted in life.  An epiphany occurred in her teens when she trekked to the Monterey Pop Festival - and feasted her ears on Janis Joplin, Lou Rawls and Otis Redding.  Marilyn honed her own craft so well that was asked to work with a myriad of Jazz and Soul artists - Hiroshima, Bobby Womack, Etta James and Bobby Caldwell among them.  


    A new album is expected in 2015 - but let's focus on NOW.  Marilyn Scott's "Get Christmas Started" is a party and a half!  Treasured holiday songs are full of new life, and the vibes from Philly to Memphis to Motown are COVERED.  We so need the kick that Marilyn gives us - the kind of holiday cheer that makes you want to get up and dance, or sing along - at the top of your lungs :)


    We'll start the show at one - and we've got two hours to get Christmas started - are you IN?  Join us in The Chat Room! One of the hottest singers with some kind of slammin' resume is gonna entertain you.  You'll feel as though 12/25 has already arrived

  • 01:02

    Episode 257: Clausewitz - now more than ever, with Donald Stoker

    in Military

    He is quoted often, correctly and incorrectly, but few have actually read his works in full - and even fewer know much about the man himself, Major General Carl von Clausewitz, Kingdom of Prussia.

    Out guest for the full hour will be Donald Stoker, author of the new book, Clausewitz: His Life and Work. Stoker is a  Professor of Strategy and Policy for the U.S. Naval War College's program at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.

    His previous book, The Grand Design: Strategy and the U.S. Civil War, won the distinguished Fletcher Pratt award for the best non-fiction Civil War book of 2010. Past winners include Bruce Catton and Shelby Foote.

  • 00:31

    Women Warriors - Manifesting Your Passion

    in Women

    For our first show in December, the Women Warriors special guest is Geva Salerno.  Join us on Wed, Dec 3rd at Noon ET when Geva will share her insights on “Manifesting Your Passion.”  How can you take your passions and really make a difference?  Listen to find out!


    Geva Salerno is an author, artist, musician and speaker. She started her spiritual journey at the age of 15 as both a creative and technical writer. Passionate about understanding the world, she seeks to inspire others through her writing. Ms. Salerno possesses both a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Massachusetts and a master’s degree in international policy from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. She is a member of the Gulf Coast Writers Association of Lee County Florida, the National Association of Professional Women and the Female Entrepreneur Association. Ms. Salerno has lived in both India and Mexico.

  • 00:23

    John Carver Show - Susan Cain - Power of Introverts

    in Self Help

    Years ago my, long time, friend Arthur Hawkins introduced me to the TED TALKS (www.ted.com/).   According to Wikipedia  TED was founded in 1984 as a one-off event.  The annual conference began in 1990, in Monterey, California. TED's early emphasis was technology and design, consistent with its origins in the Silicon Valley.


    Since June 2006  the talks have been offered for free viewing online, under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Commons license, through TED.com.  As of April 2014, over 1,700 talks are available free online   By January 2009 they had been viewed 50 million times. In June 2011, the viewing figure stood at more than 500 million and on Tuesday, November 13, 2012, TED Talks had been watched one billion times worldwide.

  • 00:15

    NEWS YOU CAN USE

    in Health

    PRESENTING NEWS YOU CAN USE FROM MONTEREY PARK, CA. AND THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY (CURRENT EVENTS-COMING EVENTS)

  • 01:59

    Stand As 1 hits the Midwest w/guest: Monterey Sirak

    in Poetry

    We hit the poetic heartland of America w/my very special guest, Monterey Sirak!


    Monterey has been a judge on many Open Mic & Slam competitions throughout Arkansas, plus has released many of her own poetics works across numerous sites & publications, both local & beyond!


    Please join us for a tremendous show to be had! Even I am going to have to be on my best behavior, or else she will judge me too! ;-)

  • 01:00

    Ann talks with former NY Giants Brian Kelley and much more!

    in Sports

    Ann talks to former NY Giants Brian Kelley, Rick Keiser, the Exe. Dir of the Navy SEAL Museum & John Lee, Organizer of the Legends Invitational about the Nov 14-17 charity golf tourney on the Monterey Peninsula and to Greg Kelly, Editor of 'Sports Ilustrated's NFL QB' book.

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