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In this special episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the Puerto Rican day parade and the Puerto Rican people. He addresses the struggles and needs that are not being met in regards to Puerto Ricans living in the United States of America. Puerto Ricans are an important part of this nation and are often forgotten. They have faced many harships which go silent in academia and the media.
Sacerdotus speaks on this and gives words of inspiration to all Puerto Ricans to inspire to do more, promote their cultural identity more and challenges Church leaders to do more to keep Puerto Ricans in the Catholic Church.
Established in 1957, The National Puerto Rican Day Parade serves to celebrate and help preserve Puerto Rican culture and to create national awareness of the contributions Puerto Ricans have made to mainstream society on a global scale. Its mission is to empower the Puerto Rican community through promoting arts, culture, education and civic engagement in an effort to help advance the Puerto Rican and Latino community. The Parade organizers embrace a responsibility to inspire Puerto Rican youth and instill a strong sense of self worth and pride in our community.
This is your opportunity to engage two of the parade organizers live on internet radio and ask them questions about the new direction of the Puerto Rican Day Parade has recently taken.
Our guests will be board members Rosa J. Gutierrez, MBA (Treasurer) and Louis Maldonado (Marketing)
This week we talk about Canada Day Parade the Passion Play and Stage West Theatre and more..
Karen and Kim discuss the Canada Day Parade in Airdrie. We were out and about in Airdrie on Canada Day videoing the parade and BBQ hopping around town. We created a video with highlights of the day that can be viewed on YouTube.com/kultureshake
The Kulture Shake team is heading to Drumheller July 13 to the Canadian Badlands "Passion Play" We talk a little on this and we call the lucky winner of our ticket giveaway to this production. Production starts July 11 and runs until July 27. You can find out more about this play or purchase tickets at www.canadianpassionplay.com
Karen and Kim were at StageWest Calgary taking in the current show AvenueQ The Musical. A hilarious musical show that includes puppets and actors with a storyline on finding ones life purpose. One of the funniest shows we have ever been to. For more info on this show or other upcoming shows go to www.stagewestcalgary.com Check our blog review at www.kultureshake.com
We touch on our upcoming visit to the Airdrie Public Library July 11 for their Friday summer Makerspace program. This free program is open to all ages and runs from 10:30-noon. This week they have Canadian author Jacquelyn Guest coming in to visit. Rebecca Burrows gives us the scoop? We will bring you more on next weeks show. You can find out more on this program at www.airdriepubliclibrary.ca
And keeping it country for Stampede week we have music from local country singer Mark Lorenz. Check him out at www.marklorenz.ca
That's it for this week!
JV and Binnall reunite for another edition of The Good Parade. This time around, the gang will celebrate Wrestlemania XXX and we'll also share some life stories, including the tale of Jer beating up a 9-year-old girl.
By all accounts the mood in Seattle today is electric. The Seahawks crushed the Broncos and won the Super Bowl. Today the team returns to its hometown for a parade that will likely rival an unprecedented celebration.
In case you’ve been living in a bunker, the Seattle Seahawks decimated The Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII 43-8 to take home their first Vince Lombardi trophy ever.
Our guests this morning are Michael Zislis of The Zislis Group and Kelly Stroman of the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association.
Michael Zislis – a frequent and favorite guest here on the show – is a South Bay native and the brain trust behind The Zislis Group.
Michael is the also the guy behind the fashionable boutique hotel, Shade Manhattan Beach, and the new Shade Redondo Beach which is under construction as we speak.
Kelly Stroman, another of our favorite guests, is the Executive Director of the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association and is a regular contributor to this program.
Every business in DTMB belongs to the Association, including the Farmers Market and it is Kelly’s responsibility to make DTMB an attractive place to shop, dine, play and stay. She has lived in MB for 15 years and has two teenage boys attending Mira Costa High School.
Kelly spent years volunteering within the public school system and raising money for the MB Education Foundation and she describes her current position as a fruitful combination of everything she has ever worked in or volunteered for.
She is passionate about keeping DTMB inviting to locals, Southern Californians and travelers from afar.
Kelly and Michael were responsible for putting everything in place for the LA Kings South Bay Stanley Cup Parade that took place in the Beach Cities on June 18 and this morning, they’re going to give us the back story on exactly how that came about.
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ANNUAL FREEDOM DAY PARADE & CELEBRATION. A wonderful and historical event for your entire family on Fri-1/1/10 from 1 pm to 3 pm.
Celebrate January 1, 1863 which is the day that Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. On this date all slaves in the confederate states of the U.S. legally became 'free'. Be a part of history and attend this event, January 1st, 2010.
Everyone is welcome! Feel free to bring your family and friends.
The parade starts at the Stockton Fairgrounds. 1658 South Airport Way, Stockton, California 95206. Going south on Airport Way to East 8th Street. Heading eastward all the way to the corner of 8th & D Street for reviewing at Ralph White’s house. Continuing to Pock Lane, turning right at Pock, and ending at the Maya Angelou Library. (There is no parking at the Fairgrounds, just line up along the parade route). See you there!
Also, please join us after the parade at 5 pm for food, activities and entertainment at Ralph White's House: 2201 E. 8th St., Stockton, California.
For more info or to be a part of the parade, please call (209) 464 8371.
FREE EVENT! Open to the public. Sponsored by the Stockton Black Leadership Council.
Our full recap on the Brazilian Day Parade in New York City. Plus, Veena K. from Desi Vibe interviews her biggest guests to date, Kanu Chauhan President of FIA, and Ramesh Patel, Chairmen of FIA, both key organizers of India's 66th Independence Day Parade in New York City.
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Formed in 2007 against the humble backdrop of fields and farmhouses, Darling Parade released three EPs before its full-length debut Battle Scars & Broken Hearts dropped last April. Battle Scars & Broken Hearts was funded by a Kickstarter campaign, which launched shortly after the band completed its first national tour with NBC's "The Voice" winner Cassadee Pope. Since the release of the new album, Darling Parade has taken the music world by storm. In June the band was declared the winner of the "Make a Band Famous" category at the MTV O Music Awards, and followed it up with a live performance at MTV's VMA Week. The group has since been named a MTV 'Artist to Watch' for December. Currently Darling Parade is starring in a Supercuts "Rock The Cut" national TV ad campaign and has music licensed for use by SyFy, The CW, ABC Family and more. Their album "Battle Scars & Broken Hearts" (Deluxe Edition) was released on December 3. For more information, visit www.darlingparade.com
Join peace activists, friends and family members of Daniel Somers (who took his own life after a long battle with PTSD) for a festive presence in the annual Electric Light Parade to raise awareness of the reality of how war impacts our lives.
We will build and decorate a float to promote PEACE ON EARTH and celebrate the gift of Life by handing out mint seedlings with a special holiday recipe to encourage organic living.
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