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Travel writer Linda Kissam 'Food, Wine & Shopping Diva', chats with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about her recent visit to 'Tin City' in Paso Robles, California. 'Tin City' is a grouping of small wineries, some tasting rooms, and artisan businesses houses in tin buildings, within an industrial complex that is officially called Marquita Crossing. Linda discusses three wineries: Giornata, Field Recordings, and Clos Solene. Watch for Linda's upcoming article on 'Tin City', in the July issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
This interview originally aired on June 7, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays show that broadcasted live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
Paso Robles Food Cooperative Our vision is to create a community center focused on local food. We see an opportunity to connect the demand for fresh, healthy, and local food with the abundance -- and incredible diversity -- of what our farmers are producing here on the Central Coast. We are a group of community members that have been volunteering our time to take the concept and vision of a local food co-op through the development stages from organizing to opening of the store. The process is quite natural and straight forward, many guidebooks and toolkits exist, but nothing can save us from the experience and reward of organizing our community to meet its own needs. It is up to all of us to make the Paso Food Co-op a reality!
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In a nutshell, the author, Gaines Baty, is a Dallas-area CEO and former all-conference football player at Texas Tech. Several years ago, he began doing some research to write a book about the dad he never really got an opportunity to know -- All-American Texas A&M QB Buryl Baty. Long story short, Baty was an all-everything quarterback and local hero who left A&M to serve in WWII. He came back after the war in Europe, re-enrolled, won big, was drafted by the NFL's Detroit Lions, shunned professional football and chose instead to coach at an impoverished school (Bowie High) in El Paso. There, he took a group of Mexican American kids who'd never won a thing or really been fought for in any way (Baty took a real stand against some deep-seated bigotry before anything like a civil rights movement began) and not only greatly shaped their character, but led them to multiple championships. Then, just as they were preparing to win a third, he was killed in an auto accident on a scouting trip. He was 30 years old (a few of the many pics we have are below). Gaines was just three.
50 years later, Gaines embarked on a journey to get to know his dad and tell his story. He interviewed dozens of his former players (who say he completely changed their lives and the course of destiny for their families for generations) and those he played against (he was a contemporary of guys like the legendary Doak Walker and Tom Landry and played them toe to toe. Hall of Fame coach Raymond Berry says, in fact, that Baty was the best back he ever coached). Sept.15 -- Oct. 15 being Hispanic Heritage Month, btw, and the ongoing immigration debate makes what he did all the more relevant.
The book comes highly recommended by the likes of Roger Staubach
Chris Babcock is the Editor in Chief of El Paso Herald-Post, a self avowed"AV Geek" we will talk about news, sports, family and the eventful life of a journalist.
Then in our second hour we have rescheduled our visit with Psychic Medium Kathryn Wilson, who is a experienced paranormal investigator. Kathryn enjoys connecting clients with their loved ones that have crossed over. TV personality as seen on A&E, Discovery Channel and MTV, she is the host of Spooky Kathy Radio on Live Paranormal. Kathryn has traveled the country speaking and ghost hunting some of the most notoriously haunted locations in America.
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Thursday, October 1st, at 10PM ET/7PM PT, "War a Week" Radio presents a special "El Nino and TMB Entertainment" edition of Ringside Report with Joseph Herron, featuring special guests Heavyweight David "El Nino" Rodriguez (36-2, 34 KOs) and talented fight trainer Rick Morones Jr.!!
To kick off tonight's program, "War a Week" Radio welcomes Heavyweight David "El Nino" Rodriguez back to the show!! The hard punching El Paso native will deliver a special announcement, regarding his career in the squared circle and a potential return to the ring in 2016!! Mr. Rodriguez will also share his thoughts on the current landscape of boxing, as well as the upcoming events on the 2015 boxing calendar!!
At the 30 minute mark,"Ringside Report" is proud to welcome talented fight trainer and president of TMB Entertainment, Rick Morones Jr!! The hard working boxing coach will be promoting his upcoming TMB special event at Mission's Stadium in San Antonio, Texas on Saturday, November 14th!! Rick Jr. will also talk about the future of his talented Welterweight, Benjamin "Da Blaxican" Whitaker (10-1, 2 KOs), and his next tough assignment against undefeated 147 pound prospect Keenan Smith (8-0, 3 KOs), which is slated to air on ShoBox, Friday, November 6th!!
Don't miss this special edition of "Ringside Report" with Heavyweight David Rodriguez and trainer Rick Morones Jr.!!
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