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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.
Brian Carr joined The Clean Air Campaign as communications director in April 2008. Prior to becoming communications director, Brian worked for Primerica Financial Services (part of the Citigroup network of companies), where he created successful internal and consumer campaigns.
Earlier in his career, Brian managed print and broadcast advertising during the launch of Cingular Wireless for BBDO Atlanta, an advertising agency. He also founded and ran his own firm for a time, providing grassroots marketing, design and interactive media services for e-commerce and retail clients.
Brian graduated from the University of Georgia in 1996 with a degree in journalism.
Our German Ancestry
Hosted by: Robert Schlattmann
Almost 80 years ago, on November 9, 1933, Brooke Hart was kidnapped and murdered. He was the son Alexander Hart, the jew owner of Leopold Hart and Son Department Store in Santa Clara. The men who murdered Brooke Hart were Thomas Harold Thurmond and John M. Holmes. They were lynched at 9:00pm on Sunday, November 26, 1933. Those who participated in the lynching consisted of the general public with varied backgrounds. No one was ever prosecuted for the lynching of the two men.
Tonight we expect a number of guests to call in and tell us what is happening in San Bernardino County. One of them is, Deorah Torres, of Kid 2 Kid Kloset, a 501 C3, which is specializing in helping needy families in the High Desert. Tune in tonight and find out how you can help this very worthwhile cause. Other subjects will also be discussed.
We have invited a number of people to join us tonight but have not as yet confirmed their appearance. For example we may hear about the Travis Bauer case and other issues involved in the Sheriff's Department and the race for Sheriff of San Bernardino County.
Sheriff Paul D. Schrader will be in transit to a speaking engagement in Victorville, for a Christian Concert at 17777 Nevada Street at 8:00 pm, so we may be talking with him from his car. We encourage all of our citizens in the county to call in and share events, comments, etc. with us tonight. After all this show is all about the residents of San Bernardino County.
Your can hear the show and talk on your computer or telephone. Our call in number is (347) 996-3116 and we are on every Monday night at 6:00 pm pacific time. To talk with the host just press "1" on your telephone. Our chat room will also be open. All programs are live but are recorded for future play. We encourage you to copy and share with your friends.
Our German Ancestry
Hosted by: Robert Schlattmann
Almost 80 years ago, on November 9, 1933, Brooke Hart was kidnapped and murdered. He was the son Alexander Hart, the jew owner of Leopold Hart and Son Department Store in Santa Clara. The men who murdered Brooke Hart were Thomas Harold Thurmond and John M. Holmes. They were lynched at 9:00pm on Sunday, November 26, 1933. Those who participated in the lynching consisted of the general public with varied backgrounds. No one was prosecuted for the lynching of the two men. I want to devote more time and thought for this topic. I think there's something more sinister happening here. While the lynching of criminals is acceptable at times, there may be other motives at play that have no relation to justice. The media incited this mob action and one might ask who made those decisions and why. The media also knew about their overwhelming power to shape public opinion that served their purpose for the moment. I suspect a criminal act of greater significance was perpetrated against the public by the media. Today we know our media is corrupt and doesn't serve the public interest.
Join us on the WomenOnTheWall.org radio Monday morning at 10am CST.
Today's show we will be connecting the dots. Is your school district applying for Race To the Top Federal funds? If so you must step up and stop them. Listen to find out why.
Email is making a big comeback. Small businesses are realizing that email marketing is still one of the strongest strategies in filling your marketing funnel.
In this episode you'll learn some of the components you need to create a great email to send to your database. You'll learn how it's constructed and what you need to make it memorable.
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
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!
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