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Well on today’s show… The Saturday Frenzy we will touch on:
THE ATLANTA HAWKS winning their playoffs series against the Brooklyn Nets.... we get you caught up on the rest of the NBA Playoffs in our “one-minute time out” segment!
The protests in Baltimore surrounding police brutality and the latest news coming from the Baltimore City State Prosecutor: Marilyn Mosley
Of course tonight’s Mayweather vs Pacqiou fight aka MAYPAC15
Why do non Mexican Americans bank on the Cinco De Mayo holiday when Mexicans hardly celebrate it themselves?
And did you about the Fulton County Judge, Judge Baxter who reduced the sentences for 3 of the educators who were found guilty in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating trial?
Did you know that the website and now social media site YouTube DOT COM turns 10-years old this May!
We have a returning guest this morning, Christian Wolf, Executive Director for the Torrance Cultural Arts
Christian’s background in the arts began in kindergarten. He started by putting on plays in his living
room and was a performing (paid) magician by age 12. Christian has worked as a performer (actor and
magician), writer (three produced plays, print and media copy, award winning video script), producer,
director (over 30 shows plus special events, music videos and student films), presenter (18 years for
venues of 199 to 1,500 seats), arts administrator, acting teacher, graphic designer and marketing
In addition to his current duties as the Executive Director for the Torrance Cultural Arts Center
Foundation, Christian has served as the Vice President of California Presenters for 4 years, where he
helped to launch the Artist Spotlight and still serves on this committee.
Christian was recently elected to the board of directors of Western Arts Alliance, an organization
servicing all the performing arts organizations of the western state.
This morning, we’re going to talk about the second annual South Bay’s Got Talent event and a few other
things going on at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center.
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This show features 5 basketball coaches from the Portland Metro area, who do a great job of teaching and coaching the great game of basketball.
The show is hosted by Greg Crawford, editor of http://gregcrawfordbasketball.blogspot.com and http://crawfordsgolfdaily.blogspot.com
This show features 5 coaches from the Portland, Oregon metro area, who do a great job of coaching and teaching young men the game of basketball.
The show is hosted by Greg Crawford, editor of http://gregcrawfordbasketball.blogspot.com and http://crawfordsgolfdaily.blogspot.com (golf and sports biz combo)
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 3:00 pm, SOUTH CENTERS CHAT with Host Tom Worley, PhD. The Ohio State University South Centers features Dan Remley, MSPH, PhD Assistant Professor, Field Specialist, Food, Nutrition, and Wellness at the OSU South Centers. Discussion will surround food project which seeks to improve healthy food access and food insecurity in rural communities. Additionally, Discussion will also be about diabetes and an on-line class for people with diabetes.
This morning we have a couple of returning guests - Sherry Kramer of Continental Development and El Segundo Police Chief Mitch Tavera.
Sherry Kramer is actively involved in several area Chambers of Commerce including El Segundo, Torrance, Palos Verdes Peninsula and Manhattan Beach. She has been Chairwoman of the Torrance, El Segundo and Manhattan Beach Chambers of Commerce. Her areas of focus include Legislative, Economic Development and Education Committees. Additionally, Sherry is involved in numerous philanthropic organizations, ones close to her heart include serving on the boards of Torrance Memorial Medical Center, The South Bay Police & Fire Memorial Foundation,
Chief Mitch Tavera is a life-long south bay resident. He began his career with the El Segundo Police Department in 1978 as a Police Cadet while attending college. He attended the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Academy in 1979 and since then has been promoted from Police Officer to Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain and, as of April 7, 2010, to Chief of Police. During the past thirty plus years, Chief Tavera has had several assignments; these include Criminal Investigator, WESTNET and LAIMPACT Team Leader, US Customs liaison, SWAT Team member, leader and Commander, Patrol and Detective Commander, and Captain over both the Administrative and Field Operations Bureaus. As Chief he has overseen the department for the past five years during which time several programs have been instituted to impact crime and protect the El Segundo community.
This morning, our guests will tell us all about the annual South Bay Medal of Valor Awards & Luncheon which will be held on Wednesday, May 20 at the Torrance Marriot Hotel.