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Virtual Training-in Spanish offers business-related virtual training online that employers can use to train Spanish-speaking employees. Our customers are businesses that have employees who need training on a various topics in Spanish. We also provide services to existing companies/consultants/trainers that deliver training to businesses in English that are looking to expand their market to the Spanish-speaking online training niche.
Ola from Flavor Living Radio... There's a Spanish Theme in today's show. Listen in to Scoff and Quaff... and have your maracas,peppers and spices ready. Spanish show with wine expert @colinonwine calling in from Moraira, Valencia with in the studio Nick Blythe, @paellafellawww.paellafella.co.uk , cooking up paella & more , & co-presented by Russell Burton-Lawrence. Sponsor...New E-Book at www.flavorliving.com Author Shirley Wiggerman writes The Folly of Performing Without A Rehearsal Short Stories and Food Thoughts...
My good friend and tranquilo amigo from Spanish school will be joining us to talk about his Journey with the LORD over the past few years and What GOD is doing with he and his family and a "Portable Church" in Cleveland Ohio ( Well Loraine Ohio... but .....close enough)
This is Part 1 of a Series on The Spanish Journey:
Please join with me on part of who I am and the other thousands of people like myself. Our story is not as familiar and so well known, but it is part of the Spanish History in the Americas today.
Tonight joining Joey will be Author Patricia Ruiz Steele- who has written "The Girl Immigrant", Author Gloria Lopez who has written and compiled the Book and CD "An American Paella", Michael Munoz who is the Webmaster and Designer of the Facebook historical page "Hawaiian Spaniards" Finally joining us will be Researcher, Director and Webmaster of Spaniards in the USA, James Fernandez.
Hola! Family time is a very special moment and throughout our extremely busy day parents sometimes forget to include the little ones in their daily activities, but not tonight! Tune in and enjoy a dialouge session with our special guest tonight as the children express themselves by sharing their readings, mathematics, and Spanish with you. Its a show you will encourage your children to engage in. We can't wait to have you join our show this evening they have alot of questions to ask!
Special Guest Robert Smith Jr. - Florida History and the 2014 Florida Primaries
August 26tth - Florida Primaries
Referendums for Orange County....NO and NO
FLORIDA OF THE CONQUISTADOR http://floridahistory.org/conquistador.htm
MONARCHY AND MERCANTILISM IN FLORIDA
Unknown to the Indians of Florida, their destiny was being determined by political and economic forces taking place across the Atlantic Ocean in Europe. At the end of the fifteenth century, thousands of daring adventurers would be crossing the ocean to conquer within a few centuries what had taken the Indians thousands to years to inhabit.
The conquistadors of Spain who ventured into the lands of the Indians were motivated by many forces. The discovery of gold in Mexico and Peru convinced thousands of impoverished Spanish peasants to join the military. Men fropm wealthy families also joined the cause of exploring the New World. Under the rules of primogeniture, younger sons of the nobility would not inherit much of the family estate, but leading a successful colonial mission could give you the funds to build a castle.
PONCE de LEON - MAN OF MANY MYTHS
JUAN PONCE DE LEON who is acknowledged as the discoverer of Florida. Since there existed two ancient maps showing the southern helf of Florida which predate Ponce de Leon's trip to Florida, he did not discover Florida but verified it was part of North America.
The grandson of a famous war hero, Ponce de Leon was trained to be a soldier and public servant. This indicates he was not a man of wealth despite the notability of his family background.
1783 Florida returned to Spain in exchange for Bahamas and Gibraltar
1821 United States acquired Florida from Spain by treaty
ST. LOUIS COUNTY - A local theater franchise has canceled plans to show a new documentary about race in St. Louis County. According to Riverfront Times, Wehrenberg Theaters has decided not show the film "Spanish Lake" at local theaters when it's released this year. The film chronicles the decline of the North St. Louis County town, "Spanish Lake," situated just 8 miles from Ferguson, MO. Ferguson is the city currently experiencing daily protest since August 9, 2014 when Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed 18 year old Michael Brown. Many believe the decline of both Ferguson and "Spanish Lake" are due to redlining by the county government.
The film's Facebook page posted the following statement:
SPANISH LAKE was planned to come back to St. Louis theaters on September 5th. However, Wehrenberg Theatres has decided to cancel the screenings due to the recent developments in Ferguson. We respect their decision and are sensitive to the tensions in the area, but we are disappointed because we believe the message of the film is more important than ever before.
"Doctor Fred Says..." in Spanish today:
Today's Topic is: "Why we should be taking Moringa nutrition - Plus, Dr. Valdes will detail Smartmix TM and Supermix TM and Prime 90 TM.
Each Wednesday, Dr. Valdes - along with his associate Dlynn Saumer - brings us up-to-date information on the state of health in the world today.
Presently Dr. Valdes teaches part-time at a medical school close to Miami. His background is emergency medicine and he has spent many years studying alternative medicine. In his team are doctors, chiropractors. professional athletes, alternative health care practitioners and therapists.
It’s no secret that Spanish-language comedy is full of mystery – by “mystery” I mean midgets, pies in the face, and banana peel slips. But why? In this episode I try to figure it out, but better than figuring out the problem, I believe we’ve gotta find a solution. Listen to the podcast episode:
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Guests: Barry Jacobsen joins me for one last look at World War I plus Leslie Eastman and the Spanish flue pandemic of 1918.
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CUBANOS IN WISCONSIN BY SILVIO CANTO JR