• 01:01

    Guest:Mark Valenzuela - Part 2

    in Religion

    54 year old Mark Valenzuela was only 11 years old when his father was killed in a truck roll-over just outside of his polygamous community of Pinesdale Montana. When Mark was just 14 years old, he was kid-napped, beat up and cut up. Those 3 men tortured him, and then rolled him off a mountain side in the dead of winter and left him to die. 40 years later, no legal or moral justice has happened to his perpetrators! 

    After all these years, they continue to lie and cover up those atrocities, asserting to those in the know, that their actions were vindicated by God.

  • 01:01

    Anna Valenzuela, Head of Digital Products

    in Business

    Anna Valenzuela is an Entrepreneur and Digital strategist. She was responsible for the first Brazilian Political Social Game, providing gamefication of the Brazilian Presidential Campaign in 2010. She is the founder of Migux, Brazil's largest online network for children with over 3M users. 

    Anna says, "It's really amazing to talk about this huge and always growing digital audience and how such complimentary markets as Bay Area and Brazil can enjoy the benefits of this moment."


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  • 00:29

    Interview with Author Anabelle Valenzuela Alarcon

    in Writing

    Author Anabelle Valenzuela Alarcon speaks with host Patrick Morgan about her book The Day an Angel Ran into My Room. Book Synopsis:
    Alessandra is a typical six-year-old, who one day meets an angel in her bedroom! Through this encounter, the little girl discovers her own power and magical inner world. This is the story of The Day an Angel Ran into My Room.
    At bedtime, Alessandra asks her mother if she can stay up for “only five more minutes.” Then she gets an unlikely visitor: her guardian angel, Angelisse. The angel looks very much like a child herself, making it very easy for Alessandra to relate to her.
    The angel explains to the little girl how important every person is in the universe, how every action causes a reaction, the importance of visualization, and many other magical things. The story teaches kids that they are never alone, since their guardian angels are always looking out after them, and that children have the power to change their world through their thoughts and actions.
    Author Bio:
    First-time author Anabelle Valenzuela-Alarcon grew up all over the world, including Europe, the United States and her native Honduras. For the past 18 years, she has lived in Miami with her family. She has worked in the communications field for the last 20 years. She was inspired to write this book by her kids.
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  • 02:01

    The Ruckus - Boxing New, Views, and Updates

    in Sports

    Tonight on The Ruckus we have a full house ...

    We are joined by future Hall of Fame fighter Israel Vazquez and two up and coming prospects coming up in the ring under his tutelage...

    Oscar Godoy (13-3, 6KOs) who fights Yoshihiro Kamegai on the upcoming Khan vs. Alexander undercard December 13th and Carlos "Macho" Lopez from Puerto Rico (5-1-1, 3KO's) who'll be fighting December 4th at the Del Mar Fairgrounds against Elias Espadas and broadcast on Fox Sports 1.

    Listeners will have the opporutnity to win an autographed gloves, t-shirts, and posters from Israel, Carlos and Oscar.

    Also on the show, FRESH of his victory against Oscar Valenzuela on last weekend's HBO's Boxing After Dark from Omaha, NE rapid rising Top Rank prospect Mike "Yes Indeed" Reed.

    Jeandra LeBeauf and Ryan Bivins will also be recapping last weekend's card from Omaha headlined by Terrence Crawford. Is Crawford the 2014 fighter of the year? Plus recaps from Tyson Fury's victory over Dereck Chisora and more! The show goes LIVE at 7PM PT and listeners will have the opporutnity to call into the broadcast by dialing 718.508.9852.





  • 00:22

    Building Your Network with Roberto Valenzuela

    in Photography

    Host for Building Your Network, Skip Cohen, spends some quality time with wedding photographer, Roberto Valenzuela. It's a great podcast with some serious ideas about how to practice your very best techniques along with some terrific comments on Roberto's new book.

  • 00:47


    in Entertainment

    Talking Smooth Jazz welcomes Saxophonist Isaac Valenzuela to talk about his new cd, Hush Little Baby.

  • 00:29
  • 00:43

    Recovery Radio Fresno with Louis Angel and Fresno New Connections.

    in Motivation

     The NNIA network presents  Recovery Recovery Radio Louis Angel  

    This week on the show we will be interviewing Rob Martin and Albert Valenzuela of Fresno New Connections.  We will be talking about the history of this program and how they got started in Fresno.  Rob is an experienced professional who has a love for helping those in need.  Albert is a counselor at the program and will be talking about how he struggled with an addiction and how he overcame.  His life will help you to understand how he never lost hope.  I look forward to hearing from any callers at 9pm pacific time.  Please call us at (818) 572-2947 and ask us questions.  If your struggling with an addiction I encourge you to listen in.  Its my hope that you will be encourged to gain the strength to seek the help you need to be clean and sober.  

    My contact email is recoveryradiofresno@gmail.com or 559-492-0215, you can also find RECOVERY RADIO FRESNO on Facebook, Youtube and Twitter.  Please dont forget to click the whole link to hear the whole show.  

  • 01:11

    The HD View with Elizabeth Valenzuela

    in Health

    Tuesday, December 3, 2013

    I am so excited about the month of December shows. This is the time of year for giving. We give to our family; to our friends and to others without expecting much in return. Tonight we are going to talk about the spirit of giving with a woman who puts this to practice all year-round.

    We begin with a story about an extraordinary woman and a remarkable homeless man. Elizabeth kept seeing Dale in the same place at certain times and had recognized him from prior years. She had avoided him thinking he was scary. One day when she was out to dinner with her son, she spotted Dale in a dark storefront sitting on a walker. At first she walked quickly to her car. But, when she looked back at him, she could see his silhouette, so frail and vulnerable, she thought… something was different this night.

    Tonight Elizabeth is here with us to talk about how she befriended Dale who turns out was suffering from Huntington's disease. She got him off the street and in selfless style she cared for him until his passing. How many homeless H'Dears are out there, friendless, scared, sick and hungry, helpless and alone?

    Tonight we honor Elizabeth for her spirit and determination to help our most vulnerable brothers and sisters, the homeless and tonight we honor Dale for the man he was and for the suffering he endured on streets of Seattle.

    Tuned in for and incredible story of love and respect and yes many, many challenges.


  • 01:36

    Radio Free America w/ Duke Brooks: The border, Israel and Delaware politics

    in Politics Conservative

    At the intersection of policy, history and politics, moving slowly toward the bright light of day, is Radio Free America!

    Tonight, another creepy and incriminating Lois Lerner email has surfaced...what will Issa's committee do?  Thousand of 3rd-world children are inundating the U.S. - Mexico border.  Are we obligated to take them in? Israel is attacking Hamas positions while the terror group fires hundreds of rockets at Israeli cities. Why is the world condemning Israel, but not the mohammedan terrorists?

    Plus...yesterday, two big-name Republicans filed to run for office in Delaware: Kevin Wade, now making his second run at the U.S. Senate, and Sher Valenzuela, getting ready for a primary battle against Ken Simpler for the GOP nomination for State Treasurer.  Kevin and Sher will be joining me to talk about their upcoming campaigns.

    The Germans defeated Brazil with an uncharacteristically lopsided score in World Cup soccer play.  Kristian will join us live from Denmark with expert commentary and analysis.

    Plus...some hangar flying, Civil War history, and...your calls!  Don't miss it!

  • 00:33

    Santiago Valenzuela on Communication in Management

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed small-business owner Santiago Valenzuela about "Communication in Management" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    In the workplace, the quality and quantity of communication between a manager and his directs hugely influences productivity. How can that communication be improved? 

    Santiago Valenzuela is a small business owner with a keen interest in good management. 

    To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. 

    For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.

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