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The happiest place on earth is full of fun secrets and stories. There is a great history behind everything in the park and the man Walt Disney. Nothing was done by chance. Even if you are not planning a visit to the park, you will enjoy the stories behind the greatest theme park in the world and the man that made it possible.
We have a lot of respect for Walt Disney and have learned a lot about the man over the years. He is definitely a blue according to the Color Code system and really cares about quality and service.
I (Kally), have been going to Disneyland since I was a little girl - it is a special place - a happy place. My father always went when he was growing up when he got to visit his father during the summer in California. My grandmother was one of the artists on the very first cartoon movie for Disney - Snow White.
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Health Conspiracy Radio – 1/27/15 – Hosted by Nick Brannigan.
Topics covered include:
Afraid of the Disneyland measles outbreak? Don't be fooled by Mickey Mouse science
MMR vaccine ingredients including bovine fetal serum and human DNA
Outspoken Vaccine Advocate States Measles Vaccine Can't Prevent Measles Outbreaks
Human Protein/DNA in vaccines: Is It Safe?
Scientists Just Found a Way to Make GMOs Much Safer
Four ways to easily tell what your poop says about your health
Today, I’m welcoming Dr. Mary Ann Block back to the show to talk about vaccines and legislation. As of this show (3/27/15), Texas Representative Jason Villalba plans to introduce a bill to eliminate religious and philosophical exemptions to school immunization requirements. Much of this activity, locally and federally, was started by a measles outbreak caused by an “unvaccinated woman at Disneyland”. A bill to eliminate these exemptions has already been introduced in California. We’ll be talking about this sudden interest in changing vaccine laws, and what it could mean to you and your family.
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Those beautiful flowers you see at a wedding or fancy event cost tons of money. At the end of the night those elaborate displays usually go straight in the trash, unless some enterprising partygoer takes them home. That's where ReBloom steps in.
Rebloom recycles the floral arrangements after big events, so they end up at your wedding the next day for cheap, or on your dining room table or on your desk at the office.instead of disappearing after a single night.
On this episode of Smart Companies Radio you'll meet CEO and founder Jennifer Soffen who will share with guest host Mary McKenna how she developed the business that combined cheaper flowers with giving to charity and recycling.
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Big Blend Radio host Lisa D. Smith, co-publisher of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, chats with Bruce Brown, the General Manager of the Desert Hills Golf Course in sunny Yuma, Arizona. Desert Hills is a par 72 championship course that features 6,800 yards of challenging topography and scenic views, and has been the site of several professional events including the Ben Hogan and Nike Tour Events. There is an on-site Pro Shop, as well as golf lessons from a PGA professional, and other seasoned instructors. Practice areas include a driving range, pitching, and putting surfaces. The Desert Hills Clubhouse features The Hills Restaurant Patio & Bar that offers indoor and patio dining, with a golf course view.
This interview originally aired on March 2, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Spring in Yuma, Arizona show.
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Tune in tonight as we take you to a paradise on Earth known as Serenbe. Founder, Steve Nygren takes us into this sustainable community he built with a 25 acre organic farm, green space, playhouse and fine dining where the New York Times said nature and urbanism meet.
Next, Brionte McCorkle of The Sierra Club the nations largest environmental organization with more than 2 million members, stops by to share what the group is doing in Georgia and how you can join them to help save our environment!
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Executive Chef Jean-Pierre Dubray of The Resort at Pelican Hill dishes the details about the resort’s surprisingly popular items, like Thai Fettuccine. Then, he explains why farm-to-table is not a new concept—more of an ever-evolving one. All of this and more on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from the The Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach, California.
Native New Yorker, Cheryl “Cherry Bomb” Winley was born and raised in one of the most affluent counties in the eastern most part of Long Island. The progeny of scholarly and dignified parents, Cherry’s childhood not only mimicked richness and decadence it encompassed balance and an avid love of the English language. However, being gifted with a passion for English and poetry wasn’t her only reward; Cherry’s parents would reward her every action with monetary treats. By the age of 15, Cherry’s lifestyle would consist of limitless credit cards, fine dining, cars, and shopping and more shopping. The excessive gratification from her parents would in turn increase Cherry’s desires and by the age of 16 she would meet her first real boyfriend, a drug dealer, who would change the suburban girl into a lady and a hustler’s wife. Fast money, fast living, diamonds, designer brands and fancy cars; Cherry’s years as a young adult would be a ‘glamorous life’. Cherry decided to pen her strategy, thus, her authorial debut I Am Not a Hoe – a handbook that details Cherry’s best possession; her game, her time, and her attention and as Iceberg Slim would say “the game is to be sold not told”.