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Tonight on "It's My House PM" we shall be exploring "International Off The Grid Dating Havens" where the majority of the populace speaks Spanish.
There are very popular dating/tourist locations around the world, but for the sophisticated International Player (male or female), but best places to meet people for social, business, or what ever are in "off the grid locations". Tonight we shall start off in Mexico (for some its Sexico) and see where are some of the best locations to visit or even relocate to where Spanish is spoken.
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Today on "Living Off The Grid Radio" we shall be exploring Mexico. Mexico as we all know borders the United States Of America and maybe because it is so close to the USA is is over looked and is very under rated as a place to travel to for vacations, start a business, or explore the dating scene.
Mexio has many opportunities on many different levels, so today we shall start to explore what positive worlds await us with our next door neighbors in Mexico.
With Miguel Cotto vs Saul "Canelo" Alvarez upon us, in a historical sense, it's now time to reflect upon the one of the greatest of all sports rivalries: Mexico vs Puerto Rico in boxing.
The feud goes back roughly 80 years and is tied to fights of various magnitude, and some of the best fighters ever to come out of both Mexico and Puerto Rico participated. From Julio Cesar Chavez and Salvador Sanchez, to Sixto Escobar and Felix Trinidad.
On this week's boxing history offering from Top Men Boxing Radio, Compubox operator and historian Aris Pina and Patrick Connor of The Fight City will wind through all of history's twists and turns when it comes to this great rivalry.
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Enjoy a transformative travel experience as we travel to North Korea, Malta, Mexico and Barbados.
Wendy Simmons is an intrepid traveler whose solo adventures have taken her from Ethiopia to North Korea and beyond. She joins World Footprints radio to share her wealth of travel advice and gives us a preview of her book about her trip to North Korea. She'll also share the outcome of a battle between a rat and her toothbrush.
The island nation of Malta has been a melting point of cultures for centuries and it is home to some of the world's most treasured antiquities and world heritage sites. But as Malta tourism representative Michelle Buttigeig tells us, Malta also has a strong Christian legacy and there is a lot of history still being discovered.
A few margaritas and a desire for something new inspired award-winning author Carol Merchasin and her husband to leave their life behind in America for a new life in Mexico. Carol's new book, "This Is Mexico: Tales of Culture and Other Complications" chronicles her comical misadventures as an expat.
The Caribbean island of Barbados stands out from its neighbors because of the island's unique history. Standing at the crossroads of Africa, Europe, North and South America, this small island has been part of the world's global trading system for centuries. In spite of its colonization by English explorers, Barbados was never a Crown colony. We'll explore the uinque history with the help of reknown Barbados historian Dr. Karl Watson.
1. Russia’s military intervention in support of President Bashar Assad has dismayed Gulf Arab enemies of the Syrian leader who say it will prolong the war and keep Syria firmly in the orbit of their arch regional rival Iran.
2. Pope Francis' first trip to the United States coincides with one of the holiest days on the Jewish calendar: Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement.
3. In a new stream of belligerent rhetoric, Iran’s chief of staff on Tuesday derided US lawmakers’ opposition to the recent US-backed nuclear agreement, and accused the US and Israel of sponsoring terrorism, while another Iranian military chief scoffed that Tehran had intimidated the US into abandoning the idea of using military force in the region.
4. Russian forces appear to be expanding their military presence in Syria through the development of two additional bases that pose new challenges for the Obama administration as it struggles to avert a clash with Moscow in the Middle East.
5. The Pentagon said on Tuesday that a Chinese military jet performed an "unsafe" maneuver in front of a U.S. reconnaissance plane last week.
You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.
The prophetic passage of Scripture that we are looking at today is Psalm 18:50 which reads: "Great deliverance giveth he to his king; and sheweth mercy to his anointed, to David, and to his seed for evermore."
Our second coming quote for today is from D.L. Moody. He said, "I never preach a sermon without thinking that possibly the Lord may come before I preach another."
This week on the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show, we broadcast from the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun, Mexico, perhaps the largest hotel in Latin America. We’ll be joined by Arnie Weissmann, Editor-in-Chief ofTravel Weekly, who discusses the changing definitions of volunteer vacations, and how over half of the traveling community gives back while on a leisure trip—as well as how this is transforming some travel brands.
Plus…have you ever traveled around the world to pursue one particular passion? Art history? Music? Fishing? Evan Saunders stops by to explain his worldwide travel in pursuit of the perfect…club sandwich! His report might surprise you. There’s all of this and more when the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun, Mexico.
Tonight on the Blitz with Bryan and TB,
We have our weekly chat with NBC Sports College Football Talk's Kevin McGuire as he joins the program to talk about the previous week in the world of College Football. He will share his take on Boise State and what does Utah State losing to New Mexico do to the Broncos in terms of the Mountain West and potential bowl games? Kevin will tell us tonight.
We look at the 2015-2016 BSU Basketball team as they start their season tomorrow against Montana.
We will also preview Saturday's game vs. New Mexico and more as we are LIVE!
The only thing better than a four-game winning streak is a longer winning streak. Orlando City won't have a chance to extend their run of form this weekend, as the club has a bye week, but there are two huge games left and if the Lions can win both, they might just sneak through the back door into the MLS playoffs.
That wouldn't have been possible without a big win over the Montreal Impact on Saturday night, but the Lions pulled it out with an 80th minute winner from Seb Hines. We break down the win over the Impact, including a scary clash of heads between Tommy Redding and Rafael Ramos, a great performance at right back from Brek Shea and a solid showing by the back line and defensive midfield.
We each select our Man of the Match and this week you get three different winners. We also discuss how the yellow cards to Kaká and Shea will affect next week's match against New York City FC and we even get into this Saturday's huge international match-up between the United States and Mexico.
We kept it short and sweet this week. Here's how it happened:
0:26- Our Montreal game rewind looks at a very important win for Orlando City and we still maintain it should have been a 2-0 final.
10:01- Our picks for Man of the Match
14:19- No Kaká or Shea against NYCFC. No problem?
20:10- USMNT vs. Mexico. Who you got?
We'll be back next week to recap the USA-Mexico match and look ahead to another monumental game against New York City FC in the Lions' home finale.
It seems like only yesterday we were filling the bowl for Orlando City's inaugural MLS match against fellow expansion side New York City FC. But now we're just a day away from the final home game of this first season in the league against...yep, NYCFC.
We're excited about Friday but also sad to see the season coming to a close. We'll get over that sadness if the Lions can stay in the playoff race for at least one more week.
With no Orlando City match to break down coming off the bye week, we instead shift gears and look back at the USMNT's disappointing 3-2 loss to Mexico in the CONCACAF Cup on Saturday. We discuss Jurgen Klinsmann and Brek Shea's involvement in the Costa Rica friendly. Plus, we look ahead to OCSC's expansion into the USL and NWSL. We should learn more about the USL team today.
And we're joined by Rafa Noboa y Rivera, editor-in-chief over at Hudson River Blue. Raf tells us what's new with NYCFC, talks about their recent upswing, and previews what their lineup will look like. He also gives us his final score prediction for Friday.
And we give you our key match-ups and score predictions as well.
Here's how the show unfolded:
0:26- USMNT talk, what's up with Jurgen Klinsmann and a look at Orlando City's upcoming expansion into the USL and NWSL.
33:04- Raf jumps aboard and tells us what we can expect from the New York City FC match on Friday.
55:56- Our key match-ups for Friday's home finale for Orlando City and our final score predictions.
That's it! We'll see you next week.
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