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He is a man of incredible talent - writer, producer, director, father, husband, and screenplay composer - he is Jose Prendes. Join us today for an introspective look into his career, the challenges involved with entertainment and all of his accomplishments to date and to come. Please join us.
Awake in the DREAM Radio with Laura Magdalene Eisenhower and Dr. DREAM, this week's guest is Jose Escamilla. Our topic is: “UFOs, the Truth will Prevail”
Jose Escamilla is from Roswell, New Mexico. He has been living in southern California since 1977. Jose has been involved in the research and investigations of an aerial phenomenon he discovered in 1994, called RODS. His expertise as a film and video editor of over 30 years has made him a world renown figure in the world of UFOS, RODS, The MOON and the Paranormal.
His film UFO: The Greatest Story Ever Denied has gained international acclaim as the best documentary film ever made on UFOs. Kevin Smith, Director of Clerks and Dogma; says’ “UFO is the Loose Change of UFO Documentaries”, Michael Luckman, author of “Alien Rock” calls it “the Farenheight 911 of UFO documentaries” and his film stylings bring the delivery of UFOs as never before.
Known for his highly controversial films, Jose Escamilla has lectured at conferences in the UK, Mexico and the US.
He has numerous radio and television appearances and his name and image has over 1 billion household impressions worldwide, and now on Awake in the DREAM Radio!
See www.AwakeInTheDREAMRadio.com for the Archive of past shows and infomration on future broadcasts.
Guest: Fernando Hernandez, author of "The Cubans: Our footprints across America."
His book traces the contributions that Cuban immigrants have made in the United States from as far back as the 1800s until the present time.
We will remember today the life and times of Jose Marti, who died on this day in 1895. How significant is he to those of us Cuban Americans who grew up in the US?
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Welcome to the award winning show “the Conversation” in its 4th year airing on Blog Talk Radio. This show features the brightest and most unique guests we can find. We offer a dose of positive energy to inspire, motivate and educate you our listeners. Welcome sit back and enjoy the show!
Hosts: Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey
Joyce Hyser Robinson: You remember her from the 80's cult classic "Just One of the Guys" now she's a powerful activist running the "The Harold Robinson Foundation"!!!
Jose James: Please welcome R&B sensation Jose James! Here to talk about his Album release "While You Were Sleeping" and his current concert tour!!!
Rodney Perry- Comedian Rodney Perry joins the Conversation to talk about all the hot new projects under his belt and more!!
Robert Gould: A Credit GURU!!! Nuff said!
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BSR Panelists will discuss the upcoming San Jose Earthquakes season. We will play our exclusive interviews with Earthquakes President Dave Kaval and San Jose Councilwoman Rose Herrera. We will also talk about the San Jose Earthquakes new logo event in downtown San Jose.
Jeremy and Chris are joined by Jimmy Durkin of the San Jose Mercury News. We will discuss San Jose State football which will include a little bit of recruting, the new hire of Greg Robinson as defensive coordinator and just an early look at the team as they begin spring practice on Feb. 21.
lIt's National Volunteer Week
"National Volunteer Week, April 6-12, 2014, is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging people to seek out imaginative ways to engage in their communities. It’s about demonstrating to the nation that by working together, we have the fortitude to meet our challenges and accomplish our goals." Points of Light
This week Herb Grasshof volunteer extrodinare at the San Jose Municipal Rose Garden joins us to talk about his work at the garden and also how they recruit and train volunteers for projects at the garden. Herb has given over 1,300 hours of volunteer service working in this garden. We'll also be chatting about the roses planted there.
"After working in the high tech industry as a Manufacturing Engineer I retired in 1995. Volunteering in the community was one of the things I planned to do. After searching for a suitable match that did not put time/ schedule restraints on me, I found the local garden where I can pursue a lifelong interest in nature." - Herb Grasshof
Friends Of The San Jose Municipal Rose Garden Website
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