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  • 01:16

    Black Gay L.A: A discussion with Brandon Anthony.

    in Lifestyle

    A lot of gays from other cities view Los Angeles as a social mecca complete with upscale clubs, chic restaurants, and celebrity sightings on every corner. They also believe it to be a safe-haven for them to be out and open; living the life of a -mock- Kardashian while enjoyoing all the city has to offer. How true that is remains to be seen; especially for members of the Black gay community. Believe it or not, as large as Los Angeles is there are no bars dedicated to Black gays and only one club (that opens and closes at will). However, Brandon Anthony (The Socialite House) is doing his part to change all of that. He's young, sexy, hip, and one of my co-stars in the upcoming original series 'Cheetah in August'. 


    Tune in to hear how Brandon is reshaping the Los Angeles Black gay party scene with his special events and long awaited Generation X Black Pride Celebration. The events July 1st to July 5th agenda will have even the most skilled party goer worn completely out.


    Check out the Generation X website: www.lagenerationx.com


    Check out the trailer for Cheetah in August: https://youtu.be/zgu31ezuIe8


     


     

  • 02:15

    RUDE MONDAYS W/ RUDE RON !!!

    in Film

    ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING !!!

  • 00:43

    WARRIOR WOMAN RADIO- LORI FORTUNA, CEO OF LORI FORTUNA COACHING

    in Lifestyle

    I’m Lori Fortuna, the Founder and Chief Experience Officer at Lori Fortuna Coaching. My mission is to help you reestablish amazing and effective old fashioned customer service. My clients are small business owners, mainly retail and restaurant, whose customers have been dwindling over time. I will use my 7 Step “Reclaim Your Customers” Strategy System to transform your team and reestablish your culture to consist of happy and well trained employees which will result in WOW experiences to remember for every customer. I bring over 25 years of operations and human resource management experience. I have a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Development and Counseling, am certified with the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching and am credentialed as a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation. Any day that I have the opportunity to teach, coach and guide leaders and their teams to reach their highest potential is a great day for me


    www.lorifortuna.com


    Join Lori for a FREE Tele-class on July 8 at 2pm EST www.happycustomershappylife.com


     

  • 02:02

    For Everything There is a Season, Even in Money Matters

    in Christianity

    Ecclesiastes 3:1 states, "For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven" (ESV). This is also true of how you should manage your money as a Christian. We should look for ways to save, get out of debt and remain out of debt. Join us today as we discuss the proper seasons for making purchases, such as: 



    When is a good time to purchase a car?
    When is the best day to go to the grocery store?
    What season do I purchase clothes for winter, spring, summer and fall? 
    What time of year do I purchase a house?
    When do restaurants run the most specials?


    We'll also talk about current events, such as the Supreme Court ruling on marriage and other hot topics.

  • 01:00

    Manhattan Beach Chamber Events

    in Current Events

    We have a couple of returning guests this morning, Jill Brunkhardt from Chevron and Nancy Vrankovic from the Simm’s Group.


    Jill Brunkhardt has been a Public Affairs Representative at the Chevron El Segundo Refinery since September 2006. She’s very active in the community and currently sits on the board of directors for the Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce, Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden, Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce and several other organizations.


    Nancy Vrankovic is the Director of Catering and Special Events for Simms Restaurants, a relatively new company based in Manhattan Beach with a rich family history in the restaurant business.  She began her career in her family’s restaurants in Arizona as a teen, bussing tables to make gas money.  What began as an after school job blossomed into a career when she began managing a restaurant while attending the University of Arizona. She then worked at the Westin la Paloma where she worked her way up to Catering Sales Manager.


    Our guests are on the Manhattan Beach Chamber Executive Board and this morning, we’re going to talk about the different Chamber events that are scheduled for the rest of the year.


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    To Find Out More about Jackie Balestra visit


    http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com


    To Find Out More about George Butts visit


    Web: http://www.MBCERTA.org


    Email: gbutts@mbcerta.org


    To Find Out More Your Host, Joe Terry visit


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  • 00:00

    Is It Okay for Restaurants to Racially Profile Their Employees?

    in Books

    We seem to have decided that ethnic food tastes better when it's served by people of that ethnicity (or at least something close). Does this make sense -- and is it legal?

  • 02:43

    Weekly Pop Culture Crazy report!

    in Pop Culture

    Hr1   Why does the mere mention of the Confederate Flag, even in a historical context, cause the Left to lose their liberal minds?


    JPMorgan tells employees to change their "descriptors" to be more inclusive. No more husbands, wives, boyfriends, girlfriends so as not to offend anyone, replace those words with "partner." What if my wife is offended when I don't refer to her as my "wife"? The language isn't inclusive. It just creates a new set of people to exclude and offend. You can't please everyone.


    Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency, joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else.


    Talking about trends: armpit hair, tall girls & heels, white privilege, millennials, gender neutral baby names, and more pop culture.


    Hr2   Racial hatred is learned at home. Little aboriginal girl is ridiculed for dressing up like Frozen character, Elsa. No child should be subjected to being shamed because of their skin color.


    Welfare mentality. It's not a human right for taxpayers to pay for your marriage or honeymoon!


    McDonald's reduces restaurants in US for 1st time since 1970! Why is that? Economy? Service?


    Mother of armed robber who was shot dead when he was robbing a clerk wants the shooter prosecuted since the gun wasn't pointed at him. 


    Hr3  Only in America would a Christian club be forbidden to insist it’s leadership be Christians. CSU reverses ban, finally!


    Woman offended by In God We Trust on police cars. Think she uses money? SCOTUS has already ruled, national motto is ok. Deal with it.


    Christians upset over pro-Islam billboards. It's free speech people. Feel free to put up some Jesus signs.

  • 01:26

    Plum Luv Foods Season 2 Episode 16 Rev Dave Ciancio

    in Food

    On this episode we talk to one of the coolest people I have met. The Rev David Ciancio. ( http://revdavidciancio.com/ )


    Rev is aruguably one of the formost experts on burgers in America.


     


    Currently Rev is the Director of Marketing for Schweid & Sons, a family owned and operated gourmet ground beef purveyor located in Carlstadt, NJ. Schweid & Sons’s high quality ground beef can be found in grocery stores around the north east and at restaurants all over the country. His role is to take his passion for hamburgers and match it with his years of experience in branding and hospitality marketing. Restaurants like Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Fuddruckers, GENUINE Roadside and Tasty Burger use Schweid & Sons ground beef.


    We talk burgers, we talk TV, and we talk judging on this episode of PlumLuvFoods Live!


     


     

  • 00:31

    Liberty Unbridled with Ken Moellman

    in Politics

    We're LIVE at 7PM Eastern Time. Tonight: A short show, due to father's day.  A science update and the first gubernatorial "debate".

    Ken Moellman gives the run-down on the state of Liberty in Kentucky.  Tune in weekly as Ken Moellman addresses major issues, in Kentucky and the nation, and promotes solutions based in liberty.  Ken Moellman is a political activist who has been a campaign manager, candidate, and party leader. He is now the owner of the polling firm Northern Kentucky Opinions.

  • 00:35

    Mikaila Ulmer: Teen-preneur of BeeSweet Lemonade

    in Motivation

    Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, Speaker, Consultant, and  Community Advocate. www.svetlanakim.com 


    Our Guest: 


    Mikaila Ulmer founded BeeSweet Lemonade at the age of four, after two major events: She was stung by a bee–twice in one week, and her Great Granny Helen sent a her 1940's cookbook, which included a special recipe for Flaxseed Lemonade. From there Mikaila transformed her fear of bees into a passion for social entrepreneurship. Her healthy lemonade uses fresh mint, flaxseed, with a percentage of the profits form sales going to local and international organizations fighting to save the bees. Her recipe won "Most Creative Lemonade" in Austin's 2011 Best Lemonade contest. Since then, Mikaila has been awarded Teen-preneur of the Year Award by Greater Austin Black Chamber and Best Kid-trepreneurial Biz 2013 by The Austin Chronicle.


    Today, the award-winning BeeSweet Lemonade is buzzing off the shelves of Whole Foods Markets in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, and is available at a growing number of restaurants, food trailers and natural food delivery companies. In addition to making BeeSweet Lemonade, Mikaila conducts peer-led workshops about entrepreneurship and saving honeybees. For more about BeeSweet Lemonade, events, recipes, and retail locations, please visit www.beesweetlemonade.com


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  • 01:01

    South Bay Summer Vacations & Staycations

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Keri Franklin from the Four Points by Sheraton LAX and Andrea Murray from The Belamar in Manhattan Beach.


    Andrea Murray began her hospitality career at her Mom’s small catering company at the age of 12. She has worked in several upscale and casual restaurants throughout San Francisco including:  Palomino, XYZ, and McKormick & Kuleto’s among others.  Andrea launched her hotel career with W Hotels and was Director of Whatever/Whenever at W San Diego. She went on to become the Director of Welcome at W Silicon Valley and the Outlet Manager at W San Francisco.  


    Keri Franklin is the Director of Sales & Marketing for Crescent Hotels & Resorts at the Four Points by Sheraton LAX.  She is responsible for directing the efforts of a proactive sales and catering team by selecting, motivating, developing, and leading the team in order to achieve individual and hotel revenue goals. Prior to her current position, Kei was Director of Sales for the DoubleTree by Hilton LAX in El Segundo and a Sales Manager for Embassy Suites.


    This morning we’ll be talking about taking a summer vacation or staycation right here in the South Bay.


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    To Find Out More about Jackie Balestra visit


    http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com


    To Find Out More about George Butts visit


    Web: http://www.MBCERTA.org


    Email: gbutts@mbcerta.org


    To Find Out More Your Host, Joe Terry visit


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