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  • 00:18

    Talking Picture Host Paul discussing Newport Beach F.F. (part 1)

    in Film

    Host Paul Booth and Co-Executive Producer of Talking Pictures Carolyn Booth discuss the 2015 Newport Beach Film Festival's retrospective screening of La Bamba.

  • 01:00

    Newport Beach: Home of Arrested Development

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade for a summer of sun, sand and waves in Newport Beach, California, the place where the popular series Arrested Development is set. The Bluth family frozen banana stand doesn't really exist, but we will tell you about the two places on Balboa Island that both claim to have invented the frozen banana and Balboa bar. Besides being a fun setting for the show, Newport is a great place to visit. We'll have interviews with locals to find out about renting a beach house, surf and sail lessons for your kids, biking the boardwalk or shopping at Fashion Island. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade. 
     

  • 00:34

    Family Travel to Chicago - Part 2

    in Travel

    The Travel Brigade Radio Show takes you to Chicago, a metropolis with so many different things to do you’ll always find something everyone in your family will enjoy. Whether it’s parents, kids or that most difficult of travel groups to please - teens - the entire group will love the Windy City. In the second part of a two part episode, we have interviews with Shedd Aquarium, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade. Listen to Part 1 here.

  • 00:42

    Family Travel to Chicago - Part 1

    in Travel

    The Travel Brigade Radio Show takes you to Chicago, a metropolis with so many different things to do you’ll always find something everyone in your family will enjoy. Whether it’s parents, kids or that most difficult of travel groups to please - teens - the entire group will love the Windy City. In this first part of a two part episode, will have interviews focusing on Sky Deck at Willis Tower and the Chicago Architecture River Cruise. We’ll also have an interview with one of the waitress/performers at the famous Ed Debevic’s restaurant. This is part 1 of a 2-part episode. Part 2 will feature interviews with the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Contemporary Art and Shedd Aquarium. Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade. Enjoy the trip! Listen to Part 2 here.

  • 00:46

    Travel Today - The One&Only Palmilla

    in Travel

    This week's episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from The One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos, Mexico. After being hit by Hurricane Odile in September 2014, Los Cabos was badly damaged. Like many other properties, the One&Only Palmilla suffered major wounds and had to close for a massive recovery and rebuilding effort. But now it’s back, and some would say, better than ever.


    The resort’s staff pulled together as a community in one of the stronger examples of a public/private partnership. Arnie Weissmann, Editor-in-Chief of Travel Weekly, talks about disaster tourism and why now is the time to go to Los Cabos. Then the President of the Los Cabos Humane Society, Aida Trujillo, talks about animal displacement after the storm and how visitors can help…including international pet adoption! (Hint—you get to fly your new pet home…for free!). All of this and more on this week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from The One&Only Palmilla. 

  • 00:42

    Travel Today - InterContinental Hong Kong

    in Travel

    This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the InterContinental Hong Kong. Peter's been going there since 1980, when the hotel first opened as the Regent. Later it became the Four Seasons, and it is now one of the crown jewels of the InterContinental chain. The hotel even has a Michelin star restaurant.


    Joining him is Senior Editor for Time Hong Kong Liam Fitzpatrick, who is speaking about the pro-democracy Umbrella Movement and how it has changed the dynamic of one of the most vibrant cities in Asia. And The InterContinental’s Director of Engineering, Harvey Wong, talks about the hotel’s environmental initiatives, including beekeeping (and homemade honey) on the roof. All that and more on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg. 

  • 00:57

    Prehistory: A Traveler's Guide S1E4- Marine Reptiles Part 3: Nothosaurs

    in Science

    In this episode, we will look a the Nothosaurs. Plus three exciting stories that has shed light on pack hunting behavior in raptors, the dog-wolf split, and Washington State's first dinosaur fossil. Also, a behind-the-scenes JW featurette, another prehistoric thriller novel, and a new dinosaur in Mesozoica. Then, our first dinosaur Paleo-Fauna of the Week and it's Cambrian vs. Silurian in our Prehistoric Match Up. Please join us in the world of Paleontology. 

  • 00:25

    Bougie Girl Life Podcast: Rockin' Your Bad A** Beach Self This Summer

    in Motivation

    Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses rockin' your bad a** beach self this summer.

  • 00:17

    From Whale-like Beached Body, to Beach Ready Beach Body. My Journey.

    in Finance

    I will be 50 years old next year.


    I lost 30 pounds last year and I have another 30 more pounds to go, and I don’t want to wait another year to lose the next 30.


    In my past I was willing to starve, use OTCs, exercise 3 hours per day, etc – ALL the unhealthy stuff, to get an UNSUSTAINABLE outcome. Back then, it was all about how I looked.  Exercise was not a health strategy; exercise was the necessary torture to achieve a swimsuit body. Nutrition was all about calories.  As long as I stayed under 1200, it did not matter if they all came from sugar and french fries.  Any weight I lost was un-sustained. For me, a yo-yo was not a toy.  It was my way of life.  Anyone reading this can relate?


    Last year, I bought a Fitbit, and I did Pastor Rick Warren's The Daniel Plan.  I shared that with you here on Debt-Free Wealth Radio.  However, those efforts and strategies that helped me lose 30 pounds, are now only working to maintain my weight.  I am ready for the FAB dimension.  Such a place exists.  I used to live there.


    That is why I became a Beach Body Coach.  No!  I am not asking you to check out the business opportunity, that is not why I joined.  I was frustrated with the luke-warm gym goers, I could not find others like me who took their progress seriously.  I realized that those who did, were becoming fitness and nutrition coaches - so, I decided to join them.   


    I am responsible for my my life, so I strategically create my environment for success, because you can't trip over success - you need to create it for yourself. Instead of seeing myself as a Beach Body Coach though, I see myself as a Tutor, one student helping another. In helping, I reinforce my skills and confidence moving me to my next level while helping you get yo

  • 01:00

    Make A Wish, Adventure Travel Law and Globetrotting Lessons

    in Travel

    Travel is one of the most transformative life experiences anyone can have.  It can renew one’s energy, bring immeasurable joy, even inspire a life’s direction and encourage hope.  The Make A Wish foundation understands the power of travel.  Since 1980 the organization has granted over a quarter of million wishes for children with life-threatening diseases.  75% of the wishes involved travel.  Josh deBerge from Make A Wish joins us to share some inspiring stories and how the organization (with your help) can continue bringing hope and joy into children’s lives.


    For people like us we felt we needed to choose between our legal careers (yes, we are both lawyers) and travel.  However, Chun Wright, combined law with her passion for travel led her fill a void in the travel industry.  Chun has carved her space as an Adventure Travel Lawyer and is considered the preeminent attorney in this emerging legal field. 


    Bob Hemphill has spent the better part of a decade racking up millions of airline frequent flier miles traveling the Globe helping to build a multi-billion dollar solar energy company from a start-up.  From his service in the Vietnam War to international business negotiations and unique cultural practices, Bob has seen and done it all.  In his new book,  Dust Tea, Dingoes and Dragons: Adventures in Culture, Cuisine and Commerce from a Globe-Trekking Executive, Bob shares hidden gems and 5 rules for international business travelers.
     

  • 00:30

    Harshman Travel with Pam and Ron Harshman

    in Business

    Harshman Travel - Hosted by Peter Mingils with Building Fortunes Radio... go to http://www.buildingfortunesradio.com to see
    all the past shows. Peter Mingils interviews Pam and Ron Harshman, owners of Harshman Travel at http://harshmantravel.com.


    On this Building Fortunes Radio show, Pam and Ron discuss the importance of insurance and how to weigh the pro's and the con's of buying insurance.


    There are plenty of examples explained on the show and it's informative and entertaining to listen in.


    At Harshman Travel, we are proud to provide you with top-notch, personalized service.  We pledge to help you find the most accommodating travel arrangements at very competitive prices.  When you choose Harshman Travel, we want you to always have a “Vacation to Remember.”