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Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes once again West Palm Beach Commissioner and Lake Worth small business owner Shanon Materio to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. You might recall that Ms. Materio was appointed to fill former Commissioner Bill Moss' seat upon his unexpected death soon after re-election. Within a year, she had to run a campaign to keep her seat and successfully defeated her challenger. No challenger filed to run in this past March's West Palm Beach election, so Shanon is enjoying her first full, two-year term as Commissioner. She and her husband Phil own the award-winning McMow Art Glass studio on Dixie Hwy. in Lake Worth and live in the southend of West Palm Beach. Commissioner Materio is joining me to talk about potential improvements to the C-51 canal, (ultimately designed to make the canal navigable), the potential redevelopment of the Palm Coast Plaza property and what will happen to the vacant land which borders the north side of the canal across from the Arbor Plaza in Lake Worth. I am sure we will talk about city infrastructure, the Lake Worth 2020 ballot issue, All Aboard Florida and what West Palm Beach plans to do to fund its future infrastructure needs.
Bicycles and Black people in West Palm Beach have a complicated relationship. Who's to Blame? Do Blacks hate bikes? Is that why they get arrested more in West Palm Beach when riding them? I didn't even know biking while black was a thing.
Understand how your choices align your life with the universe. Palmistry is an ancient technique used to reveal how your personality, disposition, previous thought processes, and other influences have set you on a course and how that might affect your goals and outlook.
Tune in with Jessica Baker, founder of AlignedSigns.com as she discusses the lines in the hands, the possibility of Guardian Angels, and much more with Kat Anders, a 30+ year veteran in palm analysis.
We are meeting with Chip Paul (co-founder) from Palm Beach Vapors franchise. Palm Beach Vapors is a pioneer in the e-cigarette vapor market. They started our company not with the purpose of selling just another product, but with a true passion for helping folks, just like you, lessen the risks involved with smoking. From the moment you walk in a store, you’ll see why we’re so good at helping our customers find freedom from the use of traditional tobacco cigarettes. Their products are less expensive, cleaner, higher quality, and free from many of the harmful chemicals found in tobacco smoke. Find out more by listening to the show.
Al Keyser is an independent content creator that wrote, produced, and starred in - THE RENT TV PILOT - which is based off - THE BEVERLY HILL BUDDIES - a one-act play Al wrote, produced, and acted in at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in October 2013. Al has been writing and acting in projects since he was in Junior High School... In the last few years, he wrote several feature length spec scripts and was a member of Chris Soth's Million Dollar Screenwriting Mentorship Program. He also teamed up with writer/producer Terri Zinner and wrote the animated TV PILOT script CEO BABY. He is currently developing a TV series project with a Los Angeles based production company, as well as marketing THE RENT to be picked up as a series. Al is originally from San Francisco, but also grew up in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He is a single dad to a six year old boy and has worked as a property manager collecting the rent near Beverly Hills for the last 8 years.
Dylan Reynolds' sun-drenched sizzler Nipples & Palm Trees bows on Hulu Plus this month. Starring Sadie Katz (Wrong Turn 6), Matthew James (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), Akihiro Kitamura (The Human Centipede), Dallas Malloy (The ABCs of Death), and Will Morales (Freedom Fighters).
"Die, Angelo, Die", the 16th film (and a feature at that!) from the non-profit LGBTQ production company, POWER UP, will be filmed in Palm Springs says the organization's founder and recent transplant to the city, Stacy Codikow. "The city itself is alive and a beautiful place for sex, romance and intrigue," stated Codikow. "It lends itself to be captured in all its glory and we will do that with the support of local residents."
"Die Angelo, Die," is a Hollywood film noir thriller about revenge, redemption and what remains. What do you do when Hollywood director Angelo Anderson steals your film? The only thing you can do: write a screenplay about it and get revenge! The film will shoot in Los Angeles and Palm Springs, California. It's a sexy, exciting film in which the city of Palm Springs is a vital character. Residents can get involved and support the mission of POWER UP by visiting the Indiegogo page on or before November 15th, 2014.
On today's broadcast:
Join me as I speak with my dear friend, and colleague, Dorian Beach, about her battle with managing addiction(s), finding her center, coming out on the other side, and learning how to live; This week in Marriage Equality; US federal government will recognize same-sex marriage in seven additional states; One couple and an Indiana dream come true; Arizona and Wyoming decide to pull the plug on equality opposition; The Vatican does selective editing on pro-gay statement; Glass ceiling for Women just got a bit thinner in Canada; and so much more!
That's Sunday, October 19th, 2014 at 11:30AM (ET)/8:30 (PT)! on Equality Updates with Marcinho Savant ! I find it baffling that human beings are unable, and unwilling, to remember to love one another, and to "do unto others, as we would have them do unto us", in today's world. and, as usual, we welcome your calls, thoughts, and opinions! Be sure to call in at : (760) 283-5125!!!
Join us! That's today, 10/19/14, at 11:30AM (ET)/8:30 (PT)! Exclusively on #blogtalkradio!
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Join Dr. Culbreth for Racial Identity and a Colorblind Society.
The right to self-identify
Denying ancestry and heritage
“I am not African American I am an American”
African American or Black American
Historical view of “African American”
When racial categories offend
A Colorblind Society?