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National bilingual author & speaker, Yvonne Ortega will interview Patricia San Pedro.
Patricia is an author, entrepreneur, and University of Miami graduate.
While at WTVJ NBC in Miami she earned three Emmy Awards. She later became the Corporate Communications Manager and key spokesperson for American Airlines, in Florida, the Caribbean and Latin America.
Patricia then moved to The Miami Herald & Nuevo Herald as VP of Event Marketing & Community Affairs.
In 2001, Patricia opened San Pedro Productions, a public relations, TV production, and marketing company.
In May 2005, Patricia published her first book, Dish & Tell: Life, Love and Secrets (Harper Collins), co-authored with several friends known as the Miami Bombshells.
In 2008 she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Patricia is passionate about making a difference in people's lives and videotaped her healing journey to help others.
In October 2011, Discovery Home & Health and Discovery Familia aired a one-hour documentary on Pat’s Healing Journey called “Why NOT ME” (Tengo Cáncer).
Pat’s latest book The Cancer Dancer – Healing: One Step at a Time was published in English, Spanish and Portuguese. It has more than 400 patient-to-patient & caregiver tips.
Her Health & Wellness website www.PositivelyPat.com is filled with information and inspiration including video tips shot in the midst of treatment.
She started a support group called The Link of Hope Sistas. Together they help others on their healing journey.
Aventuras Al Aire Libre - Sabado
Excelente programa con los reportes de la pesca de atun en los barcos de 3/4 en San Pedro, incluyendo un atun de aleta azul de mas de 100 lbs. Hablamos algo de la veda del atun de aleta azul para embarcaciones comerciales y deportivas. Todo esto y mas con nuestros amigos de Ace Fishing Tackle, Rick Fuentes y el duen/o Carlos Cortes.
Excellent program with reports of the tuna fishing on the 3/4 day boats from San Pedro, including a bluefin tuna over 100lbs. We talked a bit about the bluefin tuna closure in Mexico for both comercial fishing and sportfishing as well. All this and more with our friends from Ace Fishing Tackle, Rick Fuentes and owner, Carlos Cortes.
What a show!
Aaron Graham, Captain of the Native Sun out of 22nd St Landing describes how the 3/4 day boat caught and released a marlin so very close to home. What a story and plenty of TUNA TALK too.
Whale shark and blue marlin battle off Catalina Island. Crisis in Cabo; a live update with Jonathan Roldan from Baja California's capital, La Paz as things have really dteriorated.
A 147 pound opah taken by a jet skier from www.BloodyJetSkis.com . Captain John Woodrum from the Pursuit with wide open tuna and more for 22nd St Landing in San Pedro.
Patrick Basler has a report about albacore, yellowfin tuna, dorado and more from the Outer Limits in San Diego.
Bill Varney has all the latest from the surf including an orange mouth corvina and a needlefish taken near San Diego. Catch Bill at www.FishTheSurf.com .
Don Ashley with the hot tuna bite out of Long Beach and a Baja Relief Effort with PFO.
Erin Villareal with the latest and greatest from Cisco's. Tuna, yellowtail, bonito, rockfish!!
Latest private boaters info on www.PFOradio.com
The only Buffalo Bills post game show that will let you speak your mind
In the 4th installment of the NFL series here on West Coast Bias, Double K and The Doual will get to the bare bones of it. Only two West Coast teams left and the first comes from central California. That’s right the boys are traveling to Santa Clara to check in on the San Francisco 49ers the boys had a rough start to the preseason and finished strong. There were a lot of concerns about the first team offense and the boys are going to discuss how the team has looked in the first few weeks of the season and can they realistically make the playoffs (Spoiler alert the doual will say no and blame it on Colin Kapernick) So tune in on Sunday at 8pm PST to West Coast Bias right here on the 4ACES Network. www.Blogtalkradio.com/fouracespresents ...
"Achk! Zohmbeez!" They're gonna happen, man. We all know this. We've probably all thought about it, unless you've never seen a zombie flick. SO ... what's YOUR plan of action? Are you gonna dig-in or bug-out? What kind of zombies have you prepped for? Fast or slow? All that stuff.
Also, Biff came to Danimator's neck o' the woods, so we're gonna talk about how he liked the San Francisco Bay Area and share all kinds of stories that happened this weekend!
Week 4 is finally in the books and the Mountain West looked just OK from some teams, others looked really good and a few were down right stinkers. Per usual, we go through each game to talk about what we say, and one trend we saw was the excess of quarterback play.
San Jose State, UNLV, Hawaii and New Mexico all used multiple quarterbacks on Saturday and not to shock anyone, and all but New Mexico lost their game.
We get into the San Diego State vs. Oregon State game and put away the notion that some Aztecs fans want to bench Quinn Kaehler. There were issues on offense and play calling but part of that has to do with wide receiver Ezell Ruffin out, but the San Diego State defense did a great job against Sean Mannion.
We probably spend a bit too much time going over Boise State and fawning over how they are the best team -- they really are -- and see what teams they can lose going forward on its schedule, and there are a few.