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Well, once again we had a proposal concerning San Jacinto Park. I guess El Paso no longer has a plaza... just a park with no historical significance. Thank you very much Mr. Paul Foster.
Callers are welcome to add their 2 cents worth on this topic
Veterans Monument , Druding Park San Jacinto CA.
Just a small park in the city of San Jacinto, California that I wanted to try an experiment, and Present my flag. I found a very small yet very interesting little park dedicated to the veterans of San Jacinto. Druding Park even has a memorial to one of the town’s fallen Vietnam heroes, Joseph Patrick “Joey” Pink.
There is a memorial to all the services, Air Force has the B-17 Propeller, USMC has the Globe and Anchor, US Navy has an Anchor from the USS Cleveland LPD-7, US Coast Guard has a Light House and of Course the US Army has its tank.
Two special Memorials include the Bell from the SS Cape Johnson, and a Marker and Flags for the POW-MIA.
Of Course being of Inquisitive mind a couple of Questions arose
Why the USS Cleveland and what is tie in with San Jacinto?
Wasn’t there a USS San Jacinto ?
Why the B17 Prop and what is tie in with San Jacinto?
Why the SS Cape Johnston and what is tie in with San Jacinto?
Why the Tank and what is tie in with San Jacinto?
There seemed to be some question has what kind of tank it is?
I will leave these questions for my listeners to help me solve.
A Special Shout out to Allan Stringer who went with me on this little adventure
Hoy con nosotros en la radio estára el Padre Mauricio Pineda y el Padre Javier Carralón, transmitiendo directamente desde El Salvador. Estaremos en vivo así que llamen durante la entrevista para hacerles ustedes alguna pregunta sobre cómo va la obra y el apostolado de ellos en San Salvador. También, Antonio hoy nos hablará sobre un gigante de santidad, Ignacio de Loyola, cuya fiesta es mañana. ¡Pasemos la voz!
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HOOPS AND HIPPOS! San Antonio Spurs' Boris Diaw has written a children's book about his time in Africa. Great stories and beautiful photos. He also talks about endangered animals and the unfortunate loss of Cecil the lion. https://twitter.com/theborisdiaw.
TALKING WOMEN'S SOCCER! Gwen Moran stops by to talk about why women's soccer is having a moment and how to make it last. Her work has appeared in and on many leading business publications and web sites, including Entrepreneur, Kiplinger.com, Newsweek.com, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, and many others. She's here to talk about this article she wrote for Fortune and her interview with the NWSL's Jeff Plush. http://www.gwenmoran.com/
Radio Angola (RA): Tivemos o privilégio de entevistar o padre Jacinto Pio Wacussanga para abordar a o massacre no monte Sumi - Huambo. Padre Wacussanga, teve a oportunidade falar com testemunhas credíveis duranrte a sua visita no Huambo. Segundo o nosso interlocutor, "O que me dói é ver, entre as presumíveis vítimas uma criança de dois anos. Estive no terreno e algumas testemunhas diziam que as crianças gritavam e imploravam aos polícias que lhes poupassem a vida. Nem com isso..." Padre Wacussanga acrescentou "a minha maior preocupação é a criminalização, ou mais do que isso, a "inimizalização" dos supostos membros da Seita a "Luz do Mundo". Muitos continuam a monte, com receio de represálias. Teremos todos de muito mais cedo do que pensámos, aceitar que ocorreu uma tragédia. Mais do que isso, precisamos gritar para proteger os inocentes que temem pelas suas vidas. Mais tarde, deveremos pensar como enfrentar a tragédia que mudará, em meu ver, a trajectória de Angola no concerto das Nações."
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Super Bowl XLVIII re-match lives up to the hype; The GOP’s waning mid-term election chances; “People’s” Climate Change Rally: A pile of garbage in more ways than one; “Ezekiel Emanuel’s Run,” or “75 Is Enough”; Obama’s inverted war on prosperity; The exile of Dinesh D’Souza; Is Frank Drebin running the Secret Service?; Border Crisis unabated, invisible; Ebola, enterovirus 68, and now a Polio comeback?; Pinpricking Syria for oil while generals balk @ White House bootless ISIS “strategery”; Oklahoma jihad; and Eric "The Red" Holder moves on - live from the San Jacinto, California AgFest!
Algunos Datos Interesantes De San Miguel Arcangel; San Miguel Arcangel es sin duda uno de los angeles mas conocidos en todo el mundo. Este Angel es conocido como el principe de la corte celestial y el mas querido por Dios de todos los angeles. Este angel desterro al mal del cielo y reestablecio la honra y el orden en la corte celestial. Este angel representa amor a Dios sobre todas las cosas y cuando sus devotos aclaman a su angelical asistencia, suelen a ver milagrosos hechos en sus vidas. Escucha mas de este angel para que veas en que manera puede San Miguel Arcangel asistir en tu vida diaria.
One of the strangest teams we saw last season was the San Diego Chargers. They had one of the weirdest seasons I can recall in recent years, & one of the weirdest in franchise history. They were 5-1 before everything came crashing down, including the kitchen sink. After losing Week 1, they won 5 straight, then lost in the final minutes to division rival Kansas City, then another loss to another division rival Denver, then an embarrassing 37-0 beatdown at the hands of Miami. At that point, you would've thought the bye week couldn't had come at a better time. So then they return to action winning 3 straight (all 3 were very close games, including a dramatic finish in Baltimore), but lose at home to a New England team in they had the momentum against in the first half. Then another loss to Denver nearly pushed them off the cliff for a playoff spot. But if you thought the Baltimore win was impressive, what they did in San Francisco will go down in the history books. All they had to do was beat Kansas City & they had a shot for a wildcard spot. Well that didn't happen, & during the off-season rumors began to spread about the possibility of quarterback Phillip Rivers reuniting w/ former offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt (now Titans head coach) in Tennessee. Well, that didn't happen either & w/ tight end Antonio Gates's, time iomments about the "window closing", time is ticking on the Chargers. This team from 2004 to 2009 was the most talented team in football. Those years are so long gone that I have no idea was this team will look like in 2015. But do the duo of Rivers & Gates have enough in them to make one more run in the playoffs? We'll discuss it in another in installment of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Thursday morning @ 10:30am. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
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Today we are live from 825 8th ave between 49th and West 50th Street, Two Worldwide Plaza is a post-war skyscraper. The 39-floor building in Midtown West was completed by William Zeckendorf Jr. in 1989. Today, it is part of a three-building design that stretches an entire block between 8th and 9th Avenue from 49th to 50th Street.
The building's postmodern exterior is perhaps one of the most remarkable building features. The old-fashioned brick is modernized by a copper roof and glass pyramid at the top. At certain times of the day, the sun hits the sleek rows of windows to the point that the facade shines like metal. Terraces abound in the majority of the 455 apartments, each equipped with granite countertops in modern kitchens, marble baths, and 11-foot ceilings.
The interior garden courtyard reserved for residents is matched with the mid-block public plaza housing a diverse array of greenery as well a fountain with elaborate statues, and a nearby cafe.
-NYU Graduation at Madison Square Garden on May 19, 2015
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-Taking charge of your medical care
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Welcome to Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine - your essential guide to all things wild and wonderful in the world of cult entertainment!
This week, we'll be talking El Senor Lobo himself, the legendary Jacinto Molina Alvarez, better known by his chosen nom du guerre, Paul Naschy!
Laughed at and ignored in his native Spain, former bodybuilder and professional strongman competitor Naschy pursued his childhood love of Universal horror throughout the 1970's under an oppressive fascist regime, forced to film in both sadly bowlderized "censor" versions for hometown screenings and in far superior "unclothed and bloody" international ones for the rest of us, to little acclaim.
Despite succumbing to a certain notable measure of bitterness over the years, Naschy's pulpy, naive, art brut contemporary homages to such classic horror figures as Dracula, the mummy, mad scientists, hunchbacked manservants and especially the figure of the werewolf have endeared him to generations of "monster kids" who encountered his films on such forums as WOR's Fright Night, as well as the VHS and DVD releases of numerous (though sadly far from all) of his works.
Join us as we talk devil worship, cannibals, psychotic women, mad templars, yetis, zombies, evil gurus, sinister inquisitors, vampires and of course werewolves, only here on Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine!
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Today World Footprints will talk travel; specifically international travel and study abroad programs with Yahoo! Travel's Paula Froelich. Our conversation follows an invitation to the White House to participate in a travel summit focused on encouraging more travel, voluntourism and study-abroad opportunities for Americans. Of course, as Yahoo! Travels editori-in-chief, Paula will share some of her recent travels, top destination picks and travel philosophy.
Then, take a stroll through history as we explore San Antonio, Texas. The city of San Antonio is one of the oldest European settlements in Texas and, for decades, its largest city. Thousands of years before the Spanish settlements began the city was populated by various cultures of indigenous people. Today, San Antonio is investing energy in preserving its cultural heritage and ecosystem for future generations to come. We will discover the development initiatives taking place in San Antonio and get an update on the city's possible inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Finally, everyone knows Orlando, Florida as the theme park capital of the world. However, we will discover another side of Orlando as we explore the Maitland Arts Center--the city's first National Historic Landmark.