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Come with Travel Brigade to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the movie Sideways, by taking your own wine-tasting trip near California’s Central Coast. In the movie, Miles (Paul Giamatti) and Jack (Thomas Haden Church) go on a trip to the Santa Ynez Valley for wine-tasting and relaxation, but romance and hilarity ensue. Ten years later, you can go “Sideways” yourself when you get a map that matches up scenes from the movie with the spots where they took place. You can dine at the place where Miles made his famous anti-merlot rant or the winery where he drank from the spit bucket. More importantly, you can taste some great wines, eat some delicious food and enjoy some beautiful scenery. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
Located in California’s Central Coast, Solvang in Santa Ynez Valley, is a cornucopia of outdoor activities, wine, and history. This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg podcast comes from the Old Mission Santa Ines in Solvang, a hamlet in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley. We are joined by local Santa Barbara County Parks ranger and naturalist, Liz Gaspar, who discusses teaching children about nature and the surprises that she has encountered in the wilderness.
Also joining us this week is the Old Mission Santa Ines’ head docent, Paul Melancon, who shares the history of California’s Mission system and how he helped on the Apollo 13 rescue mission. Then, get ready to take to the skies with the president of the Santa Ynez Airport and owner of Santa Barbara Soaring, Shawn Knight. All this and more on this week's podcast from Solvang, Santa Ynez Valley, California.
Peter Greenberg is joined in the Santa Ynez,California small town of Solvang. Liz Gaspar, ranger and park naturalist for Santa Barbara County Parks, describes how you never know what you are going to see in the wild. She also details her experience running camps that teach kids about nature. All that and more when Greenberg talks with Gaspar about the great outdoors from the Old Mission Santa Ines in Solvang, Santa Ynez Valley, California.
In this episode of the PWTorch Livecast with host PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill and PWTorch contributor Jim Valley, they host a special Thanksgiving Week edition of the Wayback Playback show on the Livecast! Included is a break down of the second-ever WWF Saturday Night's Main Event from October 1985.
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This week we are offering a holiday triple feature of entertainment for the entire family:
Frosty The Snowman
(“that old discarded magic hat” the kids found, that brought Frosty to life belonged to an evil magician who now wants his hat back, and who will do anything to get it! Starring Jimmy Durante)
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
(A timeless story that all kids can relate to.) What kid hasn’t at one time or another shared Rudolph’s feelings of being the odd one in the room.
A Christmas Story
(Ralphie, a young boy growing up in the '40's, dreams of owning that one special present that he must have or surely will explode, a “Red Rider BB gun.”) What kid young or old can’t relate to the feelings of wanting something so badly you can’t think of anything else?
You were so obvious while you thought you were being so cleverly subtle as you manipulated and maneuvered
every conversation or situation around as an opportunity to let everyone know what you wanted Santa to bring. This film is sure to bring back a lot of fond memories.
We do offer the following notice: We are presenting these films as education, entertainment, and as a nostalgic somewhat historical tribute to the fond memories of our childhood days of innocence and faith in miracles.
Plan to join us and as is our policy, we won’t be selling popcorn at the door you need to bring your own! LOL
Release date: November 28, 2014 (USA)
Cast: Aubrey de Grey, William H. Andrews http://theimmortalists.com/
As we head into the fall festival season, we have some great news about The Immortalists. A lot has happened since our World Premiere at SXSW, and this fall will be a busy time for team Immortalists as we crisscross the globe, screening the film to new audiences and provoking debate about longevity and futurism.
We will begin October with the California Premiere at the prestigious Mill Valley Film Festival, followed by a showing in Moscow’s 360 Contemporary Film Festival, the London BFI International Film Festival, the Hollywood Film Festival, and then the Philadelphia Film Festival– all in October!
But that’s not the end of it: We are thrilled to announce that we will begin our theatrical release of the film on November 28th in New York City and then December 11th in Los Angeles. This is fantastic news because a theatrical release is *extremely* rare for documentaries. The directors will be in attendance for the New York and Los Angeles theatrical premieres to participate in Q&As and lead fascinating discussions on radical longevity and indie filmmaking.
We got an outstanding review in On Milwaukee, when the film played at the Milwaukee Film Festival. Maxim wrote a great review (while omitting ½ of the directorial team!). Also, friend of The Immortalists Patrick Brice (director of CREEP) gave us a shout out in Sac Town Magazine.
Onward and upward! http://www.facebook.com/theimmortalists
Aubrey David Nicholas Jasper de Grey is an English author and theoretician in the field of gerontology and the Chief Science Officer of the SENS Research Foundation.
Carolina Hoyo's 1st year studying theater at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in NYC, she quickly launched her TV career on MTV Hits, appearing on the pop culture talk show for 3 years. Carolina has appeared in various tv shows, national commercials, music videos and many feature films. Her latest roles include a scheming teenage Mexican immigrant in the film Foreign Land as well as a fun loving Cuban roller skating street walker in Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz play Hortensia & the Museum of Dreams.
Carolina has also appeared as herself on TV reality show Gene Simmons Family Jewels and in Pharrell Williams’ video for Oscar Nominated song "Happy" from Despicable Me 2.
Carolina is also a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. As an actor, Carolina is often typecast as the musician and/or homeless tough girl, often featuring her own music and weathered clothing from her life on the road. Carolina's former band, Morgan Ave, appeared in the films 13 Going on 30 with Jennifer Garner and Shooting Livien with Dominic Monaghan. Another former band, Two Birds was on their very first outing at the Santa Monica Promenade when they were successfully scouted for a Motorola music campaign.
There's so much more to learn about Carolina aka "A Girl I Know" so join Take 2 Radio Music on Wednesday, Nov. 26th at 3pm eastern time! We will also be talking about her Kickstarter campaign for her upcoming album "My Lost Tapes" which she is dedicating to her Dad and his fight with cancer. P.S. He's winning that fight!
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Years ago my, long time, friend Arthur Hawkins introduced me to the TED TALKS (www.ted.com/). According to Wikipedia TED was founded in 1984 as a one-off event. The annual conference began in 1990, in Monterey, California. TED's early emphasis was technology and design, consistent with its origins in the Silicon Valley.
Since June 2006 the talks have been offered for free viewing online, under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Commons license, through TED.com. As of April 2014, over 1,700 talks are available free online By January 2009 they had been viewed 50 million times. In June 2011, the viewing figure stood at more than 500 million and on Tuesday, November 13, 2012, TED Talks had been watched one billion times worldwide.
Bill Patton is a 26 year veteran of the Tennis Industry. He has a B.S. in Industrial Psychology from CSUEB, and has written a Masters Thesis in Education at National University. As an Author, Coach, Thought Leader, Tournament Director, etc. he has never stopped working to branch out and learn new things. Bill has written two books so far with more on the way, The Art of Coaching High School Tennis, and Playing Sports Right: Your Way on Amazon. You can also contact Bill directly for discounted and signed books. Aside from that Mr. Patton also is an account manager for TennisConnect Professional Services (TCPS, LLC), which provides incredible website services and power components for clubs and tennis professionals. You can follow Bill on Twitter, Facebook, and WordPress
Welcome to Walking in Energy's 100th Episode we have a special show lined up for you today.
Trent James will be interviewing Krishna Kumar were we will give you an introduction to the Valley of the Gods.
It is one of the most magical and spiritual places on earth located high up in the himalayan mountains in India.
We will be talking about ascended guides and reconnecting back to source.
Please join us and listen in to what will be a show you don't want to miss.
Join us for the first webcast of Stand Up Hudson Valley. We'll speak about local government, sustainable growth, actions being taken and actions to take in the future. We'll have guests, take calls, answer questions and most of all, hopefully entertain and inform.
We will be booking guests for future episodes. If you have any suggestions, please inbox us on the United Monroe Facebook page.
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