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World Footprints is pleased to share Part 2 of the 3-part interview with Emmy Award winning actor Eric Braeden, who plays Victor Newman on The Young & the Restless (CBS Daytime). Eric talks about his favorite travel destinations and his efforts to foster peace and understanding between Germans and the Jewish community. Then, enjoy a feast with Spain’s celebrated chef Maria Jose San Roman as she shares the secret ingredient that appears in all of her dishes (and cocktails). Finally, since every day is World Animal Day we are pleased to be joined by Paul Butler, SVP of Global Programs at RARE Conservation, who will discuss RARE’s animal conservation efforts and the world-wide Pride Campaign.
Bringing you information about business, global international trade, politics, legislation, community, culture and entertainment. A bilingual Spanish English Spanglish show. Presentandoles información acerca de negocios, comercio internacional global, política, comunidades, cultura, y entretenimiento, en Español, Inglés y/and Spanglish.
On Thursday February February 12th, 2015 the Hermetic Hour with host
Poke Runyon will present a discussion on the late medieval Dutch
surrealist painter Hieronymus Bosch whose remarkable works have not yet
become the secret code behind a Dan Brown novel (hint Bro. Dan) but
would certainly provide a great background for such a story. His most
famous work "The Garden of Earthly Delights" is a phantasmagoria a of
bizarre and nightmarish symbolism. Which scholars relate to the Gonostic
sect of the Adamites -- a cult of mystic nudists who were trying to
recreate the Garden of Eden. Super Catholic Spain had taken over the
Netherlands in those days and the Inquisition was burning the Dutch
Adamites as fast as Bosch could paint them but the King of Spain was
Bosch's biggest fan, which probably kept Bosch alive.So you can look at
some great Bosch graphics on your computer while you listen to us
recount the tale of the Devil's painter.
Fresh from our shore to your door!
Circa 1986---Dan, "The lobster man" Zawacki was working for Honeywell as a salesman. Even then he was dreaming up new Holiday gift ideas. While working at Honeywell, he wanted to impress his customers. Dan loved lobsters, hmm, he thought why not...so Dan bought 80 live lobsters, put each one in a bag with a stick of butter and his business card and personally delivered every package. His customers loved the unique gift idea. He was inspired to start LOBSTER GRAM home delivery as a side gig.
This did not bode well with his boss at Honeywell. Dan was advertising his lobster business on a Chicago Radio Station when he should have been at work. Dan was fired and LOBSTER GRAM became his full time job.
1996 a chance meeting with...etc.
Dan followed his dream...etc.
A home based business...etc.
Innovative and creative...etc.
What he learned as an entrepreneur...etc.
Erika Romo is a TV producer, reporter, and anchor at CBS 2 TV in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands since June 2014 bringing the production of the first Spanish-speaking news in the US Virgin Islands.
Join Alaina as she discusses Re-purposing Bridesmaids Dresses and Hi-Lo Cuisine.
Joe Marson is a Brooklyn transplant who plays alternative folk-rock with a bluesy edge in soulful ballads. Marson has been chosen as one of 5 finalists in the Guitar Center singer-songwriter competition winning $10,000 and a trip to Hollywood, CA to play live at the Troubadour. He will also be performing on the west coast to support his new EP, Electric Soul Magic which comes on the heels of his celebrated full album, The Satisfied Mind.
Ale’, aka Alejandro Gonzalez Gomez, grew up in Los Angeles playing in punk bands in East LA and listening to Latin music, electronica and Hip Hop. He has blended these styles in his new album, Irregular Heartbeat, a coherent and emotional set of songs recorded, engineered and self-produced at LA’s Operating On Dreamtime studios and Laundry Room Studios with producer/engineer Ulysees Noriega. He sings in English and Spanish, blending Latin and Rock formats smoothly into music he likes to describe as, "strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.
Net neutrality is here! Congress passes the bill.
Police are still being targeted, even though the vast majority are good cops.
A few congressmen want to give more power to the states. Please!
A viable threat exists against the Mall of America. Time to shop local!
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says he will sign an open carry law. Every governor should!
Police in Mississippi are now required to learn Spanish?!?
Rahm Emanuel is facing a runoff in April, proving he's not as cool as any Daley.
The Bonehead of the Week, Hero of the Week, Ira's Random Thoughts, Jon's Soapbox, and more!
6 PM Central
PTRN Presenta - VOCES PAGANAS, tu conexión radial en Español para explorar temas y tendencias del Paganismo contemporáneo, rituales, entrevistas, noticias y comunidad!!
Todos los Domingos de 6:00pm a 7:30pm, Hora Central (UTC-06:00).
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HOY PRESENTAMOS: La Diosa Hécate
Programa No.3 ~ 01/03/2015.
TONIGHT: The Goddess Hekate
7:30 The Pagan Variety Show. Join Pamela Kelly!!!
w/GWV host Pastora Marioyn Ramos; guest interview Pastor Matty
On some level we are all facing fear - afraid of being seen for who we truly are. Afraid of seeing ourselves for who we really are.Afraid of confronting our limiting beliefs, we avoid facing fear by hiding.
In order to prevent our true inner self from being seen, we wear a symbolic or metaphorical mask over our authentic personality in the hope that we will remain hidden.
Why do we do this?
It is fear which creates the mask, and fear which keeps it in place. The mask is hiding our true and most beautiful self from both ourselves and from the world. In its place is a mask of un-beauty.
In order to find our authentic self we must align ourselves with facing fear by digging down to the deepest, most hidden part of ourselves, that fearful place where we dread what we think is hidden.
When we dig deeply enough into our hidden nature we find not darkness but light ? and the realization that our safety lies in actually letting down the mask and being seen ?
in being our true authentic self.
Welcome to the radio network of SOTT.net, your media source for independent, unbiased, alternative news and commentary on world events. The Behind the Headlines talkshow takes place each Sunday on the SOTT Radio Network. Analyzing global impact events that shape our world and future, and connecting the dots to reveal the bigger picture obscured by mainstream programming, Behind the Headlines is current affairs for people who think.
This week on Behind the Headlines we're talking with Daniel Estulin, award-winning investigative reporter and author of The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, Deconstructing Wikileaks and TransEvolution: The Coming Age of Human Deconstruction. Estulin hosted a weekly show - 'From the Shadows' - on RT Spanish and has a documentary on the Bilderbergers coming out this April.
Join us as we hear his insights into the dark games of the global elite and what's in store for humanity's future.
The role of the Navy and Marine Corps should be to provide ready and capable forces to the joint commanders. Outside of that, what is the proper role of the sea services in designing a more national strategy?
What is the state of a national and a maritime strategy, who are the different players in the discussion, and what is the proper way forward?
Our guest to discuss this and more for the full hour will be Captain Robert C. "Barney" Rubel USN, (Ret.), Professor Emeritus, US Naval War College.
Captain Rubel, now retired, was previously the Dean of the Center for Naval Warfare Studies at the US Naval War College from 2006 to 2014. Prior to arriving at NWC, he was a thirty-year Navy veteran, with experience as e a light attack naval aviator, flying the A-7 Corsair II and later the F/A-18 Hornet, commanded VFA-131, and also served as the Inspector General at U.S. Southern Command.
He is a graduate of the Spanish Naval War College in Madrid and the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, RI., and has an undergraduate degree in liberal arts from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies from the US Naval War College.
Captain Rubel continues to serve as a member of the CNO Advisory Board and is active in local American Legion activities.