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Highlights of the upcoming Alliance of Divine Love Conference Retreat in the beautiful and historic sea-side city of St. Augustine, Florida will be our topic. Sept. 27 - Sept. 29, 2013 and all are welcome to attend.
Mondays at 6pm, Rev. Drs. Linda Marie Nelson and Nancy Ash offer a spiritual evolutionary dialog from the heart uniting our world in Oneness honoring ALL perspectives in sacred traditions. Meditation w/ music Call in-share your voice! Enjoy inspiring, timely discussion with veteran, contemporary, trans-denominational ministers, co-hosts, Rev. Dr. Linda Marie Nelson and Rev. Dr. Nancy Ash. Featuring a Doing a 360 segment to re-calibrate to higher vibratory frequency. Consider This presents programming that inspires, educates, and motivates you to learn while opening your heart to multiple ways we, as aware, integral minds are dedicated to transforming our world. Nancy: http://www.Doinga360.com Linda Marie: http://www.divinityalliance.org
Welcome to Week 11 of the 2013 season. This week's featured matchup will be Shaw vs. St. Augustine and we will talk about Howard vs. Savanah State. Quick hits will be Alabama AM vs. Jackson State, Prairie View AM and Virginia State. Please call in and tell us what battle you saw this week at (718) 664-6025, or join our chat room live on the page of the broadcast. You can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Augustine of Hippo – Catholic Bishop who was born in North Africa and lived most of his life there in the late 4th and early 5th century. He taught in Carthage, Rome and Milan before becoming a Priest and then a Bishop.
Milling About visits the Oldest City in America, St. Augustine, Florida. Founded in 1565, the city's quaint brick layered streets lead to The Ponce De Leon Hotel built by oilman Henry Flagler in the 1880s majestically rising above the Spanish Oak trees, now housing Flagler college.
Host Robin Milling was given an historical foodie tour of the city by Anthea Manny of City Walks, who's knowledge of the city was astounding. The yummy stops on the Savory Faire tour included creamy homemade hummus at Cafe Alcazar which is nestled in the deep end of what was once the Hotel Alcazar's swimming pool. The Old City House Inn & Restaurant served blue lump crabcake with caviar remoulade. The final stop was Athena Cafe where the waiter expertly set fire to Saganaki, fried Greek goat cheese bursting with lemon.
City Walks owner Alice Sutherland joins Robin to discuss her walking tours, among them The Creepy Crawl where alcohol mixes with stories of ghosts still lurking.
Robin's visit was hosted by The Casablanca Inn Bed & Breakfast, across from the Matanzas Bay where joggers can be seen each morning at breakfast beating the heat. It is home to the famous Tini Martini Bar where pianist Bob Fraioli plays while guests imbibe martinis like The Windex, made with blue curacao. Owner Michael Miles joins Robin for a chat about the Inn, and what makes St. Augustine a special vacation spot.
Saint Augustine’s University linebacker Chaz Robinson was selected CIAA Co-Defensive Player of the Year, in 2013. Robinson also earned All-CIAA first. Robinson is the third St. Augustine player, in school history to win CIAA Defensive Player of the Year, joining linebackers Tyrone Pettaway (2005) and Kevin Jones (2006). Robinson shares the honor with Carlos Fields of Winston-Salem State, leading tackler in CIAA with 126.
3rd Consecutive Team Leader in tackles (126)
School record holder for career tackle (407)
School record holder single season tackles (126)
1st player in school history with 400+ tackles
3-Time CIAA Linebacker of the week
1st Team All-CIAA Linebacker
CIAA Co-Defensive Player of the year
Ranked No #6 NCAA Div 2 Total Tackles
1st Team HBCUGameday D2 All-American Team
2nd Team Region One Daktronics All-Super Regional Team
Cliff Harris Award Nominee
Boxtorow Honorable Mention All-American linebacker
Surf’s up St. Augustine!! The surf scene’s impact on our local economy.Today we’ll talking with Dean Plumlee, National Director of Christian Surfers USA, established in 1984, and renowned local surfer and Director of Finance at CSUS, Casey Cruciano about the surfing industry in St. Augustine.
This weeks guest will surely be a true inspiration...
It started with a vision...In 1996 at the lowest point in his life John, had "lost it all" in a business deal and had run out of options. He sought refuge with his family at a small ten room motel in Michigan's Upper Peninsula owned by Ojibwa Firekeeper Bruce Hardwick. It was there a vision came to him...that he must walk his way to a new life. In September of 1996 John walked with two friends from Upper Michigan to Chicago and back covering nearly 1,000 miles and shedding his old life....On the last hundred miles of the journey "a still small voice" inside him spoke clearly..."...GO ON THE RADIO..." Stunned by what he heard...John pondered the message while he finished the walk...and then vowed to be a voice in the world that stood for something more than politcs...so he answered the call.
His website: http://www.johnstaugustine.com/index.html
His books: http://www.johnstaugustine.com/johns_books.html
Owner George Chryssaidis (Crasidis) serves up authentic Greek cuisine from his Athena Cafe in St. Augustine, Florida featuring his homemade signature dishes such as creamy hummus, chicken souvlaki, gyro with tzatziki sauce made from his own olive oil imported from family olive groves in Frixa, Greece. Aptly named Frixa, it's only available in Florida which makes perfect sense as it's medicinal qualities are on par with the nearby Fountain of Youth. Other yummy dishes at Athena Cafe include Greek caviar (Taramosalata) to die for and Saganaki, the house special where grilled Greek cheese is drenched in lemon for a mouth watering tanginess. It comes with it's own show as the waiter lights the dish on fire as he serves it shouting, 'Opa!'
A self made man, George's humble beginnings began as a dishwasher and through his love of eating reached for owning restaurants rather than working in them. He also owns Cafe Alcazar which is a fancier setting for his home-cooked cuisine, set in the deep end of the swimming pool of the historic Alcazar Hotel circa 1887. Georgie's Diner brought me right back to 4AM memories of Greek diners in Brooklyn serving the fluffiest omelets, and don't be surprised if George visits your table to personally welcome you.
This week Jeremiah Greer (shadowsinthedarkradio.com) will be broadcasting live from Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum in St. Augustine Florida, the nation's oldest city.. This weeks show will include visits with Jeremiah Greer, Charlie Carlson author of Weird Florida ; Peace River Ghost Tracker Group,the official ghost hunters of St. Augustine, and others who will be there.
Dennis only lives 28 miles from St. Augustine so he is taking this opportunity to bring video footage and interesting commentary on many of the historical sights and buildings around the city. . . . including a look at a few of the many haunted spots.
Let's Do Lunch! had a fabulous six course tasting at Meehan's Irish Pub & Seafood House in St. Augustine, Florida. Owner John Meehan had his chef prepare ruben rolls, oysters Meehan, crab, avocado and mango cocktail served in a martini glass, grilled shrimp and chicken with cilantro and spinach, and bronzed fresh local flounder, topped with a trio of desserts.
Meehan's is set across from the Matanzas Bay where food and entertainment combine for a memorable experience, not to mention front row seats for St. Augustine's tremendous 4th of July fireworks display.
John joins host Robin Milling where he talks about Meehan's menu consisting of homey and authentic Irish fare mixed with upscale seafood and chicken dishes, how they amassed their vast selection of Jameson's Irish Whiskey, and the local talent they attract.
The backyard at Meehan's boasts an original Tiki bar where guests can enjoy a pint, tropical drinks, and listen to live music. Sundays are special as Irish musicians from all over the world perform there for impromptu pub sessions.
Special thanks to Caleb, our fabulous waiter!
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Challenge yourself to The Wall of Flame! @ Hot Shot Bakery in St. Augustine. Owner Sherry Stoppelbein joins host Robin Milling where she talks off the scale hotness of their chocolate covered datil peppers, grown locally. The reigning champion consumed 33 and it's become so popular Sherry has started an annual Poppin' Pepper Palooza. Sherry's datil pepper sauce is an international sensation; a customer even sent a case to the boys in Iraq.
A short distance from Flagler College, Sherry has named some of their delicious home-made wraps and paninis after several student regulars, namely The Bufis Wrap which is a combination of sausage, potato, tomato, egg, swiss, peppers, onions and spicy Datil Jelly. And, if you still have room for dessert Sherry says her raspberry chocolate tart with fresh datil peppers will 'knock your socks off.'
For more information visit Hot Shot Bakery on FB and @HotShotBakery on Twitter