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The show is about Venice Beach and local issues.
Fresh off their newest seasons finale; Join us this week as we chat with Crystal Chappell, creator of the Emmy Award winning webseries Venice The Series. Also joining Chappell for chat will be some of your favorite cast members!
After 4 seasons in, tune in to find out what's in store for Venice and your favorite characters.
For all things Venice visit venicetheseries.com
in this episode of Coffee with Conrad
Venice votes to leave Italy.
Military is tight lipped about Jesus
World Vision Repents
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First Segment: Regina Robinson & Pamelia Stanley of Empowered Women Accountable To Each Other
If you love for women to empower one another? These two ladies are just what the doctor ordered.
Second Segment: Dr. Venice L. Mccoy
Tune in to hear 3 Life Principles for winning in life, even when the odds are not in your favor...
Third Segment: Shakira Chi
Author Spotlight featuring a story of an overcommer
Join Petulia Melideo of Context Travel as she shares tips on how to avoid non-certified and illegal guides at the Vatican plus how to find your way in Venice.
You'll learn how to identify non-certified guides, how to avoid them, getting into the Vatican without waiting in a 3+ hour line, and the unfortunate result of your tour if you get caught with a non-certified guide.
We then switch to discuss how to get around beautiful Venice once you step out of the train station. You'll learn how to get to your hotel, how to find your bearings, which maps are the best option and as importantly which maps aren't a good option.
This episode came as a request from a listener of the How to Tour Italy show. Thank you Evangelina for a wonderful topic idea. I hope Petulia and I answered your questions well.
Keep the show topics coming.
Join host Shelly Wilson for this journey into consciousness with Venice B. Wright.
Venice B. Wright is an intuitive educator, speaker and visionary to those who are seeking success with balance in personal development and business within the 4 quadrants of life health, wealth, relationships and spirituality.
Venice is passionate about empowering people who are serious about creating the life of their dreams doing what they love. By shifting their mindset and enforcing her “No Excuse Accepted” approach, she has led many to take control and responsibility of their current circumstances, get unstuck, take action and build the life and business the always dreamed of while making more money than they ever dreamed possible.
She has dedicated her life to helping others discover and understand universal laws and teach them how to put into action the tools, strategies, and resources that create extraordinary results and achieve the freedom of creating their own reality with amazing levels of personal fulfillment.
Venice is the owner and founder of Say MMM…to Success, LLC. A catalyst for change and a strategist for success, her bold, feisty and fun approach allows her clients to relax into being who they truly are and take the necessary actions to create huge transformations in their lives and their income.
Save Venice Inc., based in New York with an office in Venice, has raised more than 20 million dollars to restore over 400 works of art and architecture in Venice. Every year, the Board of Save Venice, including a Projects Committee of renowned experts, selects restoration projects in collaboration with the Venetian Superintendencies of Monuments, Fine Arts and Museums. Save Venice currently has more than 30 projects underway throughout the city, made possible with support from individuals, foundations, and Chapters in Boston and California.
Save Venice Inc. was established in response to the serious damage caused by the November 1966 floods – the highest tide in Venice in the last century.
Originally the Venice Committee of the International Fund for Monuments, Save Venice became an independent, charitable organization in 1971. The founders were an extraordinary trio: John McAndrew (1904–78), Professor of Art History at Wellesley College; his wife, Betty Bartlett McAndrew (1906–86); and Sydney J. Freedberg (1914–97), Chairman of the Department of Art at Harvard and Chief Curator Emeritus of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Their successors, now spread across the United States and the globe, have made Save Venice by far the largest and most active committee preserving the cultural patrimony of Venice.
The board of Save Venice chooses which projects to sponsor according to artistic merit and urgency of need. The conservation treatments are carried out by carefully selected restorers in Venice, and the restorers’ work is supervised both by the Superintendency and by Save Venice representatives. This attention to detail assures that donations are tracked at each step of the restoration process and are used wisely.
Connect to your roots. The Alchemy of Food and Culture. Connect with 'She' and Tim Terrell of Aroma di Roma. Tim will share his inspiration behind Aroma di Roma, his passion for italian culture, coffee, food, service, 'futbol', fun and 'be'ing a successful entrepreneur.
Shining a light on Aroma Di Roma
Location: 4708 East 2nd Street, Long Beach, CA
Resources: Coffee Fiends Rejoice
Case for Drinking Coffee
Music Snow In Venice by Elizaveta and Daft Punk Instant Crush
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Monica Vidoni, a Docent for Context Travel and local Venetian, guides us through Venice beyond St. Marks.
We explore the delicious Venetian cuisine, 2 amazing museums, the Venetian Spritz, and the fact the Venice has a longer history than Ancient Rome.
You will fall in love with the most amazing city in the world all over again.
Monica gives us insight into the Venetian Bar Crawl to dine on local fare like soft-shelled crabs and salted cod. We spend time in Santa Maria Miracoli and Ca Rezzonico, the Venetian market, and the Jewish Ghetto.
So much of Venice is unexplored by travelers and this wonderful segment is filled with tips to bring the best of Venice to life.
Don't be an average tourist and spend a couple of hours in St. Marks square paying 12,00 Euro for an espresso. Be an Italianati and let Monica of Context Travel bring you the best of Venice.
in Pop Culture
Celebrating Black History Month!
Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti
#MyRealTalkRadio interviews R&B Group: Da Pretty Boyz
A family of two brothers and a cousin, traveled and lived from one state to another, but eventually settled in
Jacksonville, FL and calls it home sweet home. Brothers, Mack Baker and Marcyy Marc and cousin, Pretty
Eyez are Da Pretty Boyz; pleasing to the eye because they look good, but pleasing to the soul because
they sound good.
In 2011 their first mixtape, “Flash Drive” was downloaded in a flash and their fans let them know they
wanted more; and in 2012 a second one, “3 Royal Children” was here. Those mixtapes gave their fans a
taste, but now the world will share that experience and then some, as their first album, yet untitled is in the
mix. Songs like “UhUh”, “I Like the Way” and “It’s A Party”, are musically vigorous, but their debut album
will be like gumbo; a little of this and a little of that.
Da Pretty Boyz have performed at Tom Joyner’s Family Reunion with Mindless
Behavior, Diggy Simmons, Soulja Boy; and NFL player Chris Johnson’s Yacht Party in Miami; Pat Charles,
Executive Producer of BET’s 106 & Park: Spring Invitational at Venice Beach with performers The Rej3ctz
and Cali Swag District; Club Vain in Orlando, FL with Travis Porter. Da Pretty Boyz are BET’s 106 & Park 2012 AllStar MVP WildOut Wednesday (W.O.W.) champions.
Venetian restaurants; Venetian bars; Venetian pasticcerias, Venetian gelaterias, Venetian food shops: do the places on that list sound like places in which you might be spending some time on your trip to Venice? If you answered yes to any of these questions about eating in Venice, then you need "Chow Venice."
Venice is a fantastic place, and there are fantastic Venetian restuarants, but like any other major tourist destination, Venice has its share of bad restaurants with inflated prices, unscrupulous waiters, and mediocre food.
Ruth Edenbaum and Shannon Essa wrote this book because they love Venice, and they love the food. They are tired of hearing and reading that you cannot get a decent meal in Venice. They want people to experience the wonderful Venetian restaurants, trattorias, osterias, wine bars, and cafes that are too often unseen by the average tourist.
Chow! Venice offers an extensive list of Venetian restaurants and bars as well as Venetian food shops, wine shops, pasticcerias, and gelaterias and an extensive glossary of Venetian and Italian terms. Chow! Venice is the guidebook that will be invaluable in your pursuit of the pleasures of the palate whether you are visiting Venice for three days, three weeks, or three years, and whether you have a baron's budget or count every centesmi.