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    GR802 The Maiden Voyage - with guest Bethany Baker

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    In this first episode, we'll talk to Bethany Baker. She's an Independent Beer and Food Marketing Consultant about some Vermont Craft Beers you must have, Trends in the craft beer industry and a recent story that found its way into national news.
    Bethany Baker can be found at Twitter.com/LipstickNLager
    Breakaway is a musical project of Peter Riley and friends - https://www.facebook.com/Peter-RileyPiano-Works-108976145801670/
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  • 00:34

    RoundTrip #022 – Cuba 101

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    Fifty-one years after the initial embargo was placed on Cuba, President Obama lifted some of the travel restrictions. U.S. citizens have always been able to travel to Cuba via Mexico, Canada or a Caribbean island with special permissions. Now it is legal to visit Cuba directly from the States.  Thanks, Obama!
    Our special guest Rebecca, aka the Solo-Travelista (totally just gave her that name), chats with us about the basics of traveling to Cuba. We also cover what you should bring, which is a ton of sh!t, to make your trip a bit more comfortable. Remember, flexibility and patience are your friends while you prepare for your Cuban Adventure.
    We got so many great tips from Rebecca, we may do a Cuba 102!!!!

  • 00:59

    Quebec City: North America's Most European Place

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    Travel Brigade takes you on a trip that gets as close as you can to the European experience while still in North America - Quebec City, Canada. Visit the Old City that dates back to 1608 and look down from the Chateau Frontenac onto the St. Lawrence River. Check out summer performances by Cirque du Soleil, music festivals and a gigantic projection show called the "Image Mill." We'll also head out to Tadoussac for whale watching and visit Grosse Ile, Canada's Ellis Island. As always, we'll have our "Hot Topics in Travel" and "He Said, She Said" segments.

  • 01:01

    Exploring Wilmington, Delaware – A European experience in American history

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    World Footprints will explore Wilmington, Delaware and the Brandywine Valley’s rich American history and vibrant arts and cultural scene with its European flair.
    Known for its collection of American art, the internationally acclaimed Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, houses three generations of Wyeth artists—N.C. Wyeth, his son Andrew Wyeth and grandson Jamie Wyeth.  Guide Reno Winter takes us inside the Andrew Wyeth studio to learn about these legendary American artists.
    The DuPont name is synonymous with Delaware, at the Hagley Museum and Library, five generations of DuPont’s built a fortune on black powder and left an indelible mark on American history.  Guide Elaine Croft shares the legacy of the DuPont family as she takes us on a stroll through the grounds of Hagley.
    Longwood Gardens, Winterthur Mansion and Nemours Estate are some amazing attractions that were built by the DuPont family in the Wilmington area.  Each property has a distinct European feel that resembles the DuPont’s French heritage.  Lyn Lewis from Visit Wilmington explores these attractions and some of the arts and cultural scene that contributes to Delaware and the Brandywine Valley’s dynamism.
     

  • 00:32

    Soultrekking …. A whole different kind of Trip

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    Feeling unhappy, dissatisfied, lonely?  Do you fear that you’ve missed your calling?  Our guest today Jared Ciofalo wants you to know that At Any Given Moment You Have the Power to Say This is NOT How the Story is Going to End.
    Let us take you on a trek through YOUR soul.  Let’s discover your truths, your values and your worth.  Together let’s find your smile, your laughter and your joy.  
    Connect with Jared Ciofalo, Soultrekker Intuitive Life Guidance: Channeling the Hearts Truth •Website•Facebook•Instagram •The Good Men Project
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  • 01:01

    FLY BROTHER talks with Norwegian Air PR Manager Réal Hamilton-Romeo

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    On this episode, I talk to Réal Hamilton-Romeo, senior public relations manager for low-cost international carrier Norwegian Airlines, lifelong airline brat, and traveling mom. Having built a public relations career with start-ups and young, dynamic companies like ShopKeep, JetBlue and now Norwegian, Réal spends her days advocating for increased connections across borders and boundaries. Tune in and get lifted!

  • 01:22

    TravelPulse Radio – Episode 11: Disney, Last-Minute Travel Christmas Gifts, More

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    Check out Episode 11 of TravelPulse Radio featuring an interview with TravelPulse Contributor and Money Saving Expert Holly Johnson. Also featuring TravelPulse.com Editor in Chief Tim Wood and Managing Editor Barry Kaufman breaking down the hottest topics in travel, including the new SEAT act, Airbnb possibly getting into the flight game, Disney World serving alcohol at more establishments, tourism in Turkey and more. Plus, a special Gadget Guy feature helping you find the perfect last-minute Christmas gifts for the traveler in your life.

  • 01:00

    Whirl With Merle

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    Symphonic Choir debut! QUEENSBORO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Sunday May 28th, 7:30pm 
    The Queensboro Symphony Orchestra will return to Mary’s Nativity Church on Sunday, May 28th at 7:30pm to perform Anton Bruckner's glorious "Te Deum" as they present the debut of the Queensboro Symphonic Choir. This dynamic program also includes Max Bruch's "Scottish Fantasy" featuring violinist extraordinaire Kae Nakano as well as Paul Joseph’s "Cry of a Butterfly" and "First Tears of Spring". Acclaimed maestro Dong-Hyun Kim will be conducting. Program: Paul Joseph's "Cry of a Butterfly" and "First Tears of Spring" Max Bruch's "Scottish Fantasy", Kae Nakano solo violin Anton Bruckner's "Te Deum" with Queensboro Symphony Choir (Jin Soo Lee, Choir Director)
    How dod the choir get started and who will be singing?   Paul Joseph will tell all

  • 00:57

    Asia Answers - Thailand and Bali

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    On today’s show we talk about the wonders fo Thailand and Bali. Join John Gunning from Asia Answers and I as we discuss some of the amazing things you can experience while in Thailand and/or Bali. If you would like to know more about Thailand or Bali please visit us at http://www.ConnectWithHelen.com if you mention the code ThaiBali you will receive a complimentary planning consulatation (valued at $250)

  • 00:46

    Multicultural Tourism: What is it and why is it important?

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    December 18, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
    THEME: Multicultural Tourism: What is it and why is it important?
    INTERVIEW GUEST: Mr. Lou Phillips
    Lou Phillips is the Former Managing Director of Urban and Community Relations for American Airlines and the Founder and President of the Multicultural Tourism Development Alliance. After 27 years of service at American Airlines, Lou retired and founded a Northern Virginia branch of the Dr. Carter G. Woodson's Association. The Association launches strategies to celebrate African American History on a daily basis. In 2002, he launched "The Clio Exchange” television show as a tool to showcase African American achievements and expand public awareness of Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Lou is currently the President of iFaith Golf, a non-profit which sponsors the annual iFaith Golf Challenges to help feed the hungry, and the host of the Clio Exchange Express radio program.
    THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE: 
    As the population of the United States becomes more diverse and globally more interdependent, it is important that we all become engaged as multicultural global citizens. Whether it's for gaining essential job & life skills or enhancing our contributions as international citizens, the importance of understanding and respecting cultural differences is becoming a global imperative. Multicultural travel plays an important role in understanding cultural differences.  Multicultural travel provides leisure and education. It enhances the traveler’s knowledge of the histories, cultures, and contributions of diverse groups in our global society. Multicultural travel also promotes a higher quality of personal decision-making and critical thinking regarding issues of cultural pluralism. Multicultural tourism is the fastest growing segment in the travel industry. What is multicultural tourism, who actually travels and why is it important?

  • 01:02

    Safari and Beyond, Experience South Africa

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    Safari and Beyond, Experience South Africa
     
    South Africa finds itself in the top 5 of most people’s bucket list.  This episode we have the pleasure of speaking with President of South African Tourism USA, Ms. Bangu Masisi. Ms Masisi will pump us up about travels to South Africa with her description of visiting the Big 5, the diversity of activities and sites to do and see, the people and the climate.  You’ll be surprised at what you may find in South Africa when it comes to culinary experiences.  You don’t want to miss this show!
    What's to do in South Africa other than Safari
    1. Visit and Learn the history of Shabeens- The Shebeen Pub & Braai is a Charlottesville restaurant with a menu featuring South African cuisine
    2. Visit the up and coming South African Wine Country
    3. Visit a local home that has now become an art gallery
    4. Take in one of the now famous jazz festivals
    5. Go Cycling
    6. Or go bungy jumping
    There is something in South Africa for everyone.  Did you know the food trucks have been in South Africa for many years ahead of the American craze?
    In this episode you'll learn the 5 new trends for South Africa and the 10 top culinary trends.. You really want to pay attention and find out how there is a South Africa trip for everyone's budget

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