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  • 00:41

    What’s New in Las Vegas: From The Strip to Fremont Street

    in Travel

    Las Vegas is an entertainment capital that is constantly evolving. Join Travel Brigade as we find out about what’s new in Sin City. We’ll hear from the Managing Editor of Las Vegas Weekly about what’s happening with dining, clubs, music, gambling on The Strip as well as the expanding scene on East Fremont Street. Next, we’ll enjoy a new yet retro pool complex on the roof of the Plaza surrounded by the Downtown skyline. Finally, we’ll dine at a restaurant owned by former LV Mayor Oscar Goodman. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

  • 00:37

    Travel Today With Peter Greenberg — Hotel Del Coronado, San Diego, California

    in Travel

    This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the legendary Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, San Diego County, California. Joining Peter will be Travel WeeklyEditor-in-Chief Arnie Weissman will discuss the fallout from President Trump’s executive order and the travel “ban” applying to passport holders from seven different countries. Hugo Martin from the Los Angeles Times will talk about airlines cutting back on flights to Cuba—and some good news about lost/misplaced airline luggage. Troy Johnson, Food Editor of San Diego Magazine, will speak about the culinary explosion in San Diego, which has more than 4,700 local farms in the area, some of his favorite secret restaurants, and a food revolution just south of the border in Tijuana. Scott McCartney of The Wall Street Journal will talk about the growing problem of emotional support animals on planes, and the tyranny of hotel room thermostats. Sally Zoll, CEO of United Through Reading, will discuss her nonprofit’s amazing work with military service families, and the art of long distance storytelling to unite thousands of families. We’ll also talk about surf lessons with “Gnarley” Neal, a legendary wave rider who teaches at the hotel. There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Hotel del Coronado—the same hotel where they shot Some Like it Hot featuring Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon, and Tony Curtis.

  • 02:02

    True Haunting w/ special guest Edwin Becker

    in Paranormal

    Friday, June 10th     10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT
    This year we saw a televised exorcism of a home on television. This wasn’t the first time something like this was seen on TV. In 1971 you didn’t find quite as many people that believed in the paranormal. In fact there were very few who would admit they did publicly. 24 yr. old Ed Becker bought a 2 flat for himself and his wife. The couple was awaiting the birth of their child. What they didn’t expect was that the home that they had just bought already had tenants living in the home. The building that was built and occupied by a single family that refused to relinquish their hold, even after death. Investigated and verified by experts, this residence brought chaos to the lives of those who chose to reside there. Long before the laws of disclosure, this couple wound up in the midst of strange occurrences prior to the term 'paranormal' becoming a common description.
    NBC filmed and televised the exorcism of the home. Edwin F Becker wrote 2 books about this experience. “True Haunting” and “True Haunting 2” is the story of what happened in that home and how it affected the people involved.  It is a story that will scare the heck out of you, because it really happened. Ed Becker will be joining us next Friday night to share his story. You won’t want to miss this one. Be here and keep the lights on as we what happened during a “True Haunting”.

  • 00:15

    Bonus show - Stephen on the The Outdoors Hour

    in Hobbies

    Rebrodcast of Stephen on the The Outdoors Hour
    “The Outdoors Hour” celebrates our love of nature with host, Peter Elliott and friends talking to everyday Kiwis about their personal experiences, both good and bad, with plenty of disasters, lots of humour and lessons learned.

  • 01:46

    Illuminati Mind Control (Part 1)

    in Paranormal

    On this broadcast, I talk with Daniel Duval and special guest Carolyn Hamlett about Illuminati mind control and similar subjects related to the occult and Satanic Ritual Abuse. website: http://http//www.bridemovement.com/

  • 00:45

    The Best & Taylor Global Intel Update

    in Paranormal

    Trump appears to be baiting the "opposition" and they have taken the bait. No one knows except the inner circles what is really going on as mankind is played like a fiddle by Satan's minions as the world rolls into its final phases of probation. Obama's coup against Trump real or just another "teaser" before the real chaos begins? We only know what the Bible prophets have said - America goes down in confusion, but no one knows how long it takes. Trump and Bibi have both used "Security and Peace" and war in the Middle East appears very close at hand. More rain on the West Coast, chaos in the weather, and Earth changes accelerating.  

  • 00:28

    Great Loop Radio: An Update on the Status of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway

    in Travel

    Loopers will be heading up the Atlantic Intracoastal soon as they migrate north.  Join us as Brad Pickel, Director of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association, gives us current information on the status of the Waterway after Hurricane Matthew and how changes in Washington will effect the waterway.

  • 00:23

    Best Of "Live" The Emperor's Tombs Of Vietnam Part II-Tu Duc

    in Travel

    The tomb of Tu Duc, approximately 5 kilometers outside of Hue, the former Imperial Capital, is one of the grandest of all with construction that took place over 3 years requiring 10,000 laborers. 
    Tu Duc was the longest reigning Emperor of the Nguyen dynasty, holding power for 36 years from 1848-83. His tomb served as palatial retreat for himself, his wives, concubines, and entourage after it's completion in 1867. 
    The tomb complex is filled with buildings, temples, a lake, a tiny island where he could hunt small game, pavilions for relaxing and writing poetry and expansive grounds.
    Tu Duc's remains were never actually buried at the site of the tomb where he had spent so much time. Instead they were placed in a mysterious location somewhere around Hue. To ensure secrecy, the 200 workers that buried Tu Duc's remains were beheaded afterwards. To this day this site has still not been discovered. 
    When I walked around the Tomb of Tu Duc while broadcasting live on Periscope it was truly hard not to appreciate it's beauty while marvelling at the craftsmanship, artistry, and design.
    Donate now and help support the Far East Adventure Travel Podcast. A gift of $5, $10, $20, or $30 goes along way to help with production and travel costs. Whenever possible I stay in guesthouses, employ local guides and drivers, and support local business. The money I spend goes directly back into the community and so can yours. Support Far East Adventure Travel with a donation now!Donate paypal.me/JohnASaboe Donate
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  • 02:20

    Interview with Ruth Bush - 2/20/2017

    in Hobbies

    Yes we have the honor having one of the designers of some of the greatest ponys and playsets we know and love from the orginal 1980's G1 collection on our show.  Was inducted in the the Pony Hall of Fame during the 2016 MLP fair yes we have the one the only Ruth Bush.  worked at Hasbro from 1985 thru 1987. She even worked on the unreleased Flutter Hideaway playset.  Originally hired to create the MLP packaging line.  The package design had been coordinated by girl’s toys but farmed out to freelancers which cost them a great deal. As a designer she gathered prototypes, penciled accurate layouts to include all details of the line, small parts warnings copyrights etc. Due to the number of products being produced per year, she developed a relationship with the model shop and often painted prototypes in order to keep on scheduling. Creating color comps for toy fair and final approval to help determine final product . Attended photoshoots with product to follow packaging layouts.  Similarly, due to work load, she started illustrating labels for playsets, and R&D offered me a position in girl’s toys creating pony extensions and playsets.  Join us as we interveiw her and hear about the unreleased Flutter Hideaway. 
    Also join us for our wacky conversations.
    Also if we continue to be off topic we will change the topic of the show to reflect that. 
    Also we don't take random callers, now random callers are people whom we have not invited to be on the show, or do not message us to tell us who they are and if we have had them on the show before, due to the issues we have had with random people in the chat rooms who were inappropriate.  This is a live show and we can not edit anything out that is said.  We keep this a family friendly show and want to keep it that way.

  • 00:57
  • 00:32

    Always Listening 3rd Annual Christmas Special

    in Podcasting

    'Tis the Season, for Josh and Joel to outsource their podcast. Every year we invite some other podcaster friends to share a podcast or episode they'd "give" to someone this holiday season. This year we're joined by Jennifer Briney from Congressional Dish, Aaron Mahnke from Lore and Jonathan, Carmela and Chris from Trivial Warfare. With a special appearance by the gang from Podcaster's Group Therapy.
    Podcasts mentioned in this episode: Congressional Dish - Jennifer Briney - Ronna and Beverly?http://www.earwolf.com/show/ronna-beverly/
    Lore - Aaron Mahnke - Love and Radio “The Living Room”?http://loveandradio.org/2015/03/the-living-room/
    Trivial Warfare
    Carmela - Hadron Gospel Hour - http://www.hadrongospelhour.com
    Wooden Overcoats - http://www.woodenovercoats.com
    Chris - The Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast - http://notsam.com/wrestlingpodcast/
    The West Wing Weekly - http://thewestwingweekly.com
    Jonathan - No Such Thing as a Fish - http://qi.com/podcast
    Joel - Robot or Not - https://www.theincomparable.com/robot/
    ?Josh - Podcaster’s Group Therapy - http://podcastersgrouptherapy.com