Archive for February, 2013

Tell the Truth and Let the Peace Fall Where it May!

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Tell the Truth and Let the Peace Fall Where it May!

“If I tell the real truth about me, you won’t love me … actually, no one will.” That single thought has driven me to madness for most of my life. It’s like having a nasty little thought-vampire living in my head with fangs like dagger straws sucking out the oxygen-rich blood that would otherwise fuel […]

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Show Spotlight: The Thom Hartmann Show

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Show Spotlight: The Thom Hartmann Show

“There’s a buzz growing around talk show host Thom Hartmann, whose nationally syndicated daily program is drawing high marks by those who are on the lookout for talk radio’s “Great Liberal Hope.” Thom Hartmann is live daily from noon-3 PM ET in Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Atlanta, Detroit, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Santa Fe, […]

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Chef Piero’s Caponata Irene

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Chef Piero’s Caponata Irene

1 large onion, chopped fine 1 large celery stalk, chopped fine 1 large fennel stalk, chopped fine ¾ cup olive oil 3 large eggplants, unpeeled and cut into small strips 4 T crushed garlic 1 ½ T tomato paste 2 T capers 1 T sweet basil 1 T oregano 2 T lemon juice 1/3 cup […]

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Up Close and Personal with Robert Conrad

Up Close and Personal with Robert Conrad

Long known for his role as James West on the popular 60’s series “The Wild, Wild, West,” Robert Conrad remains one of television’s most recognized personalities. Despite having left the industry over 10 years ago, Conrad is once again experiencing a resurgence thanks to a new role he had never considered before – radio show […]

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Show Spotlight: Talk Back with Chuck Wilder

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Show Spotlight: Talk Back with Chuck Wilder

Chuck Wilder continues the tradition of the late George Putnam with his daily show “Talk Back”. Chuck’s unique guests, direct commentary and wit arm you with the information you need to muddle through all of the issues facing Americans today. Start a conversation and answer back, Monday through Friday at 12 PM PST.

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A New Way to Protect Your Home

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A New Way to Protect Your Home

        Adding to its portfolio of communications services including high speed Internet, cable TV and phone, Cox Communications launched Home Security to customers in San Diego, Orange County, Palos Verdes and Santa Barbara, in November 2012. Cox began piloting the new product in Arizona in 2011, and plans to launch in additional […]

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From the Boathouse

From the Boathouse

Ahoy! Newport Harbor is known for majestic yachts that dock in the backyards of mansions, and the celebrities who might be seen onboard sipping champagne. Celebrities who owned yachts in Newport Harbor include Nicolas Cage, John Wayne, Humphrey Bogart, Buddy Epson, James Cagney, Shirley Temple, Errol Flynn, and Mae West. John Wayne’s yacht the 136 […]

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The Magic of Radio

The Magic of Radio

When I was a kid I always loved radio. As a teenager, a friend of mine and I hosted a show for KSVA a closed circuit broadcast to the beds at Sawtelle Veterans Hospital. As an avid collector of vintage records, CBS Radio host Jim Hawthorne paired me with the founder of CBS radio Andrew […]

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An Apple a Day

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An Apple a Day

By Erik Hines Our health is our most important asset. Having stated the obvious, I’ll now try to redeem myself from sounding like I’m trying to sell you a book. I’m not. I’m an average 30-something, married, fully employed at a desk, with 3 loving children; just a ‘regular guy’. So why should you listen […]

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Romantic Wines and Getaways

Romantic Wines and Getaways

On a recent holiday trip to Sonoma, I discovered some really stellar and noteworthy wines.  Our group did a tour of some of the wineries and vineyard stops that make California’s wine country the perfect stop for a romantic holiday trip. Williams Seylem Our first stop was to Williams Seylem winery at their new tasting […]

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Show Spotlight: What’s Cookin’ Today

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Show Spotlight: What’s Cookin’ Today

Hosted by Mike Horn and Paul Stern, What’s Cookin’ Today is the nation’s premiere food, wine, travel and entertainment show. Featuring interviews with the hottest chefs, the best winemakers, the coolest travel destinations and the biggest names in Hollywood, What’s Cookin’ Today has something for every person that likes to eat and live well! Tune […]

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Moscato Granita with Crème Fraiche

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Moscato Granita with Crème Fraiche

I rarely have those moments when I actually want to use the “OMG” expression, but this was one of those. I was testing a granita recipe using the Innocent Bystander sparkling Moscato and had frozen the wine in ice cube trays with sugar syrup on the side ready to test. I plopped an iced wine […]

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Show Spotlight: The Larry Manetti Show

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Show Spotlight: The Larry Manetti Show

Magnum P.I. star, Larry Manetti is a man of many talents! Join Larry and wife Nancy as they give you a look into their colorful life. Each week, Larry and Nancy talk entertainment, news of the day, even recipes as they share laughs with their listeners! Plus, you won’t want to miss their celebrity interviews […]

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Chef Piero’s Polpette Di Carne

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Chef Piero’s Polpette Di Carne

1 lb Ground Beef 1 lb Ground Pork 2 cups Ricotta Cheese ½ cup Parmesan Cheese 1 ½ tsp Nutmeg 1 tsp Kosher Salt 2 Eggs ½ cup Pancetta- minced About 1 cup of flour for patties About ¼ cup of olive oil for sauce and searing patties For the Sauce: 6 Cloves of Garlic- […]

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Grilled Raspberry and Brie Sandwiches

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Grilled Raspberry and Brie Sandwiches

These sandwiches are great on their own served with soup or a salad on the side or make them and cut into bites to serve as an appetizer at your next party. 8 slices of sourdough, ciabatta or other hearty bread 8 slices of Brie cheese 4 tablespoons raspberry jam or preserves 4 tablespoons butter, […]

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Show Spotlight: The Fred Dryer Show

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Show Spotlight: The Fred Dryer Show

Former NFL defensive end and star of the show Hunter, Fred Dryer is now an active voice in politics. Join him each week for his unique perspective on current affairs and a common sense approach to the political landscape. When you hear Fred Dryer’s insightful comments, you will never look politics the same way again! […]

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Advocating for the Disabled

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Advocating for the Disabled

With Evelyn Stypula I have a soft spot for the disabled. I grew up in a family with two handicapped siblings; a younger sister Jane and my big brother, Kev. Both were born with mental retardation—what they called it at the time–and cerebral palsy. My brother was fascinated with mechanical things and loved to figure […]

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It’s The Best of Times and Worst of Times for Radio

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It’s The Best of Times and Worst of Times for Radio

The only thing constant is change, and over the last decade, entertainment (especially radio) has gone through some major ones indeed. There are not many aspects that have gone unaltered; from the very devices we use to consume radio, to the way hosts are employed. About the only thing that stayed the same is the […]

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Show Spotlight: Dennis Prager

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Show Spotlight: Dennis Prager

One of America’s most respected radio talk show hosts. Dennis Prager is one of America’s most respected radio talk show hosts. He has been broadcasting on radio in Los Angeles since 1982. His popular show became nationally syndicated in 1999 and airs live, Monday through Friday, Noon-3pm (Eastern Time) from his home station, KRLA. Widely […]

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The Concierge Insider: Yountville, California

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The Concierge Insider: Yountville, California

The first in a new series, “The Concierge Insider”, is a behind-the-scenes look into the lives and secrets of some great concierges in marvelous locations. Each guest concierge featured will give us insider tips into their own locate, plus some highlights and anecdotes of their career. Join me for this fun, informative and interesting series […]

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