Archive for May, 2013

Australia’s Hottest New Wine Region Inspires a Summer Wine Pairing

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Australia’s Hottest New Wine Region Inspires a Summer Wine Pairing

A new “must-do” for visitors to Sydney, who enjoy diverse and stunning scenery, small artisan producers and boutique hotels, quaint cafes, delectable seafood, and amazing wines, the Shoalhaven is coming into its own. 

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Sports Byline USA Celebrates 25th Silver Anniversary Year

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Sports Byline USA Celebrates 25th Silver Anniversary Year

Sports Byline USA, “America’s Sports Talk Network,” is celebrating its 25th anniversary year as the pioneering and first national, sports talk radio network and content company.  Launched in 1988 with 12 radio stations, SBUSA today has nearly 200 U.S. terrestrial radio affiliates and is heard in Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, Orlando, San Diego, Kansas […]

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Do-It-Yourself Coconut & Lime Sugar Scrub

Do-It-Yourself Coconut & Lime Sugar Scrub

    Summer is here and the hot weather can do a number on your skin. Smooth out the dryness with this rich exfoliating sugar scrub. The natural oils in lime zest and the moisturizing coconut oil paired with sugar makes for an excellent all natural exfoliant and will leave your skin feeling rejuvenated. The fresh coconut lime fragrance […]

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Hear Them Again – For the First Time with Long Run Champ Magic Milt Larsen

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Hear Them Again – For the First Time with Long Run Champ Magic Milt Larsen

Veteran Hollywood entrepreneur Milt Larsen is well known for creating long running show business attractions. 

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Summer Fun with Beer Under the Sun!

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Summer Fun with Beer Under the Sun!

Hot summer sun means it’s time for cold beer. But which are the tastiest ones out there?

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Calories Are Good, Calories Are Bad

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Calories Are Good, Calories Are Bad

Calories are our partner in life. But like any partnership, we must know if these partnerships are positive or negative – and act accordingly & responsibly.

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Interview with Nancy DuBois – Chief Concierge at The Lodge at Golden Gate

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Interview with Nancy DuBois – Chief Concierge at The Lodge at Golden Gate

San Francisco is a hot destination!  Voted countless times as one of the world’s most desirable destinations, the city is constantly buzzing with a multicultural energy of eager shoppers, diners, water enthusiasts, cyclists, sight-seers, or just relaxed vacationers people-watching and going on scenic drives.  Few get to, and even less consider staying at, the small […]

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A Family Recipe: CRN Nachos – Chips off the Old Block!

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A Family Recipe: CRN Nachos – Chips off the Old Block!

Chuck Horn delivers a family-treasured recipe for nachos that pair up great with wine and beer.

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Comrex Access: Why Every Show Needs One

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The Internet is everywhere – and radio shows should be, as well. Here’s how the Comrex Access makes it happen.

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What the Wise Ones in India do Almost Every Day

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The Indian system of Oil Pulling has been practiced in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. Learn about how it can purify your body!

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The Pineal Gland and Feeding It!

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The Pineal Gland and Feeding It!

How much do you know about the pineal gland? Here’s how a healthy pineal gland can help make a healthier, happier you!

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Matchmaking

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Matchmaking

Pairing wine with food is a topic that gets frequently overcomplicated.

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The Real “Thunder from Down Under” is on its Way!

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The Real “Thunder from Down Under” is on its Way!

Raise your glasses, the real “Thunder from Down Under” is on it’s way! Think peas, corn, heirloom tomatoes, peaches, sun-kissed strawberries, Pacific Salmon and winter black truffles. This is the truest and most delicious sense of South Meets North there could be.

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Discover the Joy in the Journey (Because There is No Destination)

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Discover the Joy in the Journey (Because There is No Destination)

The joy is in the journey. You’ve probably heard that before. What does that really mean? Especially when parts of the journey are challenging or just plain dreadful?

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A Trip to Mexico – Baja California

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A Trip to Mexico – Baja California

From the moment you hit the road towards Rosarito Beach, in the state of Baja California, the adventure is felt just by looking at the spectacular landscapes found along the highway all the short trip about 30 miles away.

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In the Garage with Bodie Stroud

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In the Garage with Bodie Stroud

I hope you have been enjoying the In The Garage Show.  We have been bringing you interviews with some of the biggest names in the hot rod and custom car world over the past year.  And things are only going to get better.

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French Rastafarian Baker Chef Hugues Maitre wishes us a Bless Up for Spring!

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French Rastafarian Baker Chef Hugues Maitre wishes us a Bless Up for Spring!

It’s Springtime and love is in the air.  This is the season when flowers bloom with vibrancy, vegetation thrives, trees bare new fruit and the sun is bright, high in the sky.  Days are longer and it’s a time for gathering with friends and family. 

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Paul Stern Reviews the KFC Buffet

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Paul Stern Reviews the KFC Buffet

While driving to Plam Springs, I passed a billboard indicating there was an approaching KFC buffet!!!  I wasn’t aware KFC had buffets, so I thought to check it out.  It seemed like the ultimate treat for KFC lovers.

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Are You Digging Your Grave With Your Teeth?

Are You Digging Your Grave With Your Teeth?

By Parthenia Grant, PhD I learned in junior high that live amino acids are the building blocks of life and that the body needs essential fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins and minerals to maintain health and produce energy.  After that revelation, I ran home and planted a vegetable garden because our diet consisted of dead […]

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