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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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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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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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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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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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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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Why Settle for Less in a Relationship?

Why Settle for Less in a Relationship?

Even with 7 billion people on the planet, when it comes to relationships, far too many have a tendency to settle for less than the ideal mate out of a misguided belief in scarcity: a shortage of good men and women. Worse yet, many stay in physically, mentally or emotionally abusive relationships till death do […]

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