April 3rd - JOHN BOLTON, Senior Vice President, Oak View Group.
On this episode of Big Conversations, Little Bar, legendary journalist Bruce Fessier pulls up to the little bar and shares a wide variety of stories from his more-than-four-decades residing in the Coachella Valley. A writer and editor at The Desert Sun til May of 2019, Fessier has seen and covered it all – especially when it comes to entertainment, the rich and famous, the elected, the powerful... and, the mob. The music and theatre scene in Greater Palm Springs hasn't just been his beat. He's been instrumental in building and growing it. Don't miss this extraordinary episode as he spends an hour with Patrick Evans and Randy Florence.
On this episode of the The Desert Scene, Bonnie G. talks with actress Kim Shroeber Long about her career and about Razzle Dazzle, the upcoming Broadway revue she's part of at the Palm Springs Cultural Center. Kim's journey has taken her from rural Ohio to the Bay Area to Pasadena, and now the Desert Cities. Kim discusses how public television shaped her desire to become a musical performer.
Bonnie G. welcomes actress Suzie Wourms, appearing in Prepping For Widowhood, the latest offering from Script2Stage2Screen. This comedic play is about four women who have been friends since college and call themselves the Four Seasons, since each was born in a different season of the year. One is a widow, and the others are preparing for that probability.
Desert Arc's 13th Annual Golf Classic takes place on April 3rd at the Eagle Falls Golf Course and Fantasy Springs Resort Casino. Bonnie G. chats with Desert Arc's President and CEO Richard Balocco about the event. He also gives us details about the work the organization does for valley residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
We've come to the end of the first season of HBO's hit new series The Last of Us. Radio111 silver screen and tube reviewer Brayan Mendoza gives us his final thoughts on this adaptation of literature to film, and what he anticipates if there is subsequent installments.
This rock-star royalty truly had a genie in a bottle. Fame, fortune, cocaine abuse and sex addiction kept the cork firmly in place. No matter how much Herlo A. tried to blot out the painful memories of childhood demonic abuse, there sat his lonely fears and private insecurities begging to escape in the ether of his daily hedonistic indulgences. It’s always darkest before the Dawn. Wasn’t that her name? Step into the exam room with Toby C. and Herlo to review a spiritual experience - the right prescription if you will, that conquered the evil manipulations of his immoral pleasure prison. Prepared to transcend the temptation of lust and all forms of sadistic dominance – Now!
with Toby C.
Psychiatrists and psychologists point out the deep need every human being has for practical insight and knowledge of one’s own personality flaws. Examine with Toby C. why so many in recovery, who obtain a profound wisdom of themselves and others, cannot stay sober. Lest we use this knowledge to win over the entire confidence of another sufferer within a few hours, very little if anything can be accomplished. Sobriety is fitting ourselves and applying ourselves to work with others. Are you really sober or are you doing just the bare bones minimum to elude your deadly obsessions? Are you really happy? You decide!
On this episode of Outspoken with Joy Silver, guest Savannah Worley talks about the KKK’s history in the state of Indiana. Savannah is a writer on Medium, an ex-journalist, and was born in Indiana. She writes mainly about racism and mental health, and how the extremists want to obliterate learning the true history of the United States.
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