Please join Maria in her discussion with Dr. Mario Martinez, a clinical neuropsychologist as well as psychoneuroimmunology. He shares with her why longevity is learned, why most illnesses are learned, how culture shapes perception in addition to our immune systems. www.biocognitive.com
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I have been involved with another move. There is a pattern in my existence and that is one of constant change. The beauty of life is that the only thing we can count on is change and I’m a forerunner in that regard.
I’ve moved 4 times in the past 3 1/2 years. I’ve moved dozens of times in my adult life. It is exhausting, exhilarating, exciting, daunting and an opportunity for personal growth, purging, donating, downsizing and rightsizing.
Thank you for your patience and your understanding. We’re getting back to ‘normal’ shortly!
A 35-year career in the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), Michael G. Harpold visits with Maria about the mid 60’s when he had the opportunity to meet Cesar Chavez, president of the National Farm Workers Association and their continued relationship.
Author of, “Jumping the Line”, Mike holds a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Fresno and attended Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco.
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The decline of the global bee population is estimated to be at about 50% in the last 50 years. However, since 2006, the bee population is declining by 50% ANNUALLY and in some instances by 90%!
Please join Maria as she discusses what is referred to as the ‘Colony Collapse Disorder’ with Assistant Professor, Bryan Rasmussen of the faculty at California Lutheran University.
A day in the life of a bee is utterly fascinating. Their conversation includes the life cycle of a bee, the Queen bee, the mating flight and other details.
There are also two events related to the topic if you live in Southern CA.
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Please join Maria as she visits with two of the stars in the Cabrillo Music Theatre’s Regional Premiere of the Original Tony Award-winning musical, “In The Heights.” Lano Medina who plays Usnavi and Ayme Olivo who portrays Nina both speak with Maria about their roles in the production as well as their respective careers.
This is a production you do not want to miss! It closes on Sunday, April 6th. Tickets are still available at the box office or through any Ticketmaster location, or by phone at 800.745.3000.
Reinventing, retraining, attaining a dream is achievable for all of us. Please join Maria on a special 2-part podcast about folks doing exactly that! The Phoenix Scholarships are awarded by the Ventura College Foundation and it is helping to change people’s lives. Executive Director, Norbert Tan and Scott, one of this year’s recipients share how VCF and their scholarships are assisting folks to reach their dreams.
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As someone who has had the pleasure of interviewing Cookie Johnson in person last month at her 5th anniversary celebration of her CJ by Cookie Johnson collection, I cannot tell you enough how much I love her jeans! I wear the Life Baby Bootcut and they fit like a dream and honor a woman’s body.
CJ by Cookie Johnson is excited to announce that they will be launching their collection of premium denim on the Home Shopping Network this Thursday, April 4th at 12pm PDT/3:00pm EDT. Cookie, wife of NBA legend, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, is thrilled to be a part of the HSN. And we’re happy to share this information with you as it follows our inspirational and entrepreneurial focus that we try to share with our podcasts.
CJ by Cookie Johnson is a premium denim brand and was launched in the spring of 2009 and offers smart, versatile styles to women sizes 24-38 (2-18), with prices ranging from $128-$188.
Click here for her website.