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Animal Segment – April 14, 2018

9:00-10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 3 – Animal Segment

Michael Russell
– Feral Cats; Also called “Community Cats”, are cats out in the wild. FREE program to trap these cats, spay, neuter, microchip them, give them basic vaccines and then return them to their area. Breed more often than domesticated cats.
– Kitten Season; NOW!!!! As Snowbirds leave the Valley there are lots of deserted cats because folks believe cats can suddenly survive in the wild….
– Foster Parents; Food, toys, etc., are provided while you foster the animal. Usually have to foster until a kitten is weaned and taught to use a litter box. When we have Foster Parents we don’t have to build animal shelters.
(760) 834-7000


“Senior Moment”/Forest Lawn Segment – April 14, 2018

10:00-11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 1 – “Senior Moment”/Forest Lawn Segment

Larry Davis
– Report on recent Salvation Army’s Veterans Expo @ Fairgrounds that Forest Lawn sponsored. They did a “gallery of heroes” tribute w/ photos of “then” and “now” pictures and a description.
– Veteran’s Benefits upon death. A complimentary flag, military honors (gun salute, flag detail), burial @ Riverside National Cemetery, casket or cremation space.
– HOLD THE DATE: 5/28 – Memorial Day Service @ Forest Lawn – Cathedral City @ 10:30 AM. Speakers, Armed Forces Medley, a bugler, release of doves, ice cream, etc., Arrive early, no reservations.
– You can find graves of folks buried @ Forest Lawn on their website.
– Forest Lawn also provides the carnations for the air drop over @ the Palm Springs Air Museum.
– Discussion of the benefits or not, of military service.
(760) 328-3112


“Senior Moment”/Family Hospice Care Segment – April 14, 2018

10:00-11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 2 – “Senior Moment”/Family Hospice Care Segment

Dr. Howard Cohen
– Seniors become more dehydrated, stay in more because of the heat, don’t eat correctly, etc.,
– Requirements for Hospice Care….1. Must be evaluated by a hospice professional. 2. Must have a terminal illness w/ a life expectancy of 6 months or less. 3. Hospice is paid by Medicare.
– Best to keep patients in their regular routine, regular discipline and comfort zone, so hospice accomplishes that.
– Unfortunately patients sometimes fight going into hospice because they think it means immediate death, but folks can be discharged from hospice if they improve.
(760) 674-3344

Dr. Howie

“Senior Moment”/Family Hospice Care Segment Cont – April 14, 2018

10:00-11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 3 – “Senior Moment”/Family Hospice Care Segment

Dr. Howard Cohen
– Two kinds of hospice patients…those WITH cancer and those WITHOUT.
– Patients can “opt” in and out of hospice @ their will. “Capacity” comes into play in these decisions.
– End of Life Options Act (EOLA) passed June 9, 2016 in CA. To end your own life you must 1. Have a verbal conversation w/ your doctor. 2. Get a second opinion, that you have the capacity to make this decision and to administer the medication yourself. 3. Go back to primary doctor within 14 days, get a written request w/ 2 witnesses….then your primary Dr. will write the prescription that will end your life. Then the medication is in your own home and you can take it when/if you wish. Called physician-assisted death, not suicide.
(760) 674-3344

Joey and Dr. Howie

Neuro Vitality Center Segment – April 14, 2018

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Hour 3 Seg 1 – Neuro Vitality Center Segment

Bev Greer, the Executive Director re:
– Been in existence 40 years, with total budget support coming from the community.
– Need for volunteers, lots of opportunity to share your own talents etc.,
– The only facility of it’s kind IN THE WORLD!!! An ambulatory center. Sun Dial bus has a door to door service.
– Shop @ the Jackie Lee Thrift Shot on the premises.
– 4/20 – City of Palm Desert designated that date as Neuro Vitality Center Day.
– 4/20 – “A Night In Tuscany” 40th Anniversary Celebration @ the Center, 5 – 8 PM, 2800 E. Alejo, P.S. Italian Feast, Silent Auction, Entertainment w/ award-winning Italian Classic Vocalist Gerald Colucci. $40. Ticket price.
(760) 323-7676


Desert Regional Medical Center Segment – April 14, 2018

11:00-12:00 PM

Hour 3 Seg 2 – Desert Regional Medical Center Segment

Dr. Mehrdad Asgeri
– Mehrdad means “Gift of a Son, one who is truly passionate. Asgeri means “soldier” in Persian.
– His specialty is gastroenterology.
– He has a new technique to examine the pancreas in an out-patient procedure w/ a very small probe to see the pancreas w/ an ultrasound technology that goes down through the throat. NON-INVASIVE.
– High risk patients for pancreatic cancer should have this procedure every 2 to 3 years. Family history comes into play here, etc.,
– 4/18 – His FREE talk “OH MY ACHING STOMACH”… How Stress Affects Your Digestion @ the Stergios Building @ D.R.M.C. from 10 AM to 11 AM. How big and small stresses affect your digestive system…Q. and A. w/ Dr. Asgeri.
– Tips to avoid stomach ulcers – take ONLY Tylenol, all other pain remedies are hurtful to many other organs and can cause ulcers.
(800) 491-4990

Dr. Asgeri

AirMedCare Network Segment – April 14, 2018

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Hour 3 Seg 3 – AirMedCare Network Segment

Kellie Kennedy
– Your local air ambulance membership provider offering life-saving services to communities across the United States.
– Emergent “Life or Limb” membership. Reach Helicopter transport. $65./yr., for entire household.
– “Fly U Home” membership. Jet transport to your primary residence w/ all necessary medical personnel and family members on board too. $149/yr., for entire household.
– Smart to buy both programs for $199./yr.
– Starts w/ a 911 call and 911 will dispatch Reach Air to you.
– A ‘scene’ call is a car accident, an ATV accident, etc., activated by a 911 call and then they would call Reach Air.
– Entire household means kids away @ college, renters, guests etc.,
– 4/22 – Get your questions answered @ Murrieta Firefighters 71st Tri-Tip BBQ @ Murrieta Community Center.
(760) 218-0802


Theater Segment – April 7, 2018

9:00-10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 1 – Theater Segment

Jim Strait
– Report on the successful run of “Suddenly Last Summer” that just closed.
– TOMORROW: “Mis-cast Cabaret” (the “u-gala”) BENEFIT for the Theater, when performers who do and do not sing, will perform a number they would NEVER play. 6 PM w/ appetizers and hosted wine bar. Show @ 7 PM. Desserts @ Intermission. Tix are $50. Dress in “aloha wear”.
(760) 202-3000

Steven Smith
– “Damn Yankees” opened last night to rave reviews.
– Steven is the musical director.
– Rest of the season: Gypsy, Blythe Spirit, Wedding Singer.
– Then 6 week Summer Kids Theater Camp for grades 3 thru 10. Final show @ the end of camp.
(760) 323-5123

Les Michaels
– Cabaret on Sundays @ the Arthur Newman Theater @ the Joslyn Center. 108 seats. TOMORROW: Mary Jo Mundy in “Nearly Nyro”
– 4/15 – 2 PM – “Ter Gallagher in “A Woman of a Certain Age”
– 4/22 – 2 PM – Sharon Sills in “Songs My Mother Hated”
– 4/29 – 2 PM – Rose Mallett in “Songs of Sarah”
– Cabaret on Sundays will return in June.
– TONIGHT: Sat., nights @ A.J.’s on the Green, and they will be adding a 2nd night.

Jim, Steven and Les.

McCallum Theatre/Opera In The Park Segment – April 7, 2018

9:00-10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 2 – McCallum Theatre/Opera In The Park Segment

Jeff Norman
– New Season: All tix on sale 4/16 @ 8 AM online and @ the box office…live and in “real time” New brochure should be in your home by now.
– Be certain to go to the proper website for legitimate tickets.
– Great Broadway Season; Jersey Boys, Wiz of Oz w/ Andrew Lloyd Webber, 20th anniversary tour of Rent, Evita, Spam-a-lot, Something Rotten.
– 3 Sessions of Nat Geo LIVE. Photographers and writers that work w/ National Geographic.
– Legends Series; Holiday Shows, and Mitch’s Picks.
– (contact info: www.mccallumtheatre.com and (760) 340-ARTS)

Renee Glickman (chair of the Allegro Society etc.,)
– TOMORROW: FREE!!!!!! – 20th Opera in the Park @ 1 and runs until 4, w/ an Intermission.
– Not just opera, but arias from popular operas, w/ 8 opera singers. 32 piece professional orchestra. Picnic under a larger and bigger tent, or in their own folding chairs in the park.
– Can park over @ PSHS and shuttle over to Sunrise Park.
– 50 Year-Old Opera Guild has a booth with merchandise available. Food trucks will be there.

Bill Fisher (Board member)
– Last year over 5,000 folks attended…will be bigger this year.
– Jesus Leon will be returning and singing “Nessum Dorma
– Venders will be selling all kinds of foods.
– Secure and safe for families w/ children.
– (contact info: www.palmspringsoperaguild.org)

Renee and Bill

Restaurant of the Week/Palm Springs Cultural Center/Camelot Segment – April 7, 2018

9:00-10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 3 –
Restaurant of the Week/Palm Springs Cultural Center/Camelot Segment

Troy Neifert re: Koffi
– New, bigger location on Tahquitz Cyn., w/ exclusive use of the outside patio, facing the Mountains, on a major corridor to the Airport. 650 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs.
– Expanded product line w/ more bottled drinks.
– Parking for this new store
– 5:30 AM to 7 PM, 7 days a week.
– This is the 4th store and it’s in an Historical Property.

Sunny Thompson
– Desert Symphony’s “Children’s Music Discovery Series” will benefit from the WORLD PREMIER; @ the American Documentary Film Festival Tues. Ap., 10 @ the Camelot Theatre @ 7 PM. $60. Tix @ (760) 773-5988) w/ Q. & A afterwards.
– “Marilyn Forever Blonde” stars Sunny Thompson.
– Pre-Show Champagne & Hors d’oeurves Reception @ 4:30 @ LuLu’s CA. Bistro.
– Story of how she “became” Marilyn Monroe.
– Front page of the Desert Sun last Thursday.
(760) 773-5988


Rest in Peace

5.5 – R.I.P. Cheeta the Chimp. Loved those Tarzan Movies you starred in. Blessings to your long-time “keeper”/friend/”father” Dan Westfall.

Naomi Judd. 1.11.1946 – 4.30.2022


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