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January

Palm Springs City Council Segment – January 7, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 5 Seg 3 – Palm Springs City Council Segment

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PALM SPRINGS CITY COUNCIL w/ Mayor Lisa Middleton. 3200 E. Tahquitz Cyn., Way, Palm Springs, 92262.
– REPORT that the City is in a very difficult place W this point in time due to Covid and the cancellation of the Palm Springs International Film Festival this coming Jan. IT WILL BE BACK.
– DISCUSSION of the millions of dollars that are at risk during a production by a major studio, everyone understands why the PSIFF had to be cancelled.
– REPORT on the City’s Homelessness Situation.  Difficult and worse during Covid.  Unhoused (due to economic reasons) and the City is working to get them into housing and back to work.  The City has placed hundreds of these folks and is working extensively w/ charities, i.e. Martha’s Village.
– REPORT that many homeless are children and seniors.  IMPORTANT STATEMENT FROM THE MAYOR….when you see a homeless person and are tempted to give them some money, IT IS BETTER to buy them food, or take them to a shelter so they don’t spend the monies on drugs.
– REPORT on the statis of crime prevention in Palm Springs and the wonderful new police chief Andrew Mills.  We have very little crime compared to other communities.  Our tourist population and car thefts are tempting to criminals.
– REPORT that Mayor Middleton’s door is OPEN.
– Contact info: email; lisa.middleton@nullpalmspringsca.gov and www.palmspringsca.gov and (760) 323-8922).

Mayor Middleton

“Talk of Stars” Segment – January 6, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 4 Seg 1 – “Talk of Stars” Segment

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TALK OF STARS w/ Cindy Williams re: American actress and producer.
– DISCUSSION of her childhood, family and background.

Cindy

cont. “Talk of Stars” Segment – January 6, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 4 Seg 2 – cont. “Talk of Stars” Segment

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TALK OF STARS w/ Cindy Williams re: American actress and producer.
– DISCUSSION of her career, movies, television in it’s “Golden Age”. 8 seasons w/ “Laverne & Shirley”.

Joey & Cindy

cont. “Talk of Stars” Segment – January 6, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 4 Seg 3 – cont. “Talk of Stars” Segment

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TALK OF STARS w/ Cindy Williams re: American actress and producer.
– DISCUSSION of the future.
– DISCUSSION of writing her one woman show w/ the talented Charles Duggan. www.memyselfandshirley.com
– HOLD THE DATE: Her one woman show: “Me, Myself & Shirley” @ the Annenberg Theater Jan., 20 – 22, 2022 for 4 shows. Tickets @ www.psmuseum.org.

“Me, Myself & Shirley”

“Spiritual” Travel Segment – January 5, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 3 Seg 1 – “Spiritual” Travel Segment

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LALO VISIONS w/ Lalo Tachiquin re: Clairvoyant from “Casa Del Monte” in Yucca Valley.
– DEFINITON of Lalo’s “gift” of psychic abilities and communing w/ angels to pass on messages to the living. He’s a spiritual healer, clairvoyant and psychic reader. He hears and sees things.
– QUESTIONS from “Joey Pals”. 
1. Can you send a message to someone “on the other side”? (No.  We cannot communicate w/ the other side.  We are alive.)
– REPORT that he reports messages from anyone, not necessarily your family….can be anyone.
2. What impact does Halloween have on the spirits? (None, that’s a human tradition.)
3. Is Christmas celebrated in Heaven? (Not specifically….every day is Christmas in Heaven.)
– REPORT on what forms spirits take in revealing themselves to humans. Lalo believes in spirits that want to reveal something, so they “appear” to you.
– REPORT on Lalo’s comforting 90-minute spiritual readings for only $95. up in beautiful Yucca Valley. GREAT GIFT IDEA.
– (contact info; www.lalovisions.com and (760) 401-1810.)

Lalo

Museum Segment – January 5, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 3 Seg 3 – Museum Segment

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ACT FOR MS w/ Ann Greer re: 73-710 Fred Waring Dr., Ste., # 118, Palm Desert, CA. 92260.
– REPORT that on Sun., Jan., 16, Ruta Lee will be signing her book “Consider Your Ass Kissed” as a benefit for ACT FOR MS.  Limited to only 30 people. $125. Includes book, refreshments for this intimate conversation and book signing.
– HOLD THE DATE: Literary Book Club w/ Ruta Lee on Jan. 16. Call the office, or go to the website.
– (contact info: www.actforms.org and (760) 773-9806).
PALM SPRINGS AIR MUSEUM w/ Ann Greer re:745 N. Gene Autry Tr., Palm Springs, CA. 92262.
– REPORT that the Museum is open 10 – 5 every day. With over 70 vintage aircraft in 4 hangers.
– REPORT that the B17 used in the film Memphis Belle is now on site. There for the next 2 years.
– REPORT on 1/8 – Program on “Amelia” @ 1 PM. FREE if you are a member. 
– REPORT that on 1/15 – Local aviation artist, Stan Stokes will exhibit his portraits of the Tuskegee Airmen. He has a 10-panel mural of the Tuskegee Airmen in the European Hanger @ the Museum.
– REPORT that on 1/15 – A program called “Marine Corp Helicopters and Operations in Viet Nam from 1962 to 1975”.
– REPORT that on 1/22 – Dr. Ed Gordon will present “Creating the Hitler Myth, The Origins of Modern Propaganda”. 1:00 PM.
– REPORT that on 1/29, 1/30 – The Meeting of the T34 Mentors.
– REPORT on Warbird Rides, listed on websites. – Warbird Rides available for $195. Book online for a ride in one of 2 P-51, (“Bunny” and “Man of War”) C-47, T28, T33 (jet).
– HOLD THE DATE; Feb., 18 for the Gala. Honoring folks who have been in jets and space.
– (contact info: www.psairmuseum.org and (760) 778-6262.)
WARING INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION. w/ Ann Greer re: 73-710 Fred Waring Dr., #201, Palm Desert, CA. 92260.
– REPORT on the need for host homes.
– HOLD THE DATE: For the Gala date changed to Monday Mar., 28, 2022 @ Westin Mission Hills. Tickets are $300 – $500.
– REPORT that the VWIP Competition will come back IN PERSON in April 10 – 18, 2022. Expecting 25 contestants ages 18 TO 31. City of Palm Desert is the Host Sponsor again and the events will be FREE thanks to the City of Palm Desert.
– REPORT that volunteer training will begin soon.
– (contact info: www.vwipc.org and (760) 773-2575).

Ann

GUEST: “Talk of Stars”/Sports/Entertainment Segment – January 4, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 1 – GUEST: “Talk of Stars”/Sports/Entertainment Segment

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TALK OF STARS w/ Fred “The Hammer’ Williamson re: Sports/movies/entertainment.
– DISCUSSION of Fred’s sports history.  High School track star. He was 6’ and 175 lbs. and then began football his senior year in high school.  Then Fred went to Northwestern University on a track scholarship and then switched to football under Coach Ara Parseghian.  Then he was drafted by the 49 ers. (starting salary was $9,500/year). He became a cornerback. He earned his nickname “the Hammer”.
– DISCUSSION of his becoming an original Raider from Pittsburgh.
– REPORT on his 5 years w/ the Raiders and then being traded to the Chiefs for 5 years and they ended up going to the 1st Super Bowl.
– DISCUSSION of the first super bowl ring.
– DISCUSSION of the changes in football today.  i.e. salaries then and now.
– (contact info: Google; fredthehammerwilliamson.

“The Hammer”

Palm Springs City Council Segment – January 4, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 2 – Palm Springs City Council Segment

Listen to Hour 2 Seg 2

PALM SPRINGS CITY COUNCIL w/ Mayor Lisa Middleton. 3200 E. Tahquitz Cyn., Way, Palm Springs, 92262.
– REPORT that the City is in a very difficult place W this point in time due to Covid and the cancellation of the Palm Springs International Film Festival this coming Jan. IT WILL BE BACK.
– DISCUSSION of the millions of dollars that are at risk during a production by a major studio, everyone understands why the PSIFF had to be cancelled.
– REPORT on the City’s Homelessness Situation.  Difficult and worse during Covid.  Unhoused (due to economic reasons) and the City is working to get them into housing and back to work.  The City has placed hundreds of these folks and is working extensively w/ charities, i.e. Martha’s Village.
– REPORT that many homeless are children and seniors.  IMPORTANT STATEMENT FROM THE MAYOR….when you see a homeless person and are tempted to give them some money, IT IS BETTER to buy them food, or take them to a shelter so they don’t spend the monies on drugs.
– REPORT on the statis of crime prevention in Palm Springs and the wonderful new police chief Andrew Mills.  We have very little crime compared to other communities.  Our tourist population and car thefts are tempting to criminals.
– REPORT that Mayor Middleton’s door is OPEN.
– Contact info: email; lisa.middleton@nullpalmspringsca.gov and www.palmspringsca.gov and (760) 323-8922).

Mayor Middleton

“Legal Eagle” Segment – January 4, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 3 – “Legal Eagle” Segment

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LAW OFFICES OF ROBERT L. FIRTH w/ Robert Firth re: 68910 Adelina Road, Cathedral City, CA. 92234.
QUESTIONS FROM JOEY PAL’S
1. What are the consequences of “Air Rage”? (What state are you “over”, who has jurisdiction. Can be Federal issues.)
2. What about no bail? (You are innocent until proven guilty and SO bail is to make certain you SHOW up for court. CA. is a pretty STRONG bail state).
3. Are parents libel for the criminal activity of their minor children? (As a rule. NO to criminal issues, NOR civil issues.  The case in MI. has extenuating circumstances though.)
– REPORT that a good source to find an attorney is www.AVVO.com.
– REPORT that his practice/expertise is in Estate Planning and Bankruptcy.
– (contact info: www.firthlaw.com and (760) 770-4066).

Robert

“Restaurant of the Week” Segment – January 3, 2022

5:00 – 6:00 AM and 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 1 – “Restaurant of the Week” Segment

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RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK w/ Jacky Donnell re: “Elmer’s” 1030 E. Palm Canyon Dr., P.S.
– REPORT on what 2022 will be.  Elmer’s is going strong.  2021 went very well for them, employees, staff, corporate, etc.
– REPORT that her priorities are keeping her staff and guests SAFE.
– REPORT on NEW items starting this week; stuffed hash browns (sausage, cheese, onions, eggs); veggie bowl (veggies, eggs, cheese, hash browns); meat bowl (bacon, sausage, ham, eggs, cheese and hash browns); savory crepes (turkey). BEST PRIME RIB for the price ANYWHERE…slow roasted in rock salt.
– REPORT that some items are HARD TO GET RIGHT NOW…but they will come back.
– REPORT that she is positive about 2022.  Still dining inside and out, (with heaters).
– RULES: inside dining and to go to the restrooms, required masks and proof of vaccination. Outside dining you don’t need either one.
– OPEN; Every day from 6 AM – 9 PM every day.
– REPORT that customers count “Elmer’s” as part of their Palm Springs fabric of memories.
– REPORT on children’s menu and the “superhero” masks for them!!! Also heart healthy menu, seniors menu.
– REPORT on pumpkin pie and REALLY RICH chocolate cake TO DIE FOR!!!!
– (contact info: www.eatatelmers.com and (760) 327-8419)

Jacky

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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