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Travel cont. Mike Thompson RV Segment – September 18, 2021

11:00 – 12:00 PM

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MIKE THOMPSON RV w/ Sher Lyckman. Store Manager – 68318 E. Palm Cyn., Dr., Hwy 111, Cathedral City, CA. 92234.
– REPORT on her latest “space”-type commercial.
– REPORT on the huge used inventory she has now. Lots of clients trade up, trade down, trade to vans, etc.
– REPORT on the various costs of the different RV’s.
1. What happens in the fall? (When the snowbirds come back, Canadians can come back and there will be a lot of out-of-state visitors that want livable RV.  Some folks leave them here when they go back to Canada and some drive them back and forth.)
– DISCUSSION of the different rules for leaving RV’s here for the season.
2. Can you Airbnb an RV? (Most resorts won’t allow it).
– REPORT that it is more difficult to trade in an RV registered in Canada.
– REPORT that this will be a GREAT season @ Mike Thompson.
– DISCUSSION that she has a GREAT SELECTION of Class A, B, C, trailers and 5th Wheels in both New and Pre-owned.  $12,000 to $600,000.
– REPORT that Sher was just on the new NBC “Morning Show”.
– REPORT they are open 7 days a week from 9 AM to 5 PM. Sundays from 10 AM to 5 PM.
– REPORT that she’ll buy, consign, trade ANYTHING!!!
She’ll ALWAYS provides “customer delight”.
– Contact info: and (760) 324-3651).


Travel cont. A.C.T. Segment – September 18, 2021

11:00 – 12:00 PM

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A.C.T. TOURS w/ Steve Kanold re: 555 S. Sunrise Way, #219, Palm Springs, CA. 92264.
– REPORT on the FREE Travel Club he held the 1st Wed., of each month and the guest speaker Dr. Brian Hodgkins.
– REPORT that the first Wed., in Oct. will feature Miss Lainie Kazan. She’ll discuss her travel experiences and her entertainment history.  Info @
REPORT on some of the tours coming up;
– May, 2022. – Musical Cities of America; Nashville down the Mississippi to Graceland, BB King Estate and then New Orleans. 10 days motor coach tour for $2,699. Not including air.
– Fall, 2022 – Eastern Canada. 8 days for $1,995.
– $1695. Panama Canal for 15 days. Oct., 1 – 15, from L.A., 5 stops in Mexico, including airfare home w/ Royal Caribbean.
– Egypt in Sept.
– Mediterranean Cruise over Thanksgiving. For $1,995.  Overnight in Rome, then the cruise.
– 2 trips to Africa. The Great Migration.
– Cruise of the Mediterranean, Thanksgiving in Sicily.
– REPORT on Hamilton @ The Hollywood Pantages. ONLY a few seats left for the Matinee show on Dec., 26. $159. Including motor coach, no-host lunch.  Hamilton will scheduled to close Jan., 7. Seats are $159. Simon and Garfunkel Story tickets available too.
– 7.22 – Day Tour to the Del Coronado Hotel and a Harbor Cruise in San Diego.
– HOLD THE DATE; April, 2022 to New York Theatre.
– REPORT on Steve’s book “Globetrots, You didn’t tell me there’d be walking on this tour.” Get it @ Amazon, OR call ACT and get a signed copy and you’ll get gift certificate for tours @ ACT.
– (contact info: and (760) 322-1247).


“Restaurant of the Week” Segment – September 11, 2021

9:00 – 10:00 AM

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RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK w/ Joe Enos re: “Lulu California Bistro” & “Acqua Rancho Mirage”. 200 S. Palm Canyon, P.S. & 71800 CA. 111, Rancho Mirage.
– “There’s Always a Party @ Lulu”. REPORT that LuLu (the Keller Family) just donated $10,000. To DAPHealth at the same time as their 10-year Anniversary.
– REPORT that LuLu has taken down the outside dining on Arenas Road, per the City’s request, but there is still OUTSIDE dining on Palm Canyon (shaded and misted, mask “to the table”) and INSIDE w/ all safety protocols (air conditioned, mask “to the table”, proof of vaccination).
– REPORT on the food @ LuLu.  $19.99 Three course weekend brunch from 9 AM – 2 PM.  Every Sat., and Sun., $36.99 Prime Rib dinner every Fri., and Sat.
– REPORT that LuLu hours are; open Monday – Friday @ 11 AM . Saturday from 9 AM and brunch from 9 – 2. 
– “We serve smiles @ Acqua” REPORT on Acqua @ the River (mask is required “to the table”, but NO vaccination certificate required).
– REPORT on Acqua’s “Thirty Plate” appetizers offering.  The “Potsa Shareable Menu”. Great w/ a glass of wine. Start @ $9.99.
– REPORT that Acqua hours are: open Monday – Friday @ 4 PM. Saturday from 9 AM and brunch from 9 – 2. 
– (contact info: and (760) 327-lulu and and (760) 862-9800)


Desert Oasis Health Care Segment – September 11, 2021

9:00 – 10:00 AM

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D.O.H.C. w/ Dr. Brian Hodgkins re: Executive V.P. of Clinical Operations @ D.O.H.C.; 275 El Cielo Rd., Palm Springs, 92262. “Your Health, Your Life, Our Passion”. Leads the COVID-10 Taskforce.
– REPORT that we are in our 79th week of Pandemic.
1. REPORT that 99% of the virus in the U.S. is Delta.  Seeing it in younger kids, even 4 and 5 years old. When they start vaccinating children under 5, they will get the same dose as an adult.Delta will be around quite a while.
2. REPORT that viruses in-between Alpha to Delta to Mu are still around too, but are not considered a virus of concern. Not developing in the U.S. really.  The current vaccine has efficacy over these variants.
3. 75% of the U.S. is vaccinated w/ @ least one dose.
4. VOTE for the Desert Sun’s “Best in the Desert” for D.O.H.C. in all the categories they are nominated in.  ESPECIALLY THE IMMEDIATE CARE category. Indio, Palm Desert, Palm Springs and Yucca Valley are the 4 Immediate Care locations.
5. REPORT that on Sept., 20 everyone that has been vaccinated SHOULD GET A BOOSTER. D.O.H.C. will contact the 30,000 folks that they vaccinated originally. Do NOT have to be a D.O.H.C. member. Especially if you have some compromised health concern.
6. DISCUSSION that on Sept., 20 you can get your COVID BOOSTER AND your flu shot the same day FOR ANYONE.  Drive-ins/Walk-ins too.  Appointments @
7. REPORT that almost all hospitalized Covid patients are NOT vaccinated.
– DISCUSSION of the 1918 Pandemic of the Flu virus and that parts of that virus are STILL around to a certain extent.  Flu season didn’t really ‘show up’ last year.
– REPORT on the FREE ACT Travel Club talk Dr. Brian gave for Steve Kanold.
– (contact info: and (760) 969-6555).


cont. Desert Oasis Health Care Segment. “The Medicine Cabinet” – September 11, 2021

9:00 – 10:00 AM

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D.O.H.C. w/ Dr. Brian Hodgkins re: Executive V.P. of Clinical Operations @ D.O.H.C.; 275 El Cielo Rd., Palm Springs, 92262. “Your Health, Your Life, Our Passion”. Leads the COVID-10 Taskforce.
– STATEMENTS/QUESTIONS from “Joey Pals” in the “Medicine Cabinet”.
1. 85% of the men who took Ivermectin became sterile? (Not sure how true this is. Drug was made to treat worms and lice in animals and SOME humans. These maladies occur in other countries mostly. Study from Egypt was pulled for fraud and one other study WAS NEVER DONE. Ivermectin has little or no impact on Covid).
– REPORT that oral meds for Covid are being developed and will be out soon as prescription offered. COMRINADI is the newest drug.
2. The the side effect risk different w/ the booster shot? (No. The side effects of Covid are 1000 times worth than the shot)
3. Breast milk from vaccinated Mom has antibodies. (Yes).
4. 36% of Americans got NO antibodies after they recovered from Covid. (Yes, but it MATTERS when you sample. Antibodies don’t tell all the story anyway, T memory cells don’t forget).
– REPORT that you get more antibodies from the vaccines than you do from natural infection.
– REPORT on the month-long remembrance of Sept., 11, 2001. and sign up. You’ll quick a QR (quick response) Code on your phone.
– (contact info: and and (760) 969-6555).


“Senior Moment” Segment – September 11, 2021

10:00 – 11:00 AM

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NEURO VITALITY CENTER w/ Allan H. Jensen re: Ex. Dir. and Program Director and Sylvia Martinez, Activities Director – 2800 E. Alejo Rd., Palm Springs.
– REPORT that Neuro Vitality Center is NOW OFFICIALLY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AGAIN and clients are excited to be back!!!!
– DISCUSSION of what Sylvia does… things like: bingo, arts & crafts, jewelry, painting, wood crafts, music, trivia, games and gardening, etc.
– REPORT on the training Sylvia has had to be able to do this and how it impacts the clients in a positive way.
– REPORT that clients can pick and choose what to do OR go to the gym. Sylvia has been there five years.
– DISCUSSION that since NVC is under the control of OSHA, they are all vaccinated.
– DEFINITION of who is eligible for the services @ NVC. Due to the CBAS program some clients can get all the services for FREE.
– REPORT that the NVC is an Adult Day Center, not overnight.
– REPORT on the need for volunteers.  Just call.
– DISCUSSION that they are open Monday thru Friday from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM.  Start seeing clients about 8 ish. Best to call and make an appointment.
– REPORT on the variety of clients they serve.  Almost anybody. Are enlarging their services for MS clients.
– REPORT that if you are vaccinated and inside the building masking is up to you.
– REPORT that they are accepting new clients and will help/do most of the paperwork.  Transportation is in conjunction w/ Sunline.
– (contact info; and (760) 323-7676).

Allan & Sylvia

cont. “Senior Moment” Segment – September 11, 2021

10:00 – 11:00 AM

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DEMENTIA HELP CENTER w/ Lisa Stanford re: Family Care Consultant w/ a background w/ Alzheimer and Dementia in her family.
– REPORT on how the family dynamic caused her to get involved, typical for many families.
– REPORT that Kae’s book “Pathways – A guidebook for dementia and Alzheimer family caregivers”.  (You can get it from Amazon) helped Lisa SO MUCH.
– REPORT on Vascular Dementia.
– DISCUSSION that many times sufferers of dementia are not happy people, but often being in a care facility improves their quality of life.
– REPORT on the options available to relieve care-giver burnout.
1. To prevent boredom, especially in caregivers. TAKE THE LOVED ONE out for a drive. Limit it to 30 minutes. Put on their favorite music in the car.  Can take the same route all the time BECAUSE it will ALWAYS BE NEW.
2. Mental stimulation is so important to longevity.
3. Socialization is so important. Even to folks in wheel chairs…i.e. play balloon volleyball.
4. Spirituality can be achieved by turning OFF the TV. Music is soooo therapeudic.
1.Is there a connection between driving and Alzheimers? (Driving can reveal early signs of Alzheimers.  Folks tend to drive more slowly, make sharp turns, etc.)
2. 6 cups of coffee increases the chance of getting Dementia by 53%? (Drinking coffee IN MODERATION lowers the risk of dementia…6 cups is too much, AND DRINK WATER along w/ the coffee. Perhaps decaf would be better.)
– (contact info: and (760) 636-6355).


cont. “Senior Moment” Segment – September 11, 2021

10:00 – 11:00 AM

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FOREST LAWN w/ Larry Davis re: 69855 E. Ramon Rd., Cathedral City, CA. 92234.
– DISCUSSION of the impact of “death” as we remember Sept., 11, 2001 both personally and professionally. People don’t want to be forgotten after they die AND families don’t want their loved one to be forgotten.
– DISCUSSION that we need to “TEACH” young people about death, even when it is tragic as in 9/11.
– DISCUSSION of the mission statement of Forest Lawn as they serve and comfort the families of loved ones.
– REPORT on the presence of God in the over 20,000 to 25,000 lives that were SAVED on 9/11.
– DISCUSSION of the passengers of United Flight 93 that crashed in the field in PA. who said “Let’s Roll” and the American pilots who were ordered to shoot down an American airline.
– DISCUSSION of the deaths of folks due to the hurricanes. The importance of living each day to the fullest and telling your loved ones that you love them.  Life is fragile.
– DISCUSSION that because life is so fragile, the best thing to do is plan your service ahead of time and if you pay for it, NO ONE CAN CHANGE IT.
– DISCUSSION of how Forest Lawn counsels families after a death w/ all the different causes of death that exist.
– REPORT on the movie “Taking Chance” w/ Kevin Bacon and Dover AirForce Base.
– (contact info: and (760) 328-3112).


“Talk of Stars” Segment – September 11, 2021

11:00 – 12:00 PM

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”ONE NIGHT ONLY” w/ Michael Childers
– REPORT that he’s a Covid survivor.
– SAVE THE DATE: Wed., Nov., 10 @ 6 PM.
– DISCUSSION of all his jewelry from El Paseo.
– REPORT on the 2 years we’ve not had “One Night Only”. Benefits the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center.
– REPORT on the 16th year called “Back to the Seventies”.  Lily Tomlin, Lucie Arnaz, Sam Harris, the Calloway Sisters, MTU kids from David Green, etc.
– REPORT that tickets are on sale now @ and (760) 340-arts.  Tickets are over 60% sold out already.
– DISCUSSION of the impact of Covid on Broadway and show business and their willingness to appear in “One Night Only” for Michael.
– REPORT on some of his sponsors; Jet Blue and The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.
– DISCUSSION of his fabulous professional history.  He has over 50,000 photos in his archives. His trust, patience and creativity w/ his subjects.
– DISCUSSION of his relationship w/ John Schlessinger. The revivals of some of his films…i.e. “Marathon Man”, “Midnight Cowboy”, etc. A new book “The Making of Midnight Cowboy”.
– REPORT on his exhibition coming up @ Melissa Morgan Fine Art on El Paseo next year.
– REPORT that he’s working on a female “nude” show.  He prefers photographing females to males.
– REPORT on his book and his Andy Warhol t-shirts available @ PSP.
– (contact info; and (760) 340-ARTS).


Charity Segment – September 11, 2021

11:00 – 12:00 PM

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“PAINT EL PASEO PINK” w/ Raju Mehta re: El Paseo Jewelers. 73520 El Paseo, Ste., E. Palm Desert
– HOLD THE DATE; Oct., 9 in person event AGAIN.
– DISCUSSION of the fact that both Raju and his wife had Covid and have both recovered.
– REPORT on the pink lemonade they will sell, the pink tourmaline jewels along with pink diamonds and pink sapphires that will be in the window of his store during the event. The stone “of the month” is the sapphire.
– DISCUSSION of his “style” of selling and the fact that he started cutting diamonds @ 15 years old.  His life in India. The beauty of the Taj Mahal.
– REPORT on how “Paint El Paseo Pink” support cancer patients and research through the Desert Cancer Foundation. and (760) 773-6554.  Their mission it to help pay for cancer care for local residents who need financial assistance.
– REPORT that every $1. raised provides $10. of cancer care.
– REGISTER @ for only $35. per person for humanity.
– (contact info; and (760) 773-1040).


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