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Nicholas Snow is gay, but features topics and guests of interest to everyone, everywhere, worldwide. A Snowstorm of global proportions, this is SnowbizNow! "Small screen. Big queen. Worldwide audience!"

Nicholas Snow is gay, but features topics and guests of interest to everyone, everywhere, worldwide. A Snowstorm of global proportions, this is SnowbizNow! "Small screen. Big queen. Worldwide audience!"
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Palm Springs, CA

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BlogTalkRadio

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Nicholas Snow is gay, but features topics and guests of interest to everyone, everywhere, worldwide. A Snowstorm of global proportions, this is SnowbizNow! "Small screen. Big queen. Worldwide audience!"

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@SnowbizNow

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English

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P.O. Box 2146 Palm Springs, CA 92263


Episodes

Secrets to Finding and Maintaining True Love: Dr. Paul DePompo

9/3/2016
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Nicholas Snow welcomes Dr. Paul DePompo, co- author of THE OTHER WOMAN’S AFFAIR, to discuss relationships, infidelity, and the complexities surrounding these topics. And in a polarized election season, if lovers find themselves with opposing political views, is there such a thing as 'bipartisan communication'? We'll also discuss: Tips for Partners with Opposing Political Viewpoints can Survive on Surviving This Turbulent Election.How to Reclaim Romance.Attention Defict Dating & The...

Duration:00:41:41

Movie News: Cuba's LGBT Culture Explored in the VIVA

8/18/2016
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VIVA stars Héctor Medina as Jesus, a young hairdresser working at a Havana nightclub that showcases drag performers, who dreams of being a performer himself. Encouraged by his mentor, Mama (Luis Alberto García), Jesus finally gets his chance to take the stage. But when his estranged father Angel (Jorge Perugorría) abruptly reenters his life, his world is quickly turned upside down. As father and son clash over their opposing expectations of each other, VIVA becomes a love story as the men...

Duration:00:19:01

"WeHo parTy boys" (an all-male burlesque revue) Emerge in the Fight Against Meth

6/7/2016
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Nicholas Snow welcomes Veteran Entertainment Executive Jim Beatty, who turned his attention toward the growing crystal meth problem in his hometown of West Hollywood and other cities. His organization has produced a dance number titled “Don’t PNP with Tina.” The track is performed by the WeHo parTy boys, a new all-male burlesque revue he co-conceived and created with casting director Laura Willoughby. The troupe, comprised of WeHo’s hottest and most talented dancers, had its debut...

Duration:00:37:40

Exclusive: Greg Rodriquez, Candidate for California 42nd State Assembly

6/4/2016
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Nicholas Snow is proud to welcome Greg Rodriquez, Candidate for California 42nd State Assembly, to the show. For the record, Snow supports Ridriquez's candidacy, but should his opponents want to be on the show, they are welcome. Raised in Southern California by a single mom who worked three jobs, Greg learned the values of personal responsibility and a strong work ethic early on. Greg worked his way through college and made a career fighting for individual liberties. Twenty years ago, he...

Duration:00:39:34

The Saga of Bernie Sanders and the HIV/AIDS Activists: Part II

6/4/2016
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Nicholas Snow welcomes HIV/AIDS Activist Thomas Davis, who was one of those who met with Bernie Sanders about the future of HIV/AIDS policy in the United States. Then all hell broke lose. Did activists "put pressure" on Sanders to meet? Did the campaign "twist" the reporting of what happened? Thomas Davis gives his perspective. For Part I, click here. Here's what Tommy Christopher of Mediate.com reported: "After putting pressure on the Bernie Sanders campaign to agree to meet with them, a...

Duration:00:57:43

A Leather Man Exposes Himself

6/2/2016
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Simulcast on Facebook Live Video (click and "FOLLOW" this page), Producer/Host Nicholas Snow dives into the heart and soul of Leatherman Clifton Tatum to expose myths about the leather community, and give the general public compelling thoughts to ponder. In the competition, in addition to the fashion, posing and of course the interview question, Clifton spoke of his vision of supporting LGBT youth charities, foster care and suicide prevention programs, and the fight against bullying. He...

Duration:01:00:19

Bernie Sanders & HIV/AIDS Activists: What Really Happened in THAT meeting?

6/1/2016
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Nicholas Snow welcomes HIV/AIDS Activist Thomas Davis, who was one of those who met with Bernie Sanders about the future of HIV/AIDS policy in the United States. Then all hell broke lose. Did activists "put pressure" on Sanders to meet? Did the campaign "twist" the reporting of what happened? Thomas Davis gives his perspective. Here's what Tommy Christopher of Mediate.com reported: "After putting pressure on the Bernie Sanders campaign to agree to meet with them, a coalition of HIV/AIDS...

Duration:00:39:15

Mike Thompson, Executive Director, The LGBT Community Center of the Desert

5/26/2016
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PromoHomo.TV's historic BlogTalkRadio/Facebook Live simulcasts kick off with this episode Nicholas Snow welcomes Mike Thompson, Executive Director of The LGBT Community Center of the Desert. The duo discuss how the world has changed regarding LGBT issues. To be alerted with the show goes live, click thorough to this Facebook page and press the FOLLOW button. http://www.Facebook.com/TheRealNicholasSnow Click through to this page and "Like" it: http://www.Facebook.com/Nicholas.Snow And...

Duration:00:44:02

White Party Weekend: Kristine W. Headlines the "Meet The Museum" Party (April 8)

3/29/2016
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Maile Vreeken shares all the details about the festivities with host Nicholas Snow. Set amidst the museum and it’s art, Meet the Museum (Friday, April 8th, 2016) is a premiere event of White Party Weekend, is designed by Momentous Events and includes complimentary valet parking; a stellar performance by Billboard topper and International Recording Artist Kristine W, DJ entertainment by PrideNation Radio & Proud Television’s DJ Corey D; photo fun and souvenirs; caricature portraits; henna...

Duration:00:34:06

"Tony Robins: I Am Not Your Guru" Opens American Documentary Film Festival

3/28/2016
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5th Annual American Documentary Film Festival opens with “TONY ROBINS: I AM NOT YOUR GURU” (Headed to Netflix July, 2016). The festival runs from March 30th to April 4th, 2016. The official opening night is March 31st. Nicholas Snow welcomes AmDocs Founder/Director Teddy Grouya for an exclusive interview. As we learn at JoeBerlingerFilm.com, “TONY ROBBINS: I AM NOT YOUR GURU" is a feature documentary film about internationally renowned life and business strategist Tony Robbins, is a...

Duration:00:35:15

YouTube Stardom in Store for Lesbian Comedic Duo "Lacie and Robin"

3/24/2016
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Nicholas Snow welcomes his friends of almost two decades, YouTube's Rising Stars: Lesbian Comedic Duo "Lacie and Robin". In their weekly YouTube videos, the couple of 19 years keeps the mood light and funny while sharing personal stories and “lesbian-splaining” everything from “Wrong Things People Think About Lesbians” to their individual coming-out stories and “How to Stay Together”. Says Lacie Harmon, “We see lots of media for LGBT youth that centers around being single and getting laid...

Duration:00:57:31

Cathedral City LGBT Days Takes Place Easter Weekend, 2016

3/22/2016
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The 2nd Annual Cathedral City LGBT Days takes place Easter Weekend 2016, March 25th-27th. The event celebrates the lives, history, and wonderful accomplishments the community has contributed in making Cathedral City one of the “most livable” cities in America and a testament to its perfect equality score by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. The festival provides an opportunity to recognize the strength in our diversity, appreciate our similarities, and stand united for the equal rights...

Duration:00:32:54

Desert AIDS Project's Everyday Heroes, Honored World AIDS Day 2015

3/5/2016
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On World AIDS Day 2015 (December 1st), Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs, California held its 2nd Annual Everyday Heroes Awards to honor "everyday people doing extraordinary things." This pocast features the entire inspiring evening! This 2015 Everyday Heroes include Bella Da Ball, local icon, social ambassador, and supporter of many local nonprofits; Kenny Jervis & Michael Crisp, who live both locally and in Las Vegas where they owned a popular nightclub and have raised significant sums...

Duration:01:24:12

Bella da Ball - One of Desert AIDS Project's Everyday Heroes

2/29/2016
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On World AIDS Day 2015 (December 1st), Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs, California held its 2nd Annual Everyday Heroes Awards to honor "everyday people doing extraordinary things." Producer/Host Nicholas Snow has prepared four podcasts about this night - stand-alone episodes for each honoree (as an honor to them) - and one mega episode featuring the entire program. This 2015 Everyday Heroes include Bella Da Ball, local icon, social ambassador, and supporter of many local nonprofits;...

Duration:00:30:37

Kenny Jervis & Michael Crisp - Desert AIDS Project's Everyday Heroes

2/26/2016
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On World AIDS Day 2015 (December 1st), Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs, California held its 2nd Annual Everyday Heroes Awards to honor "everyday people doing extraordinary things." Producer/Host Nicholas Snow has prepared four podcasts about this night - stand-alone episodes for each honoree (as an honor to them) - and one mega episode featuring the entire program. This 2015 Everyday Heroes include Bella Da Ball, local icon, social ambassador, and supporter of many local nonprofits;...

Duration:00:40:09

Maestro Dino Zonic Proves 'The Force' is Strong with the Palm Springs Orchestra!

12/14/2015
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Nicholas Snow welcomes "the World-acclaimed and Golden Karma Award-winning, composer, conductor, director, Maestro Edin Dino Zonic, one of the visionaries who is bringing the Palm Springs Orchestra into reality. The Maestro "was born and raised in the Olympic city of Sarajevo. His altering life experience inspired Maestro Zonic to dedicate his work to the service of life affirming music; music that bridges cultural, national and religious barriers to bring a universal message of peace and...

Duration:00:32:53

Popular Charitable Santa Fun Run Launches Palm Springs Edition Sun, Dec 13, 2015

12/12/2015
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GED Magazine Presents the 2015 PALM SPRINGS SANTA FUN RUN SUNDAY DECEMBER 13th. Benefit Proceeds and Non-Perishable Food Donations benefit The LGBT Community Center of the Desert, The Kill Meth Foundation and The Community Food Bank @ The Center. The 2015 Palm Springs Santa Fun Run starts at TOUCANS TIKI LOUNGE at 12:30 pm for pre-Fun Run Bloody Mary Bar, Bagels provided by Townie Bagels, photos and meeting Santa's sexy elves! Around 2:30pm the Fun Run will commence and head down Palm Canyon...

Duration:00:20:24

Remembering Gloria Greer: A Celebration of Her Life

12/1/2015
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Bruce Fessier writes for The Desert Sun, "For more than 50 years, Greer was a reporter, editor, talk show hostess and publisher in multiple desert media. She started as an interviewer in Los Angeles back in the days when interviews were scripted for the questioner and the subject. She began covering Coachella Valley events for the trade publication, Variety, in 1961 and most recently served as society editor for Palm Springs Life magazine." Monday, November 30, 2015, Gloria's friends, family...

Duration:01:04:04

Photos and Paintings Converge: Getting SWAK'd by Sandy SWett and Peter MikulAK!

11/11/2015
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Rebecca Pikus writes for Coachella Valley Weekly, "Sealed with a kiss is a term used to express endearment from one person to another. “SW” just happens to be the first two letters of Sandy Swett’s last name (the photographer) and “AK” are the last two letters of Peter Mikulak's last name (the artist). “SWAK” was created as a way to identify their creative collaboration, two artists working on one portrait. Peter started playing with words and names and this one “SWAK” stuck a cord between...

Duration:00:45:38

Dying Words: How One Man's AIDS Reporting Transformed The New York Times

11/11/2015
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”Dying Words: The AIDS Reporting of Jeff Schmalz and How It Transformed The New York Times,” will be released on December 1, 2015, to coincide with World AIDS Day. The multi-media project will be in audio documentary form with a companion book about the groundbreaking journalist who covered the AIDS epidemic as he was dying of the disease. A collaborative effort led by author, professor and journalist Samuel G. Freedman (who Nicholas Snow welcomes to this episode) and radio producer Kerry...

Duration:00:57:37