Ep. 027: We are back finally! And with a new co-host, Erika. Erika was on our last episode and we decided to ask her to be part of the show on a regular basis. Today we talked about the Las Vegas Shooting and gun control, Victor remembers a couple of the local radio personalities that we lost over the last couple of months.
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In this episode.... Our friend Erika talks to us about her career as an EMT, we talk about Charles Manson being dead, and we have Bee, the owner of Cafe de Tolteca in downtown El Paso tell us about her cafe downtown across from the Federal Courthouse. Winterfest is underway! The Mushroom looking Christmas Tree is lit! And it's time get the Egg Nog diarrhea! Download this episode now! It's Cinnamon spice scented!
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Recorded at the Nequim Boudoir & Pin Up Studio! Visit http://nequimphoto.com for details. Victor is out with his family but we have Chuy sitting down with us. We talk Winterfest going on now in Downtown El Paso, stories from Chuy. Who's Chuy? Chuy owned a comic book Store in the eastside back in the late 90's and early 2000'. He was also a...
Victor and Charlie discuss the recent allegations about some of Hollywood's celebrities like Bill Cosby, Kevin Spacey, Louis CK, Harvey Weinstein, and others. Are we creating a Tattletale culture by rushing to judge people based on online allegations? Or are these allegations always justified? Leave your thoughts in the comments.
Both Victor and Charlie needed a week off so enjoy some upcoming events instead a of a full show. Until next time! Have a happy and safe Halloween!
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Victor tries to convince Charlie that Vegas is an awesome place. Charlie heads to Nequim Pin-Up & Boudoir Photography Studio to talk about a very kinky event coming in November. Victor does Wrasslin' News, we cover local events for this weekend, and we talk Halloween and Extreme Haunted Houses.
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We talk about things going on in El Paso this week such as the Running of the Bulls 5K presented by the Downtown Management District, special screenings at Alamo Drafthouse, Charlie starts beef with Houston rappers Maxo Kream & Trill Sammy. We talk Breast Cancer Awareness Month and get personal with Catrina Morales about her diagnoses, treatment, and her family's experience battling cancer.
OJ Simpson is released from prison and headed to Florida, maybe to move in with Casey Anthony. The world lost Hugh Hefner and Charlie reminds people why it's a good thing. We talk movie releases for this week, and make some casual conversation about the time Victor Cruz almost died. Share our podcast with your friends, families, and if you think it sucks, share with your enemies.
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We talks about the recent WWE live events in Las Cruces and El Paso, we discuss the NFL controversy, and we talk to Chris Babcock about local news and El Paso Time's editor, Bob Moore resigning.
And if you're still reading this, we also talk about movies being released next week and we reveal the winner of our latest Gift Card giveaway. #staytunedelpaso #STEP
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Victor Cruz is out today but we have Rudy Vasquez guest co-hosting. We talk about Last Thursdays in Downtown, We talks about the news of Kylie Jenner that's breaking the internet, we talked to Sally Schwartz from El Paso Cookie to talk about the new Eastside Farmer's Market on Trawood, and we have local film directors Frank Acosta and James Reta in the studio to talk about a cool project called Project Z that is combining 4 short zombie films, shot...
We talk about the Sports Arena controversy and talk to Union Plaza Development Association's Gilbert Guillen. We also talk about Charlie's trip to the movies, Wrasslin' News with Victor Cruz, and Cyber Security with certified hacker and network security expert, Enrique Bernal.
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We sat down and chatted with long time friend and professional funny man, Patrick Candelaria. Patrick started his career in comedy in the late 1980's after college and went on to perform at comedy clubs, theaters, casinos, and colleges all over the country. He's toured overseas to entertain our military in combat, and he's appeared on television. He also shares some...
We bring in former Paranormal Investigator Chris Medina to discuss his history investigating ghosts, EVPs and disembodied voices in the El Paso area. EVPs are intelligible voices found in recording media that have no known physical explanation; some are thought to originate from deceased. We listen a few sound clips recorded during Ghost Tours at Southwestern General Hospital and investigation at the County Court House and Ascarco.
We talk to the creators of Spiralmind Comic books.
An American comic book superhero created by Ben Perez and Matthew Rothblatt, founders of Phi3 COMICS in El Paso, TX. Alter ego - Ben Landry. For more info visit: www.phi3comics.com or on Facebook:
In this episode we talk to Rubi Gomez from Operation H.O.P.E. Operation H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Endure) strives to bring hope as well as help to individuals and families in time of need. Helping people endure during times of hardship by delivering food baskets during the holidays, helping with home improvements and repairs, scholarships, and much more. The organization awards the "Beacon of H.O.P.E." to individuals who provide hope during times of need. Operation HOPE volunteers...
We head out to Downtown El Paso and fight off orange construction cones to talk to Cathy Chen, co-founder of Fab Lab of El Paso and co-owner of Nomu Cafe. Fab Lab is a very different place than you may be used to. It's a design and fabrication studio that helps promote the maker lifestyle by providing resources to creative minds looking to develop products and new concepts using the latest technology. Nomu Cafe offers a wide selection of menu items from finger foods to vegan options.
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Grace is an El Paso native who has been a practicing psychic for over twenty-five years. She has helped many individuals gain a better sense of direction and insight into their own lives, showing them how to tap into their own powers to create a life with more joy, happiness, and abundance. Known for her honesty and down-to-earth approach, she is regularly able to provide insight into areas such as romance, relationships, career direction, finances,...
We somehow managed to get this 4 hour interview cut into a one hour episode. We talk to Felipa about her childhood and her early start in journalism at a difficult time for women in broadcasting. She brought us a great fun interview and ZIMAS! We drunk talk about El Paso Pro-Musica and the El Paso Film Classic, her celebrity interviews, and much much more!
Bio courtesy of the El Paso Herald Post at http://elpasoheraldpost.com/felipa-solis/
Felipa Solis has more than 30 years of broadcast...
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Marina stops by to talk about her years in the local music scene promoting small backyard punk rock shows with local bands, appearing on KXCR's Steppin' Out! to now working on her own Public Relations firm. We talk about her passion for music and her persistence in the local promotions scene. It was fun to hear from the hip and motivational spirit that is Marina.
Ice Creamed Myself is an El Paso based mobile ice cream shop that provides premium ice cream from scratch. They use fresh & local dairy products in our ice cream as well as vegan products. Victor and Charlie sat down with these creative and business savvy ladies to discuss their talents, how they started a successful small business, and how buying local helps pay it forward to the El Paso community.
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