Archives for February 2009

Writer/Producer Martin Olson: One Funny Guy

Hello Martin it’s so nice to hear from you, tell me about where you grew up? I grew up in a happy family in poor section of Boston. I come from a long line of Swedish house painters and accordionists. My grandfather went insane from inhaling paint fumes and my great uncle was arrested for […]

John Palumbo, the Investment Gambler Up Close and Personal

Judyth Piazza chats with John Palumbo Author, speaker and financial expert, John Palumbo will take you “Where Wall Street Can’t” As one of the nation’s leading authorities on unique investing strategies, John adds a fresh facet to the old ideology of “thinking outside of the box”. While not a financial advisor, lawyer, or CPA, unlike […]

Congretional Proposition Increases Homeless Assistance for 2009

Washington — As the economic crisis deepens and communities across the U.S. report increases in homelessness, a $410 billion bill introduced today to wrap up 2009 federal spending commitments demonstrates Congress’ commitment to ending homelessness. The 2009 Omnibus Appropriations Act will fund most federal programs, including housing and homeless assistance programs for the fiscal year […]

Administration Posts Announced by Pres. Obama

February 23, WASHINGTON – Today, President Barack Obama announced his intent to nominate the following individuals for key administration posts: Kathleen A. Merrigan, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Agriculture; Jon Cannon, Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency; Seth Harris, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Labor; John Morton, Assistant Secretary for Immigration and […]

Judyth Piazza Celebrating Black History Month with Highwaymen, Jimmy Stovall

Judyth Piazza chats with Highwaymen, Jimmy Stovall Celebrating Black History Month Jimmy Stovell is a full-time artist and gallery owner in Ft. Pierce, Florida. His painting reflect his interest in preserving Florida he remembers as a yound man. They are especially notable for his ability to control light and for the stunning clouds and additional […]

Dollar Bill’s Corner: Mr. Ted

Ted was a biology teacher for twenty-one years at St. Augustine High and says he did it because he loves the subject more than the teaching aspect.  That becomes evident more and more as I listen to him.  You see, Ted knows more about Florida’s native plants, trees, and critters (Flora and Fauna) than you […]

Respect Yer Mama 2009: Bike Tour Comes to St. A!

Sunday, February 22, 2009 6:00 PM “Respect Yer Mama 2009 Bicycle Tour“ 1200 Pedal-Powered Miles of Community, Music and Resistance Shannon Murray and Evan Greer With Misshapp Hazard and Lylee Heart of the Riot Folk Collective Making Folk a Threat Again! Loose Screws 125-B King St. St. Augustine (corner of King and Riberia) 6:00PM Workshop […]

Vero Beach Firm Using Eco-friendly Fuel: Reduced Emissions and Increased Mileage

Vero Beach, FL  – February 17, 2009 – Avalon Communications, a public relations firm with offices in Vero Beach and Austin, TX, today announces it has taken one more step towards saving the environment through the use of Force. Force, by For Earth, is a fuel re-formulator that not only increases gas mileage up to […]

Sow the Seeds of Hope with Judyth Piazza & The Harvest of Hope Fest

Judyth Piazza chats with Phil and Ed Kellerman, Harvest of Hope Fest (LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW!) The first annual Harvest of Hope Foundation Music and Art Festival at the St. Johns County Fair Grounds in St. Augustine, Florida. This three day, multiple stage alternative music festival all to benefit and raise awareness for Harvest of […]

Two Environmental Activists Jailed

Palm Beach County, FL- After being found guilty of misdemeanor trespassing, blocking traffic in an act of civil disobedience during the February 2008 protest against Florida Power Light’s West County Energy Center, Lynne Purvis and Panagioti Tsolkas are sentenced to 30 and 60 days in jail. During their court case, Purvis and Tsolkas argued that […]