Frank Arzaga better known as Frankie Firme the “Al Capone of the microphone and the Hitman of West Coast Chicano Soul” has been hosting the music Internet radio program “The 2nd Time Around Show” since 1999. He visited the program to share his experiences in radio. Frankie also addressed his work as a contributing editor for Latinola.com.
Tres miembros del Latin American Culture and Literature Club “La Razón de la Sinrazón” de Pierce College visitaron el programa. Luis Enrique Barco, Florencia Orlandoni y Andrea Vara hablaron de los inicios del club. Esta planeado que para los inicios del próximo año salga su proyecto literario bilingüe, la revista, “Tertulia.”
Established as a non-profit organization in 2000, Pacoima Beautiful concerns itself with creating sustainable changes in the Pacoima community.
Staff members Max Podemski the PLACE Initiative coordinator, Lauren Ahkiam the RENEW Complete Streets Initiative coordinator and Imelda Padilla the youth program coordinator were guests on the program.
The organization’s extensive work can be broken down into three general areas: prevention and reduction, revitalization and creating youth environmentalists.
On the December 3rd edition of “TREBLE CLEF LIVE” host Leigh Swansborough welcomed Santa Barbara based singer song writer Kat Devlin.
Performing songs from her debut album “The Voyage Out”, the California Celtic Country singer openly talked about her move from Brooklyn to Santa Barbara, and her experiences as an indie artist in Santa Barbara.
Kat and Shannon Brennan (co-writer/girlfriend) discussed their song writing collaborations on “Song From Shannon” and “Dear Emmy”.
To learn more about Kat visit her website
On this episode of “Happy Hour” we welcome Pierce College student Amber Rose Kelly. According to her biography, Amber-Rose Kelly has been an avid photographer since the age of twelve, and is currently the Photo Editor for both the Pierce Round Up and Bull Magazine. Her enrollment in Pierce’s Documentary Photo class has led her to taking on a project that is as innovative as it is ground-breaking; the chronicling of the life of a gender-queer individual. Amber-Rose is also extremely active in the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) community and is the current President of Pierce College’s Gay Straight Alliance.