Cruise News Briefing - November 27, 2021. Key West receives its first two cruise ships of the season on Saturday morning with Azamara and Crystal. MSC Cruises goes to fully vaccinated cruises in the Med. It was a bad day on Wall Street from cruise operators. Cruise line stocks were down on Friday for CCL, RCL, and NCLH.
We wish you a happy Thanksgiving for this episode of Bear Tracks, presented by Pink Whitney by New Amsterdam Vodka. Play-by-play broadcaster Jesse Liebman is joined by former Solar Bears forward and Satellite Beach, Florida native Ian Slater, who spent the 2013-14 season with the club, where he set a then single-season record for the team with 155 penalty minutes. The two discuss Ian's Florida upbringing, his early mentors in his hockey career, how the relationship with his coach in Trenton brought him to Orlando, the experience of playing in front of family and friends and more, including his retired life in Key West.
This week we talk about the happy hours of Key West! Click this link to view the amazing list of happy hours by region made by our friend Dana https://thewanderfuljourney.blog/2021/07/31/happy-hours-of-key-west/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/localsideofkeywest/message
Lalita is a fairly recent Key West resident by way of Brooklyn. We discuss escaping from NY, workin' that body, there's a Virgo in there somewhere, not living for the gram, smoking in bars, we are animals, the fake tan in the bodybuilding world, put some God Damn sunglasses on, self realization through Yoga, pushing back on Hustle/Grind culture, holding it in, you can't do it alone and more.Thanks to my firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com@www.generalhorseplay.com
WEDNESDAY - Russ got the fishing bug and convinces Ryan to get out on the water. Strange hot celebs. RRR - Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame at 21. New Monsters Christmas t-shirt controversy. Savannah moment of brilliance!! Russappotmus. Janna Banana from Key West. Steven Kramer. Monster Sports - NFL, Jordan and NBA. Netflix top movies!! K.O.D. Thanksgiving in Brooksville.
Any day we get to catch up with former Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider...because it's never just an "interview"...it's a diatribe, it's a stand up routine, it's a history lesson...and it's always a good time!! He released a crushing new solo album, "Leave A Scar", earlier this year...and in January, he's gearing up to headline one night of the Rok Island Festival in Key West! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Marlene Koenig is a Key West artist. We discuss that Brooklyn squeeze, art+commerce+authenticity, the importance of pondering, North Jersey vibes, teaching Yoga, remembering names, the physical process of creating a piece of art, her new gallery show, the tools of the trade, good music and bad dancing, serving drinks to David Bowie naked and more.Thanks to my firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com@www.generalhorseplay.com
Can the power of positivity really change your life and set you off into the career you were made for? Leo Valentino is the definition of a positive mindset. Originally a newbie Real Estate Investor, after a motivational video he created went viral on TikTok, he has transitioned to a career in personal branding.Gavin first met Leo at an event in Key West; he had this incredible energy and Gavin truly believed he was going to do great things. Now it's six months later and he's grown from zero followings on social media to a platform of almost a million.Leo really has the heart of a hustler. He shares this really inspiring story of the why behind his motivation and his entrepreneurial endeavors since the 1st grade. Real Estate Investing is a hard gig. It's truly not for everyone. Leo tried it and it set him out on a totally different path, but one he really feels passionate about.Leo's success up to this point is really due to his mindset, positivity, and excellent networking skills. If you're at this point where you need the motivation to move forward in your business, or maybe you know someone who does, be sure to check out Leo Valentino and listen in on this episode because he has some great advice.What's Inside:—The power of positivity.—Networking is key.—How to grow your social media.—The importance of aligning with your career.
Join George and Lisa Hernandez as they talk about CB Smith park Pembroke Pines, FL and Fantasy Fest 2021 in Key West, FL . Listen as they talk about all the great restaurants and parties that they attended while at Fantasy Fest. Home - Roostica Wood-Fire PizzeriaKey West Hotels | Official Website | The Perry Hotel (perrykeywest.com)Home - DeLunas Cafe LLCComing Soon - Key West Absinthe Society (absinthesocietyevents.com)Boyd's Key West RV Campground - Waterfront RV & Tent Camping (boydscampground.com)RV Resort Hilton Head | Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort (hhimotorcoachresort.com)
Karrie Porter Bond is a Key West photographer on that grind. We discuss podcasting in the Keys, wedding photography, WTF is TikTok, you can say it's the best but never the worst, cameras cameras and cameras, the black and white portrait guy, taking the leap to live in paradise, photographic styles and trends we hate, wedding horror stories and more.Thanks to my firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com@www.generalhorseplay.com
“Kiss Off, Kiss Off” The Virginia -born Erin McKeown is best categorized as un-categorizable.Whether she's playing guitar with the Mountain Goats, tearing through big band music in a tailored suit or writing an off-Broadway musical, McKeown pretty much does it all. A graduate of Brown, McKeown, over the course of her over 20 year career, has put out almost 15 solo albums, toured with Andrew Bird, Thea Gilmore, Josh Ritter and the Indigo Girls, played Bonnaroo and Glastonbury, had her music appear in commercials and TV shows, was a resident artist at Providence, RI's revolutionary community arts organization AS220 and she was the 2011-2012 fellow at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center For Internet & Society. Yes, she's busy. The recipient of a 2016 writing fellowship from The Studios of Key West and a 2018 residency at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. McKeown is currently a 2020-21 Professor of the Practice at Brown University. Her new album KISS OFF KISS OFF is a raw blast of nervy rock and roll that's got street smart grooves and real poetic grit. It's fast and catchy and it swerves with all the lippy snarl of early Joan Jett. In this chat, McKewon talks to Alex about sports, creativity, self-preservation and why she won't answer emails after 6pm. www.erinmckeown.com www.bombshellradion.com www.alexgreenonline.com Stereo Embers Twitter: @emberseditor IG: @emberspodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We got absolutely shitfaced for two straight days in Key West!! Kristen and I had a little adult getaway and hit one of our favorite spots for drinking and eating. The beer is cold and the seafood is delicious if you've never been to Key West I highly recommend you check it out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sean-caine/message
The Adams, AKA The Iron Maiden Guys, are two guy from Boston that Love Key West. The addiction to Key West, Boston bullshit, The Sopranos, DMX at Woodstock 99, Iron Maiden around the world, a day in the life of a firefighter, Yankees Red Sox, rolling F-150's and more.Thanks to my email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org@www.generalhorseplay.com
Pirate ships! Glitter boobies! Jason Mimosa! Listen to Rhett look back at his Florida Keys vacation that happened to coincide with the island's Fantasy Fest celebration and all of the wild experiences that came with it on this episode of Ear Biscuits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After recounting her disastrous misadventures in Key West during Fantasy Fest, Monique talks about the spooky goings on at the Porter House. Then Amy covers one of our craziest true crime stories to date: the truly insane and utterly enraging story of Ashley Reeves. If you liked this episode, please take a moment to rate, review, and subscribe.
Can the power of positivity really change your life and set you off into the career you were made for? Leo Valentino is the definition of a positive mindset. Originally a newbie Real Estate Investor, after a motivational video he created went viral on TikTok, he has transitioned to a career in personal branding. I first met Leo at an event in Key West; he had this incredible energy and I truly believed he was going to do great things. Now it's six months later and he's grown from zero followings on social media to a platform of almost a million. Leo really has the heart of a hustler. He shares this really inspiring story of the why behind his motivation and his entrepreneurial endeavors since the 1st grade. Real Estate Investing is a hard gig. It's truly not for everyone, Leo tried it and it set him out on a totally different path, but one he really feels passionate about.Leo's success up to this point is really due to his mindset, positivity, and excellent networking skills. If you're at this point where you need the motivation to move forward in your business, or maybe you know someone who does, be sure to check out Leo Valentino and listen in on this episode because he has some great advice.What's Inside:The Power of PositivityThe Power of NetworkingHow to go from 0 to 900k+ on Social MediaThe importance of aligning with your career Mentioned In This Episode:Leo Valentino (@leovalentino444) TikTokcoach.Chun - Leo Valentino - Instagram
Patrick and Ryan are traveling back to the 80's with the revisit of Last Mango In Paris. Fins up! -- You can listen to us every Friday night from 7pm - 12am Key West time on Radio Margaritaville. Click here for more information: https://bit.ly/36w0FBZ -- SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: https://bit.ly/3w3H0Eg Email: ParrotheadPodcast@gmail.com Merchandise: https://bit.ly/3eMKODX Subscribe: https://apple.co/3bpl926 Subscribe: https://spoti.fi/2PgThTZ
In this episode of Your Day, Doug Clay speaks with Jonathan Carey, lead pastor of Glad Tidings Tabernacle in Key West, Florida, about his faith journey, coming to the US as a missionary and serving a local community. To connect with Jonathan or for more information about Glad Tidings, visit https://gttkeywest.org/ today! **Originally recorded in April 2021.**
Join Brandie Sager and I as we take you for a tour of my latest gallery show. Located at 701 Duval Street the Effusion Gallery is one of Key West's best. Not the usual interview show but entertaining none the less.
Join us as we welcome Janet Somerville, author of Yours, for Probably Always, for a fascinating discussion about Martha Gellhorn. Gellhorn is most often remembered and depicted as Ernest Hemingway's third wife, but she was also a novelist, war correspondent, activist, and iconoclast. Somerville guides us through the life of this trailblazer: her childhood in St. Louis, a close relationship with Eleanor Roosevelt, that notorious first encounter with Hemingway in a Key West bar, her tumultuous life during and after her marriage to Hemingway, and her formidable writing career. Listen for clips from the audio book of Yours, for Probably Always, with readings performed by Emmy and Tony-winning actress Ellen Barkin. So pull up a chair at Sloppy Joe's and enjoy the show!
"Anybody that has an impact on your asset, how you deal with them, can absolutely make or break the deal." -Tyler Sheff Today I am interviewing Tyler Sheff. He is a licensed Realtor in Key West, Florida at Future Home Realty. He has over twenty years of real estate experience as a Flipper, apartment building owner, a property manager, realtor and an owner of mortgage debt instruments. He is also the creator of Cash Flow Guys, an educational platform that teaches investors the ins and outs of real estate without the get rich quick motto. He is an investor, educator and runs the popular podcast show "Cash Flow Guys, Learn to Earn." Tyler Sheff: Was introduced to real estate at a young age by watching his mother who was a broker, conduct real estate transactions in the seventies and eighties. He went to the Army and became a military police officer. After his tour was over he returned to the states and became a car salesman, but hated it and went into the service industry of car sales. After realizing it wasn't for him, Tyler teamed up with his mother and began his real estate journey as a flipper. Now he is a sought after real estate problem solver, educator and mentor. TOPICS COVERED IN THE EPISODE: How did Tyler become interested in real estate What investing was like in the eighties How Tyler began investing with his mother Why he began house flipping Why don't some people loan to Flippers Why flipping works until it doesn't When a partnership goes wrong Why you should never hire unlicensed contractors Always do the right thing The importance of education and network Bruce Norris Never stop asking questions How to navigate the Key West, FL market Find the problem and fix it The Airbnb market and serving a different type of tenant Key West regulations on short term rentals Is the industry moving away from preferred returns Syndications vs funds How culture changes create value Facts over faith Why you need to immerse yourself in the culture of a market The goal should be to duplicate what you net, that is financial freedom What is a professional real estate investor Listen now on Spotify or Apple iTunes or watch on Youtube to find out how Tyler found his Real Estate Breakthrough! The Real Estate Breakthrough Show with Christina Suter is where we talk about the reality of real estate, the mindset you need and the tips and tricks to get you moving forward in investing. Join us every week and learn everything you need to know to invest in real estate education and create real wealth for a lifetime. Find out more about Tyler here: Website CashFlowGuys.com Phone 305-222-7081
Jake and Phil are joined by ghostly spirits from the other side of the flimsy veil that separates our world from the next in this extremely Frightening Lightning episode. We rank pie, water parks, earplugs, newspapers, wedding anniversaries, audiobooks.SHOW NOTES: The Kurt Vonnegut story Phil was talking about was Harrison Bergeron. Full text of the story is here, it's very short. It's been adapted several times for TV and movies. It's the kind of science-fiction story that probably gets taken the wrong way a lot. The Video game we mentioned but didn't know the full name of was Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off Road. Here's a video of what it looks like a real Super Sprint vibe to the proceedings. Key Lime pie is brought up. You don't need limes from Key West to make these pies, just use regular limes. The Stephen King audiobook that the populist Phil talks about is 11/22/63. It was made into a movie on Hulu. Phil's not a Stephen King guy really but he likes time travel stories. This book is about a portal that opens up to a particular town in Maine on the same day. A guy who owns a hamburger place goes into the past and buys the same meat over and over from this town in Maine to bring back to the present to serve to his customers. Wait, maybe that's Stephen King telling on himself! If you have something to add to the list, email it to email@example.com (or get at us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook).
We took some time to talk with The Concierge Girl (http://theconciergegirl.com/) about her business and how she helps make a stay in Key West AMAZING! We also spoke about our favorite places in Key West. What questions do you have? Let us know and we'll answer them in our next Key West podcast.www.priority1travel.com
Our monthly YAWA episode - when Michelle and Christy answer all the pressing questions you want answers to. This month's questions are definitely going to take you across a few different spectrums from the challenges the grandparents you love pose, all the way to Destination Weddings. Question 1: How do I deal with a grandparent who doesn't seem to want to listen to our needs and requests? I.e.: not respecting no photography rules, getting in people's faces and way. Do you guys have any advice on how to deal with family dynamics like this? Not inviting him really isn't an option, because that would cause even more drama. Anything would be much appreciated! Answer 1: You have to talk to him. Make it a positive! We don't want you to be distracted, etc. What about asking him to do an “engagement shoot” of you and your fiancé before the wedding? And you can feature his pictures at the wedding! Maybe he's socially awkward and needs that camera as a crutch. Question 2: My fiancé (35M) and I (30F) finally decided on a venue that we wanted. The date we want (a Thursday in June) was available at an amazing venue in Key West. So a destination wedding. We were very excited to get moving with some real tangible plans. After reviewing their required/ preferred vendors list. Just after the caterer our budget is hit. The budget I'd like to stick to is 15,000- 20,000 absolute max. After emailing the the venue wedding planners, asking them for advice to keep the wedding within budget I got the following response. "Well another option could be to have the wedding ceremony here and maybe have a reception at a restaurant? They tend to be a bit cheaper. For 50-60 people this will definitely bring you to the top of your budget with food and alcohol. Maybe inquire with Bagatelle or first flight they will be able to accommodate your size party and might be able to keep you on budget? " I guess, I just don't understand how I could have saved up so much money and that can't cover a reasonably small party. Personally, I don't like the idea of leaving the venue for a dinner reception. I went on Wedding Report for my town and it says that based on the answers I gave I could achieve a wedding around 18k-25k for 75-100people. My fiancé doesn't want to get married here, so that doesn't really feel like a back up plan. Should I keep pricing things out in Key West? Thanks for at least letting me vent a little. Answer 2: Destination weddings are typically expensive. If you love this venue that much, it's not going to be enough to just have the ceremony there. Is there a way to put the wedding off a few more months to give you more time to save money so you can have your wedding there? We suggest you each go through and define what your priorities are for the wedding. That will help you make the right decisions. Maybe it IS possible to have an awesome wedding closer to home within your budget. Explore those options, it can't hurt to look at venues and get quotes from local wedding pros. Question 3: What are the thoughts on shape wear and when to get the shape wear? Should you get it before dress consultation? Answer 3: Most of our clients, that wear shape wear, wear Spanx. There are lots of brands now, in comparable to that brand. It does help. Try somethings out ahead of time. Wear them all day and see if it's something you can handle having on for 8+ hours. And definitely take them with you to the dress consult! Question 4: Instead of going the traditional catering event, they decided to use a restaurant that will set up the buffet. Without needing servers, they are looking for people to help with pouring water, cutting cake, etc, how do we find a staff? What do we look up to find the right help? Answer 4: This is tricky! Ultimately this comes down to budget. You may not need people to serve, but like you say, you need bussing, refilling water, set up, take down, cleaning up spills, etc, and these tasks require a proper staff. Thumbtack is a great resource for finding staff to come and help with a party. Staffing companies, bartending companies, etc will often list themselves on that site and you could find a proper staff on a pre-negotiated rate. A free-for-all style can get really messy. It can be very helpful to have some people there to scoop things on to plates. Also google ‘event staff company' and your location. Taskrabbit might be a good choice too, but it would be individuals instead of teams. Be careful, you get what you pay for. We understand budgets, but it's important to be prepared. Could you ask the restaurant if they know anyone that could help out for the day? They might have a connection or have staff not working in the restaurant that night that want to work. Question 5: We are having a 40 person wedding. How do you feel about DJs? Our families are a mix of partiers/dancers and those that just want to sit. Is a DJ awkward with 40 people? Answer 5: Hell yeah have a DJ! It is really not awkward. It elevates the party and makes everyone feel special. Tell the DJ it's a smaller party. Decide ahead of time if guests are allowed to request songs. The DJ takes so much stress off of you on the big day. We're able to produce this podcast because of YOUR support. If you want to become a Patron (https://www.patreon.com/thebigweddingplanningpodcast), and get exclusive access to our monthly newsletter, bonus episodes, and more, check out our Patreon Page (https://www.patreon.com/thebigweddingplanningpodcast)! A giant thank you to all of our existing Patrons, who help keep this podcast running! Learn more by checking out our Patreon Page (https://www.patreon.com/thebigweddingplanningpodcast). 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This episode is releasing on Laura Beth's 40th birthday! When we were discussing topics for fall, it felt right to put out an episode on southern adventures from the sky to release today because people tend to want to have adventure on their birthday, especially milestone birthdays. Mentioned on the show: If you were to sky dive from Key West, Florida you'd have views of Florida Keys, Gulf of Mexico, and Atlantic Ocean.. WOW. Check out SkyDiveKeyWest.com For paragliding or hang gliding check out Lookout Mountain Flight Park, the premiere flight school of the southeast. https://www.flylookout.com Middle TN Hot Air balloon: https://www.tnballoon.com __ If you'd like to join our Patreon Community to support us monthly for perks and exclusive content check out https://www.patreon.com/steelmagnolias Places to Connect: Sign up for mailing list HERE https://mailchi.mp/e3cef217a5e7/sweetnews Instagram: @SteelMagnoliasPodcast Private Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/32Kna4T
Hurricane Wilma made landfall as a Category 3 system near Key West, and later near Everglades City, Florida On October 24, 2005. Wilma had earlier made landfall on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula as a Category 4 system. Wilma, the most intense hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic, reached a low pressure of 26.04 inches, surpassing the previous Atlantic record holder of Gilbert. Wilma, the first Atlantic storm to use the letter “W” formed as a Tropical Depression southwest of Jamaica on October 15th, becoming a hurricane on October 18th and later becoming the 5th Category 5 hurricane of the season. Wilma produced a storm surge of 4' to 8', flooded portions of the Keys dropped 10 tornadoes over Florida and yielded 3” to 7” of rain across Florida. Wilma directly was attributed to 5 deaths in Florida, knocked power out to 98 percent of South Florida and produced an estimated $12.2 billion in damage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Mark Baratto sits down with Billy Kearins of Coast Projects. This is our second time sitting down for an interview, the first was about his iconic local brand found HERE. In this interview, we talk about Billy's music and arts festival know as the COAST is Clear, happening on December 4th. We talk about how he came up with the idea and how he is keeping Key West a boutique music town with big acts, without arena size seating. ATTENTION!! How would you like to win 2 FREE tickets to this years festival! We are running a contest on our social media channels. All you need to do to enter is go to my Facebook or Instagram account and like the COAST IS CLEAR post (it will be the one with the snippet of this interviewing playing) and TAG 3 people in the comments Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/backyardsofkeywest/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/backyardsofkeywest Tag 3 people in the comment section We will pick a winner on Friday October 29th. More on the COAST is Clear Music & Arts Festival In a time of global unrest and uncertainty, it's often best to take a step back to find respite in the simple pleasures of life. A weekend in the sun surrounded by close compadres — or simply folks you've only just met because of a shared love of music and art — can, at the very least, provide a temporary feeling that things might just be okay when whatever it is that we've all collectively endured is finally behind us. And, at its core, that's what COAST Is Clear is really all about. From the start, it has been a time and place to celebrate the end of a difficult stretch — for us, it's that six-month period we in the tropics call Hurricane Season, that officially ends each year on December 1 — when, quite literally, the “coast is clear”. We started this festival in 2017, just months after Hurricane Irma ravaged the Lower Keys. That year, a few musician friends of ours agreed to come down to lend a hand and lift spirits by doing what they do best. And since then, we've committed to bringing down top-notch, nationally-acclaimed bands, paired with local art to make COAST Is Clear an annual festival — one that has been enjoyed equally by our local friends and traveling fans alike. This year, for the first time, we are so excited to announce that the festival will be a collaborative effort between one of Key West's most beloved and enduring arts organizations, Key West Art & Historical Society (KWAHS) and the renegade creative forces at Coast Projects (COAST) — a pairing that offers both a timeless legacy and a raw and relevant edge with regards to the arts on the island. So join us on the first weekend of December to dance and sing in the sun, to enjoy the fresh salt air and island breeze, and to celebrate the end of the old and the beginning of something new... Website: https://www.coastisclearfest.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coastisclearfest/
We're pleased to be joined by Victor Mitrani this week to discuss his new self-titled album “Little Oil”. Written and recorded at home during the pandemic, Victor laid down most of the acoustic guitar and vocals in one take with one mic. Additional instruments (mostly drums, bass, backup vocals and some more guitars) were layered on remotely & it was mixed by our good friend Kresimir Tokic (Happy Birthday Buddy!). The result is an energetic, acoustic guitar driven blend of punk, indie and blues. Most important, he's a joy to talk to and it was great having him on. Check it out over at Little Oil's Bandcamp PageSongs:Little Oil - “So I Called His Name”Little Oil - “First Comes Walking”Little Oil - “Through the Trees”Little Oil - “Friends”We catch up with Greg in Key West, a few shows into a stretch of tour dates with the Red Not Chili Peppers. The day before he had a chance to land front row tickets to Pat Methany at Orchestra Hall in Detroit MI & was absolutely blown away. Listening to Greg describe seeing this incredibly important personal influence is a treat, hope you enjoy!Song: Sugar - “Your Favorite Thing”Shortly following the 2020 US Elections, Jason Isbell tweeted that if Georgia went to Joe Biden, he'd record an album of Georgia related covers. Good on his word, the album is out and Jay is loving it. Song: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit - “Sometimes Salvation”
Thousands of Floridians received overpayment notices from the state with minimal information. Also, a discussion on the opioid epidemic in South Florida. Plus, a Key West artist finally gets recognized for designing many Lilly Pulitzer textiles.
Hey there friends! We're back after a HIGHLY fun trip to Key West, for Mr Weedman's brothers (aka. Bigfoot) wedding. Boy oh boy, did we consume a lot of weed on our trip! Listen in to hear some of our high antics, along with news from around the world delivered by Mr Weedman. He touches on legal cannabis taxation, medical students getting cannabis training, state licensing, and retail sales figures. Mrs Weedman has some topics to cover too, she's talking about the retail employee shift to dispensary jobs, cannabis for motion sickness and the best bong for your buck. Thanks for listening and as always, hit us up! Twitter: @weedman420pod IG: @weedman420chronicles email: email@example.com#weedman420chronicles #legalizeit #cannabis #stompthestigma #cannabisforlife #freetheplant #flowerpower #tree #cannabispodcast #knowledgeispower COPYRIGHT 2021 WeedMan420 Chronicles©
He came with speed, and he came with gifts. IndyCar Series Champion Alex Palou, the young champion, sits at the table with Dale Earnhardt Jr. to talk about his sudden rise to the pinnacles of motorsport. The colorful Spaniard didn't come from a racing family. It was a local go-kart track near his home village of Sant Antoni de Vilamajor Spain, that sparked his interest in becoming a racecar driver. From there, a path of persistence, raw speed, and opportunity led him to eventually become the 2021 NTT Indycar Series Champion. Palou connects with Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis about life in Spain and what it was like to grow up overseas. A racing path that took him far from home at a young age to Japan, Palou had to get used to different cultures as he tried to find himself as a racer and a man. That path didn't come without disappointment and setback. From homemade mountain dynos to racing for big teams in GP3 and F3, it's a true racing story. Alex Palou came on the scene with success in his rookie IndyCar season with Dale Coyne Racing. But it was his sophomore season that set the stage for his meteoric rise. An opportunity came with Chip Ganassi Racing and he took full advantage of it. Leaning on veteran leadership of teammates Scott Dixon and Jimmie Johnson, the youngster made a name for himself with three victories and the series title. To boot, he nearly won the Indianapolis 500. The near-miss in the world's biggest race didn't set him back though. Palou shares how the 7-time NASCAR Champion, Johnson, helped him mentally break through setbacks. Palou also came into the Bojangles studio with gifts, for Dale's Birthday and also some keepsakes for the crew. The 24-year old shares his personality as he and Dale Jr. talk about the dynamic personalities of the international scene that IndyCar presents. Dale Jr. first experienced it in iRacing, and it is why he and Mike on fire for the open-wheel brand of racing. Before Palou's arrival, Dale Jr. took control of the room. We're joking. Actually, an energy drink and a spunky mood had the whole gang wondering where Dale Jr. would go next. From Frankenstein to Cash-only soda machines... Dale Jr. held court in ways only Dale Jr. can. He and Mike also touched on the hottest topic in NASCAR today, the ongoing rivalry between Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick. In Ask Jr. it's all about the triangle... of the tasty kind! Dave Portnoy's latest Dale Jr. invoked Pizza review brings up some questions about how it went down and the Key West drunken pizza hotspot. We also learn about Dale Jr's latest Chevy Silverado and how he decided the wild graphics he put on it. That and much more in this entertaining version of The Dale Jr. Download. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hey, listeners! We wanted to introduce you to a podcast called About the Journey, which celebrates a different road trip in each episode. It might be driving from Miami down to Key West, cruising Oahu's North Shore, or zig-zagging through Wyoming's National Parks.In this episode, host and travel journalist Oneika Raymond takes us from Atlanta, Georgia to Asheville, North Carolina to experience some of the soul of the south. Subscribe today—learn more here.
Uli Bernier is retired and living in Key West, but once upon a time his job title was the National Program Leader NP104 veterinary, medical, and urban Entomology at USDA-ARS, whatever that means. We discuss working yourself to almost death, living in my old house, mosquito control in the Keys, the handling of the covid response leading to confusion and distrust, type O Negative blood, getting the double vaccine and catching the virus after, the data is not being reported correctly, media mass manipulation, mask policy, vaccine cards, working out that immune system, good health will always help and more.Thanks to my firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com@www.generalhorseplay.com
Vitaliy recounts the time he and his brother Alex were stranded in Key West without a hotel room for a night. Every hotel had no vacancy, except one "all male" hotel. Vitaliy tells the story of their pleasant stay there, and how investors can profit by exploiting the overly dogmatic beliefs of others. You can read this article online here: https://contrarianedge.com/homophobic-arbitrage/
This week on the Parrothead Podcast, the boys are diving into the recently released Under the Volcano documentary. Fins up! -- You can listen to us every Friday night from 7pm - 12am Key West time on Radio Margaritaville. Click here for more information: https://bit.ly/36w0FBZ -- SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: https://bit.ly/3w3H0Eg Email: ParrotheadPodcast@gmail.com Merchandise: https://bit.ly/3eMKODX Subscribe: https://apple.co/3bpl926 Subscribe: https://spoti.fi/2PgThTZ
Susan (Susie) and Chuck Mack are the owners of two EXIT franchises: EXIT Lone Star Realty in The Woodlands, Texas, and EXIT Realty Paradise, in Key West, Florida. Many of us have been on one track and then life gives us a major curve ball and we find ourselves on an entirely different path. Listen to Susie's story and be inspired by it.
“Deal Shopping” tends to lend itself to the rose-colored glasses effect, everything is great, no worries here, this place is just under-rented, all ya gotta do is buy it and POOF double the rents and get rich right? WRONG Before we go any further, let's discuss the two types of vacancies. Physical vacancy applies to actually empty units (nobody living in them) Economic vacancy identifies the difference between the potential (proforma) rent and the actual rent. As a passive investor investing in someone else's deal, it's a good idea to perform your own independent market research. Your findings should align with the finding of your deal sponsor. If you are buying a property yourself as an active investor, the same is true. You can't count on the Wholesaler, Broker, or Seller to be accurate with the information they provide. It's not that they are lying necessarily, instead, it's more likely that they simply were not willing to do their homework if they are the Broker, Wholesaler, or Deal Sponsor. If the seller is off, I often find they are conveying what the “feel” it will rent. Let's keep in mind that they never actually get that much, after all, they don't want the tenants to leave right? In this episode, I'm going to break down how you can assemble the most accurate information available. Its making decisions based on facts that will keep you safe during your investing journey. If you want to learn more about what I am up to in Key West as far as my upcoming deals, go to keywestcashflow.com/call and schedule a time to get on my calendar to discuss our plans down here and how we might be able to work together in the future.
Listen to this: About the Journey, the podcast that takes you on an audio road trip with travel lover Oneika Raymond.Each episode of About the Journey takes you on the road along routes like Miami to Key West, Oahu's North Shore, or Wyoming's National Parks. You get to ride along with host and travel journalist Oneika Raymond, who you might know from the Travel Channel or her incredible instagram. Oneika is so passionate about the growth and experiences that come from travel that she's made it her life's work to help empower others to see the world, too. ResourcesListen to About the Journey PodcastOneika Raymond's InstagramEpisode preview: From roller skates to birria tacos, this episode takes us southbound on the 5 from Los Angeles to sunny San Diego. Join Host Oneika Raymond on a road trip down one of the most famous coastlines in America to get a taste of southern California culture. Listen on Spotify.Join the She Explores Podcast community on FacebookVisit She-Explores.com & Follow Us on InstagramMusic is licensed through Musicbed.Episodes air bi-weekly this fall on Wednesdays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode.