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Balancing School and Acting

It’s tough balancing school with acting in the movies.  But that’s exactly what today’s guests are doing – and they are speaking two languages as…

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Giving Kisses

Today’s guest has a most interesting job.  He gives many kisses to many ladies and people like to follow his intriguing life.  What’s his story?…

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A Horse Race You Don’t Want to Miss

The first Kentucky Debry was run in 1875.  The first edition of this annual horse race was run over two centuries before that.  Hang on…

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An Italian Contrada

It’s called a “contrada” and unless you are from this city, you probably can’t fully understand the power of something akin to a family.  The…

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The Home of Saint Francis

He said, “It is no use walking somewhere to preach unless your walking is your preaching.”  It’s just one of the quotes from a man…

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Italian Truffles

We continue with our recent listener trip to Italy with a stop today to taste a real delicacy.  You’ve perhaps heard of this very expensive…

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A Stop in Milan, Italy

What is an appropriate bedtime for a kid in Kindergarten?  For this family it’s 10:30 at the earliest.  We go to a place where the…

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A Peak Inside the Italian Farm’s Castle

Living inside a castle may sound like a posh lifestyle, but the reality is that it can be a bit rough at times.  Structures built…

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10,000 Olive Trees

It’s not everyday you find a farm growing olives, so today we take you to a place with 10,000 such trees and we learn a…

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A Farm With Centuries-Deep Roots

We had several listeners recently join us on our American Countryside tour of Italy.  We hope you’ll join us on future trips, but for now,…

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The Castle is a Home

There’s a cliché that says your home is your castle.  For the owners of this farm, it’s one in the same, for the castle is…

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Going Inside Petra

If you were ever fascinated in the adventures of Harrison Ford playing Indiana Jones, then you have definitely seen this place.  It was the supposed…

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A Place for Anyone to Swim

It’s estimated that about 40% of American do not know how to swim.  Today I’ll take you to a place perfect for those non-swimmers, for…

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A Christian Named Osama

Today we interview a gentlemen named Osama.  He laughs because that name may bring certain images to mind for an American.  However this Osama is…

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The Site of Jesus’ Crucifixion

The Church of the Holy Sepulcher contains the site of Jesus’ crucifixion, burial and resurrection.  Several denominations have a presence in this church, each claiming…

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On The Streets of Jerusalem

Holy Week is a time when Christians reflect on the death and resurrection of Christ.  The events of Easter week come to life on the…

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A Peaceful Scene in the Middle East

Most people would consider the country of Syria to be a dangerous place right now.  However, here, along this country’s border with Syria, the scene…

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The Effect of The Three Wise Men

The Bible tells us that after Jesus’ birth, wise men from the east came to honor the child.   Interestingly, those visitors not only came bearing…

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Away In A Manger

At Christmas time we may sing, “Away in a manger no crib for a bed.”  While the phrase may be true, the picture we have…

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The “Little” Town of Bethlehem

It’s a “little” town forever associated with Christmas.  In a moment you’ll see that town is today a large city, but it remains a place…

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