• Interview with Dr. Roli Chauhan

    Dr. Roli Chauhan is a multitalented person, an Entrepreneur in Finance & eCommerce, a TV & Radio personality, a Digital Artist and Fashion Model. Aside from being a medical doctor graduated in India, she has a special passion for fashion, beauty, photography, entertainment, performing arts and all things creative.

    She has been featured in The Platform Magazine, Newsbutterfly TV, Elite Mastermind IGTV series of " Think and Grow Rich", "Empowering Women Radio & Inspiring Lives TV Show" and "The Rhyme Impersonator Show " amongst many others. As a fashionista she has also walked the New York Couture Fashion Show runway and is currently a founding member of the Vogue Magazine's First Global Fashion "Vogue Club".

    Her motto is to simply pursue all that makes your heart feel alive.

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    37m - Sep 13, 2022
  • Interview with SAG-AFTRA Actor Michael Cleary

    On this episode we had the opportunity to speak over the phone with Mr. Cleary and his experience as a SAG-AFTRA Actor in New York City.

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    S1E5 - 33m - Aug 16, 2022
  • Interview with Maria E. Abreu from "The ART of Travel"

    On our next Podcast episode, we had the opportunity to speak with Maria E. (a.k.a. Genia) Abreu who among her interests are traveling, global networking, intuition, gastronomy, lifestyle, self-improvement, Feng Shui, and sports. She come from a solid, scientific base as an agricultural engineer at the start of her career.

    The key to her success is a solid belief in herself and a sharp-witted character that helps her establish an immediate connection with almost anyone. She was shaped by her traveling's, curiosity, and eagerness to learn. Her unlimited and open-minded way of thinking had made her a strong believer in the potential of people.

    "I’m a seasoned traveler and life-skill coach with a passion for helping people. I like and respect diversity"

    I have developed leadership skills from my own life experience and higher education, and I continue to deepen this base. My world journeys have expanded my perspective and enriched my communication skills. I now use all these acquired tools to coach successfully mainly within a holiday/traveling context.

    I will work with you to bring you to your own magic and inspirational space. I will be at your side to clarify your desires, to support you in the process of holding on to your special vision. I look forward to helping you upgrade your skills, grow your potential, and make life plans coming from your new, positive perspective.

    Maria E. Abreu

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    S1E4 - 27m - Aug 9, 2022
  • Conversation with Certified Archivist Stephanie D. Hardy

    On this episode Aladino had the opportunity to speak with Mrs. Hardy who is an Experienced Library Director at the Southern Virginia University with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry.

    Skilled in Library Management, Budgeting, Collection Development, Information Literacy, Library Systems, and Archival Management. Master's Degree focused on Library and Information Science from San Jose State University.



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    S1E3 - 29m - Aug 2, 2022
  • GOLD, BRONZE & SILVER Medal Winner Ken Hardy

    On this episode Aladino interviews Ken Hardy who participated and won 3 medals at The National Veterans Golden Age Games (NVGAG) from July 18-23, 2022

    The National Veterans Golden Age Games is the premier senior adaptive rehabilitation program in the United States, and the only national multi-event sports and recreational seniors’ competition program designed to improve the quality of life for all older Veterans, including those with a wide range of abilities and disabilities.

    The National Veterans Golden Age Games (NVGAG) is one of the most progressive and adaptive rehabilitative senior sports programs in the world. The Games serve as a qualifying event for competition in the National Senior Games in a number of competitive events.

    Sports and fitness are vital ingredients of VA’s National Rehabilitation Special Events. Physical activity and friendly competition engage the mind as well as the body, and recreation therapy fills a special need in the lives of older patients at VA health centers across the country. VA research and clinical experience verify that physical activity is particularly important to the health, recovery and overall quality of life for older people. The National Veterans Golden Age Games encourage VA patients over the age of 55 to make physical activity a central part of their lives, and support VA’s comprehensive recreation and rehabilitation therapy programs. It is a national showcase for the preventive and therapeutic value of sports, fitness and recreation for all older Americans.

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    S1E2 - 25m - Jul 26, 2022

    Alcazar is a Swedish nu-disco group.

    Alcazar is one of Sweden's most successful music groups both nationally and internationally with a string of hits since their debut single in 1999. Worldwide, Alcazar sold over 12 million records between 2001 and 2004. Alcazar also had success globally with their song "Crying at the Discoteque", having charted in USA, Brazil, Australia, Japan and most countries in Europe.

    Aladino had the opportunity to interview Therese "Tess" Merkel & Andreas Lundstedt while performing live in New York City for a private venue.

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    6m - Jul 21, 2022
  • DJ Johnny Stuart Interview

    One day, my father dropped the needle on a record, and Santana blew out of the speakers. I was just seven. From his collection of thousands of albums, he began to play others, too: Traffic, Paganini, Stan Getz, Miles Davis. He was educating me. He was showing me love, a love intensified by sharing all the crazy beauty of song. Soon enough, I began to mix my own cassettes with artists who deeply moved me, from Jimi Hendrix to Stevie Wonder and Elton John. You could say this was my first DJ gig, only the audience was me.

    After studying photography in art school, I left my hometown in Washington, D.C. and made the leap to New York City. One night at a gallery opening, I spun some records for fun, but the results were infectious: the next thing I knew, I was digging through my father’s record collection, the treasure trove that started it all, looking for gems to slide into my next gig.

    But to this day, my career as a music director is always indebted to the magic of the right song in the right place. How many times have you heard that deep, blue note of music and smiled from ear to ear? Or gone weak in the knees? Or felt your heart seize up in deep, exquisite ache? All of this testifies to the power of that serendipitous song, that instant chemical reaction that moves a crowd to tears or straight to their feet.

    I love music with all my heart, but most of all, I love to watch the amazing things music can do to other people. Corny, I know, but true. It’s also the reason I know how to read a roomful of diverse guests like no one else. Regardless of the event, its size, or its clientele, I’ve learned to adapt an eclectic array of music to whatever a crowd is feeling minute by minute, note by note. Your event, as a result, is directed with the eyes and ears of a sonic curator, and your guests will never forget the night they fell in love with music all over again.

    DJ Johnny Stuart

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    S1E1 - 27m - Jul 19, 2022
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