Recently Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis’s signed the “Parental Rights in Education” bill — some call it the “Don’t Say Gay” bill — some say this bill is just about keeping the topics of sex and gender away from young children, others see it just another attack on the LGBTQ+ community.
Lying On The Beach’s Lois Whitman-Hess and Steve Greenberg explore this controversy with their special guest pioneering journalist Steve Rothaus. Steve has covered LGBTQ+ issues at the Miami Herald for more than two decades. He’s been honored with a GLAAD Media Award for outstanding newspaper columnist and many other awards. The National Lesbian Gay Journalists Association inducted him into its Hall of Fame in 2019, the year he retired from the Miami Herald. Since then, Steve has remained active as a freelance journalist for the Herald, South Florida Gay News and WLRN News.
Emotional moments for Carnival’s 50th birthday commemoration
Maurice Zarmati is one of the original Carnival Cruise line team, he started in 1972 as Southeast regional representative and ultimately became VP worldwide sales, before going on to lead Costa Cruises of North America as president & CEO — Maurice has seen the cruise industry grow as the ships keep getting bigger and bigger AHOY MAURICE— WELCOME ABOARD THE LIDO DECK OF THE SS LYING ON THE BEACH
Since the start of the Covid-19 crisis, Maurice De Hond, a Dutch tech entrepreneur and well known pollster, has been involved in data analysis as a way to explore the way the virus spreads. His degree in Human Geography at the University of Amsterdam has given him the expertise to understand how we survive this nightmare.
De Hond writes daily articles on the subject in his blog, maurice.nl. In the Netherlands, he is the most important critic of the policy of the Dutch CDC and the WHO. He appears frequently on TV shows, and in newspapers, as a trusted reliable source.
Listen carefully to what De Hond has to say about measuring the inside air around you. Steve Greenberg and Lois Whitman-Hess capture it all on “Lying on the Beach On Camera.”
Dr. Bruce Yaffe wants to know why a certain medicine he is well acquainted with is not being used as a treatment for Covid-19. He has no real proof that it works for everyone, but the few very sick patients he prescribed it to got significantly better within 24 hours. They all are well today. Dr. Yaffe is not saying this is the cure all, but he does want the research labs to do deep investigation on the drug.
What is it? You will just have to listen to the podcast to find out.
Dr. Yaffe is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. His practice has been a fixture for patients on the Upper East Side for more than two decades. He is now a concierge doctor affiliated with Lenox Hill Hospital and NYU Langone Medical Center. He has been recognized as a Castle Connolly Top Doctor® for over 10 years.
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We Asked A NY Doctor If Indoor Dining Was Safe And We Ended Up With A Possible COVID-19 Treatment
TV personality Steve Greenberg and Editorial Consultant Lois Whitman-Hess set the record straight on “Lying on the Beach On Camera.” NYC is the heart of the universe and it will only get better as time marches on. Those who ran away will have huge regrets. They are probably bored out of their minds. New York at its worse is better than listening to the endless hum of crickets.
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Don’t Call A Rabbi Or A Priest -- NYC Is Not Dying
Steve Greenberg and Lois Whitman-Hess of Lying on the Beach on Camera speak to Meg Sahdala (Sa-Dala). Meg was born in Warsaw, Poland. While working for EB Brands – a niche accessories company— Meg started her own animal related company named DOG CLOTHES AVENUE.
Back in 2014, Meg made a bold move and opened a non-profit charity called MIAMI ANIMAL RESCUE, established to rescue abandoned pets in South Florida. Six years later, Miami Animal Rescue is one of the largest Florida rescues with a newly opened shelter branch in Colorado last year. Miami Animal Rescue has saved thousands of animals — and has received many honors and awards.
You may have seen one and not even known it and now Peacock, NBC’s new streaming channel has a series called “The Capture” — it is all about how an incriminating security video might actually be fake video.
So how do we know what to believe? That brings us to Peter Sisson and YAZA, a new platform that authenticates the place, time, and creator of each video. Yaza calls it “Certified Reality.”