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Author: Michael Zufolo, Producer/Co-Host of Let's Travel! Radio

10/01/2018 Discover MACEDONIA

Discover MACEDONIA presents an ancient settlement in the Baltic peninsula located in Southeast Europe. It’s roots are Thraco-Illyrian. Its capital Skopie is the country’s largest city holding a quarter of the country’s population of 2.3 million. The Republic of Macedonia measures approx. 25,000 sq.mi. The majority of its residents are ethnic Macedonians, a South Slavic people. Once part of Yugoslavia, it became independent in 1991. . Corinna Snyder/ Corinna is an accomplished musician of traditional Balkan music, and has been traveling to Macedonia for the last 10 years to work with the country’s leading musicians and composers. Corinna resides in Brooklyn,...

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Discover Macedonia

Republic of Macedonia,an independent nation since 1991, is a composite of ethnic roots; Roman, Byzantine,Ottoman, with a heavy dose of Serbian, Bulgarian and Greek influences. The people are Slavic. Located in the Balkan peninsula in Southeast Europe, it is one of the smallest countries on the planet,and one of the poorest, measuring 25,300 sq.mi. Its capital, Skopje holds one-quarter of the nation’s native population of only 2.3 million. The majority of the residents are ethnic Macedonians along with Albanians, Turks, Romani, Serbs, Bulgarians, The region itself dates back to antiquity under the kingdom of Paeonia, a mixed Thraco-Illyrian...

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San Francisco Bay Area-Things to Do & See this Fall

SF’s Bay Area is the place to be this Fall. The weather is perfect, a balmy 60’s,the average,with lots of sunshine; warmer days and cooler evenings. It’s the best time of year to be there.,from early Sept. through late Nov. And getting around there is easy with a day-pass, weekly and/ or monthly pass. Local transit hubs can provide these for you at a discount. The Clipper Card works best is you’re a Senior or Veteran. Dial 877.878.8883 or connect locally with or call 415.227.2600 for more info on where,when you can buy these.( San Francisco Travel Assn. ). Oh,yes, cable cars and trolleys are included. Really a fun way to take in the city sites. Note, SF is a smaller version of NYC,it’s been said. Only 800,000 live here on less than 50 sq.mi. compared to LA, with a population of 4 million, San Diego,1.4 million or San Jose,1 million. It’s decidedly American, with a large mix from every major country on the map, though heavily Asian, 33% and Latino, 15%, with Mexico, the third major group, original settlers over the last 200 years. For visitors, however, it annually records a larger international set. Last year nearly 3 million visited from overseas vs.23 million from all parts of N.A The city, however, has a large tourism budget to accommodate pegged at 9.5 bill.for 2018. Lots to See &...

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07/01/2018 ALBANIA, More To Love

LTR’s July showcast focuses on ALBANIA, the once celebrated Roman province of Illyria. Bordered by the Adriatic and Ionian seas to the west and southwest, to the northeast by Yugoslavia and Greece on the southeast, the country is known for its rugged terrain and independent people. Now a democratic republic after four decades of Communist rule, and with a population of less than 3.5 million people, it is mineral rich with a promising future, and is ripe for tour and travel discovery. Its culture is unique, both Moslem and Christian, where theatre, fashion, music, and food predominate. Angjelina Nika...

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ALBANIA, More To Love

ILLYRIA,once a prosperous province of the Roman Empire is ripe for discovery. It is bordered by the Adriatic and Ionian seas on the west and southwest,and by Yugoslavia and Greece in the northeast and southeast.The land is majestic with rugged terrain, and a fierce, independent people who share a dual culture, one Moslem, one Christian. More than two-thirds are of Moslem belief; less than one-third are of the Christian faith by virtue of conquering tribes of the last thousand years. Note, once the land of the Byzantine kings until the Ottoman conquests of the 15th century in 1468, which lasted until the early years of the 20th century with the First Balkan War, and after the expulsion of Turkey in 1912, at which point ALBANIA declared its independence.It became a battleground during the First World War, in despite its status of neutrality. Apparently, it was not honored. But from 1925 to 1939, ALBANIA became the fiefdom of Ahmed Zogu, a local tribal leader who forced his way into a position of power, and who proclaimed ALBANIA as a monarchy until Italy’s invasion in 1939 which forced his exile. During the Second World War ALBANIA, once again posted a position of neutrality but was invaded by the Nazi regime making it a puppet state for the Axis until 1944 when Enver Hoxha, another tribal leader took control of ALBANIA under the...

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Survive and Thrive Entrepreneur’s Boot Camp (

October 26-28, 2018
Malibu, California

Survive and Thrive Today is a community that supports entrepreneurs through action, shared resources, information, connections and opportunities to assist them as they strive for success. Different from other conferences, the Survive and Thrive Entrepreneur’s Boot Camp encourages entrepreneurs to replace their sports jackets and dress shoes with t-shirts and sneakers for a weekend of work, connections and adventure with influential and successful business leaders, accredited investors, and future leaders. It’s an intimate (only 300 people) 3-day immersive event where entrepreneurs can get the knowledge they seek, the resources they lack and the partnerships they need, to create a winning formula to elevate their game for peak success.

The Blue Dahlia at Chelsea Market in NYC


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