In Love With Bolero with Eloy Cepero Thu, Aug 21th 6PM CST


Click to hear the show Thursday at 6pm CST

Co Hosting: Monica Rosales, Executive Director of

Eloy Cepero is an avid music collector, historian, and TV and radio show host.  His top rated “Grandes Leyendas Musicales” (Great Musical Legends) has aired nerly 200 shows on three different local tv stations.  For the past 5 years, he has been hosting a radio show by the same name on WWFE, La Poderosa, Saturdays from 12 to 1 PM which, to date, has aired over 250 radio shows.

Since 2008, at the University of Miami Institute of Cuban and Cuban American Studies (ICCAS), Eloy heads a living history project, also  named “Grandes Leyendas Musicales”, where once a month he interviews important figures of Cuban music before a live audience, about their lives, experiences and contribution to music.   These interviews are preserved both at ICCAS and the Cuban Heritage Collection of the University of Miami for future use by anyone wanting to research the music, musicians and times.

His first published book, “Cuba 1902 – 1962, a Journey Through Postcards” was a best seller and was followed by “Cuba 1898 – 1915, a Journey Through Postcards”.  His latest book “Tales of a Cuban Family from Bahia Honda to Iceland, Memories of a Pedro Pan,” has been well received and he recently collaborated with 30 other Cuban exiled writers, on “Cuba, an Epic Journey” depicting the rise of the Castro regime and the last 50 years of the Cuban exile in the U.S.

We’ll be discussing his latest work, “In Love With Bolero”

Dinner with Warriors Sunday 2/27/2011


Dinner with Warriors

Author Brig Arnold talks about this great cook book filled with recipes from men and women of our armed forces who lay their lives selflessly to defend our freedom.


Susan Price mother to fallen hero Aaron Michael Kennefick,

USMC  Stacy, is only one of two women to win the NPAA Military Photographer of the Year Competition. Stacy served three different tours in Iraq and earned a Bronze Star medal and a Commendation of valor for heroic actions under fire for her courageous actions and after being injured.

The mother of Petty Officer 1st Class Joseph Adam McSween USNavy was awarded the Bronze Star with “V” (combat Distinguished Device), Purple Heart, Combat Action Ribbon, Army Commendation Medal, Navy Good Conduct Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal 1st & 2nd Award, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, 1st 2nd & 3rd Award, Expert Marksmanship Rife Medal, Expert Marksmanship Pistol; Qualifications:Senior Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Diver, Naval Parachutist, SCUBA Diving Supervisor.  First Class. McSween was on his second tour on Iraq when he was killed.