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This Rio Grande Valley film was produced over the time span of 24 hours as part of the 4th Annual Cinesol 24 Hr. Film Dash. Teams were given 24 hours to write, shoot, and edit a 3-5 minute film to the best of their abilities and incorporate various elements given to them. Our film took the awards for *Best Editing (Christian Blake), *Best Cinematog…
 
In this week's episode, guest Mary Botello of the Comfort House in McAllen Texas offers advise on local resources available to valley residents as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Also discussed in this podcast is the upcoming Bike Ride/Walk being held in McAllen on Oct. 29, 2011 with proceeds going to cancer research. Featured in this Podcas…
 
(Bonus Podcast Episode) The 2011 CineSol Film Festival was hosted by the UTPA Library and the Dept of Communication on September 17-18. The festival featured panel discussions featuring outstanding filmmakers and guest speakers such as Steven Escobar, Alvaro Rodriguez, Luis Robledo, Rogelio Agrasanchez Jr, Jose Quintanilla, and Joe Castro. Please e…
 
In this week's episode, guest Scott Nicol discusses recent developments on the progress of the "Border Wall" that could cause serious problems for the Starr County area of the Rio Grande Valley. Get more info. at No-Border-Wall.com. Subscribe to this Podcast for FREE, and never miss an episode, just search "bpscast" in the Apple iTunes Store.…
 
This week on the podcast, guest Teresa Garcia offers insight on what we can expect to see at the King Tut exhibit coming to the Rio Grande Valley, starting on Sept. 26, 2011. This podcast is also available for streaming right on your smartphone, download the Stitcher Smart Radio App (www.stitcher.com). on your devices App Store for FREE, and search…
 
In this week's episode, screenwriter, and Valley native Alvaro Rodriguez discusses his work in Major Motion Pictures such as "The Hangman's Daughter", and "Machete". He also offers insight into the process of how a script becomes a movie. Plus, we feature our audio recordings of two performances by local dance master Susy T. Gramoff, from Maxwell M…
 
Our friend's at Maxwell Magazine will officially debut their first ever Rio Grande Valley print-edition tomorrow (Sept. 1, 2011). We thought this would be the perfect time to rebroadcast our interviews with publishers Olga Adame and Sonia Arriaga, and photographer Miguel Angel, where they explain what Maxwell Magazine is all about.…
 
Now that the NFL Lockout is officially over, many local NFL fans are getting ready to set-up their Fantasy Football Leagues. We figured this would be a great time to catch up with a former guest of our show, Now that the NFL Lockout is officially over, many local NFL fans are getting ready to set-up their Fantasy Football Leagues. We figured this w…
 
A lot of emphasis has been placed recently on eating healthier, and switching over to organic, and locally grown foods. Being that healthier alternatives tend to be more expensive, we thought we would look into just how much our monthly budget would be affected if we were to make "healthier" choices in our basic grocery shopping.…
 
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