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January 21, 2022 20 min
"Encanto" has just left theaters, but you'll find it on Disney+. Hap also shares his take on "Licorice Pizza" and "Red Rocket."
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SFC Steven Gibson, a Jupiter Recruiting Station Commander and Capt. Sam Firkins, Company Commander for Jupiter, share details about the $50,000 in incentives being offered for 6-year active duty recruits, and $20,000 in incentives for U.S. Army Reserve recruits.
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Vicki shares details about this year's South Florida Fair and its theme "Rockin' Robots." Listen for information on parking, special days to save, etc.
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Chief Shannon advises residents not to get too complacent, even those in gated communities, when it comes to locking their car doors. He also discusses what it takes to prepare his team for two big events coming to the City of Palm Beach Gardens in the next month, Arti-Gras and the Honda Classic.
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Mayor Scott Singer, who serves as President of the Florida League of Mayors, is sharing information with his peers from across the country, including details about Boca Raton's condo recertification program. It's the strictest in the nation. Several other topics tackled in this interview.
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Hap Erstein with PalmBeachArtsPaper.com reviews "Scream," as well as "Belle," "The Surprise Visit" and "Shattered."
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Cherylanne Gengel is the mother of Britney Gengel, who died in the 2010 Haiti earthquake while doing missionary work with orphaned children. She formed the Be Like Brit Foundation, which built a 19,000 square foot orphanage in Haiti and soon those kids will be able to get schooling in South Florida.
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Among the bills the Palm Beach County Republican is sponsoring this year is HB479, which would further regulate the sober home industry.
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In addition to Hap Erstein's 10 best films from last year, the longtime local film critic reviews "The 355," "The Tender Bar" and "Parallel Mothers."
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Bradshaw talks about the issue with a group out of Miami that encourages dirt bike riders and others to engage in reckless driving on our roadways. He shares his agency's procedures for when to pursue someone on the roads and what's on the horizon at PBSO in 2022.
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Hap Erstein is back with a look at "The Matrix Resurrections," "Don't Look Up" and Denzel Washington in "The Tragedy of McBeth."
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211 of the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast Community Relations Specialist Patrice Schroeder talks about the services offered by 211 in the area and around the state.
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Hap Erstein says watching Spidey's old villains showing back up makes "Spider-Man: No Way Home" a fun movie. He also reviews "Nightmare Alley" with a huge cast, "The Kings Man" and Art House Pick "Swan Song."
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“Mike Huckabee’s Christmas in America” premiers on Newsmax 12/15 at 9 p.m. Huckabee joins the Morning Rush on 1290 WJNO to speak about the special, his relationship with former Pres. Trump, his daughter's bid for Arkansas governor and his favorite Christmas memory.
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In addition to the new film version of "West Side Story," Hap Erstein with PalmBeachArtsPaper.com shares his take on the new Lucille Ball biopic "Being The Ricardos" and his Art House Pick "C'Mon C'Mon."
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As you head out Christmas shopping this weekend, have a safety mindset. That word from Boca Raton Police Department's Public Information Officer Jessica Desir. She also shares tips on keeping your home safe when you head out of town this holiday season.
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The big release of the weekend is "House of Gucci," but Hap Erstein also reviews Disney's new animated feature "Encanto" and the movie that was originally supposed to be in theaters but now an exclusive for Disney+ "The Beatles: Get Back."
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The event, which runs through Dec. 12, is to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida. Executive Director Soraya Rivera-Moya shares details on the non-profit partner of McDonald's restaurants and how the Drive Thru Challenge works.
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Longtime local film critic Hap Erstein reviews "King Richard," "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" and Netflix original film "Red Notice."
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Deputy Police Chief Vanessa Snow talks about the Gift Cards for Guns event on Nov. 20, 2021 and the PD's holiday toy drive.
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