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SUNDAY, MAY 14, 2017 (MOTHER'S DAY)
Throughout both hours of the show, Jack played recordings of songs about mothers, performed by a variety of singers and musical groups over the years. During the second hour, Jack played the piano and sang "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby)," which his mother used to sing to him when he was a child.
Jack played some comments he recorded from his friends Wayne & Deanna Terry about Nirmanz restaurant, where they had dined together Friday, and about the Smart Financial Centre, where they had gone together to see Jay Leno's comedy show on Friday.
Jack interviewed Andrew Huang, Director of Marketing for the Smart Financial Centre. They spoke about the new theatre in Sugar Land and about some of the concerts that have been presented there this year and some of the upcoming concerts.
Jack Interviewed Daison Cima, General Manager of Gauchos do Sul, a Brazilian steakhouse in north Houston, where Jack had dined the previous week.
Jack played an interview of Kari Roberson and her mother Deborah Lynch from Ambiance Spa and Wellness Centre (one of the show's sponsors.) The interview was recorded afer dinner at Gauchos de Sul, and they all talked about the restaurant for a while. Then they talked about the services available at Ambiance Spa and Wellness Centre and some Mother's Day specials being offered through the end of May.
Jack interviewed Andrew Tran, general manager of Pho & Crab Vietnamese restaurant. They talked about Andrew's acting experience, including roles in some movies. Then they talked about the restaurant. (Note: this was the first part of the interview. The rest of the interview was played in the 2nd hour.)
Jack spoke with Jim, the engineer for his show, about his impressions after attending the WorldFest Houston Internatinoal Film Festival the previous week.
Jack's played some comments he had recorded with his niece Courtney while they were eating at Pho & Crab.
Jack interviewed Larry Spasic, President of the San Jacinto Museum of History, located in the San Jacinto Monument. They talked about the museum and monument and discussed the activities taking in place on San Jacinto Day (the following Friday) and on the day afterwards, including a reenactment of the Battle of Jacinto.
Jack interviewed Hunter Todd, Founding Director of WorldFest Houston. They talked about this annual international independent film festival, now in its 50th year, which is taking place over the next two weeks.
Jack interviewed Jenny Conaway, Executive Director of the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation for South Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. They talked about the diseases and about the upcoming "Golf for Guts" Tournament, taking place the next Friday.
Jack interviewed former NASA astronaut Col. Mike Fossum, who was recently appointed as Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of Texas A&M Galveston. They talked about Col. Fossum's experiences as an astronaut, including his trips to the International Space Station and his space walks. And they talked about Texas A&M Galveston's many ocean-related fields of study.
Jack interviewed Bob Wright, Communications Specialist for Texas A&M Galveston, after a tour of the campus.
Jack played some recorded comments from the family members who had accompanied him on a tour of Texas A&M Galveston, including a grand-niece who is interested in studying Marine Biology there some day.
Jack interviewed Brendyn Hatfield, an ice skater who portrays the role of Aladdin in "Disney On Ice Presents Follow Your Heart," which will be coming to Houston later in the week.
Jack encouraged listeners to go to his website, HoustonAndBeyond.com, where they will find links to websites that Jack often uses to find things to do around the Houston area. He then described some of those websites.
Jack spoke with Ian Martin, director of the Houston Highlanders, a Scottish bagpipe band. They were just getting ready to perform during the final night of this year's Pin Oak Charity Horse Show. After Jack spoke with Ian, the band performed a song.
Jack interviewed Susan Ballenseifen and Dana Vollbracht from Denver, Colorado who were at the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show in Katy. Both women own horses which had been part of the competition at this year's show. Susan has judged many similar competitions, and Dana competed at Pin Oak this year. The ladies gave their impressions of their first time to come to the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show.
Jack interviewed Tiara Sanchez, interim director of the Houston Fire Museum, which is dedicated to the firefighters who have served Houston over the years. Also joining the conversation was Bill Edge, treasurer and board member of the museum. (Bill's real estate business, Man-Edge Properties, is a sponsor of the radio show.)
Jack briefly spoke about the status of the Baylor men's and women's basketball teams in the NCAA tournaments.
Jack interviewed Marian Luntz, Curator of Film & Video for the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston (MFAH.) They talked about the movies that are shown at MFAH, and specifically about the series "Five Funny French Films," coming up the next weekend.
Jack interviewed Mitch Cohen, founder and director of the Saturday Arts Markets, which include the First Saturday Arts Market in the Heights and The Market at Sawyer Yards.
Jack briefly spoke about the progress of the Baylor men's and women's basketball teams in the NCAA tournaments.
Jack interviewed Lynn Walsh, President of the upcoming annual Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, which will take place in Katy over the next two weeks. They talked about the 72-year history of the event and the current competitions, prizes, and charity beneficiaries.
Jack interviewed Bill Edge, real estate broker with Man-Edge Properties (one of the show's newest sponsors.)
Jack presented a report about Banana Leaf Malaysian Restaurant, which has 2 locations in Houston's Chinatown. Jack included some comments about Banana Leaf from three people: Dr. Sterling Carter, Mack Armstrong, and Jeff Kelley.
Jack interviewed Dr. Sterling Carter, owner of Sterling Physical Therapy and Wellness (one of the show's sponsors.) They talked about Dr. Carter's experience as a combat medic ith the Army Reserve ad the some of the ways that Dr. Carter's clinics help patients who are suffering pain as the result of accidents, sports injuries, etc. They also talked about Dr. Carter's service as Chairman of the Board of the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce.