Friday, June 19, 2009

By Denisia Adams
Hello and Good day to you! It’s a wonderful day in the Mother’s City (Cape Town South Africa). Oh and it’s Father’s Day Sunday, gosh I haven’t even saved up and more than clueless when it comes to celebrating it.
Today saw Art – C Friday where we kept it all about entertainment, arts & culture we even had some interesting ideas on how to celebrate Fathers’ Day, Check it out:

1. With disapproval, suspicion, or distrust:
"The area is so dirty that merchants report the tourists are looking askance" Chris Black.

2. With a sideways glance; obliquely.


What is the new name for the Northern Province?

A – Tswane B – North Province C - Limpopo
Answer: Limpopo

The first televised sporting event was a Japanese elementary school baseball game, broadcast in September 1931. ALSO DID YOU KNOW The first daily broadcast was started by the BBC in November 1936.

How to Celebrate Father's Day
Step 1
Pamper him with whatever cooking ceremonies he enjoys most, whether it's breakfast in bed, a burgers-and-beer lunch at the local sports bar, dinner at his favorite four-star restaurant - or all of the above. (After all, Father's Day comes but once a year.)
Step 2
Avoid the ties, shirts, golf balls and best-selling thrillers. Instead give him something you know he'd love but isn't likely to buy for himself: CD, collection etc

Step 3
Look for clues. If he keeps saying he wishes he'd practiced the piano when his mother told him to, sign him up for lessons. If he reads every issue of "Gourmet" Magazine cover to cover, give him a gift certificate for a cooking.
Step 4
Give him the ultimate gift: your time. Present him with a gift certificate announcing the plan: dinner and a ball game, a day at the beach, a weekend outing to the rugby, a camping trip, or simply an afternoon of side-by-side digging in the garden.
Step 5
Make him a scrapbook commemorating "Life With Father" over the past year. Or go all out and make a scrapbook, or a series of them, covering your whole life together.
Step 6
Honor your father's memory if he's no longer living. Send a donation to his favorite charity, or lend a hand to a cause he cared about etc.

Step 7
Remember, you needn't limit Father's Day to your biological dad. Do something nice for all the father figures in your life, whether grandfathers, stepfathers, uncles, godfathers, big brothers or that first boss who helped you launch your career.

Our sixth Golden Cloud baking show where Joy, the host baked up a storm. Hierdie week het Joy ons gasvrou “Double Delight” Sjokoladekoek gebak… heerlik ne. Jou pa sal dit natuurlik geniet vir die opkommende Vader’s Dag, hierdie Sondag. En veels geluk aan hierdie weeks se wenner, Joanne Campbell ons hoop sy gaan haar wonderlike prys geniet.

We then were joined by Robyn Scott from the Little Theatre’s production, Elizabeth: Almost By Chance A Woman. Robyn plays the complex Queen Elizabeth. This outrageous farce by the magnificent master of broad comedy, Dario Fo, is a radical interpretation of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. The Little Theatre is based in 37 Orange Street, Cape Town. To find out more contact 021 480 7129.

Lastly were joined by Rob Murray from Cape Town Edge. The Cape Town Edge, a collective of Cape Town independant theatre companies known for their ground-breaking performances, will be present at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival 2009, in the Princess Alice Hall with a line up of seven productions.

Samuel Butler

All of the animals except for man know that the principle business of life is to enjoy it.

That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!
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