Tuesday, October 13, 2015



Fall is in full swing and winter is around the corner. The winter months often create a tendency to be dormant and stay indoors, but your workout routine is not doomed. It’s simply time to transition into something different.
Robin Shea, creator of the 80/20 lifestyle is here to help. Her message of healthy lifestyle reinvention can be seen on her program, Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea (which airs on the Paula Deen Network), experienced at one of her INSPIRED CHANGE workshops, or read in her new e-Book, Reinvent Your Life: 4 Steps to Change.

The 80/20 lifestyle is not a diet, it’s a lifestyle that allows rather than denies. It is about the process of enjoying healthy lifestyle reinvention. Change your workouts seasonally. It’s a great way to stay interested, avoid injury and expand your knowledge. And don’t even think about working out on a crummy diet-- you can’t get fit on workouts alone!

Robin Shea has been entertaining & inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television show speaking engagements, magazine articles & lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life’s challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, & more. Through her creative vision & dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face… but embrace, the unknown.


If Hotels and Plane Rides are Not in Your Budget, Consider Getting More Bang for You Hard-Earned Buck with a Different Kind of Lifestyle – RVing is Easy, Flexible and You Can Do It Anytime of the Year.

Catch Up with Alan Taylor, world-renowned expert in all-things auto travel. He will walk you through the top types of RVs for families, couples, or generations traveling together and ways families can save money on their vacation this season. Taylor will be…

LIVE FROM THE CALIFORNIA RV SHOW IN POMONA, CA  with tips for how to prepare for your first RV adventure. Plus, he can tell you what the biggest trends are in RVing.

Alan Taylor, founder of Entertainment Right Now (ERN) and contributor to Popular Science, Men’s Health, Inc. Magazine and United's Hemispheres magazine, is a world-renowned expert in all-things-travel. He is also an avid RV-er, owning three of his own. As a regular contributor to LIVE! with Kelly and Michael, Fox & Friends and many other broadcast outlets, Alan has interviewed numerous celebrities on their favorite ‘rides.’ You can catch Alan's automotive radio program, THE DRIVE, on nearly 100 stations nationwide or on-demand 24/7 via iTunes, iHeartRADIO, Stitcher, TuneIn, and ERNLive.com.



Since 1931, Canter's has been serving up LA's finest deli cuisine. Voted the best pastrami by the LA Times and LA Weekly, Canter's prides itself on delivering the amazing experience that has kept its clientele returning over-and-over again for decades. This culinary landmark is lovingly managed by the third- and fourth-generations of the Canter family, who take a hands-on approach to ensure the highest quality in every aspect of the restaurant. Whether it's the freshly-baked breads, or the famous house-made pickles, Canter's always goes the extra mile to provide the authentic, traditional Jewish deli experience, which helped grow the restaurant from a small storefront to the massive operation that it is today. As inviting as its food, Canter's is also known for its welcoming ambiance, a perfect blend of contemporary comfort with the nostalgic charm of its stylish 1950's decor. Canter's continues to stand out as a unique dining experience that transports patrons back to the golden age of delis.

Canter's Deli is one of California's oldest delis. Located in Los Angeles' Miracle Mile District -the heart and soul of the entertainment industry - Canter's Delicatessen is a third-generation family-run business whose owners have an intense pride in their deli and a hands-on work ethic.

It all began in Jersey City, New Jersey in 1924. After losing a deli in the 1929 stock market crash, Ben Canter and his two brothers moved to California with just $500 in their pockets.Eager to succeed, they opened up a Canter Brother's Delicatessen in 1931 in Boyle Heights, the Jewish center of Los Angeles.

When the character of the neighborhood changed, Ben Canter's daughter, Selmo Udko, and her then husband, Harold Price, partnered with Ben Canter and his wife, Jennie, to purchase a prime location at 439 North Fairfax Avenue. And instead of calling it Canter's Brothers they called it Canter's Fairfax.

In 1953 this new team purchased the old Esquire Theatre at 419 North Fairfax and moved Canter's Deli just up the street to the larger location.

For over seventy-five years now this third-generation family-owned business has served food to locals, tourist, and celebrities alike. With its Art Deco décor and its trademark autumn leaves ceiling, this hangout has hardly changed in its over half century at its current location.

Canter's has also become a favorite whistle stop for hot political contests. Mayor Bradley, Governor Deukmejian, Rudy Giuliani, and Bill Simon have gone from booth to booth introducing themselves to our customers. And with CBS studios just up the block, celebrities frequent Canter's every day. Our catering department caters to many television shows and movies, as well as catering their wrap parties.

Over the years, many celebrities have passed through our doors. In the 50s Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller ate here, as did Jack Benny and Elizabeth Taylor. Other celebrity noshers include Sydney Poitier, Mel Brooks, Wilt Chamberlain, Charlene Tilton, Brooke Shields, Jacqueline Bisset, Catherine Oxenberg, John  Travolta, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Buddy Hackett, Olivia Newton John, Muhammad Ali, Monty Hall, Bill Cosby, David Brenner, Rodney Dangerfield, Dick Van Dyke, Shelly Winters, Elizabeth Montgomery, The Cars, Henry Winkler, and Greg Morris. The producer of Miami Vice, Michael Mann, wrote here for hours at a time when he was writing for Vegas. The Neil Simon movie, "I Ought to be in Pictures", with Walter Matthau was filmed here. Many celebrities who prefer to go "incognito" sneak in around 3:00 am for a late night nosh!

Canter's is also part of the larger Los Angeles community having received numerous awards from such institutions as the City of Hope, appreciation letters for outstanding and dedicated service, and letters from Jerry Lewis and the Muscular Dystrophy Association thanking Canters for donating food.

Canter's Delicatessen continues to be a Los Angeles landmark and late night hot spot, and, with the 2003 addition of Canter's Deli at Treasure Island in Las Vegas, we are committed to bringing the best delicatessen food to our noshers on the famed Las Vegas Strip and to Dodger fans at Dodger Stadium.