June 6, 2009: Online Radio Show Broadcasting from San Juan, Puerto Rico City
Peter is broadcasting his radio show this weekend from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
“Crash Detective” and former NTSB investigator Greg Feith, author Patrick Smith, pilot Tom Casey, and journalist Scott McCartney are discussing the crash of the Air France flight 447.
Luis Alvarez, producer of the Puerto Rico Heineken Jazz Festival, is speaking about music and local artists who’ll be performing in the festival.
Allen Nyhuis, author of A Guide to American Zoos and Aquariums, is telling you where and when to visit these beloved attractions.
Marianne Ramirez Aponte, director of San Juan’s Museum of Contemporary Art, is discussing Puerto Rico’s history both generally and artistically.
Anne Ishii, editor in chief of the Museyon Guides, is discussing the performing and fine arts in major cities around the world.
Charles Veley, “The World’s Most Traveled Man,” is telling us about some lesser-known spots to visit in Puerto Rico.
Anne Banas, executive editor of SmarterTravel.com, is giving us the skinny on summer vacation rentals.
Puerto Rican chef Wilo Benet is talking about the unique flavors and foods of the island.
Travel expert Johnny Jet, of JohnnyJet.com, is telling us about some great Web sites with a Caribbean focus.
Forestry expert Pablo Cruz is talking about the beauty of Puerto Rico, including the El Yunque rainforest.
Sarika Chawla, managing editor for Peter Greenberg Worldwide, is talking about what you can find on PeterGreenberg.com this week.