Luciana Bosio, Executive Producer of The Bob Rivers Show, was born in Santa Fe, Argentina and came with her husband, Pedro, to the USA to study broadcasting and speak English at the same time.
They enrolled in Green River Community College and they started going on air in KGRG, where they hosted La Revolucion and Minority Report.
Luciana was the host of Jaime y Luciana por la Manana in the then only 24-hour Spanish radio station in the Puget Sound.
After Spanish radio, Luciana was hired as one of The Bob Rivers Show Producers. The best job she's ever had!
Luciana and Pedro love radio so much, that on the weekends they used to buy hours in a small multicultural radio station where they hosted Antes del Mediodia with other friends.
Besides producing the Bob Rivers Show, Luciana and her husband Pedro now host the 3-5 AM show “Up All Night,” sort of a warm up for Bob Rivers Show listeners.
On her free time Luciana practices hot yoga and she loves it. Luciana's participated in various marathons and even though she has not run them, she can at least walk for many hours.
On a hot summer evening, Luciana says, there's nothing better than a very cold glass of beer...
A black Afro-Caribbean woman who owns a cafe in a mostlty white town has posted a sign on the door of her cafe informing customers that she's "black." Here's the sign...
She runs Yeanon Café in the West Yorkshire (England) town of Ossett and she claims that some customers walk in, see her there and then walk out. She told BBC News "I hired a white woman called Tracey. When Tracey is in the cafe she does well and people will come in and it will be full, once I stay in the background... But if Tracey is not working and I'm working nobody comes in."
Check this video...
Some neighbors are offended by the sign and the allegations of racism. What do you think?