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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Lew Irwin

Lew Irwin


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Lew Irwin has been a Los Angeles-based journalist for more than 50 years. He was the original anchor/reporter at KABC-TV from 1957–1962 and the news director of Los Angeles radio stations KPOL, KRLA, KDAY, and KNX-FM. While at KRLA in the late 1960s, he created The Credibility Gap, a 15-minute news program, broadcast every three hours, that integrated topical satire and music with the news.[1] He also has interviewed Presidents Harry Truman, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Dwight Eisenhower, and Ronald Reagan, as well as such show business personalities as The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra, David Bowie, Peter Sellers, Jack Nicholson, Dick Clark[2][3] and Elvis Presley.[4] He is the author of Sinatra, a Life Remembered, a coffee table book about Frank Sinatra[5] and since 1992 has been the publisher/editor of the daily entertainment industry digest Studio Briefing.[6]

LA Times = veteran TV/radio newsman Lew Irwin ...he's just out with a sensational book, "Deadly Times," all about the 1910 bombing of the great newspaper, the LA Times...the book also delves into America's forgotten decade of terror...yes, we had terrorists even then... at least 20 members of the Times' staff were killed...go to Facebook to learn more about Lew Irwin and his book which took many years to write...or you can google his name or the title of his book
Date Recorded: 10/8/2013
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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Cameron Reddy

Cameron Reddy


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Gun Rights

Mr. Reddy received his BA from Michigan State University and his law degree from The University of Michigan Law School (but his blood runs Spartan green!). A graduate of Gunsite Training Center and numerous firearm and self defense classes, he has taught the lawful use of deadly force for over 10 years. Mr. Reddy’s interests include golf, table tennis, cross country skiing, cycling, playing guitar, building acoustic guitars, woodworking, and impersonating the Big Bopper on karaoke night. He currently lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with his two miniature schnauzers, Elsie and Ellie Mae.
Date Recorded:10/8/2013
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Monday, April 27, 2015

Faddius Reports

Charles S. Faddis


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BK: Caffa

I am a retired CIA officer and author. I'd love to come on the show to talk national security, the intelligence community, the role of government in society and my new novel, "Caffa".
Date Recorded: 9/5/2012
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Adam Reinwald, baritone

Adam Reinwald, baritone


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McPherson Opera House

Artistic Council – Programming 16th season with Cantus Hometown: Eugene, OR Education: BM Vocal Music Education, St. Olaf College Baritone Adam Reinwald started singing in the Oregon Children’s Choir Association in the 3rd grade and spent a total of 10 years with that organization. As a boy soprano, Adam sang the lead role in Amahl and the Night Visitors with the Seattle Opera. At St. Olaf College, he sang in the St. Olaf Choir for three years. Adam has performed as soloist with the Bismarck-Mandan Symphony Orchestra and the University of Oregon Symphony Orchestra, and as choral soloist with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and the Oregon Bach Festival. Adam maintains an active voice studio in the Twin Cities, focusing on developing high school voices. While classical music has been the basis of Adam’s professional experience, a love of popular music–jazz, funk, blues, barbershop, bluegrass, modern rock–continues to sustain his musical interests. An avid sports fan, Adam will occasionally break dress code and don a University of Oregon Ducks football jersey on Saturdays in the fall in order to help his favorite team win. In fact, Adam is the only individual in the world with his own fight song, “Mighty Reinwald.” 10 Questions for Adam: 1. What is your best musical memory from childhood? One of my most striking memories, and one of the earliest, is being in some sort of classroom during summer sports camp, maybe 5 years old. The door to the outside was wide open since it was such a nice day and we were stretching and moving like 5 year olds, all to Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature”. Great song. Every time I hear the song now, I can picture that community room and the summer breeze vividly. 2. If you had a super power, what would it be? I’ve thought quite a bit about this: I would like Super Speed. I hate the time wasted in transit…I’m too anxious to get where I’m going. Not flight, because that’s too involved. Just Super Speed on the ground. 3. What is your super power at a Cantus rehearsal? I think that I always try to keep us pointed toward a goal and moving forward with our art. I guess that makes me Never Satisfied Man. Occasionally, I am also So-Crazy-It-Just-Might-Work Idea Guy. 4. What are you looking forward to in the coming season? I’m looking forward to the trip to Washington D.C. for the Kennedy Center performance of All Is Calm in the winter. I’m also looking forward to presenting a program of music Czech music we recently recorded…I very much enjoyed recording those pieces by Dvořák and Janáček. 5. Cereal at dinner: yes or no? If yes, pure or mixed? NO. If you’re going to have breakfast for dinner, the only acceptable answers would be an omelet or waffles. 6. Do you own any albums that would surprise people? I’m pretty sure that most people would not be surprised by anything in my CD collection, except for maybe my small but delightful collection of ragtime piano recordings. 7. Do you have a movie you can watch over and over again? Yes, the movie Clue, starring Tim Curry and everyone else from the 80s. I’m up to 90+ viewings…it’s a long story. 8. Where in the world would you like to go that you haven’t been? I’d love to visit Copenhagen, Barcelona, Rome, Verona, Istanbul, Jakarta, Tokyo, Zurich, Bali/Java, and Johannesburg. But above all, I want to live in Uruguay. Guess I have to visit first. 9. What’s your greatest fear? That the world will one day run out of barbecue sauce. 10. Can you describe your perfect day? Hard to describe a perfect day, but I can mention what I would eat throughout my perfect day: it would include a hearty challah bread French toast breakfast at Studio One Café in Eugene, OR; a full rack of ribs at Charlie Vergos’ Rendezvous in Memphis for lunch; a lite snack of fried walleye “shore lunch” in Birchdale, MN; and my dad’s pulled pork and “10th Revision” barbecue sauce for one very full dinner. Do you see a trend?
Date Recorded: 10/8/2013
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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Frank Cotolo

Frank Cotolo


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Latest

The Godfather of Internet Talk Radio, also known as Frank Cotolo, has been skulking the halls of the Internet for a really – long – time. Frank has engaged his talents in every form of writing and broadcast that is possible over the past few decades. As writer his output has varied from producing speeches for corporate officers to books, theater pieces, commercial copy and one-liners for comedians. He has written fiction, non-fiction and straight news for print and broadcast. As Godfather of talk he spent many years with the legendary Wolfman Jack as Mars Cotolo. He also is known for his numerous writings of custom material for personality’s radio shows, live appearances, TV and movie roles. You can hear Frank live weekly on COTOLO CHRONICLES every Thursday at 9 PM EST. His work of short stories, Pony Player, is a cult classic with copies reselling for hundreds of dollars. He is the author of License to Skill, the amazingly illustrated Molotov Memoirs and his much talked about epic, The Complete and Unabridged History of Japan. You will love Frank’s freestyle, drum solo and interesting interactions in COTOLO CHRONICLES. We’ll bet you dollars to donuts, you bring the donuts! Frank is also co-founder of JuicedTalk.com with The Artist D and Velvet Steele, the juiciest podcast network you’ve ever heard.
Date Recorded: 10/7/2012
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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Andrew Warren

Andrew Warren


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The Countershaded Ibex

Born and raised in Bucharest in Communist Romania, Andrew learned the meaning of adversity survival at an early age. By the age of seven, he was already writing stories of hopelessness and escapism reflecting on the life around him. When he was nine, his father was arrested and thrown in one of the regime’s most infamous prisons. During the following five years, his mother, an uneducated yet gutsy woman born in a Transylvanian shtetl, tried desperately to put food on the table through any means she could think of. Her exhausting efforts often left her impatient with Andrew’s obsessive story writing, which drove Andrew to stop writing; in fact he stopped writing for the next thirty-five years. When Andrew was fourteen, his father was finally released from prison, and, for a brief moment, it seemed like his life was going to take on some semblance of normalcy. But the tough years apart left his parents virtual strangers, so a messy divorce quickly followed that turned even messier when, due to extreme housing shortages, his parents were forced to continue to live in the tiny, claustrophobic apartment that Andrew had shared with his mother during his father’s incarceration. Two years later, Andrew and his mother were allowed to emigrate to the West provided they left immediately and only with the clothes on their backs. Their Romanian exit visa specified Paris, France as their final destination, and Andrew allowed himself to briefly fantasize about freedom and endless opportunities. But the harsh realities of an immigrant’s life among the xenophobic French quickly set in. The most incongruous memory of this time was when the homeroom teacher at the day school he was allowed to audit denied him the right to stand with the other students in deference to the fallen French soldiers fighting in the Algerian War of Independence. The following year, he and his mother arrived at New York City’s Idlewild Airport hopeless, penniless, and without even the rudiments of the English language, where they were met by caseworkers from an organization called NYANA who deposited them in a fleabag that, shortly after they moved out, collapsed of its own accord, killing four people. Despite the ominous beginnings, America was good to Andrew. He went to NYU where he first earned a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and later a Master’s in Environmental Engineering. He married and had two children, Judy and Alex who are still the paradigms of his creative gifts. Unfulfilled with engineering and its confined possibilities, he decided on a whim to start his own engineering consulting firm, thinking that would allow him to choose the more social aspects of the business. To his dismay, the venture turned out to be more successful than he could imagine under the circumstances, which further delayed his return to his childhood passion of writing. But in the early nineties, though still saddled by the business, Andrew cautiously returned to writing and also went back to school to prepare himself for a career as a college instructor of English. In 2001, he sold the engineering consulting firm, which finally freed him to devote himself to full-time writing. Since then, he has written three novels, an extensive collection of short stories, essays, several plays, and countless pages of personal recollections. He also teaches literature and composition writing at two New York-area colleges and runs a creative writing workshop at a senior center on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Andrew Warren’s latest book, The Countershaded Ibex is published through Tate Publishing.
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013
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Friday, April 24, 2015

What makes Bey and Jay a power couple?

Susan Ziegelhofer

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What makes Bey and Jay a power couple?

About the Author: Susan Ziegelhofer has a Master’s Degree in Education, minor in psychology. Growing up, her father was a school psychologist, so she was drilled on analyzing people and solutions for as long as she can remember. Susan is the author of “What To Do Before You Say “I Do.” She wrote this book so her two children, who are in serious relationships, didn’t repeat her mistakes. Susan’s personal experience, education and mistakes gave her the wisdom to share what it takes to have a happy, healthy relationship. Learn more at www.susanziggy.com.
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013
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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Arthur Silber

Arthur Silber, Jr., best friend and business partner with Sammy Davis, Jr. from 1950 to 1975


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Arthur Silber, Jr., best friend and business partner with Sammy Davis, Jr. from 1950 to 1975…went through thick and thin….with him when he broke color barrier at Las Vegas casinos….with him when Sinatra got him the gig at Copacabana and he broke the house records….was the first at hospital when Sammy got in horrible car accident in San Bernardino, California and lost an eye….when Sammy’s life was threatened because of affair with Kim Novak so was Arthur’s….

They shared everything, including women

Date Recorded: 01/30/2012
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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Harry Sheerer

Harry Sheerer


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The Latest

Harry Julius Shearer (born December 23, 1943) is an American actor, humorist, writer, voice artist, musician, author, radio host and filmmaker. He is known for his long-running roles on The Simpsons, his work on Saturday Night Live, the comedy band Spinal Tap and his radio program Le Show. Born in Los Angeles, California, Shearer began his career as a child actor, appearing in The Jack Benny Program, as well as the 1953 films Abbott and Costello Go to Mars and The Robe. In 1957, Shearer played the precursor to the Eddie Haskell character in the pilot episode for the television series Leave It to Beaver, but his parents decided not to let him continue in the role so that he could have a normal childhood. From 1969 to 1976, Shearer was a member of The Credibility Gap, a radio comedy group. Following the breakup of the group, Shearer co-wrote the film Real Life with Albert Brooks and started writing for Martin Mull's television series Fernwood 2 Night. In August 1979, Shearer was hired as a writer and cast member on Saturday Night Live. Shearer describes his experience on the show as a "living hell" and he did not get along well with the other writers and cast members. He left the show in 1980. Shearer co-created, co-wrote and co-starred in the 1984 film This Is Spinal Tap, a satirical rockumentary about a band called Spinal Tap. Shearer portrayed Derek Smalls, the bassist, and Michael McKean and Christopher Guest played the other two members. The film became a cult hit and the band has since released several albums and played several concerts. While promoting the film, Shearer was offered the chance to return to Saturday Night Live. He accepted, but left the show for good in January 1985, just three months into the season. Since 1983, Shearer has been the host of the public radio comedy/music program Le Show on Santa Monica's NPR-affiliated radio station, KCRW. The program, a hodgepodge of satirical news commentary, music, and sketch comedy, is carried on many public radio stations throughout the United States. In 1989, Shearer became a part of the cast of The Simpsons. He was initially reluctant because he thought the recording sessions would be too much trouble. He felt voice acting was "not a lot of fun" because traditionally, voice actors record their parts separately. He provides voices for numerous characters, including Mr. Burns, Waylon Smithers, Ned Flanders, Reverend Lovejoy, Kent Brockman, Dr. Hibbert, Lenny Leonard, Principal Skinner, Otto Mann and Rainier Wolfcastle. Shearer has been vocal about what he perceives as the show's declining quality. In 2004, he said "I rate the last three seasons as among the worst."[1] Shearer directed the 2002 film Teddy Bears' Picnic and appeared in several films, including A Mighty Wind, For Your Consideration, The Simpsons Movie, The Truman Show, and Godzilla among many others. Shearer has written three books: Man Bites Town; It's the Stupidity, Stupid; and Not Enough Indians. He has been married to singer-songwriter Judith Owen since 1993. He has received several Primetime Emmy Award and Grammy Award nominations and in 2008 it was announced that Shearer would receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the radio category.
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013
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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Eva Moon

Eva Moon


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Musician

A quirky cocktail of pop, jazz, funk and Latin originals. Add a hot band, a dash of lust and stir with a comedy shtick. Mmm, tasty! http://evamoon.net/
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013
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Sunday, April 19, 2015

Jayne Jones

Jayne Jones


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BK: Capital Hell

Jayne Jones, a graduate of William Mitchell College of Law, left Capitol Hill to work for the Minnesota House of Representatives, where she was the Executive Assistant to the Speaker of the House. Following her drive and compassion to teach others about the legislative process and drafting legislation, Jayne is starting a summer academic program for teens to master public policy and the legislative process. Additionaly, Jayne teaches political science at Concordia University. Jayne’s students have gained national attention and praise for their legislative activities and involvement. Her students drafted, advocated for and passed the Kyle Herman Bill of 2010 and worked hand-in-hand with state and federal elected officials on state and federal legislation to curb child abuse in the classroom—especially special education classrooms. This year, Jayne’s students tackled eliminating state legislator immunity from impaired driving with their legislation, “No Boozin’ and Cruzin.” Jayne is a member of the Concordia University Advancement Committee and a former inner city Girl Scout troop leader and live-in nanny. Jayne is proud of her work with Margaret's Missions, ensuring travelers with disabilities have access to see the world and enjoy life's greatest adventures! Jayne is full of life and loves reality television. She wholeheartedly believes in living each day to the fullest and loves a great sale for funky jewelry and skirts under $20. She thrives on meeting current and former United States Presidents, cheering for the University of North Dakota Sioux hockey team, catching Alaskan halibut, securing emergency medical visas for orphans and aiming to win her family’s salsa making contest! Jayne prefers bright colored shoes, trendy handbags that can be used as briefcases, and not missing an episode of the Young and the Restless. On her bucket list: being on the Wheel of Fortune, going to happy hour with Kelly Ripa, and figuring out how to boil corn-on-the-cob for that oh-so-darn-good buttery taste. She is currently planning her wedding on a shoestring budget and resides in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013

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Saturday, April 18, 2015

D. Palmer

Daniel Palmer


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BK:Stolen

DANIEL PALMER is the author of four critically-acclaimed suspense novels. After receiving his master’s degree from Boston University, he spent a decade as an e-commerce pioneer. A recording artist, accomplished blues harmonica player, and lifelong Red Sox fan, Daniel lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children where he is currently at work on his next novel. Long Bio: DANIEL PALMER is the author of four critically-acclaimed suspense novels. He is also an occasional short story writer, with THE DEAD CLUB in the ITW anthology, First Thrills, and DISFIGURED, found in Thriller: Stories to Keep You Up At Night. dan palmer Though he always had a passion for storytelling, writing wasn’t Daniel Palmer’s first foray into the entertainment industry. In fact, Daniel considers himself an accidental novelist who first began his career as a musician. He spent several years performing in the Boston club scene and released two CDs. Music allowed an outlet for storytelling that has translated into his writing. Another successful endeavor of Daniel’s has been technology and e-commerce, which coincided with the dot-com boom and led to Daniel helping pioneer the first generation of web sites, most notably Barnes & Noble. The impact of the internet and social media on ordinary lives gave Daniel the basis for his writing, first with DELIRIOUS and most recently, with STOLEN. With tech-centric themes, Daniel’s novels focus on ordinary men pitted against extraordinary circumstances. Daniel is actively involved with the Red Sox Home Base program, helping to raise money for veterans suffering from PTSD. Daniel holds a Master’s degree from Boston University and currently lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children.
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013
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Friday, April 17, 2015

Eva Moon Revisit

Eva Moon


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Musician

A quirky cocktail of pop, jazz, funk and Latin originals. Add a hot band, a dash of lust and stir with a comedy shtick. Mmm, tasty! http://evamoon.net/
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013
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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Female MMA

Female MMA


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MMA

MMA competition requires training in striking, wrestling and submission fighting.
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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Mark Rhoads

Mark Rhoads


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Land of Lincolin

If you're a member of the Illinois State Society—Washington's leading and oldest state society—you're going to love Mark Q. Rhoads's book, "Land of Lincoln, Thy Wondrous Story, Through the Eyes of the Illinois State Society," naturally. The book, published by Jamison Books of Ottawa, Ill., is more or less an anecdotal history of Illinois, after all, by way of the comings and goings and doings, the activities and archival stories of the Illinois State Society. It's big, long and thick—512 pages —and it features a stirring painting of Abraham Lincoln on a green cover, in his up-from-log-cabin, log-busting, visionary wielding an ax incarnation. I'm from Ohio by Way of Germany and California, but I resisted being put off by all the stories, names, social activities, political tempests in a teapot narrated by Rhoads. Readers should also resist the temptation to view the book as a kind of very localized-—the state of Illinois and the Illinois State Society—saga. It is, but it is also so much more than that. Rhoads—who is a Lincoln expert, a former two-term Illinois State Senator (like his fellow Illinoian President Barack Obama) and a veteran journalist—brings a particular gift to the task he was set on. He is, you suspect, by nature a joyous story teller, and this book, among its manifold many array of contents is full of good stories. The history of Illinois is replete with bigger-than-life characters: Lincoln, of course, but all the politicians, the artists, the gangsters and shady characters, the men and women who helped forge and populate the state. The biggest character in the book may perforce be the city of Chicago itself, the city that poet Carl Sandburg famously described thusly: "Hog Butcher of the world, Tool Maker, Stacker of Wheat, Player with Railroads and the Nation's Freight Handler; Stormy, husky, brawling, City of the Big Shoulders" Beyond that, the story of Illinois which streaks naturally, and sometimes not so obviously through this book, is that this story—Illinois being what it is in our imagination—becomes a saga of American history as well. You get the doings of the Society, writ large and small. You also get the ballyhoo in the background, the scandals, the struggles, the machinations and celebrations of parades, World's Fairs, the White City, Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak and Lincoln and Grant and the Stevenson clan and Wild Bill Hickok (an Illinois native who may have learned how to play poker in his home state before becoming an Old West legend). The history of the group and the state and the politics seem often to merge seamlessly. The presidents have to share space with the Cherry Blossom Queens, the inaugural balls, the names of the scholarship winners and the stories of how the society functions and why it, as do other state societies, functions and what it does. "I think every state but Rhode Island has one," Rhoads said of state societies. "Basically, they participate in the Cherry Blossom Parade, they put on the inaugural balls, they give scholarships, which may be the most important thing. More than that, by making itself available to Illinois folks who live here—Hill staffers, lobbyists, elected officials, tourists, visitors, and the like—a state society ease the homesickness and make people feel at home in Washington. If the Cubs or White Sox are in town, for instance, why we get fans together and make up a whole section at Nationals Park" Rhoads served effectively in the Illinois Senate with honor. "My resume says former state senator, not politician," he duly noted, acknowledging some of the more dubious politicians to come out of the state. "We like to use the word colorful. We don't say scalawags" Rhoads, who lives in Falls Church Va., hails from Hinsdale and Western Springs, Ill., and at one point in his career worked as an assistant to Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirksen, a colorful, intense and mostly beloved Washington figure. "He was giving a speech once, and a heckler kept heckling him," Rhoads recalled. "The heckler said, 'I wouldn't vote for you if you were at St. Peter's pearly gates, to which Dirksen said, 'You couldn't. You'd be from a different district" If you've had the pleasure of talking with Rhoads, you'd find a man without pretension, garrulous and fully loaded with the gift of gab. Old movies, old politicians, Lincoln and the business of journalism and politics are often tied together. Five minutes in, you're talking about another Illinoian, the late and great television comic George Gobel and his rise to stardom. Or the story might be about McLean Stevenson, (a star of the TV show, "Mash") being asked by talk show host Johnny Carson how he was related to Adlai Stevenson III, then running for governor. "Right now, we're cousins," he said. "But if he wins, he's my brother" I heard that story twice and laughed out loud both times. "Originally, I was set a challenge to find out if Lincoln was a original member of the Illinois State Society," Rhoads said. "I was never able to verify that, but in the course researching the society archives and histories, I thought that this could be a terrific book, especially for young people" It's not bad for slightly older people, either. It's the work of a man with an impish, tolerant sense of humor, a keen respect for facts and stories, and for human foibles, especially those that evidenced themselves in the story of Illinois. It is, for sure, a wonderous story.
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013
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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Crazy Joe

Crazy Joe


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Crazy Joe Calls in

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Monday, April 13, 2015

Heather Wagenhals

Heather Wagenhals


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Guest Opportunity: Heather Wagenhals, Personal Finance Expert, Host of “Unlock Your Wealth Radio,” and Author of "Yes You Can!" Millions of Americans will soon be signing up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Scammers know you have questions about the health insurance marketplace — so they’re on the prowl… calling, emailing, sending texts and letters, trying to get your money and your personal information. Finance Expert Heather Wagenhals discusses how to protect yourself and your personal information.

Expert in Personal Finance and Wealth Building Techniques Host of Unlock Your Wealth Radio Celebrated Columnist Author of “Yes You Can!” Developer of “Keys to Riches™” Financial Wellness Series Internationally recognized writer, speaker, and broadcast professional
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013
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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Jack Duffy, JFK Assassination Expert, Author and Attorney

Jack Duffy


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Author of The Man From 2063

40 years of research on the JFK murder. Jack has interviewed many key witnesses and doctors who treated JFK. Mr. Duffy has one of the largest private book collections on the assassination. Jack's thrilling new book, "The Man From 2063", based on Jacks's many years of research on the assassination.
Date Recorded: 10/7/2013
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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Doobie Brothers

Doobie Brothers


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Salina Kansas Performance

The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band. The band has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide throughout their career.[1][2] The group was inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004.[3]
Date Recorded: 10/4/2013
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Friday, April 10, 2015

Cherie Doyen

Cherie Doyen
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New Book Junebug

One in three girls and one in five boys are sexually abused by the time they are 18 years old, according to http://www.theadvocacycenter.org. Cherie Doyen is a testament to this statistic and has written a book to help educate adults and teenagers on the subject of familial sexual, emotional and mental abuse, how to recognize the warning signs and how to handle the situation. "I read your beautiful, brave book and loved it," said Annie Potts, actress. "Bravo to you who have done more than survive, you've thrived and turned it into art." Through Doyen’s personal experiences she has written her first book, Junebug. This story chronicles the journey of her life and provides guidance for teenagers and adults who have been abused mentally, physically and emotionally. Junebug portrays a very visual journey through the trauma ingenuity of a child’s mind. It’s a candid honest look at the clan like structure of an abusive family, the primary focus being sexual abuse.
Date Recorded: 10/4/2013
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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Clint Den

Clint Den


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Travel Film Projects

Each of our videos are carefully produced and are virtually identical to the live presentation of our world renowned expert and speaker Clint Denn. Clint takes great pride in providing his faithful customers with accurate, reliable and valuable information about the various countries, activities and adventures that he has taken. Use his knowledge and expertise to your advantage when planning your next trip abroad! These videos will guide you through not only the tourist spots, but the culture, the people and the lifestyles of the countries that inspire us to explore.
Date Recorded:10/4/2013
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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Sandy from TDC Games

Sandy from TDC Games


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Company History Formed in 1984 by Chicago writers Larry Balsamo and Sandra Bergeson, TDC Games, Inc. has established a reputation for creating innovative board games with a zany twist. TDC’s games have become known not only for their marketability, but also for a noticeably wry sense of humor that runs throughout line. Currently servicing over 4,000 retailers both large and small throughout the United States and Canada, TDC products are also distributed throughout the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Although most game and puzzle concepts are developed within the company, successful licensing arrangement have also been arranged with the NFL, NASCAR, Fox Television, ABC-Touchstone Television, Major League Baseball. Precious Moments and Where's Waldo and Campbell's Soup among many others.

SANDY BERGESON, Creative Director Sandy Bergeson is a true virtuoso of the arts. She is a former member of the Chicago Lyric Opera and New York City Opera companies and has had a starring role in an Off-Broadway musical. Marriage, children and settling down to the Chicago suburbs led her to a creative association with Larry Balsamo at Hey Wires Singing Telegrams. Sandy churned out custom lyrics with Balsamo, while also performing the zany personalized messages to everyone from grease monkeys to the President of the United States. She also was a theater critic on the radio and an entertainment writer for Copley Newspapers, while writing the I Hate to Diet Dictionary in between. In 1984, she mentioned to Balsamo that an adult version of trivia might be a good idea. The rest is history... and TDC GAMES. The creative combination of Bergeson and Balsamo has accounted for the majority of TDC’s product success rate. Says Bergeson, who also found the time to pick up a Master’s Degree along the way, "We probably qualify as America’s most obscure successful writing team."
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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Olof Mörck

Olof Mörck


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New music

Dragonland and Amaranthe guitarist, Olof Morck at the Borderline in London shortly before Amaranthe played their first UK headline show on December 12th. The date was extra special for Olof as it was his birthday.
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Monday, April 6, 2015

Best Selling Author – Victoria Rei

Best Selling Author – Victoria Rei


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BK:CHOOSE to be Incredible

Successful mother, wife, graduate student (twice), Business woman, and Champion of wellness in relationships, and self. Best Selling Author after acquiring 2 Masters degrees- a MAEd and MBA (28 years a part) in the industries of Disability Case Management and Domestic/ International Business Development. Successes have included negotiating contracts never before done, expanding areas for trade, stellar business development in company growth, and successful mediation in difficult circumstances. Being a successful Agent for Healthy Change in family, among friends, and in business leads to these successes and “making a difference” whether “leading or following”. My treasures are my husband, dauthers, and Molly- our wonder dog. My passion is to grow confidence of others to choose a life of wellbeing, in spite of intense hardships, with reminders of the successes for themselves, when they do. My new book is “ CHOOSE To Be Incredible , Get More from Life and Make Shift Happen” - “Be Your Own Hero”™ Epidemic increases in addiction/ mental illness, challenge finding healthy models for emotional/ social wellbeing, and solving conflicts, peaceably. Our consumerism focuses on physical wellness, but what about our emotional needs of recovery to health and well being? Dysfunctional modeling in families has increased, dramatically, effecting 75% Americans. Look at the dramatic increases of bullying, ie. emotional violence- in schools, homes, and workplaces. How can we -Be Our Own Hero ™, ie. taking on the qualities we admire in others? How can we- Be Better than Before™.? We can Choose to “Find and Follow the Good”™ to Do, Be and Have what we want in our lives. Although, long ago, I left behind my childhood of abuse from a mentally ill mother, I am led to share my story to encourage others to choose and find a path to wellbeing – with inspiration, and resources- No Matter What! Best Selling Author – Victoria Rei victoria@victoria-rei.com 702-483-6487 www.victoria-rei.com
Date Recorded: 10/4/2013
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Sunday, April 5, 2015

New Black 7

New Black 7


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New Black 7

The New Black 7 is country music, that’s a fact, but these guys are breaking the rules! The music is energetic and catchy; it’s honest and true; it’s sad and melancholy. It’s everything that great country music should be but there’s more to it than that…The New Black 7 is what you would get if Steve Earle, Hank Jr., Jason Aldean and Dwight Yoakam had a bar-room brawl with AC/DC, Van Halen, Cheap Trick and The Beatles. The band owes as much to the rock realm as they do the country world. No one can reinvent the country music wheel but The New Black 7 are definitely throwin’ on some new tires along with a new paint job and a fuel injector too! This music still feels like the country music we all love but like we’ve never heard it before; powerful, energetic and real. The NB7’s music challenges us to have a good time, raise a little hell when the opportunity presents itself and to not be ashamed to let it all hang out once in a while… but the music also inspires us to cherish what’s real in life, to do what we feel is right and to be better people when the going gets tough. It’s meant to take you away from your cubicle, away from your expensive coffee shops, away from that boss that keeps telling you what to do and transport you to a happy place; a place where the beer is cold, where the sun shines and the breeze blows across the fields in the afternoon, where the nearest thing to a traffic jam is getting caught behind a tractor on a county road. The music will take to you a place where time moves just a little slower and the people are a little kinder. This is the place where Friday nights are for goin’ to high school football games and partying with old friends and Saturday afternoons are for relaxing, fishing and sippin’ cold ones on the river. The New Black 7 promotes the good things in life! These guys have loads of talent and are making great music together and it’s easy to see and hear that but they also have something intangible; something real; they have heart. A little bit of heart goes a long way today! These guys have earned their stripes by paying dues and building a grass-roots following and they are ready to take it to the next level! They know how to deliver songs with catchy melodies and hooks that you can’t help but hear in your head long after the song is over. They have a knack for hitting the points in life that we can all relate to: love, lust, loss, pain and everyday life. This music is for the people!When you hear this music coming out of the jukebox, it’ll knock you off your barstool and then help you up and buy you a shot! Give it a listen, go ahead and press that play button and let yourself go for a bit. Roll the windows down and turn the stereo up. You’ll understand what The New Black 7 is all about.
Date Recorded: 10/4/2013
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Saturday, April 4, 2015

Louise Gaylord

Louise Gaylord


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BK: Sutton Place

Louise Gaylord is an acclaimed national award-winning author who established herself with her very first book, a suspenseful murder mystery centering on a young, sharp female assistant district attorney. This was the cornerstone of what has become her popular Allie Armington mystery series, the idea for it sparked when Louise herself spent three months on a grand jury panel. The series has grown to four novels, with stories ranging from the Southwest (“Anacacho” and “Spa Deadly”) to New York (“Xs”), to the most recent (“Dark Lake”) featuring her beloved Adirondacks. In the middle of establishing her mystery writer credentials, she expanded out of the genre with an insightful character study novel, “Julia Fairchild,” and then the delightful “Recipes from Camp Trillium.” The cookbook features worldwide recipes from Louise’s family and guests during years they visited her in New York’s Adirondack Mountains. Her first Allie Armington Mystery, “Anacacho,” won the 2003 National Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Mystery/Suspense sponsored by Publisher’s Marketing Association in Los Angeles. The San Francisco Book Festival awarded Louise with best audio book in 2010 for “Spa Deadly.” “Recipes from Camp Trillium” won the Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Awards, in which “Julia Fairchild” and “Spa Deadly” were also finalists. And most recently, “Dark Lake” was recognized in the General Fiction category of the Los Angeles Book Festival. Louise’s newest book, “Sutton Place,” will be published August 27, 2013, by Little Moose Press, Beverly Hills, California. Louise lives in Houston, Texas, though she might be found writing almost anywhere in the world.
Date Recorded: 10/4/2013

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Friday, April 3, 2015

ANNOUNCING THE HOTTEST ANNUAL HOLIDAY HOT TOY LIST FEATURING 36 PLAYTHINGS SURE TO TOP KIDS’ WISH LISTS

Adrienne O’Hara, Toy Expert


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ANNOUNCING THE HOTTEST ANNUAL HOLIDAY HOT TOY LIST FEATURING 36 PLAYTHINGS SURE TO TOP KIDS’ WISH LISTS Toys“R”Us Experts Available to Discuss the Hottest Toys of 2013 and Helpful Tips to Make Holiday Shopping More Convenient WHAT: With the official start of the holiday shopping season only weeks away, Toys“R”Us is ready to unveil its 2013 Holiday Hot Toy List, THE definitive selection of toys sure to top kids’ wish lists this year. Carefully selected after a comprehensive review process, items on the list are organized by age, from “Baby’s First Christmas” to “Big Kids,” and serve as a starting point to help parents, friends and family make kids’ holiday wishes come true. Finding the time to shop for friends and family throughout the holiday season can be difficult, but Toys“R”Us makes it easier for shoppers to buy early and ensure they get the “must-haves” of the season. With programs like Free Layaway, Red Hot Deals, Price Match Guarantee and Rewards“R”Us 10% Back, gift givers can find the items their little ones love, all at affordable prices. Here are examples of the hot toys for this Christmas categorized by age group: · Baby’s First Christmas: Grow with Me Activity Gym & Ball Pit™ Infantino® · 13 months to 2 years: Rollin’ Tunes Zebra from Fisher-Price® · 2 to 4 years: Big Hugs Elmofrom Hasbro® and Kurio® 10sfrom Techno Source™ · 5 to 7 years: Ugglys from Moose Toys and Shimmer N’ Sparkle Cra-Z-Loom™ Bracelet Maker from Cra-Z-Art® · 8 to 11 years: Monster 500™ Toxic Terror Trap Playset from Creata · Big Kids: Crazy Cart™ from Razor™

Adrienne O’Hara, Toy Expert About Adrienne: Adrienne grew up playing with toys, including Barbie dolls, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Cabbage Patch Kids, Pound Puppies and Power Wheels – all of which are ingrained in today’s pop culture. Now, with a career at Toys“R”Us, she is lucky enough to relive her childhood daily, keeping her a “Toys“R”Us Kid” at heart. As a toy industry expert and new mom, Adrienne has participated in hundreds of radio and television interviews, providing parents with her unique insight about the hottest toys and helpful shopping tips.
Date Recorded: 10/4/2013

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Thursday, April 2, 2015

CD Rahm

C.D. Rahm

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I.T. Confidential

Ready to uncover the underbelly of the corporate office, C.D. Rahm presents “I.T. Confidential” (August 29, 2013, Boondoggle Press), a humorous look at the world of information technology. He has been an I.T. professional and innovator in the field since first hearing the word “geek” and knew he wanted to be one. He worked alongside Thomas Edison in inventing electricity and Al Gore in inventing the Internet. He is believed to have come up with the name “mouse” for the device used to move the cursor around a monitor when he observed his cat chasing the one he employed across his desk during an earthquake. (The cat was very disappointed when he caught it, but ate it anyway.) C.D. Rahm is perhaps best known for his sage advice to Steve Jobs when he said, “Who would buy an electronic thingy named after a piece of fruit?” C. D. Rahm lives in anonymity inside an honest-to-goodness I.T. guy who, for reasons of sanity and job security, prefers to remain nameless.
Date Recorded:10/4/2013
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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

George Hill

George Hill


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Guns Recoil

MadOgre.com is a “weblog” or “Blog” of sorts. Sometimes it’s also a little more. It’s part journal, part “Zine”, and part open letter to friends, family, and the rest of the internet. It’s a place where I throw down my opinions on what is happening around the world, and in my life. I write it mainly in a conversational tone as if we were just hanging out and talking. Excuse the vulgarity and profanity, because I’m former military and the jargon sticks with you. Of course most of my friends are former military as well and couldn’t give a rat’s ass about colorful vocabularies. Mad Ogre’s areas of interest are in Firearms, Automotives, Technology, Politics, and anything else that bleeps on my interest radar at the time. I’ll talk about the headlines. I’ll talk about what I catch on the news. I’ll talk about what I read on the web. I’ll talk about what I’ve been up to. I have opinions about everything and I’m not afraid to state them. I’ve never heard of anything too dangerous to talk about… so I’ll talk about anything if I feel like it. This Zine is published and updated as I feel like it. Sometimes, I’ll even update it a few times a day. All depends on what I have going on. This site started out in 1998 as a personal home page hosted by HOTBOT, a part of Wired Magazine’s online presence. This makes MadOgre.com one of the oldest “Blogs” on the internet. The site has grown and evolved in a manner of my liking and choosing. Again, I’m not doing this for you, but for me. If I was doing a Pay For Content site, then it would be different. Old links die and I don’t keep them up to date. I make no guarantees, so you are getting what you pay for.
Date Recorded: 10/3/2013
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PJ Media

PJ Media




Once upon a time – 2005 to be specific – Academy Award Nominee Roger L. Simon got together with Charles Johnson (the blogger behind Little Green Footballs) and Glenn Reynolds (the blogger behind Instapundit) to create a new blog that would shed light on issues important to Americans through insightful reporting, commentary and analysis. The mainstream media tried to dismiss them as disgruntled people blogging in their pajamas. They rejected the evaluation but adopted the name, and PJ Media was born. What began as an online blog site in 2005 has grown into the must-read website you are visiting today. Renamed PJMedia in 2011, this is the place where you will find news delivered in its most insightful form. Read the exceptional reporting of our influential bloggers including Victor Davis Hanson, Michael Ledeen, Claudia Rosett, “Spengler” David Goldman and many more. And check out our lineup of PJ Columnists including Zombie, Barry Rubin, Roger L. Simon and Stephen Green where their take on a story is often comical but always right to the heart of the matter. Don’t miss the PJ Tatler for breaking news and gossip from inside the beltway. And consult PJ Lifestyle for the latest on TV, music, movies, fashion, technology and food. At last count, 1.4 million unique visitors come to www.PJMedia.com each month and consume 20 million page views of our content. And those big numbers keep getting bigger. We want to count you in that number too. So, enjoy today’s visit, and come back often. There’s one more big idea we want to share with you. Beyond covering and commenting on the news, PJ Media is on a mission. We call it voices from a free America. Our voices work to … • keep speech free in our society and media, • ensure free thinking in our schools and media, • encourage a free and prosperous economy, • rid our children of massive government debt and an overreaching government, • and defend, protect and preserve what made, and will continue to make, America great. Add your voice to ours.
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