Ray Allen‘s clutch 3 sent the Heat-Spurs game into OT, and we’ve got a Game 7! Recap the thrills with the crudely honest JoeBurke, plus hear the state of the league and the big trade winds blowing through it.
Director, actor and a stand-up comic in her own right, RainPryor chats about her new award-winning solo show, Fried Chicken & Latkes, and growing up Jewish, black and daughter to the iconic Richard Pryor.
Travel through the lives of 2 celebs: Days of Our Lives star Gloria Loring shares her tumultuous journey, including parenting R&B star RobinThicke, and British songwriter BillyFranks puts his life on display.
Good morning and happy Monday. Before I toss out today’s leads, I want to say how great it is talking with all of you on Twitter and Facebook. In addition to the BlogTalkRadio forum and Yahoo group, the social networks are a great way to meet our hosts and listeners and I’m enjoying getting to know you all. I’m especially enjoying your feedback and questions, so keep them coming. I also want to say I think it’s terrific to see the Blogtalkradio community interact with each other on Twitter. The sign of a great community is how supportive you are of each other, and the BlogTalkRadio peeps roll with the support in droves. Please continue doing what you’re doing, because it works!
Now, enough of the chit chat….today’s highlights: (All times EST)
Gary Vaynerchuk is today’s guest on Two Chicks Creating, this morning at 11:00. Today’s topic is bringing social networking to brick and mortar businesses.
At noon Live Well Every Day features a discussion with Dr. Neica Goldbert, Cardiologist and spokesperson for the “Go Red for Women” campaign.
On Socially Speaking at 1:00 p.m., Groundswell co-author Charlene will discuss the future of social networks and social technologies.
Legendary country star Crystal Gayle stops by Somewhere in Vegas at 4;00 p.m. to talk about her career, making it to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and performing in Vegas.
At 5:00, The FlyLady welcomes Grammy nominated artist Cameron Carpenter.