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Debi Mazar, Nia Long, Chris Burke and Jacoby Jones Today on BlogTalkRadio

debbie-mazarDebi Mazar: The New York City native who made her name opposite Ray Liotta in GoodFellas—before going on star in the HBO’s Entourage—drops in with hubby Gabriele Corcos to chat with host Olivia Wilder about their new Cooking Channel series, Extra Virgin.

nia-long1Nia Long: The actress known for her roles in such big-screen outings as Soul Food, Love Jones and Big Momma’s House stops by Keeping It Reel to talk with host Tim Gordon about her upcoming indie fick, Mooz-Lum, co-starring Danny Glover.

chris-burkeChris Burke: The actor who, as Corky on ABC’s Life Goes On, struck a victory for people with Down Syndrome, drops in on Matty P’s Happy Hour host Matthew Picone to chat about his upcoming roles. Plus: Cheesy from VH1’s I Love New York 2.

att-faithevansFaith Evans: The Grammy-winning diva recalls her 3-year marriage to slain rapper Biggie Smalls. “It was such a short-lived relationship,” she tells The Mutha Knows Show host Mutha. “But because we had so much fun, it ultimately overshadowed a lot of the not-so-fun parts.

jacoby-jonesJacoby Jones: The Houston Texans wide receiver sits down with the Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica to talk about the 2010 NFL season, and about his victory last month in the Visa Men’s Super 60m Race at the 104th Millrose Games in New York City.

Programming Highlights; June 29. 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:

keith-sweat1At noon Mutha Knows gets busy with R&B powerhouse Keith Sweat, whose debut album, Make It Last Forever, sold 3 million copies and yielded the hit single I Want Her. Keith will talk about his new CD, Ridin’ Solo, which features the tracks Famous and Ready.

cece-winans At 3 PM The Certain Ones host Vanessa Richardson gets up close and personal with gospel star CeCe Winans, who’s won 10 Grammy Awards while scoring such hits as I’ll Take You There and Addictive Love. CeCe will chat about her Closet eBay Sale to benefit Sharing the Vision.

clark-terry At 7:30 PM Host Andrea Garrison swings with jazz legends Clark Terry and Frank Foster, who’ll discuss getting involved with the Jazz Musicians Emergency Fund, which helps “ensure that the electricity stays on and food remains on the tables of veteran musicians with nowhere else to turn.”

michelle-bernardAt 8 PM Women on the Move’s Leslie Harris welcomes MSNBC political and legal analyst, and Washington Examiner columnist, Michelle D. Bernard. Michelle will discuss her work as president and CEO of the non-profit Independent Women’s Forum.

greg-jenningsAT 9 PM The Bottom Line Sports Show’s Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy kick it with Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings, who also broadcasts for the Milwaukee Bucks and Brewers. Plus: Penny Hardaway is back for his monthly “Penny for Your Thoughts” segment.

dwight-feeney At 9 PM The Madden Voice host Terence Floyd gives it up for Indianapolis Colt—and Super Bowl XLI champ—Dwight Freeney. The defensive end, who signed a six-year, $72 million contract in 2007 (and has dated Nia Long), will chat about the upcoming NFL season.

lorenzo-borgheseAt 10 PM Host Olivia Wilder chats with entrepreneur Lorenzo Borghese, whose grandmother, Princess Marcella Borghese, founded Borghese cosmetics line in 1958—and who was the prize on Season 9 of ABC’s The Bachelor. The Prince will fill us in on his latest ventures.

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It’s a Socially-Conscious Edition of ‘The Mix’

While it’s true that there’s no shortage of celebrities on BlogTalkRadio, not all of them are here solely to pitch their latest flick, show, CD, book or other entertainment project.

Equally as often, big names take the time to address issues of a social nature. And so, for your listening pleasure and edification alike, we’ve woven together a socially-conscious edition of The Daily Mix.

On tonight’s show you will learn:

CAPTION: "Our foremothers and forefathers always kept the heat on the system, even if they were not armed with guns or baseball bats," says Bill (above).

"Our foremothers and forefathers always kept the heat on the system, even if they were not armed with guns or baseball bats," says Bill (above).

—What comic Bill Cosby is referring to when he says, “You do not participate as a parent when you think the school system is going to do it for you.”

—When former E! News anchor Steve Kmetko—who now works for a website that connects the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community to local events—says, “She’s just there to do a good job. She’s not there because of her sexual orientation,” who he’s talking about.

—Who Beauty Shop star LisaRaye is chastising when she tells us, “They think our stories are ‘ghetto’ or ‘in the hood’ or only depicted to be in the black population. And that’s Continue reading

‘Good Hair’ Star Nia Long: Black Women Aren’t the Only Ones Gettin’ Weaves. White and Asian Women Are Gettin’ Them Too

CAPTION: "At the end of the day, we have to do the things that make us feel great," Nia tells us of beauty enhancements.

"At the end of the day, we have to do the things that make us feel great," Nia (above) tells us of beauty enhancements.

The longing for long, lustrous locks isn’t limited to African American ladies.

So says Nia Long, who’s among the A-list sisters interviewed in Good Hair, Chris Rock‘s hilarious new documentary that “explores the wonders of African American hairstyles.”

Interviewed on Timothy Hodge, the actress, who has appeared in such hit flicks as Boyz n the Hood, Soul Food and Big Momma’s House, offers her take on terrific tresses.

“Good hair is hair that’s shiny and healthy. And for all my sisters out there who weave it in, that’s Continue reading