Michael Paré: The Eddie and the Cruisers star sits down with Movie Geeks United hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis to talk about his role opposite Matthew McConaughey, Marissa Tomei, Ryan Phillippe, William H. Macy and John Leguizamo in The Lincoln Lawyer.
Oz Garcia: The world’s leading authority on healthy aging—who’s the go-to nutritionist for A-listers like Gwenyth Paltrow and Hilary Swank—drops in on The Jazzy Vegetarian to talk with host Laura Theodore about his latest book, Redesigning 50: The No-Plastic-Surgery Guide to 21st-Century Age Defiance.
Cathy Hughes: The media entrepreneur, who founded Radio One in Washington, D.C., in 1979—and has since parlayed that property into one of the hottest cable nets of the past decade, TV One—stops by to talk with Lady Charmaine Live host Charmaine Bassett about the booming black media sector.
Frank Fontana: The DOWN and DIRTY host celebrates spring break with a visit from Todd Alfred, director of championship sales at PGA of America, who’ll talk hot golf tournies, and Beth Fahey of Creative Cakes, who’ll share recipes for gorgeous, sumptuous wedding confections.
K. Michelle: The hip-hop hottie, who’s R. Kelly’s protégé, drops in on The Mutha Knows Show to chat with host Mutha about her new single, How Many Times, off her upcoming debut album, Pain Medicine.
Marsha Collier: The world’s best-selling reference series marks its 20th anniversary by bringing you interviews with many of its most popular authors, including Marsha Collier, who penned eBay for Dummies, Starting an eBay Business For Dummies and eBay Business All-in-One For Dummies.
Christine Brewer: The Grammy Award-winning soprano, who began her career with the St. Louis Symphony and went on to perform Wagner at the Metropolitan Opera, sits down with The African American Voice in Classical Music host Patrick D. McCoy to discuss her career and upcoming Kennedy Center recital in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Frances Cress Welsing: The Chicago-born psychiatrist, known for her Cress Theory of Color Confrontation, which explores the practice of white supremacy, sits down with The Artivist to chat with host Ron Herd about her seminal book, The Isis Papers; The Keys to the Colors.
Marcus Dupree: The former NFL running back, who played for the Rams and Breakers—after being one of the most highly recruited high school players ever—sits down with The Final Word hosts JayReelz and J.D. to the recent flick about his career on the ESPN docu series 30 for 30.
Lauryn Williams: The sprinter who snagged gold medals at the 2005 and 2007 World Championships sits down with Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica to talk about her prepration for the 2012 Olympic games in London, and the business of track and field.