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Programming Highlights; June 11, 2010

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Today’s Programming Highlights:


pauly-shoreToday at 1 PM Pauly Shore drops in on host Robin Milling to plug his new mockumentary, Adopted, in which he ventures to Africa to “test-drive” kids. But in real life, the comic has no plans for a ready-made family. “I’d have to be really mature before I’d considered adopting,” he tells us.


nell-painter At 3 PM The C.O.W.S. host Sister Nefertari Merimut Nzingha goes one-on-one with Princeton University historian Nell Irvin Painter, author of the new book The History of White People, which The New York Times has called “monumental in sweep.”


brad-sellers At 6 PM Chris and Company gets busy with former Chicago Bull and Seattle Supersonic Brad Sellers, who’ll weigh in on the NBA playoffs, as well as fill us in on the community work he’s doing in his hometown of Warrenville Heights, Ohio.


natalin-avci At 7 PM Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica kicks it once again with Sports Illustrated model Natalin Avci. The tantalizing mannequin, who has appeared on HBOs’ Entourage, will tell us how it feels to be named one of FHM International’s sexiest ladies.


camile-sledge Also at 7 PM WDKK Radio host Darryl Williams hangs with Camille Sledge and Kristen Gabrielle, daughters of Sister Sledge’s Kathy and Debbie Sledge.The cousins will fill us in on SledgeGirl, their effort promoting positive self-images among young women, which launches June 17 in Philly.


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Pauly Shore: I’m Not Mature Enough for Kids

Pauly: Eternal adolescent.

Pauly: Eternal adolescent.

We don’t know about you, but it came as no surprise to us that Pauly Shore is too puerile for parenthood.

Interviewed on Milling About, the funnyman—who has (dig)graced such flicks as Bio-Dome and Jury Duty— plugs his new mockumentary, Adopted, which finds him venturing to Africa to “test-drive” would-be sons and daughters.

“For hundreds of years, Africa has existed in a state of despair. Famine, civil wars and rampant disease have left the continent without hope, but for the efforts of Western do-gooders,” Pauly writes Continue reading