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BlogTalkRadio’s Highlights of Last Week

randy-savage1Pro Wrestling Report remembers “Macho Man” Randy Savage. Randy known for his flamboyant wardrobe and catch phrase “Ooooh yeahhh” passed away at the age of 58 on Friday, May 20, 2011.

goergeThe Breakdown was joined by George Lopez on the program!! You all know him as a funny guy, but he has some serious NBA knowledge too. He’ll breakdown the Lakers’ playoff meltdown against the Mavericks this year plus he’ll tell us why he won’t be crying if the Purple and Gold stink it up over the next few years.

david-anders-david-anders-2852447-800-600David Anders joined the V.R.O.’s Vampire Diaries Month of May 2011 guest list! David is known for his role in the TV Series 24, Heroes, and Alias. Tonight he will be talking about his role has John Gilbert in the TV Series the Vampire Diaries.

geraldineKate Sullivan interviews Geraldine Brooks, winner of a Pulitzer Prize award for fiction. Brooks, won the Pulitzer for her novel, MARCH, which won widespread acclaim. In this segment of About the Books, Kate talks with Geraldine Brooks about her novel, CALEB’S CROSSING, released this month from The Viking Press.

Programming Highlights; July 4, 2010

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kashifAt 3 PM Black Teen Empowerment Radio’s Scotty Reid gives it up for Gammy-nominated producer Kashif, who lived in 8 foster homes before turning 15—and who’s now teamed with the California Department of Children & Family Services to give foster kids a music education.


maggie-pounceyAt 4 PM WordSmitten host Kate Sullivan chats with author Maggie Pouncey about her debut novel, The Perfect Reader, in which she creates dense, witty language to reveal a character who discovers her father’s life is multi-pronged.


stephan-lillAt 6 PM Heavy Metal Mayhem rocks out with guitarist Stephan Lill of the German metal band Vanden Plas—whose members have all performed in musicals ranging from Jesus Christ Superstar to Evita. Stephen will sample the band’s new CD, The Sheparic Clockwork.


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Programming Highlights; April 18, 2010

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andrew-treesAt 4 PM WordSmitten’s Kate Sullivan chats with author Andrew Trees—whose Academy X The Washington Post hailed as “Smart, on-target and very funny.”—about his new novel, Club Rules, which follows the gilded yet shallow lives of country-club setters Preston and Anne Winthrop.




dee-marshallAt 6 PM Denise “The Motivation Mama” Hart kicks it with celebrity life coach Dee Marshall of TVOne’s Makeover Manor and CEO of Raise The Bar, a minority-owned consulting practice serving small to mid-size businesses.



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Blurb! Book of the Week: Rick Robinson’s ‘Sniper Bid’

Disclosure No. 1: We’re humongous fans of Robert B. Parker, the Boston-based of author so many brilliant Spenser novels—which more than do justice to the memories of noir masters Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler.

That said, you can imagine how thrilled we were that this week’s Blurb! Book of the Week honors go to Rick Robinson, whose Sniper Bid sounds like it’ll be right up our alley.

CAPTION: Rick: Rocks Fiction Week with nail-biting Beltway tale.

Rick: Rocks Fiction Week with nail-biting Beltway tale.

The 224-page novel, which was a 2009 Indie Book Award Finalist, tells the story of freshman Congressman Richard Thompson, “who is enjoying his new life on Capitol Hill when the death of a colleague thrusts him into the national spotlight on a major issue: performance-enhancing drugs in professional sports.

“As he presses Congress for new standards on the abuse of steroids, someone wants him quieted. The only question is, who?”

An attorney living in Ft. Mitchell, Ky., Rick served a stint on Capitol Hill, as legislative director and chief counsel to then-Congressman Jim Bunning (R) of the Bluegrass State. He also ran for U.S. Congress Continue reading

Screen Legend Tony Curtis: No Slowing Down in the Makeout Department

CAPTION: “You can’t take me anywhere,” Tony (above, sans toupee) tells Kate.

“You can’t take me anywhere,” Tony (above, unaccessorized) tells Kate.

He may be 83 years old, but Tony Curtis doesn’t sound like he’ll be cast- ing off his Casanova ways anytime soon.

Interviewed this week on WordSmitten, the actor puts the moves on host Kate Sullivan – before she even has a chance to ask her first question.

“I love life so much that I can’t turn down any of the women that I’ve ever met,” says Tony, who has starred in such classic flicks as The Sweet Smell of Success, Some Like It Hot and The Boston Strangler.

“I’m not being facetious now. I find the company of women so much more appealing and pleasant than the company of men,” he continues – before moving in for the kill. american-prince2

“I have a lot of men – wonderful friends. But still, it’s the way a woman poses and says things. That funny little – see that? I just met you, Kate, and I’m falling in love with you.”

Excellent sport that she is, Kate then suggests a dinner date – to which Tony, whose new memoir is titled American Prince, replies:

“Wherever you want. At the box car at the train station.”

To hear Tony’s full interview, includ- ing how, early on in his career, he used marbles to rid his voice of its Bronx growl,  click here.