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Record Talk Radio: NJ remembers WWI

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This August marks 100 years since the outbreak of fighting in World War I, the so-called "War to end all wars."

Join us on Friday,  Aug. 1 at 10 a.m. when our guest will be Rod Leith, a Rutherford historian who will talk about what his community is doing to mark the occassion and how Bergen County responded.

Our guests also will include Record reporters Monsy Alvarado and Colleen Diskin.

Alvarado who will talk about her story this week on a West New York man who paid to smuggle his daughter into the United States from Guatemala.

She also will talk about a controversy that's broken out over attempts to serve a popular Korean alchoholic beverage in restaurants with a "bring your own bottle" policy.

Diskin will discuss her story on dead beat dads and the debate over incarcerating them for failing to make child support payments

Have a question for our guests. Email your suggestions to johnensslin@gmail.com.