• 00:17

    The Vampire Valkyrie

    in Books

    Pete reads from the first chapter in his book, The Vampire Valkyrie.


    The vampire novel "The Vampire Valkyrie" takes off where "The Dancing Valkyrie" concluded and resumes the tale of a young female vampire who just may be the most dangerous vampire in vampire fiction to date.
    A vampire like no other, "The Vampire Valkyrie" continues the tale of the vampire Mary Hoffman, aka Erica, the Dancing Valkyrie, who fights to protect her erotic dance club and her girls from mobsters who want to control her and her club - or kill her if she resists.
    A Schenectady City Councilwoman wants to pass legislation to close down or strictly limit the operation of adult businesses, an a upstate crime boss wants control of Mary and her club and a New York City crime family seeks to discredit the upstate crime boss through Mary and her club. Many people die, both the innocent and the guilty, as a result of Mary's determination to save herself, her girls and her club, while wondering if she should stop being involved with humans and just kill all who infringe upon her freedom as a vampire.
    Allbooks Review (www.allbookreviews.com) reviewer Bob Medak says, "Mary might be an avenging angel from God; or she might be something else. Follow the story of Mary as she comes to terms with being a vampire and her role in the life of humans and vampires that walk among us in this tail, while appearing as much human as any other human. I would recommend this book as a good read, especially for those that read vampire stories. You will be pleasantly surprised by Mary and her friends. This is an above average book and should be on your reading list. If eroticism is not to your liking, there may be parts of this story that are not for you."
    ISBN10: 1452877793 and ISBN13: 9781452877792
     


     

  • 03:06

    Authors, Artists, Herbal Health, Discrimination Law & Mobsters

    in Entertainment

    Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith, publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays entertainment and variety show, airing live from the Louisiana Political Museum in Winnfield, Loisiana!
    Featured Guests:
    - Award-winning author Andrew Mozina will discuss his new book ‘Quality Snacks’
    - Lance Laber – Executive Director of DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, in Tucson, AZ
    - Artist Victoria Chick will discuss Surrealism.
    - Herbalist and owner of MoonMaid Botanicals, Cynthia Johnston will talk about the health benefits of Nettles.
    - S. Ward Heinrichs, Esq. –  Partner at Backstrom & Heinrichs Attorneys at Law in San Diego, will discuss Discrimination Law.
    - Author Chris Cipollini will discuss his new book ‘Lucky Luciano: Mysterious Tales of a Gangland Legend’

  • 00:31

    Frank's World, the Frank Cullotta Show

    in Current Events

    Frank's World features guets that include former mobsters and lawmen, entertainers and businessmen and women. Tonight's show will feature a preview of Mob-Con 2014.


     

  • 00:37

    Frank's World, The Frank Cullotta Show

    in Current Events

    Frank's World features guets that include former mobsters and lawmen, entertainers and businessmen and women. Tonight Frank welcomes back author, screenwriter and musician Jon D'Amore.

  • 01:07

    ...To forgive, divine

    in Religion

    Dog eats man's testicle while he sleeps and a drunken fatso is charged with sexual assault on a 4 x 4.  The current state of immigration and a deportation of a woman in Utah is halted for now.  Policeman commits murder-suicide and news on the bombing at a Boston marathon.  The Pope asks for forgiveness plans a trip to China to halt the persecution of Christians.  Italian mobsters' reaction to being excommunicated by the pontiff.  All this and more with your host King of Cups.

  • 00:30

    Frank's World, the Frank Cullotta Show

    in Current Events

    Frank's World features guests that include former mobsters and lawmen, entertainers and businessmen and women. Tonight Frank welcomes Paul Scharff, whose father was murdered in Lakemoor, Illinois on June 2, 1981. Paul is co-author of the book Murder in McHenry - A Son's Pursuit of Justice.


     

  • 01:52

    Shelly Nunchucks song/Sung Bong Choi n Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame

    in Entertainment

    Topic's:


    Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame Fundraiser 


    AND one of Sung Bongs Choi's songs on my show today, finally!!


    Choi Sung Bong was born in Seoul and abandoned in an orphanage at the age of 3. He ran away from the institution two years later because he was ill-treated and beaten by the staff. He took a bus to Dae-Jeon and for 10 years he lived as a “street kid’ among criminals and drug addicts in the red light district, sleeping on stairwells and in public washrooms. He said that he survived by scraping a living by selling chewing gum and energy drinks on the street and in a nightclub.


    While living on the street he was kidnapped by mobsters. He escaped, but he had to return to street life because he had nowhere else to go. Choi was inspired to pursue a career in music when he was 14 years old, after listening to a classical vocalist at the nightclub where he sold chewing gum. He later said that he was particularly fascinated by the sincerity of the vocalist in contrast to the usual type of music heard at the club and tried to find a way to learn music himself by research in an internet cafe. He was refused many times by the music teachers he approached. He later found a teacher, Park Jung-So who, after visiting the place where Choi lived (a worn couch in the night school), agreed to teach him without charge and helped him get into an arts high school at age 16.


     

  • 00:56

    LUCKY LUCIANO-Christian Cipollini

    in Entertainment

    Charles Lucky Luciano is one of the most researched, discussed and dissected American mobsters of all time. His name has become synonymous with NY City's high drama gangland days of prohibition bootlegging, the information of the infamous five families, and controversy over his alleged Last Testament. However, there exists many fascinating and lurid tales and theories regarding Lucky's rise and fall from the mobs top spot. Some of these stories are known, but still incited debate, such as the origins of his nickname and menacing facial scars. Other legends are not so well known to the general public
    With information culled from rare news articles, government documents and numerous books written on the subject, this book will give readers a chance to discover Luciano in a way that engages the mystery of his pop culture status, while encouraging further debate over the facts that fallacies that exist about his true role in the history of the American mafia structure. LUCKY LUCIANO-Mysterious Tales of a Gangster Legend-Christian Cipollini

  • 00:31

    Frank's World, the Frank Cullotta Show

    in Current Events

    Frank's World features guests that include former mobsters and lawmen, entertainers and businessmen and women. Tonight Frank welcomes Mob author and historian Denny Griffin.

  • 00:31

    Frank's World, The Frank Cullotta Show

    in Current Events

    Frank's World features guests that include former mobsters and lawmen, entertainers and businessmen and women. Tonight Frank welcomes Lisa Schinelli and Georgia Durante.


    Lisa was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1959. Starting at age 15 she worked at her mother’s well-known costume store, The Doll Factory. In 1986 Lisa married assistant movie director Theodore Masuk and moved to Southern California. Theodore’s died in 1994. In 2004 she became a Classic Car Dealer and began selling her Classics to the movie industry. In 2006, she met and became engaged to former New York mobster Henry Hill. With Henry, Lisa traveled around the country doing Mob events and movie premiers, and was on the TV series Mob Ladies.


    Georgia was born in Rochester, New York in 1950. At the age of twelve she began her national modeling career. At seventeen, she became the "Kodak Girl," immortalized with her life-size image displayed in more than 80,000 retail stores throughout the world.


    Following a marriage that produced a daughter and ended in failure, Georgia met and married Joe Lamandola, a seemingly successful businessman. However, Joe wasn’t what he appeared to be. In reality, he was an abuser with ties to organized crime.


    Georgia is also the author of the best-selling book, The Company She Keeps. It tells the story of her life as a victim and how she overcame it. The Company She Keeps has been recognized by domestic violence prevention and recovery groups, for the inspiration and motivation it provides abused women who are looking to reclaim and rebuild their lives. She has appeared on the TV show I Married A Mobster.

  • 00:45

    DDIJ Presents....The Jersey Craft Beer Revolution!!! NJ Beer is #1!

    in Fun

    Join us live Saturday Night July 5th as we let everyone else know why NJ Craft Beer is the best in the country! We are not just Guidos and Mobsters we also make really fucking good beer! We will have the best Craft beers on the show and highlight why there better than your states crappy beer. We also have 2 awesome Jersey Bars as guests on the show Tavern on the Lake in Hightstown NJ and The Pattenburg House in Asbury NJ. We will also have some crazy drunk "Antics" that the Blog Talk Radio Brass knows and loves...So grab some beers and tune in and Drink On!

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