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Candy Spelling joins host Robin Milling to discuss her new memoir, 'Candy At Last,' an insightful look at her life living without her soulmate of 38 years, Aaron Spelling; and reflecting on the beautiful memories they shared together with the rich and famous, while having to move forward. She reveals the role reversal of having to take care of him in the end as he suffered from Alzheimer's.
Candy candidly discusses why her relationship with her TV reality star daughter Tori is constantly tabloid fodder. She tells Robin, 'She's bigger than life and she's my child and sometimes people will have nasty things to say about her. They think they're talking about some notorious reality star and I have to remind them, 'you know that's my little girl you're talking about.'
She also talks about where all the memorabilia has gone to after selling The Manor and what was the most difficult to give up. Through therapy Candy has discovered how to move on, becoming a Broadway show producer plus there's another book in the works featuring her husband's love letters, poems and songs he romantically wrote for her.
DR. RICHARD GENTRY, THE NATIONALLY ACCLAIMED LITERACY EXPERT AND AUTHOR OF ZANER-BLOSER'S SPELLING CONNECTIONS IS OUR GUEST. DOES SPELING MATTER? YES IT DOES. THAT'S BECAUSE , SPELLING HAS 2 'L's AND WHEN IT ISN'T SPELLED CORRECTLY, I LOOK PRETTY STUPID. A TERRIFIC SHOW FOR EVERY EDUCATER. SEE, I TOLD YA IT MATTERS!
"April Madness" has given way to the end of days and a full blown, honest to gosh zombie apocalypse!!! But why should John, Mike and Jim let that stop them from airing their popular annual Wonder Show Spelling Bee?? Tune in to hear just how horrifically wrong it can go!
If Charlie can afford to get married without a prenup, why can't Tori Spelling afford to get divorced? Divorce attorneys Chris Lombardo and Rebecca Zung discuss the financial aspects of divorce and its long term impact in an entertaining and humorous way.
THE WHISTLER - 1942 / 1955
The Whistler was a radio mystery anthology that debuted on CBS Radio on May 16, 1942. The show was heard only on the West Coast and had Signal Oil as the main sponsor. The show centered on a character called "The Whistler," the mysterious narrator of various murder stories.
The role was given to popular radio announcer Bill Forman, although there were occasions where the other personalities like Marvin Miller, Bill Johnstone, Gale Gordon, Everett Clarke, and Joseph Kearns took over. Despite the show being broadcast on the West Coast only, The Whistler was able to become one of the most popular and longest-running crime mystery dramas. It ended on September 22, 1955.
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Ah Tori Spelling & her supposed marriage, oh the joys of being a public figure. We discuss on what is going on with pop culture today, and its unfortunate negative/hateful underbelly that is not often discussed.
Most people would salivate and rush towards being in the spotlight no matter the cost, but oftentimes the cost is far too much for even the average person, and we discuss all that and more on today's show with you, so join in!
The Reasons to Believe #44
Our Reasons to Believe Scripture passage for today is 1 Thessalonians 5:20-22. It reads, "Despise not prophesyings. Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Abstain from all appearance of evil."
Our Reasons to Believe quote for today is from John Lennox. He said, "We have only to see a few letters of the alphabet spelling our name in the sand to recognize at once the work of an intelligent agent. How much more likely, then is the existence of an intelligent Creator behind human DNA, the colossal biological database that contains no fewer than 3.5 billion "letters" - the longest "word" yet discovered?"
Our Reason to Believe powerpoint today is titled "The Argument from Efficient Causality for the Existence of God" (part 3) from "The Handbook of Christian Apologetics" by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli:
Why not have an endless series of caused causes stretching backward into the past? Then everything would be made actual and would actually be --- even though their causes might no longer exist.
First, if the kalam argument is right, there could not exist an endless series of causes stretching backward into the past. But suppose that such a series could exist. The argument is not concerned about the past, and would work whether the past is finite or infinite. It is concerned with what exists right now.
Even as you read this, you are dependent on other things; you could not, right now exist without them. Suppose there are seven such things. If these seven things did not exist, neither would you. Now suppose that all seven of them depend for their existence right now on still other things. Without these, the seven you now depend on would not exist --- and neither would you...
This week on That's What He Said, Lou and Freddy take another look into the strange life of Shia LaBeouf, give us an update on the Fantastic Four movie, tell us how Seth Rogan has pissed off the North Korean government, and have some news on the next Predator film. Plus, Freddy has a review of Disney's new "Girl Meets World" series, they've got some news from the set of Star Wars Episode VIII, and we explain how a news SNAFU accidentally outed the Apple CEO. We've also got news on the Occulus Rift, Facebook and more. Check us out live Sunday at 8pm and give us a call at 323-693-3811 and don't forget to visit http://www.twhsmedia.com! And, no, there aren't any spelling errors!
Mary E. and Diane B., welcome Shona Bolden of Crown Point Indiana and she will be talking Hulafrog. Hulafrog is all about helping parents network with the fun things to do in their community with their kids. We will also feature some local musicians some of The Lawrence Peters Outfit - Chicago, as Paul Smith - Milwaukee, Michelle Qureshi and Carey Germana - Indianapolis.
Shona (pronounced Shawna) Bolden is a resident of Crown Point area and the St. John Township. she has lived in NWI for roughly 5 years. Happily married mother of 2 toddler girls and have another lil one on the way. Shona was a part of the media advertising industry for 12 years. Formerly at a company in the Chicago called Centro. After the birth of her second daughter, she left my BIG CORPORATE job in the city to stay at home with the girls. About a year later, she found out about Hulafrog. Anxious to keep her foot in the door yet still be with her kiddos, she jumped at the opportunity. She is also the chairperson for the NWI Buddy Walk. Its an annual fundraiser for the Down Syndrome Association of Northwest IN. The next walk will be Oct. 5th at the Lake County Fairgrounds.
Along with a new recipe to share, we will be talking about some of the newest wonderful things to do in and around the 80/94 corridor. From Chicagoland to Indianapolis over to Michiana and down to Kankakee. We gotcha covered!
Drury Lanes' Production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Untitled Chicago - Chicago's Newest Premiere Supper Club
Geja's 49th Anniversary
Great American Lobster Fest
Hosts Patrick Shore and Jodi Livengood will introduce you to George Hersh, the man behind Pheno Brain Training, LLC. Hersh, a successful entrepreneur who has started a number of businesses didn't always find the journey easy, struggling throughout school with reading, spelling and writing. It wasn't until he turned 30 that he would be diagnosed with dyslexia. He overcame the disorder after finding Learning Technics, Inc.
Today you'll find out how his journey is helping others strengthen whatever activity they might find to be most difficult, whether it's math, spelling, focus, reading, etc.
Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.
“It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”
In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.
“It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”
In light of the recent passing of Nelson Mandela, this year’s question asked students to differentiate between heroes and legends.
“I wanted them to give me their definition of what a hero and a legend is and to write about a legend in our world history, why they chose that person and why that person was significant to them personally based on their definition,” says Maureen.
According to Maureen, heroes do something extraordinary in the moment. A legend is somebody who, for good or bad, has changed the course of history.
“By the end of April I will have had a chance to read the essays and I’ll be able to share with the audience the kinds of people the students chose to write about,” says Maureen.
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