Mark this date in history…our first celebrity guest, Montel Williams visited to talk about a big even nationwide to benefit Multiple Sclerosis research. A grief counselor explained the process of helping school kids make it through a tragic event (like the Humbolt State charter bus crash). Leading into the last weekend before taxes are due, we received tax tips…among them, “Watch the Masters.” And Dave Crenshaw extolled the virtues of procrastination.
Today we learned that we are helpless to the so-called HeartBleed bug that makes it possible for hackers to steel “everything” from your computer. But, our teh guy has some tips on how to progress, safely and securely. Journalist and author, Hal Markovitz extolls the virtues of bull fighting and explains why we love blood sports. Jay introduces us to a young lady with an interesting enterprise intended to help her buy a prom dress, but it might get her deported. Chris reveals research that concludes Jesus Christ had one of these. The IRS is paying our BILLIONS to crooks. ET is in the landfill, and who should get the engagement ring when you break up?
On this episode, people of Santa Barbara stand up to sick cruise passengers, the Pittsburgh-area high school student whose heroism (and his hospital room selfie) will have the young ladies lining up for a prom date, Orange County Taco War, NASA’s Flying Saucer, your favorite comic book character is about to die, and it’s never too soon (ironically) to plan for funeral arrangements.
On today’s show Jennifer revealed new research that should make you pause before you swish that alcohol-based mouthwash. Chris found research that should make meat-lovers feel superior. Jay had trouble concentrating on the show because he was totally engaged with a new video game based on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
On today’s show, KEYT-TV Reporter John Palminteri, “The King of Santa Barbara” checked in with details on the UCSB party phenomenon called “Deltopia” which this year, went very wrong. Jennifer Bjorklund is on assignment with revelations about the Kaufman family who chose to sail around the world with their 1 and 3 year old daughters. Would you do that? Probably not, especially after hearing Jennifer’s description of the trip just before the boat sank! Is it time to get in on the pot rush? Financial expert Peter Leeds advises on marijuana stocks - good or bad? Dr. Laurie Moore has a particular set of skills when it comes to communicating with your pet. You don’t want to miss her advice. Chris Martin handicaps the NCAA Championship and asks should the President be off limits for selfies after what happened with “Big Papi.” And finally, in Jay’s Real Estate Minute (we just made that part up) PETA wants Jeffrey Dahmer’ [...]
A wide variety of interviews on today’s edition. Find out about a credit/debit cards of the future - actually they are here now. Plus what to do when you are blindsided by a cancer diagnosis. And you don’t want to miss Jay Campadonia challenge the woman who started a Fantasy Dating League.
This is the first radio episode featuring Jennifer Bjorklund in studio. Phil Hulett, Jay Campadonia and Chris Martin fill out the room and ask Dr. Michael Z. Kurtz about the three “M’s”, Meningitis, Measles and Mumps - For Senior Vice President of Publishers Clearing House, Darrell Lester reveals the secrets behind the sweepstakes-oriented magazine subscription company - Stephen Garrett, Author of “When Death Speaks - Listen, Learn and Love” explains how we should embrace death in our daily lives.
Today we get another update from Jennifer Bjorklund on the day before she heads back to Southern California - Dr. Michael A. Smith, author of The Supplement Pyramid explains which vitamins and supplements are essential to healthy living - if you have a fear of public speaking, you may be much better off than you thought after you hear our interview with Jill Vanderwood. Plus Chris Martin with the lady who had no idea she was pregnant…with a 9 POUND BABY.
Today we get an update from Jennifer Bjorklund in Oso, Washington on the search for bodies in the mudslide - Los Angeles-area law enforcement are banding together to crack down on texting drivers during Distracted Driving Awareness Month - and a professor of hydration explains how measurements in the Sierra Nevada snow pack tell a grim story about California’s drought - Plus Jay Campadonia and Chris Martin.
As far as we know this is the first podcast to leap to major market radio. If not, we did it in 6 months, and that’s saying something, right? Thank you to KFWB News Talk 980 in Los Angeles for believing in The Friends! On this episode, Jennifer Bjorklund live from the Washington State mudslide - a 5.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Southern California this past weekend so we asked an expert if it’s too soon to buy earthquake insurance - and amazing teenager Henna Hundal.