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Back To School: Keeping Kids Safe Online

As many students praepare to head back to class, parents are concerned about their child’s safety online. Today on Chat With Women, the hosts Pam & Rochelle explored this topic with me in depth. It’s a big issue for parents and educators, and the risks are very real. Among the topics covered: cyber-bullying, online safety, how to monitor your child’s …

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Storm Warning

As we watch now-hurricane Isaac approach the Gulf coast and New Orleans, we cannot help but send our thoughts and prayers to residents who, for the second time in exactly seven years, must endure this trauma.  As a Florida resident I’ve been through quite a few hurricanes, some of them massive.  Tornadoes and earthquakes may happen without warning, but the …

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Remembering Marvin Hamlisch

If music were a sport, Marvin Hamlisch would be an All-Star and an MVP. Marvin was without a doubt one of the most successful and sought after composers in the Hollywood film and Broadway community. Just look at the stats on this guy.  Three Oscars, Four Emmys, and one of the very few who have won an Oscar, an Emmy, …

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Remembering Andy Griffith

Sadly, we’ve lost another of our entertainment icons. Actor Andy Griffith, whom we watched as down-home Sheriff Andy Taylor in the make-believe town of Mayberry, has died at the age of 86. Strangely, Andy left us as we approach a holiday filled with all that is Americana.  And that was Andy, both in character, and in real life. You either …

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Chat With Women Hosts on TV!

You enjoy Chat With Women weekdays at noon on KIXI Radio.  Recently show hosts Pam and Rochelle did the TV thing on “New Day Northwest”, chatting about the smokin’ hot reading sensation “Fifty Shades of Grey”.  Check out the video!

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Remembering Donna Summer

Sadly, we’ve lost another member of our musical royalty.  Donna Summer lost her battle with cancer and died today at 63. Make all the jokes you want to about the Disco era of the mid to late 70’s, but, for better and for worse, it was a time like no other. And Donna Summer was the undisputed Queen of Disco.  …

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“I Can’t Read ’97,” second track from new David Bowie digital rarities EP, released today

ParlophoneThe second installment of a six-song digital EP of rare David Bowie recordings called David Bowie Is It Any Wonder? was released today via streaming services. The EP is being issued one track each week through February 14.  Today’s track,  “I Can’t Read ’97,” is a previously unreleased version of a tune that originally appeared on the 1989 self-titled debut …

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Men at Work’s Colin Hay offering meet-and-greets on his solo tour to benefit Australian bushfire relief

Credit: Sebastian SmithMen at Work‘s Colin Hay recently announced dates for a major 2020 U.S. solo tour, and now the singer/songwriter has revealed plans for a charitable aspect to the trek to help raise funds for brushfire relief in his former Australian homeland. For fans purchasing tickets to his forthcoming shows, Hay is offering a VIP upgrade that will include …

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New book series turns songs by The Beach Boys and Fleetwood Mac into children’s stories

Akashic BooksA new series of illustrated children’s books called LyricPop that are based on the lyrics to select popular songs will launch on June 2. The first installment of the series will feature four books, based on The Beach Boys‘ “Good Vibrations,” Fleetwood Mac‘s “Don’t Stop,” Twisted Sister‘s “We’re Not Gonna Take It” and late reggae star Peter Tosh‘s “African.” …

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Watch official trailer for The Band doc ‘Once Were Brothers,’ opening in select theaters in February

Photo: © Elliott Landy 1969/Magnolia PicturesAn official trailer for the new documentary Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band has debuted online. The two-and-a-half-minute preview features brief interview snippets with Robertson, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, The Last Waltz director Martin Scorsese and others while highlighting some key moments in the history of the influential Americana group. In one segment, …

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