THE TROUBLE BEGINS…NOW! On John’s show you won’t hear all callers in agreement with the host all the time…you won’t hear the same myopic themes beaten to death day after day…you won’t hear the same newsmakers saying the same old thing. Instead, you’ll hear guests with something new and compelling to offer. And, of course, if there’s a big story (war, politics, culture, entertainment, immigration, religion – things people care about), John will be all over it and he won’t back down. Dissent is encouraged…all opinions are on the table.
Lourdes Ubieta conversa sobre los temas del momento. La diversidad como periodista de Lourdes hacen que de lunes a viernes de 1 a 3 PM, los oyentes estén completamente informados y entretenidos. Lourdes habla sobre lo que ocurre en nuestros países de origen, así como lo que pasa en nuestra ciudad.
Inspirulina es la plataforma con el contenido más inspirador para vivir a plenitud. Conducido por Eli Bravo, Inspirulina ofrece información práctica y relevante para una comunidad en búsqueda de una mejor calidad de vida.
With over 30 years in broadcasting as a news anchor, sports anchor, weather person, feature reporter, talk show host, investigative reporter, documentarian and commentator in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Diego, Larry Mendte has become a staple in media. He was not only the first host of Access Hollywood, but he later wrote and directed "Alex Scott: A Stand for Hope," a documentary that won the national Sigma Delta Chi Award, two Edward R. Murrow Awards, 11 Film Festivals, 12 Emmys and is on permanent exhibit at the Paley Center. The documentary led to an annual telethon that has raised over 15 million dollars for pediatric cancer research. Mendte was responsible for changing two state laws in Illinois after a series of reports on school bus safety and it was his series of commentaries on 9/11 First Responders that helped pass the Zadroga 9/11 First Responders health and compensation bill.
Born and raised on Long Island New York, Stu earned his title “The Source” for his accuracy and unmatched expertise. Since 1982, Stu Feiner has been a national force and household name in the world of Professional Sports Gambling. While others have tried, no handicappers see the success rate or win percentages that are a result of Stu’s dedication and experience handling millions and millions of dollars. Other handicappers owe their existence to Stu, who not only defined what handicapping is but also continued to change the game and set the playing-field into the digital age.
Mark is the host of “The Mark Reardon Show” and “Total Information PM” on KMOX from 2 – 5 p.m. every week day. A Chicago native, he moved to St. Louis in 1979 and quickly became a Cardinals fan for life after the 1982 World Series. Mark started in radio when he was just 15 years old, and his answer to the most important question in St. Louis is: Parkway West, class of 1983. After graduating from the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Mark spent the following 10 years in radio and TV in Columbia, Missouri.
As a music personality in New York for many years and host of her own national radio show, "Above and Beyond" on Sirius Satellite Radio, Laura Smith is passionate about all the things New York and all things radio! Now, Laura hosts “Living Better with Laura Smith”, an hour of lively discussion, “how to”, and various topics that will improve and impact the lives of our loyal listeners!
A co-host of Religion on the Line since its beginning in 1982, Rabbi Joseph Potasnik is noted for his passion, his warmth and his humor. A popular guest and commentator on local and national radio and television programs, he couples enthusiasm for social issues with the wise insights of the Jewish tradition. He carries these unique skills over to his work at Congregation Mount Sinai in Brooklyn Heights, NY; to his role as Executive Vice President of the New York Board of Rabbis; and to his chaplaincy of the New York City Fire Department.
Dr. Calapai is Board Certified in Family Medicine Board Certified in Anti Aging Medicine Board Certified in Chelation Therapy Dr Calapai's approach is a comprehensive in nature, evaluating all of the causes of illness, and taking into consideration a full understanding of each patient. The more we comprehend, the more able we are to accurately diagnose and treat disease. Education is an essential part of the doctor patient relationship, and he strives to teach as much as possible so that they can come away with considerably more information than ever before. Whether in office or on the radio, the goal is to make even complex things easier to understand. In so many cases there are far more causes of illness than meets the eye. As we evaluate all causes we can attain far greater results.
Noam’s love for radio began years ago, as a young boy in Trenton, New Jersey, when he would sneak his clock radio under the covers and listen to late night talk radio stars Sally Jesse Raphael, Irv Homer and Bernard Meltzer. Geeky perhaps, but a premonition for what was in store for him.