Three Junes is a vividly textured symphonic novel set on both sides of the Atlantic during three fateful summers in the lives of a Scottish family. Three Junes "almost threatens to burst with all the life it contains...extraordinary," says Michael Cunningham, author of The Hours.
"Beautiful Narration of a Wonderful Story!"
Finding comedy in everything and everything in comedy. Ron Bennington has been a stand-up comedian and comedy club owner and promoter. He's also been part of two legendary radio shows, the Ron and Ron Radio Network and the Ron and Fez show. All of that experience comes together for Bennington. Three hours of talk entertainment with nationally known comedians.
Howard Phillips Lovecraft has been hailed by literary critics as the inventor of modern horror and a cultivating force behind such modern writers as Robert Bloch, Wes Craven, and Stephen King, just to name a few.
Welcome to the mountains of Pennsylvania, one of the last vestiges of the human race. Lance York, a self-described loser in another life, has rediscovered himself in the midst of the apocalypse. Along with a cadre of other survivors, including the hardened, sexy Cass, Lance has taken refuge in a compound, struggling to survive the onslaught of monstrosities descending upon them each night.
"If you haven't heard all 3 books---"
Today on Opie and Jimmy, we start the show with Jim Florentine in studio, Diddy gets arrested, Pete Rose may have bet on baseball as a player, and we debate the confederate flag. Dennis Falcone stops by, we discuss the prison escape and listen to Tillie's husband on TV, Don Lemon says the n-word, and we talk about Obama on Marc Maron's podcast.
The author of this book, Arthur James Lyon Fremantle, has, perhaps, achieved more renown in recent years than at any time since the publication of his literary efforts. Those familiar with the film Gettysburg will recall the unusual figure of a British Guards officer attired (inaccurately) in his full dress Guardsman's scarlet uniform among the ranks of the Virginians at the famous and pivotal battle.
Today on Bennington, the show talks about this Summer's television hype, we watch a video of a sword chopping off someone's nose, legendary comedian Barry Crimmins drops by for an interview, and Tammy Pescatelli is in studio for an hour to talk about Prince, the 1980s and her new stand-up special.
Invitation to Seduction: Debbie has learned the hard way that she isn't desirable. So when she flirts with a man at The Club, she gets more than she’s ever dreamed, and the game she plays soon turns to obsession for the fire in one man’s touch. Stephen wants far more from Debbie than a few nights of seduction, but can he make her believe in forever?
"Grow Up Ladies"
Today on Opie and Jimmy, we start the show discussing a new Brian Wilson movie, we talk about Roland falling asleep at movies, Tom Papa joins the show, we talk more about music, Dennis Falcone stops by, and we talk more about music.
This week on Car Talk, kids give the "Golden Rule" and a few other maxims an innocent (yet funny) twist. Then it's off to Arizona where Lily's Taurus is making a noise that she hopes will lead her husband to make another noise-- namely, "Let's buy you a new Mustang." But all is not well in Mustang-land for Martin--his is emitting blue smoke, so his wallet may be emitting a large boat payment.
It's the perfect listen for your morning commute! In the time it takes you to get to work, you'll hear a digest of the day's top stories, prepared by the editorial staff of The New York Times. Each edition includes articles from the front page, as well as the paper's international, national, business, sports, and editorial sections.
Anthony trades in his Mustang for a Jaguar, we talk to Kenny, there’s lots of sex crimes at Grand Central Station, Anthony goes to the DMV, we check to see if we’re on our high school’s lists of famous people, we talk about the Commack Motor Inn, Jim makes the news with his MSNBC comments, we go over a list of offensive patents, and the Supreme Court rules on patent trolls.
Today on O&A, Sam hosts the Pre Show, Jonah Hill might be in trouble for what he said to a photographer, we recap the Barry Williams phone call, MSNBC apologizes for their Ann B. Davis coverage, we try to find out why Jonah Hill won’t come on the show, and we talk about Star Wars.
More reaction to whether or not it's cool to batch to old pics. There are rumors of Michelle Obama saying "whitey". Asexual in the City? Fez is back. It's XM Appreciation Week. We have a Red State Update. We discuss Ted Kennedy's surgery. Ron had a dream about an atomic-bomb attack. Changes to the Internet are coming in 2012. We talk about movies that flopped at the box office that have become cult classics. Kurt Cobain's ashes were robbed.
The AstroTwins of Astrostyle.com give you a daily update on what the stars have in store for you. Ophira and Tali Edut, known as The AstroTwins, are identical twin sisters and professional astrologers. They “bring the stars down to earth” with their unique, practical approach to astrology, and their readings, events, retreats and appearances are in high demand.
A conversation with Lloyd Blankfein and Michael Bloomberg about the importance of small businesses to the economy. A conversation with Perri Peltz and Robert De Niro about their new documentary Remembering the Artist, Robert De Niro, Sr. And finally, a conversation about the Boston Startup Spritz, about their speed-reading technology, with co-founders Frank Waldman and Maik Maurer.
"Wider War" by Dexter Filkins; "Poll" by Ian Frazier; "The Disruption Machine" by Jill Lepore; "Liner Notes" by George Saunders; "The Id Girls" by Nick Paumgarten; "The Skeptic" by Sasha Frere-Jones.
Today on O&A, we start the show talking about the storm chasers who die, and the 60 Minutes coverage on artificial limbs. Bob Levy calls in, and Jim discuss rape jokes. Kevin Smith joins us in studio to talk about sex and the recent Michael Douglas comments. We continue in studio with Kevin Smith and we discuss his new web video about how Superman would shave and Amy’s Baking Company. We learn that Bob Kelly had his baby, Bobby the Champ calls in to discuss his invention of “No Homo” and we discuss Roy Hibbert’s comments at a post-game press conference.