Lunch with the History People has a really good speaker with a really good story this thursday. Judge John DeSanto, former St. Louis County Attorney, presents “The Glensheen Murders: Over 36 Years of Mystery & Intrigue.” He will cover the disturbing details in the Congdon murders.
Suzie Plakson joined me on the morning show for almost a week talking about acting, singing, dreaming and her new venture......writing a book. "The Return Of King Lillian" was more than a book, it was an e-book/audio book. Now, she is reading parts of it online. Making it more exciting because now you can see her facial expressions.
If you haven’t yet read the novel that launched a thousand vibrators, and if you prefer your books with the pages already stuck together, here’s your chance. Three industrious housewives are selling their thrice used copy of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ on eBay.
Ah, New York City. The sights and smells are like nowhere on earth. Where else can you see the Statue of Liberty and take in the aroma of hot dogs? Or fish? Or, um, sewers?
Showcasing the Big Apple in all its olfactory glory is the goal of a new scratch-and-sniff book called ‘New York, Phew York,’ illustrated by artist Tim Probert and inspired by author Amber Jones’ experiences in the city.
Who loves ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’? Two-year-old Dalton does. A lot.
Dalton’s aunt (who might be the best aunt ever) captured the littlest storyteller reciting his favorite fable, and the real magic doesn’t happen in the story — it happens in the resulting video.
One need not be a fan of Black Sabbath, "The Prince Of Darkness", or even a "metalhead, to enjoy this book. Maybe all you know about Ozzy is his TV show The Osbournes . No worries, he'll win you over..Ozzy's a hard guy not to like..
I've loved the Stones since day one. While others kids were "gaga" over the Beatles, I went the other way with the Stones. I loved the "coolness" of the Stones... a smile every now and then, maybe, but that's it..