Marc Germain, 10/8/15

With Dina Losito and Jon DeWoll’s news.

Film Fustians, 10/6/15

Maximilian A. Mastrangelo and Jennifer M. Saunders. Reviews including Ridley Scott’s THE MARTIAN and Robert Zemeckis’s THE WALK. In honor of the up coming Halloween festivities, Maximilian A. Mastrangelo will take us back to 1973 with William Friedkin’s THE EXORCIST. A new episode of Masterpiece Theater, a special review from Thorin Alexander and Fountain of, and each Fustian will discuss his TOP 6 SELECTIONS FOR THEIR MOST EAGERLY AWAITED FILMS OF THE AWARDS SEASON (Now until December 31st).

Marc Germain, 10/6/15

With Dina Losito and Sharon ‘The Gossip Mom’.

Steven Spierer, 10/3/15

Alexander Hamilton appears, for now, on the ten dollar bill.Many Americans do not know much more than that about him and that’s a shame because the America in which we live today would not be anything like it is, but for Alexander Hamilton. Steve interviews Michael E. Newton, author of Alexander Hamilton, The Formative Years.

Marc Germain, 10/1/15

With Dina Losito and Jon DeWoll’s news.

Film Fustians, 9/29/15

Maximilian A. Mastrangelo and Jennifer M. Saunders celebrate the release of HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2 with a 2 hour retrospective on the works of comedian Adam Sandler. Yes, Max will repeat his impression of Dracula Sandler.

Marc Germain, 9/29/15

With Dina Losito and Jon ‘K-Stone’ DeWoll’s news.

Sticks & Stone, 9/29/15

Smitty & Phil have their weekly review and preview of NFL & Dodgers. Plus, Phil rails on “The Cult of Sabermetrics” and how these people are ruining baseball for long time fans and Smitty hails the accomplishments and musical talents of the late great Wilton Felder of The Crusaders who passed away last week (at 1:08:25).

Steven Spierer, 9/26/15

Because a lot of people work with or own assets with their families, Steve starts out by telling a few stories about families that ended up in unnecessary litigation with one another, and then tells a few more about families that profited greatly from working together. Then, this week an autistic child in the audience at “The King and I” at Lincoln Center in New York City disrupted the show. Some in the audience had one reaction, an actor had another, and Steve has some thoughts on all of it. Finally, Steve retells a cautionary tale for today’s investors based on what happened to a lot of people in the 1840s.

Marc Germain, 9/24/15

Jon and Dina fill in for Marc.