Marc Germain, 6/30/15

With Dina Losito and Jon DeWoll’s news.

Sticks and Stone, 6/30/15

Smitty & Phil discussed the Supreme Court decision legalizing Gay Marriage Nationwide the straw arguments against it. The NY Prison escapees, Phil’s complete hatred for the Confederate Flag and how whites in the deep south misrepresent its meaning. They took on some local LA sports topics including the “trials” and tribulations of the L.A. Kings and the Smitty and Phil’s beloved Dodgers.

Steven Spierer, 6/27/15

First, Steve tells the unusual story of Sam Brannan from 1840s California and warns how his story can save investors today from losing their shirts. Then, a majority of men, women and children in the United States now struggle with being overweight or obese. Steve talks with Shannon Hammer, author of The Positive Portions Food & Fitness Journal, who lost 100 pounds and has kept it off for 12 years. So far so good.

Marc Germain, 6/25/15

With Dina Losito, SuQuad Dan Crews and Jon DeWoll’s news.

Gordy Tells Justin Comics, 6/24/15

Anaprez Rickwalker

Film Fustians, 6/23/15

Maximilian Mastrangelo, Michael Kirchhoff and Jennifer Miller Saunders… Reviews including the latest from Pixar, INSIDE OUT, LIVE FROM NEW YORK, Adam Sandler in The “It’s a Wonderful Life” throw-back, THE COBLER, and North Carolina Horror Expert and Guru, Thorin Alexander will review 2014’s THE STRANGER. The latest news and the Fustians will celebrate TOP 4 HORRIBLE PERFORMANCES.

Marc Germain, 6/23/15

With Dina Losito, birthday boy Rob Marinko and Jon DeWoll’s news.

Sticks and Stone, 6/23/15

On this week’s Sticks & Stone, Smitty & Phil covered the aftermath of the Charleston, SC shootings. They also discussed the alleged assault of a UCLA Football Strength & Fitness coach by Rapper/Impresario Sean “Diddy” Combs as well as the stage accident and injury that forced Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl to postpone the rest of their tour.

Steven Spierer, 6/20/15

For more than a century, the United States has been the world’s most powerful country, not just militarily, but economically and politically. The widespread international turmoil we see on the nightly news leads some to wonder what the place of our country is in the future of the world and whether we have better or worse days ahead. Steve interviews Professor Joseph S. Nye, author of Is The American Century Over?

Marc Germain, 6/18/15

With Dina Losito, Phil Stone and Jon DeWoll’s news.