April 19th, 2014
Today we wondered what life would be like on a "Goldilocks" planet. Then Dr. Thomas Minahan discussed how this daughter's medical condition changed his mind about medical marijuana. Also, you will learn which credit cards are the best for spring and summer travel. Finally, find out what Record Store Day is all about when The Friends speak with one of the day's founders.
April 18th, 2014
Another day of fast car fun. Hear what a rep from Chevy has to say about the new Corvette. Are you even qualified to drive one? Plus, our Tech guy, Jeremy Anticouni introduces us to a new push by Facebook that might make you, and your friends, uncomfortable. And what should you ask you ask your doctor when there's a 5 percent chance his diagnosis is WRONG?
April 17th, 2014
This week, Ford's Mustang turns 50. You need to hear the stories the Mustang guy told the friends. Plus the "Survival Doctor" explains how to survive spring by using honey for cuts and scrapes, and how to put salt water up your nose. And some local volunteers make the day extra special for some needy kids who were completely surprised.
April 16th, 2014
On this program the crew asked a former Senior Deputy District Attorney whether the GPS parole board's tracking system is broken. Plus Phil wanted to know "for a friend" what to do next if the IRS kicks your tax return back. Is this a case of stolen identity? We hope "Phil's firend" is going to be OK. And, what to do if your pooch is fat!
April 16th, 2014
Another rousing show featuring the rising number of employers who like flex-jobs for employees, a local effort to help Veterans get jobs, and if beef prices keep moving higher, the show might have to go vegetarian.
April 11th, 2014
Mark this date in history...our first celebrity guest, Montel Williams visited to talk about a big even nationwide to benefit Multiple Sclerosis research. A grief counselor explained the process of helping school kids make it through a tragic event (like the Humbolt State charter bus crash). Leading into the last weekend before taxes are due, we received tax tips...among them, "Watch the Masters." And Dave Crenshaw extolled the virtues of procrastination.
April 10th, 2014
Today we learned that we are helpless to the so-called HeartBleed bug that makes it possible for hackers to steel "everything" from your computer. But, our teh guy has some tips on how to progress, safely and securely. Journalist and author, Hal Markovitz extolls the virtues of bull fighting and explains why we love blood sports. Jay introduces us to a young lady with an interesting enterprise intended to help her buy a prom dress, but it might get her deported. Chris reveals research that concludes Jesus Christ had one of these. The IRS is paying our BILLIONS to crooks. ET is in the landfill, and who should get the engagement ring when you break up?
April 10th, 2014
On this episode, people of Santa Barbara stand up to sick cruise passengers, the Pittsburgh-area high school student whose heroism (and his hospital room selfie) will have the young ladies lining up for a prom date, Orange County Taco War, NASA's Flying Saucer, your favorite comic book character is about to die, and it's never too soon (ironically) to plan for funeral arrangements.