Despite Wikipedia rumors to the contrary, comedian/actor/entertainer Sinbad is not dead. In fact, he was in studio with David Sirota on AM760 to talk about Hollywood, race relations and the 1980s. Listen here:
Sirota talked to GQ food writer Alan Richman about his latest piece entitled “Eat No Evil” in which Richman attempts to eat ethically – and finds himself in a labyrinth of contradiction. Listen to the AM760 discussion here:
Rob Riggle was both The Daily Show’s senior military correspondent and a Marine reservist. During an in-studio AM760 interview, Sirota talked to the comedian about what it was like to “cover” the Pentagon for the acclaimed comedy show while simultaneously serving in the armed forces. Listen to the discussion here:
In an hour-long AM760 interview, Sirota talked to Dr. Vincent Harding, a close friend and adviser to the late Dr. Martin Luther King. Harding, who is now runs the Veterans of Hope Project at the Iliff School of Theology, was the man who helped write Dr. King’s most controversial oration – the Riverside Church speech of 1967. Listen to the interview here:
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- Chris Christie Backed Law That Lets Him Divert ExxonMobil Settlement From Environmental Cleanup February 28, 2015
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