"Rock Talk"
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Allan Handleman

The Allan Handelman Show
For October 26, 2014

The Allan Handelman Show deals with all issues relevant to the Rock Culture, not just music. Rock Stars, newsmakers, pop culture icons and always the most amazing people in the world. Hear all sides of the story and listen to a variety of media. Then, make up your own mind. It's the Talk Show for people who don't even listen to talk shows.

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Attention online listeners:

  • **PLEASE NOTE: Allan's WSJS weekday show (Mon-Fri 3-6 PM) and the weekend syndicated show (Rock Talk) are two separate and very different shows. Both shows can now be heard on WSJS.COM. For now, the Sunday show also airs on WSJS 3-6 PM (ET).
     
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Among the guests and topics on this week's show:

  • Pat DiCesare: Hard Days Hard Nights: From the Beatles to the Doors to the Stones... Insider Stories From a Legendary Concert Promoter. The sex, drugs and rock n roll backstage through the eyes of a major Rock Promoter. ConcertPat.com

  • Dr. Katherine Albrecht: An internationally known privacy researcher, consumer advocate, bestselling author, and nationally syndicated radio host. She is also is a senior executive with the private search engines StartPage and Ixquick, and is on the team developing the upcoming encrypted email program StartMail, to make encryption available for regular people.

  • Yitta Halberstam: SMALL MIRACLES FROM BEYOND: Dreams, Visions & Signs that Link Us to the Other Side. Is death the end, or is there actually an “Other Side”? How much of our lives on Earth- our memories, our knowledge, and, above all, our relationships with friends and family - stays with us after death?

  • Jack Shepherd: 67 REASONS WHY CATS ARE BETTER THAN DOGS. Most People Think That It’s Still An Open Question, But Indisputable “Evidence” Clearly Shows That Cats Have The Edge. BuzzFeed Editorial Director Jack Shepherd Establishes This With Definitive Proof In.

  • Cynthia L. Copeland: REALLY IMPORTANT STUFF MY DOG HAS TAUGHT ME. A collection of the timeless lessons we can learn from man’s best friend. It includes reminders to greet every morning with enthusiasm, to love completely and forgive easily, and to enjoy the ride - even if the destination is the dump, not the dog park.


Click to view on Amazon.comPat DiCesare: His book, Hard Days Hard Nights: From the Beatles to the Doors to the Stones... Insider Stories From a Legendary Concert Promoter. The sex, drugs and rock n roll backstage through the eyes of a major Rock Promoter. The nook is filled with fascinating, behind-the-scenes story of the birth and development of modern rock concerts.

Just about every major rock act from the Rolling Stones to Led Zeppelin to Bruce Springsteen passed through Pittsburgh during these years to perform in concerts produced and promoted by Pat DiCesare. Great backstage tales and the untold stories.

He promoted every major concert act in the business in the last half of the 20th century including the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Janis Joplin, Chicago, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, Simon and Garfunkel and on and on.

Pat DiCesare is a concert promoter whose career began in the mid fifties at the beginning of the rock and roll era. His Pittsburgh company called DiCesare Engler Productions was among the top grossing concert productions companies in the country. He began his career in the music business as a teenager forming a Doo Wop singing group called The Penn Boys with friends in his hometown of Trafford, PA in 1957 and wrote and produced the group’s first record called Gonna Have a Party. That same year he wrote two songs, I’m Spinning and You Say You Love Me, which were recorded by The Del Vikings after their two gold record singles Come Go With Me and whispering Bells. In 1958 he started his own record company called Bobby Records which was named after his first recording artist Bobby Vinton from nearby Cannonsburg, PA.

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Click to view on Amazon.comDr. Katherine Albrecht is an internationally known privacy researcher, consumer advocate, bestselling author, and nationally syndicated radio host. She is also is a senior executive with the private search engines StartPage and Ixquick, and is on the team developing the upcoming encrypted email program StartMail, to make encryption available for regular people. Katherine holds a Doctorate in Human Development and Consumer Education from Harvard University, has studied at the MIT Media lab, and received a Masters from Harvard in Technology, Innovation, and Education.

Katherine has authored pro-privacy legislation, testified before the Federal Trade Commission and numerous state legislatures, and was appointed as a consumer technology expert by NH Governor John Lynch. She co-authored the bestseller Spychips, has granted over 2,000 media interviews with news outlets around the globe, including CBS, NBC, CNN, NPR, Fox News, Good Morning America, the BBC, Wired Magazine, The New York Times, and hundreds more. Katherine is currently serving as the Associate Editor of the IEEE Technology & Society Magazine, and she heads the 18,000 member consumer privacy organization, CASPIAN. She is currently working on a children's book about the Book of Revelation slated for release this Christmas.

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Spychips.com
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NoCards.org


Click to view on Amazon.comIs death the end, or is there actually an “Other Side”? How much of our lives on Earth- our memories, our knowledge, and, above all, our relationships with friends and family - stays withus after death? SMALL MIRACLES FROM BEYOND-the latest installment in the BESTSELLING SMALL MIRACLES SERIES, offers more than 50 extraordinary true stories that provide undeniable proof for the existence of life after death!!            

SMALL MIRACLES FROM BEYOND by co-authors Judith Leventhal and Yitta Halberstam is a departure from the series’ usual focus on life’s amazing coincidences. SMALL MIRACLES FROM BEYOND reveals that our connection with those we love most is eternal, enduring even after they have passed to the Other Side.

From a deceased daughter’s message in a crossword puzzle letting her mother know she is ok to a late father warning his daughter in a dream of a forthcoming danger, these touching short stories confirm that the bonds we forge with loved ones never really end.

 Those who pass are always with us, looking out for us in times of need. Through the inspiring stories of ordinary people, SMALL MIRACLES FROM BEYOND will provide solace and evidence of an afterlife for those who have lost significant others or who are battling illness.

YITTA HALBERSTAM is descended from a long line of Hasidic mystics and rabbis who were famous for their spiritual teachings. She is an established author and speaker on Jewish spirituality and has appeared in such mainstream magazines as New York, Parade, and Seventeen, as well as in more than 50 Anglo-Jewish publications, including AMI magazine (an Orthodox Jewish weekly).


Click to view on Amazon.comIt's an age-old battle: cat vs. dog. Now, National Geographic and BuzzFeed's Jack Shepherd team up to settle the dispute once and for all in the forthcoming book, titled 67 Reasons Why Cats Are Better Than Dogs. Offering nearly incontrovertible evidence of felines’ preeminence over canines and documenting cats’ superior abilities in such areas as artistry, athleticism, and intellect, Shepherd provides compelling insight into the fight for pet dominance. Shepherd, who created BuzzFeed’s Animals section and is affectionately known as BuzzFeed’s “Beastmaster,” developed the book based on a popular post from the site.

In his introduction, Shepherd writes, “Ever since the first time some hunter-gatherer took a mangy wolfhound onto his hearth and found that he was able to tolerate the fleas and the dog breath . . . there has been a truly unfortunate misconception that dogs are perfect, and that cats are, like, ‘too aloof’ or whatever. Well! This book clears that up.”

67 Reasons Why Cats Are Better Than Dogs will resonate with anyone who enjoys BuzzFeed’s endearing and hilarious pet photos, and especially cat lovers who appreciate the unique appeal of felines and their myriad talents.

SHEPHERD is the editorial director at BuzzFeed. He joined BuzzFeed in 2008 and launched the site’s Animals section in 2012.


Click to view on Amazon.comCynthia L. Copeland: REALLY IMPORTANT STUFF MY DOG HAS TAUGHT ME

Inspiring and heartwarming, REALLY IMPORTANT STUFF MY DOG HAS TAUGHT ME is a collection of the timeless lessons we can learn from man’s best friend. It includes reminders to greet every morning with enthusiasm, to love completely and forgive easily, and to enjoy the ride - even if the destination is the dump, not the dog park. Whether it’s a therapy dog exemplifying a life of service to others, a senior dog celebrating her inner puppy, or a mutt reveling in his uniqueness, every dog has wisdom to impart. Remarkable photos capture dogs at work and at play, eating with gusto, protecting young charges, mourning lost friends, and celebrating ordinary moments.

Cynthia Copeland is the author of more than 25 books, including The Diaper Diaries and Really Important Stuff My Kids Have Taught Me. Her work has been featured on Good Morning America, selected for Oprah’s “O List,” and recommended by Ann Landers. She currently volunteers as a dog foster parent, taking pups from overcrowded shelters until permanent homes can be found. She lives in Keene, New Hampshire.


 

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