A glimpse into a world of sartorial advice for the New Administration, What does Kellyanne eat, WHAT NOT TO WEAR, The Know How Look, The Muslim Ban, Being “Stopped”, Smokes if ya got’em, YAY CANADA, POTUS, The British Petition to Ban Trump and fighting to good fight. Falmouth is the place for Protests, RICH HAIR, The Onion Trolls the Press Secretary and Sean Spicer has tweeted out a password TWICE THIS WEEK. Also: Audiobooks, Bringing the pie and Innocent Hair.
What to Bring, CATS, The Spy Stork™, The Anne Levine Show Special Report: Ham Toss 2013 The Animation, McDonald’s Pink Slime Burger, The Ramen Burger and Anne Shares Her Recipe for Baked Zucchini. Plus: George Zimmerman loses his wife (and maybe his mind), Dead Guys, 9/11 and News From the Dunes™.
Playwright Meryl Cohn (whose current offering, Reasons To Live is cracking audiences up at the Provincetown Theater through October 14), talks writing, relationships and what not to do when you suspect an aneurism. Also: Todd Akin doubles down on an idiotic idea, Octoberfest, Leaf Peepers, calling 911 for your pigeon and Halloween Antics. Plus: Getting flipped off at the Car Dealership, Cracker Barrel “Coffee”, The Bird Report™, News From the Dunes™ and much more!
Songs include: Autumn Leaves
Tune in for two spectacular interviews tonight: One with Gustavo Bonevardi, New York City resident, artist, architect and one of the designers of the annual 9/11 Tribute In Lights at Ground Zero. Also with us, Jesse Kornbluth, former Editorial Director of AOL, is a New York-based journalist and editor of THE cultural concierge service, HeadButler.com. As a journalist, he has been a contributing editor for Vanity Fair and New York, and a contributor to The New Yorker, The New York Times, etc. He has authored several books including Highly Confident: The Crime and Punishment of Michael Milken; Airborne: The Triumph and Struggle of Michael Jordan; and Pre-Pop Warhol.
Songs include: Dirty Water and Serve You
Glenn Beck, Dr. Laura, John Stewart and Charlton Heston join Anne to discuss events of the past week including using the “N” word, the so-called “Mosque” near Ground Zero, 10 year old muggers, horse punching and whacked out guys in Banana suits brandishing various things. Plus, Bill O’Reilly’s crush on Justin Bieber, Greg Gutfeld’s gay bar proposal and a really round bottom.
Songs include: We’ve Got to Stop the Mosque at Ground Zero and Haiti.
Anne and Michael discuss the recent Purim celebration (including how the Rabbi dressed up for it) and how Lady GaGa joined the festivities. Also, we go over our opinions on the Vancouver Olympics and the potentially fatal nature of winter sports. Plus, Harry Potter stands up for gay teens, hanging out with incomprehensible friends, another of the many reasons to avoid Alabama, things made in China, watching scary movies for $10,000, what’s up with the Oscars, animals and glorified swimming pools and the weirdness that is Bindi. Included is a news story on how the 911 system killed a guy.
Songs included: Pata Pata, Bad Romance and Jai Ho.