Tuesday, June 15, 2010

6/16 - Melissa Joan Hart, Tad Fryer , Aaron Barlow,

Melissa Joan Hart -  “America’s Secret Ingredient”
Memorial Day has come and gone, and now barbeques and picnics are in full swing and the Fourth of July is quickly approaching~making it a challenge to find recipes that are both delicious and healthy and that everyone can enjoy!  And who better than actress and mother of two children Melissa Joan Hart to reveal simple, creative, and healthy ways to make your summertime favorite recipes like chicken wings and raspberry layered bar to grilled fish and blueberry muffins. Melissa will chat about how these recipes can reduce fat and calories in your diet while adding a boost of cancer-fighting antioxidants and vitamin C.  In addition, Melissa will dish about the “America’s Secret Ingredient” contest in which your listeners can submit their apple-themed recipes for an opportunity to win a trip to New York City to attend the “Food Network” New York City Food and Wine Festival in October and meet some of the “Food Network” stars. Also, for every recipe that is submitted, Tree Top will donate $1 to Children’s Miracle Network.   Actress Melissa Joan Hart, who skyrocketed to fame as Clarissa on “Clarissa Explains It All” on “Nickelodeon” from 1990 through 1994, became a household name after starring as Sabrina in the television movie “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” which later became a hugely popular television series of the same name also starring Melissa as Sabrina! Melissa also danced her way into American households and captured their hearts on “Dancing with the Stars”!  Having guest-starred on such television series as “Another World”, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, “The 70’s Show”, “Just Shoot Me!”, “Superman”, “Clueless”, “Boy Meets World”, “Teen Angel”, “The Equalizer”, and “Touched by an Angel”, Melissa has also graced the screen in numerous television movies for the past 24 years!

Tad Fryer  -  VP  Office Manager -  Charles Schwab

As global markets are on an ongoing rollercoaster ride and the economy begins to recover,  we talk about  local Investment Strategist,  financial planning and investing tips to help your listeners better manage their finances and create/update their investing plans and goals so we never get into this economic mess again.

Aaron Barlow  "Quentin Tarantino: Life at the Extremes" 
Quentin Tarantino: Life at the Extremes explores the uses of violence in the films Tarantino has written, directed, and produced. Arguing that extreme violence is central to Tarantino's art, the book helps readers understand its purpose in his films—as metaphor, as movement, and as motivation. For Tarantino, the book explains, violence serves the purposes of film. In each of his movies, he explores the boundaries of taste and audience reaction, using violence and shock to bring questions of responsibility and expectation to the forefront of discussions on cinema.  After introductory chapters placing Tarantino and his films within the broader context of American cinema, author Aaron Barlow focuses on Tarantino's six major directorial efforts. Each film is discussed from its genre starting point and the differing directions the films take are explored, as are the structural elements. In the end, readers will see how Tarantino deliberately pushes film in new directions through old techniques, styles, and even actors, crafting original art from what others have discarded.

Larry Lipson - Live from Costa Rica

Former LA Daily News Food Columnist (50 Years) Larry Lipson is live and direct from his research Institute in Costa Rica. He will talk about wine food and the good life and will have comments and comparisons between his new adventure. He also has recommendations and suggestions to make your dining experience Top Rate.

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