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1/13/15 Music, creativity and out-of-the-box thinking in dealing with crisis.

In-studio guests include:

(1) Rebecca (Becky) Kuehl and Chris Funke, comprising "Duo Essence."

(2) Liz Muller of Pipe Dream Theatre and "Wine Lovers - The Musical."

 

Co-hosts: Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Kelly Sisco (and Kyle Boiko)

Call-in guests:

Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author.

(A) Below is a youtube audioclip of the show (with video at around ___________________)
 
(B) Below is the embed link for the audioclip of the show (with video at around _______________) that is used in (C)
 
(C) Below is the video/audio based on the embed link shown in (C)
(D) Below is audioclip of entire show:
12/9/14 Organizations and creativity The focus of the show was on how important organizations can be in bringing people together (e.g. Broxville Women's Club) and how creativity, music in particular, can be a major stress buster. Below is a summary of the show as posted to the Description section of the youtube videoclip for the show (that is linked to the right)
Email about this show and future shows:

1/11/15

Hi Everyone: (This email is faster to read than it looks)
Re: Crisis Help Radio Show
Tom - Please forward this to Cathy O'Brien and let me know her email.
Kelly and Kyle - Please forward this to Ricky and let me know her email.
Re Chuck - I am in the process of getting his email to send this to him too.
Sal - Can you come on the show on 1/13/15 or call in?

Prior show on 12/9/14 -

Regarding last month’s Crisis Help Radio Show on 12/9/14, thanks to all of you who participated, including our guests (in-studio like Joyce Balint, President of the Bronxville Women's Club), co-hosts (Tom Sullivan, Kelly Sisco and guest host Kyle Boiko), sponsors, call-in guests (Carla Springer, Cathy O’Brien, Doris Dear, Dr. Jack Jaffe, and Ricky) and our listeners, and our wonderful engineer Chuck Donegan. Our other magnificent co-host Ken Kline was off that night.

I think you are going to like how the show turned out, thanks to our amazing guests! Below is links to the youtube video that has the audio for the show (at about 54 minutes is also a video of a prerecorded clip of “Ain’t Misbehavin” performed by Joyce Balint and Peter North from the 11/21/14 Coffeehouse. The Coffeehouse is organized by the talented Sal Casbiance, singer/songwriter/musician - visit www.salcasabiance.com). ; Also below is the test for the “Description” I put on the youtube video that includes a summary of the show, that is also part of the Google search engine along with tag words.

Next show on Tuesday 1/13/15 -
I am also sending this email to guests planned for the next show on Tuesday night 7-8 pm 1/13/15 on WVOX 1460 AM (and live audio and video on www.wvox.com). So far planned in-studio guests include Liz Muller - Director, Producer, Lyricist, Performer (Pipe Dream Theatre) and Rebecca Kuehl, flutist (with partner Chris Funke they perform as Duo Essence) Shelly Gartner - singer/songwriter/keyboards will also be on the show and perform songs. (Please take a listen to this show to get a feel for the format and friendliness of the show, and its purpose of trying to provide help to people in crisis or experiencing stress.

General info:

Our show is on the second Tuesday of each month and has been running for about 5 years, stemming from the 2008 financial crisis, and now broadened to all types of crisis. If you want to call in to the show live, or have friends or contacts to call in, the number is 914.636.0110. The WVOX studio (and sister station WVIP 93.5 FM) is located at 411 Fifth Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10801 (Potter Avenue is nearest cross street). More of our shows are at www.CrisisHelpRadioShows.com. Please contact me for more info by email to FrancisSisco@aol.com or by cell at 914.589.1013. If you want to sponsor or advertise on the show, please call me. Also, for reasonable fees, I can arrange to edit the show and rebroadcast it on radio and on the internet. Let's discuss.

Thanks,
Fran Sisco
cell 914.589.1013

P.S. If you want to include these links on your own website, please let me know. For some reason the youtube video shows 2 hours upon uploading, but only 57 minutes are used. The video ends with "Ain't Misbehaving."

Summary of this show, in order of presentation on the show per youtube Description.
C. Description of youtube video of 12/9/14 show -

Fran Sisco and Tom Sullivan (and Kelly Sisco and Kyle Boiko) interviewed one in-studio guest. Joyce Balint, President of the Bronxville Womens Club, Bronxville, NY - www.BronxvilleWomensClub.org, and several call-in guests including: (1) Carla Springer, singer-songwriter (2) Cathy O'Brien, singer-singer and recently wrote "Little Christmas." (3) Doris Dear (Ray DeForest) writer and performer of the off-broadway show called "Gurl Talk" (4) Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author and (5) Ricky, friend of Kelly and Kyle. For more info about the guests and about the show, please contact Fran Sisco via email - FrancisSisco@aol.com. This video includes the mp3 of the edited version of the show that played live on 1460AM on 12/9/14 from 7pm to 8pm. Your comments added to this video are appreciated to further develop this youtube video. Copyright 2014-2015 Fran Sisco. All Rights Reserved. For more info about the video, audio & photos, please email Fran Sisco at FrancisSisco@aol.com. For additional shows, please visit: www.CrisisHelpRadioShow.com. For more info about the guests, contact Fran Sisco or the contact info that may be including in the summary of the show below:

1. Music - Kay Starr's song - "Side By Side"

2. "Little Christmas" - By Cathy O'Brien (available on CD Baby)

3. Identification of Crisis Help Radio Show

4. Joyce Balint - President of the Bronxville Women's Club and professional musician (violin and mandolin)

5. Discussion of Cathy O'Brien's new song - Little Christmas

6. Background music - Paul McCartney's Christmas song “Wonderful Christmastime.”

7. Discussion of Bronxville Women's Club

8. Mention by Tom Sullivan of Cathy O'Brien

9. Discussion of Bronxville Women's Club - Fran and Joyce

10. Discussion of Bronxville by Tom

11. Mention of Fran's father singing O Sole Mio and Kelly Sisco’s sharing about her grandfather singing at church (“Ave Maria” at Our Lady of Victory Church in Mt. Vernon, NY)

12. Carla Springer, call-in guest - (1) Discussion of songwriting, particularly "There is Still Time," (2) "Baby Don't Lie" ("Home")

12A. Mention of Fran’s upcoming live talk and variety show called “Trans Fran Sisco Show”

13. Cathy O'Brien, call-in guest - She is donating ½ of proceeds from sale of song to St. Jude's Children's Hospital. She received the song, lyrics and music. Purchase CD on www.cdbaby.com and search title Little Christmas and with her name - Cathy O'Brien. Two Sopranos, Cathy and 26-year old daughter. Check out www.twosopranos.com.
Bobby DeRizzo (engineer and production) and Joe Rena (piano and orchestration). Little Christmas message - our world would be better if

14. Doris Dear (Ray DeForest), call-in guest - Star of Gurl Talk, done at Stage 72, NYC, about growing up with parents Taffy and Duke in Staten Island. Discussion of mother. Show is a salute to Doris Dear's mother and father. Through script and songs, Doris discusses gender as well. Three songs done. Naming songs in the show. Can see video on internet, search on "Doris Dear's Gurl Talk"

15. Joyce Balint - Clips of songs including “Ain't Misbehavin” with Joyce Balint playing violin and Peter North, singing and playing guitar at a Coffeehouse event on 11/21/14 at the Bronxville Women's Club, Bronville, NY, including a videoclip of that performance recorded by Fran Sisco on her iPhone. (playing through to end of this youtube video)

16. Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author, commented on the show. (To contact Dr. Jaffe, email him at irack@aol.com.)

17. Ricky, friend of Kelly and Kyle, commented on the positive effect on music, especially Gospel music, and mentioned the Philadelphia Seventh Day Adventist Church on 233rd Street in Bronx, NY.

18. Quick closing at end at about 57 minutes.
 
 
(A) Below is a youtube audioclip of the show (with video at around 54 minutes of Ain't Misbehavin)
http://youtu.be/QN0kmWk9ZZE
(B) Below is the embed link for the audioclip of the show (with video at around 54 minutes of Ain't Misbehavin) that is used in (C)
<iframe width="420" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/QN0kmWk9ZZE"; frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
(C) Below is the video/audio based on the embed link shown in (C)
(D) Below is audioclip of entire show:
11/11/14 Inspiration and passion

The focus of the show was on inspiration and passion on how John Krondes is driven to create songs that help people deal with life and tying up loose ends, partly as a result of losing his father at age 18, who was a songwriter and wanted John to be a singer, musician and songwriter. One example is his recent song called "Close Your Eyes and I'll be There," an imagined conversation in which Elvis Presley comforts his fiance Ginger Alden that they will meet again. The show's hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, (Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco were off). The in-studio guests were (1) John Krondes (singer in the style of Elvis Presley and songwriter and piano player) (2) Noble Love, John's friend and manager and (4) John's mother, Flo Krondes.

Callers included (1) George Andews, the arranger for the songs on the CD "The End" and the arranger on many songs including "The End" writtern by John's father, Jimmy Krondes, and sung by Earl Grant and a big hit in its day and (2) Dr. Jack Jaffe, the psychologist and author, who shared his thoughts about several of the topics discussed, including reminising about his brother who died young in World War II. (contact info for Dr. Jaffe is email - irack@aol.com). For more info about the show and to be a guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013 or by email to FrancisSisco@aol.com. See right for three mp3s as follows: (A) audioclip of entire show (B) audioclip of a special edited version of the show.

 

(A) Below is audioclip of entire show:
10/14/14 The importance of small groups and using the past to make a better future

The focus of the show was on how small groups can be effective in relieving stress and easing crisis and in getting things accopmlished. The show's hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, (Ken Kline was taking care of business), and Kelly Sisco. The in-studio guests were (1) John Krondes (singer in the style of Elvis Presley and songwriter and piano player) (2) Noble Love, John's friend and manager (3) Pete _______, John's friend and a promotion manager (4) Kyle Boiko, boyfirend to Kelly who discussed how his father, born in the Ukraine, is an Elvis fanatic and (4) Jacqueline Baraza, owner of a cleaning service.

Callers included (1) Ray Walker, singer with the Jordanaires and who sang with Elvis on several recordings and with John Krondes (2) Baffour, caregiver for Alan, members of St. John's Episcopal Church in New Rochelle, NY (3) Dr. Jack Jaffe, the psychologist and author, who shared his thoughts about several of the topics discussed. (contact info for Dr. Jaffe is email - irack@aol.com). For more info about the show and to be a guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013 or by email to FrancisSisco@aol.com. See right for three mp3s as follows: (A) audioclip of entire show (B) audioclip of a special edited version of the show with just Fran, Tom, John Krondes, Noble Love and Ray Walker and (C) audioclip of the announcement that was sent out on social media including facebook and which received over 4,000 likes per John Krondes

 

(A) Below is audioclip of entire show:
(B) Below is audioclip of a special edited version of the show with just Fran, Tom, John Krondes, Noble Love and Ray Walker.
(C) Below is audioclip of the announcement that was sent out on social media including facebook and which received over 4,000 likes per John Krondes

 

9/9/14 Music Nate Ray, singing several songs including Smokey Robinson's "Ooh Baby Baby."
Below is audioclip of entire show:
8/12/14 Public relations and music
The focus of the show was on that public relations can help people improve and promote their musical creations, such as promoting events on social media and attending open mics and karaoke with other performers to get feedback, and to jam to enhance created songs. An individual who has talent and aspires to develop the talents often undergoes stress and crisis when not fulfilling his or her passion. The show's hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline (who read a heartfelt dedication to Robin Williams, acclaimed actor and comedian, who took his own life on 8/11/14), and Kelly Sisco. The in-studio guests were (1) Shshi of Peeksill who sang accapella a portion of his song (written in 1988, demo in 1991) and discussed attempts to enhance the song and (2) Kyle Boiko who discussed how one singer/songwriter influences another. Callers included Bobby Baby Walker (singer, songwriter, musician and music teacher) who discussed his music business and Kelly's help with public relations. Jennifer(co-owner of the Gnarly Vine, 501 Main Street, New Rochelle, NY 10801). Dr. Jack Jaffe, the psychologist and author, who usually shares his thoughts about several of the topics discussed. (contact info for Dr. Jaffe is email - irack@aol.com) for some reason did not call in. For more info about the show and to be a guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013 or by email to FrancisSisco@aol.com. See right for the mp3 which is also on youtube.com.
Music clips that opened the show included "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr, followed by clips from ShShi's song "Looking Back Over The Years" and followed by songs from Bobby Baby Walker including (1) I Believe in You and Me and (2) One in a Million.
 
Below is audioclip of entire show:
7/8/14 Events that help deal with crisis
The focus of the show was on that event planning can help people deal with crisis, especially the particular group that is served, such as transgender and cross-dressers for the upcoming "Hollywood Nights" event at the Barbour Studios (2 Division Street in New Rochelle,, NY 10801)on 7/18/14, organized by Elizabeth Foote (in-studio guest) and her Miss Karyn's Etiquette School for CDs and TGs. The show's hosts were Fran Sisco, Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco (Tom Sullivan was at a family event but called in). In studio guests included Elizabeth Foote. Callers included Jennifer(co-owner of the Gnarly Vine, 501 Main Street, New Rochelle, NY 10801), Kyle Boiko (Kelly's friend) and Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author,shared his thoughts about several of the topics discussed. (contact info for Dr. Jaffe is email - irack@aol.com) . For more info about the show and to be a guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013 or by email to FrancisSisco@aol.com. See right for the mp3 which is also on youtube.com.
Music clips that opened the show included "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr, followed by clips The New Republic song "Love Runs Out,", The Four Seasons song "Sherry," and from Pharrell Williams' song "Happy."
 
 
Below is audioclip of entire show:
6/10/14 Comedy helps dealing with crisis  
Below is audioclip of entire show:

The focus of the show was on that comedy can help people deal with crisis. The show's hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, and Kelly Sisco (Ken Kline was at a business meeting). In studio guests included comedians Kim DeShields and Kenan Weaver. (Fran, Tom and Kelly are also comedians.) Callers included "C" (friend of Kenan) and Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author,shared his thoughts about several of the topics discussed. (contact infofor Dr. Jaffe is email - irack@aol.com) . For more info about the show and to be a guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013 or by email to FrancisSisco@aol.com. See right for the mp3 which is also on youtube.com.

Music clips that opened the show included "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr, followed by a clip from Pharrell Williams' song "Happy."
Mention was made of the upcoming "Comedy Night at St. John's" Episcopal Church on Saturday 6/14/14
Corrections of the audio - The next show is 7/8/14 not 7/14/14. Steve Lazarus is the name of the third comedian running "Stand-Up University" at the Brokerage Comedy Club in Bellmore (Long Island), NY
5/13/14 Helping Each Other Through Crisis The focus of the show was helping each other through crisis (Shelly's song about friends sharing about the crisis of losing health insurance, Henry's discussion of programs to help young people avoid crisis and Ann Marie's discussion of the helpfulness of friends in her recent crisis. The show's hosts were Fran Sisco and Tom Sullivan. Ken Kline was on a business trip and Kelly Sisco was in a college class. In studio guests included Shelly Gartner, singer/songwriter and pianist and music teacher, and Henry Wilson, the Executive Director of Y-COP, the Youth Community Outreach Program in Mt. Vernon, NY. Call-in guests included (1) Ann Marie Ditta, a career counselor (who for 10 minutes shared her recent experiences with crisis about her mother's passing and about Ann Marie's fall and broken knee-cap and the helpfulness of friends during the crises (to be continued on a future show) and Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author, who for under 1 minute commented upon the show's contents (to be expanded on a future show.) (contact info is email - irack@aol.com) . For more info about the show and to be a guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013 or by email to FrancisSisco@aol.com.
Below is audioclip of entire show:
Music clips that opened the show included "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr, followed by clips from song covers by Bobby Walker (lead singer of the prior oldies group The Delvikings from his CD called BobbyBaby Music, including Mustang Sally and One in a Million.Bobby will be on a future show and was not able to call in to the show as planned. His contact info is tel 914.400.5670 and email is bobbybabywalker@optonline.net)..
Shelly Gartner was an instudio guest and sang and played keyboards for the following songs: (a) "Quiet Please," song written and performed by Peter Allen about his mother-in-law Judy Garland and (b) a parody Shelly wrote lyrics for the music of Miley Cyrus's hit song "Wrecking Ball" about how Obamacare "wrecked us," based on a true story told by friends abut their loss of health insurance. Shelly discussed the songs and hi songwriting skills and how songwriting has helped him through crisis. He also discussed the importance of adapting to change.
B. Henry Wilson is the Executive Director of Y-COP, the Youth Community Outreach Program, located in the First Un ted Methodist Church at the corner of Summit Ave. and East Lincoln Avenue in Mt. Vernon, NY. The program was founded by retired Detective of the Mount Vernon Police Department, Ale Ayers, in 1990. In its 24 years of operation have pursued college and now have careers in law enforcement, education and government. Y-COP offers many programs such as summer camp (ages 6-12, Monday-Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm, from 7/7/14 to 8/22/14), "peer-to-peer mediation, job skill training, college preparation, basketball, cheerleading, boxing, field trips and much more." For more info, contact Henry Wilson at 914.215.3063 or by email to YCOP2012@gmail.com or via facebook at www.facebook.com/YCOPMVNY. In addition to discussing the program, Henry shared a personal story about a family crisis involving one of his sons when young,
4/8/14 The importance of sales skills

The focus of the show was on the importance of sales skills and discussions with a successful saleman, Charlie Maloney, who is a long-time friend of Tom Sullivan. Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author,shared his thoughts about several of the topics discussed.

Co-hosts - Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline were the co-hosts. Fran Sisco and Kelly Sisco were not in the studio (Fran on location at a comedy show, as part of the Westchester Comedy Festival, and Kelly at another event.

Below is audioclip of entire show:
3/11/14 Meeting a Challenge

Our apologies to listeners and participants for the poor audio quality of the call-ins (used iphones because the station phone system was not working), Music clips that opened the show included "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr, followed by a song titled "Why Wouldn't you Try" co-written by Shelly Gartner (singer/songwriter and piano player) and Jane ____________. The call-in guests were: (1) Cyndy Jones and husband Ken Jones of the nonprofit organization "Heroes In Transition, Inc." which held's veterans, as explained on the show on on their website www.HeroesInTransition.org. Their only child Eric Jones died in Afghanistan in a helicopter incident. Eric's good friend, Make Warshaw, President of the organization, was scheduled to call in but the incoming phone line at the station was not working (2) Dr. Jack Jaffe. The instudio guest was Sharon Mosley of Larchmont/Mamaroneck Cable Access TV (office manager and producer and host of monthly show called ____________) Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author,shared his thoughts about the guests and co-hosts and also discussed the challenge his family faced when his older brother Sam Jaffe was killed in India during World War II.

Co-hosts - Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco

Below is audioclip of entire show:
2/11/14 Collaboration and Stress

Music clips that opened the show included "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr, 2 songs sung by Kathryn F. Hoxie (kfhox) "Back with You" and "Over Now", (who was originally scheduled to be a call-in guest), 3 songs co-written by Matina Grammars ("Lost Kiss," "Let the Night Weave its Magic," and "You Bring Love," and "Carousel Girl" co-written by Matina Grammas (music) and Fran Sisco (lyrics). There were no studio guests. Call-in guest included (1) Ray DeForest of The Imperial Court of New York, a non-profit organization mainly serving the LGBT community through producing entertainment events throughout the metro NY area, the proceeds of which are donated to various charities. Ray discussed the 2/9/14 show called "Cocktails, Couture and Cabaret - A Second Sip" held at Flowerfield Celebrations in St. James, Long Island, NY, and the various aspects of production, collaboration, etc. and other matters about the Imperial Court including the upcoming "Night of a Thousand Gowns" to be held on Saturday 3/29/14 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Times Square, with over 1,000 people expected to attend. (2) Frank Petrone, a deaf person and friend of Fran and Kelly who signed Fran Sisco's performance (along with Kelly Sisco) on 2/9/14 as well as participated with Fran in a comedy routine on 2/5/14 at the Broadway Comedy Club (that was signed by Mara and Mandy, friends of Allen Roth who owns Sign Language Center at 39 East 30th Street, NYC) (3) Steve Arons, who manages shows at the Broadway Comedy Club, including the 2/5 /14 show, and new shows starting on Wednesday 3/4/14 at the Greenwich Village Comedy Club at 99 Macdougal Street in the Village, NYC. (4) Matina Grammas, songwriter and piano player, who discussed collaboration, including with Fran Sisco over many years, including co-writing the song "Carousel Girl." and and (5) Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author, who shared his thoughts about the guests and co-hosts and also discussed special holiday traditions.

Co-hosts - Fran Sisco, Kelly Sisco (Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline were off)

Below is audioclip of entire show:
1/14/14 Credit and Taxes

In-studio guests included (1) Silvia Miranda, chief operating officer of Mucho Credit, located in Queens, NY. Call in guests included: (1) Ray Terone, discussing ways to prepare for the tax season and your accountant (2) Matthew Foglia of Mucho Credit and (3) Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author, who shared his thoughts about the guests and co-hosts and also discussed aspects of credit and taxes.

Co-hosts - Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco

Below is audioclip of entire show:
12/10/13 Who needs you

In-studio guests included (1) Carole Troum of Hope Community Services Center (914-636-4010), Hopecommunityservices.org. (2) Shelley Gartner, singer-songwriter performed 2 original songs -1. "Cold Rainy Xmas", 2 - "Who Needs You." Contact Shelley at cell 914.907.8769 or email to sbgartner@verizon.net. (3) Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author, who shared his thoughts about the guests and co-hosts and also discussed special holiday traditions.

Co-hosts - Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Kelly Sisco (Ken Kline was off)

Below is audioclip of entire show:
11/12/13 Appealing for help

Three crises were covered - (1) Disaster in the Phillipines (2) Fran's time crisis related to getting votes regarding her application for a $250,000 JPMorgan small business grant - www.missionmainstreetgrants.com and (3) Fran's health crisis related to her mother Eleanor Sisco and the delays in getting Medicaid approval of home care starting 12/1/13.

Co-hosts - Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline, Kelly Sisco (came late)

No in -studio guests

Call-in guests - Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author.

Below is audioclip of entire show:
10/8/13 It's Not That Scary - Government Shutdown

Info yet to be added:

Co-hosts - Fran Sisco, Ken Kline, Kelly Sisco (Tom Sullivan was at work late)

In-studio guests - (1) Nancy Cetta (citizen concerned about the government shutdown and the debt crisis)

Call-in guests - (1) Dan Opp - comedian - show coming up on 11/2/13 at Molly Spillane. $10 cover and no food or drink minimum (2) Tommy Paolo.

Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author, was not able to call in (family matters)

Below is audioclip of entire show:
9/10/13 Mixing comedy and music

Info yet to be added:

Co-hosts - Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline, Kelly Sisco

In-studio guests - (1) Leigh Harrison, singer-songwriter, poet, artist

Call-in guests - (1) Dan Opp - comedian (2) Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author.

Below is audioclip of entire show:
8/13/13 Getting Help from Others when dealing with crisis

Info yet to be added: (Some technical difficulties - mic at beginning with Ed Fagan, phone line with 7 second delay with Jack Jaffe)

Co-hosts - Fran Sisco and Kelly Sisco (Ken Kline at business meeting, Tom Sullivan, driving in from LaGuardia)

In-studio guests - (1) Ed Fagan of Veterasn Service Agency and (2) Mary Jo Jacobs, candidate for County Legislator for Legislative District 10 (New Rochelle, Eastchester, Tuckahoe) (Democrat partyP

Call-in guests - (1) Dorsey Tague, Reverse Mortgage Specialist and (2) Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author.

Below is audioclip of entire show:
Below is audioclip of sections with just Mary Jo Jacobs (no radio intro etc.), candidate for County Legislator for LD 10.
Below is audioclip of sections with mainly Mary Jo Jacobs, candidate for County Legislator for LD 10.
Below is audioclip of sections with mainly Ed Fagan, Program Specialist with Veterans Service Agency.
7/9/13 Sharing Successes of Dealing with Crisis Info yet to be added.
6/11/13 Fran call-in from Long Island Info yet to be added.
5/14/13 Crisis and change

A. Overview - The Crisis Help Radio Show discusses strategies for dealing with stress and crisis - all kinds of crisis including (1) money issues like financial and economic problems (loss of job, sudden expenses, changes in industry and career or business), (2) health problems (sudden events like hear attacks, strokes and accidents, short-term and long-term disability, death),(3) family and relationships (such as divorce, battles, family differences, lifestyle issues) (4) personal power (behavioral issues, strength through experience, education, spirituality) ( and the environment (weather (e.g. floods, storms and hurricanes, crime, technology, etc). in over 3 years of shows we have
found certain common themes in dealing with crisis including:
- expressing oneself, reaching out to others, seeing the silver lining, finding opportunities, using creativity, exploring new paths, staying positive, embracing crisis as a trigger for change

The co-hosts are Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline, Kelly Sisco. Dr. Jack Jaffe is a frequent contributor, usually by call-in. Often the show has in-studio guests and callers.

B. This particular show's topic - Crisis and Change - How to beflexible so as to better adapt to change and minimize crisis situaitons. Below is a summary of the guests on tonight's show:
1. Leslie Messina , - author of the new children's book "Dolly the Dollar Bill" available on Amazon.com. Info yet to be completed. ___________________________
2

Stev Serwatka - Info yet to be completed _____________________________

3 Call-guests included. Info yet to be completed.____________________________________
C. For tonight's show the co-hosts were Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline( Fran Sisco and Kelly Sisco were attending a comedy class at Stand-Up University at Brokerage Comedy Club in Bellmore, Long Island, NY. Jack Jaffe was taking care of a personal matter. In-studio guests were Leslie Messina and Steve Serwatka (see above).
D. Contact info - Contact Fran Sisco (or the other co-hosts, advertisers, sponsors or guests) via email to FrancisSisco@aol.com or by phone at 914.589.1013 . Dr. Jaffe, a psychologist and author, can be reached at irack@aol.com. If you want any additional information about being a sponsor, advertiser or guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013.
4/9/13 Fame and Crisis

A. Overview - The Crisis Help Radio Show discusses strategies for dealing with stress and crisis - all kinds of crisis including (1) money issues like financial and economic problems (loss of job, sudden expenses, changes in industry and career or business), (2) health problems (sudden events like hear attacks, strokes and accidents, short-term and long-term disability, death),(3) family and relationships (such as divorce, battles, family differences, lifestyle issues) (4) personal power (behavioral issues, strength through experience, education, spirituality) ( and the environment (weather (e.g. floods, storms and hurricanes, crime, technology, etc). in over 3 years of shows we have
found certain common themes in dealing with crisis including:
- expressing oneself, reaching out to others, seeing the silver lining, finding opportunities, using creativity, exploring new paths, staying positive, embracing crisis as a trigger for change

The co-hosts are Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline, Kelly Sisco. Dr. Jack Jaffe is a frequent contributor, usually by call-in. Often the show has in-studio guests and callers.

B. This particular show's topic - Fame and Crisis - How to use fame and influence to impact others favorably (Examples were Doc Pomus and Odane Whilby. Also Peter Luciano was impacted by a very famous person positively - Mother Theresa. Below is a summary of the guests on tonight's show:
1. Sharon Felder, daughter of Doc Pomus was the first call-in guest. She co-produced a documentary about her father AKA Doc Pomus (whose real name is Jerry Felder) who was a prolific songwriter and co-wrote hit songs like This Magic Moment, Teenager in Love, Save the Last Dance for Me, Hushabye, Turn Me Loose, Sweets For My Sweet, and many more. He used his fame and influence to share great music and friendship, positively and had a wide circle of close friends. The documentary "AKA DocPomus" recently was shown at Jacob Burns Film Center and will be at various film festivals over the next several months. More info is at www.AKADocPomus.com.
2

Odane Whilby sang his soulful song "Hurricane" live in the studio with an acoustic guitar. He discussed his love for music and sharing it. When asked his top three things to do if he achieved phenonmenal fame, he gave very humble and grounded answers, and emphasized living in the present and helping people. He talked about the participation of his band this upcoming weekend at Lehman College for the benefit of women's rights. A link to a video recorded by Fran Sisco of a recent performance of Odane's band Cardinal Theory of the song Hurricane at the Alphabet Lounge in Alphabet City in the lower east side of Manhattan.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vEJWKw_WxM.

Contact Odane at 914.439.5552 or by email to: odane.whilby@gmail.com.

3 Peter Luciano discussed his choice of songs for his CD called "Jouney of Love" and sections were played of I Wanna Be Arond, In My Life, and Danke Schoen. (The CD has 16 songs and can be requested of Peter at 914.235.5704. Peter shared about a crisis he endured (the death of his partner 4 years ago) and how being with other people helped him through the crisis. He also discussed the impact of meeting Mother Theresa.
4 Lorraine Federico called in to discuss her upcoming play called "Tram" about a woman who meets the ghost of her grandmother on a tram ride to Roosevelt Island. More info about upcoming performances can be obtained by contacting Lorraine at her email: lafryot@aol.com. Lorraine is scheduled to be an instudio guest on 5/14/13 to sing original songs and discuss her songwriting as a way through crisis.
C. For tonight's show the co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline( Kelly Sisco was attending a college event - seeing Spiderman with classmates). The guest caller was Sharon Felder, daughter of Doc Pomus) and Lorraine Federico (actor, singer/songwriter) who will be guest on the 5/14/13 radio show). Another caller was Dr. Jack Jaffe, our regular psychologist, who shared insights about fame and crisis, and using fame positively. In-studio guests were Odane Whilby and Peter Luciano (see above).
D. Contact info - Contact Fran Sisco (or the other co-hosts, advertisers, sponsors or guests) via email to FrancisSisco@aol.com or by phone at 914.589.1013 . Dr. Jaffe, a psychologist and author, can be reached at irack@aol.com. If you want any additional information about being a sponsor, advertiser or guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013.
3/12/13 Ways to cope with crisis and stress

A. Main guest - Irene Bremis -Overview - The Crisis Help Radio Show discusses strategies for dealing with stress and crisis - all kinds of crisis including (1) money issues like financial and economic problems (loss of job, sudden expenses, changes in industry and career or business), (2) health problems (sudden events like hear attacks, strokes and accidents, short-term and long-term disability, death),(3) family and relationships (such as divorce, battles, family differences, lifestyle issues) (4) personal power (behavioral issues, strength through experience, education, spirituality) ( and the environment (weather (e.g. floods, storms and hurricanes, crime, technology, etc). in over 3 years of shows we have
found certain common themes in dealing with crisis including:
- expressing oneself
- reaching out to others
- seeing the silver lining
- finding opportunities
- using creativity
- exploring new paths
- staying positive

The co-hosts are Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline, Kelly Sisco. Dr. Jack Jaffe is a frequent contributor, usually by call-in. Often the show has in-studio guests and callers.

B. This particular show's topic - Ways to cope with crisis , including comedy
C. For tonight's show the co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Ken Kline (Tom Sullivan was attending an event at his daughter's school and Kelly Sisco was attending a church event). The guest caller was Irene Bremis - www.un-ladylike.com and facebook - Irene Bremis. Another caller was Dr. Jack Jaffe. Another caller was Ray Terone who discussed the death of his dog.
D. Contact info - Contact Fran Sisco (or the other co-hosts, advertisers, sponsors or guests) via email to FrancisSisco@aol.com or by phone at 914.589.1013 . Dr. Jaffe, a psychologist and author, can be reached at irack@aol.com. If you want any additional information about being a sponsor, advertiser or guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013.

 

2/12/13 3 Steps to Avoid Crisis

A. Overview - The Crisis Help Radio Show discusses strategies for dealing with stress and crisis - all kinds of crisis including (1) money issues like financial and economic problems (loss of job, sudden expenses, changes in industry and career or business), (2) health problems (sudden events like hear attacks, strokes and accidents, short-term and long-term disability, death),(3) family and relationships (such as divorce, battles, family differences, lifestyle issues) (4) personal power (behavioral issues, strength through experience, education, spirituality) ( and the environment (weather (e.g. floods, storms and hurricanes, crime, technology, etc). in over 3 years of shows we have
found certain common themes in dealing with crisis including:
- expressing oneself
- reaching out to others
- seeing the silver lining
- finding opportunities
- using creativity
- exploring new paths
- staying positive

The co-hosts are Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline, Kelly Sisco. Dr. Jack Jaffe is a frequent contributor, usually by call-in. Often the show has in-studio guests and callers.

B. This particular show's topic - 3 Steps to Avoid Crisis -

#1. Evaluate --Evaluate yourself and your situation and your risks of being hit with a crisis. Fran Sisco has a "Risk Review Report Card" that allows a person (preferably with the help of an advisor) to do an objective review of their situation, strengths and weaknesses in 4 quadrants - 1. Health. 2. Money. 3. Relationships. 4. Personal Power. (I'll bring copies tomorrow night).

#2 -Reposition -How to reposition yourself right away to be better protect yourself and increase the odds in getting through the crisis. There is a famous economist, professor and author named Nassim Nicholas Taleb who became famous for the book "Black Swan" and predicting the 2008 financial crisis. His new book called "Antifragile" discusses ways that people (and organizations including governments) can make themselves less vulnerable to crisis by become less fragile, less open to risk. Here is a link to a review of his book (not entirely favorable, by the way):
http://articles.latimes.com/2012/dec/20/entertainment/la-ca-jc-nassim-nicholas-taleb-20121223
I think his overall concept is excellent and I think we should focus on ways we as individuals can make ourselves less vulnerable, less fragile.

#3. Fortify - How to make yourself stronger less fragile over the longer term. This steps takes step #2 and builds on it for strategies taken in the short-term repositioning. Some fortifying strategies take longer to implement and cannot even be started in the short-term. For example, if you are in a dying career, you may reposition yourself into a sideline business in the short-term for extra income but it may take a few years to fortify your income potential and get the masters degree or whatever to become a college professor in a new field that interests you. Life is about prioritizing activities. Stephen Covey (the author of the famous book "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" developed a time management matrix (see link below) which is helpful in determining what is important and not important and urgent and not urgent for each. Let's talk about things we need to focus on that are important - and then what is urgent (needing us to reposition) and what is not urgent (it may take more time for us to fortify)

C. For tonight's show the co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline (Kelly Sisco was attending a church event). The caller was Dr. Jack Jaffe. There was a pro-bono advertisement for Trader Joe's store (healthy foods) (e.g. Fran Sisco read from their Fearless Flyer newsletter in early 2/13, a section called "GaGa Gorgonzola."
D. Contact info - Contact Fran Sisco (or the other co-hosts, advertisers, sponsors or guests) via email to FrancisSisco@aol.com or by phone at 914.589.1013 . Dr. Jaffe, a psychologist and author, can be reached at irack@aol.com. If you want any additional information about being a sponsor, advertiser or guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013.

 

1/8/13 Funny minutes reduce hours of stress

Welcome to the Crisis Help Radio Show. We not only help relieve your stress but also give you ideas to help get through crisis. Tonight's show focuses on comedy, both (1) experiencing the comedy of others to lighten your stress and (2)that a minute of funny can relieve an hour of stress through the multiplier effect. The show featured a comedian named Chipps Cooney (can be searched on Facebook by his name) and the comedy of Tom Sullivan and Fran Sisco. Before that there was a discussion with a musician and rapper named Barry Paige who rapped lyrics from on his songs, which was quite spiritual and inspiring. (Barry can be reached on Facebook by searching on BAboutIt.) One of the co-hosts, Tom Sullivan, told several jokes. Fran told one joke about the red bear Repubby who was quite sad. The show's psychologist, Dr. Jack Jaffe, shared some humor of his own and commented on the show's call-in guests.

12/9/12 Spreading good cheer

Cohosts - Kelly Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline (Fran off for class at Stand-up University)

Call ins - Yvette Trapp (comedian), Dr. Jack Jaffe (psychologist), Ronie ________ (Kelly's friend)

11/13/12 ??

Cohosts - Fran Sisco, Ken Kline

Call ins - Tom Sullivan?, Dr. Jack Jafffe, who else?

10/9/12 Follow the Comedy

Welcome to the Crisis Help Radio Show. We not only help relieve your stress but also give you ideas to help get through crisis. Tonight's show focuses on comedy, both (1) experiencing the comedy of others to lighten your stress and (2) getting involved in creating comedy, perhaps even doing stand-up comedy yourself, as a way to better express yourself and feel you are on the sunny side of the street. The show featured several comedians and also commentary by the co-hosts and the show's psychologist, Dr. Jack Jaffe, who shared some humor of his own.

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Ken Kline (who arrived a little late), Tom Sullivan (who was not able to be in the studio but called from the Montefiore Hospital) and Kelly Sisco (who was not able to be in the studio but called from choir practice to Fran's cell on the air). The show included the juggling of phone conversations (the studio's limit on incoming calls is 3), which added to the spontaneity and good cheer. The call-in comedians who were seen at recent open mics (Sean McCarthy, Chipps Cooney, Bob Hansen and Ross Parsons - but Ross was on hold and was inadvertently dropped) . You can read more about these comedians who are covered in Fran's article called "Follow the Comedy" which is posted on www.FrancisSisco.com and describes Ran's recent experiences at several open mics and comedy clubs. Also calling was comedian Qiana Oglesby who is also a student with Fran in the Gotham Comedy Club 8-week comedy class. Qua no also shared the date of the march for breast cancer awareness, which is on Sunday 10/21/12.Dr. Jaffe offered several insights and examples about using comedy to deal with stress and anxiety, including from his own life such as undergoing surgery in the hospital. Some of his planned input was cut short because of phone problems. Dr. Jaffe can be reached at irack@aol.com. If you want any additional information about the comedians, the comedy venues, the radio show or being a sponsor, advertiser or guest, please contact Fran Sisco at 914.589.1013.

9/11/12 Political Family Parables (and honoring 900 victims and firefighters)

Welcome to the Crisis Help Radio Show. We not only help relieve your stress but also give you ideas to help get through crisis. Tonight's show focuses on (1) the 11th anniversary of the 911 tragedy (including a replay of an excerpt to Tom Sullivan's interview with Jean Polumbo, wife of Frank Palombo, a firefighter who died at the World Trade Center on 9/11/11 and (2) a discussion of various national political issues (e.g. taxes, debt, economy, etc.) from the viewpoint of family dynamics.

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan, Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco..The main message of the show is that (1) individuals who live through crisis (like 911 survivors and firefighters can inspire other people to get through crisis and (2) a discussion of national political issues in the context of people's families can be an effective way to understand current issues and perhaps see additional solutions. Judy Kellersberger discussed the song she co-wrote with Mike Black called "A Triibute to a Firefighter" in the 1990s and which recently has been performed by the Coleman Brothers, getting significant airplay, attention and sales. July said the song can be obtained through www.AmericanSongsRecords.com and more info is on her website at www.JudyKellersberger.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about people who have perished during service (including his brother) and the importance of the society taking care of its weakest and least advantaged individuals. Dr. Jaffe can be reached at irack@aol.com. Steve Mayo made several important points about trying to contain expenses and debt and the size of the Federal government.

8/14/12 Crisis - Micro and Macro

Welcome to the Crisis Help Radio Show. We not only help relieve your stress but also give you ideas to help get through crisis. Tonight's show focuses on various types of crisis, as shared by individuals on a personal basis (micro) and also commentary about the larger view as it may pertain to others (Macro).

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan (by phone from work), Ken Kline, and Kelly Sisco (brief call in ).The main message of the show is that there are lessons learned by indiums who have dealt with crisis of varying types and that the lessons help those individuals deal with other crises and also help other people deal with their crises and stress. The sharing was as follows: Tom Sullivan (medical crisis), Ray Terone (being unemployed), Kelly Sisco (anxiety helped by meditation),Jack Jaffe (death of grandfather, brother, and wife), Fran Sisco (caring for elderly parents), and Ken Kline (declining business). The co-hosts, guests and callers shared several ideas and strategies including (a) being authentic (b) expressing oneself (c) adapting to change (d) looking for the silver lining and the opportunities (e) focus strength to do it, whatever needs to be accomplished (f) reach out to others, asking for help and giving it (g) have fun and keep positive. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about handling stress and commented on the sharing. Dr. Jaffe can be reached at irack@aol.com.

 

7/10/12 Relationships

(The first few minutes of the show that was broadcast but mistakenly not recorded including playing the theme song "Side by Side" and the opening by Kelly Sisco saying "Hi. This is Kelly Sisco. Welcome to the Crisis Help Radio Show. We not only help relieve your stress but also give you ideas to help get through crisis. Tonight's show focuses on relationships. ...."

The co-hosts were Kelly Sisco, Fran Sisco, and Tom Sullivan. (Ken Kline had a moving appointment). The main messge of the show is that dealing effectively with relationships is very important in reducing stress and crisis. The co-hosts, guests and callers shared several ideas and strategies including (a) expressing oneself (b) adapting to change (c) focusing on the essence and not the materialistic aspects (d) recognizing and respecting people's differences. The guests including Noel Pugliese and Camille Smith.

Songs included (1) Jason Mraz - "Love of a Child" and (2) Adele - "Some Like You."

Call in guests included (a) Cathy Palma (b) Roni Fulcher (c) Li Osborne and (d) Dr. Jack Jaffe. He is a psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about relationships including the important point that a person can have significant self-growth when dealing with another person in a relationship.

6/12/12 Generation Y (Why?)

The co-hosts were Kelly Sisco, Fran Sisco, and Ken Kline. (Tom Sullivan had a doctor's appointment)..The main message of the show is that Generation Y people (ages about 19 through 31) are facing their own challenges or stress and crisis, made more difficult because of (1) difficulty getting jobs (2) finishing college due to the high costs and being saddled with debt (3) conflicting messages about goals and materialistic trends and (4) the need for closeness, not helped by the lessening of in-person communication due to the proliferation of social media. Generation Y has very good standards and ethics and quite mature in terms of appreciating uniqueness and diversity.

(A) The in-studio guests were (1) Noel Pugliese - 23 (2) Camille Smith - 24 and (3) June Green (mother of 5 daughters in their 20s and 30s) and (4) unnamed other young woman who preferred to keep her identity private. Pam Mickatavage (Hope) and Chris Glann (Faith) talked about their upcoming internet television talk show on Zedalza.com, each Wednesday offering advice, entertainment and comedy to help mothers who could use a time out from their stressful lives.

(B) The call-in guests were (1) Cathy Palma and Calvin Sampson (friends of Kelly) (2) June's daughter from London, England and (3)Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about Generation Y and shared the effect of his brother dying at age 19. Jack can be rached at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Other guests tried to call in but the lines were busy.

 

5/8/12 The Aging Crisis

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline..The main message of the show is that because we are in an aging crisis, we need to make changes in our life to cope with with people living longer, and sicker longer, affecting people of all generations financially, emotionally and spiritually. Some of the coping strategies discussed include count your blessings, express yourself, get help. adopt hobbies earlier so that retirement is not a shock, obtain long-term care insurance for yourself and/or your parents, look for the silver lining, see the opportunity in the crisis, change business and career to make more money to be able to help parents, etc.

(A) The songs of Fran's grandmother (Nonnie Mary Sisco) were to be played but time ran out. Perhaps on a future show.

(B)) Dr. Jack Jaffe called. He is a psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about aging and shared a story of connectedness with his father near the end of his father's life. He talked about the importance of realistic optimism, finding meaning in life and doing something for others.

4/10/12 Stresses, big and small

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco..The main message of the show is that it is important to relieve small stresses that accumulate and make it difficult to handle big stresses.

(A) In studio guests, Pam Mickatavage (Hope) and Chris Glann (Faith) talked about their upcoming internet election talk show on Zedalza.com, each Wednesday offering advice, entertainment and comedy to help mothers who could use a time out from their stressful lives.

(B) McGregary Frederique and his manager, Tessa Krauss, talked about McGregory's plans for his fiction book ("Caught in Between the Two") about a married therapist who develops a romantic relationship with a patient, partly because they both share being victims of abuse.

(A) The call-in guest was Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about comedy as an effective tool in relieving stress and other techniques including deep breathing. Jack can be reached at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com.

(B) Another call-in guest, ___, asked questions of McGregory and his draft book.

 

3/13/12 Honoring Fathers

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco..The main messge of the show is that by remembering and honoring fathers we can recall life lessons and positive atributes that can empower our lives.

(A) Kelly sang a verse from Miley Cirus's song called "I Miss You" that she wrote about her grandfather.

(B) Kelly sang (along to a CD by ______________) the song "You Are My Sunshine" and explained its meaning for her. Her grandfather called her his sunshine, and Kelly called him her sunshine. She wrote an essay about it that she read at his funeral mass.

(C) Karen Brinn called and told a story about her father helping to protect her in her new residence in NYC and at the same time acknowledging her independence.

(D)) Dr. Jack Jaffe called. He is a psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about loss of a loved one through stories about his father and family, inluding his father's model of strength in while facing significant adversity.

(E) Anthony Valbiro called and told a story about how his father took him to see a famous agent in NYC and how that day's experience has been inspirational for Anthony throughout his life.

(F) Fred Gervat called and told a story about his father.

 

 
 
 
2/14/12 Taxes and comedy

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco..The main messge of the show is that when comedy may help in making taxes less stressful and perhaps more dealable

(A) The call-in guest was Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about comedy as an effective tool in relieing stress and other tecniques including deep breathing. Jack can be readhed at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. He offered after the show that thinking of his brother also triggered very happy memories.

(B) Another call-in guest, Julio, owner and baker of Teres's Bakery and Cafe ("The Sweetest Place on Earth") located at 23 Mill Road, Eastchester, NY, 10709. (Tel # 914.472.3825). Julio discussed several of his delicious desserts and offerings including cakes, pastires, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, biscotti, pies, italian ices, ice cream, candy, coffee, cappuccino, soup, and panini. Julio talked about his training and experience and Italian American heritage. He said that "one bit of our cannoli and you'll be hooked." We wish him and his wife Teresa the best on their new store.

(C) Throughout the show were comedy jokes and bits and tax tips by Fran.

 

 
1/10/12
Songwriting and memories

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco..The main message of the show is that songwriting can trigger important memories which can lead to dealing with stress. Furthermore, well-written and performed songs can be an way to help other people deal with stress.

(A) The instudio guests were Robert Mickatavage, his wife Jane and his son Rob. Robert played his accordian and sang "Santa's Workshop," accompanied in singing by Jane and Rob and others in the studio. The song was discussed, how it was written 35 years ago (lyrics by Robert and his daughter Phoebe who was 8 years old at the time). Kelly Sisco discussed the similar themes of the song and of Miracle on 34th Street - it was not important he was ot Santa Claus, only that he was a nice man trying to make people happy.

The first song played was "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," sung by Frank Sinatra, followed by Sinatra singing "I'lll Be Home for Christmas." Jane shared her memories of seeing Frank Sinatra perform on 3 occasions. Robert discussed Sinatra's talent and beauty of the songs and the background (made during World War II). Dr. Jack Jaffe later shared his triggered memories of his brother who was MIA had not returned and never came home for Chrstmas, only in his dreams. Others shared their memories too.

(B) The call-in guest was Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about the several benefits of songwriting and reflecting on memories. Jack can be readhed at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. He offered after the show that thinking of his brother also triggered very happy memories.

(C) Another call-in gues, Don Gray, commented on the wonderful memories of writing lyrics for the song - My Heart - Song of Joseph from the CD called "Songs of Joy" that includes several songs written about Jesus from the perspective of other people in his family. Don's son Danny Gray wrote the music for all the songs. Don, Fran and Kelly reminisced about Edgar Caruana, who sang the song and who was a frequent guest of predecessor shows, including Senior Musings.

(D) Throughout the show was discussion of the importance of recording and producing songs so that they can be heard by many more people, influencing their lives. Fran recommended to the Mickatavages to seek the help of producer and songwriter Bobbi Tammarro. The song "Rise" (from the CD called Rise - Funkee Boy." One website is www.songwritingthatgetsresults.com.

(E) Aonther caller identified himself as Mitt Romney (winner of the New Hampshire Republiican" but who was Tom Sullivan, co-host of the show but who was at home recovering from recent surgery.

 

There were some technical difficulties including (1) mics and headphones and (2) songs on Fran's ipad and iphone did not seem to play. These songs can be played at the following links:

Al Petrone's fantastic song "Christmas Gift" as sung by Walt Andrus, who performed often with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra: Click play next to the Christmas Gift to play a sample of the song:

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/waltandrus

 

Tom Sullivan's funny song parody called "Sarah Palin Shot Rudolf the Reindeer, as performed in the WVOX studio and recorded on videotape:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f897guCY9dk

 

12/13/11 The Meaning of Christmas

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline.The main message of the show is that Christmas has a varying meaning for many people, yet some important themes are (1) God came down for us in love and is with us (2) one of the best gifts is yourself - to be with another person and (3) this holiday time is an occasion to reconnect with others and to begin anew.

(A) The instudio guest was (The Rev. Dr.) Rayner W, Hesse, Jr., Pastor (known to most people as Rusty)-
St. John's Episcopal Church, 11 Wilmot Road, New Rochelle, NY 10804. For more info, call (914) 636-0047 or visit the website at http://www.stjohnswilmot.com. Rusty described the origins of Christmas, the changes in traditions, and the varying meanings ascribed to Christmas. Discussions ensued by co-hosts and Kelly Sisco and Dr. Jack Jaffe.

(B) The call-in guest was Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about the several usual triggers for stress during the holiday season and later in the show offered possible sollutions. Jack can be readhed at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com.

(C) A caller, Anthony Chiffolo, corretly answered the question posed by Fran - What are the 3 top-selling Christmas songs: (1) White Christmas (Bing Crosby) (2) The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting) (3) Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. He won 15 minutes to use as he would like (promotion, spread a message, discussion) on an upcoming Crisis Help Radio Show program.

(D) Throughout the evening, Kelly Sisco introduced favorite songs she selected from the 3 double CD sets called "Now That's Christmas." The songs included (1) The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas to You) or also subtitled Chestuts Roasting on an Open Fire (2) Let it Snow (Dean Martin) (3) Little Saint Nick (The Beach Boys) (4) Happy Xmas (JohnLennon and Yoko ONo) (5) Winter Wonderand (Louis Armstrong) (6) Run Rudoph, Run (Chuck Berry) (7) Little Drummer Boyu (Lou Rawls) (8) Feliz Navidad (Jose Feliciano) (9) Here comes Santa Claus (Elvis) (1) Jingle Bell Rock (Brenda Lee). Bonus songs were White Christmas (Bing Crosby) and Jinge Bells (Frank Sinatra). Ken Kline contributed 3 Jewish songs for Hanukkah - (1) Oh Hanukkah (2) Dreydl and (3) a song from the Frank London Orchestra.

Promotional ad played the day of 12/13/11
During the show were played clips from the theme song for the show - Side By Side, sung by Kay Starr and a promotional ad at the beginning of the show.
11/8/11 Pen and Performance

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco. Ken Kline and Kelly Sisco. The mainmessage of the show is that when a production has excellent writing coupled with outstanding performance the result can be superb, as in the case of the Drowsy Chaperone.

(A) From "The Drowsy Chaperone" musical presented at the theater at the North Castle Public Library by The Armonk Players and Pleasantville Music Theater from October 28 to November 13, 2011. - (1) Anthony Valbiro (director), Mauro Contrstano (Man in Chair), Kathleen Hart (Chaperone), Chris Jamison (Mrs. Tottendale), Mark Pierce (Underling), Debra Ablezer (Kitty). For more info on the show and its final 4 performances on Thursday 11/10 (8pm), Friday (8pm), Saturday (8pm)and Sunday (4pm). For more infogo to www.ArmonkPlayers.org, or email the director, Anthony Valbbiro, or email to fauxman@optonline.net. For theatre updates, go to theatregal53@aol.com.

(B) Debbie Bazza, stand-up comedian and comedy writer. She can be contacted at debbiei0909@ol.com.

(C) Kelly Sisco (singer, writer, dancer) and Kaitlyn Pierce (daughter of Mark Pierce)

The call-in guest were:

(A) Terry Greiss, Founder and Executive Director or Irondale Productions, Inc., and member since 1983. From the website www.irondale.org, the mission/vistion statement is: "Through the power of the ensemble process, Irondale creates and presents alive, compelling theater, performance, and education programs that challenge traditional assumptions about art, and help us to better interpret contemporary culture. The Irondale Center – our theater, laboratory, and classroom – is a home for ensemble artists of all disciplines and cultures, and a resource for our community." Terry discussed Irondale's founding and several accomplishments and the upcoming production of "Henry V" fom 11/22/11 to 12/10/11. Contact info: Telephone - 718-488-9233, email - Terry@irondale.org.

(B) Tracy Powell-Rudy (The Armonk Players) and co-producer of The Drowsy Chaperone.along with Ginny Light of Pleasantville Muci Theater.

(C)Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about the importance of writing and of meeting people as a way of dealing with adversty and crisis. Jack can be readhed at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com.

Tickets to the Drowsy Chaperone and to Henry V were offered to listeners but no one called to take advantage.
During the show clips from 4 songs were played (1) the theme song for the show - Side By Side, sung by Kay Starr and (2)songs from The Drowsy Chaperone - "Aswe Stumble Along," "Fancy Dress," __________________  
10/11/11 Seizing Opportunities

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco,Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline.The instudio guest was Noel Publiese, star of the makeover TLC cable show called "What Not to Wear" featuring Stacy London and Clinton Kelly, in its seventh season. The episode with Noel aired on ______________ and videoclips that are narrated by Stacy and Clinton can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxZhFkmPids. Noel is a hairdresser at Salon Atelier located at 133 Hillside Place, Eastchester, NY 10709. More info about the salon can be obtained via www.SalonAtelier.com or by calling 914.337.4949. Noel's website is at www.NoelPugliese.com and he email is glitterinair@yahoo.com.

The call-in guest was Matt Sellecchia, founder and ownerr of "Paws and Play Pet Resort and Training Center" located at 72 Marbledale Road, Tuckahoe, NY 1007. Paws and Play is a safe, clean and fun facility that cares for dogs by offering lodging, daycare, grooming and training. It is enjoying early success since opening on ________ as a result of the love and attention given to dogs and their owners by the staff of Paws and Play and the features of the facility. You can contact them at 914.337.2948 (Michele is the manager) or through theri website at www.PawsAndPlayPetResort.com.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com. A special message from Kelly Sisco (2 minutes, 50 seconds was aired at the beginning of the show along with the store's jingle, and the usual theme song "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr was not played.

During the show clips from 2 songs were played (1) the theme song for the show - Side By Side, sung by Kay Starr and (2) the theme song for the store Truly Yours, Kelly! with Kelly Sisco for main vocal and Tom Foley (guitar) and Fran Sisco (harmonica) as background vocals.

9/13/11 Positive Thinking

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco,Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline.The instudio guest was Elliot Glick, as a follow-up to his prior-month call-in. Elliott is a songwriter, singer, and guitarist and talked about his songwriting and songs on his new CD called Once Upon a Time, espectially those related to the theme of Positive Thinking.

The call-in guest was Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about caring for the elderly. Jack can be readhed at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack.

Other call-in guests included _________________________

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com. A special message from Kelly Sisco (2 minutes, 50 seconds was aired at the beginning of the show and the usual theme song "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr was not played.
During the show clips from 5 songs werre played. The CD is named Once Upon a Time and the music and lyrics were written by Elliot Glick. Members of the band include: (1) Elliott Glick - Guitar, vocals (2( John Guth - Guitars, bass, percussion, keyboards, talking drum (3) - Jon Burr - Acoustic bass (4) Jonathan Russell (Violin) (5) Vickie Russell (Vocals) (7) Theresa Sareo (Vocals). Clips from the following songs were played: (1) ___ (2) ____ (3) _____ (4)_____ (5)________(6)__________ (7)____________

For more info, go to wwwl.ElliottGlick.com. Also to play samples from and to order the CD, go to www.cdbaby.com and search on Elliott Glick or Once Upon a Time. For info about The Starving Artist Cafe and Galllery (located in City Island, NY), go to www.StarvingArtistOnline.com. Elliott's email is Elliott@StarvingArtistOnline.com

8/9/11
The Coming Meltdown

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco and Tom Sullivan.Ther were no instudio guests.

The call-in guest was Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about caring for the elderly. Jack can be readhed at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack.

 
The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com. A special message from Kelly Sisco (2 minutes, 50 seconds was aired at the beginning of the show and the usual theme song "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr was not played.

During the show clips from 5 songs werre played. The CD is named Once Upon a Time and the music and lyrics were written by Elliot Glick. Members of the band include: (1) Elliott Glick - Guitar, vocals (2( John Guth - Guitars, bass, percussion, keyboards, talking drum (3) - Jon Burr - Acoustic bass (4) Jonathan Russell (Violin) (5) Vickie Russell (Vocals) (7) Theresa Sareo (Vocals).

Songs used for clips are (1) Right Before Your Eyes (2) When You Smile (3) Listen to Your Heart and (4) When You Smile and (5) Like I Do Tonight.

For more info, go to wwwl.ElliottGlick.com. Also to play samples from and to order the CD, go to www.cdbaby.com and search on Elliott Glick or Once Upon a Time.

For info about The Starving Artist Cafe and Galllery (located in City Island, NY), go to www.StarvingArtistOnline.com

7/12/11
Caring for the Elderly

The co-hosts were Fran Sisco, Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline. Ther were no instudio guests.

The call-in guest were:(1) Debbie mcLeroy of the New Rochelle Office of the Aged, located at the Hugh . Doyle center, Davis Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10801. You can contact the Office of the Aging at 914.813.6000 and at the website www.CityOfNewRochelleNY.com.

(2) Mary Blanchett, President of Mary Blanchett & Associates, Inc. Mary created the company to empower LGBT adults to pre-plan to protect themselves and their relationships in case of an emergency and offer advocacy for caregivers with long term care dilemmas. She received a Masters’ Degree in Health Service Administration, and is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator with 27 years of experience in long term care. Mary was interviewed for the “Plan Your Life” article in March 2011’s Curve Magazine, a National lesbian publication. Her contact info is:email - Mary@GayLifePlanning.com
web site - www.GayLifePlanning.com
email - MaryBlanchettandAssociates@gmail.com
cell - 718-809-0313

(3) Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered insights about caring for the elderly. Jack can be readhed at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com. A special message from Kelly Sisco (2 minutes, 50 seconds was aired at the beginning of the show and the usual theme song "Side by Side" sung by Kay Starr was not played.
Prerecording audio clips were played of various home health aides as follows: Latricia McCullers, Evelyn Ofori, Esther Frema and Kelly-Ann Granville (not completed on air).
 
6/14/11

Making it happen, despite the crisis.

The show was conducted by co-host Ken Kline, and assisted by guest co-host Kelly Sisco. Ken interviewed the 3 members of the MSM Trio, from the Manhattan School of Music:: (1) Violin - KATHY KANG (2) Cellist - DIMITRIJS SUDAREVS and (3) Piano - JU YOUNG PARK. . WE PLAYED THEIR RECENT RECORDING OF MENDELSSOHN PIANO TRIO #1 OPUS 49 IN D MINOR. More info about the MSM Trio at: kangviolin@gmail.com.

Essay by Fran Sisco
Making it! - Carmen and Manila, of Drag U, hold court at La Pomme.
by Fran Sisco
Copyright 2011 Fran Sisco
You just got to meet these girls from "Drag U", Manila and Carmen. They are magical together. Very bright, witty and funny. And beautiful, so beautiful. I envision them in the not-too-distant future emceeing a prime time television variety show, with the whole country watching like was the case in the 1950s with the Ed Sullivan Show. In the meantime, anyone needing a vivacious pair to enliven an event should consider Manila and Carmen.

When I received an invitation in May from Outprofessionals (a large NYC-based LGBT organization) for the networking mixer showcasing two of RuPaul's Drag U professors, I felt I should RSVP right away in case it sold out at LaPomme on 26th Street in Chelsea. But then I remembered my once-monthly "Crisis Help Radio Show" was that night, broadcast from the WVOX radio studio in New Rochelle in Westchester County. How could I do both? Then I let my fantasies run and envisioned incorporating the Drag U professors into my show via a call in.

That evening's radio show topic was "Making it as a way out of crisis. In the studio, my co-host Ken Kline interviewed members of the M-S-M Trio, and played a Mendelssohn song the three young excellent musicians recorded on their new CD. The trio (violin, cello and piano) are so amazingly gifted that you get stunned by the beauty of their music. My other co-host, Tom Sullivan was not able to be in the studio as he was en route from the airport. So there I was in my car heading into Manhattan from a client meeting in Queens, listening to Ken, the M-S-M-Trio and my daughter Kelly sharing ideas about how to follow your passion and do something important using your talents. It clicked. I pulled up to LaPomme with four minutes left of my radio show, signed in at the door, rushed inside to see Manila Luzon (aka Karl Westerberg) and Carmen Carrera (aka Christopher Roman) commenting on clips from Drag U episodes on huge overhead screens. In the clips, transgender women were showing genetic women how to bring out their inner diva and to be sexier women. Ironic, no? I asked Carmen, who was nearer to me if she could go outside, where it was quieter, and talk with the radio audience about the newfound success being a Professor on Drag U. In the three minutes left of air time, Carmen explained how it "took a lot of courage and creativity" to seize the moment when asked to join the Drag U show as a professor, after losing on Drag Race. She said it is her "job to make the biological women feel comfortable with their beauty and sexuality" and she loves doing it. I was thrilled to meet Manila and Carmen and thrilled that my fantasy of having them on my show was realized. When I went back inside and saw how these two awesome girls held the room of eighty people captivated for an hour, I realized that they were indeed doing something they love - being women, helping others and all the while entertaining people and making everyone happy. What a gift!

 

Fran Sisco called in from location at 7:55pm from LaPomme (club on 26th Street, Chelsea section, NYC) and spoke with the beautiful Professor Carmen Carrera, at which a lively party was in progress, sponsored by OutProfessionals (NY's largest LGBT organization of professionals) and featuring "Professors"Manila (aka Karl Westerberg) and Carmen Carrera (aka Christopher Roman) from RuPaul's spectacular reality show called "Drag U" starting its second season on Logo cable channel. (More info is at http://www.logotv.com/shows/rupauls_drag_u/season_2/series.jhtml
The call in guests were (1) Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author of two novels ( "Land of Dreams" and "Hobgoblins," published by AuthorHouse, who commented on the importance of persistence, talent and passion in increasing the chances for success.and (2) Carmen Carrera from Drag U as cited above.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com

Music that was played included (1) the theme song "Side by Side," sung by Kay Starr. (2) Mendelson's pieces from the CD of the MSM Trio as described above and (3) Jingle called "Something Special for Everyone" from sponsor "Truly Yours, Kelly! "

(No videotape taken of the show (except live video on wvox.com)

Click below for link to the essay at right (as edited by Brie Austin, founder of TG Reporter, an outstanding online magazine for showcasing the transgender community.

http://www.tgreporter.com/master/multisites/usa/index.php/new-york/item/116-making-it

 

5/10/11
Using music to impact others and deal with crisis.
The instudio guest was Kelly Sisco, owner and manager of "Truly Yours, Kelly" and daughter of host, Fran Ssico. Ken Kline cohosted and Tom Sullivan could not cohost due to a wok commmitment.The call-in guests were(1) Leila (contact her via her website at www.leilasworld.com or via facebool.com/leilasworld) and seveal songs from her new double CD "Soul Ascension" were played and discussed. (1)The in studio guests were (1) Ruth Handel, poet and manager of the Poetry Caravan, an organization of 30 poets who visit hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living and senior care facilities and read poetry, often original and (2) ) Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered comments on positive thinking and the power of communicating by musci and song. and (3) Scott Icebrand, chief operating officer of Hells Kiitchen Flea Maket, located on West 39th Street, between 9th and 10th Avenues in Manhattan, and a detailed dicussion happened about HKFM and the eclectic nature of the items fom over 50 vendors. HKFM is open on Satudays and Sundays (with food from gourmet vendors only on the second Sunday of eacg month. More info is on www.hellskitchenfleamarket.com.
4/12/11

Taxes and money

 

The instudio guests were (1)The in studio guests were (1) Ruth Handel, poet and manager of the Poetry Caravan, an organization of 30 poets who visit hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living and senior care facilities and read poetry, often original and (2) Charlotte Walsh, poet and a founding member of the Poetry Caravan, started seven years ago. Ruth read her poem entitled "Fibbing the Numbers" and a poem written by Wendell Berry entitled “The Peace of Wild Things.” Charlotte read her poem entitled "Each Day: and a poem written by Gary Snyder called "How Poetry Comes to Me ."

The call-in guests were:

(1) Ken Dline, co host. Ken read Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken"

(3) Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. Dr. Jaffe offered strategies to fight procrastination and made several humorous quips and told tax stories.

For the first time on radio, Tom Sullivan sang his newly-created song parody called "Libya o Libya"" with a karaoke version of Groucho Marx song " Lydia the Tattooed Lady," wirtten by Harold Arlen and Uip Harburg, who also wrote The Wizard of Oz score.

Fran Sisco read poems and songs including "About th eRoad Not Taken," George Harrison's "Tax Man," and a portion of Raye Divies of the Kinks' "Well Respected Man."

Click below for mp3 of Libya Song Parody recorded at WVOX Studio on 4/22/10

Copyright 2011 Tom Sullivan



( Parody of Lydia, the Tatooed Lady by Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg )

Libya, o Libya, we're invading Libya
Moammar Ghadafi's crazy
He's a guy that men adore so
But the rebels say no more so
Libya, o Libya, I fractured my tibia
While landing on Tripoli's shores
Ghadafi's a colonel for 40 long years
He'll never make general or so it appears
The test was so hard it reduced him to tears
But he's still in charge of Libya

La la la...la la la
La la la...la la la

When his hair is uncurled, he'll start ruling the world
If we stand back and let him go
His name's Moammar, he's become quite a star
But you can call him Moe

La la la...la la la
La la la...la la la

Libya, o Libya, I'll tell you a fibya
Barack knows just what he is doing
All our soldiers are in traction
From this little police action
Libya, o Libya, the kids in their cribya
Say Libya's the place they call home
The country's so lovely your heart skips a beat
The girls are the pride of the whole Arab street
And in their new burkahs, they look awfully sweet
It's a shame we're bombing Libya

La la la...la la la
La la la...la la la

Come along and see the U.N. impose sanctions
As we try to make Moammar walk the planktions
Maybe we can send Colonel Moe to the Amazon
Said Mrs. Clinton with pantsuit pajamas on

La la la...la la la
La la la...la la la

Make him an apprentice so Trump can just boot him
Send him to Alaska where Palin can shoot him
Put him on The View with Elizabeth Hasselback
Anywhere at all just as long as he can't come back

La la la...la la la
La la la...la la la

Libya, o Libya, you big lobsterbibya
Then Libya we'll bring our boys home
We're getting real tired of this foreign war jazz
A place like America no one else has
We'll just throw Ghadafi in old Alcatraz
And we'll say to hell with Libya

I said Libya ( He said Libya)
They said Libya, we said Libya, la la!
3/8/11

Reinventng Oneself -Part 2

 

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and co-host Tom Sullivan. Ken Kline was in California with relatives, yet called in.

The instudio guests was Maureen Morris and her daughter Diane Spizzirro. Maureen is founder of Success-Image, a Larchmont NY firm spcializing in helping people with career changes. The firm is located at 156 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538 (tel 914.834.3359, the website is www.successimage-careers.com). The email addresses are maureen@successimage-careers.com and diane@successimage-careers.com. Diane is a counselor with Success Image and also is Assistant Director of Counseling and Career Services with The Colllege of New Rochelle. Diane is a Nationally Certified Counselor, a New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor and an Executive Career Development Counselor/Coach as well as being a certified MBTI trainer. On the show, Maureen described her tool called "Success Scope" which focuses on people's successes. Diane and Maureen shared stroies of interesting reinventions and helpful key steps to take in dealing with change.

The call in guests were: (1) Hybrid Rose, dance instructor, who can be reached at her website www.hybrid1.webs.com or by email at lco.osborne151@gmail.com. (She talked of her latest reinvention as a burlesqe and exotic dancer.) and (2) Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com. The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

2/8/11

Reinventng Oneself -Part 1

 

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and co-hosts Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline.
The instudio guests was Anne Marie Ditta, Officer of Strategy & Development of The Emanuel Foundation, 388 Fort Hill Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583 (website is www.theemanuelfoundation.org, cell - 917.576.2821) and in private practice as a Career Coach at 9 Nother Pearl Street, Suite 404H, Port Chester, NY 10573. Her email is amditta@g,ao;/cp, The mission statement for the Emanuel Foundation includes the following: To develop an international membership and professional community that inspire interpersonal relationships rooted in core Biblical values. To build and bridge a worldwide social network that offers valuable resources and tools to boost self-esteem and self-sufficiency within all people.
The call-in guests were:
(1) Hybrid Rose, dance instructor, who can be reached at her website www.hybrid1.webs.com or by email at lco.osborne151@gmail.com.
(2) Diane Spizzirro, Counselor with Success Image, located at 156 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538 (tel 914.834.3359, email is diane@successimage-careers.com, website is www.successimage-careers.com) and Assistant Director of Counseling and Career Services with The Colllege of New Rochelle. Diane is a Nationally Certified Counselor, a New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor and an Executive Career Development Counselor/Coach as well as being a certified MBTI trainer.
(3) Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist, assistant professor at Columbia University and City University in NY, and author of two books. Jack can be reached at via his website at www.jaffeauthor.com or by email at irack@aol.com.

 

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included the theme song "Side by Side," sung by Kay Starr and an excerpt from "Firework" by Katy Perry hear the beginning and the end of the show.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Very positive lyrics from the song at are to be discussed on the next show are as follows: (Source - internet website at:

http://www.directlyrics.com/katy-perry-firework-lyrics.htm

++++++++++++++++++++

Do you ever feel like a plastic bag
Drifting throught the wind
Wanting to start again

Do you ever feel, feel so paper thin
Like a house of cards
One blow from caving in

Do you ever feel already buried deep
Six feet under scream
But no one seems to hear a thing

Do you know that there's still a chance for you
Cause there's a spark in you

You just gotta ignite the light
And let it shine
Just own the night
Like the Fourth of July

Cause baby you're a firework
Come on show 'em what you're worth
Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!"
As you shoot across the sky-y-y

Baby you're a firework
Come on let your colors burst
Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!"
You're gunna leave 'em fallin' down-own-own

You don't have to feel like a waste of space
You're original, cannot be replaced
If you only knew what the future holds
After a hurricane comes a rainbow

 

Maybe you're reason why all the doors are closed
So you could open one that leads you to the perfect road
Katy Perry Firework lyrics found on http://www.directlyrics.com/katy-perry-firework-lyrics.html

Like a lightning bolt, your heart will blow
And when it's time, you'll know

You just gotta ignite the light
And let it shine
Just own the night
Like the Fourth of July

Cause baby you're a firework
Come on show 'em what you're worth
Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!"
As you shoot across the sky-y-y

Baby you're a firework
Come on let your colors burst
Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!"
You're gonna leave 'em all in awe-awe-awe"

Boom, boom, boom
Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon
It's always been inside of you, you, you
And now it's time to let it through

Cause baby you're a firework
Come on show 'em what your worth
Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!"
As you shoot across the sky-y-y

Baby you're a firework
Come on slet your colors burst
Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!"
You're gonna leave 'em all in awe-awe-awe

Boom, boom, boom
Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon
Boom, boom, boom
Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon

1/1/11 Transition, including gender transition.

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and co-hosts Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline. The instudio guests were (1) Li Osborne who described transitioning from corporated employee to self-employed dance instructor and more expressive of her femininity (2) Kelly Sisco, owner of Truly Yours, Kelly!, who discussed overcoming some of her issues including OCD as helped by her operating and a business, and also discussed the challlenges of having a transgender father (3) Chris DiGiorgio, founder of S.A.F.E (___________), sponsor of various seminar and meditation groups. Call in guests included (1) Pam Hoffman, wife of a a man who was recently disabled by ha stroke (2) Dr. Jack Jaffe, psychologist and auhtor (who was recently widowed (3) Brie Austin, transgender advocate who discussed many aspects of gender transition.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included the theme song "Side by Side," sung by Kay Starr.

12/14/10

Stress during the holiday season.

The show focused on stress during the holiday season and ways to reduce it. The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and co-hosts Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline.

In-studio guests (and their contact info) were:

(1) Dr. Paul Moglia, psychologist (914.964.0336)

(2) Mike Macagnone, publisher of Worthies magazine and author of the recent article "How Not to Stress For Any Holiday." (www.Worthiescom, office - 914.664.6083, cell - 914.330.2877)
(3) Steve Gottlieb, empowerment agent and healer and practitioner of Emotion Freedom Technique (www.StevenGHealing.com and 914.997.7873)

 

The call-in guests (and their contact info) were:

(1) Heather Powell, actor/singer, (919.524.4752) talking wbout her duo with Merrie Nell Spence 407.595.1023) and their show, tourning nationally, called "Lipstick and Camouflage."

(2) Chris, a frequent listener of WVOX

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included : (1) the show's theme song "Side by Side," sung by Kay Starr (2) "We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Instrumental performed by The Starlite Orchestra & Singers - Song 1 on Disc 1 of the 3-disc set called "The Spirit of Christmas." (3) song parody - "Sarah Palin Shot Rudolph the Reindeer" written and sung live by Tom Sullivan, along with music played on karaoke CD and group singing "Prayer of St. Francis" (music version by Sebatian-Temple). (sung for Elizabeth Sachs, currently in the hospital).

To play the videoclip (or to pause it), just click on the button below. Enjoy!
Video of Tom Sullivan singing his song parody in WVOX studio on 12.14.10

Song Parody - mp3 of "Sarah Palin shot Rudolf the Reindeer"

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Sent: Thu, Dec 9, 2010 11:06 pm
Subject: Song parody I wrote

(and email to Fran(k) Sisco on 12/15/10) to ideasmoney@aol.com

Copyright 2010 Tom Sullivan

To the tune of "Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer"

Chorus: Sarah Palin shot Rudolf the Reindeer
Flying through the air on Christmas Eve
You may think you've seen too much of Sarah
But I believe that girl will never leave

From the frozen state, Alaska
Comes a girl that we all know
Got a question, well, just aska
And she will answer on your TV show

She met Todd way back in high school
Soon he asked her for a date
And because she thought he was cool
His offer she did not refudiate

Chorus: Sarah Palin - - -

On Christmas Eve she waits for Santa
She waits as quiet as a mouse
And as he's flying over Russia
She sees him from the bedroom in her house

Rudolf's nose is like a beacon
His reflexes like a cat
Sarah aims and fires and shoots him
For she found out he is a Democrat

Chorus: Sarah Palin - - -

And now Rudolf's feeling better
He survived his great ordeal
He will fly again next Christmas
Instead of being Sarah's tasty meal

Come and lead us, Sarah Palin
Get your gun down from the shelf
Do it now, our country's ailin
And take out some subversive little elf

Chorus: Sarah Palin shot Rudolf the Reindeer
Flying through the air on Christmas Eve
You may think you've seen too much of Sarah
But I believe that girl will never leave
Yes I believe that girl will never leave

11/09/10

Do-it-yourself vs getting help from others.

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and co-hosts Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline. Nancy Cetta joined midway. The instudio guests were (1) Shelly Gartner who discussed his recently created song parody called "I Kissed a Goy," paroding the Katy Perry song called "I Kissed a Girl" and (2) Nancy Cetta who discussed practical examples dealing with the show's theme. The call in guests was Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author of two novels ( "Land of Dreams" and "Hobgoblins," published by AuthorHouse, who commented on kety steps in making decisions, including being guided by facilitators. For more info, visit www.jaffeauthor.co.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included the theme song "Side by Side," sung by Kay Starr.

10/12/10

Smiling through the crisis.

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and co-hosts Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline. The call in guests were (1) Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author of two novels ( "Land of Dreams" and "Hobgoblins," published by AuthorHouse, who commented on the importance of humor in dealing with stress For more info, visit www.jaffeauthor.com and and (2) Sherry Davey, comedian and comedy writer, who shared ideas and jokes about this financial crisis and stress in general. For more info, visit www.SherryDavey.com. Tom Sullivan shared several jokes he wrote.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included the theme song "Side by Side," sung by Kay Starr.

9/14/2010

Key steps for crisis prevention.

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and co-hosts Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline. The in-studio guests were (1) Rob Basso, entrepreneur, small businessman and advocate for dealing with business crisis, (contact at www.BassoOnBusiness.com) and (2) Danny Gray, musician and songwriter Call-in listener, John, discussed the benefits of moving from a high-cost state to a lower-cost state.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. The theme song was played as background to a radio ad about the Consignment Auction Night event on 10/2/10 starting at 6p,. More info is at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included the theme song "Side by Side."

8/10/2010

Dealing with change effectively can help dealing with crisis.

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and co-hosts Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline. The call-in guest was Ian Harvie, trans comedian who lives in California and has undergone 2 significant changes (1) transitioned his gender from female to male and (2) moved from rurual Maine to Los Angeles.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. The theme song was not played as usual, but is included on the website at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included the theme song "Side by Side."

7/13/2010

Comedy is an important way to relieve stree, express yourself, communiate with others and deal with crisis.

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and co-hosts Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline. In-studio guests included (1) David Steven Simon, comedy writer and creator of many televion shows (2) Sarah Young, writer, ventriolquist and performance artist and ther mini-me dummy Allie and (3) Steven Kline (son of Ken).

Call-in guests - (1) Shelly Gartner, singer-songwirieter and musician (piano).

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. The theme song was not played as usual, but is included on the website at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included the theme song "Side by Side," and songs by Shelly Gartner: (1) Money (2) I Got a Dog and (3) Extremeties and Us.

6/8/2010

The Apple iPad (a magical and revolutionary product at an unbelievable price) can be an important tool to creatively increase business income, develop new services, and improve skills and acumen.

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and Kelly Sisco, who opened it. (Tom Sullivan, co-host, was attending a middle school event at which his younger daughter was accepting an award. Ken Kline, periodice co-host, was off to attand an event in Manhattan.) There were no in-studio guests, but 2 call-in guests.

Call-in guests - (1) Brian Desrosier, owner of Computer SuperCenter of Greenwich,located at 103 Mason Street, Greenwich CT 06830. Contact Brian and staff at 203.661.1700 or at info@computersupercenter.com, or visit their website at www.computersupercenter.com and (2) Jim M., a New Rochelle resident.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. The theme song was not played as usual, but is included on the website at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included the theme song "Side by Side."

5/11/2010

Writing can be a meaningful way to cope with crisis and to connect to the past and to loved ones.

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco and Tom Sullivan. (Ken Kline was off for his son's birthday.)In-studio guests - (1) David A. Steinberg, author of "Hiking the Road to Ruins," a hiking guide published by Rivergate Books, an imprint of Rutgers University Press (2) Kevin L. Hayes, author of "Joy of My Heart - A Saint Patrick's Day Tale,"illustrated by Bud Boccone and published by Xlibris (3) Pam Mickatavage, author of "Mom's Time Out," and illustrated by Anthony Valbiro and (4) Kelly Sisco, author of the monthly column called "Shopkeeper Tales" that appears in the complimentary magazine "Worthies" throughout Westchester County.

Call-in guests - (1) Jack Jaffe, psychologist and author of "Land of Dreams", published by AuthorHouse, and other writings, including a journal about his deceased wife, Irma. For more info, visit www.jaffeauthor.com and (2) Nathaniel Goldberg, poet, musician and author of a collection of poems called "Musings of a Madman."

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. The theme song was played and is included on the website at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played included the theme song "Side by Side" and the theme song and jingle for Truly Yours, Kelly.

4/13/2010

(1) Last minute tax tips before filing (2) Using the iPad to enhance skills and increase business in order to better cope with the current crisis.

The show was conducted by Frank Sisco, Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline. In-studio guest - Kelly Sisco who is (1) owner and manager of Truly Yours, Kelly!, a sponsor and candidate for the Apple iPad and (2) an expert on the Apple iPhone. Call-in guests - (1) Luis, a Tiier One (beginner level) tech support person with Apple Computer for iPhones (but not an owner of the iPhone or the iPad, and not a good example of an Apple evangelist.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. The theme song was played and is included on the website at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played besides the theme song "Side by Side" (1) "Don't tell your eyes" by Joseph Arthur on the "Nuclear Daydream" CD, when testing the Shazam application on the iPhone.

3/9/2010

Coping with Change on a Personal Level, especially the loss of a job, a decline in a business or a severe finaancial loss, and using helping organizations.

In-studio guest - Roberta Leiner. Interview with Roberta Leiner, manager of Connect-to Care, a unit of the UJA Federation of New York. Connect-to-Care resources can be accessed by phone to 1.877.852.6951 or by email to connecttocare@wjcs.com or via the web at www.ujafedny.org/connect-to-care. The interview was done by Frank Sisco, Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline who arranged the guest appearance.

Call-in guests - (1) T erry, a Westchester County magazine publisher who has several small business clients who are coping with change.) (2) Diane, a Tarrytown resident who is providing emotional support to her husband who has been laid -off from is financial services industry job.(3) Brandon, a Queens, NY resident who has a friend recently unemployed in the graphics arts business.

The sponsor was Truly Yours, Kelly!, a unique gift shop and consignment store located in the Crestwood section of Tuckahoe, NY. The theme song was played and is included on the website at www.TrulyYoursKelly.com.

Music that was played besides the theme song "Side by Side" including (1) "Tax Man" by George Harrison and the Beatlles and (3) Look for the Silver Lining.

2/9/2010 Three parts (1) Changes in radio and televsion industries per Interview with David Hinckley byTom Sullivan and Frank Sisco, prerecorded on 2/2/10 (2) Discussion of Connect to Care, part of UJA (3) Tax developments and strategies

Focus of show was on change - in radio and televsion, in getting help and in taxes.

The three parts are: (1) Changes in radio and televsion industries per Interview with David Hinckley byTom Sullivan and Frank Sisco, prerecorded on 2/2/10 (2) Discussion of Connect to Care, part of UJA, led by Ken Kline (3) Tax developments and strategies .(primarily income tax but also some discussion of income tax including the new tax act provisions, Roth conversion homebuyer credits, etc. Most information was provided by Frank Sisco with Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline making comments and asking questions. There were towin-studio guests: (1) Steve Serwatka, CPA (203-550-7718) and (2) Ken Kline, marketing expert- (tel 917.751.7707 and at www.DriveTimeNetwork.com. There was one Call in guest (Tony of Stamford regarding rolllover IRAs.)

Music that was played besides the theme song "Side by Side" including (1) "Tax Man" by George Harrison and the Beatlles and (2) "Sunny Afternoon" by the Kinks.

2/2/2010 Interview with David Hinckley byTom Sullivan and Frank Sisco

25 minute interview with David Hinckley, columnist for radio and television for the New York Daily News. The interview covered topics in the news including (a) recent changes in hosts for late night talk shows (b) aspects of reporting (c) changes in the industries, including how the internet is affecting radio and television, satellite radio, etc. (d) personalities and (e) examples of radio programs.

1/12/2010 Taxes can be fun.

Focus of show was on taxes (primarily income tax but also some discussion of income tax including the new tax act provisions, audits and tax notices, ways to reduce taxes, etc. Also discussed were estate taxes, sales taxes, real estate taxes and other taxes. Most information was provided by Frank Sisco with Tom Sullivan and Ken Kline making comments and asking questions. There was one in-studio guest (Ken Kline is marketing expert- (tel 917.751.7707) at www.DriveTimeNetwork.com. There was one Call in guest (Nick regarding Alternative Minimum Tax.)

Music that was played besides the theme song "Side by Side" including (1) "Tax Man" by George Harrison and the Beatlles and (2) "Sunny Afternoon" by the Kinks.

12/9/2009 How to market your small business in this crisis, particularly during the holiday season. .

(1) In studio guest: Ken Klein, marketing expert- (tel 917.751.7707) at www.DriveTimeNetwork.comCall in guest - (2) Terri Vitale, publisher of the quarterly magazine called "Fabulous and Frugal," with both guest covering topics including advertising, marketing, the use of print advertising, direct mail, event marketing, public relations, etc. Also, discussion of marketing activities of the sponsor, "Truly Yours, Kelly!" - a unique gift shop selling a combination of new and consigned merchandise in Tuckahoe, NY, owned by Kelly Sisco (Frank's daughter). During the show, the store's theme song was played.

11/10/09 Callers' questions about the crisis, and dealing with it.

In studio guest:Steve Serwatka, CPA, with an office in Greenwich, CT (Tel 203.550.7718) . Call-in guests included (1) Ed Patti (question about unemployment (2) Mr. Cam (comment about the political aspect of economic cycles and (3) Jim Maffucci (question about why it is tougher economically for families than it was 30 years ago.

10/13/09 Using jingles and musical commercials
to stimulate business (with TYK draft song)

In studio guests: (1) Kelly Sisco, owner of  Truly Yours, Kelly! located at 269-271 Columbus Ave.Tuckahoe, NY 10707 914.361.1149 www.TrulyYoursKelly.com (2) Joe Geraghty  (914.582.3177) (3) Ken Kline  (917.751.7707) (4) Steve Mayo  (914.806.0904) (5) Tom Foley  (914.489.3574) Call in guest: Rob Mounsey,  song producer, composer,  arranger, writer, musician, etc. (www.robmounsey.com)

9/8/09 Using music to reduce stress In studio guests: (1) Nathaniel Goldberg (Papahawk - musician, singer, poet, songwriter) and spouse Adrianna. Call in guests: (1) Bobbi Tammaro, producer, composer, musician - www.funkeeboymusic.com (2) Connie Tomaino, Executive Director of Institute for Music and Neurologic Function - www.MusicHasPower.org (3) (3) Evan LeFloch, mortgage professional with Warshaw Capital in Stamford, CT, 203.708.0001 (4) Don Gray, lyricist, son is Danny Gray, composer and pianist - www.dannygray.com.
8/11/09 Small business (2 of 2)

In studio guests:(1) Kelly Sisco, owner of   Truly Yours, Kelly!located at   269-271 Columbus Ave. Tuckahoe, NY 10707, 914.361.1149,   www.TrulyYoursKelly.com (2) Pat DeGiorgio, owner of home improvements business and CPA, 914.882.2489 (3) Evan LeFloch, mortgage professional with Warshaw Capital in Stamford, CT, 203.708.0001(No call in guests)

7/14/09 Small business (1 of 2)

In studio guests: (1) Steve Serwatka, CPA (2) Ron Newman, owner of   the Village Launderette   in Eastchester, NY. Call-in guests: (1) Tony Aversano (Fish Bowl Pets), (2) Dr.Benn Lieberman   (South   Bedford Oral &   Maxillofacial   Surgery) (3) Tony O’Sullivan (owner   of Stephen’s Green) (4) Jim Maffucci (5) Steve Gottlieb   (Long term   care specialist).

6/9/09 The Great Depression In-studio guest include Steve Gottlieb and Kelly Sisco. Includes prerecorded interview with Joe Franklin on 6/3/09, and live call-in guest seniors Joe Kramer, Steve Acunto and Jeanne Maffucci. Includes Depression-era songs such as Side By Side, Brother Can You Spare a Dime. Look for the Silver Lining,
1/20/09 Various questions to Frank regarding money and the crisis.
1/13/09  
1/6/09  
12/23/08  
12/16/08 Frank relates story about a client's involvement with Bernard Madoff, and informaiton regarding Ponzi schemes.
12/9/08  
12/2/08 Various financial planning suggestions.
 
Note regarding music: In the beginning and ending of several shows is the playing of "Nueva Vida," (which means New Life in Spanish), produced by Julius Melendez and on his excellent CD called "Passion and Romance." Contact us and we can arrange for your purchase of it.

 

 

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