The Week Of
FEBRUARY 1, 2016

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Episode - #0337 (57:24)
Mike Wolfe from Idaho has an extremely hairy back. But with the help of his friend, Tyler Harding, he's turned it into art, which you can display year round in the form of a calendar called Calendhair. Part of the proceeds from the calendar go to Gates of Hope Foundation, which empowers youth in Kenya and refugee youth in Boise, Idaho through education.
Former criminal defence attorney and author Ron Irwin has released his latest book entitled Mass Murders in America. It presents a detailed rendition of 30 of the deadliest mass murders in American history from "The Walk of Death" in Camden, New Jersey in 1949 to the still simmering carnage at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California just last year.
What's it like to be a nanny? We put that question to the Windy City Nanny, Florence Ann Romano. She's the author of Nanny and Me.
This week's opening slate is presented by Mark Silverman, Strategy Director at Critical Mass.
Music heard on this week's show includes:
  • Soulful Strut - Grover Washington Jr. (opening theme)
  • Something In Common - Bobby Brown (liner music)
  • Last Call - Jr. Walker & The All Stars (liner music)
  • Stink - John Lurie (closing theme)
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