- The Lisa Tolliver Show airs at noon, ET on New York Radio WVOX 1460 AM and www.wvox.com,
- We're 11 days into National Poetry Month (access my National Poetry Month-related posts and show roundups), and
- We're 10 days into the 2007 baseball season (access my baseball-related posts and show roundups), and
- Most of us have survived 2007''s two biggest days of foolishness: April Fool's Day (April 1st) and the "Imus in the Morning" Fools' Day (April 4), which like scene from Groundhog Day or the Energizer bunny, seems to keep going and going. Regarding the latter, the question is: what will be the fates of the "wrinkled-up old buzzard" of broadcasting, Don "I-man" Imus, and his "bald-headed stooge," producer-sidekick Bernard McGuirk?
A MESSAGE ON BEHALF OF OUR SPONSOR: The 23rd Honoree in the United States Postal Service “Literary Arts” series is poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. For baseball and history lovers, the USPS Commemorative Stamps Program also offers a Baseball Sluggers series, which features Roy ("Campy") Campanella, "Hammerin' " Hank Greenberg, switch-hitter Mickey Mantle, and high-kicker Mel Ott.
NEXT SHOW(S) HEADS-UP: Join me again on April 25 via New York Radio WVOX 1460 AM, www.wvox.com or the call-in line at (01) 914.636.0110. From 11:30-noon, I'll be hosting SCORE Radio: Counselors to America's Small Business (here's my SCORE profile) and from high noon-12:30, I'll be hosting the Lisa Tolliver Show.
IN THE INTERIM: if you're listening, I'm listening. Talk with me!