Chris addresses the Phillies slow start and talks about the opening series in Pittsburgh with Manager Charlie Manuel. He discusses the alledged Republican “war on women” on the Monday Morning Matchup with Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe and to Politico Reporter Mike Allen about “Inside the Circus”, and e-book he co-authored about the Republican Primary Campaign for President.
Chris checks in on the media coverage following the FBI raid on Congressman Chaka Fattah’s son and the case against the Black Madam. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Seth Everett to preview Spring Training, and Adam Ferrara, who will be appearing at Helium Comedy Club this weekend.
Garry Cobb tells the Randall Cunningham and Whitney Houston story from his point of view.
A western Michigan man whose son was killed while serving in the military has burned a replica of New Jersey’s flag to protest that state’s decision to lower it in honor of performer Whitney Houston.
Chris talks about the ongoing issue of Rick Santorum’s personal beliefs being attacked by the media, the funeral of Whitney Houston that took place over the weekend and the closing of the popular Philadelphia cigar bar, Mahogany on Walnut.
Whitney Houston was laid to rest Sunday at a brief private ceremony in New Jersey, the end of a weekend that saw the pop star’s family and friends gather at a star-studded funeral to mourn her loss while celebrating her career.
MT. HOLLY, N.J. (CBS) – Two-time Grammy-nominated artist Eric Roberson performed before a packed crowd at the Firehouse Café in Mt. Holly Friday night. It was mixed feelings for the crowd and for Eric as […]
Today on the show Chris discussed the lack of debt relief in the country with Steve Cordasco, the Celebrity Appentice with Penn Jillette and the ongoing debate of contraception in the country between Republicans and Democrats.
Today, flags in New Jersey will be lowered to half-staff in memory of Whitney Houston and there are new details on funeral services for the legendary singer.
5:41 Rick Santorum called the Obama Administration elite snobs for limiting healthcare decisions. 5:44 The Obama campaign team is now turning their attention to Rick Santorum. 5:58 Frontman of Megadeth, Dave Mustaine, endorsed Rick Santorum […]
Chris re-evaluates the debate over contraception. He talks to Penn Associate Professor Justin McDaniel about his class in monastacism and to Tom McGrath, editor of Philadelphia Magazine.
Chris talks to Lawyer, Gregory Gianforcaro, about the latest rulings in favor of Jerry Sandusky and Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick on President Obama’s 2013 budget. He also discusses Nancy Grace insinuating someone else played a role in Whitney Houston’s death and Tony Bennett using the tragedy to call for the legalization of drugs.
Whitney Houston’s funeral will be held Saturday in the church where she first showcased her singing talents as a child, her family choosing to remember her in a private service rather than in a large event at an arena.
While it will take weeks to determine exactly what took her life, one thing is certain: prescription drug abuse in this country is a growing problem.
A tribute to the late Don Cornelius and Whitney Houston was staged in front of the Art Museum this afternoon. It’s an attempt to break the world record for the longest Soul Train Dance Line. The record is 211 in a dance line.