Matthew Silverman, author of Swinging ’73; Baseball’s Wildest Season, returns to Comfortably Zoned Radio. Topics of discussion include, the ’73 World Series, Ron Blomberg, the current Mets, Fritz Peterson’s upcoming movie, and Baseball uniform numbers.
Brother Scott returns to Comfortably Zoned Radio, and shares stories of his recent visit to Viet Nam, and Cambodia. Topics include, “surviving driving”… both there, and here.
Peter Golenbock, author of nine New York Times best sellers, discuss everything from Andy Robestelli, to Dane, and Garth Iorg.
Ralph Zig Tyko, who grew up on the east coast [“You can take the boy out of New York, but don’t forget about the Mann Act.”], pushes on the “doors of life” marked ‘pull,’ with his sardonic, off beat humor. His target is The Un-Holy Trinity… the church, big business and the government. Guests are from all walks of life, including players, coaches, and sportswriters from the “Golden Age of Sports.” Ralph’s ‘Studs Terkel like’ interviewing, brings out their passion, enthusiasm, and lust for living. Regular guests include social commentator Brother Scott, who believes that “life is for learning,” and shares his wry observations.
Nothing like a Super Bean And Cheese Burrito [no hot sauce, no quacamole, no spel good] at Ramiro & Sons, on Alameda Ave. Then, a walk to the beach for an Alameda sunset.What a treat to live here!
… just in time for summer. Finally. It’s been a long, cold ass winter!!
Of late, I’ve been enjoying the sunny splendor of the East Bay.