Liz Saint John
Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Gravity, Sharknado, Spiderman, Wizard of Oz, and more are inspiration for entries into the annual Peep’s Diaroma Contest. Click through for link.
CASA of Alameda County was established in 1987. The CASA program has chapters across the nation. The effort was started in the late 1070′s, early 1980′s because of reports of a number of foster youth [...]
Anne Leonard’s new fantasy novel Moth and Spark was inspired by Elizabeth and Darcy, the stars of Pride and Prejudice. Leonard says ” There are very few literary couples more interesting – or fun – [...]
Today’s interviews are with John Anyosa and Kayla from CASA of Alameda County, fantasy fiction writer Anne Leonard (yes, there’s a dragon!), and Pacifica Beach Coalition President Lynn Adams.
Christina Aguilera is taking time off from The Voice television show during her pregnancy…and producers have been in talks with No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani about being Christina’s replacement for a season. The Hollywood Reporter says [...]
Little Things Matter. That’s the theme of this year’s Pacifica Beach Coalition‘s Earth Day of Action and EcoFest on April 26th. Volunteers will be cleaning up Pacifica’s beaches and parks and streets…the entire city…from 9am [...]
Same time, different station… Big news this past week on the heels of the announcement by David Letterman that he’s retiring in 2015: Stephen Colbert of Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report will be his replacement. [...]
Maria Hummel teaches writing at Stanford. Her new novel is Motherland, a story based on what she found out about her grandparents. They were German and, like many others, went along with Hitler during WWII. [...]
David Kertzer, a professor of Social Science, Anthropology and Italian Studies at Brown University, researched the alliance between Pius XI and Benito Mussolini. The Pope and Mussolini is David Kertzer’s new book. In February of [...]
Liz Saint John interviews three guests every Sunday morning covering a variety of issues and topics. She talks with representatives from Bay Area non-profit organizations, documentary filmmakers, authors, and professors. 1. Sheila Himmel, the co-author [...]