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On Wednesday, April 25th, Mike Barnhouse, creator of the comic strip “Small Town Tom,” which is syndicated in 26 weekly newspapers across the country, some sea to shining sea, as well as in The Westchester Guardian, will be our guest. He will be joined by his wife Debbie, who is the marketing genius behind this creative effort, and their son, John who does the heavy lifting by serving the client base with a professional follow-up.
The “Small Town Tom” strip is read by over 116,000 readers every week. Find the column published in the following states: CO, FL, GA, ID, KY, MA, MN, MT, ND, NE, NM, NY, OK, OR, TN, and TX. The Barnhouse family began their strip after living in Dallas, Raleigh, and Austin… then they finally moved to their little community of 3,500 people. Their resume of life’s experience has afforded them perspectives from the most cosmopolitan to the most provincial of communities and so much in between. We get to learn from their life’s history. A perfect fit for the many town, villages, hamlets, and cities that comprise Westchester County. http://smalltowntom.com/Home_Sweet_Home.html
On Thursday, April 26th, we open the 10 A.M. hour with Randolph McLaughlin, Esq., legal counsel representing the family of the now deceased U.S. Marine Kenneth Chamberlain, Sr, who was taunted by racial epithets by one White Plains Police Officer (Steven Hart) and thereafter shot to death by another White Plains Police Officer (Anthony Carelli). Discovery or Mr Chamberlain’s being verbally demeaned by Police Officer Hart is clearly heard in a recording memorialized on a Life Alert device. The report of this finding was written by Nancy King, with additional reporting by Hezi Aris. The audio discovery was given prominent mention in the April 26th edition of The Westchester Guardian that was posted online at both the Yonkers Tribune and The Westchester Guardian on Sunday, April 22, 2012. Ms. King will also be a guest on the show. Hezi Aris will conduct the interview
New York University School of Medicine Dr. Deidre Cohen will speak to us from the 11 am – 11:40 time slot about the preventive measure one may incorporate into their lifestyle with regard to colon health and the best medically known conduct if one is diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
On Friday, April 27th, New York State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins is our guest during the opening hour.
From 11 am to 12 Noon, New Rochelle City Councilman Louis Trangucci will speak to us regarding the latest conduct of the New Rochelle City Council, specifically to the 9 months Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) afforded Forest City Residential with regard to moving the City Yard, developing the Armory, and the Echo Bay development proposal.