Sheran James of The Sharin Hour on KX 93.5 talks to the widow and biographer of dancer/choreographer GENE KELLY, PATRICIA WARD KELLY, about their life together, who they hung out with, and their 46-year age difference. Gene Kelly may be best known for his joyful splash-dance through puddles in the film "Singing in the Rain", but he was also choreographer and director of numerous other musicals, and not just his own (he directed "Hello Dolly" starring Barbra Streisand and Walter Matthau). Patricia Kelly tells all.
How to become the most powerful person in the room in two minutes flat. Smiling: when it has power and when it doesn't. How people get hired into positions of power; and what one of the wealthiest men in the country wants you to know. With input from social psychologists Amy Cuddy and Marianne La France; and plutocrats Nick Hanauer and Henry Ford.
Sheran James of the The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 interviews self-taught artist MELANIE ROTHSCHILD and education guru SIR KEN ROBINSON to reveal how mistakes--our own or even those imposed upon us--can sometimes lead us to exactly where we need to be. With input from the late Orson Welles on creativity.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 examines the health benefits of farts (and other natural nutrients); drugs (psychotropics) in our water supply; the study of wellness to determine illness; and other discoveries and innovations in the health field including the potential of "unexpected genetic heroes" that may inherently derail a genetic predisposition to a disease, plus potential new-and-improved mammography scanners that can more effectively highlight tumors. With input from nuclear physicists and other scientists working with physicians.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 examines sharing--from fun jokes on kids who've been forced into sharing to a more serious look at our new "sharing economy" where all or part of everything and anything can be shared.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 presents a variety of psychologists, scientists, manufacturers and technos who are getting into our heads to give us what they think we want…but is it what we need? Plus Hitchbot, the hitchhiking robot.
Mike McCaffrey is 80. He not only still sings, he only recently started, after a life in corporate America. He sings in the style of Sinatra and Nat King Cole; he writes in the style of Irving Berlin/Cole Porter; and he models his orchestrations on those old standards. He also still surfs, in seas as distant as El Salvador. Hear his stories and his songs right here on tonight's Sharin' Hour, and at his upcoming September 13th concert at Laguna Beach's No Square Theatre.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 interviews Lagunan physical therapist GEETA SINGH (www.integratedphysicaltherapyinc.com). Geeta helps people who are suffering aches and pains. Plus she's designed one-minute preventative exercises for people at risk of an early death from, yes, SITTING (say, too long at a computer). She also admits to a fascinating character trait: detachment.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 discusses travel with her sister Karin (see if you can tell them apart). Included: getting around Europe by car, plane or train; the joys of packing light; saving on petrol; traveling as a single; drinking Pimms and G&T's on an English lawn; visiting Downton Abbey and other stately homes; driving on the wrong side of the road; negotiating roundabouts--plus other domestic and European travel tips.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 goes behind the scenes of Laguna's infamous Pageant of the Masters with DAN DULING, its scriptwriter for the past 34 years, to give you the scoop on everything that goes into the creation of this amazing annual Laguna Beach spectacle.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 offers 50+ TIPS for saving money in your everyday life..as in..the cheapest day and way to buy gas; the cheapest month to buy a new phone or computer or car; how to save by making or fixing your own this and that; plus more.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks about Teenagers and the Adolescent Brain. With input from neuroscientist Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, clinical psychiatric Professor Richard Friedman, National Institute of Mental Health's adolescent expert Jay Giedd and neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor.
Local surfer and minister Chris Owen talks about surfing and photographing the Hawaiin Pipeline; his surfing accident and resulting injury; and his near death and other spiritual experiences that have led him to the path he's on today.
Expanding on last week's "Weird Jobs", Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 brings you more unusual jobs via old "What's My Line"s (you'll play audience and panel); plus ways to respond to oddball job interview questions. Tune in for fun panel games and musical quizzes.
There are weird jobs out there, and Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 interviews some of the guys who do them…and reports on others.
(Our own Jason Feddy presents a couple of unusual jobs he's tackled in his day.)
Warning: they're not all clean, and more than one involves sleeping arrangements.
You'll have seen her striding through town: a tall, strikingly beautiful woman of AARP-eligible age sporting a grey pixie-cut and enviable posture.
PJ Mann is a former Broadway dancer who now teaches her own unique brand of functional Pilates called Posturnomics here in Laguna Beach.
In this interview with Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5, PJ reveals what it takes to properly Stand Up, Sit Down and Stand Out (at an audition or interview); as well as how to re-train our muscles to mitigate pain and the aging process.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 shares dating stories and how-to's in a 2-part series with former Speed-Dating host KELLY SEAL, Huff Post dating blogger and author of a new book called "DATE EXPECTATIONS: A Guide to Changing Your Dating Life and Finding Real Love".
…you wish you'd known at 20…and vice versa. Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 discusses the value of saying yes as well as saying no; learning your own luck; and how to make $$$ out of $. With input from members of the Laguna Coffee mob (Kevin Roberts, Gail Hunter, Kay Ferreira); Stanford professor/management consultant/entrepreneur Tina Seelig; and 91 year-old Lagunan fine artist/graphic artist Barbara Jones.
Martha WEINSTEIN has met Hitler, Mussolini and Juan Peron. She's an Oprah-style TV star from Argentina in her 90th year who has made her mark in the youthful beauty business. Still intensely motivated, ambitious and innovative, Martha goes to work every day and has just published a memoir and anti-aging beauty advice book (with co-author Claire FORDHAM) entitled "The Stay Young Revolution".
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks about Willpower, why it's the #1 most important trait for us to learn.
We CAN learn it (tips and techniques included on how).
Plus insights from President CLINTON, Monica LEWINSKY, psychologist Dan ARIELY and entrepreneur Connor NEILL.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks to Charity Oetgen-Greenleaf, tattoo artist; Laguna College of Art and Design student and fine artist; Bonobo primate painter and supporter; world medical and envoronmental health advocate and promoter--and altogether a tribute to her given name.
Hear her talk about her path and her ongoing efforts to change the world through art.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX93.5 chats with celebrated British Radio presenter Caroline Feraday about her adventures on air and off (notably with actor Hugh Grant). Winner of Britain's Duke of Endingburgh Award for Radio and Journalism (presented to her by Prince Philip), Caroline began her broadcasting career with the BBC and Capitol Radio at age 18, overcoming a childhood trauma to which she attributes her success.
(includes a cameo by the Blue Booby Bird)
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks to Lagunan Tyler Durman, who travels the country engaging teens with amusing stories. Yet his personal story was so unfunny he kept it hidden from everyone for years. His secret led him into hopelessness, homelessness and multiple attempts at suicide--until he opened up about the condition that caused him such shame.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 in conversation with part-time Lagunan OLIVER GOLDSTICK, TV writer on such series as "Ugly Betty", "Desperate Housewives", "Lipstick Jungle", "Popular" and currently "Pretty Little Liars" on ABC Family. How he got his start, how you could, and other reflections on the TV biz.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 continues her exploration of the on- and off-screen lives of Hollywood's greatest stars with her guest, Hollywood Foreign Press correspondent for the Golden Globes, Juliette Michaud. You'll hear from CARY GRANT, SOPHIA LOREN, DANIEL DAY LEWIS, JANE FONDA, TIPPI HEDREN, ALFRED HITCHCOCK, BRIGITTE BARDOT and others.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 discusses the evolution of Hollywood with guest, Hollywood Foreign Press correspondent for the Golden Globes, Juliette Michaud. Juliette's book "Once Upon A Time in Hollywood" is due out in the U.S. at the end of January and contains interviews with Hollywood's most legendary stars; you'll hear clips from some of them throughout this show. Tonight's show is Part 1 of a 2-part series completing next Sunday.
In this her Christmas show, Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 asks friends and KX 93.5 colleagues about the best and worst presents they've ever received. Amongst those included: writers CLAIRE FORDHAM, MARIE-THERESE, JULIETTE MICHAUD; singers JULIA FORDHAM and JUDITH OWEN; filmmakers DIANE MCARTER and CAROL KING; and local DJs MOOKIE, JASON FEDDY, RUDY GARDNER and TYLER RUSSELL. Plus an interview with HELEN POLINS JONES, illustrator of the book "101 Things To Love About Laguna Beach". Helen talks about famous inhabitants of Laguna Beach and shares her own artistic inspirations and influences.
Sheran James of the Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks to the film director of South Africa's official submission for the Oscars, Ian Gabriel, as well as the film's star, Brendan Daniels. The film "Four Corners" portrays South Africa's "numbers gangs", gangs 26 and 28, who rule the prisons and a marginalized area outside Capetown called Cape Flats, often using chess-playing as both metaphor and catharsis. Ian discusses his exile as a person of mixed race during the Apartheid era and his subsequent return to direct theatre, music videos and two award-winning feature films. Brendan, a Cape Colored, talks about his own trajectory as an actor.
Sheran James of the Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 explores death--whether it be of a parent, a child, or inevitably ourselves--and an alternative send-off. In an interview with death midwife Olivia Bareham, death and grieving are discussed in both practical and emotional terms.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks with local Lagunan psychotherapist Eric Dabrowski about men: what it means to be a man today and how men can deepen their connections with each other by role playing. With input from Eric's partner, educator Ann Doty; and poet Robert Bly.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 relates bad girl stories, from local Lagunan designer/maths-teacher/vintage-store owner Rachel MacAlistaire and British writer/producer Tina Jenkins; with additional input from bad girls of fashion, music, industry and sports: fashionista Isabella Blow, Vogue editor Anna Wintour, All-Star soccer goalie Hope Solo, welder Margot Steines, Lady Gaga, Madonna and others.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 pries bad boy stories out of friends. Featuring local SoCals Michael Story and Levi Freeman; with additional input from notorious British bad boys Richard Harris and Richard Burton.
Meditation has moved from the esoteric to the mainstream. Everybody's doing it. Sheran James of KX 93.5 interviews Lori Kahn of the new OM Meditation Center here in Laguna Beach (Lori also has a new show "OM at Home" on our KX 93.5 station); and visits the teachings of other practises/practitioners including those of the Christian based School of Meditation and the Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh.
Sheran James of the Sharin' Hour interviews Afghan/American ARIANA DELAWARI. The daughter of an Afghani father recently returned to his homeland to be the newly-elected Governor of its central bank and a half Afghan/half Sicilian mother, Ariana's first visit to her family's homeland was just after 9/11. As her plane descended into Afghanistan, Ariana's heart told her she was coming home. She has spent the last decade returning frequently to explore the evolution of the country while trying to correct the misperceptions of what it means to be Islamic--both through her music (her debut album is LION OF PANJSHIR produced by DAVID LYNCH) and her filmmaking (her award-winning documentary WE CAME HOME is in the process of being submitted for Oscar consideration).
Sheran James interviews singer/songwriter Divina, a 21 year-old who has had a lot to deal with in her young home life. But deal with it she has, with characteristic grace, compassion, a natural gift for music and the help of a mentor manager--the traveling guitarist for KORN.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 looks at KOREA through the eyes of two acquaintances returning for the 60th anniversary of the signing of the armistice. KATHERINE "COWY" KIM, a Korean-American journalist with a publishing deal to write a graphic novel on her homeland, went in search of her family's "lost" acres in the border country separating communist North from capitalist South Korea. Englishman ARNOLD SCHWARTZMAN, O.B.E., an Oscar-winning documentarian and graphic designer/Design Director for, respectively, the Los Angeles Olympics, Saul Bass and Conran--as well as a recipient of the Order of the British Empire presented to him by Prince Charles on behalf of the Queen of England--went back to be commemorated for his extremely unusual contribution to the country during his stint there doing national service.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 explores the virtues of being wrong...via the experiences of journalist KATHRYN HARRIS and a very funny This American Life story about a theatre production gone horribly awry. Plus: Do our genes and science itself offer an absolute morality that should transcend any cultural or religious dictates about right and wrong? With input from neuroscientist SAM HARRIS and physicist/futurist MICHIO KAKU on String Theory.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 reviews a few Brits who've made their mark. Featuring comic sketches from DUDLEY MOORE, PETER COOK, JONATHAN MILLER, ALAN BENNETT from their Beyond The Fringe review; and insights into JAMES BOND's creator IAN FLEMING and LAWRENCE OF ARABIA's T.E. LAWRENCE.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 polled her friends to find who was "The Most Popular" person they knew.
The results were surprising and unexpected, not just in the people elected but in how those people responsed to the accolade. Those elected "most popular" included an unconventional D.J. and musician, Laguna Beach's own JASON FEDDY (host of his own show on KX 93.5 "Full English Breakfast"); a headmistress and sportswoman/triathaloner, Laguna Beach High School principal JOANNE CULVERHOUSE; and a home-centric Pulitzer prize-winning seminal American author, JANE SMILEY, who additionally discusses her writing process and how she read 100 books (including all of Proust, DeCameron, Dickens, Trollope, Melville and other literary classics) in researching her book, "13 Ways of Looking At The Novel".
Expanding on last week's The Unexplainable, Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 explores the conundrum of God. Included: interviews with local Laguna Beach Presbyterian's Reverend Jerry Tankersley and Rabbi Ian Adler on the co-existence of good and evil, life and death; plus input from beyond the grave from C.S. Lewis (author of Chronicles of Narnia and Mere Christianity) and Christopher Hitchens (author of The Portable Atheist).
Can we be alive in one universe and not in another? Can we be christian and not a Christian? A Jew and not Jewish? Such subjects and others are examined.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 explores the unexplainable. With stories of Ghosts, Visions, Apparitions and other Inexplicable Phenomena plus the scientific theories for them from famed neuroligist OLIVER SACKS, author of "Awakenings" (made into a film with Robin Williams), "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat" and "Hallucinations".
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks to quadriplegic entrepreneur/Laguna Beach resident ANDY LEAF about his accident and how he helps disabled people like himself set up their own businesses. Plus, Laguna Beach resident STEVE MILLER talks about establishing his business creating geodesic dome tents; how he benefited from Andy Leaf's help; and how he came to get R. Buckminster Fuller's seal of approval. Also, expanding on last week's show, excerpts from controversial entrepreneur/venture capitalist/techie VINOD KHOSLA's talk on how to be an entrepreneur today.
Do we still need conventional schools? Can today's children teach themselves? They do, it seems…even from the womb. But it seems when standardized education grabs hold of them it stifles the very kind of original, divergent thinking today's emerging careers demand.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 presents some revolutionary ideas and related research via such educational gurus as SUGATA MITRA (Carnegie Mellon), SIR KEN ROBINSON (University of London), TINA SEELIG (Stanford) and venture capitalist VINOD KHOSLA. Example: six-year-old Indian slum kids come across computers embedded into a country wall and, without knowing what they are or what they do, teach themselves how to use them…and in English.
APRIL WALSH is a busker. She sings on street corners here in Laguna Beach. She's our own amazing secret. Many Lagunans know her from her Piaf-like rendition of French songs. What they may not know is her interesting background: how she grew up and where life has led her…to AMERICAN IDOL, for instance, amongst other things. Also included: cameos from British comediens Dawn French and Stanley Holloway.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks to ROB MAX, Executive Director of SWEET RELIEF MUSICIANS FUND, about the charitable fund he runs for musicians in need; plus a cameo from Johnny Depp, a participant in one of the concerts Rob regularly organizes to raise money for the fund.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 interviews Britain's JONATHAN LYNN, comedy writer/producer/director, creator and writer (with Anthony Jay) of the BBC TV series YES MINISTER and YES PRIME MINISTER (currently in a stage adaptation at The Geffen); director and writer of movies NUNS ON THE RUN and CLUE, and director of MY COUSIN VINNY (which won an Oscar for Marisa Tomei); author most recently of COMEDY RULES (comedian Steve Martin "loved it...was up half the night reading it"). Jonathan is a graduate of Cambridge University's Footlights Club along with comedy luminaries such as John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Eric Idle, David Frost, Bill Oddie, Peter Cook, Stephen Fry, Stephen Frears, Jonathan Miller, Hugh Laurie, Emma Thompson, Sacha Baron Cohen.
Sheran James of the Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks to CARLOTA ESPINOSA, founder of a brand new internet fashion start-up, STYLOOT, a follow up to her original start-up, HAUTE LOOK. What it takes to start a company on the web; other hugely successful So Cal start ups (L.A. is fast becoming known as Silicon Beach); Boot Camp for start-ups; and how women are rising to the top as tech entrepreneurs. Also, yoga on the plane; best/worst days to travel; plus a non-virtual fashion enterprise that serves women on Skid Row.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks to JESSALYN GILSIG about being a young actress in Hollywood primed for being the new "It" girl. Jessalyn will be familiar from such TV shows as BOSTON PUBLIC, FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, NIP/TUCK, GLEE, HEROES and currently THE VIKINGS, playing Queen to Gabrielle Byrne's King. Also discussed, Jessalyn's hot new role as producer/star of her own feature film, SOMEWHERE SLOW, which has just completed the festival circuit; as of tonight's airing, she is about to sign a distribution deal for a limited general release.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 interviews entrepreneur/developer/ Laguna Beach Live! founder SAM GOLDSTEIN on his early career as a musician backing Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Eddie Fisher, Merle Haggard…you'll hear from a couple of them, too.
Sheran James in conversation with MICHAELA HAAS, whose brand new book DAKINI POWER tracks the evolution of prominent women Buddhist leaders.
Why does a London fishmonger's daughter go to live in a solitary cave in the Himalayas for twelve years? How does a Malibu surfer girl become the Head of an International Buddhist organization? How come the daughter of an L.A. music executive used to the real David Bowie (not the poster) in her living room moves from Santa Monica to Nepal to find the love of her life? These and other stories ground Michaela Haas' biography of twelve extraordinary contemporary female Buddhists.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks with SAMANTHA DUNN, writer/playwright/memoirist/journalist/author of "Failing Paris" (a finalist for a PEN West Award), "Faith in Carlos Gomez: A Memoir of Salsa, Sex and Salvation" and "Not By Accident: Reconstructing A Careless Life" examining what it might mean to be accident prone; and ARTURO VALDIVIA, language-tutor/voice-over artist/translator who organizes a summer teenager cultural program introducing Spanish teenagers from Madrid to Laguna Beach families.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks with homegrown Feature Film Director and Screenwriter Rob Hedden about his multi-faceted career, ranging from Hollywood to Hawaii to London where he worked with the legendary MONTY PYTHON brigade and BEATLES George Harrison. Rob's most recent feature is YOU MAY NOT KISS THE BRIDE starring Dave Annable, Katharine McPhee, Mena Suvari, Kathy Bates, Rob Schneider, Vinnie Jones, Ken Davitian, Tia Carrere.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks about nothing…which is not as vacuous a subject as it seems. Also: something, reality, perception, illusion, delusion, the big Q. Plus: How to Avoid Family Spats. Info compiled from far greater minds than mine via "Why Does the World Exist" (writer/psychologist Jim Holt), "Perspective is Everything" (adman/TED speaker, Rory Sutherland) and "The Secrets of Happy Families" (author/columnist Bruce Feiler).
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 discusses Acts of Generosity--small ones, big ones, funny, original and strange ones. Featuring Liz, Renee, Pam, Lisa, Debbie, Levi, Alia and KX 93.5 celebs Mookie and Rudy. Plus: a conversation with Sgt Ray Harley of L.A. COUNTY JAIL on a new Inmate-Dog-training program that rescues dogs from skid row.
Sheran James of the Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 examines CHOICE: How and why we choose; the psychological effects of having too much choice; cognitive dissonance and our defective choices; and whether we really want as much choice as we think we do and our founding fathers claimed for us. Also explored: Internet Dating and how our expanded choices in that arena have affected our attitudes towards relationships. Interviews with Professor/Psychologist SHEENA IYENGAR of Columbia Business School, Author of "The Art of Choosing"; and DAN SLATER, Author of "Love In The Time of Algorithms: What Technology does to Meeting and Mating".
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 explores the "Why"s of things...as in Why Is The Sky Blue, Why Do Dogs Wag Their Tails, Why Do Men Have Nipples. Featuring Claude Gourdal, Michael Raub and Professor Michael Kaloyanides, ethno-musicologist, who discusses the why's and how's of the effect music has on us.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks to a variety of friends about their marriage proposals…successful ones, unsuccessful ones, rescinded ones, girl-to-boy ones, transatlantic ones, ones decades in the making.
Sheran James of the Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 discusses "switching careers". PAUL MARGOLIS did it backwards--transitioning from Creative to Commerce--leaving a successful career as a screenwriter (T.J. HOOKER, McGUYVER, GHOST STORIES, JEKYLL AND HYDE) to become a realtor. Houses that have seen exorcisms, Charlie Manson killings, famous musicians and ghosts provide his new narrative Local tennis coach BILL HOWIE is confronting his fears and rediscovering himself by facing an audience as a Stand-up Comic.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks about being Adopted with Laguna Beach resident TOM JOLIET, who recently went searching for his birth mother…with disastrous results. Followed by a conversation with ERIC LAX, Woody Allen's official biographer, on his illuminating (that's right) book about RADIATION. Discover how the two unconnected topics weirdly converge.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 discusses Saturday morning jazz jam sessions at LAGUNA COFFEE with owner PAUL ACKLEY; and PILATES in relation to health, relaxation and mindfulness with Laguna Beach Pilates instructor JORDI MAS
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 in conversation with an Hon, a Lady and a Southern Belle. This week, the Sharin' Hour focuses on Marriage: the ingredients for a successful one, the pitfalls re a bad one, plus related stories from behind the Family Court bench shared by a Judge. This is the third part in the Sharin' Hour series on Dating, Love, Marriage and Divorce. Interviewees include former Superior Court Judge now Judge Pro Tem MELINDA JOHNSON; Writer, Philanthropist and Advocate THERESE; and traditional Southern Belle "SUSAN".
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 935 in Part 2 of her series on Love, Dating, Marrriage and Divorce explores Dating in today's world from the perspectives of three different generations: 20-something station manager TYLER RUSSELL; 40-something actress and organizer CARRIE POHLHAMMER; and 60-something writer and journalist "JAX".
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 introduces a new series on Love, Dating, Marriage and Divorce. First up, Divorce: the how to's and not to's in discussion with local divorce mediator, PAM SCHAFFER. Plus teasers on future conversations re Dating with KX 93.5's own TYLER RUSSELL and the pseudonymous "JAX".
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 muses on noodles; chats with musician/radio host Jason Feddy ("Full English Breakfast") about growing up in Leeds; discusses the various benefits of the ocean versus the Yorkshire moors with thalassotherapist Anne Brahman; and pays tribute to a very special not-easily-forgotten Lagunan.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 hosts a panel of writers including Janet Fitch ("White Oleander"), David Francis ("The Great Inland Sea"), Rita Williams ("If the Creek Don't Rise") and Steven Reigns ("Inheritance") who discuss forbidden books and traditional versus self-publishing.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 in conversation with NIKI SMART, musician and author about her searing yet funny memoir HELL CAMP; and JANE HANAUER, founder and owner of LAGUNA BEACH BOOKS about running a bookstore and the current state of publishing.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 talks to 17 year old local high school student ALIA MANETTA about performing surgeries in Bengal, India; and to local instigator MARY ELLEN CARTER about her charitable contributions in Malawi, Africa.
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 delves into the history of Crystal Cove with LAURA DAVICK, President Emeritus, founder of the Crystal Cove Alliance and one of Newport Coast's "15 Most Influential People".
Sheran James of The Sharin' Hour on KX 93.5 interviews Hearts of Sailing founder, GEORGE SAIDAH about his organization taking special needs children sailing; and discusses the plight of local wonder, Animal Crackers.