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Martha Beck's remarkable success in helping people to change their lives has won her accolades everywhere from National Public Radio to USA TODAY. She made multiple appearances on Oprah and Good Morning America for the hardcover edition of Steering by Starlight, which now offers readers a powerful set of new tools―fresh coping strategies based on cutting-edge research in psychiatry and neurology―that will help them overcome obstacles and set their lives on course. Dr. Beck's trademark humor and empathy are at the heart of her gift for helping people who feel disconnected from their true sense of purpose: to locate meaning in their lives. Utilizing the same methods that have proven most effective with her private clients, Dr. Beck reconnects readers with their authentic needs and desires. Whether a person is seeking better relationships, more focused career direction, or a more harmonious lifestyle, Steering by Starlight's hilarious and touching anecdotes, case studies, and practical exercises will point the way.
For radio, it was the usual mixed bag of financial woes (despite a revenue bump from election spending), budget cuts, format changes, firings and farewells to some major personalities. Here's some of what went down in 2016:. •Al Hart died on Jan. 14, days after turning 88. Hart, part of San Francisco radio since 1960, was highly respected. Said Stan Bunger, who replaced him as KCBS’ morning co-anchor in 2000: “He sounded like the world’s nicest guy because he actually was the world’s nicest guy. •In February, Dan Hicks died at 74. Although best known as a musician, songwriter and sardonic wit, he was a radio fan from his childhood in Santa Rosa. He created memorable jingles for KSAN in the ’70s and performed at a station reunion at Yoshi’s in 2014. •In March, I whined about announcers with verbal tics and generally bad habits (“You know,” “like,” “I mean,” “I tell you what,” “Listen”) and... If anything, Bob Fitzpatrick, the Warriors’ TV play-by-play guy, is uptalking more than ever. •Glimmers of hope: In visits to Damon Bruce at “The Game” (KGMZ) and Ray White at KDFC, I found two broadcasters who refuse to address listeners as “everybody,” like most of their peers do. It’s, like, a start. •In the spring, while KALW celebrated its 75th anniversary, we had the April Fool’s eve massacre at Cumulus Media’s KGO and KFOG. Giving up its short-lived all-news format (excepting Ronn Owens and weekend shows), the company pink-slipped a couple dozen staffers and flipped back to talk, billing a “Next Generation,” one that includes the dean of local talkers, Owens. •Meantime, KFOG proclaimed an “Evolution” and canned DJs Renee Richardson, Annalisa, Bill Webster, Dred Scott and “Acoustic Sunrise” host Rosalie Howarth (who was later brought back). I heard later that a couple of the staffers were offered a chance to reapply for their jobs — with a pay cut. • As KFOG evolved, KISQ (“Kiss”) switched from old-school R&B to “soft adult contemporary” music as “the Breeze,” going after KOIT’s listeners. To co-host mornings with Carolyn McArdle, iHeart brought in Jack Kulp, who’d been let go by KOIT in 2015. •In June, iHeart Media’s KOSF (103. 7), which had been playing oldies from the ’60s through the ’80s, doubled down on only the ’80s, hiring... •Dan Sorkin, one of the most gifted personalities to grace San Francisco airwaves, died in June at age 89. He came to town in the mid-’60s. Source: www.sfchronicle.com
•In June, iHeart Media's KOSF (103.7), which had been playing oldies from the '60s through the '80s, doubled down on only the '80s, hiring former MTV star Martha Quinn to anchor mornings. Casualties included market fave Celeste Perry, who would move
The longtime MTV queen chats about helping define pop culture in the '80s, her new role as morning host on San Francisco's iHeart80s radio station & more.
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The word “Martha” stopped Batman from killing Superman Let’s get this one out of the way. Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman is a near joyless slog through loosely connected plot points. Somehow, the fact that Superman and Batman’s mothers share the ...
eating healthfully or just feeding a family that’s hungry multiple times each day,” writes Scala Quinn, who also moonlights as senior vice-president and editorial director of food at Martha Stewart Omnimedi. Article Continued Below The tester ...
The number 1 cadet in Air Force ROTC at East Carolina University, Jim's eyesight prevented him from flying for our country, so he graduated with honors from ECU and started his career in education focused on marrying his college sweetheart, Martha Quinn.
Martha Quinn; Born (1959-05-11) May 11, 1959 (age 57) Albany, New York: Occupation: Cable television and radio personality from the 1980s: Spouse(s) Jordan Tarlow
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Enjoy a selection of delicious recipes from executive food director Lucinda Scala Quinn's new cookbook, "Mad Hungry," including pork chops and apples, roasted ...
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