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There’s something about 2023 that makes sense to The Artist D & Attasalina. The drunken revenge quest continues as our hosts analyze how things oddly fit in this New Year of the Rabbit. Lucky number 7. Learn more about the … Continue reading

The Artist D & Attasalina return for more cosmic, art, and fabulation. It’s the continuation of Fourth Fridays, on Saturdays! During June’s broadcast our two hosts celebrated Pride, Juneteenth (aka Freedom Day), and the complete opposite world we’re in. The … Continue reading

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SV opens tonight with “The Truth, the Half Truth, and Nothing of the Truth” as news anchor Sal Monella digs deep for scoops. Sal reports on Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ advice to Trump to avoid this weekend’s 2020 presidential … Continue reading

It’s that time. The final Thursday of the year finds The Artist D and our host calling the roll, a celebration of lives that departed their mortal coils in 2016. Join the traditional duo for the list, which includes far … Continue reading

We’re live on Aug. 20 at 9 p.m. EDT and we are on the main Net, high above the realm of The Dark Net. Do you know about the hidden web that hosts nefarious material? Do you know there is … Continue reading

Another solo concerto of the mind as our host ponders time spent in Hollywood as a marginal participant in “the business” where rumors could be based on truths and everything false or true is alleged because of image and lawyers … Continue reading

On August 6’s broadcast Frank Cotolo is joined by Jeremy Long in an adventure on Periscope. Brought to you by the e-book ‘Sweet Shepherd,’ Amazon, $2.99 and ‘Molotov Memoirs,’ the digital version, now at Blurb, only $3.99 and ‘License To … Continue reading

The remarkably versatile Erin J. Mogart graces this Savino Veritas broadcast. Social Media Maven, Fitness Supermodel, Actress, CEO, Member of MENSA, Ms. Uniter Nations of 2013, Certified Person Trainer, Mrs. Galaxy Virginia 2012, Fortune 500 Adviser, and Executive Producer for … Continue reading

Dusty Nathan checks in to talk about the changing world of journalism, the remnants of newspaper consciousness and a bit of history about thoroughbred-racing’s Triple Crown. Also, Howard Altman, former ed-in-chief of a Philadelphia city paper and current investigative reporter … Continue reading

The American Independence Day celebration declared freedom from the British Empire but the battle to make it reality would take a long time and many lives. More than two centuries later, individual independence continues to battle with traditional values and … Continue reading