During the 1960's Holy Cross College, Black Power and Racial injustice were an unholy mix. At the same time a bold Jesuit priest by the name of John Brooks made it a memorable time for a small number of black men who he personally recruited.
Have you ever wondered how all those great wines we see in liquor stores and on restaurant wine lists get there? Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al is joined by Eric Perez, one of New England's top wine salespeople.
For all you food and wine lovers this weeks show will hopefully reduce the holiday gift buying stress. Joining Al this week is New England manager for Winebow wine importers, Andy Gezell. They will be talking about the signature grape of Argentina, the Malbec.
As we approach the holidays our attention turns to getting together with friends and relatives. Much of the holiday season is spent enjoying great food and wine. This week Al is joined by Pat Stotesbery, proprietor of Ladera winery in Napa California.
Nearly 10 years after the September 11th attacks, Americans are still reckoning with what our government has done and continues to do in the name of national security. Join host Al Vuona as he talks with reporter Steve Hendricks about his new book, A Kidnapping in Milan: The CIA on Trial. Tune
Drawing on both new and neglected evidence, this book reconstructs Old John Brown’s aborted “war” to free the 3.8 million slaves in the American South before the Civil War.
From the bestselling presidential biographer, a stirring tale of young men in old planes who achieved the "impossible.": with planes landing and taking off 90 seconds apart supplying the food and fuel and medicines to supply a city of more than two million people by air for
“Women In Wine”
Drawing on previously unknown sources, unpublished letters, and
unprecedented access to all the key figures, author and journalist
Philip Norman gives us the most complete and revealing portrait of John
Lennon that is ever likely to be published.