Thursday, July 2, 2009

Thu Jul 2, 2009

On Today's Show:

Joe Bruno - Executive Director American School of Bartending
The economy is causing many Americans to cancel their regular vacations this summer, but Joe Bruno wants to remind people that they can still have plenty of fun in their own backyards. As the top bartender in the country, Joe has come up with some special stay-cation creations that can make people feel like they’re getting five-star service without leaving home. And since the interview is just before Independence Day, the superstar mixologist will also have some patriot-themed creations to make any Independence Day Celebration special. Part of Joe’s timely message will include how to tell if someone has had too much to drink, and what you should do to keep you friends safe. Bruno is nationally recognized for his mixology expertise and is responsible for training more than 3,000 bartenders a year as the Executive Director of the American Bartending School. The founder of Bar-Pro Consulting Inc., he is recognized as one of the top experts in the restaurant industry, and has been featured on numerous national media outlets, such as CNN, CBS and the New York Times. Joe Bruno has been involved in the bartending industry for over 20 years. After gaining recognition in the field, he began teaching the trade at American Bartenders School, the nation’s oldest and largest bartending training program. He later was promoted to Executive Director and oversees the curriculum at all locations across the country. He is responsible for training well over 3,000 bartenders per year. He later founded Bar-Pro Consulting, Inc, a company that services the beverage industry by giving insight on product development, beverage styling and signature cocktails, theft prevention and on-premise staffing and management. His clients include some of the trendiest New York City nightlife venues as well as public relations firms, advertising agencies and marketing firms throughout New York These include CCM, Grey Advertising, Hunter Public Relations, Devito Fitterman Advertising & Publicis. Joe Brno has been feature in the Daily News, the New York Times, Timeout New York, Marie Claire (Japan) Marie Claire (U.K.) successful meetings magazine and Maxim Magazine. He is also featured in the American Bartenders School video Training Guides #1-8 and has appeared on MTV, Court TV, Fujisankei Television, CBS News, CNN and Bloomberg News. Joe Blogs exclusively for Daily’ and

Gloria Allred - Attorney - Most Common Summertime Hazards & Accidents
Gloria Allred is the most famous woman attorney practicing law in the nation today, a tireless and successful advocate whose high-profile legal battles on behalf of victims whose rights have been violated have led to many landmark precedent-setting court decisions and hundreds of millions of dollars which she has won for her clients. Gloria has been involved in some of the most defining cases of our day, including O.J. Simpson, Michael Jackson, Scott Peterson, and Robert Blake, as well as one of the earliest sexual abuse suits against the Catholic Church. At the same time, she has also played a role in many groundbreaking legal decisions that have forever changed our lives for the better. The types of accidents consumers should be aware of and prepared for this summer What consumers need to know to protect themselves legallyHow to protect yourself from a lawsuit if something goes wrong on your property Helpful tips for consumers hosting parties and events at home this summer.

Jane Cowley -Public Affairs Officer - Independence National Historical Park - Philadelphia
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE - The old cracked Bell still proclaims Liberty and Independence Hall echoes the words, "We the People." Explore Franklin's Philadelphia and learn about the past and America's continuing struggle to fulfill the Founders' Declaration that "all men are created equal."

What's happening at the movies this weekend? Steve has all the info on what to see or maybe what to pass up. The hottest films and the biggest bombs from "The Movie Guy".