Friday, April 23, 2010

4/23 - Harold Dow, Bill Kurtis, Steve Evans, Terrie Rouse

 Harold Dow - "CBS NEWS’ “48 HOURS MYSTERY”
Hannibal Unmasked -  Three Young Women Murdered and the Hunt for a Serial Killer. The victims vanished one by one, until their families realized they had something in common: a man who promised he could help. How did he know so much?  Harold Dow reports on "48 Hours Mystery: Hannibal Unmasked," Saturday, April 24 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.  Harold Dow has been a correspondent for 48 Hours since 1990, after serving as a contributor to the broadcast since its premiere on Jan. 19, 1988. He had been a contributing correspondent for 48 Hours on Crack Street, the critically acclaimed 1986 documentary that led to the single-topic weekly news magazine. Dow conducted the first network interview for 48 Hours with O. J. Simpson following the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.  Prior to his work with 48 Hours, Dow was a correspondent for the CBS News magazine Street Stories (1992-93) and has reported for the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and CBS News Sunday Morning, as well as for the CBS News legal series, Verdict.

Bill Kurtis  - Tall Grass Beef    (Legendary Newsman / AT&T Spokesperson etc)
The grass-fed beef revolution is here, and Tallgrass Beef Company is leading the way. If you’re new here, we invite to explore our site to learn the benefits of grass-fed beef, and why we believe our grass-fed beef is healthier, tastier, more environmentally responsible, and more humanely raised than any grass-fed beef available anywhere. And if you’re one of our many loyal customers, welcome back. As a Tallgrass revolutionary, you already know that when it comes to 100% grass-fed beef, Tallgrass Beef sets the standard.

Terrie Rouse - CEO  The Capitol Visitor Center
The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, which is attached to the U.S. Capitol Building and the only way for people to get in to see the iconic rotunda.  Tourist season has officially begun in DC and the new visitor complex is already expecting its 3 millionth visitor any day now since it opened just over a year ago. In the past two weeks alone, the center saw about 200,000 visitors from throughout the country. A just-opened exhibit at the center, called "Pirates, Protests and Public Health," features documents dealing with women’s right to vote and the very first reports of pirates, which led to the establishment of the U.S. Navy.  Terrie Rouse  CEO of the Capitol Visitor Center discusses a series of measures that the CVC is undertaking to prepare for Spring's annual blitz of visitors from throughout the country. The Capitol Visitor Center features:  - Emancipation Hall, which is the Center's central space and tells the story of enslaved laborers who helped build the U.S. Capitol.  -Free online reservations to tour the U.S. Capitol Building  -A 16,500-square-foot Exhibition Hall.

Steve Evans "The Movie Guy"
Tips on the best & worst this weekend at the Box Office. Steve reviews and comments on all the latest from Hollywood and gets the story behind the film.A veteran of the industry, "The Movie Guy" says exactly how he feels about the movies that you will be watching this weekend. Mike Horn comments on the lineup of big screen offerings but does not always agree with what Steve has to say. This is the movie review program to listen to every week and get the "real deal".