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Rabbi Sol Solomon reflects upon the earthshaking news that morning talk-show host, Regis Philbin, will retire at the end of the summer.
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(part two of two) Dave chats with political pundit John Ruane ("The Wizards of Spin"). Plus: Inside Broadway (news, obits & reviews), Saturday Segue (mother songs), and Rabbi Sol Solomon's Rabbinical Reflection on the death of Osama bin Laden.
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(part two of two) Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with legendary comedian Shecky Greene and offers his Rabbinical Reflections on the royal wedding. Plus: Dave Says Bye to Phoebe Snow.
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(part two of two) Dave chats with legendary comedian Pat Cooper. Plus: Bob Dylan: "Sooner & Later" (master songs), Rabbi Sol Solomon's Rabbinical Reflection on killer whales, Dave Says Bye to Sidney Lumet, and musical 83rd birthday tribute to Tom Lehrer.
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More of Dave's chat with radio host Gil Moon (KFKA-AM). Plus: Bob Dylan: "Sooner & Later."
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Dave’s Gone By Song (7/14/14): TAKE YOUR UNDEROOS DOWN (The Rolf Harris Song)
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Dave sings a holiday carol for his show, “Twelve Months of Dave’s Gone By”
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A ballad not-so-loosely based on the Mepham High School sodomy trial on Long Island.
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Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews producers Sue & Lloyd Ecker about their documentary, “The Outrageous Sophie Tucker.”
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Dave Lefkowitz guests (with a special appearance by Rabbi Sol Solomon) and discusses the upcoming 2014 Tony Awards on the WVTL FM morning show hosted by Bob Cudmore.
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Recently back from Dublin, Dave sings of his encounter with an Irish legend
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Rabbi Sol Solomon sings a Purim song about the resilience of the Jews
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Accompanied by Scott Rodolitz on guitar and background vocals, Dave sings a delightfully repugnant sea shanty
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Rabbi Sol Solomon sings his holiday classic, “The Twelve Complaints of Christmas”
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Dave goes down under to relate the tale of a mentally retarded marsupial
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Joined by Scott Rodolitz, Dave Lefkowitz sings the Fisch-Heads song, “Enema Blues.”
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Gay icon Peter Fitzgerald weighs in an a biography of Jimi Hendrix that questions his sexuality
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Footage from the cutting room floor with Donald Rumsfeld trying out for the Colonel Kurtz character in Francis Ford Coppola’s “Apocalypse Now.”
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Joe Salzone joins Dave Lefkowitz for a look at the pending elections in Baghdad
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Jeff Goodman joins Dave Lefkowitz for some recommendations on how Arab terrorists can make their deeds more palatable to the West
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The thoughts of a U.S. Army private sent overseas to where they don’t like us.
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On a trip to Ireland, Dave and his wife encounter a legend who inspires Dave’s song, “Seamus, the Urine Man”
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An advertisement that did NOT run on this year’s Super Bowl: Bob Dylan for WaxVac ear cleaner.
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Performed by Dave Lefkowitz & Jeff Goodman. A look at the life of groundhogs on their special day.
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A “commercial” for the wonders of Cablevision’s service and programming.
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Dave unearths a lost audio tape of early Long Island farm broadcaster Lady Miss Ida Mae Roosevelt
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Senator Trent Lott offers an apology for his racially insensitive praise of Strom Thurmond
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An insurance company calls Run DMC musician Darryl McDaniels to explain policy coverage
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An insurance company calls actor Christopher Reeve to notify him of a policy change
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Dave reads an early (and justly rejected) draft of Shel Silverstein’s famous story, “The Giving Tree”
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Dave plays a paid political announcement from a non-molesting candidate
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Rabbi Sol Solomon plays the Chanukah dreidel game with guest Rabbi Jeff Rothenberg.
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Actress Karen Young makes a guest appearance as a woman facing the worst kind of Halloween horror
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Taking a cue from Sullivan Ballou, Dave reads the modern wartime missive, The Puff Sullivan Letter
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Native-American Chief Moist Elk offers his thoughts on America’s history with smallpox
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Joe Salzone interviews an old acquaintance of Martin Luther King, Cleola Bevers
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Dave recites the topical holiday poem, “Three Nights Before Christmas (2002)”

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