MCS Radio Show – Saturday, December 31st, 2016

Happy Friday and Happy New Year to you!


I trust that things are off to a good start.  A lot has happened in the world in these first six (6) days of 2017 and we’ll talk about some of it during tomorrow’s show.

Missed last Saturday’s show?  Here’s what happened…

Songwriter, singer, Steve Broadway and his wife, Monica Broadway, an educator,  joined Soul and I in-studio for the New Year’s Sparkly Eve edition of Marilyn’s Cafe Society Radio Show.  We enjoyed refreshments, reflected on Christmas Day festivities, and had a really good time before getting into the main talk segments.  Take a look…


Cafe Talk: What will you do differently in 2017?

1st Hour – Top News

We very briefly touched on the President’s final year end report to the nation and how he reiterated that the Russians tampered with the Presidential election.  Audio is  here.

Over the years, Ive often heard many repeat this quote, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting different results.”  During Cafe Talk, we each shared what we will do differently in the new year in order to reach goals or effect a positive change in our lives.  Take a listen.

2nd Hour – Entertainment News

TV Talk consisted of conversation about Hair Spray Live encore on NBC and thenuse of multiple sets; tackling prejudice issues and beauty standards; how music brings everyone together; and how some commercials were actually done in 1960s theme.  We also discussed the death of George Michael, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.

The Passion for Fashion segment was skipped so that I could spend time talking with Steve about his new music project about his brother, Jessie Broadway and professional baseball player,  Jesse Barfield.  The song is entitled “Jesse’s Thang”.  The purpose of the song is to raise awareness about the positive, successful people who were born and/or raised in Joliet, Illinois.  He has set up a GoFundme page to raise funds so that the song can be mastered and a video can be shot.  Click here for the audio. 

Have a wonderful week and remember to tune into the first show of the New Year tomorrow, Saturday, January 7th, 2017.