Tonight’s program commemorates D Day, the invasion of Europe on the beaches of Normandy, France by the Allies which would lead to the eventual defeat of the Nazis and the Axis during WWII. We give thanks to the brave men who fought there and saved the Allies from Nazi domination.
We talk with William Forstchen about his novel One Second After, which is about what would happen after an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attack on our nation. He is a professor of history at Montreat College in North Carolina and the author of more than 40 books, including the award-winning We Look Like Men of War.
We also talk with Pamela Cory about her new novel Hassie Calhoun, a story of Las Vegas in the Rat Pack era.
It’s week number 9 and the Pop Shop is celebrating birthdays by Dwight Twilley, Dean Martin, Clarence White of the Byrds, and the Purple One. Plus, a recap of the local playlist presented during the Northern Spark festival, where Liberty Finch and DJ Izzy broadcast from the top of the Foshay Tower. And an open letter to Buffalo Springfield……….