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  • Jenny Lawson
  • Jenny Lawson, also known as "The Bloggess," brings her snarky and hilarious wit to her new book.
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  • Jenny Lawson
  • Her website has been rated by Forbes magazine as one of the top 100 websites for women, and Nielsen calls her one of the top 50 bloggers anywhere around. Now Jenny Lawson, also known as "The Bloggess," brings her snarky and hilarious wit to her new book, "Let's Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir)."
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  • Ken Jennings
  • In 2004, Ken Jennings made television history and became a pop culture icon when he won 74 consecutive games on Jeopardy! Now he's taken his love of trivia and geography and put it into his new book "Maphead: Charting the Wide, Weird World of Geography Wonks."
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  • feingold
  • He's the former senator from Wisconsin best known for his bi-partisan efforts to establish campaign finance reform. In his new book, "While America Sleeps," Russ Feingold details what we need to do collectively, and individually, as a nation, in order to defeat terrorism.
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  • CALLOUT
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  • hunger games
  • Lizzie Bermudez has a roundup of all things culture pop.
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  • hunger games
  • Roundup: Lizzie tells us why she just can't wait for "The Hunger Games" movie. Plus, Adele reacts to having her acceptance speech cut off at the BRIT Awards. And, a lesson in Oscar etiquette from Mike Myers and Kevin Kline.
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  • Our Black Year
  • Maggie Anderson tells of her experiences buying from black-owned businesses for one year.
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  • Our Black Year
  • Have you believed in something so strongly that you were willing to stand up and make a difference, even if it meant you and your family had to make sacrifices for an entire year? That's exactly what Maggie Anderson, author of "Our Black Year," did. She and her family vowed to only buy from black-owned businesses for one year.
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  • Marc Decarlo
  • Actor and comedian Mark DeCarlo has a knack for food and a new book, "A Fork on the Road."
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  • Actor and comedian Mark DeCarlo has a knack for food, and when he's not eating his way through the country, he's contributing to our sister station's talk show "Windy City Live" in Chicago. He's also the author of a "A Fork on the Road," a unique book of recipes and stories from around the country.
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  • insde apple
  • Adam Lashinsky takes us inside Apple to show us how America's most admired and secretive company really works.
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  • Apple didn't become a multi-billion dollar corporation by giving away its secrets to success. In fact, the Bay Area tech giant went to great lengths to keep its products and practices under wraps. Silicon Valley writer, Adam Lashinsky, takes us inside Apple to show us how America's most admired and secretive company really works.
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  • Valentine's Day is all about love, and in honor of this day we talk to one woman who, with her husband, chose to examine their already solid marriage and found ways to make it better. Contributing writer to "The New York Times Magazine," Elizabeth Weil, describes her journey in her new book, "No Cheating, No Dying: I Had a Good Marriage. Then I Tried To Make It Better. "
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interviews, marriage, relationships, books, 7live
  • marrige tuneup
  • We talk to one woman who, with her husband, chose to examine their already solid marriage and found ways to make it better.
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  • Tori Avey
  • Culinary anthropologist and blogger Tori Avey shares unique ways to mix up your family dinner during American history month.
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  • Culinary anthropologist and blogger Tori Avey shares unique ways to mix up your family dinner during American history month.
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  • Super Bowl snacks
  • Are you still looking for food ideas for your Super Bowl Sunday festivities? Chef Olivier Said and Chef Mike C., co-authors of "Kitchen on Fire: Mastering the Art of Cooking in 12 Weeks or Less," share these four last-minute homemade snacks that are perfect for watching the big game!
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  • Super Bowl snacks
  • Check out these four last-minute homemade snacks that are perfect for watching the big game!
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  • weight loss
  • Could the way you think actually be making you fat?
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  • Could the way you think actually be making you fat? Renée Stephens, behavioral weight-loss expert and author of "FULL-FILLED: The 6-Week Weight Loss Plan for Changing Your Relationship with Food -- and Your Life -- from the Inside Out," teaches us about brain exercises that you can do today to slim your body.
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  • Dave Barry and Alan Zweibel
  • Dave Barry and Alan Zweibel are bringing their comedic talents together in a new book entitled, "Lunatics."
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  • Dave Barry and Alan Zweibel
  • Dave Barry and Alan Zweibel are bringing their comedic talents together in a new book entitled, "Lunatics."
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  • Dylan Ratigan
  • MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan dropped by 7Live to talk politics, big business, and why he thinks there should be a 28th Amendment.
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  • Dylan Ratigan
  • Ratigan dropped by 7Live to talk politics, big business, and why he thinks there should be a 28th Amendment.
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  • Amy Chua
  • Yale law professor, author and self-titled "Tiger Mom" Amy Chua stopped by 7Live to talk about her controversial book and her experience.
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  • Patricia Schultz
  • If the travel bug is biting hard, veteran travel journalist Patricia Schultz can help with "1,000 Places To See Before You Die."
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  • bread
  • Author Carol Field stopped by 7Live to explain how you can turn your day-old bread into a gourmet surprise.
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  • bread
  • Author Carol Field stopped by 7Live to explain how you can turn your day-old bread into a gourmet surprise.
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  • Level 26
  • CSI creator Anthony Zuiker is breaking new ground, which he says, will change the way people read books.
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  • Level 26
  • He is the creator and executive producer behind the popular "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" trilogy and now he is breaking new ground, which he says, will change the way people read books. We recently sat down with mystery writer Anthony Zuiker.
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  • Hugh Acheson
  • Hugh Acheson stopped by 7Live to talk about how to bring authentic southern cooking into your kitchen with his new cookbook.
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  • Jo Piazza
  • Author of "Celebrity, Inc." Jo Piazza stopped by 7Live to explain how even the seemingly-dumb stars make really smart money.
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  • Jessica Denay
  • Jessica Denay, author and founder of "Hot Moms Club" stopped by to show us what's under Hollywood's Christmas trees.
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  • Hugh Acheson stopped by 7Live to talk about how to bring authentic southern cooking into your kitchen with his new cookbook.
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  • Baron Wolman Rolling Stones photographer
  • Rolling Stone magazine instantly became the bible of the music scene when it launched in 1967 in San Francisco. From its inception, one of the highlights of the magazine has been the all-access photographs that bring our favorite musicians a little closer to us, their fans. The first photographer for the iconic periodical, Baron Wolman, stopped by 7Live to share his experience and tell some stories.
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interviews, music, books, 7live, brian copeland
  • Baron Wolman Rolling Stones photographer
  • Rolling Stone magazine instantly became the bible of the music scene when it launched in 1967 in San Francisco. From its inception, one of the highlights of the magazine has been the all-access photographs that bring our favorite musicians a little closer to us, their fans. The first photographer for the iconic periodical, Baron Wolman, stopped by 7Live to share his experience and tell some stories.
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interviews, music, books, 7live
  • Katrina Vanden Huevel
  • The Nation Editor Katrina vanden Heuvel discusses whether any person or election could reshape American politics.
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  • Katrina Vanden Huevel
  • The Nation Editor Katrina vanden Heuvel discusses whether any person or election could reshape American politics.
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  • Sue Grafton
  • For nearly 30 years, Sue Grafton has thrilled readers with the Alphabet Murder Mystery Series. Now, she's back with "V is for Vengeance."
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  • Sue Grafton
  • For nearly 30 years, Sue Grafton has thrilled readers with the Alphabet Murder Mystery Series. Now, she's back with "V is for Vengeance."
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  • Julia Scheeres
  • Friday marked the 33rd anniversary of the day Reverend Jim Jones orchestrated the deaths of more than 900 followers in the jungles of Guyana. Most of the victims were from the Bay Area and certain things about their journey may surprise you. It's documented in Julia Scheeres' new book "A Thousand Lives: The Untold Story of Hope, Deception, and Survival at Jonestown."
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  • Julia Scheeres
  • Friday marked the 33rd anniversary of the day Reverend Jim Jones orchestrated the deaths of more than 900 followers in the jungles of Guyana. Most of the victims were from the Bay Area and certain things about their journey may surprise you. It's documented in Julia Scheeres' new book "A Thousand Lives: The Untold Story of Hope, Deception, and Survival at Jonestown."
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interviews, books, crime, 7live, brian copeland
  • Melanie Dunea
  • Author and celebrity photographer Melanie Dunea talks about asking 50 noteworthy chefs what they would choose for their "last meal."
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  • Melanie Dunea
  • Author and celebrity photographer Melanie Dunea talks about asking 50 noteworthy chefs what they would choose for their "last meal."
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  • Nook vs. Kindle Fire
  • With this week's launch of two hotly anticipated tablets the 7Live offices are buzzing with curiosity over which one will come out on top.
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amazon, gadgets, internet, books, shopping, tablets, tech, 7live, geoffrey chapman
  • Jennifer Reese
  • Ever stand there looking in your kitchen pantry and say "I bet it's cheaper to make some of this stuff myself?" Well, a Bay Area woman has done just that. Jennifer Reese, author of "Make the Butter, Buy the Bread: What You Should and Shouldn't Cook From Scratch," helps explains what's worth it.
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  • swankville siah fried and george ikuma
  • Authors Siah Fried and Georgie Ikuma stopped by 7Live to talk about their controversial book "Tales from Swankville."
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  • chocolate tasting
  • Author of "Choclatique: 150 Simply Elegant Desserts" Dr. Ed Engoron explains what we should be doing while eating and cooking with chocolate.
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  • breaking dawn
  • Lizzie Bermudez has a roundup of all things culture pop.
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