Reowned relationship expert, Siggy Flicker, Clare Galterio, and Sammi Sweetheart host the podcast, Just Sayin’. This isn’t any ordinary weekly podcast, these girls start off like a girl’s night out, chatting and dishing the dirt on themselves and celebrities.
These ladies make the listener feel as though they are all friends and they connect with their listeners.
This particular night they were broadcasting live from Empire City Casino in Yonkers, New York. Siggy Flicker made a point to announce that it was a good friend of hers who was celebrating her birthday in the audience who also happens to be on the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Jacqueline Laurita.
After the initial chat fest, these girls get down to earth with letters from their listeners. Clare read the letters in this particular podcast and they all gave their advice to the listeners. When Siggy felt passionately about her response she stood up and made her point well known. Flicker made it a point to not hold back her views and opinions. She responded to one of the listeners who wrote about their concerns of their fiancé cheating on them with their friend and when they confronted their fiancé, the fiancé lied. Flicker told them, “Take the “L” out of lover and what do you get OVER, that means that it’s OVER.” She felt that they should come to realization their that their relationship was over and that it was better for them to know now, rather than later, after being married.
These women answered several letters from their listeners relating to relationship issues and then took some questions from the audience.
You can listen to Just Sayin’ here.
This obituary can be found on legacy.com:
David Denison of Rye, New York died on February 2, 2016.
He was predeceased by his wife of 64 years Patricia Mooney Denison. He is survived by his daughter, Mary Ellen Walsh (Jeffrey) of Rowayton, CT and three sons, David C. (Gretchen) of Cambridge, MA, Andrew J. (Rebecca) of Philadelphia, PA, James M. (Pirkko) of Edmonton, Canada and six grandchildren.
Family will receive friends on Friday February 5, 2016 from 2-4pm and 7-9pm at Graham Funeral Home, Rye, N.Y.
Mass of Christian Burial will be at Church of the Resurrection on Saturday at 12:15 PM.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice .
Graham Funeral Home
1036 Boston Post Road
Rye, NY 10580
Blind Brook Schools will be on a two- hour delay on Friday, February 5, 2016 due to snowy conditions.
According to ABC news: Men were fou d dead at about 3pm on Maywood Avenue in Rye Brook. Ŕye Brook police confirmed that an
man and a middle aged man were found. There has been speculation that carbon monoxide poisoning could be the cause.
Traffic will be affected on King Street from Upper Lincoln Avenue to Anderson Hill Road and will continue on Anderson Hill Road to Lincoln Avenue, Westchester Avenue, Bowman Avenue into Harrison on Purchase Street.
Expect traffic delays and intermittent road closures.
You can find a map of the entire race route at the Ride with GPS web site here
If you are looking for something fun to do, go and see Backwards in High Heels at the Westchester Broadway Theatre. This is a great show that you will not want to miss.
Backwards In High Heels tells the story of Ginger Rogers’ public and private life. This musical shows how the duo of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers came together. Rogers’ said,“Sure he was great, but don’t forget that Ginger Rogers did everything he did — backwards and in high heels.”
Ginger’s career began when she won a Charleston contest in her hometown of Fort Worth, Texas, at age 15. Ginger made her Broadway debut three years later and quickly became a star.
Ginger danced in a string of 1930s films, and partnered with Fred Astaire. She won an Oscar for her title role in “Kitty Foyle”. Along the way, she had relationships and many husbands. Her most important relationship was with her mother.
Darien Crago portrays Ginger Rogers and not only wears beautiful costumes but boy can she dance. This was Crago’s first time at Westchester Broadway Theatre and she loved it. “The intimate setting makes it more exhilarating and fun,” said Crago.
Erika Amato who portrayed Lela also is debuting at Westchester Broadway Theatre. Amato loves being at Westchester Broadway Theatre. ” Portraying Lela is great, it’s such a juicy acting part and I love it. I have done dinner theatre and it’s great.” Amato loved loved the costumes
This musical debuted in 2007 at the Florida Stage in West Palm Beach. The show broke box office records in its World Premiere production and has had numerous heralded performances around the country.
Backwards in High Heels is currently at the Westchester Broadway Theatre and will be there until September 20th. This is a MUST see!
For Reservations: Call (914)-592-2222. or click here.