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Al Bernstein Back To His Lounge Singing Roots

Play It Again Al

Author and journalist Paul Zanon interviews Showtime boxing analyst and International Boxing Hall of Fame member Al Bernstein about his life in show business, love of music, and his joy in putting on a show for audiences in Vegas and wherever he has the time to sing for an audience while on the road.  Connect with Paul Zanon and Al Bernstein on Twitter *** “My dad had a number of passions and one of them was comedy writing. He wrote some jokes for Henny Youngman, an old-time comedian, who was pretty famous, but he never quite got that off the ground. With the opportunities these days, he might have forged a career in the entertainment industry.” Despite being

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Christian Giudice Author

A Talk with Christian Giudice, Author of Macho Time

  A Talk with Christian Giudice, Author of Macho Time: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of Hector Camacho This is your fourth biography of a Latin American boxer. Where does your interest in them stem from? I have always been fascinated with Panamanian boxing legend Roberto Duran, and what made him so endearing to his people. On a whim in the late 1990s, I considered writing a biography about Duran, and traveled to Panama to start the process. I fell in love with Panama, and decided that I wanted to always be a part of learning and conveying the compelling stories of Latin American boxers. Initially, I did not connect with Duran, but I came back to

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Todd D Snyder author of Bundini

Q&A With Author Todd Snyder

  A Talk with Todd D. Snyder, Author of Bundini: Don’t Believe the Hype You could have written a biography of anyone. Why focus on Drew “Bundini” Brown? Boxing and hip-hop are the two loves of my life. Drew Bundini Brown, in some respects, has a place in both worlds. As a hip-hop scholar, one who was raised by a father who moonlighted as a boxing trainer, I have long recognized Bundini’s contribution to both sports and popular culture. He trained the great Sugar Ray Robinson for seven years. He worked with Muhammad Ali for over two decades, serving as the chief motivator for all of Ali’s important fights. Aside from boxing, Bundini acted in films by iconic

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LATEST NEWS

Al Bernstein Back To His Lounge Singing Roots

Play It Again Al

Author and journalist Paul Zanon interviews Showtime boxing analyst and International Boxing Hall of Fame member Al Bernstein about his life in show business, love of music, and his joy in putting on a show for audiences in Vegas and wherever he has the time to sing for an audience while on the road.  Connect with Paul Zanon and Al Bernstein on Twitter *** “My dad had a number of passions and one of them was comedy writing. He wrote some jokes for Henny Youngman, an old-time comedian, who was pretty famous, but he never quite got that off the ground. With the opportunities these days, he might have forged a career in the entertainment industry.” Despite being an award-winning

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Christian Giudice Author

A Talk with Christian Giudice, Author of Macho Time

  A Talk with Christian Giudice, Author of Macho Time: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of Hector Camacho This is your fourth biography of a Latin American boxer. Where does your interest in them stem from? I have always been fascinated with Panamanian boxing legend Roberto Duran, and what made him so endearing to his people. On a whim in the late 1990s, I considered writing a biography about Duran, and traveled to Panama to start the process. I fell in love with Panama, and decided that I wanted to always be a part of learning and conveying the compelling stories of Latin American boxers. Initially, I did not connect with Duran, but I came back to New Jersey,

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Todd D Snyder author of Bundini

Q&A With Author Todd Snyder

  A Talk with Todd D. Snyder, Author of Bundini: Don’t Believe the Hype You could have written a biography of anyone. Why focus on Drew “Bundini” Brown? Boxing and hip-hop are the two loves of my life. Drew Bundini Brown, in some respects, has a place in both worlds. As a hip-hop scholar, one who was raised by a father who moonlighted as a boxing trainer, I have long recognized Bundini’s contribution to both sports and popular culture. He trained the great Sugar Ray Robinson for seven years. He worked with Muhammad Ali for over two decades, serving as the chief motivator for all of Ali’s important fights. Aside from boxing, Bundini acted in films by iconic filmmakers such

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