Chefs return; they’re still cooking

I’m so happy that the Breakfast Club is back on the air at KAZI 88.7-FM. Friday mornings between 8 and 9 o’clock just weren’t the same during the hiatus. The fare is still hot and there’s never any Pablum. My favorite non-print ways to learn what’s going on around town are Channel 6 replays of public hearings, Sam and Bob on KVET, the growing local news coverage on Univision TV and radio stations, and the Breakfast Club. Callers have the latest news and do not hesitate to broadcast their views on anything and everything, while Tommy Wyatt (editor and publisher of The Villager newspaper) and Akwasi Evans (editor and publisher of NOKOA: The Observer) bring their own peerless mix of news-gathering and political intelligence every week. This is true conversation, which of course is not lacking on any of the Wake-Up Call shows on KAZI starting at 7 am each weekday, but I do love the Breakfast Club, covering all issues, local, state, national, and international, not forgetting sports.

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