Monthly Archives: October 2023

Ray Fournier -400

Well, we’ve arrived at a milestone. On Mic Podcast 400! I’ve chosen to feature a lifelong friend as my guest, Mr. Ray Fournier. Ray has been a pioneer in the audio recording industry for well over a half century. Blind since birth, Ray has inspired so many with his dedication to professionalism and artistry. And he’s quite the namedropper and storyteller. Thanks to all of you for coming along for the podcast ride for all 400 episodes. There is so much more to come!

Christy Cashman -399

Meet Christy Cashman, a woman who wears many hats!  She’s a writer, actress, philanthropist and equestrian who has written her first novel called, “The Truth About Horses.”  It’s a wonderful story of a young girl coming to terms with loss and the incredible impact rising horses has on her life.

Janet Seckel-Cerrotti -398

Meet Janet Seckel-Cerrotti who heads up an outstanding organization that addresses the serious problem of loneliness among older Americans.   About to celebrate a special anniversary,  FriendshipWorks links volunteers with elder citizens in a variety of programs, all of which lead to happier lives.  We are proud to salute  FriendshipWorks on today’s episode of On Mic!

Lon Davis -396

Meet a long time friend Lon Davis who has captured the history of old Hollywood in several wonderful books  (do check out LON DAVIS  on Amazon for the complete list). Today we focus on  his special friendship with a comedy legend, Larry Fine of The Three Stooges. The two became pals when Lon was just a teen and the relationship had a lovely and lasting impact on Lon’s life.

Andy Kelley -395

Meet Andy Kelley, also known as “The Boston Buddha.”  Andy is a husband, father, sports fan and all around regular guy who discovered for himself the benefits of meditation.  Now it’s his life mission to share theses benefits with others, people of all ages and backgrounds.  Meditation doesn’t have to be a grind, Andy explains why and how it works to make lives better!

JB Harris -394

JB Harris captures the historical essence and poignancy of the early immigrant experience in her gripping novel “The Immigrant’s Wife.” Prepare for a story of joy in the wake of hardship, love in an era of uncertainty. And much is based on our guest’s own family history.