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Remember, this is the last week to submit your photos for our current Monthly Photo Challenge. The current subject is "Oops!" If you're a winner, your photo will be made into a Phuzzles Puzzle.

As we we have for the past couple weeks, we expect to have ongoing updates from our contacts in Japan.


Big screen or small screen stories, size doesn't matter when we're joined by our own late night showbiz guru, Gino Salomone, the man who covers movies and other strange events for


Our New Music Monday Magic Laser lands on "Last Planet On The Left," the latest recorded adventure through the extraordinary talents of our friend, Digney Fignus.

If you'd like more information on all the New Music Monday albums and artists we featured during the past couple of years, you'll find it right here.


We'll get the latest from on the earthquake / tsunami aftermath from Chris Betros, editor of Japan Today.


We'll preview the Chi-town Jazz Festival as we're treated to a return in-studio performance from John Moulder.


We head to the top of the world for an update from our Barrow, Alaska bureau chief, who is also the owner of Pepe's North Of The Border, the amazing Fran Tate.


For many years, as our Monday night segued into the wee hours of Tuesday morning, we'd check to see who our friend Les Paul had been jamming with at the Iridium Jazz Club, in New York. Now and then Les would surprise us with a call after his show. Once again, tonight we'll take a few minutes and remember the amazing Les Paul and his legacy as we revisit part of an interview, a story, a laugh or, most importantly, his music and listen to "A Little More Les."

Don't forget, you can keep up with the latest Les Paul news and events by checking out the Les Paul Foundation website.


Ever wonder if you could turn your passion into a money making proposition? Tonight, we'll learn how one man did just that as we're joined by Bob Taylor, Co-founder and President, Taylor Guitars and author of Guitar Lessons: A Life's Journey Turning Passion into Business.