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Coming Up: Shelley Berkley

For this week’s episode of the Ed Bernstein Show, our special guest will be former Nevada Congresswoman Shelley Berkley.

Berkley has been an inspiration to many people due to her achievements as public figure and humanitarian.  She has spent years advocating topics such as immigration reform, human rights, and environmental issues.

Berkley

Ed will also be discussing certain points of the life of Shelley Berkley, including her time with the United States House of Representatives and her upcoming position with The Touro College & University System.  Touro provides higher education based on Judaic values, and Berkley has recently been announced as the CEO and Senior Provost of their Western Division.

We look forward to meeting with Shelley on Sunday, December 22nd at 3pm and hope you will tune in to catch the conversation.  The show will air on KSNV Channel 3.  Enjoy the show!

This Week on the Ed Bernstein Show!

In a city full of great shows, it is difficult to make a decision on which to choose. This week on The Ed Bernstein Show, I had the pleasure to interview casts from very different shows but both very entertaining. My first guests are The Gazillionaire, Penny and Melody from the critically acclaimed acro-cabarat variety show “Absinthe”. “Absinthe” is performed in the round in intimate proximity of the world-class artists performing amazing feats of strength, balance, danger and unfathomable flexibility. The New York Times hails, “Imagine Cirque du Soleil as channeled through ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show.’”

Also joining me on the show are Graham Fenton and Deven May of “Jersey Boys”. This smash hit show takes you behind the unforgettably classic music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. The show chronicles their stories from their blue collar early years to becoming one of the greatest successes in pop music history. “Jersey Boys”, the Tony Award-winning Best Musical of 2006, as Clive Barnes in the New York Post said, “It’s just too good to be true”.

Tune in on Sunday Channel 3 at 4:00pm.

This Week on the Ed Bernstein Show!

This week on The Ed Bernstein show I welcome “America’s Got Talent” illusionist Michael Turco. Michael is headlining 6 days per week (dark Tuesdays) in “Magic and Mayhem” at Planet Hollywood in the Saxe Theater. This much buzzed about show is choreographed by “Dancing With The Stars” choreographer Lacey Schwimmer and on the show Michael performs a card trick that I am still trying to figure out!

Also joining me on the show is 25 year comedy veteran Michael Wheels Parise. Wheels has been the opening act for Andrew Dice Clay for over 20 years and costarred with Dice in a VH-1 Reality Show called “Dice Undisputed” in 2008. After spending 20 years in Hollywood California at the World Famous Comedy Store as a house favorite, he decided to make Las Vegas his new home with his family. His comedy show “Wheels Live” runs at the Rio Hotel and Casino 6 nights a week Monday thru Saturday at 8:30pm.

The show airs this Sunday at 4:00pm on KSNV/NBC.

This Week on the Ed Bernstein Show

Join me this week when I interview award winning illusionist Tommy Wind. At just 21 years of age, Tommy is a dynamic, hip, award winning illusionist who was named “Best Teen Magician of the Year” at the 2009 “World Magic Awards”. His new show IMPACT: An Explosion of Magic and Music opened at the Clarion Hotel in February of 2012. On the show Tommy talks about how he got his start in magic and performs sleight of hand tricks.

Also on the show are General Manager Michael LaPorte and Sushi Chef John Lee from Social House at Crystals in Aria.  Social House offers exquisite Asian cuisine, unrivaled décor and exuberant vibe. Frequently flocked by red carpet A-listers, the Social House has developed a menu featuring dishes that are the true stars of the restaurant. The impressive sushi, sashimi and extensive sake program allows guests to indulge while staying true to the Social House motto of “Sushi, Sake, and Socialize.” Michael talked about different types of sushi and the chef demonstrated a dish that included tuna, scallops, lobster, Kobe beef, caviar and ended with gold flakes.

The show airs this Sunday at 4:00pm on KSNV/NBC.

This Week on the Ed Bersntein Show!

Did you know that the foods you eat affect your body’s response to seasonal allergies? My guest this week is one of the nation’s leading holistic pharmacist and author, Sherry Torkos. As a pharmacist with training in both conventional and complementary medicine, she combines the two to achieve better health naturally. We will be discussing foods and natural remedies to alleviate allergy symptoms.
Some surprising ways to get allergy relief … starting with your dinner table. Most people don’t think of food when they are searching for allergy relief but there are some excellent options.

• Reach for red onions, green tea and red apples. Allergy symptoms are an inflammatory response. Your body releases histamines to fight off the pollen or whatever is attacking you. These red foods all contain quercetin which is a natural antihistamine and helps to sooth the histamine response.
• Prepare meals with red peppers. They are rich in Vitamin C which is also a natural antihistamine. It’s beneficial for more than just colds.
• Dine on cold-water fish, flax seed or chia seeds. All of these foods are known to reduce inflammation.
• Make a power sauce. Marinara sauce is rich in Vitamin C and other antioxidants. Toss in some Vitamin D-enriched mushrooms and garlic for a real power meal that lowers inflammation.
• Add onions to your meal. Onions are rich in sulfur which helps to detoxify your body.

The show airs this Sunday at 4:00pm on KSNV/NBC.