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Alan Berg, Al Zinn, Stephen Singular, Harold Dubinski -- Who was Alan Berg's best friend?

Episode 70 features bestselling author Stephen Singular, author of Talked to Death, The Life and Murder of Alan Berg. Learn about the famous Denver talk show host slain for being a Jew. The killers were right-wing radicals. Learn about Berg’s true relationship with Peter Boyles.



Harold Dubinski is a Colorado lawyer with forty years’ experience. His mentor was Al Zinn, a legendary Denver lawyer who was one of Alan Berg’s actual best friends. In Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge, Harold shares amazing Al Zinn and Alan Berg stories – plus plentiful sound of the two friends from November 19, 1981 on KOA.



Troubadour Dave Gunders delivers with the Skatterbrains’ hit single from the 1980’s titled Sometimes You Hurt Me as we discuss our memories of Alan Berg on Denver radio and his tragic murder on June 18, 1984. The Craig Silverman Show, every Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Colorado time.

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