Another great American city in my sights. Literally.
Love my nomadic lifestyle this summer, experiencing the unique flavors of Austin, Dallas and now Denver in less than 100 days.
The Mile High City is quite a wonder. Beauty, sunshine, Red Rocks (below) and healthy people everywhere, no doubt making Denver an amazing place to live. Not to mention cool neighborhoods to explore like LoHi, Capital Hill, RiNo, Downtown, Baker, LoDo, West Colfax (where I live) and the Highlands. And don’t forget my favorite walking trail around Sloan’s Lake Park with an amazing view of the majestic Colorado Rockies (below). Simply awesome.
Special thanks to the Universe for allowing me the opportunity to traverse this great nation, and to all the friendly locals and business owners I’ve met along the way.
So take it from me…one who has called home to more than 12 major U.S. cites, if you find yourself with three months to spare, definitely check-out the splendor of Denver. You won’t be disappointed.
Have an awesome day everyone, and get your workout in.
With Love & Light to those who gave their lives on 9/11. RIP – R
Tola Talks about the Top 10 Common Foods You Didn’t Know Were Genetically Modified. Plus, a special Happy Birthday shout-out to Mom and RIP shout-outs to Sam Simon, co-creator of The Simpsons, and the 10 victims of the survival-themed French Realty show, Dropped.
Tola Talks about the luckiest man alive who survived free falling unconscious at 4,000 feet, plus all the furor over SNL’s skit with Dakota Johnson heading off to join ISIS and a RIP tribute to Leonard Nimoy, aka Mr. Spock. It’s also Movie Monday so check-out my review of Will Smith’s new film, Focus…with some talk about my return to stand-up comedy tomorrow night in LA.
Tola Talks hot Grammy dresses & President Obama’s DV message, life lessons from legendary basketball coach Dean Smith (RIP), same-sex marriage in Alabama, and the tandem skydivers being dived at by their crazy pilot. On Movie Monday, Rich also reviews the 2010 love story, Leap Year starring Amy Adams & Matthew Goode. Weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks
Tola Talks about the A-listers who should have but didn’t get nominated for an Oscar this year and why, RIP tribute to the original Marlboro Man, plus we throwback to 1970 and give the Get Your SH!T Together Award to parents in Maryland who let their kids (ages 10 & 6) roam the streets by themselves. Weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks.
Tola Talks about two new weight loss products plus reviews TIME magazine’s Top 10 Gadgets of 2014. Rich also gives a special RIP shout-out to his Aunt Joanie, who passed away peacefully last night. Weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks. All social: @richtola
Tola Talks about the toilet paper bandit & vintage wine thieves in Napa Valley, the wacko who cut his Mom’s head off because she was nagging him, plus a RIP shout-out to former NY Governor Mario Cuomo. On Fitness Friday, Rich also gives a few Fitness tips on how to start the New Year off right. Weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks. Follow on Social: @richtola
Tola Talks about selfish doctors taking operating room Selfies, North Korea’s internet goes down and the US economy is booming, plus the Get Your S#!T Award goes to the jackass in Tennessee who pulled a gun at a McDonald’s because they forget his cheeseburger. On Top 10 Tuesday, Rich also give us The Late Show with David Letterman’s Top 10 Things You Don’t Want to Hear on Christmas Morning. Weekdays on: youtube.com/tolatalks.
Comedy Monologue on today’s show, plus Tola Talks about Britney Spears & Nelly Furtado, Gianni Versace & Robin WIlliams (RIP), Dead Poets Society & Carpe Diem, Giving Tuesday & Cyber Attacks, and the Top 10 Reasons to Quit Drinking – on Rich’s seven year anniversary.
Tola Talks about daring descents in outer space to land on a comet speeding at 35,000 MPH, baby elephants in Zambia surviving a 14-lion attack, RIP tributes to Mrs. Wolowitz (Carol Ann Susi) of The Big Bang Theory and Big Bank Hank (Henry Jackson) of the Sugar Hill Gang, billionaire booty calls for Kim Kardashian West, and Happy 30th Anniversary to the Queen of Pop, Madonna, for her Live a Virgin album of 1984. On Whatever Wednesdays, Rich also talks with attorney and motivational speaker, Paul Finizio about “Evolving and not Revolving” plus the importance of family as well as preserving and promoting Italian culture to kids in Florida.