Penthouse Forum was started in March 1970 as a supplement to Penthouse.
Unlike the main Penthouse title, Penthouse Forum is more journalistic than pornographic, and features editorials and opinion pieces on controversial contemporary topics. It features regular monthly columns titled "On the Boards", "On the Beltway", and "On the Edge". It also features a section for the "Letter of the Month".
Forum is a two-hour live call-in radio program produced by KQED-FM, presenting discussions of local, state, national and international issues, and in-depth interviews. The program began in 1990 as a politics-oriented talk show, created and hosted by Kevin Pursglove. Since 1993, it has been hosted by scholar, author, professor, and former KGO Radio host Michael Krasny, who broadened the program's scope to a cross-section of current events.
The format of Forum varies from show to show, but generally involves an in-person interview followed by public Q&A via phone or email with one or more subjects, often nationally prominent authors and scholars. The program airs for two hours on weekday mornings, with an hour repeated in the evening.
The Yank was a vehicle made by Custom Auto Works, a company based in San Diego, California, in 1950. Being what could be described as a poor man's sports car, it was an inexpensive, though rather attractive, aluminum-bodied car. It was powered by a 63 brake horsepower (47kW), 134.2-cubic-inch-displacement Willysfour-cylinderL-headengine mated to a three-speed manual transmission. It cost $1,000 from the factory, weighed 1,500 pounds (680kg), and had a wheelbase of 100 inches (2,540mm) .
"Yank", in Ron Kowalke, ed., Standard Catalog of American Cars 1946-1975 (Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 1997), pp.873.
What happened? That’s the question,” Toomey, a Lehigh ValleyRepublican, said during a forum of labor and business leaders in Pittsburgh... Much of the informal conversation during the sit-down forum of about a dozen participants was dominated by U.S. Steel yanking its ...