Sunday, October 21st through Saturday, October 27th, motorcycle enthusiasts and supporters of breast cancer research, education, and outreach programs worldwide will be able to bid on a one-of-a-kind custom-built motorcycle specially constructed to raise funds for the Quad Cities affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. This women's chopper was first unveiled at the Quad Cities Race for the Cure in the spring. All proceeds from the auction will support breast cancer research, education, outreach, screening, and treatment for the medically underserved. The project was funded in part by Radiology Group Imaging Center, Davenport, Iowa, and Wiebler's Harley-Davidson, Davenport, Iowa.

Many special features are included in the design, such as ribbon-shaped wheel rims, specially air-painted gas tank with Susan G. Komen logo, ribbon-embossed leather seat, and other artfully applied features. The color is primarily black, with white and pink design enhancements. For more details go to or

To place a bid on eBay go to October 21st through October 27th and click on the "Auctions" tab.

### today launched the first website that recommends products for shoppers by learning their individual taste. The site employs a visual search technology that matches people to products based on their personal taste, and creates social networks for people of all styles. This patented process simplifies online shopping by offering more accurate product recommendations.


ImageFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Filming of New Full Length Motion Picture Begins in Quad Cities - EXTRAS Needed October 28th!  Contact:  Sheila Stalsberg - Cell Phone (563) 579-9717 David Clevenger - Office:  (309) 912-9786  Quad Cities - Production  on an exciting action drama and heart touching movie titled Buddy Guard is underway throughout the Quad Cities.   3 Stones Studios Inc, a local High Definition production studio based in Colona, IL, announced today, that Buddy Guard, a full length motion picture is being filmed at locations throughout the Quad Cities from now until the end of October.      3 Stones Studios Inc is looking for extras to be in one of the large group scenes.  Those interested in being in the film should come to Wharton Field House on October 28 between 11:00 - 11:30 a.m.  Extras will be shuttled to the film location and should be prepared to stay for two hours or until about 1:30  p.m.  The scene being filmed for this portion of the movie will revolve around a political rally which will be filmed inside New Life Fellowship at 2345 19th Street, Moline, IL. (Located at the corner of I-74 and Avenue of the Cities) Written by Director David Clevenger, an award-winning and internationally recognized director and film producer, "Buddy Guard" is a new action-packed family movie.  It is a high-paced, feature length motion picture that is spiced with the innocence of child-like faith. When ex-body guard Steven Rike is persuaded to protect mentally challenged "Buddy McKenny", an assassination attempt on their lives sets in motion a cascade of drama, comedy, and adventure.  Now the two must learn to cope with one another and find strength beyond themselves while being hunted relentlessly by persons unknown.  Production of Buddy Guard began September 2, 2007, in St. Charles, MO.  The estimated release date is January 2008.   "We are excited about shooting Buddy Guard with a predominantly local cast and crew," said David Clevenger, Director and Film Writer.   "The Quad Cities offers a wide variety of interesting geography, exciting locations and a wealth of local businesses.  The media in the Quad Cities has also been extremely supportive.   This film, the local involvement, along with all the support will help catch the attention of other film makers and directors.  It will also help raise awareness about the advantages the Quad Cities offers for future film productions.  In fact, 3 Stones Studios is planning to produce 3 to 4 films a year based in the Quad Cities."  3 Stones Studios is a newly formed Quad Cities production company that offers High Definition movie production, professional video services, and media camp training.   The media camps have been held in 3 states including Iowa, Illinois , and Michigan.  Students ages 12 and up learn the basics of movie making and by the end of the course have produced a short film.  To find out more about Buddy Guard, visit the movie website at:  http:// .  For more information on 3 Stones Studios Inc. go to 




Overtime Sports in Bettendorf is having an essay contest titled "My favorite sport is.....".  Entries can be picked up at Overtime, by calling 563-650-0849, or email

Rules:  Must be 17 or younger.  One boy and one girl will win- $50.00 gift certificate to a sporting good store and a $100 gift certificate to Overtime!

Essay must be 200 words or less, one entry per person.....we'd also love to have a picture of the entrant in sports gear, we'll add it to a collage of pictures to be hung at Overtime.  Entries must be turned in by October 28th at noon, winners will be announced October 29th at 7:00 at Overtime.  Need not be present to win. 





Toastmasters District 54 Fall Conference will be held November 16-17 at the Holiday Inn, Moline. The theme this year is "Moving Mountains in Moline".

Friday night's begin with "Dancing with The Toastmasters". This is open dancing along with dance demonstrations.

Saturday activities began with our business meeting of the association followed by our keynote speaker, Ed Hearn....2006 World Champion of Public Speaking.

There will be a table topics contest followed by educational sessions and concludes with the humorous speech contest.

You can register for the conference by either:

Registering your entire club for just $35.00

Toastmaster individual fee @ $15.00

Non Toastmaster individual fee @ $10.00

Meal cost are $15.00 for lunch which includes tax & gratuity and $25.00 for dinner which includes tax & gratuity.

Room reservations at the Holiday Inn are $59.00 single or double occupancy plus tax. When making your hotel reservations, please refer to District 54 TM Fall Conference. Blocked rooms available through October 16, 2007.

The deadline of registration with meals is November 1, 2007. Late reservation will be accepted without meal reservation.

For details see the District 54 website at

For more information call Greg Harmon at 737-8031.


ImageTorment at Twelve Hundred is pleased to announce that Dave and Darren from ROCK 104.9 will be host a live remote Saturday, Oct. 20th, from 7pm - 9pm.


Contact: Morgan Johnson
Phone: (563) 324-5233

Penguin's Comedy Club
1850 Isle Pkwy Ste
Bettendorf, IA 52722

Teacher turned
musical comedian
Tim Cavanagh performs
at Penguin's Comedy Club October 4 - 6
25, 2007 - When Tim Cavanagh finished school, he took a career
aptitude test and based on his verbal ability score, it suggested that he become
a mime.  But as luck would have it, that
was the year mimes went on strike for better working conditions (bigger
make-believe boxes to be trapped in, a less stiff imaginary wind to run against,
etc.).  So Tim walked away from the mime
world, although as he walked away, he pretended to be pulled along by a big
invisible dog.


For the next three years, Tim
taught religion at an all-girls Catholic high school.  At night, he broke into comedy at Zanies,
Chicago's best
comedy club.  This dual role, religion
teacher by day and comedian by night, began to take its toll.  One night, as Tim threatened to call a
heckler's parents, he realized it was time to choose one career.


He picked comedy.  Soon his funny songs were being heard
nationally on the legendary "Dr. Demento" radio show.  With an ever growing collection of fun, witty
tunes, Tim was a perfect fit for radio. 
In spite of an allergy to giraffes that kept him away from a number of
Morning Zoos, he has been a frequent and favorite guest on drive-time radio
shows across the country. With songs like "I Wanna Kiss Her (But She Won't Let
Me)," "99 Dead Baboons," and "Get Drunk with Dignity," Cavanagh has sung his way
into the hearts of radio audiences everywhere.


For several years, Tim worked
closely with radio personality and "Partridge Family" star Danny Bonaduce.  Danny once said, "Tim's the funniest guy in
the world.  He's so cute, you just wanna
kiss him."  And that's coming from a man
who once beat up a guy in a dress.


Since 1997, Tim has been a
regular guest on the award winning "Bob & Tom" radio show, which is heard
nationwide on 120-plus stations.  In that
time, Tim has performed over two hundred songs on the show.  Many of those songs were part of a popular
weekly segment, "The One Minute Song," which he did on the show from


Along the way, Tim was featured
on an ABC-TV prime time comedy special, as well as on Comedy Central and Comcast
Comedy Spotlight.


Since 1997, Tim has released
three comedy CDs on his own Hits & Giggles Records label.  Tim recently recognized himself as "Best
Artist" on the Hits & Giggles roster, an award he has won three out of the
last five years.  Even though he is the
only act on the roster, a misty-eyed Cavanagh was quoted as saying, "It's still
a big thrill."


Aside from headlining at comedy
clubs and touring with "The Friends of Bob & Tom" shows, Tim has performed
at hundreds of corporate events.  From
Mayo Clinic and Xerox to the Midwest Poultry Federation and Prairie Bolt &
Screw, his clean and clever material has made him a hit.  He is a professional member of the National
Speakers Association, and while that organization is the archenemy of the
National Mime Council, Tim still has cordial relations with several


See Tim
Cavanagh co-starring Nicholas Anthony 
October 4th
through 6th at Penguin's Comedy Club. Tickets are available by calling (563)
324-5233 or by visiting www.penguinscomedyclub
.  Visit the Penguin's Comedy Club website for more
upcoming events such as "Bob & Tom" favorites Pat Godwin, Paul & Storm
and The Musical Comedians of Comedy Tour.



Contact: Morgan Johnson
Phone: (563) 324-5233

Penguin's Comedy Club
1850 Isle Pkwy Ste
Bettendorf, IA 52722

He's Even Funny
During the Off Season
Dan St. Paul performs
at Penguin's Comedy Club September 20th through 22nd
12, 2007 - Comedian Dan St. Paul has become a legend among listeners of "The BOB
& TOM" show even if they may not realize it. The show's daily most
frequently asked question would have to be, "who does that bit where Jesus is
playing baseball," (or some variation of that). The answer of course, is St.
Paul. His biblical baseball game pieces rank among the most highly sought after
bits in the show's history.
Dan has also appeared on
several episodes of "An Evening at the Improv", plus numerous shows on VH-1,
MTV, and Comedy Central. Since then, he has opened for such superstars as Jerry
Seinfeld, Natalie Cole, Dwight Yoakum, Smokey Robinson, and Vince Gill. In a
testament to the class of his act, Dan even opened for the San Francisco

Dan appeared in the movie "Flubber" with Robin Williams, and
signed a recording deal with MCA records. His CD, "Natural and Good for You"
contains one the most requested comedy pieces on radio, "The First Baseball
Game". He also is the star of his own one-man play, "Outer Mission, Middle Class
- The Comic Diary of an Immigrant's Son".

See Dan
St. Paul co-starring Stan Stankos
September 20th
through 22nd at Penguin's Comedy Club. Tickets are available by calling (563)
324-5233 or by visiting www.penguinscomedyclub
.  Visit the Penguin's Comedy Club website for more
upcoming events such as "Bob & Tom" favorites Tim Cavanaugh, Pat Godwin and
Paul & Storm.




Interactive, mobile "Television Studio on Wheels" to stop at library and farmers market 

Schedule of Book TV Bus in Quad Cities --  Free and Open to the Public: 

Tuesday, September 18th
5:00 pm-7:00 pm: Davenport Public Library - Fairmont Branch
3000 North Fairmont St., Davenport

Wednesday, September 19th
8:00 am-Noon: Davenport Farmers Market
River Drive and Western Ave., Davenport

For more information on the Book TV Bus visit
or take a video view of our travels at