Our monthly Saturday morning feature, 10 @ 10 @ 10:10 am returns to our airwaves as "New England's George Reeves", Kevin Titus will make his return appearance on YOUR Home Town Station. Kevin is best known for making appearances as Daily Planet reporter, Clark Kent and has been spotted in his vintage Superman costume all through out the tri-state region and our surrounding areas. His specialty is bringing back an array of timeless characters back to life amidst a positive reception from audiences of all ages.

In this month's installment, "The Man of Steel" focuses on a local connection for the November 12th movie premiere of the Robin Williams bio pic "Being Robin" (which he and his wife DeAnna are also co-stars in this latest cinematic effort). The exclusive screening will be held in Boston, Massachusetts.

Kevin will also look back at the life of a lost Hollywood legend who resided in the Litchfield hills upon her retirement from show business until her untimely passing in 1960. This story is moving and gripping in nature as you will discover this actress had ties to our tri-state region and was a fixture in the north western Connecticut community.

Kevin is normally accompanied by his sidekick, Michael Paul Esposito who is also known as "New England's Jimmy Olsen" and he also hosts a successful weekly internet radio program entitled "Time Out With Kevin" which reaches a loyal audience via his Facebook page.

Tune in on-air to 860 AM OR 94.1 FM, listen LIVE on-line by going here and while you are on our web site, click the LISTEN tab on the home page and scroll down to either WSBS on Alexa OR WSBS on Google Home for step-by-step instructions to enable your Smart Speaker device. You can download the FREE WSBS app at your local app store to your tablet, Smart phone OR mobile device and take us along wherever you GO: "WE ARE PORTABLE"!!

(Photo images from Kevin Titus's archives used by permission courtesy of New England's George Reeves for publication towards this on-line article)

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