As a hilarious fixture on Howard 100 News, Howard Stern's SiriusXM Satellite Radio show, Lisa Glasberg is known both on the air and off for her quick wit and sharp tongue. Now, she is bringing her humor to the page in her new book Sex, Lies, and Cookies (William Morrow). A fresh and entertaining memoir, Sex, Lies, and Cookies recounts Glasberg's misguided quest for sex, drugs, and as much airtime as possible. While stumbling along the path to self-discovery, Glasberg relies on the only guidebook she truly trusts: her Aunt Ina's tattered copy of a 1976 Temple Beth Shalom cookbook. A funny and outspoken speaker, Glasberg is a perfect fit for women's expos and groups, cooking and baking conventions, corporations, and cultural organizations.
As a reporter for Howard 100 News, Glasberg is responsible for updating news headlines on-air each morning, filing stories for the hourly radio newscasts, and covering red carpet events. Before teaming with Howard Stern, Glasberg was part of America's first hip-hop radio station, Hot 97, with Ed Lover and Dr. Dre, and helped make the New York City station an urban institution in the 1990s. In addition, Glasberg has reported on fashion and style for ESPN2's Cold Pizza and has been a member of US Weekly's fashion police, critiquing celebrities' tasteless wardrobe choices with her hilarious, inventive comments. Glasberg has also held many television positions, including hosting her own segment, What's Happening with Lisa G? on WCBS-TV Channel 2 NY. She hosted Finish Line for ESPN2, was a correspondent for Real TV and E!'s The Gossip Show, and has appeared on The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity & Holmes, Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell, Inside Edition, Montel Williams, Ricki Lake, and CNN.
Glasberg has interviewed some of the world's top musical artists and celebrities and her lively opinions have helped her win numerous awards, including the Billboard's Air Personality of the Year Award and the Gracie Allen Award for best local radio host. She was also inducted into Hofstra University's Radio Hall of Fame. In 2002, Glasberg reunited with Ed Lover and Dr. Dre to help launch the successful Power 105.1 FM station in New York City. She has also been featured in the New York Times, Cosmopolitan, New York Daily News, The New York Post, and Newsday. In her spare time, Glasberg plays violin with a classical chamber ensemble at the Lucy Moses School of Music.