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Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa was born in Tokyo and lived in various cities while growing up, as his father was in the US army and his mother was a Japanese actress. The family finally settled in Southern California, where Cary began acting in high school. He was an exchange student in Japan while studying at the University of Southern California.
Cary moved back to Japan after college, but was disappointed when he felt like an outsider, not having lived there in so long. He returned to America and, at the age of 36, began his acting career. He got his first big break as an actor when he was cast in Bernardo Bertolucci's film "The Last Emperor." He played roles in "James Bond: License to Kill," "Rising Sun," "Mortal Kombat," "Planet of the Apes," and dozens of other movies. He was also in many TV series, including "Baywatch" and "Hawaii Five-O."
Cary's new focus for the movies and television is to play the good guy, since until recently, he portrayed mostly bad guys. Despite his formidable Martial Arts prowess, the bad guy is invariably defeated, Cary is certaintly quite different in real life. Everyone who knows him personally always note his calm and centered energy associated with being beyond winning and loosing. For over 35 years, Cary Tagawa has been developing his new form of Martial Arts called Chuu Shin this interview is mostly about.
Join us this evening as we expose the persecution and false charges levied against Cary Crittendon in California. Cary is currently held at Elmwood Correctional Facility charged with parole violations (non-specific). A May 4th hearing has been scheduled to allow the prosecutor time to fabricate other charges. The intent? To sentence Cary to a long period in prison for exposing the corruption of a sitting judge with a long history of corruption.
Later in the show: Doug Franks will join us to talk about the recent victim's symposium that took place in Florida where families that had been targeted had an actual opportunity to speak at length about the abuses they had endured at the hands of predatory guardians and the infamous BAR Association, along with the corruption of the probate courts facilitated by hand-picked "judges".
Should be an interesting show!
Welcome to the Farming and Gardening program! Your host is Majiedah Muhammad, her guest is Cary Junior. Cary Junior is a farmer and urban food system developer...curious to know what he does? Be sure to dial into the studio this evening at 8:00pm eastern, 347-945-5454. You may also enter the chat room from the show page at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa We look forward to your questions and comments.
Some time soon we want you to go to the farm and visit...see what we are about http://www.noimoa.com .
SHOW # 265 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"
We begin the show with Couch Kid Too Slim (Tim Langford), who will give us a health update and let us know about the great shows he has scheduled for the rest of 2015!
Then Dick LeMasters will join me. Dick is from Texas and offers a mix of Americana, Roots, Rock and Blues on his album One Bird, Two Stones. We'll talk to Dick about growing up in Porrt Arthur, TX and his journey down the musical highway while we listen to songs from the album.
Cary Morin has been described as "one of the best acoustic pickers on the scene today". He has reprsented the Colorado Blues Society at the 2014 & 2015 IBCand is a part of the Music Maker Relief Foundation. His latest album Tiny Town was released in January of this year. I get to speak with Cary about his remarkable career and his new album.
I learned of Anne Harris by way of her incredible contribution to the new Jeff Jensen album. her violin took the song "Ash & Bone" to a whole new level. She has jsut released Come Hither a collection of 9 originals that defy definition. Anne has spent time with Otis Taylor and has received accolades across her career and 5 previous albums. She and I will explore her sound and career.
The Couch Kid Smokin' Joe Kubek returns to The Couch to talk about what he and Bnois King have been up to since we last spoke while we delve into their latest release, Fat Man's Shine Parlor.
Tonight is a rebroadcast of the show Bonnie did Sunday featuring Cary and Gretchen...After the show...we will entertain calls for discussion...
Join us for stimulating conversation!
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Tonight Bonnie welcomes back author Cary Black, author of “Katrina—A Freight Train Screamin’,” and his lovely wife, Gretchen Schott, who is a musical performer and writer. This year marks the 10 year anniversary of Huricane Katrina, one of the worst hurricanes to ever hit Louisianna destroying lives and homes forever.
Katrina—A Freight Train Screamin’ is a most inspirational book to honor those people who rescued others during Hurricane Katrina's destruction ten years ago in some of our Southern states--especially Louisiana. Since Cary was last with us, he met his beautiful wife Gretchen which ironically was through the writing of the book. Cary and Gretchen have become a team not only in marriage, but also in writing, music, and hosting their own radio show. Gretchen and her family were victims of the Hurricane, and tonight we'll hear about the heroism and strength of the people through this crisis.
Cary and Gretchen have co-authored a children's book about Katrina titled French Quarter Tori and the Red Owl that we will discuss,
It was in December 1959 that Alvin Lee Johnson (born June 20, 1939) entered Cosimo Matassa’s recording studio. He emerged from the studio on Governor Nicholls Street with what would be a belated hit song and a new name, Al “Carnival Time” Johnson. Joe Ruffino produced the recording session for his Ric label and Carnival Time eventually joined Professor Longhair’s Go to the Mardi Gras and Big Chief, and the Hawkettes’ Mardi Gras Mambo as classics of the New Orleans Mardi Gras.
Johnson, like so many New Orleans musicians, grew up in the city’s Ninth Ward where he played trumpet and piano. Born in 1939, he was influenced early on by Sugar Boy Crawford, Fats Domino, and Smiley Lewis.
Alvin Johnson, best known for his famous song, "Carnival Time," has been a New Orleans Mardi Gras icon for over 40 years. A Rhythm & Blues performer, Al is a New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival veteran and has worked with the likes of Aaron Neville, Oliver Morgan, Bobby Lonero as well as (the late Tommy Ridgley, Jessie Hill, Bobby Mitchell, Eddie Bo & Ernie K-Doe)
Al has performed on the "Louisiana Jukebox" TV program and been the star of a highly successful Louisiana Lottery Mardi Gras campaign. Al has also been the subject of numerous articles in Mardi Gras Guide, New Orleans Magazine, Offbeat Magazine, The Louisiana Weekly, The Times Picayune, and Gambit Weekly.
Also on the show, we have an amazing local New Orleans team...."Dave and Rose"...these fine local musicians will share their music and perspective regarding the 10 years after Katrina... Please join us for a fest of great music and perspective from NOLA musicians...
Cary talks about:
Reboot for the remainder of the semester Set new goals. Talk to people about your goals.
Looking forward to a career in Public R
This week on Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years After, We are honored and pleased to have Bonnie Kaye come on the show as a host to interview Gretchen and I. Bonnie was the original patron of the Heroes of Katrina show we did several years ago. Without her support, wisdom, advise, and encouragement, the show would likely have never been, nor would be, now.
Cary met Bonnie through her efforts to support literally hundreds of independent authors who faced significant losses in revenue due to the fraudulant practices of Airleaf Publishing. Over the years she has become a close friend to both Cary and Gretchen.
We are excited to have Bonnie on as a host...this show brings us back around to where we started in 2010. So please join us Wednesday evening for a show where Cary and Gretchen give their "Then and Now" account and discuss new and upcoming projects with Bonnie Kaye.
The Women's College World Series started today, and thanks to a rain delay, BAMS will be running a bit late tonight! We'll be discussing the Tide's opening game against the red hot Michigan Wolverines in Oklahoma City. Cary, Drew and Thomas will also break down Alabama's path to the title game in what turned into an SEC-centric tournament. The ubuitity of football means that it isn't completely off the docket. John Garcia Jr. of Scout.com will join us to talk recruiting, and we'll also talk some of the things coming out of the SEC meetings down in Destin. The action starts at 9 tonight with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
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Radiant Family Life radio show
Show: Your family is your sacred space, your well Spring, and creative lab. Your opportunity to create Radiance in your family life.
This episode our dynamic guest is a shining example of all Creating, Maintaining, and
transforming one life, one space, and one family at a time.
I am grateful and over joyed to have of course, Cary Weldy here with us today,
to share with us his wildly successful visionary and inventor. But, wait there’s more …..
We're geeking out on old houses, DIY family life, paint innovations, and project trends at the National Hardware Show.
Mark and Theresa have a soft spot for other couples who love renovating old homes, and they might just have fallen hard for Andy and Candis Meredith at the National Hardware Show.
On this episode of MyFixitUpLife talk show, hosts Mark and Theresa are checking in with long-time DIY family friend Dan Cary, who is now part of the Woodworker's Journal family. They talk tools, staining, painting, and silly voices, because at the end of the day we're all just making home a happier place for our families.
New guest on the show Justin DiPego from DoItYourself.com talks trebuchets and DIY trends. Mark and Justin spent a weekend with a pile of other DIY experts at the Craftsman Makecation making awesome projects.
Mark Marotto from Shur-Line shares a few innovations including their paint and primer paint brushes, the staining pad that reaches between the deck boards for maximum coverage, and the paint roller quick release that makes the chore of removing a wet paint roll from a frame so much cleaner and easier.
Andy and Candis Meredith, new hosts of a soon-to-be-released HGTV show. They specialize in restoring old homes while raising seven boys inside their DIY family life. Based in Utah, the couple has created a business called Old Home Love which combines their passion for old homes with their incredible ability to renovate these historic properties.