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My guest on the Indie Books Show this week, Author Emilio Iasiello will tell us about his book of short stories: Why People Do What They Do.
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Whew! Last Week's Back To Back To School Episode Was Insane! Well, This Week, The Talking Terror Crew Is Looking To Talk About Anger Issues! More Specifically, Road Rage Issues! We'll Be Discussing Two Films That Base Themselves Around Vehicular Madness! First Up Is Stephen King's Directorial Debut, The Cult Classic, "Maximum Overdrive" (1986)! Starring Emilio Estevan, And Some Homicidal Vehicles And Machinery, We'll Dive Into This Wicked Fiasco! At Least There Will Be Some Good Tunes Through It! We'll Follow That Up With The Second Half Of The "Grindhouse" Series From a Few Years Back, Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof" (2007)! With A Fantastic, Villainous Performance From Kurt Russell, This Film Will Leave Skid Marks On Your Face, And In Your Pants! So, Grab The Wheel, Hold On Tight And Clench Your Cheeks! This Is Going To Be A Wild Ride! Stay Scared!!!
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Why are People so Judgmental?
Radio Talk, August 30, 2014
"When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself." – Wayne Dyer
“It is not for me to judge another man's life. I must judge, I must choose, I must spurn, purely for myself. For myself, alone." –Hermann Hesse, in Siddhartha
“We are all hypocrites. We cannot see ourselves or judge ourselves the way we see and judge others.” –José Emilio Pacheco, in Battles in the Desert and Other Stories
"Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you." –Matthew 7:1-2
"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." –John 8:7
"Whenever we act as judge between people, we make them hate each other even more and one side ends up hating us, too." –Izzy Kalman
"Before You Judge me, make sure that You are Perfect."
Judging is a precarious business. Traditional psychology and most religious and ethical systems advise us not to judge our fellow human beings. Judging other people makes it difficult to understand and help them.
What can the jazz process tell us about life? How can jazz be a model for education and better business practices? In what ways can jazz help us become better listeners, leaders, innovators, and collaborators? Each Friday at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific), we'll trade fours with educators, students, business leaders, creative artists, diplomats and more drawn from a global audience. Join us on Trading Fours and "Get in on the Rhythm."
Actor Larry Poindexter (Master of Sex, Perception, S.W.A.T.) & Actress/Producer Shelley Morrison (Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery, Will & Grace) join us on The Matthew Aaron Show this Thursday (8/14) as we broadcast live from Chicago starting at 5pm PT / 7pm CT.
Our old pal Larry joins us to fill us in on what the heck he's been up too since his last appearance on the show as well as his recent guest spots on MASTERS OF SEX, HAWAII FIVE-0, CRIMINAL MINDS and countless others.
Shelley joins us to discuss her career as well as the upcoming documentary WEAVING THE PAST: JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY which she Executive Produced along with her husband who wrote and directed it.
"Weaving the Past: A Journey of Discovery" follows American filmmaker Walter Dominguez on a life-changing quest to uncover mysteries in the life of his saintly Mexican-born grandfather, Reverend Emilio Hernandez, and to fulfill his grandfather's dying wish to locate his long lost family of origin. Traveling through California, Texas and Mexico, Walter discovers Emilio's involvement with courageous Mexican and American revolutionaries fighting for social justice in tragically oppressed Mexico. His search finally leads him to his grandfather's family in Mexico, and redemption for himself.
It will be screening for one week starting Friday August 15th - August 21st at the Laemmle Playhouse 7 is Los Angeles.
Show starts at 5pm PT (7pm CT / 8pm ET). Stream it live from our website or subscribe for free and download the show on iTunes. You can also listen on the go on your Android/iPhone/iPad device via Stitcher.
The good guys lose another one tonight to the Dodgers who have owned us lately. Tonight I talk about the game, Mike Minor, something Joe Simpson said, BJ Upton, Emilio and Fredi's little baseball book, and the frustration of the Atlanta Braves losses lately.
Pastor Emilio Ramos (Heritage Grace Community Church) is our special guest explaining why he believes women should NOT open air preach to men.
Call 858.365.5507 with your comments or questions.
WALTER DOMINGUEZ, Latino award winning filmmaker
Being a CTE Teacher in my other life I hear all the time about students who are going to leave high school and immediately make the “Big Time $$$$” in some field of Entertainment and so today I wanted to talk to someone who has actually “been there, done that”. I give full credit for borrowing the show descriptions from my friends at Armando F. Sanchez productions and for the Information Provided by Walter’s Public Relations People
In our fast-paced, chaotic world, it is difficult (if not impossible) to imagine the lives of those who came before us, even just two generations ago. And yet, more than ever, each of us still has a yearning to connect with the past, to better understand those who came before us and made us who we are.
That is the journey undertaken by filmmaker Walter Dominguez in the extraordinary documentary “Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery.”
As a young man, Dominguez was inspired by his grandfather, Emilio, known as “Tata,” who was one of the most prominent and beloved Mexican Methodist ministers in idyllic Santa Paula in rural Southern California. A community leader who was known for his generous heart and kind spirit, Tata died in 1973. Three decades later, with the generation that knew Tata best quickly dying away, Dominguez picked up his camera to uncover the long-hidden secrets of Tata’s earliest years.
Walter brings to this award-winning film his unique sensibility as a storyteller and his perspective as an American Latino. Walter’s skills are a result of his extensive background as a director, assistant director, 2nd unit director, writer and producer in Hollywood studio features, television series, independent features.
Walter Dominguez is a Southern California born and raised Latino documentary filmmaker.
Walter wrote, directed and produced his new independently made documentary feature film, Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery, which follows Walter’s twelve year search to find his grandfather Emilio’s roots in 19th century Mexico and early 20th century Los Angeles.
His quest reveals Emilio’s deep friendship with one of Mexico’s great revolutionary heroes, Práxedis G. Guerrero, and their courageous and idealistic struggle to free Mexico of its oppressive dictator, Porfirio Díaz.
Walter brings to this award-winning film his unique sensibility as a storyteller and his perspective as an American Latino. Walter’s skills are a result of his extensive background as a director, assistant director, 2nd unit director, writer and producer in Hollywood studio features, television series, independent features, and documentary video production.
His credits as an assistant director include The Andromeda Strain, and Oklahoma Crude for Hollywood legends Robert Wise and Stanley Kramer, Play It As It Lays from auteur filmmaker Frank Perry, and Steven Ihnat’s contemporary western The Honkers. He has directed 2nd-unit for the cult thriller feature, Devil Times Five, as well as for Frank Perry’s Play It As It Lays.
He has been a member of the Director’s Guild of America (DGA) since 1972, as well as a member of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP), Film Independent (FIND), and the International Documentary Association (IDA).
Walter is a graduate of Occidental College, having majored in history, and he did graduate work in Cinema Studies at the USC School of Cinema.
He has been married to veteran actress Shelley Morrison since 1973.
Another visit to the House of Emilio tonight on the show. Tonight we will be smoking the 1502 cigars. We will be sampling the the Emrald, Ruby and the Black Gold. I will warn you now that if your not smoking these cigars yet you need to find somewhere to get them and start@!
Our pairing tonight will be with Monkey Shoulder Scotch. It is a new drink to the show but I have a feeling it will quickly become a favorite.
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Tonight we introduce our second FREE summer production, "Romeo and Juliet."
Shakespeare in Detroit's founding Artistic and Executive Director, Sam White, will interview the show's director, Emilio Rodriguez, about the company's performance of the audience favorite Saturday, July 26 at 7 p.m.
Learn more about the company and their performance tonight!
Born in Mexico City, Emilio Merritt received his BA in Acting from UNAM (Centro Universitario de Teatro). After graduating from college, je got a scholarship to assist on a full time program:"Acting for film and TV" at SchoolCreative (now Vancouver Acting School), in Vancouver, Canada. After he graduated, Emilio was signed at Premiere Talent Agency and worked in Canada for a couple of years. In Vancouver he made " A Simple Day", which was accepted in festivals around the world. After this work, Emilio went back to Mexico City, directed two plays, won an award as best director for one of his plays. Currently, Emilio works as a casting assistant for Cortazar Abiatti, and on film crews for different movies. As an Actor, Emilio has acted in more than six soap operas as a guest star.