• 01:01

    From Broadway to Virginia (Trending)

    in Politics Progressive

    Our Guests today are:


    Drake Van de Castle and Patti D’Beck.


    Drake Van de Castle 


    Drake is committed to our community as the President of First Night Virgina for the last 4 years and is currently the Chair of the Communication Committee for the Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors.


    Patti D’Beck


    Broadway musical theatre veteran, Patti D’Beck’s credits as Associate Choreographer, Supervisor, Dance Captain, and Actor include the original productions of Applause with Lauren Bacall, A Chorus Line, Seesaw, Pippin with Ben Vereen, Evita, The Will Rogers Follies, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Annie Get Your Gun, Bells Are Ringing and Grease! She also choreographed the opening number for the 1997 Tony Awards for Rosie O’Donnell. Patti has worked with many Broadway directors and choreographers including Tommy Tune, Bob Fosse, Michael Bennett, and Hal Prince.

  • 02:01

    KYSN- Major League Clubhouse- Doubleheader Wednesday

    in Sports

    Dave and Gary spend the day at O.co and talk to Mariners Pitcher Felix Rodney and GM Jack Zduriencik as well as A's Annoucer and former Catcher Ray Fosse about the new replay rule.

  • 02:00

    National League? Please, In Need Of Real Challenge

    in Sports

    We breakdown the A's National League trip. Then we talk about a few headlines.


     


    At 8:20, we will talk about the Josh Reddick/Nate Freiman/Kyle Blanks situation and what it means for the A's going forward.


    At 8:40, we will be talking about Jed Lowrie's struggles. How concerned should we be?


    And of coourse at 9:00 we will be previewing the Tigers series.


    We encourage everyone to call in, because @omar01 is hosting a #HiddenFosse giveaway. The best caller on the show will receive a 1975 Topps Ray Fosse A's baseball card.


    And of course, check out our latest shirt celebrating the 1989 sweep. Buy this shirt before July 5th and you'll be entered into a raffle that will be giving away a Dave Stewart autographed ball.


    https://www.facebook.com/events/1466132713627899/ Here's a link to Section148's BBQ on July 5th. If you're interested please go ahead and join!


    Phone lines will be open throughout the show, so please call in or tweet us at @GJDRadio or @RFWes @mjoven1975 @RFWavekiller

  • 00:21

    Milling About with Pippin Stars Kyle Dean Massey & Ciara Renee

    in Entertainment

    Join Pippin stars Kyle Dean Massey (Pippin) and Ciara Renee (The Leading Player) backstage at The Music Box Theatre with host Robin Milling. Boldly stepping into the circus choreography for five weeks of training to take over for Matthew James Thomas and Patina Miller, they are relaxed and eager to perform. Ciara says she picked Patina's brain for some direction before turning out Fosse's jazz hands and learned trapeze with the bruises to prove her hard work! Massey had to master a completely different skill set of acrobatics including a back flip!


    Kyle tells Robin there's history as Matthew's girlfriend Jennifer Damiano played his sister in Next To Normal, so passing the chained linked sweater onto him was an honor (and yes it is made of real heavy metal). Matthew even left a photo behind of Damiano which sits on Kyle's dressing room shelf.


    Both experienced natural opening night jitters. Ciara, previously The Witch in Big Fish, says she'd never been so nervous on stage before, but with the non-stop action you don't have time for nerves. Kyle agrees, "You're shot out of a cannon literally and you don't stop until the end of the show.” From the first chord Ciara says she can feel the energy from the audience. “Before I come out I have that silhouette moment; you can feel their presence through that curtain. That's an amazing energy and you ride on that till the end.”


    For tickets visit http://www.pippinthemusical.com/


    Click here WWW.AUDIBLETRIAL.COM/MILLINGABOUT! for free audio book

  • 01:34

    Desvendando "O evangelho aos Hebreus" (Unraveling "The gospel to the Hebrews") 2

    in Christianity

    Em 12 de agosto, 1553 o Papa Júlio III, assinou um decreto proibindo o Talmud em Roma, proibindo qualquer coisa semelhante ao Talmud, (tudo que fosse escrito em letras hebraicas). Jean DuTillet, Bispo de Brieu, França, visitava Roma na época. DuTillet foi surpreendido ao tomar conhecimento de um manuscrito hebraico de Mateus entre os outros manuscritos hebraicos. DuTillet adquiriu o manuscrito e retornou à França, depositando-o na Biblioteca Nacional, Paris. Ele permanece lá até hoje como ms hebreu. No. 132. Conhecida e respeitada pelos pais da igreja, a versão DuTillet hebraico de Mateus, também Hugh Schonfield declarou sua opinião de que este texto hebraico é a base do nosso texto grego atual, bem como dos antigos evangelhos aos hebreus, dos Nazarenos e Ebionitas. Conheça os mistérios nestes textos que a "igreja" ocultou (vigília de Domingoo 4 h da manhã em Portugal\ meia noite de Brasília)


    On August 12, 1553 Pope Julius III signed a decree banning the Talmud in Rome, forbidding any thing similar to the Talmud, (everything that was written in Hebrew letters). Jean DuTillet, Bishop of Brieu, France, visited Rome at the time. DuTillet was surprised when he learned of a Hebrew manuscript of Matthew among the other Hebrew manuscripts. DuTillet acquired the manuscript and returned to France, depositing it in the National Library, Paris. It remains there today as Hebrew ms. No. 132. Kwow and respected by the church fathers, the DuTillet Hebrew version of Matthew, also Hugh Schonfield stated his opinion that the Hebrew text is the basis of our present Greek text, as well as the old Gospels to the Hebrews, of theNazarenes and Ebionites. Discover the mysteries of these instruments that the "church" has hidden, Saturday 12th (8 pm PST\9 pm MST\10 pm CST\ 11 pm ES)

  • 01:48

    Desvendando "O evangelho aos Hebreus" (Unraveling "The gospel to the Hebrews")

    in Christianity

    Em 12 de agosto, 1553 o Papa Júlio III, assinou um decreto proibindo o Talmud em Roma, proibindo qualquer coisa semelhante ao Talmud, (tudo que fosse escrito em letras hebraicas). Jean DuTillet, Bispo de Brieu, França, visitava Roma na época. DuTillet foi surpreendido ao tomar conhecimento de um manuscrito hebraico de Mateus entre os outros manuscritos hebraicos. DuTillet adquiriu o manuscrito e retornou à França, depositando-o na Biblioteca Nacional, Paris. Ele permanece lá até hoje como ms hebreu. No. 132. Conhecida e respeitada pelos pais da igreja, a versão DuTillet hebraico de Mateus, também Hugh Schonfield declarou sua opinião de que este texto hebraico é a base do nosso texto grego atual, bem como dos antigos  evangelhos aos hebreus, dos Nazarenos e Ebionitas. Conheça os mistérios nestes textos que a "igreja" ocultou (vigília de Sábado 4 h da manhã em Portugal\ meia noite de Brasília)


    On August 12, 1553 Pope Julius III signed a decree banning the Talmud in Rome, forbidding any thing similar to the Talmud, (everything that was written in Hebrew letters). Jean DuTillet, Bishop of Brieu, France, visited Rome at the time. DuTillet was surprised when he learned of a Hebrew manuscript of Matthew among the other Hebrew manuscripts. DuTillet acquired the manuscript and returned to France, depositing it in the National Library, Paris. It remains there today as Hebrew ms. No. 132. Kwow and respected by the church fathers, the DuTillet Hebrew version of Matthew, also Hugh Schonfield stated his opinion that the Hebrew text is the basis of our present Greek text, as well as the old Gospels to the Hebrews, of theNazarenes and Ebionites. Discover the mysteries of these instruments that the "church" has hidden (8 pm PST\9 pm MST\10 pm CST\ 11 pm ES)

  • 01:44

    Inside 70's Cinema with Tony Macklin

    in Movies

    Critic Tony Macklin and Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall discuss ten films from the decade of the 1970's in-depth, and explore the characteristics that made the era one of the greatest in film history.


    You can read Tony's criticism and hear his interviews with many classic filmmaking figures at www.TonyMacklin.net.


     

  • 00:55

    Come sarebbe un San Valentino completamente diverso?

    in Self Help

    Credi che l' Amore sia l' unica cosa per cui vale la pena vivere?E se ci fosse qualcosa di più divertente? Unisciti a Kass Thomas e Nicoletta Seeber, per una chiamata aperta a tutti, divertendosi un po' alle spalle dell' Amore

  • 00:36

    Let's Do Lunch! with Cady Huffman

    in Entertainment

    Cady Huffman joins Let's Do Lunch! at Gaby Brasserie Francaise to talk about her fabulous one-woman show, Hungry and Horny! Cady tells host Robin Milling about her passion for food which began with her mother and grandmother's homemade meals growing up in Santa Barbara.


    Food is life and love to Cady and she performs it all in song for one night only at 54 Below in New York City. In the show she explores her relationship to food such as grappling with the loss of her ex husband's cooking. She jokes, 'After 17 years of marriage I found myself 'divorced and hungry!' Cady talks about her dating escapades and how she's moved on.


    Cady talks about her wondrous musical theater career which began as a teenage drag queen in La Cage Aux Folles and most recently as a Burlesque dancer in The Nance. Her dancing accomplishments began with Bob Fosse in Big Deal.


    Gaby's Chef Sylvain Harribey, former winner of the Food Network's Chopped serves a delicious tasting and wine pairing. Beginning with butternut squash bisque in a capuccino cup, followed by fois gras delicately rolled with proscuitto and served with a mini beaker of truffle oil to drizzle over it, lamb loin on white bean puree, and an american standard 'Frenchinized,' as Chef puts it -- a hamburger or Franburger served on a crispy baguette with brie cheese.

  • 01:01

    From Broadway to Virginia

    in Politics Progressive

    Our Guests today are:


    Drake Van de Castle and Patti D’Beck.


    Drake Van de Castle 


    Drake is committed to our community as the President of First Night Virgina for the last 4 years and is currently the Chair of the Communication Committee for the Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors.


    Patti D’Beck


    Broadway musical theatre veteran, Patti D’Beck’s credits as Associate Choreographer, Supervisor, Dance Captain, and Actor include the original productions of Applause with Lauren Bacall, A Chorus Line, Seesaw, Pippin with Ben Vereen, Evita, The Will Rogers Follies, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Annie Get Your Gun, Bells Are Ringing and Grease! She also choreographed the opening number for the 1997 Tony Awards for Rosie O’Donnell. Patti has worked with many Broadway directors and choreographers including Tommy Tune, Bob Fosse, Michael Bennett, and Hal Prince.

  • 00:49

    30th Anniversary: STAR 80

    in Movies


    Released in 1983, Bob Fosse's final film Star 80 tells the hauntingly shocking true story of Playboy Playmate Dorothy Stratten and the obsessive boyfriend who murdered her. The film stars Mariel Hemingway and Eric Roberts, in one of the most powerful performances of the decade.


    In our 30th anniversary celebration of this landmark film, the Movie Geeks speak to the film's editor Alan Heim (All That Jazz, Network).


     

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