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Kimberly Potts, author of George Clooney: The Last Great Movie Star, talks about her revealing biography of the Oscar-winning actor. Before the end of 2013, Clooney will be appearing in two upcoming films already receiving Oscar buzz – Gravity and The Monuments Men – so another look at his impressive career as an actor and director seems quite timely. A discussion of Clooney’s latest projects will follow Potts’ taped interview.
Potts, an entertainment/pop culture writer, has written several books, including Everything I Need To Know I Learned from a Chick Flick. She’s also contributed such outlets as TV Guide, US Weekly, Inside TV, E! Online, and Daily Variety.
In her well-researched biography of Clooney, Potts presents fascinating details and behind-the-scenes information about the man she calls “The Last Great Movie Star.” After taking readers back to Clooney’s early years, Potts then explains how this small-town boy used his good looks, charm and personal ethics on his journey to becoming a serious actor, writer, producer, director and humanitarian. She also explores Clooney’s outspoken nature, his concern for others, and his involvement in important causes.
George Najjar, Founder and CEO of Boresha International hosts this monthly show. George interviews the top performers from Boresha’s Customer and Distributor Referral Programs. On this show, these top producers share how they're building their businesses and insights that will help you grow YOUR Boresha business. Boresha is about sharing, caring and growing. Join us here the second Tuesday of each month, 3:00 pm PST/6:00 pm EST, to celebrate with and learn from them.
Gwyneth Paltrow Fail.
Cardinal Francis George, the man.
The fight for fifteen.
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Smart Quiz Question/What year did the Chicago Cubs sign their first black player?
Hilary Needs a progessive challenge.
Mr George Nyendwa was elected as Mayor of Lusaka on March 3, 2015 taking over the realms from late president's son Mulenga Sata. Mr Nyendwa was Chaisa Ward 20 Councilor and is said to be the longest serving Councilor in the city of Lusaka. He apparently won without any opposition and pledged to work with his colleagues, and particularly pledged to address the scourge of street vending in the city streets. Mayor Nyendwa will share his numerous years of service as a councilor, how he envisions Lusaka's immediate and long term needs, how does he intend to alleviate the traffic congestion and perpetual population growth which the current infrastructure cannot sustain any further? Join us for this long awaited discussion as we hear from the top leader of Zambia's capital and largest city.
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Guest: Daniel Lycan, author. This show is dedicated to the father of Daniel Lycan:
Col Daniel Lycan's service to our country was a long and historic one that was never quite widely appreciated by his countrymen but is well known by his family and fellow soldiers. He now is engaged in a battle with late stage esophageal cancer and it would be a fitting tribute to offer a show to recognize such a humble man that influenced our continued greatness as a nation in many ways. I am flying down to Virginia to see him and will try to get him to be with me if he is strong enough when I call you. His inspiring career is the basis for the fictional character Gen David Lion in my book, The George Washington Vision. He taught us to pray on the same grounds inhabited by George Washington under the stained glass picture that is on the cover of my book:
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Movies in the parks.
Concerts in the parks.
Outside cafes, theater, and lots more.
What is happening in your neck of the woods?
Smart Quiz Question/Name one of the longest rivers in the United States.