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We all have been rejected by others at some point in our lives and Jay and Matt will be sharing the sting of rejection they have felt over the years while listening to your stories of angst and hurt. And, as nothing goes better with rejection than poetry, IWS Radio will be kicking off National Poetry Month as well.
But fear not, this show will not dwell in the cesspool of sorrow for two hours; we will also celebrate Tartan Day. Have fun with us, as we celebrate with, and poke fun of Scots and all things Scotland. If the sports gods are willing, we will also have a live report from Dallas highlighting the festivities surrounding the NCAA Final Four. All that, plus your phone calls on this week’s installment of IWS Radio.
In this SURPRISE episode, Emi talks o solo mio about the different stories gracing the headlines this week! He delves in deep Haggis talking about the defeat of the Scottish Independence Movement, the ever-declining persona and image of the NFL, as well as many updates of the Comic Book World, both in Print AND on Film! There MIGHT even be time for a surprise replay of an old interview!
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review five new films. They are Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys, Steve Harvey's Think Like a Man Too, Paul Haggis' Third Person, The Moment, and Sweden's The Last Sentence.
On a special Cinema Royale, Think Like a Man Too stars Michael Ealy and Meagan Good drop by to talk about the comedy sequel which takes the laughs and relationship headaches to Las Vegas!
Christopher Bumbray of Joblo.com stops by to review Clint Eastwood's musical Jersey Boys, based on the smash Broadway play. Plus we'll take a look at The Rover with Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce, and Paul Haggis' new drama, Third Person.
She is also the founding and artistic director of the Edgemar Center for the Arts a cultural arts center in Santa Monica, CA . She currently works as an actor, director and acting coach.
Her film directing debut, How to Go Out on a Date in Queens, won the LA Film Awards' Best Acting and Best Movie awards. Michelle Danner’s 2013 film Hello Herman was supported by industry greats Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone, Paul Haggis, A New York Times review of Danner's film Hello Herman found that her anti-bullying agenda freighted the movie.
Danner has acted in and directed over thirty plays in L.A. and New York, with her favorite acting credit cited as the Dramalogue award-winning Tennessee Williams' The Rose Tattoo
Lets welcome Michelle Danner to "Live From The Bay With Joey"
This Wednesday night 6/5/13 8 pm EST. my special guest will be The Brothers Flynn .
The Brothers Flynn are Bill and Tom Flynn, two brothers of Irish descent and founding members of the former Celtic band Flynn529. As a duo, and as part of Flynn529, they have been entertaining audiences and fans within and beyond NY's Capital Region since 2004 with their acoustic, eclectic musical mixture of Celtic, folk, rock, blues & originals. They’re at home playing in the coziest pubs as well as sharing festival stages with acts such as The Young Dubliners, Enter the Haggis, Rathkeltaire, Greenwich Meantime, Black 47 and Hair of the Dog .
With The Brothers Flynn, it's simply all about the music, the songs and the craic..! You can always expect an enjoyable evening where you just never know who else may stop by and sit in!
On this auspicious day of bar hopping, cabbage, green beer, and not spending even one second pondering whether March 17th is the day of his birth, or the day of his death, we will be taking a closer look at Saint Patrick himself. Here at REASON Podcast, we'll address important questions, such as: 'Just how many Saint Patrick's were there?' 'What the hell, so there aren't any snakes in Ireland anymore?' and 'What does a shamrock have to do with any of this?' Join REASON this Sunday, March 17th, 8pm EST as we discuss corned beef, haggis, and just how drunk you will probably be...all in the name of Saint Patrick. Call in with your questions, comments, and concerns, 424-243-9589, and email us at REASON@wnyatheist.org
Tonight we welcome back to the Buffalo Radio Show two members of the rocking band The Four Horsemen. Haggis and Dave Lizmi talk about the band's history. We have plenty of time this go round, so if you have a question, we welcome you to call in!
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Nashville Country meets rockin' metal on tonight' episode of THE BUFFALO SHOW.
We welcome two true rock and roll survivors, HAGGIS and DAVE LIZMI of the band THE FOUR HORSEMEN who rocked the nation in the late 1980s nd early 90s. The band are getting set to release some rare live recordings. Get your rock on!
We also welcome singer ETTA BRITT, an extremely talented singer based in Nashville. The lady is amazing!
Don't miss the show folks!
We have an interview with Paul Haggis who is an Academy Award-winning screenwriter, film director and producer of television programs working in Hollywood.
Haggis has directed several feature films and written several successful screenplays. As a screenwriter he received an Oscar nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay for 2004’s Million Dollar Baby, directed by Clint Eastwood, which won four Oscars, including Best Picture. His second directorial effort performed equally as well. Crash, which he co-wrote, directed and co-produced. Most recently he wrote the screenplay for Quantum of Solace (2008). [Note: this is a pre-recorded Interview courtesy of "The Dialogue."]
Also, we have an interview with Gordy Hoffman, an award winning screenwriter and director whose credits include Love Liza, winner of the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. Also, A Coat of Snow (2005), screened at the Locarno International Film Festival, Milan Film Festival, Arclight Hollywood, and Domani Vision Award winner at VisionFest, Tribeca, New York.
Currently, he is in the UK producing and preparing to direct a script found through the BlueCat workshops.
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