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Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the first feature film made in Hollywood by joining your friends in podcasting on location as they take a tour through Hollywood History with their guides John Girodo and Marc Wanamaker of Hollywood Heritage.
Learn all about The Squaw Man, Cecil B. Demille, The Lasky Feature Play Company, the transformation of sleepy Hollywood into “The Dream Factory”, the first female Sheriff in the U.S. and the first director of “talkies” (also a woman!).
It’s an informative, inspiring, and frequently hilarious 68 minutes from a “secret location” somewhere in America …
There are plenty of myths and misinformation surrounding copyrights. Some of the most common myths people believe can be very detrimental when it comes right down to it. It's important to know the facts about copyright to protect your work. Today we'll be going over three of the most common myths, were they came from, why they aren't true, and how to make sure you're protecting your writing. We'll be going over the advice from an article by Steve Trustrum today, weeding out the myths and explaining the facts.
"Dennis L.A. White is an American stage and screen actor noted for portraying Damio 'D-Roc' Butler in the Notorious B.I.G. biopic entitled Notorious.
In 2001, Dennis, under the guise of "Dennis Da Menace", put out his Billboard charted album, The Wonderful World of Dennis. In 2003, Dennis became the first African-American host at Fuse Television. He began to host several TV shows: Weekend Vibe, HBO's 5 Rounds and Chatzone, and MTV's Hip Hop Life. White then pursued his love for acting with appearances in The Brave One with Jodie Foster, Law & Order: SVU, The Jury, I Think I Love My Wife, etc. In 2010, he portrayed a cancer stricken comedian in Marq Overton's Off Broadway play, Die Laughing. White also played Virgil on The N mini-series, Miracle's Boys. Dennis had a recurring role on TNT (TV channel)'s The Closer. In 2009, Dennis created "Act Like You Know", a company that gives acting workshops and seminars to aspiring actors across the country. In 2009, Dennis became the re-occurring character "Mistah Ray" on NBC's Parenthood. In 2013, Dennis started a foundation called "M.O.R.P.H." to help eradicate racial profiling."
On Wednesday, December 10th we will have Dennis L.A. White on the line to discuss our topic, Love and Hollywood: Reality vs Reality TV, be sure to call (347) 633-9853 and press 1 to speak with Jior Jette, T, Kish along with our special guest Dennis L. A. White.
Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas & Rodney Smith
Our Topic(s) today: “What the Sony Hacks, Hollywood and Police Shooting Black Men Have in Common?”
If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600
December is Universal Human Rights Month
For more information, click here: http://library.albany.edu/reference/services/hottopics/humanrightsmonth.htm
Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
How does a show that begins with a lengthy discussion of Phil’s hairstyles thru the years end up being so darn inspiring?
When it’s YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, of course!
On this week’s show, Dean and Phil discuss The Paramount Ranch, westerns, Chaplin, Alexander Payne, the moon landing and history belonging to those that move and delight us.
Dean shares great advice for comedy writers.
Phil explains both the good and the bad in our move to BlogTalkRadio.
Then, your friends in podcasting remember a famous werewolf, a punk rock icon, the Grand Dame of Broadway, the preeminent bass player of his generation, the last “real man”, a war hero and Olympian, and a 21 year-old actress and filmmaker.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays variety show, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, AZ.
- Joseph McGill – Founder of Slave Dwelling Project
- Glynn Burrows of Norfolk Tours, talks Historic Churches of England
- Lance Laber – DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun in Tucson, Arizona
- Victoria Griffith, author of young adult novel ‘Amazon Burning’
- Cynthia Johnston, herbalist and owner of MoonMaid Botanicals
Plus, Hollywood History with Steve Schneickert!
We will explore many of the modern day myths and monsters according to scriptures and accounts of real reports of monsters and things of such nature. We will also check out what people are saying about angels and their wives. Another interesting topic will be the bigfoot mysteries and all of the crazies out there. How about we even talk about the beeomoth if i am spelling that right and the levithan. We will have a little fun this episode and even pick a little fun at some things. See you soon!
Is a journey of self discovery. It’s about family, friendship, sisterhood, instinct, light verses dark, growth, love and loss.
This is a story of a group of high school seniors that embark on a spring break camping trip, to investigate the myths they had been researching and learning from their history teacher. During their trip, they stumble on an old haunted Indian Burial ground and get more than they bargained for when some of the group start to vanish.
We are honored to recieve Executive Producer Kim Marie and Actors Lou Ferrigno Jr, SilverFox and much more.
It’s too darn hot in Los Angeles and your friends in podcasting are high as proverbial kites on codeine swirl frappuccinos!
Dean performed in a “Live Event of the Week” and this fact leads to a discussion of public transportation, the immune system and Biddy Mason.
Phil spent all week (and the week before that) trying to get their new film submitted to Sundance, and in the process watch documentaries about The Magnificent Seven, Sam Peckinpah and Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory. He also saw the last film to star the great James Gandolfini (and boasting merely the latest indelible performance from the masterful Tom Hardy).
Two “Lawsuits of the Week” are discussed, which leads to analysis of sexual abuse in Hollywood, domestic violence in professional football and the role of interns in show business.
A great comic and a legendary big-screen villain are remembered.
All that, plus much more … Pass the Chillpak. It’s too darn hot!
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