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Actress Tatyana Ali will be chatting about her role in the new action thriller film HOTEL CALIFORNIA.
Our guest, director/producer Dulanie Ellis, will discuss film funding, locating/ creating strategic partners and successful outreach on her most recent film, Ground Operations.For info about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/
A new study shows that people in California support legal marijuana. We will talk with LEAP - a marijuana advocacy group.
In Riverside County, Mike Hestrin wants to be the next District Attorney. We'll learn why he wants to unseat DA Paul Zellerbach.
Halloween costumes, decorations and candy are big business... we'll find out how much.
And, Kanye West is after Jimmy Kimmel in a Twitter rant.
The Stanley Hotel is a 140-room neo-Georgian hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. Located within sight of the Rocky Mountain National Park, the Stanley offers panoramic views of the Rockies. It was built by Freelan Oscar Stanley of Stanley Steamer fame and opened on July 4, 1909, catering to the rich and famous, including the RMS Titanic survivor Margaret Brown, John Philip Sousa, Theodore Roosevelt, the Emperor and Empress of Japan, and a variety of Hollywood personalities. The hotel and its surrounding lands are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Stanley Hotel also hosted the horror novelist Stephen King, inspiring him to write The Shining. Parts of the television mini-series version of The Shining were filmed there, whereas Stanley Kubrick's cinematic adaptation The Shining was filmed at another resort hotel, the Timberline Lodge in Oregon (besides Elstree Studios in England).
The Stanley Hotel shows the uncut R-rated version of Kubrick's feature film on a continuous loop on Channel 42 on guest room televisions.
We'll have an update on the Rim Fire in-and-near Yosemite.
Hot weather makes Southern California very uncomfortable.
And, the television Emmys, who is favored. We will have expert analysis.
And a man admits to causing a death on Youtube. The disturbing video was apparently recorded in Ohio. You'll hear it.
Since it's Friday, it's also open mic with your phone calls.
SLICK TRACY visits New Orleans and the LOEWS HOTEL. While he was there, he interviewed DIANE RICHE, Director of Sales and Marketing for the Loews New Orleans.
Tthe Loews New Orleans Hotel is rated Four Diamond, has beautifully appointed guest rooms and all with great views. There is a complimentary fitness center, lap pool, and suana. The Balance Spa offers a full menu of services.
The CAFE ADELAIDE and the SWIZZLE STICK BAR are popular spots for eating and socializing, and are operated by the Commanders Palace Family of Restaurants.
Listen to the pre-recorded interview by SLICK TRACY with DIANE RICHE at the Loews Hotel New Orleans.
Ross Bigley joins us to talk about his great Film Fest The one to go to IMHO This weekend!
Tuesday brings in part 7 of The Bane Chronicles, and we see that Magnus Bane apparently can't help but make another trip to Hotel Dumort, in The Fall of the Hotel Dumort. Who could be there to lure him back after the tragedy of the last known experience he's had there? This time, it's those bloody vampires again that drag him there, but which one? Could it be a possible vampire baroness from generations past? Or could it be a suave, forever teen-looking vampire of Latin descent?
There will be *spoilers* on the story!
But before that, we'll have some announcements of what's goin
Advisor Talking Points: Prepare for client interactions with this week's survey examining the surprising decision not to taper, QE's impact on a couple of key asset classes, a still-reluctant consumer, and a shake-up in the race for the Fed chief. Plus, a sneak peek at the ongoing budget negotiations and the upcoming German election.
Guests: Leslie Eastman will introduce Tea Party California Caucus' Randall Jordan and SoCal Tax Revolt Coalition's Dawn Wildman.
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I. Recently aquirred 6 35 mm film cameras, and I have been having a blast learning how to compose shots, use (and remember) all the functions and settings , and all that goes with doing things the "old school way" . What I find missing is a ( and for lack of better word) classroom environment that teaches me the old school methods of photography. I do NOT knock digital as I use it also .
So with that in mind I am looking to see if there enough interest out there to set up a web based class in Film photography ?
what a concept to use the Internet to do something old school
all are welcome to share ideas