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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actor Thai Douglas to Conversations LIVE to discuss his over 10 years in the entertainment business and his role of Will on the hit show LOVE THY NEIGHBOR on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
Why are there so few conservative voices, themes, and ideas in the theatre? Stage Right is the weekly show that searches for conservative voices in theatre (and the other arts) and asks the question, "why are conservatives unheard?" What is it about our culture that permits the silencing of conservative dramatic voices? What is it about conservatives that permits this, as well? Your host is Rocky Benasher.
Today's episode focuses on why this show exists and provides commentary about articles by Adam Bellow, founder of the Liberty Island website and Jonah Goldberg.
Sections of the book "Might Is Right" by Ragnar Redbeard are read & commented on.
Writing Royalty Radio
Honor Thy Author Friday Spotlight
Authors: Yandy B and Unique
Lissha Mrs Toni
Author Unique L. Atkinson is 22 years old and was born and raised in Mississippi. At the age of 3 she was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) so she couldn’t partake in many activities that other children got into. Her passion for writing first appeared when she was a small child. She would write church songs and make little skits . As she got older she explored many other artistic outlets such as painting and drawing. In the summer of 2012 she wrote her own book. In January 2014, she submitted her work to Tammy Capri and the rest is history in the making.
Miyah better known as Author Yandy B, was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan.Growing up as an only child writing became her way of releasing her feelings but before she became a writer she was an avid reader, who was turned out by the urban fiction genre with author's such as Sistah Soulja, Nikki Turner, Terri Woods, Carl Webber, Omar Tyree just to name a few of my favorite by showing her their talents on paper made her feel like she could do anything she set her mind to. In school she always carried a composition book or notebook passing it around when the teacher wasn't looking so that her friends could read what she was working on. People always encouraged her to publish a book so she did and is very proud of her literary accomplishment.
"Stage Right" is the show that asks, "Why are there so few conservative voices in theatre (and the arts in general?"
Today's show will continue looking at an essay by Liberty Island founder Adam Bellow. We will also discuss the play "Skin Deep" by Rich Orloff.
Please send comments, questions, and scripts to email@example.com.
Chris’ long-time friend—and ex-comrade-in-addiction—Simone joins Jeff and him in-studio on her 173rd day of recovery to share her thoughts on her recovery so far, her experiences with spectrum of XA meetings she’s now familiar with, her spirituality and much more.
With the exception of an interlude in which Chris whines about his social-anxiety and how it kept him from attending his first AA meeting ever—this is Simone’s show. And it’s great.
After recording, Simone sent me this text:
I think the "torture" of my moderation bottom, which had it's own highs and lows, got lost in what I said. I don't know that I ever really articulated that what made my bottom really suck is that I thought my using was manageable and didn't interfere with my life, which had a goodness to it, but for which underneath I suffered deeply, for years, and no matter how I grew and developed myself still plagued me.
She, and I, both think it's a point well-worth making.
The intro, Cradle, and outro, Memory. of this episode were graciously provided by musician-in-recovery DJ FM from his powerful new album Last Man Standing available on iTunes.
Between 2008 and 2012, citizens "filed hundreds of complaints alleging brutality, bias and civil rights violations by officers in more than seven dozen police departments in Central Jersey," the report reads. However, it adds that only 1 percent of these complaints -- seven percentage points below the national average of 8 percent -- were "upheld by the internal units tasked with investigating complaints against their colleagues."
Did Robin Willams really kill himself? Was he really depressed?