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THE NIGHT SHIFT (on NBC)
Airs Tuesday, June 24
*** Directed by Eriq LaSalle
AN EPIC STORM WREAKS HAVOC AT SAN ANTONIO MEMORIAL – TOPHER’S WIFE GOES INTO LABOR WHILE STRANDED OUT IN THE STORM – RAGOSA CONVINCES JORDAN’S BOYFRIEND SCOTT TO JOIN THE HOSPITAL STAFF – SCOTT WOLF GUEST STARS. Actor/director Eriq LaSalle joins us to share more details about this episode.
Tune in for another special editon of That's Entertainment as I talk with actor, director, writer and producer, Eriq LaSalle. LaSalle credits has span from the big screens to the small screens. He is best known for such movies as "Coming To America" opposite Eddie Murphy, "D.R.O.P. Squad" and "Jacob's Ladder." His past television credits include guest starring roles in "LA Law," "Different World," and "Quantum Leap." But it was his role as "Dr. Peter Benton" on "ER" where he became a household name for eight seasons. From there, he has gone behind the camera to direct episodes for such shows as NBC's "Crisis," CBS's "Under the Dome," CW's "Ringer," HBO's "How to Make It in America," USA's hit, "Covert Affairs," and Fox's award winning "24" franchise. LaSalle has written, directed, and produce several short films which earned him an Emmy and a SAG award. LaSalle is also a recipient of three NAACP Image Awards. Now he directing an episode for the new NBC medical drama,"The Night Shift." Join me on Tuesday, June 24 at 9am ET as I talk with the multi-talented, Eriq LaSalle.
Andre Lasalle of Premonition and Burnt Sugar returns to the show to talk about his latest endeavors. We will open the show with his project with Vernon Reid for the Power of Soul CD. This song was released on the special edition that was featured at Wal-Mart. The song is a cover of Jimi's psycadelic blazer The Stars that play with Laughing Sam's Dice. We will also hear the backstory on that song and why he's not credited as playing on it. We will also talk to Andre about his providing the VHS tape to Janie Hendrix of Jimi's press conference at Frank's in Harlem. Finally we will also feature some more of Andre's newer music for you to enjoy. Do not miss this show!!!
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Premonition performing Manic Depression
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Author Ken Lasalle joins me to talk about his books.
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Replay of the basketball Lancers as they host the McNick Rockets at La Salle's Bill Cady Court. Originally aired on ClassX Radio. With Barrett Cohen, Joe Sundermann, Dan Cronin and producer Mike Nie. Post-game interviews with Jeremy Larkin, Blake Simpson, Head Coach Dan Fleming.
12 Nov 1914: When the Indians Arrived
The people of the Raj – modern India and Pakistan – were not consulted about their participation in the war. More than 1 million soldiers served overseas in the Indian army – and 75,000 died. By autumn 1914, Indians were on the western front.
It was a curious sight to all of us, French or English, the day when the Indians arrived in a dreary little town of Northern France … Suddenly the Indian Lancers appeared, and the pavement on both sides of the street was at once filled by a crowd of soldiers and civilians watching the procession, as a London crowd will do in Whitehall on the day of the opening of Parliament. In fact, those Indians looked all like kings. The Lancers sat proudly in their saddles, with their heads upright under the Oriental crowns; then came a regiment of Sikhs, walking at a brisk pace, all big and strong men, with curled beards and the wide 'pagri' round the ears; the Pathans followed, carrying on their heads that queer pointed bonnet, the 'kullah,' which reminds one of the warriors seen on old Persian tapestries – a more slender type of men, but equally determined, and with faces at the same time smiling and resolute.
… The day after, we heard that during the night one of the Sikh regiment had had to recapture the trench, which the Germans had taken by surprise, and that their bayonet charge was so tremendous that the enemy did not dare counter-attack. Almost immediately after that feat an order came not to allow the Indians uselessly to expose their lives by walking out of the trenches. The fact was that, in order to show their contempt for death, some Sikhs had refused to hide themselves in the trenches and had immediately drawn a fierce fire on their regiment. Fortunately, they did not insist on playing that sort of game; otherwise the Indian Army Corps would have disappeared.
The La Salle Lancers travel to Dayton to take on the Alter Knights. Matt Miller and Joe Seifert will have all the action on WLSN from the South Metro Ice Center in Springboro. Alter honors their seniors at 3pm, and puck drops at 3:30pm.
Executive Director Don Ruberg and Director of Alumni Relations Barrett Cohen discuss their recent trip to Lewis University and the Lasallian Advancement Conference.
Join me today as I welcome Marian LaSalle of Painted Path Designs. Marian is a marketing wizard whose tagline says it all, Be There Beside You!
She mentors her clients in web design, social media, affiliate marketing and more, and helps you to stand out in today's competitive market.
Today we start a new segment, the Free Three! Three Great tips to use today! Contributor Terri Garth shares three tips for communication!
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