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"Paws in the Piazza," a novel for middle grade readers by Jerilyn McIntyre, describes the adventures of Harley, a black cat who has moved to Venice with his American family. Inspired by the antics of the cat owned by her neighbors when McIntyre was President of Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington, the fictional Harley takes up with a group of local cats who roam wild in the alleys and neighborhoods of Venice, and meets the mysterious Angela, a beautiful white Angora who steals his heart. Then he becomes embroiled in a fierce and ongoing war between his friends and a rival band of cats, and discovers the magical order that underlies life in the enchanting and historic city that is his new home.
In this episode Taylor Ellwood, your fearless host, will be joined by S Rune Emerson, Vincent Piazza,and Felix Warren in a panel moderated by Bill Duvendack about pop culture magic. We'll discuss pop culture spirits and whether or not pop culture magic is viable as well as why people would even think of integrating pop culture into magical practice.
Join Taylor Ellwood of Magical Experiments as he and Vincent Piazza discuss Lovecraftian conjurations and ritual possession. We'll also explore what precautions need to be taken with ritual possession and explore how lovecraftian conjurations are a form of pop culture magic.
"Talkin Law" Radio with Dan Hochheiser analyzes criminal cases in the news, trends in the law, & covers all legal current events. Attorney Daniel Hochheiser is a Criminal Defense Attorney in NY & host of this show. Each week "Talkin Law" with Dan Hochheiser features newmakers, attorneys, media personalities, celebrities, politicians, business people & so much more. "Talkin Law" with Dan Hochheiser has a straight talk with a no nonsense edge & engages attorneys and laymen alike.
Special Guests Include:
Dennis Hof, Owner of The Moonlite BunnyRanch & Author of The Art of the Pimp: One Man's Search for Love, Sex, and Money.
Frank Piazza, President of Legal Audio & Audio-Video Forensic Expert
The Rising Apple Report reconvenes again for its 53rd episode! Dan Haefeli will be hosting this week, joined by Report veteran Sam Maxwell, as well as returning guest Gary Mack, host of his own podcast, Mets Musings, on which Sam was a guest last month.
The big news of the day, of course, is the Hall of Fame. We Mets fans are dismayed that former Mets catcher Mike Piazza was not elected, appearing on just 62.2% of the ballots. We'll break down this year's inductees, and project ahead to what continues to look like a stacked ballot for the next several years.
Last time Gary joined us, we discussed our hopes for the 2014 Mets roster and outfield in particular. Since then, it has shaped up with the signings of Chris Young and former Yankee Curtis Granderson to surround defensive ace Juan Lagares, and the rotation was bolstered by the signing of Bartolo Colon. We'll break down what we'd like to see the lineup look like, and where we'd like to see any additional moves before spring training starts next month.
So, join us at 6:30PM ET for the latest edition of the Rising Apple Report!
My guests for October are Tony Piazza and Sue McGinty, mystery authors extrodinare.
As well as a mystery writer, Tony is a film historian, presenter, and a veteran storyteller well-known for his passion about writing and movies.
He is the author of four mystery novels, “Anything Short of Murder,” “A Murder Amongst Angels,” “Murder is Such Sweet Revenge,” and “The Curse of the Crimson Dragon”. All available through Amazon. Piazza’s memoir, “Bullitt Points,” from SansTree, provides a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the classic Steve McQueen movie “Bullitt” and the involvement of the Piazza family in the production.
With little more than an urge to hang out at the beach, write mystery novels, and mollify a grumpy cat who’d never ridden in a car before, Sue McGinty left Los Angeles on June 17, 1994—the same day OJ Simpson took flight across the LA freeways. Unlike OJ, Sue had a destination in mind: the Central Coast town of Los Osos. Not the Cabot Cove of “Murder She Wrote,” but close.
Tony and Sue are both members of the Central Coast chapter of Sister's In Crime.
Come join me for what will be an entertaining hour.
And we have reached the (unfortunate) finale!
The Rising Apple Report wraps up its first season with a bonus Closing Day special! Sam Maxwell will host, with Rich Sparago calling in live from the Citi Field parking lot!
The last series of the season has been a microcosm of how poorly the Mets have played at home all year (32-48). We'll discuss some theories on why they played so much better in other people's ballparks (41-40).
Terry Collins will receive, as speculated, a 2-year extension. We'll discuss how we feel about this first bit of offseason news.
And Mike Piazza will be a Mets Hall of Famer in a couple of hours. We'll reminisce on some of our favorite memories regarding the all-time catcher.
So, tune it at 11:30AM ET for the last in-season episode of the Rising Apple Report!
John Rasiej (pronounced (Rashay) began his entrepreneurial exploration after escaping a civil service career. While working for the government he studied acting and directed plays in off hours for over 20 years. As he stepped into the business world creating Speak Louder Than Words, to coach people on public speaking and delivering compelling stories.
John and his amazing wife Lusia co-created JohnandLuisa.com to help couples who've been together for a while but the excitement is starting to dull and fade. They live a life filled with love, passion and exploration and know that other couples can find the same kind of renewed energy. They take couples to Italy while working on the relationship, taking advantage of Luisa's Italian upbringing. Their own latest adventure is to relocate to Italy for at least several months, for a project called Piazza Italia. The goal is to bring better awareness of business, social media, public speaking and stand-out customer service to places that cater to tourists in Italy.
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Join co-hosts Mark McNease and Rick Rose as we welcome ally, friend and guest Vivian Piazza. Vivian is a landscape designer and owner of Earth Angel Garden Design in Nassau County, NY. After spending over 20 years in the music business, Vivian left the corporate world and, following her passion for plants and design, re-invented herself.
At the height of her music business career, Vivian was VP of Media Relations for Epic Records, part of Sony Music. Spanning 24 years and four record labels, she has handled PR campaigns for Gloria Estefan, Celine Dion, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jeff Beck, Luther Vandross, Cyndi Lauper, Bonnie Raitt, Crowded House, and hundreds of other musical artists.
In 2003, as the music business was changing and labels were downsizing, Vivian was laid off. Although music was (and still is) a huge part of her life, instead of staying in a shrinking business, she went back to school (at the age of 44) and studied Horticulture and Landscape Design. She designs rooftop and terrace gardens, as well as residential and commercial landscapes. She literally went from having an office with a view of the park to working in the park!
Mike discusses the future of the Yankees post Mariano Rivera, and remembers Mike Piazza on the eve of his induction to the Mets Hall of Fame. Watchdog contributor Nick Pearl talks about the new NHL playoff setup, and previews the Rangers and Islanders going into the 2013-2014 season.
Jo Piazza is Executive News Director for the magazines In Touch and Life & Style. She is regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal and her work has appeared in the New York Times, New York, Glamour, Gotham, The Daily Beast and Slate. Jo has also appeared as a commentator on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and NPR.
She is the author of the highly acclaimed bestseller “Celebrity Inc.: How Famous People Make Money,” an economic case study of the Hollywood Industrial Complex.
Jo joins us today to discuss her newly released novel, “Love Rehab: A Novel in 12 Steps.”
Jo holds an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, a Masters in Journalism from Columbia University and a Masters in Religious Studies from New York University.
Visit http://www.jopiazza.com @jopiazza
Connect with Deb: Website @GreenSkyDeb