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Award-winning actor Barry Bostwick reminisces about The Rocky Horror Picture Show in this annual October tribute to that bizarre cult classic. Bostwick speaks candidly about his experience while making the film -- including weather problems, what it was like working with Susan Sarandon, his favorite scenes in the movie, and much more.
Boasting credits in over 100 films and TV productions, Bostwick may be best-known as the clueless mayor on Spin City, but he's a triple-threat entertainer -- singer, dancer, actor -- who created the role of Danny Zuko in Grease on Broadway and won a Tony for his work in The Robber Bridegroom. He's also a Golden Globe winner for his performance in TV's War and Remembrance. Among Bostwick's many films are: Movie, Movie; 101 Dalmations II; Spy Hard; Some Guy Who Kills People; and FDR: American Badass! His upcoming movies include Slay Bells, a horror flick in which he plays Santa, as well as the comedy Diani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse.
Although The Rocky Horror Picture Show bombed when it first opened in 1975, entertaining midnight showings soon catapulted the film into cult status. And the movie got a big boost when TV's Glee featured its own version of the outrageous musical numbers.
The Snow Queen has arrived in Storybrooke and paved the way for a "Rocky Road!" Zach Van Norman, Amy Hood and Ashley Benson have all the scoops on this latest development and are ready to dish! Among the topics under discussion: who is the Snow Queen and what is her plan?
Join us in the chatroom or call 347-677-1653 to share your ideas ilive on the air! See you on the podcast!
This show was unable to air last week due to technical difficulties ... BUT THE SHOW WILL GO ON THIS SATURDAY! And we hope you all join us!
"Remember the TV series Mr. Ed (Centered around a talking horse)? Many do, but do you know who the voice of Mr. Ed was? Linda J Alexander does. She wrote a book about Allan "Rocky" Lane. But before he was the "voice" of Mr. Ed .... he was a 1940s/50s cowboy hero that many kids cheered … each and every Saturday, at the local theater. And before that …. he had several different roles, credited and uncredited, in over 56 movies, in the 1930’s. His personal life had as many ups and downs, as did his acting career, and … few really knew the real Allan Lane. Linda J Alexander probably knows Lane better than any of his co-workers, or even any of his four wives. Debbie will be talking to Ms. Alexander about her newly released book, “I am Mister Ed … Allan “Rocky” Lane Revealed”
Ms. Alexander will also be discussing the upcoming re-release of her previously written work, “Reluctant Witness … Robert Taylor … Hollywood and Communism.” In fact, she has written several books, not only about old Hollywood …. but fiction, as well. And there is more … Linda J Alexander is on a mission. A mission to find a brother that she did not know existed two years ago.
Join us for one power-packed hout with Linda J Alexander! Better still, call in and talk with Ms. Alexander, personally. The call-in number is (323) 792-3071.
Continuing the series of the North American Sasquatch Researcher, Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio is honored to bring you a Sasquatch research team out of the Rocky Mountains. They call themselves the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization R.M.S.O. Team members include Kelly Shaw, Derek Wright, Jenny Higley, and Brody Lewis.
Kelly Shaw has been a Bigfoot enthusiast since he was 8 when his grandfather told him about his close up encounter with a family of three Bigfoot during the 1920’s in Mount St. Helens Washington. After that Kelly started reading everything he could and realized he was actually living in an active area. When he was old enough, he began camping in areas with sightings reports and has kept up this practice through adulthood. Derek Wright, who has had an up close encounter, joined Kelly Shaw and they created the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization. Together they would document and study the Sasquatch in the Rocky Mountain area. Jenny Higley and Brody Lewis, brother and sister, grew up in the outdoors and possessed great tracking abilities. Jenny joined the team four years later and Brody, a prospector, joined last year. This team has been successful in finding many tracks, tree formations and documented local wildlife. Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization has a hexadrone helicoptor they call “Squawk” which gives the team a great advantage over the rugged terrain. Join Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio for a very fascinating show.
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It's like the Rhode Show on Crack!" -Host Jay Messier
Get ready for a Rhode Island rollercoaster ride of excitment on the FIRST EVER episode of Rocky Point Renaissance Radio! We will carefully blend what was great, what is great & what we have to look forward to in this crazy little state; Rhode Island. (facebook.com/rockypointradio)
Tonight we hear from 1150 Oak Bar & Grill's Henry Ottaviano as never before when he discusses how he went from a potential seaman in the Navy to hitchhiking cross country to return to the "love of his life". Listen to his incredible story which features a highway car crash, Henry's several attempts to lose his virginity and his eventual depature from the Navy! We also find out some things coming up at 1150 Oak. (facebook.com/1150oak)
Then we talk to Rhode Island's #1 Ranked Comedian and possibly it;s #1 ranked cannabis consumer Brian Beaudoin. Make sure the children are in bed when listening because Brian was high on accidentily ingested "Weed Cake" throuhout our interview. We discuss internet , the Rhode Island Mall, Full House and more! It is quite the conversation and MUST LISTEN RADIO! (facebook.com/brianbeaudoin)
Our official sponsor "Messed Up Creations T-Shirts will also reveal their newest T-Shirt sure to make stoners and potheads through Rhode Island rejoice...as much as a pothead can! (messedupcreations.com)
Summary: When an icy spell is cast on Marian, which will ultimately freeze her heart and kill her, the Storybrooke residents place the blame on Elsa. But unbeknownst to anyone, a mysterious woman who runs the town’s ice cream parlor has the same powers as Elsa and is trying to frame her. Emma and David find former Merry Men member Will Scarlet rummaging through Robin Hood’s tent, Regina teams up with Henry to try and discover who the author of the fairy tale book is, Mary Margaret is having trouble balancing her duties as leader of Storybrooke and mother to young Prince Neal, and Hook begins to suspect that Mr. Gold is still in control of the dagger that calls upon him to be the Dark One. Meanwhile, in Arendelle of the past, Elsa and Kristoff set off to stop Hans from attempting to take control of the kingdom.
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Rocky Marciano enthusiast and huge boxing fan Denis Marrese joins the broadcast tonight to discuss boxing, Rocky, the local boxing scene in Massachusetts, and what he's been up to recently. Rich, Tony, and Tom will also cover the week's combat sports news and recap a busy weekend of events. We also preview two Bellator events and a great boxing card in Philadelphia featuring Steve Cunningham vs. Natu Visinia.
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All of us are touched by cancer in some way. We have it, someone we know has it, someone we love has it, or we've lost someone who has had it. We don't go through life cancer-free.
Even though traveling the cancer road was a rocky and difficult journey, our Choices host, Judi Moreo, has some interesting insights to share about the lessons learned while on this journey. The path through cancer has some enormous potholes, scary cliffs, and winding roads. It requires discipline, work, and change, and yet it is filled with excitement, discoveries, and life lessons which can bring us to a new and better place.
Through her personal story and practical suggestions, Judi shows us that cancer and fear are messages to change our lifestyle. Dr. James Sensenig, Founding President, of American Association of Naturopathic Physicians said about Judi, "She gets it! Judi understands the question is not 'What kind of treatment do I undergo?' but "How do I heal myself?' Her personal experiece with cancer taught her to recognize that recovery from chronic illness is often a recovery from an unhealthy life in many ways."
Listen in -- even if you don't have cancer -- you may get some ideas on how to stay healthy and not have to experience such a difficult journey.
Edward S. Majian, founder and president of SARTONK, the original boxing belt maker, speaks with JennieGirl.
Adapted from the Armenian word zartonk (meaning "rebirth"), SARTONK was founded in 2009, to safeguard a boxing legacy that dates back over three decades.
In the late 1970s, Ardash Sahaghian, a jeweler by trade and artist by birth, was invited to apply himself to the reinventing of championship boxing belts. It was in a New Jersey studio, under the management of Phil Valentino Sr., that Sahaghian gave shape to the now iconic modern boxing belts.
Works include WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO world championship belts, prominent regional models, specialty designs and early MMA (the original UFC belt). These, together with revisions to Ring Magazine belts, and historic reproductions of the John L. Sullivan and Rocky Marciano belts, account for his indelible mark on fight history.
Today, Sahaghian's contributions are advanced by his grandson, Edward S. Majian and today SARTONK is respected as a full-capacity design firm, with a steady flow of original and cutting-edge work.
SARTONK's legacy led to a 2012 induction of 91 year old Sahaghian into the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame as Boxing's Master Craftsman. Soon to follow with its release of the "Champion of the Decade" belt. The Decade belt (Marquez v. Pacquiao IV) marked the first time that a belt itself garnered mass attention for its aesthetic value.
In 2013 ESPN The Magazine featured "Constructing for Champions" a photo spread of Sahaghian and Majian in its June 10 issue. This coverage helped elevate boxing belts into mainstream public awareness.
Jim Forystek is the creator of the Flexercise workout programs and author of the Powerflex system. Jim is a fitness expert who has been a part of five championship football teams, and who has trained athletes to achieve championship success in soccer, volleyball, track, body building, tennis, and other sports. He also shows non-athletes from youths to seniors how to get and stay fit so they can enjoy the life God gave them. Jim is a popular inspirational and motivational speaker in demand at churches, universities, retreats, and business meetings. He has been a frequent guest on the Christian Broadcasting Network, as well as on such radio programs as the Health, Wealth and Happiness Show, the Big Wild Radio show, the Chad Simmons Show, and the Rocky Nash Show. Jim has also been featured in such fitness and physical culture magazines as Muscular Development, EMO, and Muscle Mag International.
On this program, Sarae is joined by Benjamin Weeda, Co-Founder of and Client Outreach Manager with the Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute (RMMFI), to discuss how to develop an action plan to get you moving towards your vision of business success from where you are now.
As free agency heats up and the Orlando Summer League comes to a close, GBBLive with your Host Joe Mullinax will survey the landscape at 7 PM CT on BlogTalkRadio!
The Managing Editor of Grizzly Bear Blues, Chris Faulkner, will be on for his usual segment "Grizzly Bear News" at the beginning of the show. Free Agency will be the main topic of conversation as LeBron James' decision looms over the Association. How will the eventual domino fall affect the Grizzlies, especially when it comes to Mike Miller's future in Memphis?
GBB's own BluesCityJoe AKA Joe Witherwax will join the show in the second segment to focus in on the Grizzlies' Summer League. There have been some highlights and lowlights so far, but what all does it mean for the main roster and Iowa Energy come training camp in October? Who will most likely stick around past Orlando?
Finally, Patrick Edwards of SB Nation's Rocky Top Talk will be Mullinax's guest to discuss one of the newest Grizzlies, 2nd round selection and former Tennessee Volunteer Jarnell Stokes. The Memphis native has shown promise in his shown time as a bear of Beale Street, and Patrick will fill us in on what we can expect from J-Bo in the future.
All this and more on the latest episode of Grizzly Bear Blues Live! Follow us on Twitter @GBBLive and sign up for Audible's Audio Book service using this URL www.audibletrial.com/grizzlybearblues to help GBBLive donate to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.