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Tonight's segment of Center Stage will spotlight "Hot Topics" in our world of news. We will look at updates in the Eric Garner case. Many are seeing striking similarities in the NYPD cases involving Eric Garner and Irving Mizell. Both Garner and Mizell died while in the custody of the NYPD.
Hot topics will also look at the new trend with kids called the "fire challenge," where kids are intentionally setting themselves on fire with accelerants like alcohol and hand santizer. Why are many of our youth entertained with games like the "fire challenge" and the "knock-out game" that involve danger and possible loss of life.
Our panel will also discuss why Saskpower in Canada is removing 105,000 recently installed smart meters. Do we all have reason for concern.
Lastly, we will be looking at disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 and the alleged crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, are the two connected
Tonight's segment of Center Stage will focus on "Hot Topics" from across the country. We will look at the Seattle Pacific University shooting, the State of Michigan now allowing nurses to speak with children without parents being present, a middle school in San Marcos, CA asking 8th grade kids about their sex lives, VA hospitals being under fire, and parents using police to scare their kids into obeying
Tonight's segment of Center Stage is titled: "Hot Topics Come Center Stage" and will look at top news stories from across the country that has caught our attention this week. We will look at McDonald's workers protesting for higher wages, Detroit now being called "carjack city, the first Muslim accepted to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, the postal service ending door to door delivery for millions of there customers, the botched execution of Clayton Lockett, fed workers owe $3.3 billion in back taxes, an acceptable punishment for a student who physically attacks a teacher, and term limits for politicians.
Tonight's edition of Center Stage focused on the HOT TOPICS in the news headlines from across the country. We spoke with the Angela Darden Tyson the sister of Jermaine Darden who was killed by Fort Worth police in May of 2013. She explained what happened the night her brother died and also said she would fight to have tasers banned in the United States. We also looked at is amnesty for illegal immigrants, the Las Vegas shooting by Jared Miller and his wife Amanda that killed two cops and a bystander and the power of speaking things into existence.
Tonight we will scan the news headlines from across the country and find the stories we feel are worth bringing Center Stage. We will looks at the recent vote Crimea had to succeed from Ukraine, Russia and the United States placing sanctions against each other, Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 still missing, army general Jeffery Sinclair allowed to retire after he admitted to adultery and sexual assault against a female subordinates, and so much more.
On Sunday, April 7 at 12 p.m., Michelle will interview Justin Trawick, a MASC award-winning songwriter who is also the founder of The 9 Songwriter Series, a touring live music event based in Washington, DC. Each installment features nine solo singer/songwriters performing in rotation and often sitting in with each other, providing audiences with a rich, intimate, varied listening experience. To date, over 60 different artists have participated in "The 9", at events in DC, Arlington, Bethesda, Baltimore, Annapolis, New York City, Richmond, Charlottesville, Charlotte, and Philadelphia. In addiition to organizing the shows, Justin is a multi-talented performer, expertly balancing between roles as a solo singer/songwriter and band front man. His self-described brand of “Urban Folk Rock” inspires comparisons with troubadours such as Bob Schneider, Ryan Adams, and G. Love. He has performed at such notable venues as the world-famous Kennedy Center, DC’s own 9:30 Club, Antone’s in Austin, The Knitting Factory in New York City, Philly’s World Cafe Live, and Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles. Along the way, he has shared the stage with artists such as Bob Schneider, Blues Traveler, Sara Bareilles, Brett Dennen, Pat Green, Edwin McCain, KC & the Sunshine Band, and the Ying Yang Twins. On the show, Michelle will speak with Justin about his music, and the 9 Songwriter Series, including the upcoming show at the Golden Bull Café on April 12.
Stage Right is the weekly show that asks the question, "why are there so few conservative voices in drama and theatre?" Join us this week as we look at some putrid examples of playwriting guided by the omniscient presence of television and the left wing world view. We'll also take a look at what some of our friends across the pond have to say about right-wing theatre. Call in to speak with your host, Rocky Benasher or drop him a line at email@example.com. Let's make the conservative voice heard onstage (and off)!
The Songwriters Association of Washington (SAW) and Washington Area Music Association (WAMA) are sponsoring a benefit concert at the BlackRock Center for the Arts on January 12 to raise funds for communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. The impressive lineup includes some of the areas finest singer/songwriters, including award-winning songwriter Lynn Hollyfield, who will be featured in this Open Stage show. Michelle Murray will talk to Lynn about her music and her involvement with this project, and she will also interview the concert organizer, Donate Gardner.
"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.
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Picking up where we left off yesterday, we will review Adam Bellow's article "Let Your Right Brain Run Free." This episode will start to craft a definition of the "Conservative Voice" and what that might look like on stage (is there such a thing as conservative staging?).
Here at "Stage Right" we try to determine the reasons why the left dominates the arts (such as drama and theatre) while we conservatives have (supposedly) won the culture war. Each week "Stage Right" poses the question: "Why are there so few conservative voices in theatre?" On today's episode we will explore conservative icon Russell Kirk's essay, "The Age of Sentiments" to see how Kirk helps us see why playwriting today is on the sorry state it's in. Join us as we talk conservatives and theatre!
Chatham Street, the duo of Christal and Peter Prout will join Open Stage host Michelle Murray on the Open Stage on Wednesday, October 17 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss their upcoming Best of SAW Showcase appearance at the Strathmore Mansion on October 24, and share some of their songs and songwriting insights.
Chatham Street are an Original Folk/Rock/Americana married musical duo based in Stephens City, VA. In less than three years that Chatham Street has been in existence, they have won 17 songwriting placements, been live on NPR radio, performed in multiple states, They were just nominated for two WAMMIE awards, which are the Washington DC version of the Grammy's, for Folk Contemporary Group of the Year, and for Folk Contemporary Recording of the Year, for their second release, "All That Mattered." For more information visit www.saw.org
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