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Tune in Wednesday November 20, 2013 as Stacey Brewer of H. Blu's Word and Miss Fancy speak on Sylvester Stallone and his alleged use of the N Word. The actor has denied he used the slur, but if so, he joins a long list of famous people caught using slur.
Brewer and Fancy will discuss whether the use of the slur makes you a racist.
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On Tuesday, June 26th at 9:00pm EDT for our thirty-first episode of "Dead Serious Radio", our scheduled guest was legendary rapper Milk Dee. After he was a no-show, we launched into a mock interview with superstar “Sylvester Stallone” without missing a beat. This is an excerpt from that episode. Funny stuff.
World Footprints will journey inside the life of musician/actor Frank Stallone, we’ll also preview a film festival just for travelers and we’ll talk to the founder of the G.I. Film Festival.
Frank Stallone knew he wanted to be a singer at an early age. Although he has joined his brother Sylvester on the big screen, music has been the driving force in Frank’s life and has earned him several Grammy and Academy Award nominations. Frank’s unique music style has paved the way for artists like Harry Connick, Jr., Rod Stewart and Michael Buble.
New York played host to a new film festival that’s been created just for travelers. The Nomading Film Festival entertained, educated and brought to life authentic travel experiences. Co-founder Josh Wolff will take us a cinematic journey that is shared from the travelers’ perspective.
The G.I. Film Festival is the nation’s most significant venue for screening military films. Laura Law Millett channeled her military service, entrepreneurial spirit and entertainment experience to co-create the G.I. Film Festival so that filmmakers could share the story of our troops, their successes and their sacrifices.
This segment is dedicated to the memory of Sylvester James, better known as Sylvester. He was the first Out LGBT man to break the barriors in the music industry. He had numerous hits in the late 1970s including, but not limited to, "Lovin' Is Really My Game" , "Dance", "You Are My Friend", And "You Make Me Feel Mighty Real", The true Queen of Disco. Before there was Rupaul, there was Sylvester. Sylvester was an activist who unfortunately died of AIDS related complications in December 1988, but fought hard to the end and left us dancing.
Joining us will be the creator and the star of the play, "Mighty Real The Fabulous Sylvester Musical" Anthony Wayne and Kendrell Brown. Partners in life and in business this couple is amazing and talented both together and separately.
Also joining us will be Tona Brown, the first Transwoman to perform for the President of the US, and who will share with us her journey to Carnegie Hall! This is history in the making! Learn it! Right here in the basement with JaVonne, Nathan, and Meka Rae!
Welcome, Welcome, Welcome to the first show of the 5th Season! And to kick off our 5th year of broadcasting on Blog Talk Radio Network, we are bringing to you a dynamic new force to be reckoned within the theatre community; who has created a masterpiece that chronicles the incredible life of The Ultimate Queen of Disco, also known as the Gay Aretha Franklin, the one. the only... the FABULOUS, SYLVESTER!!
Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical will be making its debut September 5-October 5 and being brought to the stage by the creative partnership of Anthony Wayne and Kendrell Bowman. This real life powerhouse couple will be dishing tea about how this creation came to fruition, its relevance to the theatrical genre of musicals, and how this production will impact the LGBT community and the populace as a whole.
This is going to be a WONDERFUL pot of tea that will be dished, so be sure to have PLENTY of CRUMPETS.
Sylvester Okere DD, is the Founder and President, of the Maryland-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce, and Senior Principal @ Strategic Groups LLC a division of Strategic Overseas Ltd. He is a certified Institutional Protection Manager CIPM l & ll, and recently served as the Executive Director of the ‘Operation Vote- Africa’ with Obama for America 2012 re-election campaign.
Sylvester is also the founder & CEO of Watchman Protective Services, Inc. which is a certified multi-faceted Private Security & Private Detective firm with head office in Maryland. The firm has trained and created employment to over 200 citizens in the Washington DC metro region. Sylvester is a member of the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), American Security Council, and American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), World Association of Detectives, and International Foundation for Counter terrorism Security Professionals IACFP, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners ACFE.
Sylvester was the first African immigrant to serve on the Advisory Board of Directors for Maryland Sister-State Program overseeing an array of international business relationships. He is the first chairman of the Maryland-Nigeria Sister State Executive Committee. Sylvester, along with Maryland secretary of state “Mr. John P. McDonough” led a successful trade mission to Nigeria in November 2012 and was very instrumental in facilitating the Maryland Sister State relationship with Nigeria states of Ondo and Cross River. Dr Okere is our guest on PERSPECTIVES to discuss his experiences as an immigrant and his numerous accomplishments.
Chicago's notorious gang crime has made international headlines, and probably cost the city its recent bid to host the Olympics. Some have complained that Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart has responded more like a politician than a law enforcer when it comes to addressing tactics to end street crime. Sylvester Baker, with an extensive background in law enforcement, is vying to become the new sheriff in town. Will his views on crime prevention and his plans to rehabilitate those encarcerated for crimes change the violent climate in Chicago and surrounding Cook County? Or is the problem of crime so extensive that merely changing the face in the sheriff''s office isn't enough? What can Sylvester Baker do that hasn't been done by Thomas Dart, and how will it affect criminal justice and crime prevention in Cook County?
Mr. Sylvester’s has worked on more than 95 films.He began his film career in 1990 as a sound assistant for the post production sound house SoundBusters. At that time, SoundBusters were fresh off their Oscar®™-winning soundscape for “Dances With Wolves.” As he gained more experience and developed greater sound editorial skills, his roles changed from assistant editor to dialogue editor, sound effects editor, foley editor and then Supervising Foley Editor and ADR Supervisor. Some of the films Don worked on during this time were nominated for the Motion Picture Sound Editor’s Guild’sGolden Reel Award: “Master And Commander” (2008), “X-2” (2003), “The Emperor’s New Groove” (2000) and “U-571” (2000), which also won the Oscar®™that year for Best Sound. Having supervised Foley or ADR on a number of films, Don’s responsibility expanded to include supervising all the sound for a motion picture (Supervising Sound Editor). His first credit in this role was the film “Doctor Dolittle 2” (2001). He has since supervised 19 films. As the Supervising Sound Editor, he has been nominated for the MPSE’s Golden Reel Award on two occasions: “Antwone Fisher” (2002) and “3:10 To Yuma” (2007). He won his first British Academy Award (BAFTA®™) for Best Sound in 2006 for “Walk The Line.” Don’s most recent project is “The Fault In Our Stars”, to be release this June by Twentieth Century Fox. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
This is our tribute to the beautifully talented actress/singer/producer, Jane Lynch who plays Sue Sylvester on Glee, host of Hollywood Game Night and so much more. Fans share what we love about her acting, singing, and her long career of movies and television. You can contribute even if you listen internationally by e-mailing what you love about Jane to email@example.com. If you live in the USA or its a good time for you to call in elsewhere, you can use our skype button that appears next to the call in number above when we record this live 10pm central standard time. We record and broadcast live for 30 minutes, then go into 15 more minutes off air for a full recording of 45 minutes. The show is avaliable to listen to on this website at about 11pm central standard time, and is up for downloading as a podcast on itunes the following day.
They want to dig up the Rocky Steps, we should leave them. They have been part of a cinematic wonder, and
part of every underdog's heart.
ABOUT THE MUSEUM
Hundreds of Exhibits of Rare Artifacts and Memorabilia of Stars and Stunt Performers of Motion Pictures and Television, featuring personal items of John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Steve McQueen, and Stunt legends of the movies including Yakima Canutt, Cliff Lyons, Dave Sharpe, Ronnie Rondell and hundreds of others.
There are over 350 concrete blocks that contain the footprints and handprints as well as signatures of many of the Greats of the Cinema ... a collection that out-ranks those that are located at the Mann's Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard. This rare collection has taken its founder, John G. Hagner more than 65 years to gather and preserve for posterity, featuring parts of costumes, weapons, stunt equipment, photos and paintings and drawings ... hats and caps, boots and shoes and hundreds of items from the movies and television, plus videos, films and film clips.
The Hall of Fame has been in existence since 1973 and became a non-profit organization in 1984, dedicated to preserving the history of the Stunt profession and to honoring Stunt People the world over.
Currently the Hall of Fame is without a home and needs financial support to enable them to afford a building in which to welcome visitors. Anyone interested in participating in this effort, may make a tax-deductible donation to the HOLLYWOOD STUNTMEN'S HALL OF FAME, and mail it to 81 W. Kane Creek Blvd. - #12, Moab, Utah 84532. For more information, contact John Hagner at 435 260-2160. Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org