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Actress, Kelsey Scott known for her role in Days of Our Lives, The Young & The Restless, House M.D., Grey's Anatomy, & HBO's Treme joins TSLC to talk about her current role as the wife of Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Eijofor) in Steve McQueens 12 Years A Slave.
Kelsey is also an established screenwriter best known for penning scripts for Motives & Motives 2 featuring Shemar Moore, Vivica A. Fox, Sean Blakemore & Brian White.
You can also find Kelsey appearing in Lifetime's tv series Army Wives, Hollywood Girl and a new HBO series airing in Spring 2014 True Detective starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson.
The ladies will also be discussing if you should be dating if you are not financially stable?
We have some great ladies joining us tonight. We start with Helen Locura from Xtreme Fight Events (XFE) to catch us up on the very busy few weeks for her and the promotion . Then Pro WMMA fighter Maria Andaverde joins us fresh of the singing of her contract to face Amy Cadwell at CageSport. You don't want to miss this show.
Happy Grindouse Saturday, Folks! Check out the latest edition of The Grindhouse, courtesy of Afronerd Radio. The sonic double feature festivities commence at 6pm eastern standard time. First up, listen to the colloquium known as The Comic Shoppe, featuring Daryll B., Captain Kirk and Dburt where they will unravel the following pulp inspired issues: the crew waxes on the recent interwebs' release of the X:Men: Future Past and Captain America: Winter Soldier trailers; Will the Human Torch's Michael B. Jordan get a SISTER sister in the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot a la actress, Samira Wiley? ; SHIELD ratings continue to tumble within the key demographic parameters (the age group that spends money); should Stan Lee make a cameo in Batman vs Superman?; Dburt checks out the Indiecomicsmagazine.com site and discovers Alonzo Washington's Omega Man and lastly, if time permits, the crew will discuss the return of a new season of sci-fi/fantasy/pulp programming (i.e. Arrow, The Misfits, Elementary, Sherlock, etc). Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
And least we forget, there's Afronerd Radio airing at 7pm, batting cleanup! Listen to Capt. Kirk and Dburt discuss the following: more fallout over "shop and frisk" with calls for hip hop businessman (excuse us...he's a BUSINESS, man!), Jay-Z to drop his ties with Barneys; and tangentially connected there's another Black shopper alert when Treme actor, Rob Brown gets wrongfully accused of being Black while shopping; the Daily Show uncovers GOP racism with a skit (we'll wait for the Harry Reid version) and lastly, we will address any issues remaining from The Mid Week show. The fun starts at 6pm! Imperius Rex!
Join Barry for the first half of the show as he discusses cutting edge, controversial political topics from a Conservative perspective. Then tune in for the second half as co-host and exo-government expert, Lee Daniel joins us once again to discuss X-treme topics, both wordly and other-wordly.
Barry Secrest is the author of A Perfect Liberal Storm and chief writer for the highly successful website Conservative Refocus, as well as the Charlotte Conservative Examiner.
Listen live and call in--(347) 996-3923--to join the conversation.
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Well-known to HBO audiences for his role as Detective Lester Freamon in "The Wire," Clarke Peters is an accomplished actor, writer, director and singer with an extensive career in stage, screen and television. He made his debut in the film “The Music Machine” and has since appeared in more than 50 movies and TV shows. A quietly magnetic character actor in television on both sides of the Atlantic, actor Clarke brings enormous dignity and intelligence to his roles. He also starred in the HBO mini-series “The Corner,” and “Treme,” the FX series Damages and presently stars in “Person of Interest,” and “Blue Bloods.” Visit his website at http://www.clarkepeters.com
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Loisirslit will be showcasing some of our city's brightest and future shakers in the city like Ameca Reali, JD, Executive Director and Adrienne K. Wheeler, Esq, MA, Director of Law and Policy from The Justice and Accountability Center of Louisiana.
Our special guests this week are Karl Washington of Culture Shock International & Global Youth Festival and Gus Bennett from 4ormat Photography. Also joining us today are Gralen Banks, an Actor and Community Activist from Treme and the Prince of Treme Mr. Glen David Andrews, a masterful Trombone Player and Musician.
And as always I am joined by my beautiful hosts, MISS MOLLY, N'Kenge Marcelin, our resident band and Dj BLacK PeaRl.
On the latest episode of Conversations, we sit down with veteran actor, Wendell Pierce, star of the upcoming indie film, Four. Pierce has been in 30 films, appeared in nearly 50 TV shows including The Wire and Treme. He has also worked with some of Hollywood's top talent including Spike Lee, Taylor Hackford, Brad Pitt, Nicolas Cage and Tom Hanks. He'll discuss his long career as well as his legacy on the latest episode of Conversations.
World Footprints is pleased to introduce more great friends from our beloved New Orleans. First, we'll be joined by actor/filmmaker Terence Rosemore who most recently donned a badge as New Orleans Police Deputy Chief Eugene Marsden in the hit HBO series "Treme". Terence will discuss his upcoming roles and film projects post-Treme as well as his initiative in the Crescent City to introduce the city's youth to the entertainment industry.
If you're looking for the best places to go, eat or see the Moon Guide to New Orleans is a great resource to have. Native New Orleanian and travel writer Laura Martone joins us to give her take on what makes her hometown such an interesting and captivating place for her and visitors alike.
Finally, New Orleans is a city that never needs a reason to host a festival. Just when you think that the city wouldn't have room for one more thing, another "thing" pops up and offers something unique. For the last few years, Diane Lyons has been spearheading the FestiGals Conference. As founder of this conference, Diane sought to create an event just for women. FestiGals is an empowering weekend-long celebration of the female spirit and stength. World Footpri
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Hollywood icon Jane Fonda once famoulsy stated that "It's never too later, never to late to start over, never too late to be happy." Actor Tony Senzamici took that statement to heart and talks with Garrison on Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys about triumphing against all odds to pursue acting after a string of other successful business pursuits.
Tony Senzamici is currently starring on the HBO series "Treme" as Capt. Jack Maletesta and o the Starz Network show "Magic City." This summer he will be starring on the hit USA Network program "Graceland." Tony also talks about his passion for motorcycling and the Amici Charity formed by he and his wife Judy to help those affected by downturn economy and tough job market.
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