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Vogue Podcast (You can download the Vogue podcast on iTunes or at Vogue.com.)
What Makes Me Weird? with Joel Sharpton (http://AlwaysListeningPod.com/makesmeweird or at http://BlogTalkRadio.com/makesmeweird)
Fuel for Warriors (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fuelforwarriors)
Uber ride to Airforce 1
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Join Stacy Darlene Monday Night starting at 6pst/8cst/9est as she interviews some of the hottest up and coming artists in the entertainment industry! At 6pm she will be joined by Author Talehia McCants who is a writer and publisher making a true impact in the literary world. Photographer Charlie V will join the show starting at 630pm. Charlie is a young creative genius that has been able to capture the pure essence of a woman's beauty. Spoken word artist, Vogue Robinson with Battle Born Slam will join the show at 7pst to perform live and tell us how Battle Born Slam is bringing culture to the Las Vegas community! BIG SONO will be dropping into the studio starting at 730 to tell us about his movement and give us a peek into his musical mind! This is going to be a great show, so make sure to TUNE IN!
in Pop Culture
Today on Unspoken Words, Robert Dunn chats with Kelly Williams Brown on her TED talk "Millennials-why are they the worst"! Kelly was born in southern Louisiana, and have since lived in Mississippi, Oregon, Texas and Washington D.C. She studied journalism at Loyola University New Orleans, and worked as a daily news reporter for seven years before transitioning to copywriting and freelancing I have written a New York Times-bestselling book. She's also worked as a long-form features writer, a columnist for The Daily Beast, and cocktail waitress on Bourbon Street. Her work has appeared on or in the New York Times, the Today Show, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Esquire, The Boston Globe and many more, and has been translated into seven language I also do speaking engagements; her TEDx Talk, "I'm a Millennial, and I am a Monster" was a TED.com editor's pick of the week.
Holz Hollywood is the true Hollywood story of photographer George Holz. George Holz was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee , graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, and assisted for Helmut Newton, whom he credits with guiding his career. As a fledgling photographer, he lived in Milan and Paris, where he shot beauty and fashion for major European magazines such as Italian Vogue and French Elle. Afterward, he moved to New York City, where he set up his famous studio on Lafayette Street, traveling frequently to Los Angeles and Europe to shoot fashion, advertising, and portraiture for major publications such as Vanity Fair and Harper’s Bazaar. His fine-art nudes have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. His shows have included “Original Sin” and “Three Boys from Pasadena – A Tribute to Helmut Newton” with fellow Art Center alumni Just Loomis and Mark Arbeit. Holz has collected a variety of prestigious industry awards over the years including a Grammy and a Clio. Holz works as an adjunct professor and lectures internationally at museums and universities, mentoring young photographers and passing on his photographic aspirations to “always begin and end with light, ” to “do it all in-camera,” and to “bring modern photography back to the level of the artful burn and dodge of the past.”Holz continues to travel extensively for his commercial work, fine-art shows, and lectures, and is currently working on several projects, including his upcoming book of nudes. He presently bases in the rustic Catskill Mountains of New York, where he lives on a farm with his family, two dogs, and flock of East Friesian sheep. When not exploring remote locations and photographing his muses, George’s favorite pastimes include traveling the American backroads in his '58 Airstream and conversing with his chocolate lab, Ruby.
Starla Fortunato is a Los Angeles based portrait and advertising photographer specializing in beauty, celebrity and fashion. Her work has been published in Glamour, Teen Vogue, The Guardian, San Antonio, American Way, New York Times, LA Times and have been a contributor to Venice, TV Guide & Angeleno Magazines.
Advertising campaigns include work for the LAPD, Four Seasons Hotels, Health Net of California and collaborations with Morgan Freeman along with numerous musician artists, actors, business professionals, publishing houses and public relations firms within the entertainment industry and media.
Roll out the holly, deck the halls, slice up the fruitcake because beloved Wall Street Journal sports columnist and author of LITTLE VICTORIES, PERFECT RULES FOR IMPERFECT LIVING, Jason Gay is joining Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show.
Gay joined The Wall Street Journal in 2009, writing a several-times-a-week column which shifts regularly from irreverent topics to more serious themes. He has covered events ranging from the Super Bowl and the Olympics to the Masters and the Tour de France. He has written for publications including Vogue, GQ, Rolling Stone, and the New York Observer. He has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Headliner Awards, the New York Press Club and the New York News Publishers Association. At once smart, irreverent, quirky, funny, witty, droll, and more his wit and insight are now brilliantly displayed in his new well received book: LITTLE VICTORIES, PERFECT RULES FOR IMPERFECT LIVING, which is own mom proclaimed to be “not bad.”
The inimitable Jason Gay visits The Halli Casser-Jayne Show because we need a little Christmas cheer. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
in Visual Arts
Fanta Celah has been creating fine art for 19 years. Throughout her career, she has received media recognition, through the likes of Rolling Out Magazine, TV3 (Acraa, Ghana), Voxafrica (London, UK), Essence Magazine, Ebony Magazine, Vogue, etc. She delves into photo realism, mixed media collage, 3d abstract, landscapes, geometric (henna), & cosmic paintings, and continues to push the bar, in the art world.
To date, Fanta Celah’s work has appeared in National Black Art Show, SOHO, NY 2008; The Museum of Science & Industry , Chicago, USA 2003, 2013; Gallery Giuchard, Chicago, US 2008, 2014-2016; Dorsey's Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2010; DakArt, Dakar, Senegal, 2012; Frameless Gallery, London, UK2011; Espacio Gallery, London, UK 2015; ArtAfrica: Art Basel, Miami USA, 2015; KROMA Gallery, Miami USA, 2015; Eta Creative Arts, Chicago, USA 2012; South Side Art Center Chicago USA 2001 & 2011; Hard Rock Hotel, Chicago, US 2009; Harlem Fine Art Show, Chicago, USA 2014-15; Gallery 909, St. Petersburg, FL USA, 2015.
In August 2015, she had her 2nd exhibition in London, where she debuted a pair of 'afro futuristic' mermaids and an amazing rendition of Josephine Baker.
Amidst her world travels, Fanta was honored to participate in DakArt 2012, in Dakar, Senegal, and has permanent art on display in the African Union and the National Museum of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She also received the Black Excellence award from the African American Arts Alliance, in 2012 at the Dusable Museum in Chicago, USA. In 2013, Fanta went on world tour, to Dubai, India, Ethiopia, Ghana, and Egypt, creating 12 original works, to spawn her new global collection, “The Wonders of the World.”
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Mary Jean Teachman.
Mary Jean Teachman was born in Detroit, Michigan to Isabelle and George Dresbach. She went to the University of Detroit where she studied pre-law and mathematics. She married and had two children, Arthur Forrest Tull II and Valarie Tull. She later divorced, was single for 4 years, married Mort D. Lieberman and was then widowed after 18 years of marriage. She found love again with Dr. Gerard W. Teachman and has been married for 23 years. She had a successful career for eight years as a runway and print model and appeared in Vogue magazine.
A longtime activist, she started and ran a successful campaign-RABAC...”Real Americans Buy American Cars” in the late 70’s. She started the grass roots movement because the American auto industry was in a severe slump. Her idea was to help convince the American public to support the American car companies in their struggle against foreign imports and to save jobs. She distributed bumper stickers and gave interviews to the print and broadcast media. At one point, a representative from the Japanese government came to interview her because they felt threatened by this movement. Gradually the unions adopted the project, which developed into their “Buy American” campaign
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Mary Jean Teachman.
Mary Jean teachman was born in Detroit, Michigan. She studied pre-law and mathematics at the University of Detroit and had two children, Arthur Forrest Tull, II and Valarie Tull. She divorced, married Mort Lieberman, was widowed, then found love again with Dr. Gerard W. Teachman, and has been married for twenty-three years. She had a successful career for eight years as runway and print model, and appeared in Vogue magazine. She's been an avid gardner, gourmet cook, and investor, but her primary interest has always been her family. She resides in Juno Beach, Florida and Asheville, North Carolina with her husband and their cat, Jackson.
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While earning a degree in economics at the University of Michigan, Jesse Frohman picked up a camera and never put it down. When he returned home to New York, he had no formal training or experience, but he did have a portfolio of platinum prints, which caught the interest of legendary photographer Irving Penn, who hired Jesse to manage his studio.Jesse has photographed countless celebrities and still lifes.His work is also in many private collections. Jesse lives and works in New York. And whilst he may have shot everyone from James Brown to Woody Allen, The Stroke to Diane Von Furstenberg for Vogue, Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone, it’s his iconic portraits of Kurt Cobain, shot in New York in 93 that linger longest in the memory. One of Kurt’s last ever photoshoots before his untimely passing. It’s now being commemorated by ONETSHIRT for a new capsule collection On the 20th anniversary of his death, a powerful portrait of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana including many previously unpublished image taken during their last formal photo shoot . In August 1993, when Nirvana was in New York to perform at the legendary Roseland Ballroom, Jesse Frohman photographed them for the London Observer’s Sunday magazine Over the course of ninety photographs, Cobain seems an almost feral creature, by turns gentle, playful, defiant, suffering, or absorbed in his music. There’s a diverse range of shots of Cobain with fellow band members Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl and on his own, posing, performing, and greeting fans. Jon Savage’s original interview, which appeared with Frohman’s photographs in the Observer is also reproduced, giving us Cobain in his own words. The book is a touching tribute to Cobain twenty years after his tragic demise, and following Nirvana’s recent induction in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The book contains 90 illustrations, 25 in color.
We welcome National Advisor Myra Jean Myers & CEO and Founder Allen Parker of the Justice Foundation/Operation Outcry.
Myra Jean Myers:
Myra is a Published Public Speaker who represents 30 million women harmed by legalized abortion. She is among the vast majority of these (more than 94 percent) who would never have considered abortion had it been illegal.
In 1965, she was a single college student and pregnant; abortion never occurred to her - nor the dad of their child; instead, she married. Expecting their third child in 1968, they felt it was too soon for another child but the idea of abortion was never conceived in their minds until January 1973. When expecting their sixth child, her husband believed the lie of legalized abortion: not a child yet! Co-dependent on him, she felt verbally and emotionally pushed to abort.
Allen Parker: Mr. Parker serves as the lead legal counsel for Norma McCorvey, who was “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade, and Sandra Cano, who was “Mary Doe” of Doe v. Bolton, in the legal effort to overturn their landmark Supreme Court rulings that brought legalized abortion on demand in America. He is currently co-host of the television program, Faces of Abortion. He is a frequent speaker on Roe v. Wade and the harm caused to women by abortion.
Mr. Parker has been featured in numerous interviews or articles in national and international media, including the “Hannity and Colmes” television show, the “O’Reilly Factor,” C-SPAN, BBC radio, the Wall Street Journal, the “Jim Lehrer News Hour,” Focus on the Family magazine, Charisma magazine, Vogue magazine, the Dutch magazine, Visie, and newspapers and radio programs around the world.
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