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Ricky March or Aric, to the people whom he owes money to, has always been a wise guy (not Soprano style either).When kids watched cartoons, Rick favored Burns and Allen reruns. When the Beatles were taking over America, Rick spun Bill Cosby and Allen Sherman records. A disk jockey in Syracuse, he first introduced the public to his menagerie of accents. He recorded voice over commercials for bug spray and wrote and produced a radio show called The World According to Myron Putchnick. A couple of decades and a lot of laughs later, he’s back on stage. From Zanies to The Improv to colleges and clubs aroung the country, Rick slings his sarcastic barbs and observations on the inane to make fun of everything stupid and everyone too serious about life.
Mary E, is the creator/producer of ArtSees Productions.
Janesville Community Radio proudly presents:
Mental Toughness Catalyst, Dianne Young - We’re Too Smart to Live Like This
The host, Dianne Young, is a Achiever who enjoys life and thrives on inspiring people to create a fufilling lifestyle! She developed a passion for personal development after retiring from the Marine Corps and transitioning into "civilian life." This show will make you stop and think about where you're at in life, if that's really where you want to be and how yu can start creating the lifestyle of your choice - starting today.
GUEST SPEAKER: Allen D. Edge is an ordained minister, a talented actor, director, producer, and comedian with over forty years in the performing arts. He’s worked with The Goodman Theatre, E.T.A. Theatre, Victory Gardens Theatre, The Black Ensemble Theatre Company, Portland Stage Company, First Stage Children’s Theatre, Court Theatre,The Steppenwolf Theatre Company,GEVA Theatre Center, and Lincoln Boyhood Drama Assn.
Allen has performed his special brand of humor at Zanies in Chicago, Jokes & Notes in Chicago, U Got Jokes Chicago, Comedy Central’s “Comic Justice”, The Comedy Café in Milwaukee, The Apollo Theatre in New York, and as the opening act for Pattie La Belle, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson, and The O’Jays.
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When it comes to comedy Ambrose Jones’s resume is impeccable. Comedian Ambrose Jones has had the privilege of performing at the following top spots in the country: Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory, Comedy House, Looney Bin, Zanies, Jokes & Notes, and The J-spot (Jay Anthony Brown's Comedy Club). He just recently won 1st place at a comedy competition at the Stardome in Birmingham, AL.
He is a former UPS package driver, who believes comedy is his God given destiny. Within three months of doing stand-up, he attended a workshop for comedians instructed by Eddie Brill (book comics for the David Letterman). He was told by Mr. Brill that he possessed a talent often not seen in comics who have been doing stand-up for 20 years. Also, Eddie told him that he has the poise and the ability to be one of the best stands up comedians around.
He has already opened for some of the top comedians in the business. Don (DC) Curry, Damon Williams, Eddie Griffin, Kyle Grooms, Doule D, Lomax, The Legendary Barkays, T-Rey and more. Within only two years under his belt, he began coordinating comedy shows in Memphis, TN featuring comedians from BET Comic View, Def Comedy Jam and up and coming local talent.
Tune in to this episode of The LanceScurv Show and catch a rare opportunity to speak to this rising star who is destined to fulfill a destiny of greatness!
Check it out -- The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana is back with another fantastic program!
Up first is comedian and former HGTV host Mike Siegel. He has a ton of stories to share, and can pull from his extensive experience as a host, actor, and touring stand-up act. He'll be stopping by the studio to talk about his common past with Frank and more.
During our Craftsmanship segment, we'll be checking in with Four Winds president and creative director Matt Vriesema. He built a working ice rink in his backyard, and created an amazing time-lapse video of the entire process.
We're also chatting with our resident sports expert Bo Balogun about the Big Game this weekend, and we'll also hear from the current face of the Craftsman Facebook page -- John Turner, who built a very cool treasure box for his wife in honor of his mother-in-law.
Sit back, tune in, and let's get Down and Dirty!
It's time for another great episode of The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana!
Today marks the return of comedian Michael Palascak to our studios. He's been on the late-night talk shows, is a veteran of the college circuit, and has also had his very own Comedy Central special. You've got to tune in to hear his unique take on life and comedy.
During our Craftsmanship segment, we're chatting with The Family Handyman editor-in-chief Ken Collier about their list of "10 Handy Holiday Decorating Tips" for around your home.
We're also welcoming Lindsay Roberts of The Gift Insider to the studio to run though some great holiday gift ideas during the Christmas and Hanukkah seasons, and we'll hear a Craftsman Memories story from Terrie Swanson.
Grab some mistletoe, and let's get Down and Dirty...
Guest on Show Talk with Angela Butler is comedian Elijah Howard from Los Angeles, California. Elijah has performed @ Gotham Comedy Club within New York. Also The Laugh Factory, The Comedy Store, Down Town Comedy Club within Los Angeles. California. In Atlanta, Ga he has performed @ Twisted Taco and Funny Farm Comedy Club. In Chicago Illinois @ the Chicago Zanies and Jokes and Notes. Also in Detroit Kickers Complex and Comedy Castle. Also Ann Arbor @ Ann Arbor Comedy Show Cases. Tune into get your laugh on and heard this christian comedy talk about his life on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/angela-butler. Call in to ask questions 1-347-327-9376. When 7 pm est and 6 pm cst. On 12-22-2012. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everyone. And Happy Kwanzza to all. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/angela-butlern
When Sal Demilio was growing up Italian there was never a shortage of food, "I would have liked to have eaten out, but until McDonalds comes out with a 30 piece McRavioli, I'm eating at Mamma Louise's. Corporate clients such as Ford Motor Company, Home Depot, United Way, Arizona Beverages and 7 Up Bottling Company have all had the pleasure of Sal performing at their National Sales Meetings. 7 Up General Manager, James Fox, "Sal was hysterical; he had my national sales force in stitches for 45 minutes. Any company would benefit with Sal as their entertainer." Sal is a national headliner and performs regularly at such top clubs as Zanies, The Funny Bone, Hilarities, Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle, and The Laugh Factory. Sal has complimented such acts as Dave Coulier, Dave Attel, Kathleen Madigan, Nick Dipaolo, Lewis Black and Bobby Collins. Sal is proud to release his debut CD "Fettuccini Salfredo" available at saldemilio.com
Join us today for another awesome episode of The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana!
Up first is The Latin Diva of Comedy herself -- Patti Vasquez. She's been all over the country spreading her "Comedy with a Heart," and is hosting an edition of The Female Funnies at Zanies in Chicago next week!
During our Craftsmanship segment, we're welcoming ReBuilding Exchange general manager Meegan Czop to the studio. She's doing some great work with this organization by gathering donated materials from sustainable deconstruction projects, and repurposing them into great new items and projects.
We're also checking in with Dwight Hora, who's embarking on the Ride for Liberty 2012 to raise funds for EdgeAlliance's building of the Alpha House -- a home for low-income/homeless veterans. And let's throw in a DIY Disaster story from WillsCasa blogger Amber Wills!
Let's get Down and Dirty...
Here we come again with another great episode of The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana!
Up first is "the only doctor practicing comedy intentionally" -- Dr. Bill Miller. He's performed his Doctors are People Too show in clubs and hospitals all over the country, bringing his unique take on medicine to the masses. He's also appeared on the Showtime Comedy Network, and is bringing his act to Zanies in Chicago tonight.
In our Craftsmanship segment, we're calling up David Fogg from the Big Ass Fans company. Their eco-friendly mission is to "make you more comfortable and the Earth greener," and in honor of Earth Day coming up we're going to focus in on their new Haiku line of ceiling fans for the home.
We're also checking in with USA Today hockey writer Kevin Allen about the Stanley Cup playoffs, and we'll hear a DIY Disaster/redemption story from Addicted 2 Decorating blogger and interior designer Kristi Linauer.
Please tune in for all this and more, and let's get Down and Dirty!
Here we come with another episode of The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana!
Our first guest is comedian Butch Bradley. He's currently touring the country, and will be stopping by the studio before his run at Zanies this week. You've seen him all over the place, and he's a big-hitter on the USO tours performing for our troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. We can't wait to see what he has to say. In our Craftsmanship segment, we welcome Geoff Benge of Geoff Benge's Guitar Shop to the studio. He's been in the musical instrument repair business for years, and now he's building his own clear guitars made from Lucite. And he's bringing one by to jam on! During our Man-Land segment we're thrilled to chat with American Mustache Institute chairman Dr. Aaron Perlut about their list of America's most mustache-friendly cities (Chicago is #1!). The AMI has been "protecting the rights of, and fighting discrimination against, mustached Americans by promoting the growth, care, and culture of the mustache." since 1965. So tune in for all this and more... only here on The Down and Dirty!
It's another eclectic edition of The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana today!
Our first guest is comedian Michael Palascak, who's made a name for himself by connecting to the youthful innocence in everyone with his great storytelling techniques. He'll be stopping by our studio to talk about his gigs at Zanies and more!
In our Craftsmanship segment, we're calling up Main Street Pedicabs founder Steve Meyer. Steve makes custom pedicabs for small entrepreneurs all over the country, and provides an environmentally friendly solution to the challenges of modern transportation with a zero-emissions footprint.
We'll also be getting a live in-studio Lollapalooza report with Consequence of Sound president and editor-in-chief Michael Roffman, and we've got a pretty great DIY Disaster story lined up too. Don't miss it!
Let's get Down and Dirty...
Please join us today for anther great episode of The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana!
Up first is comedian Donnell Rawlings. Chances are you know him from his Ashy Larry character (among others) on the classic Chappelle's Show, but he's a great standup and actor in his own right... appearing on everything from The Wire to various Law & Order series. He's currently on tour, and is appearing at Zanies in Chicago next week. In our Craftsmanship segment, we're welcoming FeLion Studios founder Alisa Toninato to the studio. She recently completed the her "Made in America" work -- a full map of the 48 contiguous US states in skillet form. We'll talk with her about forging metal, and what else she's been working on in Madison, Wisconsin. During our Man-Land segment, we're absolutely thrilled to welcome back American Mustache Institute chairman Dr. Aaron Perlut. Their annual charitable 'Stache Bash celebration is happening on Friday in Chicago, also known as America's most mustache-friendly city. We'll find out who won The Down and Dirty mustache competition, and what Mustached-Americans can expect at their upcoming party. We've got all that, plus a DIY Disaster and more... so let's get Down and Dirty!