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I provide a preview of the new AMC pilot Halt and Catch Fire starring Lee Pace of Pushing Daisies fame. Should you tune in? What is the premise? How does the show hold up against AMC's other programming and the rest of the summer schedule? Who doesn't love Lee Pace? I also "take a look" (it's in a book, Reading Rainbow...) at LeVar Burton and his revival of Reading Rainbow. As always, callers are encouraged.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview AMC's Halt and Catch Fire star Eric Goins. He will discuss the following topics:
Artistic Director of Whole World Improv Theatre
Recurring cast on the new hit series Halt and Catch Fire.
Plays Larry, an engineer appears in 7 of 10 episodes of Season 1.
'80s period drama which takes place in 1983 in the 'Silicon Prairie' of Fort Worth TX (actually filmed in Atlanta)
Sundays at 10|9c on AMC Network
Also in 'Beacon Point' a horror film starring Melissa McBride from the Walking Dead
For more information, and listen to more radio shows, please go to www.totaltutor.net.
Everyone at some point in their lives encounters a dry season. Dry seasons are the times when productivity seems to come to a halt and people somehow get stuck in a continued place where nothing seems to move and our lives become stagnant. If that is you join us as we uncover the things needed to get free from a dry season in your life. For more information about this ministry or to sow a financial seed of support visit our website at kogwoc.org
Join Paul & Linda as they play and comment on 11 short audio clips about faith in action. These audio sound bites come from Dr. R.E. Tucker's teachings and are incredible stories about personal faith. They call them Faith Builders!
Hear about the miracle of the white truck, how a street cop used the word "PEACE" to halt a demon, God's wisdom in everyday work, how a demon was stopped when pastor declared "PEACE," a woman is healed of a brain tumor by faith in God, financial miracles and breakthroughs with faith, and how faith gives wisdom in life.
If a Negro in 1964 has to sit around and wait for some cracker senator to filibuster when it comes to the rights of black people, why, you and I should hang our heads in shame. You talk about a march on Washington in 1963, you haven't seen anything. There's some more going down in '64.
And this time they're not going like they went last year. They're not going singing ''We Shall Overcome." They're not going with white friends. They're not going with placards already painted for them. They're not going with round-trip tickets. They're going with one way tickets. And if they don't want that non-nonviolent army going down there, tell them to bring the filibuster to a halt.
The black nationalists aren't going to wait. Lyndon B. Johnson is the head of the Democratic Party. If he's for civil rights, let him go into the Senate next week and declare himself. Let him go in there right now and declare himself. Let him go in there and denounce the Southern branch of his party. Let him go in there right now and take a moral stand -- right now, not later. Tell him, don't wait until election time. If he waits too long, brothers and sisters, he will be responsible for letting a condition develop in this country which will create a climate that will bring seeds up out of the ground with vegetation on the end of them looking like something these people never dreamed of. In 1964, it's the ballot or the bullet.
SEC. OF STATE John "Vietnam" Kerry has been busy this week, trying to convince members of the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services committees as well as House Foreign Affairs members why Obama's plan to "halt" Iran's nuclear weapons is a "good deal."
And both leaders in the House and Senate are getting hammered by conservatives for their flaccid responses to issues that matter. As reported by David Limbaugh "While President Obama accelerates his increasingly radical agenda, the GOP, despite its congressional majority, can barely muster an objection, let alone block his momentum."
Tonight - the backstories to those and more with Capitol Hill insider Elizabeth Letchworth Chryst, the first woman to have been elected US Secretary to the Senate.
A gang shootout results in a flood of victims in the ER. John tries to halt the escalating violence, but to succeed he must navigate rival gang members and the police. Meanwhile, Gretchen tends to the young woman who sparked the bloodshed.
Stars Jason O'Mara (Terra Nova, One For the Money), Jessica Szohr, Beth Riesgraf, and Lauren Stamile (Grey's Anatomy, Burn Notice).
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States halt Washington pride: Same-sex couples rush to marry after Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage - but handful of hold-outs STILL refuse to grant licenses
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Hour one: Photographer and Travel Writer- David Noyes.
Like so many others, David’s business ground to a halt as the nation healed in the months following 9/11. Very quickly David took his career in a new direction. Within a year David and his partner launched their award winning Experience Outdoors magazine. His work as a travel writer, photographer, and storyteller has taken him to some of the most remote and exotic places on Earth. David is here tonight to discuss how he uses technology and digital photography and how their use has steered him in a whol new direction.
Hour two: The GizWiz is Dick DeBartolo!
Dick is Mad Magazine’s Maddest writer and he joins us on every last Wednesday of the month with exciting and different gadgets and gizmos!
Tonight’s topics include: The PancakeBot 3D printer that makes pancakes, Perfect Drink - a scale and app that lets you make the Perfect Drink, Mace Alert 911, the world's fastest keyboard, the Anti-Theft Urban E/W Tablet Messenger bag from Travelon, more handy tech tools, an unpickable lock (really?), and so much more!
A ghost starts killing people through various electronic devices. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) discover who was killed and why this ghost is seeking revenge on a group of college students but what they can’t figure out is how he’s doing it. With three dead, the brothers must stop the ghost before he claims his next victim. John Showalter directed this episode written by Eric Charmelo & Nicole Snyder (#1013).
Join the Supernatural discussion on Variety Radio Online. Brancey, Kristina, Gratia and Raven discuss the highlights of the latest Supernatural episode. If you want to be part of their show, feel free to tweet your thoughts to @VROBrancey and they will read them on air. If you' are catching the live broadcast, make sure you join the live chat-room Wednesday’s at 8:00pm ET.
Summary: To take his mind off of the Mark of Cain, Dean goes hunting. They track down a ghost that is killing college students through electronics and the internet.
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Today is Monday the 8 of June and Congress is in limited session this week and activity comming out of Capitol Hill are the following issues
Congressman Seth Mouton was the victim of poor treatment from the DC VAMC
Congress has decided to halt the cuts to Active Duty Pay as We highlight desperate Active Duty pay that actally encourages poverty amongst the troops.
We will also be discussing your news items that you may have to share with the veteran community
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