• 00:32

    "I don't date Black Women" Recap w/ Guest: Ben "Big Teflon" Walton

    in Women

    Did you miss The Noir Unicorn in the Room | Battle of the Sexes: "I don't date Black Women" ?

    Get into The Mix on Noir Unicorn Radio as the co-host of the event, Ben " @bigteflon " Walton & I do a recap of the event and talk about how we REALLY feel about the responses!


    In the year 2014, we as Black People have made social progress by uniting together to protest against racial injustice, but even in the midst of Black unity, there is a major lack of support from Black Men towards Black Women. When numerous articles are deeming Black Women as the most "unattractive race" and faced with different forms of prejudice daily by other races, we look to the men of our own race for solidarity and validation. Not only are Black Women told that we are "un-dateable" by the men that resemble our fathers and brothers, but it is done with a proud smile on their faces.


    It is only necessary that we address the trending statement, "I don't date Black Women."

  • 00:59

    This Week - Wine Industry News & Information w/Ron

    in Wine

    Join us tonight for another informative and entertaining discussion that is All About Wine - news, events, and more.


     


    Hosted by Ron Hunt, VP and General Manager of Florida Estates Winery in Land O' Lakes, Florida.


     


    Call the show and be a guest.  Discuss wine industry topics on-air by calling our guest line at (646) 727-3235 or email the show any time at allaboutwine101@gmail.com

  • 02:23

    Lance Hardwick LIVE!

    in Entertainment

    Join us as we chat about our latest Audio Series: LANCE HARDWICK MYSTERIES! The 1947 Radio-Play/Noir/Comedy/Paranormal Detective Story with a Difference!


    On December 17th we are releasing "The CHannukah CHorror"! A holiday treat from www.the4077th.blogspot.com


    The cast will chat about their experiences working on the series: Jeff Niles, Viktor Aurelius, Rachel Rumler, Jonithan Patrick Russell, David Schütz II and Mary Genevieve Fortier. We will discuss our previous storyline : "Her Kisses Were Steamy but... OH, Those Cthulhu Boobs!" and future plans too. We will air clips from "Cthulhu Boobs" and even a SNEAK PREVIEW clip from "The CHannukah CHorror"!


    We will also play a clip from our other Holiday Treat for 2014: "A CHRISTMAS HORROR 2 - The Shriek-Quel". It releases the same day as this show, so check our website!


    If you haven't listened to the FIRST "Christmas Horror" you can find it here: http://the4077th.blogspot.com/2012/12/jeff-niles-presents-christmas-horror.html  Part 2 takes place during some of the events of Part 1.


    Join us and please call in with your questions and comments! We'd love to hear from you!

  • 01:19

    Cinema in Noir - Thanksgiving Edition

    in Film

    Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In hnor of the upcoming Thansgiving holiday, we will list which films/TV shows, talent and trends we're most thankful to see this year.

  • 00:51

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part 3 Steve Lutz Lenne Estate

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA. Imported by Winesellers Ltd.


    Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Today's episode is Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 00:58

    LA KINGS ROAD TALK RADIO - Getting Wild Before Thanksgiving

    in Sports

    Join us for a Thanksgiving Eve edition of LA Kings Road Talk as we discuss all things LA KINGS hockey as our beloved LA Kings take on the Frigid Minnesota WIld as we talk all things LA Kings & NHL hockey.Will the Kings Road Woes Continue? Can the Kings bring home a rare road win and celebrate Turkey Day in style? Will another road loss drive fans to start drinking Wild Turkey? Will Hipcheck go with Cabernet or Pinot Noir for this Thanksgiving feast? These questions will be answered and oh so much more on the internets only live, uncensored LA Kings-Centric show you will ever need...the one and only LA KINGS ROAD TALK RADIO. Brought to you by Letsgokings.com, B&B Premiere Insurance Solutions & Lexus-the December to Remember Sales Event.

  • 01:02

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part II Michael Richmond

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA.  Imported by Winesellers LTD.


    Tonight's epsiode is Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 00:51

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part 3 Steve Lutz Lenne Estate

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA.


    Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Today's episode is Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 01:02

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part II Michael Richmond

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA.


    Tonight's epsiode is Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 00:53

    2nd Annual Thanksgiving & Holiday Wines & Hard Ciders

    in Entertainment

    Wine Muse hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard, from Wild 4 Washington Wine, ring in the holiday season with the 2nd Annual Ideas for the Holidays: Holiday Wines, Sparkling Wines, Champagnes and Hard Ciders.  


    If you like wine, you might enjoy these winemaker conversations answering the question: What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Part One: Chile Pinot, Francois Lurton


    Part Two: California (Carneros) Pinot, Michael Richmond


    Part Three: Oregon Pinot, Steve Lutz

  • 01:10

    Philmchology w/Brenda B: Dressed to Kill (1980)

    in Film

    This is movie is my little cousin's favorite movie and I understand her attraction to the "film noir" of that era, the '80's.  


    Trailer for Dressed to  Kill (1980)


    Here's another moive known for its shower scene that errupted in a sexual-violent opener.  It begs the question: Does an unsatisfying sexual life lead a married person to infidelity?  Could that potential infidelity lead to that person being put at risk for their lives or for a sexually transmitted disease?  Join us for a wonderful night of murder and an erotic psychological thriller!

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