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At an early age, Richard Sirgiovanni knew he wanted to be a cartoonist. "I think I needed an escape and fell heavily into this magical world of imagination and cartoons. I was a big comic book reader and began drawing and copying my favorite super heroes. I went on to starting to create my own characters at an early age and started creating my own comic strips. I continued through grammar and high school as the cartoonist for the school newspaper. In my teens I started having my own comic strips published in local newspapers. I went on to college at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and studied cartooning with Harvey Kurtzman who is the creator of Mad Magazine. From there I have continued freelancing in newspapers, book covers and advertisements."
He is also a musician. "I started playing drums and singing at fourteen. Like most, I played in bands as a teen at high school dances and parties. Later I was in a original band playing in the NYC club circuit. At one point, we were playing the circuit that Cyndi Lauper, Madonna and Bon Jovi were as they were all coming up."
Most recently, Richard has created an animated show called The Grimps. "I started developing the thought about making the story something magical and fun for kids. I came up with the idea about these minstrels that lived 500 years ago. They were wonderful musicians and local celebrities. The evil wizard (Spectar) was jealous of them and cursed and banished them for eternity in the Forest of Dingle. Until 500 years later, their friend and wizard, who was also cursed, named magic Alex finds a reverse spell that turns them back to humans. But only from sunset to sunrise. So now they can resurface as this pop rock group called The Grimps. The other part of the inspiration was to be able to present The Grimps to the public as a legitimate rock n roll band by creating original music."
David Schütz II, former Shakespearean actor, screenwriter, producer of independent projects, & Horror Fiction author. Published in several anthologies: “Satan’s Holiday,” “Welcome to Your Nightmare,” “Blessings from the Darkness”, “Temporary Skeletons”, “Shadows and Light Magazine” Issues 1 & 2, and the soon to be released “Cellar Door III: Animals” and “Bones III” from James Ward Kirk Publishing. His work has been featured on Hellnotes.com’s “Horror in a Hundred” series (http://hellnotes.com/horror-in-a-hundred-logan-street-by-david-schutz-ii). David portrays “The Conductor,” and narrates James Ward Kirk Publishing’s “Terror Train” podcast, presenting every story and poem in the anthology, “Terror Train”. http://terrortrain.wordpress.com/ https://www.facebook.com/DavidSchutzIIAuthor
Rick Powell lives in Oak Forest, Illinois with his son, Brad. He is a lover of horror and dark fiction and his poetry and stories have appeared in Radical Dislocations, Wah Lum’s Library, Satan’s Holiday, Welcome To Your Nightmare, Blessings from the Darkness, The Nightmare Engine, Dark Eclipse Magazine, Shadows & Light Magazine, Twisted Dreams Magazine, Cthulhu Haiku II, Temporary Skeletons, and Infernal Ink Magazine. He has just recently released his own book of poetry, My Soul Stained, My Seed Sour. https://www.facebook.com/tenebraerick
We begin w/ Flash Updates, Greenies, and Simple Living-----
Then, Ruthann is joined by Ally Roberts, who is in to talk about polyamory----This is such a misunderstood term and lifestyle, we hope to answer some questions and concerns----What is it and who are the practitioners?
For the second half hour, 'Sarit Jacobsohn Views the World' is catching us up on Palestine/Israel, and other locations!
News of our world-----
'Big Foot w/ Rick Schmidt' is at the 60 min. mark. To the North American natives, the Tall Man, Sasquatch, was another animal that could be encountered in the forest. Do we still encounter beings in the forest that are supposed to only exist in mythology? Rick Schmidt has the answer to this and more. Call in and share your thoughts on this!
Join the conversation with Marcus Big Spence Spencer, producer, actor and first time film director and Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show as they talk about his new film at the Harlem Film Festival, growing up in Oakland, Will Smith, Octavia Spencer, Harlem's Danny Glover, Forest Whitaker and his favorite place in Harlem.
Listen to the show here which was recorded at 3 pm, Monday, September 15th, EST.
Check out his website www.bigspence.net.
Jeremy and Chris go through the nine games of the third week of Mountain West football and discuss the highs and lows of the league so far. We both fell that Boise State is the best team in the league and that Nevada really has a chance to compete in the West.
We go deep into Fresno State to try to figure out what is going wrong with that team. Is it coaching, lack of talent, scheme or just maybe we are holding onto some shred of that Fresno State is still a good team and blame the difficult schedule.
We do get to Chuckie Keeton leaving the first half of the Wake Forest game by re-injuring the same knee that he tore his ACL last year. As of this time there is no update on the status of Keeton's knee.
A look at the stats behind Stanford's 35-0 win over Army on Saturday in California. Interviews are presented with Army seniors running back Trenton Turrentine and defensive tackle Richard Glover. A look at Army's next game at Wake Forest in North Carolina. Show hosted by Ken Kraetzer of Sons of the American Legion, Squadron 135, White Plains, NY.
This show is about small college basketball, is hosted by CSNNW.com's Greg Crawford, veteran media personality and basketball expert. Coaches on the show are:
Tim Cleary----Pacific University (Forest Grove)
Dinari Foreman---Lewis and Clark College (Portland, Oregon)
Curt Bickley----Multnomah University (Portland, Oregon)
Clif Wegner--- Clackamas Community College (Oregon City, Oregon)
Brad Barbarick----Concordia University (Portland, Oregon)
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Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, talks about the latest issues in America and how we resolve them using the Constitution as our guide. Shane hit on the following topics:
1. Reaching out to young Americans. How do we do that? What does the message sound like?
2. One of the great moments in history came when an unsuspecting camper sandwiched a marshmallow and a piece of chocolate between two graham crackers -- creating an American masterpiece -- the s’more. Wait until you hear what the U.S. Forest Service has to say about this delicious treat.
3. The owner of a New York gun shop says he was given 24 hours to comply with a “request” from the New York State Police to turn over records of all customers who have purchased “bullet button” AR-15 rifles since the passage of the hastily-passed SAFE Act in 2013. What about that pesky Second Amendment?
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