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Bruce Fessier writes for The Desert Sun, "For more than 50 years, Greer was a reporter, editor, talk show hostess and publisher in multiple desert media. She started as an interviewer in Los Angeles back in the days when interviews were scripted for the questioner and the subject. She began covering Coachella Valley events for the trade publication, Variety, in 1961 and most recently served as society editor for Palm Springs Life magazine."
Monday, November 30, 2015, Gloria's friends, family and fans packed the largest auditorium at The Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs, California for a celebration of her life, as presented in full in this podcast. For Bruce Fessier's complete story, click here.
Melanie Dewberry asks the question: What is your indigenous nature?
She believes that we are all indigenous - to this planet; to each other. She also believes that we are each born with a divine mandate tattooed on our souls; a poem written before the world got its hands on us and labels us.
We all want to be witnessed; seen for who we really are. This especially resonates with Producer and Host, Linda Lombardo, who calls herself the Camelot era/flower child of two Edwardian/Depression-era parents; better seen than heard; neither seen nor heard when adults got together to play cards or have dinner.
Her Power of Naming TEDx Talk reminds us that resonance with our name is powerful and starts to tell a story; we do not negotiate our gifts; the world expects something of us when our true name is shared.
Melanie DewBerry is many things in addition to a kick-ass speaker of TEDx talks; she is a Soul Navigator and brander, a magazine creator and writer, a coach who brings spirituality and her Native American roots to the conversation – even in the corporate world.
She is Conversation Curator & Courage Cultivator. Melanie is a Speaker & Coach on Consciousness, Soul and the Love of Life. She is a lover of languages. Melanie is “She who lives with her Soul on Fire”.
Melanie uses the power of spirituality, language, words, and naming to remind us all how we belong to one another.
Linda Lombardo hosts.
Hey Patriots! Join Bill and his great crew frm Indiana, at 7 PM Eastern, today..for a great show! Immigration, Lies from the Left, Candidates, Debates, Hildebeast..and more of her lies. Friday's premier of a new movie in theatres..Jan 15th..13 Hours..the truth on Benghazi. We will cover all of it, including Regionalism and Agenda 21.
Join us, behere, or be square! Hope to see you on line in the chat room, calling in and listening live!
Welcome back, everyone. Christmas and the New Year celebration are over. Life goes on, as we continue with our set schedules. Sleep, eat, work, read, play, eat, poop, and dance. Yes, I said dance.
Our Dancing Monday is back! The soundtrack set continues. Put on your sneakers, get your water bottle, and dance dance dance. We got films from the 80s all the way to late 90s. Are you ready to knock those socks off?
It's about that time! The show everyone can afford to listen too it's Nosebleed Seats! As always we take a look at the NFL Sunday schedule, as well as look at the earlier games that have already wrapped up for the week! Have you felt it? There has been an awakening? Star Wars has busted back into theatres and we have already seen the movie twice! We will touch on the crazy weekend box office and also a little Creed talk. So sit back, relax, and get your Sunday morning started off right with Nosebleed Seats!
Gary Blumsack talks the American Theater Channel on tonight's Rated G Radio!
The American Theater Channel is an online network dedicated to live stage theater! With a bevy of talented actors & celebrities collaborating with him on a wide range of productions, Gary will talk about his years in the theater and why its important to showcase live performances!
Check out the American Theater Channel here!
Over the last 25 years, Gary has become one of th emost prolific and influential theater producers in Los Angeles. In the 70's, Gary created the National Theater for Children in Boston supported by Harvard University. In the 80's, he ran the Burbank Theatre Guild producing, directing and acting in dozens of productions. In the 90's, Gary crated both the Hudson Theatres and the Lillian Theatres, pioneering what is know as Theatre Row in Hollywood!
Gary's produced critically acclaimed plays like Sowetos Burning, Hell's Kitchen Ablaze and The Survivor.
As the Artistic Director of the Hayworth Theatre since 2004, Gary's presented acclaimed productions like Not A Genuine Black Man, Nowhere on the Border, The Good Steno, and Frank Sinatra F*#ked Up My Life, which he also directed.
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This week on Weird Scenes, we take on the two most important directors in 70's British cinema!
Think about it: outside of Hammer, Tigon and Amicus (and perhaps short lived wunderkind Michael Reeves), how many British "new look" cult directors of the era can you name? And yet, Pete Walker and Norman J. Warren have managed to carve themselves something of a conjoined niche unto themselves, outside the larger studios.
With their efforts gracing grindhouse theatres and syndicated programming alike throughout the 70's and 80's, their names have become synonymous with concurrent sidelines in sex and horror, often featuring some very well established names in the business!
Join us as we speak to the dark and gritty (or saucy and bouncy) boundary pushing efforts of Norman J. Warren and Pete Walker!
Keeping the British End Up - a friendly pint with Norm and Pete
Your hosts "Doc" Savage and Louis Paul
More and more schools and workplaces are adopting wireless internet and computers in every room. When we stop to think about all the EMF radiation from electronics that we come into contact with everyday it's no wonder that our bodies are so stressed. Oh, and as an important side note- when children are stressed, they misbehave, become moody or lose focus. Hmm...
If you have children, or you are like me and have EMF sensitivity (or think you might) I highly suggest checking out this interview with Chinese Medicine Expert and LifeWave Patching Pro Dr. Dennis Lobstein.
Join us to learn:
Signs that you have EMF sensitivity
Simple ways you can protect yourself inside and outside your home from EMF (including low frequency and high frequency radiation)
How to effectively use acupuncture patches to relieve stress and sensitivty to EMF, especially in high frequency areas (such as airports and movie theatres).
Be sure to call in to have your questions answered by the LifeWave doctors themselves!
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Ryan Brant is a self-determined business executive and the founder, President and CEO for Positive-Strides. His foundation advocates, educates and supports injured athletes and helps with the mental and physical recovery and life after athletics. Learn more about his foundation visit his website at www.positive-strides.org.
More on Concussions at the Brain Injury Research Institute. Watch as CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains the physiology of concussions and the long-term effects.
Watch the trailer for Sony’s new movie release "Concussion" starring Will Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, the forensic neuropathologist who made the first discovery of Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a football-related brain trauma, in a pro player. In theatres on December 25th.
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Today's guest is Jason Connors, who just returned to the United States on November 8 after serving 27 months in the Peace Corps in the South Pacific island of Tonga.
Jason is a native San Diegan, who for over 20 years has worked onstage and offstage at local theatres as an actor, playwright, director, composer, sound designer, and musician. He has received awards from San Diego Theatre Critics Circle, KPBS, and San Diego Playbill for his acting and original plays. In 2013, after graduating from UCSD, Jason took a break from theatre and quit his day job as a teacher's aid in a classroom which serves students with developmental disabilities, and joined the Peace Corps with his companion, Emily Merchant. In the Kingdom of Tonga, they worked at a primary school teaching English and collaborating with local counterparts to increase "student-centered" teaching practices.
During his time in the Peace Corps, he and Emily helped develop new, easy-to-read English literacy books that were about Tongan life, illustrated by local artists. Jason also started a reading program in the nation's capital at one of the country's only public libraries which saw attendance and library visits quadruple since the program began. Jason's experience in the Peace Corps was an extension of a core belief in the goodness and generosity of all people and his desire to build community: a community of theatre-goers, a community of readers, a community of peaceful and thoughtful humanity.
Join our Once Upon a Time hosts every Monday as they discuss the highlights of the latest episode of Once Upon a Time - E-mail your thoughts on the episode and the host will read them on air.
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Summary: In a Camelot flashback, Hook becomes a Dark One and his lust for revenge against Rumplestiltskin is reignited. When Emma and Hook disagree about their best course of action, the final pieces of the puzzle are revealed as events in Camelot catch up to the present and we witness a charged confrontation between the forces of light and dark that sends our heroes on a collision course with destiny. Meanwhile, in Storybrooke, Hook’s centuries old lust for revenge against Gold puts both of their fates in jeopardy while Emma’s love faces the ultimate test as she tries to convince Hook to turn away from the darkness before she, Mary Margaret, David and Regina embark on a new mission as an unsuspected evil is released.
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My guest tonight in my Cabaret Series is Yvonne Constant. Yvonne Constant began her career as a ballet dancer, but because of her comedic flair and charismatic personality, the other dancers urged her to become a musical comedy performer instead. Yvonne was cast to play multiple roles for the Broadway production of "La Plume de Ma Tante" and won a Tony award. When she did "The Gay Life" with Barbara Cook, Yvonne received a New York Drama Critics Citation as on of the season's Most Promising Actresses. Yvonne was chosen by Richard Rodgers for a principal role in "No Strings," "She had 45 appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson."
In addition, she has narrated or dubbed over 20 French movies including the much acclaimed, "Parfait", and was also the voice of Simone de Bauvoir. In 2007, Yvonne was one of the stars in the City Center rival of "Follies" in New York. She received 14 rave reviews for her rendition of "Ah, Paris!"
Yvonne's memorable one woman show, "Yvonne Constant Sings Yves Montand" was standing room only in theatres and concert halls in New York, Chicago, and Washington D.C.
In recent years Yvonne has performed in several cabaret venues in the New York Metropolitan area including The Reprise Room, Danny's Skylight Room, The National Arts Club and the critically acclaimed Metropolitan Room where she appears regularly always with constantly updated shows. For many years her shows have been presented by Cabaret Legend Jan Wallman and her music director since 2006 has been the multi faceted Russ Kassoff. Yvonne is playing the Metropolitan Room the day after this podcast airs live, on November 17, 2015.
For more information about Yvonne Constant, visit her web page at http://www.yvonneconstant.com/