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Enjoy an encore episode as BlazinRy Radio host Ryan Holmes welcomes Garry Peterson, founding member of the legendary rock band behind classics like American Woman and These Eyes, The Guess Who. Peterson discusses how the band started, the creation of American Woman, and how he still enjoys playing with the group he helped create.
Author, editor and Amazon Top Reviewer Rebecca McFarland Kyle (Becky Kyle to friends) brings a Hummer full of her mystery writer pals back tonight. Bret Wright, Kerry Dunn, Karla Brady, and Rick Cornell.
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Theme music 'Miss E's Vacation' composed and performed by Denton Perry.
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Actress Katharine Houghton talks about her experience as a cast member in the groundbreaking movie Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, and film critic Mack Bates shares his picks for best movies about the African American experience. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner received 11 Oscar nominations and won two of them -- Best Picture and Best Actress. It also made a profound impact on the marketing of feature motion pictures in southern states. The 1967 film starred Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy and Katharne Houghton, who is Hepburn's niece. Houghton has appeared in other films including Kinsey, Ethan Frome, The Last Airbender and Billy Bathgate. She is also a successful playwright, popular lecturer, and award-winning stage actress. She won an Obie for her performance in Scent of Flowers and has played roles in over 50 regional theater productions. Bates has written freelance articles for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine's official film blog. He also received a local Emmy for his work on The Robert and Rosie Show. Co-host James Colt Harrison is a film historian who contributes film commentary to a variety of outlets.
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Delight will be performaing her one woman smash on May 14th 2016 and guess who has the exclusive interview? Make Me Feel It Radio that's who. The show on May14th is a fundraising event given by Dimitri for his church's 31st Anniversary. Please help support a good cause and be entertained by Delight in her performance on relationships and more hot topics. This is a interview you dont want to miss. I will be giving away tickets to the show so make sure you tune in.
Award Winning Author Howard Eisenberg is turning 90 this year. He is an author, playwrite, producer, director. Howard has written ten books, a musical, a film, magazine articles for major presses, has been reviewed by the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Parade, Baby Talk. His wife, Arlene, wrote the bible of parenting What To Expect When You're Expecting, an inspiration to Howard's bibliography. Howard was American pop sensation and Eddie Fisher's writer. Eddie was married to Elizabeth Taylor.
You can buy Howard's Books on Amazon www.amazon.com/author/eisenberg
Howard's Showscase www.howardeisenbergauthor.com
Howard's Guess Who Zoo www.guesswhozoo.com
Howard's Adorable Scoundrels www.adorablescoundrels.com
Howard's Facebook www.facebook.com/authoreisenberg
Howard's Twitter www.twitter.com/guesswhozoo
Howard's YouTube www.youtube.com/
Adorable Scoundrels, Now they’re a book!
You’ll recognize your own toddlers (past or present) in the charming illustrations of Susan Robinson, who has two 3-year-olds of her own, and in the truth-telling verses of author, poet, and playwright Howard Eisenberg who met them first as toddlers of his own and of his much beloved late wife Arlene, who co-wrote the parenting bible, What to Expect When You’re Expecting.
Arlene, and the hundreds of toddlers he met with her, became Howard’s inspiration for a treasury of charming Adorable Scoundrel poems that make you smile when you feel like crying. After hearing them at Arlene’s lectures parents would ask, “Where can I get the book?” There was no book then, but there is now.
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