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David J. Diamond interviews actor/director Austin Pendleton about his long and varied career. Currently appearing in Young Jean Lee's STRAIGHT WHITE MEN at the Public Theater in New York City, Austin never seems to be out of work. From his early Broadway appearance in the original production of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, he has created some iconic characters on stage, film and television. He has also directed critically-acclaimed plays (including Elizabeth Taylor in The Little Foxes for which he got a Tony Nomination for Best Director) and written such hit plays as ORSON'S SHADOW and BOOTH. He has appeared in over 100 films and television programs. He teaches both acting and directing at HB Studios and The New School.
How does one sustain a career like Austin's? Find out how he has done it, what he loves about theatre, what's up next for him and hear his best advice for actors and directors today.
David J. Diamond is a theatre professional, life and career coach for artists. For podcasts of previous broadcasts and more information: www.davidjdiamond.com
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective presented in English. I discuss the failures of the CDC to effectively deal with Ebola in America despite their early assertions they knew how to deal with it. Texas HB 2 has been blocked by the Supreme Court. The many failings of the Obama administration regarding the prosecution of the war against the Islamic State. The news is that they are advances and I complain this is too little to late. I warn that if Bagdad fails to the Islamic State then we will have a real war on our hands. The headline coming to a news outlet near you, "Obama loses the War in Iraq!" In Houston, Mayor Annise Parker a open homosexual, is pushing the homosexual agenda in Houston. A lawsuit was brought because she ignored thousands of signatures on petitions to bring one of her ordinances to a referendum. She responded by issuing subpoenas to Pastors in violation of the First Amendement. This makes world wide news. In more news I read about the war in Syria and how Turkey, our NATO ally, demands that we go to war with Bashaar Al Assad in Syria but Obama resists that notion. I'm okay with doing so but recognize it is a very difficult issue. Obama is dead set against sending US troops into this war and that is unwise.
TUNE IN TONITE AS EAST HARLEM'S OWN DJ BIG STEW SIT'S DOWN WITH THE" TALK MONEY CLICK"" (HB AND HOT BOY HOOD) DROPPING THE HOT FIRE SINGLE THAT'S KILLING THE STREET'S.REPPING THE SOUTHWEST HB IS DOES IT ALL RAPPING AND AS A PRODUCER MIX THAT FIRE FROM HOT BOY HOOD THE JOINT IS A INSTANT HIT MAKE SURE TO TUNE IN TO THE HOTTEST UNDERGROUND HIP HOP SHOW IN THE GAME BEEF STEW RADIO K-NICOLE,THE KAPER AND DJ BIG STEW WE FOR THE STARS
Tonight 8-10pm EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626
Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles and Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center-
Tonight's guests and Topics
The Transport Law MCLA 750.474(a)
A legislatively created conflict of the MMMA finds itself in the spotlight. Several trial court judges throughout the state have made findings that the transport law conflicts with the MMMA ultimately leading to one Judge requesting an opinion from the attorney general. Film Maker, Video Journalist Eric VanDussen will be calling in and Attorney David Rudoi will join us in the studio to offer their thoughts.
Administrative Rule Changes Hearings
Once again attempts to amend the administrative rules of the MMMA went on in Lansing. Josey Scoggin testified before the committee and will join us to report her thoughts and insight to the legislative response.
Committee Hearing on Forfeiture Reform Bill requiring more reporting and accountability. Jeff Frazier and Charmie Gholson, Komorn Law were present and offered oral and written testimony in support of HB 4914- The SWAT Reporting Bill, which simply mandates these highly specialized and dangerous forces report on their activity. Charme Gholson will be joining us as well as Attorney Jeff Frazer who is in the Gallipolis but will be in the studio in spirit to discuss and sing.
Additional guests to be announced.
Michael's rant, news, current events and more!
From Dallas, Texas, Cavin Yarbough and Alisa Peoples started singing Gospel in their respective churches. The two met while taking piano lessons as young children. Alisa, known to her friends as Lois, performed with the Texas Northeast Gospel Chorale Ensemble, as well as her family group, "The Peoples Singers." Cavin, toured as a background singer for Leon Russell, where he eventually met Charlie Wilson of The Gap Band. Soon, Charlie Wilson introduced Cavin and Alisa to Lonnie Simmons, who immediately signed the duo to Total Experience Records. The union between the two produced five albums and ten hit singles, among them: "Guilty," "I Wouldn’t Lie To You," "Don’t Waste Your Time" and the 1981 smash hit single "Don’t Stop The Music," which remained #1 on the Billboard chart for six weeks. "Don’t Stop The Music" was nominated for a Grammy Award and continued on to win numerous awards.
DESE and the Hijacking of HB 1490
Today we are joined by Stacy Shore and parents who participated in the work groups established by HB 1490 to free Missouri from Common Core.
An inside look at the battle for our schools.
Call in & join the conversation 718-664-6859
Mike Moon joins us tonight to talk about the upcoing veto override session beginning Sep 11. The legislature has already overriden one of the governor's vetoes (income tax reduction). Which ones will they consider overrides for in September. Join us tonight as Rep. Moon comes live from the campaign trail to answer your questions.
Then, Dr. Mary Byrne joins us to discuss common core in Missouri. We will talk about the dangers of Common Core and HB 1490.
And, of course, Dave and Mike Slack will kcik around favorite topics of the week.
Join us at 7PM Missouri Tiem. Call and participate in the discussion at 347-677-1835.
This is the fourth episode of Honey Badger THIS. This will be totally unscripted, a hodge podge of my opinions, rants, touching briefly on various news articles as I come across them, attempting to be funny, playing some music or clips, etc. Since it's a Friday episode it should prove to be a more festive, fun, and laid-back foray into radio excellence. I plan to prepare virtually nothing ahead of time, and I'll be using the Honey Badger Mobile Studio (the Verizon Wireless Prepaid iPhone 4S which they do not, sadly, pay me to mention).
The authors that we are featuring today are: H.B. Charles, Jr., author of "On Preaching: Practical Advice for Effective Preaching"; Bob Lotich, author of "Managing Money God's Way"; and Stephen White, author of "Save Dr. Jekyll and Destroy Mr. Hyde."
The purpose of this show is to highlight wholesome Christian books, promote them to our audience, encourage you to buy these books for yourself and for others, and most importantly, to see people come to Christ and lives changed for the glory of God.
MUSICAL SELECTION: "He Knows My Name" by Francesca Battistelli; "The Gift" by Donald Lawrence; "Every Praise" by Hezekiah Walker
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