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Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles changed my reading world when I was just 12. In honor of the 40th anniversary of the publication of Interview with the Vampire, I tell the story of why I read weird.
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“Wonder If” - RB3 The Red Bank Blues Band is a diversely talented group, featuring blues, R&B and classic soul. All the musicians live locally in New Jersey.
The band has steadily become an audience favorite over the past years throughout the tri cities. Lead vocalist Lisa Coppola is a known for her music video "Just A Little Time" which has been featured on National TV with Bongo Boy TV recently in Season 5 Episode 1076. The band is bringing their original blues song "Wonder If" as a welcoming addition to this release.
Web Site RB3 The Red Bank Blues Band http://www.theredbankbluesband.com
Web site: Lisa Coppola http://www.lisacoppola.com
The Thursday edition of Devils Daily features an interview with Dan Rice of The Hockey Writers.
In addition, Jeff and Dave debate the future of Mike Sislo, coming off of another strong season in the minors. Does he have the ability to find a spot on the roster?
There will be plenty of Albany Devils talk coming off of their 2-1 win in game one against Toronto, behind a stellar defensive performance and from Scott Wedgewood in net.
All that and of course, your calls, as well.
This week Londyn and co-host Adam Silverstein are joined by the brilliant photographer Clay Enos! Beginning with Zack Snyder's film Watchmen, Enos has created the posters and promotional pictures for DCEU live action films such as 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice', 'Wonder Woman' and 'Suicide Squad'! Enos dives into his inspirations, creative processes and experiences being THE photographer to DC Comics' superheroes, so listen in and discover great behind the scenes stories about capturing on film our newest cinematic Batman! All on this weeks exciting episode of History of the Batman with Londyn!
Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.
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Theme music by ROYALTYFREEMUSIC
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Emmy Award Winning Actress Carrie Preston of NBC's CROWDED Sundays 9:30/8:30C.
Known for her Emmy-Winning work in The Good Wife and popular shows like True Blood and The Newsroom, stars Carrie as a lead opposite Patrick Warburton, Miranda Cosgrove and Mia Serafino. Carrie plays Martina, who was enjoying an empty nest with her husband until her two daughters unexpectedly move back into the family home.
Carrie has made a name for herself by playing pivotal roles in some of television and film's most memorable projects. Carrie won an Emmy last year for Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series for her portrayal of Elsbeth Tascioni on CBS's hit series "The Good Wife." She beat out fellow nominees Linda Cardellini for "Mad Men," Jane Fonda for HBO's "The Newsroom," Margo Martindale for "The Americans," Joan Cusack for "Shameless" and Diana Rigg in "Game of Thrones.”
Carrie also finished her run as the lovable Arlene Fowler in the final season of HBO’s flagship series, “True Blood” and was seen guest starring in HBO’s series, “Getting On”, as Denya Throp who is a cancer patient staying at the Billy Barnes Extended Care Facility.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Joshua Becker Author of The More of Less.
Don’t Settle for More
Most of us know we own too much stuff. We feel the burden of our clutter. We tire of cleaning and managing and organizing. Our toy rooms are messy, our drawers won’t close, our closets are filled, and we can’t fit our cars in our garages. The evidence of clutter is all around us.
Meanwhile, this constant accumulation of stuff slowly begins robbing us of life. It redirects our God-given passions. It steals our greatest potential. It consumes our limited resources. And it distracts us from the very life we wish we were living.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
One of today’s most influential minimalist advocates, Joshua Becker, used to spend his days accumulating more and more. But then he realized how his possessions were not only failing to make him happy, they were actually keeping him from the very things that do. Instead of bringing fulfillment, they brought distraction. In The More of Less,
Welcome to Episode 184 of Amazin’ Avenue. This is Brian Salvatore’s first show in the hosting chair, and hopefully you’ll enjoy the new format of Amazin’ Avenue Audio.
First up, Chris McShane talks with Newsday’s Marc Carig (2:29) about his Californian roots, ballparks, and pitcher velocity. Note: Marc was calling in from a rental car, so forgive the sound quality being less than stellar for our interview.
Next, (21:45) Steve Schrieber brings us an audio installment of ‘This Week on SNY,’ followed by Kate Feldman’s look at this week’s forgotten Met, Desi Relaford (23:27)..
Aaron Yoke then examines the Mets’ recent struggles against left-handed pitching, and what that means for the team going forward (26:52).
Brian and Chris then talk about the last week in Mets news and games, and answer your one email for the week (34:58).
Noel Purcell takes a look at prospect David Thompson (1:15:00), Steve Sypa introduces us to our new foreign rooting interest (1:18:22), and then Brian wraps up the show with our contact information (1:20:38).
And don't forget you can e-mail the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll be back next week for another edition of Amazin' Avenue Audio.
John Kasich finally dropped out like a pregnant high school student. The 2016 Prez race, now set with Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton, is still rising in shadowy outline. While certain knowns are already obvious, such as the truculent nature of both candidates, the looming insult-fest could right now go either way.
And yet, if just one thing were jiggered -- being Hillary’s status in her FBI Email investigations, all bets would be off and Trump perhaps the presumptive winner. But if Hillary’s indictment were to come down, what would happen next? The DNC & Dems would certainly have the right to replace her. But how would that occur?
So if it’s Bernie v Donald, a NY boy knockdown, do the odds change? Of course, but how? And if Biden or some other liberal warhorse slips in, what then? All of these changes would have to be measured on a case by case basis.
But will Hill get indicted? Only time will tell. And could this have been Obama & the Dems plan all along, to run her as a stalking horse, only to be replaced by the preferred candidate at the 11th hour? Well, Donald won’t be losing any sleep over it, sportsfans.
Former WCW wrestler The Maestro stepped IN THE ROOM last night with Brady Hicks and the gang to talk all about his career with the company that was then the top wrestling company in the world.
Check it out as The Maestro – legit one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet – talks being a part of WCW during its historic run … thoughts on Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo … his potential as a main-eventer and how WCW would often cancel big plans … his lineage as a descendant of “Gorgeous” George Wagner and competing as Gorgeous George III prior to Randy Savage’s girlfriend adopting the name … his vision for “Maestro” and working with music legend James Brown … working with Symphony (Alicia Webb, aka Ryan Shamrock) and who was originally considered for her role … and Bret Hart’s thoughts on Maestro using a harness for his entrance.
IN THE ROOM airs live Tuesday nights, 9 PM ET from the ITR Studios, courtesy of the VOC Nation Radio Network at vocnation.com andthebradyhicks.com, and WORLDWIDE over the NetCarrier nCloud. Call in to the show (855) VOC-RADIO. Thanks, as always, for the support.
The 5 PERCENTERS FORUM presents:
THE HISTORY OF ALLAH'S PARADISE (Asbury Park, NJ)
AN INTERVIEW WITH TRUST
Growing up as a child in the Nation of Islam, “Trust Allah” at 13 years old first heard and accepted the teachings of the 5% Nation in 1969 in Asbury Park, NJ. After leaving his Muslim household at 14 years old, he became a ward of the state and was placed in the care of the first family in the 5% Nation (Eyezame and Earth) in Neptune, NJ.
As part of the first wave of 5 Percenters who came immediately after the assassination of the Father Allah, The Firstborns of Allah's Paradise all were taught by and bonded with the 5% Elders, the Firstborns of Mecca and Medina, Allah's Sons (A-Allah and B-Allah) and the First Fruits of Allah's 5% while attending the 1969-70 Parliaments at Mt. Morris Park, Fort Greene and were instrumental in the first annual Show & Prove in Mecca (Harlem) 1971. They were the first to bring busloads from out of town to 5% functions. Allah's Paradise became "a home away from home" for many 5% in New York City, and the city became recognized as a stronghold for the 5% Nation to this very day.
TRUST Allah and others moved to Newark and other New Jersey cities in the early 1970s and helped spread the teachings of the 5% Nation.
Today TRUTH is recognized as a prolific teacher in the Black Community via his Study Groups in History and the Knowledge of Self, and is recognized as a strong historian of 5% Nation and Nation of Islam history.
Don't miss this powerful interview!
with co-hosts Wakeel Allah, Understanding Allah, Allahmal Allah and YOU (THE CALLERS)!
Wed. 5/4/16 at 8pm EST
Call in # (646)595-4289