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DC Films Talk Podcast #4 - BATMAN V SUPERMAN FINAL TRAILER REVIEW
Jimmy Franco Sr.
Gilda Ochoa, Ph.D.
Enrique Ochoa, Ph.D.
Understanding the Recent College Demonstrations
In fall 2015, thousands of college students across the nation organized, protested, and demanded change at their schools. From the hiring of more faculty of color to the teaching of Ethnic and GLBTQ Studies and increasing student programs, students' lists of demands were vast.
Naysayers and conservative pundits were quick to critique these protests, but too few people took the time to listen and learn from students. As students return to their campuses from winter break, this show brings together student activists, educators, and community members to reflect on students’ demands, the factors fueling their protests, and the possibilities for change.
Students have long been the ones pushing for educational transformation.These latest demonstrations aren’t isolated incidents or the gripes of so-called "coddled” or “whining” individuals, as some would want us to believe. Instead, students’ demands stem from decades of racism, class inequality, and other forms of exclusion. Now is the time to listen to students’ demands and work together to ensure that our schools serve all of our students.
Sharona talks Democratic debate, the Title IX Tennessee lawsuit, plus Meryl Streep, the economy situation in Louisiana, Cleveland billing Tamir Rice's family and the GOAT Albert Einsten. Plus, she tried KFC's Hot Nashville chicken so you don't have to (thumbs down). We finish with Sharona talking about Kanye West and his lyrics on Taylor Swift.
Without question, 2016 has kicked off on a decidedly dark note.
Above and beyond a ridiculous circus of a Presidential election, a record breaking wave of snowstorms in the East and tornadoes down South, increasing corporate and financial malfeasance both nationally and globally and some ongoing global concerns, we've lost large chunks of music, television and film history in the surprisingly short span of a single month.
So join us as we pay tribute to names like David Bowie, the Jefferson Airplane's Paul Kantner and Signe Anderson, Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister of Motorhead and Hawkwind and Jimmy Bain of Dio and Rainbow, not to mention folks like Glenn Frey of the Eagles, Dallas Taylor of Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Dale Griffin of Mott the Hoople, Nicholas Caldwell of the Whispers, Mic Gillette of Tower of Power and Stones/Yardbirds manager Giorgio Gomelsky on the music end,
and Angus Scrimm (Phantasm), Dan Haggerty (Grizzly Adams), Vilmos Zsigmond (of the Ray Dennis Steckler and Arch Hall films, Easy Rider and Close Encounters), Abe "Fish" Vigoda, Frank Finlay, Terry Wogan, Jacques Rivette and Pat "Schneider" Harrington on the television and film end...
Raise a Toast to Those Fallen
(SO SORRY ABOUT THE SHORT TECHNICAL GLITCH ABOUT 23 MINUTES INTO THIS EPISODE! UGH!!)
Dimitri’s Opening Monologue (from the LifePedigree.com studio)
Campaign Cruz is calling out Fox News! I’ll tell you why that is such a brilliant political move, and why the other news channels have missed what Sen Ted Cruz is doing. And I’ll tell you how Carly Fiorina blew a golden, once-in-a-political-lifetime opportunity to be a relevant presidential candidate
Jimmy LaSalvia, author of No Hope, Why I Left the GOP and Why You Should Too, names names about high-profile Republicans who have intense gay feelings - including a famous conservative woman with a bulging Adam’s apple who LaSalvia actually names during the interview, and calls her a … well, … er, … um, … fag-hag (his term, NOT MINE!)
The Blackhawks lost to the San Jose Sharks 2-0 last night, and again were on the wrong side of a controverial ruling after a coach's challenge. The Hawks top line still has issues, should GM Stan Bowman make a trade to bring back a familiar face? Phil Jackson fired Derek Fisher on Monday, and Kurt Rambis took over as the Knicks' interim head coach. What should Phil's next move be, and will it even be in New York? Plus, the Bulls return home with a 2-5 road trip record and more injuries. Is it time for Gar Forman and John Paxson to finally admit defeat and make big moves before the trade deadline next week? Call in at 347.327.9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
NBA Trade rumors are all around us and this is the what us hoop heads LOVE. Knick make a move to get Fisher OUT and now what? Are the Hawks going to hit the button and blow it up? Bulls losing Jimmy Butler for 3-4 weeks should the Bulls be looking to add a player? And the Monstars aka Golden State keeps trucking anyone and everyone. What did we learn from the OKC Thunder matchup are they the ONE to beat Dub Nation? These are just a taste of the topics on tap tonight!
TOPICS: UN SAY UNITED STATES MUST PAY COMPENSATION FOR SLAVERY, WHAT'S IT LIKE BEING RELEASED FROM PRISON AFTER 21 YEARS, WOMAN ACCUSED OF STABBING VICTIM FOR SLEEPING WITH BOYFRIEND
NOTHING IS OFF LIMITS ON THIS SHOW WE TALK ABOUT ANY AN EVERYTHING THIS IS NOT YOUR MAMAS KIND OF TALK SHOW
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TOPICS: UN Say United States Must Pay Compensation For Slavery , What It's Like To Be Released From Prison After 21 Years, Woman accused of stabbing victim for sleeping with boyfriend
NOTHING IS OFF LIMITS ON THIS SHOW WE TALK ABOUT ANY AN EVERYTHING THIS IS NOT YOUR MAMAS KIND OF TALK SHOW SO COME JOIN IN THE DISCUSSION 347-202-0318
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Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records S3productions
The Ink Spots
Ink Spots – My Prayer
Give Her My Love
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Ink Spots – My Prayer / Give Her My Love
Label: Decca – 2790 (66608)
Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
A: My Prayer
Composers– George Boulanger, Jimmy Kennedy
Their biggest hit of 1939 was the Lombardo, Marks & Hill ballad "Address Unknown". This was their first #1 hit on the US Pop Charts. Other chart toppers from 1939 included "My Prayer", "Bless You", "Memories of You", and "I'm Gettin' Sentimental over You"
B: Give Her My Love
Composers– Milton Berle, Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin
Vocal with Instrumental Accompaniment
The Ink Spots were an African-American pop vocal group who gained international fame in the 1930s and 1940s. Their unique musical style led to the rhythm and blues and rock and roll musical genres, and the subgenre doo-wop. The Ink Spots were widely accepted in both the white and black communities, largely due to the ballad style introduced to the group by lead singer Bill Kenny.