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Giuseppe is a pizza chef in Rome, and customers come from far and wide to watch his antics and get a taste of his famous pies. But what will he do when his trusty vendor's cart breaks down? With help from a new friend, he might just find a solution!
Author: Meaghan Fisher; Illustrator: Sandra Burns
Tyler is a young bass who lives in Lake Erie and loves playing and exploring with his friends. One day, a game of Fish Tag takes him and his friend Jimmy into some unfamiliar waters. They’re a long way from home, and even worse, the water is brown! When Tyler and Jimmy find out what’s wrong with the water, they must work as a team with all their friends in order to save it…before the lake is poisoned!
When he was little, Lars the monkey loved taking rides in historic WACO airplanes at WACO Field in Troy, Ohio. Now that he's older, Lars wants to learn to fly a WACO airplane himself so he can share his love for flying with little passengers of his own. As Saturday approaches, the day that WACO pilots give rides, the pilot is missing. Can Lars fly the plane and save the day?
Shannon is thrilled to feature special guest, comedian Lois Bromfield, this week! Lois began her career as a stand up comedian, performing in comedy venues throughout the United States - most notably The Comedy Store in Los Angeles. After countless television appearances as a performer, Lois directed her career toward the writing and production of television shows for several major networks including ABC, HBO, The History Channel and The Discovery Channel.
Her most well-known comedy sketch performance is Sorority Girls from Hell, and her television writing credits include Roseanne, Grace Under Fire and The Drew Carey Show. Lois will be featured in an upcoming documentary about women in comedy entitled Makers that will air on PBS on September 30.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show, hosted by women's rights leader, Shannon Fisher. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders, discovering their personal inspiration and passions. Shannon on the web: Facebook - Twitter
This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor Michael Lowndes, our website professional, at www.pmlmedia.com.
Tanna Frederick recently wrapped production on Henry Jaglom’s romantic mystery “Ovation” starring opposite James Denton. The story is set in the backstage world of theatre where the cast struggles to keep their play afloat while they search for a murder suspect amongst themselves.
She has two films coming out next year -- Jaglom’s romantic comedy “The M Word” (with Corey Feldman, Michael Imperioli and Frances Fisher) will be released in January/February, and “Garner, Iowa” where she stars as a single mother who returns to Iowa (Frederick’s hometown) to deal with her past, will be released in the spring.
She’s also hitting the boards in “The Rainmaker” at the Edgemar Theatre in Santa Monica. The Los Angeles Times gave it Critics’ Choice and said, “The standout of this terrific cast is Tanna Frederick’s acerbically yearning Lizzie…It’s a transformation not to be missed.”
Frederick's performance in her first feature with Jaglom, “Hollywood Dreams,” earned her Best Actress at WorldFest Houston, Montana International Film Festival, Fargo Film Festival and the Wild Rose Film Festival. The film took Best Picture honors at the San Luis Obispo Film Festival and to Best Comedy at WorldFest Houston. She was named Method Fest’s “Performer to Watch” and has also received the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival’s “Maverick” Award.
Anthony McGill, just named Principal Clarinet of the New York Philharmonic beginning in September 2014, held the same position with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra since 2004. He was chosen to perform with Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, and Gabriela Montero at President Obama’s inauguration in January of 2009.
Performances throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and South Africa in recital, chamber music and as a soloist with orchestras consistently receiving rave reviews. As an educator, McGill is on the faculties of The Juilliard School, Peabody Conservatory, Manhattan School of Music and Bard College Conservatory.
From Chicago, McGill attended The Curtis Institute of Music and is a recipient of an Avery Fisher Career Grant, as well as the first Sphinx Medal of Excellence.
Dial (929) 477-4171 9PM EST to talk New York Knicks Basketball on the #BleedBlueShow. These series of shows are about the new regime with new Knicks President Phil Jackson, new head coach Derek Fisher, re-signing of Carmelo Anthony , the Summer League games in Las Vegas, potential roster moves, actions heading up to Training Camp. How will the Knicks do in the new Triangle Offense? What will the final roster look like? Any possible trades? Do the Knicks have what it take to not only make the playoffs but make it to the NBA Finals? What does KnicksNation have to say - Join the #BleedBlueShow 9PM EST on Wednesdays.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
We continue the SF Fringe Festival on the Air with a rebroadcast of the special interview with Campo Maldito playwright and director Bennett Fisher & Jesca Prudencio; continuing with Blues for Charles's playwright Harry R. Hall; and closing with the creative playwright duo: Linda Ayres-Frederick and Nancy Cooper Frank's Assorted Domestic Emergencies (smile).
Visit www.sffringe.org or 415-673-3847. All plays are at the Exit Theatre, 156 Eddy Street, in San Francisco Sept. 5-20, 2014.
Can Israel survive all of the current hostilities, both politically and militarily? Gary Fisher of Lion of Judah Ministry joins Brian to answer this question.
Today Bennett Fisher, playwright and Jesca Prudencio, director, join us to talk about the smashing successful run of Campo Maldito at San Francisco Fringe Festival. There are three more performances: 9/12 at 6 p.m., 9/18 at 10:30 p.m., 9/16 at 7 p.m., and 9/20 at 2:30 p.m. at the Exit Theatre, 156 Eddy Street in San Francisco. See http://www.peopleofinterest.org/ (trailer) & http://www.ubuntutheaterproject.com/
Bennett Fisher is company member of Campo Santo, an associate artist with the Cutting Ball Theater, and a co-founder of the San Francisco Theater Pub. His plays include Campo Maldito, Borealis, Pay Dirt, Hermes, Don’t Be Evil, Devil of a Time, and Whoa is Me. Bennett was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is currently pursuing his MFA in playwriting at UC San Diego, class of 2016.
Jesca Prudencio is a director, choreographer, and community based artist. She has worked on new plays, musicals, and dance theater works with companies including The Movement Theatre Company, Fresh Ground Pepper, Ingenue Theatre, and the Asian American Arts Alliance. Her site-specific dance pieces include We Walk, We Stop at the Astor Place intersection and Nothing Matters When We’re Dancing in Washington Square Park. As a member of Ping Chong + Company, she has worked as a writer, director, and facilitator on a dozen interdisciplinary and documentary theater projects, and including co-writing and directing Listen To Me: voices of survivors of child sexual abuse and those who help them presented in the Bronx and Manhattan. She recently directed and choreographed a new musicalThe Firebird at NYU's Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program. Jesca has a BFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Join LOP Columns Hall of Famer and your party host, Steve, (@YourAyatollah), for LoP Radio's official LIVE and UNCENSORED Monday Night Raw post-show and more! Steve and this week's special guest, our returning friend, Meaghan, (@johnandtrishfan) will provide their views on the events of Raw shortly after the show goes off the air.
Who came out victorious in the steel cage rubber match between Chris Jericho and Bray Wyatt, and did they finally hit upon the formula to deliver the match we've been anticipating for the last two months? Was Roman Reigns able to overcome both The Authority and The Viper in his SummerSlam rematch against Randy Orton? Who did John Cena squash this week in an effort to make him look like he isn't going to be murderkilled against Brock at Night of Champions? Most importantly, was Jerry Springer able to heal the wounds of the feuding Bella Twins?
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