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BlazinRy Radio host Ryan Holmes welcomes actor, singer, and comedian, star of stage & screen Lea DeLaria (Orange is the New Black, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Submissions Only, One Life to Live, Friends, Law & Order: SVU, On the Town, The Rocky Horror Show). Enjoy this encore episode as the rennaissance woman, who plays Big Boo on the Netflix series Orange is the New Black, discusses being the first openly gay comic on television, coming out on The Arsenio Hall Show, her successful jazz albums, being robbed of the Tony for On the Town, getting in trouble with Hillary Clinton, fart jokes, her live performances at Smoke Jazz Club in New York City, and refusing to be invisible. DeLaria just released House of David, her personalized, jazz-infused takes on the music of David Bowie.
This episode will discuss how Orange is in fact the New "Black." The privatization of the prison industrial complex has created a growing trend in the incarceration of women and girls. GEO and Corrections Corporation of America represent two of the largest for-profit prisons in the America. These private companies operate billion dollar enterprises, which require no governmental oversight concerning programs and services for treatment or rehabilitation. Life for most women in prison will not result in a televised program or a book.
Interview with Andrew Bermudez, Co-Founder & CEO of Digsy — a Free Intelligent Personal Assistant that helps you save time finding the perfect Office and Warehouse space for your business. Andrew is a technology and real estate entrepreneur in Orange County, CA and he is also a spokesperson for tech entrepreneurship in OC.
Interview with Andrew Bermudez, Co-Founder & CEO of Digsy — a Free Intelligent Personal Assistant that helps you save time finding the perfect Office and Warehouse space for your business. Andrew is a technology and real estate entrepreneur in Orange County, CA and he is also a spokesperson for tech entrepreneurship in OC...
Michael’s impressive Production Design credits on over 21 feature films include the award winning “Boys Don’t Cry,” “You Can Count on Me,” “August Rush,” “The Private Lives of Pippa Lee,” and “Cop Out.” Michael Shaw settled in New York City after studying painting, sculpture & film at the Rhode Island School of Design. While constructing scenery by day to support his fine art career by night, one of Michael’s first design jobs; a short film titled “THE ROOM,” won top prizes at Cannes, Sundance and MOMA. Once bitten, Michael realized Production Design was the perfect career to mold all his creative interests together. Consequently, Michael approaches every film as an artist. Michael’s first feature as Production Designer was the celebrated film “Heavy,” directed by James Mangold, starring then ingénue Liv Tyler. The film won the Special Jury prize at Cannes and the New York Times singled out Michael’s design work stating “An impressive consistency links the crisp specific look of Heavy.” Michael balances his design career between feature films, commercials and television. His television work includes three seasons of the ABC police comedy “The Job” staring Dennis Leary, three seasons of the Showtime series “The Big C” starring Laura Linney and three seasons of the highly acclaimed Netflix series “Orange is The New Black” staring Taylor Schilling. Michael is currently in production on the first season of the TV show “Billions” starring Paul Giamatti and Damion Lewis for Showtime.You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Discussing college football, Big 12 Conference and specifically Texas Longhorn sports. Including Game analysis, guest interviews, and a little bit crazyness. Give us a call to talk UT sports. You can also tweet your questions @MBHORNSFAN
1. We will recap the hstoric finish of the 2016 recruiting class
We will talk to the the importance of Kwanzaa its principles the upcoming year
Another Off the Cuff Conversation With Conscious Black Business Network. We will discuss upcoming events, current events, and more.
Open the lines up to talk about current events and business
Q and A with Listeners
Casual conversation with Brother Sankofa and Minister Ausar
Please join us Sunday, 2PM CST as we discuss The New Deal and its impact on the Black community.
Did we benefit from these programs?
Were we discriminated and shut out of these programs?
Who benefits (then and now) the most from these programs?
Were Blacks systemically denied benefits?
What are states rights and its role in implementing the New Deal programs?
Has the New Deal improved the quality of life in black communities?
Was the New Deal created specifically to enrich and empower the white community?
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