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Cuba-born bilingual actor Carlo Arrechea is a star on the rise in Hollywood, recently making his U.S. prime time debut in the CBS hit TV series S.W.A.T. where he portrayed 'Gio Torres', Second guest filmmaker Anwar Jamison chats about his new film 'Coming to Africa.' which screened recently at the Las Vegas Black Film Festival. (www.comingtoafricamovie.com) Plus, there's auditions that you may want to try out for.
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The Left of Str8 Radio Network is a progressive talk radio channel, created by Scott Fullerton, for the LGBT Community and it's Allies, with shows of interest in Entertainment, Foodies, Current Events, Pop Culture, and Mental Health. Current shows include the "Left of Str8 Show," " Voices for Change 2.0," and "Last 100 Days?"
8-18-2020: Today's Guests: We start off with our Tuesday Entertainment Minute with our Special Correspondent, David Reddish, the Entertainment Editor of the amazing lgbtq website www.queerty.com We'll tfaalk the top entertainment stories of the week. Then my Special Guest Interview is with artist Charles Baker Strahan that has begun this amazing art career 3 years ago after an amazing career in fashion, beauty and entertainment.
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Don Webb has had 12 books and about 400 other items published --ranging from poems in Chinese, trucker fiction in Truckers USA, a story in an honest-to-god Norton Anthology, a book on the Greek Magical Papyri, more Cthulhu Mythos stories than Lovecraft himself, a story in a Norwegian anarchist magazine. I have guest-curated at an art museum, shot fireworks professionally, been the head of a pagan religion, and worked in a corndog factory.
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Gilles Marini returns to visit with us after several years of living, acting, modeling, and family bonding during the COVID Pandemic. Voted one of the 35 sexiest Frenchmen in 2020, the ever- humble and down-to-earth Marini first came the attention of adoring females in the movie, Sex and the City, in 2008, thereafter appearing the next year on Dancing With The Stars, coming in 1st runner up. His movies include Waiting For Anya in 2020, and others. His many television credits include series Brothers and Sisters, Devious Maids, Switched At Birth, and recently the Emmy Award winning web series, The Bay.
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Transformers: War for Cybertron with Composer Alexander Bornstein
Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. This week, we dare to be stupid with an in-depth look and discussion of maybe the greatest toy line of all time, The Transformers!
For this episode we put the rubber to the road with special guest and frequent co-host, Slick McFavorite of Open Your Toys podcast to learn about the history of the toy line, it’s shared origin with the epic 1984 TV series cartoon and the evolution of The Transformers in cartoon series, cartoon movies, live action movies and now in high-end anime found in the new Netflix produced Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy.
For additional insight into the War for Cybertron, we talk with the man tasked with crafting the music for the series, composer Alexander Bornstein (The Boys, Lost in Space). Is there more than meets the eye or is it just a talking dump truck?
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Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter publisher team of Big Blend Magazines and full-time travelers on the Love Your Parks Tour, for Day 5 of Big Blend Radio’s “History, Heritage & Culture” Festival, broadcasting live from Fenton, Michigan On This Episode: - Author Annette Valentine discusses her historical fiction series that includes "Eastbound from Flagstaff" and its sequel, "Down to the Potter's House". - Spotlight on Historic Bed & Breakfasts including The Lion & The Rose in Asheville, North Carolina and Azalea Inn & Villas in Savannah, Georgia. - Featured music is “Please Remember Me”, written by famous Arizona artist Ted DeGrazia.
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Here we go again. Another unarmed Black shot by police, luckily he'll live but paralyzed, so I guess thats a step in the right direction. Story holds that he was shot 7 times in fornt of his kids after breaking up a fight inn the neighborhood. Some reports asy he was brandishing a knife some say he wasn't supposed to be there. Regardless of that he didn't have to get shot 7 times in front of his kids.We've seen grown angry whte men charge at police with machetes and get arrested, this guy obviously was a greater threat because he was black. This turn of events has sparked a new set of protesting that has reached the NBA which cancelled the games for Wednesday evening. The quesstion is will this spill over into other sports like the NFL? Some are preparing and some are going to be caught off guard but is this going to be the push that's going to make them pay attention.
Its a season where most of the house is clueless, and guess what? Nicole A is no exception. How would this podcast host do on a season? A hell of a lot better than that! If crying whining and pouting is your strategy to get off the block, you found your spirit animal! But for the rest of us we'll break down what went wrong, who's on top, who's going up now, and what we expect. This is the best damn Big Brother Podcast out there. Don't miss it! Tonight 11 PM EST only on The Big Brother After Show!
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