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Fantasia Seele has always been naive, but nothing can prepare her for the day she meets notorious serial killer Tristan Shay. Tristan leads a disturbing lifestyle, and has a dark past to go along with it. From the moment the two encounter one another, it's love at first sight, and the killer agrees to take Fantasia under his wing and introduce his new protege to his sick world. While learning more about her new man and the lifestyle he's created for himself, Fantasia soon finds they share th ...
 
Jay Baruchel discusses the making of his latest film, The Sorcerer's Apprentice. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and starring Nicolas Cage and Alfred Molina, The Sorcerer's Apprentice is an innovative and epic comedy adventure about a sorcerer and his hapless apprentice who are swept into the centre of an ancient conflict between good and evil. Rick Edwards moderates. The Sorcerer's Apprentice is in cinemas from August 11.
 
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Lanzamiento: Apr 12, 2020 Duración: 80 minutos Género: Fantasía, Acción, Aventura, Animación Estrellas: Joel McHale, Jennifer Carpenter, Jordan Rodrigues, Patrick Seitz, Steve Blum, Artt Butler 🔗Ver o descargar 👉( https://bit.ly/2XRffkh )
 
Conversations that matter to Michigan. Each weekday, host April Baer will bring you stories from people across the state—from policymakers in Lansing, to entrepreneurs in Detroit, to artists in Grand Rapids. To access full episodes and individual story segments, please visit michiganradio.org.
 
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Detroit-born poet Tommye Blount’s writing belongs somewhere in the realm of short films: vivid and fearless as it portrays human vulnerability, whether the threat is a fist or something much more intimate. In today's episode, we talk with Blount about growing up black and queer and how his head-on collisions with white America’s myth-making informe…
 
We like to hold up America’s wild spaces as equal playgrounds for all, but access to nature isn’t as universal as we’d like to think. Many people of color face major barriers to participating in outdoor activities like camping or hiking. Today on the podcast, we hear about some people that are trying to change that. GUESTS: Rhonda Smith, writer for…
 
Now that a jury has convicted Derek Chauvin on three counts for the death of George Floyd, are we in a different chapter of America’s conversation about police and use of force? Today, hear from activists from activists from Grand Rapids to Detroit, and we talk through what the verdict means with a couple of people who closely follow the legal and …
 
COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations in Michigan have been rapidly rising for weeks. The numbers are now nearing—and sometimes surpassing—those of the last two surges. A lot of Michiganders have been wondering how this happened in the state that was among the first to flatten the curve during the initial wave infections. There is an answer to t…
 
The gang has to make sure no GD hidden villains are within their group so they have a quick truth sesh. Then they rush off to meet Rowan's cool as hell dad! Wow! The adventure continues with Skud Derringer (Mike Bachmann), Rowan Grey (Jennifer Cheek), Lahnik "Lahni" Caplain (Nika Howard), Toby Treacletart (Tim Lanning) and your Dungeon Master (Mich…
 
This week President Joe Biden announced that US troops will exit Afghanistan by September 11th of this year. More than 66,000 Michiganders have served in the military since September 11th, 2001. Some of them, of course, signed up for the mission of going after Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. There are 68 of them from Michigan who died there. For everyone …
 
Governor Gretchen Whitmer and top state health officials are strongly recommending Michiganders take COVID-19 safety precautions like avoiding indoor dining and youth sports. But they’re not making you do these things, even though Michigan’s infection rates are higher than they’ve ever been. And to throw another wrench into the works, the state ann…
 
on this fortnightly episode we talk about office slang, tunnel boring machines, making out with our dogs & we interview Tacoma based rapper, archivist and artist Ex-Florist! find Ex-Florist here https://twitter.com/formerflorist https://www.instagram.com/bluntweapons/ https://www.instagram.com/thejewelrycasket/ and find their music on BAND CAMP! cl…
 
The CDC and FDA have recommended a “pause” in the single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine, after the company made a disclosure. Of the nearly 7 million people who’ve received the vaccine, six women experienced blood clots. The story has complicated the picture for a state that’s trying to vaccinate its way out of the latest COVID surge. But how lon…
 
Michigan is in a third surge of COVID-19 cases, with infection rates and hospitalizations still on the rise. Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s administration is focusing its attention on vaccination efforts, rather than enacting new lockdown measures. But public health experts are warning that vaccines alone aren’t enough to get the state’s outbreak unde…
 
Bachmann returns after his maternity leave so we get down and dirty with what Skud has been up to. Then we take a big breath and realize we are about to face our most powerful enemy to date. Sure, we do that all the time, technically, but this is just orders of magnitude huger than before. The adventure continues with Skud Derringer (Mike Bachmann)…
 
Today, Governor Whitmer announced that she is holding off on new restrictions, even as COVID-19 cases surge in the state. But Michigan isn't the only place with a rise in cases. We're also taking a look at how Windsor in Canada has been managing this moment. Suffice to say, it's a different approach. GUESTS: Rick Pluta, Capitol Bureau Chief for Mic…
 
Did you know some of Ernest Hemingway’s characters were named after people he knew in his Michigan boyhood? Today, we’re going to get up close with the Michiganders that inspired Hemingway and talk about his complicated legacy today. GUESTS: Christopher Struble, President of the Michigan Hemingway Society Jennifer Tianen, English Teacher and Litera…
 
If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts, reach out and talk to someone with the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or chat with someone online at their website. The poet Thomas Lynch had a long career as a funeral director before retiring a few years ago. That gave him an interesting vantage point for obse…
 
The false narrative of widespread voter fraud during the last presidential election has not gone away. Some Republicans and Trump supporters have clung to the idea that the election was stolen. They’ve continued to call for restrictions and regulations. They say they want to make elections more secure. Others call it voter suppression. Today, we’ll…
 
Michigan’s surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations in the past couple of weeks has shocked many people back to reality about where we are in the pandemic. But what does the view look like from the inside of those hospitals? On today’s episode, a conversation with an emergency room doctor about what’s different about this third wave of infections. GUEST:…
 
Finally, some freaking answers! Our heroes take a seat and get to the bottom of all the crap going on in their world directly from folks with first hand knowledge. No more conjecture. No more vague clues. Finally, we learn just how much danger we are in, and, unfortunately it is a whole lot. The adventure continues with Skud Derringer (Mike Bachman…
 
It's national poetry month and Michigan has no shortage of creative writers with stories to tell. Today on the pod, we'll hear from a West Michigan high schooler and refugee from Myanmar, who recently won the Gold Key Award for poetry. Thang Lian talks leaving home and where he feels his work belongs, as Asians and Asian Americans are targeted in t…
 
Michigan is facing a high teacher turnover rate and an overall teacher shortage. Today we're digging into why this is happening and taking a look at its impact on both students and educators. GUESTS: Owen Bondono, English Language Arts teacher at Oak Park Freshman Institute Koby Levin, Chalkbeat Detroit reporter Looking for more conversations from …
 
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are surging across Michigan. At the same time, vaccine supply has increased dramatically. That means public health officials are engaged in a very tough race: variants vs. vaccines. Today we’ll talk to two county health officials, on opposite sides of the state, about how they’re keeping pace in this exhausting s…
 
Kalamzoo cellist Jordan Hamilton embraces the pandemic as a time to challenge his musicianship and listener expectations. His classically trained, genre-bending style is inspired and otherworldly. GUESTS: Jordan Hamilton, Kalamazoo-based cellist with a new album of music titled "Vibrations" Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this …
 
¡Tenemos un jodido Kaiju! En la segunda mitad del maratónico Mongo 33 de Semana Satán (no es una errata), hablamos de las modificaciones a la ley de cinematografía en México, el mugroso y fantabuloso tráiler de The Suicide Squad de Jimmy Gunn y nadamos en la inmundicia del Snyder Cut por más de una hora y, como Andy Dufresne, salimos cubiertos de p…
 
Michigan Republican Party co-chairman Ron Weiser has gotten major criticism over video footage of him calling Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Attorney General Dana Nessel, and Secretary of State Jocelyn Bension the “three witches.” But there’s a bit more going on here than just a terrible choice of words. If you look at where and how he said these thing…
 
After what we are calling "A Bit of a Whoopsie" the gang attempts to lick whatever wounds they received. A few are permanently changed and some not for the better. But being interplanar god fighting/ saving heroes is a risky gig time to time. The adventure continues with Skud Derringer (Mike Bachmann), Rowan Grey (Jennifer Cheek), Lahnik "Lahni" Ca…
 
Michigan has one of the highest COVID-19 infection rates per capita. Today we’re going to talk about what the trends and data mean for the state and for the deep desire we all have to return to something normal. GUESTS: Emily Toth Martin, Associate Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Michigan School of Public Health Looking for more conv…
 
Deepwater sculpin are tiny fish that lay at the bottom of a lakebed. They’re relatively prevalent in the Great Lakes, but their nests are extremely hard to find. In fact, never before seen. Today, a recent discovery concerning the nesting of fish in the Great Lakes we just don’t talk about that often. GUESTS: David Jude, retired research scientist …
 
About 10 years ago, graphic designer Tommey Walker Jr. took a common sentiment in Detroit and printed it on a shirt. It said, in stark white lettering on a black background, “Detroit vs. Everybody.” It’s now become an internationally recognized brand with “vs. Everybody” apparel adapted for other major cities across the U.S. And this month, Walker …
 
The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit has a new board member, filmmaker dream hampton. She was the executive producer of “Surviving R. Kelly," and has a long legacy of working the space between art and activism. Today, the interplay between artistic freedom and social responsibility. GUEST: dream hampton, an Emmy-nominated filmmaker and Detroit na…
 
When it comes to government transparency and accountability laws, Michigan ranks last out of all states, according to a 2015 report from the Center for Public Integrity. Today on the pod, we’ll talk to two reporters covering the effort to change that by making the executive and legislative branches of state government subject to the Freedom of Info…
 
Wow. 400 fricken episodes. Momma mia. Well, this one is a doozy and a half! Our heroes face off against a powerful new foe and come face to face with some not so new faces. Wow! The adventure continues with Skud Derringer (Mike Bachmann), Rowan Grey (Jennifer Cheek), Lahnik "Lahni" Caplain (Nika Howard), Toby Treacletart (Tim Lanning) and your Dung…
 
The Detroit Free Press named longtime area chef, Phil Jones, Chef of the Year. On today's episode of the pod, we're talking about how the pandemic has revealed weak spots in our food system and what Phil Jones is doing to fill in those gaps. GUEST: Phil Jones, 2021 Detroit Free Press Chef of the year Looking for more conversations from Stateside? R…
 
We're over a year into the coronavirus pandemic. Every single person in Michigan has been impacted by it. But the pandemic feels different in day-to-day life across the state, and that’s certainly true for Yooper's in the Upper Peninsula. Today, we’ll hear from a local business owner about life and business up north, and we'll speak to a lawmaker a…
 
Today on the podcast, we get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit with a conversation about the history of Irish immigration in Michigan. And we’ll talk to the owner of a bar in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood, a historically Irish enclave, about what the festivities look like in 2021. GUESTS: Pat Commins and Elizabeth Rice, authors of Irish Immigrants …
 
Michigan was once a stronghold of the so-called “Reagan Democrat.” But now, another breed of swing voter has emerged. Today, Michigan’s role in crafting these unique, amorphous, and consequential voting blocs. GUEST: Zack Stanton is digital editor for Politico. His recent work is titled, “The Rise of the Biden Republicans.” Stateside theme music is…
 
Last week, President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package into law. What does that mean for Michigan? On today’s episode of the pod, we’ll hear how much money the state is expecting—and how it might be spent. We’ll also talk about what such a massive infusion of cash could do for Michigan’s economy. GUESTS: Melissa Nann Burke, Was…
 
After a slight, giant explosion we continue our Demon Fight. Hopefully nothing too harsh happens to us because I have to assume that these are just like, guards? And then there will be some sort of Super Boss up ahead... The adventure continues with Skud Derringer (Mike Bachmann), Rowan Grey (Jennifer Cheek), Lahnik "Lahni" Caplain (Nika Howard), T…
 
Michigan just marked its first full year of legal recreational marijuana sales. As the cannabis business continues to grow in the state, some Michiganders are wondering: how can I get a job in this booming industry? Our Cannabis, a group in West Michigan, is offering free training and advice for people hoping to find work in the marijuana business.…
 
The Biden administration's Covid-19 relief package passed through Congress this week, and it had a little reported provision that would be of specific benefit to black farmers. It provides $4 billion in debt relief to disadvantaged farmers. About a quarter of those who qualify are black. Over the past century, black farmers have lost millions of ac…
 
Michigan was known for yeas as one of the most gerrymandered states in the nation. Today, we’ll hear how we got the political representation we have currently, and the latest on what’s going on to change it. GUEST: John Lindstrom is the former publisher of Gongwer News Service and a retired journalist covering state capital politics. Sue Hammersmit…
 
From ice fishing scenes to mid-air polar bear plunges, Amy Sacka's photos could convince even the most Vitamin-D deprived Michigander of the joy of winter. But some of her most recent work examines what we stand to lose as climate change begins to reshape what Michigan winters. On today’s episode, we hear from the Detroit-based photographer about d…
 
I feel like everywhere here is dangerous and honestly most things want to fight us. Kinda a bummer that the Abyss doesn't have a more chill vibe. The adventure continues with Skud Derringer (Mike Bachmann), Rowan Grey (Jennifer Cheek), Lahnik "Lahni" Caplain (Nika Howard), Toby Treacletart (Tim Lanning) and your Dungeon Master (Michael DiMauro). Do…
 
So here’s a drawing prompt for you: how would you depict the interior of your mind? Would it be a scribble...a web? A cloud? Detroit-based artist Elizabeth Youngblood explores her method for illustrating interiors - along with other matters - in her new solo exhibition titled “Room Tone”. It’s on view now at M Contemporary Gallery in Ferndale. GUES…
 
Many demographic groups are starting to get a whiff of their coronavirus vaccination. Governor Whitmer announced that state health officials have approved scheduling Michiganders age 50 and up. But there are so many people who’ve spent the past year waiting - and not sitting at home to wait. We’re talking about the front line workers in Michigan’s …
 
The state of Michigan is beginning to open up the pool of people eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. But many in the disability community say they’re being left behind despite a higher risk of serious complications from the virus. On today's episode, we talk to a disability rights advocate in Detroit about the successful campaign to get the city to …
 
Bethany Christian Services, a Michigan-based adoption network, one of the largest in the nation, now says it’s open to placing children in homes with LGBTQ parents. GUEST: Dana Nessel is Michigan's Attorney General. She had an important role in the early stages of the legal challenges. NOTES: Stateside theme music is by 14KT. Additional music by Bl…
 
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