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Comedian Adam Ray chats with famous comedians, actors, musicians, athletes and amazing humans that result in lots of comedy. It’s fun. Every episode is different and easy to stay engaged. Ok. Thanks for reading.
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Actor / Musician / YouTube Personality Brennen Taylor invites you to share your most #SUS stories as he dives into first hand accounts of all things terrifyingly thrilling, intense, and paranormal on SUS: Share Ur Scare!
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THE SCARE GUY SHOW is the official podcast of TheScareGuy.com—we're the scarier side of THE CON GUY. Straight from the spooky heart of Hollywood, we’re your home for news and discussions on Horror films, Haunted attractions, fan conventions, and all things that are scary fun…all from a film-makers perspective.
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Hello, and welcome to ‘bominable ‘bominations, a podcast where I’ll serialise some of the classics of turn-of-the-20th-century horror, and who knows what else the future may hold. I’m Tuomas, a voice-actor and aficionado of the weird and terrifying, and I’m delighted to have you join me for this week’s episode.
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You're an actor because you love it. Because it's fun! Because you can't *not* do it. But have you ever wondered why we're so damn stressed? My name is Tony Rossi. I'm a mindset coach and guest expert for Backstage, helping actors see things differently with the things that make them stressed and overwhelmed so that you can focus on what matters. Actor Problems is a self care podcast for actors that does just that. And remember - we can be messy, actors, and still get the things we want. #no ...
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HaunTopic Radio: Haunted Attractions | Haunted Houses | Halloween | Haunters

Brian Foreman & Darryl Plunkie: Haunters, Scare Actors, Haunt Owners

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Have you always wanted to know what goes on behind the scenes of Haunted Attractions, Scare Attractions, and Halloween? We tell those stories here! We capture the stories of the people behind the scary events and share tips along the way on HOW YOU can make your own Haunted House scary and effective...without spending lots of money to do it. We've done it and are still doing it. Join us, Brian Foreman and Darryl Plunkie, as we pick the brains of the professionals that make up the Haunted Att ...
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The Focus Group

The Focus Group, Tim Bennett, John Nash

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Tim Bennett and John Nash—memorable class clowns in high school, now revolutionary LGBTQ marketing and advertising executives—invite you to share in a friendship that spans 40 plus years. Drawing on their combined corporate and entrepreneurial experience, the conversation ranges from the professional to the personal, and everything in between. Entertaining banter, unique voices, and smart content. We’re all business. Except when we’re not.
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Gaming Tangents

Gaming Tangents

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Gaming Tangents is hosted by Menji and Maverick, 2 unofficial gaming historians discussing gaming's past, present and future all while doing their best to stay on topic. Follow us @CrossPlatShow Theme song by The Minibosses and BGM provided by OverClocked Remix ocremix.org Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gaming-tangents/support
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It's October all year long around here! Join Brian Foreman & Darryl Plunkie as they interview the people who make up the Halloween & Haunted House Industry. Professional Haunted Attraction Owners, Home Haunters, Halloween Fanatics, Haunt Vendors, Horror Musicians, Haunt Trade Shows, Special FX Artists, Live Training Seminars, and so much more. Listen to the show and find out how you can win FREE prizes from your favorite Halloween vendors!
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"A podcast about making things up and making things happen." L.A.-based writer-performer Dennis Hensley believes that art and creativity make the world go around and make life worth living. Each week, he interviews a different creative person each about what they do, why they do it, and how they manage the ups and downs of a creative life. Some guests are famous, some are less so...all are what Dennis describes as "beautiful strugglers." Past guests have included authors, actors, photographe ...
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One Final Scare

Minki Kim & Tracy Mathews - Horror Lovers

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Once coworkers, always friendly competitors for the spotlight, Minki Kim and Tracy Mathews share their love of horror movies — and talking over each other — by retelling every gory detail of one horror film each week. Join these creatives by day, novice film critics by night, as they walk through one movie from start to finish with the hopes that listeners will come back...for one final scare. Find us on iTunes (click on far left icon above), Google Play, Player FM, Stitcher, Spotify, Tune I ...
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Ascending Tribe

Uniting Conscious Minds

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Creating conscious content and events, building a community of conscious minds to assist & guide each other on the path to ascension. To create a gathering of new knowledge & wisdom, a sharing network to exchange researched information, experiences & further findings for truth seekers. A place for conscious businesses to showcase their helpful services & products to create trusting connections for those seeking the healing & information that they require. Follow Ascending Tribe on FB: Ascend ...
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Careers by Design: The Interviews

Careers by Design: The Interviews

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How do people decide what careers to pursue? Hear from scientists, entertainers, business people, academics, politicians and everyone in between about how they designed paths that were right for them. Hosted by Sharon Belden Castonguay, Executive Director of the Gordon Career Center at Wesleyan University (CT).
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Hello there This the podcast feed for an eclectic and wonderous creative mix of podcasts under the Quirky Voices Presents banner. Welcome!I have an interview show / MADIVA podcast (Modern Audio Drama Indie Voice Acting) and this is focused on exploring the craft of voice acting through interviews with working Va’s, producers, Showrunners and directors. Anyone F’Coffee is a women’s health podcast hybrid audio drama / interview show.I wrote it and it stars women who actually suffer from the co ...
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What scares you, and why? What scares me? For this episode, I wanted to do something different to my weekly serialisation, and open up the forum, to have a bit of a wee chat about why we love weird fiction. Who knows, maybe this'll become a 'thing'... Or maybe this was a Very Bad Idea. Supernatural Horror in Literature https://hplovecraft.com/writi…
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Shop Talk visits with Jennifer Bobbi, aka Aunt Barbara, and David Beck, who jointly wrote and directed a new film to be released this month called Regarding Us. You can view the trailer and get tickets to a screening near you on their website, https://www.regardingus.com. But first, Caught My Eye highlights a Charleston, WV bakery called the Rock C…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Jacksonville Jaguars’ decision to make Trevor Lawrence the highest paid quarterback in NFL history in terms of average annual history, why despite average overall statistics the Jags may have had no choice but to give Lawrence the bag and whether T-Law is better than anybody in the next crop of NFL quarterbac…
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Dennis is joined via Zoom by Christian McLaughin, author of the novels Glamourpuss and Sex Toys of the Gods, to talk about his newest project; the play Trumpery, which is having its world premier at the LA Fringe Festival through June 28th. Here's the shows not-so-implausible premise: Ex-President Trump (Austin Walker) is running from the law on a …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the biggest reasons why the Boston Celtics now own a commanding 3-0 series lead over the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Finals, why Boston’s dominant run through the regular season and the playoffs has been for the analytics crowd, whether any team can realistically matchup with this team and their style of play mov…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the latest reports following Dan Hurley’s decision to decline an offer to become the next head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers and why it’s fair to say that there’s a Cold War brewing between the Lakers front office and LeBron James/Klutch Sports. Later, J-Mac hits us with Best Bets for Game 3 of the NBA Finals, …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses Dan Hurley’s controversial decision to spurn the Los Angeles Lakers and return to coach at UConn, the narrative that Hurley and ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski used the Lakers as leverage to get more money from the Huskies and whether the club will pivot back to JJ Redick to fill their head coaching vacancy. Later, J-M…
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On this Episode of About Last Night, comedian Adam Ray takes us through his adventure in Las Vegas at the Sphere to see John Mayer, plus coming across a couple arguing in a Ralph's! A story you for sure don't want to miss! Make sure to subscribe on Youtube! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Now that we are a few years out of the pandemic, consumers seem to be less generous with tipping. Then, a couple in Queens finds a safe with $100k in it while magnet fishing. Finally, Out Leadership has released their 2024 State LGBTQ+ Business Climate Index. The index measures the impact of state government policies and prevalent attitudes on the …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses whether the Dallas Mavericks have it in them to crawl out of their 0-2 series hole to win the NBA Finals, how much blame Kyrie Irving deserves for what’s gone wrong for the Mavs throught he first two games and what makes Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown and the rest of these Boston Celtics such a matchup nightmare for …
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Shop Talk explores some recently uncovered tapes of Orson Welles being interviewed by author Peter Biskind. Welles goes off on his disdain for many of the Hollywood elite. But first, Caught My Eye alerts us to trash balloons being sent to South Korea by the North, which called them “sincere presents.” To date over 15 tons of trash, including used t…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses how the return of Kristaps Porzingis powered the Boston Celtics to a blowout win over the Dallas Mavericks in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, why it’s clear that the Mavs are going to need more than just a steady dose of Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving to win the series, the bombshell report that the Los Angeles Lakers pl…
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Today’s guest is screenwriter Dave Callaham, and our conversation revolves around one of his early screenwriting assignments: the adaptation of the influential video game DOOM by id Software, turned into an action movie starring The Rock in 2005. Dave quickly became an in-demand writer in Hollywood, and his credits include a ton of high-profile act…
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Today’s guest is Irish filmmaker Enda McCallion, and our interview was prompted by his involvement in the 2005 horror film DOOM starring The Rock, an adaptation of the influential video game by id Software. Enda was attached to the project in its initial stages and during pre-production, but was then fired and replaced by Andzrej Bartkowiak as the …
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Today’s guest is filmmaker Tony Giglio, and our conversation revolves around his 2019 film DOOM: ANNIHILATION which he wrote and directed. Unlike the 2005 DOOM movie starring The Rock, this newer adaptation of the infamous and influential ego shooter video game by id Software was made on a very small budget, and it’s not a sequel or remake, but bas…
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In our final instalment of this perplexing and perturbing story, (see episode 34 for part two). Things reach a fever pitch at Bly manor with multiple manifestations, disappearances, and a possible breakdown. Of reality, or of sanity? You be the judge. Queries, comments? Write to me at: tuomasva@outlook.com Watch this episode on Youtube: https://you…
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Dennis is joined via Zoom from London by K Anderson, host of the podcast Lost Spaces. On its surface, the show is about lost queer spaces like bars and bookstores, but on a deeper level it about queer people discovering who they really are, often on a dance floor. K talks about how he first got the idea for the podcast, how doing it has changed his…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses which individual and series-long bets he's firing on heading into Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night, why the overall health of Kristaps Porzingis could be the determining factor in whether or not the Boston Celtics wind up winning the NBA championship, why there's (unfortunately) no realistic path for Lu…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses CJ Stroud's assertion that Eli Manning had a better NFL career than Aaron Rodgers, whether or not Stroud making controversial comments like that is good for the Houston Texans, Tua Tagovailoa's ongoing contract negotiations with the Miami Dolphins and if Tua is deserving of a 'top of the market' deal, why it's so…
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On today's episode of About Last Night, comedian Adam Ray talks about his wife being a soft talker, Caitlin Clark getting roughed up during games and what if Barron Trump was a host on SNL? Hey! It COULD happen.... This episode is brought to you by Shopify! Go to www.shopify.com/aboutlastnight and sign up for $1/month! and it's brought to you by Be…
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On today's episode, Jason discusses Justin Jefferson's record-setting contract extension with the Minnesota Vikings and uses it as a backdrop for his overall point that the financial bubble around the NFL wide receiver market is bound to burst sooner than later. Plus, actor Sheldon Bailey swings by to discuss his role in the new Hulu/FX series 'Cli…
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A lifeguard at the popular gay leaning ‘Ginger Rogers Beach’ in Los Angeles is upset that the rainbow flag will be displayed and is pressing legal action. The Boy Scouts have changed their name to Scouting America, allowing boys and girls to join. (The Girl Scouts aren’t too happy about it.) Finally, a billionaire, Robert Hale Jr. spoke at a UMass …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the viral incident from Saturday where Caitlin Clark was maliciously shoved in the back by an opponent, why it feels like most WNBA players around the league have it out for her, why Clark's own Indiana Fever teammates still haven't really come to her defense throughout all this and whether or not the powers that…
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Shop Talk looks at a 39-year-old millionaire who says she will never give-up these 7 frugal ways of living. But first, Caught My Eye looks at a food model artist from Scotland and Australia’s wealthiest woman who hates her National Gallery portrait and wants it removed. John shares his journey with Topps Star Wars cards that could be worth thousand…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses Luka Doncic’s and Kyrie Irving’s virtuoso performances that propelled the Dallas Mavericks to the NBA Finals, whether the Minnesota Timberwolves should run it back or look to trade Karl-Anthony Towns this offseason following an unceremonious playoff exit, the overall importance of roster matchups when it comes to…
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In part two (see episode 33 for part one), tension mounts, apparition encounters increase, and the governess at Bly begins to lose the plot. Queries, comments? Write to me at: tuomasva@outlook.com Watch this episode on Youtube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU9gAlZeexHnFHASayT0nGM17V4hCSzSiBy Thomas Barker
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Dennis is joined by author Carl Siciliano for Part 2 of their conversation about Carl's new book Marking Room and his decades-long career, fighting to protect the lives of LGBTQ youth in New York City. Carl talks about the most difficult part of writing the book; reliving the murder of his young friend Ali Forney. He also talks about the big themes…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses Justin Jefferson’s ongoing contract negotiations with the Minnesota Vikings and how we could be on the verge of the NFL wide receiver salary bubble bursting in the very near future, why Paul George could be the one to shift the balance of power in the NBA this summer and the likelihood that the Los Angeles Lakers…
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In this Episode of About Last Night, Adam Ray discusses seeing Pearl Jam at the Forum in LA, North West as Simba in the Lion King at the Hollywood Bowl and has a chat with comedian Brad Williams! Make sure to subscribe on Youtube! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Cloud10
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses Anthony Edwards and the Minnesota Timberwolves beating the Dallas Mavericks in Game 4 to keep their season alive, the biggest reason for Kyrie Irving’s clunker of a performance given his stellar history in closeout games, the likelihood that Minnesota decides to trade Karl-Anthony Towns this offseason (possibly t…
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An 18-wheeler loaded with 15 million Bees crashes on I-95 in Maine. Tim learned that millions of bees are transported this way from the southern US to the north to pollinate crops. Then, a Colorado woman in Grand Junction cut-off her boyfriend's unit and threw it in the trash—because he would not let her sleep. Finally, “gay marriage” hits the 20-y…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Dallas Mavericks taking an insurmountable 3-0 series lead over the Minnesota Timberwolves in the Western Conference Finals, why he believes this currents Mavs squad is the most fun NBA team since the 2017 Golden State Warriors, the likelihood that the Minnesota Timberwolves wind up trading Karl-Anthony Towns …
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The ceremony of innocence is drowned in this, most ambiguous ghostly novella from 1898 by renowned Anglo-American writer Henry James. A governess is given charge of two young children in the countryside manor of Bly, only to find (or does she?), that erstwhile inhabitants of the house, and their influence over the children, may linger. Lock the doo…
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Creating realistic scenes requires detailed wall panels. But where do you start? Should you use a light base paint or black? What are simple ways to distress your sets? How do you make charred walls, peeling paint, bubbled paint? What materials do you need to create amazing sets? We answer these questions and more during this Master Class with Scen…
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Shop Talk uncovers some odd hiring manager tactics to see if you are right for the job. But first, Caught My Eye announces the end of the road for the Subaru Legacy sedan. Also, the NYC portal to Dublin is closed after an OnlyFans model exposes “her potatoes” to the Irish folk across the pond. Dustin Moskovitz, co-founder of Facebook, is our Busine…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why the Boston Celtics’ blowout victory over Indiana in Game 2 actually has him feeling less optimistic about their chances of winning a championship, why it’s clear that the Pacers need to acquire another star player to fit alongside Tyrese Haliburton and Pascal Siakam, why The Ringer’s decision to place Anthony…
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Dennis is joined via Zoom by author Carl Siciliano to discuss his new book Making Room: Three Decades of Fighting for Beds, Belonging and a Safe Space for LGBT Youth, which documents his founding of the Ali Forney Center in New York City in 2002 as well his many years at the Times Square youth center Safe Space before that. It was at Safe Space in …
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In this episode of About Last Night, Adam Ray talks about seeing Boyz-To-Men live in Seattle, heading to South Carolina to rub elbows with billionaires, play a little golf and argue about politics. Towards the end of the episode, Adam reveals that there is one person, he won't name, but a person who really grinds his gears! This episode is brought …
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Adam Ray recaps Netflix is a Joke Fest, the Tom Brady Roast and gives you 3 things you may have missed! This episode is brought to you by Shopify! Go to www.shopify.com/aboutlastnight and sign up for $1/month! Subscribe - https://tinyurl.com/alnpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Dallas Mavericks’ impressive Game 1 win on the road over Minnesota, the matchup problems that Luka Doncic presents for the vaunted Timberwolves defense, why Anthony Edwards probably regrets talking tough before the series even started and our fearless leader might owe Kyrie Irving a big apology. Finally, J-Ma…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses how the Indiana Pacers managed to blow Game 1 (not once but twice) against the Boston Celtics, whether or not Indiana is going to be able to regroup mentally after such a devastating loss, why all the Jayson Tatum haters need to fall back following his clutch performance in Game 1 and where Tatum ranks amongst th…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the media spin coming out of Los Angeles that LeBron James had nothing to do with Darvin Ham’s firing and isn’t involved at all in their current head coaching search, why he’s picking Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks to beat Anthony Edwards and the Minnesota Timberwolves in the Western Conference Finals and w…
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Target has decided to still sell PRIDE merchandise in stores this June, but only to limited markets. Everything will be available online however as the brand tries to avoid last year’s issues. Then, the athletes in the Paris Olympic village will once again sleep on cardboard beds with plastic mattresses. The 18,000 beds will be recycled and unlike …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Denver Nuggets inexplicably blowing a 20-point second half lead in their Game 7 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, why all this newfound parity in the NBA is actually a bad thing, why the current Western Conference Finals runs by the Timberwolves and Luka Doncic’s Dallas Mavericks should be enough for Donova…
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Shop Talk offers three tips to help counter digital amnesia or The Google Effect. But first, Caught My Eye highlights an appearance on the Mike Douglas show with Little Richard and Liberace. Also, a Radio Flyer car heads to the auction block in Alaska, and John recommends we all check out an ABBA documentary he watched this past weekend. Tim recomm…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Minnesota Timberwolves’ blowout win over the Denver Nuggets in Game 6 and what – if any – drama we can expect in Game 7 on Sunday. Later, former NFL safety and NFL analyst Tank Williams swings to discuss what it was like playing against Peyton Manning and with Tom Brady, his transition from the playing field …
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Dennis is joined via Zoom by Capella Fahoome, a film producer who also works as what she calls a "Production Whisperer," which is a consultant who helps sets run more smoothly. Capella talks about how she first got into film, the rookie mistakes she made when she was first starting out and the difference between being a Set Whisperer and a Set Wolf…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the uproar following the NFL’s decision to pivot away from terrestrial television and start the transition into streaming, why he wishes the Oklahoma City Thunder would look to surround Shai Gilgeous-Alexander with more high-level talent this offseason, all the speculation surrounding Donovan Mitchell, Evan Moble…
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If you open the doors of perception too far, who knows what might come knocking? An eminent physician is drawn into a dangerous occult scheme by a longtime colleague, with horrific results. The Thing in the Hall displays the authors characteristically deft style, with a touch of sly humour, in this alarming yarn from 1912. Queries, comments? Write …
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