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The clock is ticking down as Trina's trial awaits the verdict. We all know she's innocent, but can anyone clear her name? Heaven knows a whole lot of people are going to try! Meanwhile, Spinelli tries to steer Britt away from Cody, Sam opens up to her beau and Dante is tasked with making an arrest..... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/valerie-harvey/message
Sean Kanan is an American actor, producer, and author, best known for his portrayals of Mike Barnes in The Karate Kid Part III, A. J. Quartermaine on General Hospital, Deacon Sharpe on The Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless, and Sam Stevens on Studio City. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadcastco/support
Bradford goes rafting, Steve loves to swim...ah summer. We also discuss our upcoming tour dates in TN, TX, OK, MO, NE, and IL, and talk some fun entertainment news! This Episode Of That's Awesome Is Brought To You By: PAYPAL HONEY Never search for internet promo codes again! Let HONEY do it for you, for FREE! Just download it and save! Go to JoinHoney.com/Bradford to start saving today! and PLUTO TV! Watch movies and tv for free! Free of passwords...free of payments...FREE! So just lean back. Drop in and enjoy the show. It's free. PLUTO.TV For Everything Steve and Bradford visit us at StoneColdandtheJackal.com
In this week's episode, I talk about the General Hospital recap ending Friday 7/29/22. Ava finds out that Nikolas and Esme slept together, Spencer testifies to give Trina an alibi, but I cracked the case and exonerated Trina by bringing up a fact that was completely overlooked by the General Hospital writers. At SummerSlam, the Triple H era of creative took effect. Who was the Last Man Standing? Did Liv Morgan retain her SmackDown Women's Championship? Who returned? Check out this episode, it's a MUST LISTEN! Follow me on Twitter: @VApicellaSWE Follow Suds and the Squared Circle on Twitter: @SudsSqCirclePod Follow Suds and the Squared Circle on TikTok: @suds_squared_circle Email Suds and the Squared Circle at firstname.lastname@example.org Leave us a voice message at anchor.fm/sportswireaudio. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sportswireaudio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sportswireaudio/support
On episode #1055 of the Daytime Confidential podcast, Luke Kerr, Joshua Baldwin and Melodie Aikels dive into the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines. All this and more on the latest Daytime Confidential podcast! Twitter: @DCConfidential, Luke_Kerr, Mike Jubinville, JillianBowe, Josh Baldwin and Melodie Aikels. Facebook: Daytime Confidential Subscribe to Daytime Confidential on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.
Perhaps it's the summer heat that's causing people to act out in Port Charles. Whatever the case, Nina and Sasha have a heated encounter, Dante ponders his entire future, Nikolas tries to stave off trouble, and Trina's trial is going so poorly that Diane makes a desperate move... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/valerie-harvey/message
Matt & Kat are back and Sonny/Dex beats the tar out of a man who shows no respect! Sasha denies therapy, Maxie encourages Cody, Josslyn films the whole thing! NIkolas confesses, Ava threatens, and Spencer takes the stand! All this and more on the 10th Floor!
On episode 201 of the PC Update, Esme is Ava's Nina. Spencer is back in the running!!! Nikolas and Sonny are officially the same person. This episode covers GH episodes from July 25th - 29th, 2022. *Music provided by Scott Holmes (song name - Electronic Vibes).
In the inaugural episode of Suds and the Squared Circle Podcast, I talk about the biggest news to hit the wrestling industry since Hulk Hogan turning heel, Vincent Kennedy McMahon retires! I also talk about the current General Hospital storylines, including Trina's ongoing criminal trial, plus what does Cody REALLY want with Britt? I also go over the match cards for both WWE SummerSlam and Ric Flair's Last Match Pay-Per-View, both happening this weekend! Follow us on Twitter; @SudsSqCirclePod Follow us on TikTok: @suds_squared_circle Email us at: email@example.com Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and anywhere else you find your favorite podcasts! Leave us a 5-Star Review! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sportswireaudio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sportswireaudio/support
WELCOME TO TAKE 2 RADIO SOAPS IN REVIEW! This show is on the 2nd & 4th THURSDAY of the month at 7PM EASTERN TIME! EPISODE 159: Take 2 Radio Soaps in Review THURSDAY, July 28th at 7pm eastern Join David, Candice, Carolyn, Anthony, & Willy as they discuss what's been happening on The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless! We'll also be talking Beyond Salem Season 2! Call in and share your thoughts! 1-718-506-1540 press 1 Follow on twitter @take2radio @T2RSoapsReview @Take2RadioCrew @BarefootBlonde5 @Candypooh @Anthony31C @ViewWillys Instagram: @take2radio
Matt & Kat are back and Michael fights with Sonny! Maxie and Spinelli have an amazing connection. Cody dates Britt and blows it! Austin has a secret. Ms. Wu helps Curtis? Esme kills? Spencer confronts Esme! Willow is sick, and Marshall is slick, all this and more on the 10th Floor!
In the Season 5 finale of "The Chat," Casey, Tiggz, Rodrigo, and Alan come together to welcome back Emmy nominated actress, Sydney Mikayla, back to the panel! The gang dives into an exclusive catch up with the former "General Hospital" star, and she even spills details on what's next in her career! Then, the panel dives into a NEW Top 5, looking back on their favorite legacy characters! THERE'S ALWAYS SO MUCH TO 'CHAT' ABOUT, SO STAY TUNED! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-chatpodcast/support
The man of a million stories! What a treat. We hear about Drake's start playing baseball and the crazy stories that involves, and then his amazing transition to Hollywood and the twists and turns that finally landed him on DAYS for 37 years!!! Sit back and enjoy hearing from this incredible storyteller! This Episode of That's Awesome Is Brought To You By: INDEED Join over THREE MILLION BUSINESSES worldwide that use INDEED to hire great talent. Now with Indeed, businesses only pay for quality applications matching the sponsored job description. Go to: INDEED.COM/THATSAWESOME and PLUTO TV! Watch movies and tv for free! Free of passwords...free of payments...FREE! So just lean back. Drop in and enjoy the show. It's free. PLUTO.TV For Everything Steve and Bradford go to StoneColdandtheJackal.com
On episode #1054 of the Daytime Confidential podcast, Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe and Joshua Baldwin dish the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines. All this and more on the latest Daytime Confidential podcast! Twitter: @DCConfidential, Luke_Kerr, Mike Jubinville, JillianBowe, Josh Baldwin and Melodie Aikels. Facebook: Daytime Confidential Subscribe to Daytime Confidential on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.
On episode 200 of the PC Update, while Sonny pretends to run the town, Miss Wu is owning it! Nina worries if THIS choice will bring her nothing but misery and cost her the man she has yet to meet up with on purpose. Maxie and Spinelli are one secret closer to a reunion. This episode covers GH episodes from July 18th - 22nd, 2022. *Music provided by Scott Holmes (song name - Electronic Vibes).
Mark Teschner has been the Casting Director at General Hospital since 1989 and has won ten Emmy Awards for Casting. Mark has unique ability to communicate with actors, encouraging them to deliver their best performances and he shares insight in his casting of Vanessa Marcil, Steve Burton and Michael Sutton. Maurice and Mark talk about the younger generation's outlet of being able to showcase their talent being on platforms like TikTok and Youtube and shows like American Idol and America's Got Talent.
This week we're joined by JOSH KELLY (Cody, GH). New to GH, but no stranger to film & tv, hear about his journey from Army Ranger to actor and have some laughs with us:) This Episode of That's Awesome Is Brought To You By: PLUTO TV! Watch movies and tv for free! Free of passwords...free of payments...FREE! So just lean back. Drop in and enjoy the show. It's free. PLUTO.TV For Everything Steve and Bradford visit us at StoneColdandtheJackal.com
On episode #1053 of the Daytime Confidential podcast, Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe and Joshua Baldwin dive into the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines. All this and more on the latest Daytime Confidential podcast! Twitter: @DCConfidential, Luke_Kerr, Mike Jubinville, JillianBowe, Josh Baldwin and Melodie Aikels. Facebook: Daytime Confidential Subscribe to Daytime Confidential on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.
#749 - Joan Benedict Steiger The Joan Benedict Steiger Interview is featured on The Paul Leslie Hour. This episode features a very brief phone interview Paul E. Leslie had with Joan Benedict Steiger. So! Let's all wish actress Joan Benedict Steiger a happy birthday! July 21st is her birthday. Joan Benedict Steiger has appeared in movies since the 1960s. Her television work is famous. She's known to many for playing the role of Edith Fairchild on the show “General Hospital.” Joan Benedict Steiger has also down some work in theater. She's received some formal training including the Rome Opera Ballet School, and then studied acting with Stella Adler and Robert Lewis, two of the founders of the famed Actors Studio. Now, ladies and gentlemen, if you could help us with our mission, The Paul Leslie Hour is ramping up our efforts. We do need your help, if you can go to www.thepaulleslie.com/support Thank you. Now, here it is folks. And happy birthday Joan Benedict Steiger. The Paul Leslie Hour - Helping People Tell Their Stories is a talk show with new episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.
WELCOME TO TAKE 2 RADIO SOAPS IN REVIEW! This show is on the 2nd & 4th THURSDAY of the month at 7PM EASTERN TIME! EPISODE 158: Take 2 Radio Soaps in Review THURSDAY, May 12th at 7pm eastern Join David, Candice, Carolyn, & Willy as they discuss what's been happening on The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless! We'll also be talking Beyond Salem Season 2! Call in and share your thoughts! 1-718-506-1540 press 1 Follow on twitter @take2radio @T2RSoapsReview @Take2RadioCrew @BarefootBlonde5 @Candypooh @Anthony31C @ViewWillys Instagram: @take2radio
Matt & Kat are back and Laura leaves for Europe, Esme taunts Ava, Nina buys the Metro Court, and Curtis & Marshall team up! Trina's trial date looms, Spencer threatens Rory, Josslyn learns a secret, Brando suggests rehab, and Austin gets a call All this and more on the 10th Floor!
On episode 199 of the PC Update, Nina decides her company isn't worth investing in but Carly's is. Valentin is cool as a clumsy cucumber. Trina has a support system that feels just like family. This episode covers GH episodes from July 11th - 15th, 2022. *Music provided by Scott Holmes (song name - Electronic Vibes).
This week, we're joined by CHRISTOPHER SEAN (Paul, DAYS) to talk Beyond Salem, of course, and so much more. Hear about their epic fight from episode 1, and learn more about Christopher's other work from primetime to his prolific voice work in the animated and video game world. This Episode of That's Awesome Is Brought To You By: ZOCDOC The easiest way to find a great doctor and instantly book an appointment. Go to ZOCDOC.com/THATSAWESOME and download the ZOCDOC app to sign-up for FREE and book a top-rated doctor. INDEED Join over THREE MILLION BUSINESSES worldwide that use INDEED to hire great talent. Now with Indeed, businesses only pay for quality applications matching the sponsored job description. Go to: INDEED.COM/THATSAWESOME SHOPIFY Grow your business with Shopify today - go to SHOPIFY.com/thatsawesome right now for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. SHOPIFY.com/thatsawesome and PLUTO TV! Watch movies and tv for free! Free of passwords...free of payments...FREE! So just lean back. Drop in and enjoy the show. It's free. PLUTO.TV For Everything Steve and Bradford visit us at StoneColdandtheJackal.com
Today's reading of “Lost and Found in Tinseltown,” an article from the First Edition of Voice of Truth, tells the story of Tina Gallo's step into acting and showcases God's glory in her life. ***** Welcome to Celebrating God's Grace, a Women World Leaders podcast. My name is Julie Jenkins and it's my honor today to share with you reading from Voice of Truth. Many of you know the name Tina Gallo. Tina is an award-winning actress, a best-selling author, speaker, and acting coach. She's best known for her role as DiDi on the soap opera General Hospital. She's the founder of the National Studio of Method Acting, and she traveled with Frank Sinatra, selling his merchandise for two and a half years. Tina is currently writing her next book, Unfiltered, and has made appearances in the Christian Broadcast Network and Daystar television, sharing her testimony of God's faithfulness. What you may not know about Tina is that she is currently battling an illness and she needs our prayers. Tina is fighting a yet unknown infection. And we are asking that you join us as we storm the heavens for God's healing and provision for her. Dear Heavenly Father, we love our sister Tina so much, but we know that you love her even more. We lift her to you today God give her strength and fuse her with your healing power as only you can. Father give her doctors wisdom as they treat her. We thank you in advance for your complete provision and protection of Tina and Jesus mighty name I pray. Amen. Well, Tina Gallo has been a huge part of Women World Leaders for several years and she's been a writer in Voice of Truth since the very first edition. Today I'd like to read her first article, “Lost and Found in Tinseltown.” This appeared in our January 2021 edition of Voice of Truth. The Lord plants dreams in our hearts at a very early age fearfully and wonderfully creating every detail of our lives with plans for redemption in all things, in all our ways at all times, even if we don't profess faith in him just yet. These dreams are like fitted garments of clothing tailored uniquely to us carefully spun and wrapped upon us, dressing us in colorful visions for the future. The desires that the Lord birthed into my life as a young girl were promises he was already planning for my future. I just didn't know it yet. The early age of three years old, my whole hearts vast dream was a one-way ticket to Hollywood. My tiny blueish green eyes were set upon acting and Hollywood movies firmly fixed on an ambition that seemed unobtainable, yet written in my deemed a destiny. Although the shifting sands of family instability made it seem like an impossibility, deeply embedded in my heart was the will of determination. My heart was screaming an epic dialogue. I can do this. My mother was much younger than my dad and came from a very unstable childhood with a family of 12 brothers and sisters. Alcoholism was a vehicle of destruction that ran rampant in her family basked in constant affliction my mom and her siblings were responsible to care for one another. I have no idea if my mom knew that what ravaged her childhood would be what would ravage my own. During my mother's child-rearing years, she carried that same generational alcoholism right into our very home. It seemed at least once a month routinely, my mom would binge on beer until she couldn't see straight, numbing her inner turmoil. She was running from her past into a sea of alcoholism. All the while my aching heart needed her Are the core of my childhood yearned for a mother's love. Stolen was my mother her absence in my life left me with words that cut deep. My tiny little heart could never comprehend why my brothers and I, her children, weren't important enough to care for and invest in. Gnarling from the ashes of addictions, seeded lies of abandonment grew wildly into my hungry heart. On the contrary, my dad was Italian and most of his family came from Calabria. They loved each other and were very close to one another, depicting what a stable family should look like. He did not drink alcohol except on special occasions and only then he might take a sip as a salute of goodwill. He was a good provider, a faithful dad, and I knew that he loved me. We were raised in a nice middle-class suburban neighborhood and a lovely home with an in-ground pool. In the 1960s and early 70s, divorce was an abnormality. There certainly weren't any families that I knew of who are divorced except mine. inwardly I longed to be cherished and nurtured the same way I saw all of the other little girls were by their moms who always seem to adore and fuss over them. My eyes peered into the lives of my friends with desires to grasp a mother's love such as this. The absence of my mother harbored feelings of inadequacy that had planted its deep, ugly roots deep within the filters that I saw myself through irradiated unprocessed pain, blurring the truth as my reality now framed with lies of distorted images that were marked upon my soul. In my teens, my dad decided to move us to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I was extremely upset because I didn't want to go, nor did I want to leave my friends. Even though they weren't the best crowd I was accepted and comfortable in friendships with them. Little that I know how that move would change my life and eventually put me on the path to fulfilling my Hollywood acting dream. Internally, I was a lost soul and very skilled at putting on the right mask to hide behind when I needed to. Or so I thought. The truth is, there was a war raging inside of me between God's truth in the devil's lies. The Bible teaches us that the thief the devil comes to kill, steal and destroy. But Jesus came that they may have life and have it in abundance John 1010. Daily I battled internally against the negatives that distorted my perception with an illusion of false truths. I desperately needed validation and affirmation. And mostly I was in search of simple, unconditional love. At 18 years of age, I took a job as a cocktail waitress in Sunrise musical theater in Sunrise, Florida. Just so happened that Frank Sinatra was performing there the same weekend, I began. I was extremely excited about that. You see, as a child, I was always compared to Shirley Temple, probably because I was always performing and my hair was blonde and curly just like hers. I loved adorable Shirley, but Nancy Sinatra is who I wanted to be. So I'd put a towel on my head and make believe my hair was long. Put on my little red shimmy dress and wait, go-go boots. Hold a hairbrush in my hand as my microphone and wallah, all jazzed up. singing these boots are made to walk in. I'd put on a show all day long for anyone who would endure and watch. Somehow as a gift for my sixth birthday. My dad arranged a phone call from Nancy Sinatra to sing happy birthday to me. I was elated. It was the most special present I've ever received. The new job of waiting tables revealed a distant dream that was waiting for me. In fact, I can remember the weekend that marked the momentum of the opportunity of bright and shining lights that was coming to fruition. I was given a private table of 20 to service that evening. I did my very best as I waited on them before and after the show Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves and I was astonished at how large of a tip I received from my table. It was a great first night. When I came back to work the next night, I was given the same table with the same exact people. I thought this was strange because who comes to the same show a second night. My manager then called me to the side to inform me that I had been waiting on Mr. Sinatra's personal friends, and that they were so pleased with my service that they requested me as their server again, while fear and pure excitement rushed through my veins with anticipation. Later that evening, Bobby Marks, Mr. Sinatra's stepson, and Lester Lewis approached me and asked me if I would like to travel on the road with a Sinatra entourage to sell his merchandise before and after his shows. Well, with no hesitation, of course, I said yes. I couldn't wait to tell my dad I knew I was about to embark on a big adventure. And maybe this was my answer to my big dream of making it as a Hollywood star. In my mind, I thought who I knew is all that it would take. Indeed, it was a fabulous two and a half years journeying on the road with some of the world's best, I traveled all over, first-class, and stayed in top-notch fancy hotels. Rapidly my new life consisted of lavish events and parties, meeting and entertaining with some of the world's finest in the entertainment industry. Even got to thank Nancy in person for that very wonderful birthday gift so many years before, yet I wasn't any closer to my own acting dream being fulfilled. Hungry for more I asked Mr. Sinatra's best friend, Julie Rizzo the big question, how do I become an actress? What do I need to do? I told him I thought getting to know all these famous people would be my ticket in. His response was, you need to go to school to study acting and find out if you have any talent kid Who you know can help open doors but only talent will sustain. At that time, I didn't even know that there were schools that concentrated on teaching acting. This was all new to me. I was excited to begin researching schools and finally decided to make my move to New York City to study with some of the best teachers in the industry. Now I had a solid plan. Lights Camera Action. I studied in acting school for years while waiting tables at night, pounding the pavement with a workload I'd been given. Avidly I began to get some acting gigs some under five work on soap operas and landed a few commercials. When I felt I had enough experience under my belt I decided it was time to head to Los Angeles with my sights on getting a role on the most popular soap opera at the time. General Hospital. I did just that when I was offered the role of DD So here I was, I had landed in the vision of my dreams. I had arrived despite the opposition that riddled and streamed through my life. Now I was living my dream on the mountaintop as an actress in Hollywood. I made decent money and lived in a cute little cottage right on the beach and Marina del Rey. Can't get any better than that right. Except the battle of unworthiness still raged inside of me, leaving an empty, gaping hole. unresolved pain still resting inwardly, and the absence of God in my life. Nothing was ever enough. My need to seek more success only led me into a state of anxiety that was utterly discouraging and exhausting. The more I achieved, the more peace I thought I would have. Boy was I wrong. All the glitz, Glamour, wealth and famous friends didn't have the power to change the inward war raging in my heart. I would find myself often in the acting role, carefully putting on my Hollywood mask, giving way to another cocktail drink until I felt the uncomfortable feelings in my heart fade away. I was escaping the reality of it all, I was becoming easily swept up in the Hollywood happenings. In the 1980s, cocaine was considered to be a glamorous drug, promising the movie industry that it would shed camera pounds and boost energy. My heart spiraled downward into the experimental claws of cocaine, believing it may help me, too. Shallow promises swarmed the sets and scenes of the Hollywood industry all buttoned up pretty on the outside, primped and ready for the best shot, yet dying and decaying on the inside. Everything was about outward appearances and Tinseltown and my identity was all wrapped up and what I did and what I had, if it were all taken away, I would have crumbled, glamour and glitz fashion wealth accolades, achievements, all were hidden in the masks we willingly wore to hide the prevailing laments internally. All those feelings of shame, guilt, fear and unworthiness that I buried deep inside were pushing through harder and faster than ever to the surface of my soul. The lens I was seeing through was marred by all the acting to muddle to see through any more, filtering the lies through the beauty of the world. My days were doomed to be derailed. Lies of constant approval and rejection flooded me continually igniting more and more downward spirals. In circling me the lies spoke over and over on the movie reel that I often listened to, you're only as good as your last show. You don't have the right look for the part. You're too heavy, too small, too short, too tall. You didn't get the audition, we need someone with more credits, and so on. I needed a new lens to focus through. One that wasn't distorted by the lies that caused me to have a constant need for approval from people. The Lord had a better plan for my life and he does for you too. God tells us in His Word, I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you a hope, and a future. (Jeremiah 2911, NIV) He was going to provide me with a new lens illuminated by truth and bring me out of confusion into clarity. Zooming into his heart, I had no knowledge that a few people were praying for me. I was raised Catholic and believed in God, but I never really had a true personal relationship with him. And honestly, didn't know that I could. There were intercessors crying out for my very life. I couldn't remember vividly when I was awakened to the fact that I was surrounded by Christians. Everywhere I turned God would place another one before me that one day I received a card from a distant aunt who mentioned that she saw me on TV and gave me a lovely compliment. She signed the card. God bless you. Aunt Frannie I've heard those words my whole life but this time, there was life in them. God bless you. It jumped right off the page and pierced into my heart. Those words ignited a spark of hope in me like never before. I was searching for something solid and I wanted answers. I dabbled in some new age and read Shirley MacLaine and the power of positive thinking books which always left me feeling just as empty and lost as I was before reading them. After all, if I'm a God with all this power in me, which is the basis of their teaching, then I'm really in trouble. The application of this teaching was draining self-centered and made no sense to me. Thankfully, it didn't bear witness to my spirit. I always knew that God was my Creator and He was so much more powerful and larger than I was. Depression was crushing me and I walked around with sadness wrapped inward. Grasping for newfound freedom. The tyranny of Tinseltown left me thinking I had everything that everyone else would want fame, fortune, acting and outward beauty. But none of it brought true joy. When my contract came to an end, I decided to head back home to my dad's to take a break and process some things. One night while I was wrestling to sleep, I turned on the TV. There was an actress talking on a show and sharing about her relationship with God and all that he had done in her life. There I was in the literal and spiritual dark, wrapped up in a throw blanket intently listening to every word hanging from this woman's testimony. I wanted what she had. When they put the number up on the screen to call for prayer. I started dialing, my fingers moved before I could even process what was happening. An hour passed, and I was about to hang up the phone when a gentleman answered. His trusting, soothing and compassionate voice led me into a prayer to accept Jesus into my heart as my Lord and Savior. I was now a born-again Christian, saved by grace and by making a phone call to the 700 Club hallelujah. What God did that night was a miracle. The next morning I woke up with an unexplained joy and renewed hope. I was on fire and hungry to learn about God, His teachings and all the things that the actress was talking about the night before. I was a new creature in Christ with a passionate desire to be deeply rooted in him. I knew I finally had the answer to what I so desperately was searching for. And I was ready for the journey. My dear sisters, God has a plan for each of us. He wants us to prosper, and he wants to give us an abundant life. We must come out of hiding behind our own masks that we cower under, we must come forward from our own acting and pretending to truly receive what He has for us, adjusting and repositioning our lenses to focus on Jesus, not ourselves. When we seek His plan for our lives and not ours, we will find real peace and true contentment. The Lord gives us the gifts and the talents we need to fulfill our purpose in him. We are called to serve and bring glory to Him. We learn in his word to delight ourselves in the Lord. And He will give us the desires of our hearts, Psalm 37:4 NIV. You see, through so much of my story, the Lord was pursuing me and leading me even when I wasn't following him. He allowed me to taste the riches of success. So I can see clearly the things of this world that will never satisfy my appetite When we wholeheartedly seek the Lord and His will for us. He cultivates our understanding and guides the way for us to see through a lens of truth that will provide us clarity and direction. Ultimately bringing us into a life of freedom, whom the sun sets free is free indeed. John 8:36, NIV My acting days are not over or wasted or lost. I now use all the preparatory gifts, talents and treasures for His glory. I get to act in love in purity, and in truth in the movies for him now. All is redeemed and his hope carries me forward into Victory. Join me in imitating Christ, the star of the show, the center stage of our lives.
The next sequel we are reviewing is "Friday the 13th A New Beginning” and for it, I interviewed our first final girl from the franchise, Actress Melanie Kinnaman who played "Pam Roberts". Melanie talked about her journey to being a final girl that started in western Massachusetts with a stop along in NYC where she was a dancer and then started acting in plays. She even played "Cheryl Ladd" in a Saturday Night Live sketch about the "Battle of the Network Stars" back in the late 70s then landed a role on General Hospital followed by some commercial work. Melanie talked about getting Friday the 13th A New Beginning, a role she had in "Best of the Best" starring Eric Roberts that got changed, upcoming projects, and lots more. This has an unedited video interview you can watch at sequelsonly.com/melaniekinnaman Links mentioned in this episode: Melanie's IMDb https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0455687/?ref_=nm_mv_close Battle of the Network Stars Sketch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0f1Ywnjq0A Follow Melanie on Instagram @screensiren5 or click here https://www.instagram.com/screensiren5/?hl=en Next up is our review of "Friday the 13th A New Beginning", which is free on Pluto TV. Follow us on all social media @sequelsonly and our website is sequelsonly.com Review, rate, and share us with your friends, enemies, neighbors, exes, and even that annoying supermarket clerk! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On episode #1052 of the Daytime Confidential podcast, Luke Kerr, Joshua Baldwin and Melodie Aikels dive into the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines. All this and more on the latest Daytime Confidential podcast! Twitter: @DCConfidential, Luke_Kerr, Mike Jubinville, JillianBowe, Josh Baldwin and Melodie Aikels. Facebook: Daytime Confidential Subscribe to Daytime Confidential on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.
Many women struggle with hair loss! Amy Gibson's story began at 13 ½ when it was discovered she had Alopecia (an immune disorder resulting in hair loss) while filming her first starring role on the CBS soap opera, “Love of Life,” which earned her an Emmy nomination. She went on to star in 20 years of shows such as “The Young and the Restless,” “General Hospital, “Happy Days,” and numerous prime-time TV and film roles before deciding to follow her heart and help women worldwide. Amy's personal story, her innovative designs, and outspoken nature on behalf of women with hair loss have garnered many media appearances, including People Magazine, Dr. Phil, Fox Nightly News, CBS News, NBC Nightly News, and many more. Amy founded CreatedHair.com and her private, discreet wig studio in Beverly Hills almost two decades ago, creating a company for women who are living with the effects of medical hair loss to turn to for solid, safe, comfortable solutions, as well as for those who are seeking to renew their appearance, self-esteem, and radiant healthfulness. Kari, Brooke, David, Elora and Sarah host Fresh Living on KUTV, which airs on CBS Channel 2 every weekday at 1 pm in Utah. You can follow Fresh Living on all social media platforms @kutvfreshliving and watch our show on YouTube.
Matt & Kat are back and Victor has Charlotte! Valentin almost poisons Larua, Kevin can't stop Liz. Cody and Britt grow closer, and Chase gets closer to a pop career! Drew blames himself and Sonny loves Nina! All this and more on the 10th Floor!
On episode 198 of the PC Update, Cody gets a job as a horse's roommate. Elizabeth kisses Finn so he stops questioning her mental health. Nina says she's all good with Sonny supporting Carly but her face says desperate... I mean different. This episode covers GH episodes from July 4th - 8th, 2022. *Music provided by Scott Holmes (song name - Electronic Vibes).
Friends, it's been too long! We discuss Steve's trip to Nashville, the festivities of the 4th, and Bradford's harrowing day on jury duty...and then start to gameplan our live shows NEXT WEEK in CT, NY, and NJ! For tickets go to StoneColdandtheJackal.com This Episode of That's Awesome Is Brought To You By: PAYPAL HONEY Never search for internet promo codes again! Let HONEY do it for you, for FREE! Just download it and save! Go to JoinHoney.com/Bradford to start saving today! TRUEBILL Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling your unwanted subscriptions today at Truebill.com/THATSAWESOME It could save you THOUSANDS a year! Go to TRUEBILL.com/THATSAWESOME and PLUTO TV! Watch movies and tv for free! Free of passwords...free of payments...FREE! So just lean back. Drop in and enjoy the show. It's free. PLUTO.TV For Everything Steve and Bradford visit us at StoneColdandtheJackal.com
Sean Kanan talks filming "The Karate Kid Part III", becoming a multi-hyphenate artist, his Emmy winning show "Studio City", and shares a shocking audition story!About Sean:Sean began his acting career as a child in New Castle, PA. After high school, he moved to Los Angeles and graduated from UCLA with a BA in Political Science. Once there, Sean landed the iconic role of MIKE BARNES, karate's Bad Boy of cobra kai in KARATE KID III. He went on to star in over 10,000 hours of NETWORK TELEVISION, perform STAND-UP COMEDY, host SHOWS, write 2 BOOKS, and a hit TV show, Emmy® award winning STUDIO CITY now streaming on AMAZON prime.Sean's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sean.kanan/Sean's Twitter: https://twitter.com/seankananFollow the show on social media! Instagram: https://instagram.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfci_podcast Facebook: http://facebook.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/ Theme Music by Andrew SkrabutenasProducers: Jillian Clare & Susan BernhardtFor more information, go to thanksforcominginpodcast.com
In this week's episode of Fostering Change Rob Scheer talks with Jen Lilley. In 2007, Lilley married Jason Wayne. In 2016, Lilley and her husband became foster parents through the organization, Childhelp. In June 2019, Lilley and Wayne adopted their two foster sons and in July 2019, she gave birth to a daughter. And just 2 months ago in May, she gave birth to another daughter!A star on both the silver and small screens, including the Academy Award-winning film THE ARTIST, NBC's iconic daytime series “Days of Our Lives,” ABC's “General Hospital,” and a regular leading lady on the Hallmark Channel and GAC, actress/singer/philanthropist Jen Lilley has tackled countless roles throughout her illustrious career. Jen Lilley's creative prowess does not end when the director yells cut, she is also a singer and songwriter. Her music exudes the same sultry ferocity of Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton, with Phil Spector's wall of sound treatment via Rosie Danvers and her 50-piece orchestra. AXS.com said, “Lilley conjures up the sound of a 1960s girl group and embodies the same essence of Amy Winehouse. She takes a nostalgic twist on a modern song that will remind you of what classic music sounds like and have you longing for the days of Motown." When Jen Lilley is not busy in front of a camera, or perfecting her vocals in studio, she can be found hosting her podcast, "Fostering Hope with Jen Lilley" to demystify the foster care system and encourage loving people to get involved in the cause. She is a true champion for charities. In addition to donating 100% of her music profits to create a neighborhood model of safe loving foster homes, she co-founded Christmas is Not Cancelled, Inc.: A marketing company that raises awareness and funds for amazing causes and nonprofits while giving participants the chance to win huge prizes! The next Christmas is Not Cancelled event is coming up THIS MONTH. In fact, Comfort Cases is partnering with Jen and her team for a "Christmas is Not Cancelled Packing Party" at the end of July. We will be packing up 2022 backpacks filled with school supplies to deliver to students in need in the Washington, DC Metro area. As a teenager, Jen garnered the National Educators Award for her work in Guatemala. She is known for advocating children's rights and supports charities that focus on protecting children against physical and sexual abuse, human trafficking, and the world water crisis. Truly selfless, she is a foster and adoptive parent herself and is a celebrity ambassador for the child abuse and treatment organization Child help, Project Orphans, ECPAT, Olive Crest, The Dave Thomas Foundation, The Thirst Project, The Los Angeles Mission, Oneless, A21, Children of the Night, and the Innocent Justice Foundation. Story Key Notes:
As a child, watching her mother paint everyday, Linda Schreyer learned that with persistence and a creative spark there wasn't anything that she couldn't achieve. Linda is a music composer, television screenwriter, published author and writing teacher. She graduated from New York University and The School of Visual Arts studying electronic music with Steve Reich and Philip Glass, and began her entertainment career as a composer of film scores. A Clio award nominee, Linda became a jingle writer for General Foods, Coty Perfume, Lady Stetson, Xerox, Chrysler, Caloric Kitchens, L'Eggs, Heinz, Jello, and more. In the late 1980s, her career as a writer shifted to words instead of music. Linda has written over 1000 hours of serial television including Port Charles, Sunset Beach, General Hospital, and the Bold and Beautiful. She co-wrote and produced the television movie, A Place at the Table for NBC for which she received a Christopher award and an Ollie award. In 2004, she traveled to Moscow for Sony Pictures Television International where she wrote for the series, Poor Anastasia Sins of the Father and created dear Masha for Russian television. Linda taught a team of Russian writers how to write for serial television. She received a grant from the Austrian Ministry of Culture to write The Goldsmith's Daughter, a play-in-progress about her family and pre-war Vienna. Linda has mentored countless writers on completion of their books, taught classes since 1995, and conducted large writing workshops for organizations. Her books include From Cowboy to Mogul to Monster, a biography of producer Mark Damon. Tears and Tequila with Joanne Lawman is her first novel. What You Will Hear in This Episode: Linda's personal story. Linda's first scoring projects. Writing jingles. Songwriting and activism Writing and producing for film. Christopher award. Writing a script vs writing a screenplay Learning to stand up for herself. Longstory writing. Soaps and Russia Teaching writing. From Cowboy to Mogul to Monster. Advice for aspiring writers. Finding a writing coach/mentor. Quotes “It never really occurred to me to do anything else, but be a creative person.” “One of the things I learned is that I can do anything that I set my mind to.” “I am an experienced learner. I don't learn from people telling me. I learn from doing it.” “I've suffered from imposter syndrome, but the truth is I never let any of it stop me. “ “If you wanna do something, learn from the craft that already exists.” “There's no magic in writing. There is extreme hard work. To be in a community of writers, even if it's only a two person community is essential because writing is a solitary profession.” Mentioned: David Lucas Alan Menken Heart and Soul Music https://bonniemarcusleadership.com/ https://web.facebook.com/bonnie.marcus/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/bonniemarcus https://twitter.com/selfpromote https://www.instagram.com/self_promote_/ Gendered Ageism Survey Results Forbes article 5 Tips to own the superpower of your age IAMMusicGroup Purchase my book Not Done Yet on Amazon If you enjoyed this episode of Badass Women Podcast, then make sure to subscribe to the podcast and drop us a five-star review.
Join Amanda and Shannon as they discuss the episodes of General Hospital for June 27 - July 1. Willow passes out at the MetroCourt pool and finds out why she hasn't been feeling well. We discuss how you can buy the outfits you see on the show. Leo overhears Michael planning a surprise for Sonny. Will Carly be tried for insider trading? Olivia doesn't know that installment payments still exist? How is Carly going to save her portion of the MetroCourt? Does Drew get a pension from the Navy Seals? Nina asked why Liesl didn't accept Scott's proposal. Esme asks Rory and Nikolas for help. Chase's suspension is extended. Brook Lynn asks Sonny for help. Sasha overhears the news of Willow's pregnancy. Marshall steps up to help Trina. Spencer tells Cam his plan to trap Esme and apologizes to Britt. Listen to the full episode at http://www.pier54podcast.com/ (www.Pier54Podcast.com) or your favorite podcast player! (link in bio) Stay up to date on GH by following us on social media @ageneralhospitalpodcast⠀⠀⠀
On episode 197 of the PC Update, Carly is going full blown Quartermaine. Willow is giving Wylie a brother cousin. Petty Neddie rains supreme as Chairman of The Board. This episode covers GH episodes from June 27th - July 1st, 2022. *Music provided by Scott Holmes (song name - Electronic Vibes).
This episode features Brent C Jackson, MD, MBA, FACS, VP/Chief Medical Officer at Dignity Health/Mercy General Hospital. Here, he discusses the power of being nice in leadership, the importance of being a life-long learner, patient quality & safety, and more.
What a weekend! A fantastic EMMY night for GH and all of daytime, and of course a fun weekend with the guys of PORT CHUCK. Bradford gives a short recap of the weekend before we re-air a piece of our conversation with KELLY THIEBAUD, as she tells us about her now Emmy Winning submission:) For Tickets to Upcoming LIVE Shows in CT, NY, and NJ go to StoneColdandtheJackal.com This Episode Of That's Awesome Is Brought To You By: PLUTO TV! Watch movies and tv for free! Free of passwords...free of payments...FREE! So just lean back. Drop in and enjoy the show. It's free. PLUTO.TV
Paul Parducci is a hell of a talented guy. He's an actor, writer, director, producer, YouTube creator, and a good friend.While he's often playing tough guy roles, Paul is actually as kind and thoughtful as they come. He's known for a wide range of roles including Crime Boss "Hammer" on ABC's "General Hospital," the ruthless "Mellons" in the Crime Drama "Sinatra Club " (2010), "Cyrus" in "Desperate Housewives," "Captain Hennings" in "Bones," "The Dekester" in "Just Shoot Me" and the Cartoon Network's "The Uncle Paul Show." Paul is also the star, writer, and director of several web series that you can find on his YouTube channel including the hilarious "Nightmare Boss." Join the guys for this fun conversation as they discuss among other topics, acting, relationships, and approaches to staying healthy. Paul talks about his family background, his career, tips on staying fit that put Mark and Lowell to shame, and Paul shares his father's advice that could make the world a better place. paulparducci.comTwitter: @PaulParducciInstagram: @paulparducciPaul's YouTube channelYour hosts:Mark Schiff has a new book out you can pre-order!“Why Not?: Lessons on Comedy, Courage, and Chutzpah”And another book you should already own!"I Killed: True Stories of the Road from America's Top Comics"markschiff.comTwitter: @markschiffInstagram: markschiff1 Lowell BenjaminTwitter: @lowellcbenjaminInstagram: @lowellcbenjamin
We are so excited for PORT CHUCK LIVE this weekend! We got the guys together to catch up and talk about what we love about performing online in this format. Join us this Saturday, 6/25, for another Port Chuck Party-- a 90 minute music show, with 60 minute Q&A to follow. Go to StoneColdandtheJackal.com to see a video of what it all looks like and for info to join us! This episode of That's Awesome Is Brought To You By: INDEED Join over THREE MILLION BUSINESSES worldwide that use INDEED to hire great talent. Sign up for Indeed now and get a $75 CREDIT toward your first sponsored job. Plus earn up to $500 EXTRA in sponsored job credits with Indeed's Virtual Interviews. Go to: INDEED.COM/THATSAWESOME and PLUTO TV! Watch movies and tv for free! Free of passwords...free of payments...FREE! So just lean back. Drop in and enjoy the show. It's free. PLUTO.TV
After almost a week and a half of not speaking due to vacation and other business, we catch up with each other! Bradford had an amazing trip to NYC (and worked at GH), and Steve did a cool photoshoot and got a new (vintage) truck! To Join us for PORT CHUCK ONLINE later this month, or our comedy shows in CT, NY, and NJ in July, go to StoneColdandtheJackal.com This Episode of That's Awesome Is Brought To You By: ZOCDOC The easiest way to find a great doctor and instantly book an appointment. Go to ZOCDOC.com/THATSAWESOME and download the ZOCDOC app to sign-up for FREE and book a top-rated doctor. TRUEBILL Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling your unwanted subscriptions today at Truebill.com/THATSAWESOME It could save you THOUSANDS a year! Go to TRUEBILL.com/THATSAWESOME SHOPIFY Grow your business with Shopify today - go to SHOPIFY.com/thatsawesome right now for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. SHOPIFY.com/thatsawesome CEREBRAL Cerebral is an online mental health service that offers prescription medication, counseling, and therapy for anxiety, depression, ADHD, insomnia and more. Receive 65% OFF your first month of medication management and care counseling at CEREBRAL.com/awesome and PLUTO TV! Watch movies and tv for free! Free of passwords...free of payments...FREE! So just lean back. Drop in and enjoy the show. It's free. PLUTO.TV