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Trek Untold: The Star Trek Podcast That Goes Beyond The Stars!
111: Phumzile Sitole, From South Africa to Star Trek

Trek Untold: The Star Trek Podcast That Goes Beyond The Stars!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 62:10


You know her as General Ndoye of the United Earth Defense Force from "Star Trek: Discovery," but out of her uniform, she is Phumzile Sitole! Phumzile tells us about performing in her home country of South Africa and some of her work there, being on "The Good Fight" and "Orange is The New Black" with Uzo Aduba, what brought her stateside, and other stories you've never heard about her From there, we beam into our Trek Talk to discuss her costume, the sets, and the AR screen, performing with Soneqhua Martin-Green, Doug Jones, David Ajala, and the rest of the cast, and being on the season 4 finale with the epic surprise guest, Stacey Abrams. Please subscribe to our brand new YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/@trekuntold . There you will see all the old episodes of this show, as well as new episodes and all of our other content, including shorts and some other fun things planned for the future. Visit my Amazon shop to check out tons of Trek products and other things I enjoy - https://www.amazon.com/shop/thefightnerd View the Teespring store for Trek Untold gear & apparel - https://my-store-9204078.creator-spring.com Support Trek Untold by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/TrekUntold. Don't forget to subscribe to the show and leave a rating if you like us! Follow Trek Untold on Social Media Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/trekuntoldTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/trekuntoldFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/trekuntold Follow Nerd News Today on Social Media Twitter:  Twitter.com/NerdNews2Day Instagram: Instagram.com/NerdNewsToday Facebook: Facebook.com/NerdNewsToday Trek Untold is sponsored by Treksphere.com, powered by the RAGE Works Podcast Network, and affiliated with Nerd News Today.

The DJ Sessions
Christopher Lawrence on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 11/30/22

The DJ Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022


Christopher Lawrence on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 11/30/22 About Christopher Lawrence - Winner of “Best American DJ” at the IDMA's, Christopher Lawrence is recognized as one of the world's top DJs and producers. A dance music legend with over two decades behind the decks, he has been described as “One of America's most influential DJs” by DJ Mag and “A trailblazer” by SPIN. Christopher is recognized worldwide as the driving force behind the trance scene in America whose outspoken support of the underground has earned him the respect of industry and fans alike. Always pushing boundaries, Christopher's tough tech trance and psy-trance infused sets are a favorite on dance floors at the darkest downtown afterhours to the world's biggest festivals. Christopher has racked up numerous awards and accolades over the course of his career taking out both DJ Times “America's Best DJ” award and IDMA's “Best American DJ”, plus ranking Top 10 in DJ Mag's annual poll. He has graced the covers of countless magazines, newspapers and music websites worldwide, and is the only DJ to make the cover of America's DJ Times magazine twice in one year. With a club touring schedule circling the globe, Christopher delivers his unique brand of underground mayhem to dance floors from Avalon Hollywood and Ministry of Sound to Home Sydney. He has hosted his own arena at Dance Valley, and played major festivals including Coachella, EDC, Ultra, Dreamstate, Luminosity, Creamfields and many more. Christopher was also the only DJ invited to headline all three of the inaugural Ministry Of Sound, Cream and Gatecrasher tours of America. Christopher has also teamed up with trance legend John 00 Fleming under the moniker Fleming & Lawrence for a series of highly successful club dates in North America.The pair have appeared at festivals from Dreamstate to Fright Night as well as a series of open-to-close nights everywhere from Buenos Aires to Hollywood and New York to Toronto. Described as “A Highly Respected Producer” by Mixmag, Christopher's name is a familiar sight on the Beatport Top 10 charts with recent smash singles – There Is A Place, Banshee, Unbroken, The Dark, Terminus, Tremor and Dark on Fire.  A dance music pioneer since the nineties when he signed with Hook Recordings, Christopher's tracks have been championed by every major trance DJ including Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyk, Paul Oakenfold, Tiesto, Simon Patterson, John O'Callaghan and many more. Christopher's discography includes two Billboard Top 10 artist albums All or Nothing and UnHooked. On the remix front, Christopher has lent his talents to artists from LMFAO to U2. His music has also appeared on TV shows from MTV's Real World to Orange is the New Black, plus video games including Need for Speed. Pharmacy Music has exploded over the past few years becoming America's #1 Psy-Trance and Underground trance label with a thriving roster of cutting edge producers who continually push the boundaries and regularly top the Beatport charts. And with the recent launch of Pharmacy Radio, a global series of Pharmacy label nights, a new imprint Pharmacy Plus, along with the Pharmacy: Phase compilation series, has become unstoppable. Pharmacy represents the new sound of trance, a sophisticated hybrid of underground, psy-trance and tech, which is not only redefining the genre, but giving it new credibility. You don't stay in the business this long unless you consistently deliver. A dance music legend with over twenty years in the business, Christopher Lawrence knows what it takes to rock a dance floor. He remains on the front line of the underground with his tough, high energy sets, cutting edge productions, prolific label and groundbreaking radio show. Along with a legion of hardcore fans, his skills behind the decks and integrity in music has brought him to the attention of a new generation who are discovering the underground for the very first time. About The DJ Sessions - “The DJ Sessions” is a Twitch/Mixcloud "Featured Partner” live streaming/podcast series featuring electronic music DJ's/Producers via live mixes/interviews and streamed/distributed to a global audience. TheDJSessions.com The series constantly places in the “Top Ten” on Twitch Music and the “Top Five” in the “Electronic Music", “DJ", "Dance Music" categories. TDJS is rated in the Top 0.11% of live streaming shows on Twitch out of millions of live streamers. It has also been recognized by Apple twice as a "New and Noteworthy” podcast and featured three times in the Apple Music Store video podcast section. UStream and Livestream have also listed the series as a "Featured" stream on their platforms since its inception. The series is also streamed live to multiple other platforms and hosted on several podcast sites. It has a combined live streaming/podcast audience is over 125,000 viewers per week. With over 2,400 episodes produced over the last 12 years "The DJ Sessions" has featured international artists such as: BT, Youngr, Sevenn, Wuki, Scott Slyter, Simply City, Micke, Netsky, Rich DietZ, Bexxie, Boris, MJ Cole, Flipside, Skeeter, Bissen, Katie Chonacas, Hollaphonic, Lady Waks, Arty/Alpha 9, Miri Ben-Ari, DJ Ruby, DJ Colette, Nima Gorji, Kaspar Tasane, Andy Caldwell, Party Shirt, Plastik Funk, ENDO, John Tejada, Hoss, DJ Sash U, Arkley, Bee Bee, Cozmic Cat, Superstar DJ Keoki, Crystal Waters, Swedish Egil, Martin Eyerer, Dezarate, Maddy O'Neal, Sonic Union, Lea Luna, Belle Humble, Marc Marzenit, AthenaLuv, Maximillian, Inkfish, Kidd Mike, Michael Anthony, They Kiss, Downupright, Harry “the Bigdog” Jamison, DJ Tiger, DJ Aleksandra, 22Bullets, Carlo Astuti, Mr Jammer, Kevin Krissen, Amir Sharara, Coke Beats, Danny Darko, DJ Platurn, Tyler Stone, Chris Coco, Purple Fly, Dan Marciano, Johan Blende, Amber Long, Robot Koch, Robert Babicz, KHAG3, Elohim, Hausman, Jaxx & Vega, Yves V, Ayokay, Leandro Da Silva, The Space Brothers, Jarod Glawe, Jens Lissat, Lotus, Beard-o-Bees, Luke the Knife, Alex Bau, Arroyo Low, Camo & Crooked, ANG, Amon Tobin, Voicians, Florian Kruse, Dave Summit, Bingo Players, Coke Beats, MiMOSA, Drasen, Yves LaRock, Ray Okpara, Lindsey Stirling, Mako, Distinct, Still Life, Saint Kidyaki, Brothers, Heiko Laux, Retroid, Piem, Tocadisco, Nakadia, Protoculture, Sebastian Bronk, Toronto is Broken, Teddy Cream, Mizeyesis, Simon Patterson, Morgan Page, Jes, Cut Chemist, The Him, Judge Jules, DubFX, Thievery Corporation, SNBRN, Bjorn Akesson, Alchimyst, Sander Van Dorn, Rudosa, Hollaphonic, DJs From Mars, GAWP, Somna, David Morales, Roxanne, JB & Scooba, Spektral, Kissy Sell Out, Massimo Vivona, Moullinex, Futuristic Polar Bears, ManyFew, Joe Stone, Reboot, Truncate, Scotty Boy, Doctor Nieman, Jody Wisternoff, Thousand Fingers, Benny Bennasi, Dance Loud, Christopher Lawrence, Oliver Twizt, Ricardo Torres, Patricia Baloge, Alex Harrington, 4 Strings, Sunshine Jones, Elite Force, Revolvr, Kenneth Thomas, Paul Oakenfold, George Acosta, Reid Speed, TyDi, Donald Glaude, Jimbo, Ricardo Torres, Hotel Garuda, Bryn Liedl, Rodg, Kems, Mr. Sam, Steve Aoki, Funtcase, Dirtyloud, Marco Bailey, Dirtmonkey, The Crystal Method, Beltek, Darin Epsilon, Kyau & Albert, Kutski, Vaski, Moguai, Blackliquid, Sunny Lax, Matt Darey, and many more. In addition to featuring international artists TDJS focuses on local talent based on the US West Coast. Hundreds of local DJ's have been featured on the show along with top industry professionals. We have recently launched v3.1 our website that now features our current live streams/past episodes in a much more user-friendly mobile/social environment. In addition to the new site, there is a mobile app (Apple/Android) and VR Nightclubs (Oculus).   About The DJ Sessions Event Services - TDJSES is a WA State Non-profit charitable organization that's main purpose is to provide music, art, fashion, dance, and entertainment to local and regional communities via events and video production programming distributed via live and archival viewing. For all press inquiries regarding “The DJ Sessions”, or to schedule an interview with Darran Bruce, please contact us at info@thedjsessions.

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Quiz and Hers
S18 E8 - Hallie and Justin Get (Birth) Stoned, Part 2

Quiz and Hers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 47:36


This week, Hallie concludes her two-part, 12-question game, with six more trivia questions about birthstones! We also polish off some discussions about video games, quirky music, and some very depressing literature.3:22: Q1 (Movies & TV): What Australian actress who shares a name with July's birthstone first became famous for her role in season three of Orange is the New Black?8:28: Q2 (Everything Else): Peridot, the birthstone for August, is a variety of what mineral, named for its color which resembles that of a fruit used mainly for making oil?14:12: Q3 (Arts & Literature): Ramona Lofton, the author of the novel Push, is better known by what name, also the birthstone for September?21:50: Q4 (Sports & Games): In what video game franchise's The Black Knight, a follow-up to the game the Secret Rings, do you collect opals, which is October's birthstone?31:52: Q5 (Music): Topaz, November's birthstone, is a lesser known song by what new wave band, better known for the songs “Love Shack” and “Rock Lobster”?39:14: Q6 (Times & Places): What ancient Native American culture from the area that is now the Four-Corners region of the United States made many items from turquoise, December's birthstone?Theme music: "Thinking it Over" by Lee Rosevere, licensed under CC BY 2.0E-Mail: quizandhers@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quizandhers/Twitter: https://twitter.com/quizandhersInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/quizandhers/Time Sensitive Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/time-sensitive/id1452429903Snehi on Twitter: @snehi_rgfan

About Last Night
#679 - Jason Biggs

About Last Night

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 133:06


Jason Biggs ( American Pie, Saving Silverman, Orange is The New Black ) makes his ALN debut to talk his childhood acting days, Mom sacrifices, being cast in American Pie, the pie phenomenon, 90's Hollywood, and how he and Adam met through Instagram. Banger episode from top to bottom. Enjoy, and follow Jason on IG @biggsjason. About Last Night's Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/alnpodcast About Last Night's Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/alnpodcast/ Adam's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/adamraycomedy/ Adam's Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/adamraycomedy/ Adam's Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AdamRayComedy/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wife of the party
# 249 - Ila Kreischer

Wife of the party

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 104:06


Today, I sit down with my daughter, Ila. We talk about how's she's feeling about her sister moving away for college, dyslexia, Ila's jiu-jitsu, Game of Thrones, my childhood, and much more!      Our next book club will be “Orange is the New Black” by Piper Kerman   This episode is brought to you by Hello Fresh. Go to http://www.hellofresh.com/wife65 for 65% off plus free shipping!   This episode is brought to you by DockATot. Use the code “WIFE” at http://www.dockatot.com for 15% off. Parenting is hard, DockATot makes it easier.    I have WOTP merch! You can buy a brand new Wife of the Party mug, shirt, or a tote bag at https://bertyboyproductions.com/wife-of-the-party    If you have any questions you would like me to answer on the podcast feel free to email me from my website at https://bertyboyproductions.com/wife-of-the-party    I have new Freewaters slides! Check them out here: https://freewaters.com/products/the-berty-slide-womens-sandal    Check out the new Wife of the Party Facebook groups here: https://www.facebook.com/wifeotp/groups    Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast!

No Time to be Timid
Episode 8: Failure is Your Friend.

No Time to be Timid

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 34:07


Episode 8: Failure is Your Friend.Hilary Graham is one of the hardest working artists I know and she's learned to build failure into her writing process. Her talent and perseverance has landed her in Hollywood, where she's worked on some of the top shows, including "Bones"and "Orange is the New Black," and she was the show runner for the Netflix series "Social Distance." Join us as she talks about overcoming obstacles and the challenges and rewards of writing for TV and film.Follow Hilary on Instagram @HilaryGraham.Watch Social DistanceCheck out Brad Montague's workLearn more about:Ross McElweeRob MossJenji KohanAnd a blast from the past: Stephen J. Cannell title card

The Ari Hoffman Show
Jeremy Piven at Tacoma Comedy Club This Week

The Ari Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 10:08


It's Ari Hoffman vs Ari Gold! Jeremy Piven is our guest to talk about his upcoming run of shows at Tacoma Comedy Club this week. Check out TacomaComedyClub.com for more details and tickets, including VIP packages that include a meet & greet. A household name for his 2x Golden Globe and 3x Emmy Award-winning performance playing the fast-talking, acerbic Hollywood agent

CooperTalk
Deirdre Lovejoy - Episode 935

CooperTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 45:53


Steve Cooper talks with actor Deirdre Lovejoy. Deirdre is best known for her roles as Rhonda Pearlman on HBO's iconic series The Wire and Cynthia Panabaker on The Blacklist. Some of her other TV and film credits include Law & Order: SVU, Big Dogs, Raising Dion, Trollville, The Good Fight, NCIS: New Orleans, I Am Elizabeth Smart, Bull, Elementary, Shameless, American Gothic, Thirsty, Orange Is the New Black, Girls, American Horror Story, Bad Teacher, Bones, The Stepfather and Criminal Minds. She has also appeared in four Broadway productions including Nora Ephron's Lucky Guy starring Tom Hanks. 

Wife of the party
# 248 - Kirsten

Wife of the party

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 79:32


Today, I sit down with my friend, Kirsten. We talk about Kirstens heart condition, people pleasing, taking care of yourself, self esteem being tied to productivity, Georgia's car getting stolen, living with invisible illness, and much more!    Our next book club will be “Orange is the New Black” by Piper Kerman   I have WOTP merch! You can buy a brand new Wife of the Party mug, shirt, or a tote bag at https://bertyboyproductions.com/wife-of-the-party    If you have any questions you would like me to answer on the podcast feel free to email me from my website at https://bertyboyproductions.com/wife-of-the-party    I have new Freewaters slides! Check them out here: https://freewaters.com/products/the-berty-slide-womens-sandal    Check out the new Wife of the Party Facebook groups here: https://www.facebook.com/wifeotp/groups    Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast!

Wife of the party
# 247 - Paulina Pinsky

Wife of the party

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 114:32


Today, I sit down with Paulina Pinsky. We talk about zodiac signs, sobriety, living in the 4,5,6, menopause, trusting yourself, and much more!     Paulia is doing an “Artists Way” workshop January-March and WOTP is sponsoring a scholarship. To apply, go to https://www.paulinapinsky.com     Our next book club will be “Orange is the New Black” by Piper Kerman   I have WOTP merch! You can buy a brand new Wife of the Party mug, shirt, or a tote bag at https://bertyboyproductions.com/wife-of-the-party    If you have any questions you would like me to answer on the podcast feel free to email me from my website at https://bertyboyproductions.com/wife-of-the-party    I have new Freewaters slides! Check them out here: https://freewaters.com/products/the-berty-slide-womens-sandal    Check out the new Wife of the Party Facebook groups here: https://www.facebook.com/wifeotp/groups    Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast!

Fat Leonard
Introducing "Corinna and The King", Coming Soon

Fat Leonard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 3:24


This week on Brazen Presents, we share the trailer for Corinna and the King, a new eight-part series from Project Brazen and PRX. When Corinna, a worldly and well-connected businesswoman, fell in love with Juan Carlos I, the King of Spain, he seemed too big to fail. Their secret romance stretched across continents, but its unraveling would open a window into a dangerous world of greed, corruption, and crime. Vast pools of hidden wealth; international espionage and conspiracy; scandal, elephant hunting, and unstoppable lust… all tracing back to one of the most secretive royalties in the world. The podcast will be available in both English and Spanish. In English, Corinna and The King is narrated by “Vida” and “Riverdale” star Mishel Prada. The Spanish-language version, Corinna y El Rey, is narrated by “Orange is the New Black” actress Laura Gómez. Subscribe to Corinna and the King, coming November 7th, 2022. To find out more, visit www.corinnaandtheking.com

Adoption: The Making of Me
S3 Ep. 3: Danielle

Adoption: The Making of Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 61:50


In this episode, Sarah and Louise continue Season Three with a discussion of the first adoptee memoir in a three-part series - starting with "The Mistress's Daughter" by A.M. Homes. They then speak with Danielle Gaudette.Danielle's vision is a healthier, happier, and more peaceful world starting from within. Bringing over two decades as a senior instructor, healer, and trainer, she's currently Regional Director of WA state's Body & Brain Yoga Center. Born in Manhattan, NY, she was adopted at 10 days old, growing up with her adopted parents, later reconnecting at 21 years old with her biological mother actress Kate Mulgrew from the hit series TV sitcom Orange is the New Black and Star Trek Voyager. As a highly sensitive person from a young age along with a deep concern for the state of our planet--these two qualities propelled her on a long journey in search for inner peace. Danielle's passion is helping people awaken their bodies and minds to meet their true nature, specializing in emotional management, brain management, aligning the mind, body, heart, and soul. If you'd like to read along with Sarah and Louise, go here: The Mistress's Daughter by A.M. HomesIf you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy, Kristan Higgins and Lisa Thompson.Support the showSupport the show

Wife of the party
# 246 - Ruth

Wife of the party

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 65:06 Very Popular


Today, I sit down with my friend, Ruth. Ruth is our long time house/dog sitter. We talk about her life as a full time house sitter, her documentary, how she started house sitting, feeling purpose, her mental health journey, and much more!   This episode is also brought to you by Factor. Go to go.factor75.com/wife60 and use the code “wife60” for 60% off your first box.   Our next book club will be “Orange is the New Black” by Piper Kerman   I have WOTP merch! You can buy a brand new Wife of the Party mug, shirt, or a tote bag at https://bertyboyproductions.com/wife-of-the-party    If you have any questions you would like me to answer on the podcast feel free to email me from my website at https://bertyboyproductions.com/wife-of-the-party    I have new Freewaters slides! Check them out here: https://freewaters.com/products/the-berty-slide-womens-sandal    Check out the new Wife of the Party Facebook groups here: https://www.facebook.com/wifeotp/groups    Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast!

ON THE CALL
ON THE CALL - JENEVIEVE BREWER

ON THE CALL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 22:41


JENEVIEVE BREWER: From a college major in Communications to a minor in film, Jenevieve began her professional career as an intern in the writing division at ABC's soaps, such as: “All My Children” then to “One Life to Live” and progressed to producing for Soap Central/SoapNet's “Days of our Lives”. She became a children's agent at Abrams Artists Agency, then moved to begin a new modeling, commercial and print division at the Carson Kolker Agency, which she developed for 10 years, before turning to managing at Terrific Talent, followed by setting out to form her own company JB Talent Management in 2015. This then began her travels overseas for projects, as well as teaching programs, working with children to overcome diversity challenges. Among her clients were: Joseph D'Onofrio, who is known for playing young Tommy in Goodfellas; Nicholas Alexander Chavez, who plays Spencer Cassadine on General Hospital; and Lauren C. Mayhew, who played Melanie Garrett on Dexter and Leo Cheng on the “L Word” . She loved working on projects such as: “Unstoppable, The Musical” with the children of Haven Kids Rock under casting director and musician, Nef Jones and with Carly Sullivan, activist, actress and producer on her “Marginalized Murder” series. Additionally, she helped clients secure recurring and guest-starring roles on numerous episodics such as Law and Order: SVU, Limitless, Power, Orange Is The New Black, Gotham, FBI: Most Wanted! and Difficult People. In features, her clients booked roles in projects such as Southpaw, Uncut Gems, Run All Night and The Intern. Brewer also landed national commercials for clients with the likes of Coke, Verizon, Bank of America, Chanel, Nike, PNC Bank, Merrill Lynch and Old Navy. Jenevieve was not only a major agent, talent manager and producer, but a vibrant energetic force, a light of enthusiasm, real, down-to-earth, forthrightness, deeply personal care, passion, an empathetic activist in the LGBTQ+ community, advocate for the underdog and had a keen sense of duty towards diversity. A woman of faith, she loved to laugh! She loved animals and swam every day for her personal joy and wellness, giving to St.Jude's and the Food Banks. A woman of peace she yearned for that across the divide in this country. Beloved Jenevieve, was a longtime NCOPM member (National Conference of Personal Managers), gaining the respect from both her clients and peers nationally and internationally…….. Jenevieve Brewer passed away suddenly on October 14, 2021…... “Since you came into my life in 2003, you have been my strongest advocate in the business, pushing me to do things I didn't imagine I could do. Even with my podcast, absolutely without a question coming on. I'm so sorry you were not able to see the end result, after all your encouragement to write it, throughout the years, but I am so very happy to have our story in it. I can still hear your voice and chuckle. I miss your “Hi Oz” greeting on the phone, your “xoxo” and your “I love you” with the heart emojis, at the end of your emails. Your light will never be dimmed in my heart, JEN!” I LOVE YOU! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ozzie-stewart/support

KCBS Radio In Depth
Understanding America's "viral underclass"

KCBS Radio In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 28:00


When Covid-19 struck some referred to it as “the great equalizer.” After all, every one of us humans can catch a virus. But over the past two and a half years it's become more than clear that there is nothing equal about how this infection has spread. On this edition of KCBS In Depth, we discuss those who have borne the brunt of this pandemic: The people who didn't get to work from home, who lived in cramped communal apartments, or who couldn't get time off to get a vaccine. Our guest for this episode calls this group the "viral underclass," and he's written a new book that explores the many ways that our Covid policy has let them down.  Guest: Steven Thrasher, journalism professor, Northwestern University | author, "The Viral Underclass: The Human Toll When Inequality and Disease Collide"  Host: Keith Menconi  October 19th: Steven Thrasher will make an appearance at Book Passage at the SF Ferry Building this Wednesday at 5 p.m. He'll be in conversation with Piper Kerman, author of Orange Is the New Black. Learn more at BookPassage.com  

The Collection with Brad Gilmore

Andi Matichak is an American actress. She first appeared in television series such as 666 Park Avenue, Orange Is the New Black and Blue Bloods, before making her film debut as Allyson Nelson in the horror film Halloween and its sequels.

Very Nearly Almost
Actor Jillian Sayegh on the Power & Pain of Curly Hair

Very Nearly Almost

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 35:22


In this episode, actor Jillian Sayegh joins Lindsey for a conversation about the struggles she's experienced accepting her curly hair and paving a professional and personal path that refuses to be built on people pleasing. Sayegh has appeared on Saturday Night Live, Orange Is the New Black, Gotham and more. She's done print work for brands such as Dr. Teals and has partnered with DevaCurl. Sayegh has also been a stand-in for stars on shows like Quantico, Search Party and more. Follow her @jilliansayegh and @mysmallbiteofthebigapple. 

Wicked Horror Show
WHS presents: actor, director, writer Richard Masur!

Wicked Horror Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 83:34


We are honored to welcome actor, director, and writer Richard Masur! You know Richard from movies like The Thing, IT, My Girl, my Girl 2, Multiplicity, Risky Business and so much more. Richard has also acted in numerous legendary TV shows like All In the Family, One Day at a Time, Rhoda, All My Children, and Orange is the new Black. Masur has been active in the theatre with increasing frequency. His Broadway debut was in The Changing Room by David Storey (1973). More recently, Masur returned to Broadway in Michael Frayn's Democracy (2004-05), and, among his many off-Broadway and regional theatre appearances, are recent major roles in A Feminine Ending by Sarah Treem (Playwrights Horizons - 2007), and Mike Leigh's Two Thousand Years (The New Group - 2008). This episode is sponsored by Deadly Grounds Coffee, head over to https://deadlygroundscoffee.com/ and grab a bag if you want to support the show head over to http://tee.pub/lic/xagxfUg22qI and grab a shirt! We are part of The Dorkening Podcast Network https://www.thedorkeningpodcastnetwork.com/ Find out more at https://wicked-horror-show.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/wicked-horror-show/954a56fc-959b-43f0-a62b-5eb5e9d97960

No Rest for the Weekend
Episode 1205: Catherine Curtin

No Rest for the Weekend

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 34:17


On this episode actor Catherine Curtin (Stranger Things, Orange is the New Black, Homeland) tells us how she landed the role of Dustin's mom on Stranger Things and gives her advice for aspiring actors. Show theme by Christopher Gillard Created & Hosted by Jason Godbey

Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg
343. Alysia Reiner on Using Her Voice as an Artivist to Tackle the Climate Crisis

Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 45:10


On "Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg," Dani speaks with actress, producer, and activist Alysia Reiner. Known for her roles on Orange Is the New Black, Better Things, and more, Reiner discusses what motivates her to combine her love of the arts and advocacy, how she hopes to address food and plastic waste on sets, and why she tries to lovingly inspire, not scare, others to take action.    While you're listening, subscribe, rate, and review the show; it would mean the world to us to have your feedback. You can listen to “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” wherever you consume your podcasts.

Ojai: Talk of the Town
Studio Artists' New Crew with Christopher Noxon

Ojai: Talk of the Town

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 72:01


A long-time visitor, author and illustrator Christopher Noxon moved to Ojai full-time three years and got busy right away with volunteering and sharing his talents. He joined the Ojai Studio Artist as one of the 17 new artists this year. The Tour is free this year and takes place October 8-10. We discuss the great expansion of the tour from 50 to 67 artists, how the group has made a major resurgence in recent years and why it is so important to the community. The author of four books and many feature articles for the New York Times, The New Yorker magazine and Los Angeles Times, he worked in journalism for many years, and was also "domestic first responder," raising his two sons, when his ex-wife's career as a writer, show creator and showrunner, "Weeds" and "Orange is the New Black," took off. As a long-form feature journalist he has broken important stories, such as being the first to report on Mel Gibson's ties to an ultraconservative Catholic sect. Noxon's book, "Good Trouble: Lessons from the Civil Rights Playbook," caused controversy recently, having been banned by conservative school board members in Virginia Beach. We talk about Ojai's changing cultural landscape since the pandemic and the surge of youthful energy, the importance of art to Ojai's identity, and much more. We also talk candidly and with great sincerity about loss, grief and finding your way forward. We did not talk about gesso recipes, the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows or David Milch's posthumous memoir. For more check out Christopher's content-rich website, christophernoxon.com or the Ojai Studio Artists' at ojaistudioartists.org You can also find him on Instagram @ noxonpics

Morenita
41. Act Your Heart Out w/ Michael Castillejos

Morenita

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 37:23


Darilyn is sitting down this time to chat with Tony darling Michael Castillejo. He's been on Orange is the New Black, FBI, New Amsterdam, and now he's going on a much-needed vacation. But we're chatting about everything that lead to the here and now. Join us! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dirty Lie Podcast
Narcos Nigeria: Drug Lords in the Legislature

The Dirty Lie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 50:13


Did a Nigerian lawmaker's (alleged) criminal empire inspire Netflix's first blockbuster, Orange is the New Black?  Were Nigerian lawmakers caught with their pants down on an official trip to the United States? And which Nigerian woman inspired the US Drug Enforcement Agency to work with multiple countries in a bid to bring down their heroin empire?  This week on The Dirty Lie Podcast; politics, drugs, and corruption. We examine the alleged relationship between drugs lords and some Nigerian power players …….did we say alleged? Well just in case we didn't, allegedly.   This Weeks figures: Senator Buruji Kashamu, James F. Entwistle, Marion Barry.   

That One Audition with Alyshia Ochse
RERUN | Selenis Levya — No One Can Tell You It's “Not For You”

That One Audition with Alyshia Ochse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 81:21


Actress, author, and activist, Selenis Leyva believes that the desire to perform is something that you're born with, a passion that lies within your genes. Born in the Bronx, it was clear from the start that Selenis had a thirst for learning the craft when at age 14, she asked to use the school auditorium to create a drama class for herself and a group of her fellow classmates. Today, she recalls a defining moment in her youth where she was told that her dream of pursuing education in the arts was “not for you” and how this pivotal moment gave her the motivation to go forward with the mindset of “Just watch me.” Selenis captivated audiences with her riveting and layered performance as Gloria Mendoza in Netflix's hit show, “Orange is the New Black.” What started as a dayplayer role that her agent advised her to pass on, became a fully fledged character she created off of a breakdown that simply read, “Gloria Mendoza, Latina.” Today, we'll hear about her journey navigating an industry where Selenis recognized a lack of Latinx representation on screen and how that was reflected early on in her career in the types of roles she was called in for. Over the course of her 20 year career, Selenis has continued to challenge the idea of what others labeled as “not for you” and has used her platform to shine a light on the stories of others who are often excluded from the table. She has achieved this not only on screen, but also through the publishing of a book co written with her sister, Marizol Leyva, titled, “My Sister: How One Sibling's Transition Changed Us Both.” Selenis has a kindness and self confidence that radiates to those around her when sharing advice for up and coming actors. Above all else, she emphasizes the importance of believing in yourself. With self respect and self love, she says, that's all that's needed to want the best for yourself and to settle for nothing less. Show Links: ENROLL NOW: Comedy 101 [LIVE CLASS] Starting September 8th, 2022 INSTAGRAM: @alyshiaochse INSTAGRAM: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com ITUNES: Subscribe to That One Audition on iTunes SPOTIFY: Subscribe to That One Audition on Spotify STITCHER: Subscribe to That One Audition on Stitcher Guest links: IMDB: Selenis Leyva INSTAGRAM: @selenisleyvaofficial TWITTER: @selenis_leyva AMAZON: My Sister: How One Sibling's Transition Changed Us Both Credits: WRITER: Erin McCluskey SOUND DESIGN: Zachary Jameson WEBSITE & GRAPHICS: Chase Jennings ASSISTANT: Elle Powell SOCIAL OUTREACH: Bebe Katsenes

Backstory Sessions
Bagels to Burritos

Backstory Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 85:38


Hello again Backstory fans! In this episode we chat with actor, writer, and director Bret Lada. He has appeared in many network tv shows, such as Law and Order, Orange is the New Black, and others. Bret's film, “The Andy Baker Tape” tells the story of 2 half brothers who are food bloggers, and through a series of twists and turns, end up going missing during a road trip chronicled by one of the brothers. Bret talks about the genesis of the project, the issues he and his team ran into while filming, as well as the long process in getting the film edited, music scored, and a host of other topics. It's a great look into taking a film project from concept to completion on a small budget, and the highs and lows of it all. Lots of interesting insights from this great guest. This episode also brings an end to Season 6. We chat a bit about the season, and share some of our favorite happenings, and give very vague hints about what's coming next season. We want to thank our guests from this season, and also you our listeners. Our guests are appreciated for their time and willingness to tell their stories, and our listeners for, well, listening, and providing feedback, and stories of thier own. We are forever grateful! Wel will return on Sept 25th with a new season, and more great Backstorys!

W2M Network
TV Party Tonight: Orange is the New Black (season 4)

W2M Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 150:58


Original Airdate 6/23/16 Sean Comer and mark Radulich return to Litchfield to review season 4 of the Netflix original series, Orange is the New Black. Orange Is the New Black (often abbreviated to OITNB) is an American comedy-drama series created by Jenji Kohan. The series, produced by Tilted Productions in association with Lionsgate Television, is based on Piper Kerman's memoir, Orange Is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison (2010), about her experiences at FCI Danbury, a minimum-security federal prison. Orange Is the New Black is streamed on Netflix, and premiered on July 11, 2013. The series' fourth season was released on June 17, 2016.

Off The Page
Episode 17 - Journalist Keri Blakinger on her memoir "Corrections in Ink"

Off The Page

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 29:30


Host Crystal Sarakas talks with Keri Blakinger, the author of CORRECTIONS IN INK, a memoir that details her life from being a figure skating competitor with an eating disorder, to her life as an addict, her arrest and time spent in prison, and her life after prison. Piper Kerman, author of ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK says that CORRECTIONS IN INK is "a groundbreaking debut from an extraordinary writer." Keri Blakinger wrote for the Ithaca Voice, the Houston Chronicle, and she's now a reporter covering prisons and jails for The Marshall Project. As a content note, this interview does touch on addiction and suicidal ideation. It contains details that may be upsetting to some listeners.

Movie Trailer Reviews

If there's one thing we hate here on Movie Trailer Reviews are films that have surprisingly good casts but a script that let's that cast go to waste. Samaritan is one of those films. Let's be clear here. At no point should anyone not looking at the cast list come into this film expecting a whole lot. The premise for this film feels like MGM wanting to cash in on superhero films without doing any work. You have an aging superhero, a society on the verge of collapse and a young kid who wants to believe in heroes. We've seen this before. But then you start looking at the cast list and you start thinking "well...maybe this will be good." Unfortunately the script is absolutely terrible.  This film manages to waste Pilou Asbaek (Euron fucking Greyjoy) in a villain role. Sophia Tatum's character could have been an interesting second villain but is wasted. Dascha Polanco from Orange is the New Black is also underused. Oh and Shameik Moore (Dope and the voice of Miles Morales) is in this film and you'll probably not really notice him at all. It's a travesty all around. Sylvester Stallone actually isn't bad in this movie and does a pretty good job playing the "I'm too old for this shit" main character. Had he had more interactions with some of the aforementioned characters, this movie probably would have been much better. Instead he's forced to interact with Javon Walton's character who is written to be an annoying child character. There's a lot of other things wrong with this film but the underused cast is the most glaring. The best thing this movie has going for it is that it's playing on Amazon Video so you don't have to leave your house to see it and you're not out any cash if you just turn it off.   Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Follow us on Twitter: @Phenomblak @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork   Our shirts are now on TeePublic.  https://teepublic.com/stores/mtr-network   Want more podcast greatness? Sign up for a MTR Premium Account!  

MTR Network Main Feed
Samaritan - Movie Trailer Reviews

MTR Network Main Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 30:45


If there's one thing we hate here on Movie Trailer Reviews are films that have surprisingly good casts but a script that let's that cast go to waste. Samaritan is one of those films. Let's be clear here. At no point should anyone not looking at the cast list come into this film expecting a whole lot. The premise for this film feels like MGM wanting to cash in on superhero films without doing any work. You have an aging superhero, a society on the verge of collapse and a young kid who wants to believe in heroes. We've seen this before. But then you start looking at the cast list and you start thinking "well...maybe this will be good." Unfortunately the script is absolutely terrible.  This film manages to waste Pilou Asbaek (Euron fucking Greyjoy) in a villain role. Sophia Tatum's character could have been an interesting second villain but is wasted. Dascha Polanco from Orange is the New Black is also underused. Oh and Shameik Moore (Dope and the voice of Miles Morales) is in this film and you'll probably not really notice him at all. It's a travesty all around. Sylvester Stallone actually isn't bad in this movie and does a pretty good job playing the "I'm too old for this shit" main character. Had he had more interactions with some of the aforementioned characters, this movie probably would have been much better. Instead he's forced to interact with Javon Walton's character who is written to be an annoying child character. There's a lot of other things wrong with this film but the underused cast is the most glaring. The best thing this movie has going for it is that it's playing on Amazon Video so you don't have to leave your house to see it and you're not out any cash if you just turn it off.   Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Follow us on Twitter: @Phenomblak @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork   Our shirts are now on TeePublic.  https://teepublic.com/stores/mtr-network   Want more podcast greatness? Sign up for a MTR Premium Account!  

That's Messed Up: An SVU Podcast
Undercover Mother

That's Messed Up: An SVU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 123:31 Very Popular


Today's episode includes a recap of “Undercover Mother” (Season 16, Episode 15), the story of the disappearance of Marita Verón, and a chat with the wonderful Laura Gómez (Orange Is the New Black).SOURCES:BBCGlamourTip HeroesNY TimesWHAT WOULD SISTER PEG DO: The National Human Trafficking Hotlinehttps://humantraffickinghotline.org/Next week's episode will be “Criminal” (Season 5, Episode 21).See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Before The Break
71. Dionne Audain "It's What My Soul Wants To Do"

Before The Break

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 69:40


This week on BEFORE THE BREAK, the boys sit down with actor, Dionne Audain. She has had guest star roles on such shows as Grey's Anatomy, Station 19, SWAT, How To Get Away With Murder, Orange Is The New Black, and House of Cards. We discuss growing up as a performer on the island of Montserrat, moving to NYC as a child, getting into acting after college, leaving her past life to pursue acting, years of hustling, relocating to L.A., how a terrible bike accident changed her life, starting a spiritual journey of healing, and how stepping up in her craft led to major career progress. That and much more!Follow Before The Break - on Instagram at @beforethebreakpodon Twitter at @b4thebreakpodhttps://beforethebreak.buzzsprout.com/Follow Dionne -on Instagram at @iamdionneaudainFollow Tommy -on Instagram at @imtommybythewayhttps://www.tommybeardmore.com/Follow Adam -on Instagram at @thatadamdecarlohttp://adamdecarlo.com/Don't forget to subscribe, leave a review, and give us a rating!

Actors With Issues, with Juan Ayala
125. Dascha Polanco (Prime Video's Samaritan)

Actors With Issues, with Juan Ayala

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 8:47


This week we are joined by “Orange Is The New Black” and “In The Heights” star Dascha Polanco, who talk about her role in the Prime Video original movie “Samaritan” where she plays TIffany, a single mother to a young boy (Javon ‘Wanna' Walton) who discovers a real life superhero, known as Samaritan (Sylvester Stallone), who was believed to have to have gone missing during an epic battle years earlier, is in fact still alive. Dascha shares her reaction to booking the role, the strong women in her own life she pulled inspiration from to play Tiffany, and why self-confidence is crucial for everyone pursuing a career in the arts. Thanks for tuning in! If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode!

The Drew Barrymore Show
Taylor Schilling Found a Newfound Respect for Pamela Anderson Starring in "Pam and Tommy"

The Drew Barrymore Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 6:34


Taylor Schilling talks to Drew about her biopic series, "Pam and Tommy," and how understanding the background of the story gave her much respect for what Pamala Anderson went through. She also gives an inside look into "Orange is the New Black."See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sarah's Book Shelves Live
Ep. 119: Keri Blakinger (Author of Corrections in Ink)

Sarah's Book Shelves Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 49:53 Very Popular


In Episode 119, Keri Blakinger joins me to discuss her debut memoir, Corrections in Ink, a mind-blowing personal story, also speaks to the broader issues of addiction and women in the prison system. Keri went from being an elite figure skater in her youth to being arrested for possession of heroin while a student at Cornell, and then serving two years in the New York prison system. In her memoir, Keri is self-reflective, sharing what is ultimately a hopeful and redemptive story, despite the dark places it goes along the way. This post contains affiliate links, through which I make a small commission when you make a purchase (at no cost to you!). Highlights When and why Keri decided to share her story in book form. How the pandemic impacted her journalism career and writing her memoir. The connection between her figure skating, her mental health, and her drug addiction. Some of the bigger surprises she experienced in prison. How Keri thinks she managed to overcome the statistics and “make good on a second chance.” An example of the ways inmates work around some of the arbitrary and unwritten rules of jail. All about ‘books in jail': requesting and ordering books, time allotted to reading, access, and prison libraries. Keri's personal reading experience in jail and covering this topic as a journalist. Current issues Keri is investigating within the prison system. Keri's Book Recommendations [32:02] Two OLD Books She Loves Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro | Amazon | Bookshop.org [32:17] The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein | Amazon | Bookshop.org [33:56] Two NEW Books She Loves Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing by Lauren Hough | Amazon | Bookshop.org [37:30] Breathing Fire by Jaime Lowe | Amazon | Bookshop.org [39:33] One Book She DIDN'T LOVE Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn | Amazon | Bookshop.org [41:47] One NEW RELEASE She's Excited About A Deal with the Devil by Pamela Colloff (November 2023) | [44:04] Last 5-Star Book Keri Read Mexican Gothic by Sylvia Moreno-Garcia | Amazon | Bookshop.org [47:20] Other Books Mentioned On Lynchings by Ida B. Wells-Barnett (new edition on November 15, 2022)  [26:43] Blood in the Water by Heather Ann Thompson [27:13] The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern [29:30] The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger [29:42] Orange Is the New Black by Piper Kerman [30:28] The Keep by Jennifer Egan [30:32] About Keri Blakinger Website | Twitter | Instagram Keri Blakinger is a Texas-based investigative reporter and the author of the Corrections in Ink, a memoir tracing her path from figure skating to heroin addiction to prison and, finally, to life as a journalist covering mass incarceration.  Currently reporting for The Marshall Project, her work covering criminal justice, has previously appeared in VICE, the New York Daily News, the BBC, and The New York Times. She previously worked for the Houston Chronicle and was a member of the Chronicle‘s Pulitzer-finalist team in 2018.  Her 2019 coverage of women's jails for The Washington Post Magazine helped earn a National Magazine Award.

We Have the Receipts
Can You Build an 'Instant Dream Home' in 12 Hours? ft. Exec Producer Tom Forman

We Have the Receipts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 49:04


From simple fixes to major overhauls, we are living for home renovation shows lately…especially when they're part home renovation show, part heist movie! In the upcoming series Instant Dream Home (hosted by Danielle Brooks aka Taystee from Orange is the New Black, thank you very much) a group of families are in for the surprise of their lives as their homes are totally transformed in 12 LITERAL HOURS. Executive Producer Tom Forman joins Chris and Lauren to tell us how he pitched the show, how they chose eight families out of the thousands of applicants, and how they managed to pull off what seems like mission impossible time and time again!  Send all of your burning questions, either as an email or selfie video to receipts@kastmedia.com. Or, leave us a voicemail at https://www.speakpipe.com/receipts. You can also slide into our DMs with your questions! Lauren Speed-Hamilton - https://www.instagram.com/need4lspeed/ Chris Burns - https://www.instagram.com/fatcarriebradshaw/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Melissa Rivers' Group Text Podcast
Alysia Reiner- Queen of Sustainability

Melissa Rivers' Group Text Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 34:21


Today's guest's roles have taken her everywhere: to a women's prison in Orange is the New Black, seedy Los Angeles in Better Things, and most recently to the multiverse as Agent Deever in Ms. Marvel. She has also partnered with Izzy Zero Waste Beauty, a clean, cruelty-free, and endlessly refillable beauty line to promote sustainability.Izzy Zero Waste BeautyA Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Arroe Collins
Play It Forward Episode 470 With Actor Mike Cabellon From Mr Mayor

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 20:07


This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 470 With Actor Mike Cabellon From Mr. Mayor Mike can be seen reprising his fan-favorite role as Chief Strategist Tommy Tomás in season two of NBC's hit comedy series, "Mr. Mayor," opposite Ted Danson and Holly Hunter. Created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, "Mr. Mayor" follows a retired businessman (Danson) who runs for mayor of Los Angeles to prove he's "still got it." Season two of "Mr. Mayor" premieres on NBC on March 15, 2022. Additional acting credits for Mike include Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black," the HBO dramedies "High Maintenance," and "Crashing," as well as guest appearances in NBC's "New Amsterdam" and Netflix's "Luke Cage."

Arroe Collins
Play It Forward Episode 470 With Actor Mike Cabellon From Mr Mayor

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 20:07


This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 470 With Actor Mike Cabellon From Mr. Mayor Mike can be seen reprising his fan-favorite role as Chief Strategist Tommy Tomás in season two of NBC's hit comedy series, "Mr. Mayor," opposite Ted Danson and Holly Hunter. Created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, "Mr. Mayor" follows a retired businessman (Danson) who runs for mayor of Los Angeles to prove he's "still got it." Season two of "Mr. Mayor" premieres on NBC on March 15, 2022. Additional acting credits for Mike include Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black," the HBO dramedies "High Maintenance," and "Crashing," as well as guest appearances in NBC's "New Amsterdam" and Netflix's "Luke Cage."

TSC News - The Sports Courier
Actress Catherine Curtin on Stranger Things, OITNB, Activism

TSC News - The Sports Courier

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 33:40


TSC News TV host Fred Richani interviews Stranger Things actress Catherine Curtin about playing Dustin Henderson's mom Claudia, being honored at the Long Island International Film Expo, her roles in groundbreaking series Orange is The New Black on Netflix and Issa Rae's Insecure on HBO, her activism, as well as her standout performances in indie films i18½, Triple Threat, and Werewolves Within!  ✅Follow Catherine: https://www.instagram.com/catecurtin/ ✅Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/TSCGaming

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad
THE PADULA SHOW -- ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 5:34


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Ground Control Parenting with Carol Sutton Lewis
Open and Honest Parenting with Lorraine Toussaint

Ground Control Parenting with Carol Sutton Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 45:57


Lorraine Toussaint, star of The Equalizer and Orange is the New Black, joins Carol to talk about the benefits and challenges of being open and vulnerable with your children.  Lorraine and Carol discuss how to practice healthy and honest communication with your kids in an age appropriate way that meets them at their own emotional level. They talk about the best ways to get your point across while considering your child's needs and how this can strengthen your family's relationship.  Lorraine recounts her own life and parenting experiences with taking accountability, knowing how to apologize, and setting an example of honesty for her child to follow. She shares how vital it is to cultivate a home where children feel seen, heard, and loved, and speaks to her own transformation turning her challenges growing up in Trinidad into lessons in becoming an attentive and loving mother.    Follow the show on Instagram @GroundControlParenting and follow the blog, www.groundcontrolparenting.com  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dropping Character
#039 - Laura Gómez

Dropping Character

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 70:16


Laura Gómez is an actress best known for playing ‘Blanca Flores' in the Netflix series Orange is The New Black. She sits down with Robby to discuss moving back to the Dominican Republic, her early acting training in New York, making her own work, how she booked OITNB, and more! Visit www.droppingcharacter.com for more episodes!Follow @therobbyramosFollow @DroppingCharacter This episode is brought to you in part by TSMA Consulting, the entertainment industry's leading social media firm. If you sign up for any of their management packages at TSMAconsulting.com make sure to tell them Robby sent you for an exclusive 15% off the first month.

Just Plain Wrong
The Softer Side of Murder: Discussing the Amish themed episodes of Murder She Wrote and Orange is the New Black

Just Plain Wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 55:43


This week, the MennoBrarians discuss the Amish themed episodes of Murder She Wrote and Orange is the New Black. In Murder She Wrote, we follow Jessica Fletcher as she stumbles upon a body while in Amish country to buy a quilt. The Orange is the New Black episode tells the backstory of prisoner Leanne Taylor, an inmate who grew up Amish. We chat accidental detectives, implausible plot lines, bad accents, and more.Let us know your thoughts! You can reach us at plainwrongpod at gmail.com, or on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/plainwrongpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/plainwrongpod/ Website: http://plainwrongpod.com/ 

Next Page
Susan Heyward

Next Page

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 90:13


Laura and Todd sit down with the awe-inspiring Actress Susan Heyward to discuss power dynamics, racism, typecasting and religious trauma. In improvisational theater, ‘status' refers to the power dynamics at play in a relationship between two characters. Sometimes, however, those power dynamics spill over into the real world, particularly for Black women actors. Susan who is a phenomenal actress, probably best known for her role as Tamika Ward in the hit Netflix comedy-drama series, Orange Is the New Black. She also starred in the PlayStation Network original series, Powers, and the HBO period drama, Vinyl. On stage, Susan made her Broadway debut in the 2013 production of The Trip to Bountiful alongside Cicely Tyson, Vanessa Williams, and Cuba Gooding Jr. and, in 2018 and 2019, she played Rose Granger-Weasley in the Broadway production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. In this episode, Susan shares the definition of ‘misogynoir', a term used to describe the specific prejudice directed at Black women, and how she has seen it play out in her personal life and her career. She explains how tapping into an ‘as if' reality as an actor, breaking free from her instinct to code-switch, and making a commitment to healing from her trauma have helped her reclaim her power and why she believes that context and a deeper understanding of our shared trauma can facilitate collective healing. Trauma is all around us, but Susan believes that whatever we put our attention on will grow, which is why she encourages you to turn your attention toward healing today! Make sure not to miss this insightful conversation with the remarkable Susan Heyward!Susan Heyward on TwitterSusan Heyward on InstagramSusan Heyward on IMBDOrange Is the New BlackPowersVinylHarry Potter and the Cursed Child‘Misogynoir'The Body Keeps the ScoreReligious Trauma Syndrome‘How You Start is How You Finish? The Slave Patrol and Jim Crow Origins of Policing'Next Page Podcast4 Corners Productions Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Red Pill Revolution
Biden's Liberal World Order, Creepy Disney & Ghislaine Maxwell Sentenced

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 51:16


In this week's episode, we discuss Joe Biden's Advisor admitting that the reason for high gas prices is due to having to maintain the "Liberal World Order", We discuss Disney pushing their Trans agenda onto your young children, leading to a discussion about the dark creepy history of other Disney movies. We also discuss the recent sentencing of child pedophiles and sex traffickers Ghislaine Maxwell. Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. 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So today's episode, we're gonna jump into some of the more interesting topics that have come up over the last several weeks, including, uh, we'll touch on the liberal world order that Biden's, uh, advisor spoke to over the last, uh, I believe it was in the. Several days. We're also gonna touch on the Baymax situation with Disney. If you're not familiar, Disney had a new series come out, uh, regarding Baymax and Baymax is . Um, what is the movie called? Uh, big hero. Six, if you don't have children, you might not know it, but big hero six was the movie. It's a great movie, but they came out with a series recently where there's some interesting things that they, uh, talk to your children about. That a lot of people are kind of uncomfortable with, um, some parts of the, uh, trans agenda. So we'll discuss those things today. We're also going to talk on the Joe Biden cue card situation.  if you haven't heard about that, basically they were telling him when to breathe and what to say when to sit down the fact that it was going to be him who is sitting down and not somebody else. I don't know how you make somebody else sit down, but, uh, yeah, they were very, very specific in their words. So we'll talk about all of that. All right. Before we jump into that, though, I need you to do one thing for me. Go ahead and hit that subscribe button, whether you're on apple podcast, YouTube, Spotify, rumble, uh, wherever you're at right now. Go ahead and hit that subscribe button. It means the world to me, it takes. Five seconds, five seconds of your time. I know that every day you go through your day, you're trying to look for a way to get some good karma, to feel good about yourself and know that you're doing something for somebody else. And you can do that very easily right now. And all you gotta do. 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What do you say to those families who say, listen, we can't afford to pay 4 85 a gallon for months. If not years, this is just not sustainable. Well, we heard from the president today was a clear articulation of the stakes. This is about the future of the liberal world order and we have to stand firm. So.  so you heard it right there. This is about the future of the liberal world order. You paying $6. A gallon is about the future of the liberal world order that nobody even wants you to talk about. And you heard it right from the mouth of Joe Biden's advisor there. So that was a question regarding gas prices, right? They were asking about gas prices. And, uh, the question was basically how long do you expect people to be able to pay this and this, I don't know, airhead advisor, his response was as long as it takes be as long as we can keep up the liberal world order. Well, I don't know about you. I know about my bank account. I know about my friend's bank account. Family's bank account. None of my family members or friends or anybody gives a shit about the liberal world order. None of them, not a single one. Haven't heard him, you know, Hey, you, you really glad the liberal world orders doing well today, aren't you? No, nobody's talking about that. Nobody cares. Right? These, this Joe Biden and his advisors are so far removed from the general rep, uh, public that they think you actually care about the liberal world order. If anything, that's a concerning statement, right? For how long have we heard that the new world order is a conspiracy theory, right? Is, is something that, you know, doesn't exist. And, and, and you're just saying that because, uh, you know, you, you're a conspiracy theorist, a tin foil hat wearing crazy person. And now they're just saying it outright on, I don't know, whatever that was MSNBC or whatever. Um, so the liberal world order is what that advisor just said is the reason that you need to pay six or $7 a gallon for gas. And again, I don't care about the liberal order world order. I don't care. I don't think you do either. I don't think even liberals care about the liberal world order, especially when they have to pay six or $7 a gallon for gas. It's crazy. Um, so we're gonna go back and we're gonna watch a clip real quick of Joe Biden saying a very similar thing in 2017. And what you'll notice if you're actually looking at the video format of this is that the background has three interesting words while he's discussing these things. And it says world economic forum. Hmm. If you don't know what the world economic forum is, you don't know who Charles Schwab. Who leads the world economic forum? Um, it's basically the, the weirdest, uh, star wars, Imperial army. Uh, I don't know, like the legitimate new world order being ran by all of the world governments.  All right, now Disney had a new series come out, uh, regarding Baymax  this, the wokeness that Disney put into this TV series and I love this show. Like if you've ever seen the big hero, six, show it or movie, it's a great movie. All you have is go to the new show that they have. And again, this is, uh, the new bay max series and there's two episodes in a row. Two episodes in a row where they have this woke ideology and woke agenda being pushed on your children. Now, I, you know, I don't care what you want to get put in front of your children. I don't care what you want to teach your children. Honestly, don't teach my children, your ideology at 5, 6, 7 years old. Right? And even if you wanna introduce it be because there's a reason, there's a reason that you are not allowed to advertise to children. You're not allowed to advertise to children because they cannot make sense of what is true and what is false. They cannot make sense of when somebody is trying to deceive you for profit. Right? So there's literal laws around advertising to children because they know they're susceptible highly susceptible to somebody of authority or somebody like their favorite movie character, pushing an ideology and making something normal that maybe isn't. Or maybe, you know, shouldn't be pushed on a five to six year old. And again, there's two sides of Disney plus the show's on Disney plus, and there's two sides of it. There's like the parent side in the child's side and the kid's side of Disney plus doesn't have a ton of movies that you would normally let your child watch, right? Like Moana's not on there. Uh, cars, three Peter pan Dumbo wreck it, Ralph, like all of these, uh, onward, which is another awesome kid's movie. All of these movies that seemingly should be allowed for children that aren't for some obscure reason, but this new bay max series is on the kid size kid side of Disney, the kid size of di side of Disney. So you start to see in the series very quickly, what they're starting to push. And so we'll watch this clip right here. And what it is is it's this Baymax. If you don't know the, the background of big hero, six big hero, six is a movie about a kid who's, uh, his parents are dead and he lives with his aunt and his brother, his older brother, and his older brother dies in a fire during the movie. And he's a really smart kid and he makes this robot and his brother has a robot. Who's like super nice and like heals people. I don't know. It's a great movie. You should go watch it a hundred percent. You should go watch it. What you shouldn't watch if you're a child, is the bay max series. Because what they do is they, they place the Baymax, this robot, first of all, which is weird in a Pharmac. Like a CVS type of deal. And he's asking what type of tampons he should buy. And I think the context of the episode is that he's looking for tampons for some girl who needs them because it's her first period. And again, this is like five to six year olds can watch this because the, the apparent side of it is like seven or eight plus. So they're expecting five to six year olds to watch this series. And in this series, we'll, we'll go ahead and watch this. Um, he's asking about tampons and there's seven or eight people around him who are answering questions about tampons, which is like, whatever tampons who cares, periods, whatever, like, yeah. You wanna talk to my kid about how the re you know, how their body works at 7, 8, 9 years old? Honestly, it doesn't rub me the wrong way, as long as you're doing it from a medical perspective, but that's not what they are doing here, because one of the individuals is wearing a shirt that with the trans flag on it, As appears to be a male person of the male sex when they were born. I'm not assuming their gender , but it appears to be a man in the way that I was brought up, thinking men look based on their appearance, jawline, clothing, voice, testosterone level genitals, I don't know. Um, but here's the story. Here's the, here's the clip right here. And then we'll talk about  Excuse me. Which of these products would you recommend? Oh, um, well these are the tampons I usually use. Thank you. I prefer pads. They're more comfortable for me. Thank you. I always get the ones with wings. Thank you. Get incented and bleach free. If you can. Thank you, yo, my daughter loves these. Thank you. These might be easier if it's her first period. Thank you. These are really environmentally friendly.  what they don't show you. There is that one of the individuals is wearing a transfer is a man and says, this is the type of tampon that I use. Excuse me. Ma'am or sir, don't want to, you know, believe what your pronouns are based on your, uh, actual gender at birth. But I don't know where, where is this person with a trans flag on their shirt? Putting this tamp? What is it doing for them?  and why are you trying to teach my five, six and seven year olds that periods are, have men have periods, biological men have periods because this was a biological man wearing a transfer in Baymax. Why are you trying to teach my 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 year old? Why are you trying to begin these questions at that age? Because all you're doing and if again, and if you go back to, there was a book written by a woman, um, I forget the name of it, but she wrote a book basically about how the mental health crisis that was prior to this, uh, era. So let's say between like 2000 and 2016, there was a big manifestation of mental health issues for young women in the area of, uh, anorexia and bulimia. And so what they saw was a similar drop between 2000 and I think it was 17 and 2021 when trans. Started to become a very popular topic of conversation. Um, what they saw was a very similar drop in the amount of women who were identifying or, or had a mental health issue represent itself in the way of anorexia and bulimia now representing itself in the way of gender dysphoria. And if you don't know what gender dysphoria is, ask a psychologist because they learned about it in school, in the DSM five, where it outlined what that actually is. And so why are you trying to push? And again, I don't have a problem if you wanna, like, bring this up to a 14, 15 year old in school and represent these ideas and let them know that this is something that's out there. And this is what people think. And you know, maybe, you know, somebody who's in a situation, but don't try and tell my children that a man can have a period. Don't try and tell my six year old, seven year old, five year old. That the, the actual reproductive organs of a man allow for that situation to happen because you're confusing them. That's not science, especially when you're claimed to be the party of science. That's not science. A man cannot have a period, period.  it doesn't work that way. I don't have a uterus. I don't have a vagina. I don't have anything. That's shedding its wall or it's lining that's causing, uh, bleeding. I don't have that. I don't bleed from anywhere once a month. It does not work that way. Sorry to tell you Disney, if you were so far uninformed that you actually believed a man could have a period, they can not. So don't groom my child to thinking that they can. And, and, and so you see it prior in the next episode of this bay max series, because I watched it with my daughter right there in the very next episode is. Of, um, a show about a guy who ends up asking another guy out on a date. And again, if you wanna do this with like 12, 13, 14 year olds where they're aware of these things, don't do it to a five, six year old. I, I just don't see the place for this, like sexual orientation being brought up to somebody who is literally a toddler Leah toddler two years ago, because you know what you're doing, you know? Right. And, and then, and again, and I wouldn't have a problem if with this, if it was coming from an independent company, this is literally the biggest entertainment company in the world. You know, the same entertainment company who, when you go back and watch the OG lion king wrote sex in the stars, because they wanted to subconsciously program your children to be hypersexualized. When it was convenient for them, it's the same company who had the, whatever that guy was from the little mermaid with a boner sitting there with a, another character on his lap. It's the same company. I literally have a list here in an article of all the crazy shit that Disney's done. That's been hyper sexualizing, our children for decades, like 55, 60 years. Right. And yet you wanna take off Moana wreck it, Ralph, uh, Molan Peter pan and Dumbo, but you're trying to groom my child into believing a man can have a period. What the fuck planet do you live on? And you're trying to like shape my child's reality because that's what you're doing, right? When you're PO positioning your child in the way, when you're teaching them something, you're shaping their reality because they don't know better. They don't know how these things work. They don't, they haven't been introduced wi by the reproductive system. And all they do is, you know, maybe they watch Netflix, they watch Disney plus they watch a little YouTube and then they speak with the parent. And now they're trying to interject their ideology into your child's mind at five years old, the same way that they were writing sex in the stars. Hyper sexualizing you at the age of 5, 5, 6, 7 years old. When you were watching the lion king back in the nineties, the same way that they were, you know, they had a Ladin saying, good teenagers, take off their clothes. That was in Aladin. That was literally in the OG Aladin to where they, there was like all this controversy around it. But Aladin, there was like, everyone has heard the claim. I have the article up here. Everyone has heard the claim that Aladin says, good teenagers, take off your clothes in the balcony scene, where he's about to take Jasmine on a magic carpet ride while it was argued back and forth. For many years, Disney muted the line in his rerelease of Aladin. Why would you mute a line in the movie unless you believe what it was doing was wrong? Hmm. Now let's look at some other stuff and they literally don't even have Fantasia on the children's Disney side. Like this children's side of Disney. They don't have Fantasia. Fantasia is a literal music based movie from like 1940. With like lights and all this weird, cool stuff. And like, and this is also the same exact company that had Allison Wonderland. They did multiple movies on Allison Wonderland, which is literally just a movie about tripping balls on shrooms or acid. And you can go watch that on Disney plus right now, yet you want censor Moana in cars, three, like you can't watch cars three on there. It's it is just so interesting to me that they want to push this ideology on the child side of Disney. Now, again, I don't like if you want to have, and, and I'll play this clip here of the Baymax, like the, the guy asking the other guy out on a date, which is like, cool. I, you know, do your thing again. I, I don't care what you do in your sex life. I cool. If that's what you do, if that's, you know, your sexuality, I get it 100%. Go ahead and do you, but. I don't think that the same company that's writing sex in the stars should be introducing this to five and six year olds. When at the same time, they're not allowing them to watch cars three in the name of doing the right thing. So, and then if we go back to the aristocrats aristocrats, right, they, they took that off there. Um, because of it, they, they took, um, what was it? The movie, the rescuers, if you go watch the, the old OG Disney movie, the rescuers in the background on a poster, there's a literal naked woman on the poster, still on Disney plus. Let's see, what else do we have here from Disney now they took off, uh, the Peter pan. Now the Peter pan one, like they, I think they did the same thing for mul. Like Mulan has, uh, you know, they did it for racist ideology because, um, I don't know what the part about it was for Mulan with Peter pan. They did it because he wore like the feather hats. Um, and it said the probably the most recent Mo racist moment in the mainstream Disney film is the moment of Peter pan where he a lovely tune explains why native Americans are red in the catchy tune. What makes the red man red? We learned that engines started off as white people. Then they were kissed by girls and turned bright red and the redness never went away. okay. That's one hell of an origin myth. And when it's delivered by a chorus of natives, why wouldn't a six year old child, believe it. And that last line is important there. Why would a, you know, when it's delivered by a chorus of natives, when it's delivered in a situation where there's seven people standing around Baymax, a literal robot, looking for a tampon. There's seven people around him shouting out, you know, uh, tips and tricks for how to use a tampon. And then you have a actual man biological man in the trans shirt. Who's throwing his opinion out about how he utilizes tampons. Now, again, let's take the last sentence of this article, where it says when it's delivered by a chorus of, in this case, individuals in the Baymax show, why wouldn't a six year old child, believe it, why wouldn't a six year old child believe that a man can have a period is, and, and why are you gonna confuse a 11 year old girl into believing that, you know, what happens to you happens to him? And everybody's, you know, it's just, it's not how it works. And we don't live in the fantasy land of Disney, right? And then you get into, you know, even the darker side of Disney, where they find out all of these, you know, all of these, um, sex trafficking rings, where people are being busted as pedophiles in actual Disney world. And it gets even darker. So I don't know, to me it's bothersome, you know, I just watched that clip with my, I actually watched the show with my daughter and to see that, that Baymax clip where the man is talking about how he utilizes tampons and then immediately follow it up, like back to back episodes. Um, where, you know, I don't know, again, I don't care what you do. I think you should absolutely have. I think like in onward, the movie with Disney, they actually have a scene where a woman talks about her wife and like, cool, get it cool. A hundred percent. Um, but trans men don't have periods. Men don't have periods, they don't bleed, they don't shut a uterine lining on their, you know, it just doesn't exist. It doesn't happen. And why are we trying to teach our youth that that's actually a thing it's gross. All right. Now, speaking of gender ideology, Major us airlines to allow gender neutral option on ticket reservations. This is an article from Reuters as of July. First, it goes on to say that major us airlines have agreed to update computer systems by the end of 2024, to allow travelers to purchase tickets with an X gender marker. An airline trade group confirmed on Friday. Us Senator Ron widen in a letter to airlines for America, chief executive Nick Callio that was seen by Reuters said member airlines committed to the change after he had engaged with the group, a spokesman from the airline group confirmed that widens letter was accurate. Airlines for America, represents passenger carriers for Delta airlines, United airlines, American airlines, Southwest airlines, Alaska airlines, Hawaii airlines and jet blue airways.  now it goes on to say in March, the Biden administration said that Americans would be allowed to choose an X for gender on their passport applications and select their sex on social security cards. Now I've said this before, I've said it about the bathroom thing. I've said it about sports. I'll say it about this too. If we're gonna have an X option, why don't we just not ask people's gender? If it no longer is if no longer matters, if we can just be whatever we want any given day, depending on how we feel, why not just have it be not gender, like not genderless. You're not genderless. Let's just stop asking gender because literally why does it matter what your gender is when I'm traveling on a plane? Are you gonna check and make sure when I walk in the door or through security, and if I don't have a, a penis, you're gonna turn me around. Like, why are we asking this to begin with? So if you wanna play these silly games, don't make an X. There's no X in gender. It doesn't exist. It's not a thing. There's men and there's women. Those are the only two genitalia that exist in this world. So if we're not checking for anything and there's no reason, same thing with the bathrooms, same thing with sports, right? If you want sports to be allowed to women, to compete with men and men to compete with women. Cool. Do it fine. Leah Thomas, the number one record breaking swimmer of all time and female NCAA IV league swimming.  when she was number 400 and whatever, you're just gonna see that women's sports become men's sports. Unfortunately, that's the way that biology works. Men tend to have, you know, better, you know, thicker bone density. They tend to have different muscular structures. If we're gonna say that it doesn't matter what your gender is. If it doesn't matter how your chemical and bodily makeup is and your muscle structure, then just say it doesn't matter. Don't don't tell me that a woman is a man or a man is a woman, and then can then compete in women's sports and shatter every record ever, cuz you're not living in the real world. So in the same case here, if we're gonna have X on our passports as a gender option, then just don't ask me my gender. Cuz obviously it doesn't matter if I can put an X there just don't ask. It's a silly thing to do. So it goes on to say that in March the Biden administrations, that Americans would be allowed to choose an X for their gender on their passport applications and select their sex on social security cards. Nobody should have to misgender themselves in order to book a flight widen wrote and by forcing travelers to book their ticket with inaccurate gender information airlines also end up providing inaccurate information to the transportation security administration. Is it now I want to identify the way that language works, cuz I think this is important to note here when we're talking about gender. That's how the word breaks down. You're talking about the, um, Latin, uh, where the word actually comes from from the Latin language, right? A lot of the American or the English language derives from Latin derivatives and the word gender breaks down to two points within the Latin language, which has meaning itself. Gender is not, or I'm sorry. Language is not a construct. At least in our sense language from the English language does not just derived from air and we can change the way that words work at any given time. No language is sounds that give meaning, and we have derived the meaning of our sounds based on basic languages that came from before English. Right? And in this case, Latin is the, is the derivative of much of the English language. So then when we look at the actual derivative of Jen du. It comes from the same derivative of gen it tolls, genitals, gender. You don't just get to make it a construct and change it to be whatever you want. You don't get to put an X there. Now, if you wanna identify as whatever you wanna wear, whatever clothing you want and say that, you know, you have, you know, go back to the DSM five and talk about that conversation from earlier. That's fine. Do what you wanna do, be who you want to be, wear, what you wanna wear, call yourself, whatever you wanna call yourself. And I will respect that, but X is not a gender doesn't exist. So let's just call it the same way you can have gender neutral bathrooms. Let's have a gender neutral passport. Maybe it doesn't matter what your gender is to go fly on a plane. It shouldn't, it shouldn't matter at all, what your gender is to fly on a plane. It shouldn't matter what your gender is to go to a different country. Shouldn't matter the, in the same way that it shouldn't matter what your sexuality is. You shouldn't have to identify your sexuality when you go fly on a plane. One place that it does matter though, is sports because sports have real repercussions, especially when you're talking about contact sports, just in the same way that we saw, you know, um, transgender MMA fighters, literally breaking the face of women without telling them that they were a man and had different bone density and different, different bodily structure and different, uh, muscle tone in structure. Right. And that's the whole, that's the whole argument. Right? So, so there should be no reason that we have an X on a passport. Okay. Now it goes on to say that widens letter said, member airlines will publish a page on their website detailing the specific steps that non-binary individuals can take to obtain tickets that reflect their gender such as working with a customer service representative who can manually update the gender marker on their ticket. Widens letter noted that United and American airlines have already changed their booking process to allow travelers, to book tickets with an X gender marker, but not all us airlines have followed their example. The state's department in June of 2021 said that us citizen citizens could select their gender on applications without having to submit medical documentation. In October, it issued the first American passport with a X gender marker.  what, what does X stand for? The TSA in March said it would implement gender neutral screening at its checkpoints. Now all of you in the comment section here, posting pride flags a hundred percent go pride, right? Pride month, whatever sexuality, whatever trans is not a sexuality. Trans is a, is a gender issue. It's not a sexuality being gay, being lesbian, being bisexual is a sexuality. They've muddied the water of the L G B community. With the tees go watch the, what is it? The, um, oh, what Dave Chappelle, Dave Chappelle has the literal best comedy bit ever, where he talks about the, uh, He like breaks it down into where they like all get into an Uber. There's the LS, the GS, the bees. And they're all mad that the tees are trying to hijack their thunder. It's it's such a great construct that he breaks it down as, because the way that they've tried to like hijack the sexuality movement, because it should absolutely be allowed, you should absolutely be able to marry somebody of the same sex should be like, and, and have it be socially acceptable and raise children together adopt like everything a hundred percent, a hundred percent. But the fact that you want women or men to compete in women's sports and break their fucking face in an MMA fight and not even have to tell the other individual that they're a man and have different bodily and bone structure than the other individuals is a problem. That's a real problem. Again, do what you do sexually, like again, a hundred percent on board with you. You should absolutely be able to get married. You should absolutely be able to date whoever you want to, but don't expect someone to work their ass off their entire life as a woman in female sports, and then to just be super happy and clapping their hands on the podium. As they take second place by a half a mile to a man who had a severe, severe, um, you know, much better bodily makeup to win that event. It's unfair. It's not fair. And in the same case here, let's just call it all gender neutral. Right? Let's have a gender neutral league.  for sports. And the problem with that is let's say we mix that. W N B a with the NBA throw LeBron in the w B a throw, you know, what's gonna happen is all of the men are just also going to represent the women's sports. There's not going to be any women in the sports. And the fact is they're bigger, they're stronger. They, they generally are more athletic because of their bodily makeup. They're faster. Now, literally go. I'm not saying these things frivolously. I'm telling you, if you go look at the Guness book of world records or the Olympic records for any event ever, that is specifically athleticism, you will find that the men generally are faster. They generally lift more. When it comes to weights, they're more athletic in, in their events. That's the same reason that the us women's Olympic soccer team plays 14 year old boys teams. And, and a lot of times gets beat. That's a thing. I saw a, an actual, uh, athlete from the us women's Olympic team post about it. and they made a marker, a point of that, the fact that there's a reason that there is differentiations in gender. Now that doesn't exactly pertain to this. That's just a little side note, but let's just call it. Why do we need gender on a passport? Why do we need gender on an airline ticket? It seems stupid. Right? So if we're gonna play these little games where you can put an X on there, let's just not put gender on there. Why does it matter in the first place? All right. So segues  segues. Um, so another big event that has come out recently, another big topic of conversation has been that Gale Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison in the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case 20 years, who would've thought. Now I'm surprised because this article was written on June 26th or June 28th, June 28th, that she has not somehow managed to. Kill herself already magically in a prison with, you know, padded walls. But I'm also surprised that you can get a, a sex trafficking case when you've never actually trafficked it to any individuals who are being charged with the crime in the first place. Who did she traffick these people to cuz we know there was a big, long black book. Epstein's black book of every individual, uh, videotapes VHS's in boxes, boxes of VHS tapes that were taken from Epstein island, literal names of all the flight logs, not a single individual at all that we've been told of has been prosecuted for having children trafficked to them by Gale max. So here it goes, it says British socialite turned convicted sex trafficker gal Maxwell finally got her due Tuesday when she was sentenced to 20 years in prison. For her role in helping richen powerful pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein abuse, young girls. Now, what this doesn't mention too, is that she was also accused of raping young girls with him as if you follow the trial you would've saw because there was actually testimony by a, a a, I think it was, uh, guff, G I R a F F E, who testified that she was inappropriately touched. And Glenn Maxwell was actually a part of these actions that happened on the island and was a part of grooming them and actually exploiting them sexually goes on to say that us district judge Allison Nathan said the sentence of 240 months was sufficient and not greater than necessary for Maxwell who appeared, who earlier addressed the court and told victims in a halfhearted apology. I am sorry for the pain that you experienced. Yeah. Okay. As she finally learned her faith, the 60 year old predator's face remained inscrutable and she briefly hugged her attorneys before leaving the courtroom, wearing blue jail scrubs, her dark brown locks cut in a Bob  in her ankles and shackles. She did not speak to her siblings who were seated in the row behind her. The number of people harmed is impossible to measure said victim Annie farmer, who testified at trial, told the court during Tuesday's hearing as Maxwell, shoulders, tensed the Epstein. Madam tried to avoid looking at her victims as they spoke, but she did lock eyes with Sarah ransom. When her victim told her you broke me in unfathomable ways, but you didn't break my spirit nor did you dampen my internal flame that now burns brighter than ever. And it's amazing how we got so much coverage, so much coverage of how many trials over the last, how, you know, year and a half between Kyle written house. And like, we've literally never had more celebrity trials than we've had in the last, I don't know, seven months, all these huge, you know, inside the courtroom Hollywood ask type events. And then speaking of that, Nancy Pelosi hiring a literal, uh, you know, director of movies to try and put a, a celebrity ask spin on the January 6th trials, which I think are still going on today. I don't know nobody's watching them and nobody really cares cuz everybody knows that.  potentially set up by the FBI as pointed to, by Ted Cruz who interviewed the CIA director assistant of national security. I don't know some long name where she's, you know, if you recall, I put out a video on it where she goes, you know, I can't answer that. You know, did you guys insight violence on January 6th? I can't answer that. Did you guys have agents present who were pro uh, provocateurs to attempt to get into the capital building? I can't answer that. Well, why can't you answer that? Well, you can't answer that because you know the answer's yes. And then we saw, what was it? Ray apps, right? Ray apps. You go back and look at Ray apps. And Ray apps was the individual who I put in my video who was going into the capital into the cap. We gotta go in there, you know, and then no out of everybody, who's literally still sitting in a white jail cell right now in the bottom of Joe Biden's, uh, white house. Being held by the CIA secretly, allegedly, uh, Ray a is still sitting on his, you know, a hundred acre farm with a golf cart, not facing any charges when there's actually footage of him telling people the day before that they have to go into the capital. I don't know. I digress, but it's all a conspiracy theory. I don't actually believe any of that. Um, it says Maxwell's defense attorneys. Meanwhile, I don't know how we got into that. Um, Maxwell's defense attorney. Meanwhile had begged for leniency saying she should get no more than four to five years. Wow. For raping and sex trafficking, dozens, if not hundreds of young women in a literal Ponzi scheme of pedophilia, if you look back, if you go watch the documentary, which I started and didn't finish because it made me sick to my stomach, having to watch this and all the horrific things that they did to these kids. But if you go back the way that they did it is they literally recruited it. Like it was a multi-level market. They would get one girl in the school to go back and recruit other girls from the school to go back and recruit other girls from the school. And they would pay them money for every girl that they brought in to give massages to these old men. And eventually they would be sex traffick to an island of celebrities. And their parents were like, it was just so gross, but it was like a multilevel, literally like a multi-level market, like the Avocare of pedophilia and Glenn Maxwell ran it all, literally ran ital was the one who convinced the girls would go into the, you know, go buy the schools and pick these girls up, would have them in the room with her and then actually sexually assault them the way that they were outlined within that as well. So it goes on to say that her sentence marked to the end of a lengthy criminal proceedings that started after Maxwell's arrested a sprawling New Hampshire estate in July of 2020, prosecutors brought the charges against Maxwell months after Epstein, her former partner in crime killed himself. In Manhattan jail cell while awaiting trial on sex trafficking, raps today's sentence holds gal Maxwell accountable for perpe perpetrating heinous crimes against children, us attorney of the Southern district of New York Navy and Williams said in the statement, this sentence sends a strong message that no one is above the law and is never too late for justice. Maxwell's attorney Bobby stern Heim. And if you watched any of the trials like, or if you listen to the, um, actual, uh, outlines of the trials, or like what was actually said, it was dis this woman was disgusting. She literally related Jeffrey Epstein to James Bond in her opening statement, literally called him a modern day. James Bond in her opening statement about sex trafficking children for pedophilia. It goes on to say, in addition to the prison term, she also imposed a $750,000 fine on Maxwell who could potentially get credit for the two years she's already spent behind bars or have some of her time shaved off for good behavior. That's terrible. I don't think there's any amount of good behavior that overcomes you. Literally sex trafficking, children for profit, and then also sexually assaulting them. It also says that her attorneys requested that she serve out her time at the federal prison in Danbury, Connecticut. The low security women's lockup that served as the inspiration for Netflix. Orange is the new black, the, uh, Oxford educated Aris and daughter of late publishing tycoon. Robert Maxwell, who spent much of her life hobnobbing  with the rich and famous hobnobbing. That's an interesting term, um, was convicted of sex trafficking. Now, if you don't know anything about Gale Maxwell's dad, that's another interesting conversation. Gale Maxwell's dad was alleged. A agent for the Maad, which is like a secret intelligence agency. Um, for, I think it's like Saudi Arabia or something like that, or the Saudi princes, I don't know. Um, but he also purchased, uh, the books. Um, what is it? It's uh, McGraw hill, Gale Maxwell's dad bought McGraw hill EV you know, every single textbook ever that you ever got ever in high school that had McGraw hill on it was owned by Gale Maxwell's dad, who at one point considered changing the name to Maxwell, but then didn't do so in fear that it would come back on him and who his actual, you know, his background was, but owned McGraw hill. And I believe still does today. Like that family still owns McGraw hill, which is literally every textbook ever in both high school, middle school, elementary school, and college. Every person out there right now can identify with that book company, McGraw hill is owned by Gale Maxwell's dad. You know, the Gale Maxwell who, and it's like, I think our dad actually died. Got pushed off. Well, didn't get pushed off, fell off of a boat, his yacht in like the middle of the ocean, uh, mysteriously that family's nuts. And you look back at their background. The sister of gal Maxwell, like was one of the very first internet technology tycoons who came out with a search engine or some shit back in the early nineties and became a billionaire off of it. It's crazy. When you look into the history of Gale Maxwell in her family goes on to say that, uh, four women testified at her publicized, highly publicized trial and not enough, highly publicized as, uh, you know, pirates of the Caribbean actor over, uh, minor spousal abuse. But the widely publicized trial in Manhattan, federal court, and two of them, several other accusers also addressed the court Tuesday, calling out on the judge to lock Maxwell up and throw away the key. They hailed the sentence that Nathan opposed with one Elizabeth Stein calling it vindication in validation, Virginia guff Roberts, which is the individual I was talking about earlier, who had long accused Maxwell and Epstein of trafficking, her to Britain's prince Andrew described Maxwell like a Wolf in sheep's clothing in her letter to the court. Yeah, it's interesting. How, uh, prince Andrew per Andrew literal royalty was accused during this trial of sexually abusing a girl who is in the trial under oath. And he's sitting free somewhere right now, probably on a different island, sexually assaulting other young children. Like how, what the fuck kind of world is this. Says, um, she went on to say that Gale, you deserve to spend the rest of your life in the jail cell. She wrote you deserve to be trapped in a cage forever. Just like you trapped your victims. Kate, a former British model who also used her first name and testified at trial said Maxwell and Epstein's victims are unified to bring justice to a common enemy. No person should be shielded from the consequences of their actions. Case said, calling Maxwell, a manipulative and cruel person who has shown a lack of remorse for how she ruined the lives of countless women and children staring at Maxwell. She said today I can look at gal Elaine and tell her that I became what I am today in spite of her and her efforts to make me feel powerless and insignificant the disgrace socialite, who has denied that she abused. Anyone has remained, locked up in Brooklyn's metropolitan detention center for nearly two years since her bust and throughout her month long trial. Federal prosecutors at trial portrayed Maxwell as a sophisticated predator who was inextricably linked to Epstein, including in his pursuit of gross to sexually abuse from 1994 to 2004, it goes on to show a literal picture of prince Andrew with Virginia guff with Gale Maxwell smirking behind her Maxwell was Jeffrey Epstein's right hand said, assistant us attorney general, or us attorney Allison Moe. As she said in her clothing, state closing statements in December 20th, Maxwell and Epstein were partners. She said they were partners in crime who sexually exploited young girls together. So ding dong the witch is dead bitches. Glenn Maxwell is in jail for at least 20 years. Well, at the most 20 years, which I think is insignificant, I think she should literally be given a 40 year sentence and on good behavior, have the opportunity to be out when shes. 125 years old. I think that, uh, 20 year state, uh, sentence for all of the horrific things that she did is unjust. And eventually we'll either see that, you know, maybe she's gonna wind up hanging herself in her prison cell that with padded walls, with, you know, the video being cut at exactly the right time with while on suicide watch , or maybe we'll see her, uh, get out on good behavior after seven years, which I think is the more likely of the scenarios. All right. And then the last article that we're going to talk about, because it just caught my eye based on all of the weirdness and diet today, um, is going to be this one by New York post, which says that vegan mom starved her toddler to death with diet of raw vegetables and fruits. This was on July 1st, 2022 written by the New York post goes on to say that a Florida vegan mother has been found guilty of murdering her 18 month old son after only feeding him raw fruits and vegetables. Sheila O'Leary 39 years old is facing life in prison after a jury life in prison after, uh, convicted her Wednesday of murder in a string of child abuse charges over 2019 death of her toddler, Ezra O'Leary her little boy weighed just 17 pounds, seven pounds below average. When his parents noticed he had stopped breathing O'Leary and her husband, Ryan O'Leary told police that Azara followed a strict vegan diet, but that he was also breastfed. They said the boy hadn't eaten in the, for about a week prior to his death and was having trouble sleep. An autopsy found the little boy died of malnutrition complications. Prosecutors accused the mother of failing to seek proper medical care for her son. When she realized he was ill, she to, she chose she's. She chose to disregard his cries assistant state attorney. Sarah Miller said she didn't need a scale to see his bones. She didn't need a scale to hear his cry. Prosecutors added that the couple had also been neglecting their three children all under the age of 11. When Ezra died, we're here because their children were starving so much that the youngest starved to death, like that's horrible. And there's this like the, this situation with all of these fad diets and you see it every day with like all of the individuals who are out there who are literally like the vegan cat hashtag on Instagram.  where people try to feed their cat, who is a carnivore lettuce. Um, like all these little crazy people that are out there, uh, because they're vegan, like somehow, you know, they're, they're helping the world by not feeding their cat, the proper nutrition that they need. So we see it here with this woman who obviously tried to impose her, her nutritional ideology onto her infant at a very young age, in this horrific incident. Um, I just can't imagine what a 17 pound 18 month old would look like. And to know how long she must have known that he was, you know, not given the proper nutrition. Uh, but that's just so frustrating to read. And, and again, it comes back to like literally fad diet, you really fat diets. Your toddler does not need to be vegan. Your toddler needs proper nutrition. It needs protein. It needs much more than raw vegetables and fruit. But I would say if that's all this, like if she just literally just didn't feed him proper nutrients and he died, that's horrible. And she definitely deserves to be treated as such and to go to jail for. Uh, not giving her child proper nutrition, but a life sentence for that compared to 20 years for gal Elaine Maxwell, who purposefully sexually assaulted in trafficked young women for decades to Hollywood and political elites, at least that's similar, at least that's comparable. And so the fact that Gale Maxwell got 20 years and this woman's facing a life sentence, you know, if that's the only thing to the story, I don't know what the other types of, of, you know, um, you know, improper care that was going on here was, but if that's it and they were just improperly feeding this child, now, obviously the child died and that's horrific and, and this is a terrible situation. Um, but if the mother wasn't just actually starving her child with purposeful intent to. Kill her child off and was feeding them just the wrong diet was an absolute idiot and had no idea of how nutrition works or to look at a child and know that they're obviously in need of better nutrition standards. I dunno it still, it still seems to me as if maybe there should at least be a comparable standard anyways, um, on that note kind of a negative way to, to, to end off here.  but it's good to be back. Thank you guys so much for joining me. I appreciate you so much. 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046: El sube y baja de NY, la actuación y Orange is the New Black con Elizabeth Rodríguez

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 69:38


Hoy, Laura conversa con Elizabeth Rodríguez (@theonlyelizabethrodriguez), su compañera de reparto en Orange Is The New Black, que interpretó a Aleida Diaz -la madre de Daya- en la serie, quien tiene una importante trayectoria en el mundo de la actuación. En este episodio, Elizabeth hace un recuento de haberse criado con su abuela, en un hogar con raíces puertorriqueñas en Nueva York, cómo descubrió su vocación actoral y los “sube y bajas” en la industria, lo que sintió cuando fue nominada a los premios Tony, y por qué casi rechazó el rol de Aleida en OITNB; además, ambas comentan lo que significó este show para sus carreras. Después de trabajar durante siete años juntas, esta experiencia merece todo un episodio. Recomendaciones: Serie: Orange Is The New Black de Netflix ¡Continuemos la conversación en Instagram! Síguenos en @mslauragomez y @barajaesopodcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/baraja-eso-podcast/message