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  • Pod Crashing Episode 314 With Lars Jacobson From Fodor's Guide To Espionage

    24 MAG 2024 · Pod Crashing episode 314 with Lars Jacobson from the podcast Fodors Guide To Espionage Based on the true story of Eugene Fodor, the greatest travel writer in the world, who secretly used his profession as a cover to spy for the CIA. It's a globetrotting, jet-setting 60s era spy series, centered around the biggest events of the Cold War, that takes the audience on an exotic vacation and high stakes spy mission every week. Part Bond, Part Bourdain.   THE DAILY BEAST TRUE STORY ON EUGENE FODOR   https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-cia-spy-who-reinvented-the-travel-guide    
    18 min. 54 sec.
  • Entertainment Reporter Drew Taylor From The Wrap Reviews This Summer's New Movies

    24 MAG 2024 · The Summer Box Office Has to Be Graded on a Curve Yet Again With no MCU movie to start off the season, this year's strike-addled blockbuster lineup will likely fall short of 2023 Excluding the COVID impact on 2020 and 2021, this year marks the first time since 2006 that the summer moviegoing season won't begin with a Marvel release during the first weekend of May. The lack of a superheroic kickoff to blockbuster season is a glaring symptom of a larger reality: The disruption caused by the 2023 Hollywood strikes is going to limit how high the summer box office can climb. Alongside Disney, which was forced to vacate its favorite MCU release slot, the strikes also pushed films like "Mission: Impossible 8" to 2025, with not much to take their place. It will take several major surprises - like 2023's "Barbie" and "Oppenheimer" - to match last year's $4 billion domestic total. Insiders at analytics firm Gower Street, while leaving open the potential for upside, project a box office total of $3.3 billion in North America this summer, putting it in the neighborhood of the $3.39 billion total recorded in 2022. From the get-go, because of the strikes any comparisons between this summer's box office and those of past years will immediately be marked with a huge asterisk."This summer is a one-off, and I think everyone in the industry knows that," Exhibitor Relations analyst Jeff Bock told The Wrap. "What I want to know is, how do these sequels play compared to last summer?" Bock is holding out some optimism that despite a slow start, there may be some unexpected over-performance later in the summer. Universal/87North's original action romcom "The Fall Guy" may become a modest box office success if moviegoers have enough Kenergy in them to see Ryan Gosling in another comedic role. But it likely won't bring theaters the $118 million opening or $358.9 million domestic run that "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" delivered in summer 2023. "We've seen that Imax and other premium (large) formats help make these franchise films feel like big events, and the fact that more PLF-supported films are coming out across the summer may help some of those films do better than some of the sequels we saw last year," he said. That premium support will come in July, when the season's biggest titles arrive. Universal/Illumination's "Despicable Me 4" could be the sole $1 billion-plus hit of the summer if it can top the $370 million domestic/$940 million global run of "Minions: The Rise of Gru" in 2022. Marvel Studios' "Deadpool & Wolverine," due out on July 26, also has an outside chance of joining "Joker" as the second R-rated film to hit $1 billion. Though simply topping the $786 million global total of "Deadpool 2" would be a win for Disney, which inherited Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman's heroes in 2019 from the 20th Century Fox merger. But the quantity of high-performing films is likely to be fewer. In 2023, 13 films grossed over $100 million at the domestic box office, including some surprises like Angel Studios' cultural phenomenon "Sound of Freedom." Among those movies, five grossed more than $250 million domestically: "Barbie," "Oppenheimer," "Guardians Vol. 3," "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse" and "The Little Mermaid."
    19 min. 3 sec.
  • Actor Comedian Now Author Paul Scheer Releases Joyful Recollections Of Trauma

    24 MAG 2024 · From award-winning actor and comedian Paul Scheer, a candid and hilarious memoir-in-essays on coming to terms with childhood trauma and finding the joy in embracing your authentic self. Paul Scheer has entertained countless fans and podcast listeners with stories about the odd, wild, and absurd details of his life. Yet these tales have pointed to deeper, more difficult truths that the actor and comedian has kept to himself. Now, he is finally ready to share those truths for the first time-but, of course, with a healthy dose of humor.Blending the confident, affable voice that has won him a dedicated following with a refreshing level of candor, Joyful Recollections of Trauma chronicles Paul's often shocking, admittedly tumultuous childhood and how the experiences of his youth have reverberated throughout his life. In his comedy, Paul has always been unafraid to "go there," to play naïve, cringeworthy characters, imbuing them with disarming charm and humanity. That daring openness is on display in the pages of this memoir, but in true Paul fashion, it is also surprising, eye-opening, and side-splitting. In this madcap journey through the inner working of his mind and creative process, Paul Scheer demonstrates once again that the truth is often stranger-and funnier-than fiction. Joyful Recollections of Trauma offers a unique perspective on universal themes: growing up, working through a challenging childhood, staying true to yourself, and finding success, fulfillment, and happiness in often strange and difficult circumstances. Throughout, Paul shares both the hard-fought lessons and the laughter that can be found in the darkest parts of life,  and reminds us that what matters is not what you've been through but who you are becoming. If you loved recent memoirs by Molly Shannon, Maria Bamford, RuPaul, and Jennette McCurdy-or any book that moves you to both laughter and tears-Joyful Recollections of Trauma is the perfect read for you. 
    9 min. 34 sec.
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  • Play It Forward Episode 626 The CEO Of Healthier Generation Kathy Higgins Making Gains In Health

    22 MAG 2024 · Thank you for being part of the conversation.  This is Play It Forward.  Real people.  Real stories.  The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 626 is with Kathy Higgins CEO Of Healthier Generation. The non-profit https://www.healthiergeneration.org/ is expanding its work to give all young people a chance a t lifelong good health and the opportunities that come with it.   Healthier Generation has partnered with https://www.healthiergeneration.org/campaigns/kohls-healthy-at-home to provide a wealth of tools in English and Spanish to help families eat healthy, stay active, bolster mental/social/emotional health, combat stress and more.   A $5 million donation from Kohl’s Healthy at Home to Healthier Generation is helping to expand the new, Healthy at Home Playbook for Schools, which provides schools with the necessary resources to be named one of America’s Healthiest Schools.  (Nearly 3,000 schools have been honored with this recognition.)
    12 min. 33 sec.
  • Emmy Award Director Kristen Lappas Brings Us Full Court Press On NBC And ESPN

    22 MAG 2024 · Full Court Press – a new original series streaming on ESPN+ beginning May 11 -- chronicles the ongoing journeys of senior Iowa guard Caitlin Clark, senior South Carolina center Kamilla Cardoso and sophomore UCLA guard Kiki Rice. From Iowa’s historic preseason game that broke attendance records all the way through the WNBA draft in April, the series uses unparalleled access, exclusive interviews, and unique game footage to transport audiences into the lives of these exceptional athletes. Full Court Press follows them as they steer their celebrated programs towards a national championship, all while navigating the pressures that come with representing the game during a pivotal era in women’s basketball. Full Court Press followed these three players throughout this record-breaking season, capturing Kamilla Cardoso’s game-winning three-pointer to send South Carolina to the SEC Championship; Kiki Rice’s experiences as the first college athlete to have an NIL deal with Jordan brand; and Caitlin Clark becoming the all-time leading scorer in NCAA women’s basketball and the all-time leading scorer in NCAA collegiate basketball history. The show takes audiences from Paris to Brazil, from sold-out arenas in Baton Rouge to Iowa City for the biggest matchups, offering a window into this unique moment in the history of the sport. Emmy Award-winning director Kristen Lappas (daughter of Steve Lappas, former basketball coach at both Villanova and Manhattan College and current CBS Sports analyst) produced eight installments of ESPN’s acclaimed 30 for 30 series and directed the 30 for 30 multi-part series Dream On about the 1996 gold-medal-winning U.S. women’s basketball team. She won Emmys for her short sports docs Blackfeet Boxing: Not Invisible, A Mountain to Climb and her short film Arthur was adapted into a movie starring Mark Wahlberg and premieres in 2024.
    7 min. 37 sec.
  • AGT Superstar Jackie Evancho Releases A New Wave Of Sound Solla And Behind My Eyes

    22 MAG 2024 · Evancho wrote all 6 songs and co-produced the EP with Smash Mouth’s founding member and songwriter Greg Camp. The first single off Solla, Behind My Eyes, was released in September and went to radio in February and currently remains at #22 on the Billboard AC Chart.  Says Jackie about the song, “Behind My Eyes,” "This is a song I wrote to almost exemplify the feeling of losing it. It’s a song that doesn’t exactly make sense lyrically. There are feelings of paranoia, euphoria, mania, etc. It’s a big jumble of many things at once, and often it is hard to understand and empathize with the one trying to explain this.” Jackie goes on, “I’m excited, as well as nervous about the release of this song. I know in the end I’m telling my truth and I can’t wait to share who I am with the world and my fans.”   Singer, concert artist, actress, and model, Jackie Evancho is a platinum-selling recording artist who first became a worldwide sensation at the age of 10 years old, with her stunning debut performance singing “O Mio Babbino Caro” on season 5 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent (AGT). A career that began with a little girl’s fascination with the film adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera has led Billboard to twice include Jackie on its list of “music movers-and-shakers under the age of 21,” as well as Forbes Magazine naming Jackie to their list of “30 under 30,” in part due to the history she has made along the way  – the youngest solo platinum artist, earning the record away from Michael Jackson – the youngest top 5 debut artist ever in the U.K – the highest-ranking debut artist of 2010 – and a Guinness World Record as the youngest person to ever have a US Top 3 album.
    9 min. 7 sec.
  • Everyone Has Secrets Of The Dead Novelist Barbara J Taylor Releases Rain Breaks No Bones

    22 MAG 2024 · EVERYBODY HAS SECRETS. EVEN THE DEAD. Fifty-year-old Violet has had a good life. The love of an honest man. The joys of motherhood. Yet, even in 1955, her heart still aches over the death of her sister more than four decades earlier. Lately, Violet can't help thinking about the little girl, picturing her in the moments before the accident, wearing that pleated white dress and a hair bow to match. Maybe if her big sister were here now, she could tell Violet what to do about the secret she's been keeping from her daughter Daisy. Daisy has a secret of her own. When she first moved back home to Scranton, she wasn't ready to give up her dreams of performing in Atlantic City. Then she met Johnny, a man who needs music as much as she does. Her first real chance at love. If only they can find the courage to buck small-town thinking when it comes to interracial dating. Small-town thinking. Zethray had seen her fair share of it. That's why she advertised a room to rent in The Negro Motorist Green Book. Give folks a safe place to stay away from home. That's how Johnny ended up at her door. Now he's sweet on some young woman. Not that he told Zethray, but she knows. The dead like to talk, and she listens. If only her mother would tell the secret behind her shocking death. Instead, she stands silent, while that little girl with the bow in her hair runs wild. Rain Breaks No Bones, is the final novel in the Scranton Trilogy, starting with Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night, followed by All Waiting Is Long. Though the novels are connected, they each stand alone.
    15 min. 3 sec.
  • Pod Crashing Episode 313 With TV Personality Tiffany D Cross From The Podcast Across Generations

    21 MAG 2024 · Pod Crashing Episode 313 with Tiffany D Cross from the podcast Across Generations. Tiffany D Cross leads ACross Generations, a plainspoken and candid conversation with Black women from different stages in life. Each episode convenes a seasoned elder, a middle-aged, and a younger Black woman to discuss a single topic ranging from changing perspectives on sex to what you wish you knew about money in your 20's to the collective state of our womanhood in these contemporary times. their unique perspectives through regulatory, provocative, and introspective dialogue that can only come from the safe space that is created by Black women regardless of age.   Episodes here:   https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-across-generations-with-t-151083882/   
    20 min.
  • Singer Songwriter Zeya Ray From Season 25 On NBC's The Voice

    21 MAG 2024 · Zeya comes from a family of talented singers who never pursued professional careers. Everyone in her family loves music and often gathers to sing and play instruments. Zeya's fondest memories involve singing Alicia Keys' songs with her mom. At age 11, she decided to make music her dream and worked hard to become a professional musician. She performed at various events and gained recognition, with the local radio station reaching out to her for shows. A few years ago, Zeya felt burnt out from the music grind and decided to become a medical assistant. Although she loved working there, she really missed music and looked for a job with more flexibility. Zeya took a job as a nanny working for two separate families. She knew it would be a good fit given that she grew up helping with her eight siblings.
    17 min. 48 sec.

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