Adam Spiegelman, host of podcasting's Proudly Resents, recently threw the format for his show -- reviewing and rehashing bad "guilty pleasure" movies with guest comedians and commentators -- into a blender and hit "frappé". He's stepped up the level of his guests for most shows and the movie angle often serves as a way to either get into or slide out of the interview.
For someone on the verge of unleashing a vast reservoir of wrath for public consumption, singer-songwriter Allison Moorer sounded downright chipper, much like Rayna James on the night last year when the fictitious country music star of Nashville swept the imaginary version of the CMA Awards.
Of course, real life is much more complicated than the melodramatic histrionics revealed each week ...
In a Q&A for his 2011 PBS documentary "Black In Latin America," Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. said:
There were 11.2 million Africans that we can count who survived the Middle Passage and landed in the New World, and of that 11.2 million, only 450,000 came to the United States. That’s amazing. All the rest went south of Miami as it were.
Kary McHoul will fill ABC Family’s newly created role of Senior Vice President, Programming and Development Unscripted, the company announced Friday. McHoul will assume the position Feb. 9. She’ll report to the company’s Executive Vice President, Programming and Development, Karey Burke. Also read: Former ABC Family President Michael Riley Named CEO of KCETLink Media Group ...
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