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Friday, November 18, 2011
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Must. Read. Now.
The ever-delicious Carrie Fisher: Electroshock therapy caused memory loss. That, and 70-lb. cinnamon buns weighing down her hemispheres.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
A shout out from (and to) Dianne Kay!
A big thank-you to the delightful Dianne Kay for giving me a kind shout-out on her fun and informative blog on her new, official website, www.diannekayproductions.com!
It was my pleasure to interview Dianne for the new episode of my behind-the-scenes pop culture podcast, "Reimagine That!" Dianne is so easygoing and warm -- and her sense of humor and knack for storytelling made her the perfect guest for our new Retroality.TV audio show. Check out part 1 of Dianne's two-part interview in the YouTube file she's kindly embedded on her blog here, then peruse the rest of her site -- just like Ms. Kay, it's a real gem!
On that note, thanks to my podcast announcer/producer, Linda Kay (no relation -- it's a small world, indeed), for her stellar job in helping execute "Reimagine That!" Linda received a wonderful interview from Dianne in August for Linda's cool website, The C.A.P.E.R. Project, devoted to the cult '70s kids show The Kids from C.A.P.E.R. Dianne tells Linda all about working with the C.A.P.E.R. "kids" (they were grown men!) during her very first TV job: http://www.kidsfromcaper.com/actorsdiannekay.htm
Stay tuned for part 2 of Dianne's "Reimagine That!" interview, which will post within episode four of the podcast in late November.
P.S.: Here's a closer-up look at Dianne's kind words ...
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