Way Off the Record
The theme of the pod is "stories from the under-reported masses" such as that amazing server that managed to handle the front of the bar AND the rowdy comedy audience in the back. The people behind the scenes of TV, film. The lives of inde musicians, etc. Not entertainment-themed, necessarily.
WOTR seeks to give a voice to folks we don't normally hear about, and directly from them.
I have always been a fan of Jane Monheit, from the first time I saw her sing at the (now defunct) legendary NYC cabaret Eighty-Eights.
Jane and I delve into her decades-long career; from a 17-year-old student to what she has accomplished to this day. Please have a listen.
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Dirty Martini, 2.0 !!
We check in with our friend, the amazingly talented (and sweet as can be) Dirty Martini. We discuss so many things that have changed in the past year, including how Covid has hit the entertainment community so hard.
We also have fun discussing Gary Beeber’s amazing film “Dirty Martini and the New Burlesque”, Barbara Stanwyck the badass (and former burlesque star), Dirty’s Dad, aka, the Bionic Man, Puppet Shows. Also on the docket: Front Row Paul, Murray Hill, World Famous Bob, Suzanne Bartsch and her Follies, Amanda Lepore Dita von Teese, among others.
We also get some juicy clips of the various burlesque venues that Dirty has performed in.
Photo credit for thumbnail and first image in the video by the brilliant Steven Menendez.
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Rachel Green 2.0
As usual, with the hilarious Rachel Green, there are no topics off-limits.
ON THE DOCKET: Rachel's career, Covid, oat milk, "sounding" at the Eagle gift shop (Google it, guurl, I can't hold your hand), and all the things.
Special thanks to @MelanieVesey for here amazing @TikTok video.
Allison Gill (AG)
We sit down with Allison Gill, aka, AG, creator of Mueller, She Wrote and the Daily Beans podcasts. Allison is a former high-ranking government employee, a PhD in Health administration, a writer, and a stand-up comic. She’s also a Webby-award winner that continues to have a powerful voice in today’s media.
No topic was off the table, so have a listen and let us know what you think.
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Allison's new podcast, Cleanup on Aisle 45: https://www.patreon.com/aisle45pod
Check out Allison's music: https://open.spotify.com/artist/42EdvAuAfzp1pjzxs25Lut
I sit down w dear cousin, Brittany as we learn of her harrowing journey, and ultimate triumph, w Lyme disease. As with everything w her, it's that beautiful light and spirit that pulls her through. There's a ton of useful info, including links in the show notes.
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For more information on treatment and coping mechanisms for lyme,
please check out these resources:
Insight Timer: Meditation App (available on iOs and Android)
Eastern treatments of Lyme
Bryan Rosner has cutting-edge info as a researcher/journalist.
For people who would like to hear it from an MD, I would recommend Bill Rawls or Marty Ross's websites
We talk all about the porn industry, open relationships, running for local office and teaching flamenco to small kids, among other things. Also discussed is how all of this is affected by coronavirus. Antonio was so open and lovely and very patient because our feed froze twice, what a champ!
Learn more about Antonio through social media:
FB: https://www.facebook.com/antonio.biaggidavila (https://www.facebook.com/antonio.biaggidavila)
Temporarily closed, this is a great place to see authentic, arresting flamenco performances in Savilla, Spain:
Casa de la Memorial @flamencomemoria
This podcast is filled with unexpected surprises, always with a humbling tone. ❤️
It has a little bit of everything! Nice to hear unique stories from different perspectives from interesting personalities.
Fun and informative
Favorites include “Shut Up and Listen” about a mom with two teen kids, one a trans son, the other, non-binary and “Eric Shepherd— album review!