Sometimes the most effective way to make your dreams come true is to keep it all a big mysterious secret.
Today comedian Tim Warner joins us to take a look at how people’s need for praise and identity gets in the way of getting stuff done.
Aretha Franklin’s funeral was overshadowed by Pastor Charles H. Ellis III groping Ariana Grande and joking that her name sounds like something from the menu at Taco Bell.
Today Carma Nibarger joins us to take a look at the pastor’s D-I-S-R-E-S-P-E-C-T for women at Aretha Franklin’s funeral.
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Madonna’s in hot water again for ruining another celebrity tribute. Today the hilarious Matt Brown joins us to take a look at the life and music of the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin – her infamous feuds with Patti Labelle and Dionne Warwick, her insistence on being pad in cold hard cash and why she didn’t leave a will.
Celebrities are just like us except when they fall on hard times, they get a boat load of money for endorsing embarrassingly crappy products that makes their fall from grace even more spectacular.
Today comedian Matt Brown joins us to take a look at the most ridiculous celebrity product endorsements ever.
Some of the most important musical contributions to modern American music have come from African Americans, whose musical roots in African slave spirituals evolved into all our favorite styles: jazz, hip-hop, soul, funk, country, pop and rock.
Today Erthe St. James, the Duke of Soul joins me to take a casual look at modern black musicians that have inspired us from James Brown, Quincy Jones and Nile Rogers, to Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and Erika Badu.
With all the opportunities to connect on social media and dating apps today, there’s never been a time where more people have also been able to reject each other. It can hurt when someone says “no.”
Today comedian Meg Grunewald joins in to share her online dating adventures and explore why so many people get the blues when romance doesn’t work out as planned.
One of the most influential comedians of our time has been Scott Thompson with his work on The Kids in the Hall, the pioneering sketch comedy show where five friends every week crossdressed into outrageous characters; and his creation of Buddy Cole, the acid tongued gay socialite who can get away with saying anything.
Today comedian Scott Thompson joins us to talk about his iconic character, the re-release of Budy Cole’s biography ‘Buddy Babylon’ and his new hit show Après Le Déluge (After the Flood): The Buddy Cole Monologues.
Art has the power to take pain and suffering and make it transcendent.
I have cancer. When I went to have my basal cell carcinoma removed, I asked the doctor if I could film it and turn it into art like the French performance artist Orlan, she just laughed and said “no.” But I did get to take a medical selfie.
The Dalai Lama says if every child in the world could be taught to meditate, folks wouldn’t be at each other’s throats. Until that day comes, at every bar in the world there are staff who work tirelessly to keep a saloon brawl from breaking out.
Today comedian Tim Warner joins us to talk about his experience working in a slew of gay bars.