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No 95: Hamilton The Musical
Hamilton: A sung-and-rapped musical about the life of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. It was inspired by the 2004 biography; Alexander Hamilton by historian Ron Chernow. Winner of numerous awards and accolades, although sometimes criticized for it's not quite accurate depiction of the real life of the patriot. We take look into how this was made from a simple mix-tape into the hit Broadway musical.Â Featured Wine: The Federalist Zinfandel 2014 This week we are sponsored by SeatGiant.com and Podcoin.
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The Breakdown: A Tale of Two Musicals
Ten years ago, Lin-Manuel Miranda's explosive musical "In the Heights" changed the game for how Latino stories are portrayed on Broadway. It won the Tony that year for Best Musical, and started Miranda on an impressive career path culminating with Hamilton. But how did we get here? Latino USA hits Broadway and takes a look at the portrayal of Latinos on stage throughout history, including the other seminal musical in Latino history, "West Side Story."
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Revolutionary surfer, author and model Laird Hamilton shares the lessons he says heâ€™s learned from surfing with passion, enthusiasm and a sense of wonder. Laird is a veteran big-wave surfer who elevated the sport to an art form. He has risked his life to surf the biggest waves in existence, some that are more than 80 feet tall and move 50 miles per hour. Laird describes the first time he rode a giant wave as a mystical experience that inspired in him a fearless awe. Laird shares why he sees the ocean as a teacher: its power connects him with his spirituality and the waves teach him how to stand proudly and how to fall with grace.