20 Burst results for "Liza Minelli"
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Personally. I think judy is going anywhere anytime soon. But the idea is that she might and I try and take that for what. It is the implication that there will be other artists artists and singers. Who will mean as much as she did to future generations of gay men because even though the specifics of judy matter all the songs and her trials and tribulations wins and how she swings the microphone cord it's her meaning that matters more the promise that exquisite beauty and joy can coexist with terrible hardship ship? And that you know somewhere over the rainbow skies are blue. All you need to hear Peter maxine that song which he closes out his show every night to remind yourself. Judy is still trying to teach us. And how does it feel to sing over the rainbow at the end of the show. I look forward to it because you'll hear murmurs from the audience especially once they hear the intro Sometimes you'll hear someone crying and It's it's huge. It's a it's a big responsibility because as Liza Minnelli said nobody's saying it better than her mother did so The pressure is on at that point to really make sure this this is it. You GotTa if you haven't won them over by this point you know you you certainly don't WanNa lose them with over the rainbow so it's the responsibility sing that song his Hatton.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Decoder Ring
"Personally. I don't think judy is going anywhere anytime soon. But the idea is that she might and I try and take that for what. It is the implication that there will be other artists. Listen singers. Who will mean as much as she did to future generations of gay men because even though the specifics of judy matter all the songs and her trials and tribulations uh-huh and how she swings the microphone cord it's her meaning that matters more the promise that exquisite beauty enjoy can coexist with terrible hardship hip? And that you know somewhere over the rainbow skies are blue. All you need to hear pure maxine that song which he closes out his show every night to remind yourself what judy is still trying to teach us. And how does it feel to sing over the rainbow at the end of the show. I look forward to it because you'll hear murmurs from the audience especially once they hear the intro Sometimes you'll hear someone crying and It's it's it's huge. It's a big responsibility because as Liza Minnelli said nobody's saying it better than her mother did so The pressure is on at that point to really make sure this this this is it. You GotTa if you haven't won over by this point you know you you certainly don't WanNa lose them with over the rainbow so it's the responsibility. Sing that song in Hatton..
Renée Zellweger, Judy Garland, controlled and created (and fed drugs) by Hollywood's studio system
"AIR the new biopic Judy stars Renee Zellweger as the singer and Hollywood star Judy Garland during the final months of her life Judy Garland was forty seven when she died in London in nineteen sixty nine I film critic Justin Chang has this review Academy Awards voters can rarely resist a celebrity impersonation judging by some of the star turns that have won Oscars in recent years these are just performances their jaw dropping feats of mimicry Gary Oldman is Winston Churchill rami Malek is Freddie Mercury the new film Judy is being sold along similar lines Renee Zellweger is Judy Garland to judge by the breathless hype that has greeted the movie so far the approach seems to be paying off what makes Judy unusually fascinating for an otherwise standard celebrity biopic is that so worker isn't Judy Garland her transformation is impressive but hardly definitive even with the help of a dark wig and skillful makeup and prosthetics she doesn't exactly disappear into the role of the beloved singer and actress who captivated the public in movies like the wizard of oz and meet me in St Louis but even if you don't always believe you're in the presence of garland Zellweger nearly makes up in raw emotional commitment what she lacks in verisimilitude her intensely felt go for broke performance sometimes runs the risk of overwhelming this sturdy screen adaptation of Peter quilters stage play end of the rainbow. Judy begins with one of several flashbacks to the teenage garland on the set of the wizard of oz showing us how the industry created and destroyed her in the same breath her body an image or ruthlessly controlled by the powerful MGM studio head Louis B. Mayer who puts on a strict diet and gives her barbiturates amphetamines setting in motion the substance abuse problem that she will struggle with for the rest of her life but most of the movie is set in nineteen sixty nine long after her Hollywood heyday and mere months before her death at the age of forty seven Judy is now broke and virtually homeless dragging herself from one crummy Ellie club performance to another we meet her eldest child Liza Minnelli at a house party and also Judy's third husband Sydney loft who takes custody of their two young children well she reluctantly books a gig at the talk of the town night club in London although she's devastated at being separated from her kids Judy has little choice but to work overseas were her fans can still be counted on to turn out in full force. in London Judy's depression and insomnia quickly take over she pops pills skips rehearsals and nearly misses opening night but when she stumbles into the spotlight and starts crooning by myself and the trolley song her confidence come surging back and she enjoys having an appreciative crowd again. one night after a show Judy feeling lonely the friends an adoring couples Stan and Dan and joins them for a late dinner at their apartment in a touching scene damn played by Andy Nyman reminds Judy how much she means to her many gay fans sweet this you can't seem. sometimes I spy to get out there.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Q95
"Again, just say number seven. Writing. What's happening today in history? Kristie leo. Edgy birthdays on this day March twelfth nineteen twenty two Jack Kerouac was born. Oh, Josh on the road. I have read on the road. Yeah. Great great country. Indeed. What year was he born? Nineteen twenty two. Geez. Nineteen Forty-six Liza Minnelli was born. Oh, wow. Did you know that was the famous thing about Liza Minnelli Mary gay guys? Oh, she came out with a with a microphone in her hand. She was born with a microphone in her. Yes. Judy Garland was so drunk. This week. Is that right? Oh, born on this date in one thousand nine hundred forty seven Mitt Romney. Let's go with he's a Senator again or what what does he seventy one seventy two nickname myths? Knit. I don't know. Says Mitt Romney here. I know. But I mean, there's a short for myth you or. Nick nephew. Mark, Luke and John. If you do. Full name like catcher's mitt. Myth. Milton maybe Mitt Romney. His middle. Name is MIT family name Willard Willard mitt. Term up Ernest borgnine. Bruce davison. Yeah. Sure. Remember that? I don't remember American. That's about the rats. Yeah. So it's one that has the isn't that a the song? Ben, Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson, the great Michael Jackson. Born on this date in nineteen forty eight James Taylor JT. How many times people? We've named our son daughter after you James Taylor. A lot of Taylor's out there. Like a lot of them are named after we were she was conceived Taylor swift problem. You're listening to fire and rain. Oh. Pieces on the ground. Lorde? We're talking about obscure things. Yeah. Maybe you will get this chick McGee possibly you Mr. Godwin when Bob and I were up in harbor springs out. I hope it don't get we sometimes in the middle of the night. They would test they would have to do certain tests on the on the radio station. And so our engineer who was a great guy a one night the show, the I should explain the the radio station was across the bay in Petoskey. But so Bob an era in harbor springs. And we have the station on in this in our engineer had floated an album entire album on he was playing it because he was working on the transmitter, right? And you've already got your hand up. And so I realized that he's playing James Taylor's greatest hits. And the last song is the live version of the last song is the live version of steamroller steamroller. Got the big big f Mr. Mr. soft rock himself JT who by the way is a great rocket roller in real life. He the big the big word comes up, and I'm trying frantically. I've listened this with Bob going. I wonder if he probably doesn't know it's coming up because it was in those bay was an album side. It was a final record of frantically trying to call the hotline to get a hold of the engineer. We didn't. Nobody probably not James Taylor's birthday. I forget what. Yes. Nineteen forty eight. The topic. So long ago, we're talking about it to wrap up our birthdays on this date, nineteen sixty two Darryl. Strawberry was born the inventor of the strawberry. Shortcake? Exactly. So every day. Oh. I should've been a shortstop would have been a lot better straw that stirred robbery shortstops, strawberries. Wait a minute. That's hilarious. So. Title. Marched wealth is national pancake day at I up for the holiday patrons. Can enjoy a free short stack of original buttermilk pancakes? Though, they are urged to leave a donation is it half price for it. I hop has since raised thirty million dollars for charity since they started this deal. Yeah. I also plant a flower day, but I have a question. Yes. Read the first sentence. I think is is it it's national. Yeah. Pancake day. Anyone wanna take? It's the international house of pancakes. International house of pancakes about time. We got this sorted out. All right. So I don't know. Maybe it's just me, by the way. How do you feel Josh about flavored maple syrup now? Flavored syrup maple should be the flavor. Yeah. Flavored syrups boys and Barry. Whatever the hell else. Strawberry blueberry. No blueberry syrup. No, no, no, blueberry, pancakes, blueberries maple syrup. That's it. Yes. On top or on the side on top. Of course. I know you're a man. No. I'm aside. I started complaining about how your that? He was due to cyber. Yeah. And then it gets too much it soaks. You wanted to soak in soak in sponge that master Christie on the side and the back. I mean..
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Double Toasted
"No one way that this movie stands out from the others is that kind of pulls back on the grandeur of some of the other films nineteen fifty four had the Liza Minnelli Judy, Judy, God, I'm thinking about Judy, Garland, her margin. The Judy Garland version in with that one. At the time that was that was like a huge blockbuster, right? That was like that was like Star Wars. When I came out and there's the original cut was three hours. Yeah, we'll think is even today when you watch it, it's still three hours. But back then that's the way it was. They've gone back and restored a lot of, okay, because because I was about to watch the night and I say, hey, on Watch I watch. long Judy. Garland from the wizard of Oz, she plays the female role in here the the rising star. And back then when they were pitching it, they say, the blockbuster business was born eighties, but this was the equivalent of a blockbuster when it came out. Star is born and then it's lender and deep, emotional fire in a shining beauty and wonderful art. A new era in motion. Picture achievement is also born. You'll see it in the richness and magnificence. So lavishly poured into every see not exist after this shit. You know. You know. Ever see is gonna. Honeyball into a world. This guy. Great spectacle..
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Double Toasted
"No one way that this movie stands out from the others is that kind of pulls back on the grandeur of some of the other films nineteen fifty four at the Liza Minnelli out. Note Judy, Judy, God, I'm thinking about Judy, Garland. Judy, Garland version in with that one. At the time that was that was like a huge blockbuster, right? That was like that was like, Star Wars came out and there's the original cut was three hours. Yes, I think is even today when you watch it, it's still three hours. But back then that's the way it was gone back and restored. A lot of, okay, because I was about to watch the night and say. Was long, Judy, Garland from the wizard of Oz. She plays the female role in the the rising star. And back then when they were pitching it, they say the bug-buster. Business was born in the eighties, but this was the equivalent of a blockbuster when it came out. Yes, star is bored and splendor, and deep, emotional fire in a shining beauty and wonderful heart. A new era in motion. Picture achievement is also born. You'll see it in the richness and magnificence. So lavishly poured into every see movies that exist after this. You know. Ever see is everybody. Yeah. Into a world that guy back. This guy that guy back. Great spectacle..
Liza Minnelli wants nothing to do with Renée Zellweger or the Judy Garland biopic
"To local movie theaters this weekend jason nathanson with the story behind the opening of incredible too not weird at all an eighteen point five million dollars thursday night debut for incredible to which more than doubles the previous best thursday night for an animated movie two dozen sixteenths finding dory that means the long awaited sequel will almost certainly scored the best opening weekend ever for an animated film or record also held by finding dory which earned a hundred and thirty five million in its debut weekend also scoring well among fans incredible to scoring and ninety four percent fresh rating at rotten tomatoes red who renee zellweger set to play judy garland and a bio pic summer raving about her resemblance of the plaza dot coming from liza minnelli though judy's daughter says she doesn't approve nor sanctioned the bio pic of that any reports of the contrary are in her words one hundred percent fiction minnelli's comments came after a report the zellwegger in lies i had met to discuss the movie is rising wins news time four thirty nine welcome to total wine and more boy gets all of this bear out of the way how about if i find a.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"She's tough do anything like kendall's better watch out if that was if that was not fake they're single maybe they maybe they've made out a little bit but that doesn't mean anything seeing in the club is not like mesnier together hasn't kissed a model in the club you know it just happens it doesn't have it have you know but let it be a joke next call highly second time longtime i keep seeing david and liza on my instagram explore page and apparently they are people who have broken up and now that means that love as we know is dead and so i'm wondering who they are and why should care about the relationship think good form bella thorne it's not david guests and liza minnelli in case you were wondering they are also there david guston liza minelli on a youtube and their youtube page that would have more subscribers than this guy but i think a lot of people's response who to older we're like leave guests stem leave your meriting us the marriage going david fantastic best wife in the world everything you'd expected better better house view any downside grabbed him when i saw him when i got out of there and i said why did you let me marry this he said you look so happy iron no let me go i said how could you send it over relax is david dobric and liza koshi who got a broker and the reason why that's important is because they are like youtube people who are huge she especially is huge she was the one who is doing the interviewing at the ball and everyone was like who are you and she was wearing that like dress that ever was rude about it didn't look as fancy as as the other dresses but she is a like a youtube star big one big big big one and she's she was dating or is yeah recently was dating this guy david who's also youtube star so when to youtube stars powers combined you can imagine it's like unstoppable.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"So i mean you're an idiot so let's go to the next photo to talk about the best worst movie that i've ever seen in my life sex in the city too sex in the city to they decide that you're gonna go to fabulous trip samantha's got a great pr opportunity i'm going to all job i'm bringing all my gals and so they leave and they get to the job i've seen it so many times i hate watch it every time and they get there and maranda is such a geek she's the one that knows about the dates and she's reading about it oh dates of cheese like she's the biggest geek in the show because she's so excited about being in the middle east and they arrive here and this the set was ugly they acted like it was the biggest prettiest hotel and then go to the next photo this is my favorite scene ever pay i'm gonna have to do my impression hold on because she's at she's at the spice market and she's like take them yes please thank you twenty dollars for shoes and then she turns around and and she sees eight inch and then it gives her hugging she keeps her arm fireside that's what the market remember is this the one that started with the wedding with liza minnelli singing oh take me while you're on everything about it is horrible and then so then they go and they're eating and she's like howdy carries hiding you're missing the lady eating the french fried under thing look what saw.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The company whose it owned by who who subscribes to it who's protecting her and that should be shunned because one thing that you're going to see on the sunday programs and i always like doing friday radio shows friday radio show you is that the sunday shows there's going to be a news dump tonight by the way but the the the sunday shows they're going to talk about where they think we're the right by the way we're trump made a mistake they're going to talk about the employment numbers but they're gonna they're gonna talk about it the way they want to win the in the propaganda numbers but we're gonna talk about trump they're going to bash them about the trade tariffs which is the other benefit of trump he's getting social soviet democrats to embrace free trade simply because they hate him and they want to do the reverse of anything he does but that's going to be the refreshing part and they're going to open all the sunday shows with the trade wars that he brought upon himself by listening to bed advisors like wilbur ross the liza minnelli impersonators steven mnuchin or peter navarro which is the conservative version of saul alinsky just another professor who never did anything has a lot of ideas of how to socially engineer the academy but the one thing that that is for sure is that we are in this tribalisation where it's one side or the other you're not taking part the issues and what happens then is the scam goes on because what's not being discussed is the lack of of action on obamacare the continued funneling of it and then what is being perpetrated on us is that through these tariffs you're taking your eye off the ball you're not seeing this as a union payoff to an industry that has been more hasn't been more profitable than recently in four decades steel is booming american steel you got one hundred forty thousand people that are now subsidized there are no guaranteed profits at the at the cost of six and a half million that rely specifically on it industry let alone the big picture view of how that affects the guy going to work right now who's not coming home in the five o'clock hour book go into a second job how these policies almost negate all of the good thing things that he's done all of the benefits that he's done.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Gay best friend yes oh was he the bald guy and truly like i don't hate him as a character i was fine with him in the series and i actually liked that they did an episode where it's like don't just set up your to gay friends that's not gonna work out right salting but in sex in the city the second movie which i did see theaters opens with an absolute car wreck of a wedding with liza minnelli singing single ladies right and stanford blatch and i'm gonna forget what mario cantona's character name was but they get married yeah i don't remember i mean that's that's if you knowledge the sex and the city movies and not in the canon yeah it's tricky i i agree i think sanford is one of those problematic characters but also one of those characters where i was like i see myself yes yes i too have fallen in love with a male model yeah i have no chance with but i will put all of my hopes and dreams in yes what is it like being sort of best friends and doing a podcast together and like do you ever like we hate each other jess we turned it on for you go home and we go in tiny dolls of what another we are truly great friends i'd say do you live in new york or la i live in both right la and new york right right that's what my time equally between the two the right now it feels like a more new york.
Rusty water heater to blame for Iowa family's death in Mexico, police say
"A worker who allegedly placed a recording device in an employee restroom at lahey hospital and medical center in burlington no longer works there hospital says the miniature device was hidden in a pen that was found last week during a routine cleaning say it had only been there for a brief period of time no patients or visitors were apparently impacted meantime they've determined what killed in iowa family as they slept in a rented condo at a resort in may in mexico's yucatan peninsula chief investigator in mexico told the des moines register the shark family of iowa suffocated after inhaling propane gas from a rusty boiler this happened in the mall at the tau vacation community in mexico's mayan rivera the officials said there was a week coming up from the laundry room which had no ventilation that cbs's adrienne bard and items belonging to liza minnelli are going up on the auction block in california many of those on display right now in beverly hills as flapper dress.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Yeah it's it's a feedback loop essentially and that's how the bad and the beautiful does operate but getting manelli i mean think about the context here for him that i think is just fascinating first of all a little shared background on the georgia and jonathan shields characters they also both are second generation yes hollywood players and they have similar relationships to their fathers in this case shields was essentially he was not given any connections by his father when he died or any money really he was forced to start on his own and georgia lawrenson we get the impression he had no time for her when he was alive and so part of her depression in alcoholics is the experience of living under that shadow they're trying to back at him live up to their like do i want to even be in this business and and she does but she's tortured about that shadow and so again put this in the context of minelli at this point he had already married and divorced judy garland who he had directed previously and they had had their own hollywood princess liza minnelli was born in nineteen forty six so all of this may seem very glamorous and stuff of the glitter ati but for him it was very personal absolutely presented i think you can feel that in the film you can feel that in the performances i think what distinguishes this from being something that tries to gloss over all of that pain and hardship is the fact that we're left with the sense at least i was each of those three people are making an individual choice there at the end and they have fully taken into account what they've existed relationship the scope and it's not just this sort of well but hollywood and they dance off the snow and.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Of lung cancer sixty even say what deal gone you'll sir notts hits liza minnelli's birthday then sent hair piece seventy two is that brendan bravo some and three wall kyw news time eight fifty to brian's back traffic and transit on the tubes we had so much updates on 420 to ease bound much better between linfield limerick and twenty nine at courtesy of a member of the at t phone force we called us at two one five seven twenty 1060 doesn't mean you're out of the woods you're still slow between approaching oats and route twenty three in king of prussia russell looking at delays 95 southbound from bridge and to gerard earlier accident clearer than delays delaware county ridley part to 320 to north out heavy from the delaware state line to the approach of the blue route an accident on the right lane there and then sluggish around the penn's landing tunnel earlier uh who actually they're still working on this a disabled vehicle around bridge that's partially in the left lane of the vine expressway westbound jam river to river martin luther king dr outbound there's an access and blocking all lanes past montgomery and traffic now sharing on the inbound lanes it's a real messy who might wanna stay on the schuylkill he says with a question mark by the westbound bear to the vine the boulevard a contract and slow again bull a blue route two through 202 eastbound had generally jam to to the gulf mills contract to belmont city divide and approaching pass gyanco little minor accident on the right shoulder as major bike westbound you're tip of lays will grow to before washington blue route's outbound ridge and then between route one in baltimore pike northbound ninety five to route one in new jersey forty two northbound heavy approaching 50 555 slow to merge that delay continues up past 295 to ninety five slow from forty two up to hadn't field burly inroad actually almost of hass hadn't veal berlin road now breeders looking good mass transit no west front line up to twenty minute delays due to a signal problems next update less than ten minutes i'm bryan rowe the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center i'm.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Thirty eight dean richards sunday morning on wgn for a lot of you your introduction to the musical cabaret came from solderer liza minnelli in the movie the oscarwinning movie for which she won an academy award for their have the smattering of applause fertilizer manali in the room here today there has been the there have been many of comes a color of reproductions of vocabulary through the years and one that is playing right now is out at the paramount theater in aurora that i saw not too long ago and enjoy day and i'm very happy to have in studio with us much of the cast here with us today including kelly fault house takes on the role of uh sally balls welcome back next a half inky for having me and also joseph anthony bird who is so fully clothed i wonder how would you are going to the very high ix and come to the scottish labour yatom constricting i made a jo very for you then louisana your today in the emcee roland can everybody else around the room introduce themselves so don't miss pronounce any other names would also part of the unsellable on dini doing wells urged man next to have you halls and i'm adrienne stores.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on WSB-AM
"To nine pm on news 955 and am 750 wsb gang all here tonight longuet are ya the stoic eskimo on the other side of the out window screen your calls low t charcoal to be and i thought it was going to talk about today but i just got confirmation of a story that logo he told me before the show uh this is we know what to say i was carried the headline this from tmz who actually turned out to be a pretty decent source of breaking news no you're on the last couple of you know used to be a joke put this is the headline on twitter richard prior's widow so richer prior we know who he is one of the greatest dana comedians alltime his widow means is his wife he died loses his widow so we're we're good right now richard prior's widow and so forth so far so good you follow me right confirms your confirms means itchy verify verifies it good job chuck he richard prior richer friars widow confirms he richard pryor slept with we note would generally that that means went on to you know yes yeah we gnocchi yes quite his adult relations built the last the last towards ahead it is now what enough i reached out headline you're thinking all right richard prizewinner confirmed he slept with uh goldie hawn or liza minnelli or some some one of that ilk in the '70s you know legspin well up oil liza minnelli goldie hawn faye dunaway or claimed thirty four thousand dollars mariel hemingway like these it ended near you didn't sleep with yet if i had it if this was you know match game and i was richer prize when it confirms he slept with blank those are my guesses a goal goldie hawn number one i don't know why but i'm thinking goldie hawn by number one guess nancy reagan lies at no liza minnelli's numbers answer for everything uh fifth grade nancy sinatra i would have dr all right no no no the rest of the headline is richard prior's widow confirms he slept with marlon brando i don't even know what to do with that uh either when truck told me that i was like what as i said i.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Cleats travelers four one one my new best fred ed walls this on the lie i just love his style of delivery and clearly he has not only the knowledge but the passion necessary to be the general manager of the diplomat beach resort in hollywood florida which is on florida's east coast north of miami and south of fort lauderdale so is it a great spot but before we get into talking about where it is located in why you should choose to stay in that location i'm really interested in what i always regard as the ghosts of celebrity guests passed the diplomat hotel was for decades the place that fancy pence people would seek out home to some of the guests of the that hay day period in the fifties and sixties we ed uh boy it said it was really a mecca for lotta northeast entertainment uh i think when jackie gleason was doing the jackie gleason show in miami the live from miami beach we were hosting the rat aca frank sinatra played new year's eve here liza minnelli stayed here we just honored and margaret for the fort lauderdale film festival at the hotel uh so hits uh we've got a really cool pictures of sammy davis jr and uh a lot of the guys from that period of time tony bennett and so on so we got a little black and white of going on here sometimes but uh it's uh it's fun and everybody in town the other little black you might going on well it's the i look at these old black and white pictures and uh you know from that 60s period of time and those guys look very young men here well in regrettably summer gone and you said sammy davis jr in my head said smoky smoky is why frank sinatra used to call sammy davis jr and i learned that from some i adore um she passed away while you were in ireland in december a killie smith and she in frank had a little romance going on there while she was married to louis prima all this stuff i got directly from harsh so this is not you know all g is not true where'd you get that kill you told me that's where i got it but um yeah that so that was.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Um she's really not supposed to be very good so why are you aspiring to be her and i think that's why i'm drawn to it because to me sally bowls singing you're right with the exception of liza minnelli who is an incredible singer in that movie it's that idea of like when i was a kid in high school i used to turn out all the lights in my bedroom and in the dark saying and pretend that i was singing in front of a in like a jazz club or something and just expressing myself and it kind of has nothing to do with with being a great singer it has everything to do with with just like leaving your heart on stage and that to me is what it if that simi what i like about it like in these cavalry's that i do it it's different it's honestly differ music every time and different songs because it's whatever is kind of of speaking me in any particular moment that's can and make me have that that feeling of of laying my beating heart on stage um jonathan grove it's just been great to talk with you thank you so much it's such an honor to get to talk to you jonathan graf recorded in october a couple of weeks after the release of the net flicked series mind hunter in which he stars as an fbi agent all ten episodes are available for viewing the show's been renewed for second season later this month he'll do a salute to the songs of bobby darren at new york's ninety seconds street why lyrics and lyricists series and that wraps up our holiday series tomorrow on fresh air we get back to new interviews and talk about alzheimer's disease what we know about how the disease attacks the brain and destroys memory and what researchers are investigating that might delay its onset and reduce the damage it causes my guest will be british neuroscientist and researcher joseph jebali author of the new book in pursuit of memory the fight against alzheimer's i hope you'll join us.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What we do now it's trying to trying to define who we are and how we relate to each other in in the modern day gay experience so one of the things you are preparing to do and there's this l along running series called lyrics in their assists in which a singer or a group of singers celebrate the lyrics of a great songwriter and you're gonna be doing a new revamped version of lurks in their assess what are some of your favorite songs that you most like this seeing it like you you've done a cabaret app like what's what's your ideal cabaret act oh god that that you could question i've always just trying to be sally bowls which is very good singer is the singer in cabaret and she's not smith at that's that i guess it's better throwback effect that oh she was play by liza minnelli in the movie she's really not supposed to be very good so why are you aspiring to be her i think that's why i am drawn to it because ptf to me so he bowls singing you're right with the exception of liza minnelli who is an incredible singer in that movie it's that idea of like what i was a kid in high school i used to turn out all the lights in meyer bedroom and in the dark sang and pretend that i receding in front of a in like a jazz club or something and just expressing myself and it kind of has nothing to do with with being a great singer it has everything to do with with just like leaving your heart on stage and that to me is what i if that's to me what i like about it like in these capillaries that i do it it's different it's honestly differ music every time a different songs because it's whatever is kind of of speaking to me in any particular moment that's can and make me have that that feeling of of laying my beating heart unstable jonathan graf it's just been great to talk with you thank you so much it's such an honor to get to talk to you jonathan graf recorded in october a couple of weeks after the release of the net flicked series mind hunter in which he stars as an fbi agent all ten episodes are available for viewing the.
"liza minnelli" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"The stairs she goes in and when she goes in she sees this in this room it's a wonderful room and there's toys and then there's this little doll halls that looks like a miniature of the house that they're in so she looks and so she looks and little dolls which by the way has a little girl in it that she creepy out that is hand it looks a little little dolls and in the closet there's a key well and she's got a lookin and she gets the key she's kind of looking back force from that room from the dolls to the closet to the doll so the closet what do you think she's going to do grab the key go try at the cost she does and what he thinks she finds the doll all of these the hideous stall that was made by this djupedal you'll looking at the picture it's a creepy doll isn't it creepy who really creepy huge eyes huge eyes yes who's who's the girl in um you'll psalm where over the rainbow what what was are um judy garland what was her daughter's name liza minnelli remember liza minnelli's i this reminds me of her eyes well anyway right she looks like the face yes with almost as much makeup y'all's there you go now this stall is in there and she finds and she finds it try set the door but now it's too late and things start to spiral downhill from there now let me just give you the idea the mood of the movie darkness and shadows everywhere the movie is a rather slowmoving but that's because they want to build build up to the the podge this shocking moments and they will even longtime cisco no music you know then there'll be music at times at times just no music just silence as they're wandering through the darkness trying to find what they're doing meanwhile this doll is out there you never really see the doll move he kinda do in the distance and that's it but it can possess people okay kinda get where this going i do okay an arctic dolls demonic dolls right and and um you find out that the guys daughter who died her name was annabel that be.