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patricia cronin Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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Debbie talks to Patricia Cronin about art and politics.
Aired 5 months ago 44:14
Goodbye, My Friend, It's Not the End
After two years of filth, DirtCast is hanging up the micâ€”for now. In this bittersweet episode, Maddie and Megan dish the Spice Girls dirt, dive into 90 Day FiancÃ©, and try out their Elizabeth Holmes impressions, along with an array of rants and mems. As the Spice Girls sang after Geri Halliwellâ€™s departure in 1998:Goodbye, my friend(I know you're gone, you said you're goneBut I can still feel you here)It's not the end(I gotta keep it strong before the pain turns into fear)So glad we made itTime will never change it, no, no, no(No, no, no, no)You know it's time to say goodbye(No, no, no, no)Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aired 1 year ago 69:47
Author & Screenwriter Brad Schreiber . "What Are You Laughing At?"
Check out the new Deep Dish Radio Facebook Page. Tim's there and you can tell him how much you wish he'd shut up and let the guests talk.This episode: Brilliant and funny author Brad Schreiber and his new, revised book "What Are You Laughing At?"â€œPeople have forgotten how to be funny,â€ says Chris Vogler in his foreword to What Are You Laughing at? Luckily, experienced and award-winning humor writer Brad Schreiber is here to remind us all how itâ€™s done. If laughter is the best medicine, be prepared to feel fit as a fiddle after perusing these pages. Bradâ€™s clever wit and well-timed punch lines are sure to leave you grasping your sides, while his wise advice will ensure that youâ€™re able to follow in his comedic footsteps.With more than seventy excerpts from such expert prose and screenwriters as Woody Allen, Steve Martin, and Kurt Vonnegut Jr., as well as unique writing exercises for all situations, this comprehensive tutorial will teach you how to write humor prose for any literary form, including screenwriting, story writing, theater, television, and audio/radio. Additionally, readers are given sage advice on different tactics for writing comedic fiction versus comedic nonfiction. Get the book wherever you get your books