LN 423 – A Tall Story

Writer, Comic And Host Of The Moth Story Slams, Brian Finkelstein

Writer, Comic And Host Of The Moth Story Slams, Brian Finkelstein

“Just the facts, Ma’am,” doesn’t apply here; for Langdon, it’s all in the details of the story, and he welcomes a true master for this show; Emmy-nominee, comic and Host of The Moth Story Slams, Brian Finkelstein, joins the conversation and it’s a great discussion of story, people and our search for meaning – and laughter’s not surprisingly a big part of that; our lovely Crysta Garner is back and she brings her beauty and off-kilter insight to the conversation, leading to revelations about emotional struggles and suicide; and to the big question of the day: what (the heck) is in her giant purse?…there are plenty of laughs, big nods to Spalding Gray, advice from George Carlin and a wee bit of Madonna bashing; demon, or dumb hoax?… the Crew also takes a peek at the Charlie, Challenge and some video evidence; get tix for the Fringe show, pics, links and watch the episode at the website; click the arrow to listen or “Download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation.

 

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Crysta, Brian Finkelstein And Langdon After The Show

Crysta, Brian Finkelstein And Langdon After The Show

 

 

The Inimitable Spalding Gray...He Is Missed

The Inimitable Spalding Gray…He Is Missed

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LN #412 – She’s A Player

Wonder Woman of Comedy, Heather Anne Campbell

Wonder Woman of Comedy, Heather Anne Campbell

Improv comedy maven Heather Anne Campbell, best known for her superlative work on the hilarious Whose Line Is It Anyway?, joins the fun; from a childhood playing dress up in Chicago to working with Drew Carey and Aisha Tyler, she’s got great stories of a magical career in comedy; there’s also The Muppets meets Pulp Fiction (and many proposed television reboots, like the new X-Files) and, because Langdon’s never late to a party, “Serial,” the true-crime, record-breaking podcast (that everyone listened to last year); all this, plus xenophobia (and Xena-phobia with Lucy Lawless), Bill Cosby, and the gangs’ imaginary friends; pics and links are at the website, along with how to get tix for the Artemis Women In Action Film Festival and our live red carpet broadcast; click the arrow below to listen or “Download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation!

 

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Alarmingly Charming (& Very Funny) - Heather Anne Campbell

Alarmingly Charming (& Very Funny) – Heather Anne Campbell

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