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- Speaking Freely - 20100427 - Neil Cunningham

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Neil Cunningham is an American actor who has appeared in numerous movies. Among them: The Taking of Pelham 1,-2-3, Down and Out in Beverly Hills, Sweet Dreams, Alice's Restaurant, On the Brink, and One Across the Ground. He most recent role was in the HBO movie, You Don't Know Jack. Directed by Barry Levinson and starring Al Pacino the film is about Dr. Kevorkian.

- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20100426

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- Icon Art Radio - 20100425 - A New Word for Art Please

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- A View From the Pew - 20100425

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- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20100425

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- Life & Debt - 20100425 - Dollar Cliff

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AudreySynonymous with elegance, refinement and real sophistication, La Crosse, Wisconsin are the two words (or are they three?) which led Irving Toast upon a small cross-region trek to find poetry alive and thriving in its natural habitat.  This open mic, recorded on March 18, 2010 at The Pump House Regional Arts Center, is filled with the strong, the strange and the pure strombolic elements of poetic achievement.  Featuring National Poetry Series winner, William Stobb; Ruth Lily Prize winner, David Krump; and a cast of characters culled from the students and faculties of Viterbo University and The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, this program is sure to tickle the teleportation unit of the muse.  Give a listen and a half.  Yours, clear, cold and fire-brewed, Irving Toast.

- A View From the Pew - 20100425

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James Moore interviews some of the principle actors from the cast of HAIR, opening Thursday, April 23rd at the Sondheim Center, under the direction of Randal West. Darcie Champagne, Ryan Gaffney and Evan Tyrone Martin talk about preparing for their roles in the seminal 60s stage piece.

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