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Reel Conversations is the Burbank International Film Festival's original interview series that features the stories of outstanding artists who have left their mark in the entertainment industry from all eras. We chat with professional actors, directors, and screenwriters about what it takes to bring their stories to life. Get career advice from working professionals, inspiration from amazing production stories, and an inside look at iconic film and television with artists you love! Hosted by ...
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Buzz Burbank News and Comment has been appointment radio for decades. Now, it's a podcast you can hear anytime! Buzz Burbank presents the day's big stories, presented from a unique perspective, and featuring stories you won't hear anywhere else! It's a weekly journal from Buzz to make you feel the news, to make you laugh, and to make you think.
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Buzz Burbank News and Comment has been appointment radio for decades. Now, it's a podcast you can hear anytime! Buzz Burbank presents the day's big stories, presented from a unique perspective, and featuring stories you won't hear anywhere else! It's a daily journal from Buzz to make you feel the news, to make you laugh, and to make you think.
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Pehlevanian Law Group APC.

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At Pehlevanian Law Group, APC., we believe that every client deserves the highest standard of legal representation possible. That's why we work tirelessly to ensure that your case receives the attention it deserves from our team of experienced attorneys. We'll do everything in our power to make sure that you get the best possible outcome for your case—and you don't pay unless we succeed!
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In this 20th Anniversary Special, Live Wire celebrates some of its most memorable moments in the past two decades. Host Luke Burbank gets interviewed by former host Courtenay Hameister about taking the reins of the show and how the embarrassment he felt as a child led to his "openness" onstage; Americana singer-songwriter Charley Crockett chats abo…
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Alison Martino is a Los Angeles-based television producer, an on air-news reporter for Spectrum News Channel 1, columnist for Los Angeles Magazine and lifelong resident of the city. Alison’s current social media reach is over 2.9 million and growing. Her zeal for history and lifelong penchant for collecting has resulted in one of the largest collec…
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Comedian Paul F. Tompkins chats about his improv comedy podcast The Neighborhood Listen, where he and fellow comedians re-enact posts from the app Nextdoor; poet Safiya Sinclair discusses her memoir How to Say Babylon, in which she recounts growing up Rastafarian in Jamaica under the strict patriarchy of her father; and singer-songwriter Isabeau Wa…
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Acclaimed writer Cheryl Strayed (Wild, Tiny Beautiful Things) discusses her new personal essay "Two Women Walk into a Bar," which follows her complicated relationship with her late mother-in-law; stand-up comedian Jay Jurden bridges the generational divide with some poignantly hilarious observations on Boomers and Gen Z; and singer-rapper-poet Dess…
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Comedian and writer Aparna Nancherla discusses her memoir Unreliable Narrator and why her mother made her order pizza to combat her shyness; stand-up comedian Gary Gulman riffs on the false notion of dangerous scissors in elementary school; singer-songwriter and historian No-No Boy performs his song "1603," featured on his latest album Empire Elect…
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Alison Martino is a Los Angeles-based television producer, an on air-news reporter for Spectrum News Channel 1, columnist for Los Angeles Magazine and lifelong resident of the city. Alison’s current social media reach is over 2.9 million and growing. Her zeal for history and lifelong penchant for collecting has resulted in one of the largest collec…
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Hear from Greg Ruth, the New York Times Bestselling Author of The Lost Boy, Coming Home, INDEH and MEADOWLARK with Ethan Hawke and has worked since 1993. He has published work through The New York Times, The Criterion Collection, Neon, A24, Lionsgate, DC Comics, Fantagraphics Books, Caliber Comics, Dark Horse, Harper Collins, Macmillan, Hyperion, S…
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Cartoonist Emily Flake (The New Yorker) reveals Joke in a Box, her 70-card deck of creative prompts, which results in some live cartooning from the stage; writer and artist Tessa Hulls discusses her graphic memoir Feeding Ghosts, which looks at the three generations of Chinese women in her family; and indie pop duo Pure Bathing Culture perform "The…
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What do Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, and Barbra Streisand have in common? They were all interviewed by Lawrence Grobel, a freelance writer who has written 25 books and for numerous national magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times, Newsday, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Reader’s Digest, TV Guide, Cosmopolitan, and many more. Joyce…
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Comedian Gary Gulman (The Great Depresh) discusses his memoir Misfit: Growing Up Awkward in the '80s, his struggles with mental health, and the awkwardness of being recognized in the psyche ward; Oregon Poet Laureate Anis Mojgani reads from his newest collection The Tigers, They Let Me and makes the case for why poetry exists all around us; singer-…
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Comedian and writer Moshe Kasher dives into his new memoir Subculture Vulture, which explores the six communities which shaped his life, from AA and Burning Man to sign language interpretation and his ultra-Hasidic upbringing; stand-up comedian Mohanad Elshieky tells us why he might be the most dangerous man in America; and indie band Glitterbox pe…
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“Oh, hi, Mark.” That’s right, folks; Greg Sestero joins us to talk about what it was like working with Tommy Wiseau on The Room, writing his memoir, The Disaster Artist, and having James Franco, Dave Franco, and Seth Rogan adapt his book to the big screen. Greg also discusses his latest film, Miracle Valley, and his upcoming project, Forbidden Sky.…
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Have you ever wondered who the actress who played Nurse Pilbow in the iconic classic One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest was? Wonder no longer. Meet Mimi Sarkisian and hear never-before-heard set stories about working with Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher, and director Miloš Forman and what it was like making one of the most successful films of all time…
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We begin with Lew Bracker, the author of 'Jimmy and Me' which tells the adventures of Lew and his closest friend James Dean. Hear about what James Dean was like on and off the screen, amazing stories and conversations between Lew and James, and their incredible Hollywood adventures between filming James' iconic films.…
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Comedian and writer Scott Aukerman brings his wildly popular improv podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! to book form and reveals how a goofy name and an occupation is really how a character begins; astrophysicist Sarafina El-Badry Nance explores her own universe as a woman, scientist, cancer advocate, and one-time swimsuit model in her book Starstruck: A Me…
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Bestselling writer Lindy West (Shrill) chats about her new podcast Text Me Back, which unpacks friendship, the news, and text threads; comedian Paul F. Tompkins takes a stab at some other P.F.T. acronyms; and soul ensemble Ural Thomas & The Pain perform "No Distance." Plus, host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share some texting habits …
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Author Héctor Tobar explores the meanings and myths of the term "Latino" in his sixth book Our Migrant Souls; comedian and writer Jena Friedman (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm) chats about her debut collection of essays Not Funny and recounts the time she put her foot in her comedic mouth; and indie folk trio Joseph performs a cover of Tom Waits' song …
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Writer Sloane Crosley unpacks loss in her memoir, Grief is for People, which poignantly weaves the suicide of a dear friend with the burglary of her home; The New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast shares some of her weirdest dreams from her new illustrated book, I Must Be Dreaming, including meeting a rollerskating Fran Lebowitz; and indie rocker Black B…
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Comedian Maria Bamford chats about her new book Sure, I’ll Join Your Cult, which unpacks mental illness and the quest to belong... and why 12-step programs and the Suzuki Method have more in common than you might think. Then, singer-songwriter Isabeau Waia'u Walker performs her song "The Prince," written as a tribute to her father and the young men…
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Comedian and writer Dave Hill dives into his newest book The Awesome Game, which makes the case for why hockey should be more popular in the United States, then tries his hand at the surprisingly popular genre of "hockey romance" novels; and singer-songwriter No-No Boy performs "Western Empress" from his latest album Empire Electric, which tells th…
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Author and Jeopardy host Ken Jennings takes us on a journey to the afterlife with his latest book, 100 Places to See After You Die, and explains why contestant interviews are so darn awkward; writer Erica Berry discusses her debut book Wolfish, which examines all things "wolf" – from fables to fears; and international rock group Making Movies perfo…
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