The Broken, interview with actress Nicole Dionne

Nicole Dionne

Cat met Nicole when she was in town for the Sonoma International Film Festival in 2010 with the film, Leading Ladies.  This actress has so much going on, we just had to have her call in with details on her latest projects.  She talked about a film she just finished work on, The Broken, and her next film about to shoot, […]

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Marbles, Interview with author Ellen Forney

Ellen Forney

Author Ellen Forney called in to discuss her graphic memoir, “Marbles. Mania, Depression, Michaelangelo, and Me.”  Entertainment Weekly called the book, “Visually radiant and vividly told…” About Marbles: “Darkly funny, intensely personal, and visually dynamic, Forney’s graphic memoir provides a visceral glimpse into the effects of a mood disorder on the artist’s work. Her story seeks the answer to this […]

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Local Music, interview with singer/songwriter Adam Traum

Adam Traum

Adam Traum serenaded us with our own private show in studio.  We chatted a little about his current projects and he played a few of his tunes for us.  Check out his website and follow him on Facebook.  His music is available for purchase on the website, and follow James Marshall Berry’s Sonoma Valley’s Live Music Scene  in the Sonoma Index […]

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Lloyd the Conqueror, interview with filmmaker Brendan Hunter

Lloyd the Conqueror

For show number 14, we had filmmaker Brendan Hunter call in to talk about his film, Lloyd the Conqueror.  The movie stars Sonoma Valley High School alum, Brian Posehn.  The movie has been showing at festivals, and is now available as an iTunes download.  Check out their official website for more information.  You can also find them on Facebook.  About Lloyd […]

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Teached, interview with filmmaker Kelly Amis

Teached

Kelly Amis is a former teacher, and the Producer/Director of the Teached short film series.  Volume 1 was shown at the Sonoma International Film Festival in 2012.  The Teached website (from Loudspeaker Films) has information on screenings and scheduling.  You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date.  In fact, last night on FB they mentioned […]

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Lola & Lucy’s Big Adventure, interview with developer Jane Jensen

Lola & Lucy's Big Adventure

Jane Jensen, half of the husband/wife creative team behind Pinkerton Road called in to talk about their latest app, Lola & Lucy’s Big Adventure.  It’s an interactive story for iPad: “This is the first release from Pinkerton Road, a new game development studio based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The studio is run by a husband and wife team, Robert Holmes and […]

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Doobie Brothers, interview with drummer Ed Toth

drummer Ed Toth

Every year the Doobie Brothers grace the valley of Sonoma with a concert at BR Cohn Winery.  Ed Toth has been a drummer for the Doobies since 2005 and with the show quickly approaching, he called in to chat about the event, what he’s up to for side projects, and his musical past.  We also played a song from Vertical […]

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Edgar Allen Poe’s Tales of Mystery, Interview with creator Jose Acosta

We found Jose Acosta on Kickstarter trying to raise funds to make the pilot for an animated series called, Edgar Allen Poe’s Tales of Mystery.  It has since grown into a mixture of that and mostly live action tellings of Poe’s stories.  To follow what the show becomes, join them on their new Facebook page, Edgar Allen Poe’s Mystery Theatre. Below […]

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