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Friday, September 18th, 2020  
Mark Dacascos on his latest film, “One Night in Bangkok”

Aug 24, 2020 Web Exclusive

The actor and martial artist plays a cool, collected hitman. More

Kyle MacLachlan on the new film, “Tesla”

Aug 20, 2020 Web Exclusive

The actor steps into the shoes of America’s most famous inventor. More

Election 2020: J.D. Scholten on Running for Congress in IA-04

Jul 01, 2020

J.D. Scholten didn’t get the chance to beat Steve King this year. He ran against him in 2018, and helped to begin to close the coffin on King’s vampiric political career more than any other Democrat had. He laid the groundwork for the Iowa Republican Party to throw King out on his racist, zombie ass. More

Madeline Kenney – COVID-19 Quarantine Artist Check In

Jun 12, 2020 Web Exclusive

We are checking in with musicians during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic to see how they are dealing with everything. What has their home quarantine experience been like so far and how is the crisis impacting both their career and art? Here we check in with Oakland, CA-based singer/songwriter Madeline Kenney. More

Girl Friday – COVID-19 Quarantine Artist Check In

Jun 11, 2020 Web Exclusive

We are checking in with musicians during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic to see how they are dealing with everything. What has their home quarantine experience been like so far and how is the crisis impacting both their career and art? Here we check in with all four members of Girl Friday. More

Thao & The Get Down Stay Down on “Temple” and Life Under Quarantine

Jun 01, 2020 Web Exclusive

Thao Nguyen, founder and leader of Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, has recently released her fifth album with the group, Temple, on Ribbon Music. The daughter of Vietnamese refugees, Nguyen began writing songs at an early age in Northern Virginia. Her first album with the band was 2008’s We Brave Bee Stings And All. Nguyen has slowly revealed more of herself through her songs, leading up to 2016’s A Man Alive, which focused on her absentee father. More

Tamas Nadas and Lou Ferrigno on the new comedy short film ‘PERPS’

May 01, 2020 Web Exclusive

As film festivals were cancelled in the wake of COVID-19, some quick-thinking independent filmmakers have made the best of the situation and opted to release their movies online.  More

Keeping Score – Rob Simonsen Gets Open About His Process and Latest Score for “The Way Back”

Apr 21, 2020 Web Exclusive

Appreciation of film music has grown steadily over the last two decades to the point where even casual music fans are taking notice of the artists behind the score. Here we speak to composer Rob Simonsen, whose most recent work is on the sports film The Way Back More

Keeping Score – Nick Zinner on his Breakthrough Score for “Knives and Skin”

Feb 25, 2020

One of the best things about speaking with artists you admire and learning what has shaped them is discovering shared interests and inspirations. There's a reassurance that comes from finding out that an accomplished and fascinating individual whose work has uplifted the artforms you hold dear is not all that different from yourself. More