Lucky 10,000 A podcast for anyone that likes to learn.

June 24, 2020  

This week, we do another special episode with Kristofer Parker, local singer,dancer and actor. Kristofer started a panel of POC artists to discuss race and theatre on zoom and now he joins us to talk about his life, his experiences and how we can continue forward in the artistic community and the community as a whole. 

 

Please check out his business here.... https://www.youbettabake.com/

 

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June 7, 2020  

This is a special non-seasonal Episode where Comedian/Actor/Improvisor/Podcaster Jason Farr graciously takes time out of his schedule to talk to Evan about The BLM movement and why it's important, the protests and his own experiences growing up as a minority in America.

 

Please check out his other podcast There It Is here... https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/there-it-is-podcast/id1121482982

 

Also here is a link to the Fashion Magazine Article about resources, books and movies on the movement and racism in general...

https://fashionmagazine.com/culture/anti-black-racism-awareness-books-movies-resources/

In this second special in between seasons episode, we correspond perfectly with the release of Teddy Rayes' second audiobook.. The Chine (out today!). Evan interviews Teddy and Trev about the writing process, her history with it, where she started out and even get into kink and BDSM before she turns the tables (at Evans request) and interviews him about narrating..guess which section is more interesting..hint...the one about writing. 

 

Check out The Chine here

 

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And as always..we hope you got lucky tonight!

This week we talk with Michelle Shara and Brandon Hilton from Queens to the Rescue! Queens to the Rescue is an association that helps animals with drag queens....what is more badass than that! Brandon is also a Drag Queen and works in fashion via House of Mann. We talk their pasts, what led them to activism and advocacy, Drag Queen story time and a bunch of other great stuff.

 

Support queens to the rescue here

 

Check out House of Mann here

 

and as always..we hope you got Lucky tonight!

 

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On Nov 24,1971, a man boarded a plane with a suitcase, a nice suit and sunglasses, ordered drinks, lit a cigarette and before the night was over, made off with hundreds of thousands of dollars and became forever infamous for pulling one of the most well known unsolved crimes in modern times. DB Cooper, as he was named, has never been found and his identity remains a mystery. With special guest, local actor Brian Reeder, Evan tries to unpack the facts, the conjecture and the suspects pertaining to the biggest unsolved arial heist in history. As in all other episodes, we start with the facts, then move on to theories and finally, suspects. Who was it? Where did he go? Did he even survive? We don't know... but it was sure fun to talk about!

 

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This week we go behind the scenes of our favorite holiday to find out where some of our most notable customs got their start.  From Samhain celebrations (and pronunciation) to pumpkin carving, we explore the stories, myths, and meanings behind why we do what we do on All Hallow's Eve.

Spoilers - here's the mask with which K scared all those poor children.

Carissa shares with Evan and you, the listening audience, her passion for table top (and off the table) roleplay gaming. She tells of her secret gaming origins, her passion for D&D, The Dresden Files, Vampire the Masquerade, and how she even ran her own live action role play! If you've ever wondered about table top, this is the episode for you!

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