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The Gayest Generation Ep. 11 - Curtis Chin

Mon, 02/06/2023 - 2:16pm

Welcome to The Gayest Generation, where we hear LGBTQ older adults speak for themselves. Every episode, we sit down with a different member of the LGBTQ community who laid the foundation for the freedoms we have today.

In this episode, we speak with Curtis Chin. We discuss his childhood growing up in Detroit’s legendary Chung’s Restaurant, “The Gay Agenda”, and what it’s like to meet Vanna White (and the Obamas).

Curtis is the author of the forthcoming memoir Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant, which is currently available for pre-order. To learn more about Curtis Chin, visit www.curtisfromdetroit.com

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Presenting Alfred Hitchcock Presents #51 - The Rose Garden

Mon, 01/23/2023 - 4:04pm

Presenting Alfred Hitchcock Presents is a podcast dedicated to examining each episode of the original "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" television series, show by show in chronological order. In this installment, Miss Julia has written a murder mystery that appears to take place in her house. Did a murder actually take place in her house, too? And, Al looks at "Dial M For Murder," which, as does this episode, features John Williams.

Mr. Vinton doesn't care for his Louisiana coffee.

 

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Presenting Alfred Hitchcock Presents #50 - The Better Bargain

Mon, 12/19/2022 - 3:47pm

Presenting Alfred Hitchcock Presents is a podcast dedicated to examining each episode of the original "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" television series, show by show in chronological order. In this installment, mobster Louis "King" Koster wants to find out who his wife's lover is so he can have him bumped off. The answer is likely more of a surprise to King than it is to us.

Louis "King" Koster faces his end.

 

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What Scares Us - Episode 6: The Beyond

Mon, 12/19/2022 - 11:08am

Join us for a deep dive into The Beyond, a 1981 gross-out classic from director Lucio Fulci. In this episode: We explore bad dubbing, the perils of basement flooding, Amanda figures out what it all means multiple times, and that famous near-feature-length spider scene.

If you like what you heard today and want to let us know you can email us at WhatScaresUs@aadl.org. And for more episodes check out https://aadl.org/whatscaresus.