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It’s Fanaticism Week on BTR! On today’s show, we’re taking a closer look at how members of the LGBT community are depicted on TV (specifically, MTV’s “Teen Wolf”) with BTR’s own Molly Freeman. After the promotional air raid, we’re featuring previously unaired interview audio from past Third Eye guests. Tune in to hear more about Occupy Sandy efforts on Staten Island with last week’s guest, Goldi Guerra. And later, we feature more of Tanya Silverman’s interview with Sasha Abramsky, author of “The American Way of Poverty”.
From the Canadian drama “Degrassi” to a lieu of programs of the CW, these Toronto actors have it made.
The lies that “Friends” told us about real life, boundaries, and social norms.
When you hear the phrase “plastic dress,” chances are, at least for fans of the uber-popular fashion phenom TV show “Girls” on HBO, you think of character Marnie’s wave-making dress from Season 2. This week’s guest needs no further introduction – I had the amazing opportunity to chat with Jenn Rogien, costume designer and style mastermind behind the youthful Brooklyn styles. (Incidentally, Jenn made the infamous plastic dress herself!) Join us on Sew & Tell to hear Jenn talk about her path from chemical engineering to fashion, the work of a costume designer, the boys of “Girls,” a new Netflix series she just designed, her weakness for British costume dramas, and more. Plus, a playlist full of “Girls” soundtrack-inspired songs, including Oh Land, Generationals, fun., and Lia Ices. So break out your sleeping bag coat and best fascinator, and join us for an hour of “Girl”-y fashion here on BTR!

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