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Join us on-site at some of the greatest locations seen in movies as we talk to the filmmakers and cast members who were there when it all happened. You can also find us on Apple Podcasts and Google Play Music. Jared is a photographer and film journalist who has written extensively on the subject of filming locations for various Los Angeles publications. His first article was about the San Fernando Valley filming locations of "The Karate Kid." Jared also leads filming location tours of the Sa ...
 
From a cabin back in the mountains of Tennessee, forty-eight miles from the railroad, a young man went to the World War. He was untutored in the ways of the world. Caught by the enemy in the cove of a hill in the Forest of Argonne, he did not run; but sank into the bushes and single-handed fought a battalion of German machine gunners until he made them come down that hill to him with their hands in air. There were one hundred and thirty-two of them left, and he marched them, prisoners, into ...
 
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In today's podcast interview, I explore with Ross Barrable the healing effects of sound waves. The exciting part of these interviews for me is that I feel as if I am the one learning the most from my guests. Today's interview was no exception. Please tune in and learn about the Pythagorean scale, wind harps, gongs and the therapeutic effects of ton…
 
Today's Podcast Is a True Holiday Treat This week on "Conversations with Dr. Cowan and Friends," I talk with Veda Austin, who has a special connection with water and has developed the technique for photographing the way that water forms shapes and patterns. It is not a stretch to say that Veda is at the forefront in making visual the seat of consci…
 
My Guest Jon Rappaport and I Detail Once and For All Viral ‘Isolation’ For those of you who have been following my work concerning COVID-19, you know that the entire foundation of the story of the virus rests on whether the novel “corona virus” has been properly isolated and its entire genome characterized. Many of you have sent papers to me that h…
 
In today's podcast I interviewed my friend Wendy Ractliffe, the producer and director of the new documentary, Medicating Normal. This is an important movie for everyone to watch as Wendy and her team do a great job of exposing the scientific fraud behind the prescribing of psychiatric drugs for essentially imaginary illnesses. Far from benign inter…
 
Hi, everyone. One of my goals for each podcast is to share something that positively changes the lives of my listeners. This week's interview with "The Urban Farmer," Curtis Stone, certainly changed my life for the better in that my entire garden plan for next year is completely different from what it was one week ago. The new plan will be a much b…
 
Hi, everyone. As winter approaches, I hope you are staying warm and have food and wood stacked for the coming months. Today we are posting an interview with Carrigan Curtis, who is a building biologist and Biogeometry practitioner. I have previously mentioned Biogeometry, a methodology for transmuting harmful energy waves into healthy energy patter…
 
Hi, everyone. Today's podcast is one you will definitely not want to miss. My friend today is Catherine Austin Fitts, who probably knows more about the economic side of the Covid plandemic than anyone else alive today. She has worked in the highest levels of government and finance, having served as assistant secretary of Housing and Urban Developme…
 
Episode 7 of Conversations with Dr. Cowan and friends is with the brilliant MIT researcher Dr. Stephanie Seneff today. In this interview, we cover many subjects having to do with circulation, Covid, glyphosate and the role of vitamin D in health and illness. Stephanie knows the medical literature on these subjects in a way that few others do. Some …
 
Hi, everyone. This week’s “Conversations with Dr. Cowan and Friends” podcast features Mike Benziger. Mike is the founder of the Benziger Family Winery in Glen Ellen, Calif., where he has farmed his ranch on Sonoma Mountain using the most eco-friendly methods available, including biodynamics, for more than 30 years. In the past several years, Mike h…
 
This week I am pleased to welcome Ken Guoin and Christen Brown, the owners, and founders of Ophora Water company, to my “Conversations with Dr. Cowan and Friends” podcast. We talk about the qualities of healthy water, the importance of healthy water, and how you can get and use healthy water for yourself and your family. Ken and Christen’s efforts …
 
Today’s conversation on my podcast, “Conversations With Dr. Cowan and Friends,” features the best-selling author and tireless activist for health freedom Dr. Kelly Brogan. This was a very special conversation for me as it was the first time I went into some depth about the philosophy and practice of medicine that Kelly has evolved over the past dec…
 
Sally Fallon Morell, MA is best known as the author of the best-selling cookbook, Nourishing Traditions®: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats. This well-researched, thought-provoking guide to traditional foods contains a startling message: animal fats and cholesterol are not villains but vital factors …
 
Andy Kaufman, M.D. is a natural healing consultant, inventor, public speaker, forensic psychiatrist, and expert witness. He completed his psychiatric training at Duke University Medical Center after graduating from the Medical University of South Carolina and has a B.S. from M.I.T. in Molecular Biology. He has conducted and published original resea…
 
We meet up with Location Manager, John Panazarella, and Key Assistant Location Manager, Leslie Thorson, at the Lovell Health House from Curtis Hanson's 1997 noir masterpiece, and arguably the greatest Los Angeles film ever made, "L.A. Confidential." We're also joined by Ken Topper, whose family owns the world-renowned home, and Josh Gorrell, tour g…
 
Location manager Rob Gibson returns to Vincenzo's Pizza, the setting of Nino's Pizzeria from Nicolas Winding Refn's gritty L.A. fable, "Drive." Gibson breaks down the challenges and successes of assembling locations for a foreign filmmaker with an unfiltered perspective of Los Angeles, whose previous knowledge of the city was acquired through the i…
 
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of "The Karate Kid Part III," released on June 30, 1989, we meet up with the film's veteran location manager, Richard Davis Jr., at the former site of Mr. Miyagi's Little Trees. Richard discusses memorable experiences working on the original film, coming back for the third installment in the franchise, collaboratin…
 
Our first episode about a brand new film focuses on the locations from Karyn Kusama's L.A. detective drama, DESTROYER. Location Manager Robert Foulkes joins us along the banks of the L.A. River at one of the film's main locales, the Bowtie Project. We discuss depicting L.A. in a way it's never been seen, working with Karyn Kusama, the misconception…
 
Today’s the day. We’re drawing for the winners of our “Night on the Town” contest. Want to sell your home? Get a FREE home value report Want to buy a home? Search all homes for sale Today we’re drawing the latest winner of our “Night on the Town” contest. We had 31 buyers and sellers close with us who were eligible. Thanks so much to all of you for…
 
Production Designer David L. Snyder revisits Bill & Ted University for the first time since working on "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey" (1991). We talk about how the futuristic Tillman Water Reclamation Plant became the setting for a 27th century location, how working on "Blade Runner" turned into a double-edged sword, using Vasquez Rocks as an homage …
 
Nearly half of adults report that they feel lonely much of the time, or all of the time according to a recent study by Cigna of 20,000 adults. Wow. Here are some things that we can do about it. Susie's in Oregon with the grandkids, so this episode is just Dr. Doug.
 
"It's a beaut, Clark, it's a beaut!" In a very special holiday episode of "On Location", "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" director, Jeremiah Chechik, returns to the Griswolds' house for the first time in almost 30 years. We talk about filming the beloved holiday classic at the Warner Bros. Ranch and what it took to create the look of an auth…
 
In this excellent episode "Wayne's World" director Penelope Spheeris returns to Cassell's Music, the filming location of the Aurora, IL music store where Wayne (Mike Myers) is denied permission to play "Stairway to Heaven" and Garth (Dana Carvey) gets his moment in the spotlight during an epic drum solo. We talk with Penelope about the common theme…
 
Home remodeling is as hot as it's ever been. Here are five projects that bring the best return on investment. Want to sell your home? Get a FREE home value report Want to buy a home? Search all homes for sale Home remodeling is hotter than ever. According to researchers at Harvard University, remodeling investment is up 6% over last year, and now m…
 
Academy Award-winners, Production Designer David Wasco and Set Decorator Sandy Reynolds-Wasco (2016 "La La Land") and Location Manager Billy Fox reunite 25 years later at the "Reservoir Dogs" coffee shop where Mr. Brown (Quentin Tarantino) explains the meaning of Madonna's "Like a Virgin" and Mr. Pink (Steve Buscemi) philosophizes about tipping wai…
 
The Fed’s recent rate hike shouldn’t have any significant impact on our market. In fact, it might actually stimulate it. Want to sell your home? Get a FREE home value report Want to buy a home? Search all homes for sale On June 14th, the Federal Reserve increased its federal funds interest rate by 0.25%. They’re also widely expected to raise rates …
 
Writer/Director Savage Steve Holland meets up with us at the North Hollywood location of Pig Burgers, the fast food restaurant where love-stricken high school student Lane Meyer (John Cusack) works in Holland's 1985 fan favorite, "Better Off Dead... ." The super cool filmmaker discusses the excitement of shooting his first feature film entirely on …
 
Squad members André Gower, Ashley Bank, and Ryan Lambert sit down with us at the historic Warner Bros. town square set where they triumphantly defeated the forces of evil in the 1987 film. We talk about shooting the film on the backlot and all over Los Angeles as well as topics ranging from Pee-wee Herman and Paul Newman to "Gilmore Girls" and Clev…
 
Today I’m giving you all the details you’ll need to enter our Yeti cooler giveaway! Want to sell your home? Get a FREE home value report Want to buy a home? Search all homes for sale Today my team and I want to share a few cool things we’ve done this year to kick off our Yeti cooler giveaway. Melissa Gilbert, our listing coordinator, went to Athens…
 
Today, I would like to introduce you to Shawn Livingston with Total Home Repair. Shawn is a great handyman, and he’ll give you a few tips on preventing wood rot and water damage. Want to sell your home? Get a FREE home value report Want to buy a home? Search all homes for sale As part of our ‘Vendors You Should Know’ series, I would like to introdu…
 
The internet is a powerful marketing tool that garners millions in revenue. Isn’t it about time that you tap into the system and earn your portion. In this amazing video, marketing guru Darcy Ogandaga discusses some practical tools and tips you can use to create a viable online presence using social media as a tool.…
 
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