Something Something Podcast - A Creative Podcast

Something Something Podcast - A Creative Podcast

The Something Something Podcast is a creative podcast hosted by filmmakers Larry Sands (@larrysands2) and Erick Kaslov(@whoiserickkaslov). They interview the best independent artist from all forms of the creative world; actors, directors, screenwriters, authors, musicians and more. Keep up-to-date with the Something Something Podcast on Facebook/SomethingSomethingPodcast and Instagram @somethingsomethingpodcast Support this podcast:


September 22, 2023 49 mins

This week Joseph Russomanno stops by to tell us about this new book, The “Stench” of Politics Polarization and Worldview on the Supreme Court buy the book here

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the wilds of India to the banks of the River Kwai. Included are tales from the jails of Madrid to the jungles of Fiji and the cold war streets of Budapest. The work seamlessly connects the Golden Age of Hollywood to the highly successful premium television of today.

Make or break creative battles, Hollywood intrigues, unpredictable studio executives, and temperamental actors are all documented in colorful detail. Whether the read...

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August 29, 2023 47 mins

Just like her books, Kay Oliver is uplifting, direct, and easy to connect with. Having had a successful career as a writer and editor in the entertainment industry, from working with Speilberg to Saban Entertainment, Oliver has made a seamless transition into writing novels. The changeover was so seamless, in fact, that her colleagues were incredulous after reading her first book, mainly because it read like it came from a seasone...

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August 25, 2023 37 mins

This weeks guest is Michael Tedder

Michael Tedder has written about music, film, the entertainment industry, television, health, and masculinity for Esquire, Playboy, Money, The Street, the New Republic, Stereogum, Vulture, Variety, the Daily Beast, The Ringer, the Village Voice, and MEL. He is the former managing editor of the music magazine CMJ and the pop culture magazine Paper, and was a founding editor of the critical discuss...

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This week, Vivianne Knebel stops by to tell us about her new book, about her upcoming new book

Check out all of Vivianne's stuff right here

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August 10, 2023 63 mins

Sonia was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. She went to school at Western in London, Ontario and graduated from Dentistry in '93 and Orthodontics in '99. She pioneered the use of digital orthodontics in practice and has lectured all over the world to share her knowledge with others. Sonia has written the Leave the Little Light On series, designing and painting all the book covers, editing and self-publishing...

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August 8, 2023 54 mins

Steve Bates is a science fiction writer. His new novel, "Castle of Sand," is now available on Amazon. His first novel, "Back to You," is also available on Amazon. Steve's short stories have appeared in numerous publications, including Kzine and Perihelion.

Before turning to fiction, he was a reporter and editor for The Washington Post as well as for other newspapers, magazines and the web.

Steve has won nu...

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July 21, 2023 39 mins

Alex Hook is an emerging artist who has been acting since the age of seven. Alex made her mark in the Nickelodeon series “I Am Frankie” playing the lead role of Frankie for two seasons. When starting out, she booked many commercials as a young performer winning a Joey Award in 2015 for ‘Best Actress in a Commercial (ages 13-18)’ Canadian national awards for teen actors. Other credits include the Hallmark movie ‘A Nutcracker Christ...

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Author MeShorn Daniels challenges this idea in his debut book. Through his story, Daniels, who goes by the moniker "Uncle Meshorn,"  debunks every label by which he and others have been branded in his upcoming memoir, I am not your black, America. His mission is to create a paradigm shift in America away from color and labels towards accepting all humankind.

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July 10, 2023 43 mins

This week Mari Blake

Mari Blake (she/her) is an actor, writer, and director based in NYC. Recent acting credits include Shadows (Off-Broadway, NYC), We're Here (Harrisburg Fringe), and The Star-Spangled Girl (Judson Theatre Company, NC). Mari also enjoys acting on camera and has worked on several films anticipating 2023 festival runs including Yes, No, Goodbye (dir. Will Mustin) and The Girl Who Cried Her Eyes Out (Mimage ...

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Dr. Otto Stallworth Jr. was born and reared in Birmingham, Alabama, during the 1940s, 50s, and early 60s, a city characterized during those years by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as “the most segregated city in America.” Crossed the Alabama state line the first time at age 16 in 1962 to attend Howard University in Washington, D.C., and became the first college graduate in his family. The details of Dr. Stallworth’s life are evocati...

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This week filmmaker and YouTuber Kill Joy Jake stops by to talk about filmmaker and doing YouTube videos

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Lynette VanBeber works in advertising for a broadcast TV station and helps businesses succeed

through the development of marketing plans and the implementation of strategies using a variety

of advertising media.

She’s worked with almost all forms of mass media and has watched consumer behavior and

media consumption change throughout her career; however, the pandemic significantly impacted

the media landscape. With the focus s...

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Jared Cohn is a film/TV director, writer, and producer based in Los Angeles, CA.  

He has directed over 50 films that have been produced and distributed by major studios and production companies such as Netflix, Hulu, Showtime, Syfy, Lifetime, and many more.  


His works have been released theatrically and he has won numerous awards and has been featured in GQ, New York Times, LA times, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Dea...

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Francis T. Perry Williams

Francis T. Perry Williams graduated with a degree in drama and a minor in art and music from San Diego State University, where he wrote, directed, and acted. He’s appeared in sitcoms such as Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, Bosom Buddies as well as in the feature, Pennies from Heaven.  He also wrote an episode for Laverne and Shirley.  His first book, Pollen and the Ring of Harmony is about living in harm...

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Cammie Wolf Rice is a mother, an advocate, an author and an agent for change. She has personal experience dealing with the dangers of opioid misuse through her own son’s battle from childhood through his passing at the age of 32. Cammie has transferred her pain into purpose. She has made it her mission to raise awareness about the opioid epidemic and alternative pain management strategies. Among her accomplishments is creating a ...

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Brandon has over 25 years of experience in the world of Latino film and in the Hispanic

communities of Los Angeles, New York City, and San Antonio TX.

As a son to Edward James Olmos, Brandon began as an intern with Olmos Productions in

1991. Beginning with the production of American Me (1992) and it’s making of documentary

Lives in Hazard (1993), along with It Ain’t Love (1996) a documentary about domestic


Brandon was abl...

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March 25, 2023 57 mins

Noelle Gizzi links

You wanted to learn more? How sweet! By now you probably know the professional scoop--she's an actress, she's a writer...but what else is there to be known? Who is Noelle Gizzi? 


Noelle grew up in Randolph, New Jersey, where she first got a taste of performing in the Fernbrook Elementary School talent show (a performance of which IS on YouTube, by the way). Noelle also developed her love of literat...

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Matthew Holten is an author, musician, and social justice advocate who started the Moneyless Society movement to create a better world for future generations. His current passions include the Moneyless Society podcast, educating others about the climate crisis, film making, regenerative farming, and building communities. He resides in San Diego with his wife, son, and pre-owned pound pup, Lucy. you can buy the book here

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David W. Smith MD, ACP, BS (Chemistry), Board Certified (Internal Medicine Specialist), recognized as a visiting scientist for both The Human Performance Laboratory for the Division of Sports Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the North Shore Division of Neurosurgery and North Shore Neurological Institute, Chicago Illinois. Over his 30-year medical career, he served as Chief of Medicine at Reid Hospital...

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