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Honoring Australians: Revisiting The Great Geoffrey Rush

Having just done a CYInterview with a resident of the Land Down Under, we got to thinking about what illustrious personalities we have had the pleasure of speaking with from Australia. Immediately, one name came to mind, the incomparable Geoffrey Rush. So Without Further Adieu, here is one from the archives, a CYInterview with Academy Award/Emmy Award/Tony Award Winning Actor, Geoffrey Rush.

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Archived Gold: Chris Yandek’s Interview with “Macho Man” Randy Savage on Death, The Pro Wrestling Lifestyle, Miss Elizabeth and much more

For followers of professional wrestling and even pop culture, Randall Poffo aka “Macho Man” Randy Savage was one of the most recognizable superstars of the pro wrestling business.

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Edgy!!!: WWE Champion Edge Announces Retirement – Here’s His 2004 CYInterview

With the recent announcement by just-retired, WWE Champion Edge that he was relinquishing the belt do to injuries – a diagnosis of cervical spinal stenosis is reported to

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From the CY Archive: A 2001 Interview with Former WWE Women’s Champion, Superstar & Diva Trish Stratus

In this installment of From the CY Archive, Chris Yandek brings you his November 2001 interview with WWE Superstar and former women’s champion Trish Stratus. Trish was the

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Remembering Luna Vachon: Last of Pro-wrestling’s Legit Female Performers

This past summer, the world of professional wrestling suffered its latest casualty. On August 27th, one of the business’s last legit, female performers, Luna Vachon, passed away. She

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RIP Captain Lou Albano: The Interview That Never Was

Captain Lou Albano was one of the greatest professional wrestlers, managers and entertainers of his era. He collaborated with musician Cyndi Lauper on numerous entertainment projects that would

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From The Archive: Classy Freddie Blassie

Next week will be five years since wrestling legend Classy Freddie Blassie passed away at the age of 85. I was 17 at the time of our interview

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Penny Banner Passes Away

I was informed today by one of my friends in the professional wrestling industry that the great Penny Banner had passed away last night at her daughter’s home

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