FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2015 (6pm ET/3pm PT) . Helping one of the fastest growing populations find a sense of community through Project Enye. Then, nothing brings families and friends together like a summer barbecue — and we’ll have Chef Troy’s tips to make your next barbecue a finger-licking success. Plus, a big casting announcement for the digital series Club 5150 — and you’ll hear it first on Kroll Call. Kroll Call is hosted by Dan J Kroll.
There are more than 16 million first-generation American-born Latinos in the United States, and Project Enye (ñ), a new multi-platform documentary project, is not only looking to give that generation a voice but also a connection to a community of people just like them. Denise Soler Cox and Henry Ansbacher share the details of Project Enye and how $1.60 can help fund a campaign that is the nation’s first socially driven effort to count “Enyes” in America. For more information, visit projectenye.com and use #EnyesCount on social media. Find Project Enye on Twitter @projectenye.
Then, with summer just around the corner, Chef Troy has all the details on what you need to know to make your summer barbecue the talk of the town. He’ll also talk about his new cookbook, Pseudo Southern: A Playful Twist on the Art of Southern Cooking. You can order your copy of his cookbook or his line of special seasonings at cheftroy.net. Chef Troy also offers up tips on Twitter @chef_troy, makes appearances in The Fresh Market stores, and he hosts a weekly cooking segment on WCCB in Charlotte, NC.
Plus, writer/director Steve Silverman has a huge casting announcement for his upcoming digital series Club 5150. He’ll make the announcement live and exclusively on Kroll Call. For the latest details on the digital series, be sure to follow Club 5150 on Twitter @Club5150
Kroll Call airs every Friday at 6pm Eastern/3pm Pacific, and anytime on demand, at krollcall.com. Free podcast downloads are available on iTunes and the Voice America Talk Radio Network. Kroll Call is hosted by Internet pioneer and personality Dan J Kroll, who developed the most widely read soap opera web site, soapcentral.com — a site that has been going strong since 1995.
:00 Denise Soler Cox and Henry Ansbacher of Project Enye
:25 Chef Troy Gagliardo
:44 Steve Silverman / Club 5150 Announcement