Zebra Podcast 2: This Alexandrian Arranged Music For The Cosby Show, Morocco Day in Old Town, Paul Friedman’s Safer Country

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(Left to right) Nancy Lisi, James Cullum of The Zebra Press, and Arthur Lisi at The Zebra Podcast studio in Del Ray, June 2019. (Photo by David McClure)

Alexandria, VA – Back in the day everyone used to watch The Cosby Show, and the man who arranged all that music is Alexandrian Arthur Lisi. We talk with Art and his wife Nancy, Lisi, about their long careers in music, and listen to their latest offerings.

We also talk with Mohammed El Hajjam, the owner of the Alexandria-based audio visual company AV Actions, which is hosting Morocco Day at Market Square from 2 – 9 p.m. at Market Square in Old Town. Mo is a native of Casablanca and recently took The Zebra’s Managing Editor James Cullum with him to Morocco! It’s a great interview, and Morocco Day is going to be a lot of fun. See you there!

Mohammed El Hajjam in Zagora, Morocco. (Photo by James Cullum)

Lastly, we spoke with the man who can sell ice to Eskimos – Paul Friedman, The Zebra’s director of sales and advertising. We talked about his new nonprofit, Safer Country, and also his passion for local politics and the City of Alexandria.

Paul Alan Friedman, the director of sales and marketing for The Zebra Press. (Photo by James Cullum)

On our next episode we’re featuring Jason Yates of Yates Corner, Alexandria Sheriff Dana Lawhorne and Bill Blackburn of the Homegrown Restaurant Group.

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