Broadway star Nik Walker (Hamilton) joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul to discuss kindness in the theatre, the sparkling "mishap" this is his new bway show Spamalot, holding space for others, Batman and more. About Nik Walker: Nik Walker is a Boston native, theme park nerd, NYU professor, and NYU Tisch alumni (Adler, Classical and Stonestreet), who's been earning a living in “The Industry” for a decade and counting. He's been seen on Broadway as Aaron Burr in Hamilton, Otis Williams in Ain't Too Proud, and as Sir Galahad in the revival of Spamalot; onscreen in Blue Bloods, Law and Order SVU, and in the upcoming AppleTV+ film The Instigators, alongside his hometown hero Matt Damon. Cleaners, the animated series that he created and wrote with writing partner Alex Brightman, is in development at Warner Bros. Animation, and his musical Whiskeyland, is in workshops after a successful breakout performance at Orlando Fringe. He is the co-host of the arts/activism show The Chaos Twins, and his movie podcast, Little Justice, is streaming wherever podcasts are imbibed. Follow Nik: @nikkywalks Follow us: @artofkindnesspod / @robpeterpaul Support the show! (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theaok) Music: "Awake" by Ricky Alvarez & "Sunshine" by Lemon Music Studio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The "12 Working Days of Christmas" begins today! We will be giving away great gifts leading up to the Big Year Ender, so don't miss your chance to win cool stuff from Rick & Bubba! Taylor Hicks joins us to talk Christmas music and his upcoming album. A doctor calls the show to talk to Bubba about Ozempic. The tree-lighting ceremony in New York City is interrupted by pro-Palestinian protesters. Joe Biden reminds us he is kind of in charge of the nuclear codes, and we don't feel too good about it. Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis are set to debate tonight, but Adler won't see it because he has to catch the finale of "The Golden Bachelor." And Elon Musk tells boycotters exactly how he feels. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hollywood Creative Director and Graphic Artist, Gary Adler, has a blackbelt in branding on a global scale. He moved to LA in 1986 to chase his dream and, after decades designing for the film industry's best, from Disney to Dreamworks, Warner Bros, Sony and Fox, he's seen it all. If you watched Nightmare Before Christmas, you've seen Gary's work. He sold a wonderful screenplay to Harold Ramis but, like so many Hollywood dreams, bad timing kept it on the shelf. Still, Gary lived well off his creative chops in the take-no-prisoners world of movie making. And is now exploring new avenues on his creative journey. Share your Swan Dive at www.swandive.us
Dive into THE CLASSIC METAL SHOW for an unfiltered take on the latest in rock! Neeley and Chris unleash their honest opinions on Jon Bon Jovi's cringe-worthy Christmas tune. Get ready for a vocal analysis of John Mellencamp's live performances and his unique style. Hold on tight as they dissect former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler's surprising praise for Vince Neil's questionable vocal talents. Tune in for laughs, insights, and the raw metal truth! Hit play now and join the conversation! #ClassicMetalShow #RockTalk #JonBonJovi #JohnMellencamp #VinceNeil **NOTE: Everything said here, and on every episode of all of our shows are 100% the opinions of the hosts. Nothing is stated as fact. Do your own research to see if their opinions are true or not.** PLEASE SUBSCRIBE AND SHARE! Live Saturdays from 9pm to 3am Eastern at www.theclassicmetalshow.com or on Rumble, Wowza TV, Twitter or CMStv. All our links are available at https://www.linktr.ee/cmsrocks.
In this special episode of GatherGeeks, BizBash chairman and founder David Adler sits in on a special event planners' luncheon—co-hosted by Melva LaJoy Legrend of LaJoy Plans and Margo Fischer of Bright Occasions—in Washington, D.C. These luncheons, known as Head Table Talks, aim to build community within the events industry and provide a safe space for event profs to network and collaborate. At this particular Head Table Talk, held in late October at Dauphine's, Adler brings his Jeffersonian-style of discussion to the six planners gathered and asks each of them: What was your first job? And what did you learn from it? This is just part one of this thought-provoking discussion. Part two, to be released next week, will shift its focus to the latest happenings in the event business and provide valuable insights into the industry's latest trends and challenges. These are two episodes you don't want to miss. In this special episode of GatherGeeks, BizBash chairman and founder David Adler sits in on a special event planners' luncheon—co-hosted by Melva LaJoy Legrend of LaJoy Plans and Margo Fischer of Bright Occasions—in Washington, D.C. These luncheons, known as Head Table Talks, aim to build community within the events industry and provide a safe space for event profs to network and collaborate. At this particular Head Table Talk, held in late October at Dauphine's, Adler brings his Jeffersonian-style of discussion to the six planners gathered and asks each of them: What was your first job? And what did you learn from it? This is just part one of this thought-provoking discussion. Part two, to be released next week, will shift its focus to the latest happenings in the event business and provide valuable insights into the industry's latest trends and challenges. These are two episodes you don't want to miss. Keep scrolling to learn more about our distinguished guests. Melva LaJoy Legrand As a self-made entrepreneur recognized for her work in the live events industry, as well as causes rooted in social equality as it pertains to women, health, and race and identity, Melva LaJoy Legrand is a public speaker, event producer/director, community leader, and storyteller. As the founder/CEO of LaJoy Plans, an event planning firm she re-launched in 2019, Melva has been recognized as a trailblazer in the events industry receiving the BizBash Top Event Industry Innovator Award and the Events Industry Council, Global Social Impact Award in 2022. As of 2023, Melva has spearheaded two new initiatives: Mondays With Melva, exclusive monthly content for her subscribers, offering career guidance as well as event planning tips, and Head Table Talks, an annual luncheon that she co-created as a safe space for event planners. Margo Fischer Margo Fischer is the owner of Bright Occasions, a full-service event planning company specializing in bespoke weddings and milestone occasions. Margo brings a wealth of industry knowledge and hands-on experience to her clients, from previous roles in corporate event planning and private event catering. She has a passion for curating unforgettable events. With a strong foundation in event planning and an impressive career in some of Washington, D.C.'s most prestigious venues, Margo boasts over 14 years of expertise in the event industry. In addition to helping couples and families, Margo has worked on community events such as the annual Art in Bloom museum experience and gala reception at Anderson House. And she co-produced the Beyond the Blackout series to highlight diversity and inclusivity within the event industry and is currently co-producing Head Table Talks networking luncheons to create a space for event planners to gather, mingle, and learn from one another. Kawania Wooten Kawania Wooten, CMP, brings a unique mix of experience and skills to her businesses, Howerton+Wooten Events and the Enlightened Creative. Her vast experience in the hospitality world includes hotel management, casino and gaming, the culinary industry, and 30 years as a professional meeting and event planner for the Washington D.C. elite. Kawania strives for professionalism, creativity, and impeccable organization within every function planned by the Howerton+Wooten Events team. She is an adjunct instructor in the Hospitality, Tourism, and Culinary Arts Department at Prince George's Community College. Aisha Malik Rodriguez Aisha Malik Rodriguez is the founder and owner of Aim Aro Logistics LLC, a dynamic company specializing in production and event management on a global scale. With a career spanning over 25 years in the event and hospitality industry, Aisha has become a true expert in her field. Born and raised in Fairfax County, Va., and hailing from a rich Pakistani cultural background, Aisha brings a unique blend of experiences and perspectives to her work. Her family, which is large and spread across the world, has instilled in her a deep appreciation for diverse cultures and traditions. Aisha's company, Aim Aro Logistics LLC, excels in a wide range of services, including vendor management, event permitting, and emergency response management. With a passion for creating unforgettable experiences, she and her team are dedicated to helping clients navigate the entire event process, from start to finish. Whether it's a festival, a government or military event, a corporate gathering, a nonprofit initiative, or a private celebration, Aisha's expertise shines through. Jennifer Charles Jennifer Charles is a co-founder and the chief creative officer at Something Fabulous. Jennifer's specialty is in designing experience and storytelling marketing. Jennifer has a degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. She began her career in radio, television, and film. From interning at The Today Show and Good Morning America to working in production with The Food Network and New Line Cinema, she has experienced storytelling from many different angles and industries. Becca Mai Becca Mai is a West Virginia native who transplanted to the D.C. area shortly after launching a career in hospitality. She has been in the wedding industry for over 10 years specializing in planning for LBGTQ+, multicultural, and fusion weddings and events. While the majority of her career has been geared toward wedding operations, she has spent a lengthy portion of it building out platforms, training programs, and more. She is now a business strategist for wedding professionals and an inclusive wedding planner, assisting wedding business owners on the back of the business to streamline, automate, and organize with hospitality 100% in mind.
Host Pauly Shore gets back to his MTV roots, when he sits down to talk with popular bands, influencers and comedians new and old, about a variety of topics, in a funny and always unpredictable talk show at Jam in the Van! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adler, Sabinewww.deutschlandfunk.de, Informationen am MittagDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Exakt einen Monat seit der letzten Aufnahme haben wir wieder den Record-Knopf gefunden und uns auf einen wilden Ritt gewagt. Nach ausführlichen Einblicken ins NHL-Global-Game zwischen Ottawa und Detroit von unser Hörerin Sunny, tauchen wir mit Anlauf ganz ganz tief in die Adler-Krise ein. Also Taucherbrille aufziehen, Luft anhalten und mit viel Spaß zuhören! Eiszeit FM sind Philipp Koehl und Sven Metzger.
Der Angriff der Hamas am 7. Oktober hat für die Fotografin und Publizistin Sharon Adler alles verändert. Besonders schwer treffe sie der Tod der Aktivistin Vivian Silver, sagt die Frauenrechtlerin. Ihr fehlt das Engagement für Jüdinnen und Juden.Timm, Ulrikewww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Im GesprächDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Urs Fischer und Union Berlin gehen getrennte Wege. Als Nachfolger übernimmt Marco Grothe und die erste Co-Trainerin der Bundesliga - deren Mann diese Woche entlassen wurde. Weiter im Süden gibt es einen neuen, altbekannten Trainer (einer von uns!), der FC Bayern schlägt auf dem Transfermarkt zu und ein französischer Fünftligist muss weit fliegen für ein Pokalspiel. Und wir fragen uns: Wie gut fliegen die hässlichen Vögel mit dem Adler auf der Brust? Reingegrätscht, das News-Update des SPIELTACH-Podcasts, serviert euch jeden Mittwoch die frischesten Fußballnachrichten der Woche, leicht verdaulich für die Ohren. Shownotes: derspieltach.de Kicktipp-Teilnahme: Kicktipp.derSpieltach.de
This episode of Real Talk includes updates on two people we've featured in past. One international, one closer to home - both are tough pills to swallow, but are important stories to be told. 3:20 | Ryan opens the Charles Adler interview with an update on Vivian Silver, who was believed to be taken hostage by Hamas on October 7. Later, Charles tells us why he was so put off by Piers Morgan's interview with Jeremy Corbyn about the terrorist group. Before signing off, Adler explains why he was so impacted by recent ageism aimed at the Princess of Wales. 20:50 | Real Talker Chris wonders what "old school Conservatives" were *actually* like. Ryan reads his email to Charles, who answers without hesitation. 48:00 | At just 35 years of age, family physician (and Real Talker) Dr. Bradley Martin is walking away from his rural clinic. He tells us why he made the difficult decision, what might have changed his mind, and what he thinks of the UCP's overhaul of Alberta Health Services. 1:30:00 | We feature the wonderful story of Annie the dog, shared by Real Talker Brayden from Coquitlam, in this week's Positive Reflections presented by Kuby Renewable Energy. SEND US YOUR POSITIVE REFLECTION: email@example.com GET A FREE SOLAR QUOTE TODAY: https://kubyenergy.ca/ BECOME A REAL TALK PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/ryanjespersen WEBSITE: https://ryanjespersen.com/ FOLLOW US ON TIKTOK, TWITTER, & INSTAGRAM: @realtalkrj THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR SPONSORS! https://ryanjespersen.com/sponsors The views and opinions expressed in this show are those of the host and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Relay Communications Group Inc. or any affiliates.
In this episode of GatherGeeks, BizBash chairman and founder David Adler sits down with Kelly Roe, the brand-new executive creative director at global experiential powerhouse Jack Morton. At the time of this recording, she's been at the helm just three weeks. During their enlightening conversation, Adler and Roe discuss her time at The Kitchen, the in-house creative agency at Kraft Heinz; the evolving world of influencers; the art of inspiring teams and extracting their full potential; and the changing nature of what works now in events. This conversation is a wellspring of knowledge and inspiration—take a listen.
As cities across the country grapple with a persistent homelessness crisis, a leading advocate offers a compassionate look at the problem, the people, and the possible solutions—including what you can do to help. Kevin Adler returns to The Commonwealth Club to provide an urgent look at homelessness in America, showing us what we lose—in ourselves and as a society—when we choose to walk past and ignore our neighbors in shelters, insecure housing, or on the streets. Adler is the co-author of When We Walk By, which argues that we have sacrificed our humanity by ignoring, downplaying, and refusing to address the homelessness problem. The authors offer an evidence-based people-first approach and community-driven solutions, and they lay out some practical steps that individuals can take to address homelessness. Kevin Adler is an award-winning social entrepreneur, nonprofit leader, and author. Since 2014, he has served as the founder and CEO of Miracle Messages, a nonprofit organization that helps people experiencing homelessness rebuild their social support systems and financial security, primarily through family reunifications, a phone buddy program, and basic income pilots. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thomas und Jan bleiben nach "Mittlere Reife" im weitesten Sinne im Pubertäts-Thema: DUCKSCHI FÄHRT ZUR NATIO! Und es kommt zur dritten Vogelhochzeit, oder wie Jans Buddy Jensen so treffend sagte: Die hässlichen Adler! Das muss doch Aufwind geben, für das Spiel gegen Frankfurt, am Sonntag. Und dann ist da ja noch Borre, der gegen seine alten Jungs spielt. Und dass das Weserstadion in dieser Saison wieder eine Festung ist! und das es ein Flutlichtspiel am Samstagabend ist! Ach komm... Das KANN doch nur schief gehen! Oder...? Enjoy!
PART 2! Arguably the most important thing in Metal...GUITARS, and the badasses that play them! We get it, Vocals are important too, but you can scream or growl all you want...if it doesn't have guitars, it's not Metal - Windstein, Cantrell, Dimebag, Borland, Duplantier, Head & Munky, Abasi, Petrucci, Gallagher, Suicmez, Morello, Ihsahn, Townsend, Adam D, Susi, Buzz, Donais, Fox, Morgan, Morton, Adler, Knight, Owen, Hobbs, Eschbach, Xenopolous, Harhoff, Kummerer, Flynn, Cavalera, Loomis, Amott, Cazares, Thordendal..and SO many more - We're talking about our favorites from (what we call) the Modern Era - after 1993 (totally arbitrary year), and we wanna hear from you as well...let us know your favorites at: https://linktr.ee/MetalListPodcast - Theme Song by Godhammered at: https://linktr.ee/Godhammered
This week the guys welcome Mollie Adler to the show, host of the Back from the Borderline podcast. Mollie talks about her experiences with the dark side of the music industry and how she found her way back to the light after a significant experience with the divine feminine. Stick around until the end to hear her personal experiences skywatching with the Bledsoe Family.Check out Mollie's content here: https://linktr.ee/backfromtheborderlineThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5589952/advertisement
Throughout this episode, Stefanie (https://www.instagram.com/stefanieadlerwellness) talks about her life as a new mother, the unique way that her mother celebrated her menarche, who taught her how to use a tampon (hint: not a family member), why it's so important for women to create community and educate one another on menstruation, and so much more. In This Episode: * The story of Stefanie's Menarche (04:15) * How Stefanie was educated about tampons (09:42) * The importance of women creating community and educating one another (14:18) * A period story from Stefanie's trip to Mexico (19:38) * Stefanie's thoughts on ending generational misinformation around menstruation (25:46) Get the full complete show notes, here: https://www.wellsome.com/podcast/ FREE LOVE YOUR CYCLE DOWNLOAD: https://www.subscribepage.com/love-your-cycle MENSTRUAL CYCLE MEMBERSHIP - WELL WOMAN ACADEMY: https://www.wellsome.com/academy/ LOVE YOUR CYCLE FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/loveyourcyclesisterhood/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wellsome_jemalee/ WEBSITE: https://www.wellsome.com/ HELP US SPREAD OUR PODCAST WINGS This show is a passion project that I produce for the love of spreading menstrual cycle awareness for free. If you enjoy this show, help us reach more menstruators. The most effective way you can help is: 1. Subscribe to the show by clicking “subscribe” in iTunes 2. Write us a review in iTunes 3. Share this show with a friend, right now! 4. Screenshot and share via social media - don't forget to tag me @wellsome_jemalee Simple yes, but you'd be AMAZED at how much it helps this passion project reach more people. iTunes' algorithm uses ratings and review to know who to show our show to in their app. Review here on iTunes. In love & abundance! Jema
Präsidentschaftswahlen mitten im Krieg hält der ukrainische Präsident Selenskyj für nicht angebracht. Das sei richtig, kommentiert Sabine Adler. Jetzt sei Solidarität gefragt, damit nach dem Krieg freie Wahlen überhaupt wieder möglich sind. Adler, Sabinewww.deutschlandfunk.de, Kommentare und Themen der WocheDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Rod, Tessa, Alex, and Chile talk about Rod going to see U2 at the sphere in Las Vegas, debate whether or not people can do just as much work in four days as they can in five, and play another round of The Texas Hammer Game.Podcast brought to you by Gallery Furniture
durée : 00:06:54 - L'invité de 6h20 - par : Laetitia Gayet, Amaury Bocher, Elise Amchin - Santé publique France et le ministère de la Santé et de la Prévention, en partenariat avec l'Assurance Maladie, donnent le coup d'envoi de la nouvelle édition du défi Mois sans tabac : le Dr Marion Adler, médecin tabacologue à l'hôpital Antoine Béclère de Clamart.
Que tal revirar gavetas da sua memória e buscar lembranças de um tempo remoto, onde não existia rede social, transmissão de eventos e previsão de ondas na palma da mão, quando você via o surfe de uma forma, ao mesmo tempo, intensa e ingênua? No Boia 223, Júlio Adler e Bruno Bocayuva [João Valente teve um compromisso inadiável] te levam pra essa viagem espaçotemporal na companhia dos irmãos Lumbra, dupla que rodou o Brasil a partir de 1983 exibindo os principais filmes de surfe da época em cenários tão diferentes quando um hotel de luxo e picadeiro de circo. As apresentações produziam uma catarse coletiva impressionante, da primeira à última onda. Foram mais de 2 horas, com direito a trilha encaixada no tema com INXS emocionando com Don't Change e The Church com, Is This Where You Live. Ainda deu tempo pra ouvir uma aventura amazônica transformadora com Tito Rosemberg e uma homenagem necessária aos 100 anos do saudoso Darcy Ribeiro. Boa viagem! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/boia/message
In this episode of The Common Sense MD, Dr. Rogers talks with Mike Adler, Psy.D. about the prevalence of childhood abuse, the long term health effects, and ways to move forward. What did you think of this episode of the podcast? Let us know by leaving a review! Connect with Performance Medicine! Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://performancemedicine.net/doctors-note-sign-up/ Facebook: @PMedicine Instagram: @PerformancemedicineTN YouTube: Performance Medicine
Karl and Jon welcome Tanja Huvila to the show to discuss the next story in the Sherlock Holmes canon: The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton @adlerto
Start cracking those knuckles and load up on Sobe! Buckle up everyone, if you came to this podcast to hear about some Bad Girls, you finally picked the right week! We have comedian, musician, gymnast, gay twin, self described "Asian in tech" and so much more, our friend Dylan Adler drops in! We're talking about the very first installment of what became a powerhouse reality franchise 275 episodes strong! You guessed it, The Bad Girls Club. Dylan is a touring stand-up comedian and writer for the Late Late Show with James Corden, co-creator of the incredible 'Rape Victims are Horny Too' show, and recently featured Comedy Central comedian (check that out here: https://youtu.be/c3XvApJvFvM) Guest: Dylan Adler Hosts: Geoff Kerbis Max Singer Rich Inman --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pilotslicense/support
The pod starts with a B Team reunion as Ethan has Adler and Mikey on to round out his series of division preview pods, focusing on The Pacific and Northwest Divisions. At the end, there is a bonus segment with our good friend Reilly McDonnell of The Bounce Pass Podcast with an in-depth Trail Blazers preview. Adler gets EXCITED about The Warriors (3:40) PHX/Sacramento/Lakers/Clippers quick thoughts (12:00) NoBoDy eVeR tAlKs aBoUt Denver (36:00) Adler doesn't like The Timberwolves (40:40) Realistic expectations VS overreactions for The Thunder (49:45) What to make of The Utah Jazz (1:02:27) Reilly, Brett and Mikey bounce to the Blazers (1:09:45)
In this adrenaline-fueled episode, we're taking a close look at the epic rematch between Jeff Adler and Roman Khrennikov, two titans of CrossFit. If you thought their last encounter was intense, you won't want to miss this one! But the excitement doesn't stop there. We'll also dissect the performance of Pat Vellner, who came in 3rd at the CrossFit Games and narrowly missed victory at the Rogue Invitational last year. Is this his year to claim the top spot? And then there's the comeback story of Ricky Garard, who missed the Games due to injury but is back and hungrier than ever. What can we expect from this determined athlete in the Rogue Invitational? Tune in to uncover: The dynamic between Adler and Khrennikov – who will come out on top? Pat Vellner's quest for redemption and the Rogue Invitational title. Ricky Garard's triumphant return and his fight for victory. Whether you're a CrossFit fanatic or just curious about the action-packed world of fitness and competition, our podcast is your go-to source for in-depth analysis and expert insights. Join us for a riveting conversation that will keep you on the edge of your seat! Mix up your favorite cocktail, settle in, and let's explore the Rogue Invitational together.
Have you experienced a dark time in your life? What did G-d say about Israel thousands of years ago? Join guest speaker Rabbi Jeff Adler as he breaks down the prophecy of the dry bones from Ezekiel 37 by connecting it to the restoration of Israel even in our days, and by highlighting that G-d has had a plan for their complete revival all this time. The Jewish people are a living example of G-d's promises being true and everlasting, and serve as an encouragement that He will never abandon you. The people of Israel live!Ezekiel 37.1-14; Isaiah 53.5-6; Romans 11.26; Zechariah 12.10; Isaiah 11.9Prayer Requests or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgCBH WebsiteDonateYouTube Channel
Um verdadeiro festival de cores e sabores para os seus ouvidos. O episódio 221 do Boia falha, mas não tarda. Júlio Adler, João Valente e Bruno Bocayuva sentam-se (epa!) nesse botequim virtual e desatam a falar sobre olés na Federação Carioca, aborígenes australianos negados, a misteriosa partida de Allan Weisbecker e até do CS de Saquarema. A imagem falada volta para nos assombrar no Almanaque e a trilha, que trilha! Umi Says do Mos Def, (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding com Elvis Costello & the Attractions e Marvin Gaye com Nuclear Juice. Comprem a camisa do Boia! https://www.southtosouth.com.br/collections/camisetas-boia-podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/boia/message
We're joined this week by Beatrice Adler-Bolton, a researcher, artist, co-host of Death Panel, and the co-author of HEALTH COMMUNISM: A Surplus Manifesto. We talk about the ways 'healthcare' as it is currently provided is directly linked to labor and economic growth, and as a result, dismissing those who cannot participate in work. We also talk about the limits of providing institutional national healthcare, and the ways that new systems of health and care provision can be imagined and devised in post-capitalism. Get a copy of Health Communism here: https://www.versobooks.com/en-gb/products/2801-health-communism Listen to Death Panel here: https://www.deathpanel.net/ -------- PALESTINE AID LINKS https://www.map.org.uk/donate/donate https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/how-you-can-help/emergencies/gaza-israel-conflict -------- PHOEBE ALERT Can't get enough Phoebe? Check out her Substack Here! -------- This show is supported by Patreon. Sign up for as little as $5 a month to gain access to a new bonus episode every week, and our entire backlog of bonus episodes! Thats https://www.patreon.com/10kpostspodcast -------- Ten Thousand Posts is a show about how everything is posting. It's hosted by Hussein (@HKesvani), Phoebe (@PRHRoy) and produced by Devon (@Devon_onEarth).
Dean S. Adler is CEO and Co-Founder of Lubert-Adler Partners, L.P., a real estate equity firm with over $9 billion in equity raised. Dean is the Head of the Investment Committee and is responsible for leading the strategic direction of the team. He is also an Executive Committee Member and Research Sponsor for the Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center of The Wharton School and a member of the Board of Directors of the Dominion Real Estate Company. On this episode, Chris & Dean discuss: Analyzing the current market How to vet folks looking for private credit Thoughts on Office as an asset Accidentally building a grocery empire We'd appreciate you filling out our audience survey, so we can continuously work on providing relevant content to our listeners. https://www.thefortpod.com/survey Links: Lubert-Adler Topics: (00:00:00) Intro (00:03:16) What are you thinking right now about capital markets? (00:05:36) Is there another cycle you could compare to today's environment? (00:07:29) How do you think banks are thinking about upcoming renewals? (00:12:56) What needs to happen to normalize the market? (00:20:08) What are you seeing in fundraising? (00:21:56) How are you vetting folks looking for a private credit deal? (00:34:20) Thoughts on the Office Asset class (00:44:54) Does high levels of institutional investment in office affect the market? (00:49:13) Is there an asset class today that's dying but no one knows? (00:53:56) How did you end up in the grocery business? (01:04:12) Is it possible to still pursue an opportunity like you did with Albertson's today? (01:09:58) Looking back, what do you wish you had focused on more? Support our Sponsors Juniper Square: https://bit.ly/45yiYUq Better Pitch: https://bit.ly/42d9L0I Fort Capital: https://bit.ly/FortCapital Follow Fort Capital on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/fort-capital/ Chris on Social Media: Twitter: https://bit.ly/3BYIjcH LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/45gIkFd Watch The Fort on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3oynxNX Visit our website: https://bit.ly/43SOvys Leave a review on Apple: https://bit.ly/45crFD0 Leave a review on Spotify: https://bit.ly/3Krl9jO The FORT is produced by Johnny Podcasts
America is feeling the effects of "Bidenomics" as costs rise and the border continues leaking. We are beaten down and need some motivation. Luckily, William Hung offers us a message of hope and inspiration. Greg prepares for his half-marathon. Biden struggles to spell and gets confused in front of more world leaders. Adler performs an original song about the inevitable breakup of Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce. And Rick & Bubba record some hype promos for the Birmingham Bulls professional hockey team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Taylor Swift attends a Kansas City Chiefs game while Travis Kelce scores a touchdown and appears in commercials for the COVID vaccine. We just want to know which one will break Travis' heart: the vaccine or Taylor Swift? The Deion Sanders hype train gets derailed by the Oregon Ducks. Joe Biden tries to be cool but ends up calling LL Cool J "boy." ABC News has to admit Americans are not happy with the Biden administration. AOC blames COVID as the reason she has a non-union-built Tesla. Adler attends a motorcycle charity ride. And Rick may have found a drawback to losing all that weight. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices