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Louisiana Anthology Podcast
506. Tim Wise, part 2, Corrected

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023


506. Part 2 of our interview with Tim Wise. Tim is a civil rights activist who worked in Louisiana. "Tim Wise, whom scholar and philosopher Cornel West calls, 'A vanilla brother in the tradition of (abolitionist) John Brown,' is among the nation's most prominent antiracist essayists and educators... After graduating from college, he threw himself into social justice efforts full-time, as a Youth Coordinator and Associate Director of the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism: the largest of the many groups organized in the early 1990s to defeat the political candidacies of white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. From there, he became a community organizer in New Orleans' public housing, and a policy analyst for a children's advocacy group focused on combating poverty and economic inequity."This week in Louisiana history. January 27 1730 Jean Paul LeSueur leads 500 Choctaw Indians against the Natchez Indians. This week in New Orleans history. Lindell Holmes defeated  Frank Tate for the Super middleweight International Boxing Federation title in New Orleans on January 27, 1990. This week in Louisiana. 2023 Night of Lights Pineville Mardi Gras Parade Join us Friday Feb 10, 2023 at 7pm for the 2023 Night of Lights Pineville Mardi Gras Parade. Join several thousand of your closest friends and watch the Floats go by! The Parade rolls from the front entrance of LCU down Main Street to Alexandria. (Friday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Main Street Pineville Admission. Free. Phone (318) 449-5650 Website Postcards from Louisiana. Tickler's Piano Bar, Bourbon St.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook. 

Louisiana Anthology Podcast
506. Tim Wise, part 2

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023


506. Part 2 of our interview with Tim Wise. Tim is a civil rights activist who worked in Louisiana. "Tim Wise, whom scholar and philosopher Cornel West calls, 'A vanilla brother in the tradition of (abolitionist) John Brown,' is among the nation's most prominent antiracist essayists and educators... After graduating from college, he threw himself into social justice efforts full-time, as a Youth Coordinator and Associate Director of the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism: the largest of the many groups organized in the early 1990s to defeat the political candidacies of white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. From there, he became a community organizer in New Orleans' public housing, and a policy analyst for a children's advocacy group focused on combating poverty and economic inequity."This week in Louisiana history. January 27 1730 Jean Paul LeSueur leads 500 Choctaw Indians against the Natchez Indians. This week in New Orleans history. Lindell Holmes defeated  Frank Tate for the Super middleweight International Boxing Federation title in New Orleans on January 27, 1990. This week in Louisiana. 2023 Night of Lights Pineville Mardi Gras Parade Join us Friday Feb 10, 2023 at 7pm for the 2023 Night of Lights Pineville Mardi Gras Parade. Join several thousand of your closest friends and watch the Floats go by! The Parade rolls from the front entrance of LCU down Main Street to Alexandria. (Friday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Main Street Pineville Admission. Free. Phone (318) 449-5650 Website Postcards from Louisiana. Tickler's Piano Bar, Bourbon St.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook. 

The Business Of Happiness
#225 - Building a Habit of Happiness with Christine Ramsay

The Business Of Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 39:05


In this episode, Dr. Tarryn MacCarthy speaks with Coach, Speaker, Culture Architect, and Founder of Ignite Inclusion, LLC, Christine Ramsay. They talk about building a habit of happiness through gratitude, mindfulness, love, and service to others. She also shares how she helps people do this through her SMILE framework and her passion for creating a world where people feel seen and heard.Christine Ramsay is a first-generation Armenian-American whose life purpose is to create a world where all people feel seen, heard, valued, celebrated, and loved so they continue to thrive and ignite their happiness. She is a connector, storyteller, and cross-cultural inclusive leader whose superpower is empathy.She is the Chief Empowerment Officer and Founder of Ignite Inclusion, LLC, whose mission is to help individuals and organizations unlock their inner genius and discover their potential by taking control of their happiness and well-being. Our vision is to create an inclusive culture of happiness where all humans feel seen, heard, valued, celebrated, and loved for seeing the world differently.She is a Culture Architect, Certified Happiness and Leadership Coach, TEDx and motivational speaker, International Author of a new Anthology, “Your Life is Worth it,” Certified coach in Brain-Based Skills Neuroscience of Inclusion, Certified coach for Social and Emotional Intelligence (EI), and a Certified Diversity Professional (CDP).She is also a parent advocate for Gender inclusion, Autism & Neurodiversity, Well-being, and Happiness.Learn more about Christine:Website: https://www.igniteinclusion.comInstagram:  https://www.instagram.com/igniteinclusion/Email: igniteinclusion@gmail.comPhone: 484-883-2822Check out her TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaanJc7sI4kShow notes:[2:51] What is life-work flow?[4:45] How has her culture impacted what she does now?[11:14] Her SMILE Framework[16:15] Serving others[17:47] Join The Radical Happiness For Practitioners Program to rediscover happiness within your profession and life. Check out https://www.thebizofhappiness.com/radicalhappiness[22:11] Make mindfulness a habit[25:47] Intentionally choose happiness[28:01] Loving yourself and others[32:25] Express gratitude[36:29] What is her definition of happiness?[38:20] OutroSign up to Radical Happiness and become the Happiest Practitioner: https://www.thebizofhappiness.com/radicalhappinessPlease join my Facebook group: Business Of Happiness Hive, so we can all take this journey to find fulfillment and happiness together. Click here.Where to find meWebsite: www.thebizofhappiness.comFacebook: facebook.com/thebusinessofhappinessIG: @thebizofhappinessIt would mean the world to me if you subscribe, leave a review, and share this podcast with your friends, co-workers, and families. This will help the trajectory of this podcast and allow others who are seeking true happiness to find the podcast.

Build Your Success
What Does Leadership Mean to the Host Brian Brogen?

Build Your Success

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 12:34


On this episode I ask myself the question I have asked hundreds of people both on my podcast and while talking about Voices For Leadership the Anthology book series I founded. I give you my thoughts on the importance of a clear vision, why character is essential to leadership, how important is attitude in leadership and life, and how trust can be the bridge to achieving your goals. Please subscribe and share this podcast with others. https://buildcs.net brianb@buildcs.net

We Should Talk About That
Deserts to Mountaintops: Eleven Years of Freedom and the Journey to Finding Her Voice with Jess B

We Should Talk About That

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 30:06


January 25th  marks the eleven year anniversary of Jess B's rescue from captivity (she was held hostage by Somali pirates for 93 days for a 45 million dollar ransom demand- check season 1, episode 2 for the full story!) and she is commemorating this very important anniversary with the publication of her first anthology Deserts to Mountaintops: Our Collective Journey to (re) Claiming Our Voice , also the first book from her publishing imprint  Soul Speak Press. In this episode, Jess K interviews Jess B about her heart behind the anthology project, what it has been like to work with 21 other authors who are writing about their own desert to mountaintop experience, and how important it is to Jess B to build a space where women feel validated and included despite and because of what they have been through. Get your copy of Deserts to Mountaintops on January 25, at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Deserts-Mountaintops-Collective-Journey-Claiming/dp/195847200X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1674427943&sr=8-1 and don't forget to leave a review!Thank you to our sponsors:Lyssa Seward: https://www.sothebysrealty.com/ttrsir/eng/associate/279-a-3012-4043609/lyssa-sewardSupport the show

Scream Therapy
Episode 62: Mark Bouchard on curating Everything Is Going Wrong comic anthology

Scream Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 25:19


On episode 62, Mark Bouchard, comic book writer and curator of Everything Is Going Wrong anthology, joined podcast host Jason Schreurs to talk about the importance of spreading messages of mental health through stories of lived experience. Mark explains the responsibility he felt being entrusted with other people's experience through the making of the anthology. http://barkmouchard.com Featured song clips: Days N Daze - "My Darling Dopamine" from Show Me the Blueprints (Fat Wreck Chords, 2020) Leftover Crack - "Homeo Apathy" from Mediocre Generica (Hellcat Records, 2001) Drawing: Bayleigh Underwood SUPPORT SCREAM THERAPY: BUY SOME MERCH! teepublic.com/user/scream-therapy About this podcast: Scream Therapy explores the link between punk rock and mental health. My guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like myself. Intro/background music clips: Submission Hold - "Cranium Ache" Render Useless - "The Second Flight of Icarus" Artwork: Luke Ramsey - http://lukeramseystudio.com Contact host Jason Schreurs - screamtherapypodcast@gmail.com

Louisiana Anthology Podcast
505. Tim Wise, Part 1

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023


505. Part 1 of our interview with Tim Wise. Tim is a civil rights activist who worked in Louisiana. 'Tim Wise, whom scholar and philosopher Cornel West calls, “A vanilla brother in the tradition of (abolitionist) John Brown,” is among the nation's most prominent antiracist essayists and educators.... After graduating from college, he threw himself into social justice efforts full-time, as a Youth Coordinator and Associate Director of the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism: the largest of the many groups organized in the early 1990s to defeat the political candidacies of white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. From there, he became a community organizer in New Orleans' public housing, and a policy analyst for a children's advocacy group focused on combating poverty and economic inequity.' This week in Louisiana history. January 20 1716 Bienville wrote that he had "displeased Cadillac" by not marrying his daughter. This week in New Orleans history. The Pontchartrain Rail-Road was an early railway, chartered in 1830, which began transporting people and goods between the Mississippi River front and Lake Pontchartrain on April 23, 1831, and closed more than 100 years later.  The 5-mile long line on Elysian Fields Avenue connected the Faubourg Marigny along the riverfront with the town of Milneburg on the Lakefront. When built, the majority of the route ran through farmland, woods, and swamp.  Meetings discussing building a railway began in 1828. The Pontchartrain Rail-Road was chartered on January 20, 1830. This week in Louisiana. Jammin' on the Bayou Phone 337-948-8004 This jam session is hosted by musician Stanley Lee at the St. Landry Parish Visitor Center in Opelousas, Louisiana. Musicians at any level of expertise bring an instrument and suggest their favorite songs. Bystanders can sit and listen in or dance along. The jam session is free and open to the public. Anyone can stop by and join in on the fun.      The jam is held every third Saturday of the month starting around 1 pm. After the show, stick around the visitor center. One of our experienced Travel Counselors can point you to other points of interest in the parish. If you want to stay longer, they can even provide a tour of our award-winning, sustainable welcome center. Jan 21 2023 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm St. Landry Parish Visitor Center 978 Kennerson Road Opelousas, LA 70570 Postcards from Louisiana. Royal Street Singer. Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook. 

New Books in American Studies
The Diné Reader: An Anthology of Navajo Literature

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 61:17


Today's book is: The Diné Reader: An Anthology of Navajo Literature, which is the 2022 Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award Winner. The Diné Reader showcases the breadth, depth, and diversity of Diné creative artists and their poetry, fiction, and nonfiction prose, in a wide-ranging anthology. The collected works display a rich variety of and creativity in themes: home and history; contemporary concerns about identity, historical trauma, and loss of language; and economic and environmental inequalities. The Diné Reader developed as a way to demonstrate both the power of Diné literary artistry and the persistence of the Navajo people. The volume opens with a foreword by poet Sherwin Bitsui, who offers insight into the importance of writing to the Navajo people. The editors then introduce the volume by detailing the literary history of the Diné people, establishing the context for the tremendous diversity of the works that follow, which includes free verse, sestinas, limericks, haiku, prose poems, creative nonfiction, mixed genres, and oral traditions reshaped into the written word. This volume combines an array of literature with illuminating interviews, biographies, and photographs of the featured Diné writers and artists. A valuable resource to educators, literature enthusiasts, and beyond, this anthology is a much-needed showcase of Diné writers and their compelling work. The volume also includes a chronology of important dates in Diné history by Jennifer Nez Denetdale, as well as resources for teachers, students, and general readers by Michael Thompson. The Diné Reader is an exciting convergence of Navajo writers and artists with scholars and educators. Our guest is: Esther G. Belin, who is a Diné multimedia artist and writer, and a faculty mentor in the Low Rez MFA program at the Institute for American Indian Arts. She graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts and the University of California, Berkeley. Her poetry collection From the Belly of My Beauty won the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation. Her latest collection is Of Cartography: Poems. Our co-guest is: Jeff Berglund, who is the director of the Liberal Studies Program and a professor of English at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he has worked since 1999. Dr. Berglund's research and teaching focuses on Native American literature, comparative Indigenous film, and U.S. multi-ethnic literature. His books include Indigenous Pop: Native American Music from Jazz to Hip Hop (co-editor), and Indigenous Peoples Rise Up: The Global Ascendancy of Social Media Activism (co-editor). Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, a historian of women and gender. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: The Institute of American Indian Arts Esther Belin's poems on the Poetry Foundation website, including Bringing Hannah Home and When Roots Are Exposed and Blues-ing on the Brown Vibe Sherman Alexie: A Collection of Critical Essays edited by Jeff Berglund and Jan Roush This podcast with Morgan Talty discussing Night of the Living Rez This podcast with Michelle Cyca about Misrepresentation on Campus This podcast with the editor of Tribal Colleges Journal of American Indian Higher Education Welcome to The Academic Life! Join us here each week, where we learn directly from experts. We embrace the broad definition of what it means to lead an academic life, and are informed and inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
The Diné Reader: An Anthology of Navajo Literature

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 61:17


Today's book is: The Diné Reader: An Anthology of Navajo Literature, which is the 2022 Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award Winner. The Diné Reader showcases the breadth, depth, and diversity of Diné creative artists and their poetry, fiction, and nonfiction prose, in a wide-ranging anthology. The collected works display a rich variety of and creativity in themes: home and history; contemporary concerns about identity, historical trauma, and loss of language; and economic and environmental inequalities. The Diné Reader developed as a way to demonstrate both the power of Diné literary artistry and the persistence of the Navajo people. The volume opens with a foreword by poet Sherwin Bitsui, who offers insight into the importance of writing to the Navajo people. The editors then introduce the volume by detailing the literary history of the Diné people, establishing the context for the tremendous diversity of the works that follow, which includes free verse, sestinas, limericks, haiku, prose poems, creative nonfiction, mixed genres, and oral traditions reshaped into the written word. This volume combines an array of literature with illuminating interviews, biographies, and photographs of the featured Diné writers and artists. A valuable resource to educators, literature enthusiasts, and beyond, this anthology is a much-needed showcase of Diné writers and their compelling work. The volume also includes a chronology of important dates in Diné history by Jennifer Nez Denetdale, as well as resources for teachers, students, and general readers by Michael Thompson. The Diné Reader is an exciting convergence of Navajo writers and artists with scholars and educators. Our guest is: Esther G. Belin, who is a Diné multimedia artist and writer, and a faculty mentor in the Low Rez MFA program at the Institute for American Indian Arts. She graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts and the University of California, Berkeley. Her poetry collection From the Belly of My Beauty won the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation. Her latest collection is Of Cartography: Poems. Our co-guest is: Jeff Berglund, who is the director of the Liberal Studies Program and a professor of English at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he has worked since 1999. Dr. Berglund's research and teaching focuses on Native American literature, comparative Indigenous film, and U.S. multi-ethnic literature. His books include Indigenous Pop: Native American Music from Jazz to Hip Hop (co-editor), and Indigenous Peoples Rise Up: The Global Ascendancy of Social Media Activism (co-editor). Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, a historian of women and gender. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: The Institute of American Indian Arts Esther Belin's poems on the Poetry Foundation website, including Bringing Hannah Home and When Roots Are Exposed and Blues-ing on the Brown Vibe Sherman Alexie: A Collection of Critical Essays edited by Jeff Berglund and Jan Roush This podcast with Morgan Talty discussing Night of the Living Rez This podcast with Michelle Cyca about Misrepresentation on Campus This podcast with the editor of Tribal Colleges Journal of American Indian Higher Education Welcome to The Academic Life! Join us here each week, where we learn directly from experts. We embrace the broad definition of what it means to lead an academic life, and are informed and inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Native American Studies
The Diné Reader: An Anthology of Navajo Literature

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 61:17


Today's book is: The Diné Reader: An Anthology of Navajo Literature, which is the 2022 Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award Winner. The Diné Reader showcases the breadth, depth, and diversity of Diné creative artists and their poetry, fiction, and nonfiction prose, in a wide-ranging anthology. The collected works display a rich variety of and creativity in themes: home and history; contemporary concerns about identity, historical trauma, and loss of language; and economic and environmental inequalities. The Diné Reader developed as a way to demonstrate both the power of Diné literary artistry and the persistence of the Navajo people. The volume opens with a foreword by poet Sherwin Bitsui, who offers insight into the importance of writing to the Navajo people. The editors then introduce the volume by detailing the literary history of the Diné people, establishing the context for the tremendous diversity of the works that follow, which includes free verse, sestinas, limericks, haiku, prose poems, creative nonfiction, mixed genres, and oral traditions reshaped into the written word. This volume combines an array of literature with illuminating interviews, biographies, and photographs of the featured Diné writers and artists. A valuable resource to educators, literature enthusiasts, and beyond, this anthology is a much-needed showcase of Diné writers and their compelling work. The volume also includes a chronology of important dates in Diné history by Jennifer Nez Denetdale, as well as resources for teachers, students, and general readers by Michael Thompson. The Diné Reader is an exciting convergence of Navajo writers and artists with scholars and educators. Our guest is: Esther G. Belin, who is a Diné multimedia artist and writer, and a faculty mentor in the Low Rez MFA program at the Institute for American Indian Arts. She graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts and the University of California, Berkeley. Her poetry collection From the Belly of My Beauty won the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation. Her latest collection is Of Cartography: Poems. Our co-guest is: Jeff Berglund, who is the director of the Liberal Studies Program and a professor of English at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he has worked since 1999. Dr. Berglund's research and teaching focuses on Native American literature, comparative Indigenous film, and U.S. multi-ethnic literature. His books include Indigenous Pop: Native American Music from Jazz to Hip Hop (co-editor), and Indigenous Peoples Rise Up: The Global Ascendancy of Social Media Activism (co-editor). Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, a historian of women and gender. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: The Institute of American Indian Arts Esther Belin's poems on the Poetry Foundation website, including Bringing Hannah Home and When Roots Are Exposed and Blues-ing on the Brown Vibe Sherman Alexie: A Collection of Critical Essays edited by Jeff Berglund and Jan Roush This podcast with Morgan Talty discussing Night of the Living Rez This podcast with Michelle Cyca about Misrepresentation on Campus This podcast with the editor of Tribal Colleges Journal of American Indian Higher Education Welcome to The Academic Life! Join us here each week, where we learn directly from experts. We embrace the broad definition of what it means to lead an academic life, and are informed and inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/native-american-studies

New Books in Literary Studies
The Diné Reader: An Anthology of Navajo Literature

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 61:17


Today's book is: The Diné Reader: An Anthology of Navajo Literature, which is the 2022 Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award Winner. The Diné Reader showcases the breadth, depth, and diversity of Diné creative artists and their poetry, fiction, and nonfiction prose, in a wide-ranging anthology. The collected works display a rich variety of and creativity in themes: home and history; contemporary concerns about identity, historical trauma, and loss of language; and economic and environmental inequalities. The Diné Reader developed as a way to demonstrate both the power of Diné literary artistry and the persistence of the Navajo people. The volume opens with a foreword by poet Sherwin Bitsui, who offers insight into the importance of writing to the Navajo people. The editors then introduce the volume by detailing the literary history of the Diné people, establishing the context for the tremendous diversity of the works that follow, which includes free verse, sestinas, limericks, haiku, prose poems, creative nonfiction, mixed genres, and oral traditions reshaped into the written word. This volume combines an array of literature with illuminating interviews, biographies, and photographs of the featured Diné writers and artists. A valuable resource to educators, literature enthusiasts, and beyond, this anthology is a much-needed showcase of Diné writers and their compelling work. The volume also includes a chronology of important dates in Diné history by Jennifer Nez Denetdale, as well as resources for teachers, students, and general readers by Michael Thompson. The Diné Reader is an exciting convergence of Navajo writers and artists with scholars and educators. Our guest is: Esther G. Belin, who is a Diné multimedia artist and writer, and a faculty mentor in the Low Rez MFA program at the Institute for American Indian Arts. She graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts and the University of California, Berkeley. Her poetry collection From the Belly of My Beauty won the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation. Her latest collection is Of Cartography: Poems. Our co-guest is: Jeff Berglund, who is the director of the Liberal Studies Program and a professor of English at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he has worked since 1999. Dr. Berglund's research and teaching focuses on Native American literature, comparative Indigenous film, and U.S. multi-ethnic literature. His books include Indigenous Pop: Native American Music from Jazz to Hip Hop (co-editor), and Indigenous Peoples Rise Up: The Global Ascendancy of Social Media Activism (co-editor). Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, a historian of women and gender. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: The Institute of American Indian Arts Esther Belin's poems on the Poetry Foundation website, including Bringing Hannah Home and When Roots Are Exposed and Blues-ing on the Brown Vibe Sherman Alexie: A Collection of Critical Essays edited by Jeff Berglund and Jan Roush This podcast with Morgan Talty discussing Night of the Living Rez This podcast with Michelle Cyca about Misrepresentation on Campus This podcast with the editor of Tribal Colleges Journal of American Indian Higher Education Welcome to The Academic Life! Join us here each week, where we learn directly from experts. We embrace the broad definition of what it means to lead an academic life, and are informed and inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

Snyder’s Return
Trailer - Side Character Quest - Single Player Anthology Fantasy Podcast

Snyder’s Return

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 0:53 Transcription Available


Snyder's Return is working with Content Creators from multiple different Podcasts from multiple different Tabletop Roleplay Game (TTRPG) systems to share our work, love of the hobby and grow the community together.This Trailer is from SCQ, an actual play podcast where each quest follows a new guest in a magic world where cicadas sing, rivers flow, and all is surrounded by a massive wall as ancient as history itself.You can find them:Twitter - https://twitter.com/SCQpodcastWebsite - https://t.co/MUO9OIglXOSupport the showFind us on:Twitter https://twitter.com/ReturnSnyderInstagram https://www.instagram.com/snyders_return/Website https://www.snydersreturn.squarespace.com Linktree https://linktr.ee/snydersreturn

Militantly Mixed
ANNOUNCEMENT: The 1st Annual Be Your Mixed Ass Self Anthology!!!

Militantly Mixed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 18:20


Attention Mixed-Race Writers!Militantly Mixed and the Mixed Auntie Confidential wants YOU to contribute to the first BE YOUR MIXED-ASS SELF® Anthology! We want your nonfiction essays and poetryYou don't have to be a professional writerYou don't have to be publishedThe deadline for submissions is midnight, March 15, 2023 Sharmane: GO to https://militantlymixed.com/bymasanthology for all the details! The deadline for submissions is midnight, March 15, 2023We're looking forward to the stories of YOUR journey to becoming YOUR Mixed-ass self®.* * *You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed* * *Produced and Edited by Sharmane Fury Music by: David Bogan, the One - https://www.dbtheone.com/* * *Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or send me an email at Sharmane@militantlymixed.com.* * *Militantly Mixed is a fan-sponsored podcast, if you are enjoying the show please consider sponsoring us on Patreon, Paypal, & Cash.App today! Thank you.This is a ManeHustle Media Podcast.Turn your side hustle into your ManeHustle.

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The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast
SYS 467 – From Horror Anthology To Features With Roxanne Benjamin

The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 23:46


This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with director Roxanne Benjamin. She is a Writer/Director/Producer who got her start with Horror anthologies VHS, XX and Southbound. Roxanne Benjamin talks about that and her latest project as a Director, the feature There's Something Wrong With The Children. Topics also include how before working directly in the film […]

So I Married A Horror Fan
#109 - Trick R' Treat

So I Married A Horror Fan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 66:57


In this week's episode we are taking a look at a cosy cult classic, as we tackle Trick R' Treat. Did we follow the Halloween rules or were we paid a visit by Sam? In this episode we talk about the first time we both saw this movie, and what our initial thoughts were. Why did this movie underperform? Did the studio screw it over? How did it go on to become a beloved cult classic? How does it hold up as an Anthology film? also, is this the best Horror film for capturing the Halloween season that isn't part of that other Horror franchise? Why haven't we got more of these films by now and what are we anticipating from the long gestating sequel? Does Sam deserve his place alongside other iconic Horror characters? We also go on a little Easter Egg hunt, as we countdown all of the references to John Carpenter and his works sprinkled throughout. All this and a lot more in this week's fun filled episode. Get your best costumes on and your Jack O' Lanterns lit, as we celebrate Halloween in erm…January? Find us on Social Media: Twitter: SIMAHFPOD Instagram: soimarriedahorrorfan Tumblr: soimarriedahorrorfan

Louisiana Anthology Podcast
504. T. R. Johnson, Part 2.--corrected.

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023


 504. Part 2 of our interview with T. R. Johnson. T. R. is the editor of New Orleans: A Literary History, and the author of the new book, New Orleans: A Writer's City. "The neighborhoods of New Orleans have given rise to an extraordinary outpouring of important writing. Over the last century and a half or so, these stories and songs have given the city its singular place in the human imagination. This book leads the reader along five thoroughfares that define these different parts of town – Royal, St. Claude, Esplanade, Basin, and St. Charles – to explore how the writers who have lived around them have responded in closely related ways to the environments they share."   This week in Louisiana history. January 13, 1818 Noah Ludlow opens St. Philip Street Theatre.   This week in New Orleans history. Danny Barker. January 13, 1909. African-America Creole guitar and banjo player, songwriter, composer, singer, author, historian, teacher, storyteller, humorist, actor, painter.  Jazz Hall of Fame member.  Recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts Music Master Award and numerous other honors.  Played on more than 1,000 records of Jazz, Swing, Blues, Bebop, and Traditional. This week in Louisiana. Krewe of Chewbacchus Parade. Saturday, January 28, 2023. https://www.mardigrasneworleans.com/parades/krewe-of-chewbacchus The 900-member Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus is a Sci-Fi themed Mardi Gras parade, as well as a self-described satirical space cult. Chewbacchus consists of over 150 distinct subkrewes, each of which pays loving (and sometimes satirical) homage to the full spectrum of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and everything in between. Chewbacchus is a model of creative collaboration and has grown into a self-sustaining tradition. The parade consists of roughly 100 contraptions which are either pushed, pedaled, or pulled and are built onto bicycles, homemade trailers, and shopping carts. Chewbacchus believes that green parades are the “Future of Revelry” and does not use internal combustion engines to power floats. Postcards from Louisiana. Young Fellas Brass Band.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook. 

Avatar: The Last Podcasters
Patterns In Time Anthology Comic Review

Avatar: The Last Podcasters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023


Chris finished reading the new Legend of Korra anthology comic, Patterns in Time, and offers his review!Chris: @objective_geek Shawn: @ShawnSchaller, ShawnSchaller.comFacebook: facebook.com/AvatarTheLastPodcasters/Also, you can now connect directly with the show on Instagram and Twitter, @last_podcasters#AvatarTheLastAirbender #AvatarStudios #ParamountPlus #Netflix #Nickelodeon #LegendofKorra #Viacom #Paramount

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Anthology - The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, and Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
098 - Young Man's Fancy (The Twilight Zone S03E34) + Signals from the Heart (Science Fiction Theatre S02E01)

Anthology - The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, and Classic Sci-Fi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 97:38


Happy New Year! This week, I kick off 2023 with a review of episode 34 from The Twilight Zone's third season: Young Man's Fancy. I also share my thoughts on episode 1 of Science Fiction Theatre's second season, Signals from the Heart in a brief spoiler-free bonus review.   Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer.   Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher   Timestamps   Intro – 00:25   From the World of Fiction and Science - 02:46 Young Man's Fancy - 20:31 Signals from the Heart (Science Fiction Theatre) - 1:25:45   Outro – 1:35:41   Related Links   Science Fiction Theatre: Signals from the Heart Black Mirror Episodes Ranked - Letterboxd My Top 25 Favorite Sci-Fi Movies - Letterboxd My Work From Home TZ Marathon Twitter Thread My Twilight Zone Marathon Tweets   Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and support the show! My Letterboxd Profile Obsessive Viewer - Our weekly movie and TV discussion and review podcast Obsessive Viewer Presents: Tower Junkies - Our spinoff podcast dedicated to Stephen King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower and related topics.   Where to Find Anthology   Facebook: AnthologyPod - Like Anthology on Facebook Twitter: @OVAnthologyPod - Tweet me your thoughts on the show Anthology's Full Episode Archive Anthology's Main Feed Archive Anthology's Bonus Episode Archive Anthology's RSS Feed   Mic Info RØDE Podmic RØDEcaster Pro II (Firmware: 1.0.9 BETA) Processing: High Pass Filter, DeEsser, Compressor, Equalizer, Big Bottom, and Master Compellor enabled Recorded in the Living Room   Episode Homepage: http://www.anthologypod.com/098

Louisiana Anthology Podcast
504. T. R. Johnson, Part 2

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023


 504. Part 2 of our interview with T. R. Johnson. T. R. is the editor of New Orleans: A Literary History, and the author of the new book, New Orleans: A Writer's City. "The neighborhoods of New Orleans have given rise to an extraordinary outpouring of important writing. Over the last century and a half or so, these stories and songs have given the city its singular place in the human imagination. This book leads the reader along five thoroughfares that define these different parts of town – Royal, St. Claude, Esplanade, Basin, and St. Charles – to explore how the writers who have lived around them have responded in closely related ways to the environments they share."   This week in Louisiana history. January 13, 1818 Noah Ludlow opens St. Philip Street Theatre.   This week in New Orleans history. Danny Barker. January 13, 1909. African-America Creole guitar and banjo player, songwriter, composer, singer, author, historian, teacher, storyteller, humorist, actor, painter.  Jazz Hall of Fame member.  Recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts Music Master Award and numerous other honors.  Played on more than 1,000 records of Jazz, Swing, Blues, Bebop, and Traditional. This week in Louisiana. Krewe of Chewbacchus Parade. Saturday, January 28, 2023. https://www.mardigrasneworleans.com/parades/krewe-of-chewbacchus The 900-member Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus is a Sci-Fi themed Mardi Gras parade, as well as a self-described satirical space cult. Chewbacchus consists of over 150 distinct subkrewes, each of which pays loving (and sometimes satirical) homage to the full spectrum of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and everything in between. Chewbacchus is a model of creative collaboration and has grown into a self-sustaining tradition. The parade consists of roughly 100 contraptions which are either pushed, pedaled, or pulled and are built onto bicycles, homemade trailers, and shopping carts. Chewbacchus believes that green parades are the “Future of Revelry” and does not use internal combustion engines to power floats. Postcards from Louisiana. Young Fellas Brass Band.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook. 

Hear us Roar
172: Zoe Disigny - Author of The Art of Traveling Strangers

Hear us Roar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 36:14


Listen here to our interview with Zoe Disigny (The Art of Traveling Strangers, Mascot Publishing, February 2022). Hear her story of initially querying agents with a 20,000 word manuscript, her thoughts on how her own self-perception changed during the writing of her novel, how she went about choosing a hybrid publisher, and how she was able to enrich her book through weaving in knowledge from her previous career as an art historian.   Zoe Disigny holds a master's degree in art history and taught college courses throughout her career. She also worked as an art gallery director, a lecturer for The Norton Simon Museum of Art, and recently as a Road Scholar lecturer. Zoe has led numerous art tours in Europe and, at one point, established a business in Paris offering art history adventures for American tourists. Ms. Disigny's short story ONLY AN ART CLASS was published in The Potato Soup Journal in 2020, and her writing appears in the Pulpwood Queen's WORK IN PROGRESS: a collection of excerpts Anthology, edited by Mandy Haynes and published in 2021. Zoe produces a newsletter called "For Lovers of Art and Travelers at Heart." When not traveling, Zoe and her artist husband divide their time between the mountains and the beach in Southern California. To learn more about Zoe and sign up for her newsletter, click here.

Making It Up As We Go
78: N is for No Curse Too Strange

Making It Up As We Go

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 78:41


Featuring the fic "N is for No Curse Too Strange" by vipjuly AO3 link: https://archiveofourown.org/works/20965091 podfic link: https://archiveofourown.org/works/44210071 Rating: Explicit Tags for this fic include: Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence, Witch Curses, Creature Dean Winchester, Creature Castiel (Supernatural), Side Rowena/Sam, Release the Kraken, Tentacle Sex, Blow Jobs, Frottage, Anal Fingering, The Word "Gooch" Too Many Times, First Time, First Kiss, Getting Together, Fluff, Curse Breaking

The Stinging Fly Podcast
Michael McGee Reads Louise Kennedy

The Stinging Fly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 62:36


On this month's episode of the podcast, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer and editor Michael Magee to read and discuss Louise Kennedy's short story, ‘The End of the World is a Cul de Sac'. The story first appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of the magazine. It went on to become the title story of Louise's first collection of stories, which was published by Bloomsbury in 2021. Trespasses, Louise's first novel, was published by Bloomsbury earlier this year and was awarded novel of the year at the An Post Irish Book Awards. Michael Magee is the fiction editor of The Tangerine and a graduate of the PhD Creative Writing programme at Queen's University, Belfast. His writing has appeared in Winter Papers, The Lifeboat and in The 32: An Anthology of Working Class Writing. Close to Home, his first novel, will be published by Hamish Hamilton in April 2023. Nicole Flattery is a writer and critic. Her story collection Show Them A Good Time, was published by The Stinging Fly and Bloomsbury in 2019. Her first novel, Nothing Special, will be published by Bloomsbury in March 2023. The Stinging Fly Podcast invites writers to choose a story from the Stinging Fly archive to read and discuss. Previous episodes of the podcast can be found here. The podcast's theme music is ‘Sale of Lakes', by Divan. All of the Stinging Fly archive is available to subscribers.

Time Enough Podcast: A Twilight Zone Podcast
Long Distance Call (w/ Lindsey Scharmyn)

Time Enough Podcast: A Twilight Zone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 59:36


The creepiest calls come from those toy telephones.Please dig us on Facebook and Twitter, and support this and our dives into other media like sci-fi flicks and prime Nintendo video games at our Patreon home of Podcastio Podcastius:https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastiusLindsey gets into wild topics like spiritual possessions and far beyond on her Rogue Ways podcast:https://rogueways.org/rogue-ways-2/And Matt makes music.  Hear a few sounds here:https://rovingsagemedia.bandcamp.com/Coming Soon:January 16 - A Hundred Yards Over the RimJanuary 23 - The Rip Van Winkle CaperJanuary 30 - The Silence ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

So I Married A Horror Fan

Anthology month rolls on, as we take a look at V/H/S from 2012. We crossover with another sub genre as we see what a found footage approach to the Anthology sub genre looks like. We talk about how much fun this movie is and also how wildly consistent it is. We discuss what a fertile breeding ground this movie was for some of Horror's breakthrough directors & writers from the last decade. We go through each segment, break them down, discuss them all, then rate & rank them all. Leigh doesn't generally like found footage, so how did she get on with this, and what did she think of how it was used. Simon talks about the sequels and spinoffs, as well as his love for the franchise, as well as his fandom of the directors future works. All of this, plus lots, lots more in this fun filled episode. Press play now and join us for a different kind of video night… Find us on Social Media: Twitter: SIMAHFPOD Instagram: soimarriedahorrorfan Tumblr: soimarriedahorrorfan

Everybody's Got One
Lucas & Miller Anthology (Side 2) 1997

Everybody's Got One

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 50:35


So after dinner the boys dived head long into side 2. Some say it's better than Dark Side of the Moon & sparked rumours of it inspiring McCartney to release “Flaming Pie”. We'll let you decide

Louisiana Anthology Podcast
503. T. R. Johnson. New Orleans writers, part 1.

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023


503. Part 1 of our interview with T. R. Johnson. T. R. is the editor of New Orleans: A Literary History, and the author of the new book, New Orleans: A Writer's City. "The neighborhoods of New Orleans have given rise to an extraordinary outpouring of important writing. Over the last century and a half or so, these stories and songs have given the city its singular place in the human imagination. This book leads the reader along five thoroughfares that define these different parts of town – Royal, St. Claude, Esplanade, Basin, and St. Charles – to explore how the writers who have lived around them have responded in closely related ways to the environments they share." This week in Louisiana history. January 6 1820 Pre Civil-War Gov. Robert Charles Wickliffe 1856-1860, was born in Bardstown, Ky.   This week in New Orleans history. Comus, New Orleans' first Mardi Gras krewe, was so successful with its parade and ball that a group of enthusiastic, Carnival-struck Orleanians decided it was time to increase the enjoyment of the celebration by forming a second Carnival krewe. The name chosen was Twelfth Night Revelers, representing 12 days after Christmas (also known as Little Christmas), January 6, the official starting day of the Carnival season. Just as Comus added new wrinkles to the Mardi Gras festivities, the new krewe had a few innovations of its own to add. On the evening of Jan. 6, 1870, the Twelfth Night Revelers opened the Carnival season with a nine-float parade that was equal in splendor and pageantry to the previous Comus parades. This week in Louisiana. 2023 FAN EXPO New OrleansJanuary 6, 2023 - January 8, 2023Location: Location Ernest N. Morial Convention Center900 Convention Center Boulevard, New Orleans, LA 70130 Neighborhood: Neighborhood Arts/Warehouse/Convention DistrictEvent Host: Event Host FAN EXPO HQAdmission Price: Admission Price $27 and up, kids 5 and under free, plus photo ops/autographs(504) 582-3000 Visit Event Website Postcards from Louisiana. Lift every voice and sing--Carl Leblanc Trio.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.   

Bare Books Podcast
Reviewing Girls Next Door (Lesfic Anthology)

Bare Books Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 23:24


Thank you for joining us! This episode finds us reviewing a lesbian fiction anthology. *Girls Next Door, edited by Sandy Lowe and Stacia Seaman, contains 19 stories told from the heart - sexy, romantic tales of falling for the girl next door.  You can find Bare Books Flash Fiction Anthology Volume ll on Amazon. Sales from this book are what will keep us promoting indie authors for FREE xx Submit your book for a future review to barebookspod1@gmail.com Big thanks to Sydney Strong for the musical interludes. Find her on Instagram @syd_extinction *This book contains sexual content.

Life, Love, and Leadership Podcast. - Real Leadership Company.
#64. Doing It Scared In 2023 with Dr. Mary Segars -

Life, Love, and Leadership Podcast. - Real Leadership Company.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 33:26


Happy New Year! 2023 is here! Have you ever heard that "Fear kills more dreams than failure does?" It's true! In this episode of the

Jazz Anthology
Jazz Anthology di lunedì 02/01/2023

Jazz Anthology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 60:03


Come suggerisce il titolo della trasmissione, presente nel palinsesto di Radio Popolare fin dagli inizi, Jazz Anthology ripercorre la ormai lunga vicenda del jazz proponendone momenti e artisti salienti. Al di là della varietà delle sue forme, per Jazz Anthology questo genere è un fenomeno unitario di innovazione musicale in rapporto con una tradizione di matrice neroamericana. Jazz Anthology vuole quindi valorizzare sia la pluralità degli aspetti del jazz che la continuità della sua storia, dedicando la propria attenzione a tutte le epoche di questa musica, dal New Orleans al bebop, fino alle espressioni più audaci degli ultimi decenni. Il programma si articola soprattutto in serie di trasmissioni a carattere monografico, con l'intenzione – in un contesto mediatico che al jazz dà pochissimo spazio e in modo molto dispersivo – di dare così un contributo alla diffusione di una effettiva cultura del jazz. La sigla di Jazz Anthology è Straight Life (Art Pepper), da Art Pepper meets The Rhythm Section (1957, Contemporary/Original Jazz Classics)

High Ground Media
Mustafar Madness Ep 13 - Anthology Round of 32

High Ground Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 45:11


Noah and Danny continue the Mustafar Madness bracket in the Anthology + Grab Bag region of the bracket. Matchups include Captain Rex vs The Armorer, K2-SO vs IG-11, Embo vs Geode, and Qi'ra vs Boba Fett. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Anthology - The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, and Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
097 - The Dummy (The Twilight Zone S03E33) + Carol for Another Christmas (1964)

Anthology - The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, and Classic Sci-Fi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 96:21


This week, I review episode 33 from The Twilight Zone's third season: The Dummy. I also share my thoughts on the 1964 Rod Serling scripted TV movie, Carol for Another Christmas.   Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer.   Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher   Timestamps   Intro – 00:25   From the World of Fiction and Science - 04:01 The Dummy - 16:45 Carol for Another Christmas - 1:15:42   Outro – 1:32:27   Related Links   Carol for Another Christmas Black Mirror Episodes Ranked - Letterboxd My Top 25 Favorite Sci-Fi Movies - Letterboxd My Work From Home TZ Marathon Twitter Thread Twilight Zone Sandbox Podcast   Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and support the show! My Letterboxd Profile Obsessive Viewer - Our weekly movie and TV discussion and review podcast Obsessive Viewer Presents: Tower Junkies - Our spinoff podcast dedicated to Stephen King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower and related topics.   Where to Find Anthology   Facebook: AnthologyPod - Like Anthology on Facebook Twitter: @OVAnthologyPod - Tweet me your thoughts on the show Anthology's Full Episode Archive Anthology's Main Feed Archive Anthology's Bonus Episode Archive Anthology's RSS Feed   Mic Info ElectroVoice RE20 RØDEcaster Pro II (Firmware: 1.0.9 BETA) Processing: High Pass Filter, DeEsser, Compressor, and Master Compellor enabled Recorded in the Living Room   Episode Homepage: http://www.anthologypod.com/097

Everybody's Got One
Lucas & Miller Anthology (Side1) 1997

Everybody's Got One

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 50:51


Back in 1997 Craig & Stuart thought it would be a good idea to spend the day recording their first ever album. Very much like the Beatles first album, it was recorded in 1 day! Curtains were closed, the tea flowed & what came out is considered by some to be the greatest album in history & kicked off “Coolbritania”

Douglas Jacoby Podcast
IC.07-The Imitation of Christ, 7—Futile Hope

Douglas Jacoby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 14:45


For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.Scriptures:* 2 Cor 4:18* Romans 12:3,16* James 4:6* John 15:4* 1 Cor 4:7* Matt 11:7* Isa 40:6.Practicals:Be willing to take on thankless or dirty tasks.Don't be arrogant because of the education you have been privileged to receive.Older people (especially), let's not take pride in our wealth or possessions or financial security.Nor should we boast in the powerful or important people we know.Nor should we glory in our athleticism or fitness. Longevity and health are not promised.Any particular skills we have are not really our own -- everything we have, we have received.Last, if we are not at peace, perhaps it is because we are lacking in humility.Our next devotional: "How Selfish Love Hinders Us" (Book 3, Chapter 27)For 31 à Kempis quotes, visit the Anthology page and scroll down.

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

502. "In today's show, we're sharing an interview with Dr. Thomas Lecaque, focusing on Christian theocracy in the USA, violence, and what we should learn from the Crusades."A historian who specializes in the nexus of apocalyptic religion and political violence. Thomas has published 34 public essays in the Washington Post, the Bulwark, Religion Dispatches, Salon, History News Network, and others. He has also been interviewed by Australian, Canadian, and American radio networks, along with appearances on 8 podcasts.Now 9. This week in Louisiana history. December 30, 1791. Gov. Carondelet takes control of Louisiana. This week in New Orleans history. Last Sugar Bowl in Tulane Stadium, December 31, 1974. New Orleans-Item sports editor Fred Digby popularized the term "Sugar Bowl" in 1927. The first Sugar Bowl game was played there on January 1, 1935, against the Philadelphia Temple Owls. This week in Louisiana. NEW ORLEANS NEW YEAR'S EVE Website       New Orleans is the perfect place to ring in the new year. Whether you want to grab dinner and turn in for the night early, celebrate at a children's event during the day, or party all night long, we've got something for everyone. Here's how to celebrate New Year's Eve in New Orleans. CELEBRATIONS      For the biggest party in the city, head to Jackson Square – the Quarter is packed with festive partygoers eager to countdown the time until the New Year arrives with the Fleur De Lis drop.     If outdoor celebrations and big crowds are not for you, make a reservation at one of the city's many fine restaurants and celebrate the evening over delectable meals and of course, lots of bubbly. Many restaurants offer special deals or packages for the evening, so make sure you check ahead to ensure the perfect night for you, your loved ones and friends. See here for our list of restaurants open for New Year's Eve. Postcards from Louisiana. Hobo Gaget Junk Band - Frenchman Street.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.   

Into the Night Anthology
Greener Pastures Part 4

Into the Night Anthology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 11:44


Meg has had a hard time since coming to this small town. Does she finally find a way to belong?Disclaimer: Contains Spoilers******Nonconsensual behavioringDrugging of food and drinksHuman SacrificeThanks for listening. Check out our website! www.intothenightpod.com And while you are there make sure you subscribe to our newsletter for the latest and greatest information about your favorite anthology podcast as well as all of the other Creative Typo shows (which you should also check out while you are there) Make sure to follow @creative_typo on Twitter to stay up to date on the happenings of not only Into the Night but all other Creative Typo productions! To support this podcast as well as all of our other shows please join our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/CreativeTypo You can visit us on Twitter @IntotheNightPod Email us at itnanthology@gmail.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/intothenightpod Or join the conversation in our Discord server https://discord.gg/knPFJa8NCZ Narrated and produced by Nari Kwak. Find her on Twitter @NariKwak_VA Email narikwak.voa@gmail.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nari.kwak.904 Buy Nari a cup of coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/NariKwaka Written by Caroline Giammanco Find her on Twitter @giammancobook Music Created by Omenhawk Studios (formerly Flyboy Entertainment) Find him on Twitter @ghostanoid Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/ghostanoid Theme music by Nico RodriguezFind him Twitter @NicoRodDM

Anthologic – The Good The Bad And The Odd
Classic Ghost Stories – Anthologic 139

Anthologic – The Good The Bad And The Odd

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 11:16


Classic Ghost Stories (1986) For the entire set of Anthologic, click here For the RSS Feed for this podcast, use: http://feeds.feedburner.com/anthologic Feedback to: info@thegoodthebadandtheodd.com Or join the facebook group The Good The Bad And The Odd Or chat with Mark who runs the facebook account athttp://www.facebook.com/the-good-the-bad-and-the-odd

Counter Worlds
The Book of Everyone 02: Cursed

Counter Worlds

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 19:56


Welcome to The Book of Everyone an anthology series exploring the untold stories, hidden in the deepest section of our library! The story is called "Cursed" and it is written and voiced by Detonya. Two friends traverse into an abandoned home for a photography class assignment and end up being followed by something from the shadows. Join our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/orderofthelibrary Check out our series and other stories at Abscondermedia.com.   Music Credits: "Classical emotional Piano" Musiclfiles (https://filmmusic.io/) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Somber and Ominous Waltz Piano Solo" Psychotic Reaction (https://freemusicarchive.org/) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Nightmares" Myuu (https://soundcloud.com/) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Morbid Mind" Myuu (https://soundcloud.com/) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Walking into Darkness" Myuu (https://soundcloud.com/) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Lights Out" Myuu (https://soundcloud.com/) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 "The grief Piano and Cello" Musiclfiles (https://filmmusic.io/) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/  

Piano Music Room
it is anthology of one hundred waka poems by one hundred poets

Piano Music Room

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 2:27


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piano ten thousand leaves project
It Is Anthology Of One Hundred Waka Poems By One Hundred Poets - #3300 By Chair House 12272022

piano ten thousand leaves project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 2:27


#3300 Dec. 27, 2022: It is anthology of one fundred waka poems by one hundred poets (this title is from "A guidebook to Japan and its Cuspoms") Today's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this music makes you feel peaceful.. : ) Looking for absolute natural beauty every day for Piano Ten Thousand Leaves. Target number is 4536 and 3300(72.8%) achieved today. Find my project.. : ) This piece may might have good 1/f fluctuation characteristic although I stopped investigating it each piece. ######## NEW 22nd SELECTION ALBUM JUST RELEASED ######## "Midsummer Light" - the 22nd selection album of piano ten thousand leaves Youtube: Full(20 songs, 50 minutes) and Free 4K Video with Super Beautiful Motion Graphics of Artgrid https://youtu.be/NrGOHU8Oq8I spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/0xbAyejkTEictsVmLxwc0v apple music https://music.apple.com/jp/album/1639517632 amazon music https://www.amazon.co.jp/s?k=chair+house+%E7%9C%9F%E5%A4%8F%E3%81%AE%E3%81%B2%E3%81%8B%E3%82%8A+-+%E3%83%94%E3%82%A2%E3%83%8E%E4%B8%87%E8%91%89%E9%9B%86+-+%E7%AC%AC22%E9%81%B8&i=digital-music&ref=nb_sb_noss_2 Line Music https://music.line.me/webapp/album/mb00000000028c4baf AWA https://s.awa.fm/album/d9a568a7ba17bc6aa983 Other Every music streaming services in the world https://linkco.re/HR7gvxuN

Into the Night Anthology
T'was the Night Before Christmas

Into the Night Anthology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 4:19


Please enjoy this classic Christmas poem this year and every yearThanks for listening. Check out our website! www.intothenightpod.comAnd while you are there make sure you subscribe to our newsletter for the latest and greatest information about your favorite anthology podcast as well as all of the other Creative Typo shows (which you should also check out while you are there) Make sure to follow @creative_typo on Twitter to stay up to date on the happenings of not only Into the Night but all other Creative Typo productions! To support this podcast as well as all of our other shows please join our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/CreativeTypo Vacations always come to end and work awaits. Let's check on Freddy as he rests from a long day at work and thinks about his most recent excursion.You can visit us on Twitter @IntotheNightPod Email us at itnanthology@gmail.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/intothenightpod Or join the conversation in our Discord server https://discord.gg/knPFJa8NCZ Narrated and produced by Nari Kwak.Find her on Twitter @NariKwak_VA Email: narikwak.voa@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nari.kwak.904 Buy Nari a cup of coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/NariKwaka Written by Caroline GiammancoFind her on Twitter @giammancobook Music Created by Omenhawk Studios (formerly Flyboy Entertainment)Find them on Twitter @ghostanoid Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/ghostanoid Theme music by Nico RodriguezFind him Twitter @NicoRodDM

Anthology - The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, and Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
096 - The Gift (The Twilight Zone S03E32) + The Other Side of the Moon (Science Fiction Theatre S01E39)

Anthology - The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, and Classic Sci-Fi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 72:59


This week, I review episode 32 from The Twilight Zone's third season: The Gift. I also share my thoughts on episode 39 of Science Fiction Theatre's first season, The Other Side of the Moon in a brief spoiler-free bonus review.   Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer.   Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher   Timestamps   Intro – 00:25   From the World of Fiction and Science - 03:01 The Gift - 08:18 The Other Side of the Moon (Science Fiction Theatre) - 57:01   Outro – 1:09:35   Related Links   Science Fiction Theatre: The Other Side of the Moon Black Mirror Episodes Ranked - Letterboxd My Top 25 Favorite Sci-Fi Movies - Letterboxd My Work From Home TZ Marathon Twitter Thread My Review of Avatar: The Way of Water   Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and support the show! My Letterboxd Profile Obsessive Viewer - Our weekly movie and TV discussion and review podcast Obsessive Viewer Presents: Tower Junkies - Our spinoff podcast dedicated to Stephen King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower and related topics.   Where to Find Anthology   Facebook: AnthologyPod - Like Anthology on Facebook Twitter: @OVAnthologyPod - Tweet me your thoughts on the show Anthology's Full Episode Archive Anthology's Main Feed Archive Anthology's Bonus Episode Archive Anthology's RSS Feed   Mic Info ElectroVoice RE20 RØDEcaster Pro II (Firmware: 1.0.9 BETA) Processing: High Pass Filter, DeEsser, Compressor, and Master Compellor enabled Recorded in the Living Room   Episode Homepage: http://www.anthologypod.com/096