American chef and travel documentarian (1956â€“2018)
The long holiday weekend calls for time to veg out. If you had too many helpings of mashed potatoes on Thanksgiving, well it's time to be a couch potato and tune into some of Good Food's favorite movie segments from past years. Sanjay Rawal directed the film “Gather” and discusses the growing movement of Native Americans working to reconnect with their spiritual and cultural identity. Michael Sarnoski and Vanessa Block are the duo behind “Pig,” starring Nicolas Cage, and they share what it takes to bring authenticity to restaurant and food culture in a script. Director Morgan Neville pays tribute to Anthony Bourdain in his film “Roadrunner,” with moments of joyful remembrances and revelations that things aren't always as they appear. Pixar's “Bao” is an eight-minute film directed by Domee Shi that follows a Chinese Canadian mother who becomes lonely after her son leaves home, and she gets a second chance at motherhood when a steamed bun comes to life in her kitchen. Quentin Tarantino joins Elvis Mitchell in conversation about using food as a metaphor for power in his work. Nathan Park reveals the hidden backstory of economic insecurity and fried chicken in the Academy Award-winning film “Parasite.”
Greetings listeners! Time for another Podcast. In this episode we talk about: 00:00:58: The White Lotus 00:06:40: The Assassination Of Gianni Versace 00:07:48: Bo Burnham: Inside 00:13:19: Antlers 00:23:28: Eternals 00:37:32: Encanto 00:46:20: Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain – Join the Facebook community: facebook.com/moviewallas – Follow us on Twitter: @moviewallas – Follow […]
Joined today by podcaster, travel writer, author and former assistant of Anthony Bourdain, Laurie Woolever. Laurie and I talk about her 2 new books: World Travel: An Irreverent Guide and of course, Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Autobiography. We hear why she chose to write the book in an oral format, all of the interviews she conducted and how she actually put this project together. First, we hear about Laurie growing up, being Mario Batali's assistant and how introduced her to Anthony Bourdain. We chat about Anthony living the lifestyle of a rock star, how he always dreamed of being an author and of course, his book “No Reservations”. We hear about that famous Beirut episode and how that changed his life. We also talk about his addictive personality, whether it be narcotics, Jiu Jitsu, or even love. Laurie talks about all the places she traveled with Bourdain, her favorite time with him at the racetrack and what kind of boss he really was. We talk about the roller coaster ride of his life from the ups of his tv shows and being on CNN to the downs of meeting Asia and his tragic suicide. Laurie and I try to figure out how he is relatable to everyone from all walks of life, her favorite meal after a trip and the coolest person on her phone. The man who has influenced millions to travel and look at the world in a different way left a special legacy, hopefully Laurie's book put it into words. Follow Laurie here and buy her book wherever books are sold. http://lauriewoolever.com/about https://www.instagram.com/lauriewoolever/ https://twitter.com/lauriewoolever
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Laurie Woolever, writer and editor, and for nearly a decade, former lieutenant to the late author, TV host and producer Anthony Bourdain. Laurie has written for the New York Times, Vogue, GQ, Food & Wine, Lucky Peach (RIP), Saveur, Bloomberg, Dissent, Roads & Kingdoms, and others. She's been a private cook, nanny, caterer, writer, busgirl, recipe tester, farm hand, public speaker, video store clerk, and an editor at Art Culinaire and Wine Spectator. Laurie has written several books, including Appetites: A Cookbook (Ecco, October 2016) and World Travel: An Irreverent Guide (Ecco, April 2021) with Anthony Bourdain, which entered The New York Times bestseller list at #1; and Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography (Ecco, September 2021), which debuted at #7 on The New York Times bestseller list. Today's show also includes Shari's PR tip to find healing through our work; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion on gourmet marketplace Goldbelly launching a TV channel; and Solo Dining experience at Pappy and Harriet's Pioneertown Palace in Pioneertown, CA, near Joshua Tree. Photo Courtesy of Helen Cho.Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
Book Industry Month continues with a memory-lane voyage back to a beloved early RtB episode. This conversation with Martin Puchner about the very origins of writing struck us as perfect companion to Mark McGurl's wonderful insights (in RtB 67, published earlier this month) about the publishing industry's in 2021, or as Mark tells it, the era of "adult diaper baby love." Aside from being a fabulous conversation about Martin's wonderful history of book production through the ages (The Written World) this episode brings back happy memories of Elizabeth and John piling their guests into a cozy sound booth at Brandeis, the kind of place that's utterly taboo in Pandemic America.So travel with us back to 2019 for a close encounter with the epic of Gilgamesh. The three friends discuss the different stages of world writing--from the time of the scribes to the time of great teachers like Confucius, Socrates and Jesus Christ, who had a very complicated relationship to writing. In Recallable Books, Martin recommends the fan fiction website Wattpad; Elizabeth recommends "No Reservations: Narnia," in which Anthony Bourdain goes through the wardrobe. John feints at recommending Dennis Tenen's book on the writing within coding before recommending the Brautigan Library. Come for the discussion of writing, stay for the impressions of Gollum! Discussed in this episode: The Written World: The Power of Stories to Shape People, History and Civilization, Martin Puchner Gilgamesh: A New Rendering in English Verse, David Ferry Wattpad "No Reservations: Narnia," Edonohana Plain Text: The Poetics of Computation, David Tenen The Brautigan Library Episode transcript available here: Episode 6 Puchner 3.28.19 Elizabeth Ferry is Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. John Plotz is Barbara Mandel Professor of the Humanities at Brandeis University and co-founder of the Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative. Email: email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
Book Industry Month continues with a memory-lane voyage back to a beloved early RtB episode. This conversation with Martin Puchner about the very origins of writing struck us as perfect companion to Mark McGurl's wonderful insights (in RtB 67, published earlier this month) about the publishing industry's in 2021, or as Mark tells it, the era of "adult diaper baby love." Aside from being a fabulous conversation about Martin's wonderful history of book production through the ages (The Written World) this episode brings back happy memories of Elizabeth and John piling their guests into a cozy sound booth at Brandeis, the kind of place that's utterly taboo in Pandemic America.So travel with us back to 2019 for a close encounter with the epic of Gilgamesh. The three friends discuss the different stages of world writing--from the time of the scribes to the time of great teachers like Confucius, Socrates and Jesus Christ, who had a very complicated relationship to writing. In Recallable Books, Martin recommends the fan fiction website Wattpad; Elizabeth recommends "No Reservations: Narnia," in which Anthony Bourdain goes through the wardrobe. John feints at recommending Dennis Tenen's book on the writing within coding before recommending the Brautigan Library. Come for the discussion of writing, stay for the impressions of Gollum! Discussed in this episode: The Written World: The Power of Stories to Shape People, History and Civilization, Martin Puchner Gilgamesh: A New Rendering in English Verse, David Ferry Wattpad "No Reservations: Narnia," Edonohana Plain Text: The Poetics of Computation, David Tenen The Brautigan Library Episode transcript available here: Episode 6 Puchner 3.28.19 Elizabeth Ferry is Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. John Plotz is Barbara Mandel Professor of the Humanities at Brandeis University and co-founder of the Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative. Email: email@example.com. 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
Book Industry Month continues with a memory-lane voyage back to a beloved early RtB episode. This conversation with Martin Puchner about the very origins of writing struck us as perfect companion to Mark McGurl's wonderful insights (in RtB 67, published earlier this month) about the publishing industry's in 2021, or as Mark tells it, the era of "adult diaper baby love." Aside from being a fabulous conversation about Martin's wonderful history of book production through the ages (The Written World) this episode brings back happy memories of Elizabeth and John piling their guests into a cozy sound booth at Brandeis, the kind of place that's utterly taboo in Pandemic America.So travel with us back to 2019 for a close encounter with the epic of Gilgamesh. The three friends discuss the different stages of world writing--from the time of the scribes to the time of great teachers like Confucius, Socrates and Jesus Christ, who had a very complicated relationship to writing. In Recallable Books, Martin recommends the fan fiction website Wattpad; Elizabeth recommends "No Reservations: Narnia," in which Anthony Bourdain goes through the wardrobe. John feints at recommending Dennis Tenen's book on the writing within coding before recommending the Brautigan Library. Come for the discussion of writing, stay for the impressions of Gollum! Discussed in this episode: The Written World: The Power of Stories to Shape People, History and Civilization, Martin Puchner Gilgamesh: A New Rendering in English Verse, David Ferry Wattpad "No Reservations: Narnia," Edonohana Plain Text: The Poetics of Computation, David Tenen The Brautigan Library Episode transcript available here: Episode 6 Puchner 3.28.19 Elizabeth Ferry is Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. John Plotz is Barbara Mandel Professor of the Humanities at Brandeis University and co-founder of the Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative. Email: email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Cassandra Bodzak has been on my podcast in the past and this time we are discussing her new book, Manifesting Through Meditation: 100 Guided Practices to Harness the Power of Your Thoughts and Create the Life You Want. Her book offers 100 meditations for so many of your desires! From relationships to business and ones to release any blocks you may have to getting the thing you really want in your life. She also talks about when and how to meditate. I've given myself a challenge of meditating every single day. Are you up for the challenge? More about Cassandra Bodzak Cassandra Bodzak is a thought leader, best-selling author and sought after speaker in the mindfulness and personal development world. She has been called “an award winning thought leader and intuitive coach” in Forbes and “a spiritual leader” by Well + Good. Cassandra helps heal women from the fear that's holding them back so they can live their happiest, most confident lives. She is regularly appearing on TV and digital platforms to share her holistic and mindful living tips. Cassandra hosts sold out lectures and group coaching experiences to help women all over the world implement the tools and techniques to transform their lives. You may have seen Cassandra on ABC's The Taste with Anthony Bourdain as the ‘happy, healthy living guru' or in her work with SHAPE, Eating Well, Huffington Post, Teen Vogue, Thrive, Fabletics, Lululemon, SoulCycle and many more. To learn more visit her website cassandrabodzak.com For free bonuses cassandrabodzak.com/manifesting Book: https://amzn.to/3DnQmyB Want to connect with Margaret? Follow and connect with Margaret on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/margaretromero/ Learn more on her Website - https://www.margaretromero.com/ Take a walk with Margaret as she goes deeper into her personal journey when she was first diagnosed with multi-organ involvement lupus nephritis - From Flare to Fabulous -https://amzn.to/3uGsLoM Now is your time to start feeling better & finally living the life you have always wanted!Grab your copy of Margaret's free e-book: https://margaretromero.us16.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=a7ca94b07bda863bfdad3a311&id=edd1c9600b Want to learn the simple steps that have helped so many others transform their lives? Join the 7-day Lupus Challenge - https://margaretromero.com/challenge/ If you've been loving The Sacred Medicine Podcast, please be sure to subscribe and leave a review!
Hope you're ready for 40 minutes of action and 40 minutes of plaintive piano duets, because this week we continue our exploration of the Rebuild of Evangelion series with EVANGELION 3.33: YOU CAN (NOT) REDO! Listen in as we cover all your EVA and Angel needs: Harsh words for both English language and English cuisine! Jon has a Billy D. Williams story! Massive spoilers for Avengers Vs. X-Men! Mark makes the cases for Daft Punk and Anthony Bourdain! PLUS: a sneak peek at the upcoming PATRICK BROMLEY ERA! Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud or pretty much anywhere fine podcasts are purveyed. Leave us a rating and review because frankly it's the nice thing to do! Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/BodyCountCast Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/bodycountsandbeer/ Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Let us know what you liked, what you hated, your favorite spear, your least favorite pear, what movie to watch next or ANYTHING AT ALL!
Grace has a passion for cooking and has a fun Youtube #askchefgrace, link below. Her goal is to travel and live like the legend Anthony Bourdain. And to help get there she is a flight attendant. Man the stories, enjoy! Mentions: Ask Chef Grace - Like, subscribe, and ask a question! https://www.youtube.com/c/ChefGrace%E2%80%99sPlace Live Rishi -Use the code "Table" get 50% off https://liverishi.com/ My website - https://waltskitchentable.com/ Until next time!
The one and only Shea Serrano talks about hip-hop...and other things. Also, writer and editor Laurie Woolever gives us an up-close and personal look at the life and career of Anthony Bourdain. And author Alix Ohlin on her latest short-story collection.
What a Creep: Bobby Flay Season 13, Episode 5 “Creepy Chef” (Food Network's Bobby Flay) Bobby Flay is a celebrity chef who has hosted 16 (!) cooking shows and specials on The Food Network and The Cooking Channel including “Boy Meets Grill” and “Beat Bobby Flay” - a show that Anthony Bourdain once commented on saying, “Beat Bobby Flay sounds promising until you realize it's about cooking." He's also a cheatin' husband and a low-stakes creep - the kind you might encounter in the office and think, “Ugh that guy sucks.” Sources for this episode: The Food Network Variety People Nicki Swift TMZ The Daily Beast Showbiz Cheat Sheet Us Weekly Mashed Bobby Flay's website New York Times Wikipedia Urban Dictionary Anti-Flay Livejournal Be sure to follow us on social media. But don't follow us too closely … don't be a creep about it! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Twitter: https://twitter.com/CreepPod @CreepPod Facebook: Join the private group! Instagram @WhatACreepPodcast Visit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/whatacreep Email: WhatACreepPodcast@gmail.com We've got merch here! https://whatacreeppodcast.threadless.com/# Our website is www.whatacreeppodcast.com Our logo was created by Claudia Gomez-Rodriguez. Follow her on Instagram @ClaudInCloud
We're sifting through and making sense of the week that was, while looking with our eyes and listening with our ears. No Time to Die has finally opened, and Zan has her spoiler-free hot takes on the new James Bond (and what phone he's using). The tragic death of eight people at Travis Scott's ‘Astroworld' festival raises questions about how why it happened, and if the artist holds the ultimate responsibility in keeping punters safe. A seasoned art critic has completely missed the context of a major work, and his ownership of that blind spot is truly a delight. And Joe Biden has executed a long fart in the company of Camilla Parker-Bowles. Why do we know this?! Meanwhile we're getting excited for House of Gucci, and Myf is bingeing L'Opera while Zan is at the movies to watch the Anthony Bourdain doco. Vote for us in the Listeners Choice of the Australian Podcast Awards: https://australianpodcastawards.com/vote Show notes: No Time to Die: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vw2FOYjCz38&ab_channel=JamesBond007 Travis Scott's “Raging” Made Him A Star: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/08/arts/music/travis-scott-astroworld-concerts.html Do Not Fart Near Camilla Parker-Bowles: https://www.thecut.com/2021/11/do-not-fart-near-camilla-parker-bowles.html I Missed the Point of a Major New Artwork: https://www.theage.com.au/culture/art-and-design/i-missed-the-point-of-a-major-new-artwork-but-does-it-matter-20211109-p597bx.html House Of Gucci: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGNnpVKxV6s&ab_channel=MGM Janet Jackson Superbowl Doco: https://consequence.net/2021/11/malfunction-janet-jackson-super-bowl-documentary-hulu/ L'Opera: https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/program/lopera Roadrunner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihEEjwRlghQ&ab_channel=FocusFeatures Email us: email@example.com Bang On is recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the land where we live, work, and learn.
Model and actor Emily Ratajkowski discusses her first book of essays, My Body, which examines feminism, artistry and her complex relationship with her own image. Director and producer Tom Vitale takes us through his new memoir, In the Weeds, about his years working behind the scenes with the late Anthony Bourdain. Choreographer Crystal Pite talks about debuting her dance piece Angels' Atlas with the National Ballet of Canada.
This is a biggie!! All cards on the table, the question sheets have been ripped up. I went up to The Rudloe Arms and spent a day with the man, the myth, the legend, Mr Marco Pierre White, and all I can say is that it was one of the most profound experiences of my life.His generosity and honesty throughout our chat, as well as the day spent together is something I will never forget.He talks about his humble beginnings in Leeds and tragic loss of his mother at such a young age, his life as a chef and the reputation that came with it. And he expresses his love and admiration for the great Anthony Bourdain, also my biggest inspiration in life.Marco is a unique character; he's a romanticist. And the structure of this recording is like none of my other episodes, and that's why it will go down as one of the greatest moments in my career. You're in for a treat. Grab a glass of wine (that's what we did), put your feet up and enjoy the illustrious tones of the man himself.PSA: There is a lot of swearing, a lot of drinking and a lot of smoking.@marcopierrewhit@firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic by @casnova____This season is sponsored by Gorillas, the sexy grocery delivery app revolutionising online shopping. Fresh food delivered to your door in 10 minutes, catering to all your food-loving needs! Sign. Me. Up.Operating in major cities in the UK and globally, Gorillas supports small businesses as well as local producers to bring your favourite brands to your door. And just to get your juices flowing, they are offering all listeners £10 off your first order when you spend £20. Download the Gorillas app and use the code SEXY10 at checkout. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hey Weirdos! It's time for another check-in don't ya think? Last time we had one of our talks it was because I was feeling lost and hopeless after the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. This time I'm coming around because I've had friends from all walks of life coming to me in the last few weeks telling me that they are experiencing such debilitating anxiety (some for the first time in their lives) and they don't know how to deal with it and they need help. I can only assume that if my inner circle is experiencing this... some of you have to be, too. So this is just a simple reminder that you aren't the only one feeling this way and that there IS a light at the end of the tunnel. Just be kind and hang on. We love you.
Today on episode 617 of Let There Be Talk my guest is Tom Vitale, author of "In The Weeds - Around The World and Behind The Scenes with Anthony Bourdain. In the nearly two years since Anthony Bourdain's death, no one else has come close to filling the void he left. His passion for and genuine curiosity about the people and cultures he visited made the world feel smaller and more connected. Despite his affable, confident, and trademark snarky TV persona, the real Tony was intensely private, deeply conflicted about his fame, and an enigma even to those close to him. Tony's devoted crew knew him best, and no one else had a front-row seat for as long as his director and producer, Tom Vitale. Over the course of more than a decade traveling together, Tony became a boss, a friend, a hero and, sometimes, a tormentor.In the Weeds takes readers behind the scenes to reveal not just the insanity that went into filming in some of the most far-flung and volatile parts of the world, but what Tony was like unedited and off-camera. From the outside, the job looked like an all-expenses-paid adventure to places like Borneo, Vietnam, Iran, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Libya. What happened off-camera was far more interesting than what made it to air. The more things went wrong, the better it was for the show. Fortunately, everything fell apart constantly. Tune in and hear these amazing stories and make sure you buy this incredible book. Don't forget to subscribe to my podcast on iTunes Candles Lit my Friends. DDR
Jordani from Atlanta, GA asks about baptism Kentucky Man…; Jordan from Virginia wants advice on guiding his wife. --- Anthony Bourdain white genocide... Lex from Tennessee... Roland from California wants to know if he is praying correctly.
In our Season 4 premiere, we discuss what we've been up to since last season, a reader email, Big People Fashion, AI voice prints, and the recent Anthony Bourdain & Val Kilmer documentaries. Also: Elena does her best Christopher Walken impression, and we tackle the eternal question: is Val Kilmer a good actor? Links: Roadrunner: https://www.amazon.com/Roadrunner-Film-About-Anthony-Bourdain/dp/B09BB55XXX The Vanity Fair article on Bourdain and Argento: https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2021/07/anthony-bourdain-asia-argento-roadrunner Helen Rosner's New Yorker piece: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/annals-of-gastronomy/the-ethics-of-a-deepfake-anthony-bourdain-voice Val: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14731254/
Well, if it isn't the little podcast that could, or some shit like that! Que onda guey and what's up dogs, and much amor to all the homegirls out there! Another Valley Tales episode is finally here like a hot cinnamon bun out of the oven on a cool autumn evening. Episode 006 was originally recorded in June of 2018, and Micah took a detour from the comical stories to examine some of his mental health issues and reflect on the legacy of the late chef, Anthony Bourdain. This episode goes deep into different topics that involve living with stress, depression, and dealing with PTSD. If these are issues that are uncomfortable for you, probably skip this episode. Otherwise, take a deep, relaxing breath, and settle in to get a little more intimate with your tour guide, as he opens up and shares from a side of the valley that is less talked about. Orale. And stay casual. *** And PLEASE DO NOT hesitate to reach out to people, or services, that are out there to help and guide you in times of mental health crises. *** Subscribe, rate 5 stars, and leave a tight review! Help spread the suburban lore! And follow along on the social media's! TWITTER: https://twitter.com/valleytalespod INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/valleytalespod/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/valleytales/
Roadrunner. Anthony Bourdain. Hollister and Wilder were all over this and we were pleased to have Alex Holt on this podcast to discuss the issues around addiction as well as his thoughts on the documentary. Everyone agrees, this is about more than a man. It's about addiction and the issues surrounding it. Thank you to Limitless Ventures for sponsoring this podcast. We are pairing sponsors with the topic surrounding what we are reviewing. Limitless Ventures invests in companies and technologies that make lives better as they travel the road to recovery.
We have a new cast member. Everyone will be introduced to 'Red'. Hard to tell if the carpet matches the drapes...but you do the math on that one.Ironically enough, we do an unexpected shout out to Dave Chappelle (whom we love).In Spokane, Washington's daily weather shoutout, they didn't realize that the entire 6 minute duration of the weather update, there was porn playing in the corner of the screen. RIP to the intern that made that mistake, which doesn't really matter because D's wife now watches porn..or maybe it was the weather. This doesn't top the existing record set by CNN for 30 minutes of porn, when it was supposed to be Anthony Bourdain. After discussing weather porn, Red takes us to story time with discussing innapropriate movies that he accidentally plays on the plane, including Wolf of Wallstreet. In each of the cases, it would be lucky for him to get caught. In California, a ninja (complete with a Katana) was at a California airport throwing rocks, breaking windows...when things went wrong. A military spec ops team was at the air port as well, and let's just say that they took care of him.Fun fact: Direct descendants of hippos owned by Pablo Escobar before his death, have been classified as people. Yes, you read that right...hippos are people. Listen and Subscribe On:Apple PodcastAmazon MusicSpotifyGoogle PlayiHeartRadioPocket CastStitcherCastroCastboxRSS Feed
Laurie Woolever spent the past decade working as Anthony Bourdain's assistant. She's now the author of two books, one the NYT bestselling Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography and the other, co-written with Bourdain before his passing, World Travel: An Irreverent Guide. In today's session, Laurie opens up about her time working with Tony, explains how her voice is present in the biography without giving her own testimonial, and offers up her insight into what happened in his final days. We also zero in on Laurie herself: her journey from Cornell to culinary school to being a private chef to working for Mario Batali -- spending time in the Babbo kitchen -- before landing her job as Anthony Bourdain's lieutenant. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
David Chang wouldn't have opened his first restaurant if he wasn't depressed. Now, with his Momofuku empire that brings joy to foodies everywhere, David still finds himself struggling to find joy. Marc talks with David about their shared demons and what steps they each take to overcome them, in particular creating boundaries, being less angry, and working to correct past mistakes. They also talk about David's new show The Next Thing You Eat, his friendship with Anthony Bourdain, and his life as a new dad. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Film and TV reviewer Chris Schulz joins Kathryn to talk about the third season of Succession (Neon, Sky TV), religious horror mini-series Midnight Mass (Netflix) and a new film on the life of celebrity chef and travel writer Anthony Bourdain, Roadrunner, screening as part of the New Zealand International Film Festival.
Film and TV reviewer Chris Schulz joins Kathryn to talk about the third season of Succession (Neon, Sky TV), religious horror mini-series Midnight Mass (Netflix) and a new film on the life of celebrity chef and travel writer Anthony Bourdain, Roadrunner, screening as part of the New Zealand International Film Festival.
Charlie Trotter was Chicago's culinary bad-boy, paving the way for the celebrity chefs like Anthony Bourdain and Gordon Ramsay. Today I'm talking with Rebecca Halpern, the director of the documentary about chef Charlie Trotter called "Love, Charlie."YouTube Version of this interview: https://youtu.be/A2VXXdfNwgsGet tickets to see "Love, Charlie" at the Chicago International Film Festival: https://www.chicagofilmfestival.com/film/love-charlie/"Love, Charlie" is available to stream Oct 19 @ 12:00pm CDT to Oct 24 @ 11:59pm CDT in the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsinhttps://www.chicagofilmfestival.com/film/love-charlie/Want to help support the show? Buy me a coffee!https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chicagohistoryLove the podcast? Leave us a review!https://lovethepodcast.com/chicagohistorypodNeed music for YOUR projects? Audiio has got you covered. Try a free trial here:https://audiio.com/pricing?oid=1&affid=481Amazon Affiliate Links (anything you buy - not just this stuff - through these links helps benefit the show at no cost to you):Charlie Trotter Books:Lessons in Excellence From Charlie Trotter by Paul Clarke and Charlie Trotterhttps://amzn.to/3lKP9uRHome Cooking With Charlie Trotter by Charlie Trotter and Kipling Swehlahttps://amzn.to/3vejyoGCharlie Trotter's Desserts by Charlie Trotterhttps://amzn.to/3vfUFsECharlie Trotter's: A Pictoral Guide To The Famed Restaurant and Its Cuisine by Ed Lawlerhttps://amzn.to/3lKQcehJoin Kindle Unlimited here: https://amzn.to/2WsP1GHCHICAGO MOVIES discussed on the podcast!In Old Chicagohttps://amzn.to/3amaiFkBackdrafthttps://amzn.to/3y33plMAbout Last Night (1986)https://amzn.to/2W8v4EUCall Northside 777https://amzn.to/3ggBPeSMany Chicago-related movies and documentaries can been found here:https://amzn.to/38F6hehEnjoy Outdoor Movies? Here's the gear I use:Epson 880 1080p Projector:https://amzn.to/2YBOiUs120" Projector Screenhttps://amzn.to/3ozAuTfLooking to get out and explore Chicago? Here are a few ideas:Chicago Movie Tourschicagomovietours.comChicago Detours: Tours For Curious Peoplehttps://chicagodetours.com/Chicago History Podcast Clothing, Mugs, Totes, & More (your purchase helps support the podcast):https://www.teepublic.com/user/chicago-history-podcastChicago History Podcast (email@example.com):https://www.chicagohistorypod.com
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Manifesting through Meditation with Cassandra Bodzak We all have something we truly desire. It might be sharing a message to the world, or creating something to be admired by generations to come. In your journey towards your goals, you've probably stumbled upon the term ‘manifestation'. While it does work, it requires a lot more work than people realize. Without the right manifestation methods , whatever you're doing is most likely a lost cause. In this episode, Cassandra Bodzak joins us to discuss her book Manifestation through Meditation. She explains why meditation is a key component of manifesting. Most importantly, she details the four steps you need to go through to manifest your dreams into reality. Cassandra also shares inspiring stories of how she did the work to attract the things she wanted. If you want to learn the right manifestation methods, then tune in to this episode! Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: Discover the difference between human desires and our souls' desires. Learn the four steps of manifestation through meditation. Find out how Cassandra published a book through manifesting. Resources Manifesting through Meditation by Cassandra Bodzak Get book bonuses: a free guided meditation, extended versions of the book, and a free bonus workshop on utilizing it. Connect with Cassandra: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Website Create a daily meditation ritual in just seven days! Download BUILD YOUR DAILY MEDITATION RITUAL and other freebies on the Radically Loved website! FREE Action Guide! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Sign up at com, and I'll send it right away! This Episode brought to you by Cerebral www.getcerebral.com/loved Get 65% OFF your first month! Aurate www.AurateNewYork.com/loved For 20% off your first Aurate purchase! Use promo code: loved Episode Highlights Cassandra's Book-Writing Process The whole writing process was fast for her, as she felt that it channeled through her. She started writing in March of 2021. She is an embodiment of the results of manifestation, as she manifested the book on her birthday this year. Manifesting Her Grandmother's Gift Cassandra's grandmother, who she considers her best friend and go-to person, passed away recently. On her first birthday without her grandmother, Cassandra expressed that she expected a gift undeniably from her. She joined a meditation retreat wherein she was able to plug into source and divine energy. She took it as a gift from her grandmother. On that same day, she got an email from a publisher. She has been trying to pitch the book in different ways, but it just wasn't ever right. Cassandra believes that her grandmother pulled some strings for her to make that happen. Because of that, she was able to finish the book in a week and a half. Manifesting through Meditation From working with clients, Cassandra noticed how most people are skipping meditation when attempting manifestation methods. Due to the manifestation catchphrase culture, many believe that manifestation methods without spiritual work are enough. In her book, she provided a four-step process to guide readers to grow in meditation when manifesting. She details 100 different meditations to guide you in this process. Listen to the full episode to hear more! The First Step: Remembering Yourself People tend to skip this step, not realizing that without it, the process won't work. The primary purpose of meditation is for you to remember who you are. When you do, you remember that you are a divine creator, have infinite potential, and limitless possibilities for your life. This step is crucial because we manifest from the infinite within us, not from our human personality. Tune in to the full episode to hear how Cassandra practices this step! The Second Step: Connecting to Your Soul Once you remember who you are, you connect to your soul's desires. These are different from your human desires, which are usually swayed by peer pressure. Our desires are like divine seeds planted in our souls that we are meant to grow. You can find your soul's desires through meditation, where you bare yourself of external pressures and go into your heart and essence. We also have to be careful of getting attached to how we want a desire to happen. The Third Step: Reflection This step involves looking at your wounds and limiting beliefs. You have to sit down with yourself and why you have yet to have what you manifest. A lot of people hate this step because it makes them evaluate and reassess their life and decisions. Cassandra's book has a whole process on how to help you do fear inventory, work through them, and heal. When you start shifting your mindset, you get to see the other side of everything, where more things are available to you. The limiting beliefs we put on ourselves keep us from manifesting more abundance. The Last Step: Quantum Embodiment Quantum embodiment is the step wherein you believe that the thing you're manifesting has already happened. To get to this level, you should not be restrained by your own beliefs. You don't have to wait for it to happen. Act like you already got it, and you will attract it even faster. In this step, you have to ask yourself: How would the next-level version of me do life? Cassandra's Personal Experience of Quantum Embodiment One of the biggest things that Cassandra manifested was being in a cooking show on ABC. She used to post amateur videos of herself cooking on YouTube because she enjoyed it. That is how a producer of the show found her. She also manifested her books. She was already talking about it to her friends even if the writing had not started yet. Cassandra only started writing the book when she got the deal. But, it didn't matter because she was energetically sending the message that she was willing to show up. Whenever she wants something to happen, she acts as if it happened already. That's what she did when she set up a home studio, which paved the way for her acting career. Rosie's Manifestation Before, Rosie wanted to do public speaking. However, she didn't really enjoy being on camera. She enrolled herself in a monologue acting class where she read a poetry book in front of everyone. She was terrified, which speaks to how manifesting takes hard work and not just feeling your fantasy. The class helped her feel more confident and empowered in all areas of her personal and professional life. Looking back, Rosie thinks that class was what she needed to create the podcast. Everything Happens for a Reason Cassandra suggests that we should be open and intuitive about other people's suggestions. We think that our journey to our desire is linear. Sometimes we have to trust that the dots are going to connect. Our desires may be guiding us to another thing which we have yet to conceive. How Cassandra Feels Radically Loved She feels radically loved through meditation, which allows her to have a dialogue with her ‘divine support squad'. She ends up seeing and feeling their support as she moves through every day. 5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode [07:29] “I believe that manifestation is something that you have to not only cultivate in a spiritual sense, but also, it's something that you think. It's something that you say. It's something that you do.” [08:55] “There's this illusion that you can snap your fingers, manifest stuff without actually doing the spiritual work that requires.” [11:56] “When you remember who we are, then we remember that we're divine creators; we remember that we have infinite potential, that we have limitless possibilities for our life.” [12:18] “We don't manifest from our human personality, right? We manifest from the infinite within us.” [32:15] “It could be the journey that having that desire brings us on actually leads us to something that we couldn't even conceive at that moment because it wasn't even available in our consciousness yet.” About Cassandra Cassandra Bodzak is a thought leader and global meditation and wellness teacher. She devotes her life to helping wonder women make peace with their bodies, quiet their minds, and reconnect with their souls. That's why she founded an online community about mind-soul-body support. She is the author of the bestselling book, Eat with Intention: Recipes and Meditations for a Life that Lights You Up. Her latest book guides individuals through manifestation methods involving meditation. Cassandra is also known as the happy, healthy living guru on ABC's The Taste with Anthony Bourdain. If you want to connect with Cassandra, you can visit her website, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. Or join her online mind-body-soul support community Aprecity. You can also subscribe to her YouTube channel for new episodes of her mindful cooking show! Enjoy the Podcast? If you felt radically loved from listening to this podcast, subscribe and share it with the people you love! Love to give us 5 stars? If you do, we'd love a review from you. Help us reach more people and make them feel loved. Do you want to help people learn manifestation methods? A simple way is to share what you've learned today on social media. Don't forget to send us messages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Thanks for listening!
On this episode I chat with Laurie Woolever. Laurie Woolever is a writer and editor, and New York Times bestselling author who spent nearly a decade assisting Anthony Bourdain, with whom she coauthored Appetites: A Cookbook and New York Times #1 bestseller World Travel: An Irreverent Guide. She has written about food and travel for the New York Times, GQ, Food & Wine, Lucky Peach, Saveur, Dissent, Roads & Kingdoms, and others, and has worked as an editor at Art Culinaire and Wine Spectator. Her most recent book New York Times bestseller Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography, was published by Ecco in September 2021. In the episode we talk about how she first met Anthony Bourdain and what it was like to write with him. We also talk about imposter syndrome, traveling the world, the work behind her books with Bourdain, the biography and much more. Link to Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography: https://www.amazon.com/Bourdain-Definitive-Biography-Laurie-Woolever/dp/006290910X/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?crid=2N8I5FBXDPK2S&dchild=1&keywords=bourdain+the+definitive+oral+biography+by+laurie+woolever&qid=1633987987&s=books&sprefix=bourdain%2Caps%2C172&sr=1-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUExS000VTVUOEpTWk5DJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMTU2ODgzMTNKUE5RS0IxWUJYJmVuY3J5cHRlZEFkSWQ9QTAyMjA3OTgxQ1g3OU5BQjBITEVEJndpZGdldE5hbWU9c3BfYXRmJmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ== Check out the Blog at linecookthoughts.com Link to Donate to the WCK Fundraiser: https://donate.wck.org/fundraiser/3395142 Photo Credit to David Scott Holloway --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/raymond-delucci/message
Cory and Bobby are back to talk film on this episode including reviews for #TheVoyeurs, #Roadrunner, #TheCardCounter. Transformers the Movie 35th Anniversary 1:00 Netflix Tudum 5:40 Trailers 11:50 Reviews 22:54 Youtube Version: https://youtu.be/ohLyd2oEIt4 From The Canopy http://www.twitter.com/FromCanopy FromTheCanopyPod@gmail.com Cory http://www.twitter.com/monkeyblood http://www.instagram.com/monkeyblood Cornelius http://www.twitter.com/Cornelius1976 http://www.Instagram.com/Cornelius1976 Bobby http://www.instagram.com/BobbyBlockbuster118 Merch: http://www.teepublic.com/user/monkeyblood
Laurie Woolever is a writer and editor, and for nearly a decade worked as the assistant to the late author, TV host and producer Anthony Bourdain. On the podcast, she talks to Lara and Liv about tending to garden peas from the age of four, finishing co-writing a book with Bourdain after he passed away, and finding comfort at a local bakery during the pandemic.
James Beard nominated chef and restaurateur Hari Cameron, a great friend to U.S.-grown rice, joins the podcast to talk about restaurants, how he got into cooking, what he considers when he's developing a recipe, what the USA Rice Foodservice Farm & Mill Tour meant to him and other chefs, food trends, and a new exciting project he's working on. He also shares his thoughts on how foodservice is portrayed in movies and on TV, and the kitchen appliances nobody should be without. Hosted by: Michael Klein and Lesley Dixon
Whhhhaats up ya'll and welcome to episode 266 of The Chumpcast! It's a final goodbye to Daniel Craig in James Bond: No Time to Die. Also, don't forget that our LIVE show is happening at Wizard World Chicago this Friday, October 15th at 8 pm on the main stage. See you there! You can find us on all social media platforms @thechumpcast. You can also call or text us at 847-920-6107. TIMESTAMPS! 0:10 - Mark can't function without Insta, is also bad at fantasy football, and Smithers might be smelly kid 5:30 - Brick has joined the cult of lawn-supervising homeowners who watch the sprinkler and sip coffee 6:50 - Someone at Wizard World doesn't know who we are, because they're putting us on the big stage next Friday night 13:30 - Mark is going to Lambeau field, securing his new fandom of the Green Bay Packers because the Bears are leaving Chicago 17:20 - TRAILERS! A look and Peacemaker and his sidekick Eagley, House of the Dragon is better have some goddamned dragons, and this new Resident Evil flick looks absolutely brutal (in the bad way) RECOMMENDATIONS! our resident Battlefield gamer stan, being a sucker for The Muppets and Steve Martin, and Anthony Bourdain's stories rule 35:30 - DRAFT! Let's see who can pull the most questionable spy gadgets out of their butts (ft creepy Remy) 56:00 - BEST MAN ALIVE! Would you believe that we had a consensus Best Ninja Alive? It definitely wasn't because no one else did any research…. 1:02:15 - REVIEW! Daniel Craig's final ride as James Bond in No Time to Die 1:20:30 - SPOILERS for No Time to Die! You've been warned 1:28:50 - Next time, on The Chumpcast…. If you're looking for merch, you can check out our website, thechumpcast.com You can also support us by using our Amazon Affiliate link, thechumpcast.com/amazon.If you like us, tell a friend! Subscribers help us grow and bring you more of the content you love. We also appreciate ratings and reviews on iTunes. Thanks to Broke For Free for the intro song "If". You can find more of them at the Free Music Archive here.
Going viral. North Korea. Anthony Bourdain. Beijing Olympics. Long-form magazine journalism. Narrative non-fiction. Stage plays. Executive editor at Maxim. Mitch Moxley has done a lot of stuff. As a magazine editor and freelance writer, previously in China and now in New York City, Mitch tells us about his careers highs and disappointments, as well as the brutal realities of being a freelancer. Countries featured: Canada, China, North Korea, USA Publications featured: GQ, China Daily, Truly Adventurous, The Atlantic, Maxim, Penta Here are links to some of the things we talked about: Penta magazine - https://bit.ly/3mmK7nl Mitch's story on Agent Orange survivors - https://bit.ly/3mnhsyA His Rent a White Guy story for The Atlantic - https://bit.ly/39YlbwO His book Apologies to My Censors - https://amzn.to/3B64BqR His story Rat Hunters of New York - https://bit.ly/3uxVHjr His story about Anthony Bourdain for Maxim - https://bit.ly/3oqfLD9 His play inspired by Bourdain - https://bit.ly/2WBA3hJ His story on the North Korean film festival for GQ - https://bit.ly/2Yawxvc Jennifer Senior's piece on a family grieving a 9/11 victim - https://bit.ly/39YDVMT His story about kidnapping survival schools - https://bit.ly/2YdVmGh The movie The Paper on IMDb - https://imdb.to/3FdJ55J Follow us on Twitter @foreignpod or on Facebook at facebook.com/foreignpod Music: LoveChances (makaihbeats.net) by Makaih Beats From: freemusicarchive.org CC BY NC
Episode 154 of the official Sidewalk podcast, starring: Rachel & Corey's Top 200 Films: Numbers 8 - 5 Film History Minute With Charlie Brown: A Trip to the Moon (1902) Hosted by your own personal cinematic Anthony Bourdain and Paula Deen! Sponsored by Revelator Coffee Music by Splash '96
Writer and editor Laurie Woolever chats with Trey Elling about BOURDAIN: THE DEFINITIVE ORAL BIOGRAPHY. Laurie spent nearly a decade working as Anthony Bourdain's assistant and co-author, before his suicide in 2018. BOURDAIN is a result of conversations with a multitude of important people in Tony's life as a child, aimless college student, lover, cook, addict, writer, tv personality, father, celebrity, and more.
In this episode of Tequila Talk: Did you know Richard and Daisy were neighbors before they knew each other? Then things get a bit heavy… Richard's son witnessed a crime and got captured a video of it, it disturbed Richard and Daisy but brought up a new conversation on the topic of privilege. Also, Richard and Daisy watched the new Anthony Bourdain documentary. The Doc changed Richard's feelings toward suicide and brings him to reflect on his own Mother's struggles at the end of her life. From Straw Hut Media
Chris and Andy have an in-depth discussion about ‘The Many Saints of Newark' (1:11) and where the prequel movie succeeded and failed in continuing the legacy of ‘The Sopranos' (19:32). Then Andy is joined by Tom Vitale, Anthony Bourdain's longtime friend and producer, to talk about the complicated life of the chef and TV star (45:16). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Tom Vitale Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rock Star/mass shooting thwarter Darin Wall joins us, Chris Webber's weed, Bill Cosby defends R. Kelly, Trump's mushroom tip, Anderson Cooper's Virtue Signal of the Week, and tales about Drew's baseball teammates.The basement has been on FIRE all day following ML Soul of Detroit.Detroit news: The Detroit City Council is still corrupt. Vote for ML to fix it. Chris Webber is in the marijuana game & receiving government funds. Eminem's Mom's Spaghetti is popping up on Woodward.Ford is investing in the future... just not in Detroit or even Michigan.SNL's cast did not change as much despite rumors of the contrary. They surprisingly were the highest rated entertainment show for adults 18-49 last year. Remember Rob Lowe in The Arsenio Beckman Show?BranDon sounds like this guy today.Drew hates Machine Gun Kelly. Nobody blames him.Bill Cosby has R. Kelly's back.Virtue Signal of the Week: Anderson Cooper will not leave any money to his kid.Jennifer Aniston is "ready to find love again".30% COVID Rule: Are you vaccinated? Just wondering, geez. Kyrie Irving may only play road games this year. Damian Lillard gets it. LeBron James did the research and is vaccinated.Ted Cruz joins Matt Gaetz in support of Britney Spears.Drew and Jim DeRogatis are furious that it took so long for R. Kelly to be stopped.Anthony Bourdain was addicted to tanning.Michael Jackson is not Peter Pan.Eric in the Morning happily rolls on despite a few allegations.Virginia Tech Baseball Stories: The Legend of Duke Dickerson! Some people are saying he has been called out for some major whoppers... and not the one his undies advertised. Get your own Paul Levy collector card today. Ray Perkins does not masturbate.The Weeknd needs to stop hanging out with Angelina Jolie. Stop it.Joe Biden forgot that his generals told him not to leave Afghanistan.Stuart Scheller has been put in the brig for popping off on social media.Donald Trump's former press secretary has a new book and the only thing people are interested in are Trump's mushroom weiner and his colonoscopy.The sex assault charges against Don Lemon are going to court.Madonna is sadder than Jennifer Lopez. Ben and Jennifer are going to do another movie together. Unfortunately, it won't be Gigli 2.Darin Wall of Greyhawk joins the show to tell his heroic story and how Dave Grohl has hooked him up with the epic concert throne.Marc is rubbing elbows with the elite of Berkley, MI in attempt to be the Grand Marshall of Berkley Cruisefest '22. We need to name a street after Marshall Crenshaw and Curtis Armstrong before Big Jim does it.Jack White looks weird now.Dirty Laundrie: Dog the Bounty Hunter thinks he'll catch Brian Laundrie before the FBI. Incels are making Brian's bald head their hero. Other folks are inserting themselves into the story. The Laundrie family is being harassed at home via bullhorn.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Laurie Woolever is the author of Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography, a fantastic book about the life of Anthony Bourdain. She also worked with him on World Travel: An Irreverent Guide. In today's episode Laurie shares how she first met Bourdain, and how he hired her to help with recipe editing and testing for his […] The post The Successful Mind Podcast – Episode 410 – Movers & Shakers – Laurie Woolever appeared first on Successful Mind Podcast.
Thoughts on the passing of Comedy Giant Norm Macdonald. Also, talking about Anthony Bourdain and the documentary on him, Metallica with Miley Cyrus, Howard Stern's interviewing style, what I saw in the mirror that disgusted me, what did Dawgie do now, the time we all saw J Lo walk by the studio and much more! Help keep the podcast and the livestreams FREE! Buy some merch at www.opieradio.com Join the Private Facebook Group by clicking "support now" on my https://www.facebook.com/opieradiofans See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Can art and happiness coexist? Is great art only forged through pain? And is suffering integral to creativity?These are just a few of the many questions explored in today's colorful excavation of David Choe's fascinating soul.I suspect many of you are already well familiar with this human and his art. Perhaps you watched his VICE special, Thumbs Up. You've seen him alongside the late Anthony Bourdain in Parts Unknown or the recent documentary Roadrunner. He's also appeared on Howard Stern, Joe Rogan, and David Chang's podcast.But for those unfamiliar, David is an extraordinarily unique and talented street artist, fine artist, performance artist, and muralist. He's also a musician, journalist, writer, producer, fellow podcast host, a self-proclaimed liar, thief, altruistic narcissist, vagabond, and recovering sex and gambling addict. In other words, he's a highly flawed human—just like the rest of us.Most of the conversations that swirl around David tend to revolve around his wealth (he took stock instead of cash for murals he painted on the walls of Facebook that would later enrich him to the tune of $200M) and the countless wild yarns he spins about his many well-documented adventures, escapades, and public scandals.Today we travel beyond the David of yore to meet a very different man. An artist and human who has grappled with his demons and emerged more complete. Grounded. And grateful.What interests me most about David has nothing to do with his wealth, fame or copious talent. Instead it's his honesty—a rare and raw vulnerability that is both sweet and endearing. A reflection of his devotion to self-growth, the David of today is refreshingly open about his journey and failures. The result is a deeply empathetic, sensitive, caring, and thoughtful man in search of personal truth and connection—all of which is writ large and beautifully captured in his latest utterly unique creation, The Choe Show on FX.Today's conversation centers on mental health, childhood trauma, and the many perils of addiction. It's about identity, sobriety, creativity, and more broadly, the journey to self-acceptance and self-love.David is one of the few brave individuals who can shine a flashlight on the darkest places of his soul—a rare authenticity that somehow gives everyone else the green light to do the same.To read more click here. You can also watch listen to our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.Note: If this is your first rendezvous with David, this is not one for the kiddo's ears. Explicits are dropped. You have been forewarned.I adore this conversation. 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