People of the country of Argentina or who identify as culturally Argentine
Today we're diving into the special country of Argentina. Spanning from the tropics all the way down to Antarctica - this magical landscape has something for everyone. Here you can hike some of the tallest mountains in the world, learn and dance tango with locals, cheer on the Argentinian soccer team, and sip some of the finest wines in our hemisphere. My guest today is the very accomplished Maita Barrenechea, Argentinian entrepreneur and philanthropist, and my partner in the county. We talk about everything from fly fishing and glaciers, to cowboy culture and steak. Learn more at www.luxtravelinsider.com Connect with me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn
Camila Alvarez, wine sommelier, and consultant explore southern wines with Robert Tas on the wine list at Buenos Aires, a traditional Argentinian restaurant, and butcher shop, with a great for classic southern American fare. The wine list offers Argentinian, Chilean, Spanish, and French wine and Camila navigates her way through the pages to identify the best bottles on the list. Wines reviewed include: Yacochuya Malbec, Bodegas Michel Rolland, Argentina, 2011 Torrontes, Colomé winery, 2018 Gran Enemigo Cabernet Franc, 2014 For more information on today's episode, and the wines you love to love, visit www.corkrules.com.
In this podcast, Argentinian revivalist Pastor Claudio Freidzon challenges us to be like Abraham who grabbed ahold of God's promise without wavering. As you run your race, let God strengthen you, equip you, and guide you to fulfill your mission on the earth! The breakthrough is coming, don't give up! Watch this episode and let the FUEGO de Dios ignite you afresh!
Pablo Parés is an Argentinian filmmaker who's worked on over 15 movies as director or producer. His films include I am Toxic, Plaga Zombie, and Damonium: Soldier of the Underworld. His latest feature Pussycake is a rollicking good time. It's been called Josie and the Pussycats meets Evil Dead, and it delivers on that promise. The movie mixes equal parts Peter Jackson zombie insanity with creature effects and tons of blood, guts, and vomit along the way. The movie is very stimulating visually and punches way above its weight as a low-budget feature. You can stream Pussycake right now on Screambox. Pablo was a lot of fun to talk to. We got into his director origin story, the background on how he got Pussycake off the ground, and the infrastructure of filmmakers he's built that allows him to consistently make the movies he wants to make without any studio interference. Without further ado, here is the mind behind Pussycake, Pablo Parés. Here are some key takeaways from this conversation with Pablo. Think infrastructure. Pablo has a group of people who he's been making movies with for years. Most of them do a ton of different jobs, but they have similar tastes and the same mission, so every time they're ready to make a movie, they can lock and load and get it made because they not only have a shorthand working relationship with each other but they have an infrastructure. Also, every time they sell one movie, they use those funds to make the next movie. This is a self-sustaining, self-feeding ecosystem that ultimately allows Pablo and his team to do what they want. It took him a long time to create, but it's never too late to start nourishing your own filmmaking collective and your own infrastructure. Regardless, it's important to build relationships with people who want to make the same kind of crazy shit that you do. Lean into limitations. On Pablo‘s previous movie, I am Toxic, he couldn't afford contact lenses for his zombie eyes, so he created a type of zombies that were so dry they didn't have eyes. This gave them a very cool aesthetic comparable to Lucio Fulci's Zombie - this is the approach he took throughout the movie, which allowed him to make a post-apocalyptic wasteland on an extremely low budget. This is an example of a filmmaker working with his budget as opposed to against it. When you work with your budget, your movie feels a lot more cohesive, intentional, and you can get away with so much more to serve your production value. Make everything intentional. Pablo said that he notices a lot of monotony in newer horror movies that look the same and have the same tone, which is absolutely true. He went on to say that lot of filmmakers don't even think about distinguishing the look and feel of their films which is causing these movies to become homogenized and all feel very similar. As a director, every choice you make in a movie should have an intention behind it, nothing should be happenstance. Don't get too precious, and don't be a dictator, but realize that your job as a director is to direct, every single last detail. Jordan Peele does an exquisite job of this, as did Stanley Kubrick. Clearly, these are huge directors, but if you look at Pablo's work on Pussycake, he was able to do so much on a low budget, and his movie, his characters, and their costumes all had an iconic feel to them because he labored over each detail and made them his own. Thank you for listening! Don't forget to subscribe. ----- Produced by Simpler Media
This week I'm in London talking with Argentinian artist Mali Mowcka. I've heard of bi-coastal artists but Mowcka splits her time Between London and Barcelona, what a dream! We're talking about her path into street art and where she sees it leading her in the future.
Bats or Birds? Jonny and Aileen head to Argentina again to chat about Sangre de Vírgenes. In 19th century Argentina, the mysterious Gustavo spoils Ofelia's wedding night by turning her into his vampire bride. Fast forward to the Swinging 60s, where a tourist group stumbles upon the vampires' old lodge. Jonny and Aileen also discuss director Emilio Vieyra, actor Walter Kliche, and the Argentinian ski town, Barlioche. Remember to subscribe, rate and review!Follow our redes sociales:Twitter: @Uy_Que_HorrorInsta: @uyquehorrorFind all our películas here!
This week Sam and Santi look back on both Copa Libertadores semi-finals, one of which was rather more dramatic and closely fought than the other, and preview Sunday's superclásico at the Bombonera. We also discuss a tightening title race, as Atlético Tucumán have picked up just one point from two games since we last recorded, allowing Gimnasia to go dead level with them at the top of the table.
In this first-ever live episode of Wow if True, our hosts go on vacation to an island haunted by the ghosts of 40 Boy Scouts (?). After remaining mostly offline for a week, we receive updates from the news of the real world -- walrus hitmen, Argentinian presidential candidate crypto schemes, goth tractor girls having a yeehaw summer -- with two dozen of our closest friends. If you've never listened to the pod before, maybe don't start with this one. Find Us Online Twitter: https://twitter.com/wowiftruepod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wowiftrue Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wowiftrue Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wowiftrue Website: https://wowiftrue.com/ Email: email@example.com About Us Wow If True was created by Isabel J. Kim and Amanda Silberling. Our music is by Sam Rizer and our cover art is by Eric Silver. This episode was edited by David Newtown. Also, thanks to all of our island buddies.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Andrew Oporto, and they chat about being half Argentinian and half Irish, private versus public school, leaving the corporate world, bartending in England, serving at a Korean restaurant, crazy inflation, and things you didn't know about Argentinians. connect with Abbas / Andrew The Immigrant Section is a weekly show where guests join Abbas Wahab, Sudanese-Canadian Standup Comedian, to talk about funny cultural similarities/differences, current events, and sometimes more. It's raw and unfiltered, for your listening pleasure. Enjoy! Support The Show & Get Every Episode
News items read by Laura Kennedy include: Lost branch of the Nile may solve the puzzle of how stones were brought to the Pyramids (details) Archaeologists ask UNESCO to protect the Hagia Sophia after years of damage (details) New dig in Zanzibar's Stone Town finds evidence of early Swahili occupation (details) Tree-ring studies may show an Argentinian shipwreck is long-lost whaler from Rhode Island (details)
Fede Villegas is from Mendoza, Argentina. Racing Bmx was a family affair, his uncle used to race along with his brothers. He says he was super competitive when he started. His parents had to remind him to have fun at Bmx. Fede says looking back he was more of a power rider who till this day still focuses on his skill. He says racing in Argentina is much different than racing here in the U.S. Villegas says Argentina doesn't have as many tracks as we do here in the states. Plus, most folks race nationals and there isn't much local or state races in his home country. Thanks the Argentinian national team he got a chance to do some international races. His first major sponsor happened when he was a junior. He was sponsored by a DK distributor. Then as an elite he began riding for Crupi. During his time with Crupi he was able to design a frame for the company. He's now riding for Rift, Tangent Products, Rock Star Energy, Fly racing, and Restorative cbd. In 2021 Villegas decided to move to the U.S. full time. Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Healthy Lifestyle Solutions with Maya AcostaAre you ready to upgrade your health to a new level and do so by learning from experts...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
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Do you love big, bold red wines, and are looking for new wines to try to expand your horizons? Then this episode is for you! There is no doubt that Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are popular wines, but there are other great red wines out there - like Malbec - that will satisfy your craving and maybe be a little easier on the old pocketbook! Malbec from Argentina is an up and coming wine that is getting really easy to find, and so it is one you should know about! And did you know that about 75% of all Malbec wine grapes are grown in Argentina?!? Well, now you do! Find out even more fun facts in this episode, including why the high altitude at which grapes from the Mendoza region of Argentina are grown makes such an impact on the taste of the wine. Wines reviewed in this episode: 2020 Alamos Malbec, 2020 Chalkboard Malbec, 2019 Catena Malbec.
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-- On the Show: -- Donald Trump's lawyers will soon need lawyers as they continue to incriminate themselves, appear to be lying regularly, and place themselves at the scene of the possible crime -- Defenders of Trump are back to "the FBI planted evidence" -- Donald Trump's Truth Social has now been banned from the Google Play Store in what appears to be the final days of the platform -- Caller talks Argentinian politics -- Caller asks if Trump supporters care about the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago -- Caller wonders if Biden can beat Trump again -- Caller asks what will happen if Republicans win the House of Representatives -- Caller is a progressive Christian -- Caller is a soldier in Denmark -- Caller asks about Americans' view of progressive policies -- David responds to viewer emails and social media messages -- On the Bonus Show: Biden's democracy speech, Trump mad DeSantis copying his style, legalizing cannabis increases its use, and much more.. ⚠️ Use code PAKMAN for a free supply of BlueChew at https://go.bluechew.com/david-pakman
Staring down the barrel of seven losses in nine games, the All Blacks face a mighty task to topple an in-form Argentinian side in Hamilton on Saturday. An ill-disciplined New Zealand squad was beaten in front of a disappointed Canterbury crowd last Saturday. But time and time again this season, coach and captain have urged supporters to continue backing them. So will the fans in Hamilton oblige? Our reporter Nick Truebridge and cameraman Nick Monro are in Kirikiriroa.
This week, we're looking at the political and economic issues concerning a controversial chant used by Mexican football fans. During the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the Mexican Soccer Federation was fined $10,000 after fans of the national team used the term ‘¡puto!' to address opposition players in their opening game. The term is widely considered to have homophobic connotations, but a recent study by today's guests - Marie Sarita Gaytán and Matthew Basso - argues that ‘puto' has layered meanings, which are evident in its employment by Mexican football fans. Sarita and Matthew argue that a more nuanced analysis is required when discussing this controversial chant. While they recognise that ‘The macho remains a recognizable trope of Mexican manhood', representing virility and domination over women and homosexuals, the ‘hegemonic image and stereotypical associations… do not necessarily align with men's sense of identity', especially Mexican working-class men who are negotiating ‘their sense of masculinity via a range of life experiences'. How is machismo evolving? Are soccer's governing bodies sitting on their hands when it comes to addressing hate speech? To what extent has Argentinian football culture influenced Mexican soccer culture? ...all this and more in our latest episode *** If you enjoy the podcast, please follow us on social media at twitter.com/footballsocpod and leave us a five star review - it helps others discover the show!
Colombian Policy Under the New Government. The host for this show is Nicolás Süssmann Herrán. The guest is Álvaro Salgado. In the last couple of weeks, the new Colombian government has been remarkably active in its foreign policy and international scenarios, and its actions have led to controversy. The country was absent from the OAS plenary on condemning human rights abuses in Nicaragua. The president signed a letter of support to the Argentinian vice-president, currently subject to judicial investigation and for whom a prosecutor requested 12 years in prison; and days later, it called for a negotiated agreement to the conflict in Ukraine in what seemed to equate both parties instead of condemning the Russian aggression. Finally, diplomatic relationships with Venezuela were re-established. In this show, Álvaro Salgado discusses with host Nicolás Sussmann if this is the expectation from what promised to be a new left, or more of the same where the left in Latin America turns a blind eye to the abuses of its allies to establish a solid block. The ThinkTech YouTube Playlist for this show is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQpkwcNJny6lsTyzeEZr1LZYC_uizXK5R Please visit our ThinkTech website at https://thinktechhawaii.com and see our Think Tech Advisories at https://thinktechadvisories.blogspot.com.
In the final part of my pentalogy (it's a thing, I looked it up), with Andrew DuBroy, we tackle the Spanish language, British and Argentinian history, an epic Iron Maiden album-closer, but mostly, our own sobriety. This is, of course, the final track on Virtual XI - Como Estais Amigos. Let us know what you think, on Twitter @feckinmetalcast
THAT METAL INTERVIEW presents Nanu Villalba of NERVOSA (recorded August 2022). The Argentinian drummer Nanu Villalba chats about her recent experiences on the road with her new music parnters in NERVOSA. She talks about her beginnings in the music business and also reveals what's on her personal playlist.Donate to the channel to help create new content! https://www.paypal.me/thatmetalinterv...That Metal Interview Podcast is FREE and ON DEMAND, stream now on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Anchor, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Amazon Music, TuneIn, Deezer, Bandcamp.Listen to The #ThatMetalInterviewPodcast: https://lnk.to/uj7sH3k4Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/InterviewThatFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatmetalinterview/Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThatMetalInterviewSubscribe on YouTube: http://youtube.com/JrocksMetalZoneSupport the show
Your weekly movement news-roundup comes to you with a fresh episode with hosts Vijay Prashad, Prasanth R, and Zoe Alexandra bringing you the latest developments. Stories this episode:
Featuring guest Nick Kouhi (https://twitter.com/kouhi_nick)! The debut of Argentinian filmmaker Lucrecia Martel is hot – but in an uncomfortable, sweaty, drenched kind of way. The matriarch of a rural summer home is bedridden after a drunken poolside injury; her cousin brings her family to tend house; her children play with guns in the woods and fish with machetes; there might be a monster lurking next door; it's humid and it almost never seems to rain. Underneath the comings and goings of this middle-class morass, Martel's portrait of life in post-dictatorship Argentina is laced with a certain sense of dread – the feeling that even the ones who want to get out of the swamp are destined to twist in the mud. Find Nick at the following links: “Las Fantasmas de Lucrecia Martel” by Nick Kouhi for Perisphere, the Trylon blog: https://www.perisphere.org/2022/08/25/las-fantasmas-de-lucrecia-martel/ https://twitter.com/kouhi_nick https://whatifcinema.org/essays https://facebook.com/nick.kouhi https://instagram.com/nickkouhi/ THE RARE PERFECTION OF LUCRECIA MARTEL (Aug 26-28 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/the-rare-perfection-of-lucrecia-martel/ CRACKING OPEN THE DISNEY VAULT (Sept at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/cracking-open-the-disney-vault/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at email@example.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 188: LA CIÉNAGA (2001) with Nick Kouhi 3:49 - Nick's background with Lucrecia Martel 7:13 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary (under exclusive license from AG Enterprises) 12:50 - The understated malice uncovered by Martel's revealing style 16:33 - The feeling that nobody can get out of the swamp 21:41 - Motion, emotion, bodies, and Bresson 24:53 - The frustration of a time bomb that just keeps ticking 36:22 - “History repeats itself” and Martel's intersectional view 44:24 - Ghost stories, Argentinian history, and what's outside the frame 57:41 - The Junk Drawer 1:00:32 - Cody's Noteys: Swamplove (Swamp Thing Trivia)
This week, Sam, English Dan and Andrés look back at last weekend's matches – which included a 4–0 win with two golazos included for league leaders Atlético Tucumán – and ask how much sense it really makes for the AFA to (reportedly) be considering remodelling Mar Del Plata's Estadio José María Minella to use as a home ground for the national team.
Ojai author Ron Phillips starts his new book with a macabre true incident; Argentinian dictator Juan Peron's gravesite was disinterred and his hands were severed and stolen by unknown burglars in 1987, 13 years after his death. Why? It remains a mystery. Phillips joins the podcast to talk about "The Hands of Juan Peron" and the journey to getting his suspense-filled novel out into the world. It was during a visit to Buenos Aires that the idea was hatched, and it took decades to get it told. It is Phillip's second novel, his first, "Donnyboy," about German POWs in South Dakota, was released in 2011. Phillips' distinguished pedigree includes winning every major advertising award, including Gold and Silver Lions at Cannes, having helmed international advertising agencies, N.W. Ayer and Campbell-Ewald for clients such as AT&T and United Airlines. He has also written for print media in Reader's Digest, TV Guide and the Detroit Free Press, and directing a feature film and several award-winning children's films. He is also involved in many local causes, including the Ojai Music Festival and Ojai Film Society. He attributes his success in commercials to storytelling, and he applies that talent to this story, which posits a terrifying, yet plausible, story about an investigative reporter with a dark legacy and a tenacious thirst for the truth that takes him into page-turning drama and astonishing twists and turns. We also talk about growing up in small towns, fathers and sons, travel and men's fashion. We did not talk about Baz Luhrman's "Elvis," the Hulu series, "The Bear," or the Chinese treasure fleet.
Pinnacle's podcast dedicated to all things South American soccer returns for an eighth episode. South American soccer insights, hosted by Argentinian soccer expert Peter Coates, features fellow specialists Tom Robinson and Simon Edwards each month as they delve into all the betting action across the whole continent, picking out their best value bets for listeners. Talking points from the episode delve into where the value lies in both the Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana semi-finals. Plus picking out some of the South American players who you've heard of and some that you may haven't yet ahead of the 2022/23 Champions League, (18+) Bet on South American soccer here: bit.ly/3PlqMAk Follow the team on: Peter Coates: twitter.com/Pedro_Coates Tom Robinson: twitter.com/tomrobbo89 Simon Edwards - @SimonEdwardsSAF Twitter - twitter.com/Pinnacle Instagram - Pinnacle.betting Facebook - www.facebook.com/PinnacleSports/ Soundcloud - @pinnacle-podcast Download the Pinnacle Live Scores app: www.pinnaclescores.com/ Gamble responsibly: bit.ly/3izDVaA Read Simon Edwards' article on 'How to bet on South American soccer' here: [Part 1] bit.ly/3o2q8LI [Part 2] bit.ly/3mU2O3x
Book Vs. Movie: ElectionThe 1998 Novel Vs. the 1999 FilmThe Margos have had the Tom Perrotta novel Election on their list to cover since the podcast began in 2008, but for some reason--it was not made available until this summer. Who could forget Reese Witherspoon's performance as Tracy Flick? Matthew Broderick's last line in the Alexander Payne movie? The story is about an ambitious woman who will win her high school presidential campaign no matter what made Witherspoon a star. Her character became an avatar for people who tried too hard and were overbearing. Tracy believes she will easily win the election, not counting one of her teachers (Mr. M.) has it in for her; one of her fellow students is doing it as a goof (nice, but not very bright Paul Warren) while his sister (Tammy) is doing it in retaliation against Paul's girlfriend Lisa (who used to date Tammy.) The teacher who has sex with Tracy (while his wife is pregnant!) loses his job, which makes Mr. M. angry, and he feels he needs to rob her of an election win. Now that there is a new Perrotta novel, a sequel called Tracy Flick Can't Win, is it time to have a new look at not only her character but also the plot in the first place? Who were the villains here? Why does Mr. M. hate her so much? The Margos have so much to unpack here!This episode is sponsored by Kensington Books and the novel Twice a Quinceaňera by Yamile Saied Méndez.“This book will set your dreams on fire” –praise for Yamile Saied Mendez by Reese Witherspoon for Furia by Yamile Saied Méndez.Instead of losing the deposit on her wedding venue, a jilted bride decides to throw herself a quinceañera (times two) for her 30th birthday in this effervescent rom-com from Yamile Saied Méndez, the acclaimed author of the Reese Witherspoon YA Book Club Pick FURIA. For fans of Never Been Kissed, 13 Going on 30, and The Wedding Singer…con azucar y amor. One month short of her wedding day—and her thirtieth birthday—Nadia Palacio finds herself standing up to her infuriating, cheating fiancé for the first time in…well, ever. But that same courage doesn't translate to breaking the news to her Argentinian family. She's hyperventilating before facing them when she glimpses a magazine piece about a Latina woman celebrating herself—with a second quinceañera, a.k.a. Sweet 15! Yamile (pronounced sha-MEE-lay) Saied Méndez is an Argentinian-American Pura Belpré gold medal-winning author of picture books, middle grade, young adult, and adult fiction. An inaugural Walter Dean Myers Grant recipient, she's a graduate of the Vermont College of Fine Arts and Voices of Our Nations (VONA). Her young adult novel, Fusia, was a Reese Witherspoon X Hello Sunshine YA Pick and she's a founding member of Las Musas, a collective of women and nonbinary Latinx creators. Born and raised in Rosario, Argentina—to a family with roots from all over the world—she now lives in Utah with her Puerto Rican husband, five multicultural kids, two bilingual dogs, and one majestic cat. Visit her online at YamileSMendez.com. You can find her social media @YamilleSMendez In this ep the Margos discuss:The popularity of the movie and early Tracy Flick “memes.”The incredible cast of the movieThe controversy around Andrew PayneThe cast: Matthew Broderick (Jim McAllister,) Reese Witherspoon (Tracy Flick,) Chris Klein (Paul Metzler,) Jessica Campbell (Tammy Metzler,) Phil Reeves (Principal Walt Hendricks,) Molly Hagan (Diane McAllister,) Colleen Camp (Judith Flick,) Nicholas D'Agosoto,) Jeanine Jackson (Jo Metzler) Holmes Osbourne (Dick Metzler,) Mark Herelik,) Delaney Driscoll (Linda Novotny,) Matt Malloy (Vice Principal Ron Ball,) Frankie Ingrassia as Lisa Flanagan,) and Pegi Georgeson as Ballot Lady. Clips used:Mr. M accuses Tracy of vandalizingElection 1999 trailerTracy confronts PaulTammy gives her speechMr. M sees Tracy in DCMusic by Rolfe KentBook Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com email@example.comMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine
This week Sam, English Dan and Santi look back on not one but two weeks of Liga Profesional action, with Atlético Tucumán still leading the way, Gimnasia giving chase and River Plate looking like they'd sparked into life before falling back to Earth again against Arsenal. There's also a look at the possible structure of the top flight during 2023, which is set to be discussed in an AFA board meeting on Friday morning.
** You can now download this bad boy**The anguish is never ending on Deathrattle Podcast and it continues tonight on Metalzone Radio. The label spotlight this week shines on RidingEasy Records with tracks from two entirely different bands from their awesome stable, Hell Fire and Early Moods. I have a song from my doom album of the month for June, 'Cinis' by Consecration. Tonights carnage ends with my random pick of the week, Argentinian stoner doom from cruachan (Not to be mistaken with the Irish black metal band with a similar name)Piling on the agony this week is~Hell FireEreb AltorEarly MoodsSeventh StormSubsunStratuzSülfür EnsembleCruel BombLeviathanDeoccultedConsecrationJahbulongCrua - ChanListen here tonight and all next weekSunday - Metalzone Radio - 9pm UKhttps://www.metalzone.gr/radioTuesday - Downtuned Magazine & Radio - 6pmRipper Radio - 8pm@http://www.ripperradio.comTUESDAY/THURSDAY
We are delighted to be speaking with Johann Zietsmann today! Johann is the President and CEO of the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami. He joins us to share his unique and fantastic journey and talk about servant leadership, the philosophy of Ubuntu, and the arts. We even sing a little bit! We hope you enjoy listening to today's captivating conversation with Johann Zietsmann! Bio: Johann Zietsman: Born in the 1950s in South Africa, Johann Zietsman grew up under the Apartheid regime and first got involved in the arts as a brass player in his high school band. That led to his lifelong passion for the transformative value and role of the arts in a community. After serving in the military, he graduated as an architect, and Johann and his wife, Tharrie, moved to Ithaca, New York, where he completed a Master's degree in music. After returning to South Africa in 1982, Johann started a 20-year career in various executive arts management positions, including a music school, two orchestras, an opera, and music theatre company, a community arts center, a large multi-theatre performing arts company, and a commercial communications company. During this time, he was actively involved in the political transformation of his homeland through pioneering work in the arts, resulting in recognition from Mr. Nelson Mandela's government. As a volunteer, he launched and directed two community youth initiatives, which currently serve about 4000 at-risk children (annually) in townships. Johann and his family moved to the United States when he was recruited in 2002 by the International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA), based in New York City. Since June 2007 he served as Executive Director of the Mesa Arts Center, and Director of Arts and Culture for the city of Mesa, Arizona. In December 2009, Johann accepted the position of President and CEO of Arts Commons in Calgary, Canada. He took up the role of President & CEO of the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami in December 2018. Johann's journey Johann was born in South Africa during the apartheid. As with many other white South Africans, he grew up with the idea things were normal. In time, however, he realized how terrible and wrong apartheid was and tried to do something about it. The military At eighteen, he got conscripted into the military to keep the “terrorists” (black people organizing resistance against apartheid) out of South Africa. He spent many years with other white South African soldiers in guerrilla warfare on the northern border between Namibia and Angola. He was also studying architecture and playing the French horn in a local symphony orchestra for pocket money at the same time. A difficult journey It was a difficult journey for people like Johann, who questioned apartheid and worked against it. A music degree After graduating as an architect, Johann married and went to Ithaca, New York, where he did a Master's degree in music. Returning to South Africa Johan and his wife returned to South Africa to be part of the struggle for democracy, and Johann spent the next twenty years working in arts management. Emigrating In 2002, Johann got recruited to a job in New York, so he and his family emigrated. He has lived and worked in various places in the US since then and has been in Miami for the last three-and-a-half years. Arts are universal Arts are universal because all humans have similar dreams, desires, and aspirations. We all laugh when we're happy, cry when we're unhappy, and dance when we hear music. The universality of the arts ultimately brought Johann to the profession he decided to pursue. A lesson learned from the arts One night, while at a shabeen (a bar/nightclub in a South African “township”) with some friends, Johann was fortunate enough to see the famous South African actor, John Kani, and another actor performing a play called The Island. It was written by South African playwright Athol Fugard and is about two Robben Island prisoners discussing what they want to do after their release. Johann did not know who John Kani was back then, but he loved the experience! A decision for life Watching The Island was the first time Johann fully understood that black and white people were the same emotionally. The understanding conveyed to him via the arts prompted him to become involved with the arts for the rest of his life. Nelson Mandela Johann met Nelson Mandela three times. He was a true leader, and Johann found him even more wonderful than everyone said he was! Teaching black kids Johann taught black kids over weekends while running the music school in Cape Town, even though he was not supposed to do so. He also visited Robben Island several times to do music demonstrations for the prison guards' children when Nelson Mandela was imprisoned there. The Adrienne Arsht Center The Adrienne Arsht Center was started 20 to 25 years ago by members of the Mami community. The famous Argentinian architect, Cesar Pelli, designed the building and shaped it to look like two big mountains. The concert hall and the ballet house are both world-class venues. There are also smaller performance venues and other venues for education. The center is now in its 16th operating season. It typically does about 430 shows each year and attracts about 400,000 people. Miami Miami keeps on changing. To Johann, it appears to be a city that always wants tomorrow to be better than today. He finds the energy intoxicating! Covid Covid hit the Adrienne Arsht Center very hard. It was one of the first types of business to close down and one of the last to re-open. When it happened, Johann said the center lost its voice. The Community Throughout Covid, Johann and his team wanted to improve the lives of everyone in their community in any way they could. They launched many different online programs. They also launched Arsht On the Road, a pop-up show that appeared in hotels, hospitals, and shopping centers. Local artists Johann and his team did whatever they could to engage local artists and help them make some money because the gig scene had dried up. Online monetization Johann believes that there are more opportunities for online monetization in brand new work that has never been seen before and work that people are unlikely to see live. Ubuntu Ubuntu is an ancient African philosophy very close to Johann's heart. The philosophy embodies our inter-dependency as humans and is lived authentically in the African community. It means that if you are unhappy, I cannot be happy. Or if I have food, you will not go hungry. (Directly translated, it means that a person is a person through other people.) Great South African leaders like Nelson Mandela and the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu were advocates for Ubuntu. Connect with Eric On LinkedIn On Facebook On Instagram On Website Connect with Johann Zietsman The Adrienne Arsht Center Johann Zietsmann on LinkedIn
The 1967 Intercontinental Cup saw Scottish club Celtic and Argentinian side Racing Club face off across three brutal matches. In one match, the Celtic goalkeeper was knocked unconscious by a bottle thrown from the crowd before the game; despite this, the game still went ahead with a very nervous backup keeper. Reuters described another match as "a bar-room brawl with soccer skills abandoned for swinging fists, flying boots and blatant body checking". The series would result in the ‘Curse of El Cilindro', when opposition fans buried the bodies of seven black cats at Racing's home ground, Estadio Juan Domingo Perón. Decades of bad luck followed, leading to even the Catholic Church getting involved in an attempt to end it. Titus O'Reily and Mick Molloy look back at the ‘Battle of Montevideo', one of the most hostile sporting encounters of all time. Follow Sports Bizarre on: Instagram Facebook Twitter TikTok YouTube
This week Sam, English Dan, Andrés and Tony are visited by listener Tommy to discuss a week of action that's seen Atlético Tucumán remain top of the table with an unlikely chasing pack, and Vélez Sarsfield emerge as the only Argentine (and indeed non-Brazilian) semifinalists in this year's Copa Libertadores, after they beat Talleres pretty comfortably over two legs and Estudiantes got hit by the mother of all sucker punches from Athletico Paranaense.
Season 6 of the Drinks Adventures podcast featured a documentary episode on https://drinksadventures.com.au/2020/08/09/mcwilliams-wines-concludes-143-years-of-family-ownership-s6e4/ (The Rise and Fall of McWilliam's Wines). There are some loose ends for us to tie up, as the 143-year-old company's anticipated sale to Prcstnt Asset Management https://drinksadventures.com.au/2020/12/10/mcwilliams-wines-sale-falls-over/ (ultimately fell over). In this episode, you'll meet the winery's new owner, Calabria Family Wines, which was established in the Riverina in 1945 by Italian immigrants Francesco and Elisabeth Calabria, and is today led by second generation family member, Bill Calabria AM. Bill is still on the winemaking team today, and he joins us this episode along with his sons Andrew Calabria, the company's sales and marketing manager, and Michael Calabria, general manager. The year 2022 was pivotal for Calabria, as the company acquired the McWilliam's Wines brand and Hanwood Winery along with Deakin Estate and La La Land Wines, cementing it among the largest family-owned wine groups in Australia. Vintners & Co. Merchants is the new distribution arm of the company representing Calabria Family Wines' international distribution partnerships and https://drinksadventures.com.au/2022/08/01/fontanafredda-barolo-partners-with-calabrias-vintners-co-merchants/ (includes the Italian brands Fontanafredda), Canti and Librandi, prestigious Portugal port house Dow's, Argentinian winery Dona Paula, and renowned French champagne producer Champagne Deutz. “We have rapidly expanded from a single producer-owned and operated wine company to a wine group housing some of Australia's best-loved wine brands and a selection of diverse international wine distribution partnerships," Andrew Calabria said in a statement. The new brands and products will be serviced by the Calabria Family Wine Group sales team, which has added seven new members, mainly from McWilliam's Wines. Calabria also appointed sixth generation family member, Scott McWilliam, as global brand ambassador for the McWilliam's brand. And first up this episode, I asked Scott what had happened since that supposed 2020 sale of McWilliam's, which seemed like a done deal.
Al and Lisa Brayton of Thirty-Seven Wines join Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger on California Wine Country. Their winery is located in the Petaluma Gap, the new AVA in southern Sonoma County that is characterized by its windy conditions. When they chose their winery's name, they wanted to give it a sense of place and since they were located on Highway 37, they chose that number. They also chose a logo, an ancient symbol called the Flower of Life, which is composed of many circles placed close together. Later, they discovered that there are thirty-seven circles in the design. They took this coincidence as a sign that they had chosen the right name. We usually begin tasting with a wine from Dan Berger's extensive personal cellar. Instead of that, Dan has brought a winning wine from a competition where he was a judge earlier today, the Mendocino County Wine Competition. This is the 47th consecutive year of that competition. This wine was served in the sweepstakes round. It is the Navarro 2021 Premiere Reserve Chardonnay. This later was announced as a Double Gold Medal winner, the top wine in its category. It's very good but definitely also very young. All About Albariño Lisa tells about their 2019 Albariño, which they have brought in. Albariño is a Spanish and Portuguese variety that Dan Berger describes as semi-aromatic. Dan describes how it starts out young with floral flavors then changes slightly with a few years of bottle aging, picking up fruit flavors. Steve had a Thirty-Seven Malbec last night and enjoyed it. They didn't bring one but they did bring a Blau Frankisch for later. But Dan says their Malbec is more delicate than other Malbecs especially the Argentinian. The credit goes to their winemaker, Shane Finley, who has been there since 2013. They grow Albariño for their own production but there is very little demand for it in California and hardly anybody grows it. Next they open their 2019 Riesling, Dan's favorite. It starts sweet but the aftertaste is dry. The vineyard is challenging, it's on a southern facing slope and they lost about half of it to a slide. It takes a lot of work in the vineyard. The Wind of Petaluma Gap Al and Dan both talk about the wind in Petaluma Gap and how it influences the grapes and wines of this new AVA. They have average wind speeds of 8 miles-per-hour, to qualify for the AVA. It cuts your yield, makes berry size smaller and makes thicker skins, but those factors increase flavors and character in the wine. Dan goes into detail here, in the 15th minute.
Argentinian economics blogger and 2022's Chief Neoliberal Shill, Maia Mindel joins the show to discuss Argentina's economy. We talk about Argentina's history, why Argentina continually struggles with high inflation, defaults, and other economic disasters, and what policies could help bring them out of it. We also talk about Econ Twitter and whether or not social media conversations that take place there matter for the real world. Follow: https://twitter.com/MaiaMindel Blog: https://someunpleasant.substack.com/ To make sure you hear every episode, join our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neoliberalproject. Patrons get access to exclusive bonus episodes, our sticker-of-the-month club, and our insider Slack. Become a supporter today! Got questions for the Neoliberal Podcast? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us at: https://twitter.com/ne0liberal https://www.instagram.com/neoliberalproject/ https://www.twitch.tv/neoliberalproject Join a local chapter at https://neoliberalproject.org/join
Why do school and mass shootings only seem to happen in the U.S.? What can we do to make our schools, and country, a safer place for our children? In the wake of the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, Axel offers insights from the perspective of someone outside the U.S., and our intense partisan divide. Thanks for listening, and be sure to follow the Hands Full Podcast on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hands.full.pod/
Reynoso & Soltero discuss notable results across Europe, South America & North America - featuring an analysis of the state of the Bundesliga, a recap of Premier League opening day results, a look into significant transfer moves happening across the globe and an update on Copa Libertadores. BUY OUR MERCH: https://www.thegivengo.com/merch (00:00) Merch Announcement (01:14) What footballers have made music? (04:18) Congratulating Bayern Munich on their 11th Consecutive Title (08:51) Why Soltero is DONE with the Bundesliga (19:00) Reynoso's connection to Athletico Paranaense (22:11) Brazilian teams are looking DANGEROUS in Copa Libertadores (23:05) Argentinians are born with INSANE flair (24:40) What are the strengths of Mexican footballers? (25:45) Why Brazilians are an export to the rest of the world (27:37) Luis Suarez returns home to Nacional (33:00) Atlético Tucumán are leading the Argentine Primera Division (36:50) Riqui Puig's transfer to LA Galaxy (40:30) The Dark Side of Football Contracts (42:40) Chicharito throws Mexican flag on the ground (47:18) Valentín Castellanos transfer to Girona (50:02) Jorge Sanchez to Ajax & Santi Gimenez to Feyenoord (54:45) Diego Lainez to Braga (58:33) Messi's Bicycle Kick REACTION (01:00:40) Thoughts on PSG under Galtier? (01:06:08) The Premier League is BACK! (01:07:17) Leeds vs. Wolves Match Review (01:09:27) Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace Match Review (01:13:34) Premier League Stadiums are Majestic (01:14:54) Liverpool vs. Fulham Match Review (01:19:37) Tottenham vs. Southampton Match Review (01:21:02) Chelsea vs. Everton Match Review (01:24:20) Thoughts on Cucurella's Transfer Fee (01:27:37) The Issues with Chelsea
Book Vs. Movie: Barefoot in the ParkThe 1963 Neil Simon Play Vs. the 1967 Robert Redford & Jane Fonda FilmThe Margos love a good love story with beautiful people and funny writing. Barefoot in the Park by playwright Neil Simon is a story about two young lovebirds who live in New York City as newlyweds and are trying to find their way in the 1960s. It was Simon's longest Broadway hit and had several adaptations over the years. Corie (played by Jane Fonda in the movie) is a “free spirit” married to Paul (Robert Redford, who originated the role on Broadway) and plays a handsome square/lawyer who wonders if life with Corie ultimately makes sense. Her mother (Mildred Natwick) meets their “upstairs” neighbor Victor and helps Paul see that maybe he can learn to loosen up.So between the two, which did we like more? The play or the movie? This episode is sponsored by Kensington Books and the novel Twice a Quinceaňera by Yamile Saied Méndez.“This book will set your dreams on fire” –praise for Yamile Saied Mendez by Reese Witherspoon for Furia by Yamile Saied Méndez.Instead of losing the deposit on her wedding venue, a jilted bride decides to throw herself a quinceañera (times two) for her 30th birthday in this effervescent rom-com from Yamile Saied Méndez, the acclaimed author of the Reese Witherspoon YA Book Club Pick FURIA. For fans of Never Been Kissed, 13 Going on 30, and The Wedding Singer…con azucar y amor. One month short of her wedding day—and her thirtieth birthday—Nadia Palacio finds herself standing up to her infuriating, cheating fiancé for the first time in…well, ever. But that same courage doesn't translate to breaking the news to her Argentinian family. She's hyperventilating before facing them when she glimpses a magazine piece about a Latina woman celebrating herself—with a second quinceañera, a.k.a. Sweet 15! Yamile (pronounced sha-MEE-lay) Saied Méndez is an Argentinian-American Pura Belpré gold medal-winning author of picture books, middle grade, young adult, and adult fiction. An inaugural Walter Dean Myers Grant recipient, she graduated from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and Voices of Our Nations (VONA). Her young adult novel, Fusia, was a Reese Witherspoon X Hello Sunshine YA Pick, and she's a founding member of Las Musas, a collective of women and nonbinary Latinx creators. Born and raised in Rosario, Argentina—to a family with roots from all over the world—she now lives in Utah with her Puerto Rican husband, five multicultural kids, two bilingual dogs, and one majestic cat. Visit her online at YamileSMendez.com. You can find her social media @YamilleSMendez In this ep the Margos discuss:The extraordinary life of Neil SimosThe hotness of Jane Fonda & Robert RedfordThe 1960s rent in NYC versus todayThe cast: Robert Redford (Paul Bratter,) Jane Fonda (Corie Bratter,) Charles Boyer (Victor Velasco,) Midred Natwick (Ethel Banks,) Mabel Albertson (Harriet,) Fritz Feld (Restaurant proprietor,) James F. Stone (delivery man, ) and Ted Hartley as Frank. Clips used:Opening clip at the hotelBarefoot in the Park trailerDelivery men at the apartment1981 HBO production of Barefoot in the Park with Babara Barrie, Bess Armstrong, Richard Thomas, & Hans ConreidCorie gets advice from her motherMusic by Neal HeftiBook Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at email@example.com Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com firstname.lastname@example.orgMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine
This week, Sam and Dan look back on a weekend which saw Atlético Tucumán remain four points clear at the top of the league, a six-goal thriller in Avellaneda and both River and Boca lose. In the Copa Libertadores, the first leg of Vélez Sarsfield v Talleres was an absolute humdinger, and our listeners' questions include one about the chances of Ricardo Caruso Lombardi catching monkeypox.
I'm Lawrence Francis, Host of Interpreting Wine the place to learn from thought leaders in the world of wine and marketing, welcoming you to the MW Student Series series. Across these 4 episodes exploring the personal and professional experiences of four current MW students, with the aim to shine a light on the varied roles each has within the wine industry. In each episode we'll also be tasting a selection of wines that have a special significance to each of them. We close out the series in the company of Wine Marketing Strategist Florencia Gomez London-based Florencia hails from Argentina, has over 12 years of experience at all stages of the wine supply chain, and is currently a stage 2 MW candidate. She holds a winemaking degree has made wine in Argentina, the US, France, and Croatia. Subsequently working as an Export Manager at Argenina's Grupo Peñaflor, Since 2019 Florencia has been a consultant, using her experience to rethink wine communications from a holistic perspective. Working as a brand ambassador, content creator and communication strategist. We taste three Argentinian wines, a Chardonnay from Buenos Aires, a criolla and a cabernet franc both Salta in the North. Florencia knowing each of the wineries intimately from her time at Grupo Peñaflor. 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:00 Origin Story 00:00:00 Argentinian wine culture 00:00:00 Flor's consultancy 00:00:00 Argentinian Wine overview 00:00:00 Costa Y Pampa Chardonnay 00:00:00 Valle Esteco Criolla 00:00:00 Cabernet Franc 00:00:00 Future Wine Trends 00:00:00 Master of Wine Programme 00:00:00 If you know someone who would enjoy this episode please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/474 If you really enjoyed it please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks!
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It's only been a week since our last episode, but this week felt particular packed, with plenty of stuff to discuss both on and off the pitch in the league and Tigre being shocked in the Copa Argentina by Deportivo Madryn, as well as a Copa América Femenina update. Sam, English Dan and Andrés talk you through it all.
Bryan Kearney 4 Hour Argentinian Memories Set @ Groove, Buenos Aires, July 2022 Bryan Kearney - Stealth Bomber (Original Mix) Team Argentina - Alpha Omega (Sneijder Remix) Sam Jones - Buckle Up Max Graham - The Evil I.D (Mark Sherry Remix) Disclosure - Dramatic (John Askew Remix) Key4050 - Intersect Full Tilt Down The Longest Road (Bryan Kearney Mash-Up) Neelix - Expect What Secret Cinema & Egbert - Maximal Shugz - All Systems Go Sean Tyas - Rulebook (Bryan Kearney's Out The Window Remix) Sean Tyas - Lift John O'Callaghan - Space & Time Bryan Kearney & Plumb - All Over Again (Karney Dark Dub) T.M.A - Breathe Code Alone (Muhammed Lee Mash-Up) Astrix - Mir (Electro Sun Remix) Sam Jones - Brainstorm Tom Colontonio - Lifetime Connection (John O'Callaghan Remix) Thomas Bronzwaer - Constellation (John O'Callaghan Remix) Bryan Kearney vs John O'Callaghan - Rawdiculous (Bryan Kearney's Enhanced Edit) DJ Misjah & Tim - Access (John Askew Rework) Astrix - Vicious Cycles Dustin Zahn - Stranger To Stability (Len Faki Podium Mix) Bryan Kearney & Will Rees - Prime Example Sneijder - Viper Key4050 - The Truth Cirez D - In The Reds (Bryan Kearney's Get Ready Edit) DJ Fabio & Moon - Insane Coming Soon - Become One Bryan Kearney - Mexican Rave (Groove Edit) Enrico Sangiuliano - Astral Projection (Rework) John O'Callaghan - The Saw System Nipel vs White Noise - Man On The Run Sean Tyas - Da Doo Da Dah Karney - El Gato Javier Bussola & Stryker - Ederlepsy (Bryan Kearney Edit) John O'Callaghan & Deirdre McLaughlin - Stay With Me Giuseppe Ottaviani - Crossing Lights Armin van Buuren - Together [In A State Of Trance] (Bryan Kearney Remix / ASOT 700 BA Edit) Sneijder - Vaporize Sam Jones - Let Loose Marcelo Fratini - Jocker Cosmic Gate - Should Have Known (JOC Rework) Mark Sherry meets Space Frog & Derb - Follow Me Berg - Bayaka Karney - Storylines Gigi D'Agostino - Tanzen Ferry Corsten - Beautiful (Aly & Fila Remix) Cartel vs DJ Shah feat. Adriana Thorpe - Who Will Find Me In Buenos Aires (Bryan Kearney ASOT 700 Mash-Up) Paul van Dyk & Plumb - I Don't Deserve You (Giuseppe Ottaviani Remix) Simon Patterson - Smack (Waio Remix) Sneijder & Bryan Kearney - Proper Order Sneijder & Bryan Kearney - Killer Instinct Eric Prydz - Opus (Deedrah vs GMS Remix) Coming Soon!!! & Bryan Kearney - Activate Key4050 - Beetlejuice The Doppler Effect vs Aly & Fila - Beauty Hides In The Sunlight (Bryan Kearney Mash-Up) Bryan Kearney & Christina Novelli - By My Side (Outro Mix) Sunlounger feat. Zara Taylor - Lost (Will Atkinson Remix) Thanks to Nico Morbelli for the recording. Instagram - @nico_morbelli
In this week's episode, Erika covers the disappearance of Rebecca Coriam. Rebecca was a youth worker on the Disney Cruise Ship the “Disney Wonder”. On March 21, 2011 the Disney Wonder was setting sail from Los Angeles and heading to Puerto Vallarta. The last time anyone saw Rebecca, she was on the phone and looked distraught, before heading to the crew swimming pool. The following day, no one could find Rebecca, and the speculation became that she went overboard from a rogue wave. What really happened, did she really fall overboard on accident, was it on purpose or was she murdered? Sadly, to this day there are no true answers of what happened to the beautiful Rebecca Coriam. Erika was drinking a Chenin Blanc from Miriam, very crisp and smooth. Erika pulled her sources from:www.allthatisinteresting.com / The Baffling Disappearance of Rebecca Coriam Aboard a Disney Cruise Ship / John Kuroski / March 9, 2022www.theguardian.com / “Rebecca Coriam: Lost at Sea / Jon Ronson / March 15, 2012www.hollywoodreporter.com / “Disney Settled With Family of Missing Cruise Worker” / Scott Johnson / February 24, 2017www.en.wikipedia.orgThen Amber covers the 1986 Cleveland Balloonfest. On September 27, 1986 "Balloonfest 86" was held in the downtown Cleveland Public Square. The event was put on as a fundraiser for Cleveland's United Way. That afternoon 1.5 million balloons were launched, but then a storm came in. Amber was drinking an Argentinian 2019 Red Blend from Jose Hernandez, she really liked it.Amber pulled her sources from:Podcast "Lets Go to Court" / Episode 211 / April 20, 2022www.wikipedia.org /Balloon Festwww.ultimateclassicrock.comwww.fox8.com / “Balloon fest 86: 35 Years Since Downtown Cleveland Even Turned Disastrous” / Suzanne Stratfordwww.case.edu / Case Western Reserve University / “Encyclopedia of Cleveland History”www.historyofyesterday.com / “1.4 Million Balloons Killed 2 Men in 1986” / Oskar Bogdanowicz
Pan Am Championships The Brazilian women won team gold over the US at the Pan American Championship. We discuss: Flavia Saraiva as team MVP and the beam rotation that made us remember why we like this sport Rebeca Andrade nearly getting a 9 E-score on bars A big week for Lexi Zeiss Skye Blakely's magic beam feet The current state of US floor artistry And how much (if anything) should be read into what the US performance means for worlds Plus, Canada brought the new skills on bars, Jamaica missed the team final because of a leotard deduction, and the US men won a tight final over Brazil. And most importantly: the shorts incident, Barbara Achondo excelling at 39, the music tastes of the US team, and the glory that is Argentinian junior sensation Isabella Ajalla. JOIN CLUB GYM NERD Join Club Gym Nerd (or give it as a gift!) for access to Behind the Scenes episodes. Buy our awesome clothing and gifts here. We have a Ukraine Fundraiser design, all proceeds go to the CARE Ukraine Crisis fund. RELATED EPISODES & RESOURCES Donate grips and tape for Ukrainian gymnasts Donate to family of Alabama volunteer assistant coach in Ukraine To follow the effects of the Russian invasion to Ukraine on gymnastics, go to Gymnovosti Farewell, All-Around Standings Olga The Judges Go Off The New Era: Alicia Sacramone Quinn and Chellsie Memmel lead USAG TV's Biggest Gymnastics Fails GYMKATA The Leotard Episode: Part Deux
Despierta, Mamá a vuelto... Jonny and Aileen talk about the Argentinian short film, Mamá. A young girl wakes her sister to tell her that their mother has returned home. Jonny and Aileen also discuss sibling creators Andy and Barbara Muschietti and their past and future projects. Remember to subscribe, rate and review! Follow us on our redes sociales: Twitter: @Uy_Que_Horror Insta: @uyquehorror Find all the películas we cover here! ABORTION INFO AND SOURCES https://abortion.cafe/ - this is a collection of abortion resources shoutyourabortion.com - this is a campaign to normalize abortion https://donations4abortion.com/ - donate to support abortion funds by state https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds - donate to the national network of abortion funds (donations split between 80+ abortion funds) https://usow.org/repro/volunteer/ - this is a list of abortion clinics across the country that need volunteers https://dontbanequality.com/ - this is language for companies to use to stand against the ruling plancpills.org/ambassadors - here are early abortion access pills you can store in your cabinet https://prochoice.org/ - this is an abortion access hotline https://natalist.com/products/early-pregnancy-test-strips - buy early pregnancy test strips https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/birth-control - get info on types of birth control https://choice.crd.co/ - this is a collection of these above links and more. Managed by @starplanes - DM them on twitter to add more https://www.guttmacher.org/state-policy/explore/abortion-policy-absence-roe - abortion policy by state as of June 1, 2022 More in-depth version: https://www.guttmacher.org/state-policy
This week on Unorthodox, we're wishing you a hearty ‘Shalom yellow.' Our first Jew of the Week is Mike Pesca, host of the long-running daily podcast “The Gist,” which he recently relaunched independently. He tells us what podcasts he's listening to, why it's important to talk to people you disagree with, and about his childhood as a self-described ‘pizza bagel' (half Jewish, half Italian). Our second Jew of the Week is Argentinian journalist Javier Sinay, author of the newly translated book, The Murders of Moisés Ville: The Rise and Fall of the Jerusalem of South America. He tells us about the Jewish immigrant colony in Argentina that was home to Jewish gauchos, and how he went about solving a series of mysterious 1897 murders in the thriving Jewish enclave. We want to hear from you! Take our listener survey and be entered to win a Russ & Daughters gift card. TK here: We're looking for contestants on our kids game show podcast Hebrew School! Do you know a curious kid aged 7-12 who wants to be challenged with fun Jewish quizzes and games? Go to tabletm.ag/hebrewschool for more information and to apply. Send us emails and voice memos at email@example.com, or leave a voicemail at our listener line: (914) 570-4869. Remember to tell us who you are and where you're calling from. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get new episodes, photos, and more. Join our Facebook group, and follow Unorthodox on Twitter and Instagram. Get a behind-the-scenes look at our recording sessions on our YouTube channel. Find out about our upcoming events at tabletmag.com/unorthodoxlive. Want to book us for a live show or event in your area, or partner with us in some other way? Email Tanya Singer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Unorthodox is produced by Tablet Studios. Check out all of our podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices