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The Fierce Female Network
Higher Hill Studios and Corky Wink is On Air

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 23:00


This show is brought to you by www.gubbarum.com Please review this show at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fierce-female-network/id293766497 Higher Hill is a Texas singer-songwriter duo. This original project that is on Amazon's "must-listen to" is a delightful and eclectic mix of Paul's musical structure, rock guitar sounds and Vanessa's lyrics and vocal melodies. The duo is brought forward by the grammy winning Jeff Trott (producer and co-writer with Sheryl Crow) and David Kershenbaum (Tracy Chapman, Bryan Adams) as well as a host of Platinum and Grammy winning artists including Fred Eltringham, Billy Justineau, Andrew Petroff. Gravity, Miles Ago, and Best Life were produced by David Kershenbaum who included the iconic Leland Sklar, Denny Fongheiser, and Jon Gilutin. Last but certainly not least, Kate Malone brought 6 songs to life from Lullaby all the way to screaming River with Nashville's own Devin Malone, Matt Utterback, Josh Matheny, John Henry Trinko and amazing BGV's by Tori Tullier. Vanessa and Paul are ASCAP artists and have all song versions mixed by the incredible Buckley Miller and mastered and ready for synch and licensing. Music composition owned by HigherHill Studios LLC. CORKY WINK Mr. Wink is 64 and have just started this full time music adventure. During my years on this earth, I've always had my guitar handy and have written a number of songs I thought worthy of the world to hear. I didn't pursue a music career because I had to provide and raise a family. So I started IT companies, sold my first one creating & installing computer networks in 2001. Sold my second one to a private equity group specializing in information security on December 31st last year. Now it's my time to follow my passion, which has always been music and see where it goes. 

Squiz Kids
Monday, May 16 - Mice plague returns to Aussie farms; Ukraine wins Eurovision; Australia's best child artists; and teaching a giraffe how to walk.

Squiz Kids

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 8:58


Squiz Kids is an award-winning, free daily news podcast just for kids. Give us ten minutes, and we'll give you the world. A short podcast that gives kids the lowdown on the big news stories of the day, delivered without opinion, and with positivity and humour. ‘Kid-friendly news that keeps them up to date without all the nasties' (A Squiz Parent) This Australian podcast for kids easily fits into the daily routine - helping curious kids stay informed about the world around them. Fun. Free. Fresh. LINKSThe Young Archies for 2022: https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/prizes/young-archie/2022/ The Adult Archibald winners: https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/prizes/archibald/2022/ Baby giraffe fitted with leg braceshttps://apnews.com/article/science-health-travel-animals-56551643be0d1388351c4d994ffd5c0c Sensational World of Civicshttps://www.squizkids.com.au/civics/ Squiz Kids for Schools: https://www.squizkids.com.au/squiz-kids-for-schools/Squiz Kids Apple Subscriber Content: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/squiz-kids/id1494238283 How To Become A Squiz Kids Correspondent: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FH2HA28InnLU6UxE91wrLBAbCMT40Mua/viewSquiz Kids Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/squizkids/?hl=enGot a birthday coming up and you want a shout-out? Send us an email at squizkids@thesquiz.com.au See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Artists of Data Science
Data Science Happy Hour 81| 13MAY2022

The Artists of Data Science

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 103:40


Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/datascienceharp Watch the video of this episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6uLiz4lTrU&ab_channel=HarpreetSahota%7CTheArtistsofDataScience Don't forget to register for regular office hours by The Artists of Data Science: http://bit.ly/adsoh Register for Sunday Sessions here: http://bit.ly/comet-ml-oh Listen to the latest episode: https://player.fireside.fm/v2/eac-KT9/latest?theme=dark The Artists of Data Science Social links: Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/datascienceharp YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/HarpreetSahotaTheArtistsofDataScience Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/datascienceharp Facebook https://facebook.com/TheArtistsOfDataScience Twitter: https://twitter.com/datascienceharp

TonioTimeDaily
7 Ways to Practice Consent Outside of the Bedroom

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 42:51


"2. Don't Reveal Personal Information About Anyone Without Their Permission We all know it's not okay to tell secrets. But even if someone hasn't prefaced a statement by whispering “I have a secret,” they still may not want you to repeat it. Even if someone has nothing to be ashamed of, they may want to keep information about themselves from others for a number of reasons, such as fear that they won't react kindly. For example, it's never okay to reveal someone's sexual orientation if they aren't out or to reveal that someone has been sexually assaulted without their permission. It's also not okay to tell other people about problems someone else is having. This can be difficult when these problems involve you and you want someone to confide in. It's fine and often necessary to talk about conflicts you're having with others, but try to find someone who doesn't know the other party. I once made the mistake of venting about an argument with a significant other to a mutual friend. I thought he'd have a greater understanding of the situation than anyone else because he knew both of us. That may have been true, but it wasn't worth it. After I revealed that I had confided in his friend, my partner felt we'd both violated his trust. I didn't have his consent to reveal details of our relationship to someone he knew. I should have vented to a friend who wasn't close with him. It's also important to recognize that someone's decision to reveal information about themselves in one context doesn't mean they want it aired in another. Discussing something with one group of friends doesn't mean you want all your friends to know it. And revealing someone about yourself once doesn't mean you're willing to talk about it at any given moment. Artists, writers, and other professionals who tackle personal subject matter deal with this misunderstanding frequently. As a writer, people often assume that if I've written about something, it's fair game to discuss with anyone. However, due to the personal topics I've written about and the harassment I've faced for writing about them, I'm hesitant to discuss them in spaces that don't feel safe to me. A friend once introduced me to a male friend of hers by saying, “Suzannah's a great writer. Tell him about that viral article about not shaving your legs.” I wasn't comfortable reiterating my reasons for not shaving my legs to a stranger, especially a man (the demographic that harassed me the most after that article was published). I had no idea what his views were on the topic and didn't want to get into an argument. Social media adds another layer to this issue. When posting on someone's Facebook wall or tagging them in a post, keep in mind that many people are Facebook friends with their families and others they may want to keep certain information from – even if they've shared this information with you. Obviously, it's impractical to go through life without ever talking about anyone you know. But before you share something about someone in person or online, consider whether they would want everyone you're addressing to know it." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Best of ESPN 1000
5/14: Song of the Night

Best of ESPN 1000

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 19:08


All of the songs from this week's Song of the Night segment. Artists include: Deftones, UB40, Warren Zevon, The Rolling Stones, and Darius Rucker.

Austin Music Minute – KUTX
Artists For the Betterment of Kids at the Border

Austin Music Minute – KUTX

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 2:09


It was a mammoth undertaking pulling together Artists For the Betterment of Kids at the Border, now in its second year. Austin oil artist Sandy Martinez worked diligently alongside Redlands, CA-based nonprofit The Artlands and East Austin creative space/recording studio The Electric Church to keep building momentum. Even in the days leading up to this […]

D-Lo & KC
Friday 5/13 Hour 3 - YouTube Videos and Hip-Hop Artists

D-Lo & KC

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 46:20


The guys hit a bunch of fun topics this hour taking calls from listeners on Kendrick Lamar and other hip-hop artists, YouTube videos you can watch for hours at time, Nike possibly not giving Kyrie Irving a new deal and more.

The Road Home with Ethan Nichtern
Ep. 73 – Dharma, Art & The Five Wisdoms with Kevin Townley Jr.

The Road Home with Ethan Nichtern

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 52:37


Buddhist renaissance man, Kevin Townley Jr, joins Ethan Nichtern for a conversation spanning the potent intersection of art and Dharma.Kevin Townley is a writer, filmmaker, actor, singer, museum guide, Buddhist teacher, and meditation instructor trained in the Sokuko-Ji Zen community under Kyoun Sokuzan. His film and television work includes appearances in My Super Ex-Girlfriend, Men in Black 3, The Detour, and Law & Order. With his band, Bambï, Townley adapted Judith Rossner's 'Looking for Mr. Goodbar' into the rock opera GOODBAR, performed at The Public Theater. Check out his new book Look, Look, Look, Look, Look Again: Buddhist Wisdom Reflected in 26 Artists. For more info, please visit KevinTownley.nyc and his LinktreeExplore the intersection of Buddhism & Bhakti with Be Here Now Network teachers and guests at the inaugural Love Serve Remember Summer Mountain Retreat August 25th – 29th in Boone, NC!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Dance Matters Podcast
Episode 119- Stephen Perez, Professional Dancer

Dance Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 40:41


Stephen Perez is one of Australia's most exciting and dynamic male performers! Stephen has been dancing and acting since he was just 7 years old. He completed his full time training at Brent Street. From there Stephen appeared in Season 4 of So You Think You Can Dance Australia. Some of his early career highlights include; a role in the group of core dancers for Baz Lurhmann's The Great Gatsby, performing with Taylor Swift at the ARIA's under the direction of ‘The Squared Division' and performing with Kylie Minogue and Sam Sparrow at the Sydney Mardi Gras. In 2013 Stephen was also cast in Carmen, The Opera staged on Sydney Harbour and choreographed by industry legend Kelley Abbey. Stephen has also performed with Artists such as Marcia Hines, Ricki-Lee and Angus and Julia Stone and been featured on television's X Factor and Australian Idol. Despite all the success there were times in his career when he was struck down with self doubt and the fear that he may never quite make it. Regardless of these setbacks Stephen has now found the love for the art of dance again and is enjoying the greatest success of his career. He recently landed the dream gig of performing with Katy Perry throughout her Las Vegas residency. 

DJ Bennie James Podcast
R&B Showcase pt.1

DJ Bennie James Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 46:53


Some of my favorite R&B songs from my showcase shows. Artists include: Temu, Usher, Victoria Monet, Em-Cee, Leela James, Jael, Caroline Nukula, Saint Jaimz, Tayana, Snoh Aalegra. Mahalia, Riley, Jazmine Sullivan.R&B Showcase part 2 will be available for premium members soon.Tips at cash app $djbenniejamesBecome a premium member at -  djbenniejames.supercast.comLicensed for digital streaming & play  ASCAP 400009874 & BMI - 61044939THANKS as always to all my Supporters, Sponsors and Music Pool MembersVery Special Thanks to : Donna at Life Destiny SOULutions, Omar at Omar Boyles Promotions, the Brown  & the Gardner Families.  Support the show

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall
1729. BONUS. Reparations progress. Chess Tutorials. Music. History. News. (05/12/22)

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 550:20


For Educational Purposes Only. The Artists, Authors, Creators and Producers own their music/songs and content. ☆☆Discretion is advised. May not be suitable for some audiences. ☆☆ Harvard University offers Reparations to redress owning 79 slaves.☆☆ Reparations in U. S. history and future economic developments.☆☆ ☆☆Commentary on current social and political events. ☆☆Chess Tutorials.

The Artists of Data Science
Dave on Data | David Langer

The Artists of Data Science

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 61:06


Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/datascienceharp Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/x26n7HmSYjw Don't forget to register for regular office hours by The Artists of Data Science: http://bit.ly/adsoh Register for Sunday Sessions here: http://bit.ly/comet-ml-oh Listen to the latest episode: https://player.fireside.fm/v2/eac-KT9/latest?theme=dark The Artists of Data Science Social links: Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/datascienceharp YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/HarpreetSahotaTheArtistsofDataScience Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/datascienceharp Facebook https://facebook.com/TheArtistsOfDataScience Twitter: https://twitter.com/datascienceharp

The Fierce Female Network
Omilani and Corky Wink Is On Air

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:00


This AfroFilipina songwriter has definitely proven she can hold center stage. Performing since the age of seven, Omilani has been featured in many programs. She is most noted for multi-media, interactive performances of original works of neo-soul music, folkloric EXPRRESSIONS, tropical fusion/salsa and hip hop. Her eclectic vibe has become a very popular among all age groups. Her love of languages has blossomed into a musical explosion that bridges language and cultural boundaries. Mixing Spanish, Filipino, French, Portuguese, Arabic and Yoruba into her repertoire has added a unique twist to her show. Omilani feels that this diversity of her work enables her to reach a wider audience. ​ She is especially proud of the reaction of the youth to her positive and inspirational messages. Omilani hopes to inspire others to pick up a pen and write and to reach for their dreams without limitation.   Corky Wink  He is 64 and have just started this full time music adventure. During my years on this earth, I've always had my guitar handy and have written a number of songs I thought worthy of the world to hear. I didn't pursue a music career because I had to provide and raise a family. So I started IT companies, sold my first one creating & installing computer networks in 2001. Sold my second one to a private equity group specializing in information security on December 31st last year. Now it's my time to follow my passion, which has always been music and see where it goes. It keeps me busy and eventually I would love for it to pay for my recording habit and sell the CDs & Vinyls I have in stock!      

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
Gangs of graffiti artists flying from aboard vandalise Dublin's trains

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 7:17


We hear how gangs of graffiti artists have been flying in from abroad in order to vandalise Dublin's trains. Tim Gaston, NTA's Director of Public Transport services spoke to Pat this morning on the show about the ongoing problem. Listen and subscribe to The Pat Kenny Show on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.      Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.    You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

Capital FM
A&R is responsible for scouting and overseeing the artistic development of Artists.

Capital FM

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 30:25


A&R is responsible for scouting and overseeing the artistic development of Artists. by Capital FM

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall
1728. BONUS: Fugitives Casey White & Vicky White updates. Music/songs (05/11/22)

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 237:32


For Educational Purposes Only. The Artists, Authors, Creators and Producers own their music/songs and content. ☆☆Discretion is advised. May not be suitable for some audiences. ☆☆Medical Discussion and analysis of the traffic collision, rescue, and other events on the final day of life for Vicky White, the Alabama Jail Officer, and her companion, Casey White, Escaped Alabama Fugitive. Casey was transported to Alabama and remains in custody at a State prison. Vicky White's remains were returned to Alabama for services reportedly scheduled for this weekend. ☆☆Condolesences to her family, friends and associates. ):

The Practice Parlour
How Much Should I Practice? Your Most Frequently Asked Practice Question Answered!

The Practice Parlour

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 19:07


Learn four questions to ask yourself to determine your individualized practice plan.

MPIR Old Time Radio
Artists Friends Podcast Episode 146

MPIR Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:00


Presenting a discussion about how the American Civil War inspired and influenced Art in the United States. Info links: http://www.talkartpodcast.com Artists: Clyde J. Kell, Diane Hunt, Constance Brosnan.

WSOE Cast at Elon University
Sunny Side-Up | 10 Small Artists Your Spotify Needs

WSOE Cast at Elon University

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 44:26


Tune in for the LAST Sunny-Side Up episode of this semester where Hannah and Gabriella put together a great playlist filled with songs by smaller artists that you should definitely be listening to! They dive into the complicated topic of Roe v. Wade (if you're not angry, you're not paying attention) and as always, the weekly riddle and fun facts. Thanks for listening! See you in the fall : )

RNZ: Dateline Pacific
Pasifika artists with disabilities charting their own course

RNZ: Dateline Pacific

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:00


Pasifika artists living with disabilities empowered to chart their own course.

Tony & Dwight
Old Artists & New Tigers. Duff in The Buff. No Mow May. Dangerous Dams & Girls' Gripes.

Tony & Dwight

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 30:01


Don't Be Serious
How Bollywood is different than Hollywood

Don't Be Serious

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 3:01


In this episode, we talk about the two largest film industries, Hollywood in terms of revenue and Bollywood in the number of films produced in a year and how are they different from each other, the difference between their style and approach. 

Don't Be Serious
Is being an Artist Essential job for the Society

Don't Be Serious

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 14:17


In this episode, we discuss if being an artist is essential for society to survive and various aspects of it, sharing our thoughts. 

The Natalie Parker Studio Podcast
Ep 28: The Passionate Artist: Season 2/6 of The Creative Path

The Natalie Parker Studio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 17:30


In today's episode we continue with our 6 part series where I'll be taking you through the 6 seasons of the creative path. Today we're discussing The Passionate Artist!In this season as a Passionate Artist you are all in! You're like a sponge absorbing as much as you can about all the colours, techniques, Artists, and painting styles. You're consuming a lot and producing a lot of different work. Your friends and family may have caught wind of your new found passion and may be cheering you on or dismissing this as just another 'hobby.' This can derail you if you let it, so be careful who you share your dream with, especially when this is new.BY THE END OF THIS 6 PART SERIES, YOU'LL::Discover the 6 seasons of a creative path and which season you are inIdentify where you are on your creative journeyLearn how to move through the creative seasons with easeGain clarity and direction to take the next steps forward on your creative journeyIf this episode inspires you, leave a review and share your biggest takeaway with me. And while you've got your phone out, make sure to follow me on Instagram  @natalieparkerstudio to see behind the scenes of how I run my art business so that you can be inspired to pursue your creative dream too.Links mentioned in today's episode:THE ARTISTS CREATIVE GUIDE - FREE 20 PAGE GUIDESPARK YOUR CREATIVITY CHALLENGE - FREE REGISTRATION: STARTS 19TH MAYTHE CONFIDENT BRUSHART BIZ A-Z WAITLIST Book recommendations mentioned in today's episode:Steal Like An Artist by Austin KleonBig Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert LEARN MORE FROM NATALIE PARKER:ART COURSES | ARTWORK | INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK

Part-Time Fanboy Podcast
Part-Time Fanboy Podcast: Ep 399 Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness!

Part-Time Fanboy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 86:15


SPOILERS! This past weekend saw the release of Marvel's latest movie: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness! When last we saw Stephen Strange he was helping Spider-Man save reality because of some poor decision making made in an attempt to wipe the knowledge of the wall-crawler's secret identity from the general public. In Multiverse […]

Confessions Of An Actress
#WellnessWednesday - Awards For Artists

Confessions Of An Actress

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 16:16


Meredith talks about the emotional ups and downs of awards and striving for awards as an artist in this business. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofanactress/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/confessionsofanactress/support

The Future Belongs to Creators
Useful Apps for Creators That You've Never Heard Of

The Future Belongs to Creators

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:00


Whether you're an emerging creator, established TikToker, or you're just hoping to scale an expanding side hustle, we could all use a little support. Thankfully, as the creator economy expands, so do businesses looking to elevate creators through focusing tools, monetization apps, and even hubs for influencer pay transparency. While they're moving mountains for today's creators, these incredible apps may not be tools you've ever heard of. So let's change that.In this episode, Charli and Miguel break down their favorite apps for creators that have largely gone unnoticed. From website hacks to social platforms for female and non-binary entrepreneurs, here's everything you can utilize as a creator on the rise.Key Takeaways [00:49] - Have you heard?  [01:00] - The term “creator economy” has become commonly used only over the past year-and-a-half.  [02:40] - Twitter Circle is a feature similar to Instagram's “close friends” feature. It allows you to add up to 150 people who can see your “private” tweets.  [07:04] - Today's main topic: Apps for creators you've probably never heard of.  [07:22] - Coolors is a color palette generator perfect for creators looking to redesign their content without paying top dollar for a professional designer.  [09:17] - Sunroom is a safe and secure app designed to amplify women and non-binary people looking to monetize their businesses.   [11:56] - Ulysses is a fantastic app for long-form writing. The app helps you focus and arrange your thoughts.  [14:51] - FYPM shows you what other influencers are getting paid for similar campaigns with similar brands.  [19:22] - Ambients generates different “environment” noises to help creators focus.  [22:17] - Clashapp helps short-form video creators earn revenue directly from fans.  [27:51] - Forrest App incentivizes you to focus without distraction. [30:42] - TinyPNG is a great app for anyone with a blog or website. It shrinks your website loading time by compressing images you add without affecting the image's quality.  [32:29] - Today's listener shoutout! Alejandro Castanon is an artist and advisor who recently filed his LLC and two separate DBAs for his art business.  [33:41] - A sneak peek at next week's episode. Quotes[11:40] - “At one stage, TikTok was the little unknown thing that a few people were starting to use, right? And we never know what is going to be the next TikTok. Maybe it could be Sunroom, who knows. Check it out, be an early adopter.” ~ @charliprangley[14:30] - “When you're doing something creative, how you feel when you're doing it is so important.” ~ @miguelp.img [17:46] - “You have this temptation to price yourself in a competitive way so then you'll undersell what you do because of the fear of losing out on it and you figure, ‘hey at least getting paid for something is better than not getting paid at all', and then you sort of talk yourself down on your asking price.” ~ @miguelp.img Links Watch The Future Belongs to Creators on YouTube Twitter Twitter Circle Instagram Patreon Coolors  Sunroom  OnlyFans TikTok Ulysses  Notion Microsoft Word Google Docs Pages FYPM Google Ambients  Clashapp.co YouTube Clubhouse  Facebook Forrest App  TinyPNG Alejandro Castanon Creativity feedback loops (and their impact on mental health)  Connect with our hosts Charli Prangley Miguel Pou Haley Janicek Stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Twitter Facebook Instagram Every week we celebrate a win from a listener.Tell us about a recent launch, milestone or success (big or small!) right here and we might just shout you out in the next episode: https://convertk.it/listenershoutout. Start building your audience for freeWith ConvertKit landing pages, you can build a beautiful page for your project in just a few minutes. Choose colors, add photos, build a custom opt-in form, and add your copy. All without writing any code! Check out landingpages.new to get started.

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall
1727. BONUS. Fugitives Casey and Vicky White updates. Music. (05/10/22)

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 163:58


For Educational Purposes Only. The Artists, Authors Creators and Producers own their music/songs and content. ☆☆Discretion is advised. May not be suitable for some audiences. ☆☆Updates on the Alabama Fugitives Casey and Vicky White.

The Chaser Report
Please Don't Feed The Artists | David Shoebridge

The Chaser Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 31:30


Greens candidate David Shoebridge joins Gabbi and Charles to talk about his bizarre new policy idea to give artists money, so naturally they try and correct him on this insane concept. Meanwhile, has John officially been broken by Sky News? Plus Dom and Charles have another crack at dispensing their political wisdom by answering your stupid questions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall
1726. BONUS. Alabama Fugitives Casey and Vicky White updates. (05/10/22)

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 53:29


For Educational Purposes Only. The Artists, Creators and Producers own their music/songs and content. ☆☆Discretion is advised. May not be suitable for some audiences. ☆☆News updates on the Alabama Fugitives Casey and Vicky White.☆☆Check out David Cutter Music You Tube videos. Free no copyright.☆DutyRon on You Tube True Crime videos are the top of the line by retired NYPD Detectives. ☆

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall
1725. BONUS. Sheriff's updates on Escapee Casey White and Officer Vicky White. (05/10/22)

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 88:37


For Educational Purposes Only. The Artists, Authors, Creators and Producers own their music/songs and content ☆☆Sheriff's press conference from Indiana. ☆☆Discretion is advised. May not be suitable for some audiences.

Civil Discourse
Works Progress Administration - Art

Civil Discourse

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 59:00


Aughie and Nia discuss the Works Progress Administrations programs  to provide work opportunities for artists, actors, musicians, and writers during the Great Depression. They also discuss some of the criticisms of the WPA programs,

Storied: San Francisco
City Gardens Series: Caitlyn Galloway and the Greenhouse Project (S4E49P1)

Storied: San Francisco

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 33:04


There's an unused square block in the Portola District that's Ground Zero in the fight over land in San Francisco. In this podcast, we learn all about the Greenhouse Project. Volunteer Caitlyn Galloway shares some of the history of the block bordered by Woolsey, Bowdoin, Wayland, and Hamilton streets as well as the efforts underway to reclaim the area as a green space in The City's southeast side. Then we hear about Caitlyn's life and how she got to this moment. She was born in Union City and raised there and in Livermore, where she went to high school. Her extended family has been in the East Bay for several generations. Once she was old enough to ride BART without an adult, she and her cousin would come into San Francisco to go shopping around the Powell station. When it was time to go to college, she chose Santa Barbara. Despite a lot of what Caitlyn calls "sameness" there, she found pockets of people she could relate to, people who had different ways of living—punks, hippies, folks who worked at co-ops. Caitlyn started working at a food co-op in Santa Barbara around the same time she began to garden there. She was still in school and all of these activities started to shape Caitlyn's worldview, especially around food and land. After graduation, she moved to New York City, partly to get away and partly to ready herself for a move to San Francisco. She found work as a gardener at a landscaping company, where she worked on rich people's gardens around town. Caitlyn also worked on some green roofs in New York, well before the trend that would emerge later. Two years into her time on the East Coast, she decided that it was time to come back to California. She missed a number of things—people, a smaller-city vibe. But perhaps more than anything else, California sagebrush drew Caitlyn back to her home state. There was no question of where in the state she'd be. ​Upon landing in San Francisco in 2007, Caitlyn apprenticed at New Bohemia Signs, a hand-painted sign shop based in the South of Market neighborhood. Through her work there, she met and befriended someone who was gardening and growing vegetables in a backyard in the Mission. Caitlyn soon joined her new friend in gardening. We end Part 1 with a detour of sorts, when Jeff and Caitlyn discover that they were neighbors 15 years ago or so. Please join us for Part 2 and the final new episode of Season 4 this Thursday. We recorded this podcast at the Greenhouse Project in the Portola in April 2022. Photography by Jeff Hunt

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast
Basic Income for artists

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 19:02


Irish artists of every kind - performers, writers, sculptors, musicians, the lot - are nervously waiting to hear if they will be among the 2000 people to be allocated a Basic Income for three years. The Irish Government has announced this pilot program for artists impacted by the pandemic – billed as a New Deal, and a once in a lifetime policy intervention.  Could we, and would we, do it in Australia? Or is Ireland, where culture is so embedded in identity, a unique case.

Ableton Live Music Producers

Daktyl is a Los Angeles-based producer and multi-instrumentalist with releases on Diplo's Mad Decent label and Monstercat Records. His credits extend to being featured in Billboard Magazine, Rolling Stone's “Artists to Watch”, and Zane Lowe's “Next Hype” on BBC Radio 1. He's toured with major artists including ODESZA, Bonobo, Troyboi, Giraffe, and many others. Daktyl has released official remixes for Major Lazer, Halsey, and reached tens of millions of online streams. Starting at a young age, Daktyl began producing beats in the UK as a teenager in his university dorm. Before long, his talents garnered the attention of Diplo's imprint Mad Decent, who promptly signed him while he was still in school. From there, his career took off as he bought a one-way ticket from London to the U.S. to book his own tour across California. Follow Daktyl Below: Spotify YouTube Instagram.com/daktyl tiktok.com/@beatsbydaktyl twitter.com/daktyluk facebook.com/daktylmusic Daktylmusic.co.uk Save money purchasing the latest version of Ableton Live: liveproducersonline.com/buyableton Join Discord and connect with the Ableton community discord.gg/ceb9CgAFFj Join the newsletter and be the first to receive new podcast episodes, as well as Ableton Live downloads, special events, and more: liveproducersonline.com/newsletter

Understanding Kindness
E52 Artists to the Front.

Understanding Kindness

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 19:27


In this episode, Dani tells us why we need Artists, the devaluing of Art and the Artist in US society, and how to create societies where we can all be Artists.They recommend reading "Aphro-ism: Essays on Pop Culture, Feminism, and Black Veganism by Two Sisters" by Aph Ko and Syl Ko for some more on the hierarchy of racial capitalism. They also recommend listen to Christopher Sebastian's talk on similar topics.Dani briefly mentioned episode 44 of Understand Kindness, "Now Let Me Rant At You About English for a Bit." To listen to them rant about how English separates Human Animals from Nature.And lastly, Dani recommends supporting the Winnemucca Indian Colony in Nevada. If you can make it out to defend the Colony on the 10th-12th of May 2022, reach out to them via email to make arrangements. You can learn more about the Colony via the It's Going Down episode "This is America: #158" and by following their instagram account, @neweneensokopa, where you'll find additional ways to support them.For a glimpse into Dani's friendships, check out their other podcast, Better When Awkward, co-hosted by their childhood best friend, Jasmine!Go to UnderstandingKindness.com for transcripts, blog entries, and links to the social media accounts!Follow the podcast on instagram, facebook, or twitter for more recommendations & posts when a new episode comes out!To contact Dani, email UnderstandingKindness@protonmail.com or send them a DM on social media!To financially support Dani & the show, visit the podcast's patreon or give a one-time or recurring donation on paypal! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Business Side of Music
#214 - From Jingle Singer To The Voice... Becoming The Entrepeneur

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 53:31


If you're a fan of the NBC television Series “The Voice, then you might remember Dan Shafer from Season 11, when he was on “Team Blake”. But Dan's career goes deeper than that. In addition to "The Voice", Dan has sung on some of the most iconic National Television Commercials of all time to include, "Transformers" (Robots in Disguise), Aliens 3 (The Motion Picture), BC Powder, Matchbox (Lightning Key Cars), and so many more. Dan has also earned the respect of his peers, and has shared the stage with Dolly Parton, Artimus Pyle of Lynyrd Skynryd, Carmine Appice of Vanilla Fudge and so many more.  Dan, who considers himself a classic rock singer, performs and tours with a show that is made up of Classic Rock Songs that make up the tapestry, and fabric of our Lives. Performing songs like "Dust in the Wind" by the group Kansas, "Going to California" by Led Zeppelin, or “Shooting Star" by Bad Company. Because the music comes first, and Dan Shafer will always be a fan, the audience will find themselves singing along, escaping life for a moment, going back to a simpler time, and one of the greatest periods of Rock and Roll Music. Dan shares with us his story, how he pounded the pavement in NYC to get his first gig recording jingles, to moving to Nashville to become a session player, to his ability to work the room when performing live. Quotes on Dan Include: "You are the best male singer to come along in a while!"  - Kent Wells (Producer, Dolly Parton),  “57 year old Dan Shafer traveled across the country to Los Angeles to appear on the Voice. After years of singing jingles, Dan stepped out on the stage and blew me away with Trains “Marry Me”. His cover gave me chills and he sounded better than some of the male Artists on top 40 radio” - Jakes Takes, Hollywood Insider,  “I'm so happy for Dan. He is an image of hope for everyone, to never give up on your dreams, never ever, ever!!!” - Miley Cyrus The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (except during pandemics, then it's pretty much been accomplished VIA Zoom or over the phone, with the exception for those fearless enough to come to Bob Bender's dining room… and there have been a few that have survived). Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall
1724. BONUS. Alabama Escapee/Fugitives captured in Indiana. (05/10/22)

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 102:04


For Educational Purposes Only. The Artists, Authors, Creators and Producers own their music/songs and content. ☆☆Updates on the Wanted Alabama Escapee, Casey White and Fugitive/Assistant Director of Lauderdale Jail Officer Vicky White. She died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He is in Police custody, was treated for superficial wounds but reported in good condition. He has an extradition hearing coming up next in an Indiana court before he is released to the Alabama Sheriff's authorities for arraignment hearing on a murder charge.☆☆Discretion is advised. May not be suitable for some audiences.

The Daily Gardener
May 10, 2022 John Hope, Arthur Cleveland Coxe, Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli, Francis Younghusband, Lemon, Love & Olive Oil by Mina Stone, and Polly Park

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 23:04


Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart   Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee    Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter |  Daily Gardener Community   Historical Events   1725 Birth of John Hope, botanist, professor, and founder of the Royal Garden in Edinburgh. John produced considerable work on plant classification and physiology. He was appointed the King's botanist for Scotland and superintendent of the Royal Garden in Edinburgh. At the time, Edinburgh was the place to study medicine, and all medical students had to take botany courses. John created a school for botanists after spinning off the school's materia medica (pharmacy) department, which allowed him to specialize exclusively in botany. John was a captivating instructor. He was one of the first two people to teach the Linnean system. He also taught the natural system. John was one of the first professors to use big teaching diagrams or visual aids to teach his lectures. John led over 1,700 students during his tenure. His students traveled from all over Europe, America, and India. John Hope Alumni include the likes of James Edward Smith, founder and first President of the Linnaean Society, Charles Drayton, and Benjamin Rush. A field botanist, John encouraged his students to go out and investigate the Flora of Scotland. He awarded a medal every year to the student who collected the best herbarium.   1818 Birth of Arthur Cleveland Coxe, American theologian and composer. Arthur served as the second Episcopal bishop of Western New York. He once wrote, Flowers are words, which even a baby can understand.   1891 Death of Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli, Swiss botanist. Although he studied cell division and pollination, Carl's claim to fame is being the guy who discouraged Gregor Mendel from pursuing his work on genetics. Gregor regarded Carl as a botanical expert and his professional hero. When Gregor sent Carl an overview of his work with pea plants in a letter, Carl dismissed the results out of hand, labeling them "only empirical, and impossible to prove rationally." Carl poo-pooed natural selection. Instead, he believed in orthogenesis, a now-defunct theory that living organisms have an internal driving force - a desire to perfect themselves- and evolve toward this goal. Over a seven-year period in the mid-1800s, Gregor Mendel grew nearly 30,000 pea plants - taking note of their height and shape and color - in his garden at the Augustinian monastery he lived in at Brno (pronounced "burr-no") in the Czech Republic. His work resulted in what we now know as the Laws of Heredity. Gregor came up with the genetic terms and terminology that we still use today, like dominant and recessive genes. Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli's dismissal prompted Gregor to give up his work with genetics. After his promotion to the abbot of the monastery, Gregor focused on his general duties and teaching. In 1884, Gregor died without ever knowing the impact his work would have on modern science. Fifteen years later, in 1899,  a friend sent the Dutch botanist Hugo de Vries a copy of Gregor's work - calling it a paper on hybridization - not heredity. At the same time, Gregor's paper was uncovered by a student of Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli's - a man named Carl E. F. J. Correns. Hugo de Vries rushed to publish his first paper on genetics without mentioning Gregor Mendel. But he did have the nerve to use some of Gregor's data and terminology in his paper. Carl Correns threatened to expose De Vries, who then quickly drafted a new version of his paper, which gave proper credit to Gregor Mendel. Through his work with the humble pea plant, Gregor came up with many of the genetic terms still used today, like dominant and recessive genes.    1907 It was on this day that Francis Younghusband, British Army officer, explorer, and spiritual writer, documented the progression of spring in the Residency Garden in Kashmir. Francis shared his observations in a book called Kashmir(1909). The Residency Garden was an English country house that was built specifically for guests by the Maharajah, and so naturally, Francis loved staying there. Here's what Francis wrote in May of 1907 about the Residency Garden, which was just coming into full flower. Francis observed,  By May 1st ...The May trees were in full blossom. The bank on the south side of the garden was a mass of dark purple and white irises, and [the] evening [sun] caused each flower to [become] a blaze of glory. Stock was in full bloom. Pansies were out in masses. Both the English and Kashmir lilacs were in blossom, and the columbines were in perfection.  The first horse chestnuts came into blossom on May 10th, and on that date, the single pink rose, sinica anemone, on the trellis at the end of the garden, was in full bloom and of wondrous beauty; a summer-house covered with Fortune's yellow was a dream of golden loveliness;  I picked the first bloom of some English roses that a kind friend had sent out... and we had our first plateful of strawberries. A light mauve iris, a native of Kashmir, [is now in] bloom; ...and some lovely varieties of Shirley poppy... from Mr. Luther Burbank, the famous plant-breeder of California, began to blossom; and roses of every variety came [on] rapidly till the garden became a blaze of color.   Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation Lemon, Love & Olive Oil by Mina Stone This book came out in September of 2021. Now, if you're a cookbook lover, you know that Mina's debut cookbook called Cooking For Artists was a smash hit. It was also self-published. And in fact, right now, if you go on Amazon and you try to get a copy of that first cookbook, you'll pay somewhere in the neighborhood of $150. To me, Mina's story is fascinating. She actually went to school to be a designer, and then, on the side, she started cooking for families. And then she started cooking for special events. And then eventually, she started cooking for a gallery, and that's where she started cooking for artists. Thus, the name of her first book. The story behind the second book, Lemon Love and Olive Oil, stems from the fact that whenever people would ask MIna for ingredients to make something taste great, her answer was always lemon juice, olive oil, and a little bit of salt. So, those are her go-to ingredients. Mina contends that you can make anything taste good with a little bit of her favorite three ingredients: lemon juice, olive oil, and salt. So that became the name for the cookbook, except salt was replaced with love. When this cookbook was released, it met with rave reviews. In fact, the New York times rated it a best cookbook of the year, writing, Author of the cult-favorite Cooking for Artists, Mina Stone, returns with a collection of 80 new recipes inspired by her traditional Greek heritage and her years cooking for some of New York's most innovative artists.   I've watched a couple of interviews with Mina, and one thing she says over and over again was that when she was creating this cookbook is, she was constantly thinking about the love aspect of these recipes. By that, Mina was focusing on the comfort level and the coziness factor of the food. So that's what she was trying to capture with these 80 recipes. I found that so poignant, especially in light of the fact that she was putting this together during the pandemic while she's in lockdown in 2020. Mina is not the kind of person that comes up with a cookbook and then has to go out and create a bunch of recipes. That's not how Mina works. Instead, Mina pays attention to the recipes that she starts making again and again. So these are recipes that have staying power. They are the recipes that pass the Mina Test, and they rise to the top of her favorites because they are just naturally so good. Also, if you are a lover of reading cookbooks, you are going to really enjoy Mina's book. Before each section, there are essays from Mina that share stories about her family - and her grandmother, who is kind of the original Greek cook in Mina's life.  Mina has great insight, not only on these recipes and ingredients but also from her sheer personal experience.  I couldn't help, but think as I was reading this cookbook that Mina could write a memoir because her stories are so intriguing. In addition to the essays for each section of the book, every recipe gets a little personal introduction as well. For an excerpt, I selected a few little snippets from a section that Mina calls My Kitchen. This is a chapter about the key ingredients that Mina uses on repeat. She writes, I've always found pantry lists in cookbooks to be intimidating. Asa self-trained home cook, I never sought out hard-to-find ingredients. It never crossed my mind as an option. The ingredients in my recipes and the food found in my pantry reflect my surroundings touched with a dose of Greekness. (It can't be helped.) Here are some thoughts on how I approach cooking in my kitchen, what I like to keep in my cupboards, what I run out to the store for, and some clarification on how I wrote the recipes.   Salt Sea salt is more salty and kosher salt is less salty. Because kosher salt is less salty it gives you more control over the seasoning. For example, it is great for seasoning meat because you can use more and achieve a lovely salt crust as well as the right amount of seasoning without oversalting. It is the salt up using the most.   Extra-Virgin Olive Oil I like to use olive oil sparingly during cooking (this makes thedish lighter) and add the bulk of it at the end, once cooking is completed. use much more olive oil in the recipes than people are accustomed to using. suggest adding more than you would think when you're cooking from this book. That's a great little tidbit, especially if you're using olive oil for cooking with your garden harvest. There is so much that comes out of our garden that goes into the pan with a ton of olive oil. But now, maybe you can dial that back a little bit with this tip from Mina.   Lemons They add floral buoyancy but, above all, a fresh form of acid that I usually prefer to vinegar. When using lemons for zest, try to always use organic ones.    I've never thought about lemons that way, but I love how she describes that floral buoyancy. And, you know, she's exactly right. Personally, I also think that there's something just a little less harsh about lemon juice as compared to vinegar. So if you have a sensitive tummy, consider incorporating lemon juice instead of vinegar.   Green Herbs: Parsley, Mint, Cilantro, and Basil I like fresh herbs in abundance and can often find a place to incorporate them with relative ease. In the recipes, herbs are usually measured by the handful: 1 handful equals about 1/4 cup. It doesn't need to be exact, but that is a good place to start if you need it. This advice is helpful as well because if you're planning your kitchen garden, you need to think about how many plants you need to plant so that you can have an abundant harvest. Just to give you an idea of how much Basil I use in the summertime, I usually end up buying about four to five flats of Basil.   Dried Oregano Oregano is my number one dried herb. Greek oregano has a pronounced savory and earthy flavor to it, and it is my preference to use in more traditional Greek dishes. Better-quality dried oregano, which is milder in flavor, is great to use as a general seasoning for salad, fish, and meats.   This book is 272 pages of more than eighty Mediterranean-style dishes and the stories that inspired them. These recipes are uncomplicated, and they're Mina's go-to recipes. And, of course, they can always be enhanced with lemon, olive oil, and salt. You can get a copy of Lemon, Love & Olive Oil by Mina Stone and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $15.   Botanic Spark 2017 Death of Polly Park, American-Australian amateur gardener, speaker, and writer. Remembered as the designer of Boxford, a Canberra garden, Polly and her husband Peter created classic garden styles using their own creativity and gumption. On their half-acre suburban property, Boxford attracted visitors from across the world and featured six unique gardens: a modern garden inspired by Roberto Burle Marx, an English knot garden, a parterre garden with an Italien statue from Florence, a Chinese garden inspired by the Suzhou ("sue-joe") garden, an Indian garden, and a Japanese garden. Polly and Peter made a great garden team. Polly came up with the design ideas, and Peter was the muscle. Polly created the stone courtyard for the Indian garden and a mosaic inspired by the great 20th-century Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer ("Nee-myer") for the modern garden. Peter built the pond and meditation house for the Japanese garden. In 1988, Polly wrote a biography of their gardens in the book The World in My Garden. Although Boxford was identified as a National heritage site - after Peter and Polly sold the property in 2006 - the garden was destroyed. In 2011, Peter died. Polly followed him home six years later on this day at the age of 96. You can get a used copy of The World in My Garden by Polly Park and support the show for around $17.    Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.   John Hope, Arthur Cleveland Coxe, Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli, Francis Younghusband, Lemon, Love & Olive Oil by Mina Stone, Polly Park

Best Of Neurosummit
John Densmore: Origins of Creativity with The Doors' Drummer Part 1

Best Of Neurosummit

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 32:05


How is it that some people can perform moving pieces of music, or write a thrilling manuscript, or create a deeply emotional piece of art? What is the secret to artistic genius? Today's guest is Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and iconic drummer of The Doors, John Densmore. In this uplifting interview, he talks about his latest book, “The Seekers – Meetings with Remarkable Musicians (and Other Artists).” Inspired by mystic G.I. Gurdjieff's classic work, “Meetings with Remarkable Men,” Densmore's latest book is a collection of short vignettes of his encounters with musicians such as Patti Smith, Lou Reed, and Janice Joplin, as well as spiritual teachers like Ram Dass, the Dalai Lama, and Joseph Campbell. Each a luminary in their own right, Densmore shares stories of the creative thread that runs through each mystic, musician, and teacher as he searched for the origin of creativity and artistry. He shares several experiences he's had with LA Philharmonic conductor Gustavo Dudamel and how so much can be learned in the moments of silence between notes. The universal language of music is always a direct connection to one another's heart. This is Part 1 of the interview. Info: JohnDensmore.com

The Fierce Female Network
Musical Showcase Corky Wink and Paul Flannery Smash Hit Makers

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 23:00


Paul Flannery a singer, song writer and producer. Music has helped me through the journey of life and has been an outlet for me, allowing me to express myself. I have known from a very young age that music was not only just something I listened to, but it is a way of life. It doesn't matter what situation I am going through; music has helped me get through it all. My last 2 songs were written, produced and sang in the back of an RV, determination allowing me to push through. I have been played on the radio in several places such as, KFMA Tucson Arizona, KISS FM Arkansas, Jamshphere Radio, New York Live and The Fierce Female Network. These stations were both FM and Internet stations.

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Oscar-nominated and multiple Emmy winner Alfre Woodard, star of new series The Porter on BET plus

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 7:45


ABOUT ALFRE WOODARD AND THE PORTERBET+ has a new series on its way called The Porter and it's a civil rights drama that'll keep you coming back for more.The weekly series is set to premiere on May 5th and has an ensemble cast including Alfre Woodard, who also serves as an executive producer for the series.Woodard plays Fay, a woman who runs the local brothel in St. Antoine who is sexy, direct, and takes great pride in living life on her own terms.Set in the early 1920s and inspired by real events, the drama follows two train porters and their friends and families as a tragedy on the job sets them on starkly different paths to better lives - and on a direct collision course with each other.Other cast members include Aml Ameen, Ronnie Rowe Jr., Mouna Traoré, Loren Lott, Olunike Adeliyi, Luke Bilyk, Sabryn, Paul Essiembre, Arnold Pinnock, Bruce Ramsay, and Luc Roderique.The show will premiere on BET+ on Thursday, May 5th with all episodes readily available for streaming. Here's the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjgaLE16BOoAlfre Woodard's work as an actor has earned her an Oscar nomination, four Emmy Awards and seventeen Emmy nominations, three SAG Awards and a Golden Globe. The versatile Boston University School of Fine Arts graduate has portrayed doctors, judges, mothers high and low, queens, freedom fighters, suburban neighbors, POTUS and a comic book supervillain.Woodard's illustrious body of work includes an Oscar nominated performance in Martin Ritt's Cross Creek; HBO's Mandela, for which she earned an ACE award for her portrayal of Winnie Mandela; Lawrence Kasdan's Grand Canyon; John Sayles' Passion Fish; Joseph Sargent's Miss Evers' Boys, for which she won an Emmy, SAG and Golden Globe Awards; Spike Lee's Crooklyn; Gina Prince-Bythewood's Love and Basketball; Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys; Maya Angelou's Down in The Delta, and, most importantly, her intergalactic turn with Captain Picard in Star Trek: First Contact.We've enjoyed Alfre's astonishing range on screen over four decades, about which she advises "Google me!"She played Betty Applewhite on the ABC drama Desperate Housewives and Ruby Jean Reynolds, mother to Lafayette Reynolds, on HBO's True Blood. Woodard co-starred in Lifetime's hit remake of Steel Magnolias, for which she was nominated for Screen Actors Guild and Emmy Awards, and won a NAACP Image Award for her performance as Ouiser.Most recently, she appeared in the acclaimed drama 12 Years A Slave, directed by Steve McQueen, and Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, plus New Line's Annabelle, and the Netflix Original feature Juanita, as the title character. Somehow she also found time to star in Marvel'S Luke Cage as the diabolical Mariah Dillard, and she also appeared in the Apple series SEE, opposite Jason Momoa. Woodard also gave voice to Sarabi in Jon Favreau's Live Action The Lion King. Recently, her riveting portrayal of a death row prison warden in Chinonye Chukwu's Clemency, was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.Whilst building this illustrious career, Alfre co-founded Artists for a New South Africa, a nonprofit working to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS and further the cause of democracy and human rights in South Africa and the U.S. For this and her anti apartheid activism she was honored with the Order of Companions of Oliver Tambo, that country's highest civilian medal. Alfre directed and produced, Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales, which won the 2010 Audiobook of the Year, and garnered a 2010 Grammy Award nomination for "Best Children's Spoken Word Album." The audiobook hosts a collaboration of talent both broad and diverse, featuring: Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman, and Samuel L. Jackson.In 2009, President Barack Obama appointed her to his President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities. As part of her work on the Committee, Woodard adopted several high poverty and under-performing public schools around the country.She is an active advocate for the arts in education, largely through her work on the Committee's "Turnaround Arts" initiative, which was launched in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Education and the White House Domestic Policy Council to narrow the achievement gap and increase student engagement through the arts. Now based in the Kennedy Center, Turnaround Arts is spurring the creativity, expanding the scholarship, nurturing the citizenship, and introducing possibility in the lives of 50,000 kids, while turning around 80 formerly 'at risk' schools nationwide.She says acting is her profession, but feels everyone's real job "is to learn how to love each other - in our households, in our communities," she has said. "We do that by working for justice."Woodard is unfazed by the glitz of celebrity, but is grateful for its opportunity to "get her to the mic".  She remains fueled by the values she learned growing up in Tulsa.In November 2014, she was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, and took the opportunity to credit her parents in her acceptance remarks. Her parents, always mindful of the hardship of others, "planted the seed of humanity" in her as a child. "They allowed me artistic as well as personal freedom. They didn't say 'go out and conquer' or 'go out and accumulate,' they just said 'Go. Do it. Be it. Be yourself. Fill yourself all the way up, Alfre, and never, ever forget your neighbor.'" 

The Fierce Female Network
Mia Moneé Is Sizzling

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 27:00


Mia Monee is an artist devoted to expressing the trueness of human emotion and what we experience in life. Doing my best to use my music to connect with people around the world in the pursuit of unity is my mission and my passion. I am grateful for all opportunities I have been and will be given to connect with people and share the power of music made from love.

The Miniature Podcast
An Artist's Tease of "The Art of..." Kickstarter Vol 4 - 6 -- Chris Suhre

The Miniature Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 31:41


In this episode, our interview is with return guest Chris Suhre. We discussed his part in the upcoming "The Art of..." Volumes 4-6 Kickstarter by Dave Taylor. Chris is one of three artists in this Kickstarter along side Tommie Soule and Seyni N'Daive.During our interview, Chris and I talk about what kind of content he's including in his book and what he wants the readers to come away with. Specifically, we talk about how much of the book is going to be instruction and how much is going to be Chris reflecting on past projects. A large percentage is going to be walking us through Chris' thought process and desision making from several of his past projects.Overall this interview gave me a great insight into what to expect from "The Art of Chris Suhre" and I'm more excited to get my hand on these next three volumes.CHECK OUT "THE ART OF..." BY DAVE TAYLOR KICKSTARTER HERE- https://www.instagram.com/chris_suhre_miniature_art- https://www.puttyandpaint.com/DVader- https://figurementors.com/Artists/chris-suhre/

Studs
The Back Side of an Embroidered Pony (Sad Eagle Mix)

Studs

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 52:48


Keep up with Scott's work on Mixcloud. I know he digs this set and this one. This one here is mighty groovy too. Scott would have you watch the 2001 documentary Scratch for free on YouTube. He would also urge you to listen closely to Critical Beatdown by the Ultramagnetic Emcees.If you're in Berlin, hit up Scotts fave record shops: Dodo Beach, Space Hall, and Lefte Records. If you're not in Berlin, Scott still thinks you should stopping thinking about it and just get a record player.Dig our explorations of working lives? Please show your support at Patreon.Get in touch on Insta, Twitter, Facebook, or at podcastforaliving [at] gmail.Please hit that follow button and share the pod with your people.As always, special thanks to Liv Hunt for logo design, Rotem Fisher for mastering audio, and Brian Trahan for music production and engineering. Our theme song is Nile's Blues by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons by an Attribution 4.0 License. Be kind and stay healthy. Thank you for listening. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Studs
Diggin' Deep with Scott Williams, aka Sad Eagle

Studs

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 85:11


Keep up with Scott's work on Mixcloud. I know he digs this set and this one. This one here is mighty groovy too.  Scott would have you watch the 2001 documentary Scratch for free on YouTube. He would also urge you to listen closely to Critical Beatdown by the Ultramagnetic Emcees. If you're in Berlin, hit up Scotts fave record shops: Dodo Beach, Space Hall, and Lefte Records. If you're not in Berlin, Scott still thinks you should stopping thinking about it and just get a record player. Dig our explorations of working lives? Please show your support at Patreon.Get in touch on Insta, Twitter, Facebook, or at podcastforaliving [at] gmail.Please hit that follow button and share the pod with your people.As always, special thanks to Liv Hunt for logo design, Rotem Fisher for mastering audio, and Brian Trahan for music production and engineering. Our theme song is Nile's Blues by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons by an Attribution 4.0 License. Be kind and stay healthy. Thank you for listening. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★