We're doing a double-feature of Ari Aster flicks, and the one we're starting with is 2019's Midsommar! This folk horror tale about a bad breakup is surely inspired by The Wicker Man, but Aster goes above and beyond with a sprawling tale or cultural rituals that draws from historical fact. We talk about the film's pacing, its metaphors on grief and empathy, the realistic gore, and that gut-punching opening sequence. We're also drinking Tree House Brewing's House Beer Lime in Tequila Barrels! Approximate timeline 0:00-7:00 Intro 7:00-15:00 Beer talk 15:00-end Midsommar Next up: Aster's Beau is Afraid --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bloodandblackrum/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bloodandblackrum/support
Film at Lincoln Center Podcast
Welcome to a new episode of the Film at Lincoln Center podcast. This week we're excited to present two conversations, the first a Programmers Preview with the team behind the New York African Film Festival, currently taking place in our theaters through May 16, followed by a Q&A with writer/director Ari Aster from a recent screening of his latest feature, the Joaquin Phoenix-starring Beau Is Afraid. Launched in 1993, the New York African Film Festival was one of the first film festivals in the United States to reflect on the myriad ways African and diaspora filmmakers have used the moving image to tell complex nuanced stories of cultural and aesthetic significance. Under the banner title, Freeforms, the festival will present over 50 films from more than 25 countries that explore and embrace the visionary, probing, and fearless spirit of African film and diaspora storytelling. Listen to our discussion with New York African Film Festival's Founder and Executive Director, Mahen Bonetti, Program Manager, Dara Ojugbele, and Curator and Office Manager, Farima Kone Kito. To view the lineup and get tickets to this year's festival, please visit filmlinc.org/african. On the occasion of the release of his latest feature, Beau Is Afraid, Film at Lincoln Center recently presented a curated selection of films handpicked by Ari Aster to complement the director's highly anticipated new film. This eclectic and unexpected collection of masterworks drawn from seven decades of film history across a range of genres and production contexts shed light on the inspirations and influences behind one of the most compelling directorial voices in Hollywood today. Following a screening of Beau Is Afraid, Aster joined us to speak with FLC Assistant Programmer Maddie Whittle about his inspirations for making the film.
On this episode, we are diving in deep with Music Talk featuring Arty Aster. We talk about the intricacies of choruses, how music affects us on a psychological level, and we talk about Arty's history with music and his approach to writing. One huge take away is the fact that Arty truly loves making music, even if there's no dollar amount attached to it. https://www.instagram.com/artyastersax/Follow us on Social Media for TONS more content! https://www.instagram.com/hey_there_delaney/https://www.instagram.com/wearecreativepodcast/https://www.instagram.com/umi_flow/
In this episode, we review the latest Ari Aster film, Beau is Afraid. We discuss the concept of the film, how that impacted our viewing experience and our thoughts of Aster as a film maker. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
So...we just gonna ignore the bear then?This week, Matt and Cody bring outside offerings in the form of Ari Aster's second directorial outing and one of the most meme'd movies of the decade, Midsommar! The boys ring around the maypole with a discussion spanning: Mr. Aster's budding Horror legacy of grief shrieks, the terror of getting older, and the intricacies laced into every fiber of this film. Not to mention: pissed off boyfriends, pissed on ancestral trees, the power of "Miss Flo", the power of another community member's "flow", and how much help is really needed in an orgy...Grab a mallet, they're still twitching, and take a leap with your two elders into an unforgettable viewing experience and an episode of the pod you love to watch go up in smoke.Thanks for listening!Twitter/Instagram: @nighthowlspod
Today on Wussy Movie Club, we are terrified to review Ari Aster's latest nailbiting epic, ‘Beau is Afraid'! Aster's third picture stars Joaquin Phoenix as the titular Beau, alongside Parker Posey, Nathan Lane, and Patti LuPone. Also stick around to find out how this one ranks alongside Midsommar and Hereditary. WUSSY Movie Club is hosted by two Queer film lovers: Johne Kilberg and DJ Shaw. WUSSY Movie Club is a weekly roundtable movie podcast examines films a Queer lens, featuring themed seasons and special interviews with Queer filmmakers. Every Wednesday, a rotating cast of LGBTQIA+ voices will dish on their favorite films of past and present. Join the club and be a part of the discussion! WUSSY Movie Club is part of the WUSSY Podcast Network, hosted by WUSSY Mag (@wussymag) Produced by Jon Dean @jondeanphoto Podcast Art created by Nick Sheridan @glass.knuckles Podcast Music by DJ Helix @1djhelix Join the WUSSY Movie Club on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/wussymovieclub/ Follow WUSSY Movie Club on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WussyMovieClub/
Peter en Aster voorspellen de halve finales. Met zeven Belgen, jawel, maar ja. Milan wordt het historisch voordeel toegekend, maar stadiongenoot Inter heeft de vorm mee. De waardig ouder geworden spitsen zullen het wel spannend maken. En Real: nog eens? Of kan de volmaakte tactische tekening van Man City het lot omspelen? Twee dingen zijn zeker: Guardiola zal niet slapen en Ancelotti droomt van zijn tractor.
IMPÔTS : EN AVONS-NOUS POUR NOTRE ARGENT ? LES EXPERTS : - Nicolas BOUZOU - Économiste – Directeur fondateur du cabinet de conseil Asterès - Anne-Sophie ALSIF - Cheffe économiste BDO France - Cabinet d'analyse économique - Sophie FAY - Journaliste au Monde - spécialiste des questions de transports - François ECALLE - Ancien rapporteur général de la Cour des Comptes – Président de Fipeco.fr
C dans l'air du 29 avril - Impôts LES EXPERTS : - Nicolas BOUZOU - Économiste – Directeur fondateur du cabinet de conseil Asterès - François ECALLE - Ancien rapporteur général de la Cour des Comptes – Président de Fipeco.fr - Sophie FAY - Journaliste au Monde - spécialiste des questions de transports - Anne-Sophie ALSIF - Cheffe économiste BDO France - Cabinet d'analyse économique La promesse n'est pas passé inaperçue. Mercredi dernier, Gabriel Attal, affirme que de nouvelles baisses d'impôts auront lieu au cours du quinquennat pour les classes moyennes. Le ministre chargé des Comptes publics, qui n'a pas apporté plus de précisions sur les Français concernés, a indiqué que ces baisses seront réalisées dans la volonté de bâtir un « plan Marshall pour les classes moyennes ». Une annonce qui n'est pas du goût de tous les économistes, alors que l'agence de notation financière Fitch a rétrogradé la note de la France de « AA » à « AA- », un signe de méfiance par rapport à la capacité de réforme du gouvernement français après les mouvements sociaux déclenchés par la réforme des retraites. En attendant, le ministère des comptes publics a lancé mardi dernier un site Internet intitulé « En avoir pour mes impôts ». Dans un contexte où le consentement à l'imposition est de plus en plus difficile, ce site vise à détailler les dépenses de l'État dans l'entretien des services publics. Une démarche qui s'accompagne d'une consultation en ligne destinée à savoir comment les contribuables souhaitent que cet argent soit utilisé. Autre annonce du gouvernement : un renforcement de la lute contre la fraude sociale et fiscale. « Des mesures fortes » sont à venir, assure l'exécutif, quelques jours après la polémique suscitée par les propos de Bruno Le Maire sur ceux qui envoient leurs aides sociales vers leur pays d'origine. Parmi ces mesures fortes, Attal souhaiterait doubler les effectifs du service d'enquête judiciaire. Dans certains départements justement, comme dans les Alpes-Maritimes, des brigades d'enquêteurs sont déjà déployées pour traquer les fraudeurs, notamment à l'aide des réseaux sociaux. Mais cette lutte contre la fraude sociale est jugée disproportionnée pour l'opposition, qui aimerait plutôt se concentrer sur la fraude fiscale, autrement plus importante. Pendant ce temps, des Assisses des concessions d'autoroute devraient avoir lieu d'ici l'été. Le gouvernement a demandé au Conseil d'État de quelle manière il serait possible de raccourcir la durée des concessions de certaines sociétés autoroutières plus rentables que prévu. Le sujet des autoroutes a toujours été sensible en France, il est même devenu un symbole lors du mouvement des Gilets jaunes. La question de leur nationalisation est un serpent de mer dans le débat public. Alors, qui bénéficiera de ces baisses d'impôts promises par le gouvernement ? Quelles mesures pourrait déployer le gouvernement contre la fraude sociale et la fraude fiscale ? Faut-il en finir avec les concessions autoroutières ? DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé - Bruno Duvic REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard, Corentin Son, Benoît Lemoine PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/
Hello and welcome to an all new episode of Some Like It Scott! On this week's episode, the two Scotts test their nightmare comedy bona fides with a review of Ari Aster's third film, the Odyssean epic, BEAU IS AFRAID. After discussing Joaquin Phoenix's performance, Aster's numerous themes, and whether the film might just have been "too much", the co-hosts turn their attention to the news of Robert Pattinson's casting in Chloe Zhao's upcoming Dracula film, as well as Charli XCX's addition to the cast of FACES OF DEATH remake from HOW TO BLOW UP A PIPELINE's Daniel Goldhaber. See time codes below: 4:24 - BEAU IS AFRAID review 1:00:15 - Robert Pattinson in Chloe Zhao's Dracula movie 1:06:17 - Charli XCX in Daniel Goldhaber's FACES OF DEATH remake Next week: ARE YOU THERE GOD? IT'S ME, MARGARET. (Theaters) Patreon: www.patreon.com/MediaPlugPods
With the arrival of Beau Is Afraid, Ari Aster's latest epic dark comedy, Dave and Joe felt they needed to have an Aster skeptic in the third seat to help bring some balance to the proceedings. Welcoming back returning guest Kyle Ferguson, the conversation is predictably lively, spilling over to our second film, Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, a film that also has a troubled person played by Joaquin Phoenix at its center. With some pretty nice thematic beer pairings from Stone and Hong Kong's Young Master Brewery, this is a BaaM episode that is sure to delight.
Welcome listeners to SEASON 3 - Episode 35 of The Yonkō Table! Featuring your host Yonkō GrandMaster Hoop, fellow Yonkō DrJaceAttorney, and Supernova Dr. Mondo! The third entry in Ari Aster's revitalization of modern horror comes horror-comedy Beau is Afraid! Fan-favorite Joaquin Phoenix takes us into a wild journey of the mind and makes us question reality itself on Beau's odyssey to go visit his mother, but is all as it seems? Where is the line between reality and fiction? Is this another great film on generational trauma? How does the film stack up with Aster's prior horror hits, Hereditary and Midsommar? AND WHY IS MARIAH CAREY IN THIS MOVIE?! This and so much more, so quit swabbing the deck, come have a seat, and get fed with this week's episode of The Yonkō Table! Discord: https://tinyurl.com/44bpr4hn Patreon: https://tinyurl.com/yzv488vr Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/drjaceattorney Be sure to follow us on: Twitter: https://tinyurl.com/nxhw66te Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/u2tcbdvx Facebook: facebook.com/yonkotable Youtube: https://tinyurl.com/2mudtdwm Instagram: instagram.com/theyonkotable
AwardsWatch Oscar and Emmy Podcasts
On episode 179 of The AwardsWatch Podcast, AwardsWatch Executive Editor Ryan McQuade is joined by AwardsWatch contributors Dan Bayer and Zach Laws to give their thoughts Beau Is Afraid and Evil Dead Rise, as well as answer some listener questions. Director Ari Aster has become one of the most popular directors of the last ten years, creating his own brand of horror films with hits like Hereditary and Midsommar. With his third feature, he has made an anxiety filled dark comedy that is three hours long and packed with just about anything that can come from the director's mind. By doing this, Aster has made the most divisive film of the year, one that team dive fully into with not just a discussion of the context of the film, but the discourse that has followed since its release. Once they are done, they give their brief reactions to the latest entry into the Evil Dead franchise. Towards the end of the episode, the team answer some listener questions, with topics including movies that they ‘hate,' going into detail as to what point of their viewing experience did they realize that didn't like the movie. They also talk about their favorite films about ‘nature' and what are some of their favorite needle drops in films. You can listen to The AwardsWatch Podcast wherever you stream podcasts, from iTunes, iHeartRadio, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Spotify, Audible, Amazon Music and more. This podcast runs 2h03m. We will be back next week the 2023 Summer Movie Draft. Till then, enjoy the show. Music: “Modern Fashion” from AShamaleuvmusic (intro), “B-3” from BoxCat Games Nameless: The Hackers RPG Soundtrack (outro).
Kelsi and Trey explore Ari Aster's 'Beau Is Afraid' with poet James Steck. Aster is the writer/director of Hereditary and Midsommar and is back with his third film -- this time starring Joaquin Phoenix.Where to find James:Instagram: @jamodsteckLong Now Contributor page: https://longnow.org/people/james-steck/Quail Bell Magazine - Three Poems1) http://www.quailbellmagazine.com/the-unreal-20/poetry-canyons-coasts-and-cities-a-few-hours-away-from-the-corn-palace-by-james-steck2) http://www.quailbellmagazine.com/the-unreal-20/poetry-canyons-coasts-and-cities-cooking-dinner-by-james-steck3) http://www.quailbellmagazine.com/the-unreal-20/poetry-canyons-coasts-and-cities-wilmington-by-james-steck30 Movies that Inspired Ari Aster's 'Beau Is Afraid'Send requests, questions, and thoughts to our email: email@example.comPlease rate and review us on your podcast platform!Apple PodcastsSpotifyFollow our Letterboxd: The Extra CreditsFollow our Instagram: @extracreditspodFollow our Twitter: @theextracreditsFollow our Tik Tok: The Extra Credits
Ari Aster's third feature, the Oedipal nightmare comedy ‘Beau Is Afraid,' is here. Sean discusses the film's virtuosic gifts and alienating approach at length with Adam Nayman (1:00). Then, Sean is joined by Aster to discuss how he made his thrilling new movie (58:00). Host: Sean Fennessey Guests: Ari Aster and Adam Nayman Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"Beau Is Afraid" is the latest film from auteur director Ari Aster and it's proving to be his most divisive but fascinating feature yet. The nightmarish horror comedy is a three-hour-long epic odyssey that takes Beau (Joaquin Phoenix) to the ends of the earth on a journey to visit his mother, with whom he has a complex relationship. After hitting him with their car, he awakens to meet the kindly couple, Grace (Amy Ryan) and Roger (Nathan Lane), who may not be who they say they are to Beau. Amy and Nathan were kind enough to spend some time talking with me about their work on the film, collaborating with Aster and more. Please check it out below, enjoy and be sure to check out the film, which is currently playing in theaters from A24! Thank you. Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWA7KiotcWmHiYYy6wJqwOw And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We are joined by the talented Kylie Rogers, starring in Ari Aster's much anticipated 'Beau is Afraid' & as young Beth on the mega TV hit 'Yellowstone'. We talk about starting her acting career at age 8, how Dennis Hopper is an inspiration for her character in 'Beau is Afraid', working with Aster & Joaquin Phoenix, her most challenging scene on 'Yellowstone and much more. 'Beau is Afraid' premieres in US theaters on April 21st, 2023
Disclosure: We are part of the Amazon Affiliate/LTK Creator programs. We will receive a small commission at no cost if you purchase a book. This post may contain links to purchase books & you can read our affiliate disclosure here. In this episode, I enjoyed chatting with author Willow Aster about her experience with Kindle Vella, her upcoming book releases, and some of her favorite authors and book recommendations. Willow shared her unique writing process for Kindle Vella and how it differs from her usual novel-writing approach. We also discussed her books Summer Time, Autumn Nights, and the soon-to-be-released Unforgettable, part of her new Landmark Mountain series. Don't miss this episode filled with insights into the writing process and author recommendations.PODCAST SPONSOR: Epigraph Literary FestivalIf your idea of a good time is spending time with book people, you won't want to miss the Epigraph Literary Festival. The Epigraph Literary Festival is a 3-day virtual event that introduces readers to authors with new and upcoming books and hosts genre and lifestyle-themed sessions. There are two Epigrah Literary Festivals each year, with a Spring Summer Festival in April and a Fall Winter Festival in September. You want to attend our fun happy hour sessions at the end of each festival day.So join us at the festival from April 27th - 29th, 2023, by registering at: epigraphlitfest.com.If you missed the festival, catch the replays, and you can find that link also at epigraphlitfest.com or join us live at the next festival.SHOWNOTES AND BOOK LINKShttp://WhattoReadNextBlog.comCheck out our YouTube Channel;https://www.whattoreadnextblog.com/youtubeMusic from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/hartzmann/sunnyLicense code: 0RDRBKGH6NGQCAXR
Kelsi and Trey recap and review Ari Aster's Beau Is Afraid -- our favorite nightmare! Aster is the writer/director of Hereditary and Midsommar and is back with a third film starring Joaquin Phoenix.Non-Spoiler Review (first 23 minutes)Spoiler Review (23:09)30 Movies that Inspired Ari Aster's 'Beau Is Afraid'Send requests, questions, and thoughts to our email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease rate and review us on your podcast platform!Apple PodcastsSpotifyFollow our Letterboxd: The Extra CreditsFollow our Instagram: @extracreditspodFollow our Twitter: @theextracreditsFollow our Tik Tok: The Extra Credits
A rare fight for the Firewire Adventures Guild continues, as Astley, Spectre, Springle, and Captian Boardwalk fight to free Kokusho, Kate, and Aster from the clutches of Cole and McGruffle.
Ari Aster's latest, Beau is Afraid, expands its theatrical run this weekend, and it also happens to be my personal Most Anticipated Film of 2023! SO, I thought it'd be a great time to check back with our previous thoughts on Aster, when Sunshine Mayfield & I reviewed Midsommar 5 years ago on The Movie Ark (Season 3 Episode 16) enjoy... Stay Tuned for an ALL NEW Road To Reckoning Next Week, M:I Ghost Protocol w/ Brendan Reilly Intro "bondiglo" by nARK Outro "btbbms" by nARK Produced By : Noah Blanchard Released By : The ARK of E Network Support : www.patreon.com/thearkofe Contact : email@example.com , @thearkofenetwork
Director and writer Jefferson Dutton (The Sloppy Boys) joins to discuss the newly released dark comedy BEAU IS AFRAID starring Joaquin Phoenix, Patti LuPone, Nathan Lane, Amy Ryan, Stephen McKinley Henderson and Parker Posey. Written and directed by Ari Aster (Hereditary, Midsommar), BEAU IS AFRAID revolves around a deeply fearful middle-aged man's nightmarish journey to properly attend to his mother's unexpected death. Aster's surrealist film has divided critics, many of whom find genuine depth in the movie's neurotic enigmas and others who claim BEAU to be a hollow auteur exercise coasting on A24's good will. Either way, BEAU IS AFRAID has shown early strength at the specialty box office, outperforming all limited releases in recent memory. Join Mama Needs a Movie as we try to decode the Mother of All Mommy Issue Movies, along with diversions into Darren Aronofsky, The Odyssey, sleeping during movies, The Fly, Perry Mason, Nightmare on Elm Street, M. Night Shyamalan, Synecdoche New York, and much much more! BEAU IS AFRAID is currently in theaters.
Caught with a dangerous weapon, Hyacinth and Maxine cooperate with Sheriff Dalrymple. Our mavens review the lead suspects and clues. They make a thrilling accusation with the help of Merlin the cat. Who murdered Aster? Who stalled the brunch cruise? Who has motive? Grab your doppelganger and tune in to the thrilling conclusion of Cozy City.Cozy City is a mini-series produced by Fun City and Fortunate Horse.Support the Fun City team and access bonus content on Patreon: http://patreon.com/funcityventuresLearn more about Brindlewood Bay by Jason Cordova: https://www.gauntlet-rpg.com/brindlewood-bay.html—@funcityventures is the show on twitter@funcityventures is the show on firstname.lastname@example.org is the show on tiktokAll episodes are on http://funcity.venturesBijan Stephen (@bijanstephen) is Hyacinth CarterShannon Odell (@shodell) is Maxine MabelMike Rugnetta (@mikerugnetta) is EdgarJenn de la Vega (@randwiches) is The Keeper and everything else—This episode was recorded at various locations around Brooklyn, New York; and Los Angeles, CA. Produced by Jenn de la Vega. Edited and sound designed by Sam Grant. Mixed and mastered by Mike Rugnetta.“Pixlriffs is a trio of frogs croaking into the night along the bay.”
Kwartfinales! Peter en Aster voorspellen de affiches, in de Champions League en daaronder. Ze zien een pad des doods en een Europa League-pad, spelen de imaginaire euro's uit op City en niet op Bayern - want Tüchel moet toch nog wat zoeken -, dromen weg bij de jeugdelftallen van Frank Lampard en speculeren op drie Belgische ploegen in Europese halve finales - 't kan zomaar, niet?
One week before Easter, the chef of the Greek Program, Rafail Pateras, gives us today a delicious recipe for Easter biscuits with chocolate. - Μία εβδομάδα πριν την Ανάσταση ο σεφ του Ελληνικού Προγράμματος, Ραφαήλ Πατέρας, μας δίνει σήμερα μια νόστιμη συνταγή για πασχαλινά κουλούρια με σοκολάτα.
Ce jeudi 6 avril, Guillaume Paul a reçu Nicolas Bouzou, fondateur du cabinet de conseil Asterès, Christian De Boissieu, économiste et vice-président du Cercle des Economistes, et Gaël Sliman, président d'Odoxa, dans l'émission Les Experts sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Ce jeudi 6 avril, les conséquences de la réforme des retraites et de l'inflation sur le moral économique des Français ont été abordées par Nicolas Bouzou, fondateur du cabinet de conseil Asterès, Christian De Boissieu, économiste et vice-président du Cercle des Economistes, et Gaël Sliman, président d'Odoxa, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Guillaume Paul sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Ce jeudi 6 avril, les raisons du ralentissement du commerce mondial en 2022, la rencontre d'Emmanuel Macron avec Xi Jinping, et l'avancée de la transition écologique malgré la consommation énergétique des français, ont été abordés par Nicolas Bouzou, fondateur du cabinet de conseil Asterès, Christian De Boissieu, économiste et vice-président du Cercle des Economistes, et Gaël Sliman, président d'Odoxa, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Harry Powers -AKA: John Schroeder, Joseph Gildow, Cornelius Orvin Pierson, A.R. Weaver, The BlueBeard of Quiet Dell, Mail-Order BlueBeard, The West Virginia BlueBeard, Herman Drenth, and probably many others!This man killed at LEAST five people that has been proven and confessed to. But are there more? Listen today's episode to get the whole, creepy story.Make sure your follow us on all the socials! We're on facebook, insta, youtube, and tiktok, @truecrimestateofmind . And twitter and snapchat @ truecrimestate. You can also email us with any of your suggestions or questions at email@example.com.
Join Katie and Allie as they talk to Katherine Sherbrooke about her historical fiction novel, The Hidden Life of Aster Kelly
ZEIT WISSEN - Woher weißt Du das?
Wenn Zahlendreher alltäglich sind und man beim Trinkgeldberechnen verzweifelt, dann hat man vielleicht Dyskalkulie. Bis zu fünf Prozent der Bevölkerung sind betroffen, schätzen Fachleute. Warum es so wichtig ist, die Diagnose früh zu bekommen, zeigt ein Besuch bei der zwölfjährigen Marie. Der @zeitwissen-Podcast erklärt, wann man von Dyskalkulie spricht, woher sie kommt und was man dagegen tun kann. Im zweiten Beitrag sprechen wir mit @zeitwissen-Redakteurin Katrin Zeug über ihre Lese- und Rechtschreibstörung. Welche Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede gibt es zur Dyskalkulie? (14:45) Und Christoph Drösser stellt die Grundsatzfrage: Wo kommen eigentlich die Zahlen her? (25:30) Die ZEIT WISSEN-Reportage über Marie und ihre Dyskalkulie lesen Sie im aktuellen ZEIT WISSEN-Magazin oder unter diesem Link: https://www.zeit.de/zeit-wissen/2023/02/dyskalkulie-rechnen-zahlen-schule In Langzeituntersuchungen fanden Forscher wie Michael von Aster heraus, wie Dyskalkulie im frühen Alter erkannt werden kann und wie Frühförderung hilft: http://www.esf-koordinierung.de/projects/schues Marie Aggiatos Song zum Thema Schulstress hören Sie hier: https://on.soundcloud.com/Fncui Katrin Zeugs Artikel über Legasthenie ist im ZEIT WISSEN-Magazin erschienen. Hier online (#abo): https://www.zeit.de/zeit-wissen/2018/06/legasthenie-lesen-schreiben-buchstaben-fehler-nachteilsausgleich Eine kostenlose Probeausgabe des ZEIT WISSEN-Magazins erhalten Sie unter http://www.zeit.de/wissen-podcast. Wir freuen uns über Kritik, Lob und Themenwünsche an firstname.lastname@example.org
Enneagram Three Lauren Vardaman joins Deedra and Megan on the podcast to talk about her journey being a Three and discovering some principles of Internal Family Systems (IFS) for her own healing. Lauren's story encompasses infant loss and miscarriage, and she reveals why learning about being a Three made so much sense as she looks at her grieving process and how she uses her tasking managers to make her way forward. Lauren is a 36-year-old wife to Lars and mama to one spunky five-and-three-quarters year old boy named Beau and two children in heaven named Ellis and Aster. She currently works in compensation consulting but has a diverse job history, from running beer festivals to working the expo floor at a national cable providers conference. She lives in Fort Myers, Florida, home of the recent largest hurricane in Florida history. Her happy place is the beach, and her angry place is on any road in Southwest Florida. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dauntless-grace-exchange/message
Mira chats with novelist Angie Cruz (How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water) about figuring out who you want to be, Angie's semi-secret history in fashion design and painting, the arrival of her character Cara Romero in her life, and questioning the truths of America in these most trying of times. MENTIONED: FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) Go Tell It On the Mountain by James Baldwin Just Above My Head by James Baldwin Jazz by Toni Morrison Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino Angie Cruz is a novelist and editor. Her most recent novel is How Not To Drown in A Glass of Water (2022). Her novel, Dominicana was the inaugural book pick for GMA book club and shortlisted for The Women's Prize, longlisted for the Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction, The Aspen Words Literary Prize, a RUSA Notable book and the winner of the ALA/YALSA Alex Award in fiction. It was named most anticipated/ best book in 2019 by Time, Newsweek, People, Oprah Magazine, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Esquire. Cruz is the author of two other novels, Soledad and Let It Rain Coffee and the recipient of numerous fellowships and residencies including the Lighthouse Fellowship, Siena Art Institute, and the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Fellowship. She's published shorter works in The Paris Review, VQR, Callaloo, Gulf Coast and other journals. She's the founder and Editor-in-chief of the award winning literary journal, Aster(ix) and is currently an Associate Professor at University of Pittsburgh. She divides her time between Pittsburgh, New York and Turin. For more Thresholds, visit us at www.thisisthresholds.com Please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, too! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam and Jordana discuss age as Don Lemon catches heat for a statement yesterday.
We speak for all mediocrities in the world! We are their champions! We are their patron saints! We talk talent, aspiration, jealousy, Amadeus and so much more with the wondrous Maryanna Aster!You can find Maryanna on the Internet here.You can find Maryanna on Instagram here.You Are Good is a feelings podcast about movies.Antonio Salieri's Revenge by Alex Ross (The New Yorker) can be read here.You can find us on Twitter, Instagram, Patreon and Apple Plus.This possible was made possible by your support! Thanks to everybody who supports us on Patreon and Apple Plus.Multitude handles our ad sales!The Music of You Are Good, Vol. 1 is here.You can hear a playlist of songs inspired by this conversation here!You can find producer Carolyn Kendrick's music here. She's also on Twitter.Miranda Zickler edited this episode!Fresh Lesh produces the beats for our episodes.Liz Climo designed our logo!
On this episode of the Business Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are “Rocket Ron” Epstein, PhD, of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Richard Aboulafia of AeroDynamic Advisory and Sash Tusa of Agency Partners. Topics: — US aerospace and defense stock performance as America posts stunning jobs figures and Federal Reserve makes .25 percent short term borrowing rate rise — European performance by the group as Bank of England raises interest rates to fight inflation without sparking recession — Impact of Chinese reconnaissance balloon flight across America and eventual shoot down as Beijing tries to warm relations itself has frosted with Washington and its allies — Implications of Advent acquisition of Mercury Systems as the innovative US chip maker considers putting itself on the market and the private equity firm expresses interest in making a deal — Boeing to open new 737 production line at the company's giant plant in Everett, Wash. — Update on supply chains and their impact on Airbus and Boeing production — Legacy of Boeing 747 jetliner as the last of 1,574 of the iconic aircraft that revolutionized air travel was delivered to Atlas Air — Update on the squabble between Qatar Airways and Airbus — France and Italy order 700 Aster anti air missiles as part of broader European drive to improve capabilities — What's next as Russia steps up assault on Ukraine before Kyiv takes delivery of donated infantry fighting vehicles and tanks
We start winding down our Ari Aster series with the first part of our discussion on Aster's 2019 folk horror hit, Midsommar. TW: suicide, murder, mental illness and specifically misrepresentations of bipolar disorder, racism, and cults. Follow the podcast on Twitter: @WONApodcast Follow Dax: @daxebaben Follow Mary Beth: @mbmcandrews Email us: WONApodcast@gmail.com
Caçadora de asteroides de São Paulo ganha prêmio da Nasa https://www.estadao.com.br/cultura/cacadora-de-asteroides-ganha-premio-da-nasa/ Bannon rationalizes the Brazil riots as others seek to distance them from Trump https://www.politico.com/news/2023/01/09/bannon-brazil-riots-trump-00077155 Amazing NASA Video Squeezes Over 100 Days on The Sun Into 1 Hour https://www.sciencealert.com/amazing-nasa-video-squeezes-over-100-days-on-the-sun-into-1-hour Estudo revela redução do buraco na camada de ozônio. O que isso diz sobre o futuro ... Read more
Twin Cities wife and husband team Brianna and Kurt Jorgensen perform and compose music together. Living together makes it oh-so-convenient to work on music details together. The Jorgensens trio performs this Saturday night at the Aster Café in Minneapolis starting at 9 PM. In a conversation with Phil Nusbaum, Brianna and Kurt addressed what it is like writing a song together.
Les Astéracées, autrefois appelées «Composées» comprennent près de 23.500 espèces, ce qui en fait la 2e famille du monde végétal et des plantes à fleurs, derrière les Orchidacées (25.000 espèces) mais devant les Fabacées. Chez ces plantes, les fleurs apparentes sont en réalité des «capitules» de fleurs minuscules. Ce sont très majoritairement des plantes herbacées, même si la famille comprend aussi des arbres, des arbustes ou des lianes. Le nom vient du genre type Aster, mot latin signifiant étoile, en référence aux capitules étoilés des fleurs. Cette famille (nombreuse) de plantes a donné peu de plantes cultivées, beaucoup moins que les Poaceae (graminées comme le blé), les Fabaceae (légumineuses comme le haricot, les lentilles ou les pois) ou les Solanaceae (pomme de terre ou tomate). La base de données FAOSTAT ne retient que six produits issus de cette famille : artichaut, carthame, laitue et chicorée, pyrèthre (fleurs séchées) et graines de tournesol. La principale espèce cultivée de cette famille est la laitue (Lactuca sativa), principale plante consommée comme salade dans le monde, sous de multiples formes : pommée, batavia, frisée, romaine, iceberg … Il y a aussi les chicorées (endive ou chicon), la scarole, la frisée, ainsi que la chicorée à café. Les Asteraceae fournissent aussi des racines et tubercules comestibles : salsifis et topinambour. Elles fournissent également des graines oléagineuses (tournesol), des infusions (camomille) mais aussi des liqueurs : l'absinthe, produit de la grande absinthe et le génépi. La stévia est un célèbre édulcorant, au pouvoir sucrant 200 à 300 fois supérieur à celui du saccharose, sans apporter de calories. De nombreuses espèces de composées sont utilisées comme plantes ornementales, bleuet, chrysanthèm, dahlia, souci, œillet d'Inde … De très nombreuses espèces d'Asteraceae sont considérées comme des mauvaises herbes des cultures : pissenlits, laiterons, cirses, ambroisies (celle là, originaire d'Amérique du Nord, est en plus envahissante et très allergène) … Les Asteraceae renferment relativement peu d'espèces toxiques, qui sont souvent à l'origine d'empoisonnements du bétail. Parmi les espèces les plus dangereuses figurent le séneçon. _______ Le Chemin de la Nature (CDN), fondé en 2011 par Christophe de Hody, a pour objectif de transmettre la connaissance des plantes sauvages, des champignons et de leurs usages au plus grand nombre. Il propose des ateliers et stages hebdomadaires, mais également des formations en ligne qui permettent aux amoureux de la nature d'acquérir des connaissances solides sur les plantes et les champignons sauvages et leurs usages. _______
Commercial Real Estate Pro Network
Today my guest is Jason Astor. Jason is the managing director at KBA Lease Services nationwide lease auditing service that works on behalf of commercial tenants to recover rent overcharges and reduce occupancy cost.
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J Darrin Gross I'd like to ask you, Jason Aster, What is the Biggest Risk? Jason Aster In my little space, the Biggest Risk is willful blindness to what you should be paying for your lease. You spend a lot of money and time getting into these major leases, hundreds of 1000s of dollars in legal fees, brokerage millions and brokerage fees depending on what party you are, you know, FF and E fit out for you 200 bucks a square foot a huge amount of money getting into them. I think you mentioned this before. It shouldn't be your duty, if you're going to spend this amount of resource to get into it to make sure you're getting what you're supposed to add of it. So the biggest risk is just being willfully blind and not having an expert. Look at it behind the scenes. The interesting thing about risking our space and kind of in relation to the way you describe your day to day work is is operating expense pass throughs is a risk adjustment. That's what it is the landlords back in the 70s, they just charged rent. Like a lease when you were a kid in an apartment, like you paid your rent, and they factored in some amount into it. And then one day, their insurance policies when there was a fire now the rent another, what do you do? You got to pass it through, you have to shift the risk. operating expense theory is a shifting of the risks that landlords have said, You're backing this up, it's too much risk. look and think about all the things inflation is happening too fast rents not enough, I don't have the ability to Jack my rent though. My insurance policy taxes are going up. Right, the union rebar bargained for something right 32, BJ in New York bargained for better fringe benefits. And now I have to pay that, I have to figure out how to reallocate the risk of operating my building across my tenant that basis because I can't bear it anymore. That's what operating expenses are, they're an adjustment of risk. What's happening now from a risk perspective, other than just please Don't bury your head in the sand, pay whatever the landlord tells you is inflation. How do you avoid inflation? It's hard. And Elise, because least has happened one time and then you sit in, right? In your world insurance, landlords pay a fortune, as you know, for insurance, and they have every right to pass that through, guess what they can't control the cost of insurance. So if inflation increases the cost of insurance or some pandemic increases the cost of insurance or some you know, environmental thing, they got to pass that through. So that's construct that's considered an uncontrollable cost, right landlord can't control insurance, they can't control taxes, they can't really control within reason, the amount of money they spent for utilities. So when you negotiate a lease, landlords will fight as they should, to say, I can't control these these things, we're gonna call them costs, I can't control, you just gotta pay your pro rata share, it is what it is, I'm not going to fluff it up, I'm not going to put a percentage on top of it. So if I pay $1, for insurance, and you have half my building, I'm passing through 50 cents to you. And that's fair. The other bucket of things, all the other things cleaning security, right? You know, certain common use of things that is controllable, who you hire, what rate you pay for it would cost to manage your building is a big number. Sometimes those are controllable expenses. And that's where tenants can start to adjust their risk, including caps to, I guess, Cap inflation, right? If inflation is causing the rise of payroll, payroll is going up in the CPI is going crazy. What do you do? Well, if I think about it in advance, well, you know, inflation is usually around four to 5%. What if I kept kept some of these costs that the landlord can control? Now I'm adjusting my risk, because I don't have to worry that if we hit a hyperinflationary period that I'm ever going to pay more than this 5% cap on these costs. Now these this is only fair to a landlord, if these are costs the landlord can purportedly control. That's the road, right? That's where you need lawyers. How do you argue what's controllable, if I'm a landlord, I would go I can't control payroll, I'm in I'm in a union state. They tell me pretty good argument that I call BS. But you know, if you're a tenant, you're not well represented, you know, you're right, you can't control, right. But there's all these like, really interesting nuances. And it's all about shifting risk. It's all about shifting the risk of operating one way or another. And the bigger the better the tenant, the less risk they're going to assume. And the more they're going to push back on the landlord. And in today's market, landlords are happy to have tenants. So you will see, if you are a company looking to negotiate a lease, maybe you're negotiating a smaller one, but you're still negotiating, you might actually have an opportunity to adjust some of their shifts, some of them it's back to the landlord in the operating costs of us. That's what I would say in the landlords are going to do the opposite. Right, rents are going down in some markets. I mean, I mean, this is insane market, right? You go to the middle of Manhattan, and rents have never been higher commercial office rents. One Vanderbilt Hudson Yards one Manhattan recipe show $250 a square foot people are gobbling it up. Three blocks over on Third Avenue. Can't give it away for free, crazy. So if you're a landlord, and you happen to have great product, you're pushing the rest of your tenant. You want to be in here. If you have a half empty building that was built in 1976, and nobody wants to be there, it's a free for all.
Every so often in "The Topaz Story Book" we get a treat from a rather famous author. Today's tale of 'Queen Aster' comes from Louisa May Alcott. Host Dan Scholz Find out where to subscribe to The Folktale Project at http://folktaleproject.com/subscribe Help keep The Folktale Project going by becoming a supporter on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/folktaleproject
Mike, Brian, and Nick discuss their picks for the 2022 IRCB Goodreads Challenge: Spider-Man: Spider's Shadow, The Way of the Househusband Vol. 1, and Aster of Pan.Check out the 2022 IRCB Goodreads Reading Challenge.Timestamps:00:00:00 - Start/Last Week in Comics00:01:23 - West Michigan Weather Watch00:02:09 - Star Wars: Hidden Empire #100:06:59 - Deadpool: Samurai Vol 200:12:06 - Hellraiser/A.X.E. Judgement Day #600:14:40 - Kroma #100:17:36 - Kaya #200:20:01 - Homesick Pilots #1-8 (aka 'Mike Was Right')00:23:49 - Barbaric Vol 2 #2-300:28:34 - Top of Our Pile00:28:55 - The Way of the Househusband Vol 200:29:46 - Alien #300:33:02 - Discord Listener Picks00:33:33 - Joyama Vol 100:34:59 - Reading Challenge!!!00:35:42 - Spider-Man: Spider's Shadow00:49:06 - The Way of the Househusband Vol 100:58:57 - Aster of Pan01:11:31 - Wrap/CreditsMusic provided by Infinity Shred. Find them on Bandcamp.IRCB Avatars by @ICELEVELProducer: Mike RapinProoflistener: Kait LamphereEditor: Zander RiggsSupport us on Patreon to get access to our Patreon-only series: IRCB Movie Club, Saga of Saga, Giant Days of Our Lives, A Better Batmobile, and more! patreon.com/ircbpodcastEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @ircbpodcastInstagram: @ircbpodcastDiscord: discordapp.com/invite/E8JUB9sReddit: ireadcomicbooks.reddit.comIRCB GoodreadsMerch: shop.ircbpodcast.com
Join us in an enchanting exploration of the Artemisia plants—Mugworts, Wormwoods, and Sagebrushes—as we share stories and experiences of working with the flower essences, herbal preparations, and strong energies of this unique subset of the Aster family.
We begin the week with a lovely poem about the wild Aster and what can only be described as a love letter to the Silver-Rod. Host Dan Scholz Find out where to subscribe to The Folktale Project at http://folktaleproject.com/subscribe Help keep The Folktale Project going by becoming a supporter on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/folktaleproject
We're finishing the week with two stories today, including another origin tale for the golden-rod that is a much, much darker version. Host Dan Scholz Find out where to subscribe to The Folktale Project at http://folktaleproject.com/subscribe Help keep The Folktale Project going by becoming a supporter on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/folktaleproject
Neil has his own asteroid?! On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Marcia Belsky answer fan questions about different types of asteroids with Marina Brozovic, orbital dynamicist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/cosmic-queries-asteroid-hunters-with-marina-brozovic/Thanks to our Patrons Deborah Carson Weekly, Kesha Nevins, Heather Peartree, Mikolas82, and Kayla Nickel for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins APL, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
When fictional Cara Romero loses her job, her innermost secrets come pouring out. Angie Cruz is an author and founder and editor in chief of Aster(ix), a literary and arts journal, and an associate professor in English at the University of Pittsburgh. She joins guest host Courtney Collins to discuss her character who, through the help of a job counselor, mines her relationships to find her fighting spirit. Her novel is “How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water.”