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We Watched A Thing
275 - Yentl

We Watched A Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 30:32


Join us as we ask Papa if he can hear us, and question whether Mandy Patinkin can see us, as we pretend to be little boys all while talking about the 1983 Barbara Streisand classic ‘Yentl' at the request of a patron. Yentl is a 1983 American romantic musical drama film directed, co-written, co-produced by, and starring American entertainer Barbra Streisand. It is based on Isaac Bashevis Singer's short story "Yentl the Yeshiva Boy". We Watched A Thing is supported by Dendy Cinemas Canberra. The best Australian cinema chain showing everything from blockbusters to arthouse and indie films. Find them at https://www.dendy.com.au/ If you like this podcast, or hate it and us and want to tell us so - You can reach us at wewatchedathing@gmail.com Or, Twitter - @WeWatchedAThing Facebook - @WeWatchedAThing Instagram - @WeWatchedAThing and on iTunes and Youtube If you really like us and think we're worth at least a dollar, why not check out our patreon at http://patreon.com/wewatchedathing. Every little bit helps, and you can get access to bonus episodes, early releases, and even tell us what movies to watch.

Founded Beauty
Angela Caglia Skincare - The Fruit-To-Face Skincare Philosophy Behind A Celebrity Facialist Brand ft. Angela Caglia

Founded Beauty

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 43:39


Green beauty pioneer and mastermind behind the most coveted celebrity skin with clients ranging from Barbra Streisand to Helena Christensen, Angela Caglia is also the founder of her brand, Angela Caglia Skincare. Dedicated to making her signature Hollywood glow accessible to everyone, Angela bottles her two decades of experience with skin-rejuvenating formulas for premium at-home experiences.If you enjoyed this episode, please make sure you like, subscribe, leave us a review and share with anyone you know who will love it too! Founded Beauty is available on all podcast platforms and we release new episodes every Monday and Thursday so be sure to follow the podcast to be notified. We really appreciate every single listen, share, and review. It goes such a long way and helps us reach new listeners. Follow Akash & Angela: Akash Mehta: @mehta_a Fable & Mane: @fableandmane www.fableandmane.com Angela Caglia: @angelacagliaskincare www.angelacaglia.com Follow us on Instagram @founded.beauty and TikTok @foundedbeauty. For more information about Founded Beauty, please visit www.foundedbeauty.com #foundedbeauty Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

New Books in Dance
Dick Weissman, "Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide" (SUNY Press, 2022)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 38:59


New York has long been a city where people go to reinvent themselves. And since the dawn of the twentieth century, New York City's Greenwich Village has been at the center of that alchemy of reinvention. Its side streets, squares and coffeehouses have nurtured generations of artists, writers, and musicians, among them Bob Dylan. Dylan first set foot in the Village in 1961, and even as he continues to make music, you can argue that his Greenwich Village years in the 1960s were a formative period in his life and work. Dick Weissman's new book, Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide (SUNY Press, 2022) helps fans and students of Dylan walk the streets where his career took off. Weissman-- musician, author, veteran of the folk scene, and associate professor emeritus at the University of Colorado Denver—emphasizes the Village but also takes in the midtown Manhattan offices that ran the music industry in Dylan's early days and the backroads of Woodstock, NY where Dylan found refuge from the big city. The result is a book that situates Dylan's New York years in a rich context. Bob Dylan's New York is organized as a series of mapped walking tours--covering Bleecker Street, MacDougal Street, Washington Square and more—that convey the people and institutions that nurtured Dylan's early career. Individual stops on the tour—such as Dylan's apartment building at 161 West Fourth Street and the sites of Izzy Young's Folklore Center on MacDougal Street and Sixth Avenue—are covered in well-researched entries. The book also lists the homes and addresses of other famous Village inhabitants such as the journalist John Reed, the artist Jackson Pollock, the singer Barbra Streisand, and the political activist Eleanor Roosevelt, suggesting the cultural and political ferment of the Village in the twentieth century. Bob Dylan's New York is generously illustrated with photographs, many of them from folklore collections at the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, that capture famous and not-so-famous inhabitants of the Village folk scene in the 1960s. The gentrification that has transformed the Village in recent decades has shoved aside much of the grass-roots folk music scene that made the neighborhood so interesting. Nevertheless, many of the cafes and clubs where Dylan and his contemporaries honed their craft are still there, hidden in plain sight. This folkie, former Village resident and long-time Dylan fan went out for a two-hour walk with Bob Dylan's New York in hand. I made many discoveries on streets that I thought I knew, and I barely scratched the surface of what the book has to offer. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University. Email: rwsnyder@rutgers.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in History
Dick Weissman, "Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide" (SUNY Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 38:59


New York has long been a city where people go to reinvent themselves. And since the dawn of the twentieth century, New York City's Greenwich Village has been at the center of that alchemy of reinvention. Its side streets, squares and coffeehouses have nurtured generations of artists, writers, and musicians, among them Bob Dylan. Dylan first set foot in the Village in 1961, and even as he continues to make music, you can argue that his Greenwich Village years in the 1960s were a formative period in his life and work. Dick Weissman's new book, Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide (SUNY Press, 2022) helps fans and students of Dylan walk the streets where his career took off. Weissman-- musician, author, veteran of the folk scene, and associate professor emeritus at the University of Colorado Denver—emphasizes the Village but also takes in the midtown Manhattan offices that ran the music industry in Dylan's early days and the backroads of Woodstock, NY where Dylan found refuge from the big city. The result is a book that situates Dylan's New York years in a rich context. Bob Dylan's New York is organized as a series of mapped walking tours--covering Bleecker Street, MacDougal Street, Washington Square and more—that convey the people and institutions that nurtured Dylan's early career. Individual stops on the tour—such as Dylan's apartment building at 161 West Fourth Street and the sites of Izzy Young's Folklore Center on MacDougal Street and Sixth Avenue—are covered in well-researched entries. The book also lists the homes and addresses of other famous Village inhabitants such as the journalist John Reed, the artist Jackson Pollock, the singer Barbra Streisand, and the political activist Eleanor Roosevelt, suggesting the cultural and political ferment of the Village in the twentieth century. Bob Dylan's New York is generously illustrated with photographs, many of them from folklore collections at the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, that capture famous and not-so-famous inhabitants of the Village folk scene in the 1960s. The gentrification that has transformed the Village in recent decades has shoved aside much of the grass-roots folk music scene that made the neighborhood so interesting. Nevertheless, many of the cafes and clubs where Dylan and his contemporaries honed their craft are still there, hidden in plain sight. This folkie, former Village resident and long-time Dylan fan went out for a two-hour walk with Bob Dylan's New York in hand. I made many discoveries on streets that I thought I knew, and I barely scratched the surface of what the book has to offer. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University. Email: rwsnyder@rutgers.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Biography
Dick Weissman, "Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide" (SUNY Press, 2022)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 38:59


New York has long been a city where people go to reinvent themselves. And since the dawn of the twentieth century, New York City's Greenwich Village has been at the center of that alchemy of reinvention. Its side streets, squares and coffeehouses have nurtured generations of artists, writers, and musicians, among them Bob Dylan. Dylan first set foot in the Village in 1961, and even as he continues to make music, you can argue that his Greenwich Village years in the 1960s were a formative period in his life and work. Dick Weissman's new book, Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide (SUNY Press, 2022) helps fans and students of Dylan walk the streets where his career took off. Weissman-- musician, author, veteran of the folk scene, and associate professor emeritus at the University of Colorado Denver—emphasizes the Village but also takes in the midtown Manhattan offices that ran the music industry in Dylan's early days and the backroads of Woodstock, NY where Dylan found refuge from the big city. The result is a book that situates Dylan's New York years in a rich context. Bob Dylan's New York is organized as a series of mapped walking tours--covering Bleecker Street, MacDougal Street, Washington Square and more—that convey the people and institutions that nurtured Dylan's early career. Individual stops on the tour—such as Dylan's apartment building at 161 West Fourth Street and the sites of Izzy Young's Folklore Center on MacDougal Street and Sixth Avenue—are covered in well-researched entries. The book also lists the homes and addresses of other famous Village inhabitants such as the journalist John Reed, the artist Jackson Pollock, the singer Barbra Streisand, and the political activist Eleanor Roosevelt, suggesting the cultural and political ferment of the Village in the twentieth century. Bob Dylan's New York is generously illustrated with photographs, many of them from folklore collections at the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, that capture famous and not-so-famous inhabitants of the Village folk scene in the 1960s. The gentrification that has transformed the Village in recent decades has shoved aside much of the grass-roots folk music scene that made the neighborhood so interesting. Nevertheless, many of the cafes and clubs where Dylan and his contemporaries honed their craft are still there, hidden in plain sight. This folkie, former Village resident and long-time Dylan fan went out for a two-hour walk with Bob Dylan's New York in hand. I made many discoveries on streets that I thought I knew, and I barely scratched the surface of what the book has to offer. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University. Email: rwsnyder@rutgers.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books in American Studies
Dick Weissman, "Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide" (SUNY Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 38:59


New York has long been a city where people go to reinvent themselves. And since the dawn of the twentieth century, New York City's Greenwich Village has been at the center of that alchemy of reinvention. Its side streets, squares and coffeehouses have nurtured generations of artists, writers, and musicians, among them Bob Dylan. Dylan first set foot in the Village in 1961, and even as he continues to make music, you can argue that his Greenwich Village years in the 1960s were a formative period in his life and work. Dick Weissman's new book, Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide (SUNY Press, 2022) helps fans and students of Dylan walk the streets where his career took off. Weissman-- musician, author, veteran of the folk scene, and associate professor emeritus at the University of Colorado Denver—emphasizes the Village but also takes in the midtown Manhattan offices that ran the music industry in Dylan's early days and the backroads of Woodstock, NY where Dylan found refuge from the big city. The result is a book that situates Dylan's New York years in a rich context. Bob Dylan's New York is organized as a series of mapped walking tours--covering Bleecker Street, MacDougal Street, Washington Square and more—that convey the people and institutions that nurtured Dylan's early career. Individual stops on the tour—such as Dylan's apartment building at 161 West Fourth Street and the sites of Izzy Young's Folklore Center on MacDougal Street and Sixth Avenue—are covered in well-researched entries. The book also lists the homes and addresses of other famous Village inhabitants such as the journalist John Reed, the artist Jackson Pollock, the singer Barbra Streisand, and the political activist Eleanor Roosevelt, suggesting the cultural and political ferment of the Village in the twentieth century. Bob Dylan's New York is generously illustrated with photographs, many of them from folklore collections at the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, that capture famous and not-so-famous inhabitants of the Village folk scene in the 1960s. The gentrification that has transformed the Village in recent decades has shoved aside much of the grass-roots folk music scene that made the neighborhood so interesting. Nevertheless, many of the cafes and clubs where Dylan and his contemporaries honed their craft are still there, hidden in plain sight. This folkie, former Village resident and long-time Dylan fan went out for a two-hour walk with Bob Dylan's New York in hand. I made many discoveries on streets that I thought I knew, and I barely scratched the surface of what the book has to offer. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University. Email: rwsnyder@rutgers.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Dick Weissman, "Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide" (SUNY Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 38:59


New York has long been a city where people go to reinvent themselves. And since the dawn of the twentieth century, New York City's Greenwich Village has been at the center of that alchemy of reinvention. Its side streets, squares and coffeehouses have nurtured generations of artists, writers, and musicians, among them Bob Dylan. Dylan first set foot in the Village in 1961, and even as he continues to make music, you can argue that his Greenwich Village years in the 1960s were a formative period in his life and work. Dick Weissman's new book, Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide (SUNY Press, 2022) helps fans and students of Dylan walk the streets where his career took off. Weissman-- musician, author, veteran of the folk scene, and associate professor emeritus at the University of Colorado Denver—emphasizes the Village but also takes in the midtown Manhattan offices that ran the music industry in Dylan's early days and the backroads of Woodstock, NY where Dylan found refuge from the big city. The result is a book that situates Dylan's New York years in a rich context. Bob Dylan's New York is organized as a series of mapped walking tours--covering Bleecker Street, MacDougal Street, Washington Square and more—that convey the people and institutions that nurtured Dylan's early career. Individual stops on the tour—such as Dylan's apartment building at 161 West Fourth Street and the sites of Izzy Young's Folklore Center on MacDougal Street and Sixth Avenue—are covered in well-researched entries. The book also lists the homes and addresses of other famous Village inhabitants such as the journalist John Reed, the artist Jackson Pollock, the singer Barbra Streisand, and the political activist Eleanor Roosevelt, suggesting the cultural and political ferment of the Village in the twentieth century. Bob Dylan's New York is generously illustrated with photographs, many of them from folklore collections at the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, that capture famous and not-so-famous inhabitants of the Village folk scene in the 1960s. The gentrification that has transformed the Village in recent decades has shoved aside much of the grass-roots folk music scene that made the neighborhood so interesting. Nevertheless, many of the cafes and clubs where Dylan and his contemporaries honed their craft are still there, hidden in plain sight. This folkie, former Village resident and long-time Dylan fan went out for a two-hour walk with Bob Dylan's New York in hand. I made many discoveries on streets that I thought I knew, and I barely scratched the surface of what the book has to offer. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University. Email: rwsnyder@rutgers.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Music
Dick Weissman, "Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide" (SUNY Press, 2022)

New Books in Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 38:59


New York has long been a city where people go to reinvent themselves. And since the dawn of the twentieth century, New York City's Greenwich Village has been at the center of that alchemy of reinvention. Its side streets, squares and coffeehouses have nurtured generations of artists, writers, and musicians, among them Bob Dylan. Dylan first set foot in the Village in 1961, and even as he continues to make music, you can argue that his Greenwich Village years in the 1960s were a formative period in his life and work. Dick Weissman's new book, Bob Dylan's New York: A Historic Guide (SUNY Press, 2022) helps fans and students of Dylan walk the streets where his career took off. Weissman-- musician, author, veteran of the folk scene, and associate professor emeritus at the University of Colorado Denver—emphasizes the Village but also takes in the midtown Manhattan offices that ran the music industry in Dylan's early days and the backroads of Woodstock, NY where Dylan found refuge from the big city. The result is a book that situates Dylan's New York years in a rich context. Bob Dylan's New York is organized as a series of mapped walking tours--covering Bleecker Street, MacDougal Street, Washington Square and more—that convey the people and institutions that nurtured Dylan's early career. Individual stops on the tour—such as Dylan's apartment building at 161 West Fourth Street and the sites of Izzy Young's Folklore Center on MacDougal Street and Sixth Avenue—are covered in well-researched entries. The book also lists the homes and addresses of other famous Village inhabitants such as the journalist John Reed, the artist Jackson Pollock, the singer Barbra Streisand, and the political activist Eleanor Roosevelt, suggesting the cultural and political ferment of the Village in the twentieth century. Bob Dylan's New York is generously illustrated with photographs, many of them from folklore collections at the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, that capture famous and not-so-famous inhabitants of the Village folk scene in the 1960s. The gentrification that has transformed the Village in recent decades has shoved aside much of the grass-roots folk music scene that made the neighborhood so interesting. Nevertheless, many of the cafes and clubs where Dylan and his contemporaries honed their craft are still there, hidden in plain sight. This folkie, former Village resident and long-time Dylan fan went out for a two-hour walk with Bob Dylan's New York in hand. I made many discoveries on streets that I thought I knew, and I barely scratched the surface of what the book has to offer. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University. Email: rwsnyder@rutgers.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/music

Composers Datebook
Brahms breaks the rules

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 2:00


Synopsis The first Piano Concerto by Brahms received its premiere public performance on today's date in 1859 with the Hanover Court Orchestra under the direction of Brahms's close friend Joseph Joachim and its 25-year composer as soloist. That first night audience had never heard anything quite like it. In his biography of Brahms, Jan Swafford describes what was expected of a piano concerto back then, namely “virtuosic brilliance, dazzling cadenzas, not too many minor keys, [and nothing] too tragic.” “To the degree that these were the rules,” writes Swafford, “[Brahms] violated every one of them.” His concerto opens with heaven-storming drama, continues with deeply melancholic lyricism, and closes with something akin to hard-fought, even grim, triumph. Rather than a display of flashy virtuosity, Brahms's concerto comes off as somber and deeply emotional. A second performance, five days later in Leipzig, was hissed. "I am experimenting and feeling my way,” Brahms wrote to his friend Joachim, adding, "all the same, the hissing was rather too much." Now regarded a dark Romantic masterpiece, it's important to remember how long it took audiences to warm to Brahms' music. The American composer Elliott Carter recalled that even in the 1920s, Boston concert goers used to quip that the exit signs meant, "This way in case of Brahms." Music Played in Today's Program Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 15 - I. Maestoso - Poco più moderato Maurizio Pollini, piano; Berlin Philharmonic; Claudio Abbado, cond. DG 447041 On This Day Births 1899 - Russian-born American composer Alexander Tcherepnin, in St. Petersburg (Julian date: Jan. 9); Deaths 1851 - German opera composer Albert Lortzing, age 49, in Berlin; 1948 - Italian composer Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, age 72, in Venice; Premieres 1713 - Handel: opera "Teseo" (Julian date: Jan. 10); 1725 - Bach: Sacred Cantata No. 111 ("Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit") performed on the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany as part of Bach's second annual Sacred Cantata cycle in Leipzig (1724/25); 1816 - Cherubini: "Requiem," in Paris; 1880 - Rimsky-Korsakov: opera "May Night," in St. Petersburg, Napravnik conducting (Julian date: Jan. 9); 1904 - Janácek: opera "Jenufa" in Brno at the National Theater; 1927 - Roussel: Suite in F for orchestra, in Boston; 1929 - Schreker: opera "Der Schatzgräber" (The Treasure Hunter), in Frankfurt at the Opernhaus; 1930 - Shostakovich: Symphony No. 3 ("May First"), in Leningrad; 1936 - Gershwin: "Catfish Row" Suite (from the opera "Porgy and Bess"), by the Philadelphia Orchestra, Alexander Smallens conducting; 1947 - Martinu: "Toccata e due canzona" for chamber orchestra, in Basel, Switzerland; 1968 - Bernstein: song "So Pretty" (a song protesting the Vietnam War) at Philharmonic Hall (now Avery Fisher Hall) in New York City, with singer Barbra Streisand and the composer at the piano; 1968 - Allan Pettersson: Symphony No. 6, in Stockholm; 1988 - Christopher Rouse: Symphony No. 1, by the Baltimore Symphony, David Zinman conducting; Links and Resources On Brahms

Verbal Diorama
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

Verbal Diorama

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 43:21


South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut is a movie with a Guinness World Record, an Oscar nomination and, miraculously, an R-rating. That R-rating contributed to it being the highest grossing R-rated animated film for seventeen years, too.If the Motion Picture Association of America had their way, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut would have been rated NC-17, but the irony doesn't stop there. The kids of South Park; Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny sneak into an R-rated movie, discover all the swears and their parents condemn the movie for being a terrible influence; and this is exactly what happened in real life, not just with the movie, but with the hit TV show that preceded it. South Park set out to offend everyone. The fact that this movie's main antagonists are Saddam Hussein and censorship goes someway to show how South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut prided itself on tackling current affairs, as well as its own form of social justice. It's a righteous warning against overbearing parenting, quick to blame popular culture for social issues, and the notion that cursing is bad on its own.It's also a terrific musical, still holds up remarkably well 23 years later, and proves that, should we need reminding, animation is very much not just for children. BARBRA STREISAND!I would love to hear your thoughts on South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut !GET IN TOUCH.... Twitter @verbaldiorama Instagram @verbaldiorama Facebook @verbaldiorama Letterboxd @verbaldiorama Email verbaldiorama [at] gmail [dot] com Website verbaldiorama.comSUPPORT VERBAL DIORAMA....Give this podcast a five-star Rate & Review Join the Patreon Thank you to all the patrons Simon E, Sade, Claudia, Simon B, Laurel, Derek, Vern, Cat, Andy, Mike, Griff, Luke, Michael, Scott, Brendan, Ian, Lisa, Sam, Will, Jack, Dave, Chris, Stuart, Sunni, Drew, Nicholas, Zo, Kev, Pete, Heather, Danny, Aly, Tyler, Stu and Brett!BRAND-NEW Merch STORE!! T-shirts inspired by The Mummy (1999) with more collections to come!EPISODE THANKS TO....Most excellent patrons:Andy for his patron thoughts. You can find him @geeksaladradio on Twitter and his podcast Geek Salad on all your podcast apps.Brett for his patron thoughts. You can find him @DissectThatFilm on Twitter and his podcast Dissect That Film on all your podcast apps.and Nicholas for his Patron thoughts, too!Twitter peeps@BurghFan004@NextToTheAisle@andywilliams250@KyleWoolfSays@nobodyasked4pod@NeededRoads@ContrarianPrime@calebwatchmovie@Oral_mfc@Trib_Ey@laughmatician@gfpaterson@GenuineChitChat@Bedsit_Cinema@mtgcomicInstagram folk@piloterrorpodcastFacebook chumsRobAndrewTheme Music: Verbal Diorama Theme SongMusic by Chloe Enticott -

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Revisiting Past Authors: Celebrating Their Achievements 1/18/23

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 63:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/ihM5GTOEB1Y Joyce Bulifant: My Four Hollywood Husbands: Joyce Bulifant has lived the "Hollywood life" for nearly seven decades, and through it, experienced what few outside the entertainment world can imagine. While following the path of her own successful career, Ms. Bulifant managed to navigate the choppy waters of husbands' alcoholism, codependency and an extended family of four marriages. James MacArthur played Danno on Hawaii Five-0. Edward Mallory was Dr. Bill Horton on "Days of Our Lives." William Asher was the famous director-writer-producer of "I Love Lucy," "Bewitched" and the Beach Party movies. Roger Perry starred in "Star Trek" and over 300 TV shows and films. He has also composed music for Barbra Streisand and Bing Crosby. Along the way Bulifant managed to command the spotlight for her own accomplishments. As Gavin MacLeod's wife Marie on "The Mary Tyler More Show," a concerned mother in the movie "Airplane," dancing with Fred Astaire, and her reoccurring role on "The Match Game." My Four Hollywood Husbands is a rare peek into what happens off the screen. It's a story of love, a lasting love that is woven through the fabric of the world of entertainment. It's also a story about perseverance and overcoming obstacles--and that happy endings are indeed possible. Matthew Corozine: If You Survived 7th Grade, You Can be an Actor Applying The Meisner Technique To Get Outta Your Head in Acting and in LifeActing is living and behaving truthfully and fully under imaginary circumstances. But why is "truthfully" and "fully" so hard for us? Why is it so difficult to be in the moment with our art and in our lives?

The Flipping 50 Show
Easy Healthy Habits Start Here: Effortless Kitchen Hacks

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 55:53


Easy healthy habits coming up! Yes, exercise! However, what if it was easier than that to get more energy and boost your overall well being? We do certain things regularly. Your daily routine and mine are probably very similar day to day. That is what you do this morning in the first 10-30 minutes of your morning is probably similar to what you do every day.  What if you could take 50% of those habits and make them more beneficial? Without lifting a weight or breaking a sweat? Even 20% healthier… What would that do for you? Twenty percent more energy, 20% less tired, 20% more focus during your morning activities.. you get the idea.  This episode is all about the small upgrades that have become daily habits for me over the recent months and years. I'm sharing them with you here in the hope they make you reflect on what you're already doing that could make you healthier easily! The problem with so many choices is often vetting out the quality products from the opportunists. It's making sure it's healthy – especially if you do it daily. I hear you when you say it's overwhelming and there's another one around the corner. I don't fall easily. When I do I fall all the way. So, I've vetted for you the ones I love. Easy Healthy Habits for 2023 Anyone else start the hot water within minutes of waking most days?  With adaptogens you won't even know are there, your hormones are getting a boost with every sip of Four Sigmatic Coffee. Listen to my recent Flipping 50 podcast with Danielle Ryan Broida to learn more about adaptogens, specifically mushrooms, and you'll wonder why we aren't all doing these simple things daily. Recently what I've noticed from testing my blood sugar levels (first thing, after whatever is in my mug is that my blood sugar responds better to coffee than to matcha if they're treated equally. That is, I add coconut milk and a dash of stevia to both or a don't, but to both. The value of a wearing a continuous blood glucose monitor(CGM) for a month is priceless if you're a woman in midlife flirting with insulin resistance. Anyone can do it. I'll provide a special link I use with clients and students so that they can benefit as we work together. For instance, right now our members are going through a month kickstart with me using CGMs. If Coffee, Then This  If I choose coffee and matcha isn't in my mug first thing (or second, after about 16 ounces of lemon water, sole, or apple cider vinegar) it's going in a pre-workout shake. Matcha is the perfect combo of chill pill and alert hocus focus. It's a little easier on my gut personally than usual acidic coffees. (Though Four Sigmatic by the way is low acidic compared to other coffees).  Currently, I juggle the dual needs of my gut and blood sugar. When isn't that true in life. I do find that when my gut is in good shape, coffee is not a problem. When I both drink coffee responsibly (2 mugs is my limit), and have optimal gut health, I can do it fine.  Since I switched to matcha in my morning mug two and a half years ago, with the exception of maybe 6 mornings, my gut feels better, and overall, I feel better all day. I don't have that same short-lived pick-me-up from coffee or what I'd describe as a gnawing my gut. I enjoy sustained energy and a calmer gut.  I'll link to a video I shared with the Flipping 50 community back in 2015 about research on Matcha's fat burning boost potential. Whether you're doing interval training – as in the study- or strength training, which I think we can safely extrapolate to say - the combination of matcha before the activity is also going to elevate fat burning after significantly. AND…. However, there are dozens of matcha makers now. Just one is quadruple screened, Pique Tea. And it matters. Heavy metals, mold, and other toxins are common due to the way matcha is grown, and many brands aren't pure as they claim, while others don't even claim to be! They've added fillers (like brown rice!?) and have very little matcha.  If it's something you do every day, pay extra attention. We have more everyday stressors now than ever even when we're conscious of them.  Going Green Enhancing your alkalinity is one of the best things you can do for your health, and any weight loss goals. Especially if you are trying to do low carb – as in keto. I personally recommend my clients bump their veggie intake to 6-9 cups a day. That would shock a carnivore community, I know. It's the balance to additional protein from animal sources required to maintain muscle. Doing so will bump your acidity. Optimal pH levels are conducive to health. Acidic environments are conducive to disease.  Challenged by the idea of that many veggies? Mighty Maca, from my friend – shall we say our community friend, Dr. Anna Cabeca – is a way to bring in another adaptogen PLUS get the alkalinity we want and need for a healthier body.  You can't lose weight, and keep it off, with the kind of energy and feelings of freedom we want- with habits that sabotage your health. Knocking your inner environment into acidity, exercising to burnout, soreness or couch compensation will not help.  Dr. Anna's Mighty Maca meets a trilogy of needs. First, this greens powder where she's tucked a dose of the adaptogen maca, requires a liquid. My favorite way to drink this is just in a tall glass of water or dumped into a small bottle of water as I leave the gym – it's not been uncommon for us to workout together and after I've provided the exercise sequence, she has a sleeve of Mighty Maca in her pocket. I shake and go. Boom – it's already helping to hydrate and make it easy to drink another 8-16 ounces because it's got a lightly lemony fresh taste. This is not your toxic crystal-crap but it's the same type of convenient packet. The maca – is an adaptogen I have used myself for almost 30 years – blended into smoothies, or taken in capsules from my friends at Femminessence (if you prefer), or this way. This is a game-changer for women in midlife. If you're adrenals are taxed… and you're not doing it, consider it daily but not off your grocery store shelf. There are 11 strains of maca and you need a clinical grade of specific types.  The greens – Dr Anna knows it's hard to fit in 6-9 cups of veggies a day for most women (my recommendation for women in midlife) and that with a need for more PROTEIN than they've ever needed – or been aware of before – there's an equal need to boost veggie intake to achieve a better pH balance. Her book Keto Green-16 outlines the benefits of a keto diet (at least short term) for women AND the need for pH support while you do it.   Want to understand this better? Don't miss an interview with Dr Anna January 11, 2023. (I'll link to the registration page. I'm inviting Dr Anna to answer a few questions about this and more. And we're going to talk about stress, hormones, and cravings, and how to juggle what you want with signs and symptoms. Seeing this later? Miss it and want it? Let us know! Secret Sauce for Hair, Skin, and Libido  Midlife changes in hair (thinning and loss for some women), skin (thinning making visibility of wrinkles and reduced elasticity), and reduced desire for sex (dryness or pain) are common among women in our community. I started something for improved recovery from exercise (due to mitochondria health) that I was skeptical of AND yet tried it anyway.  Before I go further, you need to know, I'm a tough sell. I feel pretty good. Most of the time, I think, “this s*# works” .. the formula I created for women over 50 just works. So, I have no crazy card to play for bringing women back from the dead… or losing 100 lbs.., other than, if we remove the obstacles (overtraining, undereating, undersleeping) and improve the amount of stimulation for muscle, bone and your brain, we're going to have improvements. Sometimes that's 100lbs off, others it's 10lbs and 14 inches, others it's energy and libido back.  I didn't count on a hair or libido kick, but I got one. I began taking C60 Purple Power just before my move in May actually. And I haven't stopped. In three weeks I noticed thicker hair and my stylist noticed I had new hair growth (brown not gray) at my next appointment.  I started taking c60 for the mitochondria support we can all use as we age. AND… my vision is better, too. I DO recover better from exercise though it took me a minute to realize it. I'd started doing high intensity high impact intervals a little more often. (3 or 4 as opposed to 1-2 x/week) and no down time. There was no hobble off the couch. So, it went unnoticed and appreciated until I got thoughtful about the fact that I earned a little soreness that I didn't have. How I Do It My favorite way to add C60 is a few drops into my coffee (cinnamon flavored is to die for!) or matcha mug (coconut oil) in the morning. That's it. Nothing extra or new habit just… it's sitting beside the coffee or matcha, so I don't miss it. (Recently there are gummies – I still prefer the drops)  You could if you prefer use avocado oil on salads (but I have another avo oil I love instead and fear I'll forget later in the day). You can also now use a rollerball application on your face and neck! LOVING that!! Linking to a video for you here. Look, I'm 59 in a couple months, I've got wrinkles … but I do get compliments on my skin regularly and this has given me a noticeable difference. I like the inside-out method vs topical personally! Superpower Energy My breakfast or pre-workout snack of choice lately is a little almond or coconut yogurt substitute (no sugar added, and no soy please) with Flipping50 protein powder and … a new product from Timeline Nutrition, Mitopure. It's a derivative of pomegranate but you could never eat your way to this much. Little packets of powder (or capsules if you prefer – which I do not!) can be added to a smoothie, or in my case, I stir the berry-flavored powder right into my high protein pre-workout yogurt bowl.  Here's what I've noticed… after 3 weeks. Just a reminder, I'm a tough sell. I already do a lot of things to my advantage as witnessed above/before this point in the episode! But I feel more stable energy all day. I am really enjoying this heightened desire for moving. I can't even explain it! I'm an 8x Ironman…so yes, I naturally may like to move more than the next person. Yet, I've gone through exercise intolerance, cortisol imbalance, and adrenal stress during my menopause transition. I get better results now in about 3 hours of exercise a week than I did with 20 just a couple years ago.  That puts a girl at a point where less is more and compliance is easy!  I'm different with Mitopure. A little more alive. If you can't tell, I'm struggling to put words to the feelings. But with no other changes in my routine, this has really been a bit of a surprise. I'm sometimes quick to say no, not interested. But the research is too compelling in this case. So openminded, expecting nothing, I'm pleasantly surprised. And again... it's easy. That's the biggest test for me. Lunch and Dinner Upgrades Eating organ meats? Me either. Planning to? Me either. Look, I AM that girl who does certain things because they're good for me. But I'm not doing liver or gizzards or anything of the sort. So, my chef friend (who cooks for the likes of Barbra Streisand and Tom Cruise) dreamed up this ingenious way to infuse organ meats into spices you'll love. I sprinkle the Garlicky one on salads, veggies, meats, and seafood, even eggs on the occasion I have them. I stir it into a garlic aioli dip I make. That just about covers my meals! Chef James Barry's Pluck is amazing. All the benefits of organ meats – potentially one of the most nutrient dense foods available – without the hassle or smell. (Use the code: FLIPPING50) Last but not least, are you still using olive oil? I know, Olive oil, olive oil, olive oil… right? But a large percent of olive oil is not good for you, it's rancid. Yet, they sell it off the shelves like hot cakes to people thinking they're virtuous and Mediterranean! Ava Jane's Kitchen woke me up to this sad truth several years ago and I switched to avocado oil, which is better for the high temps I often use anyway.  On occasion I'll use an expensive EVO or coconut oil, but I'm cooking most with Avocado oil. The AJK Colima Sea Salt from Ava Jane's is an experience! It's super coarse. You use your hands to crunch the salt. I use it on all those roasted and grilled veggies and on pizza crusts or chips made from brown rice tortillas. You can try it or join the club and have it delivered at the right frequency based on your cooking needs. These are great gifts for the foodie, or healthy foodie too.  None of these daily little additions are “extra” or crazy. They're just an upgrade from what you may have sitting on your shelf that can boost your health and wellness without a drop of sweat or breathlessness.  If you're a skeptic, I get it. How nice to dream that just eating healthy from the garden or farmer's market, avoiding processed foods, and getting exercise, time outdoors and sleep are enough. In the moment we're in, the chance is slim that though these habits are the foundation, we'll need to reduce toxins in and around us now and in the future. The benefit though is more energy and more you than you may realize you can experience. Your Turn I encourage you to go through your day, your typical day. Where could you upgrade? Could an easy health boost come from the type of coffee or tea you start your day with the oil, spice, or salt you prepare food with. Consider what you wish was different or better about now, even if it's good.  In our show notes today, you'll find many links to the trusted resources I share. For any of the products I use, love and share I do make a small commission (While it doesn't do much for me but buy lunch occasionally, it often means for you a special rate that I've scored for you than you'd have paid otherwise).  Don't miss the special discount codes here for you.  Happiest, healthiest New Year.  Special Resources:  C60 Purple Power: https://www.flippingfifty.com/c60 CODE: FLIPPING50 Matcha Pique Tea: https://www.flippingfifty.com/piquetea Code: DEBRAA PLUCK Seasonings: https://www.flippingfifty.com/eatpluck CODE: FLIPPING50 (case-sensitive)  Four Sigmatic coffee:  https://www.flippingfifty.com/foursigmatic Code: FLIPPING50 Everyday COOKBOOKS from MY FAVORITE Hormone Experts:  Cooking for Hormone Balance – Magdalena Wzelaki: https://hormonesbalance.com/ KetoGreen-16 - Dr. Anna Cabeca: https://www.flippingfifty.com/ketogreen16 Other Episodes You May Like: Adaptogens, Herbs, Mushrooms | Sources for Menopause Relief: https://www.flippingfifty.com/adaptogens/ How to Keto Correctly for Women Over 40 with Dr Anna Cabeca: https://www.flippingfifty.com/keto-green-podcast/ The Most Unsuspecting Motivation Source | C60 30-Day Follow Up: https://www.flippingfifty.com/motivation-source/

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates "The Way We Were..." with Tom Santopietro 1/16/2023

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 66:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/0n0kF7YphU8 In this episode of Richard Skipper Celebrates, we're celebrating the release of Tom Santopietro's latest book, The Way We Were: The Making Of A Romantic Classic. Tom Santopietro, Author, joins us to discuss the book, and we have a lively discussion about the book and the historical significance of this classic film. If you're a fan of Richard Skipper's work, then you won't want to miss this episode! The Way We Were: a nostalgia drenched, bittersweet romance starring superstars Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford at the peaks of their careers, and a story for everyone who was ever loved with passion, if not wisely. A smash hit around the world whose power echoes to this day—yet a film whose success was so far from assured that one studio executive was heard to exclaim: “Barbra Streisand doesn't sing and she plays a communist—are you trying to kill me?!” But succeed the film did, propelled by a smash-hit title song and career defining performances from Streisand and Redford. Now, just in time for the 50th anniversary of the film's release, best-selling author Tom Santopietro provides the definitive inside story behind the challenges, disputes, and creative passions of those who fought to make this landmark film. Tom Santopietro is the author of seven books: Why To Kill a Mockingbird Matters, Barbara Cook: Then and Now, the bestselling The Sound of Music Story, The Godfather Effect: Changing Hollywood, America, and Me, Sinatra in Hollywood, Considering Doris Day (New York Times Sunday Book Review Editor's Choice) and The Importance of Being Barbra. A frequent media commentator and interviewer, he lectures on classic films, and over the past thirty years has managed more than two dozen Broadway shows.

DENNIS ANYONE? with Dennis Hensley
Dollmation Sensation Warren Wright: "The Only Nudes On My Phone Are Barbies"

DENNIS ANYONE? with Dennis Hensley

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 59:42


For his first episode of 2023, Dennis is joined via Zoom by visual artist Warren Wright (AKA Warrencito) whose affectionate, witty and incredibly-detailed Dollmation videos have been delighting fans on YouTube and Instagram since before the pandemic. Warren talks about what went into creating his most popular videos, like Barbra Streisand's “Don't Rain On My Parade,” Barry Manilow's “Copacabana,” Cher's “Dark Lady” and Madonna's MTV Awards performance of “Vogue.” He also talks about the amount of time and effort that goes into creating his videos, how he shoots everything on his iPhone, finding treasures on Ebay, thrift stores and cake decorating shops, why G.I. Joe got smaller and what “flocking” means in doll lingo. Warren also talks about how his late mother's love of musicals inspires his current work and how creating the videos keeps her spirit alive. Other topics include: getting reactions from people who are in the videos he pays tribute to like Julie Brown and Donna McKechnie, his dream of having his videos played in gay bars, creating his own mini-me doll, his dream of laying his hands on a 12” Judy Garland doll and how getting sober a few years back has made his current creative renaissance possible. www.warrencito.com  

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca
Fanny Brice: Death of the Original Funny Girl

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 47:43 Very Popular


Fans of Broadway and Barbra Streisand probably know the name Fanny Brice as the woman who refuses to let anyone rain on her parade in the beloved musical "Funny Girl." But the real Fanny Brice, the original funny girl, was a trailblazing Jewish comedian, who lit up Broadway and created one of the most famous characters on radio. Mo looks back at Fanny's story (The ups! The downs! The nose job!) with biographer Barbara Grossman and talks with culture critic Erick Neher about how Barbra Streisand would ultimately eclipse the star she portrayed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Morning Meeting
Episode 121: How "The Way We Were" Became a "Casablanca" for Boomers

Morning Meeting

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 32:09


This week, Ashley and Mike have three great guests. First, Howard Blum discusses his insights into the recent capture of Bryan Kohberger, the suspect in the gruesome murder of four University of Idaho students that has riveted the country for the past two months. Next, it's been 50 years since Robert Redford and Barbra Streisand starred in The Way We Were. It's a movie that seemed doomed at the time it was being filmed, yet it endures. And who better than James Wolcott to explain how and why it has become a classic? Then, a special surprise: actress and singer Rita Wilson will share her answers to a few of life's most pressing questions—and more. All this makes this week's show one you won't want to miss. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Let It Roll
Pop Had An Entirely Different Meaning Before 1955

Let It Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 46:39 Very Popular


Host Nate Wilcox asks Bob about the beginnings of the music industry in the first half of the 20th Century.Buy the book and support the show.Download this episode.Have a question or a suggestion for a topic or person for Nate to interview? Email letitrollpodcast@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter.Follow us on Facebook.Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Cloud Jazz Smooth Jazz
Cloud Jazz 2295 (Especial Walter Afanasieff) - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

Cloud Jazz Smooth Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 57:53


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! "All I Want for Christmas Is You" es el gran éxito musical de las Navidades desde que lo publicara Mariah Carey en 1994. Un tema que ella compuso junto a Walter Afanasieff (a pesar de las desavenencias que han surgido entre ellos en los últimos años). Walter es un músico de larga trayectoria que ha trabajado también junto a estrellas como Celine Dion o Barbra Streisand. Y también ha creado temas para algunos de nuestros artistas favoritos. Repasamos algunos de ellos protagonizados por Peabo Bryson, Kenny G, Michael Bolton, D'Atra Hicks, Trey Lorenz, Kirk Whalum, Daryl Hall, Clarence Clemons y George Benson.Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Cloud Jazz Smooth Jazz. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/27170

Nightside With Dan Rea
Inside the World of Entertainment (8 p.m.)

Nightside With Dan Rea

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 40:57


Morgan White Jr. filled in on NightSide:She's got her finger on the pulse of culture and has reviewed everything from film to dance. Every weeknight for 30 years on WBZ-TV she hosted an entertainment report and spoke with countless celebrities including Paul Newman, Robert DeNiro, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, and Barbra Streisand. Emmy Award-winning Arts and Entertainment Critic Joyce Kulhawik joined Morgan to talk about the current movie and theatre scene.

The Originals
The Originals #32 Dionne Warwick

The Originals

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 48:56


Miraculously, Andrew lures icon, 100 million+ record seller and 5 time Grammy-winner Dionne Warwick to the show. Warwick, the subject of the new CNN documentary, Dionne Warwick: Don't Make Me Over, brings her famous wry candor to the following topics: how Burt Bacharach blew it by bolting, what Isaac Hayes did right and Barbra Streisand did wrong, why she very nearly quit the business to teach in the seventies just before recording her biggest hits. Finally learn who really writes those funny tweets. PLUS: did she really hate Lisa Rinna as much as it appeared on her season of The Celebrity Apprentice? 

Up First
Barbra Streisand's Time Capsule

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 19:57 Very Popular


In 1962, Barbra Streisand recorded what was supposed to be her debut album. At the time, she didn't think it was good enough. It was finally released a few weeks ago as "Live At The Bon Soir." In her interview with host Rachel Martin, Streisand transports us to the club where she recorded the album, discusses her true ambition to be an actress and her lifelong aversion to live performance.

Hot Takes & Deep Dives
Interview w/ Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" co-writer Walter Afanasieff — Celine Dion, Beyonce, Titanic

Hot Takes & Deep Dives

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 60:46


Jess is joined by WALTER AFANASIEFF, the Grammy-winning songwriter and producer responsible for co-writing and producing the majority of MARIAH CAREY's ‘90s hits, including “Anytime You Need a Friend,” “My All,” “Hero,” “One Sweet Day,” and of course “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” Afanasieff walks us through the creation of the modern Christmas classic and his professional fall-out with Mariah. We also discuss how the music and songwriting industry has changed since the ‘90s, producing CELINE DION's “My Heart Will Go On” from TITANIC, writing with BEYONCÉ, BARBRA STREISAND and the story of how a record company sabotaged the career of a singer destined to win American Idol.  IG: @jessxnyc & @hottakesdeepdives

It Happened One Year
1967 Episode 24 - It Happened One Yule! Stevie Wonder vs. Barbra Streisand!

It Happened One Year

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 37:45


Another fabled It Happened One Year road episode, this time quite literally! Recorded on I-80 East through the wintry barrenness of Ohio, Sarah & Joe take finding-time-to-record-an-episode to a new extreme, multitasking at the risk of life and limb! Not really - traffic was slow - but the Christmas jams of 1967 were hot, with the releases of Barbra Streisand's A Christmas Album and Stevie Wonder's Someday at Christmas! Listen as the hosts break down the classics and forgettables from these albums, plus go into their personal holiday favorites, the songs they can't stand, and why Barbra's "Jingle Bells" is the Die Hard of Christmas tunes. Cameos along the way from Mel Blanc, Bing Crosby, the Muppets, Mariah Carey, the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, and yet again, Elvis Presley. Merry Christmas, Movie House!

STAGES with Peter Eyers
‘That's Entertainment' - Musician, Impresario and Showbiz Legend; Kevin Jacobsen - Part 2

STAGES with Peter Eyers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 90:45


This is STAGES companion episode to our conversation with Entertainment Entrepreneur - Kevin Jacobsen. In part 1, we learned of Kevin's early days as a musician - forming and guiding bands that included the KJ Quintet and Col Joy and the Joy Boys. A triumphant career in music, that saw national acclaim for the band and many chart topping hits. In part 2 Kevin takes us on a journey through some of his trials and triumphs as a promoter of artists that include The Bee Gees, Evel Knievel, The Three Tenors, Barbra Streisand and Michael Jackson; and his success as a producer developing the home-grown musical - Shout! - The Legend of the Wild One - Johnny O'Keefe. It is a fascinating career and a conversation that reveals much of the negotiation, collaboration and frustration that goes into securing and presenting such iconic entertainment experiences. In 1985 Kevin received the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in recognition of his services to the performing arts. He has also garnered numerous ARIA, Mo and Green Room Awards for his theatrical productions. In 2002 Live Performance Australia honoured his contribution to the industry with its James Cassius Williamson Award. The STAGES podcast is available to access and subscribe from Spotify and Apple podcasts. Or from wherever you access your favourite podcasts. A conversation with creatives about craft and career. Recipient of Best New Podcast at 2019 Australian Podcast Awards. Follow socials on instagram (stagespodcast) and facebook (Stages). www.stagespodcast.com.au

STAGES with Peter Eyers
‘Shake, Rattle and Roll' - Musician, Impresario and Showbiz Legend; Kevin Jacobsen - Part 1

STAGES with Peter Eyers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 72:31


Born in Sydney in 1937, Kevin Jacobsen began his working life in a chartered accountant's practice. An adept piano player, he devoted all his spare moments to music. In 1957, he and his brother Colin, joined with John Bogle, Lawrie Erwin and Dave Bridge to form the KJ Quintet. After some success changed their name to Col Joye and the Joy Boys, adding younger brother Keith. Almost immediately they scored a booking on Bill McColl's Jazzarama concert in October 1957. After this came an engagement to play at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney as a curtain raiser for the film The Tommy Steele Story, an appearance on TV's Bandstand and a recording contract. While Col Joye went on to become a ‘teen idol' and an enduring pop legend, Kevin left the band and began managing artists and promoting concerts. He and Col set up Col Joye enterprises and their own publishing company. In 1965, with Col and Tony Brady, Jacobsen founded ATA Allstar Artists, which encompassed a record label, a recording studio, event promotion and production, and artist representation. Initially Jacobsen presented local acts – including, of course, Col Joye and the Joy Boys – but before long he began importing overseas attractions. It was to mark this change of direction, that ‘Kevin Jacobsen Productions' was created. He claims that in the 1970s and 1980s he toured more artists than any other Australian promoter. Eventually he started producing theatrical shows and arena spectaculars, frequently working in partnership with other promoters. Among his early successes was a tour by the affable Irish comedian Dave Allen; one of his disasters was The Evil Knievel Thrill Spectacular, whose infamous American daredevil star failed to deliver either thrills or spectacle. In 1987 Jacobsen presented Michael Jackson's first Australian tour. In 1988 he was commissioned by the Queensland Government to mastermind ‘Queensland Day' celebrations in the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Kent, and by the Federal Government to produce the Royal Bicentennial Concert in the presence of the Prince and Princess of Wales. In 1989 he presented the sell-out concert event Legends of Rock. In 1995 he was the first promoter outside the USA to be invited by the Disney organization to present the stage version of Beauty and the Beast. Its run of two years in Melbourne and 15 months in Sydney grossed $58 million. Also that year he produced the television series Gladiators for the Seven Network. The gross takings for his 1997 presentation of The Three Tenors at the Melbourne Cricket Ground were the largest in Australian history for a single concert – $15 million. In 1999 he presented The Bee Gees – One Night Only, the first live performance at Stadium Australia – the Olympic Stadium. In 2000 Barbra Streisand's four stadium concerts in Sydney and Melbourne achieved the highest grosses anywhere in the world for this artist, more than $23 million. The year 2001 brought Shout! – The Legend of the Wild One, an all-Australian production based on the life of Jacobsen's old friend, Johnny O'Keefe. It toured Australia to record crowds, winning Mo and Green Room Awards and an ARIA for Best Cast Album. In 2002 Jacobsen presented a sell-out Elton John concert tour, plus Fame – The Musical, which toured throughout Asia, and two sensationally successful arena shows: the classic Australian rock anthology Long Way to the Top and the brilliantly innovative The Man from Snowy River Arena Spectacular. Other Jacobsen theatrical ventures have included Oscar Wilde's Diversions and Delights, Girls' Night Out, A Chorus Line, Camelot (with Richard Harris), Lend Me a Tenor, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Walt Disney's World on Ice and Stars of the Bolshoi Ballet, as well as massive open-air productions of Aida and Turandot. Among the many artists who have toured under the Jacobsen banner are Slim Whitman, KISS, Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Marley, Shania Twain, Billy Joel, John Denver, Pearl Jam, Cyndi Lauper, Julio Iglesias, Ba

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey
Local Unemployed Girl's Fight Against Starvation | Barbra Streisand

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 3:42


Venture with Paul Harvey to a gay bar in New York where history was made. A woman sits nervously, awaiting her turn in the spotlight. The winner of the bar's singing contest would get a desirable cash prize with food on the side. Who is the singer and how did she find herself in this situation? Tune in for the rest of the story!https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbra_Streisand

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey
Taming the Lion and Wowing Crowds | Barbra Streisand

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 3:47


A desperate actress on the edge of starvation was entered into a local bar's singing competition by her friend. She was so uncomfortable and unsure of her abilities. She closed her eyes and hoped for death on the spot to end her misery. The woman, someone you might know, was shocked when she won. Who was she? Tune in for the rest of the story!https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbra_Streisand

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey
Once Considered "Boring," Hurdling Toward Stardom | Poor Plain Joan

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 3:50


"She's so plain...so boring," crowds grumbled as they emptied the stands, leaving Plain Joan alone and embarrassed on the stage. She vowed to never sing again in that town as the memory haunted her throughout her career. If only the people in the crowd knew who she would become and the success she was bound for in that fateful summer concert in 1969. Tune in for the rest of the story!https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbra_Streisand

Broadway to Main Street
Stocking Stuffers 2022

Broadway to Main Street

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 54:01


A cornucopia of new recordings that will brighten up every show tune fan's holiday season: music from Barbra Streisand, Sutton Foster, Lea Michele, Sara Bareilles, and more.

The Balanced, Beautiful and Abundant Show- Rebecca Whitman
How to do Network Marketing the Ivy League Way with Amy Powers!

The Balanced, Beautiful and Abundant Show- Rebecca Whitman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 48:05


Amy Powers is a Harvard-trained lawyer, Columbia University MBA, best-selling author, Emmy-nominated songwriter, theater and film producer, online business owner, coach, and connector.After discovering that working as an attorney at a major New York firm fed her bank account but starved her soul, she ditched the “grind to 5” and began writing lyrics, finding multi-platinum success with artists from Barbie to Barbra Streisand.However, freelance life brought its own challenges- unpredictable income, uncontrollable marketplace changes, and too few hours to spend with her husband and sons. She yearned to increase her revenue, decrease her stress, and have more flexibility. That's when she discovered Network Marketing, through a company that aligned with her core values of healthy living inside and out. Initially skeptical, she soon saw the power of this business model and seized the opportunity to create more money, more impact, and more freedom to live life on her own terms.After following her company's blueprint to create an extra six-figure revenue stream and seven-figure asset, and reaching the top level of its compensation plan, Amy felt called to reach a wider audience, and assist others looking for solutions. Her book NO DEGREE REQUIRED: Network Marketing The Ivy League Way is a #1 Amazon best seller.In addition to her network marketing business, she and her husband J. Todd Harris are co-producers of both theater (including HEATHERS, THE MUSICAL;  PHENOMENAL WOMAN - THE MAYA ANGELOU STORY, and the Broadway-bound SOUL TRAIN: THE MUSICAL) and the upcoming film version of ON FIRE, the acclaimed autobiography of world-renowned inspirational speaker John O'Leary.Her newest venture, AmySentMe, is a health and happiness concierge service, helping people uplevel their lives and businesses with hand-picked, pre-vetted services from psychic mediums to sober coaches, book-writing to boudoir photography, and health reboots to healing retreats.Amy believes in manifesting one's own destiny by leveraging the power of authenticity and passion. She aims to inspire others to join her in living their healthiest, happiest, most abundant lives.https://linktr.ee/Amylynnepowers?fbclid=PAAaZREHZhHtAodbJaJ82olmGkJTBY9a_-kNQCR5e8BCZNcHbjT-F7WSBJ9qAHow to Be Balanced, Beautiful and Abundant?For more information go to…https://www.rebeccaelizabethwhitman.com/Https://linktr.ee/rebeccaewhitman This is The Quickest & Easiest Way To Your Own Side Hustle!Show me how----->https://balancedbeautifulabundant.com/

The Natural Health Rising Podcast
42: Easy & Delicious Ways To Consume Organ Meats with Chef James Barry

The Natural Health Rising Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 56:57


James Barry's has over 16 years of experience in the culinary field. He started as a private chef cooking for celebrities such as Tom Cruise, George Clooney, Gerard Butler, Sean Combs aka P. Diddy, Barbra Streisand, and John Cusack. Most recently, James launched his first functional food product, Pluck, an organ-based seasoning. It's the first of its kind and an easy and delicious way for people to get organ meats into their diet. James is also a published cookbook author having co-authored the recipes in Margaret Floyd's book Eat Naked and co-authored the follow-up cookbook The Naked Foods Cookbook. He most recently co-authored the recipes in Dr. Alejandro Junger's book, Clean 7. In this episode, we talk about: His journey from being a chef to launching his functional food product, Pluck; His views on agricultural food supply; The benefits of consuming organ meats; Pluck organ-based seasoning and its components; And so much more! Connect with Chef James and Pluck Products here: Save 10% Off of Pluck Products: https://lddy.no/1djnt use the discount code: NHR10 Website: eatpluck.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatpluck & https://www.instagram.com/chefjamesbarry Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/eatpluck Product Links: Fullscript: https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/rsmith1610125615 Beauty Counter: https://www.beautycounter.com/rachelsmith Reach out to Rachel here: Instagram & Tik Tok: @Naturalhealthrising Website: https://naturalhealthrising.com/ Book a free consultation with Rachel here: https://link.coachmatixmail.com/widget/appointment/rachelsmith/healthconsultation FREE 3-day nutrition & detox guide: https://www.naturalhealthrising.net/energy-reboot-plan --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rachel-smith11/support

Let It Roll
The Record Exec Who Signed Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Cyndi Lauper and Ruled the 1980's

Let It Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 64:10


Hosts Nate Wilcox and Brooks Long discuss the merits and demerits of Walter Yetnikoff's storied run at CBS Records.Buy the book and support the show.Download this episode.Have a question or a suggestion for a topic or person for Nate to interview? Email letitrollpodcast@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter.Follow us on Facebook.Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts.

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Tiffany and her new album Shadows

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 6:44


ABOUT TIFFANY AND SHADOWSTiffany is back with the announcement of her first new record since 2018's Piece Of Me. Shadows, due November 25, 2022 via Deko Entertainment, is described as a cathartic comeback LP on which Tiffany bares her soul and invites listeners to walk with her into the light. Today, she shares the record's newest single, "I Like The Rain," of which she says: "'I Like The Rain' is about owning your own dysfunction and the people who benefit from it."Speaking on her forthcoming LP, she continued: "Shadows is about the light and dark of my life, the heartbreak that nobody knows about, when you're trying to be fabulous onstage. My life has never been perfect. But maybe all those things are meant to be. And what helps me more than anything is writing songs."Shadows includes 11 brand new songs, including the new single "I Like The Rain," as well as stand out tracks "My Everything," "Bed of Nails," and a rocking cover of the Rival Sons track "Keep On Swinging." It will be released in multiple formats, including Digital, CD, and Limited-Edition Pink and Black vinyl, with pop-up album artwork created by multidisciplinary British artist Stuart Semple. This is limited to 250 copies and comes with multiple Tiffany photo inserts, making this a one-of-a-kind collectible piece.Stuart states, "It's been really exciting to be able to make some new art with Tiffany. Her music was a big part of my childhood. The new record is amazing and I'm so glad to have been able to come up with a visual way to bring it to life. It feels like the whole project is an artwork in it's own right."The most fascinating artists have both darkness and light. No one understands that duality better than Tiffany. She's the former teen icon with the scars of a lifer. A multi-million-selling phenomenon whose outward success story belies bad romances and bum deals. A genre-blind singer/songwriter who writes starkly personal lyrics that make entire stadiums sing along.As such, when it came to naming her new studio album, one title called out. "Shadows is about the light and dark of my life," says Tiffany. "The heartbreak that nobody knows about, when you're trying to be fabulous onstage. My life has never been perfect. But maybe all those things are meant to be. And what helps me more than anything is writing songs."Tiffany's life can be measured in songs. Anyone with even a casual eye on pop culture will remember her breakout in the late-'80s, sparked by the transatlantic #1 smash, "I Think We're Alone Now."But the fans who have made the journey with her since know that the best stuff came later, as the singer fought her way to the music she burned to record, from 1993's restorative Dreams Never Die, through the pulsing electro bangers of 2005's Dust Off And Dance, right up to 2018's highly acclaimed Pieces Of Me. "It's an album highlighting an artist at the top of their game," wrote Get Ready To Rock of the latter, "producing music from the heart.""It's been a long journey to get back," reflects the singer. "There can be a lot of discouragement, naysayers, and obstacles. But you've got to keep on swinging. You've got to have a lion heart. For Shadows, I found the right people and that made me bold."The songs that Tiffany brought to the Shadows sessions at Rockfield Studios - some rowdy and brittle, others tender and feather-soft - are a candid snapshot of her life as she steps into her fifth decade. But listen a little harder and you'll hear everything that has led her here, for better and worse.Born in Norwalk, California, on October 2nd, 1971 - and carrying a tune from the age of two - Tiffany barely remembers her life before the stage. She was a pageant girl, then a dancer, before, aged nine, she sang at a friend's birthday party and the clocks stopped. "There I was, nine years old, and I sounded like a 30-year-old woman," she recalls. "Not being in the music industry, my parents had no idea how to begin, but we just started there."Even in the Golden State, Tiffany's home life came with storm clouds. "My parents were lovely people, but there were issues with alcohol, a turmoil there," she says. "You'd hear the crying at night, the screaming, the rows, and wonder if you're even going to have a place to stay the next day."Through the chaos, music was her lifeline. In the early-'80s, all over San Diego, from the fairgrounds of Del Mar to the country music circuit, Tiffany was a livewire presence, singing out her heart and soaking up the wisdom of the greats whose orbit she now moved in. "From artists like Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard and George Jones, I learnt to live out loud," she reflects. "They woke up and that's who they were. They lived their life through music."All the while, Tiffany was feeding the insatiable muse that is evident on Shadows. "I had an older cousin who was listening to AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Heart," she reflects. "I'd ask my best friend to buy my records at the music store when I was too embarrassed, because I had Barbra Streisand, Ozzy Osbourne, and James Taylor. I love Joni Mitchell. Joan Baez. Huge Bob Dylan fan. And with artists like Stevie Nicks and Deborah Harry, it wasn't just the music that inspired me, it was their strength. These are women who have made it through the good, the bad and the ugly."The passing decades would see Tiffany suffering her own body blows, from the painful court case in which she fought her parents for control of her career to the relationships that rose and fell in the public eye. "Sometimes," she laughs darkly, "my girlfriends will make a joke and say, 'You just date the same person over and over again...'"But while a lesser artist might retreat to lick their wounds, Tiffany always used her hard-won experience as rocket fuel. Driven by that unmistakable grit-and-honey voice, Shadows feels wrenched from the depths, from the defiant primal-scream rocker "Cried For The Last Time" to the bruised electro ballad "I'll Meet You Anywhere." "On this album, there's a pop base with rock edge," she considers. "There's a definite retro sound on songs like 'Shadows' and 'Lost Inside. 'They have that punky, '80s, Go-Gos, Blondie, Pat Benatar kinda feel with a more modern rock attitude. I want people to sing along."Producer Mark Alberici and the first-call studio band ensured that Shadows roars from the speakers. But perhaps the record's greatest power comes from Tiffany's unflinching lyrics. "'I Like The Rain' is saying that I almost choose the chaos in my life," she says of the riff-driven groove, "while 'You're My Everything' was about having a big row with my boyfriend, but instead of the end of our relationship being ugly, I wanted it to be beautiful." Elsewhere, smoky torch song "Bed Of Nails" was so heartfelt that Tiffany caught the vocal in a single late-night take. "It's quite a dark song and I just purged myself. I walked up to the mic and it was literally one pass, which is what you hear on the record. I'm writing about a relationship where two people aren't getting what they want out of it, yet they've sacrificed a lot to be there. At the time, my boyfriend and I were both divorcing other people. With a lot of these songs, I'm sharing my vulnerability with you."All of our lives come with shadows. But with her latest studio album, Tiffany invites her fans to walk with her into the light. "These last few years, we've all been through a really hard time," she considers. "People have been through divorces, lost jobs, family members, friends. I know I have. You have to carry on, but there's a sadness and loneliness."That's where music comes in," she counters. "It bonds people. For me, it recharges my batteries, getting that validation, seeing those smiles, getting the fans to go on the next journey with me. Who knows where I'm going next? But I'm a lifer. There's no plan B. I think I'm doing my best material now. I know myself more - and I'm singing the best I ever have..."https://linktr.ee/TiffanyTuneshttps://tiffanytunes.com/news

Awakening Aphrodite
131. Ancestral Nutrition for the Modern Appetite: Organ Meats, Picky Eaters and Conscious Cooking with Celebrity Chef James Barry, Creator of Pluck Seasoning

Awakening Aphrodite

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 71:50


Pop quiz! What is the MOST nutrient-dense food on the planet? Do I hear vegetables? Eggs? Kale? Smoothies? Salads? Actually, the correct answer is *drumroll*...organs. ORGANS! Organ meats, otherwise known as “offal,” which is a play on words, because many people think they taste awful. Well, guess what? Problem, solution! Today's guest, James Barry, has worked as a professional chef for over 17 years. His clients include Tom Cruise, George Clooney, Gerard Butler, Sean Puffy Combs, Barbra Streisand, John Cusack and more. This guy's big time, okay? He knows how to cook and he knows how to make food taste good. But what's most interesting about him is he knows how to make healthy food taste good. This episode is all about the nutritional benefits and challenges of consuming organ meats. James is the inventor of Pluck, an incredibly delicious seasoning that includes 5 different regeneratively-sourced, grass-fed organ meats curated to make your palate and your body feel wonderful. Like me, thousands of James's customers use Pluck seasoning on just about everything– from breakfast scrambles to poultry to popcorn. Tune in for simple tips from James about incorporating organ meats into your diet, facts on the science and psychological effects of flavor and his thoughts on preparing simple, nutritious food that the whole family will enjoy. Enrich your pantry and your palate with Pluck seasoning here and enter code FITAMYTV for 15% off! You can also visit amyfournier.com and view my estore for more of my FAVORITE products at discount. TIME STAMPS 0:07:52 The Value Of Customer Feedback 0:12:04 Cooking For Tom Cruise 0:14:28 The 3 Hurdles Of Consuming Organ Meats 0:19:46 Absorbing Vitamins From Meat vs Vegetables 0:24:24 How Organ Meats Can Heal Your Organs 0:28:04 How To Source Your Organ Meat 0:30:50 Tips For Using Your Organ Meats 0:38:53 The Nutrition-Flavor Correlation 0:47:25 The Difference Between A Chef And A Cook 0:49:55 The American Palate 0:52:38 Tips For Home Cooking 0:58:03 Meal Prepping For Parents 1:02:43 Food And Self-Love 1:08:44 Get Your Pluck At Discount! We want to connect with you! Jump on Amy's email list and follow her updates at @FitAmyTV. You can find out more at amyfournier.com and watch this episode on YouTube at Awakening Aphrodite Podcast/FitAmyTV! For special discounts on Amy's FAVORITE products, visit her estore.

Awakening Aphrodite
131. Ancestral Nutrition for the Modern Appetite: Organ Meats, Picky Eaters and Conscious Cooking with Celebrity Chef James Barry, Creator of Pluck Seasoning

Awakening Aphrodite

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 71:50


Pop quiz! What is the MOST nutrient-dense food on the planet? Do I hear vegetables? Eggs? Kale? Smoothies? Salads? Actually, the correct answer is *drumroll*...organs. ORGANS! Organ meats, otherwise known as “offal,” which is a play on words, because many people think they taste awful. Well, guess what? Problem, solution! Today's guest, James Barry, has worked as a professional chef for over 17 years. His clients include Tom Cruise, George Clooney, Gerard Butler, Sean Puffy Combs, Barbra Streisand, John Cusack and more. This guy's big time, okay? He knows how to cook and he knows how to make food taste good. But what's most interesting about him is he knows how to make healthy food taste good. This episode is all about the nutritional benefits and challenges of consuming organ meats. James is the inventor of Pluck, an incredibly delicious seasoning that includes 5 different regeneratively-sourced, grass-fed organ meats curated to make your palate and your body feel wonderful. Like me, thousands of James's customers use Pluck seasoning on just about everything– from breakfast scrambles to poultry to popcorn. Tune in for simple tips from James about incorporating organ meats into your diet, facts on the science and psychological effects of flavor and his thoughts on preparing simple, nutritious food that the whole family will enjoy. Enrich your pantry and your palate with Pluck seasoning here and enter code FITAMYTV for 15% off! You can also visit amyfournier.com and view my estore for more of my FAVORITE products at discount. TIME STAMPS 0:07:52 The Value Of Customer Feedback 0:12:04 Cooking For Tom Cruise 0:14:28 The 3 Hurdles Of Consuming Organ Meats 0:19:46 Absorbing Vitamins From Meat vs Vegetables 0:24:24 How Organ Meats Can Heal Your Organs 0:28:04 How To Source Your Organ Meat 0:30:50 Tips For Using Your Organ Meats 0:38:53 The Nutrition-Flavor Correlation 0:47:25 The Difference Between A Chef And A Cook 0:49:55 The American Palate 0:52:38 Tips For Home Cooking 0:58:03 Meal Prepping For Parents 1:02:43 Food And Self-Love 1:08:44 Get Your Pluck At Discount! We want to connect with you! Jump on Amy's email list and follow her updates at @FitAmyTV. You can find out more at amyfournier.com and watch this episode on YouTube at Awakening Aphrodite Podcast/FitAmyTV! For special discounts on Amy's FAVORITE products, visit her estore.

Apokalypse & Filterkaffee
Wir sind werder wer! (mit Jagoda Marinić)

Apokalypse & Filterkaffee

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 41:02


Die Themen: Deutschland holt ein Unentschieden gegen Spanien; US-Verband zeigt Irans Flagge ohne Zeichen der Islamischen Republik; Klingbeil gibt Ampelkoalition nur eine 3+; Anti-Corona-Proteste in China; Barbra Streisand zur Krönung von Charles eingeladen; Ratten sollen in Indien laut Polizei Hunderte Kilo Cannabis gefuttert haben Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/ApokalypseundFilterkaffee

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast
“Wir laufen in einen Prozess der De-Globalisierung”

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 26:43


Im Interview: Nouriel Roubini, Ökonom an der New York University, spricht mit Gabor Steingart über das Decoupling, über seine Sorge vor einem möglichen Weltkrieg und die geopolitischen Blöcke der Zukunft. Der Vize-Chefredakteur von ThePioneer, Gordon Repinski, erklärt die Kritik des SPD-Parteichefs an der Ampelkoalition. Die Börsenreporterinnen Anne Schwedt und Annette Weisbach schauen auf den Black Friday und die wichtigsten Termine der kommenden Börsenwoche. Echtes sportliches Highlight in Katar: Kamelrennen. Der König verehrt Barbra Streisand.

Great Pop Culture Debate
Best Barbra Streisand Song

Great Pop Culture Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 87:46


Host Eric Rezsnyak and panelists Bob Erlenback, Derek Mekita, and Nick Everage discuss the best songs from the decades-spanning career of the legendary Barbra Streisand. Make sure to download the listener bracket here! Follow the Show! - Twitter: @culture_debate - Insta: @greatpopculturedebate - facebook.com/greatpopculturedebate - patreon.com/greatpopculturedebate Credits Producers: Mike Rapin, Eric Rezsnyak Editor: Jeff Perry Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What It Takes
Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind

What It Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 42:03


He had a slew of international hits in the 1960's and 70's, including "If You Could Read My Mind," "Sundown" and The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald."  His songs were also performed by some of the biggest stars of that time, including Jerry Lee Lewis, The Grateful Dead, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, and Barbra Streisand. Today, at 84 years old, Gordon Lightfoot is still writing and performing. He is as charming a raconteur as you might expect, given the nature of the songs he writes, and talks here about his childhood in a small town in Ontario, and about his path to the top of the music industry.  He describes the quirks of his songwriting process, and explains why he changed the words of "Edmund Fitzgerald" after he recorded it. 

Cloud Jazz Smooth Jazz
Cloud Jazz 2275 (Especial Producciones Maurice White) - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

Cloud Jazz Smooth Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 59:26


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! El protagonista de este especial es Maurice White, el que fuera líder de la banda Earth, Wind & Fire, fallecido en el año 2016. Repasamos algunas de sus producciones para otros artistas: Freddie Ravel, The Emotions, Afterbach, Jennifer Holliday, Urban Knights, Ramsey Lewis, Pieces of A Dream, Barbra Streisand, Pockets, Deniece Williams, El DeBarge, Jevetta Steele y Brian Culbertson.Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Cloud Jazz Smooth Jazz. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/27170

This Classical Life
Jess Gillam with... Hugh Cutting

This Classical Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 26:43


Jess Gillam is joined in the studio by countertenor Hugh Cutting to share the music they can't get enough of. Hugh's choices include the voices of Barbra Streisand, Anthony Rolfe Johnson, and Glen Campbell. Jess brings soundscapes by Anders Hillborg and Dictaphone, and a reimagining of Benjamin Britten's 'Concord' by cellist Matthew Barley. Playlist: Vivaldi - Bassoon Concerto in E Minor, RV 484: III. Allegro [Sergio Azzolini (bassoon) Ensemble L'aura Soave Cremona] Michel Legrand – A Piece of Sky (from Yentl) [Barbra Streisand] Anders Hillborg – Violin Concerto No.1 [Anna Lindal (violin), Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Esa-Pekka Salonen] Vaughan Williams – On Wenlock Edge: Bredon Hill [Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor), Graham Johnson (piano), Duke Quartet] Dictaphone – Nr. 12 Bernstein – Candide Overture [Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic] Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman Britten – Concord [Matthew Barley]

The Red Room Podcast
Barbra Streisand book - Matt Howe and Richard Jay-Alexander

The Red Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 60:26


Author Matt Howe has written the first book ever about Barbra Streisand's 60 year recording career. The new book is published by FMP. Scott Ryaninterviews Matt Howe and Richard Jay-Alexander, who directs her concerts and helped produce Miss Saigon, Phantom, and many other shows. Order the Barbra book at TuckerDSPress.com

Broadway to Main Street
I've Got to Sing a Torch Song

Broadway to Main Street

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 53:46


Do you know how the lady in the harbor feels? Great torch songs from Broadway musicals sung by Sara Bareilles, Barbra Streisand, Sarah Vaughan, Eydie Gormé and many more.  

The Modern Drummer Podcast
John DeChristopher Live From My Drum Room With JR Robinson

The Modern Drummer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 70:09


John's guest this week is legendary studio drummer John JR Robinson. In this episode, JR talks about attending Berklee College in Boston in the early/mid 1970s where his classmates included Vinnie Colaiuta, Steve Smith, Casey Scheuerell and Kenwood Dennard, and studying with Alan Dawson and Gary Chaffee. Going on the road with his show band and meeting and joining Rufus and Chaka Khan and moving to Los Angeles, which was a pivotal point in his career. After meeting Quincy Jones, JR became one of the busiest and most in-demand studio drummers in LA. John and JR do a deep dive into some of the biggest hits he recorded, and JR shares stories about working with Michael Jackson, Madonna, John Fogerty, Barbra Streisand, Steve Winwood, Lionel Richie, David Lee Roth, as well as his latest project “SRT,” who will be releasing their full record soon. This was only the tip of the iceberg so stay tuned for Part 2! Please subscribe to Live From My Drum Room: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnDeChristopherLiveFromMyDrumRoom

Above the Law - Thinking Like a Lawyer
The Drumbeat Of Layoffs Getting Louder

Above the Law - Thinking Like a Lawyer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 34:45


It's not 2009 all over again, but it's not great. Layoffs are continuing to percolate through the legal industry. Will they stay contained to a few firms with hard hit clients or are we seeing the beginning of widespread firings. Meanwhile, Jones Day has another brush with the Streisand Effect, leading the panel to have to explain who Barbra Streisand is to our youngest member.

A Little Bit Healthier
29. How to Make Food Delicious and Nutritious with Celebrity Chef James Barry

A Little Bit Healthier

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 36:36


In this episode, I talk with Celebrity Chef James Barry all about how to make food delicious, nutritious and simple. James believes that organ meats are a great way to help people to get the nutrients they need. He considers animal organs some of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet.    In this episode we dive into:   How the latest fad diet is not always good for you Using texture to make your food delicious Tips to make delicious recipes when you have limited time Why it is important to be selective about what comes into your kitchen What are organ meats, and how do they show up in world cuisine? The most important nutrients in organ meat Synthetic versus natural forms of vitamins The lack of transparency in the food industry The five types of flavoring in our food James Barry's 16 plus years in the culinary field started as a private chef cooking for celebrities such as Tom Cruise, Mariska Hargitay, George Clooney, Gerard Butler, Sean “Puffy” Combs, Barbra Streisand, and John Cusack. Most recently, James launched his first functional food product, Pluck, an organ-based seasoning. It's the first of its kind and an amazingly easy and delicious way for people to get organ meats into their diet. James is also a published cookbook author having co-authored the recipes in Margaret Floyd's book Eat Naked and co-authored the follow-up cookbook The Naked Foods Cookbook. He most recently co-authored the recipes in Dr. Alejandro Junger's book, Clean 7.    Links:  Instagram: @eatpluck, @chefjamesbarry Website: Save 10% with code MEGMILL  Click Here to check it out   Having trouble getting started or staying connected with your health goals? Download my Health Goal Strategy Guide for a clear plan today. For more info on the host, visit www.megmill.com and follow Meg on Instagram @drmegmill. I would love for you to screenshot the episode and tag me so we can connect! Don't forget to leave a review!

The Flipping 50 Show
Amplify Health After 50: Easing into Organ Meat

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 45:51


My sister-in-law was a rockstar mom. She cooked organ meats for my niece. Who is to this day healthy, resilient and as strong a woman as I know.  I did not do this for my son. Just saying. I loved the idea of making my own baby food. I just never did it. Can you relate?  And I personally, cringed… and begged for an invitation to my next door neighbor's house for dinner when my mom occasionally served liver for dinner. The smell alone made me gag.  With our world so polarized by vegans and carnivores, and keto and Paleo, and fasting and fueling… enter organ meats.  I am no expert in that arena and as you might guess I am not serving up liver in my recipe batching weekly. I am however an advocate for high micronutrient-dense diets that support muscle, bone and brain health.  Aren't you? So if we put down our personal preferences for a moment and just consider the information as just that, this episode is for informed choices. Whether or not they're right for you, is up to you.  My Guest:  James Barry's 16 + years in the culinary field started as a private chef cooking for celebrities such as Tom Cruise, Mariska Hargitay, George Clooney, Gerard Butler, Sean “Puffy” Combs, Barbra Streisand, and John Cusack. Most recently, James launched his first functional food product, Pluck, an organ-based seasoning. It's the first of its kind and an amazingly easy and delicious way for people to get organ meats into their diet. James is also a published cookbook author having co-authored the recipes in Margaret Floyd's book Eat Naked and co-authored the follow-up cookbook The Naked Foods Cookbook. He most recently co- authored the recipes in Dr. Alejandro Junger's book, Clean 7. Stick around til the end and I WILL ask the questions you all want to hear about cooking for Tom. 00:00 Questions we answer in this episode:  06:03 First, What are organ meats? 13:27 Why are they important? 17:30 Do you make your kids eat liver?  Who would most benefit from organ meat?  20:30 Is sourcing important? Tips to get them into our diets? 38:45 Stay tuned to the end to hear the celebrity gossip!! Try it, You'll Like it! https://flippingfifty.com/eatpluck 15% off with code FLIPPING50  Pluck on Social https://www.facebook.com/eatpluck https://www.instagram.com/eatpluck/

Cocktails at Table 7- Inside New York’s Joe Allen
Cocktails with Rosie O'Donnell: The Great Cajun Chicken Sandwich Scandal of 2002

Cocktails at Table 7- Inside New York’s Joe Allen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 40:46


Rosie O'Donnell is a beloved comedian, celebrated actress, and talk show legend. Despite all these professional accolades, it is perhaps her generosity of spirit, her tireless advocacy on behalf of children and families, and her heartfelt commitment to the health of the American theater that most definitively define her impact on popular culture.Born in Commack, New York on March 21, 1962, Rosie O'Donnell embarked on a career as a standup comedian right out of high school, and in short order found herself enjoying a five show winning streak on the iconic television series, “Star Search” Shortly thereafter, she scored additional major appearances on television, including a regular role as Maggie O'Brien on NBC's popular sitcom, “Gimme a Break” and a high profile run as a VH1 VJIn 1992, Rosie was cast alongside Tom Hanks, Madonna, and Geena Davis in the smash hit “A League of Their Own.” She went on to further success on the big screen, starring in twelve films between 1992 and 1996, including 1993's “Sleepless in Seattle,” 1995's “Now and Then,”and 1996's “Beautiful Girls.”Her most monumental break came by accepting NBC's offer to host a variety daytime television show, “The Rosie O'Donnell Show” in 1996. Rosie's innate love of all things show business and her easy rapport with the celebrities she had grown up idolizing translated into a unique and hugely popular TV phenomenon. “The Rosie O'Donnell Show” ran for six seasons and went on to win a variety of Emmy awards, leaving a memorable mark on American television before ending production in 2002.In the past 20 years, Rosie's dedication to her artistic endeavors and charitable interests have continued unabated. She has been a regular fixture on television, on Broadway, and, in recent years, has gotten rave reviews for her powerful performances in Showtime's “SMILF” and HBO's “I Know This Much is True.” She can currently be seen in the Showtime original series, “American Gigolo.”-bio adapted and edited from Rosie.com

The Daily Zeitgeist
Shell Games: Climate, Inflation And The McRib 10.31.22

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 60:29


In episode 1362, Jack and Miles are joined by song writer, actor, and star of Barbarian, Matthew Patrick Davis, to discuss… Update on Inflation / Climate Change, On Same Day As Apocalyptic Climate Report From UN--NYTimes Drops Article Spiking Football On How Well We've Turned It Around, The McRib Is The Streisand Of Sandwiches and more! Update on Inflation / Climate Change These Top 5 Oil Companies Just Raked In $35 Billion While Americans Pay More at the Pump On Same Day As Apocalyptic Climate Report From UN--NYTimes Drops Article Spiking Football On How Well We've Turned It Around The McRib Is The Streisand Of Sandwiches Military Experiments, Food Conspiracies, and 'The Flintstones:' The History of the McRib A Conspiracy of Hogs: The McRib as Arbitrage From Bob Seger to Elton John to KISS, farewell concert tours abound, and business is booming Cher's still going strong after decade of farewell tours Barbra Streisand: A final, final, final farewell tour? LISTEN: Pentagram by Prefuse 73See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.