Capital region of Belgium
Texte: La police belge a utilisé les canons à eau pour disperser un large groupe de manifestants ayant envahi une place du centre de Bruxelles. Traduction: Belgian police fired water cannon to disperse a large group of demonstrators who stormed a central Brussels square.
Everybody just stay level-headed as this ride gets a little bumpy. Buckle up y'little gumball Brussels sprouts and get dialed into an episode that doesn't lack passion. That passion comes through the categories of supplements we don't need, Alec Baldwin, littered masks, sports radio death threats, Tupac's laugh, America's ever-changing ways, liberalism, and dealing with life's irritations. That's a lot, but it's packaged into this half-hour listening experience, so go now. Just.Go.Now. Sending peace and love right into your soul and sack. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhdios! On Twitter @jrosenberg957 Logo art by Brandon Lai Music by Micah Julius 4 and 0 start by your Golden State Warriors
After a discussion of upcoming holidays and the time change this weekend, we finally get into the news, including the throwdown in Brussels, Krakow's metro system idea is not quite dead yet, everything is more expensive, the cost of Christmas decorations, Zabka delivery and Dr. Mike is a terrible tipper.
Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast. Our newsletter brings you five podcast recommendations each week according to a theme, and curated by a different person. Our podcast is an audio version of the newsletter.Subscribe to the newsletter: eepurl.com/cIcBuHThis week's theme is Internet Culture. The curator is Eric Johnson, founder of Lightning Pod.Thank you to our title sponsor: On The Edge, a new podcast from The Creative Coalition. On the Edge spotlights stories of opportunity, discovery, and courage with some of entertainment's biggest stars.Listen: https://bit.ly/OntheEdgewithTCCWe received additional sponsorship for this week's episode from Future Hindsight. Future Hindsight is a podcast that takes big ideas about civic life and democracy and turns them into action items. Join Mila Atmos in a new season on the social contract, as she asks big questions about how we live and what we owe each other.Listen: http://futurehindsight.comOn Feedback with EarBuds, you'll hear an interview between our host, Arielle Nissenblatt, and someone doing something interesting in the podcast space. Then, you'll hear about this week's podcast picks being featured on our newsletter.About our curator, Eric Johnson:Eric has worked in digital media and podcasting for more than 10 years, starting at WBRU-FM in Providence, R.I. He's also worked at WTOP-FM, Mental_Floss, AllThingsD, Recode, and Vox Media, and he's a member of The Podcast Academy.From 2015 to 2020, Eric produced Recode Decode with Kara Swisher, one of the top-ranking Technology podcasts on Apple Podcasts; Adweek named it the Podcast of the Year in 2019. Find this week's podcast recommendation list here: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/best-internet-culture-podcastsThis week's podcast picks from Eric:Decoder RingFollow FridayUnderunderstoodICYMIThe Content MinesThis week's spotlight: Stop Podcasting YourselfSubmitted by Meghan GrantShe writes...I've come to believe that I actually have friends in Vancouver. I'm so attached to Dave and Graham, which is weird because I'm an Australian diplomat's wife living in Brussels and studying counselling in between being a stay-at-home mum/serious human.Listen: https://maximumfun.org/podcasts/stop-podcasting-yourself/Apply to have your podcast spotlit: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/podcast-spotlightsEarBuds Blog: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/blogCurate a list here: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/earbuds-podcast-curators-formFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EarbudsPodColFollow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/earbudspodcastcollectiveFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/earbudspodcastcollective/Learn more at our website: http://www.earbudspodcastcollective.orgTee Public: https://www.teepublic.com/user/earbuds-podcast-collective
In this "HBR Minute Rewind" HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) explores the recent HBR video, "How Cultures Across the World Approach Leadership." See the video here: https://hbr.org/video/5476393165001/how-cultures-across-the-world-approach-leadership. Video Overview: They vary in deference and decision making. For more, read "Being the Boss in Brussels, Boston, and Beijing" (Originally Aired May 39, 2021). Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/
Finally this Sunday on the show I have the huge pleasure to welcome a multi-facetted poet, musician, sculptor and painter, film visual artist and of course magician Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule. Orryelle opens up about his childhood growing up in Perth, Australia, within a very conservative family and a very conservative place expressing himself in creative ways by writing and drawing and his ‘late huge awakening' at age 19-20 in Sydney. To Orryelle, art has always been a way of dealing with things that he initially thought to be disembodied – which will be another very relevant topic a bit later – and he shares how his personal boundaries between expressing himself by artistic mediums and consciously performing ritual work have blurred over time until finally all art and magic felt like one thing. Of course, the question how such an amazing artist could develop and hone his skills will be asked and answered where again we experience the respective process of magic and art to be intertwined in inseparable ways. We will also explore the Tarot deck Orryelle created more than 25 years ago and he will offer some insights into the very much intuitive creative process and explain why he chose to re-draw some of the cards around 10 years later but still prefers the rawness of the original ones in certain ways and how he considers them as one of the landmarks in his evolutionary process as both, an artist and magician. As my guest is an extraordinary poet as well, we simply have to talk about his book on the magic of language with a title that can be translated into ‘Words Becoming Flesh' containing a collection of his esoteric poems accompanied by amazing illustrations and an essay on the magic of language. The whole work will be published early next year (the exact date will be announced on our website) by none other than Jack Grayle at his newly founded publishing house Grayle Press. Actually, Orryelle will recite two wonderful examples of his poetry live on the show! Last December Orryelle has released his first feature film based on his ritual theatre piece ‘Solve et Coagula' asking himself and his audience what might have happened to Orpheus' immortal singing head and some deeper esoteric meanings. This amazing work has won 15 awards since its release and we will go into depth on the motivation for making it in the first place, its elements, how the creative process (again) aligned itself with feelings of being disembodied. We will also kindly remind our audience not to miss out on an exhibition at Haekem Theatre in Brussels on October 28 and 29 where Orryelle will perform a ritual dance/piece in collaboration with other musicians followed by a smaller gathering in a forest in the Ardennes! Orryelle gave me a number of links to his work and performances to share with you. Please click on the respective button to access the subject Visual Art (including Hermes bronze and Hermes drawings) SOLVE et COAGULA esoterotic feature film about Orpheus and Baphomet - Trailer and Streaming SOLVE ET COAGULA - Stills, reviews, Book and DVD/BluRay Multi-arts event in Brussels (28th & 29th Oct) Samhain Gathering (30th & 31st Oct) at Le Chalet Crepuscule esoteric sculpture park (Ardennes Belgium) Publications (Tarot, Books) Music played in this episode Our first musical piece today has been chosen in remembrance and honour of one of the victims of the terrorist attack in Kongsberg/Norway on October 13, 2021. ANDREA HAUGEN, aka NEBELHEXE, a wonderful musician from the Dark Ambient/Ritual/Neo-Folk-Scene was brutally murdered among with four other victims. The other two tracks have been provided to us by today's guest on the show,
Full Text of ReadingsSaturday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 478All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint John of CapistranoIt has been said the Christian saints are the world's greatest optimists. Not blind to the existence and consequences of evil, they base their confidence on the power of Christ's redemption. The power of conversion through Christ extends not only to sinful people but also to calamitous events. Imagine being born in the 14th century. One-third of the population and nearly 40 percent of the clergy were wiped out by the bubonic plague. The Western Schism split the Church with two or three claimants to the Holy See at one time. England and France were at war. The city-states of Italy were constantly in conflict. No wonder that gloom dominated the spirit of the culture and the times. John Capistrano was born in 1386. His education was thorough. His talents and success were great. When he was 26 he was made governor of Perugia. Imprisoned after a battle against the Malatestas, he resolved to change his way of life completely. At the age of 30 he entered the Franciscan novitiate and was ordained a priest four years later. John's preaching attracted great throngs at a time of religious apathy and confusion. He and 12 Franciscan brethren were received in the countries of central Europe as angels of God. They were instrumental in reviving a dying faith and devotion. The Franciscan Order itself was in turmoil over the interpretation and observance of the Rule of St. Francis. Through John's tireless efforts and his expertise in law, the heretical Fraticelli were suppressed and the “Spirituals” were freed from interference in their stricter observance. John of Capistrano helped bring about a brief reunion with the Greek and Armenian Churches. When the Turks captured Constantinople in 1453, John was commissioned to preach a crusade for the defense of Europe. Gaining little response in Bavaria and Austria, he decided to concentrate his efforts in Hungary. He led the army to Belgrade. Under the great General John Hunyadi, they gained an overwhelming victory, and the siege of Belgrade was lifted. Worn out by his superhuman efforts, Capistrano was an easy prey to an infection after the battle. He died on October 23, 1456. Reflection John Hofer, a biographer of John Capistrano, recalls a Brussels organization named after the saint. Seeking to solve life problems in a fully Christian spirit, its motto was: “Initiative, Organization, Activity.” These three words characterized John's life. He was not one to sit around. His deep Christian optimism drove him to battle problems at all levels with the confidence engendered by a deep faith in Christ. Saint John of Capistrano is Patron Saint of: Judges Saint of the Day Copyright Franciscan Media
EU leaders were in Brussels on Thursday and Friday for a European Council summit, with soaring energy prices and a rule-of-law dispute with Poland at the top of the agenda. Other topics on the agenda included discussions over migration, with the EU condemning the use of migration as a pressure tool, resurgent EU coronavirus hot spots, and vaccine donations. The summit also saw German Chancellor Angela Merkel attend her 107th — and almost certainly final — meeting of the European Council, with EU leaders giving Merkel a standing ovation at the end of the two-day summit. Yannis Palaiologos, Kathimerini's Brussels correspondent, joins us on The Greek Current to analyze the main takeaways from this summit.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here: In EU leaders' toolbox: Many wrenches, few quick fixesEU condemns use of migration as pressure tool‘You are a monument': EU leaders hail Angela Merkel at ‘final' summitBiden urged to meet with Ecumenical PatriarchPatriarch to meet Biden, Blinken and Pelosi
Shares of the office-leasing company WeWork closed up more than 13.49 per cent on Thursday, after the company went public through a special purpose acquisition. We hear from Peter Eavis of The New York Times, who has been following the ups and downs of the company. A dispute between Brussels and Warsaw threatens to overshadow a summit for EU leaders. A Polish court recently found parts of EU law were incompatible with the country's constitution, and there have been calls from some quarters to withhold EU funds from Poland in response. Anna Wojcik is a researcher at the Polish Academy of Sciences and editor of the Rule of Law publication, and discusses the background to the dispute. The company behind a new cryptocurrency called Worldcoin wants to give away its tokens for free. But in exchange, users have to agree to have their eyes' iris scanned. This is, the website says, to "prove that they are indeed human... and that they have not received their free share of Worldcoin already". But there are already privacy concerns, as we hear from Sam Biddle of The Intercept. Shares in the Chinese property conglomerate Evergrande fell by 11.5% when they resumed trading in Hong Kong today. Sherry Fei Ju is a freelance journalist in Beijing, and brings us the latest developments. The Austrian city of Vienna is known for its collection of art galleries and museums. But some of the exhibits, it seems, are a little too racy for some social media networks. So the tourism board is posting images on the website OnlyFans, the only social network that permits depictions of nudity. We hear from Norbert Kettner of the Vienna Tourist Board. Plus, it's the beginning of India's festival season, and our workplace commentator Sandip Roy considers the challenges of trying to work through the mega festival Durga Puja, when millions are on the streets partying til dawn. All this and more discussed with our two guests throughout the show: Paddy Hirsch, a contributing editor at US National Public Radio, in Los Angeles. And writer Rachel Cartland, in Hong Kong. (Picture: A WeWork office building. Credit: Getty Images.)
A dispute between Brussels and Warsaw threatens to overshadow a summit for EU leaders. A Polish court recently found parts of EU law were incompatible with the country's constitution, and there have been calls from some quarters to withhold EU funds from Poland in response. Anna Wojcik is a researcher at the Polish Academy of Sciences and editor of the Rule of Law publication, and discusses the background to the dispute. Also in the programme, shares in the Chinese property conglomerate Evergrande fell by 11.5% when they resumed trading in Hong Kong today. Sherry Fei Ju is a freelance journalist in Beijing, and brings us the latest developments. The BBC's Theo Leggett tells us about research at the University of Mannheim in Germany that indicates governments worldwide may have lost around $175bn in revenue, because of tax schemes relating to the payments companies make to their shareholders. It's the beginning of India's festival season, and our workplace commentator Sandip Roy considers the challenges of trying to work through the mega festival Durga Puja, when millions are on the streets partying til dawn. Plus, ahead of next month's World Cheese Awards in Oviedo northern Spain, judge Morgan McGlynn, who is also a British cheesemaker, explains what makes a winning cheese. Today's edition is presented by Mike Johnson, and produced by Philippa Goodrich and Clare Williamson. (Picture: Poland's prime minister arrives at the European Council meeting. Picture credit: Reuters.)
In recent days, the disputes between the European Commission and the Polish government have escalated, with Brussels threatening to impose sanctions on Poland, and Warsaw accusing the Commission of blackmail. The relationship is so tense that some members of Poland's opposition have accused the government of trying to leave the European Union. Adriano Bosoni, Stratfor Senior Europe analyst at RANE, has guidance.
Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad spearheaded the Trump administration's negotiations with the Taliban that forged an agreement for the withdrawal of US forces. Critics say the talks were a fig leaf, offering cover for a quick US withdrawal. And Russia is ending its diplomatic engagement with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The move by Moscow is in retaliation for NATO's expulsion of Russian diplomats from its Brussels office earlier this month. Plus, filmmakers Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin tell us about "The Rescue," their documentary about the massive effort to save 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand.
This week, we're taking a trip through time and space and ending up in Brussels, as we tackle the sequel to a Jean-Claude Van Damme... classic? We take a look at the schlocky pleasures of the first film, examine how the ambitions of the direct-to-DVD sequel are hampered by its tiny budget, and try to pitch a fix without exploding in a shower of paradox goo. Sponsors: Plum: prf.hn/l/KX5pGOP Stamps.com: https://www.stamps.com/ and use code POD Audible: audibletrial.com/sequel Saturday 30th October 2021 live stream featuring Em from Verbal Diorama: www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXH7Pqw4b…annel=Sequelisers Website: www.sequelisers.com/ Twitter: twitter.com/sequelisers Instagram: www.instagram.com/sequelisers/ Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC4n0WYAzHA6kSOgbL2CO0nQ Music by Daniel Williams.
A major ruling of Poland's Constitutional Court challenging the primacy of EU law has escalated Warsaw's legal and political dispute with Brussels and unleashed serious concerns of a ‘Polexit.' In this week's episode, host Mark Leonard speaks with Piotr Buras, head of ECFR's Warsaw office, and Jana Puglierin, head of ECFR's Berlin office, about the implications of the ruling for Poland as well as for the European Union. Should the EU fear ‘Polexit'? What steps can the EU take to defend its legal order and protect the authority of the Court of Justice of the European Union? This podcast was recorded on 14 October 2021. Further reading: Forget Polexit – the EU must defend the CJEU by Piotr Buras on Balkan Insight: https://buff.ly/3FA2Ftj Bookshelf: - Aftershocks: Pandemic politics and the end of the old international order by Colin Kahl and Thomas Wright - Angela Merkel: Die Kanzlerin und ihre Zeit by Ralph Bollmann - The Age of Unpeace: How Connectivity causes Conflict by Mark Leonard
Questions for the Toracle from our Instagram @songsoftoriamos + Fantasy Set List ~ 1. Raining Blood (30 August 2001 - London, ENG) 2. Yes Anastasia (2 November 1996 - Tulsa, OK) 3. Take Me With You (28 May 2014 - Brussels, BEL) 4. Winter (28 June 2005 - Frankfurt, GER) 5. Mother Revolution (24 July 2014) 6. Happy Phantom (2 April 1994 - Montreal, QUE) 7. I Don't Like Mondays (10 October 2001 - New York City, NY) 8. Caught A Lite Sneeze (11 November 1996 - Boulder, CO) 9. Over the Rainbow (11 August 2003 - Chicago, IL) 10. People Are Strange (14 September 2005 - San Diego, CA) 11. Black (17 September 2005 - Los Angeles, CA) 12. Creep (13 August 2014 - New York City, NY) 13. Extreme Ways (11 May 2014 - Manchester, UK) 14. Sweet Dreams (11 December 2001 - Munich, GER) 15. Spring Haze (25 November 2017 - Eugene, OR) 16. A Multitude of Shades/Precious Things (29 October 2011- Brussels, BEL) 17. Girl Disappearing (16 December 2011 - Oakland, CA) 18. Fearlessness (13 October 2011 - Warsaw, POL) 19. Flavor (5 October 2012 - New York City, NY) 20. Pirates (27 July 2014 - Denver, CO) 21. A Sorta Fairytale (27 October 2017 - Chicago, IL)
This month we're discussing the inaugural meeting of the U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council (TTC) and what its inception could mean for international data sharing and innovators in the app economy. Matt Schwartz, the Innovators Network Foundation's privacy fellowship coordinator, joins us from Washington, D.C., for a conversation on what happened at the TTC meeting in Pittsburgh, and the latest updates on transatlantic data transfers. As always, we're covering tech history and the latest tech policy news from Brussels. You can find all episodes on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Spotify, Stitcher, and our website.
World Food Day is marked amid a rise in global food insecurity, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) defense ministers convene in Brussels, and a Libya in turmoil notes the tenth anniversary of Muammar al-Qaddafi's assassination.
In this episode of Field to Fork, we make our way to the northwest corner of the Pacific Northwest to the Skagit Valley, where the Skagit River flows from its origins in the Canadian Cascades through over 93,000 acres of active farmland. But farming is just one step in creating a local food system -- getting fresh produce to markets and restaurants is another essential part of the process, and it's in this role that Valley Pride Sales has grown to become one of the largest handlers of fresh produce in Western Washington. In addition to handling sales for local family farms, Valley Pride has its own growing, packing, and cooling operations, annually farming thousands of acres of produce from the Skagit Valley, including one crop that they're particularly proud of and famous for: brussel sprouts. (Also known as Brussels sprouts, depending on who you ask!) To learn more about Valley Pride Sales and how they've grown into the biggest Brussel(s) sprouts purveyor in the state, we spoke with Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Valley Pride Sales, David Clark. We'll hear firsthand... What makes the Skagit Valley such a special place for growing produce. The unique challenges of farming in this area of Washington state. Is it Brussels Sprouts or brussel sprouts?? Hear what might be a controversial answer! How Valley Pride's brussel sprouts are grown, harvested and distributed. How to store, cook, and enjoy these seasonal-favorite vegetables. Why Brussels sprouts grown in Washington might be some of the best in the world. And more! Thanks to our sponsors https://www.charliesproduce.com/ (Charlie's Produce) and https://srweek.org/ (Seattle Restaurant Week)! https://www.fieldtoforkpodcast.com/ (Field to Fork) is a Made With Bacon production, all rights reserved.
Route 66 (Camden Theatre, London 3-19-1964)It's All Over Now (Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA 10-29-1964)(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (ABC Theatre, Belfast 9-4-1965)The Last Time (UK Tour March 1965)Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (UK Tour March 1965)19th Nervous Breakdown (City Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne 10-1-1966)Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow (The Colston Hall, Bristol 10-7-1966)No Expectations (Intertel Studios, Wembley 12-11-1968)Love In Vain (Hyde Park, London 7-5-1969)Prodigal Son (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 11-27-1969)Honky Tonk Women (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 11-28-1969)Sympathy For The Devil (Altamont Speedway, Livermore, CA 12-6-1969)Live With Me (Roundhouse, London 3-14-1971)Dead Flowers (Leeds University, Leeds 3-13-1971)Bitch (Marquee Club, London 3-26-1971)Sweet Virginia (Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX 6-24-1972, early show)Rip This Joint (Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX 6-24-1972, late show)Dancing With Mr. D (Forest National, Brussels 10-17-1973)Brown Sugar (Sportpaleis Ahoy, Rotterdam 10-13-1973)Street Fighting Man (Empire Pool, Wembley 9-9-1973)Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) (L.A. Forum, Inglewood, CA 7-13-1975)Fingerprint File (Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto 6-17-1975)Wild Horses (Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire 8-21-1976)Crackin' Up (El Mocambo, Toronto 3-4-1977)Shattered (Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX 7-18-1978)When The Whip Comes Down (Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI 7-6-1978)Let's Spend The Night Together (Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, AZ 12-13-1981)Let Me Go (Capital Centre, Largo, MD 12-8-1981)Beast Of Burden (Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, IL 11-25-1981)Twenty Flight Rock (Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton, VA 12-18-1981)Going To A Go-Go (Roundhay Park, Leeds 7-25-1982)Start Me Up (Memorial Stadium, Clemson, SC 11-26-1989)Happy (Convention Center, Atlantic City, NJ 12-19-1989)Ruby Tuesday (Tokyo Dome, Tokyo 2-26-1990)Sad Sad Sad (Stadio Delle Alpi, Turin 7-28-1990)2000 Light Years From Home (Estadi Olimpic De Montjuic, Barcelona 6-13-1990)Almost Hear You Sigh (Wembley Stadium, London 7-6-1990)Love Is Strong (Tokyo Dome, Tokyo 3-12-1995)All Down The Line (Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ 8-14-1994)Tumbling Dice (Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, FL 11-25-1994)Black Limousine (Brixton Academy, London 7-19-1995)Connection (Paradiso, Amsterdam 3-26-1995)Midnight Rambler (L'Olympia, Paris 7-3-1995)Flip The Switch (TWA Dome, St. Louis, MO 12-12-1997)Under My Thumb (Soldier Field, Chicago, IL 9-23-1997)Gimme Shelter (Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY 10-25-1997)You Got Me Rocking (Weserstadion, Bremen 9-2-1998)You Can't Always Get What You Want (River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires 4-5-1998)Before They Make Me Run (San Jose Arena, San Jose, CA 4-19-1999)Let It Bleed (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 1-18-2003)Respectable (L'Olympia, Paris 7-11-2003)Rocks Off (Twickenham Rugby Ground, London 8-24-2003)Jumpin' Jack Flash (Downsview Park, Toronto 7-30-2003)Oh No, Not You Again (Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto 8-10-2005)Miss You (Delta Center, Salt Lake City, UT 11-22-2005)Rough Justice (Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro 2-18-2006)Paint It, Black (River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires 2-21-2006)She's So Cold (Zilker Park, Austin, TX 10-22-2006)She Was Hot (Beacon Theatre, New York City, NY 11-1-2006)Get Off Of My Cloud (Prudential Center, Newark, NJ 12-15-2012)Doom And Gloom (Hyde Park, London 7-6-2013)Can't You Hear Me Knockin' (w/Mick Taylor, Glastonbury Festival 6-29-2013)Sway (Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 5-20-2015)Out Of Control (Estadio Ciudad De La Plata, Buenos Aires 2-10-2016)You Got The Silver (Estadio Monumental, Lima, Peru 3-6-2016)It's Only Rock ‘N' Roll (Ciudad Deportiva, Havana, Cuba 3-25-2016)She's A Rainbow (U Arena, Paris 10-25-2017)Monkey Man (Soldier Field, Chicago, IL 6-25-2019)Shine A Light (Arena, Amsterdam 9-30-2017)
Have you ever wondered what food has to do with inflammation? Listen in on Fresh Focus Dietitians with fellow Dietitian and Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner Nancy White to find out answers surrounding fighting inflammation with food. Chronic inflammation causes our body to stop functioning in a healthy way. This can lead to the development of chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Chronic inflammation can also worsen pain levels and have a negative impact on nearly every body system. What we eat has the power to reduce that inflammation with antioxidants, vitamins, omega 3 fatty acids, and other nutrients. Building an anti-inflammatory nutrition plan is simple when following the plate method. · Fill up half of the plate with non-starchy vegetables such as leafy greens, Brussels sprouts and carrots, or red peppers. Remember to include all the colors throughout the week in the vegetable category. You can add spinach and mushrooms to an omelet, grill peppers and onions on kabob sticks, or munch on carrots and celery as a snack. Fruits are also anti-inflammatory foods. With fruit we want to keep our portions small at meals and snacks. Consider adding berries to oatmeal or yogurt, dipping apples in peanut butter for a snack, or enjoy frozen grapes after dinner. Be wary of fruit juice or smoothies with added sugars. · Fill up one-fourth of our plate with carbohydrate items such as sweet potatoes, quinoa or wild rice, or black beans will provide anti-inflammatory nutrients. Keep portion control in mind for your starchy foods but don't avoid them completely. · Fill up the other one-fourth of our plate with protein. Fatty fish such as salmon or sardines or plant-based proteins such as lentils or edamame are the best anti-inflammatory options. You can include smaller amounts of lean animal protein throughout the week as well. · Don't forget to include anti-inflammatory fats. Cooking with extra virgin olive oil is a great way to get started. Adding avocado to a variety of dishes such as sandwiches, burrito bowls, and soup is another way to increase healthy fats. Nuts and seeds make great snacks and toppings to salads or cereal. Following these anti-inflammatory nutrition tips can help you feel better and obtain health improvements. You can consider adding one new anti-inflammatory food a week to get started. Remember its about progress not perfection when it comes to eating healthy.
What happened in 1911 when many brilliant minds of the era like Marie Cure and Albert Einstein meet at a conference in Brussels and what we can learn from ancient civilisations about how to live with nature.
The first Solvay Conference, held in Brussels in October 1911, was a meeting of brilliant scientific minds. Future Nobel prize winners including Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Max Planck came together to try and solve the mysteries of quantum physics. The conference not only caused a seismic shift in understanding the workings of the universe; it also had a profound impact on many of the scientists' personal lives and careers.
Belgian art dealer Gregoire Vogelsang, owner of the eponymous Vogelsang Gallery - a contemporary art gallery that is a fixture in the international art fair circuit and represents emerging and established artists - is also the founder of Cube Art Fair, a contemporary art fair launched in 2016 with editions in Brussels and New York. Amid COVID-19, Gregoire pivoted from his in-person art fair to a public art platform dedicated to bringing the artwork to the streets of cities, through hundreds of billboards, kiosks and murals in New York, Miami and Brussels. Critically acclaimed as The World's Largest Public Art Fair, Cube Art Fair launched its first-ever NFT Art Fair last June on a 30-story billboard in Times Square. https://www.vogelsanggallery.com/ Join our community Daily Creative Habit!
It looks like the European Union's competition czar Margrethe Vestager has finally found her right hand partner in Lina Khan. She tells host Ryan Heath the Biden administration, with its commitment to regulating Big Tech, is a “dream come true.” But what will that EU-U.S. cooperation really look like? Also: Vestager's game plan to protect whistleblowers, plus her own rules for tech at home. Ryan Heath is the host of the "Global Insider" podcast and authors the newsletter. Olivia Reingold produces “Global Insider.” Irene Noguchi edits “Global Insider” and is the executive producer of POLITICO Audio.
Welcome to another episode of the Action and Ambition podcast. We are privileged to have David Drebin on the show. David Drebin is a well-known American photographer known for his cinematic, high-definition portraits of models and celebrities. Recognized for his editorial work for GQ, Rolling Stone, and Vanity Fair, Dreblin also produces a corpus of personal work that explores themes of solitude, sex, and grandeur. He combines voyeuristic and psychological perspectives in his art, providing dramatic insight into his subjects' feelings and experiences while exploring the conflicts between melancholy and humor. He was born in 1970 in Toronto, Canada, and graduated in 1996 from New York's Parsons New School for Design. He has exhibited at Brussels' Young Gallery, Berlin's Camera Work, and Los Angeles' Fahey Klein Gallery. Drebin is based in New York City. Find out more by tuning in on this episode!
Thousands have taken to the streets of Brussels to demand action on climate change. It's the first climate march to take place in the city for more than 18 months, due to the pandemic. In that time, the world's witnessed forest fires, heatwaves, extreme flooding events - all concrete proof of a changing climate. Brussels correspondent Giles Gibson spoke to Kim Hill.
Over on Instagram, we often do strategy together. I'll ask for suggestions of brands and audiences. Then we'll run through some simple exercises to arrive at a Four Points. It's playful and it tries to shine a light on the messiness of our work. Sometimes, we get somewhere worth getting but, often, we don't. And that's okay. A few days ago, Minal Jadeja gave us the challenge of selling IKEA to architects. We assumed that this was an issue for IKEA. We didn't have research to work with. But, over 24 hours, we landed on a strategy–we thought we could reframe IKEA and its instructions as a trigger for architects to think bigger. You can see it here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CUvWZ42pfOc/ Ana Škorić disagreed with some of our thinking. Ana is an architect who works in marketing. She believes the issues that architects have with IKEA are different from the ones we focussed on. So I invited Ana to do a workshop with me. Ana is based in Belgrade, Serbia. She is a Senior Consultant at The Right Street, an agency based in Brussels. You can find Ana here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anaskoric/ If you'd like to play strategy with us some time, find me here: http://www.instagram.com/markpollard ** Also, we've just launched the Sweathead Strategy Accelerator, a 7-week training program. Details are here: http://bit.ly/sweatheadaccelerator
SCMP's US reporter Owen Churchill analyses USTR Katherine Tai’s speech on the US-China trade deal, the new ‘China office’ of the CIA and the reality behind news reports of US Marines in Taiwan; China desk reporter William Zheng discusses China’s increasing PLA aircraft deployments across the Taiwan Strait in the leadup to 10/10 day, and Brussels-based reporter Finbarr Bermingham analyses the recent EU leadership summit and its pivot from China policy to crisis talks about the Aukus military…
On Thursday Greece's lawmakers ratified a historic defense deal with France that includes a mutual assistance clause in case of an armed attack against either, the first such deal between two NATO members. The agreement was announced in Paris last week by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and French President Emmanuel Macron, with Greece also announcing plans to buy three French frigates. Prime Minister Mitsotakis hailed the agreement as the cornerstone of an independent European defence policy, John Psaropoulos joins The Greek Current to discuss today's important vote in Greece's Parliament, place this deal within the context of Greek-Turkish relations, and look at what this agreement will mean for Greek-French relations in the future. John Psaropoulos is an independent journalist based in Athens and Al Jazeera's southeast Europe correspondent.Read John Psaropoulos's latest piece for Al Jazeera: Greece ratifies landmark intra-NATO defence pact with FranceYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here: Greek lawmakers ratify major defense pact with FranceEU countries look to Brussels for help with ‘unprecedented' energy crisisGreece proposes EU-wide mechanism on rising energy costsGreece denies report it is carrying out migrant pushbacksEU executive demands probe into alleged migrant pushbacks in Greece, Croatia
In any list of influential tech powers in the world, South Korea would undoubtedly be near the top. In this episode we delve into how the country achieved this status, transforming the nature of its economy and producing global industry leaders like Samsung and LG Electronics. But we'll also look to the future, and at how South Korea is working with the international community to build up the world's tech infrastructure. How is Seoul cooperating with other regions and countries when it comes to issues such as regulating the internet? How are issues of data collection and privacy being received in Korean society? Like most globally connected powers, South Korea is also highly attuned to the risk of cyber attacks - particularly given its volatile neighbour North Korea. We are delighted to have Dr Michael Reiterer, former EU ambassador to Korea, and now the distinguished professor for international security and diplomacy at the Institute for European Studies in Brussels, on the show. He has specialized in the EU's relations with Korea and Japan during his career, particularly in the security realm. Also joining us is Dr Robyn Klingler-Vidra, a reader in International Political Economy at King's College, London, whose research has focused on how east and southeast nations have developed their tech sectors. For this episode, we are once again partnering with the Centre for Security, Diplomacy and Strategy at the Brussels School of Governance.
Carmen Paun, a dynamic, fresh media voice on global health in Washington, shares her personal and career journey from Romania to Brussels, and on to her arrival in Washington D.C. one year ago, amid the pandemic, to launch POLITICO Global Pulse. This past summer, while visiting family in a small village in the Romanian countryside, she was “shocked” to discover only 10% vaccinated at that time, the pandemic seen as “all just a conspiracy.” The pandemic was the trigger in creating POLITICO Global Pulse. In its first year, it did find its audience and voice quickly. What to make of the U.S. Global Covid Summit? It re-established that “the U.S. was in charge,” now the challenge lies in execution. Faith in American leadership has diminished, while African officials remain frustrated by slow delivery and the West's export restrictions. Will the EU-US Task Force bring great transparency and accountability? “Hard to say… How fast is this going to happen?” The turn to boosters likely creates “a vicious cycle” that could leave low and lower-middle-income countries still struggling to access vaccines. Will Africa be left far behind? No. Vaccines are finally arriving. India is reopening exports. Don't expect the push by South Africa and India to suspend intellectual property to succeed. Her overall prognosis? “It is hard to be optimistic” Give a listen to learn more. Carmen Paun is a health writer at POLITICO and author of POLITICO Global Pulse.
We catch up with our Europe-based expert, Oliver Heinisch, on upcoming changes for the fourth quarter of 2021 including updates on the German elections, Brexit and supply chain issues, and a new EU whistleblower directive. Oliver is a partner in the Antitrust and Competition Practice Group in Sheppard Mullin's London and Brussels offices. Oliver advises on all areas of EU, UK and German competition law with a focus on international cartel and abuse of dominance procedures including related antitrust litigation matters as well as merger control law. He also regularly advises clients on questions relating to the UK's decision to leave the European Union What We Discussed in This Episode: What does the election post-Angela Merkel mean for the major and smaller parties in Germany? What is the German election winner social democrats SPD's effect on the rest of Europe? What's the latest in the UK supply chain issue and labor shortage? How has Brexit impacted immigration in the UK? How do Europe's ESG laws impact competition and sustainability? What competition rules need to change to make Europe more sustainable? How will the new EU whistleblower directive impact both national and private policies? Contact Information: https://www.sheppardmullin.com/oheinisch
Scientists agree that dogs evolved from wolves, but exactly how and when that happened is hotly contested. In this episode, Origin Stories contributor Neil Sandell examines the evolution of the relationship between dogs and humans, and explores the journey from wolf to dog. This story was originally produced for the CBC program IDEAS. Guests in this episode: (in order of appearance) Angela Perri is an archaeologist at Durham University, U.K. Sebastian Dicenaire is a French playwright and audio producer living in Brussels Greger Larson is director of the Palaeogenomics & Bio-Archaeology Research Network at the University of Oxford, U.K. Kathryn Lord is an evolutionary biologist at the Karlsson Lab of the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the Broad Institute. Mietje Germonpré is a palaeontologist at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels. Sarah Marshall-Pescini is a behavioural scientist at the Wolf Science Center in Austria, and the Domestication Lab at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna. Friederike Range is a biologist and co-founder of the Wolf Science Center. She is a research professor at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna. Giulia Cimarelli is a biologist at the Wolf Science Center, and a postdoctoral fellow at the Domestication Lab at University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna. Credits This episode was produced by Neil Sandell. Find him on Twitter. Send us your questions! Have a question about human evolution? Something you've always wondered about? We will find a scientist to answer it on a special episode of Origin Stories! There are three ways to submit your question: Leave a voicemail at (707) 788-8582 Visit speakpipe.com/originstories and leave a message Record a voice memo on your phone and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org The Leakey Foundation Origin Stories is a project of The Leakey Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding human origins research and outreach. All donations to support the podcast will be quadruple-matched thanks to Jeanne Newman and the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation. Visit leakeyfoundation.org/donate and use the notes field to let us know your donation is in support of Origin Stories. Lunch Break Science Lunch Break Science is The Leakey Foundation's web series featuring short talks and interviews with Leakey Foundation grantees. Episodes stream live on the first and third Thursdays of every month. Sign up for event reminders and watch past episodes at leakeyfoundation.org/live
In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael presents episode 52 of owner stories with Filip from Brussels in Belgium.For as long as Filip can remember he has always been a car fanatic. From knowing all the car brands when he was a child along with the posters of supercars on his wall – Ferraris and Lamborghinis. So, when does Filip's Porsche memory begin? Well, at around 10 years old Filip's dad bought a 911 and his Porsche love began. His dad owned many 911s including 964, 993 and 996's. So immersed in Porsches as a kid it's no surprise that Filip has now ended up with his own Porsche. Coincidently, it's the only 911 generation of his dad's cars that Filip was old enough to drive – the 996. So that's when as Filip says, ‘the dreaming started'. After boring company cars Filips first Porsche eventually came a few years ago with a Guards Red 944, a car Filip owned for for 3 years and enjoyed immensely. After this came a blue 996, that went alongside his 944. Both are now gone, and Filip is driving his one owner 2001 996 GT3 in silver. Filip is a Porsche enthusiast who really enjoys his cars. Welcome back to the Porsche Cooled Podcast. Follow Filip on Instagram @j.low_gt3 and @belgian_allcooled_gruppe Every Porsche tells a story and each owner has a different story to tell – that is what the PorscheCooled owner stories is all about. Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. PorscheCooled Exclusive member Become a member of PorscheCooled and help support the Podcast. It will keep us talking! https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your podcasts.
Australian barrister Neville Rochow QC has offered the LDS Church legal advice over the years and has appeared for the church at parliamentary committees on the question of religious freedom. For two years, he also represented the church at the European Parliament in Brussels. He has been intimately involved in the church's legal concerns and is well versed in how its legal machinery works, particularly internationally. In part two of this series, Neville joins me to discuss the LDS Church and its financial activities.
Health workers who don't get paid if they contract Covid-19. Over 6,000 migrant workers dead after helping with World Cup construction in the Middle East. As the head of the world's largest union confederation, it's Sharan Burrow's priority to protect workers against abuses like these and hold offending governments accountable. But as she tells host Ryan Heath, she's walking a tightrope between convincing governments to change and keeping her seat at the table. Sharan Burrow is the General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation. Ryan Heath is the host of the "Global Insider" podcast and newsletter. Olivia Reingold produces “Global Insider.” Irene Noguchi edits “Global Insider” and is the executive producer of POLITICO Audio.
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