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Radio Flyer
Show #32: Aron Bender

Radio Flyer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 64:00


There's so much more behind the broadcaster... Aron Bender tells us. This is the foundation of what his podcast "The Aron Bender Podcast" is all about. But for us, we explore his life, his career, his family, his goals, and the state of today's broadcasting industry. He's a veteran of news broadcasting and radio. Former KFI AM 640 news anchor and reporter. He now works an an anchor for Pasadena Now, a broadcast journalist professor at University of Northridge (SCUN) and a Dad of two girls. He also drove over an hour to be here in person at our studio in Rancho Cucamonga. Its hard not to love this guy. We used to work together in Burbank. Now, we might actually have time to do what friends do... talk and catch up.

Wisecracker
Ep. 60 - Paranormal Mactivity

Wisecracker

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 81:35


Finally, a new episode, and it's a hectic (but classic) Halloween special two weeks before Halloween. We tell tale of the Ghost of John, a ghoulish story of circumcision, Mac's 2nd grade play, quaker stuff, Sam is not on drugs, Burbank is Halloween Town, making a deal with a witch, the hassle of the last two weeks, Sam's commercial shoot, getting covid tested eight times, frontline hero girlfriend, gore and nudity, titx, the friday the 13th movies, shitlibs and cumservatard, Sam's movie, cars, tools, sports, beer, sex, money, drugs, and other. Join the tubboys by subscribing to the $1 Patreon for weekly bonus episodes and subscribe to the Youtube channel to watch webcam footage of the cast. Weekly Premium Episodes: patreon.com/wisecracker Need Advice? Email your questions to wisecrackerpodcast@gmail.com and we'll answer them! RATE AND REVIEW ON ITUNES Subscribe to the youtube channel to watch the podcast with video. Follow @DRSAMNAISMITH Follow @macnaismith

Wheels Off with Rhett Miller

Actress and writer Mara Wilson joins Rhett to talk about why she enjoys writing dialogue, how her childhood pointed her in the direction of becoming a storyteller, and effective ways to overcome mental health struggles. Mara also dives deep on why she values social ties in the context of creation, and tells Rhett about how her work becomes more clear to her as time passes. Mara Wilson is an actress and writer from Burbank, CA. She gained initial recognition for playing Natalie Hillard in the film Mrs. Doubtfire in 1993, and went on to play significant roles in Miracle on 34th Street, Matilda, Simple Wish, and Thomas and the Magic Railroad. After taking a 12-year hiatus from acting, Mara re-entered the field again in 2012, and since then has predominantly worked in web series. She is an associate editor at The Atlantic, and in this episode she distills with Rhett the wisdom that she's learned throughout her creative life.Wheels Off is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and produced by Rhett Miller. Co-produced by Kirsten Cluthe in partnership with Nick Ruffini (Revoice Media). Editing by Justin Thomas. Production Assistance by Matt Bavuso. Music by OLD 97's. Episode artwork by Katherine Boils. Show logo by Tim Skirven. Revisit previous episodes of Wheels Off with Rosanne Cash, Rob Thomas, Will Forte, Lydia Loveless, Allison Moorer, Ted Leo, Rainn Wilson, Nick Hornby, Pete Yorn, Liz Phair, and more. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also ask Alexa to play it. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Petros And Money
Petros and Money 10/14 Hour 3

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 30:32


PMS broadcast live from BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse in Burbank for TNF and game five of the NLDS in San Francisco.

Petros And Money
A Crunchy Groove Thursday (Hour 1) 10/14

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 43:56


The guys are on remote today at BJs Restaurant and Brewhouse in Burbank before the BIG Dodgers-Giants game. VTB makes an appearance. Local Burbank Knowledge. FOX Sports MLB insider Jon Morosi on Game 5 of the NLDS.

Petros And Money
Petros and Money 10/14 Hour 1

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 43:56


PMS broadcast live from BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse in Burbank for MNF and Dodgers & Giants in game five of the NLDS.

The Ortho Show
Hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman – “Olympic Gold: Dr. Chris Lee”

The Ortho Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 32:22


Dr. Christopher Lee is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, arthroscopy, joint and cartilage preservation as well as shoulder and knee replacements. He is in private practice in Burbank, CA. Dr. Lee is also the team physician for men and women's USA National Indoor Volleyball Team. He traveled with the team's to Tokyo for the 2021 Summer Olympics, where he was on the court with the women's team gold medal win. Topics include: -We continue to bring you the best of the best in orthopedics, including those with unique experiences. We hear about Dr. Lee's experience as a violinist since an early age. -He is part of the "Tufts University Triple Jumbo." Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Dr. Lee attended Tufts University where he received awards for both academic and artistic achievements. Dr. Lee subsequently attended the Tufts University School of Medicine where he participated in the MD/MBA program. After completing the Tufts Combined Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery, he then received his fellowship training at the San Diego Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Fellowship where he trained with international pioneers in sports medicine, arthroscopy and shoulder replacement surgery. -Dr. Lee discusses the long, arduous road to becoming the lead physician for the USA National Indoor Volleyball team for both men's and women's teams'. He gives us the insights going to Tokyo for the Olympics, the challenges while there and ultimately, being there for the women's team big gold win. Find out more about Dr. Christopher Lee here.  For MD's, capture quick reflections on each learning below & how it applies to your day-to-day to unlock a total of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CMEs.

KFI Featured Segments
@GaryAndShannon - Happy 6th Birthday To The Gary and Shannon Show

KFI Featured Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 21:01


Six years ago the birth of the Gary and Shannon show happened here at our Burbank studios. We bring you some of our favorite highlights of the show.

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies
How to Land a Major Brand Client and Kick Start Your Agency Growth

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 23:36


Do you want to know how to land major brands? Bill Durrant had been working for a big agency for years when he decided to leave and work freelance for a while. That's when opportunity knocked and old Nestle client asked him to work on his new account, Clif Bar. This is the client that really started his agency Ex Verus, which helps brands develop a paid media strategy that drives visible sales growth and merchandise those results to leadership. In today's episode, he sits down with Jason to talk about how good timing has as much to do as being good, what is it like to work with major brands like Coca-Cola, why it is so important for him to develop a relationship with clients, and 3 Golden Nuggets How to get in with the major brands? For Bill, getting a major brand's attention was all about timing and also making a good impression. He had been working at a big agency and worked on the Nestle account. He eventually decided to leave and start working freelance when an old Nestle client called him to handle the marketing for his new account, Clif Bar. What tells people who want to land a major client is that within these same organizations there are many brand managers in charge of growth stage brands that need creative input and are willing to work with smaller agencies that can bring some new and interesting input. Work on your relationship with clients. When his agency got their first client, they set the goal to start building relationships with as many people within the organization as possible. They also started getting introduced to people from other departments and other products, with the possibility of working with them too. Also, the same people that he worked with during those years eventually went on to other companies and called them to start growing those brands. Good clients will take you everywhere they go. This is why Bill values his relationship with them and even makes it a point to fly out every once in a while and touch base with his most valuable clients. The three-tier approach. With client relationships being such a core element of business, you have to make sure that clients build this relationship with the agency more so than with a key member of the team. Team members will leave sometimes for different reasons, and the client shouldn't feel like their communication with the agency will change for the worst because of it. This is why Bill has established a three-tier approach where there's a senior leadership level, junior planners, and associate planners. In case someone in one of those levels leaves, there's still two other points of contact that have developed a relationship with the client. Gusto: Today's episode is sponsored by Gusto, an all-in-one people platform for payroll, benefits, HR where you can unify your data. Gusto automatically applies your payroll taxes and directly deposits your team's paychecks, freeing you up to work on your business. Head over to gusto.com/agency to enjoy an exclusive offer for podcast listeners. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Landing Major Brands and How Good Clients Will Take You Everywhere Jason: [00:00:00] What's up, everybody? Jason Swenk here. I am excited I have another amazing guest on the show. We're going to talk about the landing big well-known brands. Because a lot of you have been reaching out, how do we get these big brands? Like Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and all these major brands? Well, on today's episode, we're going to talk about that with this amazing guest. So let's go ahead and get it. Hey, Bill. Welcome to the show. Bill: [00:00:34] Hey, thanks so much for having me, Jason. Jason: [00:00:36] Yeah, man. I'm excited to have you on. So for the ones that have not heard of you yet tell us who you are and what do you do? Bill: [00:00:47] Alright, I am Bill Durrant and I'm the president and founder of Ex Verus Media. We're based out in Los Angeles and we are a paid media agency focused in that space, uh, really designed to create culture, creating growth-stage brands. Um, to work with those brands, to build them, to grow them from a media standpoint. Uh, and not just their brands, but also immediate demand as well. So the performance side of the world as well. Jason: [00:01:12] Awesome. Well, tell us, how, how did you get into this space? I'm always curious and like, what was your first project or deal? Bill: [00:01:20] Yeah. You know, I think our origin story is a little… You know, it's a little funny. It shows you how important it is to be a lucky and good, not just good. Um, I had worked for a number of years at a big agency and worked on, uh, the Nestle accounts. I worked with a number of grants from Nestle and, uh, I had decided to leave, um, just start doing some freelance work. And while I was doing that, I got a phone call from a former Nestle client who said, hey, I'm running a part of the marketing organization at Clif Bar now. And we'd love to know if, uh, you might be able to be a one-person media agency, um, for us. And of course I had no idea how to do that. But found myself saying yes. And, uh, that turned into an incredible and a very long run with Clif Bar, um, which started the agency. So from very small projects, um, to consolidating all of their media and advertising across the organization and using that as the launchpad for what we are today. Jason: [00:02:24] Well, shit, dude. You went and straight to the, a huge brand. Um, yes, that was, uh, that was good timing and, uh… I don't know, luck, but I think that was just good timing. Bill: [00:02:39] Yeah. You know, I, I think so. And, and I think, you know, like I said, it shows you it's important to be good. It's important to be ready when opportunities come up. But it's also important, you know, at that point in time, Clif Bar was not investing very much money into paid media. So it wasn't a stretch for me to do the work and to bring on one or two team members. Um, the real stretch was I think, in people's imaginations when they understood like wait Clif Bar, I mean, that they've got to be a billion-dollar brand. And, you know, taking advantage of, you know, essentially the credibility that that gave us. I didn't have to tell anyone, you know, hey, they're not necessarily spending $10 million a year in media. Um, they're not a massive account, at least right now. And being able to do that and to leverage that credibility, um, is ultimately what started to land us our next relationships. Jason: [00:03:31] Yeah. And I, and I think really kind of… Talk a little bit about, cause a lot of times people think these big brands are so intimidating. Like they get so nervous and I'm like, they're just people like you and me. They just got, but they got to get a thousand different approvals and they make decisions on committees, you know, and all that kind of stuff. But like, talk a little bit about that. Like I remember when we landed our first big one, I was just naive. And I didn't even, I didn't even know they were big. Like I remember, and I even lost it a really big account cause I didn't even know who they were. Which I always tell on the show Berkshire Hathaway. I was like, who are you guys? Bill: [00:04:16] Yeah. It's um, I can't believe you told Warren Buffett to screw off, but that's a, um, that's definitely a story. I, you know, I think you're absolutely right. These are people who put their pants on one leg at a time, just like the rest of us. And particularly if you're a creative agency or an agency where, you know, everything isn't continuously trying to be consolidated, like it is on the media side. Um, there's a lot of opportunity for them to, you know, really want to stand out and break through just within their organization, let alone to consumers. So, you know, there are folks that are going to be more willing within those organizations to work with an agency of any size, uh, if it brings them the right, the right kind of breakthrough work. And what we also found is that within those organizations, these large organizations, there's a Coca-Cola and sure everybody would want to work with Coca-Cola or with Sprite, or, you know, even with minute maid or some of the larger brands. But from our standpoint, you know, working with Coca-Cola doesn't necessarily mean working with those massive brands and trying to take on the largest agencies in the world. Um, there are folks that are brand managers on really interesting growth stage brands. They really need our help and creative thinking. Um, and there's huge opportunities to not only do great work with brands like that, and then have the benefit of saying, you know, I get to work with, with a fortune 100 company. Um, but to actually get work out of that, that then becomes part of your calling card to future opportunity. Jason: [00:05:49] Yeah. Yeah. I remember I did an interview, our Four interview. So if you guys want to go check it out, it's jasonswenk.com/four. The number four, it's a pretty long URL. And I interviewed, uh, Del Ross of IHG International Hotel Group. And at the time he was director of... He's not there. So don't hit Del up anymore. And, uh, I asked him, I said, how can smaller agencies that haven't worked with bigger brands get into bed with bigger brands? And he was like, look, just like what you said, be innovative, call me up and tell me something that is new. That's changing. Don't just say, hey, I take you out to golf or send me a stupid, you know, puzzle that I have to solve in order to get, get his attention. And he's like, look, just say, hey, I was wondering like… And this was as example when Facebook was coming out with his pay-per-click and saying, hey, have you heard of power editor? And the remarketing possibility that you can do in the hospitality space? I'd love to do a test project for you. And that's, that's what we did with Lotus Cars. And that's what we did with Hitachi Power Tools and a number of different, bigger brands. And once you got in there, I want you to tell us about this too, about, especially with Clif… You know, uh, the Clif Bar. There are so many different side businesses or divisions in those. So how did you start building relationships in order to grow that account? Bill: [00:07:18] Well, I think the point that you just made is a really important one. And, uh, you know, I think our success is a testament to this strategy and the strategic approach, because it, it really is a win-win for everyone. And when you can show that client how they're, they're winning by doing something or learning something that they wouldn't have experienced or been exposed to before, um, your business is going to grow, right? And I think with Clif Bar, you know, we were kind of… It's funny, I came from Nestle where, you know, there's typically one agency group that runs all Nestle brands regardless of where they are in the country. And so portfolio management was very important. And so we came into the Clif Bar relationship really saying, you know, this is going to be about portfolio management. Even if there's one or two brands that spend the most. And this is going to be about building relationships with as many people within the organization as possible. Now, an organization like Clif makes that really easy, just great people, uh, all the way through. And what we found was that not only were we, you know, picking up and, and working with additional brands within Clif, which, which ultimately I think helps the bottom line. Um, what we also found was that those folks would then progress in their careers and move outside of the walls of Clif and move to other organizations. And in fact, that's, that's exactly what happened and we've kind of evolved our relationship. We now work with, uh, Premier Protein and PowerBar and Supreme Protein, which is literally down the street. But as people progressed in their careers and moved to other organizations, um, we then had new startup brands and new opportunities to work with. So it raised the tide of the boat and it helps us diversify as well away from one kind of main client comprising the bulk of our revenue. And so we saw that strategy paying off, not just right away. Um, hey, could you introduce me to such and such at such and such brand we'd love to chat with them. You know, you're already an insider, so you've already got trust and a reason to be there. Um, so you're not just a cold call, uh, when you're asking for introductions to the other brand managers. But even when you're not necessarily getting work from them today, you may be getting work from them tomorrow. It's still important to continue to build those relationships Jason: [00:09:47] Taking care of your employees has never been more important than right now. And while paydays are great, running payroll is a major pain, calculating taxes, deductions, compliance. None of it it's easy. Unless of course you have Gusto. Gusto is a simple online payroll and benefits built for your small business. Gusto automatically applies your payroll taxes and directly deposits your team's paychecks, freeing you up to work on your business. Plus, with Gusto's help, you can offer benefits like 401k's health insurance, workers' comp, and a lot more. And because you're a smart agency masterclass listener, you're going to get three months free once you run your first payroll. Go to gusto.com/agency that's gusto.com/agency for three free months. Yeah, one of our mastermind members, um, does a lot of work with Facebook and some of the key people at Facebook. She was telling us this and some of the other members are like, oh, that means you're going to lose Facebook? And she was like no, no, no. And I was, I knew it was coming. I was like, I'm getting new business from all these other companies. And it was like, you build relationships with these people, you know, they take you everywhere. We saw that as well, but it's about building that relationship, not just being transactional. And I think so many, like one of our other mastermind members, we always have a digital agency experience in Colorado. And I remember I'm already talking about we always make it one of the things in the first month we have to go physically, this is pre-COVID… Go visit them and just build rapport and help them out. And always, rather than just sending stupid reports, like, why do agencies just send reports? Like, you know what happens to your report? It just… They look at it first month. They might ask the question and then all the other ones it goes in the garbage. And then they forget about you. Bill: [00:11:58] Oh my goodness. That's exactly right. And you're right to talk about how to differentiate yourself and creating that personal communication is, is, is really one of the top ways to do it. We still have a very limited client base, uh, here in Los Angeles. We still only had one or two clients over the last six years that we could actually drive to. And we made it a point to fly and to be in person with people. So I've had status with Southwest Airlines for 10 years Because of that, because it's so easy to fly from, from Burbank to Oakland and to be there in person and to continue to cultivate those relationships. And, and to do that with people that I genuinely like and genuinely consider friends now Jason: [00:12:52] What, um…? Switching focus just a little bit, because you have about 30 people that you were telling me in the pre-show, your people will leave sometimes. They build relationships with your clients. Um, I know one of the hard things that people have an agency, let's say you have a project manager, account manager leading like a major account, and that person decides to leave. How do you maintain that relationship going forward with that client as a key person left? Bill: [00:13:26] That's a great question. You know, I think what we do is we try to make it like a three-tiered approach. So you've got folks that are at a senior leadership level. You know, we've got 30 people and, you know, maybe four or five people kind of fit that, fit that descriptor. And that's even a growth from where we were just six months ago. Uh, so we've got a senior leadership level. We've got, you know, uh, an associate director manager kind of media planner core team. And then you've got your kind of junior planners and associate planners, and that's kind of how our structure works from a client relationship standpoint. We're I think continuously thinking about where's the relationship at all three levels. So that if a person who's core, especially this day where there's been so much turnover just in general across the industry. You know, there's still going to be someone at the other two levels with whom the client has a strong relationship. And then we know that mission one, once we get a new person in to replace who's left, is for them to build that relationship with the clients. That's just as important as it is for them to build a relationship with the folks internally as well. Um, we take that very seriously. So the first thing we do is we look at what are these three levels? How can we always have two strong points of contact at different levels? Uh, regardless of who's left, um, because you'll find that sometimes clients just really love a particular associate planner or someone who's at a more entry-level role, because that's the person that's getting them, the information that they're asking for on a daily basis and doing a great job. And not just showing up every week or every month, um, for other things. Uh, the other thing that we like to do from a relationship standpoint is, again, to prioritize those relationships. And to understand that this really is a relationship business uh, first and foremost, and a results business as a very close second. Um, we always have to be mindful of results and the innovation that we're bringing to clients. But we know that we don't have a business long-term if we're not cultivating relationships and keeping those strong. So it's very important to us as an organization to hire properly. We're not just going to hire someone who's got the particular skillset that our client is looking for. We're also going to hire someone that we think that they're going to blend well with and to work well with and to enjoy on a personal level. Um, and somebody who's articulated enough to maintain that level of relationship with them and not just a technical expert. So that's the other big piece that's so important and foundational to everything is that if you're hiring correctly, you're really setting yourself up to be successful in that. Uh, without even necessarily having to have a strategic approach after that. Jason: [00:16:21] Yeah. I mean, we're in a people relationship business, both hiring, like you were saying, and, and managing those relationships. I love that. And I love that the three points of contact and always having two points. It's kind of like climbing a mountain. You never want just one point of contact. I mean, you know, I watched that free solo in my hand still… you know clam up when I'm thinking of him just holding on with one hand. I'm like at least two points and you, you're, you're going to make it. Uh, well, depending on which mountain you choose, I guess. Bill: [00:16:56] That's the perfect analogy I'm going to steal that analogy. Yeah, exactly. Jason: [00:17:00] Well, we, we love mountains here, right? So that's why I live in the mountains. Well, this has all been amazing. Um, tell us a little bit about the book called Digital Stone Age. Bill: [00:17:11] Yeah. So Digital Stone Age was a book that was designed to, uh, essentially have a conversation, um, at more of the readers pace that we found ourselves increasingly having with brands over the last couple of years. And that conversation was really around this idea of… Uh, you know, I'm a growing brand, I may have a decent media budget. Uh, I may not, I may, you know, be kind of bootstrapping, uh, with a smaller budget, at least compared to my peer set. And as a result, everything that I do has to be digital. And we found a lot of brand managers coming in with this mindset or everything that I do has to be social. And, you know, they weren't necessarily wrong in wanting to be in those places and to utilize those tactics. But what we found is that they weren't being neutral about it, and they weren't truly understanding what is going to truly grow my brand based on where consumers are now. And, you know, essentially the thesis of the book is you have to take care of generating that immediate demand. But you also have to take care of building a brand simultaneously. And as important and critical as digital tactics have been, you know, tactics that were kind of native to the digital space. Uh, what we also found was that people are still watching TV. People are still viewing… Now post-COVID, hopefully, post-COVID doesn't even make sense. But people are still viewing, um, out-of-home advertising. So we're seeing that grow again in 2021 and then beyond, um, people are still utilizing tactics that might feel old-fashioned to a very modern digital marketer, and they're using them very successfully. Um, simultaneously you've got folks who are doing the same thing of, uh, you know, I I've always been in TV. I've always been on a radio. I've always been an outdoor. And I would like to just continue with what's worked and we know that that's not what works best either. There truly is a synergistic effect by taking different kinds of media channels and different approaches, um, and using them simultaneously than trying to double down on one particular approach or tactic. So writing a book about that and essentially laying out the evidence that proves that over studies that have been done by people far more, far more intelligent than I… Over thousands of brands and over the last 10 years, it's really powerful and exciting to see that and to know… Hey, I now have a blueprint or a path forward and a strategic framework on how to be successful in growing a brand in this modern era where even if a particular channel isn't a digital channel. It's still becoming more and more digitized. And being able to lean into those trends and be modern, but also simultaneously driving, uh, results with your budgets. Uh, that's a very powerful thing to be able to say you can do as a marketer. Jason: [00:20:15] Well, I lied. Last question. Has the book gotten you a lot of business with some of the brands that you want? Bill: [00:20:22] You know, I think what it does is two things. Um, number one is it immediately drives credibility that we know what we're talking about. Um, so we don't use it as a lead magnet per se. We use it as a compliment to, uh, our introduction process and our proposal process, um, with clients. And so it's a little bit harder to quantify. But we know that, um, the book and some of the work that we've done as extensions of that from a PR standpoint, just getting our message out to the press, um, have generated interest and inbound leads. And have generated clients for us. That's, I think, the most satisfying thing to know is we were able to obtain a client by doing things the right way and leaning in on thought leadership. Not just having to rely on referrals of course, which are important, but you can't just rely on them, uh, or other channels or tactics that might've felt less, um, true to who we are. Jason: [00:21:23] Well, I, you know, we have a lot of mastermind members that have written books and what they'll do is they literally send it out to their top 100 list. And they'll actually have like a bookmark and a special note on the page they want them to read. And it's customized to them, right? And then they get this book. If they like reading, then it's gold. If they're like me and they're like, ah, kryptonite throw it away, right? So you got to make sure you know your audience. Um, but, uh, yeah, some mastermind members crush it on that. So if you're not doing it, try that part out. Bill: [00:21:58] I love that. I love that idea. Uh, the idea of shipping out a hundred packages is a little scary. But the, I, the idea of physically getting something into their hands is so powerful. Love it. Yeah. Jason: [00:22:09] Awesome. Well, cool. Um, what's the website for the agency? And then obviously, you know, the Digital Stone Age, I think you can get on an Amazon Barnes and noble all over. So congrats on that. But what's the website address people will go and check the agency out? Bill: [00:22:25] Yep. exverus.com. It's just E X V E R U S means from the truth in Latin. Jason: [00:22:31] Awesome. Glad you spelled that out because I bet a lot of people would have messed that up. But thanks so much for coming on the show, uh, loved having you. Um, and if you guys liked this episode, you'll make sure you get subscribe. Uh, however you're listening to it. And if you want to be around other amazing agency owners that can really elevate you faster. And these are experienced agency owners that are pushing you and they're growing at a rapid pace. I'd love to have you guys go to digitalagencyelite.com and go apply. Um, we make everyone go through an application process, interview process just to make sure help you out. And that you're right for the group, but these are the best of the best agency owners sharing what's working and be able to see the things that you might not be able to see. So go do that now. And until next time, have a Swenk day. Related: https://jasonswenk.com/work-with-big-brands/

Fantasy House
#131 Erwin Sham

Fantasy House

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 55:59


Episode #131 of Fantasy House, Erwin Sham talks crypto and takes us on a Fantasy VACATION!! ... AND please support these charities that are working so very hard to make the world a better place for us and future generations:  *Here's 2 recommended places to donate that Fantasy house also donates to:  1. https://www.rescue.org 2. https://www.janegoodall.org Here's this one, haven't donated yet but looking into it. Please let us know your experience if you have worked with them: 8billiontrees.com Artwork by Jon Shefsky and Ryan J Ebelt from Kill Tony at the Comedy Store Theme Song by Shefsky and Joel "Joelberg" Jimenez from Kill Tony at the Comedy Store Fantasy House is the worlds only NSFW Real Estate Podcast. Recorded at the World Famous Comedy Store in Hollywood California and Roy Tigre's Tigheland Studios in Burbank California *Fun Fact: The city of Burbank was founded in 2003 by Bill Burr.  BE SILLY HAVE FUN! CRiiiME PATREON!!! FANTASY HOUSE with Jon Shefsky  #blessedguest  Support the show by visiting our sponsors! Claire Heart Hand Made Joe Erle at C3 Risk & Insurance Services  Dee Ketelson and A Peace That Remains *(warning: recorded with ZOOM so sound quality is "zoom like")        

The Carson Podcast
Remi Messenger

The Carson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 32:28


Remi Messenger discusses working at Carson's Tonight Show in NY, Doc Severinsen, the show's Burbank trips, Joey Bishop, & the Carson writers.

In The Moment podcast
108. Kathryn Bond Stockton with Megan Burbank: Gender(s)

In The Moment podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 53:30


“Gender is queer for everyone,” Kathryn Bond Stockton claims in her newest book with MIT Press, Gender(s). And no matter how “normal” people try to make it, it's just strange, from the words people use to the clothes they wear. With hefty doses of wit and humor, Stockton takes readers on a fascinating, sometimes absurd journey through topics like transgender soldiers in the military, the complications of language, gender-neutral children's dolls, and even Lil Nas X. What does “opposite sex” even mean? And how do things like race and money shape gender in huge, often surprising ways? Town Hall's In the Moment podcast digs into gender, in all its puzzling glory, in our 108th Episode. Kathryn Bond Stockton is the author of many books including Beautiful Bottom, Beautiful Shame: Where “Black” Meets “Queer,” and The Queer Child, or Growing Sideways in the Twentieth Century, both finalists for the Lambda Literary Award in LGBT Studies, and Making Out, a finalist for the Next Generation Indie Book Award for memoir. She is also a Distinguished Professor of English and the inaugural Dean of the School for Cultural and Social Transformation at the University of Utah. Megan Burbank is a writer and features reporter at The Seattle Times. She was previously arts editor & senior editor at the Portland Mercury, where she specialized in politics, culture, and gender. Her writing has also appeared in The Stranger, Teen Vogue, Dance Magazine, and the Billfold, among many others. Buy the Book: https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/genders  Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation online click here.

Verge of the Fringe
This Maker's Life

Verge of the Fringe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021


 Hey Dude, a bit of recognition for my photos by Descanso Gardens and The Arboretum paves the way for me to see Ira Glass in a new light, from "broken glass" to an arrow straight to the heart.QUOTE: "The only thing you can do is to keep on keepin' on."AUDIO LINKPEOPLE: Ira Glass, John Doe, Krissy TeegerstromPLACES: Descanso Gardens, The Arboretum, Arcadia, Altadena, Heritage BootsTHINGS: iPhone 6, iPhone XS, Carved, Twitter, Instagram, L.A. Magazine, plumeria, Mother Nature, S-Town, All Things ConsideredSOUNDS: leaf blower, footsteps, gravel path, Laguna Sawdust Cowbell Chimes, birds, train, windGENRE: storytelling, personal narrative, personal journalPHOTO: "Descanso IG Screenshot" via my iPhone XSRECORDED: October 1, 2021 from the "Wawona Lawn" under the flight path of the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, CaliforniaGEAR: Sony ICD PX370 digital voice recorder and Sony ECM CS3 "tie-clip" microphone.HYPE: "It's a beatnik kinda literary thing in a podcast cloak of darkness." Timothy Kimo Brien (cohost on Podwrecked and host of Create Art Podcast)DISCLAIMER/WARNING: Proudly presented rough, raw and ragged. Seasoned with salty language and ideas. Not for most people's taste. Please be advised.

Verge of the Dude
This Maker's Life

Verge of the Dude

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 17:32


Hey Dude, a bit of recognition for my photos by Descanso Gardens and The Arboretum paves the way for me to see Ira Glass in a new light, from "broken glass" to an arrow straight to the heart. QUOTE: "The only thing you can do is to keep on keepin' on." PEOPLE: Ira Glass, John Doe, Krissy Teegerstrom PLACES: Descanso Gardens, The Arboretum, Arcadia, Altadena, Heritage Boots THINGS: iPhone 6, iPhone XS, Carved, Twitter, Instagram, L.A. Magazine, plumeria, Mother Nature, S-Town, All Things Considered SOUNDS: leaf blower, footsteps, gravel path, Laguna Sawdust Cowbell Chimes, birds, train, wind GENRE: storytelling, personal narrative, personal journal PHOTO: "Descanso IG Screenshot" via my iPhone XS RECORDED: October 1, 2021 from the "Wawona Lawn" under the flight path of the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California GEAR: Sony ICD PX370 digital voice recorder and Sony ECM CS3 "tie-clip" microphone. HYPE: "It's a beatnik kinda literary thing in a podcast cloak of darkness." Timothy Kimo Brien (cohost on Podwrecked and host of Create Art Podcast) DISCLAIMER/WARNING: Proudly presented rough, raw and ragged. Seasoned with salty language and ideas. Not for most people's taste. Please be advised.    

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 4 | Tim Conway interview with Lifestyle Magazine @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 30:59


Tim Conway interview with Lifestyle magazine / sweater and tag / Cro's dad called him Cro or Turkey or Zero / Tim names after dead uncle//WHIP Burbank weather / Tim's grandparents slept separate / Joe Buscaino –Italian Fetival in San Pedro/ A1 Deli – San Pedro//

Arroe Collins
Wayland's Phill Vilenski Talks About Their New Release How Long

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 9:58


WAYLAND, the four piece, West Michigan, heartland rock and roll band, released “How Long” today via Fearlyss Entertainment. Recorded in Burbank, Calif., the song is co-written with Brandon “Bsamz” Sammons (Bad Wolves, Lady Gaga) and produced by Grammy award nominated artist and industry veteran Keith Nelson (Buckcherry, Blackberry Smoke, Alice Cooper, Ricky Warwick) at MDDN Studios (Good Charlotte.) The track is co-engineered and mixed by Jun Murakawa (Tool, Slipknot, Chris Cornell, Chevelle) and mastered by Dave Collins (Alice In Chains, The Avett Brothers, Metallica.) “How Long” is from the forthcoming EP “On The Way”. “‘How Long' is the question I think the whole world is asking,” lead guitarist Phillip Vilkenski said. “How long until we find a new normal? And how long until we have the freedom to be back on track to fulfilling our whole purpose for being here?” Award-winning videographer Harold Sellers shot the “How Long” official music video in Joshua Tree, Calif. The music video features the Heart Global dancers. Heart Global is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that leads music and performance workshops all over the world, which exists to create global connections while nurturing future generations through music. Stream the “How Long” video here. Vilenski and Mitch Arnold (lead singer) first met and started writing songs in the performance group together when they traveled the world teaching. Their understanding that music is medicine has been their dharma ever since. “Phill and I found ourselves alone in our desert studio reflecting back on our journey during the pandemic, and it felt like we were going back to the beginning,” Arnold said. “Every time we had tried to go back to the beginning before, we never went all the way back to Heart Global and the principles they instilled in us that are truly the beginning of our bond and band.” WAYLAND is a six-time charting rock band hailing from a town of the same name in Michigan. In 2010 WAYLAND's “Welcome To My Head” hit #32 on the active rock charts followed by “Reno” which reached #54. Next came “Get A Little,” which debuted at number six on the iTunes rock charts while simultaneously hitting #49 on media base active rock charts with a viral music video to match. “Bloody Sunrise” reached #30 and was followed by “Through The Fire” which reached #29 on the Billboard Music Charts. “Ghost,” co-written by Brent Smith and Zach Meyers (Shinedown) reached #28 on BDS active rock. After coming off the road for the first time in almost a decade, Wayland signed with new management, Fearlyss Entertainment to write and record, “On The Way”. Wayland is Arnold (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Vilenski (lead guitar, vocals), Joey Clement (bass, vocals) and Hoss Wright (drums).

Arroe Collins
Wayland's Phill Vilenski Talks About Their New Release How Long

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 9:58


WAYLAND, the four piece, West Michigan, heartland rock and roll band, released “How Long” today via Fearlyss Entertainment. Recorded in Burbank, Calif., the song is co-written with Brandon “Bsamz” Sammons (Bad Wolves, Lady Gaga) and produced by Grammy award nominated artist and industry veteran Keith Nelson (Buckcherry, Blackberry Smoke, Alice Cooper, Ricky Warwick) at MDDN Studios (Good Charlotte.) The track is co-engineered and mixed by Jun Murakawa (Tool, Slipknot, Chris Cornell, Chevelle) and mastered by Dave Collins (Alice In Chains, The Avett Brothers, Metallica.) “How Long” is from the forthcoming EP “On The Way”. “‘How Long' is the question I think the whole world is asking,” lead guitarist Phillip Vilkenski said. “How long until we find a new normal? And how long until we have the freedom to be back on track to fulfilling our whole purpose for being here?” Award-winning videographer Harold Sellers shot the “How Long” official music video in Joshua Tree, Calif. The music video features the Heart Global dancers. Heart Global is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that leads music and performance workshops all over the world, which exists to create global connections while nurturing future generations through music. Stream the “How Long” video here. Vilenski and Mitch Arnold (lead singer) first met and started writing songs in the performance group together when they traveled the world teaching. Their understanding that music is medicine has been their dharma ever since. “Phill and I found ourselves alone in our desert studio reflecting back on our journey during the pandemic, and it felt like we were going back to the beginning,” Arnold said. “Every time we had tried to go back to the beginning before, we never went all the way back to Heart Global and the principles they instilled in us that are truly the beginning of our bond and band.” WAYLAND is a six-time charting rock band hailing from a town of the same name in Michigan. In 2010 WAYLAND's “Welcome To My Head” hit #32 on the active rock charts followed by “Reno” which reached #54. Next came “Get A Little,” which debuted at number six on the iTunes rock charts while simultaneously hitting #49 on media base active rock charts with a viral music video to match. “Bloody Sunrise” reached #30 and was followed by “Through The Fire” which reached #29 on the Billboard Music Charts. “Ghost,” co-written by Brent Smith and Zach Meyers (Shinedown) reached #28 on BDS active rock. After coming off the road for the first time in almost a decade, Wayland signed with new management, Fearlyss Entertainment to write and record, “On The Way”. Wayland is Arnold (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Vilenski (lead guitar, vocals), Joey Clement (bass, vocals) and Hoss Wright (drums).

Niko Public Radio
Anthony Martin

Niko Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 33:17


Anthony Martin is an Austin-based comedian from Burbank, CA. We talk about gender, relationships, and stand-up comedy. Make sure to follow Anthony on Instagram and Tik Tok: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theanthonymartin/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@heywhatshouldmynamebe? Watch this episode on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vB_1Q-BXrl8

X & Goal
THE TRIPLE CLOWNS SHOW | HORSE RACING NEWS & RACE RECAP | WITH JOHN BOAL

X & Goal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 73:13


Degen Nation presents The Triple Clowns show with the new Clown, Shoe, and special guest John Boal, author of the "7F Sire Rankings." We talk to John about his latest book, and his new released on the rankings for the downhill turf course at Santa Anita. Get your copy of the of the 7F Sire Rankings to elevate your handicapping. John Boal: @CalifMaidenMan To purchase your copy of the "7F Sire Rankings," send a check or money order payable to The Maiden Man for $28.50 The Maiden Man 150 S. Glenoaks Blvd. Burbank, CA 81502 #horseracing #freepicks #bobbaffert #sportsbetting #breederscup #churchill --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetripleclowns/support

Game Show! from The Incomparable
163: Blame it on Burbank

Game Show! from The Incomparable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 53:46


We go back to where it all started! Let’s play the feud… the actual original home game of Family Feud, with answers compiled by polling 1970s audiences standing in line to watch “Family Feud!” Survey Says… Monty Ashley with Tony Sindelar, Cicero Holmes, Glenn Fleishman, Jean MacDonald and Shelly Brisbin.

Superfeed! from The Incomparable
Game Show 163: Blame it on Burbank

Superfeed! from The Incomparable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 53:46


We go back to where it all started! Let’s play the feud… the actual original home game of Family Feud, with answers compiled by polling 1970s audiences standing in line to watch “Family Feud!” Survey Says… Host Monty Ashley with Tony Sindelar, Cicero Holmes, Glenn Fleishman, Jean MacDonald and Shelly Brisbin.

The Boo Crew
Ep#258 - MYSTIC MUSEUM (Erick Wessel / Kiko Bailey / Jose Cañas)

The Boo Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 30:22


The Boo Crew is back again for a THIRD all new episode this week! We welcome our friends Kiko Bailey and Erick Wessel from Burbank's Mystic Museum, one of the central hub's of LA's horror community AND Ghost House Pictures Jose Cañas! Hear about an amazing event kicking off Saturday September 18th. Mystic Museum and Renaissance Pictures Ltd Present: 40 Years Of Fear! The Evil Dead - An Immersive Horror Experience! This is a world class, one of a kind exhibit of screen used props from the Evil Dead franchise that you won't see anywhere else, direct from Sam Raimi, Rob Tappert and private collectors. It's an art show of pieces inspired by the films, photo ops, there's an interactive element and so much more! The only other time these items have been on display was back in 2019 and this special anniversary show is even bigger, better and bloodier! It's an incredibly groovy episode 258, now playing! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

818s and Heartbreak
Valley Pizza Joints

818s and Heartbreak

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 103:34


This week's episode begins with us talking about a new Valley pizza place called Gorilla Pies! We took a field trip to the shopping center at the corner of Whitsett and Burbank and tried some very delicious Pittsburgh style pizza while chatting with one of the owners, Jake Osher! After that we get into some of our favorite Valley pizza joints! Hopefully yours made the cut! 

Sacred Symbols: A PlayStation Podcast
#167: Sleepless in Burbank

Sacred Symbols: A PlayStation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 245:01


It's been well over a year, but finally -- finally! -- Sony has given us some new, much-needed details concerning their upcoming slate of PlayStation 5 games. Word came by way of a tight, 40 minute presentation, and perhaps the biggest news of all was that Sony-owned developer Insomniac, already responsible for two PS5 games, will be delivering two more by 2023. First off, is Insomniac now Sony's uncontested crown jewel studio? And how could they possibly be working at such a rapid clip? We get into all of that, plus all of the other reveals and details from the Showcase, including a PS5 KOTOR remake, Square Enix's Forspoken, cross-gen exclusives God of War: Ragnarok and Gran Turismo 7, and more. We also delve into the week's other news, including the acquisition of a brand-new first party team in Firesprite, fixing Sony's inane game pricing scheme with Horizon: Forbidden West, the PlayStation debut of Alan Wake, and so much more. Then, we dive into some listener inquiries. What indie studios are impressing us most right now? Would we rather 4K resolution at 60 frames or 1080p at 120 frames? Could Parappa the Rapper be a good multiverse IP for Sony to explore? Did Colin sleep without any underwear on when he stayed at Dustin's? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

#STAYHUMAN: Sales Skills Podcast with Malvina EL-Sayegh
Ep82: Big Brain Little Brain with Kevin McCarney

#STAYHUMAN: Sales Skills Podcast with Malvina EL-Sayegh

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 39:18


Kevin McCarney joins me on the podcast to talk about his book "Big Brain  Little Brain" and how we can use communication as an asset rather than a liability.Whenever we're frustrated, angry, or under stress, those negative influences try to control what we'll say next. When we give in to them, they get more powerful, controlling our tone and our words, and ultimately having a negative impact on us.   Fortunately, there's a way for you to take charge.Big Brain Little Brain distills all communication into simple and accessible tools you can use immediately. It identifies the twenty-one tools your Big Brain can tap into for better communication, as well as the fourteen avoidable traps that your Little Brain will constantly set for you.Most importantly, it will show you how to find your “neutral,” giving you the time and focus you need to find the right words even in the most pressure-filled encounters. Gaffes will become a thing of the past, and great communication will become your trademark.You'll Learn:1. What's Big Brain & Little Brain is all about.2.  How to find your neutral words and move to that "neutral space"3. How to forge strong relationships and bonds with our communication style.About Kevin McCarneyBest selling author Kevin T. McCarney spent several decades managing customer and employee relations across a wide range of industries and organizations. He has been a guest speaker at the USC Marshall School of Business, the UCLA Anderson School of Business, and Woodbury University, among many others. A successful entrepreneur, author, speaker, mentor, husband, and father, Kevin has served on the board of directors of the California State Compensation Insurance Fund, the California Restaurant Association (Chairman 2014), the Burbank Arts in Education Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank, and the Universal City North Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.

SoCal Restaurant Show
Show 442, September 11, 2021: Betty Porto, Vice President of Community Relations, Porto's Bakery & Café

SoCal Restaurant Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 13:57


All Porto's Bakery and Café locations have reopened for dine-in at 50 per cent capacity. The locations are Burbank, Buena Park, Downey, Glendale and West Covina. Be watching for the pending Northridge opening. In the meantime Porto's has a bakery … Continue reading → The post Show 442, September 11, 2021: Betty Porto, Vice President of Community Relations, Porto's Bakery & Café appeared first on SoCal Restaurant Show.

LILA Burbank Web Radio
La Voix du LILA - Burbank - 09-08-2021

LILA Burbank Web Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 12:24


Welcome to the second episode of the school year. Lincoln, Ms. Harvey, and Mr. Mondange discussed many of the after-school activities and athletics programs that are now being offered at the Burbank campus. Be sure to sign up before it's too late. The soccer season is underway, with a first game on Friday, September 10. Best of luck to the team! Ms. Harvey and Mr. Mondange spoke about the weekly COVID-19 testing process and reminded everyone to stay home if you are not feeling well. They also wanted to remind all that there is a school SMS emergency notification service. For those who have not yet registered their cell phone number, more information on how to do this will be in Mosaïque. Have a great week!

Nutricion al Dia
210910 Viernes Repaso Especiales

Nutricion al Dia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 146:14


Viernes repaso de los especiales, ganadores de la semana y reflexión. Puede obtener este Programa en LA Farmacia Natural en Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Huntington Park, El Monte, Arleta, Pico Rivera, Santa Ana y en Burbank o llamando a la Línea de la Salud, al 1-800-227-8428 si desean que se lo enviemos a su casa.

90’s Galore Music & Entertainment

Get ready to go on a little journey of creativity and artistry with Chris & Searcy Maeda - Owner/Operators of Picturistik in Burbank, CA. This is a very unique venue in which they describe it as an “interactive photo studio” - and that description totally makes sense. This one-of-kind facility boasts 16 rooms with various themes in each room, content creators, artists, models and beyond can come here and utilize the space as a backdrop for their content. Tune-in and listen to Host, DoubleAA chop it up with Chris and Searcy.

Nutricion al Dia
210909 Jueves Insomnio

Nutricion al Dia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 151:35


Solo los que sufren insomnio noche tras noche saben lo desesperante que puede ser querer dormir y no poder. Entra en un estado irritable, al día siguiente siente como si tuviese una resaca, no se siente lúcido y no rinde en el trabajo. Y parece ser como un círculo vicioso. Cuanto más se necesita dormir, más dificultad se tiene. Existen suplementos nutricionales que le pueden ayudar a tener un sueño reparador de manera natural. Puede obtener este Programa en LA Farmacia Natural en Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Huntington Park, El Monte, Arleta, Pico Rivera, Santa Ana y en Burbank o llamando a la Línea de la Salud, al 1-800-227-8428 si desean que se lo enviemos a su casa.

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 4 | Slow Down - Car Deaths and Speeding Tickets Are Up @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 33:07


Recall Update - Governor Newsom has big name supporters//Car deaths are spiking in many states// Tesla batteries hit a milestone//Whole Foods "walk out technology" stores coming soon// NFL football is back//Noory// LA Rams Sean McVay// Required vaccination at private school in Burbank// Macy's day parade returns//

Nutricion al Dia
210908 Miercoles Osteoporosis

Nutricion al Dia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 143:50


La Osteopenia y la osteoporosis son palabras conocidas para muchas personas mayores. El diagnóstico de una pérdida grave de masa ósea, como lo es la osteoporosis, puede causar mucha ansiedad, ya que esta condición generalmente significa que los huesos de una persona se han debilitado y son más propensos a quebrarse o fracturarse. La osteoporosis es reconocida como enfermedad específica desde épocas remotas, habiendo sido descrita ya por Hipócrates. En el diccionario se le describe como enfermedad ósea que se caracteriza por una disminución de la densidad del tejido óseo y tiene como consecuencia una fragilidad exagerada de los huesos. Puede obtener este Programa en LA Farmacia Natural en Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Huntington Park, El Monte, Arleta, Pico Rivera, Santa Ana y en Burbank o llamando a la Línea de la Salud, al 1-800-227-8428 si desean que se lo enviemos a su casa.

Verge of the Fringe

 Hey Dude, I reminisce about being a goofy 13-year-old during the Summer of 1979, and the time I made Molly Ringwald's stunning older sister Beth laugh at my expense.AUDIO LINKQUOTE: "OP shirt, corduroy pants / If you had feathered hair / You had half a chance" - Gluey BrothersPEOPLE: Steve Schirripa, Michael Imperioli, Molly Ringwald, Bob RingwaldPLACES: Walter Reed Junior High, Israel, Toluca Lake, Louisiana, Ventura & Laurel CanyonTHINGS: Summer, Labor Day, The Sopranos, Talking Sopranos Podcast, 1979, 1980, 1960's, 1970's, 1980's, Annie, Facts of Life, BMX bikes, 7-Eleven, Slurpee, interferon, 21st century, Sawdust FestivalSOUNDS: wind, footsteps, gravel path, Laguna Sawdust Cowbell Chimes, airplane, birdsGENRE: storytelling, personal narrative, personal journalPHOTO: "Beth Eyes" from the 1979 Walter Reed Junior High School yearbook, shot on my new iPhoneXSRECORDED: September 6, 2021 from the "Wawona Lawn" under the flight path of the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, CaliforniaGEAR: Sony ICD PX370 digital voice recorder and Sony ECM CS3 "tie-clip" microphone.HYPE: "It's a beatnik kinda literary thing in a podcast cloak of darkness." Timothy Kimo Brien (cohost on Podwreckedand host of Create Art Podcast)DISCLAIMER/WARNING: Proudly presented rough, raw and ragged. Seasoned with salty language and ideas. Not for most people's taste. Please be advised.

Verge of the Dude
Summer of '79

Verge of the Dude

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 17:33


Hey Dude, I reminisce about being a goofy 13-year-old during the  Summer of 1979, and the time I made Molly Ringwald's stunning older sister Beth laugh at my expense. QUOTE: "OP shirt, corduroy pants / If you had feathered hair / You had half a chance" - Gluey Brothers PEOPLE: Steve Schirripa, Michael Imperioli, Molly Ringwald, Bob Ringwald PLACES: Walter Reed Junior High, Israel, Toluca Lake, Louisiana, Ventura & Laurel Canyon THINGS: Summer, Labor Day, The Sopranos, Talking Sopranos Podcast, 1979, 1980, 1960's, 1970's, 1980's, Annie, Facts of Life, BMX bikes, 7-Eleven, Slurpee, interferon, 21st century, Sawdust Festival SOUNDS: wind, footsteps, gravel path, Laguna Sawdust Cowbell Chimes, airplane, birds GENRE: storytelling, personal narrative, personal journal PHOTO: "Beth Eyes" from the 1979 Walter Reed Junior High School yearbook, shot on my new iPhoneXS RECORDED: September 6, 2021 from the "Wawona Lawn" under the flight path of the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California GEAR: Sony ICD PX370 digital voice recorder and Sony ECM CS3 "tie-clip" microphone. HYPE: "It's a beatnik kinda literary thing in a podcast cloak of darkness." Timothy Kimo Brien (cohost on Podwrecked and host of Create Art Podcast) DISCLAIMER/WARNING: Proudly presented rough, raw and ragged. Seasoned with salty language and ideas. Not for most people's taste. Please be advised.

Nutricion al Dia
210907 Martes Inmunidad

Nutricion al Dia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 147:42


Las enfermedades autoinmunes, de las cuales hay al menos ochenta tipos, con una gravedad variable, son el gran mal de nuestro tiempo. Además, un 75% de los afectados son mujeres en su mayoría, sobre todo en edad reproductiva, ya que se cree que las hormonas juegan un papel fundamental en su desarrollo. Puede obtener este Programa en LA Farmacia Natural en Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Huntington Park, El Monte, Arleta, Pico Rivera, Santa Ana y en Burbank o llamando a la Línea de la Salud, al 1-800-227-8428 si desean que se lo enviemos a su casa.

Mindful Multi Family Show
Mindful Multi Family Show #171 with Chris Salerno (Passive Investment with Independent Publisher and Multimedia Artist, Sebastian Schug)

Mindful Multi Family Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 16:51


Sebastian Robert Schug (born February 25th, 1998) is an independent publisher and multimedia artist currently residing in suburban Burbank, California. Beginning his illustrative career at the age of fourteen, he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and Political Science from California State University, Northridge.   If you like what you hear be sure to like, share, subscribe! Podcast- Mindful Multi-Family show Instagram- Chris_Salerno_ Youtube Channel- Chris Salerno

818s and Heartbreak
Burbank Airport w/ Julia Prescott

818s and Heartbreak

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 83:43


This week we have our first ever return guest!! We welcomed comedian and writer, Julia Prescott back on the show to talk about the Burbank Airport! Or is it Bob Hope Airport? Or is it something completely different?? Who can really say! Great episode, though! We recorded outside due to the delta variant so please forgive any outside noise/crickets! 

Around the Galaxy - A Star Wars Fan Talkshow
132. Misty Rosas: I Have Spoken

Around the Galaxy - A Star Wars Fan Talkshow

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 54:54


Misty Rosas is the multi-talented artist who brought #TheMandalorian's #Kuiil and Frog Lady to life. She is a singer, dancer, actor, performance artist, motion capture artist, championship gymnast and stunt person. You've seen her in #Congo as Amy the ape, Sid the Science Kid and Gonzon from Muppet Babies. Most importantly, she is an inspiration and an amazing talent.@MissMistyRosasMistyRosas.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjmQsmwKGJvzxbgZj6rRsGwwww.ATGcast.comPatreon.com/ATGcastTwitter.com/ATGcastInstagram.com/ATGcastFacebook.com/ATGcastTikTok.com/ATGcastMisty Rosas, a rare, one of a kind, multitalented artist. Her artistic endeavors are broad and varied, but one thing is for certain, whatever she chooses to do, she puts her whole heart and soul into it!Misty's career began when she took her first gymnastics class at the age of 2 1/2. She loved it so much it was difficult to get her to leave at the end of the session. "There were tears involved!" Her gymnastics career spanned 17 years, and was highlighted when Misty was chosen to join the U.S. National Gymnastics Team as an Elite gymnast. Throughout this period, Misty continued to study dance, especially ballet, as an integral part of her gymnastics training. She combined her dance and performance skills to land her first professional job at age 18. She was hired to perform in a succession of Disney stage productions including, "Fantasmic!", "The Lion King Parade", and "The Very Merry Christmas Parade". "I love to dance, and getting the opportunity to be Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, and a dancing monkey (in "Fantasmic!"), was a wonderful job!" When Misty moved to Los Angeles, she began training at the Edge Performing Arts Center for dance, vocal studies with John Deaver, and acting classes at the Henke Acting Studio. It was there that Misty first heard the quote that has guided her efforts ever since, "Luck happens when opportunity meets preparation".Misty landed her first major film role as the lead ape character, Amy, in the Paramount Pictures movie "Congo". This "break of a lifetime" thrust her career full speed ahead. "It was such a thrilling adventure!" The ”Congo" experience felt like an advanced and accelerated course in acting, learning and understanding blocking, acting to multiple camera angles, and of course, learning how to feel, breathe, and be a gorilla. To be quite honest, I was very overwhelmed and I struggled a lot at first, but it was a tremendous opportunity, so I worked very hard, and everyday I went into the work with this intention, “I will never give up!” This was also the point where Misty developed the ability to work "blind". The ape head was animatronic, designed with no accommodation for vision, so Misty had to memorize her physical position within the set, and in relation to that of the other actors, in order to make it appear that she was comfortably "looking" through Amy's eyes. Misty was under the tutelage of renowned movement artists and character actors, Peter Elliot and John Alexander. The techniques she learned enabled her to book several more jobs in partnership with the Stan Winston Studios (now named Legacy Effects). Misty considers her long-standing and rewarding relationship with Legacy Effects, to be one of the lynchpins of her success.It was during the filming of "Congo" that Misty began to perform stunts. Her height and gymnastics abilities led to an ongoing inventory of stunt roles. Her stunts have been featured in dozens of films and television episodes including, "Van Helsing", "Casper: A Spirited Beginning", "Casper & Wendy" (stunt doubling Hillary Duff), "Three Kings", "Charlie Wilson's War", America's Most Wanted, Rescue 911, Sliders, and Boston Legal "I got to tackle William Shatner, Woohoo!". While working on the enormous sets of "Van Helsing", Misty added wire work and fire burns to her growing list of stunt skills. "It was radical!.......TOASTY!"In 2002, Misty began her very successful association with the Jim Henson Company. First, in the Disney movie "The Country Bears", and since then in a number of realtime Computer Generated (CG) animation projects. These performances include the title roles of Sid, in the PBS series "Sid the Science Kid", and T.J. in "T.J. Bearytales", and most recently, the Jim Henson Company/Netflix collaboration “Word Party”. Misty is the motion capture/body performer for the lovable, yet feisty and irreverent character, Lulu. In preparing for "The Country Bears", "I took the skills I learned from "Congo" and "Instinct", and then was taught, by Michelan Sisti, the techniques needed to perform the character of Beary. It was different from my previous experience, so Micha spent a great deal of time patiently working with me to develop my skills. Acting in “The Country Bears" movie gave Misty the opportunity to meet Brian Henson. "Brian invited me to work on a Muppet Babies test shoot with Micha. It was my first Motion Capture (mocap) experience. WOW!, it was humbling! I had the hardest time finding the virtual camera! Micha kept pointing at the camera-like red lights 15 feet above me, all around me, saying, "Find your eye lines by looking at those", and I said, “I don't understand? What camera? There is no camera? Where? The work in the motion capture space is both mentally and physically grueling! You cannot lose your concentration ever! Again, I was very lucky to have Micha there, teaching me his craft.” Misty soon mastered these techniques and continues to deliver fantastic, endearing performances with each opportunity that is presented to her.Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Misty's most recent role is a reunion with her friends at Legacy Effects, Kathleen Kennedy, and the Walt Disney Company. And now, she is also welcomed into the Lucasfilm/Star Wars family. Her hard work, training, and a lengthy resume, made Misty the natural choice for the already beloved character of Kuiil. Kuiil is voiced by the Oscar nominated and Golden Globe winning actor, Nick Nolte. Misty really enjoyed creating the perfect body for such a perfect voice. Kuiil has already coined his own signature line too, with the popular, "I have spoken". The Mandalorian premiered November 12th, 2019 on the Disney+ streaming platform. In the Fall of 2019, the company began shooting Season 2 which is slated for a Fall 2020 release.Misty's music! Her most recent venture to add to her skill set: Singer, songwriter, recording artist. Misty recorded her debut album at the world renowned Henson Recording Studio (formerly the A&M Studios). She collaborated with Paul Graham, vocal producer of "Sid the Science Kid", and his music partner (currently on tour with Tim McGraw) Paul Bushnell. Together they have recorded and produced Misty's album, “Life Lessons Love”, as well as, her new single, “Paper House”. Her music and music videos have earned her an HMMA nomination, 2 Telly Award wins, film placement, Spotify playlist placement, and features in various film festivals. What Misty is most proud of is the opportunity to open for her music heroes, Air Supply. She has opened for the band 3 times, and the highlight, so far, has been opening for Air Supply at The Starlight Bowl, in Burbank, Ca. She will be heading back into the recording studio to record her newest single! So stay tuned. You can hear Misty's music on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Google Play Music, and YouTube."I consider each and every one of my jobs a stepping stone, a learning experience that guides me towards the next one. There are so many people that have weaved in and out of my life that have taught me, guided me, inspired me, and simply helped me to get where I am today. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank them: My mom, Arlene, my dad, Carlos Sr., my brothers, Joey, Miklos and Carlos Jr., my sister, Gigi, Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell of Air Supply, Barnette Ricci, Nancy Thurston, Mark Wagner, Peter Elliot, John Alexander, Stan Winston, Mark Majarian, Jon Turteltaub, Anthony Hopkins, Mark Blanchard, Terri Best, Michelan Sisti, Christopher Walken, Dave "SuperDave" Fedele, Christie Williams, Bikram Choudhury, Eduardo Sanchez, Brad William Henke, Brian Henson, Halle Stanford, Paul Graham, Paul Bushnell, Tom MacLear, Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, Deb Chow, Rick Famuyiwa, Bryce Dallas Howard, Peyton Reed. THANK YOU!"When Misty isn't performing you can find her practicing and teaching Bikram yoga. She graduated from Bikram's grueling, nine week Teacher Training program in 2006, and she has been teaching ever since. Her favorite words of wisdom by Bikram Choudhury, "You're never too old, never too bad, never too late and never too sick to start from the scratch once again." To which Misty would add, "Don't think about it, just put your yoga clothes on, and do it! Practice Bikram yoga for your health and your happiness! It changes you from the inside out!" "DO WHAT YOU LOVE. LOVE WHAT YOU DO!"

Nutricion al Dia
210906 Lunes Higado Graso

Nutricion al Dia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 63:08


El hígado es la más voluminosa de las vísceras y una de las más importantes por su actividad metabólica. Es un órgano glandular al que se adjudica funciones muy importantes, tales como la síntesis de proteínas plasmáticas, función desintoxicante, almacenaje de vitaminas y glucógeno, además de secreción de bilis, entre otras. También es el responsable de eliminar de la sangre las sustancias que puedan resultar nocivas para el organismo. Puede obtener este Programa en LA Farmacia Natural en Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Huntington Park, El Monte, Arleta, Pico Rivera, Santa Ana y en Burbank o llamando a la Línea de la Salud, al 1-800-227-8428 si desean que se lo enviemos a su casa.

Fantasy House
#130 Brian McWilliams

Fantasy House

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 31:40


Episode #130 of Fantasy House, from the Lions of Liberty podcast, Brian McWilliams takes us on a guided tour of his FANTASY KITCHEN and we have a FANTASY MEAL!!! ... AND please support these charities that are working so very hard to make the world a better place for us and future generations:  *Here's 2 recommended places to donate that Fantasy house also donates to:  1. https://www.rescue.org 2. https://www.janegoodall.org Here's this one, haven't donated yet but looking into it. Please let us know your experience if you have worked with them: 8billiontrees.com Artwork by Jon Shefsky and Ryan J Ebelt from Kill Tony at the Comedy Store Theme Song by Shefsky and Joel "Joelberg" Jimenez from Kill Tony at the Comedy Store Fantasy House is the worlds only NSFW Real Estate Podcast. Recorded at the World Famous Comedy Store in Hollywood California and Roy Tigre's Tigheland Studios in Burbank California *Fun Fact: The city of Burbank was founded in 2003 by Bill Burr.  BE SILLY HAVE FUN! CRiiiME PATREON!!! FANTASY HOUSE with Jon Shefsky  #blessedguest  Support the show by visiting our sponsors! Claire Heart Hand Made Joe Erle at C3 Risk & Insurance Services  Dee Ketelson and A Peace That Remains *(warning: recorded with ZOOM so sound quality is "zoom like")        

LILA Burbank Web Radio
La Voix du LILA - Burbank - 09-01-2021

LILA Burbank Web Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 16:49


Welcome back to the La Voix du LILA - Burbank podcast! This is the first episode of season 3! This week's podcast had Lincoln and Ms. Harvey reviewing a number of important back-to-school reminders in addition to introducing the new staff everyone is seeing on campus. We hope everyone enjoys the Monday holiday.

Pray For Us
Over the Hill: Shannon Dow

Pray For Us

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 50:56


Advertising producer Shannon Dow explains how she went from being raised by born again Christian parents in Burbank, to attending Catholic boarding school in Ojai, and then came back to LA where she abandoned religion all together (well, for the most part). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prayforus/support

How Long Gone
231. - Kenny Beats

How Long Gone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 78:04


Kenny Beats is a music producer living in Los Angeles. We chat about MLK on Fortnite, the resurgence of the flat earth movement, peeing in bottles, Mark Ronson admiring a chair made by Vans shoes, how Kenny ended up in Burbank, taking over Ron Artest's studio space, the future of recording music, Rick Rubin taking him under his wing, building an ecosystem during quarantine, moving from EDC to BET, Kenny meeting a fellow listener of the pod at Halsey's victorian film premiere, and on the heels of Donda we get some legendary Mike Dean stories. https://twitter.com/kennybeats https://twitter.com/donetodeath https://twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support

Consistently Off
Ep. 109 "Ice Cream and Jesus"

Consistently Off

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 169:34


This week the boys sit down with Tony Mancini and talk about: Tony Mancini, Back home, Dreaming Tree, Dave Matthews, Virginia, 9 years, Producer/Engineer, Chris Hansen, Improv, Chris Delia, Payment plans, CSUF, Sound Engineering, Internships, Burbank mixing room, Ben Gross, youtube university, UCI Ring, Hearing loss, Brown note, Ciro's pizza, and much much more.

Fantasy House
#129 - Robertland Special Fantasy House Podcast

Fantasy House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 29:51


Episode #1298 of Fantasy House, Robert Thompson from The Robertland Amusement Park Them Park podcast takes us on a guided tour of his FANTASY KITCHEN and we have a FANTASY MEAL!!! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/robertland/id1494115505 Robertland comes to us from our friend Evan Cassidy and his comedy company https://fockyanation.com Check them out... AND please support these charities that are working so very hard to make the world a better place for us and future generations:  *Here's 2 recommended places to donate that Fantasy house also donates to:  1. https://www.rescue.org 2. https://www.janegoodall.org Here's this one, haven't donated yet but looking into it. Please let us know your experience if you have worked with them: 8billiontrees.com Artwork by Jon Shefsky and Ryan J Ebelt from Kill Tony at the Comedy Store Theme Song by Shefsky and Joel "Joelberg" Jimenez from Kill Tony at the Comedy Store Fantasy House is the worlds only NSFW Real Estate Podcast. Recorded at the World Famous Comedy Store in Hollywood California and Roy Tigre's Tigheland Studios in Burbank California *Fun Fact: The city of Burbank was founded in 2003 by Bill Burr.  BE SILLY HAVE FUN! CRiiiME PATREON!!! FANTASY HOUSE with Jon Shefsky  #blessedguest  Support the show by visiting our sponsors! Claire Heart Hand Made Joe Erle at C3 Risk & Insurance Services  Dee Ketelson and A Peace That Remains *(warning: recorded with ZOOM so sound quality is "zoom like")        

Your Stories Don’t Define You, How You Tell Them Will
191: After Happily Ever After, a Novel That Hits Home by Leslie Rasmussen

Your Stories Don’t Define You, How You Tell Them Will

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 48:23


Leslie Rasmussen didn't intend to write a novel. Her idea was to interview people in their 40s, empty-nesting or nearly empty nesting, in long-term relationships or newly divorced, hearing their stories and finding commonalities. She found so many that she decided to combine the patterns she was hearing about to write the stories of one fictional family's experience. This story resonates because it feels so familiar. Every character is familiar, from the teenaged daughter to the high achieving best friend. The primary protagonist is me. She's you. She's your husband or your wife. Though her actions and how she chooses to move through her current situation won't exactly match what you might do, the feelings and circumstances absolutely will. Our conversation began with movie trivia... it turns out that Leslie started her career in Los Angeles as an actress. After her cameo appearance in a major film, she had an epiphany about what she really wanted, which was to be involved in filmmaking, but not necessarily as an actress. --- Follow Leslie on Facebook, Instagram, and be sure to grab your copy of her book, After Happily Ever After. From Leslie's website: Leslie A. Rasmussen was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She graduated with a bachelors from UCLA in Communications and went on to write television comedies for Gerald McRaney, Burt Reynolds, Roseanne Barr,  Norm McDonald, Drew Carey, and Ralph Macchio as well as The Wild Thornberrys and Sweet Valley High.  Later, she earned a master's degree in nutrition and ran her own business for ten years. Most recently, Leslie  has written personal essays for online magazines such as Huffington Post, Maria Shriver and Sheknows.  Leslie loves dogs and besides having two adorable Labradors, she volunteers at The Burbank Animal Shelter,  in Burbank, California.  Leslie lives in Los Angeles and has two sons, and a husband she's been with since college.  This is her debut novel. --- ABOUT SARAH: "Uncovering the right stories for the right audiences so executives, leaders, public speakers, and job seekers can clearly and actively demonstrate their character, values, and vision." In my work with coaching clients, I guide people to improve their communication using storytelling as the foundation of our work together. What I've realized over years of coaching and podcasting is that the majority of people don't realize the impact of the stories they share - on their internal messages, and on the people they're sharing them with. My work with leaders and people who aspire to be leaders follows a similar path to the interviews on my podcast, uncovering pivotal moments in their lives and learning how to share them to connect more authentically with others, to make their presentations and speaking more engaging, to reveal patterns that have kept them stuck or moved them forward, and to improve their relationships at work and at home. The audiobook, Your Stories Don't Define You, How You Tell Them Will is now available! Included with your purchase are two bonus tracks, songs recorded by Sarah's band, Spare Change, in her living room in Montana.

The Jewelry District
Episode 51: Guest Kate Youngstrom and the JCK Show

The Jewelry District

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 24:03


In This EpisodeYou'll hear JCK editor-in-chief Victoria Gomelsky and news director Rob Bates talk with Kate Youngstrom, vice president of brand and content marketing for RX Global. They talk about all things JCK Show—from its safety measures to its social and education events. Show Notes 00:53 Victoria and Rob introduce today's guest, Kate Youngstrom, vice president of brand and content marketing for RX Global.05:54 Kate goes over all the safety measures taken this year and shares where you can find more information.08:30 There are plenty of social and networking events at this year's show. Kate tells the JCK editors about just a few of them.12:12 What's new this year in the education programs.15:39 Kate talks all about Jewelers Source and the perks of having JCK Pro. Episode CreditsHosts: Rob Bates and Victoria GomelskyProducer and engineer: Natalie ChometPlugs: jckonline.com, @jckmagazine Show Recap Introducing Kate YoungstromVictoria is getting ready to head off to the JCK Show, flying from Burbank, Calif., to Las Vegas, and she's so excited to see all her friends there. Rob is also excited. Their guest on today's podcast, Kate Youngstrom, vice president of brand and content marketing for RX Global, will also be in attendance. She's joining them today to give listeners some details about the show—which she says is unequivocally happening this year. Luxury opens by invitation only on Tues., Aug. 24 for two and a half days, then will remain open for everyone else Friday through Monday. And attendance looks strong! Safety MeasuresRob asks if people will be able to come from outside of the country to the show, and Kate says interested attendees must follow the rules of their particular country. Safety policies mandate that masks are required, and masks will be offered at the center. But Kate recommends checking out the JCK Show's website for all of the most up-to-date safety information. Presenters will have the option to wear masks onstage if they want. Social Events and DiningThere are some evening social events planned. For the all-access badge holders in the Luxury community, on Wednesday night there is the fan-favorite Dine Out program featuring 17 restaurants. On Thursday, for those same badge holders there's an Around the World happy hour taking place between three restaurant bars, with drink tickets available. On Friday evening, the Women's Jewelry Association (WJA) and the American Gem Society Young Titleholders, in partnership with JCK, are holding a happy hour at Sushi Samba. And on Sunday night, the Jewelers for Children (JFC) dinner is taking place in the Venetian Bar. Victoria mentions that on page 130 of the latest issue of JCKmagazine, Matt Villano wrote a piece about all the new places to eat, drink, and see in Vegas. Education ProgramsRob asks about the education programs, which Kate says take place across three days of the show, starting on Friday morning and running through Sunday. They'll be held on the show floor on the showcase stage. For the first time this year, there will be a few viewing pods on the show floor, where those who don't enough time to go from one place to another can watch livestreams of the education programs. Additionally, there will be two new education activation stations. One, the “Podcast Zone,” will allow attendees to watch podcasters record their podcasts live; the other, the "Content Creation Zone," will show visitors how to really bring a piece of jewelry to life through photography, social media, and emails. Jewelers Source and JCK Pro PerksThis year's keynote speech will be given on Saturday by the National Retail Federation and will take a look at the past 18 months—where we've been, where we're going, and what we've learned. Victoria asks Kate about Jewelers Source, the JCK Marketplace where you can create meetings, source product, and see what the trends are. Kate says that all the content from the JCK Show will be available afterward on the site for JCK Pro users, and that those users will enjoy in-person perks at the show too, such as a dedicated lounge with amenities, and education and networking opportunities.

DLWeekly Podcast - Disneyland News and Information
DLW 196: Disneyland Music with DisneyChris.com

DLWeekly Podcast - Disneyland News and Information

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021


This week, Oogie Boogie Bash Dining packages have dropped, reservations are now open for more dining locations, a Main Street staple is finally set to return, we talk with Chris from DisneyChris.com about Disneyland music, and more! Please support the show if you can by going to https://www.dlweekly.net/support/. If you want some DLWeekly Swag, you can pick some up at https://www.dlweekly.net/store/. Book your travel through ConciEARS at no extra cost to you! Be sure to mention that you heard about ConciEARS from DLWeekly at booking! If you want some awesome headwear or one of a kind items, be sure to visit our friends over at All Enchanting Ears! You can use the promo code DLWEEKLY10 to get 10% off your order! News: For guests attending the Oogie Boogie Bash this year, Disney has announced two dining packages for the event. First, the Wint Country Trattoria Oogie Boogie Bash Parade Dining, which includes a three-course meal, and reserved seating for the Frightfully Fun Parade. The kids meal also includes a Oogie Boogie Popcorn Bucket. The other option is the Sonoma Terrace Oogie Boogie Bash Dessert Party. A selection of desserts and beverages is provided and takes place at 7pm and 9:30pm on party nights. Reservations begin for the dessert party on August 11th, with reservations for the Dinner package needing to be booked as a dinner reservation and upgraded in person when checking in. – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2021/08/10/dinner-and-dessert-packages-are-coming-to-oogie-boogie-bash-at-disneyland/ Trader Sam's has been so busy since forever, and starting August 11th, guests can now reserve a spot prior to dining at the popular location. The reservations begin on the 15th, but guests can start reserving times on the 11th. Reservations will be open for lunch and dinner, and are expected to go fast! – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2021/08/04/trader-sams-will-take-reservations-soon-in-disneyland/ Some food updates from the resort include the reservations that we spoke about earlier, Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures at Napa Rose, and the return of the Carnation Cafe! The Carnation Cafe will be open to serve guests again on September 16th. The Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures at Napa Rose begin on August 26th, with reservations opening on August 11th. The Adventure will feature Disney Princesses greeting guests on a private patio for a photo op, a special keepsake, and a menu with breakfast and lunch offerings. Goofy's Kitchen will also return on August 18th, but without characters for the time being. The Plaza Inn will be hosting Minnie & Friends – Breakfast in the Park buffet starting August 12th. For a complete list of the dining open at the resort and to book your visits to these locations, visit the link in our show notes. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/08/dining-guide-update-5-disneyland-resort-foodie-news-disney-princess-breakfast-adventures-at-napa-rose-goofys-kitchen-and-more-reopening/ We might just be getting to the middle of August, but October 31st is already on the minds of a lot of folks already! Stores around the Disneyland Resort have already started stocking new Halloween merchandise. From tees, to ears, to hats, and more, there is something for everyone. Some standout items include a Haunted Mansion/Madame Leota necklace or ear rings, a pair of hitchhiking ghosts socks, and a Haunted Mansion wallpaper folding hand fan. – https://www.micechat.com/298137-disneyland-merchandise-update-spooky-beginnings-mansion-marvel/ and https://www.shopdisney.com/halloween-shop/ Mickey and Minnie have come to the resort in a new way! Strollers at the resort now feature the classic couple, along with their classic red and black color scheme. The old design was black and blue, so this is an upgrade! The sun shades feature Mickey and Minnie on either side of the seat. The wheels are black and yellow to complete the look. For guests needing to rent one, they are $18 a day for the single stroller, and $36 for the double stroller. – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2021/08/07/disneylands-strollers-just-got-a-super-cute-upgrade/ Just a quick reminder to anyone who will be visiting Disneyland in the next few weeks, the Haunted Mansion is scheduled to be down for the transition to Haunted Mansion Holiday from August 16th to September 2nd. This will be the 20th anniversary of the holiday overlay and will feature nods to each of the 20 years in the gingerbread house in the ballroom scene this year. – https://www.micechat.com/297892-disneyland-update-magic-keys-and-cast-member-needs/ Another quick note to guests going to the parks soon, Mickey's Mix Magic, the fireworks show that is currently shown at Disneyland has moved to 9pm from 9:30pm, and starting August 30th, the fireworks portion of the show will be on weekends only, with projections only on the weekdays. – https://www.mouseplanet.com/12997/Disneyland_Resort_Update_for_August_9__15_2021#news4 With the return of the popular bread bowls in Disney California Adventure, Disney has posted a TikTok video of how they are made! There a few steps and watching the Cast Members make these bowls of awesomeness so fast is amazing to watch. To see this for yourself, check out the link in our show notes at dlweekly.net. – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2021/08/02/video-see-how-disney-makes-their-iconic-bread-bowls/ The Wonderground Gallery in Downtown Disney has reopened after a brief refurbishment. None of the physical aspects of the store were changed, but most of the items available for sale were replaced and refreshed. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2021/08/photos-wonderground-gallery-reopens-at-downtown-disney-district-after-brief-refurbishment/ The Orange County Register reported this week that Disneyland has 19,000 cast members working at the resort, and is continuing to rehire furloughed and laid off cast members. This only represents 3/5 of the total workforce pre-pandemic. Much of the cast that works third shift are still on furlough, with the overnight duties falling to day shift. – https://www.ocregister.com/2021/08/06/disneyland-workforce-reaches-19000-unions-want-thousands-more-rehired/ There was a union protest outside of Disneyland on August 5th, representing a number of different Cast Member unions that work at the resort. They protested to call attention to returning to work and fighting for a living wage at the resort. The resort has been understaffed since it's reopening at the end of April and has not been able to get all the cast members to return. – https://www.micechat.com/297892-disneyland-update-magic-keys-and-cast-member-needs/ Another sad situation for Cast Members is the ticket restrictions that have been in place since reopening, making it nearly impossible to use this valuable perk of the job. Cast Members are given three different types of passes to use. Self-admission, which is unlimited, but subject to blockout days, the main entrance pass, which allows cast members and up to three guests into the parks, which is limited to about 16 days per year, with blackouts, and finally complimentary tickets, which are one-day park hoppers given to cast members two to three times a year, with no blockout dates. The first two passes have been blocked out since reopening, and the third is limited by a low amount of reservations available for the ticket type. – https://www.micechat.com/297892-disneyland-update-magic-keys-and-cast-member-needs/ The Walt Disney Animation Studios Disney+ long-term series production is moving out of Burbank. The team will be relocated to Vancouver, Canada, while the feature animation team will remain in Burbank at the studios. The relocation and added space, will allow for more projects to be worked on at the same time. The new studio is scheduled to open in January. They are also looking for new members of the team, which can be found at the link in our show notes. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2021/08/walt-disney-animation-studios-to-move-series-production-to-new-vancouver-location/ Walt Disney Imagineering has been named a Beat Workplace for Innovators by Fast Company for 2021. The title goes to companies that successfully foster cultures of innovation and encourage employees to discover, explore, and invent. Some of the stand out innovations that Imagineering has created include the Stuntronics at Avengers Campus, the gesture tracking on Web Slingers, the latest A-1000 model of animatronics, as seen in Galaxy's Edge, and more. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/08/fast-company-names-walt-disney-imagineering-a-best-workplace-for-innovators/ Discussion Topic: Chris from DisneyChris.com

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 1 | Nightbirde Leaves AGT @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 31:32


Steve Gregory- Molotov Cocktail found Metro.$6000 bottle of whisky.Nightbirde America's Got Talent.Street Race Murder.

Switched on Pop
Summer Hits: Jack Antonoff on Bleachers “Stop Making This Hurt”

Switched on Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 41:33


We've been wanting to speak with Jack Antonoff since we started Switched On Pop back in 2014. We've had countless hours of conversation sound tracked to his productions with artists like Taylor Swift, Lorde, Lana Del Ray starting in just our second episode. When we wrote a book about 21st century pop, we devoted a chapter to the song “We Are Young” by his band, Fun.   And so we're excited to finally sit down with him to hear about how he approaches his own work. He has a new album out with his band Bleachers called Take the Sadness out of Saturday Night. And for our series on Summer Hits, we wanted to start our conversation with Jack Antonoff about the song “Stop Making this Hurt.” Songs Discussed Bleachers - Chinatown (feat. Bruce Springsteen) Bleachers - How Dare You Want More Bleachers - Secret Life Bleachers - Stop Making This Hurt Bleachers - What'd I Do With All This Faith? Bruce Springsteen - Jungleland Dexys Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen Fleetwood Mac - Bleed to Love Her (Live at Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, CA 52397) Fleetwood Mac - Bleed to Love Her Lana Del Rey - Mariners Apartment Complex Television - 1880 Or So The Strokes - New York City Cops Tom Tom Club - Genius of Love Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices