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Best podcasts about Cantor

Latest podcast episodes about Cantor

Soul Searching
Episode: 83 Cantor Lianna Mendelson, Cantor-Educator of Temple Beth Shalom Santa Fe, NM

Soul Searching

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 29:00


Rabbi Neil talks to Cantor Lianna Mendelson, Cantor-Educator at Temple Beth Shalom in Santa Fe NM about a Cantor's role as a Jewish clergy person and connecting music to tradition and text.

305 Miami Deportes
Lo más reciente en el mundo del deporte

305 Miami Deportes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 26:15


En esta edición hablamos de todo un poco sobre lo sucedido recientemente en el mundo deportivo. Pau Gasol anunció su retiro oficial del baloncesto, mientras el legendario narrador Andrés Cantor fue exaltado al Salón de la Fama Nacional del Fútbol de Estados Unidos. El presidente ejecutivo de los Marlins, Derek Jeter, hace un balance de la temporada y habla de un proyecto futuro. Y el Miami Heat, con nuevas figuras, comenzó con su pretemporada. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Meditation and Mindfulness with Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 11:19


Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny fills in for Rabbi Adam Kligfled and offers up short bursts of meditation infused with the imagery, wisdom, and the rhythms of our Jewish calendar including selected verses from the Torah. Many of these meditations are performed in sitting positions; some standing. Simply find yourself a comfortable space and let Rabbi Chorny's voice and direction guide you into a world of serenity and tranquility.

The 2 Robbies
Special Guest: Andres Cantor

The 2 Robbies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 42:14


Robbie Earle is joined by Telemundo's lead play-by-play soccer commentator, Andres Cantor, ahead of the pair calling Manchester United v. Aston Villa on Peacock on Saturday, September 25th. The two discuss a wide array of topics including Andres' upbringing in Argentina, Diego Maradona, their involvement in the 1998 World Cup, Lionel Messi, Argentina's World Cup hopes, Cristiano Ronaldo, Marcelo Bielsa and Raul Jimenez.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Eu tava lá
HISTÓRIAS DE UM CANTOR DE HISTÓRIAS (com Bryan Behr) - Eu Tava Lá #184

Eu tava lá

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 52:27


Bryan Behr é cantor, compositor, artista plástico e um grande contador de histórias! Mais do que isso, ele é um cantor de histórias! Um cara que compõe muito baseado nas suas próprias vivências e experiências da vida. No Eu Tava Lá dessa semana, nos fala um pouco sobre seu trabalho, seus projetos e histórias que marcaram sua trajetória até aqui no mundo da música e das artes...

Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Meditation and Mindfulness with Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 13:59


Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny fills in for Rabbi Adam Kligfled and offers up short bursts of meditation infused with the imagery, wisdom, and the rhythms of our Jewish calendar including selected verses from the Torah. Many of these meditations are performed in sitting positions; some standing. Simply find yourself a comfortable space and let Rabbi Chorny's voice and direction guide you into a world of serenity and tranquility.

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
Justin Cantor Songs of Your Life

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 20:35


Justin Cantor @jeter211 returns to the podcast to share the “Songs of his life” 11 questions all answered by #springteen songs but you can only pick a song once.  Song I hate (I don't get) Song that I think is overrated  Song that is under appreciated Song that I love Song that you can listen to over and over again Song that made me fall in love with Bruce Song that changed my life Song that surprised me song that is a Guilty Pleasure Song I wish I had seen live Great Song to see live

Shabbat & Holiday Services by Cantor Glenn Sherman -Reform / Conservative
Kol Nidre-Yom Kippur-2021 - 5782 Cantor Glenn Sherman 1 hr 15 min

Shabbat & Holiday Services by Cantor Glenn Sherman -Reform / Conservative

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 73:02


Kol Nidre -5782- Cantor Glenn Sherman with:Neil DiamondBarbra StreisandPerry ComoEric ClaptonDudu FisherHazzan David FeuerLeonard CohenDebbie FriedmanPortnoy Brothers

Daily Success Strategies - Jeff Heggie Entrepreneur & Coach
374: Miracles & Fate on 78 with Ari Schonbrun - a 9/11 Story of Inspiration

Daily Success Strategies - Jeff Heggie Entrepreneur & Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 48:07


Jeff Heggie Daily Success Strategies https://jeffheggie.com/ https://jeffheggie.com/ConfidentAthlete https://mindset.jeffheggie.com/ Book: Miracles & Fate on 78 - a 9/11 Story of Inspiration https://amzn.to/3jOgev0 www.AriSchonbrun.com On September 11th, 2001, Ari Schonbrun went to his office at Cantor Fitzgerald – the Wall Street firm that occupied the top five floors of Tower One – and he happened to be on the 78th floor changing elevators when the first plane hit. In the midst of the smoke and chaos, Ari found a fellow employee who was terribly burned and who needed his help to walk her down 78 flights of stairs. Of the 662 Cantor employees on the upper floors in the World Trade Center that day, only four survived. Everyone else was killed. Why did they survive? Was it simply luck? Or was it something more? Ari believes that God was looking out for him that day. There were many large and small miracles and if there's anything that Ari does know it is how that day ended up being a day of rebirth. Before 9/11, Ari had been focused on the wrong things. All he cared about was his job. He didn't get it. He had lost sight of what matters most in life. After 9/11, Ari changed his life by putting his family first, by volunteering and giving back to the community, and by speaking to groups of people around the country. Ari has been sharing and retelling his story to audiences worldwide since that day, and after repeated requests and testimonials to the power of his message he decided to take the next step and write a book. Miracles and Fate on 78 reveals the power of creating meaningful connections to transcend the differences that often polarize and divide us from one another. A great and enduring reminder about what matters most in life 9/11 Never Forget

Viajando con Taiger ®
Ep. 37 Un Norcoreano nos visita Ft. Rubén Cantor ( Kim Kan - Rub ) Parte III Especial Corea del Norte

Viajando con Taiger ®

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 76:46


Mi querid@ Nakama! En la parte III de esta Trilogía, continuamos hablando aspectod referentes a Corea del Norte junto con información detallada de las actividades dentro del tour cuando se visita dicho país. Integramos a la vez las preguntas a nuestro invitado de parte de la Audiencia. Esperando hayan sido episodio lleno de epicidad, conocimiento y mayor empatía hacia nuestros hermanos norcoreanos que están sufriendo mucho por sus gobernantes. VIAJANDO CON TAIGER ▶️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBvpcwc7qUmq5buEfzGVxjQ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/taiger_vm/  

Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Rosh Hashanah Sermon by Rabbi-Cantor Hillary Chorny

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 5:52


Rabbi-Cantor Hillary Chorny's Rosh Hashanah sermon at Temple Beth Am, Los Angeles, on Wednesday, September 8, 2021. (YOUTUBE/ZOOM)

Os Cria
DJ PELÉ - OS CRIA PODCAST #026

Os Cria

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 39:12


********************  ASSINE O CANAL E DEIXE O LIKE ***********************Nesse episódio recebemos  DJ PELÉ, ele que já tocou com Bonde das Maravilhas e Nego do Borel, agora esta em carreira solo como Dj e Cantor.Acompanhe nossos programas todas as quintas às 19 horas no Spotify e YouTube.Instagram - www.instagram.com/djpeleeLink Youtube - https://youtu.be/pl8zFlwArAM--------------------------Seja também um CRIA participando do nosso programa de apoiadoresSEGUE LÁÁÁÁÁ...ANFITRIÕES: Gux - www.instagram.com/its_guxBiruleibe  - www.instagram.com/bernardo.carneirowww.instagram.com/oscriapodcastwww.instagram.com/borderlessstudioEsse podcast é uma produção BORDERLESS STUDIO

Fronteiras da Ciência
T12E27 - Para o infinito... e além!

Fronteiras da Ciência

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021


Dos paradoxos de Zenon sobre a impossibilidade do movimento, até o gênio de Cantor e seus infinitos infinitos, passando pelo sempre lotado Hotel de Hilbert, este é um episódio que definitivamente aponta "Para o infinito ... e além!". Os convidados do episódio são o Carlos Miraglia, professor de filosofia da UFPel e o Alexandre Baraviera, do Depto de Matemática da UFRGS, que conversam com a Carolina Brito e o Jeferson Arenzon, ambos do Departamento de Física da UFRGS. Produção e edição: Jeferson Arenzon Créditos da Imagem: Nico Greu, https://krita-artists.org/t/mathematician-georg-cantor/12659 e https://crish.fr/

Viajando con Taiger ®
Ep. 36 Un Norcoreano nos visita Ft. Rubén Cantor ( Kim Kan - Rub ) Parte II Especial Corea del Norte

Viajando con Taiger ®

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 74:20


Mis querid@s Nakamas! En esta Parte II sobre Corea del Norte, nos acompaña nuestro siguiente invitado, Rubén Cantor, quien escribió una novela sobre Norcorea en referencia con lo relevante que hay en dicho país para conocer más al respecto. VIAJANDO CON TAIGER ▶️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBvpcwc7qUmq5buEfzGVxjQ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/taiger_vm/

CBIA BizCast
West Hartford's ‘Fast and Furious' Pandemic Response

CBIA BizCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 27:30


CBIA BizCast host Ali Warshavsky speaks with West Hartford Mayor Shari Cantor and economic development director Kristen Gorski about their efforts to keep the town's business districts thriving during the pandemic. Cantor said her team was very proactive during the height of the pandemic, including purchasing and installing jersey barriers to create outdoor spaces for restaurants. “We were one of the first communities in the state to expand outdoor dining and that was a real quick expansion,” Cantor said. Gorski said communication between the town's 4,000-plus employers was key to letting businesses know what state and federal relief dollars were available. “What we did was very fast and furious to try and update our businesses through those email communications in live time,” Gorski said. “As many people will remember, it was information coming out quickly and it was important to get it to the businesses so they had the best chance to be successful as possible.” Hear more from Cantor and other lawmakers at CBIA's The Connecticut Economy conference September 30. Please rate, review, and subscribe to the BizCast wherever you get your podcasts—we appreciate your support! If you have a story to tell, contact Ali Warshavsky.

Yanghaiying
Reflection at Stanford cantor art center - from chaos to void in front of the jackson pullock and ma

Yanghaiying

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 12:24


Reflection at Stanford cantor art center - from chaos to void in front of the jackson pullock and mark Rothko --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haiying-yang/support

Who The Folk?! Podcast
Cantor Ben Tisser

Who The Folk?! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 43:09


This week I sit down with Cantor Ben Tisser, the newest clergy member at Beth El Synagogue. We talk about taking over from the venerable Audrey Abrams, starting High Holiday preparations months before moving to town, and blending his tunes with Beth El traditions, on this week's Who The Folk?! Podcast.https://www.besyn.org/high-holy-days/https://bentisser.com

Madlik Podcast – Torah Thoughts on Judaism From a Post-Orthodox Jew

Parshat Ki Teitzei - When was the last time you listened to the lyrics, poetry and sounds of the mitzvot? Join Geoffrey Stern, Rabbi Adam Mintz and special guest poet, Haim Nachman Bialik in a live recording of our weekly disruptive Torah on Clubhouse.  We are told that there never was nor never will be a case of the Biblical Rebellious Son and that we are simply to be rewarded for its study. We explore how all of the commandments provide similar rewards for those willing to listen to their lyrical nature. Sefaria Source Sheet: www.sefaria.org/sheets/342083 Transcript: Geoffrey Stern  Madlik is weekly disruptive Torah on clubhouse. But we record every week. And we then publish as a podcast. And we're available on all of the major podcast platforms. And you are welcome to give us a few stars and give us a review. And this week, I want to thank our faithful listener Bob, for doing just that giving us some stars, five stars, you can't get better than that, and a beautiful review. So thank you, Bob. And I invite all of you even if you've been on the clubhouse, to check out Madlik on your favorite podcast platform, and give us a review and a few stars and thank you for that. So this week, the name of the Parsha is Ki Teitzei  and as Rabbi Adam said in the introduction, it has more commandments more Halachot and mitzvot than any other parsha. And I am only going to focus on one Halacha and it might be considered the most unique Halacha in the Torah and before I tell you why it's unique. Let me read it to you. It's called Ben sorer u'morer otherwise known as the Rebellious Son, and it goes as follows in Deuteronomy 21. "If a man has a wayward and defiant son, who does not heed his father or mother and does not obey them, even after they discipline him, his father and mother shall take hold of him and bring him out to the elders of his town at the public place of his community. They shall say to the elders of his town, this son of ours is disloyal and defiant. He does not heed us. He is a glutton and a drunkard, thereupon the men of his town shall stone him to death. Thus you will sweep out evil from your midst, all Israel will hear and be afraid." Boy, that's a powerful one, especially this week when we are reading about the Taliban. It certainly brings parallel to a very fundamentalist strict notion of the law and how one keeps people observant. So why is this unique? It's unique because the Talmud in Sanhedrin says that there has never been, and there will never be a ben sorer u'morer; a rebellious son, it was given to us this halacha, this law, this practical injunction was given to us so that we made "darosh umekabel schar" we may expound and receive reward. So first of all, Rabbi, is this a mainstream opinion? Or is this a unique opinion? And what's at issue here?   Adam Mintz  So, first of all, it's a great topic. I mean, there's nothing like ben sorer u'morer. The idea that you have a wayward son, and that you put him to death, actually, before he commits any crime, because better he should die innocent than die guilty. That the first point which is amazing. But the second point is that it never happened. And the reason we studied isDrosh vekabel schar, which really I would translate to mean, let's learn a lesson from it. What lessons can you learn from how you handle a rebellious son? But it happens to be Geoffrey that if you go on in that Gemora, the opinion of Robbie Yochanan, who was a rabbi who lived in Israel in Tiberius, around the year 400, he says, quote, "ani rei'iti" I saw a wayward son in my life, "veyashavti al kivro". And I sat on his grave, meaning it did happen. And he was punished. So actually, there were two opinions. I don't know which opinion is more prevalent. But there were two opinions. One opinion is it never happened.... And one opinion is yes it happened, and I saw it with my own eyes, and I sat on his grave. And I thought we were going to talk about what are those two opinions.  They're so different in their views? One opinion is that it never happened. The other opinion is I saw it and I sat on his grave, how do you come two such different opinions?   Geoffrey Stern  Well, and that also begs the question of what does it mean to "sit on his grave"? Did he sit on his grave and cry? So the question then becomes this that we say, "never happened and never will happen? Is that descriptive or is it prescriptive? Is it to say it never should happen. And it reminds me of the Mishnah actually in Makkot that literally talks about the death penalty in general. And you know, those of you who have read the Old Testament, the Hebrew Bible know that it is full of Mot Yamut "Die you shall certainly die". But this is what the Mishnah says in Sanhedrin. "It says the Sanhedrin that executes someone once in seven years, is characterized as a destructive tribunal. Rabbi Eliezer b. Azaria says, once in 70 years, Rabbi Tarfon and Rabbi Akiva say, if we had been members of the Sanhedrin, we would have conducted trials in a manner whereby no person would have ever been executed." So here too I don't know whether the Talmud that you quote, which is beautiful, about the rabbi who said he actually saw a ben sorer u'morer whether that is distinct from or an agreement with, because of the fact that he sat on his grave. And at least in my mind, I think he cried.   Adam Mintz  Good. I liked that a lot. Now, of course, the question of whether or not they ever actually carried out the death penalty is the same debate that we have in 2021. whether or not we're in favor of death penalties. And basically, what the rabbis say is that we don't want to actually carry out the death penalty. But we want you to think that if you violate Shabbat, you deserve to get the death penalty, we're not going to kill you. Because that's not what we do, because that is counterproductive to kill you. We want to try to rehabilitate you. But the idea is that we have the death penalty on the books. And maybe that's what Rabbi Yohanan says, I saw, I sat on his grave, I cried. It really happened. Or maybe it didn't really happen. The point is that we need to know that we need to rehabilitate those kinds of children.   Geoffrey Stern  So so far, we've really discussed, I would say, black and white, life or death. But in this parsha that you so aptly said, contains so many laws, many of the laws refer to personal status. And the one word that I think, puts shudders down, anyone who follows Jewish laws of identity is the word bastard or Mamzir. And that occurs in Deuteronomy 23. And basically, it says that someone who is a Mamzir, and that we'll describe in a second, cannot enter into the congregation, even to the 10th generation. And it is as close to a social death sentence as you can get. And just as you brought up the death penalty is something that reflects on a current discussion, it's a very heated area of debate, even till today, in Israel, this law of status where a child is born, and maybe the parents didn't get a proper divorce and had a child and the child is then called a Mamzir. Again, it is something that there are many, many people that look at and say, well, it's a law, it's on the books, and it has to be enforced. And of course, like anything that relates to power, there's the potential for it to be misused. And in the in the source papers that I shared with you, Rabbi, I had heard many years back and I think it was in a lecture by Rabbi Riskin, the colloquialism or the phrase Ain Mamzerim B'Yisrael"  that there are no bastards in Israel. And what was meant by that was that any Rabbi worth his or her salt would find a way, some way, any way to make sure that this law was really in the same category as the rebellious son in the sense that it might be on the books, but it never was put into practice. Have you heard this notion of "Eyn Mazmzerim B'Yisrael" and even if you haven't, does that resonate with you in terms of Jewish learning?   Adam Mintz  Geoffrey, that I heard that phrase "Eyn Mazmzerim B'Yisrael" from the same source you did: Rabbi Riskin and when you asked me earlier this week, to find the source, so I was able to do something that we weren't able to do in the early Rabbi Riskin days. And that is I googled it to see where'd Rabbi Riskin come up with it. And, you know, he's very creative and very good Rabbi Riskin, but I couldn't find it anywhere. So I think that the explanation that you gave is really right on the mark, what Rabbi Riskin was telling us  "Eyn Mazmzerim B'Yisrael" It's not a comment about sexual relations between man and woman and whether they got divorced or whether they didn't get divorced, or all of that. Nothing to do with any of that. What it has to do with is about the rabbis, Are the rabbis willing to be creative and courageous enough to always find a way to get people not to be called Mamzerim. I think that's a very, very important voice. And what Rabbi Riskin was saying was exactly like you said, if you're worth your salt, you can figure out how not to have someone be a Mamzer. And that's exactly the same idea. As if you're worth your salt, you're going to make sure that there's no such thing as a Ben Sorer u'morer and maybe Geoffrey, that even follows to the other opinion. "I saw a Ben Sorer u'morer" , and I sat on his grave, and I cried because I wasn't able or the rabbi's weren't able to get him out of that status. And that's a tragedy, because "Eyn Mazmzerim B'Yisrael", the rabbi's need to have the ability, the creativity, the courage to get these people out of that situation.   Geoffrey Stern  And I would like to interject a personal story an account that I have that puts some meat on this concept of if you are worth your salt. I have a friend a roommate from yeshiva came from a town. Norwich Connecticut, his father was the Orthodox Rabbi there. And about 15 years ago, he was living in Israel, he came to see me and I said, Well, what are you up to? He says, Well, I'm going to Norwich, Connecticut. And I'm going to make a marriage improper to disallow a marriage. And he explained to me, and this is just I think, interesting. So we can all understand how these things work. A student showed up to the yeshiva, and his parents had been remarried. And his mother's first marriage was in Norwich, Connecticut. And he had not gotten an orthodox divorce. So my friend Shmuel was going back to his hometown, and he found people who knew one of the witnesses for that first wedding. And he wanted to invalidate the marriage by invalidating the witness... And he would ask, Well, did he ever gamble? Did you ever see him playing cards, and he would find some way that would make the first marriage nullified. And again, you have to do what you have to do. And the Halacha is something that can be and seem very splitting of hairs, full of minutia and technical, but in a sense, what he was doing was full of humanity. And the challenge, of course, is there aren't enough rabbis who have the learning, who are dedicated to doing it for not only a student that shows up at the Yeshiva, but for any Jew. And that's and that's really the challenge.   Adam Mintz  Well, Rabbi Riskin would love that story. Because"Eyn Mazmzerim B'Yisrael", your friend had the courage to make sure that this child was not going to be called a Mamzir.   Geoffrey Stern  We could spend probably the rest of the half hour just talking about how maybe Judaism, or laws that seem more rigid or dated or even Taliban-like, have been nullified and changed. And that would be a perfectly good use of our time. But I want to take the discussion in a totally different direction. Because I am intrigued by the fact that the rabbis said that this Halacha of the rebellious son was there only for us to discuss and learn. And it seems to me that there's an aspect of what some consider the dry halakhah or the daily practice of the Jew, that we all need to listen to, that it is a language in and of itself, looking at the Halacha at Jewish observance, as a language more than even a religion or a code. And every Shabbat when I say my prayers, there's one verse that I say after the Shema, that I think of in this regard, and it says Ashrei Ha'Ish Shyishma l'mitzvotecha"  "Happy is the person who listens to the commandments". And what I want to do for the balance is to explore not only capital punishment and not only questions of status and these earth-shattering laws, but potentially how every one of the Jewish traditions and customs can be looked at in a whole new way. And we're given a license by this kind of takeaway, throwaway comment of the rabbi's to look at the whole corpus of Jewish observance as a lyric as a language as something that we can smile to, dance to, struggle with, but interact with in the way that we do maybe with a poem.   Adam Mintz  Okay, great.   Geoffrey Stern  So I'm inviting a third player to our to our panel today. Unfortunately, he's not alive, but his name is Haim Nachman Bialik. And he was considered the national poet of Israel. He actually made Aliyah, lived in Israel, but he died in the 20s before the state. But what you might not know about him is that he started as a very observant Jew, he went to the Yeshiva in Velozhin. And he actually went there. So his grandfather would think that he was studying and then he went, and he became the great poet that he was. And he saw in the paper that they closed the Yeshiva in Velozhin, and so he had to rush home because he knew his grandfather would know that he wasn't at the Yeshiva so to speak. But he in his later days, when he was no longer observant, wrote a three-volume tome on the Aggadah. And the Aggadah is the legends of the Jews. The Aggadah is always contrasted to the halakhah. There's the law and there's the fable, there's the practice, and there's the narrative and the stories. So you would expect that someone like him, would really be a major fan of the legends of the Jews, and not so much for the Halacha. But he has an article that he wrote called the Halacha and Aggadah, and in the source feet, if you if you go to the podcast when it issues early in the week, you'll see the source sheet there. I have the full text in both English and Hebrew, and it's worth reading. It's very lyrical, but in it, he actually makes an argument that the Halacha is as much a song, a poem a lyric as anything else. So with your permission, I'm going to read a little bit and then I welcome all of us to to kind of discuss, he says "halakhah and Aggadah the law and the legends are two things which are really one two sides of a single shield. The relation between them is like that of speech to thought and emotion or the action and sensible form to speech. Halacha is the crystallization the ultimate and inevitable quintessence of the Aggadah legend. The legend is the content of Halacha. The legend is the plaintive voice of the heart's yearning as it wings its way to its Haven, Halacha is the resting place where for a moment the yearning is satisfied and stilled. As a dream seeks its fulfillment in interpretation, as will in action as thought in speech as fruit. So Aggadah in Halacha. But in the heart of the ruit, there lies hidden the seed from which a new flower will grow. The Halacha which is sublimated into a symbol and much Halacha there is, as we shall find becomes the mother of a new Aggadah, a new legend, which may be like it or unlike it, a living and healthy law is a legend that has been or will be. And the reverse is true. Also, the two are one in their beginning and their end." So it's really so lyrical. And I had to read it in his words because he is a poet. But here was a man who literally and we'll see he gives some concrete examples of how he saw the song in the minutiae of the law. Does this resonate with any of you in terms of the music in Jewish custom and activity?   Adam Mintz  I think what he's telling you is that Halacha means the way we live. The minute you describe the way we live, all of a sudden, that's a legend. All of a sudden, that's a story. That's the tradition. Everything in this week's parsha...  all these 77 laws are part of the way we live. If it's the way we live, it's a legend. This week's parsha tells us if you get divorced, you have to write a get (divorce document) if you get married, you go through the formalities of a marriage ceremony of a Chuppah? Those aren't laws, those are legends. So it's the stories, how many stories have come out of those two laws? And he can't distinguish between the two? Is it a law? Is it a legend? Is it a legend? And is it a law. And the truth of the matter is that the law leads to the legend. And then the legend leads right back to the law. I feel exactly what he says.   Geoffrey Stern  So I was thinking of this, when a week or two ago, we discussed vegetarianism. And this whole concept of eating meat Basar Ta'aiva" (meat of desire), only on special occasions. And again I was struggling with the fact that so much in the Bible seems to lean towards vegetarianism. And I was wondering, where does it bear itself out? Where does it come through? And then I started thinking of all the laws that I've studied whether it's for Hanukkah, whether it's for Shabbat, of if you have limited resources, what do you spend it on? If it's on Shabbat? Do you use the money that you have for the candle for the wine for the meat? And it seemed to me that again, this was looking at the life of the Jew. And you really understood then, in ways that you and I never could, what Baser Ta'aiva"  what the meat of desire... that moment of when every pintela Jew, every poor little peasant could feel something and it was that treat, not a part of everyday life. So to me that was an example of where the minutiae of the Halacha that might be dealing with something very monotone and trivial, actually bore within it, a whole weltanschauung of the Jewish people and their relationship, to poverty, to spirit to a little treat once in a while. And to me, it was the answer. I really felt that in my heart that no, our tradition has spoken about the place of eating meat at special times at Holy times. And it's spoken loud and clear, even if I don't find one piece of prose, or one piece of narrative that directly touches upon it.   Adam Mintz  I think that's a beautiful example. I mean, I think right off the mark, poetry and prose, narrative and law. What he's saying is, those are just words, really, they merge into one entity, and that's really Jewish life.   Geoffrey Stern  So I'll give one more example that he brings. And he talks about a law of carrying on Shabbat... you're not allowed to carry in a public domain. And it says, a man may not go out on the Shabbat with a sword or a bow or a shield or a club or a spear. Rab Eliezer says, they are ornaments, and therefore may be worn. But the sages say they are only a disgrace, as it is said, and they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore. Here we have, and this is Bialik. Here we have ideas about beauty and ugliness in dress-and whence are they taken? From the words of the sweet singer and the great seer. And in what connection? In connection with carrying on the Sabbath. So again, what he's saying is that in these minutia, if we listen to the commandments, .... and let's not neglect to say that there's no question that Judaism is an orthopraxy it's correct practice more than an orthodoxy correct belief. And so much of what we do is dictated by how we do it and what we do but in that seems to me to be just a beautiful song. And I think that's the flip side of saying that some laws are just written on the book. They're just for us to study. And actually, isn't that what we do on Madlik?   Adam Mintz  That's right. I mean, it's hard, though, Geoffrey to know how you distinguish between the different kinds of laws?   Geoffrey Stern  Well, absolutely. But I would argue that really, we should not relegate this to different laws, but that every law has this element within it. And that's, I think, what my big takeaway is. Bialik goes on to say, he says, "not all laws, Halachot are equal or are the same and unproductive. Another bears fruit and fruit that reproduces itself. one is like an empty vessel that is put away in a corner till it is wanted. Another is like a vessel that is uninterrupted use, always being emptied and filled again with something new." So I think what we do is we look through our narrative to find practices that have fallen into disuse, or misunderstood or taken in one direction. And we have the license to take it in a totally new direction. Lately, I've been very stiff. And I've been doing a lot of yoga. You know, many of the yoga teachers give you a thought to think about and give you a practice to aim for. And I just thought wouldn't it be magnificent to combine yoga and Tefilla, I want to call it yogafilla. The idea is to take the bowing that we do already in the tefilla. It's there, ... When we are thankful we say "modeem anachnu Lach" and we bend our knees and our knees are "berchayim", which is the same word for "bracha" to bless. So I'm just saying this is kind of little things that have come up in my past week, where I look at the Halacha, I look at the practice at the minhag. And I'm saying these are vessels that might have been emptied. But they're there for us to fill up.   Adam Mintz  I think that's right, first of all, tell you that I think there's a synagogue on the west side, Romamu where they have yoga on Saturday morning, followed by tefilla, so come to the west side. And you can do yoga and tefilla.  But the idea is really exactly right. And I think that's the idea that the law, what you sometimes think of ..... you needed to relax. So you're doing yoga. And what Bialik would say is no follow the Halacha. Because even though the Halacha feels rigid, but actually the Halacha gives us the ability to play out that narrative, and to live our lives in a special way. Jessica, you asked to come up?   Jessica  Oh, I just wanted to quickly say that the Cantor from Romamu is here on Fire Island. And she's amazing. So that's all thanks. I   Adam Mintz  Send her our regards and tell her she got a shout out on Madlik this afternoon.   Jessica  I will do that. Thank you.   Adam Mintz  So Geoffrey, the ability and the choice of Bialik's poem this week, when the Parsha  is so filled with laws. I think it's so special, and really gives us something to think about. We started today with ben sorer u'morer and whether or not that really happened. And we go from there to the question about generally, about what the role is of law within the halakhic system. And Bialik really gives us kind of a poetic view of what law is all about. And I think we can use that in ben sorer u'morer, and we can use it in so many other places.   Geoffrey Stern  I totally agree. And if you haven't sensed from the tone of my voice, I discovered Bialik recently, but it's so personal with me. He has a poem that he calls "Before the Book Closet". And it was written while the secular Jew was spending three years aggregating all of the Aggadot and it's coming back to the Beit Midrash, to the study hall. And he says "Do you still know me? I am so and so. Only you alone knew my youth. You were my garden, I learned to hide in your scrolls." And then at the end of the poem, he says, "and now after the change of time, so my wheel of life has brought me back and stood me once again before you hiders of the closet, and once more my hand turns among your scrolls and my eye gropes tired among verses." And so with me, I studied Torah in my youth. And when I study Torah at this stage in my life, it is revisiting my youth and I am trying to see if I have that relationship. But I would argue that all of us studied our texts when we were young. And we need to find ourselves and to see if we are recognized once again in those texts. And that is, I think, the invitation that the rabbi's give us about the ben sorer u'morer.. . And the last thing that I will say is, you know, Bialik, was a rebellious son. He was told by the head of the Velozhin Yeshiva as he left, just don't write anything bad about us. But the truth is, we are all also rebellious sons, even though the rebellious son doesn't exist and if we aren't, maybe we should be, but we have to rediscover ourselves and rediscover the mystery and the magic of our ancient texts. And with that, I bid you all Shabbat Shalom.   Adam Mintz  Shabbat Shalom, Geoffrey. That was an amazing discussion today and Bialik was beautiful as he always is, and  ben sorer u'morer. Shabbat Shalom to everybody. Enjoy and we look forward to seeing everybody next week. Be well, Shabbat Shalom,   Geoffrey Stern  Shabbat Shalom.

Boletim Folha
PF faz buscas em endereços do cantor Sérgio Reis e de deputado bolsonarista

Boletim Folha

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 5:40


Bolsonaro entra com ação no STF para barrar abertura de investigações sem aval da PGR. E Rodrigo Maia vira secretário do governo Doria e declara apoio ao tucano em 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Podcasts – Jewish Sacred Aging
Cantor Ben Kintisch Discusses “Life Review – The Hospice Musical”

Podcasts – Jewish Sacred Aging

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 36:26


Cantor Ben Kintisch discusses his musical, "Life Review - The Hospice Musical." [Read more...] The post Cantor Ben Kintisch Discusses “Life Review – The Hospice Musical” appeared first on .

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Justin Cantor @jeter211 loves Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's music.  He joins Jesse in today's episode to share that love.  Find us here: Twitter  @Setlustingbruce @JesseJacksonDFWInstagram: Setlustingbruce Facebook: facebook.com/SetLustingBruce Email: Setlustingbruce@gmail.comListen and subscribe to us in Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!

Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Meditation and Mindfulness with Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 14:13


Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny fills in for Rabbi Adam Kligfled and offers up short bursts of meditation infused with the imagery, wisdom, and the rhythms of our Jewish calendar including selected verses from the Torah. Many of these meditations are performed in sitting positions; some standing. Simply find yourself a comfortable space and let Rabbi Chorny's voice and direction guide you into a world of serenity and tranquility.

We Speak English Good
Episode 351 - Lucas Cantor (Emmy Winning Composer)

We Speak English Good

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 137:32


On this episode of WSEG, we talk to LA based Composer, Podcaster, and Speaker, Lucas Cantor. We talk about the direction of A.I. and creativity, winning Emmys for his musical contributions to the Olympics, and we talk about Lucas' podcast, Book Society", were he discusses a new book each week with a distinguished guest. Find the video version of this podcast HERE: https://youtu.be/DnkN8nK6pEY Find Lucas: https://www.lucascantormusic.com/ Find Lucas' podcast "Book Society" https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/book-society/id1565589623?i=1000520672348 Find our Sponsor Model Studios: https://modedstudios.com/ Find Reina Mystique: https://www.reinamystique.com/ Help support the show and Check Out Our Fresh A$$ Merch Store: https://wespeakenglishgood.threadless.com/ Commpose yourself and write the show: wespeakenglishgood @ gmail . com Find Us On Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/wespeakenglishgood/ https://www.facebook.com/wespeakenglishgood/ https://twitter.com/wsegpodcast https://www.twitch.tv/wespeakenglishgood https://discord.com/invite/m6NTJx  https://www.tiktok.com/@wespeakenglishgood Find us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WeSpeakEnglishGood www.wespeakenglishgood.com

Best.Podcast.Ever.
Consistent to the Core - Michael Cantor - Episode 11

Best.Podcast.Ever.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 31:39


Trust in your partners is essential to promote a healthy and productive work environment. Michael Cantor, Managing Director of Allegro Real Estate Brokers & Advisors, shares how the cultural fit for his company was failing due to conflicting core values between his partners. In this episode, Michael discusses the transition into a team-oriented business that values putting clients first.  Takeaways:   Ensure that your core values and purpose match with your partners'. This avoids conflicts of interest and allows goals to be achieved efficiently.  Corporate culture is key in professional services environments. It is important for employees to be excited to serve customers, and steer away from being money-oriented.  You need to have employees that are growing with you and developing to help clients. If your cultural values do not align with your partners, adjust your business to what is best for your company. Michael and his team used their power to remove two untrustworthy partners who were primarily focused on money and activity. Put clients first, do it right, be dependable, and always improve. These are the core values that Michael's company shares that brought the business to success.  Evaluate employees based on the core values of the company. This ensures that everyone in the company is heading in the same direction. Links:   Website: https://www.allegrorealty.com/  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelcantor/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/michaellcantor Ways to Tune In   iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ceo-confidential/id1197044116 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2v6qyhzcD7Mk2yqhyobnRy Pod Chaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/ceo-confidential-429926 Listen Notes - https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/ceo-confidential-nelly-g-5Ia1-WzKHnF/ YouTube - https://youtu.be/ph5v8D19juM

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia

(Día Provincial de la Copla en Salta, Argentina) Era ese Serapio Suárez mozo de buena opinión: largucho y tirando a rubio, guitarrero y chacotón. . . . . . . . . . . Chaqueta gris, media bota, negros chambergo y bombacha; si golilla azul le pongo, ya está completa su facha. . . . . . . . . . . Libre y sin renta ni oficio, y honrado a carta cabal, llevaba él a un mismo temple pecho, guitarra y puñal. Aunque el buen genio le daba menos años, para mí andaría en treinta y cinco cuando yo lo conocí. . . . . . . . . . . Ahora han de querer ustedes, pues de juro les extraña, saber cómo se avenía sin renta, oficio ni maña. Pues les diré, aunque parezca poca cosa para tanto, que todo eso lo agenciaba con la guitarra y el canto. Cierto es que también solía sacar su buena ventaja de la tabla y las carreras, las riñas y la baraja. Mas quien al juego se arriesga sabe lo que dura un gozo, y el hombre a veces quedaba peladito hasta el carozo. Entonces a las clavillas echaba mano otra vez, y se iba rodando tierras a remediar su escasez. Y de nuevo amadrinaba la fortuna a su cencerro, cantando por esos pagos las coplas de Martín Fierro. De memoria las sabía recitar a pierna suelta. Yo le oí una vez, señores, por junto la ida y la vuelta. . . . . . . . . . . Sólo a la guitarra, nadie la vio separada de él. Decía que no se casaba por temor de serle infiel. . . . . . . . . . . Nunca se hacía rogar ni estaba de mala luna. Pulsaba en los cinco temples sin dificultad alguna. . . . . . . . . . . Y mientras iba afinando le pidieron para oír aquella historia de Fierro que acababa de salir. Cortó un rasgueo de golpe y, componiéndose el pecho, preguntó cómo querían, si por falso o por derecho. A su gusto lo dejaron, según era más prudente. Y en respetuoso silencio fue arrimándose la gente. . . . . . . . . . . Y en la cifra bordoneada, con varonil entereza nos iba contando Fierro su alegría y su tristeza. Y se encrespaba el sonoro borbollón de la risada en las barbas de los viejos como espuma alborotada. Y los mozos aprendían de aquel varón campesino cómo ha de portarse el hombre contra el rigor del Destino....1 Una de las razones por las que este poema titulado «El cantor» nos llega al corazón es que su autor, el escritor argentino Leopoldo Lugones, lo vivió en carne propia. En su obra El payador, Lugones lo da a conocer como sigue: «Había en la entonces remota comarca de Sumampa... un mozo llamado Serapio Suárez que se ganaba la vida recitando el Martín Fierro en los ranchos y en las aldeas. Vivía feliz y no tenía otro oficio.... Recuerdo haberme pasado las horas oyendo con admiración devota a aquel instintivo comunicador de belleza.»2 Más vale que, así como Lugones mismo fue uno de los mozos que aprendió de aquel cantor campesino cómo hacerles frente a las malas situaciones que nos depara la vida, determinemos también nosotros poder decir junto con el apóstol Pablo: «He aprendido a vivir en toda clase de circunstancias... ya sea que tenga de todo o que no tenga nada. Cristo me da fuerzas para enfrentarme a toda clase de situaciones.»3 Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 Leopoldo Lugones, «El cantor», Poemas solariegos (1927), en El payador y antología de poesía y prosa (Caracas: Fundación Biblioteca Ayacucho, 1979), pp. 369-76. 2 Ibíd., «La poesía gaucha», p. 67. 3 Fil 4:12-13 (TLA)

PiCast
Notas del Alma Indígena

PiCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 24:30


Cuatro poemas del "Cantor de América," Don José Santos Chocano, interpretados por John Manuel Kennedy Traverso. I - Otra Vez Será... II - ¡Quién Sabe! III - Ahí No Más.... IV - Así Será... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john-kennedy98/message

Drinking and Drashing: Torah with a Twist
Ep. 38 - Shof'tim with Yochi Rappeport

Drinking and Drashing: Torah with a Twist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 54:54


Founded in December 1988, at the first International Jewish Feminist Conference in Jerusalem, Nashot HaKotel/Women of the Wall has been fighting, advocating, and protesting for equality for all sects and genders at one of Judaism's holiest sites, the Western Wall, for over 30 years. For Parashat Shof'tim, we are thrilled to welcome Yochi Rappeport, the executive director of Women of the Wall. This Torah portion revolves around the pursuit of justice, and we can think of no greater example than that of this remarkable organization. To continue the conversation: Women of the Wall's website: https://WomenoftheWall.org.il Women of the Wall's Facebook https://facebook.com/WomenoftheWall Women of the Wall's Twitter: @WomenoftheWall Women of the Wall's Instagram: @WomenoftheWall Cantor Tamar Havilio's email: Cantor.Havilio@BetShalom.org Cantor Havilio's congregation: BetShalom.org Find us on social media: Facebook: @DrinkingandDrashing Instagram: @DrinkingandDrashing Show the love with some Drinking and Drashing: Torah with a Twist merchandise at store.drinkinganddrashing.com, and don't forget to subscribe and give us a rating on Apple Podcasts—it's a great way to help our show grow! Edited by Kate Griffin

Women Rabbis Talk
Episode 2.10: Talkin' about Foster Care & Adoption with Rabbi Cantor Raina Siroty

Women Rabbis Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 70:21


In our latest episode, Rabbi Emma Gottlieb and Rabbi Marci Bellows welcome guest Rabbi Cantor Raina Siroty (yes, she was actually fully ordained with both titles! Whoa!). Raina talks with us about the true Mitzvah of Foster Care as well as adoption of children in need of families. She is a superstar of a clergy person and a mom, and we really enjoyed talking with her. Bonus: she ends the episode by blessing ALL of us.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/womenrabbispodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/womenrabbispodcast/support

Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Meditation and Mindfulness with Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 8:55


Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny fills in for Rabbi Adam Kligfled and offers up short bursts of meditation infused with the imagery, wisdom, and the rhythms of our Jewish calendar including selected verses from the Torah. Many of these meditations are performed in sitting positions; some standing. Simply find yourself a comfortable space and let Rabbi Chorny's voice and direction guide you into a world of serenity and tranquility.

Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Meditation and Mindfulness with Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 11:42


Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny fills in for Rabbi Adam Kligfled and offers up short bursts of meditation infused with the imagery, wisdom, and the rhythms of our Jewish calendar including selected verses from the Torah. Many of these meditations are performed in sitting positions; some standing. Simply find yourself a comfortable space and let Rabbi Chorny's voice and direction guide you into a world of serenity and tranquility.

Punky Power: An Unofficial Punky Brewster Podcast and Together, We're Gonna Find Our Way:  An Unofficial Silver spoons Podcas

Hey Everyone, Angela Bowen here, bringing you a bonus episode of the books I've read so far in 2021. There are a lot of middle grade books, but also young adult, and adult fiction. Here are the books I've read between January - June 2021: The Lost Letter by: Cantor, Jillian The Only Black Girls in Town by: Brandy Colbert Sparrow by: Sarah Moon Alone by: Megan E. Freeman The Sea in Winter by: Christine Day Something to Say by: Lisa Ramee The Paper Girl of Paris by: Jordan Taylor Finding Perfect by; Elly Swartz Becoming Muhammad Ali by: James Patterson Take Back the Block by: Chrystal D. Giles Tune It Out by: Jamie Sumner Angel of Greenwood by: Randi Pink This Is Not the Jess Show by: Anna Carey Sit! Stay! Speak! by: Annie England Noblin Surviving Savannah by: Patti Callahan Starfish by: Lisa Fipps Night on Fire by: Ronald Kidd Meow or Never: A Wish Novel by: Jazz Taylor The Thing with Feathers by: McCall Hoyle Meet the Sky by: McCall Hoyle The Best Worst Summer by: Elizabeth Eulberg Rescue at Lake Wild by: Terry Lynn Johnson When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Peach Pie by: Erin Soderburg Downing A Matter of Days by: Amber Kizer What Comes Next by: Rob Buyea After the Worst Thing Happens by: Audrey Vernick Almost Flying by: Jake Maia Arlow I will cover PART 2 in December. I hope you all enjoy the book recommendations. Have a great week! To EMAIL The Podcast Go To: omhcfhfhpodcast@gmail.com

The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
Jillian Cantor – Marie Curie Re-Imagined

The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 32:42


Jillian Cantor is a USA Today bestselling author whose latest book, Half Life, puts double Nobel Peace Prize winning physicist Marie Curie on a “what if” path of life, tracking two very different options she could have taken, and examining the outcome of both. Hi there, I'm your host Jenny Wheeler, and in today's Binge Reading Jillian talks about the movie that inspired Half Life, how Madame Curie's scientific papers are still held in a lead box because of their high levels of radiation, and how she is re-telling F. Scott Fitzgerald's masterpiece, The Great Gatsby, from the point of view of the female characters. We've got three E book copies of Half Life to give away to three lucky readers in our Armchair Traveler Giveaway. Don't forget to Enter the Draw to win. ENTER THE DRAW But before we get to Jillian, just a reminder. If you enjoy the show, consider supporting us on Patreon. For the cost of a cup of coffee a month, you will receive bonus news of more great books and their authors, as well as having the satisfaction of knowing you're supporting our creative team in producing new and exciting content. Check it out at www.patreon.com/thejoysofbingereading.com Six things you'll learn from this Joys of Binge Reading episode: The movie behind Half LifeTriumph and tragedy in Marie Curie's lifeThe secret life that became front page news.The daughter that rejected science as a careerWhy strong women appealThe lure of Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby Where to find Jillian Cantor Website: https://www.jilliancantor.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jilliancantor/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SarahPennerAuthor/ Twitter: @JillianCantor Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1651861.Jillian_Cantor What follows is a "near as" transcript of our conversation, not word for word but pretty close to it, with links to important mentions. But now, here's Jillian. Jenny Wheeler: Hello there Jillian, and welcome to the show. It's great to have you with us. Jillian Cantor - USA Today best-selling author. Jillian Cantor: Thanks for having me. It's great to be here. Jenny Wheeler: You are a USA Today bestselling author, you have got 11 international books for adults and teens to your credit,and your latest book is Half Life. It's based on the story of the Nobel Prize winning scientist, Marie Curie, and it is an Amazon Pick Of The Month, Best Book of the Month in Literature and Fiction for March 2021. You have got yourself in a great position, haven't you? Jillian Cantor: Yes, thank you. I was really excited that Amazon chose it. Jenny Wheeler: It is not the first book you've had chosen as an Amazon pick either, so it's a feather in your cap. Jillian Cantor: Yes, it's great. It is always exciting to see someone choose the book and support it and have some love for it. It was very exciting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Da-Mizk86AE Jenny Wheeler: Half Life is a lovely parallel story, giving two versions of the life of the pioneering physicist, Marie Curie. You have said it was partly inspired by the movie Sliding Doors, a Gwyneth Paltrow movie from the late 1990s, where the character is shown having a contrasting and different life, depending on one key event, whether she made a train on time or whether she missed the train. Tell us about how that inspired you. Temptation of alternate reality Jillian Cantor: I have always loved that movie, but more than the movie, just the concept itself. I think about it in my own life a lot. I think we all do. We wonder what would have happened if we had made different choices in terms of career and school, and where that might have led us. That is an idea I've always thought about in my own life, but in terms of Half Life I thought, what if this famous scientist had made a different choice. How would not only her life have been different, but the whole world and science as a whole,

Oh Mylanta/HolyChalupas: FullHouse/FullerHousePodcast
Bonus Episode: Books I've Read In 2021 PART 1

Oh Mylanta/HolyChalupas: FullHouse/FullerHousePodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 163:29


Hey Everyone, Angela Bowen here, bringing you a bonus episode of the books I've read so far in 2021. There are a lot of middle grade books, but also young adult, and adult fiction. Here are the books I've read between January - June 2021: The Lost Letter by: Cantor, Jillian The Only Black Girls in Town by: Brandy Colbert Sparrow by: Sarah Moon Alone by: Megan E. Freeman The Sea in Winter by: Christine Day Something to Say by: Lisa Ramee The Paper Girl of Paris by: Jordan Taylor Finding Perfect by; Elly Swartz Becoming Muhammad Ali by: James Patterson Take Back the Block by: Chrystal D. Giles Tune It Out by: Jamie Sumner Angel of Greenwood by: Randi Pink This Is Not the Jess Show by: Anna Carey Sit! Stay! Speak! by: Annie England Noblin Surviving Savannah by: Patti Callahan Starfish by: Lisa Fipps Night on Fire by: Ronald Kidd Meow or Never: A Wish Novel by: Jazz Taylor The Thing with Feathers by: McCall Hoyle Meet the Sky by: McCall Hoyle The Best Worst Summer by: Elizabeth Eulberg Rescue at Lake Wild by: Terry Lynn Johnson When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Peach Pie by: Erin Soderburg Downing A Matter of Days by: Amber Kizer What Comes Next by: Rob Buyea After the Worst Thing Happens by: Audrey Vernick Almost Flying by: Jake Maia Arlow I will cover PART 2 in December. I hope you all enjoy the book recommendations. Have a great week! To EMAIL The Podcast Go To: omhcfhfhpodcast@gmail.com

Pânico
PÂNICO - 19/07/2021 - Dra. Deolane Bezerra

Pânico

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 120:01


No Pânico desta segunda-feira (19), Dra Deolane Bezerra comenta sobre a morte de MC Kevin, relembrando o dia do ocorrido e seu relacionamento com ele, e faz críticas aos amigos aproveitadores do cantor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Moms Moving On: Navigating Divorce, Single Motherhood & Co-Parenting.
How to Handle Divorce and Co-Parenting When You Have a Child with Special Needs; with Therapist and Attorney Rebecca Amster-Cantor

Moms Moving On: Navigating Divorce, Single Motherhood & Co-Parenting.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 31:46


Co-parenting a child with special needs take a little extra care and attention, and so does making sure your divorce papers and parenting plan reflect that. In this episode of Moms Moving On, Rebecca Amster-Cantor, a therapist, attorney, and the GO-TO for all things divorce and family related here in Miami, helps break down how to handle divorce and co-parenting when you have a child with special needs. We spoke about a wide range of topics including: - How to ensure both parents follow the IEP - How to ensure the child's needs are met in both homes - What to do if they're not met, and so much more. Always interested in children's issues, Rebecca opened her own law practice in 2003, concentrating on the needs of children in Family Court. She rapidly began building her caseload and her reputation as a strong voice for children as a Guardian ad litem in Dissolution cases. Rebecca returned to school and received her Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. Ever the academic achiever, Rebecca was the first student in Nova's MFT program to receive a 100% on the Comprehensive exam. Rebecca's practice, as always, remains very focused on meeting the psychological and emotional needs of children, and of families in Family Court. Rebecca finds great joy and personal satisfaction in helping families seek new function and practical solutions so that parents can move on from the fatigue of litigation and move forward to enjoying their children every day. You can learn more about Rebecca, here.

Amigos Internautas
Vacina vegana

Amigos Internautas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 22:54


Dado Dolabella diz que não vai tomar vacina por conta da máfia da indústria farmacêutica.Vídeo Humane Society: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G393z8s8nFY

BetaTalk
Chatting with John Cantor Author of the book Heat Pumps for the Home

BetaTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 101:01


John Cantor has been working with heat pumps since the late 70s and with refrigeration much earlier. He wrote his book along with Gavin DJ Harper (one of the BetaTalk guest battery experts) back in 2010 just before the renewable heat incentive came into play. He is joined by regular guests Ken and Steve who are big fans of John's pioneering work. It's a longer than usual episode so please use the chapter markers if you wish to find specific topics being discussed. John's book is here https://www.amazon.co.uk/Heat-Pumps-Home-John-Cantor/dp/1785007793/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=heat+pumps&qid=1626527840&sr=8-1

Revolushow
118 - Eu sou Siba

Revolushow

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 96:49


Diego Miranda, Jones Manoel e Heribaldo Maia trouxeram Siba para um bate-papo  sobre cultura popular, radicalidade e revolução.Este programa é criado e produzido por Revolushow e distribuído pela Half Deaf.Produtor executivo - Gus LanzettaGerente de projeto - Lídia RonconiProdução - Zamiliano, Larissa Coutinho, Diego Miranda, João Carvalho e Jones ManoelEdição: Lucas Gelo Finalização: ZamilianoSeja você nosso padrim também em http://padrim.com.br/revolushow e concorra ao sorteio de um livro mensal, a partir de R$5,00, e tenha acesso a nossa newsletter a partir de R$10,00; ou através do PicPay em https://www.picpay.me/revolushowCupons de DescontoREVOLUSHOW20 - 20% de Desconto nos livros da Editora Expressão Popular - https://www.expressaopopular.com.br/loja/revolushow20 - 20% de Desconto nos posteres da Revolustore - https://revolustore.com.br/Revolushow202007 - 10% de desconto nos seguintes títulos da editora Lutas Anticapital: Luiz Carlos Prestes textos resgatados do esquecimento; A cidadania burguesa e os limites da democracia; Elementos de Contraposição à Cidadania Burguesa nas Práticas Pedagógicas do Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST); Sob o Fio da Navalha: Relações Estado e sociedade a partir da ação política da Economia Solidária no Brasil; Reforma Nacional Democrática e Contrarreforma no ABC paulista (1956-1964) ; A conspiração contra a escola pública; A Estratégia Democrático Popular um inventário crítico; Do Beco dos Sapos aos canaviais de Catende os ciclos de lutas pelo socialismo autogestionário ; O Fetiche da Tecnologia e a experiência das fábricas recuperadas; Mundo do Trabalho Associado e Embriões de Educação para além do capital; Reatando um fio interrompido a relação universidade-movimentos sociais na América Latina; Empresas recuperadas pelos trabalhadores: ocupações e autogestão na Argentina; Educação Democrática, Trabalho e Organização Produtiva no Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST); A Tragédia Educacional Brasileira no Século XX: diálogos com Florestan Fernandes; Trabalho, Sindicalismo e Consciência de Classe.revolushow2019 - 15% de descontos nos livros da Editora BaionetaREVOLUSHOW - 10% de descontos nos livros da editora Ciências RevolucionáriasREVOLUSHOW – 20% de desconto nos livros da NovaCulturaREVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Camisa CríticaREVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Veste EsquerdaClube do Livro1- Novacultura.info2- Expressão PopularTrilha sonora:Enxugando o Gelo by BNegão & Seletores de Freqüência is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Brazil License. Disponível em: https://bit.ly/30dbBjvIn The Hall of the Montain King Peer Gynt Suite no. 1, Op. 46 . Disponível em: https://bit.ly/2XsGGhx

Stories Behind the Story with Better Reading
Jillian Cantor: on why she chose to write about Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie

Stories Behind the Story with Better Reading

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 22:55


Bestselling author Jillian Cantor talks to Cheryl Akle about her latest novel, Half Life, which is a fictional reimagining of the life of two time Nobel Prize winning scientist Marie Curie. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Rarified Heir Podcast
Rarified Heir Podcast #31 : Amanda Gari

Rarified Heir Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 68:33


Today on the Rarified Heir Podcast we are talking to Amanda Gari, actress, singer and impressionist who talks to us today about her grandfather Izzy Iskowitz, better known as Eddie Cantor. Starting in the 1920s until the late 1950s, Eddie Cantor was one of America's biggest stars – from vaudeville to Broadway, from radio to television, from film to recorded music, there was arguably  no bigger star in the first half of the 20th Century than Eddie Cantor, the man they called “Banjo Eyes." Amanda's tales of growing up around her composer mother Jane Cantor Gari, actor/painter father Roberto Gari and her grandfather Eddie, we learn a great deal about what it was like growing up Cantor. We touch on names like W.C. Fields, Will Rogers, Fanny Brice, Sammy Davis Jr., Amy Sedaris, Judy Garland, Shelly Winters, Ronald Reagan and many more. We learn that Cantor co-wrote the theme tune to the iconic Warner Bros. cartoon Merry Melodies which began as “Merrily We Roll Along.” Cantor's hyperkinetic energy and manic stage presence, are no match for Cantor's generosity. He  started the March of Dimes charity at the behest of President Franklin Roosevelt, made the song “Making Whoopie” famous, whose stance against Hitler & fascism prior to WWII caused his sponsors to leave his radio program, how he was the first president of the Screen Actors Guild and how his influence made a hit out of the then-unknown song, “Santa Clause is Coming to Town.” But even knowing all that, the moment you won't to miss is Amanda's spot on impression of Flipper that really leaves you wanting more. On the next Rarified Heir Podcast.

Wall Street Week
Bloomberg Wall Street Week: Hubbard, Raskin, Cantor

Wall Street Week

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 34:58


One of the most iconic brands in financial television returns for today's issues and today's world. This edition of Wall Street Week features David Westin's interviews with Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers, Former Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Glenn Hubbard, Former Federal Reserve Governor Sarah Bloom Raskin, and Moelis & Company Vice Chairman Eric Cantor. The conversations highlight what's in store for the second half of 2021, the state of the U.S. Labor market, stability of financial institutions, and the effect of tax and antitrust changes on dealmaking.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Schneller schlau - Der tägliche Podcast von P.M.
Ist Unendlichkeit immer gleich groß?

Schneller schlau - Der tägliche Podcast von P.M.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 14:12


Unendlichkeit ist nicht gleich Unendlichkeit: Mathematiker kennen unendlich viele verschiedene Formen der Unendlichkeit, eine größer als die andere. Klingt unglaublich? Dann hört euch diese Folge an. Wir erzählen, wie das Nachdenken über die Unendlichkeit die Mathematik revolutioniert hat. +++Erfahren Sie mehr über unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien sowie die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien.

Getting Smart Podcast
Dr. Luvelle Brown, Dr. Pamela Cantor and Valerie Truesdale on the New Vision For Student-Centered Equity-Focused Education

Getting Smart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 30:36


This episode of the Getting Smart Podcast is supported by the Turnaround for Children Toolbox.  On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast we're joined by three esteemed guests to discuss the new AASA Report issued by the Learning 2025 Commission, which makes a commitment and a recommendation for whole child design.  Joining us today is Dr. Luvelle Brown who is currently serving as the Superintendent of the Ithaca City School District (ICSD) in Ithaca, New York.  We're also joined by Dr. Pamela Cantor, founder of Turnaround for Children and currently a governing partner of the Science of Learning and Development Alliance. Lastly, we are joined by Valerie Truesdale, Deputy Director of AASA, The School Superintendents Association.  Let's listen in as Tom talks with these guests about the findings in the new report and why a commitment to whole child design is more important than ever.  Links:  Learning 2025 Report Twitter: Dr. Luvelle Brown Twitter: Dr. Pamela Cantor Twitter: Valerie Truesdale Science of Learning and Development Alliance Ithaca City School District Turnaround for Children Toolbox AASA

Audiobook Reviews in Five Minutes
A conversation with Lucas Cantor, host of the Book Society podcast

Audiobook Reviews in Five Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 44:46


In today's extended episode, I'm sitting down with Lucas Cantor, a podcaster, composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and speaker. He has worked in NBC's music department for eight Olympic Games for which he won two Emmys in 2008 and 2012. He co-produced Lorde's cover of Everybody Wants To Rule The World, found on the Hunger Games, Catching Fire Soundtrack. Lucas is also an avid reader. He hosts his own show, the Book Society podcast, which features weekly conversations with fascinating guests from diverse backgrounds. Lucas and I are both passionate about great storytelling and history. Our conversation today includes friendly disagreements about Malcolm Gladwell's Bomber Mafia, frequent references to Middlemarch by George Eliot, and the dynamics and design of audiobooks and podcasting. Lucas also mentions a few words about his June 11th podcast conversation with Water Rights lawyer and journalist, Zach Smith. Subscribe to the Book Society podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/book-society/id1565589623 Contact Lucas Cantor: https://www.lucascantormusic.com/ Connect with Audiobook Reviews in 5: · Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/audiobook_reviews_podcast/ · Twitter: @janna_ca · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AudiobookReviewsInFiveMinutes · Anchor: https://anchor.fm/audiobookreviews · Audiobook Reviews in Five Minutes website: https://podcast.jannastam.com/ · Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/jannastam Audio production by Graham Stephenson Music credit: "Sneaky Snitch" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast on Apple, Anchor, Breaker, Google, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, and Spotify

Journey of an Aesthete Podcast
Singing as a calling: A Conversation with opera singer and Cantor, Colman Reaboi

Journey of an Aesthete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 65:08


Colman Reaboi , like Dmitri Matheny, is one of the people I have known since my Interlochen High School days. I am fifty-three now and since so much time has gone by it only makes sense that somebody of Colman's enormous talent and, above all, work ethic, would have done as many things with his abilities as he has as the decades have progressed. When last I checked in with him I was mostly familiar with his singing. But when you think about the fact that he has had careers in both opera and popular musical theatre and has entered the world of synagogues and being a cantor, even though there is the common thread of the voice it seems like a remarkable range by any estimation. As he pointed out on our episode it is most hard for a vocalist to switch from opera to popular or "Broadway" styles as the techniques are so very different. Even some fine vocalists in opera or classical never make the transition. Colman is one who has. And the fact that Colman's spiritual life has only grown as he has grown places Colman among the ranks of our multi-talented guests to be sure. As always on every one of our episodes, I learned things about Colman about which I had no knowledge whatsoever beforehand. It is one thing to encounter even someone you know, whether in passing or a scheduled meeting; a podcast episode is an other meeting entirely. It makes possible far more than could be achieved in other settings. This episode is no exception. I certainly hope you enjoy hearing what a world class vocalist, and much more, has to say as much as I enjoyed hearing him say it. My episode with Colman was a beautiful occasion.” Colman's Bio Cantor Reaboi's career has led him to serve three synagogues in Tampa Bay, Fla. In New England he served Temple Torat Yisrael in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, and Temple Tifereth Shalom in Peabody. Most recently, Cantor Reaboi served as cantor and educator for Emanuel Synagogue in Oklahoma City. Cantor Reaboi is a professionally trained spiritual leader and singer who also has extensive experience performing concerts of classical, Broadway, and Jewish repertoire. “As a Spiritual Leader, I strive to help connect Jews to Judaism…through study, prayer, a shared history, or a newfound identity. Whether it is connecting spiritually or culturally, Judaism offers something for everyone,” said Cantor Reboi about his new home at Ahavas Achim. “ As a human being, I desire to create connections between myself and my new community…to help strengthen the bonds that connect G-d, the Jewish people, and others from outside of Judaism who wish to be included. The Torah commands us to love the stranger in our midst.” Cantor Reaboi attended the Boston Conservatory of Music, where he majored in Vocal Performance and Opera. He is a graduate of Hebrew College in Newton, and of the Cantorial Internship program (CICA) of the Cantors Assembly. He is an alumnus and past soloist of the Zamir Chorale of Boston. He was also a guest cantor for the Prague Jewish Community, where he conducted services, performed concerts, and lectured at the Prague Jewish Museum. More highlights about Cantor Reaboi: Spiritual Leader at Congregation Ahavas Achim, Westfield, MA and works at Jewish Chaplain at Westfield State University and Enrichment Instructor, 4th Grade Teacher, Holocaust studies teacher at Temple Shir Tikva A link to a wonderful story featuring Colman's beautiful work with the community during Hanukkah 2020/Covid-19 : https://www.wwlp.com/news/local-news/hampden-county/hanukkah-celebration-continues-in-westfield/ More links to Colman's Beautiful Work Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/creaboi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/colmanreaboi/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mitch-hampton/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mitch-hampton/support

Conversations with Bill Kristol
Paul Cantor: Shakespeare and Comedy

Conversations with Bill Kristol

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 83:40


What is the nature of comedy? How does it differ from tragedy? What can we learn from Shakespeare’s comedies that we might miss if we focus only on tragedies? In this Conversation, Paul Cantor presents a tour-de-force analysis of the nature of comedy—and explains how and why Shakespeare's comedies exemplify it. As Cantor shows, comedy portrays human beings as worse than they are in order to puncture the sometimes unrealistic and destructive aspirations for ourselves and for our desires. Comedy is therefore meant to show us it’s a mistake to take too seriously things that do not necessarily deserve to be taken seriously. Too often our pride or self-importance leads us to make much ado about nothing. Cantor explains how Shakespeare’s comedies are a necessary complement to his tragedies—and as pointing to a workable middle way between the desires and even dreams humans have, and the conventions and accommodations they need to live together and flourish.

THE RAGGED EDGE RADIO ....with Russ Dizdar
Episode 1689: SRA UPDATE PART 30 WHAT DO YOU NOW

THE RAGGED EDGE RADIO ....with Russ Dizdar

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 60:40


THE RAGGED EDGE RADIO CONFRONTING EXPOSING & TEARING DOWN RADICAL EVIL PDF LIVE NOTES BROADCAST WORLDWIDE TEN MILLION FIERCE FROM APRIL 2021 TO MAY 20TH 2021 & ARCHIVES RIGHT AT THE GATES OF HELL SO, THEN WHAT DO YOU DO ABOUT ALL THIS PART 30 I wish someone would have seen me……..and heled me (victim to RD) Nobody came To rescue us Nobody made The slightest fuss No one was on our side We were just kids Who wondered why Cantor, Sarah. The Land of Dark Forgetting: My story of healing from Satanic Ritual Abuse (p. 112). Kindle Edition. God’s chosen ones, holy and loved, put on heartfelt compassion, Colossians 3 Therefore, to him who knows to do good and does not do it, it is sin. James 4 “Then the master said to the servant, ‘Go out to the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, so that my house may be filled. Luke 14 ‘’The recovery process took a lot of time and hard work on my part, but it was rewarding. As my memory returned, it was a comfort to me to believe that God knew everything that had happened to me. I felt this deep in my soul. My faith gave me the courage to confront the hell on earth created by my family.’’ Cantor, Sarah. The Land of Dark Forgetting: My story of healing from Satanic Ritual Abuse . Kindle Edition. PREEMPTOR NEWS INTRO*Start with………What you don’t want to do 1. Ignore…. But you can unless you try very hard 2. Walk on by / fake religion 3. Nothing can be done excuses or lack of faith HERE IS WHAT YOU CAN DO 1. You are engaged already. 2. Take notes and research. 3. Listen or read the stories of the victims4. Think of the victims. 5. Think of the perpetrators. 6. Moved to act by the Spirit of God and Word of God 7. Pray the Lord of the harvest to send for labors. Luke 10 And a vision appeared to Paul in the night. A man of Macedonia stood and pleaded with him, saying, “Come over to Macedonia and help us.” Acts 16 MOVIE … Schindler’s list what he could have done https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=song+psalm+46+shane+and+shane&&view=detail&mid=59C271F2D8767CFB420C59C271F2D8767CFB420C&&FORM=VRDGAR

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg
The Hangover Chapter 2: Chris Stirewalt and Eric Cantor

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 57:28


With a country split practically down the middle when it comes to politics, it’s a truism that the GOP needs to broaden its base if it wants to win elections. But it’s hard to make progress when the party’s leadership is struggling to make heads or tails of its own voters, let alone outsiders. Republicans could stand to take a few lessons from former Virginia Rep. Eric Cantor, who was the House Majority Leader for the 112th Congress. Cantor tells The Dispatch’s Chris Stirewalt that he developed a necessary trait for a Republican coming to political consciousness in a deeply suburbanizing, ever-more purple Virginia: It was “a vision [to] add more people to the armies and champions of liberty,” and he makes the case that this should still be the priority for elected Republicans.   Show Notes: -Richard Obenshain -Virginia’s population boom -Young Guns: A New Generation of Conservative Leaders -Boehner’s “Dollar-for-dollar” plans -Eric Cantor talks about a refusal to tell the truth in our politics See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

La Hora de la Verdad
Fernando Londoño - Christian Cantor

La Hora de la Verdad

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 21:24


En La Hora de la Verdad hablando con el embajador de Israel en Colombia. Tema: Ataques del grupo extremista Hamas contra Israel.

Shirtless Plantain Show
SPS 48- Nico Cantor

Shirtless Plantain Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 49:48


We spoke to Nico Cantor, host of  The Golazo Show about his career to date and his highlights working for CBS.Learned about his love for football, baseball, Carlos Tevez, Boca Juniors and much more.We also spoke about the great Diego Maradona.