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Le Dossier du Jour France Bleu Cotentin
Les jeux de société, avec Karine Chevalier du groupement des boutiques ludiques

Le Dossier du Jour France Bleu Cotentin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 27:32


durée : 00:27:32 - Côté Experts - France Bleu Cotentin

Le journal France Bleu Maine
Daniel Chevalier, maire de Juigné sur Sarthe et président du Pays Sabolien. Il fait partie d'une délégation d'élus sarthois qui partent mardi pour l'Ukraine avec l'idée de créer un jumelage entre la ville de Drohobytch et le Sud Sarthe

Le journal France Bleu Maine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 5:34


Medford Bytes
Kit Collins and ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act)

Medford Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 37:33


Today's episode includes a conversation with City Councilor Kit Collins about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and its uses in Medford.  More information about ARPA in Medford can be found here: https://medfordma.org/arpa/ and for more general ARPA information, here: https://home.treasury.gov/system/files/136/SLFRP-Quick-Reference-Guide-FINAL-508a.pdf The slides that Councilor Collins references can be found here: https://medfordma.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Community-Meeting-ARPA-Update-Presentation.pdf Councilor Collins mentioned her involvement in the Solid Waste Task Force which will meet on November 29th and links can be found here: https://medfordma.org/mayor2/city-events/ We hope you can check out the Chevalier Theatre Organ Society's event on December 4th at 3pm at the Chevalier Theatre.  This small  group of volunteers in that organization has been working for 20 YEARS raising funds, restoring and installing a 1922 Wurlitzer Pipe Theatre Pipe Organ in Chevalier. Come see its being played! Thanks so much for listening to today's episode. You can reach out to us by email at medfordpod@gmail.com  or follow is on instagram @medfordpod or Facebook at MedfordBytes Podcast. Please take a moment to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts. Thanks so much for listening.

The Matt Allen Show
Brian Chevalier - No Heat November

The Matt Allen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 11:27


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WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
'Tis the Season: The Beach Boys To Perform In Medford's Chevalier Theatre

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 0:55


Speaking of Writers
Stacy Schiff- THE REVOLUTIONARY: SAMUEL ADAMS

Speaking of Writers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 12:24


Stacy Schiff dazzles us again, this time with the forgotten story of an American original. In her distinctive voice, Schiff restores Samuel Adams to the pantheon of the most influential Founding Fathers on the 300th anniversary of his birth—and at a time when democracy appears especially fragile. Thomas Jefferson once asserted that if there was one leader of the Revolution, “Samuel Adams was the man.” Without him, his cousin John said, “the true history of the American Revolution can never be written.” A humble hero, a man of sterling integrity and deep faith yet a failed businessman who was adrift for the first act of his life, Samuel Adams stands among the most successful revolutionaries of all time. But despite his celebrated status among his contemporaries, he has largely vanished from the record. Convinced that liberty and self-determination were essential rights, he led an ingenious, egalitarian campaign of civil resistance against England. Organizing boycotts and massaging the news, churning out propaganda under an army of pseudonyms—some of them newly uncovered by Schiff—Adams arguably did more to bring about independence than any other Founder. Stacy Schiff is the author of Véra (Mrs. Vladimir Nabokov), winner of the Pulitzer Prize; Saint-Exupéry, a Pulitzer Prize finalist; A Great Improvisation: Franklin, France, and the Birth of America, winner of the George Washington Book Prize and the Ambassador Book Award; Cleopatra: A Life, a New York Times Top Ten Book of the Year and winner of the PEN/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography; and, most recently, The Witches: Salem, 1692. Schiff has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library. A NYPL Library Lion, a recipient of an Arts and Letters Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, named a Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government, she has contributed to the New York Times, The New Yorker, and the New York Review of Books, among other publications. A member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, she lives in New York City. For more information, please visit www.stacyschiff.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steve-richards/support

Blockbusters
Le chevalier de saint Georges : L'histoire de France sous-traitée

Blockbusters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 3:37


durée : 00:03:37 - La chronique de Frederick Sigrist - Un film américain mettant en scène le chevalier Saint Georges, figure célèbre de l'histoire des noirs de France, sortira l'année prochaine sur nos écrans.

The No-Till Market Garden Podcast
Andy Cato, Co-Founder of Wildfarmed

The No-Till Market Garden Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 79:10


Tell Dr. Mimi where it hurts, because I've got the cure. Be it bread or beer, it all starts with grain. Today, we get to do all of my favorite things, which is to combine bread, beer, and rock stars. Andy Cato, half of the band Groove Armada, is the co-founder of a super-rad farm project, Wildfarmed, growing no-till regenerative grains. It's taken a lot of trail and error, and we get into his systems and how he makes it all work: rotations, equipment, producer groups, etc. for facilitating the change he wants to see on the land. In short, Andy is "an award-winning mixed arable and livestock farmer. Once a successful Grammy nominated musician, Andy gave that up after reading about the dire state of modern food production. He went on to spend over a decade trying to find a more restorative and sustainable way of growing food. Whilst farming in France, Andy was awarded the Chevalier l'Order Merit de Agricole - the equivalent of a knighthood for services to agriculture. Now back on British soil, Andy is on a mission to help other farmers adopt the Wildfarmed system." If you've ever thought about how to grow grains on a small scale regeneratively, this one's for you. Because we've got to figure that part out. The sourdough and beer are what's keeping me going. Follow Andy & Wildfarmed Follow Mimi & Hope Well Wine Folks who make the show possible... RIMOL Greenhouses quality greenhouses and high-tunnels. Tilth Soil amazing compost-based living potting soils and soil blends. Johnny's Selected Seeds vegetable, flower, and cover crop seeds. Certified Naturally Grown grassroots, peer-to-peer, holistic certification. and You, our listeners. Help us keep our work free for everyone by supporting our work on Patreon or check out No-Till Growers and pick up a copy of The Living Soil Handbook and join the conversation at our new and improved growers forum.

IMTalk
IMTalk Episode 848 – Pro Athlete Leon Chevalier

IMTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 91:55


This week we have an interview with pro athlete Leon Chevalier   We also have News, Discussion of the Week, Age Grouper of the Week and Q&As

Radio BUAP
De la mano de Angie Chevalier y de Anamí Velasco entérate de los temas de novedad dentro de ámbitos como el arte y la sociedad a las 14:00 horas de lunes a viernes en La Conjura de los necios. En Tu

Radio BUAP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 10:39


De la mano de Angie Chevalier y de Anamí Velasco entérate de los temas de novedad dentro de ámbitos como el arte y la sociedad a las 14:00 horas de lunes a viernes en La Conjura de los necios. En Tu espacio DAE, Marco Antonio Paredes Muñoz, jefe de servicios escolares de la DAE CU, charla acerca de la convocatoria para el proceso de reinscripción del periodo Primavera 2023 del nivel posgrado.

Next Best Picture Podcast
Episode 319 - CCDA Predictions, "The Whale," "Chevalier" & "John Wick: Chapter 4" Trailers

Next Best Picture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 94:21


For Episode 319, I am joined by Nadia Dalimonte, Josh Parham, Tom O'Brien & Will Mavity. For this week's show, we're discussing recent developments in the Best Documentary Feature race, including who we think will win at tonight's Critics Choice Documentary Awards (CCDA), along with other Oscar news, including the announcement of Jimmy Kimmel hosting the 95th Academy Awards. We also give our reactions to the trailers for "The Whale," "Chevalier," and "John Wick: Chapter 4," go over the polls, answer fan-submitted questions, and more! Please take a listen down below and enjoy! Thank you!   Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture

Story Mode
Hypecast - 11.11.2022 - Featuring Alex Schmidt

Story Mode

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 93:51


Topics Include: The Whale, Glass Onion, Christmas In Paradise, George & Tammy, Chevalier, Kindred, The Machine, Hot Skull, John Wick 4, and the mindcage that is Mindcage.

Path to Podcast Success
Sara Chevalier: The Launch Box

Path to Podcast Success

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 38:26


Transformational Guide- Supporting those ready to dare bravely and live authentically | Student of life | Child at heart. Learn more about Sara here!Learn more about Path to Podcast Success here!

Run with Fitpage
Ep 94: Obesity and Role of Genetics with Dr. Claude Bouchard

Run with Fitpage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 74:27


In this episode of Run with Fitpage, we had one of the top researchers in the world - Dr. Claude Bouchard. Dr. Bouchard is a Professor and the John W. Barton, Sr. Endowed Chair in Genetics and Nutrition at Louisiana State University's Pennington Biomedical Research Center (PBRC), where he is also the Director of the Human Genomics Laboratory. Vikas and Dr. Bouchard talk all about obesity, and the role of genetics in this episode.Dr. Bouchard is known for his research on the role of genetics in obesity and in the process of adaptation to regular physical activity. He was president of the Obesity Society in 1991–92. Bouchard graduated from Laval University with a B.P.Ed degree in 1962. He received his M.Sc. in exercise physiology from the University of Oregon the following year before doing postgraduate work at the University of Cologne and the German Sport University Cologne in Germany for two years (1963–65). In 1977, he received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin, after which he completed his postdoc at the University of Montreal in the same year. In 1999, after teaching kinesiology at Laval University for over thirty years, he joined the faculty of the Pennington Biomedical Research Center, where he was the Executive Director and George A. Bray Chair in Nutrition until 2010.Dr. Bouchard has been a fellow of the Royal Academy of Medicine of Belgium since 1996. He became an Officer of the Order of Leopold II of Belgium in 1994, a member of the Order of Canada in 2001, and a Chevalier in the Ordre National du Quebec in 2005. In 2002, he received the Honor Award from the American College of Sports Medicine. He is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, the American Society for Nutrition, the Obesity Society, the American Heart Association, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. In 2016, the Louisiana State University (LSU) Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to award him a Boyd Professorship, the most prestigious title that can be awarded to professors at LSU.Vikas hosts this weekly podcast and enjoys nerding over-exercise physiology, nutrition, and endurance sport in general.  He aims to get people to get out and 'move'.  When he is not working, he is found running, almost always.  He can be found on nearly all social media channels but Instagram is preferred:)Reach out to Vikas:Instagram: @vikas_singhhLinkedIn: Vikas SinghTwitter: @vikashsingh1010

New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher
Violinist Rachel Barton Pine rereleases a celebration of Black composers

New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 26:04


Rachel Barton Pine — Violin Concertos by Black Composers Through the Centuries (Cedille) Jump to giveaway form New Classical Tracks - Rachel Barton Pine by “You could say that the album that I've just rereleased is really the album that I would have made in 1997 had I only been able to back then,” violinist Rachel Barton Pine said about releasing a pioneering recording celebrating Black composers of the 18th and 19th centuries. “I couldn't be more excited.” Pine is reissuing and refreshing this recording 25 years later as Violin Concertos by Black Composers Through the Centuries. “We've all heard of Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, the wonderful Afro-French composer who was the greatest swordsman in Europe and an inspiration to Mozart,” she said. “But there is another composer from the same time, Chevalier de Meude-Monpas. There's no existing visual image of him, but all the musicologists for decades assumed that he must be of African descent because he was always called Chevalier. “Years later they discovered that de Meude-Monpas had actually served in a regiment of the French army that all rode black horses. He was just a random white Frenchman, but he still composed an absolutely charming violin concerto,” Pine said. “I'm glad I got to perform it and record it, but it certainly no longer belongs on my album of violin concertos by Black composers. “Back in ‘97, when I was looking for repertoire among the various 20th-century pieces, I encountered a single page from a Florence Price manuscript. I was told that she had written two violin concertos, but they were considered to be lost to the world forever. There was no hope. They would never be found. They would never be heard,” she said about her search for music. “A few years ago, this treasure trove of her manuscripts was discovered in an old trunk in an abandoned farmhouse. Sitting in there among all the symphonic and chamber music were indeed both of her violin concertos.” Watch now To hear the rest of my conversation, click on the extended interview above, or download the extended podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. More on Rachel Barton Pine New Classical Tracks Violinist Rachel Barton Pine records 'headbanger' concerto Watch violinist Rachel Barton Pine perform a duet with her 7-year-old daughter Giveaway Time For Three New Classical Tracks Giveaway You must be 13 or older to submit any information to American Public Media/Minnesota Public Radio. The personally identifying information you provide will not be sold, shared, or used for purposes other than to communicate with you about things like our programs, products and services. See Terms of Use and Privacy. This giveaway is subject to the Official Giveaway Rules. Resources Rachel Barton Pine — Violin Concertos by Black Composers Through the Centuries (Cedille official store) Rachel Barton Pine (official site)

Le van Beethoven
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, le goût de la perfection, la présence scénique

Le van Beethoven

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 59:21


durée : 00:59:21 - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, le goût de la perfection, la présence scénique - par : Aurélie Moreau - Parmi les rôles qu'Elisabeth Schwarzkopf a chantés sur les plus grandes scènes, citons seulement Elvire du Don Giovanni de Mozart et La Maréchale, du Chevalier à la rose de Strauss. La soprano était aussi exceptionnelle dans le répertoire du lied.

Read Me to Sleep, Ricky
Edmund White reads "A Boy's Own Story"

Read Me to Sleep, Ricky

Play Episode Play 32 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 23:43


Edmund White's A Boy's Own Story: The Graphic Novel: Alessandro, Brian, Carroll, Michael, White, Edmund, Karash, Igor: 9781603095082: Amazon.com: BooksEdmund Valentine White III (born 1940) is an American novelist, memoirist, playwright, biographer and an essayist on literary and social topics. Since 1999 he has been a professor at Princeton University. France made him Chevalier (and later Officier) de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 1993. White's books include The Joy of Gay Sex, written with Charles Silverstein (1977); his trilogy of semi-autobiographic novels, A Boy's Own Story (1982), The Beautiful Room Is Empty (1988) and The Farewell Symphony (1997); and his biography of Jean Genet. Much of his writing is on the theme of same-sex love. White has also written biographies of three French writers: Jean Genet, Marcel Proust and Arthur Rimbaud. He is the namesake of the Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction, awarded annually by Publishing Triangle. Pianist: Vadim ChaimovichSupport the show

Rock Around The Blog
Black Metal 40 vuotta - Haastattelussa Venom Inc.

Rock Around The Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 31:39


Brittiläisen metallilegenda Venomin klassikkoalbumi Black Metal täyttää marraskuun alussa 40 vuotta. Juhlan kunniaksi Venomin alkuperäiskitaristi Jeffrey ”Mantas” Dunnin johtama kokoonpano Venom Inc. soitti Black Metal -albumin kokonaisuudessaan Hyvinkään Steelchaos-festarilla 21.10. Venom yhdisti Black Metal -albumillaan ainutlaatuisella tavalla punkia ja new wave of british heavy metallia sekä vaikutteita mm. Motörheadilta, KISSiltä ja Judas Priestiltä. Tuloksena oli Venomin kaoottinen, pelottava ja ihastuttava low-fi-soundi, joka vaikutti huomattavasti thrash metal - ja black metal -genrejen syntyyn. Vaikka Venom Inc. soitti erikoissetissään klassikkolevyn kokonaan, bändi ei ole pelkkää nostalgiaa. Sen uutuuslevy There´s Only Black on vuoden 2022 parhaita perinteisiä metallialbumeita. Sami Ruokangas haastatteli Steelchaos-festarilla Venom Inc.-trioa: kitaristi Jeff ”Mantas” Dunn, basisti-laulaja Tony ”Demolition Man” Dolan ja rumpali Jeramie ”War Machine” Kling. Bändi avaa haastattelussa biisintekoprosessiaan ja suhdettaan 40 vuotta vanhoihin klassikoihin. Haastattelun lopussa nauretaan sille, että Sami toi Tony Dolanin nimmaroitaviksi Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World -elokuvan DVD:n kannet. Dolan näyttelee tässä 10 Oscar-palkinnon ehdokkuutta saaneessa purjelaivaelokuvassa. Jakson soittolista: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/38TeEnH52y1FOscygwat14?si=e82c1b14ea08405f Menossa ovat mukana myös Juha Kakkuri, Samantha Fish, Metallica, Voivod, Jyrki ”Vinnie Vincent” Nivala, Accept, Steelfest, Chevalier, Iron Maiden, Kreator, Saxon, Judas Priest, Rob Halford, KISS, Paul Stanley, Alice Cooper, Rolling Stones, Queen, Motörhead, Mikkey Dee, ”Philthy Animal” Taylor, AC/DC ja Brian Johnson.

The Michael Sartain Podcast
Elizabeth Marie Chevalier - The Michael Sartain Podcast

The Michael Sartain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 114:32


Elizabeth Marie Chevalier ( IG: @marieechevx ) is a multiple time cover model including Maxim Australia, Playboy Denmark, Playboy Sweden, Maxim New Zealand, FHM United States, Playboy Australia and Playboy South Africa. ——————————————————— Michael's Men of Action program is a Master's course dedicated to helping people elevate their social lives by building elite social circles and becoming higher status. Click the link below to learn more: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 ———————————————————— Become an affiliate for MOA Mentoring: https://www.moamentoring.com/earn Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 1:17 Terrifyingly tall 1:44 Like being private 3:30 First interview you've done 4:51 How you were in Highschool? 6:36 **LMU, US Revolutionary war 8:51 **Catholic school, degree in biology 9:45 ***Rationalize love 11:34 **San Diego, Anchorman 12:15 **Deadmau5 13:24 ***He hates his music 16:49 Snoop Dogg 17:54 **Meeting your fiancé 20:53 *Michael was right again 21:42 ***Beyoncé got cheated on, red flags 24:53 ***You will not cheat 27:07 **I am not my Instagram 28:02 ****Their options don't matter 30:23 ***Addicted to their narrative 31:11 ***Kennedy Summers 32:31 Misanthropy 32:59 ****You are offensive because you are attractive 36:03 ***Evolutionary phycology 37:58 ***Women say one thing and do another, narcissist 41:34 ***Manosphere, Red Pill 45:39 **Let it go and it will come 47:13 ***500 body count, neuro-chemical response 48:52 ***Men are taught to express themselves 51:08 *Gaydar 53:00 Fake teeth 54:15 ***Anal, dominatrix 56:58 **Don't want to live a long time 59:14 ****Emergency surgery 1:03:02 ***Look up to you 1:05:41 ***No other option 1:06:49 My bday 1:07:32 ***I love boob 1:09:05 ***Playboy 1:10:29 **FOMO 1:12:00 Marriage and divorce 1:12:30 Average guy, GSS survey 1:14:24 ***It's hard to date as a guy 1:16:19 ***No answer, Andrew Tate 1:17:53 ***Game theory dilemma 1:19:40 ****Stalk me 1:21:10 When stalking works 1:23:30 Entourage, 138 Water 1:26:33 Music Videos 1:29:20 ***Too beautiful to find a man 1:31:25 Close man friend 1:33:21 Dating as an influencer 1:35:31 Favorite people to work with 1:36:29 Monogamy 1:39:01 ***Questionnaire 1:42:45 ***Naked in the shower 1:45:03 ***Does this feel good? 1:46:54 Bali 1:48:38 Wait to have sex 1:51:06 Social Media 1:52:21 Outro

The afikra Podcast
HERVÉ KOUBI | What The Day Owes To The Night | Conversations

The afikra Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 51:21


Hervé Koubi spoke to us in this special collaboration episode with NYUAD about What The Day Owes To The Night, which tells the story of a young boy from Yasmina Khadra's novel through  highly physical, stunningly fluid, gravity-defying piece that combines capoeira, martial arts, urban, and contemporary dance.Hervé Koubi is a dancer at the National Choreographic Center of Nantes Claude Brumachon and Benjamin Lamarche then at the National Choreographic Center of Caen with Karine Saporta and the Thor Company in Brussels with Thierry Smits, he created his choreographic project in 2000. His choreographic work was born from a mixture of techniques and influences, at the crossroads of urban dances and ballet. Hervé Koubi today wishes to question these choreographic languages ​​to get rid of a unique technique and develop a new style of writing. Considering the porosity of techniques between them as a space for experimentation and going beyond technical and aesthetic frameworks and affiliations, he now wishes to pose the precisely blurred borders of a ballet of the 21st century, precisely open and current. Choreographer committed in the developpement of dance for the communities, it is also in the encounter and sharing between his works, his audiences and his practices that he develops numerous projects of territories and artistic education. He was awarded in July 2015 with the Order of the Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres.Created and hosted by Mikey Muhanna, afikraEdited by: Ramzi RammanTheme music by: Tarek Yamani https://www.instagram.com/tarek_yamani/About the afikra Conversations:Our long-form interview series features academics, arts, ‎and media experts who are helping document and/or shape the history and culture of the Arab world through their ‎work. Our hope is that by having the guest share their expertise and story, the community still walks away with newfound curiosity - and maybe some good recommendations about new nerdy rabbit holes to dive into headfirst. ‎Following the interview, there is a moderated town-hall-style Q&A with questions coming from the live virtual audience ‎on Zoom.‎ Join the live audience: https://www.afikra.com/rsvp   FollowYoutube - Instagram (@afikra_) - Facebook - Twitter Support www.afikra.com/supportAbout afikra:‎afikra is a movement to convert passive interest in the Arab world to active intellectual curiosity. We aim to collectively reframe the dominant narrative of the region by exploring the histories and cultures of the region- past, present, and future - through conversations driven by curiosity. Read more about us on  afikra.com

Musiques du monde
Une soirée avec la diva malienne Oumou Sangaré pour la sortie du nouvel album "Timbuktu"

Musiques du monde

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 48:30


Sortie de l'album d'Oumou Sangaré Timbuktu (Oumsang/World Circuit/BMG), le 29 avril 2022. Nous l'avons rencontrée début février 2022 à Issy.   Concerts : - 15 mai : Cigale (Paris) - 6 juin : Sakifo Musik Festival / La Réunion - 7 juillet : Nuits du Sud / Vence  - 15 juillet 2022 : Les Suds / Arles. Oumou, son histoire par Francis Dordor.   (Rediffusion) Depuis Moussolou, son premier album sorti en 1989, la vie de la chanteuse malienne Oumou Sangaré n'a connu aucun répit. De ce riche et trépidant voyage, on retient notamment des enregistrements parmi les plus décisifs de la musique africaine contemporaine, tous produits par le label World Circuit : Ko Sira en 1993, Worotan en 1996 et Seya nominé dans la catégorie Meilleur Album de World Music des Grammy Awards en 2009. De nombreuses tournées internationales et la consécration obtenue sur les scènes prestigieuses que sont l'Opéra de Sydney, le Queen Elizabeth Hall de Londres ou le Nippon Budokan de Tokyo, complètent ce tableau d'honneur.  Timbuktu, première production de son label Oumsang constitue le nouvel acte de cette épopée musicale sans équivalent à laquelle World Circuit est à nouveau associée. Il consacre cette artiste issue des quartiers pauvres de Bamako devenue une superstar mondiale, ainsi qu'une icône féministe unanimement admirée. D'une aura puissante comparable à celle d'une Grace Jones, icone noire transgressive par excellence, Oumou a depuis longtemps franchi les barrières séparant genres musicaux et continents. Hier invitée par Alicia Keys pour un duo télévisé, elle est désormais citée en exemple par des artistes aussi considérables qu'Aya Nakamura, qui lui a dédié la chanson Oumou Sangaré en 2017, ou Beyoncé, qui a samplé l'une de ses plus célèbres créations, Diaraby Néné, pour le titre Mood 4 Eva tiré de la bande originale du film The Lion King : The Gift en 2019.  Sa carrière menée tambour battant sans la moindre pause a pourtant connu une interruption avec la crise sanitaire en 2020.   En mars de cette année-là (2020), suite au FIWA (Festival International du Wassoulou), événement qu'elle a créé en 2016 pour promouvoir sa région d'origine du sud Mali, elle se rend aux États-Unis. Initialement prévu pour durer deux semaines, son séjour se prolonge en raison du confinement. D'abord à New York, puis à Baltimore où elle trouve rapidement ses marques. "Quelque chose m'a immédiatement attirée dans cette ville. Je m'y suis sentie si bien que j'ai voulu acquérir une maison."  Une fois installée là, elle occupe ses journées à composer avec une ancienne connaissance, Mamadou Sidibé, qui fut le premier joueur de kamele n'goni (le luth traditionnel) à l'accompagner à ses débuts. À la faveur de cette réclusion forcée, vont naître dix des onze chansons constituant Timbuktu, recueil qui noue d'intimes correspondances sonores entre les instruments traditionnels ouest-africains et ceux liés à l'histoire du blues. Notamment entre le kamele n'goni et ces lointains héritiers que sont la guitare dobro et la guitare slide, jouées ici par Pascal Danaë, co-réalisateur de l'album avec Nicolas Quéré. De cette séquence particulière du confinement, où le temps s'est pour ainsi dire arrêté, où l'artiste comme la femme d'affaires se sont trouvées dans une situation inédite d'isolement, loin du tumulte et des sollicitations incessantes, Oumou a tiré le meilleur. "Depuis 1990, je n'avais jamais eu la possibilité de me couper du monde de la sorte pour me consacrer exclusivement à la musique. De ce point de vue, le confinement a été une chance pour moi car il m'a permis de rester concentrée sur le travail de composition. Je pense que la musique s'en ressent mais aussi les textes qui sont le fruit de moments où j'ai pu me retirer en moi même pour méditer." Jamais ses paroles n'ont en effet accédé à une telle qualité poétique, une telle profondeur. Jamais ne l'a t-on trouvé aussi inspirée à livrer ses réflexions sur les indéchiffrables mystères de l'existence, la situation périlleuse que traverse son pays ou sur la condition des femmes africaines, preuve que même devenue puissante, elle n'a rien renié de ses engagements de jeunesse. Entre l'introspection de Degui N'Kelena, la langueur amoureuse exprimée dans Kanou, la compassion dans Demissimw, l'exaspération dans Kêlê Magni ou la fierté dans Wassulu Don, beaucoup d'états d'âme nourrissent ce disque. Trouvant dans l'habillage sonore réalisé par Danaë et Quéré, qui à la dynamique des rythmes traditionnels du Wassoulou  additionne celle propre au langage musical contemporain, une probante mise en valeur, Timbuktu s'impose ainsi comme le plus ambitieux et abouti d'une discographie déjà émérite.     Si le titre Timbuktu renvoie à l'actualité politique du Mali, pays menacé de désintégration et cherchant dans son histoire, dont cette ville du nord-est le plus puissant symbole, des motifs d'espérer, beaucoup de chansons renvoient à l'expérience singulière de la chanteuse. Quand dans Sira (littéralement "le baobab" en bambara), elle évoque la progéniture de familles érudites et aisées qui, malgré cela, verse dans la délinquance et gâche un avenir prometteur, c'est presque inconsciemment pour souligner par contraste l'exemplarité de sa propre trajectoire… Née à Bamako, le 2 février 1968, Oumou Sangaré est la fille cadette d'une famille appartenant à l'ethnie peule du Wassoulou. Sa mère, Aminata Diakité, est chanteuse comme le fut sa propre mère Noumouténé. Oumou a très peu connu son père, Diari Sangaré, qui a quitté le foyer familial lorsqu'elle avait deux ans. Abandonnée, Aminata se fait alors commerçante pour faire vivre ses quatre enfants. Oumou lui vient en aide en vendant des sachets d'eau dans la rue. Ayant pris l'habitude de suivre sa mère dans les "soumous" (cérémonies nuptiales ou baptismales) que celle-ci anime, elle s'octroie déjà une part de prestige par la clarté et la puissance d'une voix qui, jaillissant d'un corps d'enfant, éblouit l'auditoire. Elle ne tarde d'ailleurs pas à s'accaparer toute la gloire à l'occasion d'un concours interscolaire où elle fait gagner son école du quartier de Douadabougou en chantant devant 3 000 personnes réunies dans le Stade omnisports de Bamako. Passée par l'Ensemble National du Mali et le groupe Djoliba, Oumou a déjà une longue carrière professionnelle derrière elle quand à 18 ans, elle s'apprête à enregistrer à Abidjan sa première cassette produite par Abdoulaye Samassa (qui a dû lui offrir sa propre voiture pour la convaincre d'entrer en studio). Rééditée en CD et vinyle par World Circuit en 2016, la cassette intitulée Moussolou ("les femmes" en bambara) se vend à l'époque à plus de 250 000 exemplaires, un record resté inégalé en Afrique de l'Ouest. Si la musique très dansante caractéristique du Wassoulou l'explique en partie, la raison de ce succès tient beaucoup aux textes chantés, parfois rugit, par cette jeune lionne qui, depuis son plus jeune âge, a dû se battre pour survivre. Se dressant avec fougue contre les abus de la tradition patriarcale, qui autorise la polygamie, le mariage forcé et l'excision, Oumou devient du jour au lendemain l'égérie d'une cause féministe qui n'a aucune assise véritable dans cette partie du monde. Sa carrière et ses enregistrements restent ainsi marqués comme au fer rouge par cette double dimension : être une femme et avoir une origine sociale qui l'a rendue singulièrement sensible à toutes les formes d'injustices. Timbuktu ne fait pas exception. Ainsi Gniani Sara (littéralement "la récompense de la souffrance") renvoie-t-il à son combat de toujours en faveur de la condition féminine. "J'ai osé aborder ce sujet avant tout le monde et même risqué ma vie en le faisant  dit elle aujourd'hui. Ma récompense c'est d'avoir réussi à éveiller les consciences. Surtout au sein de la jeune génération. Voir Aya Nakamura ou Beyoncé me prendre en exemple vaut tous les prix et toutes les distinctions du monde". Pourtant, devenir la plus grande et la plus influente chanteuse africaine vivante ne lui a pas suffi. Depuis trente ans, Oumou s'est aussi illustrée dans le domaine économique et l'action sociale. À la tête de plusieurs entreprises touchant à l'hôtellerie, l'agriculture ou au négoce d'automobiles à travers sa marque Oum Sang, elle emploie actuellement près de 200 personnes à temps plein. Quant à la fondation Oumou Sangaré, créée il y a dix ans pour venir en aide aux femmes et aux enfants en situation difficile, elle parachève pour ainsi dire une œuvre artistique jamais éloignée de convictions humanistes. Élevée au grade de Commandeur de l'Ordre National du Mali, faite Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres de la République Française, Oumou est devenue Ambassadrice de bonne volonté de la F.A.O. (Organisation des Nations unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture) en 2003, après avoir reçu le prix de l'UNESCO deux ans plus tôt.     Mais cette réussite, Oumou doit la payer au prix fort. Après avoir subi les blessures de l'enfance parmi les plus cruelles- l'abandon, l'extrême misère- elle doit aujourd'hui se protéger des maux que la notoriété lui attire, la jalousie, la calomnie, la trahison. Autant d'atteintes qu'elle expose dans Sarama, et qu'elle s'encourage à dépasser dans Dily Oumou. En découle la solitude évoquée dans Degui N'Kelena, autour de laquelle se cristallise le thème de la séparation et de la perte qu'elle entend affronter à la manière stoïcienne, accueillant chaque événement avec une lucidité agissante. Une force qu'elle tire intégralement de la musique elle-même, dont la puissance renvoie à celle des chasseurs du Wassoulou qui en sont les inventeurs. En effet, la confrérie de ceux qu'on appelle "Donsow" ("Donso" au singulier) est à l'origine des rythmes utilisés par toutes les chanteuses modernes, elles-mêmes baptisées "kònò" (oiseau). Instrument emblématique de ce répertoire le donso-ngoni,  modernisé en kamel n'goni  (la harpe des jeunes) dans les années 1950, reste à la base de toutes les compositions d'Oumou. Tel un guide chant, celui de Mamadou Sidibé structure l'ensemble des compositions de Timbuktu, comme il attire par sa tonalité pentatonique les superbes développements à la guitare de Pascal Danaë. En utilisant une  Harmony Stratotone sur Wassulu Don (littéralement "la culture du Wassoulou"), un dobro resonator sur Degui N'Kelena et Sarama, ou la technique du bottleneck sur Sira, le musicien semble à chaque fois renvoyer à la sonorité métallique caractéristique du kamel n'gnoni, nouant ainsi une enivrante complicité élective entre les genres musicaux et les continents.  Que surmonter la souffrance et faire face à toutes les adversités traverse l'ensemble du répertoire d'Oumou Sangaré n'est pas un hasard compte tenu de son passé. Cette dominante n'est probablement pas étrangère non plus au fait que lors de cérémonies qui leur sont propres, certains chasseurs s'infligent des sévices pour mieux les dépasser, vont jusqu'à avaler des tisons ardents ou se larder de coups de poignards tout en dansant, tandis que les chanteurs invoquent des forces relevant de la surnature. C'est à cette confiance intraitable que fait référence Wassulu Don. C'est cette culture aux fondements telluriques, à la portée universelle que célèbre ici sa plus célèbre représentante, une chanteuse qui à la manière des plus grandes, Aretha Franklin ou Nina Simone, sublime la douleur et, plus que jamais, éclaire de son génie propre la musique, toute la musique, et pas seulement africaine. "La musique est en moi !", proclame Oumou. "Sans elle je ne suis rien, et rien ne peut me l'enlever ! Dans ce disque j'ai mis ma vie, toute ma vie, cette vie où j'ai connu la faim, l'humiliation de la pauvreté, la peur et dont je tire aujourd'hui la gloire."     Titres diffusés extraits de l'album Timbuktu - Wassulu Don voir le clip - Sira - Degui N'Kelena - Timbuktu Voir le clip Sarama.

Quotomania
QUOTOMANIA 323: Lydia Davis

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 2:06


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Lydia Davis is the author of Essays One, a collection of essays on writing, reading, art, memory, and the Bible. She is also the author of The End of the Story: A Novel and many story collections, including Varieties of Disturbance, a finalist for the 2007 National Book Award for Fiction; Can't and Won't (2014); and The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis, described by James Wood in The New Yorker as “a grand cumulative achievement.” Davis is also the acclaimed translator of Swann's Way and Madame Bovary, both awarded the French-American Foundation Translation Prize, and of many other works of literature. She has been named both a Chevalier and an Officier of the Order of Arts and Letters by the French government, and in 2020 she received the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in the Short Story.From https://us.macmillan.com/author/lydiadavis. For more information about Lydia Davis:The Cows: https://www.sarabandebooks.org/all-titles/the-cows-lydia-davis“Lydia Davis, The Art of Fiction No. 227”: https://www.theparisreview.org/interviews/6366/art-of-fiction-no-227-lydia-davis“Interview with Lydia Davis”: https://www.thewhitereview.org/feature/interview-with-lydia-davis/

Sports Spectrum's Inside the Chapel
"Liar, Lunatic or Lord?" - Pittsburgh Steelers Chaplain Kent Chevalier

Sports Spectrum's Inside the Chapel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 30:59


Is Jesus Christ really God? This is a question humans have been wrestling with since the day Jesus was born. Even when he was in his mother's womb. Different religions land on opposite sides when it comes to answering this question. Some say he was God. Some say he was a prophet of God. Some say he was an excellent teacher of Jewish Law with a unique rabbinic teaching method. Some say that he was just a good moral teacher. And still, some just don't care. This week on "Inside the Chapel," Pittsburgh Steelers chaplain Kent Chevalier lets listeners in on an episode of his own podcast, "False Jesus," where he explores claims that Jesus makes about himself: He came from Heaven (John 6:35-38). He has the power to perform miracles (John 10:36-39). He was sinless (John 8:45-47). He has the authority to forgive sin (Mark 2:5-7). He would die and come back to life (Mark 8:31). He is the only way to Heaven (John 14:6). He is God (John 10:30-33). You cannot believe one without believing the others. Either all these claims are true or none of them are true because these claims are tied to the person who's making them. Join us as we explore those claims this week. "Inside the Chapel" is part of the Sports Spectrum Podcast Network. This episode is presented by Compassion International. To learn more about Compassion and what it means to sponsor a child, visit compassion.com/sportsspectrum. RELATED PODCASTS: — Rutgers Football Chaplain Tyler Stowell – ‘Our Father In Heaven' — Broncos chaplain Reza Zadeh on ‘Becoming the G.O.A.T' — Jaguars Chaplain Maurice Williams – ‘Audience of One'

Wine for Normal People
Ep 446: Côte de Beaune of Bourgogne (Burgundy), Part 2

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:24 Very Popular


This week's show covers the southern part of the Côte de Beaune, south of Meursault. In this part of the Côte de Beaune you will find some of the most famed, stunning Chardonnay on earth. We start with a recap of episode 455 to tie these two shows together. Then we work our way through the southern half of the Côte de Beaune and the most famed Chardonnays in the world from the Montrachet family of vineyards. Like the first show, this is quite a download and we try to provide a structure for understanding this study in terroir, which sets us up well to do deeper dives on other parts of Bourgogne so we can understand the villages even better.   As in the first show, we don't need much in the notes besides this wonderful map from the Vins de Bourgogne site, but I'll throw a few things down here just for recap.   Here are the show notes: We discuss the pricing of Burgundy and why wines are so expensive. We talk about the difference between Burgundy and Napa that was sparked by a conversation on Patreon. Here is the podcast I talk about with Laurent Delaunaywhere we address some of the pricing issues. We talk a bit about the negociant system and the secondary market before moving to the communes.   _____________________________ This show covers the southern communes of the Côte de Beaune only, from Blagny to Marange    Blagny (Blaeh-NE  -- Pinot Noir) Between Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault, Blagny is a small village appellation with red wines exclusively of Pinot Noir. The majority of wine is classified as Premier Cru. Whites are permitted to be Meursault or Puligny-Montrachet, but not Blagny – since white is often better here, Blagny is not well-known because the name is only for red Blagny has steeper vineyards than most spots in Burgundy and they are at higher altitudes 340- 400 metres/1,116 -1,312 ft vineyards. In the past, vignerons didn't want to make wine in the village because it was too cool, but with climate change it is becoming more popular Blagny's Pinot is like red fruit, black fruit, sandalwood, and spice. With age which it needs because tannins can be strong, leather, pepper, cocoa, licorice, earthy, gamy notes appear.   St. Aubin: (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) Aubin is between Chassagne-Montrachet and Puligny-Montrachet, but it does not lie on the main Côte d'Or escarpment, but rather in a valley west of Chassagne. In warmer years, this cooler climate area does well, especially the top Premier cru En Remilly, Murgers des Dents de Chien (means teeth of the dog -due to the sharp stones there) and La Chatenière Aubin grows a majority of white (Chardonnay), and the best sites arecloser to Puligny and Chassagne. Common notes are white flowers, lime, flint, chalk, mineral, almond, hazelnut, orange, mineral, and cinnamon. St. Aubin blanc can be sharp in youth or can be full – depending on vintage, terroir and producer. With age the wine is more like beeswax and honey and marzipan. Whites can age up to 10 years. The Pinot Noir is has black fruit with spice and cocoa notes. The wine can be tannic in youth but becomes softer and more herbal with 5-8 years.     Puligny-Montrachet & Chassagne-Montrachet (with Meursault, termed the "Côte des blancs" or “the slope of the "whites" Puligny-Montrachet  (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir) A very small vineyard area (95 ha/235 acres) of nearly all Chardonnay –the terroir is complex in Puligny. The hillside has many different limestone, marl, and alluvial soils. The slopes face east and southeast. Four Grands Crus of Montrachet are located in the borders of Puligny.  Top Premiers Crus: Le Cailleret, Les Pucelles, Les Demoiselles, Les Combettes, Folatières The Chardonnay is known for floral, mineral, marzipan, hazelnut, lemongrass, croissant, honey, lemon curd, limeade, peach, and green apple aromas and flavors. Producers traditionally use oak fermentation and aging but the flavors are restrained. We discuss the Grands Crus, all in the southern part of the appellation: Bâtard-Montrachet (10.27 ha/25.38 acres, shared with Chassagne) and Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet (3.43 ha/8.48 acres, all in Puligny) are lower down the hill from Montrachet. The wines are honeyed and minerally, but less rich than Le Montrachet and Chevalier-Montrachet Le Montrachet (9.59 ha/ 23.7 acres, shared with Chassagne) is considered the best white wine on earth. The Grand Cru is from the ideal mid-slope. The wines are (apparently) elegant with powerful fruit, minerality, smoke, toasty aromas and flavors. Bottles start at about US$600/bottle Chevalier-Montrachet (7.48 ha/18.48 acres, only in Puligny) is nearly as good as Le Montrachet, lying at a higher elevation, with less clay Photo Credit: BIVB  Chassagne (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir) Chassagne is one of the largest communes in the Cote d'Or with 761 acres/308 ha – Chardonnay is 70% of production and Pinot Noir is 30%. With complex soils, there is a range of quality and flavor in the village wines. The Chardonnay has pronounced mineral, white flower (verbena, honeysuckle), toasted almonds, toast (from oak), and fresh butter. The wine can be like peach in riper years. They are full but always have a backbone of acidity. The Pinots are fruity with black fruit, strawberry briar, and earth notes. It is soft but has tannin and needs time to mellow. There are 55 Premier crus of varying quality, since most of the steep slopes are for Premier Crus and Grands Crus of Chardonnay, much of the Village wine on the flatter areas is Pinot Noir Grands Crus: Shared with Puligny: Bâtard Montrachet, Le Montrachet Criots-Bâtard-Montrachet: 100% in Chassagne -- 1.57 ha/3.88 acres, very small production   From the Bourgogne Website: To remember their names, here is the story they offer: The Seigneur of Montrachet set off on a crusade, entrusting his virgin daughter to his favorite Chevalier (knight). In his absence, what happened, happened, and a child was born illegitimately. On his return from the Crusades, the Seigneur discovered this Bâtard (bastard), who started to cry when he saw him. The Seigneur then said: “Criots-Bâtard!” (The bastard cries!). But he was a good man, and welcomed the child into the family with these words: “Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet” (Welcome, Bastard of Montrachet).     Santenay  (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) This is the last major village of the Côte d'Or and makes nearly all red wine, only 1/8 is Chardonnay. The orientation is still eastern and southern but here there is a shift to more southerly facing vineyards, still with limestone and clay. Santenay's Pinot Noir is earthy, with dark flower notes like rose petals, violet, red fruit and licorice. It can have lighter tannin, is acidic, and is a great intro to Burgundy that we can sort of afford. The Chardonnay is minerally and floral with great acidity, and a trace of nuts and spice. 

   Maranges MAHR-ohnjhze (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) This is where a total shift takes place and the Côte de Beaune terroir changes. In Maranges, the hills face south and southwest and the slopes become gentler, soils break down and become more of a patchwork. Gentler slopes, more heat and heavy clay lead to dark, rich wines (they were used as vins de médecin, to beef up the wines of the Côte de Nuits in bad years, so they never focused much on their own quality). Maranges is located in a different administrative department, Saône-et-Loire, where the Côte Chalonnaise lies. It's made up of three villages of Cheilly-lès-Maranges, Dezize lès-Maranges and Sampigny-lès-Maranges The Pinot Noir is fuller and darker with red preserves, black cherry, earth, licorice, pepper, and less nuance. The wines have smooth tannin, medium acidity and are similar to those of the Côte Chalonnaise. The Chardonnay is floral with minerals and honey, it is an easy drinking wine.   We hope you enjoyed the two part series on the Côte de Beaune. Lots to learn and this is just the start.     Photo Credit: BIVB  _______________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on every type of wine in a variety of price points. It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. Sign up for their daily email and buy what you want, when you want it. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $20 credit to use on your first order! Check them out today!   If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople   To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes

303Endurance Podcast
Kona Review with Lauren Vallee

303Endurance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 78:20


Last week's IRONMAN World Championship was historic on many levels. We saw the IMWC raced on the big island after a two year pandemic induced hiatus. We saw the first two-day format with the women's race Thursday and the men's Saturday. We saw records blown away including all of the top 10 pro men finishing sub 8.and an American professional champion after a 20 year stretch.   This week we have coach and age group Kona competitor Lauren Vallee joining us to review last week's historic Ironman World Championship.   Show Sponsor: UCAN Generation UCAN has a full line of nutrition products to fuel your sport. UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars and stimulants to fuel athletes.  UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products. UCAN also has hydration products focused on giving you the sodium you need when hydrating, including several clean and light flavors. Steady energy equals sustained performance and a faster finish line!   Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly!  Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co   In Today's Show Feature Interview with Lauren Vallee With>Against (valiantendurance.com) Endurance News Kona IMWC Men's Recap What's new in the 303 Asking For a Friend, Is Anything Possible to Change the IRONMAN World Championships? TriDot Mark Allen Edition Video of the Week: Lauren Vallee Upcoming Guest: Laura Killingbeck   News Sponsor Buddy Insurance: Buddy Insurance gives you peace of mind to enjoy your training and racing to the fullest. Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle.    Get on-demand accident insurance just in case the unexpected happens. Buddy ensures you have cash for bills fast.  This is accident insurance not health and life insurance.  Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account.  There's no commitment or charge to create one.  Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day.  Check it out!   Endurance News: IRONMAN World Championship   Men's Predictions: Tri-Rating Thorsten Radde Kristian Blummenfelt 30% (Podium 50%) Gustav Iden 15% (Podium 20%) Magnus Ditlev 15% (Podium 30%)   Bill's Picks: Kristian Blummenfelt Gustave Iden Collin Chartier   Rich's Picks: Kristian Blummenfelt Lionel Sanders Collin Chartier or Chris Leiferman   Pro Men's Results Gustave Iden 7:40:24 Sam Laidlow 7:42:24 Kristian Blummenfelt 7:43:23   Hawaii Ironman World Championships 2022 Results: Gustav Iden Victorious With A New Course Record Straight from the start cannon, a large pack formed, led by Sam Laidlow and Florian Angert. Despite attempts to pull away in the first half of the swim, neither were successful in building a definitive lead.   Instead, a staggering 19 pros exited the water within 15 seconds of each other, led by Angert in 48:15 and Laidlow in 48:16. This tight pack included some of the most dangerous triathletes in the field, setting up the likes of Kristian Blummenfelt, Gustav Iden, and Braden Currie in perfect position for a tactical race at the front of the field.   One minute and 15 seconds later, another large pack emerged from the water, containing even more strong cyclists capable of quickly bridging the gap. These included Igor Amorelli, Patrick Lange, Rudy Von Berg, and Magnus Ditlev.   A third and final large pack, four minutes down from the leaders, contained Matt Hanson, Chris Lieferman, Cam Wurf, Sebastian Kienle, Joe Skipper, and Lionel Sanders.   Laidlow was the one to take charge in the initial miles of the bike, setting an average pace of 27 miles per hour over the first 25 miles. Max Neumann was the only one willing to take the bait, staying just out of Laidlow's draft to avoid a penalty. Behind them, big groups stuck together as the crosswinds picked up through the lava fields. Fifty seconds down, the first chase group of 11 included Ditlev, Blummenfelt, Iden, O'Donnell, and Bakkegard; almost two minutes behind was a group of 18 that included contenders like Lange, Currie, Ben Hoffman, and Denis Chevrot.   At mile 30 on the bike, the massive groups continued through the rolling hills on the way to Hawi. With 42 men racing within 5 minutes of each other, space was hard to come by – and the referees noticed. As with the women's race on Thursday, the penalties began early and often, with Angert, Clement Mignon, Mathias Petersen, and Arnad Gilloux being the first to serve their five-minute punishment for position infractions. Leon Chevalier soon joined them for a one-minute penalty as well.   Soon, more setbacks started to snowball in the men's field. With each passing mile, Sanders saw the race get away from him as his position slipped from 4:42 down out of the water to 7:13 by mile 30. Colin Chartier, who was in the first large pack out of the swim, found it difficult to recover after an early flat tire. Lange seemed unable to jump on to the train of competitors passing him at full speed, and in a shocking twist, pre-race favorite Currie dropped from the race around mile 35.   Meanwhile, the men's race began to take shape near the base of Hawi as Ditlev went to the front of the race and took control. Behind him, Laidlow and Neumann could not match the effort, while countrymen and training partners Iden and Blummenfelt sat 30 seconds behind Ditlev, working together near mile 50.   Just after the Hawi turnaround, Laidlow reclaimed his lead, but Ditlev, Neumann, Blummenfelt, and Iden were hot on his tail. Further back, a group including Kyle Smith, Tim O'Donnell, and Jesper Svensson trailed the leaders by 2:30; 3:30 back from the leaders were Kristian Hogenhaug and Daniel Bakkegard. A big group of dangerous bike/runners sat 5 minutes behind the front pack that included Wurf, Chevalier, Skipper, Lange, Kienle, and Andreas Dreitz.   Near mile 90, disorganization plagued the chase group of Iden, Blummenfelt, Ditlev, and Neumann as they lost an additional 1:30 to the race leader, Laidlow. Further back, Wurf, Kienle, and Chevalier led a rally to try to get within striking distance of the front, putting 2:20 into the Norwegian group over a span of over 10 miles. As the race barreled toward T2, the chaos continued, with Ditlev receiving a five-minute position penalty at a time when most would be making their critical moves in a race.   Up front, Laidlow seemed to not know – or care – about what was playing out behind him. Instead, the young gun stayed focused on his own race, surging ahead. By mile 88, Laidlow's lead grew to 2:37; at mile 94, a 4:11 advantage.   Heading into T2, Laidlow smashed Cam Wurf's 2018 bike course record with a split of 4:04:36—knocking almost five minutes off the previous time. Behind him, the chase group was six minutes down, and the second chase had 8:30-9:45 to make up.   Laidlow set out on the run with a target on his back. The question then became: Would his bold bike strategy pay off, or would it end in disaster? Could he actually beat the notoriously fast Norwegian runners to the finish line? Could anyone? As the men's pro field moved through T2, the field shifted from large packs to a steady trickle. It was soon clear who had paced themselves well on the bike and who had burned their matches. Behind Laidlow, Blummenfelt and Iden led the charge, setting out at a 5:54 minute-per-mile pace to the leader's 6:13 pace. Behind them, O'Donnell and Kienle were the fastest movers in the second chase pack early in the run, along with Ditlev—finally released from his penalty.   As Laidlow made his way up the Palani climb, his pace slowed to 6:23. Iden and Blummenfelt powered on, checking their watches to ensure they were sticking to their staggeringly consistent 5:58 pace. With every footfall, they seemed to cut into Laidlow's lead. Neumann, looking to hold his own in his Kona debut, followed suit.   Slightly further back, strong runners like Kienle and Ditlev were working together as well, slowly making their way up through the top ten, through the first half of the marathon—as did Joe Skipper. At the halfway point, they found themselves in fifth and sixth place, with elder statesman Kienle offering words of encouragement to the young Dane as they ran together.   Between miles 11 and 16, the Norwegians' march toward Laidlow started to stall as the Frenchman found a way to staunch the bleeding. As he made his way out the Queen K, it seemed as if he found a pace he could comfortably sustain. At the turnaround in the infamous Energy Lab, Laidlow could see exactly where he was relative to his competition. He knew he had a lead of just over two minutes, but what he didn't know was whether or not the Norwegians had another gear. Anticipating a battle, Laidlow gathered all he could from the aid stations – cups of ice, a gallon bottle of water to douse himself on the scalding Kona pavement.   Indeed, Iden had just decided to drop his friend and training partner, pulling ahead in the Energy Lab just before mile 19, while Blummenfelt trailed behind. With less than eight miles to go, Iden broke out into 4:38 min/mi pace, laser-focused on the task ahead.   At mile 22, Iden gave Laidlow a pat on the back to let him know his time at the front was up. With a handshake and a smile, Iden made the pass, striding confidently to the finish line.   After the pass, it was the Iden show, as the Norwegian extended his lead to set a new course record with a time of 7:40:24 and a new run course record of 2:36:15. Not far behind, Sam Laidlow valiantly hung on for second place with a time that also broke the previous run record, 7:42:24. Kristian Blummenfelt would fade only slightly, but still stand on the podium with another course record time of 7:43:23.   “That was so freaking hard,” Iden said just moments after his record-setting finish. “The last 10K I was worried about the legend of the island killing me. Everything was going pretty smoothly until I caught Sam Laidlow. When I passed him, the island really tried to put me down. But I think my hat must be stronger than the legend of the island.   “That was so epic, and I'm so proud of Sam and Kristian making the podium. I'm not sure if I'm coming back here, this was too hard.”   What's New in the 303: Asking For a Friend, Is Anything Possible to Change the IRONMAN World Championships? Bill Plock Oct 12, 2022–I promise, this opinion is not rooted in sour grapes. I really think IRONMAN should consider either moving the championship race somewhere affordable with easier logistics, or go back to one day of racing and figuring out how to make it somewhat bigger and equitable for men and women. Much easier said than done.   Some have suggested having the men and women race at different times of year, in Kona, or rotating the men and women every other year. It seems to me keeping this format of a Thursday/Saturday race with 5,000 amateurs competing isn't sustainable or good for the race long term. And, I suspect it was quite hard on the island despite the economic windfall estimated at over a $100 million.   The IRONMAN World Championships is a very unique sporting event. It's really the most successful pro/am event in the world if you ask me. Sure golf tournaments usually have a VIP pro/am round before the tournament, but name a world championship where the best of all categories compete at the same time in the same venue.   What I fear with the new two day format, by more than doubling the number of participants and more than doubling the cost, the Golden Goose of triathlon will get squeezed too tight and stop laying the proverbial egg which lures age group athletes to dedicate their lives (and pocketbooks) to racing in Kona. And for marginal pro's with very little hope at a prize and footing their own bill, maybe they forgo Kona and the field shrinks?   After shopping condos for 2023 at unbelievably high prices, I know 303 probably won't be able to bring you first hand stories and celebrate the success of our well represented state of Colorado. I”m sure we aren't the only ones and I would fear, more importantly, if deserving athletes and their families forgo participating because of costs. I know that has happened over the years, but now it will probably become a reality more and more.   This race, Kona, is way more than a race. It's a celebration. It's a lifetime pursuit and a lifestyle. The red carpets are literally rolled out. Age group athletes feel like rock stars. And they are.   But the race needs folks like us, and volunteers, and fans and industry support. We all know it costs a fortune to attend the Olympics, or a Super Bowl. They are exclusive as well. But they are TV sports and most of the world is happy to watch at home. And those venues take place in large cities and are accessible by car. It's easy and affordable to be near the venue in most cases and feel the vibe. But not in Kona. You pay to get there or you don't. No drive by's happening there.   This year it seemed to go fairly “ok” logistically from all accounts but no doubt there were complaints. We were supposed to go, but our condo was mysteriously condemned due to “mold” in late July—I'm skeptical and think it went back on the market for double the rate. That's what happened to pro Joe Skipper who almost pulled out when his condo booking was revoked and they asked for three times more and he vented frustration on his IG account. https://www.instagram.com/p/Ch27WEirBdO/   I am curious how the two midnight finishes played out and if it was electric like always. I can't imagine any men racing on Saturday hung out to cheer Thursday. I was sad to miss Mike Reilly's last call. I was bummed to miss all of it.   I'm torn because I loved watching the pro women race by themselves and get the attention they deserve and race under more fair conditions without the fast age-group men interferring and having more favorable weather. But as far as a race experience, I've heard some complaints about less aid stations because of less volunteers available and a few other minor things.   Said finisher and triathlon coach Lauren Vallee who will be featured on our podcast this weekend to talk about all this, “There was a notable decrease in volunteers, but that's expected given the demand this event takes on the community. We knew in advance where aid would be and given the opportunity to plan accordingly.  The run aid stations being farther apart certainly impacted peoples days, but I decided to race with a bottle and had no issues with getting anything I needed from one station to another.”   This race is already darn hard to qualify for, now it's darn hard to afford. With so many more participants, volunteers, and spectators converging on the big island with the same amount of bed space as always, does this just make the sport that much less inclusive than it already is? There is already a correlation between the high incomes of triathletes and participation, does this just makes it worse? It must.   Condo's for 2023 have more than doubled in cost to more than $500 per night plus fees for a one bedroom. I booked a two bedroom condo for this year (the one condemned), in the same building, for $225 per night.  And I'm just a guy with laptop. I don't have race fees (which are going up substantially next year), bike transport and all that goes with racing.   I really don't fault the tourism industry, it's a free market, take what you can get, and during Covid they got pretty much nothing. Thats how it works. And IRONMAN must see a demand of people willing to pay to play, but something has to give, and it will at some point.   I get the tradition of this race and importance of its heritage, legacy and the aspiration it provides. I get the mentality of “you can't move the Boston Marathon to Las Vegas and call it the Boston Marathon.” But this is the IRONMAN World Championship. It's not the Kona World Championship. It could be somewhere else like what happens with the 70.3's.   The solution is not easy, nor do I really have one other than being open to changing something to keep it accessible to not only athletes, but to fans, supporters, volunteers and others who want this sport to have the best championship possible.   I'm just asking for a friend, posing a question of what, if anything is possible.     TriDot Mark Allen Edition - LEARN WHY THE "GREATEST OF ALL TIME" CHOSE TRIDOT AND ENTER TO WIN A LIFETIME SUBSCRIPTION TO TRIDOT & A NEW GARMIN FORERUNNER 955 SOLAR WATCH. Mark realized that the biggest limiter for coaches was the human brain's inability to assimilate that vast amount of data that were now available. The mere fact that this data was available wouldn't make his athletes better unless he was able to actually use it.   He began searching for a partner that could use data and technology to help take his coaching to the next level and deliver the most value to his athletes.   “As I was educated on what's going on behind the scenes, it thought this is mind blowing. I mean, this is groundbreaking,” said Allen. “Underneath the hood is the best engine you'll ever find in coaching. Ever. Anywhere. We are in a new era of triathlon training with TriDot. If you're not in on it, you're being left behind.”     ENTER TO WIN Grand Prize = a lifetime subscription to TriDot Mark Allen Edition & a brand new Garmin Forerunner 955 Solar watch! Six (6) Second Prizes = each winner receives six (6) months of TriDot Mark Allen Edition   Be sure to follow us on social where we'll announce the winner!     Video of the week: Lauren Vallee   Tell Us Your Story       Upcoming Guests: Adventure Writer, Laura Killingbeck, joins us to tell her story about finding freedom through cycling, finding that space to process our lives, and her amazing endurance journey to this life changing discovery. Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week.  Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment.  We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!

Your Mortgage Process
MAPS Coaching Pt. 3

Your Mortgage Process

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 16:25


This is it! We wanted to try and capture the final feedback from agents we've spoke to in both Pt. 1 and Pt. 2, in addition to the facilitator Vasha' Chevalier giving us some perspective. I wanted to try to capture some snippets and this BOLD experience was awesome! This definitely helped me realize the show's versatility with being on the road and I am ecstatic about future shows on the road. With that said, check out Week 8 at BOLD right here, right now!

A New Morning
Exploring the life of Joseph Bologne ("The Chevalier") -Writer/Director Bill Barclay

A New Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 7:35


Special one night only performance at Kleinhans with the BPO and four actors on stage; Wednesday October 19th at 7:30pm 

Banana Island Living Podcasts

The third in our series of conversations with people 75 years and over, our conversation with the royal professor could not have come at a better time - a week after Queen Elizabeth's passing.We speak with Emeritus Professor Osato Frank Giwa-Osagie, Cambridge educated obstetrician-gynaecologist and educator. Professor Giwa-Osagie is a recipient of the Adrian Stokes Memorial award from Guys Hospital Medical School, London, 1975, Chevalier du Lion, Republic of Senegal, Dakar, and a truly worthy person to walk us through the story of medical practice in Nigeria - the peaks, the troughs, and the bits in between.In this episode, we talk about:The bucket list.The old school tie (if you know you know).The real (Benin people's version) story of the sacking of the Benin Kingdom.The King (Charles) and IWhat Princess Diana saidBeing controversial and hanging the consequences - it's the age privilege thing.and then - the joke - the medical (ever so slightly smutty) joke. This episode will get you hitting the clubs - if it works so well for Prof.....Banana Island Living's InstagramBanana Island Living's TwitterSponsored by Banana Island SchoolSee More of Banana Island Living

That Time When
The Chevalier de Saint Georges was a Swordsman, Musician, and Composer (Part 1)

That Time When

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 31:05


We start off Black History Month here on that time when with a man so cool we end up declaring him the Elvis of pre-revolutionary France. I mean, when you win a swordfight that ends slavery (sort of), you've got to be up there with the coolest people, even if your dad was a bit dodgy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

TOV Church
Do It Afraid // Pastor Kent Chevalier

TOV Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 34:46


Join us this week as Pastor Kent Chevalier speaks about his testimony and his walk in faith.

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 1100 Nicole Rolet | Uncorked

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 68:41


Welcome to episode 1100, in which host Polly Hammond interviews Nicole Rolet, this week on Uncorked. This week, we are joined by the lovely and talented Nicole Rolet, CEO and driving force behind Chene Bleu. We forego wine-talk and instead jump directly into the blood, sweat, and tears of building a modern luxury brand. From solving spreadsheets and finding the right partners, to acting strategically and overcoming fear of rejection, we're talking about the non-obvious demands (and rewards!) of our industry. Let's get into it. More about today's guest: Nicole Rolet Nicole left her career in International finance and David Rockefeller's geopolitical think tanks, to join her husband Xavier and his family in the Rhone to restore a historical vineyard, derelict but magnificently wild, and its abandoned Medieval prior – a hidden gem in the heart of a UNESCO biosphere. Increasingly convinced of the site's exciting potential to produce Grand Cru-quality wine, she studied at WSET then UC Davis, and called upon her inner entrepreneur to transform this medieval Sleeping Beauty into a cutting-edge wine estate. Chêne Bleu wines were launched in 2010 to critical acclaim. She remains deeply committed to reconciling business success, social responsibility, ethical and sustainable practices, pushing the boundaries of sustainability. Knighted as Chevalier de Tastevin in Burgundy and the Echansonnerie in Chateauneuf-du-Pape, she co-founded the International Grenache Symposium and Association in 2010, then a wine school, and founded FM4FW in 2017. To learn more visit: Chene Bleu Website: https://www.chenebleu.com/ https://linktr.ee/chenebleu Insta: https://www.instagram.com/chenebleuwine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chenebleu LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-sierra-rolet-112477/ More about the host: Polly is Founder and CEO of 5forests. She splits her time between Barcelona, Auckland, and Napa, consulting, writing, and speaking about the trends that impact today's wine businesses. She's an advisor to New Zealand Trade & Enterprise, host of Uncorked with the Italian Wine Podcast, cohost of the Real Business of Wine with Robert Joseph, and, occasionally, a knitter. Polly is a graduate of the University of Southern California, where she earned degrees in International Relations and French. Those studies led to a deep and abiding love affair with behavioral Economics, and her wine work is based on insights into all the crazy and irrational reasons consumers engage with brands. With over 20 years' experience in growing successful companies, Polly knows first-hand the challenges faced by independent businesses. She approaches each client experience with empathy and understanding for what it takes to adapt and thrive in the real world. To learn more visit: Twitter: @mme_hammond Instagram: @pollyhammond_ website: https://5forests.com/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!

Fantasy Filmball with Matt & Dyl
I Watched 70 Movies from TIFF 2022!! - Our Toronto International Film Festival Recap

Fantasy Filmball with Matt & Dyl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 152:33


Welcome to Episode 15 of Fantasy Filmball with Matt & Dyl. Join two Oscar Enthusiasts as they break down the Academy Award race in terms of Fantasy Sports. On this episode, Matt gives a recap of his TIFF 2022 experience, and breaks down all the awards contenders he watched in terms of their prospects. So buckle in for a longer episode than normal, as we've got a lot to talk about. JOIN OUR DISCORD TO JOIN THE GAME OF FANTASY FILMBALL: https://discord.gg/ksKxr6QX 0:00 - 7:06 - Introduction/Most Anticipated Yet-to-Premiere Films 7:06 - 24:19 - Trailer Discussions (Babylon, I Wanna Dance With Somebody, Decision to Leave, The Fabelmans) 24:19 - 29:52 - TIFF People's Choice Award Results 29:52 - 38:53 - Thoughts on WOMEN TALKING 38:53 - 54:34 - Thoughts on the People's Choice Award Winner, THE FABELMANS 54:34 - 59:48 - Thoughts on THE SON 59:48 - 1:04:20 - Thoughts on EMPIRE OF LIGHT 1:04:20 - 1:11:50 - Thoughts on THE WHALE 1:11:50 - 1:15:02 - Thoughts on THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN 1:15:02 - 1:19:12 - Thoughts on GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY 1:19:12 - 1:25:48 - Thoughts on THE GREATEST BEER RUN EVER 1:25:48 - 1:30:14 - Thoughts on the Venice Golden Lion Winner, ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED 1:30:14 - 1:34:50 - Thoughts on BROS 1:34:50 - 1:41:30 - Thoughts on ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT 1:41:30 - 1:43:25 - Thoughts on MY POLICEMAN 1:43:25 - 1:47:36 - Thoughts on THE INSPECTION 1:47:36 - 1:51:51 - Thoughts on WENDELL & WILD 1:51:51 - 1:55:15 - Thoughts on CORSAGE 1:55:15 - 1:57:43 - Thoughts on CHEVALIER 1:57:43 - 2:01:18 - Thoughts on CAUSEWAY 2:01:18 - 2:03:12 - Thoughts on the POWER OF THE DONKEY (EO) 2:03:12 - 2:05:21 - Thoughts on THE WONDER & THE GOOD NURSE 2:05:21 - 2:07:12 - Thoughts on DEVOTION 2:07:12 - 2:13:39 - Quick Thoughts on THE PEOPLE'S JOKER, I LIKE MOVIES, WEIRD: THE AL YANKOVIC STORY, THE SWIMMERS, SAINT OMER 2:13:39 - 2:28:22 - Matt's TIFF Awards & Nominations 2:28:22 - 2:32:31 - Conclusion

Cinematary
Monterey Pop (Concert Movies)

Cinematary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 66:41


Part 1: Zach talks about movies he saw this week at TIFF, including: The Woman King, Chevalier, All Quiet on the Western Front and The Fabelmans.Part 2 (28:40): The group continues their concert movies series with 1968's Monterey Pop.See movies discussed in this episode here.Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel.Also follow us on:FacebookTwitterLetterboxd

Tech&Co
Lucas Chevalier, cofondateur d'Eovolt – 14/09

Tech&Co

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 6:19


Lucas Chevalier, cofondateur d'Eovolt, était l'invité de François Sorel dans Tech & Co, ce mercredi 14 septembre. Il est revenu sur la dernière levée de fonds de sa société pour tripler sa production de vélos électriques pliants, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au jeudi et réécoutez la en podcast.

SOUVENIRS D'ENFANT
Rediff PIERRE ROSENBERG : "le pharmacien de Duras qui m'a fait passer la ligne de démarcation, il fallait que je dise "c'est mon papa"

SOUVENIRS D'ENFANT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 12:10


Commandeur de la Légion d'honneur  Chevalier de l'ordre national du Mérite  Commandeur des Palmes académiques  Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres… je m'arrête là mais la liste est bien plus longue.  L'homme que vous allez entendre aujourd'hui est  un grand Historien d'Art et collectionneur Français. Voici PIERRE ROSENBERG, 86 ans qui nous raconte son enfance pendant la guerre.      Merci infiniment à Pierre d'avoir pris le temps de nous partager une peu de sa mémoire pour Souvenirs d'enfant, et merci d'autant plus qu'il  est un homme très occupé. Pour ceux qui ne le connaitraient pas, Pierre Rosenberg, membre de l'Académie Française, entre autres, est un collectionneur féru d'art ancien. Après avoir obtenu une  licence en droit et un diplôme de l'Ecole du Louvre, il entre comme assistant au département des peintures du musée du Louvre et y occupera moult fonctions  jusqu'au poste de conservateur général chargé de la direction du département des peintures.      La collection de Pierre  est aujourd'hui reconnue comme l'une des plus importante collection de peintures et dessin au monde. Elle est d'ailleurs à l'origine de la création du futur Musée du Grand Siècle, un  Musée dédié à l'art français du 17è siècle, qui sera inauguré en 2025 sur les terres de Saint Cloud.  Pierre Rosenberg y a fait don de l'intégralité de sa collection, pour la partager avec le public.        Merci à vous d'avoir écouté, merci d'être fidèle à SOUVENIRS D'ENFANT, merci d'être au rendez-vous tous les quinze jours, je vois que mes écoutes augmentent de semaine en semaine, c'est plutôt très bon signe, signe que souvenirs d'enfant a vraiment trouvé sa place aujourd'hui parmi tous les podcasts du marché.  -------------

Busy Kids Love Music
The Classical Era

Busy Kids Love Music

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:21


We are continuing our series on the four major music periods of Western classical music by learning about...the Classical Era! Confused? We use ‘classical music' (small C) as an umbrella term for Western instrumental, orchestral and choral (sung) music. But the Classical (big C!) era refers specifically to music that was composed between the years 1750 and 1820. This is the second of the 4 major periods, and many of the most well-known composers of all-time, such as Beethoven and Mozart, wrote during this period. Be sure to check out all the links I've included below to learn more about some of the composers from this period that we've discussed previously on the podcast. Links Mentioned in this Episode: Episode 78: The Baroque Era Previous Episodes About Classical Composers: Episode 17: Haydn – Musical Prankster Episode 31: Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges Episode 36: The Life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Episode 11: The Symphony Episode 12: Beethoven's Nine Symphonies Music Heard in this Episode: Mozart - The Piano Sonata No 16 in C major Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Mozart Joseph Haydn - Piano Concerto No. 11 in D major, Hob. XVIII/11 - Mikhail Pletnev Beethoven: 1. Sinfonie ∙ hr-Sinfonieorchester ∙ Andrés Orozco-Estrada Music Listening Schedule for Episode 79 I've created a YouTube playlist for you that includes music from today's episode as well as additional music from the Classical Era. You can view the videos I've complied here.

NIGHT-LIGHT RADIO
Knights Templar, Holy Grail, with Sir Laurence Gardner & Host Zohara Hieronimus

NIGHT-LIGHT RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 34:00


Laurence Gardner, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, is a constitutional historian, international lecturer and broadcaster. Distinguished in Europe as the Chevalier de St. Germain, he is Presidential Attaché to the European Council of Princes and the appointed Jacobite Historiographer Royal. In Scotland he is Prior of the Sacred Kindred of Saint Columba and Preceptor of the Knights Templars of St. Anthony. In the popular literary world of revisionist history, Laurence is a UK Top-10 and internationally bestselling author, with national press serialization and acclaimed works in many languages. His books include ‘Bloodline of the Holy Grail', ‘Realm of the Ring Lords', ‘Genesis of the Grail Kings' and the forthcoming ‘Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark'. In Realm of the Ring Lords: The Myth and Magic of the Grail Quest by Laurence Gardner, The magical history of the Ring Lords, alluded to in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, has been largely consigned to legend and half-remembered battles between good and evil. Shrouded in supernatural enigma, its legacy lives on in fascinating tales of fairies, elves, witches, and vampires. Why do we sense deeper truths behind the mysteries of the Ring and the Grail? Why have their common enhancements been distorted and hidden?  The ancient guardians of our culture have never featured positively in academic teachings, for they were the Shining Ones: the real progenitors of our heritage. Instead, their reality was quashed from the earliest days of Inquisitional suppression and the literal diminution of their figures caused a parallel diminishing of their history. Originally Recorded in 2004.   Hosted by Dr. Zohara Hieronimus. Produced by Hieronimus & Co. for 21st Century Radio®.  Edited version provided to Nightlight Radio with permission.  

Greater LA
More Angelenos are buying homes amid lower prices, higher interest rates

Greater LA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 23:09


Asking prices have been falling for many Southern California homes over the last few months. Is this a blip or a sign of a long-term trend? The Los Angeles Public Library has millions of books at more than 70 branches. But it also loans out several non-book items — all you need is a (free) library card. It's not too late to catch up on summer reading — and look ahead to titles coming out this fall. Katie Orphan of Chevalier's Books recommends “Pink Hotel” “The Long Answer,” “Bad City,” and more.

Democratic Perspective » Podcast Feed
Chevalier, Oliphant Interview – Podcast September 5, 2022

Democratic Perspective » Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 43:45


The Yavapai College Curriculum: Addition And Subtraction With An Emphasis On Division. Addition of resources for the Prescott and Prescott Valley campuses. Subtraction of leadership and courses for the Verde Valley campuses. And division between the taxpayers on the east … Continue reading →

Purple Patch Podcast
Special Edition: Racing the Haute Route Alps - STAGE 3 - Serre Chevalier Briançon to Les 2 Alpes

Purple Patch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 7:08 Very Popular


Welcome to day four of our Haute Route coverage as Matt and his Team push forward on stage 3 of the 7-day journey from Nice to Megève. Stage 3, titled ALL FOR THE VIEWS, promised the picturesque landscape of the Écrins mountains and it most definitely delivered, but Matt suffers a minor setback along the way and has to adapt mid-climb. Matt gives us a look at the challenges of the day, the status of his teammates, a nice surprise from Stage 2, and what to expect as they move on to Stage 4. Be sure to check out our daily video breakdown of the day, every day, and follow us on all of our social media platforms for coverage of Matt's Journey. We'll have plenty of insights and observations from Matt along the way. Episode Timestamps Purple Patch Video Podcast and More Learn More About The Haute Route FREE Live Webinar - Free Speed Training Camp - 2022 St.George Triathlon Camp Training Camp - 2023 Kona Triathlon Camp Purple Patch Coaching Consultation Training Camp - 2022 St.George Triathlon Camp The Purple Patch Center is Open - Learn More and Schedule a Visit Purple Patch and Episode Resources This episode is sponsored by our collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch - Receive 20% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO20 Ask Matt Anything - Leave a voicemail question for Matt Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Join Bike Squad - Don't just exercise and work out; learn to train with our structured online cycling program Join Run Squad - Increase your running performance through our progressive, multi-sport approach to running Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Purple Patch Swim Analysis Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events

Cedille Records
Ep. 55: Rachel Barton Pine / Violin Concertos by Black Composers Through the Centuries

Cedille Records

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 91:00


On this episode of Classical Chicago, Cedille President Jim Ginsburg talks with violinist Rachel Barton Pine about Violin Concertos by Black Composers Through the Centuries: 25th anniversary edition. The album features Pine's new recording of Florence Price's Violin Concerto No. 2, with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra & Jonathon Heyward, and reprises her 1997 Cedille recording of concertos by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges; José White Lafitte; and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.

Super U Podcast
Chef Thomas Keller

Super U Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 16:42


Chef Thomas Keller is renowned for his culinary skills and high standards. He has established a collection of restaurants that sets a new paradigm within the hospitality profession, including The French Laundry, in Napa Valley, and Per Se, in New York, among others. He is the first and only American-born chef to hold multiple three-star ratings from the prestigious Michelin Guide, as well as the first American male chef to be designated a Chevalier of The French Legion of Honor. He has received countless accolades, including The Culinary Institute of America's “Chef of the Year” Award and the James Beard Foundation's “Outstanding Chef” and “Outstanding Restaurateur” Awards. He holds an honorary Doctor's in Culinary Arts from The Culinary Institute of America. Chef Keller led a team from the U.S. to its first-ever gold medal in the Bocuse d'Or, a prestigious biannual competition that is regarded as the Olympics of the culinary world. With more than 1.5 million copies of his cookbooks in print, he is the author of six cookbooks, including the recently released, The French Laundry, Per Se.   5x #1 Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached over 50 million people this past decade. He was voted the 2nd Most Likable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling.   Have Erik speak at your conference: eq@equalman.com   Motivational Speaker | Erik Qualman has inspired audiences at FedEx, Chase, ADP, Huawei, Starbucks, Godiva, FBI, Google, and many more on Digital Leadership.   Learn more at https://equalman.com

Les Nuits de France Culture
Le Roman du cinéma de Claude-Jean Philippe 13/15 : La carrière américaine de Maurice Chevalier dans les films d'Ernst Lubitsch

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 32:00


durée : 00:32:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - Dans le 13ème volet de son "Roman du cinéma" en quinze épisodes réalisé en 1985, Claude-Jean Philippe s'intéresse aux films américains de Maurice Chevalier, dont "Parade d'amour" réalisé par Ernst Lubitsch en 1930. - invités : Claude-Jean Philippe auteur, réalisateur et producteur de télévision et de radio

The Harrowing of Minerva Damson
CHEVALIER Wrap-Up

The Harrowing of Minerva Damson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 66:20


We crossed another finish line, folks! Time to cool our heels and reflect on the mad dash behind us--and the next leg of the race ahead. Join us as we discuss the journey so far, the addition of our newest team member, and the trials and triumphs of getting CHEVALIER out into the world. We also answer such questions as: Do we have any sponsors? Will the cat on our cover ever make a reappearance? How many of us are band kids, and is there a single true drama kid among us?Tune in to find out and learn more about the Ordinal Timeline, future projects, and the crew behind The Harrowing of Minerva Damson. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-harrowing-of-minerva-damson. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Milkshaker
REDIFFUSION Épisode 4 – Emilie CHEVALIER : 11 idées reçues sur l'allaitement maternel, Vrai / Faux

Milkshaker

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 40:09


Pour une première rediffusion de cette pause estivale, je vous propose de revenir à l'un des tout premiers épisodes de Milkshaker.J'avais invité Emilie Chevallier, IBCLC à bousculer avec moi 11 idées reçues qui circulent sur l'allaitement maternel.C'est le coeur du projet Milkshaker et cet épisode est pour moi une superbe base si on a un projet allaitement ou si on souhaite de renseigner et/ou se mettre à jour.Alors aujourd'hui c'est un épisode informatif +++ !! Je suis ravie d'échanger à cette occasion avec une spécialiste de l'allaitement : Émilie CHEVALIER.Émilie est consultante en lactation IBCLC : ce qui est un gage de qualité dans la profession.Dans ce tout premier épisode avec une professionnelle, MILKSHAKER passe en revue 11 idées reçues qui circulent sur l'allaitement maternel, et vous explique succinctement ce qui est vrai /faux, et pourquoi.De mon coté , j'essaie de poser les questions comme si je ne savais pas du tout, c'est mon coté actrice studio

The Giles Files
TERRANCE MCKNIGHT: CONCERT BLACK

The Giles Files

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 29:57


Mozart, Haydn and Rachmaninoff - not you jam? Well they will be after you check out our guest, WQXR radio host Terrance McKnight. Terrance drops some knowledge on us about how the Moors in 16th century Spain were the original hit makers of what we now call classical music. We also learn of Joseph Bologne, the Chevalier de Saint Georges: a mulatto, Marie Antoinette's best boo, the rock star of his day in 18th century France and Mozart's idol - he was crazy jealous of the brother! So boogie on down to Baroque town and pizzicato your way to the surprisingly colorful origins in classical music.  To get 10% off your first month at Better Help, ➡️ www.betterhelp.com/gilesfiles Or use discount code, “GILESFILES” at checkout. Follow Nancy Giles: https://hurrdatmedia.com/the-giles-files-links/ A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on: https://hurrdatmedia.com/ See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

You're Missing Out
Love Me Tonight (1932) w/ Kyle Reid Hass & Jeremy Swanton (Hass & Swanton)

You're Missing Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 126:58


"You Could Watch it for Hours and Still Want More!!" The musical theatre duo of Hass & Swanton return to the show to talk about the most famous movie musical starring the famous musical star Maurice Chevalier (which most musical fans probably still haven't heard of). We'll talk Richard Rogers, Chevalier, Rouben Mamoulian, and Pepe Le Pew.Next week:Dodsworth w/ Jessica Pickens (rent it here)Hosts:Michael NataleTwitterLetterboxd Tom LorenzoTwitterLetterboxd Producer:Kyle LamparTwitter Guest:Kyle Reid Hass & Jeremy SwantonYouTube Follow the Show:TwitterInstagramWebsite Music by Mike Natale

Laurent Gerra
PÉPITE - Les retards de la SNCF vus par Chevalier Et Laspales

Laurent Gerra

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 2:46


Chez la SNCF, il ne faut pas rigoler avec certains mots, comme "retards" ou encore "neige". Mais quand le duo Chevalier Et Laspales s'en mêle, c'est à ne rien y comprendre... Tout l'été, chaque jour du lundi au vendredi, retrouvez en podcast une des meilleures imitations de Laurent Gerra.

Toucher & Rich
Brian Regan Joins Toucher & Rich // The Stack - 6/22 (Hour 4)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 43:31


- Brian Regan join Toucher and Rich to promote his show this Friday at the Chevalier theater. - More from Cutlery Corner! - THE STACK CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @fredtoucher | @KenGriffeyRules Instagram: @Toucherandrichofficial | @fredtoucher Twitch: twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram