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Shop Talk covers an article from CNN Business regarding an 8-week experiment implementing a 4-day work week. Caught My Eye encourages anyone in San Francisco to go see “The Empire Strips Back” in Chinatown. It is a burlesque performance featuring Star Wars characters. Also, the Candy Funhouse is looking for a Chief Candy Officer or CCO! You must taste 3,500 pieces of candy per month! Leo Fender, famous for the Fender Guitar is our Business Birthday. Finally, John gets an Apple Watch!We're all business. Except when we're not.Apple Podcasts: apple.co/1WwDBrCSpotify: spoti.fi/2pC19B1iHeart Radio: bit.ly/2n0Z7H1Tunein: bit.ly/1SE3NMbStitcher: bit.ly/1N97ZquGoogle Podcasts: bit.ly/1pQTcVWPandora: pdora.co/2pEfctjYouTube: bit.ly/1spAF5aAlso follow Tim and John on:Facebook: www.facebook.com/focusgroupradioTwitter: www.twitter.com/focusgroupradioInstagram: www.instagram.com/focusgroupradio
Cameron had his choice of any movie out of the Shaw Scope Vol. 1 box set and he chose Chinatown a kid, a film that neither of us had seen before. The convo goes all over this week as we discuss the movie and also Popeyes, amber alerts, Sega Genesis music, Mortal Kombat, Lightyear, Cameron tells his insidious story and LOTS of hip hop discussions are had. We hope you enjoy the show! All Our Links - https://linktr.ee/homevideohustlepodcast Support The Show On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/homevideohustle Watch Us On YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfN67zqLBcbJNJw1cHI0Hlw Get HVH Merch - https://www.teepublic.com/user/hvhpodcast Music By: Trade Voorhees - http://tradevoorhees.com/ Promo: The History of Bad Ideas Podcast - https://historyofbadideas.libsyn.com/ Age Of Radio Website - https://www.ageofradio.org/homevideohustle/ Be sure to check out untidyvenus.etsy.com and use promo code "HUSTLE" to get 15% off some bomb artwork! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Police have opened an attempted murder investigation in Chinatown. HPD says someone was struck with a vehicle and then attacked by a group of people. Authorities said this incident is linked to a man who threatened a group of women with a machete. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On July 15, Ma Kaing was shot and killed outside her home in the East Colfax neighborhood. The mother, restaurateur, and beloved community member was the latest victim of gun violence in Denver. But soon after Kaing's death, her community came forward with serious concerns over the effectiveness of 911 calls made from the Denver neighborhood that sits on the border of Aurora. Today, host Bree Davies sits down with Denver Post reporter Noelle Phillips to talk 911 call centers, emergency response, gun violence, and East Colfax's unsteady relationship with their councilwoman. Read more of Noelle Phillips's reporting on the East Colfax community tragedy in the Denver Post. A GoFundMe has been set up to support Ma Kaing's family. For more on the removal of the racist Chinatown plaque Bree mentioned, here's the report from Rocky Mountain PBS. Listen to our episode with Dr. Wei from last August to learn more about Denver's lost Chinatown. Casa Bonita is back in the news this week, and you know we're all over it. Get the latest in today's CCD newsletter: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ Follow us on Twitter @citycastdenver Leave us a voicemail with your name and neighborhood, and you might hear it on the show: (720) 500-5418 Looking to advertise on City Cast Denver? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our Guest: Jan McGrath www.meimeimandarin.weebly.com www.TellMeAStoryAgain.weebly.comFind a free literary database containing the books we’ve discussed here:Links on our website are often affiliate links- they don’t cost you any extra to use but they greatly help support the costs of running this site. Find the affiliate links from this episode please click here. Thank you!Featured books in this episode:Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow Wives and Daughters by Elizabeth Gaskell Silas Marner by George Eliot David Copperfield by Charles DickensNorth and South by Elizabeth GaskellThe Story About Ping by Marjorie Flack, illustrated by Kurt WieseFive Chinese Brothers by Claire Huchet Bishop, illustrated by Kurt WieseThe Seven Chinese Brothers by Margaret MahyGai See: What You Can See in Chinatown by Roseanne Thong, illustrated by Yangsook Choi Little Pear by Eleanor Frances Lattimore and illustrated by LattimoreFish in the Air by Kurt WiseKite Flying by Grace LinDim Sum for Everyone by Grace LinThe Legend of the Willow Plate by Alvin R. TresseltEmpty Pot by DemiThe Greatest Treasure by DemiThe Good Earth by Pearl S. BuckTikki Tikki Tembo by Arlene Mosel, illustrated by Blair LentTo Grandmother's House: A Visit to Old-Town Beijing (English and Mandarin Chinese Edition) by Douglas Keister Thank You, Meiling (A Manners Children's Book) by Linda Talley, illustrated by Itoko MaenoDreaming in Chinese: Mandarin Lessons In Life, Love, And Language by Deborah FallowsHere are some other images related to the episode:Calamityware (Ambre’s red mug)“The Jasmine Song” a Chinese folk song traditionally known as “Mo Li Hua”Are you doing a Heritage History Stream? For which country? We’d love to hear what you’re reading!-If your kids/teens have a book they would like to pitch to our community, please submit their brief reviews to StoriesFromTheAshesPodcast@gmail.com. Include their first name, last initial, and age. Thank you! (It’s absolutely fine to submit a review for a book we reviewed already in an episode- we want to hear their voices!)GIVEAWAY DETAILS: For every 5 reviews left, we will give away a book recommended on one of our podcasts! To enter, leave a review on your podcast player of choice or in the comments here and email StoriesFromTheAshesPodcast@gmail.com! This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.reshelvingalexandria.com
Tourists leaving negative reviews of Gastown and Chinatown on TripAdvisor, Downtown BIA responds Nolan Marshall, President & CEO, Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association responds to a wide array of negatives reviews left on TripAdvisor by tourists who have visited Vancouver's Gastown and Chinatown neighbourhoods. Tourists leave poor reviews on TripAdvisor warning others to avoid Vancouver's Chinatown neighbourhood We continue our coverage of Chinatown and the many poor reviews left on TripAdvisor by visiting tourists. Our show contributor Jawn Jang checked in with Lorraine Lowe, the Executive Director at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Classical Chinese Garden.. Lorraine says those poor TripAdvisor reviews are just a glimpse at the bigger issue plaguing Vancouver. Park Board commissioner John Coupar steps down as NPA mayoral candidate Here to answer what's next for the NPA and Vancouver's upcoming 2022 municipal election is Frances Bula, Urban Issues and Politics writer for The Globe + Mail History repeats itself when it comes to the DTES Mike Howell, Glacier Media Investigates Team and Writer at Vancouver Is Awesome has covered the neighbourhoods of Vancouver's Chinatown, Gastown and downtown eastside for two decades. He discusses the history of the neighbourhoods, how they've come to be and the past attempts of revitalization. The Wrap: Why doesn't anybody want to work?! Is appointment viewing a thing of the past? This week on The Wrap: Leah Holiove - TV Reporter and Radio Host Sarah Daniels - Real Estate agent in South Surrey; author and broadcaster Topics Why doesn't anybody want to work? Is appointment viewing a thing of the past?
Way out west, Perth is enjoying its moment in the sun. The city's mojo is positively seductive, with a fizzy sweep of fresh temptations and grand triumphs of urban regeneration, redefining the urban platter. First impressions count and one of the best ways to find your feet is to join one of Oh Hey WA's irrepressible walking tours. Under the command of the equally irrepressible Adie Chapman, who has been operating these tours for nine years, a walkabout with Adie and her vivacious troupe of guides is a sure-fire way to get a dynamic sense of the city's spunk and sparkle. www.ohheywa.com.au My enthralling 90 minute walking tour traversed a variety of themes, from riveting street art and storied architecture to exciting new public spaces and hidden laneways laden with libations. The enhanced presence of indigenous street art is most conspicuous and Adie led me to one of the most uplifting specimens, the spectacular rainbow serpent, slithering along the walls of a laneway. Other shining lights of urban laneway regeneration include the trail-blazing Wolf Lane (with its wondrously large murals), Brookfield Place behind St. George's Terrace, bursting with swish culinary offerings, and the hidden gem of Howard Lane. After ripping up the asphalt, the lane's original cobblestones were delightfully rediscovered. It's also where you can enjoy the ultimate example of a signage-free saloon, Helvetica Bar, housed in a small brick storehouse, brimming with character and whiskies. The locals love it because they offer a bottle-keep service, whereby you can resume your intake from the same bottle on return visits to the bar. Then there's old-school Perth that has been strikingly repurposed. Beneath the soaring archways of the majestic State Buildings, new life courses through the venerable cluster of heritage buildings in Cathedral Square. Reinvigorated as a compelling hub of retail and hospitality, the three interconnected properties sat empty for 20 years, before being reborn as COMO The Treasury and its alluring slate of hospo destinations like Petition, Long Chim and Wildflower. Best coffee in Perth? Paying homage to the building's previous life as a post office, you can't beat a brew to go from Telegram Coffee. Strolling down the retail artery of Hay Street Mall, Adie pointed out to me a clutch of heritage buildings, like the sublime wrought-iron blockbuster of the Savoy Hotel, awaiting regeneration. Then there's the kitschy novelty of the London Court shopping arcade. Built for gold miner and financier Claude de Bernales, London Court was designed as an extravagant salute to Tudor England, modelled on London's Liberty department store. makes for an atmospheric shopping arcade, connecting with Hay St Mall. At the Mall entrance, admire the clock face which is a replica of the “Great Clock” in Rouen, France. The clock chimes every quarter hour, unleashing four knights to circle the window. Meanwhile, at the St. Georges Terrace end of the arcade, the clock face is a replica of “Big Ben”, and St. George does battle with a dragon. Barflies rejoice. Over the past decade, liquor licensing changes have spawned a profusion of small bars, setting up trade and re-energising dishevelled alleys. Chic cocktail spots, cosy boltholes and speakeasy bars bubble away in their tucked away hidey-holes. Adie ushered me to Alfred's Pizzeria, a New York gangster-style pizza bar, tucked away in a Barrack St basement, this six year old establishment has a strong and playful escapist streak – and the pizza is divine. You can order it by the slice. The drinks list is tailored to pizza consumption, with an extensive craft beer, wine, gin, whisky and rum list. Stake out Globe Bar, which has re-energised the original landmark hotel, now featuring a vertical garden, heritage brick wall, timber floorboards and supreme mural work. It's a trendy spot for casual bites and drinks, with 25 beers on tap. In Queen Street, I loved The Flour Factory, fusing together a New York Deli with a Spanish Bodega cocktail bar across three levels of a former 100-year old flour mill. With over 150 types of gin on offer, if you're feeling indecisive, just spin the gin wheel to place your order. The Perth City Link project has reconnected the CBD with the bohemian hotbed of Northbridge for the first time in a century in recent years. Severed by the swath of railway lines leading to Perth Station, the inner-city neighbourhood has been readmitted into the city centre's clutch by sinking the railway tracks and undergrounding the bus station, reclaiming over four hectares of high quality public spaces, including the enticingly designed, art-filled meeting place of Yagan Square. Northbridge has long been a popular playground for night owls, home to many of Perth's best nightclubs and ethnic eateries. The hospo scene is constantly resetting the table, but some of the local stars in the line-up include Joe's Juice Joint. Off the laneway and down the stairs, this rock ‘n roll den beckons as your classic dive bar – fried chicken, cheese burgers, pinball, a serious backbar, a cracking beer selection and a classic rock playlist. Also in the Chinatown precinct, Sneaky Tony's. A homage to infamous rum-runner Tony “the hat”, Sneaky Tony's is a prohibition bar with shelves bursting with liquid gold. With over 300 bottles of rum from all corners of the globe, pull up a stool and let them pour you a dram. Another show-stopping stop is Ezra Pound Bar on Northbridge's Williams Lane. This intimate haunt with exposed-brick walls & a 1920s aesthetic serves up splendid cocktails & craft beer. Born out of a desire to recreate the small bars of Melbourne, lurking down darkened laneways, there's a very heavy nod towards the speakeasies of the prohibition era thrown in to complement its secluded setting. Open since 2009, it is one of Perth's oldest small-bars and a perennial locals' favourite. Whistle up a Negroni at this cultural institution – it would have to be the best I've ever had. Tucked below the verdant oasis of King's Park, make a lunch date with Cooee Perth, a ritzy riverfront venue, housed in the old Swan Brewery. After savouring a delicious chicken terrine, I succumbed to the most marvellous Toffee Pudding. Some startlingly ambitious regeneration projects have defined the heart of Perth. None more so than the Elizabeth Quay waterfront development, reawakening and accentuating the city's focus on the iconic Swan River. Think Sydney's Darling Harbour and you'll get a feel for how transformative this project has been. Spanning nearly 10 hectares of blue-ribbon riverfront land, the multi-billion dollar project boasts a split level promenade wrapped around an inlet, lively new public spaces including the nautical playground, walking trails, retail and hospitality offerings and exciting new entertainment venues. Ritz-Carlton Perth takes pride of place, perched over the glittery new horseshoe-shaped Elizabeth Quay waterfront precinct. From the pink-hued exterior glass symbolising Western Australia's pink Argyle diamonds to the 10,000 blocks of Kimberley sandstone that define the walls of the radiant lobby, in addition to the rich polished timbered interiors, this splendid new high-end hotel is a triumph of craftsmanship. My spacious king room, with its sweeping floor to ceiling windows, afforded panoramic views across to the Swan River and the new city landmark, Swan Bells, a set of 18 bells suspended inside a specially built 82-metre-high copper and glass campanile. My enormously sized bathroom was loaded with luxurious accoutrements, from the half egg-shaped bathtub, to the Frette bathrobes and exclusive Asprey of London toiletries. Perth's credentials as a culinary capital are on full display at the on-site signature restaurant, Hearth. For the five-star experience, dive into the Taste of Hearth degustation menu with expert pairings of exemplary West Australian wines to complement the state's magnificent produce. From the gorgeous infinity pool and bar overlooking Elizabeth Quay to the sumptuous spa with Balinese overtones, Ritz-Carlton Perth is the complete five-star package, underpinned by polished, outgoing and welcoming staff service. www.ritzcarlton.com/perth I crossed the Swan River to Birdswood to meet up with Nick Abraham from Warrang-Bridil, who offers a fascinating indigenous walking tour that seeks to ‘close the gap' on knowledge and understanding of the Nyoongar people's vast heritage. Translated from Nyoongar language, Warrang-Bridil means “enlighten to acknowledge.” Soothingly, soulfully charismatic, Nick was eager to disarm my fellow guests that his tour “isn't about blame and shame.” Rather, over the course of the following hour we gleaned so many indelible insights about the Nyoongar, their relationship with the land and river, the immense challenges they have faced and the renaissance in indigenous culture and understanding, in these parts. As we strolled the shores of the gleaming Derbal Yerrigan (Swan River), Nick's easy patter spilled forth with so many illuminating anecdotes. I was struck by his insights on the revered rainbow serpent and how a shocked family member supposedly saw one, just days before their grandfather lost his life in the exact same spot of the river. Backdropped by the striking beauty of Optus Stadium, Nick imparted his commanding knowledge on how Nyoongar cultural influence has been deeply threaded into the stadium's design (which resembles a giant swan nest) and the equally eye-grabbing Matagarup Bridge. Open just four years and connecting the stadium to East Perth, the striking design of flowing steel arches represents a pair of black and white swans, the coming together of diverse cultures, while also resembling the deified rainbow serpent, steeped in Nyoongar culture. You can climb to the top of the bridge, taking in the sparkling vista 72 metres above the water, before zip-lining your way down! Nick's tour concluded with a spiritual smoking ceremony, whereby your negative energy is banished by the burning fire, allowing positive energy to take fly. The aromatic experience of those burning eucalyptus leaves is quite profound. Nick joked that he's frequently asked to smoke visiting sports teams, and after smoking Collingwood recently, they've been on a winning blitz in the AFL! There's no better way to enrich a trip to Perth, than to take a tour with Nick. https://www.warrang-bridil.com.au/ Air New Zealand has daily direct flights between Auckland and Perth. If you want to lie flat and get some rest in Economy, the Skycouch is the way to go, especially if you're travelling with the family. Sit, spread out, or lie down and snooze. Share the space with a partner or children, or keep it all for yourself. Bag a fare and seat to suit at www.airnewzealand.co.nz To maximise the magic of a getaway in WA, the official tourism website is packed with constantly updated guidance and inspiration. Have a golden time out west. www.westernaustralia.com Mike Yardley is our resident traveller on Jack Tame Saturday Mornings.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Howell, Glacier Media Investigates Team and Writer at Vancouver Is Awesome has covered the neighbourhoods of Vancouver's Chinatown, Gastown and downtown eastside for two decades. He discusses the history of the neighbourhoods, how they've come to be and the past attempts of revitalization.
We continue our coverage of Chinatown and the many poor reviews left on TripAdvisor by visiting tourists. Our show contributor Jawn Jang checked in with Lorraine Lowe, the Executive Director at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Classical Chinese Garden.. Lorraine says those poor TripAdvisor reviews are just a glimpse at the bigger issue plaguing Vancouver.
Let's Have This Conversation has reached a crossroads. This episode marks the end of another season of telling compelling stories about the lives of Chinese American women and braving intergenerational challenges to land at a place of acceptance and understanding. Our next season will begin soon and already we're very excited about the next chapter because as always, we are committed and invested in telling stories that resonate and move us. Today, we share what we've been thinking and where we want to go as well as what we've been up to during our break. During today's conversation we focus on the current “We are Bruce Lee: Under the Sky, One Family” exhibit. Information about the Bruce Lee exhibit at the Chinese Historical Society of America in San Francisco's Chinatown: https://chsa.org https://www.wearebrucelee.org
Nolan Marshall, President & CEO, Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association responds to a wide array of negatives reviews left on TripAdvisor by tourists who have visited Vancouver's Gastown and Chinatown neighbourhoods.
New York Magazine's diner-at-large Tammie Teclemariam is on a mission to try as many New York restaurants as possible in one year for her newsletter "The Year I Ate New York." She's now about halfway through her culinary journey, and had many tricks and suggestions to share from her piece "200 Restaurants, 100 Tips," which includes advice like where to find the best dive bars, and what ice cream in New York reigns supreme. She joins us to discuss, and to take your calls on your best dining tips and tricks. In case you missed it, here's our full list of recommendations, from Tammie and the All Of It listeners: Cesar's Empanadas Truck, Fort Greene Shukette, Chelsea Hummus Bar, Midwood Terre, Park Slope LaRina, Fort Greene Macosa Trattoria, Bed-Stuy Marea, Columbus Circle Betty Bakery, Boerum Hill Blossom, University Place Place des Fetes, Clinton Hill Tacos el Bronco, Sunset Park Sahara East, East Village Keki Modern Cakes, Chinatown Eataly, Flatiron Dante, West Village D'Antan, Crown Heights
Anisha discusses her weekend trip to San Francisco. She visits her friend's ritzy family home in Silicon Valley. She and her sister also go to a kink festival with their gay friends. The trip ends with Anisha getting chased by a pigeon at a restaurant in Chinatown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Will and Norm welcome filmmaker and author, Patrick Chen and Henry Chang to discuss their new short film called A Father's Son adapted from Henry's crime novels about Chinatown gangs and the protagonist Detective Jack Yu. We dive into the real life gang stories from their upbringing that inspired the books and film. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25 You can support Patrick and Henry here: Link to the NY premiere https://www.aaiff.org/aaiff45/chinatown-beat-closing-night-screening-reception Discount code: AAIFF45_ly4nat Det. Jack Yu social media https://linktr.ee/DetectiveJackYuOfficial Director's info https://linktr.ee/chenxihao --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/luckyboys/support
Recorded live from the Virgil Abloh Maybach parked on a street in Chinatown, the boys discuss their lifter energy, dumpster diving for Yeezy Gap, Yeezy Day, Kanye's grievances, the sights and smells of Chinatown, the perfect AC settings, tabletop dancers, Subway's lack of QA, and graphic designers ruining the world the live in. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Mayor Rick Blangiardi announced plans Tuesday for six affordable projects spread across the island that are slated to add nearly 1,000 units to Oahu's inventory over the next five years. “I operate with a sense of urgency, as does our whole team,” Blangiardi said. “We want to get as much happening as we possibly can and we feel really confident about our ability to do so.” In addition to Aiea, plans are in the works for complexes in Waialua, McCully, Halawa, Kailua, and Chinatown.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Sixers recently announced plans to build a new arena in Center City. It would be located in the Fashion District and right next to Chinatown. It would be called 76 Place, and it's being targeted for a 2031 opening. It's a long time away and a lot can happen between now and then, but we wanted to ask a few questions anyway. What would it look like? How would it change Center City? How would it impact the neighborhood? We asked all these questions and more to Harris Steinberg, Executive Director of the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Benjamin pulled open the brown paper bag and threw the nylon chords onto the floor. One by one, the customers hands were tied behind them. Then their feet. With many thanks to Tingying Dong and Kwok Hei Tung for their help on this episode. Sources: https://www.historylink.org/File/298 https://www.latimes.com/nation/la-xpm-2013-oct-26-la-na-nn-wah-mee-massacre-parole-20131026-story.html https://www.woonlok.com/articles/wah-mee-massacre http://courts.mrsc.org/supreme/105wn2d/105wn2d0692.htm#105wn2d0692 Our wonderful sponsors: https://aldernewyork.com/ www.podcorn.com
Jen and Tim marvel at the cursed, ill-conceived, bloated sequel to Chinatown, The Two Jakes.Errata: Jen was wrong and Polanski fled the country in February of 1978, not 1977.The Two Jakes derailed the Robert Towne/Jack Nicholson friendship, which had been forged in the early 60s while both worked for Roger Corman, for at least a decade. Towne admitted as much in Peter Biskind's Easy Riders, Raging Bulls. However, in a 2006 interview, Towne parries a question about the film thusly:Well, in the interest of maintaining my friendships with Jack Nicholson and Robert Evans, I'd rather not go into it, but let's just say The Two Jakes wasn't a pleasant experience for any of us. But, we're all still friends, and that's what matters most. Robert TowneSo, you know, awwwwww.The History Channel website has the cold hard facts about Jack Nicholson's 1994 road rage incident, in which he attacked another motorist's car with a golf club. Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Featured Stories - Tosh makes the move to Orgrimmar and Rizhak and Eliandor drop by to check in on him. Sponsors: Red Crane Society, The Drag and Miraghon's Taven Recorded live from under a canopy in the Goblin Village, The Valley of the Spirits in beautiful Orgrimmar Reach us on Twitter @HalfhillReport, @PTaliep, @Toshmifune1, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on in the Discord channel. Find Toshmifune and Professor Taliep on the Wyrmrest Accord server! Find branded Halfhill Report and Halfhill Ag Alumni Merchandise at https://www.zazzle.com/store/halfhill_report Show Credits and Acknowledgements Opening Music and bumpers: China Town by Audiobbinger Productions http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Audiobinger/Audiobinger_-_Singles_1776/China_Town_1874 Copyright: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0: Pandaren Inn Music - Mists Of Pandaria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9l7Zm3Mo8Q Website Banner Art by Sandra Schnell https://sanii.artstation.com Logo Art by Toshmifune based on photo by imagesthai.com from Pexels https://www.pexels.com/photo/landscape-photography-of-cliff-with-sea-of-clouds-during-golden-hour-733172/ All place names, character names and music from World of Warcraft used in the Halfhill Report are the exclusive property of Blizzard Entertainment. World of Warcraft is a trademark or registered trademark of Blizzard Entertainment Inc in the US and other countries. No copyright or trademark infringement is intended by The Halfhill Report.
Since film first began to have music accompanying it, be it played live in a theatre during the screening of a silent film, or just being part of the soundtrack of the film itself, as we are all familiar with today, scores have been written, recorded, and then thrown away, usually by directors and producers, for various reasons. This week Lee has decided to set foot on the tip of the iceberg that is unused film scores. He anticipates many more episodes on this topic to come in the future. --The Foraging & The Dawn of Man from "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968) --Alex North; Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith --Main Titles from "Chinatown" (1969) --Phillip Lambro --Suite & Rock Ballad from "The Exorcist" (1973) --Lalo Schifrin --Into the Jungle; Delta & Orange Light from "Apocalypse Now" (1979) --David Shire --The Morgue from "Wolfen" (1981) --Craig Safan --Main Titles from "Something Wicked this Way Comes" (1983) --Georges Delerue --Hellraiser Theme; The Hellbound Heart & Box Theme from "Hellraiser" (1987) --Coil Opening and closing music: Magic and Ecstasy from "Exorcist II: The Heretic" by Ennio Morricone, and The Shadow of the Killer from "Death Rage" by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis.
A very talented, versatile, and witty performer with more than 150 credit listings on IMDb, as an actor, James Urbaniak has brought to life Dr. Venture on Adult Swim's The Venture Brothers, the scene-stealing Arthur (who was my favorite character) on Hulu's Difficult People, and Grant on Comedy Central's Review. Additionally, he's also a podcaster in his own right and the creator of the scripted shows Getting On With James Urbaniak, A Night Called Tomorrow, and I Will Never Lie to You.Returning for the first time since our fascinating and very fun Charles Laughton episode late last season where he gave me a crash course in the '30s era of the great British actor, it was so great to have him back this time to discuss a character actress of a different decade. In this, our 150th episode of Watch With Jen (yes, really!), we take a look at a woman who is synonymous with the 1970s, in the form of Faye Dunaway.Focusing on her tremendous turns in notable classics, we begin in the late '60s with Dunaway's breakout turn in Bonnie and Clyde, then move into the '70s with Chinatown, Three Days of the Condor, and Network, and finally wrap things up with the controversial Mommie Dearest in the early '80s, which she considers the end of an era. An engaging and research-filled episode full of great Urbaniak witticisms and observations, devotees of Dunaway, acting, and/or '70s cinema lovers won't want to miss this conversation.Theme Music: Solo Acoustic Guitar by Jason Shaw, Free Music ArchiveLogo: Kate Gabrielle (KateGabrielle.com)Originally Posted on Patreon (7/28/22) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/69704390
Great to finally be able to connect with Dennys after many years. He grew up skateboarding and spent many years designing Skateboarding Shoes. He received his Black Belt from the legendary Nino Schembri. Gentlemen's Fight Club was a way to merge his passions of punk rock, skateboarding and the fight scene. You can find him at his clothing store East West Shop in Chinatown or his gym Eastside Jiu-Jitsu in Boyle Heights.
Featured Stories - Tosh gets another letter from The Tillers, Zhan drops by, and Tosh makes a big decision Sponsors: Red Crane Society, Halfhill Market, and Stormstout Brewery Recorded live at Sun Song Ranch in the village of Halfhill, the Valley of the Four Winds in beautiful Pandaria! Reach us on Twitter @HalfhillReport, @PTaliep, @Toshmifune1, by email at email@example.com or on in the Discord channel. Find Toshmifune and Professor Taliep on the Wyrmrest Accord server! Find branded Halfhill Report and Halfhill Ag Alumni Merchandise at https://www.zazzle.com/store/halfhill_report Show Credits and Acknowledgements Opening Music and bumpers: China Town by Audiobbinger Productions http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Audiobinger/Audiobinger_-_Singles_1776/China_Town_1874 Copyright: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0: Pandaren Inn Music - Mists Of Pandaria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9l7Zm3Mo8Q Website Banner Art by Sandra Schnell https://sanii.artstation.com Logo Art by Toshmifune based on photo by imagesthai.com from Pexels https://www.pexels.com/photo/landscape-photography-of-cliff-with-sea-of-clouds-during-golden-hour-733172/ All place names, character names and music from World of Warcraft used in the Halfhill Report are the exclusive property of Blizzard Entertainment. World of Warcraft is a trademark or registered trademark of Blizzard Entertainment Inc in the US and other countries. No copyright or trademark infringement is intended by The Halfhill Report.
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When's the last time you exited Spring Mountain Rd. and visited Las Vegas' Chinatown? Today on City Cast Las Vegas, lead producer Sonja Cho Swanson chats it up with Lorraine Blanco Moss. She's the host of Nevada Public Radio's Exit Spring Mountain, a podcast that takes its name from the east-west artery that runs through the heart of town. The show — which launches their second season on July 27th! — focuses on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, the fastest growing ethnic group in Nevada. Sonja and Lorraine talk about why representation is so important, and how sharing stories by and for the AAPI community builds empathy, especially in the wake of rising anti-Asian violence. Want to dive deeper into Vegas news and happenings? Then head on over to our website and make sure you're signed up for our morning newsletter! lasvegas.citycast.fm/newsletter We're also keeping it real on Twitter! Follow us @CityCastVegas Have a Vegas hot take to share? Leave us a voicemail or text us at 702-514-0719. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
New York City Mayor Eric Adams has made homeless sweeps one of the defining features of his administration. The sweeps often end with people's few worldly possessions being tossed in the back of a garbage truck. The City was at it again on Tuesday, dismantling a couple of encampments by the Manhattan Bridge. It also planned to oust a homeless encampment in Sara Roosevelt Park at the intersection of Forsyth and Canal. One abolitionist neighborhood resident, Isabel, has sought to aid the homeless men instead of looking away or trying to involve the police. Isabel joins us to talk about how she's chosen to respond to homelessness in her community.
Once again, we thank the great team at B&K Auto for their sponsorship and support of the Far Reaches. Be sure and stop by and thank them, and keep them in mind for your scrap and parts needs! They serve the Northwest well, and be sure and tell them The Reachers sent ya! The Reacher's are back and Richard and Micah do their best to keep the wheels rolling and the topics flying. Richard has taken to buying jeans on Ebay and Micah has decided to wear the same color and style of shirt every day for work...Both have been traveling for work and Ralls and Joel have been busy with all things work and ranchin. Richard brings up the fact that server farms use a lot of water and are using a tremendous amount of natural resources, both the land and the water. Something to consider and look into for sure....Which inspires the Entertainment Spotlight of Chinatown. One of many great movies about water and the struggle for the power to control it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/micah87/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/micah87/support
Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi says he's trying to crack down on repeat, low-level criminals on Oahu, particularly in Waikiki and Chinatown. He says a new county policy will prevent those criminals from being released on their own recognizance. Instead, they'll be held overnight by police on weekdays and appear in court the next morning. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the I'm Fat Podcast, Jay taste tests some exotic snacks from Chinatown, while Rick shares tales of crappy cover bands. We also answer your Ask A Fat questions. SPONSORS: Mazda of Orland Park Frato's Culinary Kitchen Charlie the Bacon Guy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"Isn't that something? Middle of a drought and the water commissioner drowns. Only in L.A." On this episode, we finally finish out our series on Film Noir, this time looking at a Neo-Noir film from 1974, it's Roman Polanski's CHINATOWN, starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. The wonderful Rance Collins is back once again to help us close out this series. We talk about the careers of Nicholson and Dunaway, the complicated legacy of Roman Polanski, and the many ways CHINATOWN hearkens back to film noirs of old. Links Rance's podcast, The Envelope Please Connect with Arthouse Garage Support us on Patreon Arthouse Garage shop Instagram Facebook Twitter Letterboxd Email us at Andrew@ArthouseGarage.com Subscribe to the email newsletter: arthousegarage.com/subscribe Try Opopop popcorn! Get 10% off your first order Theme music by Apauling Productions
This week the boys rift while on the greens. They talk about why they think the other person is a great comedian, FOB food moments, Forest Gump? They drive into what it is like dating European women, why the old and blind need to start pulling their weight, and how they first met.
Featured Stories - Toshie's Struggles Continue At Sunsong Ranch, Rizhak Drops by with a solution, and Velmic reports on a trip to Dragonblight Sponsors: Red Crane Society, Kaja Cola, Keenbean Kaffa, Halfhill Market, The Tillers, and Stormstout Brewery Recorded live at Sun Song Ranch in the village of Halfhill, the Valley of the Four Winds in beautiful Pandaria! Reach us on Twitter @HalfhillReport, @PTaliep, @Toshmifune1, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on in the Discord channel. Find Toshmifune and Professor Taliep on the Wyrmrest Accord server! Find branded Halfhill Report and Halfhill Ag Alumni Merchandise at https://www.zazzle.com/store/halfhill_report Show Credits and Acknowledgements Opening Music and bumpers: China Town by Audiobbinger Productions http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Audiobinger/Audiobinger_-_Singles_1776/China_Town_1874 Copyright: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0: Pandaren Inn Music - Mists Of Pandaria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9l7Zm3Mo8Q Website Banner Art by Sandra Schnell https://sanii.artstation.com Logo Art by Toshmifune based on photo by imagesthai.com from Pexels https://www.pexels.com/photo/landscape-photography-of-cliff-with-sea-of-clouds-during-golden-hour-733172/ All place names, character names and music from World of Warcraft used in the Halfhill Report are the exclusive property of Blizzard Entertainment. World of Warcraft is a trademark or registered trademark of Blizzard Entertainment Inc in the US and other countries. No copyright or trademark infringement is intended by The Halfhill Report.
When we did our listener trip to DC, about two dozen listeners and I went to a restaurant in Chinatown called Tony Cheng's. Not only was it some of the best Chinese food I've ever had -- maybe worth going back to DC just to go there -- but Tony, who came to the US from Hong Kong, has some incredible stories about his career, including being invited to cook at the White House and frequently cooking for presidents and prime ministers of other countries.We'll talk with Tony and get some of those stories. I'll warn you up front...his Chinese accent is pretty thick (and he knows it) but I think that will be part of the charm of the segment.http://www.tonychengmongolianrestaurant.com/
In this episode Donny and Phil discuss their thoughts on Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Join Donny and Phil next week for a DOUBLE FEATURE where they share their thoughts on Where The Crawdads Sing (2022) and Chinatown (1974)
New Movies: Thor: Love & Thunder - Thor enlists the help of Valkyrie, Korg and ex-girlfriend Jane Foster to fight Gorr the God Butcher, who intends to make the gods extinct.Undisputed Classic Big Trouble in Little China - A rough-and-tumble trucker and his side kick face off with an ancient sorcerer in a supernatural battle beneath Chinatown. 1992 - The Best Intentions, Cool World, Prelude to a Kiss, Universal Soldier Next Week - The Gray Man, Where the Crawdads Sing, Mrs. Harris Goes to ParisClassic - Wrong is Right1992 - Comrades of Summer, Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generationr Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/criticspod Teepublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/criticspod?utm_source=designer&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=reAEYmh6vUY YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnFNiCSoEAfk7Y3C8sfoTRw/videos
Grace Young knew she wanted to cook from a young age. She was making Julia Child recipes at the age of 10 and as a teen and washed dishes in exchange for cooking lessons from a local instructor. Grace went on to work in test kitchens and write her own cookbooks, including two classics, The Wisdom of The Chinese Kitchen and Breath of a Wok. Before the start of the pandemic in 2020, Grace found herself in a new role, that of activist, as she started fighting for the survival of Manhattan's Chinatown. Her activism expanded to include Chinatowns around the country, as well as AAPI communities. Because of that work, Grace received this year's Julia Child Award from the Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts, as well as Humanitarian of the Year from the James Beard Foundation. She joins host Kerry Diamond to talk about her work and culinary calling, and the unexpected turn her life has taken. Thank you to Brightland for supporting this episode. Shop and find recipes at brightland.co.Here is the KK Discount Go Fund Me that Grace mentioned. Radio Cherry Bombe is recorded at Newsstand Studios at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Our theme song is by the band Tra La La.Subscribe to our newsletter and check out past episodes and transcripts here!More on Grace: Instagram, The Julia Child Award, Website
Celebrity married couple and media lovers Matt & Glennis McCarthy discuss THOR: LOVE & THUNDER! Also this week: Why is Chinatown good?, Shit Actually by Lindy West, Get Out, Little Miss Sunshine, God's Favorite Idiot, Ben Falcone, Melissa McCarthy, The Allman Brothers, Vincent Price on small TVs, The Little Girl Who Lived Down The Lane, Deep Cover, AND MORE!!!
Written, Directed and Performed by Gaby Yuen-Morales Produced by Shawn Pfautsch Eat your way around Chinatown under the expert guidance of Gaby Yuen-Morales. Starting in Chinatown Square, you'll learn about the history of Chinese immigration and cuisine in Chicago, visiting three delicious locations, ending along the river in historic Ping Tom Memorial Park. Along the way, you'll also hear stories from Gaby's interviews with her own expert in Chinese food and history: her mom! An audio walking tour of Chinatown. To learn more and view the walking map, visit https://chicagochildrenstheatre.org/event/walk-through-food-chinatown/
Through his life, Wong Foon Sien advocated for Chinese Canadians over voting rights, the ability to immigrate to Canada and the preservation of Chinatown in Vancouver. Along the way, he dealt with racism and a disregard for the Chinese Canadian causes he supported by municipal, provincial and federal leaders.Support: patreon.com/canadaehxDonate: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/craigUDonate: canadaehx.com (Click Donate)E-mail: email@example.comTwitter: twitter.com/craigbairdInstagram: @Bairdo37YouTube: youtube.com/c/canadianhistoryehx
Growing up as a Chinese American daughter of a mail-order bride and a busboy in San Francisco's Chinatown, Bonnie Gray never felt like she belonged. She spent her childhood hiding “Chinese Bonnie” who lived in a dysfunctional home in poverty, so she could be accepted as cheerful “American Bonnie” who lived a life that looked like everybody else's. Bonnie joins me on the podcast today, and you'll hear how she made peace with her past and how it has changed everything about her future. As she was trying to throw away pieces of her past—the ones she thought no one wanted—she discovered God was tenderly gathering all the broken fragments to build a new story of faith and joy. It's only when we learn to embrace the truth of our past that we can finally make sense of our present and celebrate what truly matters. SHOW NOTES: 413podcast.com/200
Synopsis A decidedly UN-politically correct opera had its premiere at London's Covent Garden on today's date in 1905. It was entitled “L'Oracolo” or “The Oracle” by the Italian composer Franco Leoni. Here's a witty one-sentence précis of the opera prepared by Nicolas Slonimsky for his chronology “Music Since 1900”: “L'Oracolo, an opera in one long act, dealing with multiplex villainy in San Francisco's Chinatown, wherein a wily opium-den keeper kidnaps the child of the uncle of a girl he covets, kills her young lover, and is in the end strangled by the latter's father, with a local astrologer delivering remarkably accurate oracles; an Italianate score tinkling with tiny bells, booming with deep gongs, and bubbling with orientalistic pentatonicisms.” Another wag described “L'Oracolo” as “Puccini-and-water,” suggesting that if Puccini were whisky, Leoni music was definitely a less potent brew. But when a touring Italian opera company announced a performance of “L'Oracolo” in San Francisco in 1937, the city's Asian residents protested, demanding they cut the most racially offensive scenes or, better yet, stage a different opera altogether. A compromise was reached, whereby the House manager preceded the performance with a speech assuring the capacity audience that the opera's locale and action were pure fiction, and bore no resemblance to San Francisco's Chinatown past or present. Music Played in Today's Program Franco Leoni (1864 – 1937) –L'Oracolo (Tito Gobbi, baritone; National Philharmonic; Richard Bonynge, cond.) London OSA-12107 (LP)
Today, Wesley leaves the studio – and goes home. He embarks on a journey that involves a car named Khad'ija, a tireless 92-year-old activist and one Chinatown. Last year, President Biden signed a $1 trillion infrastructure bill into law. One part of the initiative especially struck Wesley: the federal government's acknowledgment that its mid-century push to build a massive highway system had caused suffering. Wesley started thinking about a highway that he sometimes crossed as a kid in Philadelphia: the Vine Street Expressway. When it was built in 1991, he never realized how deeply it had divided and altered the Chinatown neighborhood. What happened to all the people who were living there? How did their lives — and their communities — transform? On today's show, Wesley returns to his hometown to try to find out. Click here for photos of Wesley's journey and more info about the episode.