Radio Con Botas es un podcast que también ha decidido salir de nuestro estudio, aunque ese porche sea enormemente acogedor. Nos encanta veros en los conciertos, pero también queremos compartir directamente con vosotros cómo es Radio Con Botas, la forma en que hacemos posible que nos encontremos cada semana, y que vayáis conociendo a todo ese maravilloso equipo de personas que lo hacen posible. Que interactuemos mirándonos a la cara y que vosotros mismos lo hagáis también con otros tantos que cada semana también visitan ese porche mágico que nos ha ayudado a construir Subterfuge Radio. Ya podemos anunciaros que Radio Con Botas va a estar el próximo jueves 17 de Noviembre presentando su primer podcast en directo en una de las salas más entrañables y acogedoras con las que contamos en Madrid: Galileo Galilei. Os damos tiempo para que empecéis a sacar brillo a vuestras mejores botas y, poco a poco, os iremos dando más detalles. En esta semana hemos anticipado el álbum de Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers que resume sus conciertos en el Fillmore de San Francisco en 1997, un tema de bonificación del último disco de Calexico, la nueva apuesta de Margo Price, el SoCal Country de Laura Benitez & The Heartache, la fortaleza imperdible de Amy Ray o los impulsos conjuntos de Allison Russell y Brandi Carlile. También avisamos sobre la visita del sueco Jesper Lindell, las nuevas canciones de The Band of Heathens, la apuesta que John Prine hizo con Arlo McKinley, el homenaje de Chris Stapleton a Vince Gill y su apoyo a Kendell Marvel, para despedirnos con Colter Wall o la recuperación natural de la autenticidad. PLAYLIST 01-TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS “Listen To Her Heart” (Petty) Warner 02-CALEXICO “Rambler” (Burns/Convertino) City Slang 03-MARGO PRICE “Change of Heart” (Price/Ivey) Loma Vista/Concord. 04-LAURA BENITEZ & THE HEARTACHE “Bad Things” (Benitez) Copperhead 05-AMY RAY “A Mighty Thing” (Ray) Daemon 06-ALLISON RUSSELL feat. BRANDI CARLILE “You're Not Alone” (Russell) Fantasy 07-JESPER LINDELL & AMY HELM “Twilight” (Robertson) Brunnsvik Sounds 08-THE BAND OF HEATHENS “Not Mine To Begin With” (Jurdi/Quist/Brecht) BOH 09-ARLO McKINLEY “City Lights” (McKinley) Oh Boy 10-CHRIS STAPLETON “Whenever You Come Around" (CMT Giants: Vince Gill)” (Gill/Wasner) CMT 11-KENDELL MARVEL feat CHRIS STAPLETON “Don't Tell Me How To Drink” (Marvel/Stapleton) Easy Eye Sound 12-COLTER WALL “Let's All Help the Cowboys (Sing the Blues)” (Clement) La Honda
Tracklist: 1. Bad Bunny & Chencho Corneleo - Me Porto Bonito - Nightdrop Reggaeton Gasolina Set Starter 2. Badshah, J Balvin & Tainy - Voodoo 3. DJ Snake ft. Cardi B & Ozuna - Taki Taki 4. DJ Snake, Ozuna, Megan Thee Stallion, & LISA - SG 5. Daddy Yankee & Bad Bunny - X ÚLTIMA VEZ 6. Daddy Yankee - Hula Hoop - Dozarm Disco Maghreb Edit 7. DJ Nightdrop - Caramba 8. Plan B - Frikitona - MarkCutz Remix 9. 50 Cent - In Da Club - Luis R Grupo La Cumbia Edit 10. Angie Martinez & Wyclef Jean - Coast2Coast (Suavemente) - Benedetto Remix 11. Bad Bunny - Tití Me Preguntó - Lil Jon & DJ Kontrol Remix 12. Bad Bunny - Moscow Mule - J Medina Remix 13. J Balvin & El Alfa - Bellakon - DJcity Dembow Only Edit 14. Daddy Yankee, El Alfa & Lil Jon - BOMBON 15. Bad Bunny & Rauw Alejandro - Party - J Medina Remix 16. Bizarrap & Quevedo - Quevedo Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52 - Sexy B#tch Edit 17. Pitbull - Café Con Leche - DJ Mag Remix 18. Sean Paul - Temperature - Nightdrop Remix 19. Sean Paul & J Balvin - Contra La Pared - DJ Serg Sniper Tambo Edit 20. Daddy Yankee - Rompe - JazzBeats Guaracha Remix 21. Bad Bunny - Un Verano Sin Ti - Sak Noel Remix 22. Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez - Tarot - Salvi & Franklin Dam Remix 23. Bad Bunny - Efecto 24. JWLS - Bashin' - City Lights & MIND CTRL Remix 25. Yaga & Mackie - Bailando - Luis R Nivel De Perreo Edit 26. Ozuna, Diddy & DJ Snake - Eres Top 27. Messiah ft. Nicky Jam & Akon - Solito (Lonely)
Our heroes Sol, Titan, Eclipse, White Knight and Muse find themselves separated and under attack in and around the Vega underground research facility. After escaping a host of Vega villains can the team somehow reunite to take down the ever power hungry Jack Silver? Or will the slippery silver tongued Silver attack his foes on his favorite battlefield: the mind. Don’t miss a second of this episode of Vega Rising issue 24: The Same Side as Silver?, presented by Delinquent Comics. Masks: A New Generation is the award-winning tabletop roleplaying game by Brendan Conway and published by Magpie Games.This episode featured the songs: Tension is Rising, Right, and A Little Woozy I Guess all by The Insider and can be found on the album: Alls Fair in Love of Wax. It also featured One Moment Please by Jim Tetlow, and Ten Kisses Goodbye by Gurdonark, and both can be found on the compilation album Classwar Karaoke 0025. It also featured the song park by Horiso and can be found on the album Isha Ashi. It also featured the songs: Invisible Walls, Telluric Undercurrent, City Lights at Night, and The Simulation Hypothesis all by Revolution Void and can be found on the albums: Increase the Dosage, Thread Soul, and The Politics of Desire.This episode was edited and produced by Justin Allen, Ben Wallis and Shawn Delp.
City Lights in conjunction with Mother Jones (https://www.motherjones.com) present "Defending Choice: Roe vs. Wade and the Battle to Preserve Women's Reproductive Rights." This event was originally broadcast via Zoom, hosted by Peter Maravelis, and moderated by Becca Andrews of Mother Jones Magazine with Jenny Brown, Dr. Katherine Brown, Joshua Prager, and Mary Ziegler. You can purchase copies of the panelists' books directly from City Lights here: "Dollars for Life: The Anti-Abortion Movement and the Fall of the Republican Establishment" - by Mary Ziegler: https://citylights.com/dollars-for-life-anti-abortion-movemen/ "Without Apology: The Abortion Struggle Now" - by Jenny Brown: https://citylights.com/praxis/without-apology-abortion-struggle-now/ "The Family Roe: An American Story" - by Joshua Prager: https://citylights.com/north-america/family-roe-amer-story/ Becca Andrews is a reporter at Mother Jones. A Southerner, she most often writes about the Southeast, gender, and culture. Before joining Mother Jones as an editorial fellow, she wrote for newspapers in Tennessee. Her work has also appeared in Slate, The New Republic, Wired, and Jezebel, among others. Her first book, "No Choice," on the dwindling access to abortion in the United States, is due out in October 2022 from Hachette's Public Affairs imprint. Jenny Brown was a leader in the fight to get the morning-after pill over the counter in the US and a plaintiff in the winning lawsuit. She is co-author of the Redstockings book "Women's Liberation and National Health Care: Confronting the Myth of America." While editor at Labor Notes magazine, she coauthored "How to Jump-Start Your Union: Lessons from the Chicago Teachers." She writes, teaches, and organizes with the feminist group National Women's Liberation and is the author of "Birth Strike: The Hidden Fight over Women's Work." Verso Books published her book "WITHOUT APOLOGY: The Abortion Struggle Now." Dr. Katherine Brown is a general obstetrician-gynecologist and is fellowship-trained in family planning at UCSF. She provides full-scope reproductive healthcare. She is a passionate advocate for reproductive health, choice, and justice. Her research focuses on exploring and improving the reproductive health experiences of Black women. Joshua Prager, a former senior writer for The Wall Street Journal, has written about historical secrets—revealing all from the hidden scheme that led to baseball's most famous moment (Bobby Thomson's “Shot Heard Round the World”) to the only-ever anonymous recipient of a Pulitzer Prize (a photographer he tracked down in Iran). His work, described by George Will as “exemplary journalistic sleuthing,” has shed new light on our cultural touchstones. So does his new book, "The Family Roe," illuminating unknown stories and people behind Roe v. Wade, and enabling the public, for the first time, to see the abortion debate in America in its full social and personal context. The book was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Mary Ziegler is the Stearns Weaver Miller Professor at Florida State University College of Law. She specializes in the legal history of reproduction, the family, sexuality, and the Constitution. In the spring of 2022, she is visiting at Harvard Law School. Her most recent book, "Abortion and the Law in America: A Legal History, Roe v. Wade to the Present," was published by Cambridge University Press in 2020, and received positive reviews in outlets from the Washington Post to the Christian Science Monitor. Her new book, "Dollars for Life: The Antiabortion Movement and the Fall of the Republican Establishment," was published by Yale University Press in June of 2022. She also has a forthcoming book with "Routledge, Reproduction and the Constitution." Her next project, What Roe Means: A History, will be published by Yale in 2023. This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation
This week, Eric and Josh discuss: public transpo, comic cons, cosplay, tribute screenings, streaming ratings, horror franchises, Elvis movies, living a double life, Halloween Month, and more! Plus, they mention the movies screening the week of Friday September 16 - Thursday September 22: The Duke, Marcel The Shell With Shoes On, Speak No Evil, City Lights, Jailhouse Rock, The Room, and Saturday Night Sinema!
We find our heroes Sol, Titan, White Knight, and Muse in a Vega complex deep underground with Sol’s brother Leo on the surface. While engaged in combat as the hero Eclipse with the mysterious Vega assassin, the siblings found they could use their powers simultaneously for the first time. While the team below had their own battle with TeleNovella star Gallo Grande who sought revenge on White Knight. Can the team bridge the growing divide or will they be further split. Let’s find out in this episode of Masks Vega Rising issue 23 The Rebels’ Revealing Rise, presented by Delinquent Comics.This episode of Delinquent Comics starredAshton Lorelle as SolJustin Allen as TitanChris Colon as EclipseConnor Casteel as White KnightShawn Delp as MuseAnd Ben Wallis as the Game Master.Masks: A New Generation is the award-winning tabletop roleplaying game by Brendan Conway and published by Magpie Games.This episode featured the songs: Tension is Rising, One Fine Day, and Interstellar Export both The Insider and can be found on the album: Alls Fair in Love of Wax. It also featured Tsuchinoko Bite by Kecap Tuyul and all can be found on the compilation album Classwar Karaoke 0025It also featured the song Lost In The City by Holizna and can be found on the album Lost.It also featured Salienta by REW and can e found on the album Anura.It also featured the songs: Invisible Walls, Tree Tenants, City Lights at Night, Time Flux, Factum Par Fictio, Biomythos and The Narrative Changes all by Revolution Void and can be found on the albums: Increase the Dosage, Thread Soul, and The Politics of Desire.This episode was edited and produced by Justin Allen, Ben Wallis and Shawn Delp.
This podcast marks the first part of our vision series titled CITY. In this series we will be unpacking the vision that God has given specifically to City Lights. In this first part Daniel Webster speaks about the importance of Community and how it relates to our vision.If you found this podcast helpful please do share it with someone who can also benefit from this episode.
An evening of writers talking about writing and celebrating the publication of "Refuse To Be Done: How to Write and Rewrite a Novel in Three Drafts," by Matt Bell, published by Soho Press. This event was originally broadcast via Zoom and hosted by Peter Maravelis. You can purchase copies of "Refuse To Be Done: How to Write and Rewrite a Novel in Three Drafts" directly from City Lights here: https://citylights.com/refuse-to-be-done-ht-write-rewrite-a/ Matt Bell is the author most recently of the novels "Appleseed"(a New York Times Notable Book of 2021), "Scrapper" (a Michigan Notable Book), and "In the House upon the Dirt Between the Lake and the Woods"(a finalist for the Young Lions Fiction Award). His stories have appeared in Best American Mystery Stories, Esquire, Tin House, Conjunctions, Fairy Tale Review, Gulf Coast, and many other publications. A native of Michigan, he now teaches creative writing at Arizona State University. Kirstin Chen is the author of "Soy Sauce for Beginners" and "Bury What We Cannot Take." Her new novel, "Counterfeit," is forthcoming from William Morrow/HarperCollins in June 2022. She has received fellowships and awards from the Steinbeck Fellows Program, Sewanee, Hedgebrook, Djerassi, the Napa Valley Writers' Conference, the Toji Cultural Foundation, and the National Arts Council of Singapore. She teaches creative writing at the University of San Francisco and in Ashland University's Low-Residency MFA Program. Born and raised in Singapore, she currently lives in San Francisco. Jac Jemc is the author of "False Bingo," "The Grip of It," "My Only Wife," and "A Different Bed Every Time." "My Only Wife" was a finalist for the 2013 PEN / Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction and winner of the Paula Anderson Book Award, and her story collection "False Bingo" won the Chicago Review of Books Award for fiction, was a Lambda Award finalist, and was longlisted for The Story Prize. Jemc has been the recipient of two Illinois Arts Council Professional Development Grants and currently teaches creative writing at UC San Diego. This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation
In the newest Branching Out Sports episode, David Lopez interviews Royal and Simi Valley high school football players gearing up for the City Championship rivalry game. Sports editor Eliav Appelbaum breaks down his Acorn Power Poll rankings (there's a new team at No. 1), and the sports crew talks about the tragic death of Agoura freshman football player Carter Stone.Branching Out Sports:Find us on TwitterEmail us at email@example.comCall us at (805) 222-0237Written by Eliav AppelbaumProduced and Edited by David LopezMusic by Ian Bradley SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS!Timios Title and Escrow Services211 Village Commons Blvd. #13, Camarillo(800) 377-8019Arsenal Comics & Games1610-1 Newbury Rd, Newbury Park3431 Telegraph Rd, Ventura(805) 499-6197Maid in America HousecleaningCall for a free estimate!(805) 499-7259Gold Coast Veterans Foundation4001 Mission Oaks Blvd, Suite D, Camarillo, CA(805) 482-6550Save a Life Thrift Stores315 Arneill Rd #103, Camarillo(888) 876-0605Sunburst Skylights 520 N Ventu Park Rd, Newbury Park (805) 499-8935Support the show
City Lights in conjunction with the Mechanics' Institute Library and Alfred Knopf present Leila Mottley in conversation with Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, celebrating her fiction debut "Nightcrawling," published by Alfred A. Knopf. This live event took place at the Mechanics' Institute Library in San Francisco and was hosted by Laura Sheppard and Peter Maravelis. You can purchase copies of "Nightcrawling" directly from City Lights here: https://citylights.com/nightcrawling/ Leila Mottley is the 2018 Oakland Youth Poet Laureate. Her work has been featured in The New York Times and Oprah Daily. She was born and raised in Oakland, where she continues to live. "Nightcrawling" is her first novel. Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, born and raised in New Orleans, studied creative writing at Dartmouth College and law at UC Berkeley. Her most recent novel, "The Revisioners," won a 2020 Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize, an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work and a George Garrett New Writing Award; was a California and Northern California Book Award finalist, a 2020 Hurston/Wright Foundation Legacy Award Finalist and a Willie Morris Award for Southern Writing finalist; was nominated for the 2020 Simpson/Joyce Carol Oates Prize; and was a national bestseller as well as a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. Her debut novel, "A Kind of Freedom," was long-listed for the National Book Award and the Northern California Book Award, won the Crook's Corner Book Prize, and was the recipient of the First Novelist Award from the Black Caucus of the American Library Association. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Zyzzyva, The Paris Review; O, The Oprah Magazine; The New York Times Book Review; and other publications. She lives in Oakland with her family. This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation
Sintonía: "Alphaville" - Louis Philippe & The Night Mail "Voices In My Head", "Pray For Rain" y "Losing Time" - Bob Mould; "Caught Me Off Guard" e "It´s Alright" - The Reflectors; "Football" - Trust Fund; "City Lights" y "Guilty" - The Frank & Walters; "The Security Place" y "Remember Fun" - Wake The President; "Jamaica" - Theme Park; "Remind You" - Friendship; "Gold Leaf" - Wild Honey; "West Gwillimbury" - Ron Sexmith; "Rio Grande" - Louis Philippe & The Night Mail Escuchar audio
Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist.This week in Part Two of our Journalist Spotlight, we continue our conversation with the team that brings us "City Lights" on WABE Radio. We've got host Lois Reitzes, Senior Producer Kim Drobes, and Producer Summer Evans! The daily show covers pop culture, music, theater, dance, visual arts, film, food and more. You'll need to listen to know all about the "more"!There's a segment in this episode where Lois talks about an interview with Gilbert Godfried. It's hilarious and I wanted to share the link to that full interview here: https://youtu.be/jbPgZjovsoE.
Ever wonder how long it takes to make a Pixar movie? 1 year? 3 years? Try 7. Pixar senior creative Dan Scanlon drew from a very personal story when writing the 2020 Academy Award-nominated Pixar film Onward, starring Chris Pratt and Tom Holland, who play two brothers trying to reconnect with their father who has long since passed, through the world of magic. But Pratt and Holland didn't always voice brothers Barley and Ian. Through a process called “scratch,” Ian was originally voiced by writer/director Dan Scanlon himself, and Barley was originally voiced by City Lights actor and resident sound designer George Psarras. Through countless rewrites and in-house screenings, Scanlon and Psarras voiced the brothers for 3 years. Psarras and Scanlon caught up with each other recently and chatted about their time together making Disney/Pixar's Onward. Music, editing, and sound design by George Psarras. Featuring guitars by Paul Psarras. To donate, please visit cltc.org/donate or text 833-920-3003 Comments, feedback or questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org To learn more about Filament, visit our webpage at cltc.org/filament
Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist.This week, we talk with the team that brings us "City Lights" on WABE Radio. We've got host Lois Reitzes, Senior Producer Kim Drobes, and Producer Summer Evans! The daily show covers pop culture, music, theater, dance, visual arts, film, food and more. You'll need to listen to know all about the "more"!This was such a great conversation that we're making it a two-part podcast. Here's part one. Look for part two next week.Mitch's day job is providing public relations services, media training, and crisis communications, but he also operates Leff's Atlanta Media, an online database with contact info for thousands of Atlanta-based journalists, and Mitch's Media Match, a service that connects Atlanta journalists with local experts
Nadifa Mohamed in conversation with Tommy Orange, celebrating the release of her new novel "The Fortune Men," published by Alfred Knopf. This event was originally broadcast via Zoom and hosted by Peter Maravelis. You can purchase copies of "The Fortune Men" directly from City Lights here: https://citylights.com/fortune-men/ Nadifa Mohamed was born in 1981 in Hargeisa, Somaliland. At the age of four she moved with her family to London. She is the author of "Black Mamba Boy" and "The Orchard of Lost Souls." She has received both The Betty Trask Award and the Somerset Maugham Award, and in 2013, she was named as one of Granta‘s Best of Young British Novelists. Her work appears regularly in The Guardian and the BBC. A fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, she lives in London. Tommy Orange is a novelist and writer from Oakland, California. His first book "There There" was one of the finalists for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize and received the 2019 American Book Award. Orange is a citizen of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma. He attended Institute of American Indian Arts and earned the Masters in Fine Arts. He was born and raised in Oakland, California, and makes his home in Angels Camp, California. This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation
Adam has Michael, Bret, and Cello Bob in of Carbon City Lights. The band is gearing up to play its first Concerts in the Plaza this Friday downtown SLO. The guys perform in studio sharing an unreleased original, as well as a Tom Petty classic - Check out these talented guys here and check them out in Mission Plaza Fri @ 5:30!
City Lights in conjunction with the Asian American Writers' Workshop present K-Ming Chang in conversation with Lily Philpott, celebrating her new collection "Gods of Want: Stories," published by One World Books. This event was originally broadcast via Zoom and hosted by Peter Maravelis. You can purchase copies of "Gods of Want: Stories" directly from City Lights here: https://citylights.com/new-fiction-in-hardcover/gods-of-want-stories/ K-Ming Chang is a Kundiman fellow, a Lambda Literary Award finalist, and a National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 honoree. She is the author of the novel "Bestiary," which was longlisted for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize, the PEN/Faulkner Award, and the VCU Cabell First Novelist Award. Lily Philpott runs and manages AAWW events, fellowships, and workshops. She has many years of experience curating literary programs in New York City. Previously, she served as the Public Programs Manager at PEN America, where she launched the PEN Out Loud event series with the Strand Book Store, co-curated a summer event series with the Brooklyn Museum, and coordinated Lit Crawl NYC. She has also worked on public programs and development events at the Guggenheim Museum and the New York Public Library, respectively, and is a member of the Brooklyn Book Festival's International Literature Committee and an Advisory Board Member of the U.K. based publisher And Other Stories. The Asian American Writers' Workshop (AAWW) is a national literary nonprofit dedicated to publishing and incubating work by Asian and Asian diasporic writers, poets, and artists. Since their founding in 1991, they have provided a countercultural literary arts space at the intersection of migration, race, and social justice. Find out more at: https://aaww.org This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation
Welcome to Season 2 of the Movie Amigos Podcast! In today's episode, the Amigos test their royal knowledge and discuss the state of conglomerate Disney as they catch up on movies. We like movies and we're amigos. Join us and be our movie amigos. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movieamigospodcast/ Find us wherever you listen to podcasts! Letterboxd profiles: Gila https://letterboxd.com/gilasantos1/ Josh https://letterboxd.com/joshman972/ Juve https://letterboxd.com/mrfalcon/ Movies mentioned this episode: Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) Avengers: Endgame (2019) Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Hacksaw Ridge (2016) Spider-Man (2002) Doctor Strange (2016) Thor: The Dark World (2013) Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023) Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) Black Cougar (2002) The Last Vampire on Earth (2010) Roma (2018) TRON (1982) The Lawnmower Man (1992) The Passion of the Christ (2004) Ben-Hur (1959) Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (1996) TRON: Legacy (2010) Encanto (2021) Spencer (2021) Les Misérables (2012) Hamilton (2020) The Little Mermaid (1989) Beauty and the Beast (1991) Mulan (1998) The Star Wars Holiday Special (1978) Twilight (2008) Stuart Little (1999) Flicka (2006) Poseidon (2006) Fred Claus (2007) Paddington 2 (2017) My Cousin Vinny (1992) The Birdcage (1996) Crazy Rich Asians (2018) City Lights (1931) Easy A (2010) Lethal Weapon (1987) Top Gun (1986) Top Gun: Maverick (2022) Dunkirk (2017) Clash of the Titans (2010) Shut In (2022) Run Hide Fight (2020) Cliffhanger (1993) Lethal Weapon 2 (1989) Lethal Weapon 3 (1992) Lethal Weapon 4 (1998) Ad Astra (2019) Van Helsing (2004) The Greatest Showman (2017) March of the Penguins (2005) Witness (1985) The Fugitive (1993) The Hyperions (2022) The Adam Project (2022) Deadpool (2016) Free Guy (2021) Pixels (2015) Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 (2018) Stepmom (1998) Sleeping with the Enemy (1991) Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) Free Willy (1993) Legally Blonde (2001) The Shape of Water (2017) Kate (2021) Hitman (2007) Death on the Nile (2022) Coming to America (1988) Richie Rich (1994) Blank Check (1994) Old (2021) Last Christmas (2019) Jackass Forever (2022) Australia (2008) Lawrence of Arabia (1962) The Ten Commandments (1956) Sing 2 (2021) Sing (2016) Incredibles 2 (2018) Lightyear (2022) Turning Red (2022) Firestarter (2022) Hollow Man (2000) Ron's Gone Wrong (2021) The Blue Lagoon (1980) A Castle for Christmas (2021) Moonshot (2022) After We Collided (2020) & more Intro music by: Avalerion Music Outro music by: Don General For any inquiries: Email us at email@example.com
Ingrid Rojas Contreras in conversation with Esmé Weijun Wang, celebrating the launch of "The Man Who Could Move Clouds: A Memoir," published by Doubleday. This live event took place in Kerouac Alley, between City Lights and Vesuvio Cafe, and was hosted by Peter Maravelis. You can purchase copies of "The Man Who Could Move Clouds: A Memoir" directly from City Lights here: https://citylights.com/new-nonfiction-in-hardcover/man-who-could-move-clouds/ Ingrid Rojas Contreras was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. Her first novel "Fruit of the Drunken Tree" was the silver medal winner in First Fiction from the California Book Awards, and a New York Times editor's choice. Her essays and short stories have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, The Believer, and Zyzzyva, among others. She lives in California. Esmé Weijun Wang is a novelist and essayist. She is the author of the New York Times-bestselling essay collection, "The Collected Schizophrenias"(2019), and a debut novel, "The Border of Paradise," which was called a Best Book of 2016 by NPR. She was named by Granta as one of the “Best of Young American Novelists” in 2017 and won the Whiting Award in 2018. Born in the Midwest to Taiwanese parents, she is the founder of The Unexpected Shape™ Writing Academy for ambitious writers living with limitations. She can be found at esmewang.com and on Twitter @esmewang. This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation
Last month, we had the pleasure of appearing on City Lights, our local NPR station's arts and culture show, for an interview with senior producer Kim Drobes. We discussed the Hugo Awards, common issues in science fiction, and our favorite podcast segments. AND THEN...the text version of our interview got scraped, run through a not-very-good thesaurus, and posted on a goofy "news" site. The result was hilarious, and we are pleased to present you with a dramatic live reading! Check out the original (legitimate) version (you can listen or read the interview highlights) on WABE's website.
John Nichols in conversation with Congressman Ro Khanna, discussing Nichol's new book "Coronavirus Criminals and Pandemic Profiteers: Accountability for Those Who Caused the Crisis," published by Nation Books. This event was originally broadcast via Zoom and hosted by Peter Maravelis. You can purchase copies of "Coronavirus Criminals and Pandemic Profiteers: Accountability for Those Who Caused the Crisis" directly from City Lights here: https://citylights.com/coronavirus-criminals-pandemic-profi/ John Nichols is the national affairs correspondent for The Nation magazine, and the author or co-author of more than a dozen books on media and democracy. He is a regular guest on radio and television programs, and has been featured in a number of documentaries based on his writing and reporting. A co-founder of the media reform group Free Press, he has twice keynoted world congresses of the International Federation of Journalists. Of Nichols, author Gore Vidal said, “Of all the giant slayers now afoot in the great American desert, John Nichols's sword is the sharpest.” Ro Khanna is a Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California's 17th congressional district since 2017. He has also served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary in the United States Department of Commerce under President Barack Obama from August 8, 2009, to August 2011. He is one of only six members of the U.S. House of Representatives, and ten members of Congress, who do not take campaign contributions from political action committees (PACs). This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation
Dodie Bellamy in conversation with Chris Kraus, celebrating Dodie Bellamy's two new books; "Bee Reaved" and "The Letters of Mina Harker," published by Semiotext(e)/Native Agents. This event was originally broadcast via Zoom and hosted by Peter Maravelis. You can purchase copies of "Bee Reaved" & "The Letters of Mina Harker" directly from City Lights here: "Bee Reaved" - https://citylights.com/staff-picks/bee-reaved/ "The Letters of Mina Harker" - https://citylights.com/general-fiction/letters-of-mina-harker/ Dodie Bellamy's writing focuses on sexuality, politics and narrative experimentation, challenging the distinctions between fiction, the essay and poetry. In 2018–19 she was the subject of "On Our Mind", a yearlong series of public events, commissioned essays and reading group meetings organized by CCA Wattis ICA. With Kevin Killian, she coedited "Writers Who Love Too Much: New Narrative 1977–1997." A compendium of essays on Bellamy's work, "Dodie Bellamy Is on Our Mind", was published in 2020 by Wattis ICA/Semiotext(e). Chris Kraus is a filmmaker and the author of "I Love Dick" and "Aliens & Anorexia", and coeditor of "Hatred of Capitalism: A Semiotext(e) Reader". "Index" called her "one of the most subversive voices in American fiction." Her work has been praised for its damning intelligence, vulnerability and dazzling speed. This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation
The City Lights Chorus of Michigan was re-chartered in 2018 as a premier male a cappella group focused on musical excellence and high-level entertainment. They went on to become the 2019 Pioneer Champions and qualified as an International Competitors in 2022. Learn more about the group at https://citylightschorus.com/
Brandon, James, Britnee, and Hanna discuss four classic comedies directed by Charlie Chaplin, starting with the anti-fascist satire The Great Dictator (1940) https://swampflix.com/ 00:00 Welcome 00:57 Elevator to the Gallows (1958) 05:25 Last Night in Soho (2021) 09:45 Bad Day at Black Rock (1955) 13:05 Studio 666 (2022) 18:50 The Great Dictator (1940) 38:30 City Lights (1931) 47:00 Modern Times (1936) 1:01:45 Monsieur Verdoux (1947)
Donald Trump & His Allies Are A Clear & Present Danger To American DemocracyThis is a quote from former Federal Judge Mike Luttig testifying on the January 6th committee hearing about his own party. Luttig said the United States is at a crossroads similar to the one the country faced during the Civil War, and he said America needs help.Then we'll talk to Professor Wendy Strickler, Phd., who is a Forest Hills School District mom, Asst. Professor at Mt. St. Joseph University and former unsuccessful school board candidate who will talk about the district's recent passage of a policy banning teachers from any instruction or counsel against racism or gay discrimination. At the same recent meeting, the radical (Republican Party endorsed) board denied allowing a voluntary Diversity Day at the district's two high schools next year. She feels this Republican takeover of local school boards is a national strategy.Musical guest: Josh Beddis from Wales plays his song City Lights.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DrqWMi-Kso See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Amitava Kumar in conversation with Aleksandar Hemon, discussing Amitava Kumar's new novel "A Time Outside This Time" published by Alfred Knopf. This event was originally broadcast via Zoom and hosted by Peter Maravelis. You can purchase copies of "A Time Outside This Time" directly from City Lights here: https://citylights.com/new-fiction-in-hardcover/time-outside-this-time/ Amitava Kumar is a writer and journalist. He was born in Ara, India, and grew up in the nearby town of Patna, famous for its corruption, crushing poverty, and delicious mangoes. Kumar is the author of the novel "Immigrant, Montana," as well as several other books of nonfiction and fiction. He lives in Poughkeepsie, New York, where he is Professor of English on the Helen D. Lockwood Chair at Vassar College. Aleksandar Hemon is the author of "The Lazarus Project," which was a finalist for the 2008 National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award, and three books of short stories: "The Question of Bruno;" "Nowhere Man," which was also a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award; and "Love and Obstacles." He was the recipient of a 2003 Guggenheim Fellowship and a "genius grant" from the MacArthur Foundation, and the 2020 Dos Passos Prize. He lives in Princeton, New Jersey. This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation
Following our discussion on Silent Movie (1976), we wanted to profile some more acclaimed silent movies, including Harold Lloyd's Safety Last (1923), Buster Keaton's The General (1926), Charlie Chaplin's City Lights (1931), and lastly The Artist (2011). We also surprisingly have a lot to say about Orson Welles via our mediocre impressions.
This week we celebrate the publication of Sean's first book: The Sound of Cinema Hollywood Film Music from the Silents to the Present. As such we delve into the Frame to Frame archives and pull out some of the conversations about specifically the scores of some key films that also make an appearance in the book. It also functions as a soundtrack lesson as we hear all about spotting, temp track and the origins of film music. Timings for this week are below alongside the episode that the clip appears from - in case you want to go back and listen to the whole discussions. Episode 83 - City Lights: (01:30) Episode 27 - A Streetcar Named Desire (08:18) Episode 57 - Psycho (14:41) Episode 00-72 - On Her Majesty's Secret Service (26:28) Episode 66 - The Empire Strikes Back (32:00) Episode 89 with Special Guest Ellen Keld - Alien (37:00) Episode 68 - Jurassic Park (45:33) We will return next week with animated turtles in films. You can purchase a copy of the book below or go to our pinned tweet to find a list of book sellers: https://mcfarlandbooks.com/product/the-sound-of-cinema/ Follow us on social media: Instagram: frametoframepod Twitter: frametoframepod Letterboxd: frametoframe Facebook: Frame to Frame Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow our network: Twitter: @we_madethis Instagram: @wemadethisnetwork Facebook: @wemadethis Website: www.wemadethisnetwork.com Music: Gothamlicious by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5741-gothamlicious License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Leave us a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts!
Nicola Stephenson is known mainly for her roles in television including Margaret Clemence in Channel 4's Brookside in which her on-air kiss with Anna Friel was the first pre-watershed lesbian kiss on British television. She was an original cast member of Holby City playing Julie Fitzjohn, Allie Westbrook in Waterloo Road, Suzie Davidson in Clocking Off, Jackie Armstrong in ITV's Northern Lights & City Lights, Sarah Williams in BBC's The Chase and Tess Harris in Emmerdale. Her theatre roles include A Patriot for Me at the Royal Shakespeare Company, His Girl Friday and Edmund at the National Theatre and War Horse at the New London Theatre in the West End. Nicola Stephenson is guest number 198 on My Time Capsule and chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things she'd like to put in a time capsule; four she'd like to preserve and one she'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Follow Nicola Stephenson on Twitter: @nicstep and Instagram @officialnicstep .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by matthewboxall.com .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Put on your nightgown and grab your pick-axe because this week we are digging into the bonkers City Lights classic, Epitaph. Crazy moms, stray dogs and pee-stained sweatpants, this film has it all. Theme song by E.K. Wimmer Follow us on Instagram @lasergraves www.lasergraves.com
In a Jungle Groove: DJ Rocatz shows off Malaysia's finest all the way from OG cuts by Ahmad Nawab and Alice Sound to new school heat from Altimet and Pastel Lite. Plus DJ Harrison's hazy "City Lights", joyous soul from Arnold Blair, and summer stoop vibes from Yoshi Blessed & MC.Yushi. View the full playlist for this show at https://www.wefunkradio.com/show/1116 Enjoying WEFUNK? Listen to all of our mixes at https://www.wefunkradio.com/shows/
On the May 3, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor Ben Pearson is joined by editor and chief film critic Chris Evangelista to gather around the virtual water cooler and talk about what they've been up to. Opening Banter: At The Water Cooler: What we've been Doing: What we've been Reading: What we've been Watching:Ben watched Scream (2022), Halloween Kills, Doctor Zhivago, Starstruck season 2, Peggy Sue Got Married, City Lights, and Barry. Chris watched Men, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Walker. What we've been Eating: What we've been Playing: Also mentioned: All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS). Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at email@example.com. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word! Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.