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XXY梗你看電影
【梗你報新聞】全新李小龍電影即將登場!李安父子聯手打造 | 傳奇影業棄華納與索尼展開合作關係 | 詹姆士柯麥隆已在構思《阿凡達7》? | 2022-NOV. WK 5 | XXY + JERICHO

XXY梗你看電影

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 118:35


建立良好正確的理財觀,分散風險也要守護資產!存基金一定要懂的觀念,立即前往了解>> t.ly/VxH2【富蘭克林 國民的基金】 —— 以上為播客煮與 Firstory Podcast 自選廣告 —— 小額贊助支持本節目: https://open.firstory.me/user/ck2ymcbpa2cpi0869qq23bkji 留言告訴我你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/user/ck2ymcbpa2cpi0869qq23bkji/comments (00:00:00) 開場引言 (00:05:10) 01 李安執導「李小龍」全新傳記片,兒子李淳被老爸欽點主演、私下已秘密受訓三年 (00:14:42) 02 繼諾蘭、溫子仁後,華納再失長期合作夥伴,傳奇影業改與索尼合作 (00:26:01) 03 瑪格羅比接棒主演《神鬼奇航 6》沒被迪士尼取消?製片傑瑞布洛克海默澄清:仍在籌備中 (00:34:03) 04 柯麥隆已在構思《阿凡達 7》?他透露再拍「六部片」就息影,也談《阿凡達》可能拍影集 (00:51:57) 05 大衛哈伯自承《地獄怪客:血后的崛起》的失敗讓他學到教訓:千萬別亂搞既有的知名IP (00:57:13) 06 《阿凡達》《星際異攻隊》等大片都有她,柔伊莎達娜感嘆戲路「被系列電影給侷限」 (01:02:28) 07 班艾佛列克、麥特戴蒙合開製片公司,保證作品「商業且有料」、絕不像 Netflix 重量不重質 (01:21:09) 補充新聞 (01:40:58) CALL IN 時間 #新聞 #電影 #娛樂 【梗你報新聞】2022-NOV. WEEK 5 國內外影視新聞回顧 . ▶ 收看本篇YouTube影像版本(直播存檔):https://youtu.be/VE5pX8rvbys ▶ 收聽本篇PODCAST聲音版本:https://open.firstory.me/story/clba31da102u501qyfjnd18ts/platforms ▶ 閱讀【方格子】圖文整理:https://vocus.cc/article/638d3f6bfd897800015c11c6 . . 01 李安執導「李小龍」全新傳記片,兒子李淳被老爸欽點主演、私下已秘密受訓三年 《Deadline》獨家報導,索尼旗下的3000影業已敲定由臺灣知名導演李安操刀改編李小龍生平的全新傳記電影,並與李小龍的女兒李香凝共同出任監製,李安的兒子李淳將飾演這位傳奇武打巨星。本片將由《柯波帝:冷血告白》編劇丹富特曼操刀劇本,但在丹富特之前,與李安合作過多部作品的《比利林恩的中場戰事》編劇琴卡斯泰爾利、香港編劇夫妻檔張婉婷和羅啟銳、作家威爾塔爾斯都經手撰寫過此計畫劇本。報導中透露透露,李安已籌備此片多年,李淳也在過去三年在亞洲悄悄展開武術訓練。 . 02 繼諾蘭、溫子仁後,華納再失長期合作夥伴,傳奇影業改與索尼合作 傳奇影業去年因院線串流同步發行而與發行商華納兄弟產生矛盾,華納也在同時期面臨人力出走潮;如今,傳奇影業與索尼共同宣佈,他們已簽定未來多年的院線發行協議,索尼將負責傳奇影業所有電影、電視、家用影音等在全球地區的發行與宣傳事宜;但在中國地區,電影發行則依舊由傳奇東方自主負責。另外,傳奇影業日後也仍保有可以為各大串流平台製作及發行電影的選擇權。不過,先前已與華納兄弟合作發行的項目,如《沙丘》《哥吉拉》系列電影未來的續集依舊會由華納兄弟負責,不會移交給索尼。 . 03 瑪格羅比接棒主演《神鬼奇航 6》沒被迪士尼取消?製片傑瑞布洛克海默澄清:仍在籌備中 瑪格羅比上個月接受《浮華世界》雜誌專訪時意外表示,原定由她主演的《神鬼奇航》全新電影已被迪士尼取消;不過《神鬼奇航》系列的製片人傑瑞布洛克海默日前接受《Collider》專訪時則做出了澄清。他表示:先前證實的兩部《神鬼奇航》續作,均仍處於開發階段,只是其中一部進度較快;瑪格羅比所主演的那部劇本會在某個時間點取得進展,而《神鬼奇航》開發了兩個不同的故事,另一部會優先製作,所以這正是目前團隊發展的重心,先打算把另外一部先拍出來。 . 04 柯麥隆已在構思《阿凡達 7》?他透露再拍「六部片」就息影,也談《阿凡達》可能拍影集 好萊塢知名大導詹姆士柯麥隆在《好萊塢記者報》最新專訪中透露,雖然《阿凡達》系列原本只計劃拍到第五集,但現在他的腦筋早已動到第六、第七集去,不過前提是要有足夠的票房基礎。他曾說過,自己可能無法拍完《阿凡達》未來所有續集,不排除之後會交棒給年輕人接手完成,而他這次也重申了類似的話,並表示自己很顯然我不會一直無止盡地將這些《阿凡達》續集拍下去。柯麥隆估計,他這輩子最多只會再拍五到六部電,而其中三部大概會是《阿凡達》的續集。 . 05 大衛哈伯自承《地獄怪客:血后的崛起》的失敗讓他學到教訓:千萬別亂搞既有的知名IP 最近正在宣傳新片《暴戾夜》好萊塢知名演員大衛哈伯,談起三年前接演的票房口碑皆表現不進理想的超級英雄改編電影《地獄怪客:血后的崛起》,他坦言,他確實從這失敗之中學到寶貴的一課,那就是「千萬別去亂碰既有的知名 IP」,尤其是深受粉絲喜愛的IP。無論那種電影是失敗還是成功,這種片子它們都會碰到類似的狀況,幾乎不可能避免。但像《怪奇物語》或《暴戾夜》這些作品是原創的,所以當它們問世之後,觀眾去評價它們的時候不會夾帶太多想法,對他而言這就是既存 IP 不易經營的原因。 . 06 《阿凡達》《星際異攻隊》等大片都有她,柔伊莎達娜感嘆戲路「被系列電影給侷限」 好萊塢女星柔伊莎達娜,這十幾年來陸續接演包括《阿凡達》《星際爭霸戰》《星際異攻隊》等系列電影;儘管這些系列電影讓她收入和工作量十分穩定,但她近期接受《女裝日報》專訪時坦言,自己的戲路被這些系列電影給困住。她感激這些演出機會,也很慶幸因此認識了許多才華出眾的導演,以及成為好朋友們的卡司群,但這也意味著自己無法演出不同類型的故事和不同的角色來擴展、成長或挑戰自己。此外,她也感嘆社會給女性施加的壓力,一旦有了孩子、邁入40歲後,大好青春就這樣消失了。 . 07 班艾佛列克、麥特戴蒙合開製片公司,保證作品「商業且有料」、絕不像 Netflix 重量不重質 好萊塢兩大男星班艾佛列克、麥特戴蒙在今年六月時宣佈共同成立Artists Equity 製片公司,兩人近期更向媒體披露,他們未來都將以獨家的名義為這家全新的製片公司製作新片,其中戴蒙更同意會出演好幾部新片。第一部電影將會是取材自Nike公司的真人實事改編電影,由班艾佛列克執導,並與麥特戴蒙共同自編自演;此外,明年他們預計將會發行三部作品,往後也以每年發行五部電影為目標,強調絕對會兼顧商業與高品質,並舉了Netflix幾位人名為例,暗示不走重量不重質的策略。 . . 補充新聞: (01) 《沙丘》前傳影集《姐妹會》再曝新一批卡司:馬克史壯加入扮演「宇宙皇帝」,傑德阿努卡飾演姐妹會成員席奧多莎、克里斯梅森飾演劍術大師基蘭亞崔迪 (02) 節目長度縮減手段太過頭被罵爆,奧斯卡典禮明年「恢復統一直播」所有23個獎項;2023年3月12日舉辦頒獎典禮 (03) 山繆傑克森回應,昆汀塔倫提諾的「漫威演員非電影明星」說法,表示這些角色就是需要演員來扮演,指劉思慕誤會昆汀在說白人當到的舊好萊塢時代才有電影明星 (04) 《黑豹 2:瓦干達萬歲》「納摩」無緣推出個人電影;漫威副總奈特摩爾解釋,「納摩」目前個人電影版權仍在環球影業,現在只是「借回來」讓他擔任配角 (05) 威爾史密斯坦言因「巴掌事件」失眠,表示:若有人不想看我的新片,我尊重他們意願;新片《自由路上》於2022年12月2日院線上映,12月9日上架 Apple TV+ (06) 誰最適合接任新一代《蒙面俠蘇洛》?安東尼奧班德拉斯點名湯姆霍蘭 . . 不知道看到這些影視新聞,你有什麼想法呢? 歡迎留言與我們討論唷! 新聞編輯:XXY、Jericho 新聞提供:影劇好有梗、Screen Fandom ************** 歡迎加入【XXY 梗你看電影】LINE 社群,隨時與我們互動唷!

The ManNic Podcast
The ManNic Film Club: Barry!

The ManNic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 32:47


Welcome back to The ManNic Film Club. For season three we've scoured the internet and combed through numerous lists to find some of the most underappreciated films on Netflix, and so ManNic Productions are happy to bring you season three or as we're calling it... The ManNic Film Club: Hidden Gems! This season we're bringing you ten main episodes each focusing on one of Netflix's hidden gem films. We have collected 19 films from various sources including GQ Magazine, Collider, Thoughts for Film & Liam's home town newspaper The Saffron Walden Reporter. Each episode we randomly pick one film from the list. In this week's episode we're watching “Barry”! A young Barack Obama forges his identity while dealing with race, divergent cultures and ordinary life as a New York City college student. Will "'Barry" get the boys votes or end up with a vote of no confidence! Let us know if you agree with our review or if you think we're way off, head over to @Themannic on Twitter and let us know if the film was a Hit or a Miss for you! This episode of The ManNic Film Club marks the end of Season Three but welcomes in a brand new and improved ManNic Patreon! If you still ant to get your fix of The ManNic Film Club you can by subscribing to The ManNic Patreon at a middle tier level where you'll receive Film Club as a monthly bonus! The first film the boys will be watching as part of the new Exclusive Film Club will be Black Panther Wakanda Forever, which is still available in the cinema! If you want to get a little more from your ManNic experience why not check out one of our social media platforms (Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Tumblr) or even become a ManNic Patreon. ManNic Patrons get access to extended episodes of The ManNic Podcast containing Patreon exclusive segments as well as access to the ManNic Discord. You can find the link to our Patreon as well as all our social media in the Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ManNic ---------- Thank you for listening, don't forget to Like, Comment & Subscribe! Stay Safe & Stay ManNic!

Star Wars 7x7 | Star Wars News, Interviews, and More!
Mando Season 3 Countdown: Release Date and More | Episode 3,073

Star Wars 7x7 | Star Wars News, Interviews, and More!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 7:08


It's official: season 3 of The Mandalorian will debut on March 1, 2023! Plus there was new footage shown ... in Brazil! We'll chat about that, about actors and directors, and even a little about Bad Batch scheduling. Punch it! As promised in the episode, here's the link to the Collider article with info from the Brazil footage: https://collider.com/the-mandalorian-season-3-trailer-footage-explained-ccxp/ ~*~*~*~*~*~ Be sure to subscribe/follow the show on your favorite podcast app! If you have an extra minute, a rating or review on Apple or Spotify would be super helpful, too. :-) Like YouTube? Subscribe here: https://youtube.com/sw7x7?sub_confirmation=1 Wanna leave me a tip? Thank you in advance! https://venmo.com/sw7x7 Join the SW7x7 community: https://Patreon.com/sw7x7 ~*~*~*~*~*~ Follow the Show: Twitter: http://twitter.com/sw7x7podcast TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@sw7x7 Instagram: https://instagram.com/sw7x7 Facebook: https://facebook.com/sw7x7 Star Wars 7x7. It's destiny unleashed! #sw7x7

ForceTime: A Star Wars Podcast
ANDOR Season 1 Discussion feat. Abbey // @starwarsparallels

ForceTime: A Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 76:54


Travis and Kara welcome Abbey // @starwarsparallels to the show for their ANDOR Season 1 Discussion!Join us as we cover the key moments of Season 1 and speculate on what's to come in Season 2!Follow Abbey @starwarsparallels on Instagram and @swparallels on Hive! Check out her articles on Andor at Collider here: https://collider.com/author/abbey-matheson/Follow Kara @intoalargerworldbykara on Instagram and @intoalargerwrld on Hive! Go buy some of her zines for you and all your friends here: https://campsite.bio/intoalargerworldbykaraFollow the show @ForceTimePod on Twitter, Instagram, and Hive! Leave us a 5-Star review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoy the show!"Robobozo" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

GALACTIC PROGENY
PH11 X2M-113 STARCHILD

GALACTIC PROGENY

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 129:29


TRAGEDY OF THE SOLOMONIC ERA As in the case of Israel's possession of the land in Joshua, (PH1-10 after the Northern & Southern Campaign effectively eliminated the 31 kings) so toward the end of narrating the zenith of Israelite kingship in Solomon, 1 Kings 8:56 says that Solomon's reign and building of the temple happened "according to all that He promised; not one word ... failed of all His good promise, which He promised through Moses His servant." “You will bring them in and plant them in the mountain of your inheritance, in the place you made for your residence, (Palace) O Lord, the sanctuary, (Temple) O Lord, that your hands have established.” Exodus‬ ‭15:17‬ ‭ This is not mere fulfillment of prophecies about a kingdom and a temple; in the light of the links to Gen. 1-2, this is also the realization of a kingdom and a temple in what appeared to be an emerging new creation (X2M-99-). And, as with Joshua, although there was an escalated fulfillment of prophecies of the Israelite kingship and of the temple (and even more so with Solomon), these fulfillments were not consummated. Subsequent history reveals this lack of consummation in that sin by both Solomon and Israel occurred, resulting not in elevation of conditions into a new creation (X2M99-) where perfect righteousness dwells but rather in the deleterious consequences of the splintering of Israelite kingship and kingdom, destruction of the temple, and dismantling of the nation itself in exile. Also, both Moses's prophecy in Exod. 15:17-18 and God's promise in 2 Sam. 7:10-16 (an allusive development itself of the Exod. 15 passage) affirm that the kingdom and the temple will be established forever, which did not happen with Solomon. Lack of complete fulfillment is indicated also by the conditional way that the fulfillment is expressed (1 Kings 2:4; 8:25; 9:1-9)… “and the Lord will fulfill his promise to me, ‘If your descendants watch their step and live faithfully in my presence with all their heart and being, then,' he promised, ‘you will not fail to have a successor on the throne of Israel.'” ‭1 Kings‬ ‭2:4‬ ‭NET‬‬ …as well as by the observation, as in Joshua, that left in Israel were some of the people remaining from the enemy nations,"whom the sons of Israel were unable to destroy utterly" (1 Kings 9:21). THE WHY OF ZECHARIAH - see notes in book The essence is the restoration | Tikkun and consummation | Olam of God's kingdom. SIX DAYS Invitation Initiation Designation Probation Conferral Confirmation SEVENTH DAY Consummation The consummation which would have been typified in Solomon was only completed in Jesus that the fullness of Christ would be in us in this end-time generation by transfiguration leading to glorification... “After Solomon finished building the Lord's temple, the royal palace, and all the other construction projects he had planned, the Lord appeared to Solomon a second time… Jesus fulfills the complete conditions of the covenant with one sacrifice Beginning next week, X2M-114 we will start with the book of Zechariah detailing through 7 visions/aspects of our King of Glory… X. Introduction to Structure 1. Governor of the Nations 2. Avenger of the Afflicted 3. Builder of God's City 4. Guardian of God's Courts 5. Anointer of God's Temple 6. Desolator of the Apostates 7. Judge of the World Much of the church usually camps out around 1, 2 or a few of the above 7 attributes of Jesus…we need a robust multifaceted view of Him in consummation….that He's the Governor, Avenger, Builder, Guardian, Anointer, Desolator of the apostates, Judge…the King of Glory! Our aperture of Him will not then be 1, 2 or few sides but multifaceted and our vision will be reality in our midst within and without as Collider comes into fruition. That even as we behold (vision) Him in His consummation…the consummation of the ages we will become like Him.

Rochester Rising
Episode 263: Kristine Stensland of Blending.Love

Rochester Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022


Collider is passionate about sharing the stories of Rochester entrepreneurs and small business owners! Today on the podcast, we chat with Kristine Stensland who, with her husband, developed a tool to assist therapists, coaches, and relationship educators who work with blended families. Thanks for listening! If you find value in this podcast, please consider donating and lending support to Collider's efforts to share the stories of Rochester entrepreneurs and inspire others on their journey.

The ManNic Podcast
The ManNic Film Club: Surge!

The ManNic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 27:22


Welcome back to The ManNic Film Club. For season three we've scoured the internet and combed through numerous lists to find some of the most underappreciated films on Netflix, and so ManNic Productions are happy to bring you season three or as we're calling it... The ManNic Film Club: Hidden Gems! This season we're bringing you ten main episodes each focusing on one of Netflix's hidden gem films. We have collected 19 films from various sources including GQ Magazine, Collider, Thoughts for Film & Liam's home town newspaper The Saffron Walden Reporter. Each episode we randomly pick one film from the list. In this week's episode we're watching “'Surge”! Feeling trapped in a dreary existence, an airport security worker breaks free from his reality and embarks on a wild, reckless journey through London. Will "'Surge" give the boys a surge of positivity or give leave them in state of confusion! Let us know if you agree with our review or if you think we're way off, head over to @Themannic on Twitter and let us know if the film was a Hit or a Miss for you! The next hidden gem we're going to be watching is "Barry", Watch along with us ready for the next episode! (Film available on Netflix) If you want to get a little more from your ManNic experience why not check out one of our social media platforms (Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Tumblr) or even become a ManNic Patreon. ManNic Patrons get access to extended episodes of The ManNic Podcast containing Patreon exclusive segments as well as access to the ManNic Discord. You can find the link to our Patreon as well as all our social media in the Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ManNic ---------- Thank you for listening, don't forget to Like, Comment & Subscribe! Stay Safe & Stay ManNic!

Legends of S.H.I.E.L.D.: An Unofficial Marvel Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Fan Podcast
X-Men The Animated Series S4E11 and S4E14 Review (A Marvel Comic Universe Podcast) LoS452

Legends of S.H.I.E.L.D.: An Unofficial Marvel Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Fan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 77:31


The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents Lauren, Agent Michelle, and Producer of the show Director SP discuss the 1992 Marvel Entertainment Group X-Men The Animated Series season four Disney+ reordered episodes eleven “Proteus Part 1,” twelve “Proteus Part 2,” thirteen “Family Ties,” and fourteen “Bloodlines.” The Team debriefs you with a Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Previously On in honor of X-Men The Animated Series, IMDB Episode descriptions, some comicbook background to Proteus, what Dear John letters are, Xavier and Moira's forbidden romance, the challenges from childhood isolation, what breaks Wolverine, what the blurred book was, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, Magneto In Depth, Deathbed Confessions, Mutant Tinder, and Comicbook Character Therapy. The Team also discuss the top Marvel Studios news stories of the week including Black Panther Wakanda Forever water costumes designs, the Wakanda Forever Box Office, the Sony ‘Silk' deal with MGM+, and a few Marvel Studios news quick hits.   THIS TIME ON LEGENDS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.:   Marvel Entertainment's X-Men The Animated Series As Shown On Disney+ Discuss the 1992 X-Men Animated Series season 4 S4E11 “Proteus Part 1” S4E12 “Proteus Part 2” S4E13 “Family Ties” S4E14 “Bloodlines” Weekly Marvel Studio News Spider-Man' Spinoff Series ‘Silk' Lands Order At MGM+ & Amazon ‘Wakanda Forever' Costume Designer Ruth Carter on Film's New Water Sets Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Pushes Disney Over $3 Billion at Box Office for the Year   X-MEN THE ANIMATED SERIES S4E11 through S4E14 [3:57]   PREVIOUSLY ON LEGENDS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. … [4:00]   X-Men The Animated Series Season 4 Episodes 11-14 Premiered on “Fox Kids” (Episode Order As Shown On Disney+, Premiere Dates As Shown On Fox)- move to after school programming S4E11 “Proteus Part 1” Saturday, September 30th, 1995 S4E12 “Proteus Part 2” Saturday, October 7th 1995 S4E13 “Family Ties” Saturday, May 4th, 1996 S4E14 “Bloodlines” Saturday, August 28th, 1996 MARVEL STUDIOS WEEKLY NEWS [55:39]   TOP NEWS STORY OF THE WEEK   Kevin Conroy, Legendary Batman Voice Actor, Dies at 66 ‘Spider-Man' Spinoff Series ‘Silk' Lands Order At MGM+ & Amazon With Angela Kang As Showrunner; Forms Part Of Suite Of Marvel Series From Sony TV https://deadline.com/2022/11/spider-man-spin-off-series-silk-mgm-amazon-1235175212/ Sony controls over 900 Marvel characters as part of an arrangement that pre-dates Disney's acquisition of Marvel and many of the Marvel characters are heading to the small screen after MGM+, the linear network formerly known as Epix, and Amazon Prime Video ordered a suite of live-action series from Sony Pictures Television.   Spider-Man spinoff series Silk: Spider Society, which has been in the works for some time, will be the first show to emerge from the pact with The Walking Dead's Angela Kang set as showrunner.   The deal is a culmination of a complex web of rights that meant the series will have to debut first on a linear network, in this case MGM+, which is set to be relaunched with its new name in January. MGM+ will have the first window in the U.S. and the series will then air on Amazon's Prime Video streaming service in the States.   MCU – MARVEL STUDIOS   Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Pushes Disney Over $3 Billion at Box Office for the Year https://comicbook.com/movies/news/black-panther-wakanda-forever-pushes-disney-over-3-billion-at-box-office-for-the-year/ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is already one of the biggest hits of the year. The film is being greeted with great reviews and a tremendous response from audiences with an 84% Certified Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an A CinemaScore. Now, it seems that the sequel has another accolade to place under its belt. After Wakanda Forever's massive $381 million debut, Disney has officially passed $3 billion at the box office for the year. This marks the 14th year that the studio has hit that milestone, and it passes last years $2.9 billion total. The film combined with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Lightyear, and Death on the Nile all contributed to the final number.   Thunderbolts Will Drop a Bomb on the Marvel Cinematic Universe https://gizmodo.com/thunderbolts-david-harbour-mcu-movie-1849776448 Marvel's antihero team-up Thunderbolts is reuniting an oddball family, as David Harbour's Red Guardian and Florence Pugh's Yelena Belova join forces again and build on their complicated relationship established in 2021's Black Widow.   Although he has not yet received a script for the Marvel Cinematic Universe project, Harbour spoke to io9 while on the press tour for his new holiday movie, Violent Night, and shared that he knows "the arc of the movie and how it functions...and it's super cool. The idea is really cool." The actor, best known for his role in Stranger Things, then expressed his excitement about working with Pugh again. "What [director Jake Schreier] wants to do with Florence's character is very interesting and how I factor into how we develop our relationship is very interesting," he said. Their troubled father-daughter dynamic was teased in Black Widow, but Harbour hints that it will be explored even further in "this movie that's, you know, kind of ragtag."   ‘Wakanda Forever' Costume Designer Ruth Carter on Film's New Water Sets: ‘I Had to Weigh Costumes Down so They Wouldn't Float' https://variety.com/2022/artisans/awards/wakanda-forever-black-panther-costume-design-production-design-cinematography-ruth-carter-1235429898/ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever costume designer Ruth E. Carter and production designer Hannah Beachler revealed that the film's costumes required weights for its underwater scenes.   In an interview with Variety, Carter shared that since a good portion of the film takes place in the undersea city of Talokan, the crew had to test how the costumes they designed interacted with the water. Weights were eventually added to the outfits to ensure they looked as intended under the ocean. "For the water scenes, we had a 20-foot tank in which we did tests," Carter said. "Divers went down in the water and I had to put them in costumes that included headdresses and capes, just to see what those costumes would do in water, and I ended up putting weights in."   Captain America 4 Starts Shooting in Spring 2023 https://www.cbr.com/captain-america-4-spring-2023-shoot/ Marvel Studios VP of Production & Development Nate Moore recently revealed that Captain America: New World Order will start shooting in Spring 2023.   Moore discussed the upcoming sequel in an interview with Collider, confirming that it will be his next Marvel Studios project following the release of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. He added that pre-production is already underway on the fourth entry in the Captain America franchise, and responded in the affirmative when asked if he was happy with the movie's script.   Marvel's Thunderbolts Reportedly Starts Production Next Summer https://www.cbr.com/thunderbolts-starts-shooting-june-2023-mcu/ Marvel Studios will reportedly begin production on its upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Thunderbolts, in mid-2023.   Following the recent announcement that Captain America: New World Order will begin filming in Spring 2023, industry scooper Daniel RPK revealed that Thunderbolts will kick off production shortly after the Captain America sequel in June 2023. Both films are currently scheduled to be released in 2024 as part of Phase 5 of the MCU.   DISNEY+   Marvel Studios' Special Presentation: The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special | Official Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYhFFQl4fLs Marvel Studios' Special Presentation: The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special will premier November 25th on Disney+   Ms. Marvel's Iconic Catchphrase Added to Official Scrabble Dictionary https://comicbook.com/tv-shows/news/ms-marvels-iconic-catchphrase-added-to-official-scrabble-dictionary/ The Disney+ TV show, Ms. Marvel, has big news as one of their most iconic catch phrases has made it into the Scrabble dictionary. Merriam-Webster dictionary took to their own Twitter account to reveal the news.   "NEW EDITION of the SCRABBLE DICTIONARY." The official Scrabble account wrote on Twitter. "Now you can play: BAE, VAX, HYGGE, ZONKEY, VAQUITA, EMBIGGEN."   Daredevil: Born Again Reportedly Aiming for a TV-MA Rating https://www.cbr.com/daredevil-born-again-tv-ma-rating-report-mcu/ Daredevil: Born Again, the upcoming soft-reboot of Netflix and Marvel's Daredevil series, will be going after the equivalent of television's R rating, according to an industry insider.   "Is Daredevil gonna be TV-MA?" a fan on Twitter asked of industry insider Daniel Ricthman. Richtman, a proven source of reliable leaks, gave a simple, one-word reply: "Likely." This revelation should please fans of the original show. The former Daredevil series stands out from typical Marvel fare with its gritty, realistic depiction of violence and the physical and emotional toll being Daredevil puts on Matt Murdock, the man behind the mask. A TV-MA rating should allow the showrunners to push Daredevil: Born Again even further.   Daredevil's Deborah Ann Woll Still Hasn't Been Asked to Join Born Again https://www.cbr.com/daredevils-deborah-ann-woll-still-hasnt-been-asked-to-join-born-again/ Daredevil star Deborah Ann Woll has confirmed that she still hasn't been asked to feature in Daredevil: Born Again, a reboot of the Netflix show.   On an episode of the Inside of You podcast hosted by Michael Rosenbaum, Woll revealed that she hasn't received any calls from the makers of the Daredevil reboot. "So, as of now, I am not a part of it," the actor confirmed. Woll starred as Karen Page, Matt Murdock's secretary and love interest on the Netflix show that was canceled after three seasons. Woll shared that she would be "thrilled" to be on the show and felt like there was more for her character to explore. "They know where I am. Like I said, I love the character Karen Page. I love telling that story. But it is up to them what kind of story that they want to tell," she added. Karen Page was an integral part of all three seasons of Daredevil and played a significant role in Matt Murdock's life.   AGATHA: COVEN OF CHAOS: MORE STORY DETAILS REVEALED: EXCLUSIVE https://www.theilluminerdi.com/2022/11/17/agatha-coven-of-chaos-details/ Agatha: Coven of Chaos may be at least partially set in Westview, NJ -- the same town where WandaVision took place.   The story was broken by the Illuminerdi, who reported that Agatha: Coven of Chaos will return to Westview. According to the site, "The show seemingly picks up where WandaVision left off, as Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) will be freed from Wanda's spell, which imprisoned her in her Westview persona, Agnes. Most interestingly our sources stated that she is freed by a new Coven of Witches. Aubrey Plaza is one of them and according to some casting details it can be assumed that Ali Ahn is also part of them."   MCU – TIMELINE   Will the MCU Ever End? Marvel Studios VP Nate Moore Responds https://www.cbr.com/will-mcu-end-marvel-studios-vp-nate-moore/ Marvel Studios' Vice President of Production and Development Nate Moore doesn't see the Marvel Cinematic Universe ending any time soon.   Speaking on The Town with Matthew Belloni podcast, Moore believes that the franchise can continue on for "a long time," insisting that the creative teams behind the MCU still have plenty of stories to tell. "To me, Marvel movies are just movies," said the filmmaker. "Our source material is just… It'd be like saying, 'Hey, are movies about books gonna go on forever?' Probably." Despite this confidence, Moore elaborated by emphasizing that Marvel Studios can't rest easy with the established formula. "I think we have to continue to… We can't sit back on our laurels. We can't think we have the answers. We have to continue to push the envelope as far as genre and what we're willing to explore."   OUTRO AND BONUS AUDIO [1:11:54]   Join Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next time as the Agents discuss the Marvel Studios 2022 film Thor Love And Thunder. You can usually listen in live when we record Saturday Mornings at 10:00 AM Eastern Time at on YouTube or Twitch. Contact Info: Please see http://www.legendsofshield.com for all of our contact information or call our voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871   Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Is a Proud Member Of The GonnaGeek Network (gonnageek.com).   This podcast was recorded on Saturday November 19th, 2022.   Standby for your S.H.I.E.L.D. debriefing ---   Audio and Video Production by SP Rupert of GonnaGeek.com.   YouTube Video Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CYO-sz5CSI   Legends Of SHIELD Podcast Theme: "Hitman" by Kevin MacLoed https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300013   TV's Travis "Wait, Have You Seen?..." https://tvstravis.com/2022/11/09/episode-191-12-monkeys-1995/   Ignorance Was Bliss - Ideas Don't Happen at a Convenient Time — with Jennifer Steil https://iwbpodcast.com/2022/11/09/442/   Better Podcasting 263 "Anonymous Podcasting:: https://www.betterpodcasting.com/2022/11/14/better-podcasting-263-anonymous-podcasting/   Better Podcasting Chats With SP https://www.betterpodcasting.com/2022/11/18/travis-crawford-film-buff-video-gamer-podcaster-tvs-travis-bpcwsp021/   Playcomics Podcast https://playcomics.com   Michelle on Twitter https://twitter.com/Chelle_Game   Lauren's Voice Services: http://www.lwsalinas.com Lauren on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sithwitch

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Ep 135. Dr. Collider & Dr. Thomas:Transforming Secondary Education: Middle and High School Dual Language Programs

Empowering LLs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 79:05


Dr. Collier & Dr. Thomas, the two legends of dual language programs share their 35 years of research and suggestions in this heartfelt conversation. By purchasing their book through this Amazon Affiliate's link, you will support the costs associated with maintaining the blog at no cost to yourself. Thank you in advance! https://amzn.to/3ISUFEJ You can connect with Tan on Twitter at @TanKHuynh and TanKHuynh.com.  You can learn more about my courses at https://tankhuynh.com/courses.  

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 64:59


建立良好正確的理財觀,分散風險也要守護資產!存基金一定要懂的觀念,立即前往了解>> t.ly/VxH2【富蘭克林 國民的基金】 —— 以上為播客煮與 Firstory Podcast 自選廣告 —— 小額贊助支持本節目: https://open.firstory.me/user/ck2ymcbpa2cpi0869qq23bkji 留言告訴我你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/user/ck2ymcbpa2cpi0869qq23bkji/comments (00:00:00) 開場引言 (00:03:28) 01 《阿凡達3》可能會是大結局?卡麥隆鬆口:這系列本來就吃力不討好 (00:09:21) 02 第95屆奧斯卡主持人揭曉,吉米金莫三度回歸並自嘲:沒人想接手他們才找我 (00:14:08) 03 不只金鋼狼回歸?《死侍3》傳將大鬧福斯宇宙,有望與「舊版」驚奇4超人同台 (00:18:56) 04 亞歷鮑德溫反告劇組人員要為槍擊案負責,他嘆名聲掃地、好萊塢不想再找他拍戲 (00:26:06) 05 安娜德哈瑪絲主演《捍衛任務》外傳正式開拍,「約翰維克」基努李維也回歸演出 (00:29:50) 06 《印第安納瓊斯》Disney+ 外傳影集主角換人當,有望由瓊斯博士的「師父兼岳父」領軍 (00:35:12) 07 正面回應「#大衛艾亞剪輯版」等粉絲訴求,DC總裁詹姆斯岡恩:我們傾聽並接納所有意見 (00:40:54) 補充新聞 (00:50:40) CALL IN 時間 #新聞 #電影 #娛樂 【梗你報新聞】2022-NOV. WEEK 2 國內外影視新聞回顧 . ▶ 收看本篇YouTube影像版本(直播存檔):https://youtu.be/joepD_ECNAk ▶ 收聽本篇PODCAST聲音版本:https://open.firstory.me/story/clag5p4bf06wa01t46cmw7bx0/platforms ▶ 閱讀【方格子】圖文整理:https://vocus.cc/article/6371a29cfd897800011e51c8 . . 01 《阿凡達3》可能會是大結局?卡麥隆鬆口:這系列本來就吃力不討好 睽違13年的《阿凡達》續集《阿凡達:水之道》即將在今年底上映;縱使最初規劃有後續的3、4、5集,導演詹姆斯卡麥隆最近卻表示,如果《阿凡達2》票房不如預期,那他就會考慮讓整個系列在《阿凡達3》劃下句點。他在接受專訪時表示,三個月後市場會告訴他們該不該繼續走下去;如果賣不了錢,那電影拍三部就該停下來,不要無止盡地做下去。卡麥隆同時表示,雖然還有很多故事可以說,但在經歷疫情和串流媒體崛起的時代,這部電影便是為了提醒觀眾,讓電影回到大銀幕世界的真正意義。 . 02 第95屆奧斯卡主持人揭曉,吉米金莫三度回歸並自嘲:沒人想接手他們才找我 美國影藝學院於上週正式揭曉,第95屆奧斯卡金像獎頒獎典禮的主持人將會由知名脫口秀天王吉米金莫回歸擔任。這是金莫第三度接下奧斯卡的主持棒,先前曾連續主持過第89屆和第90屆的頒獎典禮。他在聲明中表示:「第三次被邀請主持奧斯卡頒獎典禮,這要嘛是一項莫大的榮譽,要嘛就是個陷阱。」並提到,主持奧斯卡向來是艱鉅任務,觀眾很難被討好,多半是批評多過好評,所以才會讓所有同行如此排斥接下重任;吉米金莫更自嘲,他其實是影藝學院最後一個才想到要找的人選。 . 03 不只金鋼狼回歸?《死侍3》傳將大鬧福斯宇宙,有望與「舊版」驚奇4超人同台 據業界媒體人丹尼爾瑞奇曼透露,《死侍3》的劇情主軸將會是死侍造訪福斯宇宙的各大超級英雄系列電影,因此他不僅會見到來自《X戰警》系列的休傑克曼,還可能見到2005版的《驚奇4超人》系列班底;據說,死侍也會發現到他與2005版的驚奇4超人是身處在同一個宇宙。然而,這並非是《死侍》首次想與《驚奇4超人》連動,早在首集導演提姆米勒退出續集之前,福斯就曾計劃要讓2015版的《驚奇4超人》卡司出現在《死侍2》,甚至還請美術團隊替 2015 版的演員設計了一系列的新戰服。 . 04 亞歷鮑德溫反告劇組人員要為槍擊案負責,他嘆名聲掃地、好萊塢不想再找他拍戲 睽違13年的《阿凡達》續集《阿凡達:水之道》即將在今年底上映;縱使最初規劃有後續的3、4、5集,導演詹姆斯卡麥隆最近卻表示,如果《阿凡達2》票房不如預期,那他就會考慮讓整個系列在《阿凡達3》劃下句點。他在接受專訪時表示,三個月後市場會告訴他們該不該繼續走下去;如果賣不了錢,那電影拍三部就該停下來,不要無止盡地做下去。卡麥隆同時表示,雖然還有很多故事可以說,但在經歷疫情和串流媒體崛起的時代,這部電影便是為了提醒觀眾,讓電影回到大銀幕世界的真正意義。 . 05 安娜德哈瑪絲主演《捍衛任務》外傳正式開拍,「約翰維克」基努李維也回歸演出 《捍衛任務》系列籌劃多年的首部外傳電影《芭蕾舞伶》,去年十月宣告由安娜德哈瑪絲接下主演大任,目前也剛於布拉格正式開拍;《Collider》更獨家披露,正傳系列主角基努李維已抵達布拉格準備拍攝,不過他是客串還是擔任配角,現階段不得而知。獅門影業拒絕回應基努李維參演的消息,但他們證實本系列固定班底「溫斯頓」伊恩麥克夏恩會繼續在這部外傳中扮演大陸飯店經理。目前《捍衛任務4》將於北美2023年03月24日上映,《芭蕾舞伶》檔期目前仍未定。 . 06 《印第安納瓊斯》Disney+ 外傳影集主角換人當,有望由瓊斯博士的「師父兼岳父」領軍 美國影評人暨電影記者傑夫史奈德,日前於PODCAST節目《The Hot Mic》爆料, Disney+正在籌備的《印第安那瓊斯》外傳影集,將不會是90年代時期播出的《百勝天龍:少年印第安納瓊斯》那樣,是講述瓊斯少年時期的故事,而是改以瓊斯的妻子「瑪麗安」的父親「艾伯納」為主角。「艾伯納瑞文伍德」雖然並沒有真正在四集電影裡出場,但劇情有簡略提及他的背景,他除了是第一、四集的女主角瑪麗安的父親,還曾在芝加哥大學教授考古學,是印第安那瓊斯重要的導師,而因此瓊斯才會認識瑪麗安。 . 07 正面回應「#大衛艾亞剪輯版」等粉絲訴求,DC總裁詹姆斯岡恩:我們傾聽並接納所有意見 新任DC工作室聯合執行長詹姆士岡恩與彼得薩福蘭,經過一個禮拜的交接工作期後,再度回到他熟悉的推特小宇宙。岡恩在推特上表示:在一個漫長又有創意的週末後,看到#SaveLegendsofTomorrow 和 #ReleaseTheAyerCut 等推文,以及粉絲們對 DC 未來的各種建言,身為DC工作室最新 (也是史上第一個) 執行長,我和彼得都認同並傾聽粉絲對DC未來道路的期許是很重要的事。雖然岡恩沒有承諾任何事情,卻強調他們接納任何可能性,並歡迎所有新舊粉絲一同參與未來的DC宇宙。 . . 補充新聞: (01) 《牠》前傳影集《歡迎蒞臨德利鎮》正式啟動;《神力女超人》編劇傑森福克斯,與影集《東京之惡》編劇布萊德凱恩擔任節目統籌,探索小丑「潘尼懷斯」起源故事 (02) 迪士尼籌拍《巫山大逃亡 / 超異能冒險》串流影集版;《侏羅紀世界》布萊思達拉斯霍華有望加入主演,近期將在多倫多開拍 (03) 《死侍3》確認一月開拍,傳聞歐文威爾森「莫比烏斯」回歸扮關鍵角色;電影定檔2024年11月8日上映 (04) 漫威、星戰兩大宇宙搶合作;《死侍3》《脫稿玩家》導演尚恩李維將操刀全新神秘《星際大戰》電影,劇情保密中 (05) 觀看人數創新高《食人魔達默》一口氣續訂兩季;第二季將聚焦「其他對社會造成深遠影響的可怕人物」,每一季講述不同角色的故事;《窺視者》同步續訂第二季 (06) 《蜘蛛人:新宇宙》續集曝光新卡司,丹尼爾卡盧亞加入配音「龐克蜘蛛人」,預定2023年6日2日上映;第三集排定2024年3月29日上映 . . 不知道看到這些影視新聞,你有什麼想法呢? 歡迎留言與我們討論唷! 新聞編輯:XXY、Jericho 新聞提供:影劇好有梗、Screen Fandom ************** 歡迎加入【XXY 梗你看電影】LINE 社群,隨時與我們互動唷!

Mark Kavanagh
Mark Kavanagh Collider Live Mix

Mark Kavanagh

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 90:50


I am a product of my environment

The ManNic Podcast
The ManNic Film Club: Good Time!

The ManNic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 32:46


Welcome back to The ManNic Film Club. For season three we've scoured the internet and combed through numerous lists to find some of the most underappreciated films on Netflix, and so ManNic Productions are happy to bring you season three or as we're calling it... The ManNic Film Club: Hidden Gems! This season we're bringing you ten main episodes each focusing on one of Netflix's hidden gem films. We have collected 19 films from various sources including GQ Magazine, Collider, Thoughts for Film & Liam's home town newspaper The Saffron Walden Reporter. Each episode we randomly pick one film from the list. In this week's episode we're watching “'Good Time”! After spearheading an ill-fated bank robbery, a man must get his mentally challenged younger brother out of jail while eluding his own capture. Will "'Good time" Be a good time or an awful one! Let us know if you agree with our review or if you think we're way off, head over to @Themannic on Twitter and let us know if the film was a Hit or a Miss for you! The next hidden gem we're going to be watching is "Surge", Watch along with us ready for the next episode! (Film available on Netflix) If you want to get a little more from your ManNic experience why not check out one of our social media platforms (Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Tumblr) or even become a ManNic Patreon. ManNic Patrons get access to extended episodes of The ManNic Podcast containing Patreon exclusive segments as well as access to the ManNic Discord. You can find the link to our Patreon as well as all our social media in the Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ManNic ---------- Thank you for listening, don't forget to Like, Comment & Subscribe! Stay Safe & Stay ManNic!

Rochester Rising
Episode 262: Nikki Gray of Vine and Vinum

Rochester Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022


Collider is passionate about sharing the stories of Rochester entrepreneurs and small business owners! Today on the podcast, we chat with Nikki Gray, who runs a wine based e-commerce business, Vine and Vinum. Thanks for listening! If you find value in this podcast, please consider donating and lending support to Collider's efforts to share the stories of Rochester entrepreneurs and inspire others on their journey. Donate

The ManNic Podcast
The ManNic Film Club: Wheelman

The ManNic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 28:50


Welcome back to The ManNic Film Club. For season three we've scoured the internet and combed through numerous lists to find some of the most under appreciated films on Netflix, and so ManNic Productions are happy to bring you season three or as we're calling it... The ManNic Film Club: Hidden Gems! This season we're bringing you ten main episodes each focusing on one of Netlix's hidden gem films. We have collected 19 films from various sources including GQ Magizine, Collider, Thoughts For Film & Liams home town newspaper The Saffron Walden Reporter. Each episode we randomly pick one film from the list. In this week's episode we're watching “'Wheelman”! The getaway driver in a botched robbery puts his skills and smarts to the test when he receives shocking orders from an unknown caller. Will "'Wheelman" escape criticism or will it have to answer for its crimes against film! Let us know if you agree with our review or if you think we're way off, head over to @Themannic on Twitter and let us know if the film was a Hit or a Miss for you! The next hidden gem we're going to be watching is "Good Time", Watch along with us ready for the next episode! (Film available on Netflix) If you want to get a little more from your ManNic experience why not check out one of our social media platforms (Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Tumblr) or even become a ManNic Patreon. ManNic Patrons get access to extended episodes of The ManNic Podcast containing Patreon exclusive segments as well as access to the ManNic Discord. You can find the link to our Patreon as well as all our social media in the Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ManNic ---------- Thank you for listening, don't forget to Like, Comment & Subscribe! Stay Safe & Stay ManNic!

Classical Music Discoveries
Episode 1: 19001 Dream Collider

Classical Music Discoveries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 58:31


GRAMMY-nominated violist and composer Nick Revel, a founding member of the PUBLIQuartet, releases his second album, Dream Collider, on Sapphire Records. With styles leaning heavily on both pop-inspired electronic music and ambient-style film music, Revel leads the listener on a journey that questions the traditional sound of the viola. Revel describes his process of writing, producing, and creating this album during the pandemic, “Born of my own emotional darkness and a yearning for joy during the height of the pandemic, this album provides a sonic fantasy of new worlds, a reprieve from suffering, and visions of realities beyond what is currently possible on Earth.”Purchase the music (without talk) at:Dream Collider (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store)Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and Uber. @CMDHedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber Please consider supporting our show, thank you!Donate (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) staff@classicalmusicdiscoveries.com This album is broadcasted with the permission of Katy Salomon representing Primo Artists.

Rochester Rising
Episode 261: Meghann Southwick of Brand Pop

Rochester Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022


Collider is passionate about sharing the stories of Rochester entrepreneurs and small business owners! Today on the podcast, we chat with Meghann Southwick, who started her own event coordination and branding agency, Brand Pop! You can get in touch with Meghann to utilize Brand Pop's services by emailing her at meghann@brandpop.agency.Thanks for listening! If you find value in this podcast, please consider donating and lending support to Collider's efforts to share the stories of Rochester entrepreneurs and inspire others on their journey. Donate

Sensational She-Geek, Live from Yancy Street!
Ep.81: Penultimate She-Hulk & Rings of Power episode breakdowns! New York Comic Con News, and more!

Sensational She-Geek, Live from Yancy Street!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 75:05


Hello and welcome back!  News, brief discussions of Hellraiser 2022, Werewolf by Night, and the latest episode of House of the Dragon. My first Manga Spotlight segment, covering volume 1 of Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku (12:15).  Coverage for NYCC 2022 includes (16:53) Show and Movie Updates, Trailers, and clips (18:13), DC Comics announcements (28:02), and then Marvel Comics (32:39) news. While I'm skipping picks for the week, this week's Pulls (40:29) of comics out this week of the 12th include a great deal of fun issues across many different publishers.  The penultimate She-Hulk episode, 50:59 episode 8, was titled Ribbit and Rip It, an featured none other than Matt Murdock, Daredevil! A un episode, but there are still questions. Here's the referenced Collider article: https://collider.com/she-hulk-intelligencia-scariest-mcu-villain/ Finally, Rings of Power episode 7 (1:06:13) was the penultimate for that series, as well, and most of what we have now is questions. Who is anyone?!? I'll be back with more comics and culture next week, covering the finales of She-Hulk and Rings of Power, and more sweaty comic content! The Yancy Street Discord! https://discord.gg/dmW8uqMH -Yancy Street Specials: https://sensationalshegeek.weebly.com/full-archive/category/yancy-st-specials -Beginner's Guide to Comics: https://sensationalshegeek.weebly.com/beginners-guide-to-comic-books.html   !!Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sensational-she-geek-live-from-yancy-street/id1550410718   !!Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/45qGcYnP147aZBVIHC09lI?si=cb8b8c1a4f8c4ac7   !!Pandora https://www.pandora.com/podcast/sensational-she-geek-live-from-yancy-street/PC:74557   Find me on Instagram: @annawiththecomics https://www.instagram.com/annawiththecomics/   Podcast Updates on Twitter: @savageshegeek https://twitter.com/savageshegeek   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-KoazT-HEFbqCALjxRLjFQ   Website/Blog: https://sensationalshegeek.weebly.com/   Donation and All Other Links https://linktr.ee/sensationalshegeek

The ManNic Podcast
ManNic Film Club: Candy Jar

The ManNic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 23:46


Welcome back to The ManNic Film Club. For season three we've scoured the internet and combed through numerous lists to find some of the most under appreciated films on Netflix, and so ManNic Productions are happy to bring you season three or as we're calling it... The ManNic Film Club: Hidden Gems! This season we're bringing you ten main episodes each focusing on one of Netlix's hidden gem films. We have collected 19 films from various sources including GQ Magizine, Collider, Thoughts For Film & Liams home town newspaper The Saffron Walden Reporter. Each episode we randomly pick one film from the list. In this week's episode we're watching “'Candy Jar”! Duelling high school debate champs who are at odds on just about everything forge ahead with ambitious plans to get into the colleges of their dreams. Will "'Candy Jar" Leave the boys with a difference in opinions or will it be a clean slate! Let us know if you agree with our review or if you think we're way off, head over to @Themannic on Twitter and let us know if the film was a Hit or a Miss for you! The next hidden gem we're going to be watching is "'Wheelman", you now have one week to watch along with us ready for the next episode! (Film available on Netflix) If you want to get a little more from your ManNic experience why not check out one of our social media platforms (Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Tumblr) or even become a ManNic Patreon. ManNic Patrons get access to extended episodes of The ManNic Podcast containing patreon exclusive segments as well as access to the ManNic Discord. You can find the link to our Patreon as well as all our social media in the Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ManNic ---------- Thank you for listening, don't forget to Like, Comment & Subscribe! Stay Safe & Stay ManNic!

Oscarbate
A24: Uncanny, Otherworldly, and Unsettling

Oscarbate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 57:44


oh boy, we go in on the buzzworthy indie filmmaker/auteur A24, via an article on Collider. You may be surprised to learn how connected Danish bad boy Carl Theodor Dreyer is to the modern behemoth behind such notable films as Antebellum, Lamb, mid90s, and Woodshock

The ManNic Podcast
The ManNic Film Club: '71

The ManNic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:54


Welcome back to The ManNic Film Club. For season three we've scoured the internet and combed through numerous lists to find some of the most under appreciated films on Netflix, and so ManNic Productions are happy to bring you season three or as we're calling it... The ManNic Film Club: Hidden Gems! This season we're bringing you ten main episodes each focusing on one of Netlix's hidden gem films. We have collected 19 films from various sources including GQ Magizine, Collider, Thoughts For Film & Liams home town newspaper The Saffron Walden Reporter. Each episode we randomly pick one film from the list. In this week's episode we're watching “'71”! In 1971, a young and disoriented British soldier is accidentally abandoned by his unit following a riot on the deadly streets of Belfast. Will "'71" leave the boys at peace or will it be all out warfare! Let us know if you agree with our review or if you think we're way off, head over to @Themannic on Twitter and let us know if the film was a Hit or a Miss for you! The next hidden gem we're going to be watching is "'Candy Jar", you now have one week to watch along with us ready for the next epsiode! (Film available on Netflix) If you want to get a little more from your ManNic experience why not check out one of our social media platforms (Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Tumblr) or even become a ManNic Patreon. ManNic Patrons get access to extended episodes of The ManNic Podcast containing patreon exclusive segments as well as access to the ManNic Discord. You can find the link to our Patreon as well as all our social media in the Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ManNic ---------- Thank you for listening, don't forget to Like, Comment & Subscribe! Stay Safe & Stay ManNic!

The Field Guide to Particle Physics
Bonus: We should build a muon collider.

The Field Guide to Particle Physics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 9:13


The rest of season three is still under development! We wanted to improve the clarity before publishing. Parity violation just isn't that easy to talk about! In the mean time, here is the second episode in a short bonus series about the state and future contemporary particle physics. I hope you enjoy it!This is an essay that we originally posted on our substack page:https://pasayteninstitute.substack.com/p/we-should-build-a-muon-colliderFour Reasons we should build a new particle collider:1. We still have more science to do!2. Technology transfer to Medicine and Industry3. Institutional memory is valuable4. Even more science comes with it!Share these reasons with someone, especially if they doubt the need for more Scientific funding!You can also get the bumper sticker version here!A Bonus Episode for The Field Guide to Particle Physics : Season 3https://pasayten.org/the-field-guide-to-particle-physics©2022 The Pasayten Institute cc by-sa-4.0The definitive resource for all data in particle physics is the Particle Data Group: https://pdg.lbl.gov.The Pasayten Institute is on a mission to build and share physics knowledge, without barriers! Get in touch.

Rochester Rising
Episode 260: Acacia Ward of Reach The Top

Rochester Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022


Collider is passionate about sharing the stories of Rochester entrepreneurs and small business owners! Today on the podcast, we chat with Acacia Ward, who started her own nonprofit organization, Reach the Top, to help those struggling with poverty.

Sermons - Harvest Church  |  Arroyo Grande
The Veil is Getting Thinner, Part 1 - Jeremy Sutherland

Sermons - Harvest Church | Arroyo Grande

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 78:07


0 (0s): Church worship this morning. God, we're grateful to be in your house. We thank you that we can lift your name. There's no, our, 1 (3m 4s): Our, our thank 0 (4m 2s): You that 1 (4m 3s): You're here. 0 (4m 10s): I'm on the God of 1 (4m 16s): Jacob's 0 (4m 19s): And oh God, my God, you things are I'm 2 (6m 6s): But I've got 1 (6m 18s): You. Oh 0 (6m 36s): God, my God. Oh God, my God need 2 (7m 15s): Heard your, you hear your children. Now you are the same guide. You are the same guide. You answered prayers back then any you'll answer. Now you are the same guide. You are the same God 1 (7m 42s): You're providing 0 (7m 44s): Men. 1 (7m 45s): You're providing 0 (7m 49s): You're the 1 (7m 50s): Same God, you're the God, 0 (7m 58s): God 1 (7m 59s): Moving power. 0 (8m 1s): Now 1 (8m 2s): You 0 (8m 2s): Are the same. 1 (8m 4s): God, you 0 (8m 5s): Are the same. 1 (8m 7s): God, you are heal. You are the you, 0 (8m 19s): The, 1 (8m 21s): You 0 (8m 23s): Save. 1 (8m 25s): You're save you. God, you, I, 2 (9m 54s): You free the can is then you are freeing hearts right now. You are the same God, you are the same. God, you touch the, feel your touch, right? You are the saying the I'm dear river, 3 (11m 25s): Holy spirit and, and, and dying and so dark. And what is going on in this world? Spirit within this flow untouchable, the hearts of 5 (12m 1s): Lord knows and there's power to, 4 (13m 38s): I have been by the grace of God. I have been raised, do a future without I eyes on a true in loyal friend. The one whose life I'm hidden. The 1 (14m 15s): Love 4 (14m 19s): Us, you for us, Jesus of, oh, 1 (14m 52s): In the family of my God will be named when the saints go marching on he to the glory who glory is people shouting victory through generations. 1 (16m 31s): Jesus, Jesus, Jesus love she's 6 (17m 20s): Lord. We honor you this morning. God, we just invite your presence here. Jesus. We ask that you do what you want to do this morning. God, we are submitted to you. God, we are absolutely desperate without you, Lord. We look at the world around us and we know that your only hope so God just, I just asked that you'd fill this place that you'd fill each heart. Fill each mind, Lord that you would align us to your spirit, that you would align us in ways that we've come off. Course Lord, in our mind, in our, our hearts, God just align us to yourself. And we just ask that we would be faithful and that we would be obedient to, to listen to you. Jesus, we love you so much. 6 (18m 0s): We just wanna honor you this morning in Jesus name. Amen. All right. If you'll take your seats, that would be great. Eight. And also if there's some seats around you, we've got some people in the back that are coming in that still need to be seated. So if you want to come up, if you've got like a couple seats around you, you can raise your hand. We've got some seats down here. Yeah. So just filter in. Don't be shy. So I just wanna welcome you all to harvest church. We're glad to have you here. Oh, if you wanna sit on the front row, there's some spots up here too. Yeah. It's great to have you here. I'm Curtis. And just wanna extend a special welcome to you. If you are new here for the first time, just wanna let you know that there's an info center at the back. 6 (18m 43s): There's a really beautiful woman Manning the info center. She's my, my wife. So she'll take good care of you. 7 (18m 51s): Yeah. 6 (18m 55s): We just got married. That's why that's yeah, we don't. That doesn't happen every time, but I'm expecting it from now on. So Yeah. So we've also got coffee out on the patio there and then bathrooms down these hallways. You'll see the signs there. That'll lead you right to 'em. We've got a few things coming up. The first thing is the Bonko for the baby's event. This is really special because the whole purpose of it is to bless lifeline pregnancy center. We've supported them for a long time. And so this is another great opportunity to do that. The registration for the event you'll need a sign up online or at the info center, but the registration is bringing an item to donate to lifeline. 6 (19m 36s): So it's gonna be a big blessing for them and for a lot of moms and young, unexpected pregnancies in the area, we just wanna bless them. So if you want more information on that, head back to the info center, that's gonna be on September 30th. Also we have our harvest festival parade outreach this every yeah, the last few years we haven't had it. The harvest festival has not been here and we thought it might never return, but here it is. And we're stoked about it. So we are gonna be handing out balloons and free waters to people coming up and down grand just to bless them, make a connection with them. And yeah. So if you wanna be a part of that, you can also sign up at the info center. 6 (20m 16s): And then just one more thing. We've got a new life group that's joining on a little bit late, but it's gonna be amazing. Dr. Stacy Harmon is leading this life group and it's about Christian ethics. He's a medical doctor. He's got great insight to these things and it's gonna be on Thursday. So if you want more information, you wanna sign up for that. You can head back to the info center. We'd really encourage you to do that. So now we're gonna just get up and meet somebody you haven't met before fifth and sixth grade is gonna be released at this time. But junior high and high school are gonna be in cuz Jeremy's gonna be preaching this morning. So let's get up and mingle and Jeremy be back in just a minute. 9 (23m 34s): All right. Well good morning, everyone. Welcome. Welcome. I love it. Y'all rowdy this morning. Huh? That's great. Yeah, it was a surprise to see. First service was really rowdy as well. I don't know if it's the weather or what, what it is, but glad to see you guys awake as well. It's gonna be a great message. Pastor. Steve had a vacation this week and so he was gone. And so he asked me to come up and teach today and, and I showed him my outline earlier in the week. And he said, that sounds like it's a two-parter. 9 (24m 14s): So this, this will probably, well, this is going to extend into next week. So instead of one week, he got me two weeks. Sorry about that. Steve will be back after that. But my name is Jeremy. I'm the youth and family pastor. Hence the youth are staying in service. I'm glad to have them here. I, I realized the weight of, of today. I remember what I was doing 21 years ago. It was my college roommate's birthday and the phone was ringing off the hook. We, we, we thought that she was simply just trying to get ahold of him to wish him a happy birthday. When he finally picked up the, the phone and the kind that was attached to the wall, or we, we realized that the world had changed. 9 (25m 1s): And I spent that day with eight of my other college roommates staring at the TV, wondering how this would change the, our, what would this would change. And it did our, our, our world. Our nation has not been the same ever since on that day, the twin towers were attacked using our own commercial aircraft. The Pentagon was attacked and then flight 91 crashed in a field because of some brave men and women who decided they were gonna sacrifice their lives to bring that, that plane down to field and not into our capital building or into the white house. 9 (25m 46s): So that would start all this, this, this morning and with a, with just a moment of silence, as we, as we remember the, the brave men and women who rushed into those buildings that were on fire, the brave women, men, and women that stopped the airplanes from going where they were intended. We can remember them right now. 9 (26m 25s): Well, we thank you for the sacrifice those men and women paid to at least attempt the saving of li other lives. Lord, we think of that day that our world changed forever. When over 3000 people on American saw were, were, were killed because of the acts of a, a few evil people and how that's marked our world ever since Lord, where we thank you for those brave men and women that that kept evil at bay. 9 (27m 8s): We remember them now, Lord and Lord. Ultimately, we look to you, Jesus, because you, by your death and given of your life gave us freedoms in ways that we do not deserve Lord. So Lord, thank you for this morning, pray that we would open up your word and, and receive some truth. Lord Jesus made me pray. Amen. So we're taking a break, a short break from Peter this morning, and we're gonna look at, and we're gonna get ready for some verses that are to come in. 9 (27m 48s): Peter and that's maybe today is a little bit of a warmup for that, a little bit of, of getting ahead of the curve, but I'm gonna, I am gonna recommend that you get a note card out. I'm gonna be thrown out a lot of verses for you to mole over this week. Some passages to write down, to think through. And I want you to be like the BES and acts 17. You see the BES, Paul praises them because they heard what Paul had to speak. They heard Paul preach and then they went home and they searched the scriptures themselves. So some of the things I might say this morning might be new to you. 9 (28m 29s): It might be a little strange. And so I'm gonna encourage you to take what I have to say. Don't just take it from my word. Look at the scriptures. Look at these passages, look at our culture and we'll go from there. I also wanna do recommend that this, that there is some mature content in this morning's message. So I've tried to keep it a junior high level and above, but it, there will be a little bit of mature content, but I've labeled this message as the veil is getting thinner, you know, and when they unveil a new car, any car fans out there, you either go to the shows or, or, or, or you watch online and, and, and they're gonna be showing this new car. 9 (29m 10s): And so they have this veil covering the car, and then they, they say like, like the Tesla, the cyber truck, they pulled back the veil on that thing. And you're like, oh, what is this thing? It's, it's, it's it's crazy. Or that veil that was on my 13th, I think it was my 13th birthday bike. You see, I was getting into mountain biking and the Kmart huffy white Hawk was no longer doing the job. And I really, really wanted this Bianchi NA bike, but it was a little bit out. My, it was outta my price range and a little bit stretched to budget for my parents. 9 (29m 50s): And so that morning I woke up and there there's my birthday present. It's underneath this sheet. My parents had put a sheet over it and I'm like, oh man, is it gonna be another K-Mart bike? Or is it gonna be the Italian stallion, the Bianchi Nala? And because the sheet was thick, I couldn't see through it. But then my parents, they pulled it back and there was my dream bike, the Bianchi Nala, which I have some good, painful stories to tell on that bike. But had that sheet been any thinner I could have seen right through it. And I wouldn't have need to that veil wouldn't have need to be pulled back. I would've just known what it was. And I believe that in our culture, we're, we're, we're starting to see that the veil is getting thinner. 9 (30m 32s): We're starting to see a mixing of strange, strange things, a mixing between the natural and the supernatural in, in ways that steams like strange bed bedfellows, you know, movies. We think about when movies first came out and even movies in my childhood have changed a lot to movies. Now you think about all the supernatural movies that are coming out, you can think of even child children, children's movies like Moana. Right? Great movie. I was, I, I enjoy watching that, but what is it about it's about a demigod, a half band, half God being who comes and rescues the world, or he stole something. 9 (31m 16s): He guys put it back, or you look at the Marvel movies and how intense they're getting and how much superpower, superhuman strength. These, these things are being given. And, and it's, it's, it's getting strange to me. Our culture is being warmed up to the fact of this supernatural. And that makes sense because as we get closer and closer to the second coming of Christ, things will get more warmed up and more warmed up. The veil will become thinner and thinner. If you think about revelation, chapter 11, and that's maybe a verse to go back and or chapter to go back and look at revelation, chapter 11, we have the two witnesses in Jerusalem at the temple. And these two Jerusalem, these two witnesses were given the power that if anyone wanted to attack them, fire can come out of their mouth. 9 (32m 4s): They're given power over the water that they can either cause droughts or they can cause the water to turn to blood. That's weird. How do we go from right now where we're at in our culture, in our world to that to two men who can have fire come out of their mouth and not bat an eye, the world, doesn't take that into account the world. Doesn't like, oh my goodness, people gonna shoot fire mouth and, and, and repent. Or what about revelation 14 where there's three different angels flying in the, in the, in the heavens and the skies proclaiming different messages. And the world seems they turn a deaf ear to it. 9 (32m 47s): They're proclaiming the gospel. They're proclaiming the watch out for the mark of the beast. And yet the world's still marching the same way. How do we get to that place in the future? Where the people can be. So insensitives to these angels flying in the heavens. And that's because I think over the centuries, we've lost our supernatural biblical worldview, right? We think of angels and demons, but really Those are just cartoons, right? Those are those little things on the shoulders that get like speak into our ears. Is that really what angels and demons are? 9 (33m 28s): Or what about my friend's house? Who his mom had these chubby baby angels everywhere. Nothing to be fair. They were plastered everywhere in their house. Really cute, but I don't think that's a biblical angel. I don't see that picture and think, oh my goodness. And, and, and wanna fall down and this, whoa, I'm not, I shouldn't be here. The Shepherd's out in the field when that single angel comes to proclaim them a message. They all were just fallen down with fear. And the angels have to say, don't worry, don't fear. So much of our worldview right now is spent trying to explain everything naturally that we've lost the ability to understand and see what's the world around us. 9 (34m 15s): And as Christians, we're called to be a light to a broken world. And so how do we look at the world around us and bring the gospel? We see weird things are happening, weird things are happening. One of my favorite places growing up as a kid was the Woodlake hardware store. And it had a long history of being there. And I've, I, I think the employees must have thought we were CRA. We would go there days on end and just wander the aisles, just to look at every knife, every BB gun, every, every rope, every, just we as a kid. 9 (34m 55s): And I still do. I still do this every day. I walk into a hardware store. I just kind of catalog in my mind where things are at, if the, okay, if the faucet home breaks, this is where I can go to get that part. I just, I love wandering the aisles of hardware stores. And in a way I feel like that's kind of what I'm doing now is, is you look at culture and you start to pick up clues. Like what, how does this fit in with, with the Bible? What about this? Why is our government releasing data on UFO sightings by our military government report admits true UFOs. Aren't manmade. That's weird. 9 (35m 38s): That's weird that these, these airplane pilots, these military airplane pilots are reporting these things that, that forest surpass anything, any speed that we're capable of as humans, anything, any technology that we've ever made, and the ability for these, these crafts to be traveling super fast and then make these right hand turns out of nowhere without slowing down without curving, without any. And then these CRE they've they've reported in some of these, these reports that these crafts have either flown above, or they go under the water into the ocean. They're just, they're just, we it's weird. If you really dig into these things, how does that fit in with the Bible? 9 (36m 19s): Or what about stories of, of people who've come back from near death experiences? You know, those experience, those, those times where somebody dies on a ho operating operating table, either from a heart attack or something, and they report going to someplace and seeing something or having an out of body experience, Or what about those? Like those, those stories where people seem to come out of their body, hover over their body, hover over the operating table while their people are working on them, operate, look around in the room. They're, they're witnessing all these things going on to their own body, but yet their soul is detached. And yet, while their soul is attached, people have come back and reported that they've can remember, or they can retell the serial numbers on the back of the machines that were in that operating table or operating room knowledge that they had no prior understanding beforehand. 9 (37m 12s): Or what about the person that came back from this near death experience, this death, where they, their heart rate was dead and they came back and they said, well, I saw sh there's these shoes up on the hospital. There's so there's certain colored shoes up on the top of the hospital. How, how do we explain that as Christians strange? What if you encounter someone on the street who says that they've lived three previous lives and they can explain those things in detail and they explain in a way that's very historically accurate. Are they outta their mind? See, I think the Bible, I think we have a way in our Bible of explaining these things and that's what I want to kind of get at. 9 (37m 57s): But those are strange things out in the world. What about the strange things in the Bible? There's some strange passages in the Bible. Yes. Let's look at a few. And these are maybe just, we're just gonna, I'm just gonna highlight a few, throw a few at you kinda like spaghetti on the wall. Look at Genesis chapter six, when you get home, write that down. Genesis chapter six. And we're gonna break that down just a little bit more later on Genesis chapter six caused about talks about the sons of God and the NELI, the giants, the mighty men. That's strange Daniel chapter three talks about a hand of God coming and writing on the wall. 9 (38m 38s): And it wrote me. Faron was Daniel chapter three, Daniel chapter 10 has these dueling superpowers in the heavens that Daniel started praying. And for 21 days, he kept praying and fasting, praying, and fasting. And he got no answer from God until an angel finally came and said, I was held up by the prince of the kingdom of Persia in the heavens. And it wasn't until Michael, the arc angel came and released me fought against that superpower, that king kingdom, prince of the kingdom of Persia and released me. So I can come bring this to you now, Daniel, 10 (39m 16s): That's 9 (39m 17s): Strange. What about first King's 22, the prophet Makaya, and yawe having a council or a cohort, and then aligned spirit, a spirit coming forth and, and saying, I will be a lion spirit in the mouth of those 400 priests and Macias stood apart from that that's weird Reed, first Kings 22 this week, or then you get to sections like Psalm 82, where it's like God and his divine council Elohim stands in the council of the mighty, the L. 9 (39m 57s): And he judges amongst the El hems, the gods that's 82. Isaiah 14 is a strange one as well. Is it a, is Isaiah 14, a prophecy against a king? The king of Babylon? Or is it a prophecy against Satan? It would almost seem like both because he's talking at one point to the king of Babylon, but then another point he says that you were in the garden beforehand and you were a mighty chair up. So is he talking to the king of Babylon or is he talking to Satan? What about Ezekiel 28? Same thing, human king of tire, or is he talking about Satan? 9 (40m 37s): Then we have passages in the Bible that we so often just, just floss over like the, the, the Virgin birth of Jesus. That's a supernatural thing. What about Jesus' dealings with the demons? How, where do we categorize that? Where is that to be put? Or what if finally, about the, what about the resurrection from the dead Lazareth called out of the grave? After three days, four days, three days, he stumps. He stunk. He stunk by that time called out of the grave or Jesus. When he died the streets, they said the tombs were opened and men began to walk about the streets. 9 (41m 22s): That's weird. These things are weird, but if the Bible is strange, what about the world around us as well? Thing, weird things are happening. As we all know, science is, is, is stuck in chasing after this philosophy of the, or this theory of the big bang, the theory of how we came into bean 13.8 billion years ago, there was a sub atomic particle and it blew up. And then this whole world came into, into be well, right now in se Switzerland is one of the largest machines in the world. 9 (42m 3s): It's called the large Hadron Collider. It's a sub sub atomic Parto particle Collider. And what it is, it's a 17 mile tunnel underneath the ground, about 300 feet under the ground. And it shoots out subatomic particles at near the speed of light. And these, these particles that what they're trying to find is how the universe was created. So they're trying to figure out how these things collided and how the big bang happened. Okay, They're looking for this, God particle the Boston Higgs particle, but strange things are there because it's not just science. You see, in between those buildings, you can find a bronze sculpture of the Hindu God Shiva, the Hindu God of destruction. 9 (42m 53s): And that is said, that is balancing unifies, ancient mythology, religious art, and modern physics. Why do you need a picture or a depiction of the Hindu God Shiva in the middle of a very, the world's biggest science experiment, where the scientists are saying that weird things are apparitions are happening as their, as these particles are colliding. In fact, there's many atheist scientists that were, that were calling up great warnings. We do not know what we're doing by colliding these things. One of those guys names is Neil Tyson. Degos another was Steven Hawking. 9 (43m 34s): They're like we are messing with things with forces, with powers, with things that we do not know, but going back to that, That sculpture, why, why have a sculpture of the Hindu God Shiva? This is what a postdoc student working there. His name is Aiden Randall Conde. He wrote this speaking about that statue. So in the light of day, when CERN is teaming with life, Sheva seems playable reminding us that the universe is constantly shaking things up and remaking itself and is never static. But by night, when we have more times to contemplate the deeper questions, Sheva literally cast a long shadow over our work. 9 (44m 17s): A bit like the shadows on Plato's cave. Sheva reminds me that when that we still don't know the answer to one of the LAR the, the biggest questions presented by the universe. And then every time we collide the beams, we must take the cosmic balance sheet into account. They're looking for something beyond science and they're finding it. What about if that is looking at the most ultimate, smallest particle and trying to find the origins of that? What about the, the galaxies recently, we just launched the James web space telescope, and it was a, it's an upgrade to Hubble. And this, this looks into the deepest universe, as farther than we, we can ever see. 9 (45m 0s): And if the images that are coming back are pretty phenomenal, but their discoveries are not matching their data or what they predicted or what they thought they would say. It's caused a lot of panic among scientists going there's things that we're witnessing or that were seen out there that we sh we, we didn't think we, we have to kind of rewrite the, go back to the drawing board in some sense, it's because there's trying to track down this big bang theory. So those are strange things. What about athleticism? What does athleticism have to do with worship? 9 (45m 41s): You see every, every two years, or it's held every four years in between the Olympics, there's this thing called the Commonwealth games. And this year was held in Britain. And at this opening ceremony, it was one of the strangest open ceremonies that you, you could ever imagine. I'd recommend going back and watching that. But here's a cl this is a, a, a still image from that Commonwealth games, athletic games. And what you see is a woman holding a fallen star. And that phone star is the way that she can then communicate with that beast. This, this bowl that is being shackled. 9 (46m 25s): At one point, the woman then gets to ride the beast. And if that doesn't give you a revelation, prophecy, it's, it's just wild, but she can communicate with the bowl because she has a fallen star. She then rides it. That's weird. Why, what does worshiping a bowl have to do anything to do with the athletic games? What about building projects? You think building a physical thing would just be just doing that, just building a physical thing. Well, in Switzerland as well, they built one of the large largest, longest tunnels in the world. 9 (47m 5s): It's called the Gohar tunnel and the Gohar tunnel as well. And the opening ceremony was one of those bizarre things you could watch in which there was a Satan, a, a literal Satan that showed up And they were dancing and worshiping this, this Satan. It goes a lot back to the, the, the history of the area, but it was it's strange. I don't recommend watching it creepy stuff. What does it have to do with building a tunnel, going back to what, what, what is our government, why is our government releasing this UFO and how the most important question is, how do we look at this from a, a biblical worldview? 9 (47m 49s): There's four different worldviews as I see it. So I made this, I made a little quadrant in the top left. You have this supernatural, a biblical worldview. So they are against the Bible. They do not believe in the Bible, but they believe in the supernatural. And those are people like that, that you would find in ancient mythology. The ancient mythology believed that there was gods and they created the worlds and they, they, they, well, you can, you can study mythology. Mythology will, will give you a supernatural, a biblical world view. 10 (48m 30s): It's 9 (48m 31s): Strange that even scientists are starting to head in that direction. Richard ha Richard Dawkins. One of the, a staunch atheist is now looked at the probability and, and more, more research that comes out about the, about our world that we know, and the probability that life could not happen without some outside force now says that he believes that aliens might have seated the, our, our race here on the world, because he's not willing to believe in a God, Jesus. He has to go and believe that maybe aliens seated our planet. So that's strange, but in the bottom left the naturals, a biblical world, you would, you would have your, a, your evolutionary believers that things have always continued as they were. 9 (49m 15s): Nothing's really changed. There's no God to just dance to your DNA down at the bottom, right? We have men like Charles Darwin who had a, who held a degree in theology. He tried to have a biblical worldview, but he looked around and tried to make it like it was a natural progression up on the top, right? As I, I believe the view of the, of the biblical authors and the view, I'm trying to steer us towards the supernatural biblical world view. And often that starts right in the beginning of the Bible, Genesis one through 11 Genesis, one through 11, not viewed as poetic, not a story, but a literal account of the things that happen. 9 (50m 7s): How did Jesus view Genesis? And I would question you, do you have the same view of Genesis that Jesus did see our biblical worldview includes this supernatural, like things like God calling into the universe, calling the world and universe into existence, created from nothing bar, nothing. And our biblical supernatural worldview hinges on two passages. The first I'd like to go to is Genesis three, Genesis three. And if you look at Genesis three, we'll look at 4, 3, 14 and 15 God handing out the consequences of the fall to the serpent. 9 (51m 2s): He says, because you have done this, you are cursed more than the cattle and more than every beast of the field and on your bell, you shall go and you shall eat of the dust all the days of your life. And I will put nity between you and the woman between your seed and her seed. He shall bruise your head and you shall bruise his heel. So in the same way that Isaiah 14 talks about a human king, but also Satan, who's controlling that human king the same way as Ezekiel has talked about another human king, that's being controlled by Satan. God is now addressing first, the serpent and then the power behind the serpent. 9 (51m 46s): So addressing the power behind the servant, he's talking about a cosmic battle that is to come. I will put enmity. I will put war between you, between the serpent between Satan, between you Satan and the woman between your seed Satan and between her seed. He shall bruise your head. So the coming Messiah shall bruise your head, serpent, Satan, but you shall be allowed to bruise his heel. That is the first message of the gospel. It's called the proto Evangelion, the first message of the coming Messiah. 9 (52m 27s): And that was the start of the cosmic battle between the seed of the woman and the seed of Satan. Now, as time goes on, we've come to another big event in the Genesis narrative. And that is found in Genesis chapter six, after giving the genealogy in Genesis chapter five, the Tola dot of Adam. We now come to this strange passage in Genesis six, about a worldwide flood and the need for it. And the flood was accepted up until the mid 18th century. 9 (53m 8s): It was a man by the name of George Von, who, who then looked at the world. And he said, well, things have always consisted. And they began to weed out that a global flood happened and they began to explain, like, things have always just continued the way it is. And so even George Beon got away from the world, a biblical worldwide flood, but going back fur further before him, the early church fathers, the biblical writers, they all believed in a worldwide flood, a global worldwide flood. Jesus himself believed in a global worldwide flood. Matthew 24 says, but of the day an hour, no one knows not even the angels in heaven, but my father only, but as the days of Noah were so also the coming of the son of man will be for as in the days before the flood, there were eating and drinking Marion and given marriage until the day that Noah entered the arc and did not know until the flood came and took him away. 9 (54m 10s): So also will be the coming of the son of man. Jesus is looking forward to some coming events, but he's using that. And he's looking back at the story of the flood as the days of Noah. He didn't say as in the days of the stories of Noah, Noah, as in the days of Noah, that's what it's gonna be like before my second coming Luke 17, he also says this as well as it was in the days of Noah. So it'll also be in the days of the son of man, they ate, they drank, they married wives and were given in marriage until the day that Noah entered the arc and the flood came and destroyed them all. 9 (54m 50s): If it was a regional flood, God could have just told Noah to move your family out of the area. I'm gonna flood the area there's wickedness there, but God didn't, God had him put into a safe place, had him made an arc. The only way of salvation in an arc that would then float above the waters during this time of global upheaval in which all were destroyed. So that's what Jesus believed. What do you believe? Genesis six is one of the strangest verses in the Bible chapters in the Bible, Genesis six, read the, we will read through one through four. 9 (55m 42s): We'll spend some time breaking it down a little bit this week, and maybe next week as well, Genesis chapter six, one through four says in now it came to pass. When men began to multiply on the face of the earth and the daughters were born to them, that the sons of God saw the daughters of men, that they were beautiful. And they took wives for themselves of all whom they chose. And the Lord said, my spirit shall not strive with man forever free is indeed flesh. Yet his days shall be 120 years and there were giants or Neelum on the earth in those days. And also afterwards, when the sons of God came into the daughters of men and they bore children to them, those were the mighty men of old men of renowned, strange verses might be about the strangest verses in the whole Bible. 9 (56m 34s): So we have to ask ourselves who is this group of beans, who is the sons of God? And I'll tell you there's been three major theories throughout 10 (56m 47s): Christianity. 9 (56m 51s): First is that they're fallen angels. The second theory is that their royalty that their, they took multiple wives and had hers. The third theory is the, is the Sethy theory theory. And that there's the descendants of the lineage of Seth marrying with the ungodly lineage. Those are the three main theories, but I'm not interested in theories. I wanna know what the Bible has to say. That's where we look at hermeneutics, the study and the art of interpreting the Bible. The most important is that scripture always interprets scripture. 9 (57m 31s): So we have to go and we have to look at where else this phrase, sons of God is, is used in the old Testament twice. It's used here in Genesis six, and then twice more it's used in the book of job. So job chapter one, verse six, he says that there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the Lord and Satan came with them. Also, we know that job was brought up in that conversation. God said, look down at my people. And they found job as an excellent man. Once again, they, they, they corral back up job chapter two, verse one. And there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the Lord and Satan came also among them to prevent, present himself before the Lord. 9 (58m 22s): So we see that these sons of God come in a way to God, they're able to present themselves. And it says that strangely, that Satan came also. So you look at other passages of scripture and you see that Satan was a fallen angel as well. And so here we have a little, a little bit of knowledge, but let's look at job chapter 38. This is the last time it's used. God is then questioning job in job chapter 38, Joe job, you know, struggling with why he's doing all this. Why, why is all happening to him? 9 (59m 4s): And God begins to then ask questions to job. In, in this section in chapter verse six and seven, he's asking, asking them specific questions about creation. So in verse seven, he says, what are when the morning stars sang together and all the sons of God shouted for joy, Joe were there when the, the stars sang together. When I created the world and the stars began to sing. And it's, and, and were you there when all the sons of God shouted for joy? So we see that the sons of God, and this, this section are used as angelic beans, divine beans that were there witnessing the creation of the universe. 9 (59m 46s): And they were there shouting for joy. So what we deduce from those passages and that is that the sons of God actually refers to angels. In Genesis six case. We look at the sons of God, refers to fallen angels, and we'll get to that in a bit. This whole thing about the sons of God becoming, becoming were descendants of Seth was a, a later theory in the early church, the early church always all believed that the sons of God were angels or angelic beans. But that then that the, that, that theory that the sons of God were the descends of Seth was introduced by Julius Africanists and later codified into the Catholic church by St. 9 (1h 0m 35s): Augustine, they took a natural biblical worldview. Now I know there's some pushback on this fallen angels theory in that, you know, there's a passage in mark chapter 12, when Jesus is talking about what the resurrection will be like, remember the stages he were arguing about, well, you know, Jesus, this, this brother dies. And the, his, his wife has to marry the next brother and that brother dies. And the wife has married her. He goes down, which, which husband is, is she gonna be married to in heaven? And so Jesus answered mark 12 and says for when they rise from the dead, they neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are like the angels in heaven. 9 (1h 1m 21s): And see that's the angels in heaven. Doesn't say they cannot, but what, they don't see the angels in heaven, obey God, the fallen angels have left their place. And I have new Testament evidence for that as well. See, we pray in our Lord's prayer Lords here on earth. Like it is in heaven in heaven. God has his will. God has his way, but here on earth, we're praying. And we're called to give the gospel. We're called to pray that God's will be done here on earth. There's also some pushback because Genesis chapter six, when the new king James says, they took wives for themselves, it actually should be more like took women for themselves Because that word in the Hebrew word, that word Esau, it could be for a woman married or single. 9 (1h 2m 14s): So these sons of God took and that it took is a euphemism for sex. It's that same Herman word. You can study. Humanics. Judah took his wife, took his sister Tamar as in, he raped her. These angels left their place and they took women for themselves. That's weird stuff. So why do we need to know this? And you're probably asking me that question. Why do we need to know this? Why are you bringing this up? Because we're gonna be coming up on some strange verses in the new Testament, some strange ones coming up in first, Peter, and then in Jude, I love Steve pastor. 9 (1h 2m 59s): Steve. He's been, we've been working our way through, through the new Testament and we're in we're normally we've been in first, Peter, and we're gonna get come to these verses. In fact, first Peter three, we can look that up first, Peter three 18 through 21 says for Jesus also suffered once for all sins, the jest for the unjust that he might bring us to God being put to death in the flesh, but made alive by the spirits by whom he also went and preached to the spirits in prison who were formally disobedient when once the divine long suffering waited in the days of Noah while the arc was being prepared in that, which a few that is eight souls were saved through water. 9 (1h 3m 43s): You look at 20 verse 21 is a strange one as well. There is also an anti type, which now saves us baptism, not the removal of the filth of the flesh, but an answer of a good conscience towards God through the resurrection of Jesus. So the question is in first, Peter three, who are these spirits that were held in prison? We know they were disobedient when the divine long suffering Waited in the days of no. While the arc was being prepared, those 120 years that God said, my, I will not strive with man for this. I'm gonna put a limit to his days that wasn't a limit of years of life because their Abraham lived longer than 120 years, but it was the limit that God would put on the way that humanity was headed in 120 years, God said, I'm gonna bring the global worldwide flood. 9 (1h 4m 37s): And the only people saved would be those aboard the arc. So God had divine patience, divine long suffering, while he was waiting for Noah to complete the arc that his Noah and his family who were perfect, who had good DNA waiting for them to be saved. And there was only one way of salvation during the flood. And that was on the arc. What about second Peter chapter two verses four and five. It says for God, do not spare the angels who sin, but cast them down to and deliver them into chains of darkness to be reserved for judgment. 9 (1h 5m 22s): And he did not spare the ancient world, but saved Noah. One of eight people, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood on the world of the ungodly. So God sent a global worldwide flood and only saved Noah and his one of eight people. But before that, there were angels who sinned. Well, who were those angels who sinned. Those were those angels from Genesis chapter six that took women for themselves. They deliver them in a special place of chains and darkness to reserve for judgment. What about Jude chapter one, verse six or Jude six, cuz there's only one chapter, right? 9 (1h 6m 6s): Jude six says the angels who did not keep their proper domain, but left their own abode. He has reserved in everlasting chains, under darkness for the judgment of the great day, those angels who left their proper domain, the angels, the sons of God who came in and took women, thereby creating a superhuman race, giving us the myth, the legends that we have in Greek mythology, Roman mythology, strange things, but it's biblical. 9 (1h 6m 54s): Now next week, I'm gonna get into the difference between angels and demons because there's very, very difference. It's a big difference and what I didn't do first service, but maybe I'll try this service is, is, is there any questions so far? I I'll be open to a couple questions. I know we're a little bit over time, but are they, is anything just pressing so far that I've said Things to study. I want you to take these things home to study. Don't just take my word for it. Go and study these things. But I think there's, if there we are wrestling, not against flesh and blood is what Paul said. 9 (1h 7m 38s): And that's why God is talks about Ephesians. Why God gives Paul the instructions that put on our full armor of God. And as I look at the full armor of God, I always, I always question, maybe you have to the boots. Why does somebody's feet need to be shawed with the preparation of the gospel of peace as a Roman soldier would put all their armor on as they're ready to go out to battle. They've been trained, they've been prepared. They would put on their last thing. They put on their boots. Boots. Things seems to be a strange thing for me in my mind that that Paul had mentioned. But then once you begin to learn what boots are to the Roman soldier, you learn that these boots not only had protection had covering, they had these two inch spikes in the bottom. 9 (1h 8m 23s): And that was, if you were in town, if you were like in your, in a parade, you'd wear these boots that had two inch spikes in the soul. But when going to battle, you would wear these spike. These spikes, your shoes that have were up to six inches long. And that's because the Roman soldiers viewed their, their shoes as a weapon. It was offensive thing because the Roman soldiers wanted to be, they knew they had to be hand to hand tight combat. They had shorter swords so they could swing them easier. They wanted to be up close in person. And one of the things they want on the tactics that they want to do to their enemies is they want to knock 'em to the ground. And then you just take a spiked boot right into their body. 9 (1h 9m 7s): To us. We hear the, the, the preparation of the gospel piece. That sounds so nice to us. Oh, wow. Yeah. I want to, I want my feet to be beautiful, like up on the mountains, like Isaiah talks about, but you have to remember from the perspective of the enemy, when we have our feet, shawed with a preparation of the gospel, peace that's peace to us and we wanna bring peace to others, but that peace comes at a cost to the enemy. The enemy know what that means and saying. So we have an enemy, Like Elijah said, when he, when he looked at his servant, a servant came in, gave him a report, oh, we're surrounded by the armies. Elijah's like, oh Lord, open his eyes. 9 (1h 9m 48s): Let him look up. And he saw above him a multitude of the heavenly host, just waiting to go to battle lately. I just finished the book, the pie in this darkness by Frank Peretti and this pastor who was just on his knees and prayer and the, and the, the damage, the, the darkness that was unfolding on the town, around him. As I wonder what that darkness is in the spiritual realm, around our church, around our community. Right now we need people who know what they're headed, the kind of battle that they're headed into and are prepared for that. So the more we know about our enemy, the more we can be prepared to fight that fight. 9 (1h 10m 31s): Dday was not one by sending one ship or two ships sent by rose and rows and boats and boats and lives and lives to storm that beach and to win it. It's because they knew the fortified city, the fortified beats that they're headed into and there came of cost. Next week. We're gonna jump into the difference between angels and demons and how those things influence us even now. And just as a precursor, I didn't give this to him. I'm gonna give you guys a clip of Joe Rogan next week. And I'm gonna show you how he has opened himself up to demons and how those demons are communicating with him. 9 (1h 11m 19s): That'll be next week. Let's pray, Lord. I know by your word that we are facing a battle, we are facing an enemy Lord. And there, there are people souls around us that are being held captive by the evil hosts, the evil armies, Lord, God, you have given us a, a gospel. That is good news. It is good news to us because we've believed it and we've taken it Lord, but is not good news to our enemies. 9 (1h 12m 1s): Lord, put on us the full armor of God that we may be able to fight against the wilds of the devil that we can go to battle for you. Lord, help us to understand the enemy and that what we're, what we're up against Lords. That was we, we love. And we preach the gospel to those around as family members, neighbors com people in our community, people in our schools that we can know that we are up against What you came to save and deliver from the darkness Lord. So we thank you Lord for this morning, Jesus name, we pray. 9 (1h 12m 43s): Amen. 4 (1h 13m 13s): Oh, my words, for sure. I can nothing new. How could I express? Oh my gratitude. I could sing these songs as I often do. Every song must praise you. 4 (1h 13m 58s): It, it's not much for singing. I've got, I've got one. 4 (1h 14m 54s): You and 11 (1h 15m 49s): Don't you get, I'll be lifted up lifts. Cause you got 4 (1h 15m 54s): Lie inside of those and praise the 1 (1h 16m 0s): Lord 4 (1h 16m 9s): Lift because you got my praise you again and again, he said for, 12 (1h 17m 46s): We just lay everything before you're thrown this morning and worship you, Lord, fill this with your spirit, shine through us. As we go about our week minister to our hearts, Lord, as we glorify you in Jesus name, amen.

The Lake Radio
bugi #46: Not quite a roundtrip, more like a never ending spiral (with Coby Sey)

The Lake Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 121:02


Today's episode is a bugi special featuring the London based artist, musician and producer Coby Sey. Coby and Agnete meet up at The Barbican in London and together they spiral into listening to music that moves them in one way or another, covering everything from essentials by D'Angelo, Joni Mitchell and Prince to more recent releases by Mansur Brown, Collider and many many more. Værter: Agnete Hannibal & Coby Sey Skriv til os på bugi@thelakeradio.com Jingle: "Choices" af LOL Beslutning Blokfløjteversion: Michala Petri, Joalane Mohapeloa & Agnete Hannibal Petri bugi er støttet af Statens Kunstfond Trackliste: D'Angelo - Another Life (Live in Copenhagen 2012) Joni Mitchell - Hejira (live Jun 15 1986) Jura - Measures Of Its Own Jeff Buckley & Elizabeth Fraser - All Flowers In Time Bend Towards The Sun Prince - Batdance Kenji Kawai - Nightstalker Meshell Ndegeocello - Love Song #1 Helen - Pass Me By Collider - Figuring Mansur Brown - Flight György Ligeti - Ricercata no. 7 (performed by Khatia Buniatishvili) Dhafer Youssef - Un Soupir Éternel The Randy Watson Experience - Morning Bell

Growing Destinations
Building a Strong Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Rochester, Minnesota

Growing Destinations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 25:49


One of the biggest challenges small business owners face is how to get their business started. Amanda Leightner is Executive Director of the Collider Foundation in Rochester, Minnesota. Collider provides ecosystem navigation to help guide early stage entrepreneurs in the right direction by providing valuable resources, education, storytelling and co-working space. Amanda knows firsthand the challenges entrepreneurs face. In addition to her leadership role with Collider, she's also a small business owner. ColliderExperience Rochester, MN

The ManNic Podcast
ManNic Film Club: Hold The Dark!

The ManNic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 30:00


Welcome back to The ManNic Film Club. For season three we've scoured the internet and combed through numerous lists to find some of the most under appreciated films on Netflix, and so ManNic Productions are happy to bring you season three or as we're calling it... The ManNic Film Club: Hidden Gems! This season we're bringing you ten main episodes each focusing on one of Netlix's hidden gem films. We have collected 19 films from various sources including GQ Magizine, Collider, Thoughts For Film & Liams home town newspaper The Saffron Walden Reporter. Each episode we randomly pick one film from the list. In this week's episode we're watching Hold The Dark! After the deaths of three children suspected to be killed by wolves, writer Russell Core is hired by the mother of a missing six-year-old boy to track downthe wolves and avenge the missing children! Will "Hold The Dark" feeling like alphas or howling at the moon in disgrace! Let us know if you agree with our review or if you think we're way off, head over to @Themannic on Twitter and let us know if the film was a Hit or a Miss for you! The next hidden gem we're going to be watching is "'71", you now have two weeks to watch along with us ready for the next epsiode! (this film is sadly now only avaibale on Amazon Prime) If you want to get a little more from your manNic experience why not check out one of our social media platforms (Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Tumblr) or even become a ManNic Patreon. ManNic Patrons get access to extended episodes of The ManNic Podcast containing patreon exclusive segments as well as access to the ManNic Discord. You can find the link to our Patreon as well as all our social media in the Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ManNic ---------- Thank you for listening, don't forget to Like, Comment & Subscribe! Stay Safe & Stay ManNic!

Cinephile Hissy Fit
The Last Jedi

Cinephile Hissy Fit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 49:56


For their 79th episode, our two divided film critics, force-sensitive dads, and working school teachers Will Johnson and Don Shanahan present the second of two special in-person collaboration episodes coming from Will's recent visit to Chicago.  He and Don assembled a group of Chicago film critic friends to put some content together. Mike Crowley of 25YL and "You'll Probably Agree" again set up recordings at The Laugh Factory with us, himself, Cati Glidewell of "The Blonde in Front" and Collider freelancer Hayden Mears. For this show, the dais goes to battle on the much-debated merit of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." The Force is strong in this group. Come for the shared challenge and tirade and stay for the mutual love and respect for the fun movies encapsulate. Enjoy our podcast!www.25yearslatersite.comhttps://www.instagram.com/cinephilehissyfit/https://www.instagram.com/casablancadon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CinephileFitwww.RuminationsRadioNetwork.comwww.instagram.com/RuminationsRadioNetworkTwitter: RuminationsRadioNetwork@RuminationsNProduction by Mitch Proctor for Area 42 Studios and SoundEpisode Artwork by Charles Langley for Area 42 Studios and Soundhttps://www.patreon.com/RuminationsRadio ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Cinephile Hissy Fit
Movies That Make Us Cry

Cinephile Hissy Fit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 47:19


For their 78th episode, our two softy film critics, emotional dads, and sobbing school teachers Will Johnson and Don Shanahan welcome a special in-person collaboration episode coming from Will's recent visit to Chicago.  He and Don assembled a group of Chicago film critic friends to put some content together. Mike Crowley of 25YL and "You'll Probably Agree" set up recordings at The Laugh Factory with us, himself, Cati Glidewell of "The Blonde in Front" and Collider freelancer Hayden Mears. This group talk covers movies that make us cry, Pass the tissues and let's get emotional! Come for the shared challenge and tirade and stay for the mutual love and respect for the fun movies encapsulate. Enjoy our podcast!www.25yearslatersite.comhttps://www.instagram.com/cinephilehissyfit/https://www.instagram.com/casablancadon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CinephileFitwww.RuminationsRadioNetwork.comwww.instagram.com/RuminationsRadioNetworkTwitter: RuminationsRadioNetwork@RuminationsNProduction by Mitch Proctor for Area 42 Studios and SoundEpisode Artwork by Charles Langley for Area 42 Studios and Soundhttps://www.patreon.com/RuminationsRadio ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Bloodshed and Brews
Naomi Wood - Lakeland Girls Academy | Smooth Collider, Disco Lemonade

Bloodshed and Brews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 72:08


In 2020, seventeen-year-old Naomi Wood enrolled in Lakeland Girls Academy in hopes to get support and guidance to better manage her depression, PTSD, and anxiety. Unfortunately, what was thought to be her safe haven turned out to be a place of ignorance and neglect. Tune-in to hear the heartbreaking reality of what really happened to her and what continues to happen to hundreds of other youth in Teen Challenge Programs around the world.Here's what we're drinking:https://www.boulevard.com/beerinfo/smooth-collider/https://aslanbrewing.com/all-blog-posts/2020/3/23/now-in-cans-mosaic-ipa-3b2kt-h85je-ttys6-l3ht6Sign the petition to hold Lakeland Girls Academy accountable: https://www.change.org/p/teen-challenge-hold-lakeland-girls-academy-accountable-for-naomi-wood-s-death-and-shut-them-downStop Institutional Child Abuse Act:  https://livesinthebalance.org/the-accountability-for-congregate-care-act-2021/#:~:text=The%20Stop%20Institutional%20Child%20Abuse,creates%20a%20uniform%20Youth%20in

Ready Press Play
#133 - EVO Hangover

Ready Press Play

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 111:46


Dan and Luis meet to discuss EVO 2022, Thymesia, Street Fighter 6, PS4 and Xbox One sales, a PlayStation PC launcher, and plenty more. 00:00 - Intro / Housekeeping - Luis' Thymesia Review 08:10 - EVO 2022 (Topic of the Show) 19:55 - CAPCOM announces Juri and Kimberly for Street Fighter 6 via PlayStationBlog 26:28 - New Tekken game teased via Polygon 31:45 - EVO Arena Finals & SF5 Top 8 42:10 - Reference to PlayStation PC launcher discovered in Spider-Man via VGC 47:30 - Court papers show PS4 sold twice as many units as Xbox One via Eurogamer 56:35 - Check this Out Squirrel with a Gun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVqimt1IJII God of War Recap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjucT-UZzgg 58:52 - Extra News #1 - Marvel Games Showcase coming Sep 9 via VGC #2 - Third Sonic movie coming Dec 20, 2024 via VGC #3 - Live action Pac-Man movie in the works via HollywoodReporter #4 - Ghost of Tsushima movie to be entirely in Japanese via Collider #5 - Marvel vs. CAPCOM 2 getting an arcade cabinet re-release via Polygon #6 - Spider-Man now 2nd most played PlayStation game on Steam via LevelUp #7 - Overwatch to remove loot boxes on Aug 30 via Engadget #8 - Burnout and NFS devs announce Wreckreation via Polygon #9 - New Lord of the Rings game in the works via Eurogamer #10 - Info on a canceled Iron Man game surfaces via VGC #11 - Wii Sports' character Matt is now on Switch Sports via Polygon #12 - Nintendo investigating harassment/misconduct claims via Kotaku #13 - Inti Creates announces Grim Guardians: Demon Purge via Polygon Roundup: Life Is Strange Arcadia Bay Collection (Switch) coming 9/27; New Tales From The Borderlands coming 10/21; Gotham Knights gone gold, coming 10/25; COD Warzone 2.0 coming 11/16; Evil West pushed to 11/22; Hogwarts Legacy pushed to 2/10/2023; Midnight Suns pushed to 3/31/2023; Metal Slug Tactics & ARC Raiders pushed to 2023; Sky: Children of the Light coming to PS4/5; THQ Nordic announced Alone in the Dark remake. 1:07:20 - Out This Week 1:26:44 - RPP's List of Best Games of All Time 1:37:43 - Recommendations - Stranger Things and The Sandman (Netflix) 1:49:53 - Ready Press Play Full Theme by Joel “WAZ” Perez Every other Friday, Dan Lima (@PowerUpDan) and Luis Menchaca (@Chacalaca88) will catch you up on everything that's new and exciting in the world of video games.

This Week in Cardiology
Aug 19, 2022 This Week in Cardiology Podcast

This Week in Cardiology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 22:25


The obesity paradox in AF and paradoxes in general, digital health gets whacked again, and direct-to-consumer ads are the topics discussed by John Mandrola, MD in this week's podcast. This podcast is intended for healthcare professionals only. To read a partial transcript or to comment, visit: https://www.medscape.com/twic I. Collider Bias and the Obesity Paradox - 'Obesity Paradox' in Atrial Fibrillation Challenged as Mortality Climbs With BMI https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/979150 - Association of body mass index with outcomes in patients with newly diagnosed atrial fibrillation: GARFIELD-AF https://openheart.bmj.com/content/9/2/e002038 - Collider bias https://catalogofbias.org/biases/collider-bias/ - Pediatric obesity appears to lower the risk of diabetes if selection bias is ignored https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29374028/ - Effect of Caloric Restriction or Aerobic Exercise Training on Peak Oxygen Consumption and Quality of Life in Obese Older Patients With Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction: A Randomized Clinical Trial https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2480484 II. Digital Health - Blood Pressure Smartphone App Fails to Beat Standard Self-Monitoring https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/979341 - Effectiveness of Standard vs Enhanced Self-measurement of Blood Pressure Paired With a Connected Smartphone Application https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/fullarticle/2794971 III. Direct-to-Consumer Ads - Does DTC Heart Drug Advertising Discourage Lifestyle Changes? https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/979404 - Association of Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs With Consumer Health-Related Intentions and Beliefs Among Individuals at Risk of Cardiovascular Disease https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama-health-forum/fullarticle/2794995 You may also like: Medscape editor-in-chief Eric Topol, MD, and master storyteller and clinician Abraham Verghese, MD, on Medicine and the Machine https://www.medscape.com/features/public/machine The Bob Harrington Show with Stanford University Chair of Medicine, Robert A. Harrington, MD. https://www.medscape.com/author/bob-harrington Questions or feedback, please contact news@medscape.net

Confessions of a Closet Romantic
Advice Romance Part 2: The Truth About Cats and Dogs/The Ex Talk

Confessions of a Closet Romantic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 37:31


It's more fictional and real-life advice in this action-packed episode! Isabelle Popp, a contributor to BookRiot, stops by to talk about her recent essay about romance novels, and Carly Lane, pop culture critic and "romance nerd" for Collider, Vulture and Paste Magazine, explores her upcoming book A Regency Guide to Modern Life. We'll revisit the vintage romcom The Truth About Cats and Dogs, a Cyrano retelling set against the backdrop of a pet-advice show, and take a peek at The Ex Talk, a contemporary fake dating romance about a relationship advice radio show.https://www.confessionsofaclosetromantic.comWriters/Guests You Are Never Too Late to Start Fucking is the best kind of advice: empowering, supportive, never prescriptive but inspiring and hopeful. Girl on the Net writes the most honest, vulnerable yet hilariously funny sex positive posts and produces sizzling hot female-gaze audio porn. This essay is required reading for people over a certain age who are launching themselves again, or people who — for various reasons —may have never fully explored their sexual destiny.Isabelle Popp is a smart, funny and thought-provoking essayist at bookriot.com and her essay Should Romance Novels Reflect Realities or Indulge Fantasies? is a must read for all romance book lovers.Carly Lane is a pop culture critic and expert romance nerd who channels WWJ(A)D (What Would Jane Austen Do?) for her upcoming advice book A Regency Guide to Modern Life: 1800s Advice on 21st-century Love, Friends, Fun, and More. The book will be published this coming February and you can pre-order here.Books/MoviesThis trailer for The Truth About Cats and Dogs has that frantic 90s style but don't let that put you off —my advice is watch or rewatch this romcom pronto. It's silly, smart, funny and ultimately an empowering story about platonic and romantic love.Being a public radio nerd, I soooo enjoy the banter and inside baseball references in The Ex Talk. This fake dating romance about public radio employees who pose as exes to dole out relationship advice on air, while juggling semi-successful professional and disappointing real-life love lives off air, is delightful.Support the show

Rochester Rising
Episode 259 : Clay Fulton

Rochester Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022


Collider is passionate about sharing the stories of Rochester entrepreneurs and small business owners! Today on the podcast, we chat with Clay Fulton, Rochester based, longtime musician who in the past few years has made his love of music a full time profession.

Movie Trivia Schmoedown
Richard Dreyfuss Interview! (Throwback) I Jaws I Close Encounters

Movie Trivia Schmoedown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 127:26 Very Popular


Richard Dreyfuss has been part of some of the greatest movies of all time, Jaws, American Graffiti, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and more. Needless to say, I was blown away when I found out I would be sitting down with him. What was scheduled to be a 25 minute interview, became a 2 hour interview and I really don't know if I can call it that. I really just listened to him speak. He had many stories and I just went a long for the ride. It is one of my favorite talks that I have had since doing this. Enjoy! We upload these throwback interviews on the channel every Sunday. Thank you to Collider for giving me the permission to use it on my channel. Check them out! #jaws #richarddreyfuss #interview #movie Become a Patreon member and get exclusive bonus episodes! https://patreon.com/SENLive Ask Kristian questions for next time! https://facebook.com/harloff Become a Patreon of the Schmoedown: http://patreon.com/schmoedown OTHER GREAT CONTENT: REVIEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSJdE28YyUT368qY7sfE0nKE4c04CqGvu TV REVIEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSJdE28YyUT1LU-t2Z9AD5UJDiWW4pS_E STAR WARS SHOW https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSJdE28YyUT0XmfpbblkF9PY7uO2qhbN6 THE BIG THING PODCAST https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSJdE28YyUT3KAwbzDsv6mdR-gwUiydQg - CM Punk Interview: https://youtu.be/R8Js8uj6GfE FOLLOW KRISTIAN + FIND HIM ON CAMEO https://cameo.com/kristianharloff https://twitter.com/kristianharloff https://facebook.com/harloff https://instagram.com/kristianharloff FOLLOW THE MOVIE TRIVIA SCHMOEDOWN https://youtube.com/theschmoedown https://twitter.com/theschmoedown https://facebook.com/theschmoedown https://instagram.com/theschmoedown Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Nerdy Legion Podcast Network
COMIC TALK TODAY: COMIC TALK TODAY COMIC TALK HEADLINES FOR AUG 3RD, 2022 | LET'S PLAY CATCH UP!

Nerdy Legion Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 120:43


It's time for the Comic Talk Headlines with Generally Nerdy! SDCC happened, which means we have a TON of new trailers that we will be touching on briefly. It's been nearly a month, and so much has happened. There is a lot to get to: Avatar Live-Action updates, The Penguin series on HBO Max, Rumors to confirm, and a bunch more...Tune in Wednesdays for the regular show and Saturdays for the re-post of the Friday night LIVE SHOW. Plus, don't forget to subscribe for more fresh content.  TV/StreamingFollow-ups/CorrectionsShorsey, Westworld S4, Orville S3, American Horror StoriesAvatar: The Last Airbender - Free Guy actor Utkarsh Ambudkar has been cast as King Bumi. He joins Rainbow Dickerson as Kya, Katara and Sokka's mother James Sie will reprise his role from the original series as the fan-favorite Cabbage Merchant, Community and Mythic Quest star Danny Pudi as the Mechanic, Gordon Cormier as Avatar Aang, Kiawentiio Tarbell as Katara, Ian Ousley as Sokka, Dallas Liu as Zuko, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as Uncle Iroh, and Daniel Dae Kim as series villain Fire Lord Ozai.Rick and Morty - Season 6 in SeptSecret Wars - Will be a crossover event for multiple story arcs. https://www.marvel.com/articles/tv-shows/sdcc-2022-marvel-studios-secret-invasion-release-date-announced I Am Groot - will be an anthology seriesGuardians Holiday Special - Epilogue for phase 4TrailersLocke & Key - https://youtu.be/PX-t1wYNtBs Season 3. Final season debuts Aug 10.Interview with the Vampire - https://youtu.be/0P0loX83H6A its what we feared… Oct 2Andor - https://youtu.be/cKOegEuCcfw I'm afraid to be hopeful anymore… Series delayed by nearly a month. Pushed back to Sept 21. BUT they will be dropping the first THREE episodes.Cyberpunk: Edgerunners - https://youtu.be/ax5YUmkWf_Y FlashThe CW series will end after 9 seasons. Season 9 will only be 13 episodes and then will effectively end the Arrowverse. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/the-flash-ending-season-nine-cw-1235190162/ Nichelle NicolsPassed away at 89 of natural causes.The PenguinThe long rumored HBO Max series has been confirmed. Some things are different from the rumors though. It will be a continuation and NOT a prequel. Also, Matt Reeves will not be directing, only producing. Lauren Lefranc will serve as head writer AND showrunner.https://nerdist.com/article/the-batman-spin-off-colin-farrell-penguin-show/ Max HeadroomThe 80s icon will be returning to series on AMC. Matt Frewer is set to return as the titular character and presumably Edison Carter.https://deadline.com/2022/07/max-headroom-reboot-matt-frewer-star-amc-networks-christopher-cantwell-amp-elijah-wood-spectrevision-1235081130/ The BoysSeason 4 promotes Cameron Crovetti, who plays Homelander's super-powered son, Ryan, to a series regular.https://www.cbr.com/boys-season-4-ryan-cameron-crovetti-series-regular/ SuggestsOrvilleMoviesFollow-ups/CorrectionsAquaman 2 (and the Lost Kingdom) - Ben Affleck returning as Batman, as revealed by JASON MOMOA??  https://nerdist.com/article/aquaman-and-the-lost-kingdom-everything-we-know/ Weird Al - Streaming on Roku Nov 4th. TrailersSpirit Halloween - https://youtu.be/GTF9ltgkRIQ The Gray ManNetflix has announced ALREADY that the Ryan Gosling movie from the Russo Bros is getting not only a sequel but ALSO a spin-off. Stephen McFeely will return to write the script, with Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese working on the spin-off script.https://nerdist.com/article/netflix-the-gray-man-sequel-spinoff-russo-bros-ryan-gosling/ Paul SorvinoGoodfellas, Rocketeer, Repo, Devil's CarnivalPassed at 83 of natural causes.Pat CarrollUrsula passed at 95 from complications from pneumonia.Road HouseJake Gyllenhaal to step into the lead role for the reboot.https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/jake-gyllenhaal-road-house-remake-cast-1235190788/ NobodySequel announced for the Bob Odenkirk movie. Producer David Leitch told Collider.https://collider.com/nobody-2-script-bob-odenkirk-david-leitch-comments/ DragoDolph Lungren has clarified that a Draggo movie is not imminent just yet.https://www.cbr.com/dolph-lundgren-stops-drago-spinoff-stallone-not-involved/ SuggestsBeavis and Butthead Do The UniverseRumor MillConfirmations/RefutationsThunderbolts Movie - Marvel revealed at SDCC that the movie will be happening. Set to be the capstone movie for Phase 5.Namor Confirmed for Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverWalking Dead - Rick and Michonne series HAPPENING in 2023! Though no Rick Movies.New SourcesSolo: A Sequel StoryLawrence Kasdan is talking sequel… could this redeem the original?MarvelEternity Saga and Timeless Saga leaked copyrights.EragonDisney Plus is turning the book into a series. This time we will get Christopher Paolini as co-writer on the series. There is no official word on this yet.Godzilla VS Kong 2Origin is said to be the working title for the movie.Fantastic FourAnt-Man 3 is rumored to be where we finally get our first look at the first family, before their movie at the beginning of phase 6.CommunityMovie in the works? Alison Brie thinks so.Batgirlthe movie has been shelved due to the “Irredeemable” test screenings. Also, the reported $70M budget is rumored to have been more along the lines of $100M. https://www.cbr.com/batgirl-movie-canceled-irredeemable-test-screenings-dc/ Green LanternHBO Max series canceled. Rumor claims the movie was actually axed a while ago.Boba FettSeason 2 happening?You can support this show by visiting our merch store, or by leaving us an Apple Podcasts review.

Comic Talk Today
COMIC TALK TODAY COMIC TALK HEADLINES FOR Aug 3RD, 2022 | Let's Play Catch Up!

Comic Talk Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 120:43


It's time for the Comic Talk Headlines with Generally Nerdy! SDCC happened, which means we have a TON of new trailers that we will be touching on briefly. It's been nearly a month, and so much has happened. There is a lot to get to: Avatar Live-Action updates, The Penguin series on HBO Max, Rumors to confirm, and a bunch more...Tune in Wednesdays for the regular show and Saturdays for the re-post of the Friday night LIVE SHOW. Plus, don't forget to subscribe for more fresh content.  TV/StreamingFollow-ups/CorrectionsShorsey, Westworld S4, Orville S3, American Horror StoriesAvatar: The Last Airbender - Free Guy actor Utkarsh Ambudkar has been cast as King Bumi. He joins Rainbow Dickerson as Kya, Katara and Sokka's mother James Sie will reprise his role from the original series as the fan-favorite Cabbage Merchant, Community and Mythic Quest star Danny Pudi as the Mechanic, Gordon Cormier as Avatar Aang, Kiawentiio Tarbell as Katara, Ian Ousley as Sokka, Dallas Liu as Zuko, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as Uncle Iroh, and Daniel Dae Kim as series villain Fire Lord Ozai.Rick and Morty - Season 6 in SeptSecret Wars - Will be a crossover event for multiple story arcs. https://www.marvel.com/articles/tv-shows/sdcc-2022-marvel-studios-secret-invasion-release-date-announced I Am Groot - will be an anthology seriesGuardians Holiday Special - Epilogue for phase 4TrailersLocke & Key - https://youtu.be/PX-t1wYNtBs Season 3. Final season debuts Aug 10.Interview with the Vampire - https://youtu.be/0P0loX83H6A its what we feared… Oct 2Andor - https://youtu.be/cKOegEuCcfw I'm afraid to be hopeful anymore… Series delayed by nearly a month. Pushed back to Sept 21. BUT they will be dropping the first THREE episodes.Cyberpunk: Edgerunners - https://youtu.be/ax5YUmkWf_Y FlashThe CW series will end after 9 seasons. Season 9 will only be 13 episodes and then will effectively end the Arrowverse. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/the-flash-ending-season-nine-cw-1235190162/ Nichelle NicolsPassed away at 89 of natural causes.The PenguinThe long rumored HBO Max series has been confirmed. Some things are different from the rumors though. It will be a continuation and NOT a prequel. Also, Matt Reeves will not be directing, only producing. Lauren Lefranc will serve as head writer AND showrunner.https://nerdist.com/article/the-batman-spin-off-colin-farrell-penguin-show/ Max HeadroomThe 80s icon will be returning to series on AMC. Matt Frewer is set to return as the titular character and presumably Edison Carter.https://deadline.com/2022/07/max-headroom-reboot-matt-frewer-star-amc-networks-christopher-cantwell-amp-elijah-wood-spectrevision-1235081130/ The BoysSeason 4 promotes Cameron Crovetti, who plays Homelander's super-powered son, Ryan, to a series regular.https://www.cbr.com/boys-season-4-ryan-cameron-crovetti-series-regular/ SuggestsOrvilleMoviesFollow-ups/CorrectionsAquaman 2 (and the Lost Kingdom) - Ben Affleck returning as Batman, as revealed by JASON MOMOA??  https://nerdist.com/article/aquaman-and-the-lost-kingdom-everything-we-know/ Weird Al - Streaming on Roku Nov 4th. TrailersSpirit Halloween - https://youtu.be/GTF9ltgkRIQ The Gray ManNetflix has announced ALREADY that the Ryan Gosling movie from the Russo Bros is getting not only a sequel but ALSO a spin-off. Stephen McFeely will return to write the script, with Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese working on the spin-off script.https://nerdist.com/article/netflix-the-gray-man-sequel-spinoff-russo-bros-ryan-gosling/ Paul SorvinoGoodfellas, Rocketeer, Repo, Devil's CarnivalPassed at 83 of natural causes.Pat CarrollUrsula passed at 95 from complications from pneumonia.Road HouseJake Gyllenhaal to step into the lead role for the reboot.https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/jake-gyllenhaal-road-house-remake-cast-1235190788/ NobodySequel announced for the Bob Odenkirk movie. Producer David Leitch told Collider.https://collider.com/nobody-2-script-bob-odenkirk-david-leitch-comments/ DragoDolph Lungren has clarified that a Draggo movie is not imminent just yet.https://www.cbr.com/dolph-lundgren-stops-drago-spinoff-stallone-not-involved/ SuggestsBeavis and Butthead Do The UniverseRumor MillConfirmations/RefutationsThunderbolts Movie - Marvel revealed at SDCC that the movie will be happening. Set to be the capstone movie for Phase 5.Namor Confirmed for Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverWalking Dead - Rick and Michonne series HAPPENING in 2023! Though no Rick Movies.New SourcesSolo: A Sequel StoryLawrence Kasdan is talking sequel… could this redeem the original?MarvelEternity Saga and Timeless Saga leaked copyrights.EragonDisney Plus is turning the book into a series. This time we will get Christopher Paolini as co-writer on the series. There is no official word on this yet.Godzilla VS Kong 2Origin is said to be the working title for the movie.Fantastic FourAnt-Man 3 is rumored to be where we finally get our first look at the first family, before their movie at the beginning of phase 6.CommunityMovie in the works? Alison Brie thinks so.Batgirlthe movie has been shelved due to the “Irredeemable” test screenings. Also, the reported $70M budget is rumored to have been more along the lines of $100M. https://www.cbr.com/batgirl-movie-canceled-irredeemable-test-screenings-dc/ Green LanternHBO Max series canceled. Rumor claims the movie was actually axed a while ago.Boba FettSeason 2 happening?You can support this show by visiting our merch store, or by leaving us an Apple Podcasts review.

Inside Outside
Intersection of Arts and Innovation with Clive Chang, Lincoln Center's Chief Advancement and Innovation Officer

Inside Outside

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 23:36


On this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, we sit down with Clive Chang, Chief Advancement and Innovation Officer at Lincoln Center. Clive and I talk about the intersection of arts and innovation and how people in organizations can embrace new ideas, experiments, and new audiences to create new opportunities and experiences. Let's get started. Inside Outside Innovation is the podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage, and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Clive Chang, Chief Advancement and Innovation Officer at Lincoln CenterBrian Ardinger: Welcome to another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. I'm your host, Brian Ardinger. And as always, we have another amazing guest. Today we have Clive Chang. Clive is the Chief Advancement and Innovation Officer at Lincoln Center, which is the world's largest and best-known cultural venue in the world. Housing things like the Metropolitan Opera, New York Philharmonic, New York City Ballet, American ballet Theater, and the list goes on and on and on. So, Clive thank you for coming on the show. Clive Chang: Thanks so much for having me great to be here. Brian Ardinger: Well, I'm so excited to have you on this show because the arts and innovation are not a topic that's often covered. And you've got such an interesting background and, and role when it comes to this space. From my understanding your background, you're a musician, you're a composer, you're a businessperson. You used to work at Disney, and now you lead Lincoln Center's innovation efforts. How did you get interested in this innovation space and helping companies and organizations innovate better? Clive Chang: Thanks for asking. You know, I am a classically trained musician. I come from a long history of being an artist. And I also come from sort of a multitude of different forces and influences in my life. One of them being strict Asian parents, who forbade me from studying music in college for fear that it would never lead me to a fruitful career. And so, I was also rooted in very practical sort of traditions growing up.And really serendipitously found this intersection of business and art through pursuing studies in both fields. I will say also that as I was in my formative years and college and shortly thereafter, I was also seeing a lot of arts institutions financially flailing, right? Orchestras going bankrupt, et cetera. So that really piqued my interest. And I saw this opportunity that somebody who was trained from the ground up both on the creative side and on the business side could really fill for the world. And that was really helping creative and artistic organizations thrive. And I sort of found that niche quite early on and fueled my further training onward to really pursue that.And innovation, I think really is something opportunistic that I ran into. Right. And you don't get very many nonprofit art CEOs that say outwardly that innovation is their top priority. Right. And so, coming across Henry Timms, his appointment and his not only external commitment to innovation, but also his track record of having done it in the sector prior to coming to Lincoln Center was just too good to be true. And so, I very happily came on and have been really enjoying working with him to really reimagine some things in the sector. Brian Ardinger: It is pretty interesting when you think about artists and creatives, you automatically think of them as innovative type of spirits. Where, you know, they're constantly doing new and interesting kind of things, but oftentimes that doesn't seem to apply to the organizations themselves.Most arts organizations have been around for, you know, years or even centuries with similar business models and similar ways of displaying the arts and that. Why is it so important for institutions to level up today and think more about innovation as a core competency? Clive Chang: Yeah, you are so right. It's almost astounding that organizations that house so many brilliant creative outside of the box talents fail to really make full use of them in an institutional and organizational context.I would consider organizations like Lincoln Center legacy institutions. And while Lincoln Center is only about 60 years old, a lot of the art that's presented on this campus is centuries old, right? Very much rooted in tradition. And I think that's probably one keyword that ends up being a bit of a fallback or a crutch, that many arts organizations use, especially ones that present classical art.I always joke that the performing arts are one of the very, very few things in the world that we still as humans experience in the exact same way as we did like 200 years ago. Right. How many things in the world, can you say that about? When you think about it, we still file into a specific venue on a specific date. At a specific time. We sit for two hours, three hours, four hours. I mean, in the case of opera, it could be, you know, eight, 8 million hours. We passively watch other humans perform. We clap. We exit. The only difference today is we turn off our cell phones. Right? Because we have cell phones. So, another force I think that makes it important for us to really lean into the idea of innovating is that we're cyclical.The typical performing arts company operates in this sort of annual seasonal cycle, right? So, you have a typical fall season. You have a spring season. In our case at Lincoln Center, we have a robust summer season, where we take advantage of warm weather and we take advantage of one of our greatest assets, which is outdoor space. Which not everyone in Manhattan has obviously.So, being able to really take advantage of that, but the problem with the tradition and the annual cycles put together is that if we don't execute with the intention of breaking out of the tradition in the cycles, it just leads to same old, same old, same old, right. And that's the kind of, I think unintended inertia that really takes hold in legacy organizations, especially in the performing arts field like ours, if we don't actively push back against it and continuously challenge it. Right.Brian Ardinger: One of the interesting things that may have happened, obviously over the last couple years with the pandemic, it's forced a lot of these organizations to rethink not only in the arts, but everywhere. But so, talk a little bit about how the pandemic and made Lincoln Center adapt or think differently about what they do.Clive Chang: Right. Sometimes it does take an inciting incident, right? Or like this moment of crisis, like COVID 19 to rattle us and create that urgency to really approach things differently. In our case, I would actually frame it as to encourage us to accelerate the change. And I say that because Henry Timms, who took the reins in 2019, the year before the pandemic, you know, was very clear about innovation and institutional change as key priorities when he set his vision coming in. But you're right. What drew me back to Lincoln Center, I rejoined. I was here a decade ago and came back a month into the lockdown. And like, it's kind of an odd time to jump right back into an institution where theoretically all the venues and the stages have just shuttered. Right. But it was really, to have that opportunity to capitalize on this moment, where we essentially were freed from all the shackles of tradition or the annual cycle you couldn't perform anyway. Nobody knew how things would play out. There were no rules anymore. You could sort of wipe it clean. And so, the opportunity to jump back in to help reimagine is really, really powerful. And when I say reimagine, I think about things like reimagine whose voices we present on our stages. Whether they're physical stages of digital stages, right? What audiences we'd like to reach and on through what channels and what platforms. I do think I would dare say if our sector had to been more innovative and imaginative in the years leading up, we might have found ourselves in a better fortified state for the moment when COVID 19 hit. Right. But for the most part, performing arts organizations kind of shut down, hunkered down and waited out the storm. And one of the things we did was really take advantage of that time and try to build some new things and invest in some experimentation. And I fear that not enough organizations in our sector actually took advantage of that time and space to reflect and reset and reimagine.Brian Ardinger: So, let's talk about some of those initiatives that were reimagined coming out of the pandemic. I know you have some interesting things around The Green, and can you talk about that? And some of the other initiatives that came place. Clive Chang: I might even start with one that's sort of less obvious and less sort of visible on our campus. One real marquee initiative that we're very proud of in the pandemic era, is one that you might not immediately think about when you think about arts and innovation, right. I think a lot of people's minds go to technology and how technology helps fuel the arts. But one shared challenge that we all have in the nonprofit arts industry, and maybe not just arts industry, just nonprofits in general is that we are all looking for younger, more diverse board members. And we spend a lot of time bemoaning the fact that very few such people actually ever come our way. And you know, our boards will never be diverse. We'll never get young people.And for us, we just sort of flipped it around and said, okay. So, if they're not coming to us, how do we go out and look for these young diverse people? Right. And that's what led to this wonderful program called Lincoln Center Leadership Fellows. And in that program, we just go out and actively seek out the next generation of civic leaders and philanthropists.Our internal frame for this is they are stars today and they're superstars tomorrow. These are the folks that in three to five years, every board in town will be knocking on their doors. Right? Right. But we went out. We found them first. We brought them in. We created a supercharged two-year program that gives them an accelerated bootcamp of what it means to serve as an active and engaged and contributing board member of a major cultural institution.And at the end of these two years, they quote unquote, graduate onto one of the boards on the Lincoln Center Campus or better yet they go off and they join another cultural and nonprofit board in New York City or beyond. And create impact there. It's so funny because the innovation here, I don't think of as so much of as the program itself or even of the execution of the program, but it's actually the longstanding impact that we hope this program creates right. Over time, if you imagine multiple cycles of this program going on, we're talking about radically changing the critical mass of who serves on the governing bodies. The most significant mission driven organizations of our country. And ultimately hoping that that governing body also trickles down into a way, into how executive leadership manifests and how then staff level will manifest. And then ultimately how everyone who's working on the programs and the delivery of those programs will change over time. And it becomes this wonderful cycle. Brian Ardinger: So as a person in the midst, trying to make these changes within an organization, what are some of the, either roadblocks or challenges that you hit and then what are some of the things that you did to kind of overcome the traditional things that you were talking about?Clive Chang: I've been reflecting on like how we actually do this and how you create the conditions to actually help it thrive. You know, at the risk of overly simplifying it. I actually don't think it's that complicated. I think that in general, most organizations, and leaders I think, would like to think of themselves as very open to the possibility of re-imagination.And that's about where it ends. And the difference I think here is we are actively searching for opportunities and we're actively trying to connect to those opportunities to our existing work. And potentially also newfound work, instead of just passively sitting back and waiting for it to happen.Another challenge I think is really making space and resource and safety for experimentation. Which I do think potentially nonprofit organizations have a bit of an aversion to, because of the way our operating model works. Right. Your in a nonprofit. You work very hard every year to just balance your budget, which means you have to raise enough revenue to cover all of your operating expenses.It's just so much harder to prove out the impact metrics of experiments with unknown outcomes, right than pure program deployment, where you can say, and this will lead to X many more diverse young students being able to learn math or whatever. It's for both organizations and for funders who fund nonprofits. I think it's also about making room for such experiments and embracing the spirit of experimentation. In a smart way. Right? As long as it, these don't have catastrophic implications to the organization, if they require 2, 3 versions of, of iteration. Brian Ardinger: Do you have any experience with having these conversations on the donor side and getting donors more open to this concept of experimentation and not knowing exactly the outcomes of the work that the foundation or the organization is doing? Do you have any examples or ways to bring a donor class, I guess, along this journey? Clive Chang: Absolutely. I have been so pleasantly surprised at how receptive and inspired donors are to the idea of creating R and D capacity in a field like the performing arts. You know, I think you do have to approach it with a level of rigor and research.We scan to the field when the pandemic took hold and really got a lot of data points of validation, right. That one thing that consistently is lacking in the performing arts field is any space for R and D. Like, it just doesn't exist. We're all busy planning the next season. And nobody has time or energy or money to think about creating space for experiments.And so, I think carefully crafting, you know, the case for, for what, what wide ranging and long term impact, not only for the organization, but for the field at large. And that is a role we take very seriously at Lincoln Center, as sort of the self-professed leader in this field, right. It's on us to help create some new models that ultimately can be scaled and can sort of help the sector at large to grow.And so, especially the big foundations out there right now, the Ford Foundation, the Mellon Foundation are really, really supportive and enthusiastic about this kind of work in particular. Especially against the backdrop of the pandemic and what the havoc that it reeked on the performing arts sector. And so, thinking about it as investments in fortifying for the future, you know, funders have more imagination than you would think.Brian Ardinger: And that's great to hear because, you know, again, oftentimes you think about the creative class and, and what's going on from that perspective. And you like to think that the organizations around that could keep up as well. You mentioned technology as one of the things that people think of when they think about innovation. What are some of maybe the resources or tools or technologies that you've seen or used that have changed the game in this space? Clive Chang: Yeah, surprisingly, it's actually not as much technology. I think technology will always be a part of the conversation in some ways I think of it as maybe even less of a tool and more of a lubricant, right.The innovation comes in the conceptual ideas. And then, you know, much like celery is the delivery mechanism for peanut butter, like technology, you know, is that sort of the instrument of delivery. It's always at play, but I think too often we think about arts and innovation and technology always being the answer. Well, that's just the delivery mechanism, right. Like, well, what's the idea. One tool that has proven surprisingly helpful is really convening. And we did a lot of that in, in the couple of years of the pandemic. Not that the pandemic is over or anything, but we invested quite a bit in bringing together creators and perspectives and that otherwise may not have the opportunity to intersect, right.So, this is actually a perfect moment to sort of go to how The Green actually came to be. Right. So, if we rewind to the beginning of 2021. So, this is pre-vaccine. It's like cold and dark out. Everyone's like, oh my god, give us the warm weather again. We took a hard look and said, what does the world really need right now?And then of course you map that against one of our greatest assets, which is 16 acres of space. A lot of which is usable outdoor space. That was the moment where we really doubled down on our role as a civic pillar of New York City and opened up that space to the city and to the community. And that's what gave birth to Restart Stages, which was our huge outdoor performing arts center that we built 10 different venues, performance spaces, rehearsal spaces, studio spaces.We had this wonderful outdoor reading room. We cast a call out across the five boroughs of New York city, asking all community partners who didn't have space to come and perform. Curate a night, present a night, just come use this infrastructure. And one of the key things to solve in that equation was if you know Lincoln Center, you probably know the iconic center piece that is the main plaza. It's called Josie Robertson Plaza with a gorgeous fountain at the center. It is absolutely beautiful, but it's also generally a pretty transient space. You know, you come, you take a selfie with the fountain, then you go off inside to your performance, wherever you're going. So, the exercise here was how do we find a way to create a whole radical welcome, right?Something that's very different. Some mechanism to welcome people to this campus in any way. And that's when we convened and we thought, you know what, let's not try to solve this ourselves. So, we brought together a group of just thinkers, right? Urban planners, architects, community, activists, designers, et cetera, to help us reimagine what the space would be.And one really simple idea that a set designer came up with, ended up being the game changer, right? She literally, she just said, what if we laid grass out. We just laid grass out on Plaza. And from there, this beautiful artistic installation called The Green was born. And of course, this just not just any old designer. This is the genius that is Mimi Lien. She is a MacArthur Genius. She's a Tony award-winning set designer. Right? So, you know, no schmuck, right. So of course, she ended up creating the most beautiful and also sustainable artistic installation that became the centerpiece of our Plaza. It was biodegradable, soy based artificial turf. And she created this just beautiful grassy oasis. And over the summer, a quarter million people came, with their dogs. With their kids. And they experienced Lincoln Center in a brand-new way. Talk about impact metrics. We did exit polling on The Green. Nearly a quarter of the people who visited The Green were first time visitors at the Lincoln Center.And there's the proof is in the pudding, right? Like you talk about attracting new audiences. You create a radically new context for them to do it. And here you go, through that serendipity, you end up getting a beautiful idea, like The Green, that really changed the game. And so that's just one example of how we've used convening, across a variety of context, to help stoke new energy and ideas.If you sort of lift out from that a little bit. Mimi Lien is actually part of a collective. So, talk about R and D. One of the things that we stealth mode did during the pandemic was launch the pilot of a lab, an R and D lab. So, it was premised on this concept of bringing together interdisciplinary minds without real definition of what they were meant to create.It was come and collide with each other. And that's this lab is actually called the Collider. Collide and make some beautiful magic happen. And so, you have in this pilot program, you have a Mimi Lien the set designer colliding with an opera singer, with a science educator, with a disabilities advocate. And the list kind of goes on. And this is a program that we're continuing to refine, but we really actually believe in the power of that R and D infrastructure to ultimately help answer some of the trickiest questions that we're asking ourselves now. Brian Ardinger: Well, I love that concept because it allows for the ability to create these steppingstones to whatever that next thing is. And you don't know exactly. You can't say it, we want to go to this spot out there in the future. We generally want to go in that direction, but we don't know how to get there. So, putting the, like you said, the smart artists, people things to have those conversations and create new stepping stones that could be built off of and, and move forward. Quite interesting and quite fascinating. So, I'm excited to see where it goes. The last question I want to ask you is where do you go for new ideas and inspiration? Clive Chang: Oh, what a great question. I turn to others really. Right. I do think it's one of those misconception that innovation and new ideas sort of come from a little corner of an organization where the people who are supposed to be doing it, come up with brilliant new ideas.The magic actually lies in casting a wide enough radar, right. To be able to have a multiplicity of perspectives and ideas come in. I do think having a little bit of a sorting mechanism and a prioritization mechanism probably is important, especially in organizational context, like this one. But look, many of my greatest inspirations sort of come in the middle of doing something completely unrelated.Right. It's, you know, I'm a composer and pianist. So, I spend a lot of time sitting at my piano and sometimes it's deep in concentration reading a score for a first time. But it's sort of in the periphery that something will strike. Right. A lot of people say they find their best ideas when they run. Right. When they're out for a job, right. You know, I spend a lot of time active and so, having sort of a decompressing time to really not be in full on thinking mode and relaxing oneself of that pressure is often when those greatest inspirations come. For More InformationBrian Ardinger: That's quite helpful. I think a lot of people think that they can manifest innovation or manifest the next thing by thinking harder. And that's not always the. I really want to thank you for coming on the show. It's been fantastic and a fascinating discussion about some of the new things that you're seeing and that. If people want to find out more about yourself or about Lincoln Center, what's the best way to do that? Clive Chang: Yes, please go on LincolnCenter.org. Please follow us on all the socials. And of course, if you have the chance to be in New York City, please come visit us on campus. Especially during the summer. This summer we have over 300 performances events all happening as part of our Summer for the City Initiative. There is a giant 1300-pound disco ball currently suspended above the fountain. It's on a dance floor that we're calling The Oasis. So please, if you are within proximity, we would love to have you dancing and celebrating with us. Brian Ardinger: That's awesome. Well, Clive thank you again for being on Inside Outside Innovation. Look forward to continuing the conversation in the years to come.Clive Chang: Thank you so much, Brian.Brian Ardinger: That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. Until next time, go out and innovate.FREE INNOVATION NEWSLETTER & TOOLSGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE HEREYou can also search every Inside Outside Innovation Podcast by Topic and Company.  For more innovations resources, check out IO's Innovation Article Database, Innovation Tools Database, Innovation Book Database, and Innovation Video Database.  Also don't miss IO2022 - Innovation Accelerated in Sept, 2022.