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Full Text of ReadingsSecond Sunday of Advent Lectionary: 5The Saint of the day is Blessed Adolph KolpingBlessed Adolph Kolping's Story The rise of the factory system in 19th-century Germany brought many single men into cities where they faced new challenges to their faith. Father Adolph Kolping began a ministry to them, hoping that they would not be lost to the Catholic faith, as was happening to workers elsewhere in industrialized Europe. Born in the village of Kerpen, Adolph became a shoemaker at an early age because of his family's economic situation. Ordained in 1845, he ministered to young workers in Cologne, establishing a choir, which by 1849 had grown into the Young Workmen's Society. A branch of this began in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1856. Nine years later there were over 400 Gesellenvereine—workman's societies—around the world. Today this group has over 450,000 members in 54 countries across the globe. More commonly called the Kolping Society, it emphasizes the sanctification of family life and the dignity of labor. Father Kolping worked to improve conditions for workers and greatly assisted those in need. He and St. John Bosco in Turin had similar interests in working with young men in big cities. He told his followers, “The needs of the times will teach you what to do.” Father Kolping once said, “The first thing that a person finds in life and the last to which he holds out his hand, and the most precious that he possesses, even if he does not realize it, is family life.” Blessed Adolph Kolping and Blessed John Duns Scotus are buried in Cologne's Minoritenkirche, originally served by the Conventual Franciscans. The Kolping Society's international headquarters are located across from this church. Kolping members journeyed to Rome from Europe, America, Africa, Asia, and Oceania, for Father Kolping's beatification in 1991, the 100th anniversary of Pope Leo XIII's revolutionary encyclical “Rerum Novarum”—“On the Social Order.” Father Kolping's personal witness and apostolate helped prepare for that encyclical. His liturgical feast is celebrated on December 4. Reflection Some people thought that Father Kolping was wasting his time and talents on young working men in industrialized cities. In some countries, the Catholic Church was seen by many workers as the ally of owners and the enemy of workers. Men like Adolph Kolping showed that was not true. Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
MLVC speaks with Marc who attended both Amsterdam shows (and shows in Cologne as well!). Marc tells us all about the Immaculate VIP experience, we have a big chat about Celebration Tour merch, and we talk about his favorite moments from the show. Follow MLVC on Instagram, Twitter and Threads: @mlvcpodcast Subscribe to MLVC on our YouTube channel Donate to the podcast on Venmo: mlvcpodcast Listen to more episodes on Spotify/Apple/Amazon/Google Play or here: https://mlvc.podbean.com/
Ever wanted a peek behind the scenes of your favorite award-winning podcast? Well, hold onto your headphones, because this week we've brought our editor, Todd, in front of the mic for a change. The unsung hero of our show, we learn about Todd's unique experiences, his love for the distinct scent of black powder, and get his take on our fragrance of the day — JusBox's Black Powder. Does he find the edgy scent as rebellious as Kurt Cobain and Nirvana, which the fragrance intriguingly references? We dissect the offbeat notes of "Black Powder," probing how its scent transforms over time. From our favorite craft beers to the bustling cityscape of Seattle, our impressions of the fragrance are peppered with anecdotes, making for an engaging exploration. But we're not just about the fun and games. We tread into debate territory, questioning the use of Kurt Cobain's legacy for commercial interests. Will "Black Powder" make it to our skip, sample, or buy it list? You'll have to listen to find out!Finally, prepare to be transported down memory lane as Ryan and Todd share hilarious and heartwarming tales of their fragrance-filled escapades. From classic favorite scents like Issey Miyake and Kenneth Cole Black, to a cherished gift of Creed Aventus, their repertoire spans both affordable and aspirational. Buckle up for a rollicking ride through the world of fragrances, one whiff at a time. And remember, as we love to say, "spray it up, y'all"!Support the showLeave us a voicemail
2023 Kiessling Prize Recipient, Pagel created sustainability strategies and guidelines for conservation education during his tenure as president of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums. He approaches conservation by inspiring the public and leading high-level strategies to save countless species, from the very largest Asian Elephant to Asian songbirds.
Les journalistes et experts de RFI répondent également aux questions des auditeurs sur la visite d'un responsable taliban en Allemagne et sur l'état de santé du pape François. Niger : vers une hausse du trafic de migrants ? Au Niger, les autorités de transition ont décidé d'abroger la loi criminalisant le trafic de migrants. Pourquoi la junte est-elle revenue sur cette loi ? Cette décision pourrait-elle impacter les flux migratoires dans la sous-région ? Avec Claire Fages, journaliste au service Afrique de RFI.Allemagne : polémique suite à la conférence d'un responsable talibanUn responsable taliban a donné une conférence dans une mosquée à Cologne. Comment a-t-il pu se rendre en Allemagne ? Quel était l'objectif de cette conférence ? Avec Pascal Thibaut, correspondant de RFI à Berlin.Vatican : pas de COP28 pour le pape FrançoisSouffrant, le pape François a renoncé à se rendra à Dubaï pour la COP28. Que sait-on de son état de santé ? Comment s'organise le Vatican quand le pape ne peut assumer ses fonctions ? Avec Frédéric Mounier, ancien correspondant à Rome du journal La Croix entre 2009 et 2013, auteur de Le Pape François. Une vie, aux éditions Presses du Châtelet.
Generative AI is continuing to dominate C-suite conversations across sectors. Organizations are starting to understand its transformative potential across the operations value chain, but just what will it take to get started? McKinsey's Nicolai Muller and Marie El Hoyek, a Cologne-based senior partner and London-based associate partner, talk to McKinsey Talks Operations host Christian Johnson about the game changing potential of generative AI. From automating complex processes to unprecedented opportunities across industries, discover insights on productivity boosts, system considerations, and the vital capabilities organizations need for successful integration. McKinsey Talks Operations has much more content to offer on the Operations topics that connect strategy with lasting success. Visit www.McKinseyTalksOperations.com to explore events and insights from McKinsey's Operations Practice, and join the McKinsey Talks Operations community. You can also connect with us on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/showcase/mckinsey-operations See www.mckinsey.com/privacy-policy for privacy informationSee www.mckinsey.com/privacy-policy for privacy information
This episode features Kate Rigby, PhD, Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Environmental Humanities at the University of Cologne. We talk about her many contributions to environmental humanities and ecocriticism. Some of the topics we cover include her work with European Romanticism, decolonization, and the enduring legacy of the ecofeminist philosophy of Val Plumwood. We also discuss her most recent book, Meditations on Creation in an Era of Extinction (Orbis Books, 2023), where she reflects on the challenges of extinction through theological interpretations of the Biblical account of creation. She draws on an ancient genre of theological writing about the days of creation, the hexameron.
Ready to embark on an olfactory adventure with your fragrance-loving friends, Myke and Ryan? We're here to whip up a storm as we dissect a Renier Perfumes fragrance. We're not afraid to admit it - we're pretty impressed with the innovation in the mix. But hey, there's more! We're also revealing our Patreon Friends with Benefits tier giveaway - a bottle of Serene by Soma Parfums. Stick around for interesting chats about the controversial opinions of Fragrance_Weirdo, Dan from Soma Parfums on YSL's MYSLF. We'll round off with a friendly chat about safe scents such as Dior Sauvage and Chanel Bleu De Chanel.Buckle up for the second segment where we'll be sniffing out the unique Eau De Parfum by Renier. We'll explore its spicy, sweet notes and ponder over its unisex potential. Is it just us, or does it really smell like sautéed pears? We'll chat about the trends, the priciness of the perfume, and the tragedy of its possible discontinuation. As we wrap up, we'll delve into its unique scent profile, its growing popularity in the fragrance community, and the big question - why haven't we bought it yet? So, are you ready to join us on this scented journey? Tune in!Support the showLeave us a voicemail
We head to Cologne, Germany, where we catch-up with the man they dubbed the parastronaut - former Paralympian and surgeon John McFall. He was recruited by the European Space Agency one year ago to work out how space travel might be different for disabled people. He tells us about his findings so far and we ask about recent headlines which claim his prosthetic leg would poison those aboard a space station. Gogglebox's Simon Minty, and former host of Ouch, joins us and chats about growing up with his non-disabled sister and fellow Goggleboxer Jane and how in recent years he has been competing at the World Dwarf Games…and winning medals! Plus Nikki Fox, host and BBC Disability Correspondent, is given 60 seconds to round-up the latest benefits situation introduced in the chancellor's Autumn Statement. Presenters: Nikki Fox and Emma Tracey. Recorded and mixed by DJ Dave O'Neill. Produced by Alex Collins, Emma Tracey and Damon Rose. Edited by Beth Rose, senior editor is Sam Bonham. Find us on BBC Sounds every week and subscribe there, or wherever you get your podcasts. Holler "Alexa, ask the BBC for Access All". Contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on X, formerly twitter, on @bbcaccessall.
This week, join us on a captivating journey to Cologne, Germany, as we sit down with Niklas Hoppe, the embodiment of vintage flair known as Vintagebursche. From a 16-year-old metalhead to a sartorial connoisseur of 1920s fashion, Niklas unfolds his fascinating evolution.Delve into the realms of vintage recreation, role-playing, and Niklas's venture into writing a sewing book for crafting your own vintage garments. We explore the intriguing concept of "The Rules," dissecting their meaning and relevance. Plus, discover the expansive community that has rallied behind Niklas's work across various media platforms. Tune in for a riveting story of transformation, style, and the allure of timeless fashion.You can find links to all Niklas activities and the book here , as vintagebursche on Youtube and as @vintagebursche on Instagram.Garmology is by Nick Johannessen. There is no advertising or sponsorship, but you are welcome to support the podcast via my Patreon at patreon.com/garmology or you can buymeacoffee.com/garmologyNick Johannessen is also the editor of the WellDressedDad blog and WellDressedDad on Instagram. You can email Nick as Garmology (at) WellDressedDad.com.Garmology theme music by Fabian Stordalen.
À la suite de la Première Guerre mondiale, le traité de Versailles, adopté en 1919, impose la démilitarisation de la Rhénanie. Pour vérifier l'effectivité de cette mesure, la région est découpée en trois secteurs, occupées par les armées alliées pour une durée allant de 5 à 15 ans. Les zones concernées se trouvent à l'ouest du Rhin, mais comprennent aussi des têtes de pont sur la rive droite du fleuve. Elles sont centrées sur Cologne, Mayence et Coblence. Mais les militaires chargés de délimiter ces secteurs circulaires, sur la carte, commettent une erreur. En effet, les zones française et américaine auraient dû se toucher, de sorte qu'aucun secteur ne soit laissé en dehors de l'administration militaire alliée. Toutes les apparences d'un État souverain Or, ce n'est pas ce qui se passe. Un étroit couloir, mesurant moins de 800 mètres de large en son point le plus étroit, se trouve libre de toute occupation. Cet étroit corridor, coincé entre les zones française et américaine, va devenir l'État libre du Goulot. On lui donne ce nom en raison de sa forme qui, en effet, rappelle celle du goulot d'une bouteille. C'est le maire de Lorch, la ville la plus importante du territoire, et qui en devient la capitale, qui annonce, par un télégramme aux Alliés, la formation de ce micro État. Il comporte environ 17.000 habitants, qui vivent dans les villes de Lorch et de Caub, et dans plusieurs villages. Le nouveau pays se dote de certains des symboles de la souveraineté. Une nouvelle monnaie est en effet créée, le thaler de l'État libre, qui n'a cours que dans ce petit pays, qui émet aussi des passeports. Mais les Français ne l'entendent pas de cette oreille. Décidés à faire rentrer ces récalcitrants dans le rang, ils isolent le minuscule État. Aussi les vivres entrent-ils par contrebande dans le territoire. L'expérience prend fin en février 1923, à la suite de l'occupation de la Ruhr par les troupes françaises, qui devait contraindrez l'Allemagne à payer les réparations prévues par le traité de Versailles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
durée : 00:03:09 - Sous les radars - par : Sébastien LAUGENIE - La conférence s'est tenue le 16 novembre, l'association Ditib, qui gère les activités de la mosquée de Cologne dit ne pas avoir été au courant de cette invitation lancée par une association afghane qui a loué les locaux. Le gouvernement demande des explications.
durée : 00:03:09 - Sous les radars - par : Sébastien LAUGENIE - La conférence s'est tenue le 16 novembre, l'association Ditib, qui gère les activités de la mosquée de Cologne dit ne pas avoir été au courant de cette invitation lancée par une association afghane qui a loué les locaux. Le gouvernement demande des explications.
The smell in the studio is getting hot. What is the culprit. Plowsy feels it could have been KG in O-Town. SoundStory. Hogsnapper. 20% off at TMASTLShop.com, no promo code needed. KG defends his musk. Cologne and air fresheners. Ken is anti-air fresheners. Jackson comes in to investigate the aromas. The Athletic posted a survey with fans listing where their preferred MLB city to talk a weekend trip would be. STL not at the top of the list, which is a damn shame. Ken plugs his cameo, much to the audience's chagrin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Let's embark on a fascinating scentventure as we journey through the world of fragrances! Today, we'll explore the alluring facets of some unique scents, starting with the sweet yet generic Gold, and the unexpected Book that surprisingly mirrors Santel 33. We'll also be dissecting the complex world of fragrance concentrations, peeling back the layers to understand the different olfactory experiences each one brings.We're thrilled to welcome our guest, Grant from Fragdude85 on Instagram, who will be shedding light on the beguiling history of Creed fragrances. Prepare to have your minds blown as we uncover the brand's dubious origins, tracing its inception back to the 1950s and scrutinizing its advertised history that's been, quite intriguingly, falsified. Our chat with Grant will also touch upon our personal experiences with Creed fragrances, the evolution of our opinions about the brand, and the importance of quality assurance when investing in fragrances.Finally, we'll stir up a lively debate on the pros and cons of owning a massive fragrance collection versus a carefully curated one. We'll also delve into the often unspoken fear of judgement when wearing certain fragrances, and share our advice on managing this anxiety. From the scent of moss, Zaharoff's fragrances, to the scent of paper and milk, you can trust us for a comprehensive discussion on a broad spectrum of scents. In the end, we'll remind you why it's essential to find the fragrances that resonate with your identity. So join us as we navigate the enthralling world of fragrances, brimming with fascinating stories, experiences, and advice. Trust us; your olfactory senses will thank you!Support the showLeave us a voicemail
America is aiding in genocide. Kids are scared to go to school. Gossip is ruining relationships. I'm over all of it; hope you enjoy my ranting. links mentioned: Genocide article: https://www.democracynow.org/2023/11/16/ccr_genocide blog & socials: Blog: Simply Jamilah || www.simplyjamilah.com Instagram:allsimplyjay || https://www.instagram.com/allsimplyjay/ TikTok: juhmeeluhh || www.tiktok.com/@juhmeeluhhYouTube: Jamilah on Film || www.youtube.com/channel/UCfOfgkee5Es9TkHa_ts8jNw Spotify: itsmilahh || www.spotify.com/user/itsmilahh music credit (all from Epidemic Sound): intro: “Turning Tables” by Dusty Decks black & beautiful: “Better (Not Bitter)” by King Sis ft. Jontha Links recs & regrets: “Cologne, 4AM” by William Claeson outro: “Precious Cargo” by Mimmi Bangoura EDUCATE YOURSELF! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/simplyjamilahpodcast/message
MLVC speaks with German listener Dominic who attended the first night of Madonna's Celebration Tour in Cologne! We talk about his experience seeing the show, the hard core fans sleeping in tents outside of the venue and more! Follow MLVC on Instagram, Twitter and Threads: @mlvcpodcast Subscribe to MLVC on our YouTube channel Donate to the podcast on Venmo: mlvcpodcast Listen to more episodes on Spotify/Apple/Amazon/Google Play or here: https://mlvc.podbean.com/
On the latest episode of The Cannabis Conversation, we speak with Dr. Franjo Grotenhermen, Chairperson at the International Association of Cannabinoid Medicines (IACM).We explore his journey into cannabis medicine, its diverse uses, and the challenges of its regulation. Together, we look at the importance of patient experiences and the need for a balance between clinical trials and real-world experiences. We also examine the risk profile of cannabis, potential side effects, contraindications, and interactions with other medications. The Cannabis Conversation is sponsored by Lumino - a boutique HR and Recruitment Agency specialising in building high performance teams for the European Cannabis Industry. They work in three main verticals: Commercial, Medical and Plant Facing.Get in touch at www.luminorecruit.com/About Franjo Grotenhermen M.D.Franjo Grotenhermen graduated in medicine and received his doctorate in Cologne. His fields of practice included internal medicine, surgery and naturopathy. He is head of the Centre for Cannabis Medicine in Steinheim (NRW) with a focus on therapy with cannabis and cannabinoids. Grotenhermen is Executive Director of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Cannabis als Medizin e.V. (ACM) (since 1997), Executive Director of the International Alliance for Cannabinoid Medicines (IACM) (since 2000) and author of the IACM-Bulletin, which is published fortnightly in several languages on the IACM website.Grotenhermen is an employee of the Cologne-based nova Institute, co-owner of Endoxo GmbH (founded in 2019), a company that produces CBD and other hemp products. He is a lecturer at Dresden International University. He is Chief Medical Advisor of canncura, an internet platform for telemedicine in the field of cannabis and cannabinoids. He is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the journals Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, edited by Prof. Daniele Piomelli at Mary Ann Liebert Publishing. He received the following awards: Hanf-Preis 1999 of Cannabusiness, IACM 2011 Special Award, ICBC 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award, Robert Newman Memorial Award 2018 of Akzept e.V., Honorary Award GFS-Award 2021 of Gemeinnützige Forschungsvereinigung Saluplanta e.V.ResourcesConnect with Franjo on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/franjo-grotenhermen-65624b19bIACM's Website: https://cannabis-med.org/
In this episode, we delve into the fascinating journey of Lothar Schirmer, a publisher and art collector. We explored his post-war childhood in Cologne, his venture into art collecting, and his encounter with Cy Twombly and Joseph Beuys. We discovered the evolution of his publishing company and the story of his first book with Bernd and Hilla Becher then Helmut Newton and Robert Mapplethorpe. The episode further explores notable books such as the Nick Knight and the Yves Saint Laurent books. Schirmer also imparts advice for emerging publishers, offering insights for industry professionals. I hope you will like this episode in English!01'40 – Childhood in Post-War Cologne06' – Teenage Passion: A Journey into Art Collecting (in particularly Cy Twombly and Joseph Beuys)11' – Publisher by Passion: Fostering Relationships with Artists13' – The Genesis of His Publishing Company20' – His First Book: Collaboration with Bernd and Hilla Becher28' – Iconic Encounters: Helmut Newton and Robert Mapplethorpe32' – Nick Knight Book34' – Yves Saint Laurent: The Story of the Book45' – Evolution of IT in Publishing53' – Advice for Emerging PublishersSchirmer Mosel Website : https://www.schirmer-mosel.com/Pour suivre l'actualité du podcast vous pouvez vous inscrire à la newsletter ici : https://beacons.ai/lesvoixdelaphoto et retrouvez le podcast sur Instagram, Facebook et LinkedIn @lesvoixdelaphoto Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - The archbishop of Beijing is visiting Hong Kong this week in a trip that marks a historic first since the Chinese Communist Party severed diplomatic relations with the Vatican 70 years ago. Archbishop Li Shan is the president of the Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association, the state-managed Catholic organization in mainland China controlled by the CCP's United Front Work Department. The Beijing bishop's five-day visit to the Diocese of Hong Kong is at the invitation of Cardinal Stephen Chow, the city's bishop, who has said that he sees Hong Kong as “a bridge Church” with the mainland. Li was ordained archbishop of Beijing in 2007 with the approval of Pope Benedict XVI after being named to the post by Chinese authorities months prior. He was the first bishop to be consecrated in China following the publication of Benedict XVI's 2007 letter to Catholics in China. Earlier this year, Li prayed for the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Holy See and the People's Republic of China “as soon as possible” during a Mass at the diocesan seminary. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/256004/beijing-archbishop-becomes-first-to-visit-hong-kong-since-chinese-revolution A court of appeal dismissed all charges of “hate speech” and “ethnic agitation” against Finnish lawmaker Päivi Räsänen on Tuesday in what has been hailed as a victory for free speech. The Finnish member of Parliament had been charged in 2021 after publicly sharing in 2019 her biblical, religious views on marriage as between one man and one woman. Though Räsänen, 63, was unanimously acquitted by a Finnish District Court in 2022, prosecutors appealed her acquittal to the Helsinki Court of Appeal. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/256001/hate-speech-charges-dismissed-for-finnish-lawmaker-who-defended-traditional-marriage The president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Archbishop Timothy Broglio, on Tuesday called on Israel to pursue negotiations in its war with Hamas terrorists. When asked about Israel's military actions in the Gaza Strip and civilian casualties suffered since the outbreak of the war, Broglio said it is an issue he feels “very strongly about” and said that Israel should “find a way to negotiate.” https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/256006/us-catholic-bishops-president-calls-on-israel-to-negotiate-with-hamas Today, the Church celebrates Saint Albert the Great, a Doctor of the Church and the patron saint of scientists. The native German joined the newly formed Order of Preachers (Dominicans) in the early 13th century. He earned a doctorate from the University of Paris and taught theology there and in Cologne, Germany. Albert became known as “Great” because of his intellectual abilities. He was a respected philosopher, scientist, theologian and teacher, and was well-versed in Arabic culture. One of his students, who later became a great friend and built upon his Scholastic method, was Saint Thomas Aquinas. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-albert-the-great-656
Full Text of ReadingsWednesday of the Thirty-second Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 493The Saint of the day is Saint Albert the GreatSaint Albert the Great's Story Albert the Great was a 13th-century German Dominican who decisively influenced the Church's stance toward Aristotelian philosophy brought to Europe by the spread of Islam. Students of philosophy know him as the master of Thomas Aquinas. Albert's attempt to understand Aristotle's writings established the climate in which Thomas Aquinas developed his synthesis of Greek wisdom and Christian theology. But Albert deserves recognition on his own merits as a curious, honest, and diligent scholar. He was the eldest son of a powerful and wealthy German lord of military rank. He was educated in the liberal arts. Despite fierce family opposition, he entered the Dominican novitiate. His boundless interests prompted him to write a compendium of all knowledge: natural science, logic, rhetoric, mathematics, astronomy, ethics, economics, politics, and metaphysics. His explanation of learning took 20 years to complete. “Our intention,” he said, “is to make all the aforesaid parts of knowledge intelligible to the Latins.” He achieved his goal while serving as an educator at Paris and Cologne, as Dominican provincial, and even as bishop of Regensburg for a short time. He defended the mendicant orders and preached the Crusade in Germany and Bohemia. Albert, a Doctor of the Church, is the patron of scientists and philosophers. Reflection An information glut faces us Christians today in all branches of learning. One needs only to read current Catholic periodicals to experience the varied reactions to the findings of the social sciences, for example, in regard to Christian institutions, Christian life-styles, and Christian theology. Ultimately, in canonizing Albert, the Church seems to point to his openness to truth, wherever it may be found, as his claim to holiness. His characteristic curiosity prompted Albert to mine deeply for wisdom within a philosophy his Church warmed to with great difficulty. Saint Albert the Great is a Patron Saint of: Educators/TeachersMedical TechniciansPhilosophersScientists Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
We go minimal and controlled with the Germans, in particular Köln (Cologne). Home of all tracks kompakt und profan. The art of putting together a meal of just a few ingredients, that works. Also it's moonday. We get to feel the vinyl dust and stunning synth stabs through a dubby delay over heavy bass notes that drag along the floor. But don't worry, right after this experience you'll meet a happy-go-lucky track that makes you wonder if it even has a time frame. I've collected these german gems to shine on you. Super geil. Genau. Your host: Phtalo TRACKLIST: John Tejada - Unstable Condition Felix Fleer / Jonas Landwehr - Windows Reinhard Voigt - Supertiel Solee - Somnia Dana Ruh - Moonday Cio D'or - Ur Studio 1 - Gold 2 Cio D'or & Paul Brtschitsch
Moving to a different state has fully immersed me in my self-love journey, and dating myself has brought me so much joy. After a tangent about holiday eating, I share the definition of "self-date," the benefits of self-dates, and a few self-date ideas. As they say, you can't love someone else until you learn to love yourself. links mentioned: Made with Lemons: https://madewithlemons.co/date-yourself/ kimmybookss on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimmybookss/ My TBR: https://simplyjamilah.com/2023/05/09/to-be-read/ blog & socials: Blog: Simply Jamilah || www.simplyjamilah.com Instagram:allsimplyjay || https://www.instagram.com/allsimplyjay/ TikTok: juhmeeluhh || www.tiktok.com/@juhmeeluhhYouTube: Jamilah on Film || www.youtube.com/channel/UCfOfgkee5Es9TkHa_ts8jNw Spotify: itsmilahh || www.spotify.com/user/itsmilahh music credit (all from Epidemic Sound): intro: “Turning Tables” by Dusty Decks black & beautiful: “Better (Not Bitter)” by King Sis ft. Jontha Links recs & regrets: “Cologne, 4AM” by William Claeson outro: “Precious Cargo” by Mimmi Bangoura WHAT DID JUSTIN BIEBER SAY?! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/simplyjamilahpodcast/message
We cozied up with YSL's MYSLF, Austin Butler's new spray and its familiar, green apple aroma. But that's not all we chatted about. We also wondered about the potential of hypoallergenic fragrances for our friends with allergies and shared our personal experiences with Creed of Aventus. This conversation also led us to revisit our memories of fragrance encounters and the joy of sharing them with others. And in a surprising twist, we dove into the world of video games, drawing interesting parallels between the competitive environment and real-life scenarios. We also reflected on the cost of luxury with the high-priced YSL fragrance. And before we called it a day, we had to investigate the 'Panty Dropper' fragrance to see if it lives up to its bold name. Support the showLeave us a voicemail
We're back in the saddle again, folks. This week, Al and Dee try to find the line between craft and industry when it comes to safety— and they're not afraid to get a little rough and ready. Plus, signature scents, inedible eggs, and the enduring majesty of Tussy. Main Ad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giLguwIb7DE Local Ad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwHINptK8HE Sources: https://www.adcreeps.gay/sources-1/339-stetsonfits
Full Text of ReadingsWednesday of the Thirty-first Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 487The Saint of the day is Blessed John Duns ScotusBlessed John Duns Scotus' Story A humble man, John Duns Scotus has been one of the most influential Franciscans through the centuries. Born at Duns in the county of Berwick, Scotland, John was descended from a wealthy farming family. In later years, he was identified as John Duns Scotus to indicate the land of his birth; Scotia is the Latin name for Scotland. John received the habit of the Friars Minor at Dumfries, where his uncle Elias Duns was superior. After novitiate, John studied at Oxford and Paris and was ordained in 1291. More studies in Paris followed until 1297, when he returned to lecture at Oxford and Cambridge. Four years later, he returned to Paris to teach and complete the requirements for the doctorate. In an age when many people adopted whole systems of thought without qualification, John pointed out the richness of the Augustinian-Franciscan tradition, appreciated the wisdom of Aquinas, Aristotle, and the Muslim philosophers—and still managed to be an independent thinker. That quality was proven in 1303, when King Philip the Fair tried to enlist the University of Paris on his side in a dispute with Pope Boniface VIII. John Duns Scotus dissented, and was given three days to leave France. In Scotus's time, some philosophers held that people are basically determined by forces outside themselves. Free will is an illusion, they argued. An ever-practical man, Scotus said that if he started beating someone who denied free will, the person would immediately tell him to stop. But if Scotus didn't really have a free will, how could he stop? John had a knack for finding illustrations his students could remember! After a short stay in Oxford, Scotus returned to Paris, where he received the doctorate in 1305. He continued teaching there and in 1307 so ably defended the Immaculate Conception of Mary that the university officially adopted his position. That same year the minister general assigned him to the Franciscan school in Cologne where John died in 1308. He is buried in the Franciscan church near the famous Cologne cathedral. Drawing on the work of John Duns Scotus, Pope Pius IX solemnly defined the Immaculate Conception of Mary in 1854. John Duns Scotus, the “Subtle Doctor,” was beatified in 1993. Reflection Father Charles Balic, O.F.M., the foremost 20th-century authority on Scotus, has written: “The whole of Scotus's theology is dominated by the notion of love. The characteristic note of this love is its absolute freedom. As love becomes more perfect and intense, freedom becomes more noble and integral both in God and in man” (New Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol. 4, p. 1105). Learn more about John Duns Scotus! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
The best (and cheapest) therapy for those small things that get under your skin is sometimes a good venting session so you can get it off your chest and move on with your life! And if you're not privy to the first-hand vent-a-thon, then being a fly on the wall listening is hopefully equally therapeutic and also maybe entertaining. Welcome to Rant Therapy, a podcast short powered by the hosts of the Happy Eating podcast, Brierley Horton and Carolyn Williams, where we periodically share our real-life venting sessions with each other—AKA what we're “so over”. What's Brierley So Over this week? I'm So Over Men Who Wear Too Much Cologne!!! Thank you for listening to Rant Therapy on the Happy Eating Podcast. Tune in weekly on Thursdays for new episodes and new rants on Tuesdays. For even more Happy Eating, head to our website! https://www.happyeatingpodcast.com Learn More About Our Hosts: Carolyn Williams PhD, RD: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realfoodreallife_rd/ Website: https://www.carolynwilliamsrd.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealFoodRealLifeRD/ Brierley Horton, MS, RD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brierleyhorton/ Got a question or comment for the pod? Please shoot us a message! email@example.com Produced by Lester Nuby OE Productions To contact Lester - firstname.lastname@example.org
As you might have heard, FC Bayern München went to Dortmund and took their hosts BVB apart...but that's the way the Klassiker seems to go in recent years. Nik and Terry dig into that and other stories, including a tempestuous week for Mainz 05 that ended with a win, Cologne's persisting troubles, coming changes at the top for Werder Bremen and more. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/talking-fussball/support
Tuesday of the 31st Week in Ordinary Time Saint of the Day: St. Engelbert; the 13th Century son of the count of Berg; he became the archbishop of Cologne in 1217, at the age of thirty; in this office, he became tutor to the son of Emperor Frederick II; in 1222 he crowned Henry King of the Romans;Engelbert was slain by his cousin Frederick, whom he had thwarted in an attempt to steal from the nuns of Essen, in 1225 Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 11/7/23 Gospel: Luke 14:15-24
This is not me questioning God. I just have questions concerning my faith, such as swear words, the requirement of going to church, and the relationship between various denominations. In other news... Are you ready for Spotify Wrapped? links mentioned: Likewise: https://likewise.com/profile/juhmeeluh Lemon8: https://v.lemon8-app.com/s/MjwTxwesR 2'Live Bre: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5dmGhAaINwsrzTyzQbDg0F?si=N_u5HuTXTNKK08dEtpZsYw Human Butterfly (album): https://open.spotify.com/album/4XSPIofc7OiXd5oP4QBpRw?si=DaB2sMqZSoemaW29DwbFlg blog & socials: Blog: Simply Jamilah || www.simplyjamilah.com Instagram:allsimplyjay || https://www.instagram.com/allsimplyjay/ TikTok: juhmeeluhh || www.tiktok.com/@juhmeeluhhYouTube: Jamilah on Film || www.youtube.com/channel/UCfOfgkee5Es9TkHa_ts8jNw Spotify: itsmilahh || www.spotify.com/user/itsmilahh music credit (all from Epidemic Sound): intro: “Turning Tables” by Dusty Decks black & beautiful: “Better (Not Bitter)” by King Sis ft. Jontha Links recs & regrets: “Cologne, 4AM” by William Claeson outro: “Precious Cargo” by Mimmi Bangoura GET ON YOUR WATER GRIND --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/simplyjamilahpodcast/message
Deep House Cat Show - Silky Sifaka Mix - feat. Till West **************************************************************************** 01. Jo Paciello - Out of the Rainbow (Original Mix) 02. Dirtytwo - Embrace (Original Mix) 03. Delano Smith, Diamondancer - A Message For the DJ feat. Diamondancer (Jimpster Red Light Remix) 04. ColorJaxx - Make It Better 05. Philippa - Rainy Nights 06. Crew Deep - A Whole New Level (T.Markakis Remix) 07. ColorJaxx - Sing The Sound 08. Vincent Caira - Still With Me (Original) 09. John Rocca - I Want It to Be Real (Late Nite Tuff Guy Edit) 10. Gome - Elevator Man (Mike Dunn BlackBall Remix) 11. MAW, KenLou, Louie Vega, Kenny Dope - Snare Bouncin' (Original Mix) 12. DJ Oji - The Good Ol' Dayz (DJ Oji's Groove And Bang Mix) **************************************************************************** Till West from Cologne, Germany, created a deep and warm mix for our soulful souls: Enjoy this 60 minutes mix full of deep house music featuring tracks by ColorJaxx, MAW,Jo Paciello and many more! It would be awesome if you would leave a like, a comment or a share :) ____________ Support the Deep House Cat on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deephousecats/ Mixcloud Select: https://www.mixcloud.com/DeepHouseCatShow/select/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deephousecatshow #deephouse #silkysifaka #soulfulhouse #housemusic #deep #house #soulful #podcast #dancemusic #radio #love #podcaster #repost #freemusic #freepodcast #weekly
The question of psychopathy and psychopaths in the workplace is something that we have discussed before on the Brain for Business podcast. Yet it remains a fascinating and worthwhile topic, most particularly when considered in terms of power and leadership outcomes.To explore this further I am delighted to be joined by Dr Iris Kranefeld where we discuss a recent paper published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences.Key highlights include:Position power acts as a trait-relevant cue for psychopathy in leaders.When power is high, psychopathic meanness negatively relates to team performance.Under high power, team performance mediates the relation of meanness and effectiveness.The article discussed in the podcast is available here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0191886922004214About IrisIris is a graduate of University of Bonn from where she has a PhD in work and organisational psychology. Since July 2023, Iris has been a senior consultant with the Cologne Institute for Management Consulting / Kölner Institut für Managementberatung in Germany. A key focus of Iris' research is the “dark triad” of personality traits, most particularly psychopathy and how it plays out in the workplace.You can find out more about Iris' work at these sites:Researchgate - https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Iris-Kranefeld-2LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/iris-kranefeld/?locale=en_USCologne Institute of Management Consulting - https://www.ki-management.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We launched a new segment "How Good" celebrating what we love in Australia, Glen Maxwell had a shocker prompting the question what is your embarrassing injury? & Mick busted out the gavel to do some marriage counselling. Plus, comedian Glen Robbins might get barred from his golf course after Mick dig's up an old story about him. Join Mick & MG weekday mornings from 6am or grab the podcast everyday on LiSTNR or where ever you get your podcasts. #MickAndMGInTheMorningSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode 110 of the Outdoor Minimalist podcast, I am excited to introduce Lukas Gräf, the US Head of Growth and Expansion for Trelino. Trelino produces composting toilets perfect for camping, vanlife, boating, tiny houses, and more! If you're curious about how composting toilets work, if they're worth investing in for travel and tiny living, this is the episode for you. At the end of 2018, Lukas moved to his hometown, Cologne, Germany, and joined the team at STARTPLATZ as the COO and later Managing Director to take the West German startup ecosystem to the next level. Then, in 2022, he joined the Camper Active team. Camper Active GmbH is an outdoor and lifestyle company with products around nature and sustainability. Under the brand name TRELINO, they have rapidly risen to become Europe's leading store for dry toilets in the past two years and recently expanded in the US market. INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/outdoor.minimalist.book/ WEBSITE: https://www.theoutdoorminimalist.com/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@theoutdoorminimalist ORDER THE BOOK: https://www.theoutdoorminimalist.com/book VENMO: @OutdoorMinimalist --------------- Lava Linens Discount Code for 15% off your next purchase: OUTDOORMINIMALIST -------------------- Trelino Website: https://mytrelino.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mytrelino Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trelinoamerica -------------------- Related Episodes 17. Pee Rags, Menstrual Cups, and More with Angie Marie 27. Why You Need a Pee Rag (if you squat when you pee) with Anastasia Allison 28. How to Poop Outside with Monica Aguilar 107. Sustainable RV Living: Renovations, Gear, and Community with Kristen Sara and Siya Zarrabi -------------------- Original music by Alex Carney and Ethan Wiese --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/outdoor-minimalist/support
Ever marveled at the morbid curiosity humans have for things that are described as 'rough'? We dive headfirst into this puzzling phenomenon, using the world of fragrances as our playground. Brace yourself for an audacious review of a scent that left us with less than pleasant memories and felt more like a crash at Space Mountain than a Pirates of the Caribbean ride. We also offer our two scents on Tom Ford's Noir de Noir, exploring its gender-bending attributes and recommending a more manly alternative. Buckle up as we venture into the controversial corners of the fragrance world. We probe into whether there's a market for a Pirates of the Caribbean candle and make a bold promise - we will test Gwyneth Paltrow's scandalous 'This Smells Like My Vagina' fragrance in a future episode. Hold your breath (not literally), as we entertain the idea of an orgasm-inspired fragrance. Don't forget to chime in with your thoughts because we cannot wait to hear them. So, are you ready to spray it up? Keep smelling great and catch you at the next whiff!Support the showLeave us a voicemail
Here it is, the second solo and bilingual episode! This is a short summary of my two marathons (Berlin and Cologne). (The French part starts around 21:20./La section française commence à 21:20 environ.) Listening back to the French version, I think it's kind of funny how much my Quebec accent comes back the more I get agitated bitching about what I didn't like, haha./En réécoutant la version française, mon accent québécois qui revient en force à mesure que je chiâle sur ce que j'ai pas aimé m'a bien fait sourire, haha.BTW, I had the chapters auto-generated, and the chapter descriptions of the French version are in English. No idea why, sorry about that.Enjoy!Twitter - Instagram - Website
Episode Notes Taylor Swift wasn't the only major pop star responsible for a tourism boom this summer. Beyonce's Renaissance Tour helped lift hotel bookings across the U.S. and Europe, writes Senior Hospitality Editor Sean O'Neill. O'Neill cites Cardiff, Wales, Cologne, Germany and Houston, Texas, as cities where hotel bookings surged during stops on Beyonce's tour. Hotels in her hometown of Houston generated $18 million in revenue on the nights of her concerts, a 45% jump from the same weekend last year. However, O'Neill notes some cities — including London, Boston, and Las Vegas — didn't register a noticeable bump. He adds shows on weeknights during the school year were much less likely to drive travel demand. Next, Airbnb has been accused of violating a temporary restraining order in a New York City building, reports Executive Editor Dennis Schaal. The owner had placed the building on New York City's so-called banned building list, which blocks short-term rentals. However, the contempt motion alleges that guests were seen in the apartment on October 17 and that the listing was still on Airbnb. Schaal writes the building owner asked the judge to impose penalties for an alleged violation related to a short-term rental listing. A hearing is scheduled for October 30 in a New York State court. Finally, prominent airline industry executives will gather for the Skift Aviation Forum in Fort Worth, Texas on November 1. Edward Russell, editor of Skift publication Airline Weekly, lists five topics he's looking forward to discussing at the Forum. Russell writes that, despite constant warnings about economic downturns, the global airline industry is continuing to make progress in its recovery. While he notes that corporate travel in the U.S. has plateaued in its rebound, international travel has continued to boom. Transatlantic demand set records this summer, and many industry figures expect transpacific to surge as well.
After over 20 years of making sweets in celebrated kitchens all over the world, Chef Adam Thomas launched his own brand, Thomas Craft Confections, in Brenham, TX. Adam began his professional journey working at a San Diego bakery at age 18 with Alsatian master baker Pascal Zindel, and it was there that he realized that confectionary arts was his calling. During a successful apprenticeship at the prestigious Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, Adam connected with long-time mentor, Jean-Francois “Jeff” Lehuede. While still working at the Ritz-Carlton, Adam took on a second role at the St Regis Monarch Beach Resort to learn from pastry chef Stéphan Tréand, MOF. After taking the role of Head Pastry Chef at the Ritz-Carlton Marina Del Rey, Adam was sent to help open other Ritz-Carlton hotels in Abaco Island, Bahamas, and Denver, Colorado. From there, Adam was sent to Enniskerry Ireland to assist with another opening at the Ritz Carlton Powerscourt. Then it was chocolate competitions in Cologne, Germany, and Madrid, Spain and learning chocolate science in T'Hain l'Hermitage, France and Schwyz, Switzerland. Adam went on to Executive Pastry Chef residencies at Capella Singapore, The Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills, and at the longest running 5-star resort in the country, The Broadmoor Resort in Colorado Springs. It was in Colorado Adam was able to sink his teeth into the baking and pastry program and make it one of the very best in the country. Adam now owns and operates Thomas Craft Confections in Brenham, Texas. In this episode we discuss: How Adam got hooked on pastry His apprenticeship under Pascal Zindel His illustrious, global career with the Ritz-Carlton Why he was drawn to chocolate work The experience of chocolate competitions in Europe Working in Singapore and appreciating desserts with less sugar and fat Engaging with peers on the ‘Untempered' podcast Adam's kitchen tips and advice for neophyte pastry cooks And much more! Episode Sponsored by Guittard Chocolate Company We know the level of expertise required to succeed in pastry. At Guittard, our family has been perfecting our craft for five generations. We source premium cacao beans from all over the world to offer a variety of flavor profiles and meet any application need. Now these chocolates are available in an easy to use 3 kilo bag. At Guittard, we focus on the chocolate details so you can focus on your craft. Visit www.Guittard.com to learn more.
There is a situation at the fragrance section between two ladies and an AMEX card. Cologne counter playa. LMBAO!!! Wife and baby mama are at odds and now the father is caught in between.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
An absentee lord prompted the citizens of Cologne to expand the city in 1179. They did so by doubling the size of the city with the largest medieval city wall in Europe at the time. Unfortunately, the mayor had not been asked for permission. Find out how that turned out in this episode.
Do you remember the comforting aroma of your grandmother's house, that comforting blend of lotion and nail polish? That's what we reminisce about as we explore this fragrance by Tom Ford. We find ourselves entwined in the scent's nostalgia, connecting it to our past in a way that only a truly evocative aroma can. Join us as we dissect this intriguing fragrance, looking beyond the scent itself to discuss the importance of packaging, atomizers and why some reviewers are so passionate about caps.Jurassic Park High Heels Edition: https://youtu.be/_RZi6NCuLbQ?si=1BnktfZhHVHNA-ahAdditionally, we're thrilled to share that we have a spooktacular Halloween episode on the way, inspired by none other than Cynthia, a long time friend of the podcast! So come with us, as we journey through the world of fragrances, offering our honest thoughts and reviews on what's worth the splurge and what's not.Support the showLeave us a voicemail
In the perfume-laced corners of this episode, we serve up an honest review of the listener-requested Colonia Essenza by Acqua Di Parma, a fragrance that has sparked some... let's say 'interesting' feedback. There's also a detailed critique of Axiom by Soma Parfums, a scent that charmed us with its old school appeal and balanced blend. We aren't afraid to get controversial either; your investment in the Creed of Aventus shower gel and candle, is it worth it? Join us to find out. This episode is your invitation to dive nose-first into a world of intriguing scents, lively debates, and a whole lot of laughs.Support the showLeave us a voicemail
In this episode of "The Insomnia Project" titled "Massage & Cologne," hosts Marco Timpano and Amanda Barker take listeners on a soothing journey through their preferences and amusing anecdotes related to massages and fragrances. The episode begins with a discussion of their favourite types of massages, including techniques, pressure levels, and the ultimate relaxation experiences. They also share their favourite scents that enhance the massage experience, offering insights into the olfactory aspects of this therapeutic practice. The hosts reveal some intriguing and unique places to get massages, adding a touch of adventure to the conversation.As the episode unfolds, Marco regales the audience with a mishap he had during a massage, injecting humour and relatability into the narrative. The hosts then transition to the world of cologne, perfumes, and eau de toilettes. They discuss their preferred scents, delve into the importance of bottle design and shape in the world of fragrances, and share more entertaining misadventures they've encountered in their perfume journeys.To stay updated with "The Insomnia Project," you can connect with the hosts on social media:Twitter: @listenandsleepInstagram: @theinsomniaprojectWebsite: theinsomniaproject.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/theinsomniaprojectJoin Marco and Amanda as they explore the realms of relaxation and personal scent in this engaging and lighthearted episode. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-insomnia-project. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
SynopsisOn today's date in 1992, one of the strangest — and some would say most strikingly original — violin concertos of the late 20th century had its premiere performance in Cologne, Germany. It was written by Transylvanian-born Hungarian composer György Ligeti.Ligeti became famous in the West when some of his music appeared in the 1968 Stanley Kubrick film 2001: A Space Odyssey. Kubrick used Ligeti's music to evoke the eerie and empty vastness of outer space. And, in fact, Ligeti was fascinated by the sounds traditional orchestral instruments make when pressed to the extreme limits of their range — their own sonic “outer limits.” There's some of that in Ligeti's 1992 Violin Concerto, plus a dash of the traditionally melancholic Hungarian strain familiar from the music of Ligeti's famous compatriot Béla Bartók. Finally, tossed in for good measure, is Ligeti's puckish fondness for thumbing his nose at life, the universe and traditional concert hall decorum.As if to counterbalance his melancholic strain, or perhaps just express it in a more surprising way, there's a good deal of the clown in Ligeti, who includes a chorus of ocarinas in the score of his Violin Concerto.Music Played in Today's ProgramGyörgy Ligeti (1923-2006) Violin Concerto - Saschko Gavrilov, violin; Ensemble InterContemporain; Pierre Boulez, cond. DG 439 808