Sam and Emma host Carl Lindskoog, assistant professor of history at Raritan Valley Community College, to discuss his recent book Detain and Punish: Haitian Refugees and the World's Largest Immigration Detention System, to discuss his recent book Detain and Punish: Haitian Refugees and the World's Largest Immigration Detention System, on how the US's treatment of Haitian refugees worked as the blueprint for their immigration detention system today. Professor Lindskoog starts back in the ‘50s, around two decades into a period of intensely discriminatory immigration policy, banning immigration from practically anywhere that isn't in western Europe, when the US decides to suspect their policy of immigrant detention, building up to the 1965 decision to do away with their national origin quotas in the midsts of the Civil Rights Movement. Next, however, he covers the racist backlash to both the movement as a whole and these immigration policies as, beginning in the ‘70s, the US saw an influx in Haitian migrants that worried representatives (unlike anti-communist Cuban migrants who bolstered the US image of Cuba), spilling over in the summer of 1980, as the US responds by reasserting immigrant detention, building up their private-prison complex as they start incarcerating more and more folks, both foreign and native-born. He, Sam, and Emma dive into the policy of the Reagan administration that worked to bolster this, including quarantining and expelling Haitian refugees with HIV/AIDS, followed by George H.W. Bush's opening of the Guantanamo detention center, originally just for Haitian refugees, before touching on the neoliberal responses under Clinton, as he reinstalled President Aristide following a military coup under the requirement of subscription to neoliberal policy, and Obama, as he upheld detentions – save for a short period following the 2010 Earthquake. They wrap up the interview with a discussion on the history of organizing and direct action by Haitian refugees in jails and detention centers, before touching on Biden's failure to make our current immigration system even more slightly humane. And in the Fun Half: Emma and Sam cover Jeff Fortenberry's disillusionment with the CIA now that they're investigating him, Jennifer from Seattle talks radicalization in personal relationships, Dan from CA talks cancel culture in the MR chat, and Peter Doocy doesn't quite realize that COVID is an issue of public safety. 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Lorraine Monteagut is a Cuban-Colombian writer born in Miami, Florida. She is the author of Brujas: The Magic and Power of Witches of Color. Lorraine holds a PhD in communication from the University of South Florida, where she began her research on bruja feminism and the reclamation of ancestral healing traditions. Inspired to the spiritual life by her great grandmother, who was an espiritista in Cuba, she facilitates astrology workshops and moon circles in her local community in Tampa, Florida.On this episode, Lorraine discusses the healing that comes with connecting to the magic of ancestors, the diversity of the Latinx witchcraft community, and how to decolonize spiritual research and practices.Pam also talks about the importance of honoring one's own ancestral magic, and answers a listener question about spell-casting for a new home.Our sponsors for this episode are VVITCH Digital, Temperance Home and Bar, The Path 365 by Suzie Newell, Wishcraft Goods, Mithras Candle, BetterHelp, Swandy's The Throne Room album, and The Spiral Bookcase
Seriah interviews author, researcher, and long-time "Atlantis Rising" publisher J. Douglas Kenyon. Topics include decay of stars, crystals, Kurt Vonnegut, Neanderthals, Colin Wilson, Stan Gooch, the Carpathian Sphinx, Dr. Robert Schoch, Romanian and central European esoterica, Atlantis and the historical Jesus, parallels between Christianity and ancient Egyptian religion, Atlantis as a global socio-political order, Plato, Minoan civilization, end of the last ice age, Rose and Rand Flem-Ath, Charles Hapgood, ancient maps, Antarctica, alignment of ancient temples, pole shifts, Scott Creighton, live organisms in Antarctica ice cores, the Caribbean, Edgar Cayce, Dr. Greg and Lora Little, the Bimini Road, Pauline Zalitzki, ocean floor formations off of Cuba, sunken ruins near India and Indonesia, alleged "Bosnian Pyramids", Japanese "Yonaguni" structures, Graham Hancock, extremely ancient petrified wheel ruts, Dr. Alexander Koltypin, Malta, Gobekli Tepe, multi-level underground structures in Turkey, Incan monuments and older civilizations, structures on Mars, Richard C. Hoagland, Dr. John Brandenburg, nuclear war on Mars, possible destroyed planet between Mars and Jupitor, cosmic catastrophism, Shoemaker-Levy 9 comet impact, Dr. Avi Loeb and Oumuamua object, crop circles, Australian "saucer nests", fakery and media, Andrew Colllins, academic/scientific peer review and its problems, bias on Wikipedia, Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, Dr. Luc Montagnier, homeopathy, holy water, morphic resonance, "Eye of Africa" formation, cyclical climate of the Sahara, Jimmy Bright, Edgar Cayce's hall(s) of records, alternative Egyptology, reincarnation, Association for Research and Enlightenment, the "Forbidden" series of books, and more. This is entrancing discussion that connects to so many subjects! - Recap by Vincent Treewell Outro Music is War by High Council Donwload
En esta edición de "Voces de Cuba" presentamos una completa entrevista con AGUSTÍN PAÍS, hermano de Frank y Josué País con quienes lucho en contra de la dictadura de Batista y quien nos contará la verdad acerca de su hermano Frank quien al contrario de la imagen que creó el régimen de Cuba, no simpatizaba para nada con el comunismo y presentía quien era realmente Fidel Castro con quien se había aliado para terminar con el gobierno de Batista. Sigue VOCES DE CUBA en las redes sociales: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/vocesdecuba Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/vocesdecuba Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/vocesdecuba Para más entrevistas de VOCES DE CUBA visítanos en: http://www.vocesdecuba.com Danos Like, Suscribete, Comparte! #Cuba #VocesdeCuba #Disidencia
All uploads on this channel are for promotional purposes only! The music has been converted before uploading to prevent ripping and to protect the artist(s) and label(s). If you don't want your content here (that goes for audio or images) please contact me immediately via email: firstname.lastname@example.org and I WILL REMOVE THE EPISODE OR ARTWORK IMMEDIATELY! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, Tiny Desk is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with an "El Tiny" takeover of the (home) concert series, featuring J Balvin, Camila Cabello and several more musicians from all corners of Latinidad. Felix Contreras | September 29, 2021 As you gaze into the space where Cuban vocalist Eme Alfonso performs her Tiny Desk (home) concert, you enter a place where music becomes a spiritual language. So much of her history and music is centered around the Afro-Cuban spiritual practice that some know as santería. In the 1980s, her parents started Síntesis, a pioneering band that performed secular versions of that musical liturgy through electric jazz fusion. In fact, her parents, Carlos Alfonso and Ele Valdés, join her on vocals on this three-song set, which she recorded in Havana. As with all things spiritual, it's best to start off paying homage to all things greater, which she does with a track from her 2018 album Voy, "Ayabba," a prayer sung in Yoruba and interpreted for voice and jazz trio (in this case, bassist Julio César González, pianist Jorge Aragón and drummer Oliver Valdés). "Libre" showcases the historic musical ties between the US and Cuba, as Alfonso's vocals reflect her love for soul and jazz. Jazz is also part of that long-standing cultural give and take, as evidenced by Aragón's masterful piano solo. "El Bote" features the preternatural family vocal connection between Alfonso and her parents. In an interview I did with her dad Carlos Alfonso, he told me the main inspiration for the choir-like vocals of their group Sintesis were inspired by Freddie Mercury and Queen. There is a bit of those stacked harmonies in the chorus, before a propulsive drum solo by Oliver Valdés that propels the song to a dramatic close. Eme Alfonso is representative of the kind of music that defies expectations of what Cuban music should sound like. This stop in Havana during our "El Tiny" tour of Latin music is just the tip of the iceberg of the musical riches of contemporary Cuba. SET LIST • "Ayabba" • "Libre" • "El Bote" MUSICIANS • Eme Alfonso: vocals • Ele Valdés: vocals • Carlos Alfonso: vocals • Jorge Aragón: piano • Oliver Valdés: drums • Julio César González: bass CREDITS • Video: Daniel Santoyo, Mauricio Valera, Ana Rafaela Riego • Audio: Bosito, José Justo Enrique • Director of Photography: Bryan González • Colorist: Daniel Alemán • Production Assistant: Boris Sergueevich • Camera Operator: Carla Franco • Camera Operator: Luis Alberto González • Camera Operator: Alejandro Calero • Camera Assistant: Raúl Amargo • Gaffer: Jesús Dulfo • Lighting Equipment: Raydel Grizzle • Jonathan L. Mendoza: Lighting Technician TINY DESK TEAM • Producer: Felix Contreras • Video Producer: Kara Frame • Audio Mastering: Josh Rogosin • Alt.Latino 'El Tiny' Team: Anamaria Sayre, Reanna Cruz, Anaïs Laurent, Stefanie Fernandez • Tiny Production Team: Bob Boilen, Bobby Carter, Maia Stern, Sofie Hernandez-Simeonidis • Executive Producer: Keith Jenkins • Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann Team UNPLUGGED.
Richard Maybury and Dr. Roger Moss return. When President Eisenhower was leaving the Presidency, he warned Americans of the emerging “military industrial complex” (MIC) that would destroy our democratic form of government. Sadly, it seems the President was right as a massive bureaucracy now makes rules that have nothing to do with the will of the electorate. A move away from power by the people to power of the government over the electorate to dictate every area of life has provoked growing anger from conservatives. Conservatives crave retention of the Constitution that guarantees the rights of Americans to be free of government tyranny. Much of the current lack of agreement is related to social issues, with economic issues taking a back seat. But, increasingly, as Federal Reserve's counterfeiting actions result in hyperinflation and Americans realize this money printing scam is the reason for their poverty and the massive wealth of the top 1%, Richard believes a setting very similar to Cuba in 1958 may leave power in America up for grabs by any number of interests. Richard will explain what to watch for to determine who will gain power and what investments you should own in preparation for a hyperinflationary event starting with gold. Roger will give us an update on Labrador Gold Corp on its Kingsway project that is starting to show some very high grade results. These results are starting to resemble the results of the emerging world class gold discovery on the Queensway project next door by New Found Gold.
"As Kennedy said at the United Nations, there is a 'sword of Damocles hanging by a thread over humanity,' and we're still in that same position today and will remain in that position unless we figure out how to get rid of nuclear weapons." This is a rebroadcast of Ep. 88, aired originally April 7th, 2021. Marty Sherwin died on October 6th, 2021. ----- Pulitzer-prize winning historian Martin J. Sherwin is on the podcast, discussing his new book Gambling with Armageddon: Nuclear Roulette from Hiroshima to the Cuban Missile Crisis. The book sheds new light and brings fresh insights into what was one of the most volatile, potentially catastrophic periods of time in history— a time when the fate of the world was at a precipice. Many of the questions one naturally has about this period are answered by Marty Sherwin in dramatic, detailed manner. How did it happen in the first place that the Soviet leader, Nikita Khrushchev, was storing nuclear arms in Cuba? What role, contrary to what he writes in his autobiography, did Bobby Kennedy play? Who were the real heroes here that caused the world to avoid all-out nuclear war, and how close did we really come? Perhaps, most importantly: what have we, what has the world learned? Are we any better off now than before? Marty Sherwin, the world's preeminent Cold War historian is here, and he explains our past, our future, and our tragic reliance on Nuclear Arms. Support Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk on Patreon. Martin Jay Sherwin (1937-2021) was an author and historian specializing in the development of atomic weapons and nuclear policy. Along with Kai Bird, Sherwin co-wrote American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer, which won the Pulitzer Prize for biography in 2006. Sherwin was born in Brooklyn and studied at Dartmouth College. After four years in the Naval Air Force, Sherwin began graduate studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, receiving a Ph.D. in history in 1971. His dissertation focused on the decision to drop the atomic bomb, and was revised and published in 1975 as A World Destroyed: The Atomic Bomb and the Grand Alliance to much acclaim. In addition to A World Destroyed and American Prometheus, Sherwin has advised a number of documentaries and television series relating to the Manhattan Project, including The Day after Trinity: A History of Nuclear Strategy, Stalin's Bomb Maker: Citizen Kurchatov, and War and Peace in the Nuclear Age. Sherwin also had a long and distinguished teaching career. In 1988, Sherwin founded the Global Classroom Project, which joined students from the United States and Russia in conversations over issues such as the nuclear arms race. Sherwin was professor emeritus in history at Tufts University and a professor of history at George Mason University. His collection of more than two dozen interviews and oral histories with Oppenheimer's colleagues and friends is available on the "Voices of the Manhattan Project" website.
International speaker and mega pastor and multi-time author, Nicole Crank, lays it all on the line because it's not about her name. It's about His, and she allows the good work that has been done in her to provide good works for people in other countries like Cuba, and more people who have been suppressed and depressed based on circumstantial situations. I love how she spoke about God's forgiveness. He forgives it all. So go into this episode in a state of receiving as you listened to Nicole share her story.
Saudações, ouvinte charuteiro! Está NO AR "O Mundo do Charuto", um podcast produzido pela Rádiofobia Podcast Network para trazer informações, fatos e curiosidades sobre o universo dos charutos, desde sua origem, tipos de tabaco, tamanhos e bitolas, passando pela sua história até dicas para iniciantes e harmonizações! Este podcast é apresentado pelo iniciante entusiasmado Leo Lopes e pelo experiente entusiasta Cesar Adames, especialista com mais de 30 anos de experiência escrevendo sobre cerveja, vinhos, destilados e charutos, é claro! No quinto episódio da primeira temporada, saímos de Cuba e desembarcamos em países igualmente importantes na indústria charuteira mundial, tais como República Dominicana, Nicarágua, México, Honduras, Costa Rica e outros, cujos charutos são frequentemente referidos como Off Cuba! Não deixe de interagir com a gente nas redes sociais, dar seu feedback sobre o papo e sugerir temas e convidados para as próximas edições do nosso podcast, além de deixar seu comentário no post, ok? Você também pode mandar sua cartinha para a Caixa Postal 279 - CEP 13930-970 - Serra Negra - SP, e seu e-mail para email@example.com! Ouvintes que enviaram seus feedbacks: - Ludmila Gonçalves (@dona_charuteira), Confraria Charutos and Roll (@charutosandroll.canal), João Ribeiro (@boracharutar), Flavia Torres (@flaviatorrescarvalho), André (@charutosetabacos), Rodrigo (@wood.dust2020) Segue a gente e acende um charuto: - Instagram do O Mundo do Charuto - Twitter do O Mundo do Charuto - Site do Cesar Adames - Instagram do Cesar Adames - Twitter do Cesar Adames - Instagram do Leo Lopes - Twitter do Leo Lopes Ouça "O Mundo do Charuto" nos principais agregadores: - Spotify - Google Podcasts - Apple Podcasts - Amazon Music - PocketCasts Publicidade: Entre em contato e saiba como anunciar sua marca, produto ou serviço em nossos podcasts.
The furniture industry is filled with family businesses. But what happens when one of our amazing colleagues passes? Evan Lagueruela and I are talking about the transition of his family business, Trinity Furniture.Evan and I met at Spring Breakout. I was fascinated by the story of his family business and asked if he'd be willing to come on the podcast. Instead he recommended that his dad join me. We had a wonderful discovery call but before we could actually sit down and record for the show, Mr. Lagueruela passed away from cancer. Rather than let their story go untold, Evan took to the mic to share his family's story and let us know how Trinity Furniture is evolving with the changes. Listen as Evan shares the direction of the company, how they're making waves in the renewables space, and what they're doing to combat their image as traditional furniture makers. I know I say it often, but this truly was a powerful conversation that you won't want to miss. In this episode: [02:20] Welcome to the show, Evan![04:40] He shares his background and his role with Trinity Furniture today.[05:34] He talks about when he came back to the family business.[07:22] Listen as Evan shares a story about his father's journey from Cuba to the United States.[10:57] He discusses how his father got into the furniture business.[12:36] With $1000 they started Trinity Furniture in 1984.[14:08] Evan speaks about the first piece of furniture they made.[17:19] He shares what he believes was the pivotal moment his father had that boosted Trinity Furniture to where they are today.[19:45] He talks about the Facelift product and the success they've had with this renewable product.[23:42] Listen as Evan discusses the steps that led to him taking over the family business.[27:50] He shares where the company is going in the future.[30:00] He speaks about the legacy collection that they are still producing.[31:47] He talks about the vision he has for Trinity in the next 5 to 10 years.[34:30] Trinity Furniture leads by example and remains made in America with all American parts.[35:30] He gives us a glimpse into the new product development Trinity is working on.[38:50] “There is so much to be said about the power of small businesses.”[40:41] Thank you for being on the show! Links & Resources: INDEAL UniversityConnect with Evan:Trinity FurnitureLinkedIn | Facebook | InstagramEvan's EmailLinkedInConnect with Sid:www.sidmeadows.comEmbark CCT on FacebookSid on LinkedInSid on InstagramSid on YouTubeSid on Clubhouse - @sidmeadowsThe Trend Report is proudly sponsored by INDEAL U. Partners in progress in the commercial interiors industry. To learn more about INDEAL U, please visit their website athttps://www.indeal.org/The Trend Report introduction music is provided by Werq by Kevin MacLeod Link:https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4616-werq License:http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
What you'll learn in this episode: Why jewelry artists from the 60s and 70s, such as Andrew Grima and Arthur King, are gaining more appreciation today The difference between artist jewelers and jewelry by artists What a jewelry lover should do to refine their taste and start their collection What defines a passionate collector What to expect from the Kimberly's upcoming exhibition “Simply Brilliant: Artist-Jewelers of the 1960s and 1970s” About Kimberly Klosterman A graduate of Stephens College with a BFA in design, Kimberly Klosterman was always interested in art, antiques and design. After graduation she studied Decorative Arts at Sotheby's London, where she was exposed to the world of antique jewelry. Upon return to Cincinnati, she and her Husband, Michael Lowe, opened their first gallery selling art and antiques. At this time, she also began her search for fine jewelry. To make ends meet for the new business, Klosterman went to work in the family company, Klosterman Baking Company, in 1982 where she currently moonlights as C.E.O. Her jewelry business, established after another Sotheby's course, Understanding Jewelry, was opened in 1996. Her love of 1960s and 70s jewelry developed through the tutelage of Amanda Triossi, whose own collection thrilled Klosterman. After living in Amsterdam and London, she returned to Cincinnati where she continues to collect fine jewelry. Klosterman has given gallery talks at the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Taft Museum, the American Society of Jewelry Historians, and the American Society of Jewelry Appraisers, NYC Jewelry Week, Christies Auction, Bonhams Auction, etc. The current exhibition “Simply Brilliant: Artist-Jewelers of the 1960s and 1970s,” organized by Cynthia Amnéus, Chief Curator and Curator of Fashion at the Cincinnati Art Museum, is a result of Klosterman's passion for collecting. Her goal, to help preserve the legacy of these bold men and women who were jewelers to the jet-set. The exhibition, which opened at DIVA in Antwerp, Belgum and traveled to the Schmuckmuseum in Pforzhiem, Germany, will be on view in Cincinnati Oct 22- Feb 6. A catalog complete with biographies and makers' marks accompanies the exhibition. Additional Resources: Website Facebook Instagram Pintrest Photos: This is the cover of the book, which is also the catalog and a listing of where the exhibit has been. Roger Lucas for Cartier astronaut ring Romolo Grassi Gold and emerald pendant. Gilbert Albert ammonite and pearl Bracelet Brooch Cedars Devecchi carved coral and gold brooch. Arthur king Brooch Collection of Andy Warhol and Kim Klosterman Andrew Grima amethyst ring. Andrew Grima agate and tourmaline necklace. Transcript: What makes a passionate collector? For Kimberly Klosterman, it's someone who can't get enough of the objects they love, no matter what they are. She herself became a passionate collector of 1960s and 70s jewelry long before it became popular. Her collection is now being featured in a traveling exhibition, “Simply Brilliant: Artist-Jewelers of the 1960s and 1970s.” She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about the qualities that draw her to 60s and 70s jewelry; why the unique jewelry of this period has come back in style; and what aspiring collectors should do to create a thoughtful collection. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Today, my guest is Kimberly Klosterman of Kimberly Klosterman Jewelry. While she's dealt in jewelry across a number of periods, she's recognized for her collection of designer jewels from the 60s and 70s. Her collection is currently being featured in the museum exhibit “Simply Brilliant,” scheduled to open at the Cincinnati Art Museum on October 21. The show has already been at DIVA, which is the new diamond museum in Antwerp, as well as at Pforzheim in Germany. We'll hear all about Kimberly's jewelry journey today as well as about the museum exhibit. Kimberly, welcome to the program. Kimberly: Thank you. I'm so happy to be here, Sharon. Sharon: Tell us about your jewelry journey. I was looking at this beautiful catalogue, “Simply Brilliant.” It's a standalone book, but it's a catalogue of the show. I'm reading the review that Ruth Peltason, I think, did with you. You've really had such a journey if you'd tell us about that. Kimberly: I've been interested in jewelry for a long time and started collecting Art Deco things and different kinds of jewelry earlier on. I decided if I'm going to do this, I'd better learn a little more about what I'm getting myself into. So in 1996, I went to London and found out there was a course called “Understanding Jewelry” at Sotheby's. I thought, “This might be a great thing for me to do. I've been a Sotheby's student before, and I learned a lot the first time around.” This was a course that lasted five or six weeks and Amanda Triosi was teaching it. So, my husband and I went to London and I took the course. It was great. It was the history of jewelry. It was a lot of fun. I do have an art background, so it was easy to pick up on the jewelry she was talking about. We had great speakers, but one thing that stood out for me was that I was exposed to the artists' jewelry of the 1960s and 1970s, and that happened in two ways. One of our projects for extra points was to go see a show at Hancocks in London, and that was an Andrew Grima retrospective. I went to the show, and I was completely bowled over. I was almost shaking when I saw the jewelry there. I walked in, looked at it, and the man behind the counter was very tall and dapper, a really elegant man, and he looked at me and saw my enthusiasm and said, “Would you like to meet the artist?” I said, “Oh yes, that would be fantastic,” and he extended his hand. It was Andrew Grima. That was my first exposure to that kind of jewelry. Up until then, if you think about what was happening the mid-90s, everybody was into white gold and small jewelry and little, tiny things. Here were pieces that were big and bold and gold, and all kinds of materials were used instead of precious and semiprecious stones. It was a real eye-opener. The other thing is Amanda, who has become a very close friend, at the time when I was her student, she took some of us back to her little apartment in London and said, “Would you like to see my jewels?” I said, “Oh sure, that would be great.” So, she reached behind the radiator and pulled out these hot jewels, and they were incredible. She had a necklace by Gilbert Albert and Andrew Grima pieces and a host of things I had never laid my eyes on. The other few students that were with us didn't get it at all. I immediately responded to it, and I knew that was a path I wanted to carve out for myself. At the time, I was taking a bit of a break from my family business, which is Klosterman Baking Company. My husband and I were in Europe, and I didn't know what I was going to do. I woke up one morning and said, “I know; I'm going to sell jewelry.” I took the previous stuff I had collected, which actually turned out to be a lot better than I thought, and started selling that, but with an eye to look for these other jewels. I think one thing that was so amazing to me is how difficult it was to source that material from the 60s and 70s. I didn't realize until some years later that the reason was because it simply wasn't out of the jewelry boxes yet. It hadn't come into the marketplace, and if it did, it was probably scrapped pretty quickly, as they were heavy pieces of gold. So I went on this quest, but it took quite a while to build a collection. If you are thinking about this jewelry in today's marketplace, say for the past four or five years, it's everywhere, but it was very difficult to source in the beginning. I made a little booklet on my iMac that I used to take to shows on the jewelry I was collecting. This was before we had cellphones. I would take it around with me to shows and show various dealers, “If you get anything like this, call me. Here's my card.” That's how I started collecting. Sharon: Did you get a response from dealers? Did they say, “Oh, I've had that in my drawer for ages”? Kimberly: I did have a funny thing happen one time in Miami. I was wearing a piece of jewelry by Arthur King, and I really like King's work. He's an American jeweler that started working in the late 40s. He started out as a studio jeweler making his own jewelry in Greenwich Village, right on the same street as Sam Kramer and— Sharon: Art Smith? Kimberly: Art Smith, yes. He was right in that group. I think he went to Florida right after that and eventually started working in gold. He started hiring other bench jewelers to help him as well. He had a place in Cuba. He had a couple of different stores in Florida, and he was also showing at Fortnum & Mason in London. He's a very interesting jeweler to me, but anyway, back to the Miami Beach, Florida Antique Show. I was wearing an Arthur King piece, and one of the dealers looked at me and said, “Do you like that stuff?” and I said, “Yeah, I do.” She said, “I have these things in my safe.” It ended up being a number of pieces that came directly from Louise King, Arthur's wife, and she had them on consignment. I bought those pieces and started my friendship with that dealer, who down the road would show me things like that when she got them. Sharon: I'm sure people were surprised because that stuff was so out of fashion when you started collecting it. Kimberly: It really was. The other dealer stories are a total crackup. I say my best pieces came out of people's big and ugly boxes. You would go to the show, and they'd have this box, big and ugly. Sharon: Today it's not white gold, but it's still tiny, little pieces. I call it Brentwood jewelry. That's an affluent area near here. I'm knocking somebody's jewelry, not any particular designer, but I don't understand; it doesn't show up. Why are you wearing it? That's all. Kimberly: I've always said it's funny about jewelry. I learned a long time ago that people that wear big jewelry don't necessarily have to be big people. A lot of times different jewelers would say, “Oh well, you need a big woman for that,” and I said, “No, you need a big personality.” Some of the people I know that wear the biggest jewelry happen be to the tiniest people. Sharon: That's true with art jewelry being made out of plastic or wood. It's big, but it may be a little more out there, avant garde. I remember at a gallery, there was a small, very elegant woman telling me how she would have to convince her clients they could wear this stuff. They didn't have to be big women, like you're saying. You mentioned Graham Hughes. Tell us who this is and how he influenced your collecting or your path. Kimberly: Graham Hughes was in the late 50s at Goldsmiths' Hall. His father had been at Goldsmiths' Hall and Graham followed in his father's footsteps. This is in London. Graham was initially involved with the silver department there, but he had a real love of jewelry and decided this would be a good avenue for Goldsmiths' Hall to go down to start a collection of jewelry. He was very passionate about it and has written a number of books on the history of jewelry. I always liked his take on things. We just seemed to have the same taste. Even in his historic collection of jewels that he chose to picture in his books, they were always the best; they're just great. He was a bit of a character, from what I understand. I never did get to meet him, but he got together with some people at the V&A. They started talking in the late 50s about putting an exhibition of jewelry together, and they didn't want to do just any jewelry. They thought jewelry was boring, staid; “What can we do to shake it up?” This little group initially said, “I know. We'll get artists to make jewelry. We'll commission artists to make jewelry and we'll have this exhibition.” They talked about that, and the more they talked about it—it was actually Graham, I believe, that said, “No, we can't do that, because artists don't always understand how jewelry hangs on the body or how it attaches to clothing because they're artists; they're not jewelers.” He said, “We need to reach out to people that are jewelers making amazing jewelry already, people making one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry that are thinking outside the box.” There were a couple of different reasons; I don't know exactly what they were. Health was one issue. One of the people had a health issue, and something else happened at the V&A where they were going to cancel the show. Instead, Graham proposed that they have the show at Goldsmiths' Hall, and everything came together. They started reaching out to people all over the world for this proposed show. I can't remember how many countries; maybe 80 countries, something like that. Just under a thousand pieces, 900 and some odd pieces were exhibited in the show when it happened in 1961. It was also a historic show because it showed works by René Lalique, Chaumet, some other big houses. It was kind of a survey in that area, but the idea was modern jewelry, 1890-1961. Sharon: I want to make sure everybody knows that the V&A is the Victoria and Albert Museum. Kimberly: Anyway, this put a lot of people in the limelight. People like Arthur King exhibited from America in that show; Andrew Grima exhibited; just a whole host of people. Those people helped inform my collection. The catalogue he wrote that accompanied the exhibition as well as the book that followed it became the Bible for my collection, my wish book. Sharon: I want to ask you something else, a small detail. Amanda Triosi's class, was that every day for five or six weeks or once or twice a week? Because if it was every day, wow! Kimberly: It was five days, and it was great. We had the best speakers and great field trips. It was really wonderful. Sharon: Wow! I'm ready. Sign me up. That sounds wonderful. I'm curious if today you go to some social event and wear your jewelry, do people understand it more than they did 10, 15 years ago? Kimberly: I think so, absolutely! If you look in today's marketplace, heck, go to TJ Maxx and look in the case. So much jewelry is influenced by what was happening in the 60s and 70s, whether these contemporary jewelers know it or not. It has definitely come back around. Uncut stones, rough diamonds, textured gold, bigger, bolder items; all of these things have come back into the marketplace, and yellow gold again as opposed to white gold. Sharon: Was there a time, maybe 20, 25 years ago, when friends, people at social events, would say, “What is that?” Was there no understanding or appreciation? Kimberly: I think overall people do appreciate it more than they did. To my face they didn't tell me they didn't get it, but it's been interesting working with different people on the exhibition that maybe weren't exposed to this kind of jewelry before, even possibly the curator at the art museum, Cynthia Amnéus, who wrote the book, or Ruth Peltason, who's also writing a book on 1960s and 1970s jewelry and did the interview with me in our book. I have educated them to the point where they really like the jewelry now. Sharon: It definitely grows on you. Kimberly: It does, and I think that's true with anything. People tend to like what they know, not know what they like. Sharon: That's interesting. That could lead into a whole different discussion. Did somebody have to teach us to love Art Deco jewelry, or is that just something that is beautiful? Kimberly: You know what? I think it's just beautiful. I remember declaring, after I graduated from my “Understanding Jewelry” course at Sotheby's, that I knew what I was going to sell: Cartier Art Deco, because it's the best. Well yeah, everybody else thought so, too. So, I carved out a niche for myself that was remotely different. Sharon: It must have been easier to source at least, Cartier Art Deco. A lot pricier I would think, but easier to source. Kimberly: Easier to source, but out of reach for me at the time. Sharon: In some of the literature I was reading about you, it says you sell to the passionate collector. What is the passionate collector to you? Kimberly: It's anyone that can't enough of anything. I have one friend I sell to and they're—you know what? I think you should answer that question. You're the collector. Sharon: I was thinking about that. Is that somebody like me who occasionally will buy—let's say it's out of my budget; it's out of my reach, but it's so beautiful I have to have it. There are a lot of things I don't think about that way. I don't need sports cars. I don't need a boat. I don't need a horse. Kimberly: I think it's when you can't stop. I know from my own self I'm a passionate collector. I keep thinking, “I don't need that, but that's fantastic.” You try to say, “Hey, I've got all this. I don't need another example of this, but I need an example of this.” Sharon: I's like as my mother used to say to me, “You have a black blouse.” Yes, I have a black blouse, but does it have short sleeves? Does it have a bow? Anyway, the other thing you talked about is jewelry by artists versus artists' jewelry. Can you tell us a little bit more? Kimberly: The difference between an artist jeweler and jewelry by an artist is this: an artist like Calder, Goya, Dalí, etc. makes other art. They're more passionate—I don't know about passionate, but— Sharon: They're artists in that way. Kimberly: They're artists in a bigger realm. They're making paintings and sculptures and different things, and jewelry is just a small portion of what their oeuvre is. Whereas an artist jeweler is a jeweler by trade or in the jewelry industry by trade, making one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry that are in that marketplace. It's almost like a marketplace situation. You've got jewelers and you have artists, but certain jewelers that we call artist jewelers are making one-of-a-kind pieces, usually, or limited pieces for the jewelry market. Does that make sense? Sharon: Yes, it is hard to define. I've talked to a lot of different people about what a passionate collector is and what collecting is. Someday somebody will come up with some definition that's definite. What you're saying makes sense. I understand what you're saying.
A strong Hurricane battered western Cuba in the middle of October 1910. The system then headed northeastward across southern Florida dumping heavy rain and causing high water to inundate southeastern Florida with water many feet above sea level. Many of the barrier islands that today house cities like Miami Beach where covered over with water – but there was little built up on those islands and so damage was minimal. One strange impact of the hurricane was that because it moved very slowly with strong constantly blowing winds from the direction of the northeast all across the region, that on the west coast of Florida the wind then was blowing away from the land and so the opposite of a storm surge occurred. On October 18, 1910 the wind actually blew the water out of Tampa Bay and the Hillsboro River and pushed it into the Gulf of Mexico. The water level lowered to 9 feet below average low water; and there was little water left for several hours in the river and Tampa Bay, 40 ships were grounded. It was the exact opposite of a storm surge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On COI #176, Kyle Anzalone discusses the so-called “Havana Syndrome.” Since 2017, the supposed ailment – which has so far not been proven to exist as its own discrete illness – has been invoked repeatedly by deep state and corporate media pundits to demonize US “adversaries.” The Havana Syndrome has no known cause, and its alleged symptoms range from migraines, dizziness, nausea and vertigo, among other symptoms common to countless other existing diseases and disorders. Initially, the Trump administration used the issue to roll back Obama's diplomatic gains with Cuba. As scientists increasingly suggested the Havana Syndrome could be psychosomatic – or largely a psychological problem rather than physical disease – the MSM spun the Trump administration's lack of interest by tying the narrative into the broader Russiagate craze. Now, the deep state and corporate press are deploying the unproven theory again to demonize Russia and China, suggesting they are somehow behind the mysterious syndrome. Kyle breaks down recent news about Facebook after the Intercept released the social media giant's ‘blacklist,' which includes some 4,000 groups and individuals deemed “Dangerous Individuals and Organizations” on the platform. Among the blacklisted figures were politicians, writers and various other people of influence. The list helps explain how Facebook suppresses independent reporting on the empire, ensuring certain voices are never heard while elevating others as go-to ‘experts.' Kyle updates recent missile tests by North Korea. As with many previous launches by Pyongyang, the corporate media treated the test-fire as an act of aggression and allowed subsequent coverage to retain the same framing. Washington's regular joint war games Seoul – effectively simulating an invasion of the north – as well as its own periodic weapons tests are seldom mentioned in mainstream coverage. Kyle argues that the US should meet North Korea's missile tests with diplomacy, noting that South Korean President Moon Jae-in – a vocal proponent for improved inter-Korean ties – is giving Biden an ideal opportunity as he continues to push for an official end to the Korean War, which is formally still underway despite an armistice pact signed in 1953. Odysee Rumble Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook Twitter MeWe Apple Podcast Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CB
Latin Grammy-winning producer, composer, percussionist, and writer, Barrett Martin, has been playing music professionally for over 30 years, including work on over 120 albums and film soundtracks worldwide. His work can be heard on albums by R.E.M., Queens Of The Stone Age, Mad Season, Screaming Trees, Tuatara, Blues legend CeDell Davis, and recording sessions that range from the Peruvian Amazon, to Brazil, Cuba, the Palestinian West Bank, the Mississippi Delta, and the Alaskan Arctic. Barrett also holds a master's degree in ethnomusicology and linguistics, and has practiced Zen for over 25 years. He has guest lectured at several universities across the United States, and has written essays for The Huffington Post and Riot Material (links below). In 2014 he was awarded the ASCAP Deems Taylor/Virgil Thompson Award for excellence in writing, and in 2017 he received two Latin Grammy nominations, winning a Grammy for producing Nando Reis' Best Brazilian Rock Album, “Jardim-Pomar”. In this episode, Jane shares his background, education, and musical journey. If you enjoyed this episode please make sure to subscribe, follow, rate, and/or review this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, ect. Connect with us on all social media platforms and at www.improvexchange.com
Today, in a special episode, the folks at Mango Chat and John from the Discourse Podcast joins us to talk about Operation Gladio. Show Notes:0:30 - What is The Discourse Podcast?3:30 - At least we can convince our moms!7:00 - Why Operation Gladio shatters people’s world views?7:28 - How it Began? The 1930s9:00 - Clerical Fascism 11:29 - The Dulles Brothers and the Stay behind Network15:28 - Frank Wisner17:26 - US Myth vs US reality24:00 - Debate on Truman’s role in all of this28:17 - The Cuban Equation (Yes… this is very confusing)32:00 - Rat Lines36:00 - The JFK Connection38:00 - The Dulles Brothers42:00 - The Long Thread of Dulles Brothers to Cuba to JFK48:00 - Christ Loses to Communism in Italy1:04:00 - The Scum of the Earth Get full access to Historic.ly at historicly.substack.com/subscribe
What is the Christian church's stance on capital punishment? What does sanctity of life really mean? 108 countries have abolished the death penalty for all crimes. 8 more countries have abolished the death penalty for ordinary crimes. 28 countries have, in practice, eliminated executions for at least the last 10 years. 55 other countries are considered Retentionist states in that their laws and practices continue to retain the right of capital punishment. What do China, Cuba, Afghanistan, North Korea, Iran, Iraq and the "Christian" nation of the United States have in common? You guessed it -- the death penalty. (Amnesty International) Leave us a voice message --> https://anchor.fm/redweatherchristians/message
Hva skjer i Libanon? Deler av Beirut ble forvandlet til en krigssone denne uka. Spent på Cuba. Sikkerhetspolitiet slår til mot aktivister som planlegger en stor demonstrasjon i november. Store demonstrasjoner til støtte for Georgias ekspresident i Tiblisi. Vi skal møte den 80 år gamle bokhandleren i Raqqa som fikk bøkene sine brent av IS. Og vi skal til Brasil, til Rio's mest kjente landemerke som jubilerer.
10/15/21 CELEBRATES HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH Hosted by East Coast Eddie Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) recognizing the achievements and contributions of Hispanic American champions who have inspired others to achieve success. The observation began in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to cover a 30-day period. It was enacted into law on August 17, 1988. Black Artists in Latin Music Great talent never celebrated or recognized by US Latin Radio or Mainstream Media Black Latin Americans and Latinxs are often left out of the music conversation due to the whitewashing of their history (read: reggaeton) or the lack of representation in both mainstream and underground spaces, from pop charts to independent music festivals, so we need to be in charge of writing and preserving our own history. There is really no point in celebrating Latinx Heritage Month without acknowledging the contribution of Black Latinxs to the rich culture of the continent, especially when it comes to music. Duzzy Gillespie with Chano Pozo a Black Hispano percussionist, composer, songwriter from Cuba with no formal education who changed the world of Jazz creating the Afro Latino movement now called Latin Jazz Celebrating Black Artists In Latin Music/Educate&Entertain.
Buenos días desde La Habana, soy Yoani Sánchez y en la ‘Ventana 14’ del viernes 15 de octubre de 2021 comentaré estos temas: - "El turista primero", las paradojas del caso cubano – Otero Alcántara debilitado depone la huelga de hambre - Cuba deberá pagar a Rusia 11 millones de dólares por retrasar el pago de su deuda - El cubano Leinier Domínguez con buen paso en el torneo de ajedrez de EE UU Gracias por compartir este “cafecito informativo” y te espero temprano para el programa del lunes. Puedes conocer más detalles de estas noticias en el diario https://www.14ymedio.com Enlaces recomendados: - El artista encarcelado Otero Alcántara suspende su huelga de hambre https://noticuba.tech/cuba/artista-encarcelado-Otero-Alcantara-suspende_0_3186281344.html - Las tarjetas prepago, otro intento desesperado por evitar el robo de combustible https://noticuba.tech/cuba/tarjetas-prepago-desesperado-combustible-Cuba_0_3185681410.html - Exiliados cubanos lanzan una serie de videos para apoyar la marcha del 15N en la Isla https://noticuba.tech/cuba/Exiliados-cubanos-apoyar-marcha-Isla_0_3186281341.html - Cuba, la cuerda se tensa mientras se acerca el 15 de noviembre https://noticuba.tech/blogs/generacion_y/Cuba-cuerda-tensa-acerca-noviembre_7_3185751394.html - El cubano Leinier Domínguez se acerca a los líderes en el torneo de ajedrez de EE UU https://noticuba.tech/deportes/Leinier-Dominguez-acerca-lideres-torneo-ajedrez-EEUU_0_3185681409.html - Revuelo en Taguasco por la llegada del pollo https://noticuba.tech/cuba/Revuelo-enTaguasco-llegada-pollo_0_3185681407.html
Co-Founder & Managing Partner David Perez sits down with Jordan Selleck on this episode of Investors & Operators to discuss… David's journey from Cuba, to East Germany, to America Learning to be uncomfortable How to bring meaning into your life and so much more….. David Perez is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Avance Investment Management, LLC. Prior to founding Avance, David was the President and COO of Palladium Equity Partners. Prior to Palladium, he had several senior private equity roles, including Principal of General Atlantic Partners and Atlas Venture and Senior Associate of Chase Capital Partners. David started his career with James D. Wolfensohn and Co, focused on mergers and acquisitions. David earned his B.S. in Systems Engineering from Dresden University of Technology, a M. Eng. in Engineering Management from Cornell University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Co-Chair of the Harvard University Cuba Studies Advisory Group, a member of the Cornell Engineering School Advisory Group, President of the Board of Trustees of the Trinity School in New York City, and a longstanding board member and former President of the Board of Ballet Hispánico. He also served as Chairman of the Board of the NAIC. David lives in New York with his wife and three children.
Bob Yari is the producer of over 40 motion pictures. Some of these include Best Picture Oscar winner Crash and The Illusionist. He recently completed his second directorial effort with Papa: Hemingway in Cuba. He is currently executive producing the hit cable series “Yellowstone.” Bob is CEO of the production company Yari Film Group and is the founder and board member of 101 Studios. Drawing on life lessons, he just published his first book, The Human Condition: A Pathway to Peace and Fulfillment.
Adriana Bosch is fantastic—humble, open, present, giving, loving, sincere, and elegant. Really. She came in as an equal and a woman artist sharing her journey. Her latest documentary, Letters to Eloisa, is a lyrical must-watch profile dedicated to the late and great José Lezama Lima. It airs tonight—October 15— on PBS 10-11 p.m. EST (check local listings) under the New Season of Latino Public Broadcasting's VOCES. She wants people to watch this film. You will not regret it. Adriana captures so much in so little time. Towards the end, my tears just flowed. She knew how to place Lezama's letters to his sister Eloisa to reveal everything she wanted to say. I guess that's what artistic prowess, agility, and humanity are. Letters to Eloisa is an ode about “an obscured artist.” And yet, the film is about the larger picture—Cuban history, dissenters everywhere, artistic freedom, and the fragility of brave people. She has a lot to say about a man who lived by his word—no small feat. I hope sometime soon, Adriana Bosch gets a retrospective. She has a lot to give and say, and we need her, todos los que somo poetas de corazón. + 2021 for me, has had a Cuban theme, and all I can say is that I'm grateful for it. Earlier this year, I helped Pedrito Martínez with his album Acertijos (Riddles), now nominated for a Latin Grammy in the Best Tropical Album category. Find his production details here and follow him on IG, because it's full of good percussion bites, and he's a master. Then came We Have Iré. You can read and learn about that project here—music by Yosvany Terry with special guest Xiomara Laugart, words by Paul S. Flores. Directed by Rosalba Rolón of Pregones/PRTT in New York, We Have Iré is a multimedia theater work that portrays real-life stories of Cuban emigré artists real-life stories framed by Flores's exploration of his roots as a Cuban-American as he traveled back to Cuba with them. Through the medium of music -- always an essential element in the Cuban story – We Have Iré relives their struggles to relocate to the US and explores the new identities they constructed in the process. We Have Iré was commissioned and sponsored by the National Performance Network, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) in San Francisco, Pregones/PRTT in New York City, GALA Theatre in Washington D.C., MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana in San José, MECA-Houston, Miami That's all for now/ Regreso pronto—Back soon. It's been a ride this pandemic year...LOL Sol
The presence of God on an individual can affect nations. On this special replay of the Believer's Voice of Victory broadcast, Pastor George Pearsons and Dr. Terry Mize tell us how God opened doors for the Christmas story to be shared in an unlikely location.
Cheryl LaBash, Cuban solidarity activist and co-chair of the National Network on Cuba, joins us to discuss Cuba. Cuba's Henry Reeve Medical Brigade has been recognized worldwide for its work on the coronavirus pandemic. Our guest argues that the US is hampering actions that work for the betterment of humankind in its quest for domination over the tiny island nation and ultimately the world.
Route 66 (Camden Theatre, London 3-19-1964)It's All Over Now (Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA 10-29-1964)(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (ABC Theatre, Belfast 9-4-1965)The Last Time (UK Tour March 1965)Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (UK Tour March 1965)19th Nervous Breakdown (City Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne 10-1-1966)Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow (The Colston Hall, Bristol 10-7-1966)No Expectations (Intertel Studios, Wembley 12-11-1968)Love In Vain (Hyde Park, London 7-5-1969)Prodigal Son (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 11-27-1969)Honky Tonk Women (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 11-28-1969)Sympathy For The Devil (Altamont Speedway, Livermore, CA 12-6-1969)Live With Me (Roundhouse, London 3-14-1971)Dead Flowers (Leeds University, Leeds 3-13-1971)Bitch (Marquee Club, London 3-26-1971)Sweet Virginia (Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX 6-24-1972, early show)Rip This Joint (Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX 6-24-1972, late show)Dancing With Mr. D (Forest National, Brussels 10-17-1973)Brown Sugar (Sportpaleis Ahoy, Rotterdam 10-13-1973)Street Fighting Man (Empire Pool, Wembley 9-9-1973)Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) (L.A. Forum, Inglewood, CA 7-13-1975)Fingerprint File (Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto 6-17-1975)Wild Horses (Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire 8-21-1976)Crackin' Up (El Mocambo, Toronto 3-4-1977)Shattered (Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX 7-18-1978)When The Whip Comes Down (Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI 7-6-1978)Let's Spend The Night Together (Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, AZ 12-13-1981)Let Me Go (Capital Centre, Largo, MD 12-8-1981)Beast Of Burden (Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, IL 11-25-1981)Twenty Flight Rock (Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton, VA 12-18-1981)Going To A Go-Go (Roundhay Park, Leeds 7-25-1982)Start Me Up (Memorial Stadium, Clemson, SC 11-26-1989)Happy (Convention Center, Atlantic City, NJ 12-19-1989)Ruby Tuesday (Tokyo Dome, Tokyo 2-26-1990)Sad Sad Sad (Stadio Delle Alpi, Turin 7-28-1990)2000 Light Years From Home (Estadi Olimpic De Montjuic, Barcelona 6-13-1990)Almost Hear You Sigh (Wembley Stadium, London 7-6-1990)Love Is Strong (Tokyo Dome, Tokyo 3-12-1995)All Down The Line (Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ 8-14-1994)Tumbling Dice (Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, FL 11-25-1994)Black Limousine (Brixton Academy, London 7-19-1995)Connection (Paradiso, Amsterdam 3-26-1995)Midnight Rambler (L'Olympia, Paris 7-3-1995)Flip The Switch (TWA Dome, St. Louis, MO 12-12-1997)Under My Thumb (Soldier Field, Chicago, IL 9-23-1997)Gimme Shelter (Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY 10-25-1997)You Got Me Rocking (Weserstadion, Bremen 9-2-1998)You Can't Always Get What You Want (River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires 4-5-1998)Before They Make Me Run (San Jose Arena, San Jose, CA 4-19-1999)Let It Bleed (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY 1-18-2003)Respectable (L'Olympia, Paris 7-11-2003)Rocks Off (Twickenham Rugby Ground, London 8-24-2003)Jumpin' Jack Flash (Downsview Park, Toronto 7-30-2003)Oh No, Not You Again (Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto 8-10-2005)Miss You (Delta Center, Salt Lake City, UT 11-22-2005)Rough Justice (Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro 2-18-2006)Paint It, Black (River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires 2-21-2006)She's So Cold (Zilker Park, Austin, TX 10-22-2006)She Was Hot (Beacon Theatre, New York City, NY 11-1-2006)Get Off Of My Cloud (Prudential Center, Newark, NJ 12-15-2012)Doom And Gloom (Hyde Park, London 7-6-2013)Can't You Hear Me Knockin' (w/Mick Taylor, Glastonbury Festival 6-29-2013)Sway (Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 5-20-2015)Out Of Control (Estadio Ciudad De La Plata, Buenos Aires 2-10-2016)You Got The Silver (Estadio Monumental, Lima, Peru 3-6-2016)It's Only Rock ‘N' Roll (Ciudad Deportiva, Havana, Cuba 3-25-2016)She's A Rainbow (U Arena, Paris 10-25-2017)Monkey Man (Soldier Field, Chicago, IL 6-25-2019)Shine A Light (Arena, Amsterdam 9-30-2017)
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments last Wednesday in a case testing the limits of public disclosure about the CIA's secret torture program after the Sept. 11 attacks.The central issue of the case concerns whether a detainee at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, who has never been charged with a crime can subpoena testimony from the CIA contractors who supervised his torture.Abu Zubaydah was the first prisoner held by the CIA to undergo extensive torture. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Buenos días desde La Habana, soy Yoani Sánchez y en la ‘Ventana 14’ del jueves 14 de octubre de 2021 comentaré estos temas: - El oficialismo tacha de "agencias imperialistas" a la BBC, AFP y EFE – Los fumadores se desquician ante la falta de cigarrillos – Convocados estudiantes adolescentes para "enfrentar a la contrarrevolución" - Presentación del primer número de 'Insularis Magazine' Gracias por compartir este “cafecito informativo” y te espero temprano para el programa de mañana. Puedes conocer más detalles de estas noticias en el diario https://www.14ymedio.com Enlaces recomendados: - Las agencias "imperialistas AFP y EFE incitan a un estallido social" en Cuba https://noticuba.tech/cuba/medios-imperialistas-estallido-social-Cuba_0_3185681404.html - Cuba, la cuerda se tensa mientras se acerca el 15 de noviembre https://noticuba.tech/blogs/generacion_y/Cuba-cuerda-tensa-acerca-noviembre_7_3185751394.html - Los activistas Mitzael Díaz y Arianna López, detenidos el 11J, Premio Boitel 2021 https://noticuba.tech/cuba/Mitzael-Arianna-Lopez-Premio-Boitel_0_3185681402.html - Cambio de régimen en Cuba con el apoyo de una potencia extranjera https://noticuba.tech/opinion/Cambio-regimen-apoyo-potencia-extranjera_0_3185081469.html - Bielorrusia se convierte en trampolín de migrantes ilegales, incluyendo cubanos https://noticuba.tech/internacional/Bielorrusia-trampolin-migrantes-ilegales-incluyendo-cubanos_0_3185081472.html
We learn about our ministry of partnership with churches in Cuba, the history behind our connection, and how it is alive today. Join us for Fun n' the Sun Goes to Cuba on Nov. 6th. You can buy tickets at SuntreeUMC.org/Cuba-Missions On this episode: Tanner Smith - Director of Communications & Media Ulrike Gonzalez - Coordinator of Welcome & Lay Ministries Alice Matthews - Cuba Mission Team Member
Ray Baker, political analyst and host of the podcast Public Agenda, joins us to discuss the debt ceiling fight. The US House of Representative has passed a temporary debt ceiling bill that will expire in December. The bill passed without a single Republican vote and many Republicans are arguing that it should not be raised. Will Congress imperil the credit of the United States? Steve Poikonen, national organizer for Action4Assange, joins us to discuss Amazon. A recent investigation has revealed that Amazon is copying products and then rigging its internal searches to promote its own products. The tech giant has previously denied those allegations and the investigation reveals that at least two senior executives were in on the plot.Jack Rasmus, professor in economics and politics at St. Mary's College in California, joins us to discuss the economy. Dr Jack Rasmus has an interesting new article in which he argues that the desperate shortage in the labor market is a new type of worker action. Dr Jack says that because the workers are withholding their labor for better pay and working conditions their action can be classified as a strike. Laith Marouf, broadcaster and journalist based in Beirut, joins us to discuss Israel. Israel settlers have desecrated one of the oldest Muslim graveyards near the Al Aqsa mosque. Cheryl LaBash, Cuban solidarity activist and co-chair of the National Network on Cuba, joins us to discuss Cuba. Cuba's Henry Reeve Medical Brigade has been recognized worldwide for its work on the coronavirus pandemic. Our guest argues that the US is hampering actions that work for the betterment of humankind in its quest for domination over the tiny island nation and ultimately the world.Scott Ritter, former UN weapon inspector in Iraq, joins us to discuss the US military. A US marine who was disciplined for publicly criticizing the US handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal will reportedly plead guilty to a few charges. Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller is seeking to work out a plea bargain in which he is allowed to maintain some of his retirement benefits.K. J. Noh, peace activist, writer, and teacher, joins us to discuss China. A Democratic congresswoman has proposed that President Biden should have the authority to attack China and potentially start World War 3 without congressional approval. Also, our guest discusses the potential for war in the Pacific.Mark Sleboda, Moscow-based international relations security analyst, joins us to discuss the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal. Mark Sledoba lends us his technical expertise on submarines to discuss the issue of underwater warfare and in particular in regards to the US/China/Russia confrontation. Many observers believe that Europe must realign itself diplomatically for a closer relationship with Russia, China, and the Eurasian realm due to the recent actions of the US empire.
Sandra Levinson, exec. director of the Center for Cuban Studies, reports on Cuba's ambitious plan to vaccinate children as young as 2 years old and to bring the level of adult vaccination above 90% by the end of 2021. Interview by Richard Hill
Richie Allen is joined by Dr. Katherine Horton PhD.Back in 2016, Oxford University graduate Dr. Katherine Horton reached out to the show. She holds a masters in particle physics and has had a very impressive career, including working at CERN. Katherine told Richie then, that she was a Targeted Individual. Katherine believed that she and her family were being harassed with energy weapons and something called gang-stalking. Katherine was a compelling witness. She came back today to talk about Havana Syndrome. CIA agents believe that they are being targeted by directed energy weapons in Cuba and beyond. Katherine tells Richie that the weaponry has become much more sophisticated and dangerous in recent years. She also discusses the Covid pandemic, the mRNA vaccine rollout and explains why she believes all of it is connected to the Targeted Individual phenomenon. Find out more about Katherine at www.stop007.org
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Buenos días desde La Habana, soy Yoani Sánchez y en la ‘Ventana 14’ del miércoles 13 de octubre de 2021 comentaré estos temas: - La prensa oficial lanza la artillería mediática contra los promotores del #15NCuba - ¿De quién son las calles cubanas? – Las estafas de internet llegan a esta Isla - Programa Goodbye Lenin 2021 Gracias por compartir este “cafecito informativo” y te espero temprano para el programa de mañana. Puedes conocer más detalles de estas noticias en el diario https://www.14ymedio.com Enlaces recomendados: - La prensa oficial cubana saca la artillería contra el 15N y Yunior García https://noticuba.tech/cuba/prensa-oficial-Yunior-Garcia-difama_0_3185081465.html - Eurodiputados españoles piden a la UE suspender el acuerdo bilateral con Cuba https://noticuba.tech/internacional/Eurodiputados-UE-suspender-acuerdo-bilateral-Cuba_0_3185081463.html - El 15N "marcharemos cívica y pacíficamente por nuestros derechos" https://noticuba.tech/cuba/organizadores-marcha-civica-15N-responden-Gobierno_0_3184481532.html - El Gobierno engrasa las Brigadas de Respuesta Rápida en los centros estatales https://noticuba.tech/cuba/Gobierno-Brigadas-Respuesta-Rapida-estatales-respuesta-15N-marcha-Cuba_0_3184481533.html - Un nuevo motivo para hacer cola: comprar jabas a 1 peso para venderlas por 4 https://noticuba.tech/cuba/motivo-hacer-cola-comprar-jabas-venderlas-Cuba_0_3184481527.html
Episode Notes:More information about Jill's book, Situated Narratives and Sacred Dance: Performing the Entangled Histories of Cuba and West Africa can be found here: https://www.uaa.alaska.edu/academics/college-of-arts-and-sciences/departments/theatre-and-dance/secrets-under-the-skin/The public ePortfolios of Jill's students which are mentioned during the conversation are listed below:Kavya Bhagawatula - https://alaska.digication.com/kavya-bhagawatula-copy-for-jill-dance-370-f20/home-1/published Abbigale Seitz - https://alaska.digication.com/dnce-370-abbigales-portfolio-copy-for-jill-f20/home-1/published Tess Zernzack Hagensieker - https://alaska.digication.com/tess-dance-repertoire-and-performance-copy-for-jill/home-1/published Panika Teeple - https://alaska.digication.com/panika-teeple-copy-for-jill-of-dance-370/home-1/published Lily Myers - https://alaska.digication.com/lily-myers-dance-research-copy-for-jill-f20/home-1/published Blake Blanning - https://alaska.digication.com/blake-blanning-interdisciplinary-dance-studies-copy-for-jill-dance-370-f20/home-1/published
On Episode 28 of the Sit Down, Jeff and BlackJack delve into the life of Meyer Lansky. Lansky came to America in the early 1910's with the thought of the American dream. He quickly rose alongside lifelong friends becoming integral in the growth of casino gambling ultimately settling in Cuba all to have it end with the rise of Communism. The most influential successful Non Italian organized crime figure ever. A groundbreaking episode! As always thanks for listening and if you enjoy the show, please give us a deserved rating and leave us a comment! Check out the great folks at omertamia.com..... the best in mob clothing. Tees, hats, art etc... go get yours today, use promo code SITDOWN20 for 20 percent off
Not everyone who managed to change the world is famous…it is possible to do something absolutely, monumentally world-shaking and not receive any recognition for it… I'll give you a name: Vasyli Arkipov…it's possible that this guy is the only reason any of us are still alive…seriously… October 27, 1962…it's the height of the Cuban missile crisis…the soviets had nukes in Cuba aimed at the u.s. and more were on the way…John Kennedy responded by setting up a blockade around the island… The USS Randolph was one of the ships in charge of enforcing the blockade…they spotted a Soviet sub that was sent to protect the flotilla of Russian ships approaching the island with more missiles on board…this one particular sub—a Foxtrot class b-59—was armed with nuclear missiles…Arkhipov was the second in command… The Randolph began dropping depth charges in an effort to get the sub to surface…b-59 suffered damage…the crew couldn't breathe…they wanted to fight back…the sub commander tried to raise soviet command for permission to fire—but he couldn't reach them… Because they'd been cruising submerged for days, they hadn't heard anything from Soviet high command…but they had been monitoring American civil broadcasts which offered non-stop coverage of the crisis…and now they were under attack…maybe the war had finally begun…if that was the case, shouldn't they launch their missiles?... Captain Valentín Savitsky was in favour of an attack…so was political officer Ivan Maslennikov…but in order to launch the nukes, Stavisky and Maslennikov also needed agreement from Arkhipov…“what do you say, Vasyli?...do we engage the Americans with our special weapon?”… Vasyli took a breath and replied “nyet…we do not fire…we have no proof that we are at war…what if we're wrong?...if we launch, we risk starting an all-our nuclear war and wipe out all life on the planet”… The commander wasn't happy with that, but rules were rules and he ordered that the crew stand down…no nuke would be fired that day…and when the sub did surface, it was confirmed that hostilities had not broken out…this is why Vasyli Arkipov is widely regarded as the man who single-handedly prevented a global nuclear war on October 27, 1962…yet how many people know his name?... Now let's take a big pivot into music…what kind of unsung heroes might we find there?... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
¿Es realmente positivo el efecto reputacional de los Pandora Papers?... Piñeira, ya respondió por lo que tiene que responder de esos papers pero igual salpica… Llegaron los resultados del mayor estudio de ejercicio hecho hasta ahora y esa contadera de pasos no sirve para… bueno para casi nada… Un fugitivo de alto nivel de Korea del Norte nos echa el cuento… Facismo en Italia, sigue ganando en la urnas aunque se prohíba en las calles… El asunto Taiwan, dónde se decidirá quién lo tiene más grande… El Premio Nobel de Economía es quizás lo más importante en términos de método científico desde que se inventó la hipótesis… Y si le dejamos la censura en la red a un duopolio de tarjetas de crédito… Otra firma diseñadora de videojuegos vuelve a hacer lo mismo con Cuba… La Unión Europea se enfrenta a su mayor reto en mucho tiempo con el tema Polonia… Qué pasó con Pornhub durante el apagón de facebook y whatsapp… Los hombres no son iguales a las mujeres, al parecer son más ineptos y por eso los convertimos en líderes… El enemigo del planeta, el Aguacate… Murió el tipo más peligroso del mundo… Bolsonaro All In en la imbecilidad… Y luego de pedirles perdón por esta retahila de clickbaits les garantizo lágrimas y esperanza en el EXTRA. Eso si no es click bait lágrimas y esperanzas ya vaticinan un final muy…. ESENCIALES https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/09/world/asia/united-states-china-taiwan.html https://www.economist.com/europe/2021/10/10/governments-fall-as-the-eu-battles-corruption COMPLEMENTARIOS https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/08/opinion/pandora-papers-leak.html https://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2021/10/11/chiles-billionaire-president-under-scrutiny-over-pandora-leak https://www.bbc.com/mundo/noticias-58823922 https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-58838834 https://www.politico.eu/article/forza-nuova-italy-coronavirus-vaccination-protest-rome-neo-fascist-groups-italy-ban/ https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/11/business/nobel-economics-prize-david-card-joshua-angrist-guido-imbens.html https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2021/10/10/credit-card-firms-are-becoming-reluctant-regulators-of-the-web https://www.wired.com/story/far-cry-6-cuban-representation/ https://www.genbeta.com/redes-sociales-y-comunidades/whatsapp-se-cae-porno-se-convierte-uno-refugios-internet https://hbr.org/product/why-do-so-many-incompetent-men-become-leaders-and-how-to-fix-it/10215 https://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2021/10/8/colombias-avocado-boom-shows-the-hidden-costs-of-green-gold https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-58857827 https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/10/11/brazil-bolsonaro-says-he-is-bored-with-covid-deaths-questions EXTRA https://www.mensjournal.com/health-fitness/the-blind-man-who-taught-himself-to-see-20120504/
Emilio Alvarez is a long time CFMA member and leader in the construction finance industry. He sat down with us during Hispanic Heritage Month to discuss his career, his family's journey from Cuba to the United States in 1960, and the best advice he's received and what advice his gives to those new to the industry.
Tom O'Keefe is a social impact entrepreneur, and the founder of Stride for Stride, Heart to Cart, and Bostontweet. Stride for Stride is a non-profit running organization that buys race bibs for immigrant, BIPOC, and low-income runners. Their goal is to make races more accessible and more diverse. Tom started Stride for Stride in 2018 after struggling to pay for race bibs and observing that most races lacked diversity - his assumption was that this was due, in part, to the high cost of entry. Since 2018, Stride for Stride has grown to over 60 avid runners from over a dozen countries. They compete in everything from marathons to 5Ks, and even a 50-mile Ultra. All but two of their runners are immigrants representing the following countries; Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Colombia, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Jamaica, Nigeria, and the United States, as well as Puerto Rico. Discussed in this episode: --Boston globe article on Bostontweet --Story of how Tom met his wife --Rosie's Place --Sid Baptista of PIONEERS Run Crew on Social Sport --Black Men Run --Black Girls Run --Latinos Run --Dominican Runners, NYC --Heart to Cart --Impact Video Group --Donate here or text STRIDE to 44321 Quotes: --“Races are the only sport where you're running with the best of the best—the professionals, like Meb and Shalane. There is no other sport where you're competing with them; you can't play football with Tom Brady. The same thing goes for wage inequity. A CEO makes 258 times what the average employee makes, which is awful, but if those two guys run the same race, the employee could beat the CEO. How empowering is that?” --“When you finish a race, you're high-fiving everyone. That's all you care about—that you ran. You're just so happy for yourself and for everyone else. Nothing else matters at that point. You're not thinking about politics or how much money you made…It changed my life, and I think it can change so many others.” Follow Tom: Twitter, Instagram Follow Stride for Stride: Twitter, Instagram Follow Social Sport: Website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Newsletter --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/socialsport/support
The infamous prison camp at the US Navy Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was opened in early 2002 to house alleged terrorists the U.S. apprehended in Afghanistan. The camp became notorious as a symbol of U.S. human rights abuses. President Joe Biden has pledged to finally close it. Will he succeed? Karen Greenberg, Director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law, joins us today to break it all down. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
GET EVERY EPISODE AND BONUS CONTENT AT: www.patreon.com/crackpotpodcast This week the boys discuss the bizarre and mysterious Havana Syndrome. Learn about the medical signs and symptoms and the reasons why it has scientists puzzled. Real or imagined? Targeted or incidental? Tune in this week to find out!
It's time for part 6 of '30 Days of No Time To Die.' Oh my goodness me. It's time to meet the CIA's finest, gun toting beauty, Paloma. In today's episode, Tom & Chris go deep on the action in Cuba.
Joe Biden is now acting more like a Roman emperor with every passing month. He has issued an edict that FBI shall investigate parents who stand up for their children in local school board meetings. Effectively he is criminalizing parents for speaking out against critical race theory which teaches white children they are racist oppressors. And his “tax and spend” liberalism is reminiscent of how Roman emperors used trickery (changing the number of months in a year) to extract excessive taxes from conquered peoples. Savage quotes from a book called “Pax Romana: War, Peace, & Conquest in the Roman World” by Adrian Goldsworthy. The happy and prosperous times in Rome ran from Domitian to Commodus AD96 - AD180. The last “good emperor” was Marcus Aurelius, who ruled with “virtue and wisdom”. Far better than what we are getting from Biden. Goldsworthy also points out, significantly, that the frequent rebellions among those ruled by Rome were always unsuccessful. The second half of the podcast is an archival piece about the left trying to turn the U.S. into another Cuba, more relevant now than ever. Only the survivors of small communist countries fully understand what is coming, and they are protesting! And America's Judeo-Christian tradition is also under siege, another sign of impending communism. Remember the Holocaust did not start with gas chambers, it started with the degradation of certain intelligent and hardworking groups who were demonized, imprisoned and killed. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices