This episode we discuss: (8:05) SWARM review (17:45) Andrew Wiggins (26:00) Jalen Rose x Ja Morant Interview (34:10) Brandon Miller draft stock rising (36:00) Work rivals (43:45) Women binge drinking (50:00) Dancefloors in the club (55:58) De La Soul Gangsta Grillz (57:24) NBA player on college team (1:01:30) Oregon high school inappropriate assignment (1:04:30) Young MA barbershop photo (1:05:53) New age comedians (1:15:00) Good Burger 2 (1:15:50) Larsa Pippen (1:17:15) Waking up and getting on phone (1:21:50) Aaron Rodgers to Jets (1:28:20) New music (1:38:50) Shout outs
"Opportunity dances with those who are already on the dance floor!" ~ H. Jackson Brown
For years, fentanyl has flooded into the American drug market, driving a surge in overdose deaths across the country. Other drugs, like cocaine, are increasingly tainted with the synthetic opioid. We spoke to advocates Theo Krzywicki and Kalie Shorr who say a tiny test strip can help people avoid fentanyl, and WSJ's Julie Wernau explains why fentanyl is showing up everywhere. Further Reading: - Fentanyl Test Strips on the Dance Floor? Partygoers Face New Reality - Three New Yorkers Ordered Cocaine From the Same Delivery Service. All Died From Fentanyl. - The Fentanyl Crisis Further Listening: - Purdue's $4.5 Billion Opioid Settlement Got Thrown Out. Now What? - States Got Hooked on Tobacco Money. Are Opioids Next? - Two Days of Reckoning for Opioid Makers Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
— Nothing real can be threatened. Nothing unreal exists. Herein lies the peace of God. ~~ A Course In Miracles Valeria interviews Carey Hauri — She is the author of “Life Salsa: Life Lessons From the Dance Floor.” As a journalist Carey listened to people's stories and communicated them. As a life coach she supports people to explore and transform their stories. As a professional speaker Carey shares her own stories and the life wisdom she has gained from them. Born in Switzerland, she immigrated with her family to Australia when she was six years old. While she now call Australia home, Carey has also lived in Switzerland, Hungary, South Africa and Spain, visited more than 30 other countries and learned four languages. Consequently, she enjoys being with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. Her life and work experience is rich and varied. In addition to being a coach and speaker, Carey also works part time with a vocational training organization where she has her dream job leading a dream team of highly skilled, passionate and caring Learner Support Services case managers, dedicated to empowering and helping students to complete their vocational training qualification and transition into further study and/or employment. During her professional life she has also enjoyed working in a variety of other roles including office administrator, English teacher, PR/Communications officer, media liaison officer, business mentor, event/training coordinator and vocational trainer. Carey is passionate about sharing her skills, knowledge and experience, and has enjoyed being a guest speaker at a variety of team building days, events and conferences in Australia and overseas. She also has an International Coaching Federation (ICF) Associate Certified Coach. When she is not working, you might find her meditating in the peace of the early morning, enjoying a glass of red wine with a friend, sitting in a favorite cafe absorbed in a book or walking at the beach at sunset. To learn more about Carey Hauri and her work, please visit: careyhauri.com — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
Welcome to the Big Rab Show Podcast. In this our 321st Episode we hang out at the Kids With Cancer event 2023. We have an early sneak peak of the new 2023 Inveraray and District Medley ! Plus performances from Fred Morrison and John McElmurry. Interviews a plenty, even one from the Dance Floor (a first for this show). Don't forget as always you can contact us and share your thoughts and opinions on our email address below… Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Support us www.patreon.com/BigRabShow We have lots of amazing backstage videos, and audio recordings, exclusive interviews, episodes of Big Rab Show Plus! and loads more to share with you on there, so click support and get your hands on all this extra stuff!! We are the show for the piping folk, reflecting everything to do with the bag piping world. Feel free to message us on Facebook and on Twitter and let us know what you would like to hear on the show, as well just to let us know that you're listening. Our live show continues to broadcast live every week on Fuse FM Ballymoney on Tuesday nights 7pm-9pm (uk time) be sure to check it out. Thank you to our very kind sponsors, G1 Reeds. If you would be interested in sponsoring the show, please do get in touch. Or help support us via our Patreon page. www.thebigrabshow.com www.facebook.com/TheBigRabShow www.twitter.com/bigrabshow email@example.com
ERK welcomes singer-songwriter, AVA MAX (50:06), fresh off the release of her newest album DIAMONDS & DANCEFLOORS. They chat about NYFW, Ava's rebellious side, the SWEET BUT PSYCHO scream, working with CIRKUT who produced songs for some of Ava's own pop idols (BRITNEY SPEARS included), and more. To kick us off, ERK and Sean deep dive on ARIANA DEBOSE's BAFTA performance (00:00) and its cultural aftermath: the speed of its virality, the internet's shift in tone, those who ignited it, and those who killed it (for now). You could call it an oral history…but they'll let you decide.Host: Evan Ross KatzCo-host: Sean RossEditor: Sophia AsmuthShow links: Evan Ross Katz on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/evanrosskatz/See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Scrolling through my old hard disk, I came across my forgotten DanceFloor Destroyers which date back to the summer of 2009. I will be posting these series under Season 2. These series will shed a light on the one of the greatest genres of music ever which is house music. Mixcloud page:https://www.mixcloud.com/sammy789012/Instagram:dj_samdTwitter: @fortitudeonline Made with Lovedj SamD
God damnit as if Electro-Punk wasn't bad enough. This week we go through some bullshit called CrunkCore. Think Brokencyde, remember them? Yeah, it's going to be fun. Bobby Booshay from 50 Shades of Booshay joins the show to see if immature dumb lyrics can beat a band of pussholes. Like the biggest pussies we've ever brought to the show. You get to decide between: Blood on the Dance Floor: Unforgiven vs Dot Dot Curve: I'm the Sex Man
Caleb talked about Freddy the asshole, and Digo talked about his dance floor pet peeves.Check out the new album “Uppermost” by Wandres. Listen on SpotifyListen on Apple MusicListen on YouTubeFollow Wandres on TwitterFor more information and contact, visit us at ANTSHUMANSSTARS.COM
6 year old Jax is primarily non-verbal, but he does have one favorite word…which he shouted on one of the rides this weekend! #bhole
Ken Steele's Podcast Worldwide
Get Out On That Dance Floor is a 1980s dance hits music podcast by Ken Steele. This is just a small assortment of the most popular 80s dance music from my days in my late 20s to early 30s. Some of the best years of my life. Fun times for sure. Artist names and song titles are in order of play...YAZOO-SITUATION, GARY NUMAN-CARS, YAZOO-DON'T GO, PET SHOP BOYS-WEST END GIRLS, NEW ORDER-BIZARRE LOVE TRIANGLE, LAID BACK-WHITE HORSE, HALL and OATS-OUT OF TOUCH, DEPECHE MODE-STRANGELOVE and LEAVE IN SILENCE, SIGUE SPUTNICK-LOVE MISSILE, FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD-RELAX, INFORMATION SOCIETY-WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND, DEE LITE-GROOVE IS IN THE HEART, INNER CITY-GOOD LIFE, DAVID BOWIE-LETS DANCE, SHANNON-LET THE MUSIC PLAY, NOW ORDER-TRUE FAITH, End. Thanks for listening from Ken Steele.
VirtualDJ Radio ClubZone - Channel 1 - Recorded Live Sets Podcast
Live Recorded Set from VirtualDJ Radio ClubZone
Love is the Message: Dance, Music and Counterculture
We conclude our mini-series on the Downtown gay scene by taking a visit to three important parties of mid-70s New York: the 10th Floor, the Flamingo and 12 West. Jeremy and Tim explore the different musics, DJ styles and demographics found in each venue, along with the issues of race, exclusivity, consumer culture and sex that to different extents inform them. Naturally, they also contrast all of these spaces to the Loft, from which they are all drawing in one way or another. In addition, Tim and Jeremy discuss the seminal novel of this story, Dancer From the Dance, which documents both the joy and the melancholy of this clubbing culture; introduce us to a variety of 'themed nights'; and close the episode by spending a bit of time on the 'trash aestetics' of filmmaker John Waters. Produced and edited by Matt Huxley. Tune in, Turn on, Get Down! Become a patron by visiting Patreon.com/LoveMessagePod And check out our new website: https://www.loveisthemessagepod.co.uk/ Tracklist: Area Code 615 - Stone Fox Chase The Glass House - I Can't Be You (You Can't Be Me) Zulema - Giving Up The Temptations - Happy People Melba Moore - Standing Right Here Dionne Warwick - Take It From Me The Trashmen - Surfin' Bird Books and Films: Andrew Holleran - Dancer From the Dance Irving Welsh - Trainspotting Leo Bersani - Is The Rectum a Grave? Pink Flamingos
Colombia Calling - The English Voice in Colombia
Welcome to Colombia Calling – I'm Emily Hart and today I'm talking to ZZK, one of the top music labels in the world for latino electronica, digital and experimental cumbia, and rainforest electro. From a Wednesday Night party in Buenos Aires to a global record label, ZZK are now celebrating 15 years working in the business. The now-huge digital cumbia scene was incubated in large part due to ZZK's parties and label, which exploded into a community of artists whose experiments with blending unlikely sounds and styles have continued ever since, bringing cumbia from Colombia, through the barrios of Argentina, through an experimental digital wave – now to a phenomenon which plays worldwide. I've got two of ZZK's co-founders in the studio, as well as the lead of new Colombian signing and Bogotá phenomenon Los Cotopla Boys - We'll be talking parties, rhythms, and the experimental scene in Colombia – as well as reggaeton, K-Pop, and how to survive as an indie record label. At the end of the show, I'll also be giving you guys an exclusive listen to a brand new track by ZZK artist Montoya.
VirtualDJ Radio ClubZone - Channel 1 - Recorded Live Sets Podcast
Live Recorded Set from VirtualDJ Radio ClubZone
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Love is the Message: Dance, Music and Counterculture
Our mini-series on the Downtown gay scene continues in earnest, so grab your towel because we're visiting the iconic Continental Baths. Tim and Jeremy give the history of this seminal space, charting the various forms of bathhouse culture since Antiquity, and exploring the role of promiscuous, anonymous and/or public gay sex through time. They also discuss 'queerness' as a radical act, heternormativity, the decriminalisation of gay sex and the utopian aspirations for radical changes to ways of living that characterised New York in the early 70s. Produced and edited by Matt Huxley. Tune in, Turn on, Get Down! Become a patron at Patreon.com/LoveMessagePod And check out our new website: https://www.loveisthemessagepod.co.uk/ Tracklist: Bette Midler - Do You Want To Dance? Bobby Byrd - Hot Pants (I'm Coming, I'm Coming) The Equals - Black Skinned Blue Eyed Boys The Staple Singers - I'll Take You There Books: Guy Hocquenghem - Homosexual Desire Deleuze and Guattari - Anti-Oedipus
The Classic Music Company presents Business As Usual
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience.Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original concept, I will once again be playing dance music that you may or may not have heard, but this time said music will be readily available, if pointed in the right direction of course. The idea is for you to use me as your selector slash shop assistant in a virtual record store. Not only will I be shouting about both old and new music, but I will also be following it up with a series of compilations to be released on my label, Classic throughout the year. I will be your slightly odd, slightly off-centre, guide. But ultimately and most importantly, your friendly on-line record shop assistant. 1. Inkswel, Colonel Red - Hold On 2 It (Moodymann Remix)2. Jean Grae - Wear That Thing3. Close Counters - COSMIC EVOLUTION -4. Dames Brown - Glory (Kelly G Extended Remix) 16 Bit MASTER5. Toribio - Glory (In The Midst Of Confusion) (Original Mix)6. Freaks - Situations (Justin Harris Re-Do)7. Brandon Markell Holmes & Rogue Vogue – Someone Else (Derrick Carter Dub Mix) - toucan sounds8. Ben Hixon - ND FRESH!!9. Natalie Smash - New Start (Loose Control Band NY Club Mix)10. Sumo Shader - TARTAN004 -11. Wallace - Whirl12. Honey Dijon feat Mike Dunn and Ric Wilson - C's Up (Chicago Mix)13. Floorplan - We Give Thee Honor (Extended Mix)14. Gillepie and Co - Hit the Dancefloor -15. Henderson and Whitfield - Dancing to the Beat
Public Health Review Morning Edition
Julie Wernau, Health and Science Reporter at The Wall Street Journal, has spent the last year reporting on the opioid crisis and offers some advice for public health; Shannon Vance, ASTHO Senior Analyst for Family & Child Health, says the difficulty of finding quality, affordable childcare only increased during the pandemic; and ASTHO's next webinar will help you discover a more equitable approach when working with people living with disabilities. The Wall Street Journal News Article: Fentanyl Test Strips on the Dance Floor? Partygoers Face New Reality ASTHO Blog Article: States Increasing Supports for Early Childhood Programs ASTHO Webpage: Disability Etiquette Competence and Inclusion Training ASTHO Webpage: Be in the Know
Die Themen: Scholz empfängt italienische Regierungschefin Meloni in Berlin; Faeser will nur bei Wahlsieg nach Hessen; Klima-Kleber fliegen statt Prozess in den Bali-Urlaub; Seit einem Jahr ist Merz Parteichef; Männliche Beutelmarder sterben, wenn sie zu viel Sex haben; Neuer SWR-Podcasts „Gegen jede Überzeugung“ mit Nicole Diekmann und Stephan Anpalagan Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/ApokalypseundFilterkaffee
DJ Rhythm Dee's Black Magic Sounds
DJ Rhythm Dee's Old School Jamz Vol. 2Come along and ride on this Fantastic Voyage on my Atomic Dog as we give More Bounce to the Ounce.We will be Funkin' for Jamaica as we groove on the Dance Floor.Do Wah Ditty!PLAYLIST1. Fantastic Voyage/Lakeside2. Atomic Dog/George Clinton3. More Bounce to The Ounce/Zapp4. Dazz/Brick5. Let's Get Crackin'/Crack6. Jamaica Funk/Tom Brown7. Dance Floor/Zapp8. Do Wah Ditty/Zapp f/Roger9. Money(Got to Get My Hands on Some)/Fatback Band10. Ghetto Life/Rick James11. Give It To Me Baby/Rick James12. Dance Wit' Me/Rick James13. Standing On The Top, Part 1/The Temptations f/Rick James14. Forever/Mass Production15. Wide Receiver/Michael Henderson16. You Dropped A Bomb On Me (single version)byThe Gap Band17. Snapshot/Slave18 Old School Mega-Mix/Various
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The east coast of the United States has just seen its tenth whale carcass was up on the shores. You cannot deny the pattern and, likely, a common cause of death. There's been construction off the tri-state coast, but there's denial that has anything to do with it. Any dead whale caused by ocean construction is one whale too many for Grace Curley! She demands answers!
SEASON PREMIERE BABYYYYY!! We're back after our winter hibernation and we are back to our old shit. This week? We're reviewing Ava Max's sophomore album, Diamonds & Dancefloors. Has she improved since her last album? You'll have to tune in to find out. @boporfloppodcast @theehren @therealestsimon
Public Health Review Morning Edition
Julie Wernau, Health and Science Reporter at The Wall Street Journal, says drug use sites face many hurdles even if they have local permission to operate; Dr. Anne Zink, ASTHO President, tells the Associated Press that her members are anxious to understand how the fall spike in respiratory illness will be impacted by plans to end COVID authorities; and public health professionals still dealing with the stress and trauma of the pandemic could find help in a conversation planned on Wednesday, Feb. 22nd. The Wall Street Journal News Article: Fentanyl Test Strips on the Dance Floor? Partygoers Face New Reality Associated Press News Article: How will life change once the COVID-19 emergency ends? ASTHO Webpage: Insight and Inspiration with Dr. Kemia M Sarraf
Public Health Review Morning Edition
Julie Wernau, Health and Science Reporter at The Wall Street Journal, has been reporting on the opioid crisis for more than a year but says it's still a difficult story to write; Andy Baker-White, ASTHO Senior Director of State Health Policy, says ASTHO members are working to prepare for the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency declarations; and sign up for the Public Health Weekly email newsletter. The Wall Street Journal News Article: Fentanyl Test Strips on the Dance Floor? Partygoers Face New Reality ASTHO Webpage: Be in the Know
Anna, Dan, and Evan start by talking about some little things. The Doja Cat outfit, Beyonce's performance, and Anna's recent TV obsession. Then they get to the really important part Ava Max's new album. It is simply a masterpiece that everyone should listen to. Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode! Follow us on social media for the latest updates and additional content. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider writing a review and subscribing. We would greatly appreciate it. Follow Us: Instagram Twitter Website --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Zach Sang: Just The Interviews Podcast
Ava Max came by to break down her new album Diamonds and Dancefloors, The Motto w/ Tiesto, Sweet But Psycho, heartbreak & more All interviews can be heard first on AMP! Live Monday - Friday from 3-6p PT. https://t.co/y3UrDZP3ab - use access code: “BEAUTIFULHUMAN” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
T. Kyle and Bradley discuss Beyoncé's big Dubai performance, Miley Cyrus' big Billboard debut at No. 1 with “Flowers” and Shakira's first Top 10 in ages with her diss track, Taylor Swift's “Lavender Haze” music video with Laith Ashley, Christina Aguilera giving “Burlesque vibes,” Oscar nominations for Lady Gaga and Rihanna, Madonna's biopic officially getting canned (for now), Todrick and the “Real Friends of WeHo” getting panned, “Drag Race” highlights, High Fashion Editorial! featuring Dojo Cat and Kylie Minogue at Paris Fashion Week, Terri Joe for Paper Magazine, TikTok Talk featuring “Good morning, Rita Ora,” a history lesson in Zara Larsson's half-decade stan battle between Harry and Ronnie, Mikaylah's lash-gate and Dramageddon 3.0, new music from Kim Petras, P!nk, Zara Larsson, Rita Ora, Ava Max, Sam Smith, SG Lewis and much more. Wow! You really got me there, Ronnie! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
VirtualDJ Radio ClubZone - Channel 1 - Recorded Live Sets Podcast
Live Recorded Set from VirtualDJ Radio ClubZone
Get ready for some smoking Drum and Bass! This set features 21 non-stop tracks from such amazing artists as The Prodigy, Pendulum, Delta Heavy, S.P.Y, Ron Size, Crissy Criss, and more. It's got some new stuff, some old stuff, and even some mash ups. I hope you enjoy it and mahalo for listening!
Love is the Message: Dance, Music and Counterculture
Tim and Jeremy return from a mini winter break with a second episode looking at the music and politics of the Downtown queer dance floors of the early 70s. They interrogate the position of the Stonewall Riot in the history of queer culture, exploring many of the historiographical problems latent in the received accounts of this period and recontextualising the gay liberation movement of the time within a broader set of radical, anti-imperial demands. Tim and Jeremy also return to one of the most important clubs of the moment - the Sanctuary - and take a trip upstate to Fire Island Pines. Plus, Jem delivers a healthy dose of iconoclasm to a particularly beloved classic. Produced and edited by Matt Huxley. Tune in, Turn on, Get Down! Become a patron for £3pcm by visiting Patreon.com/LoveMessagePod And check out our new website: https://www.loveisthemessagepod.co.uk/ Tracklist: Abaco Dream - Life & Death in G & A Gladys Knight and the Pips - Got Myself a Good Man Marvin Gaye - What's Going On Diana Ross and the Supremes - Ain't No Mountain High Enough
DJ Nomi and DJ Mista Wallizz heat up the dancefloor with their African beats. They're part of the Freak de l'Afrique collective and help popularize African music in Europe - from amapiano to ndombolo and coupé décalé.
Don't let the cold get to you as Disco77 brings the heat on #FinesseFriday to warm up your weekend dancefloors.
This week we bring you the Broadway and Pop music conversation featuring a deep dive into Manhattan Theatre Club's "The Collaboration". New pop albums: Sam Smith's "Gloria" and Ava Max's "Diamonds and Dancefloors" and lastly, the long-anticipated music video for Taylor Swift's "Lavender Haze." Our POP MUSIC DROP playlist has also been updated. Please follow the playlist here. If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review. Share your thoughts with us on this episode below:On Instagram: @halfhourpodcastOn TikTok: @halfhourpodcastOn our website: www.twoworldsentertainmentllc.com
Collins Black started off his music journey in Bedford, Kentucky under his given name Shawn Brandon. He began performing with family at church and around his local community from the age of five and as a soloist at school. Collins taught himself guitar and began writing music at 16 and landed a record deal with Abbey Road Nashville by 19. After he was released in Nashville, he attended Eastern Kentucky University and acquired his Bachelors in Music Industry with a concentration in voice. After college he signed with Wire & Wood entertainment and Wings Model Management. These short-lived endeavors inadvertently gave way to opportunities to appear on Blood on the Dancefloor's album "Evolution" as a writer & feature vocalist. That album charted out at #1 on Billboard's electronic charts & #42 on Billboard's top 200 chart. His track Hollywood Tragedy was the editor's pick by AP magazine, and he went on to write and be a feature vocalist on three more Blood on the Dancefloor's albums appearing alongside artists like Joel Madden of Good Charlotte, Deuce of Hollywood Undead, and Jeffree Star. Collins also toured with the band as a background singer and feature vocalist nationally. After leaving the band he made a pivot and rebranded to his current stage name and finished top 5 on Shine Season 2, America's #1 short form competition singing series online. After a few years of retirement, Collins is back full force. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tophillrecording/support
It's a party on this week's episode of The Bellas Podcast when the three best friends that anyone could have, Artem Chigvinstev, Gleb Savchenko, and Sasha Farber and join Nikki & Brie for an episode that the judges give a perfect score. First, The Bellas Open Up by recapping a Wicked Sister Sunday in New York City, and Brie expresses a lot of gratitude after Bryan was honored by the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona's Courageous Athlete at their Brainiac Bash 2023. Then the boys crash the party! Artem, Gleb, and Sasha have a history that goes well beyond the ballroom. The guys explain how they first met, what they really thought of one another early on, how they've grown professionally and personally over the years, getting by with terrible jobs along the way to chase their dreams, and how they all inspire one another. It's a very revealing episode as well; body counts, bathrooms, lap dances, and bachelor parties are also part of a conversation that's hotter than anything you've ever seen on a dance floor. And if you love what Artem, Gleb, and Sasha bring to The Bellas Podcast, you will certainly want to tune in and see them on "Nikki Bella Says I Do," premiere Thursday, 1/26/23 on E! Nikki & Brie close out the episode with a very touching Inspiration & Affirmation that focuses on supporting the ones you love. Follow Artem on Instagram Follow Gleb on Instagram Follow Sasha on Instagram Support Nikki, Artem & Brie by watching "Nikki Bella Says I Do,' Thursday nights on E!Call The Bellas at 855-3BELLAS and leave a voicemail!Follow Nikki & Brie on Instagram.To watch exclusive videos of this week's episode, follow The Bellas Podcast on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok!
6pm - GUEST: Mike Moran, the first person to give John a job in TV // Fentanyl Test Strips on the Dance Floor? Partygoers Face New Reality // Dog swept away in California floods rescued from storm drain thanks to Apple AirTag See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3pm - Kshama Sawant: Why I'm Not Running Again for City Council // Supreme Court says it cannot determine who leaked draft Dobbs opinion // Alec Baldwin faces involuntary manslaughter charge over fatal "Rust" shooting // Fentanyl Test Strips on the Dance Floor? Partygoers Face New Reality // Dog swept away in California floods rescued from storm drain thanks to Apple AirTagSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode we're switching things up and talking the epic concert run we had to close out 2022. We also deal with the hoard of New Year's resolution warriors crowding up the gym. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fn-nerds/support
Author and journalist Annie Zaleski returns to Pop Pantheon for part three of our Madonna series, covering the period in which Madonna fully solidified her status as one of the most important cultural figures of the modern era. DJ Louie and Annie discuss Madonna's critically-adored, career-reimagining smash Ray of Light (1998), which saw her celebrate the epiphany of motherhood, her return to capital-f "Fun" on 2000's Music, and 2003's stilted American Life. Finally, they tackle her euphoric return to the club and last moment of true pop transcendence, 2005's euphoric Confessions on a Dance Floor. Watch for the capstone on Pop Pantheon's Madonna series – the re-release of one of our very first episodes, with Jezebel's Rich Juzwiak, covering Madonna's most recent work Buy Annie's new book, Lady Gaga: Applause Join Pop Pantheon: All Access, Our New Patreon Channel, for Exclusive Content and More!!Shop Merch in Pop Pantheon's Store!Check out Pop Pantheon's Madonna Essentials Playlist on SpotifyFollow DJ Louie XIV on InstagramFollow DJ Louie XIV on TwitterFollow Pop Pantheon on InstagramFollow Pop Pantheon on TwitterFollow Annie Zaleski on TwitterFollow Annie Zaleski on Instagram
The Terrace Scottish Football Podcast
Craig Fowler, Amy Canavan and Tony Anderson discuss the six matches involving top-flight clubs this past weekend: Why semi-finals are always the best games Kilmarnock's impressive performance Celtic's late penalty escape The comic elements of Borna Barisic Aberdeen getting the right blend in midfield Callum Davidson's baffling use of the midfield Further David Martindale development magic Lee Johnson's "smart" team selection United getting a little too deep late on Motherwell's shambolic defence Booing from the County fans The quality of Barrie McKay St Mirren's (effective) percentage play Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Surprise! 2023 is here and Spinner's Club is (hopefully) back after hiatus caused by Max. For the year's first episode Lizzie and Max brought on a very special guest, Trey, to discuss our 2023 vibes, the horrors of 2022, MTG v Dr. Dre, three high profile court cases, the ongoing Phoebe Bridgers love triangle, and the hot topic of nepotism babies.For the main event, Lizzie, Max, and Trey discuss what brought them together, 2012 tumblr and Madonna, specifically, her critically acclaimed tenth studio album, Confessions on a Dance Floor.
For part two of our Madonna series, Clive Davis Institute chair Jason King returns to Pop Pantheon to discuss the imperial period of the Queen of Pop's career with DJ Louie. They discuss the capstone on Madonna's decade-defining run of records in the 1980s, 1989's Like a Prayer, her explosion into the 1990s with “Vogue,” 1992's lightning rod Erotica and a singular record in Madonna's discography, 1994's Bedtime Stories. Plus highlights from her cultural peak, like the genre-creating tour documentary Truth or Dare (1991), 1992's boundary-pushing coffee table book SEX and a complicated discussion about Madonna borrowing from other cultures. Join us next week for Part 3 which will cover Ray of Light, Music, American Life and Confessions on a Dance Floor.Listen to Jason King's podcast Sound Barrier: Sylvester on SpotifyJoin Pop Pantheon: All Access, Our New Patreon Channel, for Exclusive Content and More!!Come See Louie DJ at Gorgeous Gorgeous, 1/13 at Resident in DTLAShop Merch in Pop Pantheon's Store!Check out Pop Pantheon's Madonna Essentials Playlist on SpotifyFollow DJ Louie XIV on InstagramFollow DJ Louie XIV on TwitterFollow Pop Pantheon on InstagramFollow Pop Pantheon on TwitterFollow Jason King on TwitterFollow Jason King on Instagram
Get Ready for one of our biggest mixtapes ever! We've got nearly 4 hours of VGM tunes from 26 awesome games, compiled by us, for you! Think you can handle this mix solo? Best of luck, tarnished! 0:00:00 Intro (Kirby and the Forgotten Land) 0:03:10 Sonic Frontiers - Undefeatable (feat. Kellin Quinn) 0:07:27 Live A Live - Megalomania 0:09:49 Splatoon 3 - Anarchy Rainbow 0:13:01 Cult of the Lamb - Sacrifice 0:17:03 Sifu - Crash the Dancefloor 0:22:03 Stray - Slums 0:29:16 Tunic - To Far Shores 0:32:16 God of War: Ragnarök - Ragnarök 0:37:24 Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope - Rulers of Darkmess 0:41:16 Elden Ring - Malenia, Blade of Miquella 0:43:03 Metal: Hellsinger - No Tomorrow (feat. Serj Tankian) 0:49:58 Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes - Tempest of Seasons [Inferno] 0:52:37 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge - Panic in the Sky! 0:54:42 Windjammers 2 - Court Arena 0:56:18 Mario Strikers: Battle League - Mushroom Hill 1 0:59:22 Pokémon Legends: Arceus - Battle! (Pokémon Wielder) 1:01:32 Vampire Survivors - Red and Blue 1:03:17 Bayonetta 3 - Let's Dance Boys! (3rd Climax Mix) 1:06:49 Cult of the Lamb - Shamura 1:09:20 Tunic - Ancient Futures 1:12:01 Triangle Strategy - The Diary of Orlaea 1:14:00 Xenoblade Chronicles 3 - The Weight of Life 1:18:23 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge - We Ain't Came to Lose 1:20:45 Windjammers 2 - Court Ring 1:22:28 Metal: Hellsinger - Silent No More (feat. Dennis Lyxzén) 1:29:00 Neon White - Virtual Paradise 1:34:03 Pokémon Scarlet & Pokémon Violet - South Province (Riding) 1:36:59 Kirby and the Forgotten Land - Through the Tunnel 1:38:58 Sifu - Martial Mastery 1:41:43 Tunic - Ruin Seeker 1:44:58 Stray - Daybreak 1:51:57 Horizon Forbidden West - The Trail We Leave Behind 1:55:32 Bayonetta 3 - Fertile Rondo 1:59:06 Pokémon Scarlet & Pokémon Violet - Battle! (Cassiopeia) 2:02:00 Sonic Frontiers - Cyber Space 2-6: Transparent Highway 2:05:13 Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes - Holy Ground [Inferno] 2:07:02 Xenoblade Chronicles 3 - Chain Attack! 2:10:05 Triangle Strategy - Combat -Decisive Battle- 2:13:30 Elden Ring - The Final Battle 2:18:23 Cult of the Lamb - Leshy 2:20:14 Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion - CRISIS CORE Theme - Under the Apple Tree (REUNION Ver.) 2:22:19 Neon White - Light in the Fog (Red's Theme) 2:24:06 Live A Live - Kiss of Jealousy 2:25:43 Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin - Black Knight 2:30:20 Elden Ring - Godrick the Grafted 2:35:05 Vampire Survivors - Copper Green Intent 2:36:43 Pokémon Legends: Arceus - Battle! (Alpha Pokémon) 2:39:25 Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin - Battle 2:41:47 Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion - The Planet Has Become My Guardian (REUNION Ver.) 2:43:49 Mario Strikers: Battle League - Royal Castle 1 2:47:50 Sifu - Blood is on Fire 2:52:30 Vampire Survivors - Song of Mana 2:53:58 Sonic Frontiers - Cyber Space 1-5: Dropaholic 2:56:47 Splatoon 3 - Tentacle to The Metal 2:59:32 Neon White - Angel's Peak 3:03:44 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge - A Few Screws Loose 3:05:55 God of War: Ragnarök - A Son's Path 3:09:17 Kirby and the Forgotten Land - From Those Who Departed for Space 3:11:41 God of War: Ragnarök - Blood Upon the Snow 3:16:09 Horizon Forbidden West - In the Flood - feat. Ariana Gillis 3:19:16 Bayonetta 3 - Moonlight Serenade (Eternal Climax Mix) 3:23:03 Triangle Strategy - Song of TRIANGLE STRATEGY 3:28:46 Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope - Spout Forth 3:31:18 Pokémon Legends: Arceus - Battle! (Legendary Pokémon) 3:33:08 Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes - Fódlan Winds [Inferno] 3:35:49 Splatoon 3 - Till Depth Do Us Part 3:38:42 Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope - Hitting Bedrock 3:41:38 Kirby and the Forgotten Land - Roar of Dedede 3:43:45 Xenoblade Chronicles 3 - You Will Know Our Names ~ Finale –
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How do you find the confidence to get on your metaphoric stage? Dancing with the Stars' Cheryl Burke shares how she finds her confidence and courage and why putting herself in service of others has brought her so much success in her career. Cheryl shares about possibly hanging up her dance shoes and donning a CEO hat in her developing mental health and movement app. With over twenty-five years of dancing experience and several championship titles under her belt, twice Emmy-nominated professional dancer Cheryl Burke first discovered her love of dance at the age of 4, taking ballet lessons and performing throughout the San Francisco Bay area of California. At eleven, she discovered what would be her winning talent, ballroom dancing, and decided to hang up her ballet shoes to begin training competitively all over the world in both Ballroom International Standard and Latin styles. At age 20, Cheryl rocketed to stardom as the star of ABC's surprise hit television show, Dancing with the Stars, becoming champion twice with NFL superstar Emmitt Smith and 98 Degrees singer Drew Lachey. In 2015, Cheryl starred alongside Joe Jonas, Ciara, Nicole Scherzinger, and Marlon Wayans in NBC's I Can Do That, a variety show that challenged celebrities to live outside their comfort zones. 2016 marked Burke's return to Dancing with the Stars. Since then, she's danced alongside infamous Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, NFL Hall of Famers Terrell Owens and Ray Lewis, Telenovela actor William Levy, reality stars Rob Kardashian and Jack Osbourne, and Backstreet Boy, AJ McLean. Most recently, for her twenty-fifth appearance on the long-running program, she partnered with Peloton instructor Cody Rigsby to a third-place finish on Season 30, marking Cheryl's eighth appearance in the Finals. In 2016, Cheryl created, produced, and starred in Love on the Floor, a live stage show featuring professional dancers and Olympic and World Champion ice skaters coming together to tell a story of love and its many stages. The evocative stage show includes many forms of dance choreographed by Emmy Award-winning choreographers. Cheryl, who created and served as the show's producer alongside live event giant IMG, was joined on stage by Kristi Yamaguchi, Meryl Davis, Charlie White, and Daisuke Takahashi when the show made its worldwide premiere in June of 2016 in Tokyo, Japan where it grossed over two million dollars in ticket sales in ten sold out shows. In 2017, Cheryl took Love on the Floor back to Japan for the second time, where it again played to sold-out audiences. Cheryl made headlines in 2016 when she was cast as the replacement coach on Lifetime's long-running reality series Dance Moms. Hired to replace the legal battle embroiled and controversial Abby Lee Miller, Cheryl went toe to toe with difficult dance moms in season seven. She strived to coach the girls toward success by embracing their unique differences to become the best possible dancers that they could be. In 2020, Cheryl teamed with Backstreet Boys superstar and former DWTS partner AJ McLean to host the iHeart Radio-produced podcast Pretty Messed Up. The duo and their 3rd host Rene Elizondo, created a podcast that touched on topics ranging from reality tv to sobriety and mental health. Cheryl currently has her own podcast, Burke in the Game, with the streaming giant and top podcast-producing company, iHeartRadio. In the spring of 2008, Cheryl opened her first of several dance studios, the highly successful Cheryl Burke Dance. In early 2011 Cheryl's biography Dancing Lessons: How I Found Passion and Potential on the Dance Floor and in Life was released. The book addresses topics that shaped Cheryl throughout her life, from the childhood abuse and abusive relationships she lived through to harsh criticisms of her weight and body in her early twenties. Not limiting herself to the dance studio, in 2015, Cheryl launched her own clothing line CeeBee, a collection of activewear and workout attire featuring items that are designed to fit the active lifestyle of the average woman. In 2020, Cheryl partnered with Bailey Blue for a line of fashion face masks. The first collection included six fashionable and functional face masks inspired by the ballroom dances for which Cheryl is best known. With the success of the initial launch, the partnership expanded with Cheryl Burke Loungewear, a line of comfy, cozy, and chic pieces for the everyday woman who is always on the go. In 2008, Burke was awarded an Asian Excellence Award, and in 2010, she made a much-talked-about appearance in the music video for Ne-Yo's Camera Phone. In addition to her onscreen roles, Burke is a noted motivational speaker. Having been publicly attacked about her weight and having battled body dysmorphia her entire life, Burke often speaks at medical conferences, women's conventions, and to school-age children about self-esteem and having a healthy body image. She also speaks about being a survivor of domestic and sexual abuse. Her accomplishments in entertainment were celebrated in 2020 with an induction into the Robert Chinn Foundation's Asian Hall of Fame. Currently, in development on several unscripted television show concepts that she will also produce, Burke has turned an initial reluctance to leave the world of competitive dance to appear on television into a growing empire, which includes plans to launch Body Language - a program that will focus on the therapeutic benefits of movement, which Burke has experienced first-hand. As an avid mental health advocate, her passion is to continue sharing her story in hopes of helping others know that they are not alone. Connect with Cheryl: Website: https://www.cheryl-burke.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cherylburke/?hl=en TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@cherylburkeofficial Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CherylBurke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialCherylBurke The CEO School Program ➡️ a 12-week intensive program to support female founders on their journey to 7 figures and beyond. Learn more: https://join.theceoschool.co/
This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Academy Award winning screenwriter and acclaimed horror auteur Jordan Peele, who's here to discuss his latest genre-bending film “Nope.” Then we revisit our recent conversation with actress Chloë Sevigny about her take on “quiet acting.” And for The Treat, we listen back to Danyel Smith's take on the ‘80s R&B hit “No Parking on the Dance Floor.”