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Aline Smithson is a visual artist, editor, and educator based in Los Angeles. She is also the Founder and Editor- in-Chief of Lenscratch, a daily journal on photography. In this conversation, Aline talks about her trajectory to fine art photography: from painter, to fashion editor to photographer. We discuss roadblocks and fear, long-term projects, the nuances of rejection, building community in the art world, and much more! If you are feeling a little stuck creatively then this is the episode for you. Get ready to be inspired!This episode was audio produced by Aaron Moring. Music is by Madisen Ward.
In late September of 2019, Congressman Adam Schiff, the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, gathered with his staff to read a remarkable document just released by the Trump Whitehouse. It was the transcript to the phone call Trump had that July with Ukrainian President Zelensky stating, "I'd like you to do us a favor though..." then pressing Zelensky to launch an investigation of Joe Biden and his son Hunter. At this point, Schiff had muttered to himself, "Holy Shit." He thought in that moment that he had acquired the ultimate smoking gun. He then lead the charge in Trump's first impeachment. This is a scene he recounts in his brand new book, Midnight in Washington: How We Almost Lost Our Democracy and Still Could. Flash forward to today. How have the effort of Schiff and others been trying to purge Trump from politics? And what lessons has he learned to help guide members of his fellow January 6th committee as they seek to get to the bottom of Trump's role in one the darkest days in American Democracy? Congressman Schiff joins to breakdown his book and weigh in on where we are and could be headed.GUEST:Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff), Rep. from CA's 28th Congressional District, Chairman of the House Intel Committee @HouseIntelHOSTS:Michael Isikoff (@Isikoff), Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo NewsDaniel Klaidman (@dklaidman), Editor in Chief, Yahoo NewsVictoria Bassetti (@VBass), fellow, Brennan Center for Justice (contributing co-host) RESOURCES:Congressman Adam Schiff's new book - Here.Yahoo News' latest story on Schiff - Here.Follow us on Twitter: @SkullduggeryPodListen and subscribe to "Skullduggery" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.Email us with feedback, questions or tips: SkullduggeryPod@yahoo.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Few things are as essential to the global barista community as Barista Magazine. For 16 years they have been "Serving people Serving Coffee" and advancing the knowledge, craft, and profession of the barista with every issue. Barista Magazine gives a platform and voice to the vibrant and amazing people who make amazing coffee and today we get to talk with the founders, Sarah Allen and Kenneth Olsen, All about how it started, grew, and their perspectives on the growth of the industry they have been faithfully reflecting all these years. Sarah Allen, the editor-in-chief and co-founder of Barista Magazine, has been a driving force in the international barista movement from its outset, writing thoughtfully and compellingly about the barista craft, as well as contributing numerous stories on the subculture of baristas to multiple magazines and newspapers. Sarah has worked in a variety of editorial positions in her 20 years of professional publishing experience, as a staff writer for The Oakland Tribune in the San Francisco Bay Area; as a staff writer for The Oregonian newspaper in Portland, Ore.; as a freelance writer for such publications as WebMD, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, and The Hollywood Reporter; and as the Editor of Fresh Cup Magazine. She holds a Master's degree in Journalism from the University of Oregon in Eugene, Ore., and a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of California in Davis, California. Publisher Kenneth R. Olson has more than two decades of experience working as a writer and editor for both mainstream and specialty coffee publications. Kenneth's work has appeared in a number of publications, including academic journals, Oregon Humanities, and The New York Times. Kenneth holds a Master's degree in Communications from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, and a Bachelor's degree in History and Communications from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. I am old enough to remember when Barista magazine first came out only 6 years into my own career in coffee and what an impact it made. I have known Sarah and Ken for a good portion of that time and so getting to interview them here on this show feels truly magical. I hope you enjoy this conversation! We cover: Beginning at the perfect time Creating and curating the first issue Highlighting baristas and connecting the community Listening as essential to serving well Providing tools, education and lifting up the barista Accessibility of information Global spread of barista culture Rise of barista in producing countries Providing clear learning pathways Why there is no “right” answer How owners can meet barista's needs right now Links: www.baristamagazine.com Instagram @baristamagazine Related Episodes: 306 : A Conversation w/ 2004 U.S. Barista Champion, Bronwen Serna! 305 : Founder Friday! w/ Andrew Sinclair of MadLab Coffee, Los Angeles, CA 294 : At Origin Roasting Revolution w/ Luis Fernando, founder of Amor Perfecto! 252 : Founder Friday w/ Klaus Thompson of the Coffee Collective, Denmark Visit our amazing Sponsors! www.prima-coffee.com/keys www.pacficfoodservice.com www.coffeefest.com
In this week's episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to Alabama native and Grammy-nominated soul vocalist Anderson East about his job as a teenager slinging barbeque, his mother's church piano which he now uses in his own studio, and how the title track from his latest album Maybe We Never Die was influenced by his grandmother's battle with Alzheimer's. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As CEO of Alphabet, Google's parent company, Sundar Pichai is responsible for a massive, 144,000-person workforce. Right now, he's grappling with big issues, like how tech should be regulated, how to rein in cybercrime and how (or whether) workers return to the office. WSJ's Editor in Chief, Matt Murray, asks him about these issues and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Editor in Chief at The Falcoholic - Dave Choate - joins David Walker to talk about expectations for Matt Ryan over the next few years and whether that will be with the Falcons or not. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Happy Monday from Bernie & Sid in the Morning! The guys kick off your week with all of the news that you missed over the weekend. The air was noticeably crisper this morning as it finally seems like mother nature is beginning to act appropriately for the middle of October. Sid points out that there are still a few abnormally warm days coming up in the forecast, but that within the next couple of weeks we should be seeing temperature highs in the 50's on a much more regular basis. With the colder weather comes more of the same from the woke left and their Trojan Horse that is President Joe Biden. As the holiday season inches closer and closer, the massive supply chain shortage we're currently experiencing shows no signs of rebounding any time soon, and Transportation Secretary "Sneaky Pete" Buttigieg has finally returned from conveniently timed maternity leave hiatus to tell us that this shortage could last upwards of a year. The very fabric that America's values were built upon is under constant attack from the left, and now even Superman has fallen victim to their radical agenda as the classic DC comics superhero has evolved into a bisexual who is vying for a "Better Tomorrow." Editor-in-chief of National Review Rich Lowry joins Bernie & Sid for his weekly Monday morning segment, along with the New York Post's Paul Schwartz who hops on the program to talk Giants football. As is the case every day, make sure you don't miss Lidia Reports and The Peerless Boilers Beat Bernie Contest.
Max Wilbert is a writer, organizer, and wilderness guide. A third-generation dissident, he came of age in a family of anti-war and undoing racism activists in post-WTO Seattle. He is the editor-in-chief of the Deep Green Resistance News Service. His latest book is the Bright Green Lies. His first book, an essay collection called We Choose to Speak, was released in 2018. He lives in Oregon. Today we talk about actions against a proposed lithium mine in Nevada.
Meaghan B Murphy is the author of Your Fully Charged Life: A Radically Simple Approach to Having Endless Energy and Filling Every Day with YAY, Editor-in-Chief of Woman's Day (the #1 selling magazine on newsstands), on-air personality and regular guest expert on Live with Kelly & Ryan and Today, lifestyle and health expert, a home-hack master and certified trainer. I was very intrigued to learn how this all came to be and I think you, like I was, will be surprised on what started off her journey as a magazine editor, and what inspired her to focus on filling her days with YAY. Find full show notes at https://yourjoyologist.com/podcast-meaghan-b-murphy/ Find Meaghan at https://meaghanbmurphy.com and @meaghanbmurphy For all things me go to https://yourjoyologist.com and @_triciahuffman and @claimitpodcast on social media Go get + gift my daily inspiration app OWN YOUR AWESOME and check out my product line here! Interested in working with me? Go here https://yourjoyologist.com/coaching/ Please subscribe and live a review! Screenshot it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you a gift from my shop.yourjoyologist.com
Bink's reaction to the Chiefs 31-13 victory over the Football Team, we heard from you, Chiefs Sideline Reporter Josh Klingler, Editor in Chief of Arrowhead Pride Pete Sweeney stopped by, Touchdown Kansas City, and we went inside the locker room. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst, Host of The Brief, his new podcast and author of two bestsellers, Witch Hunt and the Russia Hoax, and John Solomon, Editor in Chief of Just the News, join to discuss Biden's new laws on vaccine requirements for legal entry, but not illegal, the contempt of Congress of Bannon (even though the same was not upheld for Holder) and Biden's latest blunder on the Supreme Court. Plus, John Moody stops by to discuss his new book, "Of Course They Knew, Of Course They..." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Kevin Bradshaw, Vice President of Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM) Local 252G in Memphis, Tennessee to discuss the Kellogg's strike and the corporate greed that sparked the strike, the conditions that Kellogg's workers faced as the company has raked in record profits during the pandemic, and the heightened importance of union membership amid the resurgence of workers struggles in different industries and places.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Rania Khalek, journalist with Breakthrough News and co-host of the Unauthorized Disclosure podcast to discuss the recent violence in Beirut sparked by US-supported and Saudi-funded right-wing Lebanese Forces who opened fire on an unarmed Hezbollah protest, the whitewashing of the conflict and the Lebanese Forces in the corporate media, the ever-present threat of sectarian violence built into the Lebanese political system, and the imperialist efforts to keep the Middle East weak.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Justin Williams, co-host of Red Spin Sports to discuss the resignation of Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden and the fallout of the investigation into the Washington Football Team, what remains to be revealed in the thousands of emails that have not been released, the vindication of Colin Kaepernick's criticism of the NFL's culture around race, the over-the-top jingoism and support for imperialism in sports, and Major League Baseball's insistence on spotlighting white players over players of color.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Maximillian Alvarez, Editor in Chief of the Real News Network and and host of the podcast “Working People" to discuss the great resignation and the conditions exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic that have contributed to mass resignations and labor demonstrations, the baseless claims that the capitalist class has deployed in an effort to misdirect the blame for labor shortages, the record profits that companies are earning while trying to squeeze more production out of workers for little pay and benefits and raising prices on consumers, and how an organized working class movement can channel the energy of this moment.
During the pandemic, standardized tests were suspended in an entire range of educational institutions. Will these changes be temporary or permanent? More than 600 of these institutions switched from a mandatory to optional test for the 2020-21 application season, and many just flat out refused to accept a test at all in their application process. According to the editor in chief of the Princeton Review, “That is a tectonic change for many schools.” According to Smithsonian Magazine, “The pandemic sped up changes that were already afoot; even before Covid, more than 1,000 colleges had made the tests optional. Many had been turned off by the way the tests perpetuated socioeconomic disparities, limiting their ability to recruit a diverse freshman class.” Concerns about disparities in outcomes, at the core of this massive shift, have been behind Mayor Bill DeBlasio's agenda in New York City, including his past efforts to eliminate the entrance exam for the City's seven specialized high schools. While that effort has experienced a setback in the State Legislature, the fight will likely carry on by other political leaders. And more recently, the Mayor announced a plan to make sweeping changes to the gifted program in the City's elementary schools. There are similar efforts in other cities across the country. Joining today's conversation is Adrian Wooldridge, a longtime journalist at The Economist, where he is political editor and writes a column on British life and politics, and before that he penned the Schumpeter column on business, finance and management. He was previously the Washington bureau chief for The Economist, where he also wrote the Lexington column. Prior to his role in Washington, he was The Economist‘s West Coast correspondent, management correspondent and Britain correspondent. Adrian has written a number of books. His most recent books include “Capitalism in America: A History”, which he co-authored with Alan Greenspan, “The Wake-Up Call: Why the Pandemic Has Exposed the Weakness of the West, and How to Fix It”, which he co-wrote with John Micklethwait of Bloomberg News, and just out this year: “The Aristocracy of Talent: How Meritocracy Made the Modern World”. Adrian's most recent book has been shortlisted for The Financial Times and McKinsey Book of the Year Award. Feel free to drop us a line with questions, feedback and ideas for the new podcast at Dan@unlocked.fm
John Solomon is an award-winning investigative journalist, author and digital media entrepreneur who serves as Chief Executive Officer and Editor in Chief of Just the News. Wisconsin's election probe zeroes in on Democrat machine tactics, rule changes
Councilman Joe Borelli, Minority Whip of the New York City Council & the author of "Revolutionary Staten Island Dr. Marty Makary, Johns Hopkins physician and public health researcher, Editor-in-Chief of Medpage Today, and New York Times bestselling author of “The Price We Pay” Mike Gallagher, radio talk show host, heard every morning at 10 on AM 970 The Answer See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Bryna is joined by friend of the pod and Editor-In-Chief of Tell Tale TV, Ashley Bissette Sumerel! They discuss Dylan and Dr. Charles' moving case, Brett's paramedicine program getting green-lit, Casey's visit with Ben and Griffin, the punch heard around the world and SO MUCH more! News — 1:51 Med 7x04 — 11:03 Fire 10x04 — 1:07:55 PD 9x04 — 2:07:58 As always, we want to hear what you think; make sure you are following us on Twitter (@meetusatmollys), or email us at email@example.com to continue the discussion. Our inbox is always open and a safe space for you all to share your thoughts and feelings.
Mark interviews Patricio X. Maya, who writes in both English and Spanish. They talk about his writing, his essays, his first novel, Reggaetón Cruise, which has been called "a techno-beat The Great Gatsby" about cultural exile, multiculturalism, and so much more. Prior to the main content, Mark shares a personal update, thanks Patreon supporters and shares a word from this episode's sponsor. You can learn more about how you can get your work distributed to retailers and library systems around the world at starkreflections.ca/Findaway. - What drew Patricia to writing in the first place, and those early teenage poems written in Spanish Being inspired by Columbian writer Gabriel García Márquez Patricio's move to the United States when he was 13 and his introduction to the English world Writing prose in English and poetry in Spanish Patricios's first book, a collection of essays and philosophies The theme of cultural exile in Patricio's second book Cherished early memories and defining half of his life from the age of 13 The origin of the poem "80 Miles Per Hour" The stylized American circus that's a part of Patricio's novel The Reggaetón Cruise and how it explores the contemporary moment of American culture where horror and entertainment marry and fuse Patricio's publishing partnership with Grady Miller Books that allows mutual growth together The media manager that Patricio works with for promotional appearances Thoughts about multiculturalism and super-multiculturalism in the US, Canada, the UK and other places What is the cost of becoming cosmopolitan? And more... After the interview Mark reflects on a few things the conversation made him think about. Links of Interest: The Reggaetón Cruise Findaway Voices Announcing Marketplace Self-Publishing Insiders Chat with Will Dages (YouTube) The 2nd Annual Online Sci-Fi & Fantasy Writers Conference (Oct 16, 2021) Business Bootcamp for Authors - Paths to Publication: Alternatives to Traditional Publishing (Panel) - (Oct 19, 2021) SelfPubCon: The Writing Craft Conference (ALLI) - The Craft of Writing Short Books The 2021 NaNoWriMo Writing Tools Storybundle Patreon for Stark Reflections The Relaxed Author Buy eBook Direct Buy Audiobook Direct Publishing Pitfalls for Authors An Author's Guide to Working with Libraries & Bookstores Wide for the Win Mark's Canadian Werewolf Books This Time Around (Short Story) A Canadian Werewolf in New York Stowe Away (Novella) Fear and Longing in Los Angeles Fright Nights, Big City Patricio X. Maya was born in Quito, Ecuador, and moved to California at age 12. He writes in English and Spanish. His first book, Walking Around with Fante and Bukowski, is made up of 21 essays grouped into sections about art, politics, and autobiography. His second book, 80 MPH, is a collection of eighty powerful poems written in Spanish. His first novel, Reggaetón Cruise, has been called "a techno-beat The Great Gatsby." Some of the novel's themes are globalization, viral fame, and hyper-reality. The narrative plot is complex and the characters from all over the world. Though the novel touches upon immigration, terrorism, exile, and murder, parts of it are humorous, while others have been called thought-provoking, and even unnerving. Too Much Sweetie, his second novel, is about René, a young Ecuadoran artist trapped between a moneyed upbringing and his current down-and-out North American reality. René's tense world view collapses when he falls for Meaw-Meaw, an ambitious Thai masseuse who loves him for all that he wants to leave behind. Too Much Sweetie, that strangest of things -a sensual novel of ideas- is set to be published later this year under the Hollywood publisher Grady Miller Books, which has also published the writer's previous books. Along Miller, Maya has gathered the collected poems of Aldo Tambellini for publication. He has also acted as editor-in-chief of 80 MPH Anthology, which showcases the work of various Hispanic and American writers. Maya holds an M.A. in Arts Journalism from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and a B.A. in English from CSULA. He has been a Visiting Scholar at the CalArts' Aesthetics and Politics program and a poetry lecturer at the Los Angeles Public Library Summer Lecture Series. The introductory, end, and bumper music for this podcast (“Laser Groove”) was composed and produced by Kevin MacLeod of www.incompetech.com and is Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Researchers looked at the average weight gain of those in and out of marriage and found marital bliss includes a few extra pounds. Dr. Karen Sherman explains the findings.
First Draft Episode #327: Benjamin Dreyer Benjamin Dreyer, vice president, executive managing editor and copy chief of Random House, and New York Times bestselling author of Dreyer's English: An Utterly Correct Guide to Clarity and Style and Dreyer's English (Adapted for Young Readers): Good Advice for Good Writing. Links to Topics Mentioned In This Episode: “Meet the Guardian of Grammar Who Wants to Help You Be a Better Writer,” by Sarah Lyall in The New York Times Before and After the Book Deal: A Writer's Guide to Finishing, Publishing, Promoting and Surviving Your First Book by Courtney Maum (hear Courtney weigh in on the traditional publishing process in Track Changes: Publishing 101) #1 New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout, author of Olive Kitteridge, Olive Again, and the recent release Oh William! Shirley Jackson, author of The Haunting of Hill House, The Lottery, and more
Welcome to today's wonderful episode with Doni Aldeen, Editor in Chief of CULTURS Magazine! We have a really awesome conversation about culture and how for Doni, growing up as a Third Culture Kid (TCK) in 5 continents and 7 cultures has influenced her career, her approach to new life circumstances and overall ability to relate to others. We chat about the importance of staying very open to others perspectives while maintaining a strong sense of your own identity. She also shares how she ended up moving to Colombia during the pandemic and the awesome benefits that have come from recognizing how to feed her soul. Get a FREE digital or paper copy of CULTURS magazine today! By checking out CULTURS website and scrolling down for the pop up. https://www.cultursmag.com/ Follow CULTURS Mag on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/cultursmag/?hl=en --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-reset-podcast/support
The satire site The Babylon Bee, a conservative Christian answer to The Onion, stirred controversy when some readers mistook its headlines for misinformation. In this episode, The Atlantic's religion reporter Emma Green sits down with the editor in chief, Kyle Mann, to talk about where he draws the line between making a joke and doing harm, and to understand what humor can reveal about American politics. Further reading: “Who Would Jesus Mock?” A transcript of this episode will soon be made available. Please check back. Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This episode was produced by Gabrielle Berbey and Julia Longoria, with editing by Emily Botein and Katherine Wells. Fact-check by Michelle Ciarrocca. Sound design by David Herman, with additional engineering by Joe Plourde. Transcription by Caleb Codding.
Noah Shachtman is editor-in-chief of Rolling Stone. Previously executive editor at The Daily Beast, and before that a national security reporter based in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait, he also worked on Bill Clinton's 1992 election campaign. In this in-depth interview, Noah talks about taking the reins of the iconic publication - and how the music, politics and culture title will become “faster, louder, harder” as he seeks to grow its impact; shares how he turned The Daily Beast into a “scoop factory,” breaking some of the biggest stories of recent times including Jeffrey Epstein's arrest and Donald Trump's impeachment; and drawing on his years of experience in the Middle East, reflects on President Biden's withdrawal from Afghanistan - and the likely consequences.
Cancel culture is endemic on college campuses. Every day come stories of professors, speakers, and students who run afoul of the radical left and suffer the consequences. With the frequency of these incidents, it can be difficult to keep track.The College Fix, the news site dedicated to providing a conservative perspective on news from campuses across the nation, now offers what it calls the Campus Cancel Culture Database to document many examples."If you want to know the truth, if you want to know how America really used to be ... come to the database and we'll list everything that used to be there," says Jennifer Kabbany, editor-in-chief of The College Fix.Kabbany joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to talk about the database as well as offer solutions for those getting canceled at their universities. We also cover these stories:The number of Americans quitting their jobs has reached record levels, the Labor Department says.To address bottlenecks in the global supply chain, the Biden administration announces that Walmart, FedEx, and UPS will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.The drugstore chain Walgreens announces the closing of five more stores in San Francisco because of organized shoplifting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jeffrey Bilbro is an Associate Professor of English at Grove City College, editor-in-chief at the Front Porch Republic, and the author of Reading the Times: A Literary and Theological Inquiry Into the News. On this episode of Leading Forward, he joined Matthew Hall and Ben Dockery for a conversation about how the news is shaping us and how leaders can more intentionally build media disciplines that will prove healthy and sustainable for their organizations. Links from this episode:JeffBilbro.com@jeff_bilbroGrove City CollegeFront Porch RepublicReading the Times: A Literary and Theological Inquiry Into the NewsReview Leading Forward in Apple Podcasts and let us know what you think of the show.Keep up with the show on social media: Twitter // Facebook // Instagram
Launching a magazine is not for the faint of heart. Sure, content is crucial for most businesses right now (especially those in the sustainable fashion arena). But consistently creating high-quality, thought-provoking, change-making content? It's a hugely intensive endeavor, one that this week's guest on the Spirit of 608 podcast knows well. During our conversation, ESJ magazine (a.k.a. Ethical Style Journal) founder Katie talks frankly about the complexities of building a media business in the sustainable and ethical fashion arena and how her approach has changed — and is poised to change again soon — and why. We talked about the media, the need for creatives to make money and questions that come up in sustainable fashion marketing and messaging today amid a backdrop of brands, influencers, thought leaders and activists who are all part of an increasingly important, but noisy landscape. But most of all, listen in for her story and advice for creating sustainable fashion conversations that matter while also building a brand that stays firmly rooted in authenticity and longevity. Meet Katie: Katie is the founder and editor-in-chief of ESJ Magazine. She has been working to make sure representation exists within the sustainable fashion space, and that real conversations that lead to accountability and action are happening in fashion. Over the past year and a half, her work with the magazine has expanded to create a bigger platform for Black women and femmes to show up and take up space in ethical and sustainable fashion. You can learn more about Katie and her company at www.ethicalstylejournal.com.
This week's special episode was recorded live at the inaugural Mental Wealth Expo in New York City. Devi hosts a beautiful conversation with the former Editor-in-Chief of Heart & Soul Magazine, author of Shallow Waters, and Spiritual Psychologist, Anita Kopacz. Starting with several deep breaths and a gentle introduction, we dive into the inspiration behind Kopacz's book and her powerful work helping survivors of sexual trauma heal. Learn more about the Mental Wealth Expo: https://thebreakfastclub.iheart.com/featured/mental-wealth-expo/ Stay connected @anitakopacz @devibrown Share your favorite part of the show with us: @droppinggemspod Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Dr. Joseph Antoun is CEO & Chairman of the Board of L-Nutra and a Member of the Forbes Business Development Council. He's the former CEO of Health Systems Reform, a boutique consultancy aimed at improving public health by reforming health systems, management, and delivery. Prior to that, he was Director of Health Policy at the University of Chicago, Editor in Chief of the Journal of Health Systems and Reform, and head of Business Development for Eli Lilly & Co. He completed his studies in Public Policy at Harvard University, in Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, and his Doctorate in Medicine and Masters' in Medical and Biological Sciences at Saint Joseph University. L-Nutra is the first nutra-tech company to focus on providing people the knowledge and products to live to 110 and beyond. A culmination of 25 years of research at the University of Southern California (USC) and 12 other partner universities, L-Nutra is pioneering Nutri-technologies that mimic and enhance the effects of fasting to unleash the body's natural ability to fuel and rejuvenate itself. L-Nutra's team of researchers and collaborators are leaders in the field of nutrition related to longevity and healthspan.
We're so excited to share our conversation with the Co-Editors of "Yoga Therapy Foundations, Tools, and Practice: A Comprehensive Textbook", Diane Finlayson and Laurie Hyland Robertson. We hope you enjoy this as much as we did. Diane Finlayson, MA, MFA, C-IAYT, is Department Chair for Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda at the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH.)Diane received her MFA in writing from Mississippi University for women and a master's degree from Johns Hopkins University for her thesis on "Ayurveda in America.Between MUIH and her own schools, Diane has trained Yoga Teachers, Yoga Therapists and Ayurvedic practitioners for more than two decades. Her private practice largely serves people in substance recovery.Laurie has spent more than two decades in healthcare and business publishing and now combines her passions for science, yoga, and personal transformation as editor in chief of Yoga Therapy Today and managing editor of the International Journal of Yoga Therapy. She also contributes editorial services to a variety of yoga and wellness publications and directs communications for the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She and Diane are co-editors of Yoga Therapy Foundations, Tools, and Practice: A Comprehensive Textbook. Laurie also co-authored Understanding Yoga Therapy: Applied Philosophy and Science for Health and Well-Being and previously served as adjunct faculty and a clinic supervisor at Maryland University of Integrative Health. Laurie owns Whole Yoga & Pilates in the Baltimore-Washington area, where students and clients of diverse backgrounds and abilities find a home for accessible, empowering mind-body practices.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=13598261)
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, Mary Dale Peterson, M.D., MHA, FACHE, FASA, ASA Immediate Past President.
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, TJ Gan, MD, MHS, FRCA, MBA, Professor and Chairman of the Deptartment of anesthesiology at Stony Brook Medicine in Stony Brook, New York. For more on this topic check out our exclusive min-series here: https://editors-top-picks.libsyn.com/the-value-of-tackling-post-operative-nausea-and-vomiting-topmedtalk
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, Alex Lewis, Founder of The Alex Lewis Trust. More here: https://www.alex-lewis.co.uk/innovation-technology/koalaa/
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, Richard Dutton, M.D., M.B.A., Chief Quality Officer US Anesthesia Partners.
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, Stephanie Byerly, M.D. Chair of the ASA Committee on Women Anesthesiologists, Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Management, UT Southwestern, Dallas, Cheif, Obstetrical Anesthesiology, Clements University Hospital, Dallas.
I'm Warren Smith and I'd like to welcome you to the MinistryWatch podcast. Here at MinistryWatch we bring you news about Christian ministries, as well as the latest in charity and philanthropy, news that we examine from a Christian worldview perspective. Our goal is to help us become better stewards of the resources God has entrusted to us. These mid-week “Extra” episodes are a chance for us to go deep with a particular topic, and today we have on the program Dr. Gerardo Marti, and we're going to discuss his book “The Glass Church: Robert H. Schuller, the Crystal Cathedral, and the Strain of Megachurch Ministry.” This book caught my attention because it fills in an important chapter in the story of the evangelical movement. Many people, including me, have traced the rise of the evangelical megachurch to the Jesus movement of the 1970s, the rise of cable television, or the Willow Creek seeker model of the 1980s. And those influences were indeed powerful. But Gerardo Marti and his co-author Mark Mulder says that what Robert Schuller was doing as early as the late 1950s and early 60s, with drive-in churches and a sophisticated use of media and events, pre-date and provide a road map for many who followed, and that the rise and fall of Robert Schuller's Crystal Cathedral provides lessons we should learn today. Gerardo Marti, my guest today, is the L. Richardson King Professor of Sociology at Davidson College, in Davidson, North Carolina. He has written a number of books about religion and culture, and he served for many years as editor in chief of the peer-reviewed journal “Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review.” The producers for today's program are Rich Roszel and Steve Gandy. We get database and other technical support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, and Casey Sudduth. I'm Warren Smith, and – until next time – May God bless you.
It's episode 53 of the WE NEED 2 TALK podcast, and the boys are reacting to the week's events...maybe the most disturbing of which was the Rock's latest offering...a rap collaboration with Tech 9ine (0:01)?! The guys get into some local shoutouts and then discuss the big news out of Las Vegas where Jon Gruden has resigned over some ugly and inappropriate emails (38:10). Lastly, we take a look at the Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics C.B. Cebulski, who admitted to penning multiple Marvel projects under the pseudonym Akira Yoshida, and why representation in comic books (and all art) matters (1:18:05).https://wn2tpod.buzzsprout.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/wn2tpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/wn2tpodTwitter: https://twitter.com/wn2tpod
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest, Adam Striker, MD FASA. Chair, ASA Committee on Communications, Associate Professor, Anesthesiology, University of Cincinnati and University of Kentucky.
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest Chris Steel, MD, In Patient CMO, White River Health System, Batesville Arkansas. More here: https://www.asahq.org/psh
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest Bonnie Milas, Cardiac anesthesiologist, University of Pennsylvania. More info here: https://www.asahq.org/advocating-for-you/reviveme
Welcome to TopMedTalk's exclusive - as live - coverage of The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual general meeting; join Desiree Chappell, TopMedTalk's lead presenter, Monty Mythen TopMedTalk's Editor in Chief and Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University speak with their guest Ashish Khanna, Associate Professor, Section Head for Research, Department of Anesthesiology, Section on Critical Care Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Chelsea Handler stops by to chat with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager about going back on tour! Plus, lifestyle expert Jill Bauer has all the kitchen gadgets you need to help save you time. Also ahead, with the holidays right around the corner, Meghan Murphy, editor-in-chief of Woman's Day Magazine and author of “Your Fully Charged Life,” has some fun DIY projects to help you get in the spirit.
Lamar Jackson had one heckuva night. Plus, the guys give the loss a second look with Upon Further Review, Bob doesn't like the use of this word, we Shout It Out, and Editor-in-Chief of Arrowhead Pride & 610 Chiefs Insider Pete Sweeney joins us for his weekly visit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of the special series, “Pathways to Pediatrics,” hosts David Hill, MD, FAAP, and Joanna Parga-Belinkie, MD, FAAP, interview Lewis First, MD, MS, FAAP, editor-in-chief of the peer-reviewed journal Pediatrics. Dr. First explains how his shaky start in medicine led to a love of learning, teaching, editing and communicating with humor and grace.
In this week's episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to Mickey Guyton about her journey from struggling musician to being the first Black woman to perform solo on the ACM's. Plus her grandmother's cornbread and how she first met one of her heroes, Dolly Parton. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chapters00:00 - Introduction00:15 - Early Echo Effects Using Tape Loops05:05 - The Introduction Of Solid State Technology06:43 - High-Quality Results With Digital Delays10:04 - Vintage Emulations And Sound Design Using Plug-insPaul White BiogPaul White initially trained in electronics at The Royal Radar Establishment in Malvern then went on to work with Malvern Instruments, a company specialising in laser analysis equipment, before moving into technical writing. He joined the Sound On Sound team in 1991 where he became Editor In Chief, a position he held for many years before recently becoming Executive Editor. Paul has written more than 20 recording and music technology textbooks, the latest being The Producer's Manual.Having established his own multitrack home studio in the 1980s he's worked with many notable names including Bert Jansch and Gordon Giltrap. He's played in various bands over the years and currently collaborates with Malvern musician Mark Soden, under the name of Cydonia Collective. Paul still performs live claiming that as he has suffered for his music he doesn't see why everyone else shouldn't too!http://www.cydoniacollective.co.uk/
This one is a real treat, Creep Street! On this episode Maureen and Dylan are honored to sit down with Greg D'Alessandro, CEO and Editor-In-Chief of the iconic Weekly World News! Since 1979, the pages of WWN has been a cornerstone for the weird and unexplained. From Batboy to Elvis being miraculously alive, the characters and stories of WWN have permeated pop culture and rattled the world of news. We discuss where it's been and where its all going! Citizens of the Milky Way, enjoy this interview with Greg D'Alessandro of the Weekly World News!
Biden names today Indigenous People's Day...on Columbus Day. Shaun reacts. Then, Anthony Varchetto, a Chicago Police officer, joins Shaun to discuss the upcoming event, Bank the Blue, which helps officers deal with the psychological pressures of being a police officer. Plus, Joe Curl, Editor in Chief of Off the Press, joins Shaun to discuss the media and Gavin Newsom. Also, Make me Believe Monday See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.