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The Word Café Podcast with Amax
S2 Ep.109 The Queen of Excellence

The Word Café Podcast with Amax

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 45:49


How would you describe something that is done with a sense of completion, not leaving any blemish or room to question the validity of the work done? I imagine you will exclaim, what an excellent job!Well, this is how we feel when we encounter something of quality that stands out from the rest, it is not just the best, but it becomes the reference for and to others to follow. I have often encountered those who view excellence as something that is not ordinary but a quality reserved for an exclusive few whom they term exceptional. Is that the case?On this episode of the Word Café, I am very honored to discuss this subject with someone who has exemplified what it means to be excellent, embrace it, own it, and be it. Her name is Bola Matel-OkohBola Matel-Okoh is an Attorney with over 30 years of experience in diverse areas of judicial science encompassing legal research, investigation of cases, adjudication of clients' claims, and transaction of client's business.A graduate of Olabisi Onabanjo University, she is admitted to The Nigerian Bar and the New York State Bar. She started her career in the banking sector as a Legal Assistant at the United Commercial Bank, Lagos Nigeria before proceeding to Legal practice both in Nigeria and the United States of America. Her legal experience spans the areas of Admiralty Law, Immigration Law, and participating in the final phase of a multi-billion insurance class action litigation.In 2015 she was appointed as a Non- Executive Director of Wema Bank PLC. She is well-trained in the effectiveness of corporate boards, risk management, and advanced strategy for directors. She has attended training seminars at IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland, INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France, and Harvard Business School in Boston, USA.With an intense desire to be a beacon of hope globally, she attended the GEMSTONE Leadership Institute's Executive Coaching Certificate Program, where she became a certified Executive coach.She is the CEO of Havilah Ventures, an entrepreneurial outfit that encompasses businesses in real estate, corporate branding, and the health and wellness sector. She is the owner and Managing Director of N Lounge and Spa, where excellent customer service and satisfaction are paramount.Coach BMO or PB as she is fondly called, is also the Associate Pastor at The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Jesus House, New Jersey. A firm believer that the excellence of God should be reflected in every area of our lives, she constantly strives to attain this in everything she does. She is the host of The Excellent Life Podcast, a Podcast designed to Inspire, motivate and challenge you to live a life of excellence. She has been married for 28 years to Pastor Matthew Okoh, and they have three sons. She is an advocate for strong Christian marriages.Support the show

il posto delle parole
Sara De Simone "Nessuna come lei"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 31:58


Sara De Simone"Nessuna come lei"Katherine Mansfield e Virginia WoolfStoria di un'amiciziaNeri Pozza Editorehttps://neripozza.itRegina del racconto breve, Katherine Mansfield a 100 anni dalla nascita è una grande voce ancora da esplorare.Morta di tubercolosi a Fontainebleau, vicino a Parigi, il 9 gennaio 1923, a soli 34 anni, ha avuto un'infanzia felice che è diventata fonte di ispirazione delle sue storie ma una vita segnata dall'esilio, il dolore e la battaglia contro la tisi.Nel luglio del 1916, Garsington, la villa di campagna della patrona delle arti Ottoline Morrell, non è solo un rifugio per obiettori di coscienza in piena Prima guerra mondiale, ma un vero e proprio teatro dove, settimana dopo settimana, approda «una compagnia di giro», pronta a esibirsi senza pudore. C'è chi legge Keats ad alta voce, chi dipinge nudi en plein air, chi alleva maiali, chi scrive opuscoli contro la leva obbligatoria. E poi c'è lei, Katherine Mansfield, detta anche Lili Heron, Elizabeth Stanley, Julian Mark, Boris Petrovsky, Matilda Berry: tutti nomi con cui è solita firmare i suoi racconti e poesie. Lytton Strachey, l'eccentrico scrittore del circolo di Bloomsbury, la trova «decisamente interessante», Bertrand Russell la definisce «una mente brillante», per Leonard Woolf è «straordinariamente divertente». L'unica che sembra non subire il suo fascino è proprio Virginia Woolf. «Mi tampina da tre anni» dice con aria snob, a proposito di quella «straniera» che arriva dalle colonie, indossa gonne corte e intona black spirituals accompagnandosi con la chitarra. Ma è questione di pochi mesi: nonostante le iniziali resistenze, qualcosa di misterioso e intenso scatta fra le due scrittrici, qualcosa che le uní a tal punto da fare di Katherine Mansfield una delle prime autrici pubblicate dalla Hogarth Press, la casa editrice dei coniugi Woolf. Qualcosa che Virginia stessa avrebbe definito come una «stranissima sensazione di eco». Questo libro, arricchito di numerosi materiali inediti in Italia, è la storia di quel nucleo misterioso e intenso al cuore della loro amicizia.«Entrambe mettevano la letteratura al primo posto. E questa non era un'affinità come un'altra: era tutto. Era come essere partecipi di un rito segreto, come camminare sulle stesse zolle di terra incandescente, dove nessun altro osava avventurarsi».«Mio Dio, Virginia, adoro pensare a te come un'amica». Katherine Mansfield"Sara De Simone ha conseguito un dottorato in Letterature comparate alla Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. Ha tradotto con Nadia Fusini il carteggio tra Virginia Woolf e Vita Sackville-West (Scrivi sempre a mezzanotte, Donzelli 2019). Si occupa di critica letteraria sulle pagine culturali de il manifesto e Il Tascabile. È vicepresidente dell'Italian Virginia Woolf Society.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it

Vegas Revealed
What's Coming Up in 2023, MSG Sphere Will Blow Your Mind, CES is Back, Nevada Gaming Numbers, Shows Closing, Fontainebleau Construction | Ep. 150

Vegas Revealed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 36:44


This is a jam packed episode! Welcome to season 4! We discuss everything coming up in 2023. That includes the MSG Sphere opening and it will blow your mind! A video has been released that shows what the final product will look like and we run down all the new details. Plus, Fontainebleau Las Vegas will finish construction in 2023. The strip hotel casino has been in the works for a long time. CES is back in Las Vegas right now. Three shows have closed on the strip. The Peppermill celebrates 50 years and Randy's Donuts opens at Resorts World. We taste some of the donuts at the end of the show. Also, Nevada had a big win when it comes to gaming last year. There's no slowing down. VegasNearMe App If it's fun to do or see, it's on VegasNearMe. The only app you'll need to navigate Las Vegas. Support the showFollow us on Instagram: @vegas.revealedFollow us on Twitter: @vegasrevealedFollow us on TikTok: @vegas.revealedWebsite: Vegas-Revealed.com

MtM Vegas - Source for Las Vegas
Resorts World Ends Free Parking, Fontainebleau's Big Windfall & Caesars Gambling on $5 Million Offer

MtM Vegas - Source for Las Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 20:42


Learn to travel for "free" utilizing the best credit card welcome offers. Travel to Vegas and anywhere else! Check out this free tool that we highly recommend. Travel Freely (free sign-up) Episode Description: As a reminder you can watch this show as well at: http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories Fontainebleau Las Vegas announced a timeline for finishing construction and some big news on funding. After securing a $2.2 billion loan from Chase, the property announced a 4th quarter 2023 opening. What will it look like and what does it need to do to be successful? In other news we give a quick update on Primm, Nevada including the reopening of a long closed casino and the gutting of another. We also talk about yet another Vegas casino robbery, the saddest restaurant closures in 2022 and how Caesars is trying to sell a $5 million package for the upcoming Formula1 race. About the Show Each week tens of thousands of people tune into our MtM Vegas news shows at http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories. We do two news shows weekly on YouTube with the audio being combined into this podcast. Never miss out on the latest happenings in and around Las Vegas! Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at podcast@milestomemories.com.  You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or by searching "MtM Vegas" or "Miles to Memories" in your favorite podcast app. Don't forget to check out our travel/miles/points podcast as well!

7@7
7@7 AM for Wednesday, December 28, 2022

7@7

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 500:02


Three people were arrested in a catalytic converter theft, a helicopter makes a hard landing in Boulder City injuring seven, Fontainebleau names new executives ahead of the 2023 opening and more on 7@7 from The Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Outside Music Inside the Golden State

Interview originally aired July 5, 2021. Joel Feigin is an internationally performed composer, whose operas, chamber, orchestra, and piano works have been widely praised for their “very strong impact, as logical in musical design as they are charged with emotion and drama.” (Opera Magazine).Feigin's opera, Twelfth Night, based on Shakespeare's comedy, was produced in North Carolina, Chicago, and southern California, where it was hailed as a “glittering masterpiece” by critic Dan Kepl.  Excerpts had also been featured at New York City Opera's VOX Showcase series and Opera America's New Works Sampler.  Mysteries of Eleusis, Feigin's first opera, written on a Guggenheim Fellowship, was commissioned and premiered by Theatre Cornell; on the international stage it was featured at the Moscow Conservatory (Russia) and repeated at the Russian-American Operatic Festival.Instrumental commissions include a Fromm Commission for Aviv: Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra, written for Yael Weiss, as well as piano commissions from Leonard Stein and Margaret Mills. Ms. Mills included two of Joel's works on her album Meditations and Overtones (Cambria Recordings).  Feigin's most recent CD (released on MSR Classics) presents the large-scale chamber work Lament Amid Silence, featuring violist Helen Callus.  Concerts devoted solely to Feigin's music have been given in Russia and Armenia, and in New York at Merkin Hall and Lincoln Center's Bruno Walter Auditorium.  Honors include a Mellon Fellowship, a Senior Fulbright Fellowship, and the Dimitri Mitropoulos Prize in Composition at the Tanglewood Music Center.Dr. Feigin studied with Nadia Boulanger at Fontainebleau and with Roger Sessions at The Juilliard School. An accomplished pianist and accompanist, Feigin studied with Rosina Lhevine, and worked at the Metropolitan Opera in New York with Nico Castel.The Joel Feigin Collection at the New York Public Library of the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center opened in 2011. A student of Zen Buddhism, Feigin is Professor Emeritus of Composition at the University of California, Santa Barbara.Pieces, in order heard:Surging Seas, for string orchestra: 1. Allegro maestoso (excerpt)Two Songs from Twelfth Night: No. 1 O Mistress Mine (Allegretto grazioso)Surging Seas, for string orchestra: 1. Allegro maestoso (full movement)http://joelfeigin.com/

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
03.08.76 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (3ra Parte: Marius - Libro octavo: El mal pobre - Cap 22 El niño que lloraba en la segunda parte)

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 4:50


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Tercera Parte: Marius Libro octavo El mal pobre Cap XXII : El niño que lloraba en la segunda parte. A la mañana siguiente del día en que sucedieron estos acontecimientos en la casa del bulevar de L'Hôpital, un niño, que parecía venir de la zona del puente de Austerlitz, subía por el paseo lateral de la derecha en dirección del portillo de Fontainebleau. Era noche cerrada. Aquel niño estaba pálido y flaco e iba vestido de andrajos, con unos pantalones de algodón en el mes de febrero; y cantaba a pleno pulmón. En la esquina de la calle de Le Petit-Banquier, una vieja encorvada rebuscaba en un montón de basura a la luz de un farol; el niño tropezó con ella al pasar y, luego, retrocedió exclamando: —¡Anda! ¡Y yo que había tomado el bulto este por un perro grandísimo! Repitió la palabra «grandísimo» engolando la voz burlona, lo que podría expresarse muy bien con unas mayúsculas: ¡un perro grandísimo, GRANDÍSIMO! La vieja se enderezó furiosa. —¡Maldito chico! —refunfuñó—. ¡Si no hubiese estado agachada, bien sé yo dónde te habría puesto el pie! El niño ya estaba lejos. —¡Venga, chucho, dale! —dijo—. A lo mejor resulta que no me había equivocado. La vieja, ahogándose de rabia, se irguió del todo y la luz rojiza del farol le dio de lleno en la cara lívida, que socavaban aristas, arrugas y unas patas de gallo que le llegaban a las comisuras de la boca. El cuerpo se perdía en la sombra y sólo se le veía la cara. Hubiérase dicho la máscara de la Decrepitud que una luz destacase en la oscuridad. El niño se la quedó mirando atentamente: —La señora —dijo— no es el tipo de mujer guapa que me hace tilín. Siguió andando y volvió a cantar: El rey Trancobarranco cuervos salió a cazar subido en unos zancos… Al llegar al tercer verso, se interrumpió. Había llegado delante de los números 50 y 52 y, al encontrarse con la puerta cerrada, empezó a darle patadas, unas patadas sonoras y heroicas, que hablaban más de los zapatos de hombre que llevaba que de los pies de niño que tenía. Entre tanto, la misma vieja con quien se había encontrado en la esquina de la calle de Le Petit-Banquier llegaba corriendo, lanzando fuertes voces y prodigando ademanes desmedidos. —Pero ¿esto qué es? Pero ¿esto qué es? ¡Señor Dios mío! ¡Que están derribando la puerta! ¡Que están derribando la puerta! Las patadas continuaban. La vieja seguía diciendo a grito herido: —¿Éste es el trato que se les da ahora a los edificios? Se interrumpió de repente. Había reconocido al golfillo. —¡Cómo! ¡Eres tú, satanás! —Anda, si es la vieja —dijo el niño—. Hola, Burgonucha. Vengo a ver a mis padruchos. La vieja contestó con una mueca compuesta, improvisación admirable del odio sacándoles partido a la caducidad y a la fealdad, que, por desgracia, se perdió en la oscuridad: —No hay nadie, descarado. —¡Ahí va! —dijo el niño—. ¿Y dónde está mi padre? —En La Force. —¡Caray! ¿Y mi madre? —En Saint-Lazare. —¡Vaya! ¿Y mis hermanas? —En Les Madelonnettes. El niño se rascó detrás de la oreja, miró a la señora Burgon y dijo: —¡Ah! Luego se dio media vuelta y, al cabo de un momento, la vieja, que se había quedado en el umbral de la puerta, lo oyó cantar con su voz clara y joven, mientras se internaba bajo los olmos negros que estremecía el viento invernal: El rey Trancobarranco cuervos salió a cazar subido en unos zancos. Quien debajo pasaba diez céntimos pagaba.

SpaceBase Podcast
Becoming a Space Investor: An Interview with Christian Thaler-Wolski

SpaceBase Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 41:44


An interview with Christian Thaler-Wolski,  a startup advisor, business developer, and angel investor focused on Spacetech. Previously, Christian worked in venture capital in Europe. Prior to his investor role he had a five-year career in technical product sales and key account management at ORACLE, a global leader in enterprise software. Christian is a native of Germany and graduated from the International Space University's Souther Hemisphere Space Studies program in 2020. He has degrees in Economics and also a graduated with an MBA degree at INSEAD, Fontainebleau, in 2006. Christian moved to Adelaide in 2019 and subsepquently co-founded the ISU alumni association for Australia and New Zealand as well as the ISU Adelaide Conference, held every year online for the whole Indo-Pacific region. In this interview we will hear from Christian what it takes to become a space investor , and why investing in the space industry is at an inflection point and growth phase today.  He will also talk about how the ISU programme has changed his career and his current initiatives to help grow the space industry in the region through conferences. Resources:ISU Adelaide Space Conference - 3-4 February, 2023An Indo Pacific region conference focused this year on Challenges and Opportunities in Commercial Space.  RSVP today!Internationa Space University Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Programme (SHSSP23).   A 5-week multidisciplinary space programme delivered in Adelaide, Australia (16 Jan - 17 February 2023). Podcast:Space Business Podcast - hosted by Raphael RoettgenHosted by: Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom, Co-Founder and CEO, SpaceBaseMusic: reCreation by airtone (c) copyright 2019 Licensed under a Creative Commons (3.0)If you like our work, please consider donating to SpaceBase through The Gift Trust or RSF Social Finance (for US charitable donations) and indicate "SpaceBase" gift account. Or be a SpaceBase Patreon sponsor!Support the show

CO2 mon Amour
Fontainebleau, l'écologie de la peinture !

CO2 mon Amour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 41:32


durée : 00:41:32 - CO2 mon amour - par : Denis Cheissoux - Faites-vous partie des 10-11 millions de visiteurs de la forêt de Fontainebleau, située au sud de Paris ?

Galères d'humoristes
Galères d'Humoristes - Épisode 304: Vincent Barat

Galères d'humoristes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 15:34


Ça parle d'un appel en voiture, de Gad Elmaleh, de jouer dans une chicha au Havre, de mixité, de clash, de PV, d'Hocine Power, de "Militaire", de boss de fin, de forêt noire, de Jeremstar, de villageois belliqueux, d'un looooooong trajet, de foncer chez le coiffeur, de chicha bordelaise VS chicha street, de Wiloo, de Paul Mirabel, du FIEALD, d'un plateau à Fontainebleau, des abus de Christine, d'Adrien La Brocante, de récupérer 75% des résas, de 2x30 minutes de bide, de rire méta, et de son podcast "L'Avenir sera drôle"...Retrouvez Vincent Barat :⚫Instagramhttps://instagram.com/vincent_barat⚫Stand-Up 77 sur Instagramhttps://instagram.com/standup.77⚫Le Nulle Blagues Ailleurs sur Instagramhttps://instagram.com/nulleblaguesailleurs⚫Son podcast "L'Avenir sera drôle" sur Apple Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/lavenir-sera-dr%C3%B4le/id1500622994Et bien sûr vous pouvez également me retrouver :⚫Mon spectacle à Paris tous les jeudis à 20h30 chez Ô Tuk-Tuk (Porte d'Italie)https://www.billetreduc.com/307059/evt.htm⚫Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/SofianeHumoriste⚫Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/sofiane_ettai⚫Twitterhttps://twitter.com/SofianeETTAI⚫YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6ZmnGo-1bsiK8t2CptHn1g⚫TikTokhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMe12uJ1G/ Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière
Yves EVEILLARD, IMMOBEL FRANCE - Pyramides d'Or de la FPI 2022

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 6:03


PRIX DE L'INNOVATION INDUSTRIELLE Le lauréat est : IMMOBEL : “ Les Dryades” à Avon (77) Architecte : Mastrandreas Architectes À l'entrée de la ville d'Avon (77), à la lisière de la forêt de Fontainebleau, la résidence « Les Dryades » offre 47 logements, et deux locaux commerciaux. Chaque appartement dispose d'un espace extérieur. Au dernier niveau, il bénéficie d'une terrasse tropézienne insérée dans la toiture. En sous-sol, un parc de stationnement de 112 places, en plus des 36 places situées en zone extérieure, concourt à l'attractivité du programme. La prestation s'enrichit d'un jardin partagé à proximité de la forêt. Dictées par une forte prise en compte des critères environnementaux et motivées par une démarche RSE, certaines solutions techniques retiennent l'attention. Ainsi la brique de terre cuite des murs, préférée au 100 % béton, se révèle plus vertueuse en émissions carbonées. Une partie des voiles extérieurs innovants procède de la mise en place de murs de brique préfabriqués. En soutien au chauffage au gaz, une chaudière numérique Qarnot (à récupération de la chaleur perdue de serveurs informatiques) équipe les appartements. Conforme à la réglementation RE2020 via une démarche d'Immobel antérieure à l'obligation règlementaire, le programme « Les Dryades » s'attache aussi à revaloriser des matériaux de démolition et à une réinfiltration totale des eaux pluviales, sans rejet dans le réseau. Les eaux de pluie sont récupérées pour l'arrosage automatique de la résidence et des bacs de récupération de ces eaux équipent les terrasses tropéziennes en sommet d'ouvrage. Un cocktail de solutions de pointe. SITE INTERNET : https://www.immobelfrance.com/

Les Carnets d’Igor
ANECDOTE: Les Séries de Compiègne et de Fontainebleau, c'est quoi?

Les Carnets d’Igor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 6:28


Savez-vous ce qu'on appelle les “séries” organisées sous le fastueux Second Empire (1852/70)? Je explique tout ici.

The Hospitality Mentor
Armando Campos - Vice President of F&B at Fontainebleau Miami Beach

The Hospitality Mentor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 52:31


In this week's episode, Steve is joined by Armando Campos, the Vice President of Food & Beverage at Fontainebleau Miami Beach. Armando's previous F&B roles include Executive Director of F&B at Pendry Hotels, Director of F&B at Loews Hotel, and Director of F&B at Hilton. Armando is also the Co-Founder & CEO of the consulting company, California Investment Group. Throughout this episode, Armando shares his hospitality journey that led him to working in Food & Beverage for some of the top hotel brands. You will hear about the different roles he has had in hospitality, why he decided to start his own company, what his role is like at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, and more. RealTime Reservation Offer This episode is brought to you by our podcast partners at RealTime Reservation. Their inventory management system is best in class for hotels and resorts to manage their non-room inventory. The web-based application allows for creative upselling of overnight and daytime visitors with add-ons and pre-planned packages. Hotel guests and non-guests can reserve cabanas, pool chairs, activities, amenities, excursions, events, day passes, and much more. To learn more check them out here! TrayAway Offer Enhance your guest experience while ensuring beautiful hotel hallways are never cluttered with dirty room service trays. Use Promo Code TURK10 for a 10% discount on all TrayAway products and services Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In Extenso
Défis globaux… solutions locales ! (3/3)

In Extenso

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 36:47


Le mois de décembre 2022 va constituer un moment important de la protection de la biodiversité au niveau mondial avec la tenue, à Montréal, de la COP15 (7-19 décembre). Son objectif sera de définir le nouveau cadre de cette protection pour la décennie à venir. Le contexte de la sixième extinction de masse réclame des actions fortes et sans délai pour préserver les écosystèmes naturels terrestres, dont les sociétés humaines tirent une variété infinie de services (on les appelle « services écosystémiques »). L'un des points clés en cours de discussion concerne la protection de l'intégrité de ces écosystèmes naturels sur 30 % des terres et des mers à échéance de 2030 (pour les mers, sont concernées les zones sous juridiction nationale). C'est ce que l'on appelle « l'objectif 30x30 ». Cette dynamique d'expansion des aires protégées constitue aujourd'hui l'un des axes principaux de la protection du patrimoine naturel mondial. Si les êtres humains ont toujours cherché à protéger des territoires particuliers, de manière temporaire ou permanente, ce qu'on définit aujourd'hui comme « aires protégées » est apparu dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle. Parmi ces premiers espaces figurent, par exemple, la « réserve artistique » de la forêt de Fontainebleau, créée en 1861, le parc régional du Yosemite (États-Unis, 1864) ou encore le parc national du Yellowstone (États-Unis).Les aires protégées existent dans presque tous les pays du monde, présentant des tailles très différentes d'un continent à l'autre. Elles répondent également à une classification précise en six catégories, établie par l'Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature (UICN). Mais que signifie concrètement « protéger » 30% de la planète ? Et comment cela se passe-t-il sur le terrain ? Ces espaces représentent-ils une « mise sous cloche », comme l'avancent leurs détracteurs ? Cette politique des aires protégées se fait-elle aux dépens des populations qui y vivent ? Et comment savoir si elles sont efficaces ? Crédits : conception et animation, Jennifer Gallé. Réalisation et production, Rayane Meguenni Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Le Disque classique du jour
Amadè - Julie Fuchs

Le Disque classique du jour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 12:18


durée : 00:12:18 - Le Disque classique du jour du lundi 21 novembre 2022 - Pour son premier album chez Sony Classical, Julie Fuchs nous offre un magnifique récital de Mozart, intitulé "Amadè", enregistré récemment au Château de Fontainebleau accompagné par l'Orchestre Balthasar Neumann dirigé par le grand chef Thomas Hengelbrock.

MtM Vegas - Source for Las Vegas
Two Vegas Casinos Robbed, Blockbuster Land Deal, Wynn Bans Filming & More!

MtM Vegas - Source for Las Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 34:06


Learn to travel for "free" utilizing the best credit card welcome offers. Travel to Vegas and anywhere else! Check out this free tool that we highly recommend. Travel Freely (free sign-up) Episode Description: As a reminder you can watch this show as well at: http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories After several years the Las Vegas Convention & Visitor's Authority has now agreed to sell a prime piece of land on the Las Vegas Strip. The former Riviera frontage is about to be sold to a new player for Las Vegas. Find out who is buying it and what they will likely build on this corner which is also next to both Resorts World and Fontainebleau. In other news another Vegas casino was robbed this week following the Resorts World robbery last week. I also take you on a tour of the popular South Point casino in Las Vegas, we discuss Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield's strange partnership & Oscar Goodman receives another statue downtown. About the Show Each week tens of thousands of people tune into our MtM Vegas news shows at http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories. We do two news shows weekly on YouTube with the audio being combined into this podcast. Never miss out on the latest happenings in and around Las Vegas! Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at podcast@milestomemories.com.  You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or by searching "MtM Vegas" or "Miles to Memories" in your favorite podcast app. Don't forget to check out our travel/miles/points podcast as well!

Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast
Stelios Mormoris on Elevating Humanity through the Poetry of The Oculus [INTERVIEW]

Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 46:59


Stelios Mormoris is a resident of Boston and Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, and formerly lived in Paris most of his life, working as an executive in the beauty industry. Stelios is currently Chief Executive Officer of Scent Beauty, Inc. He studied architecture at Princeton University, where he received his BA, and he received his MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. He has held positions on the boards of the French Cultural Center of Boston, ACT-UP, Historic New England, and The Fragrance Foundation. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/viewlesswings/support

LATAM Medtech Leaders
James Reinstein, President & Chief Executive Officer at Conformal Medical

LATAM Medtech Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 33:26 Transcription Available


James has more than 25 years of medical device experience and is currently the CEO of Conformal Medical. Prior to joining Conformal, he led Saranas and private companies such as Drawbridge Health, and Aptus Endosystems as their President, CEO, and member of the board of directors. He held a similar role at the publicly traded medical laser company, Cutera from 2017 to 2019. He was part of the management team that led the turn-around at Cyberonics where he was the EVP & Chief Commercial Officer. James spent 17 years at Boston Scientific in various roles and functions including business development, marketing, and general management. Most of his career at Boston Scientific was spent working and living in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Additionally, Mr. Reinstein has served as a board director for several medical companies, including publicly traded Mainstay Medical in Dublin, Ireland, Pixium-Vision based in Paris, France, and Monteris Medical a privately held company located in Minnesota. James began his professional career with Proctor & Gamble after earning his Bachelor of Arts in Marketing (BA) degree from the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia in Athens. He also completed graduate studies at INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.

Big Spin podcast
MICKEY MAHUT

Big Spin podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 118:51


Mickey Mahut est un skateur originaire de Fontainebleau. Il se fait un nom dans les années 2000, passe dans les magazines et ne supporte pas la pression des compétitions et des sponsors, ce qui l'amènera à faire des choix parfois drastiques. Avec lui on va parler Teenage Tour, pression, football, potes et copains, mais aussi du film 'Skate or Die', de Pony et Nike, de Noar et Benoit Fruitier et de son travail de monteur / réalisateur. On terminera avec le documentaire qu'il a co-réalisé 'Le petit chasseur de fantômes'. Mickey est sur Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mickeymahut LE PETIT CHASSEUR DE FANTÔMES - https://youtu.be/4YZNl2lPopc --------------------- LINKTREE • https://linktr.ee/bigspinpodcast INSTAGRAM • https://instagram.com/bigspinpodcast SOUNDCLOUD • https://soundcloud.com/bigspinpodcast iTUNES • https://is.gd/zjMcNO YOUTUBE • https://www.youtube.com/c/bigspinpodcast SPOTIFY • https://is.gd/TWoeMm DEEZER • https://www.deezer.com/fr/show/1442342 GOOGLE PODCASTS • https://is.gd/T7ouFx Merci à DVNO pour le jingle - https://soundcloud.com/dvnolandia Merci à Karim Dhaini pour l'animation pour Youtube - https://www.instagram.com/meduzor BIG SPIN, c'est un podcast francophone dédié au skateboard et à sa culture, et surtout à ceux qui en font. #bigspinpodcast #skateboard #podcast #interview #skate #skateboarding

In The Know
How to Adopt mindfulness practices in Your Professional and Personal Life - Student Life Feature - ITK#33

In The Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 25:37


The business world is often associated with stress and anxiety, but there is an increasing interest in mindfulness as a way to promote well-being in the workplace. Mindfulness is about being present in the moment and paying attention to your thoughts and feelings without judgment. It can help you cope with stress, boost your concentration, and improve decision-making. There is evidence that mindfulness can be beneficial for both individuals and businesses. For businesses, mindfulness can improve employee productivity and engagement. In addition, mindful companies are more likely to be creative and adaptable, traits that are essential in today's ever-changing marketplace. As more businesses begin to adopt mindfulness practices, it is clear that this ancient tradition can offer modern companies a competitive edge. Listen on your favourite platform     Our guests: Joa Scetbon  (Mindfulness Facilitator, INSEAD Psychological Services)   Our hosts: Angela Rachel (Student Life Officer, INSEAD Degree Programmes) Eva Laporte (Student Life Officer, INSEAD Degree Programmes)   Resources: INSEAD Psychological Services INSEAD has an international team of psychologists to work with students, staff and faculty in times of personal challenge or crisis. We offer individual and couple consultations, as well as Mindfulness groups, on the Fontainebleau and Singapore campuses. We also run workshops on various psychological issues for MBA students. We work both in-person and remotely. Appointments are completely confidential and free of charge.   Timestamp: 01:10 - About the guests and role at INSEAD Psychological Services 01:45 - What is Mindfulness, and why is it important to practice this in our daily lives  05:55 - The difference between mindfulness and meditation, and some common misconceptions 09:38 - Common themes and why students and staff attend the mindfulness sessions at INSEAD 11:30 - How to adopt mindfulness practices in your personal and/or professional lives 13:26 - Practical ways to apply these practices to your life 18:35 - Benefits of learning mindfulness practices in person or workshops as compared to via digital apps 22:30 - Takeaway tips for those thinking of starting their mindfulness journeys, and sustaining these practices

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and The Morning Show kick off your weekend! The show is broadcasting from The Fontainebleau Miami for our Y100 wedding! Who stole Elvis money for dinner last night?!?! We play a round of 'Burnt to Turnt'! We talk to our friend Josh from Fontainebleau who has some incredible trivia about the hotel!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

No Tourists Allowed - An Insider's Guide to Travel
Secrets Of A Multi-Million Mile Traveler From Personal Development Guru, Marc Accetta. Plus, Where To Stay & Eat In Miami's South Beach, This Week's Best Finds On Rail Holidays, MSC Cruises & More!

No Tourists Allowed - An Insider's Guide to Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 57:33


For over 20 years, personal development and motivational speaker and author Marc Accetta has traveled to more than 30 countries on six different continents training over 1 Million salespeople. He holds the highest frequent flyer status there is, and the secrets to traveling better - which he shares with you. Eden Roc (now including Nobu Hotel) or Fontainebleau? The rivalry between these icons - two of the most historically and architecturally significant hotels on Miami Beach - has raged on the oceanfront of Millionaire's Row since 1955. Further down on South Beach, escalating prices and crowds have made it tough to know where to stay and where to eat without getting fleeced. Mike & James offer first-hand reviews and advice to settle the choices. Plus, Jessica the Deal Guru comes up with the steals on Amtrak Rail Holidays, MSC Cruises, and more! FREE 3-NIGHT STAY AT UNIVERSAL PARKS AND RESORTS HOTEL: https://notouristsallowed.com/raffle/  _ Produced by The Greenville Podcast Company.

Le Nouvel Esprit Public
Brouille franco-allemande / Transition écologique : quel pilote quelles étapes ? / n°269 / 30 octobre 2022

Le Nouvel Esprit Public

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 65:51


Connaissez-vous notre site ? www.lenouvelespritpublic.frUne émission de Philippe Meyer, enregistrée au studio l'Arrière-boutique le 28 octobre 2022.Avec cette semaine :Nicolas Baverez, essayiste et avocat.Jean-Louis Bourlanges, président de la Commission des Affaires étrangères de l'Assemblée nationale.Marc-Olivier Padis, directeur des études de la fondation Terra Nova.Lucile Schmid, vice-présidente de La Fabrique écologique et membre du comité de rédaction de la revue Esprit. BROUILLE FRANCO-ALLEMANDEA trois mois du soixantième anniversaire du traité de l'Élysée, qui a scellé la réconciliation entre la France et l'Allemagne, et jeté les bases de la coopération entre les deux pays, les relations bilatérales entre Paris et Berlin sont au point bas. Les sujets de discorde se sont accumulés ces dernières semaines, poussant au report inopiné à janvier 2023 du conseil des ministres franco-allemand prévu à Fontainebleau le 26 octobre, le premier depuis l'accession du dirigeant social-démocrate Olaf Scholz au pouvoir. Il s'agit d'une décision sans précédent depuis l'institution de ces rendez-vous annuels instaurés en 2003 par Jacques Chirac dans le cadre du traité de l'Élysée. Une annulation symptomatique d'un « dialogue dysfonctionnel », estime Éric-André Martin, secrétaire général du Comité d'étude des relations franco-allemandes. La liste des différends qui secoue le « couple » franco-allemand mais qu'on appelle ainsi seulement du côté français, est aujourd'hui très longue.Dans la défense, plusieurs projets communs font du surplace, qu'il s'agisse de l'avion du futur ou de la prochaine génération de chars. Le projet de bouclier antimissiles conduit par l'Allemagne au sein d'un groupe de 14 pays dont les États-Unis et Israël, mais sans la France qui mène le sien propre, a tendu encore un peu plus les relations. Dans l'énergie, au nom de la défense des mécanismes du marché, Berlin bloque sur le principe d'un plafonnement du prix du gaz poussé par la France, tandis que Paris ne veut pas entendre parler d'un projet de gazoduc reliant l'Espagne au reste de l'Europe pour alimenter l'industrie allemande. Sur le plan économique, la France n'a pas apprécié que le chancelier allemand annonce sans prévenir un plan de soutien à son économie de 200 milliards d'euros, interprété comme une remise en question des principes de concurrence au sein de l'Union européenne. Paris est également agacé par le refus allemand d'un financement communautaire des dépenses énergétiques de l'UE, qui serait analogue au fonds de relance mis en place naguère par Angela Merkel et Emmanuel Macron dans le cadre de la pandémie de Covid-19. Même le rythme de la construction européenne fait l'objet de débats. Quand Berlin défend un élargissement vers l'est, Paris plaide pour un approfondissement de l'intégration, sans craindre une Europe à plusieurs vitesses. La guerre en Ukraine est en train de modifier les équilibres en Europe, déplaçant son centre de gravité vers l'est.En conséquence, seule une entrevue restreinte entre le président Emmanuel Macron et le chancelier Olaf Scholz a finalement été organisée à Paris, le 26 octobre. A l'issue, la France et l'Allemagne ont salué un « dialogue constructif » malgré l'annulation de la conférence de presse commune. L'Élysée a ajouté que la rencontre avait conduit à la mise en place de groupes de travail en matière d'énergie, de défense et d'innovation.***TRANSITION ÉCOLOGIQUE : QUEL PILOTE QUELLES ÉTAPES ?Candidat à sa réélection, Emmanuel Macron avait promis « mon second mandat sera écologique ou ne sera pas ». Ancienne ministre de la Transition écologique, la Première ministre a présenté le 21 octobre la méthode du gouvernement pour « planifier » la transition écologique. « Un défi immense » souligne-t-elle, alors que « nous devons faire en huit ans plus que ce que nous avons fait en trente-deux ans ». Pour atteindre les objectifs de sortie des énergies fossiles, de réduction de 55 % de nos émissions de gaz à effet de serre dès 2030 et de neutralité carbone en 2050, Elisabeth Borne appelle à une mobilisation générale, sous la bannière « France nation verte ». Elle se déclinera à travers vingt-deux chantiers, allant du transport au logement, en passant par la façon de produire, de consommer, mais aussi par la préservation de la biodiversité et des écosystèmes. Ils feront chacun l'objet d'un « plan d'actions ». Aux ministres en charge d'engager des concertations avec les acteurs économiques et politiques concernés avant mi-novembre, pour aboutir d'ici la fin de l'année à des feuilles de routes de la transition. Indicateurs, tableaux de bord et rendez-vous réguliers doivent permettre de suivre l'avancement des différents chantiers. Grâce à un site Internet on pourra connaître l'avancement des mesures à partir de la fin de l'année. Certaines ont déjà été lancées, comme le plan sobriété ou le projet de loi sur les énergies renouvelables qui doit venir en débat le 31 octobre au Sénat. Les milliards investis, dans la rénovation thermique des bâtiments, dans le plan vélo, dans l'hydrogène, étant déjà connus, la Première ministre a tracé de grandes lignes sans rentrer dans le détail des mesures : développement des véhicules électriques, du train, de l'avion bas carbone, du recyclage, d'une nouvelle gestion de l'eau, de l'hydrogène, de l'isolation des bâtiments, des investissements verts...Parallèlement, le gouvernement prévoit sept chantiers « transversaux » : financements, accompagnement social, emplois, sobriété, exemplarité des services publics et planification territoriale. Ces « chantiers » seront pilotés directement depuis Matignon, sous l'égide du Secrétariat général à la planification écologique créé fin mai et dirigé par Antoine Peillon. Afin de plancher sur les mesures, le gouvernement s'appuiera sur un Conseil national de la refondation climat et biodiversité - un organe supplémentaire de consultation lancé le 21 octobre - regroupant des représentants de la société civile et des secteurs économiques. À terme, il devrait se décliner à l'échelon territorial. Etat, collectivités locales, entreprises et ménages, tous doivent apporter leur contribution et faire converger leurs efforts.Les plans climat dont s'est déjà dotée la France s'enchaînent : après la stratégie nationale bas carbone, le plan national d'adaptation au changement climatique, bientôt la loi de programmation énergie climat qui doit être adoptée d'ici juillet 2023.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

E o Resto é História
100 anos da marcha de Mussolini sobre Roma

E o Resto é História

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 41:58


O centenário da subida de Il Duce ao poder e o nascimento do fascismo italiano. E ainda: o Tratado de Fontainebleau, quando Napoleão e Espanha combinaram secretamente dividir Portugal em três fatiasSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Le débat
Macron-Scholz : un couple franco-allemand en crise ?

Le débat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 43:02


Que se passe-t-il entre Emmanuel Macron et Olaf Scholz ? Les relations entre Paris et Berlin semblent refroidies. Pour preuve : l'annulation du conseil des ministres franco-allemand à Fontainebleau, transformé en un déjeuner à l'Élysée ce jeudi 26 octobre. Hasard du calendrier, le gouvernement allemand vient d'approuver une prise de participation de l'entreprise chinoise Cosco dans un terminal portuaire à Hambourg. Un déplacement du chancelier à Pékin est également prévu.

Les histoires de 28 Minutes
Hugo Duminil-Copin / Le couple franco-allemand est-il en instance de divorce ?

Les histoires de 28 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 46:33


L'émission 28 Minutes du 26/10/2022 Au programme de l'émission du 8 novembre 2021 ⬇ Pour le médaillé Fields, il y a des problèmes…et des solutions La France ne brille pas au classement Pisa (Programme international pour le suivi des acquis des élèves), en partie à cause des résultats de ses élèves en mathématiques. Mais elle rayonne en ce qui concerne la médaille Fields, la plus haute récompense en la matière. Le 5 juillet dernier, Hugo Duminil-Copin était le treizième Français à la recevoir. Ce professeur à l'Institut des hautes études scientifiques, l'IHES, et à l'université de Genève a été récompensé pour ses travaux en physique statistique. Il ne se sent pas génie pour autant et prône au contraire sa “normalité”. Les probabilités sont sa spécialité, mais il préfère dire qu'il fait de la physique-mathématique. "Cela réconcilie deux passions de jeunesse, affirme-t-il, les maths et la physique, la première pour la rigueur, la seconde pour l'intuition et la curiosité à comprendre des phénomènes naturels." Hugo Duminil-Copin est notre invité.  Le couple franco-allemand est-il en instance de divorce ? Ça ne va pas fort entre Paris et Berlin. Le fameux couple, censé porter l'Union européenne, est en péril depuis que la guerre en Ukraine est venue bouleverser les équilibres. Le chancelier allemand Olaf Scholz a pour ambition de faire de la Bundeswehr la première armée européenne. L'armée française perdrait donc sa place. Le plan de soutien à l'économie allemande pour contrer les conséquences de la crise énergétique est tout aussi spectaculaire et s'élève à 200 milliards d'euros. Il a été décidé sans en informer la France. Cerise sur le gâteau, Berlin vient d'annoncer le lancement d'un programme européen de défense antiaérienne avec 14 autres membres de l'OTAN, sans impliquer Paris, et sans recourir à l'industrie française de l'armement. Résultat : le conseil des ministres franco-allemand, qui se tient une à deux fois par an depuis 2003, et qui devait avoir lieu ce mercredi à Fontainebleau, a été reporté. Pour le remplacer, un tête-à-tête entre les deux chefs d'État est prévu. La tension va-t-elle encore grimper ? L'Europe a-t-elle toujours autant besoin du couple franco-allemand ? On en débat ce soir avec nos invités. Enfin, retrouvez également les chroniques de Xavier Mauduit et d'Alix Van Pée. 28 Minutes est le magazine d'actualité d'ARTE, présenté par Elisabeth Quin du lundi au vendredi à 20h05. Renaud Dély est aux commandes de l'émission le samedi. Ce podcast est coproduit par KM et ARTE Radio.   Enregistrement : 26 octobre 2022 - Présentation : Élisabeth Quin - Production : KM, ARTE Radio

InterNational
Il y a de l'eau dans le gaz entre Paris et Berlin

InterNational

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 3:58


durée : 00:03:58 - Le monde d'après - par : Jean Marc FOUR - Paris et Berlin ont annoncé cet après-midi le report à janvier du Conseil des ministres franco-allemand prévu la semaine prochaine à Fontainebleau. Officiellement il y avait des problèmes d'agenda pour certains ministres. Mais c'est plus grave que ça, il y a vraiment du rififi entre Paris et Berlin.

Un jour dans le monde
Il y a de l'eau dans le gaz entre Paris et Berlin

Un jour dans le monde

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 3:58


durée : 00:03:58 - Le monde d'après - par : Jean Marc FOUR - Paris et Berlin ont annoncé cet après-midi le report à janvier du Conseil des ministres franco-allemand prévu la semaine prochaine à Fontainebleau. Officiellement il y avait des problèmes d'agenda pour certains ministres. Mais c'est plus grave que ça, il y a vraiment du rififi entre Paris et Berlin.

360 Vegas
E-418: Puppy Power

360 Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 48:46 Very Popular


Random Vegas Las Vegas has a dog park on Fremont Street, down by the Western Casino that is home to the worlds largest functioning fire hydrant at 15 feet tall (@vitalvegas) Twitpic of the week It's all about the signage on this one for me, shared by @summacorp.  Formerly the Thunderbird, the property was rebranded Silverbird after Major Riddle purchased the property in the mid 1970s.  The marquee was built in 1978 but only existed till Dec 81 when the property closed.  It was later purchased and again, rebranded.  Its final incarnation was as the El Rancho, an attempt to revive the brand that started the strip. It didn't work and eventually the property closed, was demolished and in its place now is the Fontainebleau. News When We Were Young 2023

Into the Woods with Holly Worton
481 Corinne Kowal ~ Adventure on the Cape Wrath Trail

Into the Woods with Holly Worton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 49:05


I'm excited to introduce this week's guest, Corinne Kowal. I first discovered Corinne on Instagram, where I saw that she was planning to hike the Cape Wrath Trail, which has been on my bucket list for a couple of years now. I avidly followed her preparations for the trip, and couldn't wait to hear more once she returned. The Cape Wrath Trail is often considered to be one of Britain's most challenging trails, mostly due to its remoteness and rough terrain. I find it appealing because I love the idea of being out alone on the trails in such a wild part of the country. I hope you find this episode inspiring!   About Corinne German, born and raised in France, I have studied in NYC where I started working, moved back to Europe where I met my husband, and we have subsequently lived 11 years abroad (Berlin, Brussels and Madrid) before moving back to France. I am the mother of 3 children: 2 boys aged 12 (almost 13) and 9 and a girl who is 5 and a half. I am a self-taught interior designer and property renovation manager. I have always been a walker if not a hiker. My parents weren't very sports-inclined but the Sunday morning walk in the nearby forest was somewhat of a ritual. We used to spend holidays as children in the German pre-alps in Bavaria (between Munich and Salzburg) where we hiked up some easy paths. I took up nordic walking while living in Berlin over 10 years ago and have been able to practice it regularly since moving back to France 4 years ago. Living pretty much in the center of the Fontainebleau forest has enabled me to walk on a regular basis to prepare for the CWT.   Corinne's Links   Instagram Website Instagram   Listen To This Episode        What You'll Learn What is the Cape Wrath Trail and why you might want to do it Why it's called Britain's toughest trail How to prepare and train for the Cape Wrath Trail How Corinne overcame the logistics of taking a 3-week holiday without kids Corinne's favorite gear that she took Why you should pack zip ties for your next long-distance hike Things Corinne sent back home because she didn't need them The logistics for resupplying food on this super remote trail The most challenging things about the trail How Corinne managed navigation on the Cape Wrath Trail How Corinne “MacGyvered” a new hiking pole when hers snapped on Day 2   Things We Discussed Cape Wrath Ultra Altra Lone Peak shoes  Altra Olympus  Garmin InReach  WalkHighlands website  Cape Wrath Trail Guide Group on Facebook  Hubba Hubba MSR 2-person tent  OS Maps app  Fjallraven Classic UK    Related Episodes 407 Keith Foskett ~ Through Hiking Long-Distance Trails in the USA and Spain (now with downloadable transcript!) 376 Holly Worton ~ Long Distance Walks: Time and Space to Think and Reflect (now with downloadable transcript!) 368 Yvette Webster ~ How to Take Your Hiking to the Next Level (now with downloadable transcript!) 354 Stephen Marriott ~ The Life-changing Magic of Walking a Long-Distance Trail (now with downloadable transcript!) 359 Adam Wells ~ How To Prepare For Your First Long Distance Trail (now with downloadable transcript!)   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode.   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode.

Composer of the Week
Adolphus Hailstork (1941)

Composer of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 62:19


Donald Macleod journeys into the varied musical landscape of Adolphus Hailstork, in conversation with the composer himself. American composer Adolphus Hailstork has written in many genres ranging from orchestral and chamber, to choral, song cycles and operatic scenes. Of African-American heritage and now in his eighties, Hailstork's works have been performed by major orchestras in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia, and leading conductors have championed his music including Kurt Masur, Daniel Barenboim and Lorin Maazel. Born in 1941, his early instrumental studies included the organ, piano, violin and the voice, but it was his experience both in the Anglican Cathedral tradition, and hearing and singing spirituals, that have had a significant impact upon the development of his own musical language. For many years he's been a Professor of Music at the Old Dominion University in Norfolk, and he resides in the state of Virginia, USA. His own list of teachers is impressive, not least of all Nadia Boulanger at the American Institute at Fontainebleau. Hailstork's own reputation has been significant, and he's been called the Dean of African-American composers. Music Featured: Symphony No 3 (Vivace) The Lamb String Quartet No 3 (Moderato) Piano Sonata No 2 Symphony No 3 (Scherzo) Fanfare on Amazing Grace Three Spirituals for Orchestra Symphony No 2 (Adagio) Three Spirituals for String Trio Symphony No 1 I Will Sing of Life (Songs of Life and Love) Eight Variations on Shalom Chaverim Arabesques Whitman's Journey: I launch out on the endless seas Presented by Donald Macleod Produced by Luke Whitlock For full track listings, including artist and recording details, and to listen to the pieces featured in full (for 30 days after broadcast) head to the series page for Adolphus Hailstork (1941) https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001cgkd And you can delve into the A-Z of all the composers we've featured on Composer of the Week here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/3cjHdZlXwL7W41XGB77X3S0/composers-a-to-z

RTL Matin
Le Défi RTL - Je suis devenu guide au Château de Fontainebleau

RTL Matin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 6:54


A l'occasion des Journées européennes du patrimoine 2022, j'ai découvert la vie de château ! C'est celui de Fontainebleau (Seine-et-Marne) qui m'a ouvert ses portes, pour m'offrir une véritable formation de guide. La marque des rois et empereurs, le poids de 800 ans d'Histoire et surtout la majestuosité de ces lieux, c'est un coup à vous en laisser sans voix ! Visite presque privée, en pleins préparatifs d'un événement culturel désormais incontournable.

RMC Running
Florian Carvalho : atypique, polyvalent et nouveau champion de France de semi-marathon !

RMC Running

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 53:41


Favori avant de prendre le départ des championnats de France de semi-marathon, Florian Carvalho a été sacré à Saint-Omer : 1h03'47. C'est sa performance, celle qui lui a permis de repartir avec le titre national. Pour RMC Running cette semaine, le natif de Fontainebleau se confie à Benoît Boutron et Yohan Durand, qu'il connaît bien. Florian Carvalho reviendra sur sa course, son gabarit atypique pour un coureur de fond, sa vie d'athlète non professionnel et son objectif marathon pour Paris 2024. La séance de la semaine, elle, sera consacrée aux courses préparatoires : comment les aborder et comment les placer dans une préparation, notamment en prenant des nouvelles de Julien qui s'apprête à courir son premier marathon, le Nice-Cannes, le 30 octobre 2022 ! Cette semaine, on vous offre également 20 dossards pour la course des 20 kilomètres de Paris le 9 octobre 2022.

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 136: Dan Varian — High Angle Crimps, Silver Bullets in Finger Strength, and How to Activate Lazy Fingers

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 143:00


Dan Varian is an elite boulderer from the UK and the cofounder of Beastmaker. We talked about a finger strength test that Dan had me do, how to measure the load distribution across our fingers, silver bullets in finger strength, how to activate lazy fingers, why Dan is focusing his training on high angle crimps, his recommendations for me, and wrist training for Fontainebleau.Check out Rhino Skin Solutions!rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code “NUGGET” at checkout for 20% off your next order!And check out EP 22 with Justin Brown to learn more about how to use Rhino products!Check out Arc'teryx!arcteryx.comArc'teryx Presents: Free as Can BeCheck out Grasshopper Climbing!grasshopperclimbing.cominstagram.com/grasshopperclimbingTell them I sent you to save $500 off a fully kitted out 8'x10' Grasshopper board!  We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie CalhounBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/dan-varianNuggets:0:08:04 – Building dens out of cushions0:10:36 – Dan's resume0:13:12 – Moving from Sheffield, playing the training game with his limited time, and detail over vagueness0:18:05 – How the strength flows through your hand, and the starting point of people's training0:19:06 – Climbing as a fledgling sport, having plenty of room to improve our training quality, and Dan and Aidan's attention to detail0:20:33 – The value of training with like-minded people, and the many different rock types in the UK0:23:28 – Blunderbus vs rifle, and mentoring Aidan Roberts0:26:40 – Aidan's pinkie strength, and why the sling test is a valuable assessment tool0:32:36 – Who Adian is, and an introduction to high angle crimps0:35:49 – Silver bullets in finger strength, and specializing in specific styles0:39:25 – Clarification of the high angle crimp position0:41:34 – The sling test, and my takeaways from my results0:45:24 – Dan's interpretation of my results, and my two lazy fingers which are lacking silver bullets0:49:07 – My goals as they relate to finger training0:52:32 – My climbing background and how that explains my results0:55:36 – A pinkie mono demonstration from Dan0:59:23 – Three-finger drag, wrist movement, and different grip positions for different rock types and routes vs. boulders1:03:28 – What Dan thinks I should focus on with my finger strength for sport climbing1:04:29 – Summary of the takeaways from my finger testing, and Dan's guesses about my climbing based on the numbers1:07:09 – My pinkie in the half crimp1:10:02 – How to activate lazy fingers on the hangboard, and why the Beastmaker hangboards look the way they do1:12:35 – Dan's strength on three-finger drag, why it doesn't apply to small crimpy holds and boulders, and how we are all working on our own things1:14:56 – Dan's advice for me to strengthen my pinkies and middle fingers1:17:37 – How my finger strength compares to Dan's, and what he is working on with his finger training1:19:21 – Why Dan thinks I should train my lazy fingers on the hangboard instead of lifting off the floor1:30:24 – Dan's recommended protocol for me to activate my lazy fingers1:35:52 – Stealing ideas from arm wrestlers, and why Dan loves Fontainebleau1:38:53 – Meeting Tim Doyle in Font1:39:57 – Focusing on weaknesses vs. strengths, and trying to tick the county1:46:35 – Dan's top finger training exercise recommendation1:48:11 – Dan's thoughts on wrist training1:53:01 – Meat hooks and kneebars1:59:19 – Why Dan wishes he had focused on building an athletic foundation as a younger athlete2:03:34 – Dan's training goals, his thoughts on the campus board, and goal boulders in the Lakes2:13:13 – Potential topics for a round 2 (let us know what you want to hear more about!)2:15:02 – Dan's final thoughts on splitting the grip and waking up lazy fingers2:16:49 – Dan's goals for me with my finger training

360 Vegas
E-414: New Math

360 Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 66:57 Very Popular


Random Vegas This week it was announced that Coke will be the cola in the guns at Fontainebleau, going against the norm of Pepsi who is the brand of choice at MGM and Caesars properties, equating to about 70% of the market share (@vitalvegas) Twitpic of the week Dream like, or at least that state in between sleep and awake.  That's what this picture from @briantonyavegas makes me feel.  It's sunrise featuring the High Roller, Bally's and Paris.  The color in this is incredible.  I can almost smell the crisp morning air and hear the street sweepers.  It's a great time to be awake. News 360 Vegas WINTER Vacation  Sun Feb 26th - Monday Feb 27th

Rick Steves' Europe Video
Palaces of France

Rick Steves' Europe Video

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 13:02


France's most enchanting châteaux — among them Vaux-le-Vicomte, Chenonceau, Chambord, and Fontainebleau — lie within easy reach of Paris. For European travel information, visit https://www.ricksteves.com.

Le Cours de l'histoire
Histoires de forêts 1/4 : Tronçais, Compiègne, Fontainebleau... les forêts du Roi envoient du bois

Le Cours de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 58:36


durée : 00:58:36 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit - Les forêts royales sous l'Ancien Régime sont des réserves de chasse tout comme de bois d'œuvre, destiné en particulier à la charpenterie navale. Pourquoi Colbert initie-t-il une grande réforme des Eaux et Forêts ? Quelles résistances rencontre-t-il ? - invités : Andrée Corvol Directrice de recherche au CNRS

EntreArchitect Podcast with Mark R. LePage
EA471: Brian Messana – Messana O'Rorke and the Rizzoli Monograph

EntreArchitect Podcast with Mark R. LePage

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 52:47


https://entrearchitect.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/BrianMessanaPhotobyTerryTsiolis-scaled.jpg ()Messana O'Rorke and the Rizzoli Monograph Brian Messana trained under architects Richard Meier, Thomas Phifer, Hani Rashid, and Peter Marino, working on projects including the Canal+ Headquarters in Paris, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, and the Christian Dior Paris flagship. A graduate of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and Columbia University, he also studied abroad, in Florence, Italy, and at Les Ecoles d'Art Américaines de Fontainebleau. He has lectured on design and served on the faculties of several university architecture programs. Born and raised in Los Angeles, he currently resides in Greenwich Village with his husband, Neil Drew. Founded in 1996 by Brian Messana and Toby O'Rorke in New York City, Messana O'Rorke is renowned for crafting spaces of sublime restraint and ethereal beauty. Their process utilizes a rigorously limited palette of materials orchestrated in an architectural language of distilled boxes, blocks, and containers that emphasize the qualities of space itself rather than the things that fill it. The apparent simplicity and serenity of Messana O'Rorke's designs belie the astonishing richness and variety of the experiences they nurture. This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, Messana O'Rorke and the Rizzoli Monograph with Brian Messana. Connect with Brian online at https://www.messanaororke.com/practice (Messana O'Rorke), or find him on https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-messana-7196252/ (LinkedIn). Please visit Our Platform Sponsors http://ARCAT.com/podcast (Detailed) is an original podcast by ARCAT that features architects, engineers, builders, and manufacturers who share their insight and expertise as they highlight some of the most complex, interesting, and oddest building conditions that they have encountered… and the ingenuity it took to solve them. Listen now at http://ARCAT.com/podcast (ARCAT.com/podcast). http://EntreArchitect.com/Freshbooks (Freshbooks) is the all-in-one bookkeeping software that can save your small architecture firm both time and money by simplifying the hard parts of running your own business. Try Freshbooks for 30 days for FREE at http://EntreArchitect.com/Freshbooks (EntreArchitect.com/Freshbooks). Visit our Platform Sponsors today and thank them for supporting YOU… The EntreArchitect Community of small firm architects. Referenced in this Episode https://www.rizzoliusa.com/book/9780847872473/ (Messana O’Rorke: Building Blocks by Mayer Rus)   The post https://entrearchitect.com/podcast/entrearch/messana-ororke-and-the-rizzoli-monograph/ (EA471: Brian Messana – Messana O'Rorke and the Rizzoli Monograph) appeared first on https://entrearchitect.com (EntreArchitect // Small Firm Entrepreneur Architects).

MtM Vegas - Source for Las Vegas
MSG & Allegiant Fires, More Fontainebleau Info, Bye Bye Bally's, Caesars New Dome & Golden Steer!

MtM Vegas - Source for Las Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 23:54 Very Popular


Maximize your credit card cashback earnings and sign-up bonuses with Cash Freely a new free tool from the makers of Travel Freely. Find the best offers to travel to Vegas and anywhere else free of charge. Cash Freely (cash back cards) Travel Freely (travel rewards cards) Episode Description: As a reminder you can watch this show as well at: http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories As Cheech and Chong day descended on Las Vegas we learned more info about the new high-end shopping district that will be housed at Fontainebleau Las Vegas. We also saw both Allegiant Stadium and the MSG Sphere catch fire, but thankfully neither did a ton of damage. In other news MSG Sphere's parent company is reorganizing, Bally's letters are now gone from Las Vegas, the 50 foot showgirls are going up, Caesars Palace has unveiled their newly improved dome and a 50 year in the making art project is about to open in the Nevada desert. About the Show Each week thousands of people tune into our MtM Vegas news show at http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories and now we bring you the MtM Vegas podcast where we can spend a little more time sharing our best Vegas info, tips, reviews and stories plus talk to some of the most interesting people in Vegas.  Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at podcast@milestomemories.com.  You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or by searching "MtM Vegas" or "Miles to Memories" in your favorite podcast app. Don't forget to check out our travel/miles/points podcast as well!

Don‘t Blink Podcast
Dont Blink Podcast Episode 87 With Purple Miami

Don‘t Blink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 64:10


On this episode Uly Monster & 2nyce have the one & only Purple Miami in the building. Purple has been in the entertainment business since a teenager & has positioned himself to do great things. During this episode you'll get to know all about how Purple & His partner David Grutman single handedly took over the Famous Miami Night Life. Their company owns the restaurants Gekkō, Komodo, Swan, The Key Club, Papi Steak and Strawberry Moon. Its nightlife ventures include LIV at Fontainebleau and Story. It dont get more Miami than this right here. Ladies & Gents sit back, relax, get your pop corn & DONT BLINK !!

On Your Mark, Get Set, Grow!
Preview the 2022 Make BIG Happen Summit

On Your Mark, Get Set, Grow!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 26:12


After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, we're thrilled to be hosting the 2022 Make BIG Happen Summit from October 20-22 at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach, Florida. On today's show Heidi Smith, Chief Marketing Officer of CEO Coaching International, previews our signature event, which will be BIGGER than ever with over 500+ CEOs gathering in one place for multiple days of stimulating networking and learning. Previously, the Summit was only open to CEO Coaching International clients; however, this year the firm is welcoming applications for any qualifying CEO interested in attending. Heidi and our podcast host Steve Sanduski, also share some tips for getting the most out of a conference and reminisce about their favorite speakers at past Make BIG Happen Summits. 

Las Vegas Podcast: Five Hundy by Midnight
FHBM #842: I Hope to Never Say That Word Again

Las Vegas Podcast: Five Hundy by Midnight

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 Very Popular


Witty banter about Tropicana's future, several restaurants planned but not yet announced for Fontainebleau, more Strip outdoor dining options The post FHBM #842: I Hope to Never Say That Word Again first appeared on Five Hundy By Midnight.

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Les disparus de Fontainebleau - L'intégrale

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 39:20


Toussaint 1988, dans la forêt de Fontainebleau en Seine-et-Marne, Gilles Naudet et Anne-Sophie Vandamme disparaissent au cours d'une randonnée. Leurs corps sont retrouvés criblés de balles et cachés sous des branchages.

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Les disparus de Fontainebleau - Le récit

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:50


Toussaint 1988, dans la forêt de Fontainebleau en Seine-et-Marne, Gilles Naudet et Anne-Sophie Vandamme disparaissent au cours d'une randonnée. Leurs corps sont retrouvés criblés de balles et cachés sous des branchages.

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
The Day Show Went To Miami

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 109:58


Elvis Duran and The Morning SHow broadcast LIVE from The Fontainebleau! Why do the crazy people come out when the show has to get on an airplane!?!?! What is a stunt duck from dinner last night?? Tate McRae and Nicky Youre stop by before they take over our pool party! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Franck Ferrand raconte...
Fontainebleau et les peintres

Franck Ferrand raconte...

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 22:58


Attachons nos pas à ceux d'un des plus grands promeneurs du XIXe siècle : Denecourt, le défricheur de la forêt de Fontainebleau – et d'une certaine manière l'adversaire des peintres de Barbizon… Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Sidonie, tuée pour une épicerie - L'intégrale

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 48:00


Une affaire de 1867, sous Napoléon III. Une dame est retrouvée morte en forêt de Fontainebleau. Son nom est gravé sur la bague qu'elle porte : Marguerite-Sidonie Mertens.

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Sidonie, tuée pour une épicerie - Le récit

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 30:50


Une affaire de 1867, sous Napoléon III. Une dame est retrouvée morte en forêt de Fontainebleau. Son nom est gravé sur la bague qu'elle porte : Marguerite-Sidonie Mertens.

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 125: Zofia Reych — The Heritage of Climbing, Breaking Down Gender Roles, and What It's Like to Be Autistic

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 123:17


Zofia Reych is a Polish climber and anthropologist and author of Born to Climb. We talked about renovating their mid-18th century house in Fontainebleau, researching the book, identifying as non-binary and directing the Women's Bouldering Festival, what it's like to be autistic, key chapters in climbing's history, losing friends in the mountains, and much more.Check out Petzl!petzl.comOr find Petzl helmets at your local climbing shop!Check out Athletic Greens!athleticgreens.com/NUGGETUse this link to get a free year supply of vitamin D + 5 travel packs!Check out PhysiVantage!physivantage.com (link includes 15% off coupon)Use code "NUGGET15" at checkout for 15% off your next order!Check out Crimpd!crimpd.comOr download the Crimpd app! (Available for iOS and Android)We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie CalhounBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/zofia-reychNuggets:0:06:05 – Getting back from bouldering0:08:19 – Zofia's 240+-year-old house in Fontainebleau, and fixing the leaking toilet0:11:31 – 12th-century castles, and what will be left of our civilization in 700 years0:12:45 – Growing up in Poland, and living and bouldering in Fontainebleau0:16:30 – Expecting to get better at climbing by living in Font, and my (Steven's) experience with the 9-5 grind0:18:27 – Our education system in the US, having direction, and Zofia's fascination with people who start things very young0:20:09 – Zofia's mom, piano, and romanticizing about having a single focus in life0:22:02 – The immersive process of writing a book, and the impact on Zofia's climbing0:25:26 – Negative vs. positive motivation0:28:27 – The cycle of falling in love with climbing, feeling drive, pushing hard, and forgetting why we fell in love with it in the first place0:30:05 – “Don't push it.”0:30:53 – Why Zofia felt like she needed to write Born to Climb0:32:00 – An overview of the book0:36:14 – Doing research for the book0:40:38 – Zofia's master's thesis, and why it feels outdated0:44:15 – Zofia's gender identity (they/them), and being the director of a women's bouldering festival0:48:13 – Zofia's Instagram post about gender identity (see show notes for link)0:51:01 – “There shouldn't be one recipe for how to be a human.”0:53:21 – Autism, and using an inner formula to have conversations like this one0:55:35 – Acting0:58:31 – What Zofia is like when she is alone or with her mom, being childlike without filters, and dancing in public1:01:35 – Stimming (stimulating)1:02:18 – Being diagnosed with autism at age 31, and how that has changed Zofia's life experience1:04:43 – Being introverted in a society that rewards extroversion, and telling your life story to someone you meet in an elevator1:11:16 – What Zofia does to recharge1:12:35 – Climbing alone vs. with a group1:17:58 – The scope of Born to Climb, stories from the mid-14th century hill walking, how polar exploration influenced climbing in the Alps, and climbing's elitist roots1:24:35 – On Stolen Land, and the uncomfortable history of Yosemite1:33:21 – Loss in climbing, the fragility of being human, and exposing ourselves to risk1:43:40 – Being responsible for your own safety, and feeling empowered1:45:55 – TrueBlue1:46:57 – Why writing the last chapter of the book was the most difficult part1:49:56 – What Zofia hopes readers take away from Born to Climb, and being a tiny spec on the timeline1:53:00 – The existential sandwich1:54:32 – Who should read Born to Climb, and where to buy it (see links in show notes)1:58:21 – Time for a nap