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Slappin' Glass is joined by the Head Coach of Medi Bayreuth in Germany's BBL, Raoul Korner. The trio dive into the areas of peer leadership, the in's and out's of Hedging the PNR, maintain midseason focus, and talk stopping a run, post passing and much more during the always fun "Start, Sub, or Sit?!"To join coaches and staffs from over 20 countries who're benefiting from SG Plus this year, visit HERE.
We are a group of queer and racially diverse craft artists who work in each of the traditional mediums (clay, glass, metals, wood, and textiles). With Craft Equity, we want to provide a space of healing and support and sharing. This account is for people who have been harmed: people who have never spoken of how they were mistreated and people who have spoken out only to be disbelieved or dismissed. It is also for people who have been sheltered from harm, so that they can see all facets of the craft community (good and bad), and for people who have (knowingly or unwittingly) perpetrated harm, so that they can learn from these shared stories of trauma. Please visit Craft Equity on Instagram and the Website.
Studio Glass pioneer Sidney Hutter creates three-dimensional sculptural objects in which the intersection of form, glass, color and light unite to create works of art with an amazing and ever-changing spectrum of color, reflection, and refraction. Transformed from industrial plate glass into beautiful objects, Hutter's iconic non-functional vessel sculptures read more like “three-dimensional paintings.” Hutter states: “As a glass sculptor, my interest is in the effects of light reflecting and refracting off and through glass. By laminating layers of glass, I am able to emphasize and manipulate the effects of light using color, shape and surface treatments.” After a fire temporarily closed the glassblowing studio during his second year in the graduate glass program at the Massachusetts College of Art, Hutter developed his layered and coldworked vessels. In the late 1970s, he was in the unique position of creating art uninhibited by financial pressures. The artist immersed himself in the idea of making large-scale glass sculptures based on historical glass research and influenced by his interest in architecture and work by his hero, David Smith. He focused on the creation of his Plate Glass Vase series, with which he entered the gallery world. Hutter says: “Now, 40 years later, it is inspiring to look back at the complex and unique pieces created during that time of freedom and ultimate creativity.” Post-graduation, Hutter became an instructor at Massachusetts College of Art, Boston University and in Boston Public Schools. In 1980, he founded Sidney Hutter Glass & Light in Boston and later moved his studio to its current location in Newton, Massachusetts. There, he continues to create sculptures which combine fine art and glass craft with commercial processes used in architectural glass, adhesive and pigment industries. During the heyday of Studio Glass, Hutter's art and process became increasingly more technical. In response, he co-designed and fabricated machines to help make his work more efficient. His interests in glass, ultraviolet light and adhesive technology, and pigment applications have taken him around the country – attending conferences and researching the latest advancements in those fields. Through conversations with industry leaders, he has been able to adapt commercial processes to his studio practice and create landscapes of color between layers of glass. Hutter's work is represented by the country's finest galleries and included in numerous private and public collections as well as major museums in the US, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Museum of Art and Design in New York and the Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC. In 1993, White House Vase #1 became part of the White House Craft Collection. The artist has created commercial projects for the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Hong Kong, the Hyatt on Collins in Melbourne, Australia, as well as for the Pittsburgh Gateway Hilton and the Righa Royal Hotel in Osaka, Japan, to name just a few. With a career spanning more than four decades, Hutter has been an eyewitness to the changes in Studio Glass. In this conversation, he contemplates a shift in focus to include more lighting projects in his studio practice and reflects on advancing technology, economic highs and lows, and the ever-shifting interests of collectors and galleries. Throughout the years, Hutter has developed a unique design style – influenced and cultivated from his passion for art and architecture and melded with his interest in the commercial glass and adhesive technology industries. He adapted information, materials, and equipment into a unique studio practice, which contributed greatly to the glass art movement. His work will be on view in a spectacular collaborative show, Masters of Modern Glass, at Shaw Gallery, in Naples, Florida, with Richard Royal, Toland Sand, Rick Eggert, Tom Marosz, and Alex Bernstein. It opens March 3, 2022.
Get It Before You Get It (Session 4 of 4) Instructor: Zenja GlassEnjoy my FREE 4-day class that teaches you how to get what's yours in the spiritual BEFORE you get it in the physical. Don't forget to do your homework assignment!Where to Find Me: Join My Community. Text: (+1) 847-648-9118TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@zenjaglassInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ZenjaGlassWebsite: https://www.UnlockingGreatness.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/zenjaglass.fb Twitter: https://twitter.com/zenjaglass Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ZenjaGlassPins
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq29v4cx7n0 Key Talking Points Thoughts that daughters bring to the table- being an employee, not a ‘favorite,' earn respect from peers (testing period), don't be reactionary Learning to keep the status quo of the business and community while continuing to make improvements and grow Pop By Marketing- popcorn and coupon to local businesses Role definition prior to transition Transitional period and length- be prepared Encouraging respect Making the business your own- bringing a different perspective Transitioning daughter to be the face of the business- 60% of repairs are purchased by females Fluid trust- with customers and between father/daughter team, trusting employees to decide Be open to asking questions and have thick skin Lauren attended peer group meeting with her father which opened her perspective and realized she wanted to join the industry Be a learner. Everything is figure-out-able! Connect with the show: http://aftermarketradionetwork.com (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partners: This episode is brought to you by Shop-Ware Shop Management. It's time to run your business at its fullest potential with the industry's leading technology. Shop-Ware Shop Management will increase your efficiency with lightning-fast workflows, help your staff capture more sales every day, and create very happy customers who promote your business. Shops running Shop-Ware have More Time and generate More Profit—join them! Schedule a free live demonstration and find out how 30 minutes can transform your shop at https://getshopware.com/ (getshopware.com) Are you seeing auto shops in your area get hundreds of 5-star Google reviews and are you feeling left behind because your shop only has a few? Hey look, Broadly is your answer to getting more online reviews. With more reviews, your business will rank higher in search results — and that means more customers coming into your shop every day. Broadly helps you automatically request reviews so that your customers can promote your business with just one click. When you immediately ask for a review after service, when the experience is still fresh in their mind, you're more likely to get a 5-star positive review. Plus, asking for feedback makes your customer feel valued and more connected to your business. Isn't that what you want a connected customer? See how Broadly can help grow your auto shop. Visit http://www.getbroadly.com/chat (www.getbroadly.com/chat) to learn more. The Panel Ashlan Kaplan, General Manager, Cannon Auto Repair, Cannon Falls, MN. Ashlan is Rich's daughter and has been around the shop since she was a kid. She enjoys continuing to learn all about the automotive business and looks forward to helping it grow and serve our local community for years to come! Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her husband, two kids: Lincoln and Sophie and two fur babies Simba and Nala. Listen to Ashlan's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22ashlan+kaplan%22 (HERE) Rich Udenberg, Owner, Cannon Auto Repair, Cannon Falls, MN. Rich Udenberg brings 45 years of experience to the trade and our service personnel has over 45 years of experience in the industry. Lauren Anderson, Executive Assistant, Victory Auto Service, 9 Locations, MN. Listen to Lauren's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22lauren+anderson%22 (HERE) Jeff Matt, Owner, Victory Auto Service, 9 Locations, MN. Jeff founded Victory Auto Service & Glass with a commitment to...
Omer Glass is CEO and cofounder of GrowthSpace, the world's leading employee development platform. GrowthSpace was founded on the belief that the future of learning and development is data driven, measurable, and personalized for every employee. Prior to GrowthSpace, Omer was Management Consultant at Shaldor, one of Israel's leading management consultancies. He is also the chairman of Hands of Light, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting ALS and cancer patients. He is Marcel Schwantes' guest this week on Love In Action. GrowthSpace is a platform that connects thousands of people with over 1000 experts from over 40 different countries. Its goal is to help clients achieve the ultimate development opportunity by matching them with the right expert who specializes in their intended area of growth. Omer shares how GrowthSpace helps scale employee development. [4:39] Marcel asks Omer to talk about the inspiration behind GrowthSpace. “[The company I was working for] got acquired by another company and people were leaving… [the CEO] did surveys to understand why and [discovered] that people didn't feel like they had enough employment development opportunities… so [my cofounder and I] basically said ‘let's create [a tool] for employee development,'” Omer responds. [9:14] “In business, especially startups, if you think you know everything, you will fail eventually,” Omer advises. “In order to really succeed, we need to grow. If you're not open to feedback, your product will be bad. As an executive, you will not feed the next stage if you are not open to feedback,” he adds. [14:08] Data is the source of truth, Omer says. As a company driven by values of growth and care, GrowthSpace is dedicated to making an impact. They determine whether they succeed in that goal by using data to get to the truth. Additionally, Omer embodies the phrase ‘strong opinions, loosely held.' Growth is the priority, so if his employees have opinions or ideas that are better suited for getting to the truth, he'll favor those ideas over his. [18:42] Marcel asks Omer what he thinks is causing the Great Resignation. “It's a combination of three things,” Omer claims. “Number one is the COVID-19 crisis: people were afraid to be laid off, so if they had a job, they'd just keep it; when the crisis was over, a lot of people that should have left their job [hadn't done it]. Number two is the demand for talent; where there is a high demand, the conditions are better, so people are looking for better opportunities. [Number three is the] generation shift; people are less patient in environments where they cannot express themselves fully.” [23:27] “Resignation is a symptom of something wrong,” Omer adds. “Sometimes people just want to leave, which is okay. Sometimes you don't get enough opportunities where you are, which is also okay. But if the culture is good, you're investing in your people, and you create a culture of openness and transparency rather than fear, people will stay, and you will retain your talent.” [26:45] “The question you need to ask yourself [as a leader] facing any situation with your employees is: ‘What can I do in order for them to succeed?'” Omer shares. “You need to focus on what [each employee] needs for them to understand you.” [28:43] Resources Omer Glass on LinkedIn
Get It Before You Get It (Session 3 of 4) Instructor: Zenja GlassEnjoy my FREE 4-day class that teaches you how to get what's yours in the spiritual BEFORE you get it in the physical. Don't forget to do your homework assignment!Where to Find Me: Join My Community. Text: (+1) 847-648-9118TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@zenjaglassInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ZenjaGlassWebsite: https://www.UnlockingGreatness.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/zenjaglass.fb Twitter: https://twitter.com/zenjaglass Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ZenjaGlassPins
Get It Before You Get It (Session 2 of 4) Instructor: Zenja GlassEnjoy my FREE 4-day class that teaches you how to get what's yours in the spiritual BEFORE you get it in the physical. Don't forget to do your homework assignment!Where to Find Me: Join My Community. Text: (+1) 847-648-9118TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@zenjaglassInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ZenjaGlassWebsite: https://www.UnlockingGreatness.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/zenjaglass.fb Twitter: https://twitter.com/zenjaglass Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ZenjaGlassPins
Season 2 of the Pandemic brought on a nationwide phenomenon known as The Great Resignation where MILLIONS of Americans either switched or quit their jobs..or have been thinking very hard about it. In this episode, the Gen Z hosts of Bamboo & Glass Podcast Da Eun Kim and Sophia Sun join Millennial big sis Minji to talk about their perspectives on how and why this may be happening. Together they share from their respective fields of healthcare, tech, grassroots non-profits, creative freelance, and the film industry. They also touch upon how things are shifting and how they themselves have been impacted by these changes. They breakdown society's evolving ideas of progress, success, and passion, and how the pandemic has created life-changing moments to pause and reflect on our priorities. Links:Burnout tweet hereStatus Quo tweet here Follow Minji On:Twitter (@minjeeeezy)Instagram (@minjeezy)Clubhouse (@MinjiChang)▫️ Music featured in this episode include "Uzutrap" by Uzuhan and “Okay?” by Rianjali▫️ Follow the show on Instagram and Twitter and support our Patreon▫️ This podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast CollectiveProduced by @marvinyueh & @AnnaSunSupported by @JulianaDeer00:00:00 - [Patreon & other ways to support the show!]00:00:34 - Intro the topic + guests00:06:52 - Respective career journeys 00:13:46 - What Is the “The Great Resignation”00:21:21 - Has anyone figured out work life balance?00:27:59 - The grass is not always greener00:33:03 - Should I stay? Or should I go? 00:39:51 - BREAK - [Modern Minorities Podcast]00:41:10 - Peers who have switched/ resigned 00:51:08 - Older generations respond to their choices 01:00:20 - Redefining success01:07:01 - Burnout v Exploitation 01:16:34 - FOA Questions for our guests! 01:20:18 - Outro + New Music [Okay? By: Rianjali] 01:22:57 - [Books & Boba Podcast]
Featuring: Michael “Boston” Hannon Paul “Moonpir” Carver-Smith Running Time: 1:13:25 Video Version: YouTube For this episode we finish up our Eastrail trilogy by putting it all together. We figure out some names, have a fight we've been waiting for, try to bomb a building, and figure out how it all ends. Applause sound effect from SoundBible Royalty free music from https://www.fesliyanstudios.com Become a patron of TVGP for just a few dollars a month at E1M1's Patreon Page! Get two month early access to Critical Misses, uncensored outtakes, and much more for just $5/month!
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New year, new huge series project! We begin our coverage of Sarah J Maas's THRONE OF GLASS series with the first two books: THRONE OF GLASS and CROWN OF MIDNIGHT! We talk confident heroines, love triangles, problematic representation, and so much more! We're approaching this series a little differently than we have other series in the past; following this episode we will (typically) be covering one THRONE OF GLASS book per month, with one non-ToG book thrown in to round out our content -- this way, we get to play in this sandbox a little longer, and we'll have other book coverage out there for those that don't want to take this particular journey with us (though, we highly recommend you do!!). Please also note that we will be including a spoiler section for our ToG episode, so if you're reading along for the first time, you're good to listen to most of the episode - we'll let you know when we're about to wade into spoiler territory. Stick around til the end where we announce what we're covering in the next couple episodes, and don't forget to rate and review us on iTunes! As always, thanks to Martha Riley for our art and Djempirical for our music. Find us on the internet if you like: www.actyaage.com firstname.lastname@example.org instagram.com/actyaage twitter.com/actyaage Find Corinne at instagram.com/rinne_reads Find Tasia at instagram.com/rageycakes Mentions: These Hollow Vows by Lexi Ryan When You Get The Chance by Emma Lord The Widow Of Rose House by Diana Biller Station Eleven on HBO Max (based on the book by Emily St John Mandel)
In today's show, Tessa, Bill, and Reuben talk about the hazardous locations for glass windows. Reuben shares the hazardous places to install glass and discusses the use of tempered glass and safety film for glasses. Bill confirms that using safety films is more cost-effective than replacing broken windows and sash. Tessa agrees that commercial establishments and other high-traffic areas should use tempered and safety glass. Reuben talks about the 4 criteria that must be observed in the installation. He mentions Chapter 3, section 8 (1-4), of the International Residential Code includes the locations where safety glazing is necessary. They also talk about using glass windows on walk-in surfaces, stairwells, patio doors, showers, and bathtub areas, Tessa shares that home inspectors are not code officials. They highlight that recommendations in inspection reports are not defects but optional safety upgrades.
Synopsis When TIME magazine chose Albert Einstein as their Millennium “Person of the Century” in 1999, their profile catalogued his achievements in physics and philosophy but made no mention of Einstein's interest in music – or music's interest in him. That's where we come in. In addition to being a brilliant thinker, Einstein was a talented amateur violinist. On this day in 1934, he even performed the second violin part of Bach's Double Concerto at a private recital in New York to raise money for scientists who had suffered at the hands of Hitler. So, was Einstein any good? After that concert, the “Musical America” critic wrote, “The press had been asked not to criticize Professor Einstein's playing. Unofficially, however, they confessed to being impressed. He played, according to their report, as all great artists play, with ‘technique,' ‘expression' and a complete absorption in his music.” And Einstein himself has inspired more than a few musical works. The 1976 opera “Einstein on the Beach” by Philip Glass, for example, features a solo violinist dressed as Einstein who wanders in and out of scenes. Music from Glass's opera was quoted as an in-joke during a TV commercial showing Einstein trying to choose between Coke and Pepsi. Music Played in Today's Program Philip Glass (b. 1937) — Cadenza, from Einstein on the Beach (Philip Glass Ensemble; Michael Riesman, cond.) Nonesuch 79323
In 1897, when The Judson Studios was established in Los Angeles by the painter and professor William Lees Judson and his three sons, they could have never imagined the scope of the work their studio would produce in the 21stcentury. Under the direction of David Judson, Lees' great-great grandson, every project is approached with a cutting-edge sensibility and technological savvy, whether the client is a boutique hotel or a historic cathedral. Helmed by Walter Horace, the eldest of Lees' sons and a stained glass expert, Judson Studios thrived from the start, beautifying the booming metropolis of Los Angeles with works that represented the best in traditional and modern design. Today, Judson is the oldest family-run stained glass studio in America, still proudly offering an exquisite, handcrafted product made by local artisans, and continuing to serve the community that has sustained them through the decades. Located in the Highland Park section of northeast LA, the studio was founded in the Mott Alley section of downtown in the mid-1890s, but moved to its current location in 1920. The Judson Studios building was named a Historic-Cultural Landmark by the City of Los Angeles in 1969 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. In April of 2017 Judson Studios' Resurrection Window, the largest single composition fused glass window in the world, was dedicated. Created for the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas, the groundbreaking work measures 37 feet tall by 93 feet wide. For the ambitious project, Judson Studios collaborated with world-renowned artist Narcissus Quagliata to bring then Judson designer Tim Carey's vision to life. This represented the first time a notable liturgical window was created entirely from fused glass. To accomplish the daunting task of producing this first ever fused window wall, Judson Studios expanded from their workspace in Highland Park to a new addition in South Pasadena. More than 5,000 square feet of modern factory and kiln capabilities enabled the studio, with Quagliata's assistance, to complete their most challenging commission to date. The changes necessary for the creation of The Resurrection window have completely expanded and redefined the studio's offerings and capabilities, allowing Judson Studios to take on more work in fused glass and to collaborate with artists who don't normally work in glass. As Director of Innovation, Quagliata works with the studio to further develop capabilities in fusing while also helping to guide Judsons' growing artist development program. Recent collaborative projects include: the Santa Clarita Fire Station 104 by Anne-Elizabeth Sobieski, commissioned by the Los Angeles County Public Arts Commission in 2020; “Embracing the World,” by Amir H. Fallah, was one of the studio's first artist collaborations in its new fusing studio in 2017; “The Muralist, ”by David Flores. Judson Studios took a design by Flores and translated it into a stained and fused glass panel. The work was displayed as part of his solo show at Sullivan Goss Gallery in Santa Barbara, California, in October of 2017; “Portals,” by James Jean, includes three panels titled “Portal Verso,” “Portal Interior,” and “Portal Recto.” Judson Studios took designs from Jean and crafted them into a stained and fused glass triptych. The work was displayed as part of his solo gallery show Azimuth at Kaikai Kiki Gallery in Tokyo, Japan, in April of 2018. Judson's 2019 collaboration with Jean titled “Gaia” is a nearly 8-foot-tall, three-dimensional crystal made entirely of fused glass and bound with lead in a custom steel frame. The piece was displayed at another of Jean's gallery exhibitions, this time at Lotte Museum in Seoul, South Korea. To commemorate the studio's expansion and growth, Judson Studios along with Angel City Press recently released a new book, JUDSON: Innovation in Stained Glass, the first book of its kind to chronicle the studio's remarkable five-generation history. From the earliest days of the studio during the Arts and Crafts Movement, to the newly refined fused stained glass used in today's contemporary buildings, Judson Studios has been recognized internationally as among the world's finest in stained glass artistry. You can pick up your copy today by clicking here. Current president David Judson is the fifth generation Judson family member to own and operate the Studios. A supporter of the arts like his great-great grandfather William Lees, David believes in maintaining a workplace that fosters creative expression. The Studio has hosted on-site art exhibitions, and its staff includes a diverse group of artists who bring fresh eyes to this meticulous process.
2022 is just two weeks underway, other people are joining me in no longer saying Happy New Year, the NFL playoffs are finally starting (a week later than ever before), and the college football champion has been declared. Coming into the new year was the time to forecast what we expected for the year – but now, we are actually in it. And speaking of those forecasts, I will keep the white paper in front of you here. But I think we are due for a little update on a few big macro issues, so update you we will. From the glorious spot of the 2022 TBG offsite where our entire team has spent the last day and a half meticulously working on improving our business (in some really significant ways, I will add), today's Dividend Cafe covers a lot of bases. I have written ad nauseum about the fact that much of what we discuss when we discuss macroeconomic outlook is really about the state of debt in our economy. Much of what we think and ponder about the Fed comes down to debt considerations. There is much to evaluate on the periphery, but debt levels sit at the middle of a lot of these peripheral concerns, and I will tell you that I am seeing more and more people make truly faulty assumptions that I believe are headed to a bad place. This is a topic that will illuminate and inform your understanding of many things, and the only place I know to do it is in the Dividend Cafe. Links mentioned in this episode: DividendCafe.com TheBahnsenGroup.com
In this episode, Jon opens up about starting his day with a glass of water – his first morning habit that sets his day off on a healthy and successful note. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/540
Slappin' Glass sits down former NBA Assistant Coach under Jerry Sloan during the Stockton/Malone era, Gordie Chiesa. The trio dive into the areas of half-court execution, "real-world" coaching conversations, and we talk scorers off the bench, shots that kill your offense, and the best "Chieisms" during the always fun "Start, Sub, or Sit?!".To join the hundreds of coaches and staffs from around the world who became members of SG Plus this past year, find out all that's entailed HERE.
Hear Peter discuss:How he got hooked on reading and when he knew he wanted to be an author. Why Earnest Hemmingway led him to college. What made him decide to go on his own and start Chilidog Press LLC in 2003? The struggles of getting a book published. Insight into book: “Cincinnati: For Pete's Sake” and the story behind his publication: “Behind the Lines: The Untold Story of the Cincinnati Riots”.Extensive talks about his 2021 Book: “Forbidden Fruit-Sin City's Underworld & The Supper Club Inferno.” This story includes the mob, hookers, murders, dirty cops, corrupt politicians, and goes as high up as the FBI and The White House!What has he learned since starting Chilidog Press? Links:Chilidog Press: https://www.chilidogpress.com/Get Autographed Copies of Peter's Books: https://www.chilidogpress.com/bookstore Before the Lights Website: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beforethelightspodcast/Become a BTL Member: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/member-areasBuy Tommy a Glass of Wine: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=94FXFEN6E2MB2
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Grief and Guilt...Where to Find Me: Join My Community. Text: (+1) 847-648-9118TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@zenjaglassInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ZenjaGlassWebsite: https://www.UnlockingGreatness.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/zenjaglass.fb Twitter: https://twitter.com/zenjaglass Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ZenjaGlassPinsListen to Unlocking Greatness Podcast with Zenja Glass on your favorite streaming platform! Now available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music/Audible, and More. Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7jZbkLgfFnHRvPHla7M86G Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/unlocking-greatness-podcast-with-zenja-glass/id1532121594 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xMzU2NTU5LnJzcw== Amazon Music/Audible: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/37146d65-e95e-419f-a158-064470d9a28c/Unlocking-Greatness-Podcast-with-Zenja-Glass?ref=dm_wcp_pp_link_pr_sMuch luv to you all,Z. Glass
Dorian does some soul searching while Celaena starts to spiral about the imminent duels. All of the endless training, brutal murders and stress has led to this…the duels! Kaltain freelances as a bartender with a fabulous robe. After a truly inspiring speech by the King, the duels commence and no one is surprised when Cain bests Renault in under 3 minutes. Next up: Celaena v. Grave. Place your bets.
Today's episode is a bit touch and go as we tiptoe around a possibly controversial individual's contribution to violent screechy hardcore - Hamilton, Ontario's very brief blasters EATING GLASS featuring a number of upside down crosses. Also a brief return to Border Boss content as we inhale the deep salinity of Taco Bell's temporary chicken wings.
Grant Garmezy: Elevating Sculpted Glass to Narrative Work With a passion for hot sculpting animals in glass, Grant Garmezy perfected his ability to capture not only form, but expression and movement, elevating each piece from just sculpture into a narrative work of art. From his Dragon Ranch in Richmond, Virginia, the artist continues to draw inspiration from the environment of the American South. Says Garmezy: “Nature is truly perfect in its creation—impossible to reproduce. I do not strive to recreate the natural world exactly; instead, I try to capture the essence of the animal I am sculpting, not only in its physical features, but also its attitude and spirit.” Garmezy's work is created through the process of off-hand sculpting, meaning he sculpts the glass freehand while it is heated to about 2,000 degrees. Using an extremely hot torch and a variety of hand tools, the glass is manipulated without the use of molds. For that reason, each and every piece is truly unique. The artist works with at least one assistant, but most of the work requires the help of an entire team of skilled artists. Born on a farm outside Nashville, Tennessee, Garmezy began his artistic career as an apprentice to metal and jewelry fabricator, Ben Caldwell. In 2003, he traveled to Richmond, Virginia, to pursue a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). While in the Craft/Material Studies program, he studied under Jack Wax, a furnace worker, and flameworker, Emilio Santini. Garmezy received the 10 Under 10 award from his alma mater, honoring 10 noteworthy and distinctive alumni of VCU who graduated in the past decade. In 2008, Garmezy was awarded the International North Lands Creative Glass Residency in Scotland. While there, he was presented with the Benno Schotz Award through The Royal Scottish Academy for most promising young sculptor in the UK. In 2010, the artist served as teaching assistant for Karen Willenbrink and Jasen Johnsen at Pilchuck Glass School and the following year was awarded a position as an assistant at the new Chrysler Museum of Art Perry Glass Studio. During his time in Norfolk, he helped to break in the new studio and had a hand in shaping it into what it is today. In July 2013, Garmezy was invited back to Norfolk as the featured artist for a Third Thursday performance at the Perry Glass Studio. At the conclusion of the evening, Grant surprised now wife Erin—and the entire audience—by taking a knee and proposing marriage to her. The special moment was very fitting to their relationship and is fondly remembered by all who were there to witness it. The husband-and-wife team returned to the Perry Glass Studio in September 2020 for the Visiting Artist Series, where they focused on a new series of works featuring reptiles and snakes coupled with sculpted flowers. The pastoral environment of Garmezy's youth— specifically interactions with livestock, wildlife, and natural settings—manifests in collaborative sculptures with Erin, which are typically pairings of flora and fauna. Erin moved from blowing glass vessels at the furnace to sculpting glass plant life on a torch when she studied with VCU professor Santini, and later Robert Mickelsen and David Willis. Having traveled as far as the Northlands of Scotland, and Seoul, South Korea, to demonstrate his craft, Garmezy has studied with Scott Darlington, Ross Richmond, Martin Janecky, Raven Skyriver, Marc Petrovic, Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen and Jasen Johnsen. He has been invited to exhibit his work all over the world, including Seoul, Edinburgh, Prague, Paris, and Istanbul. Upcoming 2022 workshops will take place at the Toledo Museum of Art, May 9 – 13 https://www.toledomuseum.org/master-class and at the Glass Furnace in Istanbul, May 30 – June 9 https://www.glassfurnace.org/intensives-workshops-2/ In 2020, Garmezy embarked on the most ambitious project of his career – hot sculpting 200 glass dragons for Kugler color company in Germany. Kugler hand-crafts a wide range of colored glass based on recipes passed on for generations. Garmezy and Kugler worked together with Hot Glass Color Supply to design a new color reference chart. A glass color chart is a reference that shows examples of what each glass color looks like. It is a resource for glass artists to help them choose the correct colors for their projects. As a sculptor, Garmezy always wished for a resource that showed more than one way the color can be used. The goal was to create a chart that demonstrated the bar color encased and blown, as well as powder color applied to the surface of the glass and sculpted. Says Garmezy: “I created one dragon sculpture for each of the colors on the poster. It was important that each dragon head was a similar size and style, but each completely unique. This color chart will give both blowers and sculptors a good idea of the potential of each color. We chose the image of the dragon because dragon imagery can be found in cultures around the world, and its symbolism brings to mind good luck, fortune, wisdom and strength – things we wish for all glass artists out there.”
Have you ever felt broken or shattered? In this episode hear how Your life can sometimes be like glass Fragile, and beautiful, and sometimes broken and shattered and how you can use your brokenness to transform your life into something beautiful! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davina-smith4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davina-smith4/support
Tonight I am pleased to be joined once again by Dr. Andrew Logan DVM. We talk about how to identify bacterial infections in amphibians and some of the treatment options available. We also discuss what to expect during a routine health check and we finish off with a discussion on glass frog care.
Slappin' Glass kicks off 2022 with a fun and insightful episode with Australian Men's National Team and Illawarra Head Coach, Brian Goorjian. The all-time winningest coach in Australian's NBL dives into the areas of building culture, gaining trust and buy-in, transition defense, aggressive PNR coverages, and during the always fun "Start, Sub, or Sit?" discuss "Pistol Action", "Drag Screens", and cracking a couple beers. Join coaches and staffs from every level in over 20 different countries by becoming a member of SG Plus HERE.
(1/6/21) Sunset in a Glass: Adventures of a Food and Wine Road Warrior is a collection of true stories from Spanish culinary and travel authority Gerry Dawes, a recipient of Spain's esteemed Spain's National Gastronomy Award. From sharing tables with icons like Anthony Bourdain, James Earl Jones or Keith Hernandez to sitting down with the county's greatest chefs and winemakers, join us for a look back at Gerry's decades of experiencing all of Spain's wonders in this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI.
On this mega episode of the Notorious Scoundrels, Kyle and Jay are joined by Evan Paul to tier rank Empire units based on their canon accuracy and we talk to Keegan Evans of 6up Supply about Invader League and Judging.
Welcome everybody to a new year with plenty of amazing guests ahead on the Lit & Lucid Podcast. We are starting this year off with Chris Piazza, Founder of CannaDevices. CannaDevices is a glass distribution company that was started in 2018. Today the company is supplying many of the largest dispensaries in the US including 10 publicly traded cannabis companies. We talk to Chris about how his passion for glass blowing starting and what it takes to work in production glass. Chris explains that CannaDevices was started from his own experience as an artist and the need to offer consistent work to those in the industry. Today CannaDevice's glassblowing efforts are 100% U.S. based. Chris provides insight into what that means supporting local artists through CannaDevices and how consumers can spot an American-made glass piece. We finish the show talking about Startup Syndicate, non-profit where Chris is a founding member offering entrepreneurs tools and capital to start their new business. Tune in to E.146 to finally hear from a glassblower! This is a good one. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lit-and-lucid/support
After a weekend in Miami, Kanye West and his new "girlfriend" Julia Fox have in New York City, the media capital off the world, to make sure they are noticed by Kim. Andy Cohen stuck by his behavior after he went on an alcohol-fueled rant during CNN's broadcast. Britney Spears rang in the new year by enjoying a glass of red wine — her first in more than a decade. Rob is joined by the charming Marc Lupo to discuss the latest dish. Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On today's ID the Future, biologist Jonathan Wells and host Eric Anderson discuss a recently discovered problem with the famous Miller-Urey experiment, long ballyhooed in biology textbooks as dramatic experimental evidence for the naturalistic origin of life. The newly uncovered problem involves the glassware used in the experiment. It is an interesting finding, but as Wells explains, it is far from the first problem discovered with the experiment, nor the most serious one. While biology textbooks often present the 1952 experiment by Stanley Miller and Harold Urey as a key icon of evolution, even those origin-of-life researchers who hope to one day to discover a credible naturalistic scenario for the origin of the first living cell concede that the experiment Read More › Source
Roads are one of the defining features of modern civilizations, believe it or not. To me and I think most others, the state of the roads in a country gives an idea of the level of development. It does not surprise then that chemistry features quite heavily in how we make roads. A request from a listener, I explore in this episode the chemistry of bitumen and the physical properties needed for a good road. This podcast is still not reactivated, but if you have a topic that you are interested in and do not mind an extended waiting time until I get round to it, drop me a mail under firstname.lastname@example.org . Sources Background Information Polymer Chemistry, An Introduction Malcolm P. Stevens, 3rd Ed. Oxford University Press, 1999; ISBN 978-0-19-512444-6 pp. 70ff & 87ff https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asphalt https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asphalt_(Geologie) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asphalt_concrete https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asphalt Polymer-modified Bitumen https://www.researchgate.net/publication/262691923_Polymer_modified_bitumen_Optimization_and_selection http://oxidizedbitumen.org/primer-bitumen/asphalt-polymer https://www.corrosionpedia.com/definition/3215/polymer-modified-bitumen-pmb https://globecore.com/bitumen-modification-polymers/ https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B9780857090485500018 https://bitumen.globecore.com/use-polymer-bitumen-binders-road-construction Glass Transition Temperature https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glass_transition https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glas%C3%BCbergangstemperatur Grundlagenvideo Asphalt-Straßenbau https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeMeZy9ayV8 Intro Video to Bitumen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q39vKdNuJKQ How much bitumen per kilometer of road https://saharabizz.com/how-much-bitumen-used-in-road-construction-per-kilometre/ Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene Polymer in Asphalt https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/engineering/styrene-butadiene-styrene Video: Bier während der Arbeit? Welche Klischees über Straßenbauarbeiter stimmen? | Galileo | ProSieben 2:59 „Alle 15 Jahre muss ein Straßenbelag erneuert werden…“ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpQ7ohsN2pg
101 Dimensions curated by Anthony Rowsick, January 2022:1. Keith Emerson – And Then January; Pictures at an Exhibition; and Abaddon's Bolero Orchestral (18:58) (from the album Off the Shelf, 2006)2. Richard Barbieri – Nevada; Fear and Trembling; and Light on Glass (17:22) (from the album Things Buried, 2004)3. Jon Lord – Window: 1st Movement – Renga; 2nd Movement – Gemini; and 3rd Movement – Alla Marcia; Allegro (32:15) (from the album Windows, 1974)4. Darkroom – Amor Mundi; The Last Sense to Fade; and A Year On Saturn (37:43) (from the album The Last Sense to Fade, 2021)
This episode of the Networking Rx Minute with Frank Agin (http://frankagin.com) reminds you to not just be optimistic, but to know you can change things no matter what. For more great insight on professional relationships and business networking visit https://www.amspirit.com/blog/ or contact Frank Agin at email@example.com.
Before the rise in Internet shopping it was common for stores to display their most prized products in large glass displays facing the street outside their shop. It was meant to draw the attention of those who passed by and entice them to come in and spend their money. In this lesson, Pastor Philip Jackson teaches how the apostle Paul understood his public role as someone who “Christ might show all longsuffering to those who are going to believe” and what it meant to be put on display for the gospel. Connect with us online! Youtube: https://youtu.be/rwgaaVWHpBU Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/REACH.tulsa/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reach.tulsa/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/REACHTulsa Website: https://evergreenbc.org/young-adults
Welcome to The Apple Seed! Some time filled with stories for you and your family. Since 2013 we've been bringing you tall tales, personal tales, fairy tales, historical tales and more. All kinds of tales, from all kinds of tellers. There's a little something in every story that makes us stop and listen, something we can all connect to. Whether the stories are realistic, traditional, unbelievable, or just plain silly, there's a little something for everyone to enjoy. On today's episode, enjoy the following: “Bigger Badder Better” by Kirk Waller from But Why? (2:29) The Daily Mix: "Dulce de Leche" with Lisa Valentine Clark (15:05) “The Princess on the Glass Hill Part I” by Ruth Halpern from She Set Out to Seek Her Fortune (24:38) “Bill Greenfield and the Champion Wrestler” by Joseph Bruchac from Adirondack Tall Tales, Volume One: The Bill Greenfield Stories (35:53) “Why the Sun Comes Up When Rooster Crows” by Mitch Weiss and Martha Hamilton from How & Why Stories World Tales Kids Can Tell (39:52) “The Princess on the Glass Hill Part II” by Ruth Halpern from She Set Out to Seek Her Fortune (45:32)
When You Drink A Glass Of Milk Or Eat A Slice A Cheese, You Are Getting Estrogens From The Cow - by Neal Barnard, M.D.Neal Barnard, M.D.• https://www.pcrm.org/about-us/staff/neal-barnard-md-facc• Book - Foods That Cause You to Lose Weight: The Negative Calorie Effect Dr. Barnard has led numerous research studies investigating the effects of diet on diabetes, body weight, and chronic pain, including a groundbreaking study of dietary interventions in type 2 diabetes, funded by the National Institutes of Health, that paved the way for viewing type 2 diabetes as a potentially reversible condition for many patients. Dr. Barnard has authored more than 100 scientific publications and 20 books for medical and lay readers, and is the editor in chief of the Nutrition Guide for Clinicians, a textbook made available to all U.S. medical students. As president of the Physicians Committee, Dr. Barnard leads programs advocating for preventive medicine, good nutrition, and higher ethical standards in research. His research contributed to the acceptance of plant-based diets in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. In 2015, he was named a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology. In 2016, he founded the Barnard Medical Center in Washington, D.C., as a model for making nutrition a routine part of all medical care. Working with the Medical Society of the District of Columbia and the American Medical Association, Dr. Barnard has authored key resolutions, now part of AMA policy, calling for a new focus on prevention and nutrition in federal policies and in medical practice. In 2018, he received the Medical Society of the District of Columbia's Distinguished Service Award. He has hosted four PBS television programs on nutrition and health.#NealBarnard #TheRealTruthAboutHealth #WholeFood #Vegan #Vegetarian #PlantBasedNutrition CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealthLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth Check out our Podcasts Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search: The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83JGoogle:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Other Video ChannelsYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo: https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internalDailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealthBitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
I barely survived, barely got out with my life ~ Special Fuckaround Tuesday Playlist 1. Flying Dutchman (12 June 1992 - Edinburgh, SCO) 2. Icicle (3 November 1996 - Lawrence, KS) 3. Cornflake Girl (16 October 1996 - New Orleans, LA) 4. Lust (13 November 2011 - Johannesburg, SA) 5. Sugar (3 August 2014 - St Paul, MN) 6. Yes, Anastasia (17 August 2003 - Rochester, NY) 7. Forest of Glass (18 July 2014 - Portland, OR) 8. Ruby Through the Looking Glass (20 November 2014 - Sydney, AUS) 9. Goodbye Pisces (11 August 2005 - Tampa, FL) 10. Bachelorette (23 October 2001 - Chicago, IL) 11. Peeping Tommi (20 August 2014 - Durham, NC) 12. Fast Horse (12 November 2017 - Nashville, TN) --- 13. Scarlet's Walk (2 October 2002 - ARTE France) 14. Here. In My Head (27 June 2007 - Graz, AUS) 15. Black Swan (9 November 1996 - Albuquerque, NM)
This podcast series features past FAIR Conference presentations. This presentation is from our 2021 conference held in August. If you would like to watch all the presentations from the conference, you can still purchase the video streaming. Ben Spackman, Through a Glass, Less Darkly: The 20th Century History of Genesis and Evolution Ben Spackman is a […] The post FAIR Conference Podcast #73 – Ben Spackman, “Through a Glass, Less Darkly: The 20th Century History of Genesis and Evolution” appeared first on FAIR.
On this first edition of The Last Drop in 2022, JB & Khody kick things off with whiskey week. First, we open the show talking about the Los Angeles Lakers & if Russell Westbrook still fits. Then on to the main event, JB pops open a bottle of Michters 10yr Rye 2021. As always, sit back, turn your headphones up & don't stop, keep pouring.
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Dearest Variable, our three available bachelor(etts/ex)s arrive at the Wintrose Estate known as the Gardens of Glass. It would be my highest honor to introduce you to Prince Baxter Saintalous, Princess Rosalina Cunningham, and Duclaureate Henri De Marseilles. As well, you should become acquainted for everyone else invited for the autumnal ball. Your future could be amongst them.
Liisphyra's back in the new studio, and she's dealing with a former statue, a wizard boyfriend with a weird request, and a troll who wants to set the record straight. It's Season 2 of Dear Liisphyra! Episode Transcript Follow Dear Liisphyra on social media Check out the Dear Liisphyra merch! Liisphyra and the sponsor were voiced by Katie Siegel. Linktree Dear Liisphyra was created, written, and produced by Katie Siegel. Music: "Dear Liisphyra Main Theme" by Katie Siegel "Dear Liisphyra Credits Theme" by Katie Siegel
What does New Year's mean to you? If you could hear the story of your life told by your children after you've past, what would you hear and how would you feel? What is the story you want to tell this year? Join me for a mini episode with a Raise a Glass series to bring in the new year. The Raise a Glass Series: a space for reflection and gratitude centered around the topic of the day and inspired by lyrics from Hamilton the Musical.Today's lyrics – “And when our children tell our story, they'll tell the story of tonight”Episode transcript: available at https://www.mfaparentingedition.com/043Spread a Beautiful Act of Kindness: Tell one person you know you enjoyed this podcast and they should check it out Sources that inspired this episode:· Encanto | Disney MoviesConnect with Me:Best way - firstname.lastname@example.orgIG - @mfaparentingedition Support the Show: buy me a drink to say “hey, keep up the good work”, just go to www.buymeacoffee.com/mfaparentingSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mfaparenting)
In Making Your Own Luck, former Indiana University athletic director Fred Glass recounts how even a self-described "knucklehead" learned to be prepared to recognize and seize opportunities and thus make his own luck through life. With great humor and insightful reflection, Glass details how he helped keep the Colts in Indianapolis—he spearheaded a massive convention center expansion and the building of Lucas Oil Stadium and even helped to attract the Super Bowl to his hometown. Any of these accomplishments individually would be more than enough to call Glass's career a resounding success, but they were only the beginning. In the latest stage of his journey, Glass led the rebuilding of the athletic program of his beloved alma mater, Indiana University. Featuring a foreword from IU alumnus and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban, Making Your Own Luck is a must-read not only for Indiana sports fans, but for anyone that recognizes the importance of preparation, opportunity and action in creating your own success. https://www.fred-glass.com/ About Fred: Fred Glass is a prominent Indianapolis attorney and civic leader who served as Indiana University's athletic director for nearly twelve years and is now a partner in the law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister. He and his wife Barbara have four children, a son-in-law, a daughter-in-law, and five grandchildren. Fred served as IU's athletic director and a vice-president from January, 2009, through its Bicentennial Year ending in June, 2020. During this time, he led a cultural and physical rebuild of the athletic department including record-setting academic, athletic, fundraising, fiscal management, and facility successes, as well as a nationally-recognized commitment to rules compliance and the holistic development of the students under his charge. Before his appointment at IU, Fred was a partner for 15 years at Baker & Daniels (now Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath) practicing general corporate law and also served as the chair of the firm's management committee. He also served as president of the Marion County Capital Improvement Board where he led successful negotiations to keep the Colts in Indianapolis, regularly host NCAA Final Fours, develop Lucas Oil Stadium, and dramatically expand the Indiana Convention Center. Fred also led the effort for Indianapolis to host the Super Bowl, laying the groundwork for its successful 2012 bid. Fred previously served as chief of staff to Indiana Governor Evan Bayh and was a law clerk for Judge S. Hugh Dillin for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. He graduated from Indiana University in 1981 and its McKinney School of Law in 1984, cum laude. Fred serves and has served on a variety of civic, legal, educational, political, and sports-related boards and projects, including as chair of the Indiana Clinton/Gore Presidential campaign and as the first alumnus to chair the Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School Board of Trustees
FEATURING: (00:03:42) New Business: Record of Lodoss War - Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth.(00:19:12) Listener Mail: How to celebrate Kirby's 30th anniversary.(00:40:27) Attempting new challenges when revisiting familiar games.(01:04:55) How to revive HD Rumble.