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Clash Of The Titles
Empire Records vs High Fidelity: Part 2

Clash Of The Titles

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 57:54


Girl put your record on, tell me your favourite song. We're back again this week with the second half of our record shop film clash. Today, we're talking about all things High Fidelity! It follows the life of music-loving man Rob Gordon, who works at his record store called Championship Vinyl. Having been dumped by his long-term girlfriend Laura, he looks to his old partners for insight into why his relationships keep failing. Which record shop will come out on top?***Please rate and review us on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your pods. It means a lot and makes it easy for other people to find us. Thank you!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Clash Of The Titles
Empire Records vs High Fidelity: Part 1

Clash Of The Titles

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 69:56


This week at Clash HQ we're kicking it down memory lane and hitting the record shops. In the red corner we have 1995's Empire Records, while in the blue corner 2000's High Fidelity. Empire Records follows a day in the life of the young employees at a music store. All facing their own personal trials and tribulations, they now face the reality that the shop could become a part of a chain with very strict rules. So put the needle on that record and let's get this clash spinning… ***Please rate and review us on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your pods. It means a lot and makes it easy for other people to find us. Thank you!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Test of Time
Episode 340: High Fidelity (2000)

The Test of Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 38:47


After a record store owner gets dumped, he tracks down several ex-girlfriends to find out why his relationships always fail. Listen as we discuss the perfect pop song, the coolest way to organize a music collection, and the opposite of a romantic proposal. Then we find out if High Fidelity stands the Test of Time.

Mark's Movie Collection
2022 Wrap up

Mark's Movie Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 10:58


Hey everyone, just looking back on 2022 for a second. Just taking a breath. "Late Night Radio" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ I think I only mentioned Hearts in Atlantis for 3 movies this year? That feels like a low number but that's what my data is telling me. Dazed and Confused, Bull Durham, and High Fidelity. Maybe the transcriptions are off.

Back Porch Bluegrass
Back Porch Bluegrass - 20-12-2022

Back Porch Bluegrass

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 58:40


This week I'm playing ‘favourites' – of mine! Of course, I could never fit all my favourite performers on just one show, but this is a start. The Dreadful Snakes, Joe Mullins, Sawmill Road (Mark Miracle), Laurie Lewis, the Stanley Brothers, Claire Lynch, Mike Compton, High Fidelity, Ricky Skaggs, plus a host of others. Enjoy them with me.

Off the Edge
Third Annual Beermas!

Off the Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 124:21


Get amazing deals while you support EdgeOverEdge and this podcast: https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/ Use promo code OFFTHEEDGE15 for 15% off your order! https://eargasmearplugs.com/ Use promo code HIGH FIDELITY for 10% off your order

The Blues Guitar Show
Episode #99 Top 5 Riffs

The Blues Guitar Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 14:16


In this episode I go all High Fidelity and give you my top 5 blues riffs, a bit of pre-xmas fun on the pod this week.Follow me on instagram @bluesguitarshowpodcast Make a small donation at 'Buy me a coffee' https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bluesguitarshowSupport the show

Mark's Movie Collection
Grosse Pointe Blank

Mark's Movie Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 31:58


The squad from High Fidelity are at it again? in what is the kinda prequel, in a meta production sense, and a really great movie in my eyes. It makes me feel good. The cast really brings it, the movie is fun, and I think it set up some conventions or archetypes that carried forward into movies we see today (I think, at any rate). This is the first time I actually make something that sounds like it's in car so if you're in a car it's double messed up. A bold strategy, Cotton. I didn't talk about the action at all. I realize that. The action isn't huge but it's good. They've got Cusack doing the most he possibly can which might have actually been all of it (I can't remember at the moment--it's been absolutely nuts this entire past month and the month before). Makes it feel good. It's not too serious, not too goofy. Groundedly whimsical. There's a lot of daytime in this movie. I think they intentionally wanted it to feel more like a high school reunion movie that has an assassin in it than an assassin movie taking place at a high school reunion. The big action scene is set in the middle of the day. It's cool. It really genuinely is. If I had to choose a favorite little shot I would choose the one set in Debi's bedroom when Martin is leaving. She tells him "you're a fucking psy-cho" and does like a hand talking thing. That was an improvised gesture--she previously saw John and Joan doing that to each other between setups. That's one great part but the opposite shot, John's kinda manic wild "don't rush to judgement on something like that" is just very unique and fits perfectly. Unhinged but just under the surface. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgGTP5Cevrs - (2948) Benny "The Jet" Urquidez • Highlight - YouTube "Cool Rock", "Blue Ska" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ I love the movie. It's worth a look. A lot of nostalgia for this one. Check it out. I'm @coolmarkd on twitter for as long as it lasts.

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Human retina trades single-photon detection for high-fidelity contrast encoding

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.12.15.520020v1?rss=1 Authors: Kilpelainen, M., Westo, J., Laihi, A., Takeshita, D., Rieke, F., Ala-Laurila, P. Abstract: We lack a fundamental understanding of how the spike output of the retina enables human visual perception. Here we show that human vision at its ultimate sensitivity limit depends on the spike output of ON but not OFF parasol (magnocellular) ganglion cells. Surprisingly, nonlinear signal processing in the retinal ON pathway precludes perceptual detection of single photons in darkness, but enables quantal-resolution discrimination of differences in light intensity. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

Hell & High Water with John Heilemann

When Jack Black and Kyle Gass formed the mock-rock band Tenacious D in 1994, they were just a pair of unknown members of The Actors' Gang in LA with a spiritual and satirical kinship with Spinal Tap, a penchant for R-rated lyrics about their sexual prowess and prodigious cannabis consumption, and surprisingly serious musical chops. Twenty-six years later, Tenacious D has accumulated a large and passionate following, released three platinum albums and a feature film, and won a Grammy Award — and Black, of course, has become a movie star. In this final 2020 episode of Hell & High Water, Heilemann talks with Black and Gass about the group's turn towards the political following Donald Trump's election, from its "South Park"-flavored album/YouTube series/graphic novel "Post-Apocalypto" to its viral, celebrity-studded, get-out-the-vote video cover of "Time Warp" from "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (which included Heilemann) ... as well as Black's breakout role in "High Fidelity," his wildly popular quarantine videos on TikTok, and Tenacious D's top five records for celebrating the end of the Trump era. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Who Shot Ya?
Episode 275: 'Bones and All' with Daniel Waters

Who Shot Ya?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 64:54


Screenwriter and director Daniel Waters (Heathers, Hudson Hawk, Batman Returns, Vampire Academy) joins what he's hoping will be a “wall-to-wall lovefest” for Bones and All, the cannibal love story starring former Ify Nwadiwe co-star Timothée Chalamet. Will one of our hosts rip his proverbial still beating heart from his chest? That's the drama today on a very memorable episode of Max™️.Then, we'll have a Hotline call about favorite movie scumbags. And a Christmas Movie Minute!What's GoodAlonso - Matt Rogers, Have You Heard of Christmas?Drea - silk pillowcasesDaniel - Trent Reznor's score to this film (and via Alonso, Batman Returns as a Christmas movie)Ify - Nicholas Brittell's Moonlight score/5th Anniversary editionITIDICWarner Bros Discovery Testing New Names for Combined Streaming ServicesRustic Films Team Makes Deal to Create 10 Microbudget Features23 in ‘23: The Oscars Will Air All 23 Categories Live Staff PicksDrea - Leonor Will Never DieDaniel - Return to SeoulAlonso - The Holiday SitterIfy - Spinners, a short film starring Timothée  ChalametWe're sponsored this week by The Podcast Podcast Podcast. Each week podcasters ONeil, Olivia and Tyler pitch each other innovative, lucrative, and absolutely bonkers podcast ideas - then create them in the second half of the show! Follow along at WebsiteWebsiteWebsite.biz or on social media @TriplePCast.Here's how to get your own Jumbotron. Alonso's Christmas Books!I'll Be Home For Christmas MoviesHave Yourself a Movie Little Christmas***With:Ify NwadiweDrea ClarkAlonso DuraldeDaniel WatersProduced by  Marissa FlaxbartSr. Producer Laura Swisher

Learning Life with Jon Tota
#175: High Times in Vermont with Bridget Conry

Learning Life with Jon Tota

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 35:27


In this episode, Jon sits down with Bridget Conry, founder of High Fidelity and host of the new High Fidelity podcast show. Bridget is an herbal practitioner and cannabis industry educator, advocate and entrepreneur based in Burlington, VT. High Fidelity intends to explore the intersection of cannabis, wellness, culture and the arts through insightful conversations with industry experts and thought leaders from all disciplines. Learn more at http://hifivt.com   We discuss the history of cannabis in Vermont and the current events around adult use legalization just this fall.  Bridget brings her passion and unique expertise about wellness and its intersection with cannabis and culture to this insightful conversation with one of the leading voices on Vermont cannabis today.   Listen to Bridget's new show High Fidelity wherever you get podcasts.   Apple:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/high-fidelity/id1653015767 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6XwJyhPAuLemrnMyjuQ0Yl?si=db6aa59c3cfd45bb 

Off the Edge
Side Quest #43

Off the Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 68:22


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Intelligence Squared
Were the 1990s Britain's Coolest Decade? with Dylan Jones

Intelligence Squared

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 55:49


Sign up for Intelligence Squared Premium here: https://iq2premium.supercast.com/ for ad-free listening, bonus content, early access and much more. See below for details. 1995 was the year of the Nineties, according to author and journalist Dylan Jones. It was peak Britpop (Oasis vs Blur), peak YBA (Tracey Emin's tent), peak New Lad (Nick Hornby published High Fidelity, James Brown launched Loaded magazine, and pubs were finally allowed to stay open on a Sunday). It was the year Radiohead brought out The Bends, Danny Boyle started filming Trainspotting, Alex Garland wrote The Beach, and Tony Blair changed Clause IV after a controversial vote at the Labour Party Conference. Jones reflects on it all in his new book, Faster Than a Cannonball: 1995 and All That, which features interviews with the key players from the decade, including Noel and Liam Gallagher, Tracey Emin, Goldie, David Beckham and Alastair Campbell. Our host for this discussion is the writer and curator Ekow Eshun. … We are incredibly grateful for your support. To become an Intelligence Squared Premium subscriber, follow the link: https://iq2premium.supercast.com/  Here's a reminder of the benefits you'll receive as a subscriber: Ad-free listening, because we know some of you would prefer to listen without interruption  One early episode per week Two bonus episodes per month A 25% discount on IQ2+, our exciting streaming service, where you can watch and take part in events live at home and enjoy watching past events on demand and without ads  A 15% discount and priority access to live, in-person events in London, so you won't miss out on tickets Our premium monthly newsletter  Intelligence Squared Merch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Martin Bandyke Under Covers | Ann Arbor District Library
Martin Bandyke Under Covers for December 2022: Martin interviews Mitchell Cohen, author of Looking for the Magic: New York City, the ‘70s and the Rise of Arista Records.

Martin Bandyke Under Covers | Ann Arbor District Library

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 11:40


Looking for the Magic is a cultural-historical remix, a fresh perspective on how Arista Records reflected its place and time, New York in the 1970s and early 1980s. Through interviews with dozens of artists and executives, music journalist Mitchell Cohen goes inside the business of making and marketing music during this vibrant and diverse period. Under Clive Davis, rock, pop, punk, jazz, R&B, disco, cabaret and Broadway were all represented on Arista. The label sounded like the city it was at the geographical center of. From its inception as a new entity built on the pop and soul foundation of Bell Records, to groundbreaking artists like Gil Scott-Heron and Patti Smith, to revitalized legends like the Kinks and Aretha Franklin, up to its launching of its biggest star, Whitney Houston, Arista Records' story has never been told like this. Looking for the Magic covers the wide scope of the label's roster: its giant pop successes (Barry Manilow), its dedication to cutting-edge jazz (Anthony Braxton) and its embrace of rock royalty (Lou Reed, the Grateful Dead). Mitchell Cohen has written about music and film for Creem, High Fidelity, Film Comment, the Village Voice, Musician and Phonograph Record. He began working at Arista Records in the late ‘70s as a publicity and advertising copywriter and then as one of the label's A&R executives. Martin's interview with Mitchell Cohen was recorded on June 22nd, 2022.

Dave's Video Graveyard
TONY HAWK'S PRO SKATER 2 SOUNDTRACK

Dave's Video Graveyard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 87:22


Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 is a Skateboarding video game that features a second to none soundtrack. It is the second installment in the Tony Hawk's series of sports games and was released for the PlayStation in 2000. This week there's no Casey but there is Shannon from The Music variety radio show High Fidelity talking track buy track through this seminal video game soundtrack.THPS2 remains the best-reviewed PlayStation video game of all time, as well as being the second highest rated game of all time with an aggregate score of 98/100 on Metacritic.Listen to us on itunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.or direct download the mp3 from the link below:https://www.buzzsprout.com/186739/10302225-tony-hawk-s-pro-skater-2-soundtrack.mp3?download=trueStalk us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or send us your sweet nothings at davesvideograveyard@gmail.com#davesvideograveyard #movies #film #davesvideograveyard #moviepodcast #filmpodcast Follow and support Shannon at; https://www.facebook.com/wowfmhifi?mibextid=LQQJ4dhttps://instagram.com/wowfmhifi?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. All Rights and Credit remains that of the rightful owners Which can be found listed here - https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0271233/soundtrack/?ref_=tt_trv_snd

MetalProgPop Cast
186: The B-52's - The B-52's

MetalProgPop Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 84:01


The B-52's es el álbum homónimo y debut de la banda de new wave estadounidense The B-52's. Fue lanzada en 1979 y se considera uno de los mejores debuts de la historia de la música. Las letras kitsch, el humor y las armonías pegadizas ayudaron a establecer una base de fanes para la banda, que pasaría a publicar varios sencillos exitosos. Debido a que la letra de "Play Loud" y "High Fidelity" aparece en el LP original, este álbum a veces es referido erróneamente por cualquiera de esas frases como el título del álbum. Este fue producido por Chris Blackwell para Island Records.  Del álbum se desprende el exitoso sencillo Rock Lobster, que alcanzó el puesto 56° en el Billboard Hot 100. 

Dissecting Dragons
Episode 353: High Fidelity and Historical Accuracy - Do Adaptations have a Duty to be Accurate

Dissecting Dragons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 118:32


The advent of streaming television services has meant that more video content has been required and with that demand, has come a more specific requirement for less mainstream, more niche material. This has been great for SFF fans who now face an embarrassment of riches which cater to their very specific trope preferences. However, the half empty side of this is that beloved speculative fiction which has previously only been available in book form, is now being adapted for TV series...and not all series are created equal. This week the dragons tackle the big question this raises: do adaptations have a duty to be accurate? And moving on from SFF and why you might chose to not partake or an adaptation of your favourite book, is there a responsibility to not take liberties with historical adaptations? Under the microscope this week: Interview with a Vampire, The Woman King, Braveheart, His Dark Materials and many more.   Title music: Ecstasy by Smiling Cynic

Gleaming The Tube
High Fidelity

Gleaming The Tube

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 42:12


High Fidelity, based on the novel by Nick Hornby, tells the story of Rob Gordon (John Cusack), a thirtysomething record store owner and living embodiment of a certain type of insufferable pop culture obsessed dude (I TYPED WHILE HOSTING A PODCAST ABOUT SKATEBOARD MOVIES) as he navigates love, ex-love, and maybe – JUST MAYBE – figuring out that what someone is like is more important than what they like. Also: someone skateboards in it at one point. Kevin and Mike discuss the movie and their own relationship with being pop culture obsessives, the book, the time Kevin saw the very weird musical adaptation of this, and what High Fidelity had to say about certain types of toxic behaviors when it came out vs. what it has to say now. They go deep and confessional about their pasts while also trying to figure out what a musical adaptation of One Crazy Summer would be like. It's that type of episode.

Club Book
Club Book Episode 149 Nick Hornby

Club Book

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 57:19


According to a poll conducted by the BCC, novelist and screenwriter Nick Hornby ranks as one of most influential people in British culture. Hornby is best known to American readers for his chart-topping novels High Fidelity (1995), About a Boy (1998), and Juliet, Naked (2009) – each of which has been adapted for the screen. […]

BackTable Innovation
Ep. 39 High Fidelity Augmented Reality Surgical Simulation: Training to Perform with Dr. Elliot Street

BackTable Innovation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 51:49


In this episode, co-hosts Dr. Aaron Fritts and Dr. Diana Velazquez-Pimentel interview Dr. Elliot Street, co-founder of Inovus Medical, a medtech company whose goal is to revolutionize surgical training through headset-free, accessible augmented reality. The CE experience for this Podcast is powered by CMEfy - click here to reflect and earn credits: https://earnc.me/EzNnBd --- SHOW NOTES Dr. Street begins by sharing why he founded Inovus. His mission for the company is to become the world's partner for surgical training. As a tennis player, he sees many similarities between athletic and surgical training, including the hours of muscle memory development required. He wanted to model surgical training in the way athletes are trained, including game intelligence, practice, gameday, and game tape review. At Inovus, surgical simulation training is treated as a continuum of needs. The continuum begins with pre-learning, a time when the learner gains surgical intelligence and understands the steps and anatomy of a surgery. For the next step, physical learning, they offer a portfolio of six laparoscopic simulators that can be used from anywhere in the world. They use natural haptics made of simulated soft tissues which they put into boxes that have laparoscopic ports. These can then be used with any laparoscopic device, including cold-cutting instruments and bipolar energy. They have 28 variants of soft tissue which allows surgeons to get exceptional real-life variety. They don't use headsets for the virtual reality component, but rather a digital surgery platform that can project onto any laptop. The final two parts of the training continuum include intraoperative decision-making and objective measurement of performance. Inovus has data-capturing technology that allows you to evaluate your performance and use this to improve your approach. Overall, the company wants to deliver on three main objectives: accessibility, natural haptics, and augmented reality. Their technology is available for anyone to buy from their website, though they primarily sell to residency programs and device companies. Dr. Street aims to make Inovus technology a mainstay of surgical training all over the world. --- RESOURCES Inovus Medical: https://inovus.org/about-us

The Hatchards Podcast
Nick Hornby on Charles Dickens and Prince

The Hatchards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 33:21


The Hatchards Podcast has always been about hard graft. In this episode, resident workaholics Ryan Edgington and Matt Hennessey discuss the life & times of two other (arguably less celebrated) grafters, Charles Dickens and Prince, alongside our special guest, the bestselling novelist and screenwriter, Nick Hornby.Hornby's excellent new book – Dickens & Prince: A Particular Kind of Genius – uses the example of these two giants to explore the nature of creativity and asks what drove them both to such extremes of productivity. How, exactly, did they get so much done? Is this drive innate or manufactured by experience? Is it better to be perfect or prolific? And is there ever such a thing as ‘wasted talent'?We also asked Nick about his own creative process; the importance of pop culture (especially music) in his work; whether there is a modern equivalent of “the pram in the hall” distracting artists from their toil; and the likelihood of there ever being a Fever Pitch 2.

Off the Edge
Side Quest #42

Off the Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 34:39


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Too Many Captains - A Movie Podcast
Bonus Mini-Episode: WAWTA...Chicago Movies

Too Many Captains - A Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 17:24


Chicago (2002)High Fidelity (2000)Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)Website: https://amoviepodcast.com/Twitter: @ItsaFilmPodcastInstagram: @toomanycaptainsproductions

From Idea to Done
Episode 6- What is UI/UX Design? ft. Tracey Krusi & Kacey Diehl

From Idea to Done

Play Episode Play 43 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 24:12


Things on the internet change every day, is your website or app keeping up with design trends and technology developments? We welcomed Tracey and Kacey, Codelation's resident design experts, on for this episode about UI and UX design. They chat about everything that goes into initial web and app design, explain the difference between low fidelity and high fidelity design, and more.

I Saw What You Did
A DivaCup Dropped in Potting Soil

I Saw What You Did

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 105:05


This week, Millie and Danielle discuss HIGH FIDELITY (2000) and WHEN HARRY MET SALLY (1989), record store guys, the “Destroy Dick List,” and the confounding concept of Billy Crystal as a sex symbol.To see a full ISWYD movie list, check out our Letterboxd here:https://letterboxd.com/isawwhatyoudid/films/diary/And check out Millie's book - ‘TCM Underground: 50 Must-See Films from the World of Classic Cult and Late-Night Cinema'runningpress.com/titles/millie-de-chirico/tcm-underground/9780762480005/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Record Store Society
RSS065: Top 5 Villain Songs

Record Store Society

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 61:05


In this episode, vinyl dj and visual artist, Jayda Abello stops by to chat top 5 villain songs with Natalie and Tara. Additional picks contributed by listeners and friends of the show. Learn more by visiting https://www.recordstoresociety.com/episodes

Off the Edge
Side Quest #41

Off the Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 90:02


Get amazing deals while you support EdgeOverEdge and this podcast: https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/ Use promo code OFFTHEEDGE15 for 15% off your order! https://eargasmearplugs.com/ Use promo code HIGH FIDELITY for 10% off your order

The Slowdown
794: High Fidelity

The Slowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 6:03 Very Popular


Today's poem is High Fidelity by Tara Betts.

Vinyl Junkies Making Mixtapes
The John Cusack Mixtape

Vinyl Junkies Making Mixtapes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 76:29


In this episode Kelly, Jeff, and Jim create a mixtape and discuss the songs featured in films that starred John Cusack. From High Fidelity, Gross Pointe Blank and much much more!www.grerecordsandcoffee.comFind us on instagram at @vinyljunkiesmakingmixtapes

Everybody Wants Something: A Degrassi Podcast
DTNG: S5EP18&19 High Fidelity Part 1&2

Everybody Wants Something: A Degrassi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 175:02


The students prepare for Degrassi's 50th anniversary variety show with Manny in charge. Spinner makes the mistake of lying to a jealous Darcy about his sexual past with Manny, causing issues in their relationship. Paige and Alex's relationship comes to an end when Paige becomes too controlling about Alex's future after graduation. Later, In the special 100th episode, Graduation has arrived for the Class of 2006, when two of their former classmates return for the celebratory event. After his night with Paige, Spinner is torn after Darcy tells him that she wants to get back together. Jimmy has to repeat his senior year after missing too much school while recovering from being shot and wonders if his feelings for Ellie are requited. Become a Patron on the Solid Listen Patreon! Connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Find The Unofficial DTNG Playlist on Spotify and Apple. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Getting2Alpha
Philip Rosedale: What's Missing from the Metaverse?

Getting2Alpha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 33:15


Philip Rosedale is the founder of Linden Lab, which launched the popular virtual world Second Life in 2003. His goal has always been to build a viable model for a virtual economy or virtual society, not just an entertainment platform. Before Second Life he served as CTO at RealNetworks, where he wrote some of the earliest algorithms to compress video for transmission across the internet. In 2013 he founded High Fidelity, which builds a spatial audio for group chat. He is currently involved with both Second Life and High Fidelity, and advises on Metaverse efforts.

Quirk of the Day
Ok, It's Weird Shit/Philly Bakery - High Fidelity Bakery (Vegan & Gluten Free)

Quirk of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 61:54


Perhaps I, Autumn Simmons, is very quirky, but I am NOT a swinger. However, I presume there are many "Hot Dog Swingers," who are presidents, ministers and pastors. Who would you do? Who would I do? Which Sausage party warlock took over my quirky golden pussy?!? More stories about Ike Turner, James Brown and Eddie Griffin regarding Tina Turner and Tammi Terrell. Just so you know, Reverend Jesse Jackson, was always at everybody's funeral, including Tammi Terrell , Elijah Muhammad and Teddy Pendergrass. The only celeb funeral I ever attended was Philly's Teddy Pendergrass. And of course more about situationships that have NEVER happened. Listen now to Ok, it's weird shit!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/autumn-simmons/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/autumn-simmons/support

RockyTalkiePodcast
Episode 91 - High Fidelity

RockyTalkiePodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 42:33


Aaron, Jacob and Meg chat new deets about one of Susan Sarandon's decades old legal battles, opine about some new Halloween flavored twists on the traditional Rocky show, and learn the newly uncovered footage of High Fidelity, featuring Nell Campbell. Global News: Learn more about Susan Sarandon's Witches of Eastwick lawsuit https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/susan-sarandon-only-did-witches-of-eastwick-because-couldnt-deal-suing.html/ Listen to the Monarch album: https://monarch.lnk.to/OriginalSoundtrack Community News: Check out the Lyric Theater's ‘Texas' theme night https://archive.ph/Fb7SD Listen to The Skivvies (and get tickets to their tour!!) https://www.theskivviesnyc.com/shows.html Music: - Intro/Outro - Jupiter's Smile by The 126ers - Stings - Library at freesound.org Script by Aaron Tidwell & Meg Fierro Produced and edited by Aaron Tidwell and Meg Fierro Rocky Talkie is an Audiogasmic LLC Production

Emergency Exit Podcast Network
The Rewatch Party 118 - High Fidelity (2000)

Emergency Exit Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 130:37


Nick, Anthony, and Manny sit down to discuss and rate the re-watchability of the film, High Fidelity.    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0146882/

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Finding Opportunities in the Chicago Real Estate Market

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 17:51


With an extensive background in selling and leasing apartment properties, John McGeown started High Fidelity Property Management in 2010. A Chicago native and longtime North Side resident, he utilized his large network of contacts to successfully build the business almost exclusively from referrals – effectively meeting the increased demand from his clients. John's growing management portfolio now includes more than 1,000 units in over 100 buildings, with a myriad of expertise throughout Chicago's neighborhoods and surrounding suburbs.   Today, he digs deep into the nuances of the unique Chicago market, the opportunities and risks you need to know about, and what they are doing to thrive in the space. [00:01 - 04:43] From Navy to Real Estate John talks about his real estate journey and eventually developing a passion for property management He explains why Chicago's housing stock is different from anywhere else   [04:44 - 07:58] Getting Into the Chicago Real Estate Market There is always a good time to buy in Chicago, but the market is tougher now because of the financing climate The higher density and scale, the better When looking for an investment, it is important to have a team assembled, to know the neighborhoods, and to have a relationship with banks, general contractors, brokers, etc.   [07:59 - 13:16]  Succeeding as a Chicago Real Estate Business John on founding his company and how they started incubating properties While there is a softening in the market, he believes that Chicago is defying gravity and there are always good deals Make sure that you're buying in an area where the residents will have an easy time either going to work or going to enjoy their life   [13:17 - 17:50] Closing Segment John reflects on valuable lessons he learned throughout his career Pick your focus and stay in your lane Don't ever quit Reach out to John!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “ Chicago has a very unique housing stock. In the sense that there's a lot of smaller multifamily.” - John McGeown   “My proposition was, let me rent it for you. I'll manage it for you. We'll incubate this single-unit condo and when the timing is right and the market's there, I can sell it for you.” - John McGeown   “Take all that information as a learning lesson and apply it to your next project. Just never give up.” - John McGeown   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with John through HiFiPM.com or HighFidelityRealty.com. Email him at john@hifipm.com and find him on LinkedIn.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] John McGeown: Making sure that you have your banking relationship, architect relationship, general contractor, multiple real estate brokers, property managers, you know, things like that. I think having a good team before you start, like, writing offers or buying buildings, like, getting your team assembled and making sure that everybody's on the same page and everybody knows what you're looking for and what you want and how you want to go about doing it is very important.  [00:00:37] Sam Wilson: John McGeown is a Chicago native. He's a military veteran and longtime real estate professional. His values are fairness, transparency, and empathy. John, welcome to the show. [00:00:47] John McGeown: Thank you for having me.  [00:00:48] Sam Wilson: The pleasure is mine. John, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes to the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now and how did you get there?  [00:00:56] John McGeown: Sure. I'm a Chicago born native. I went to Lane Tech for high school. I went to UIC for college. I was in the United States Navy for four years, from 1999 to 2003, had a very seasoned career. While I was in, I was an operation specialist, which basically means I was on board on the ship. We did, like, a lot of intelligence, so information gathering and processing and evaluating and a lot of that sort of transposed well into real estate. I started in real estate right when I got on the Navy in 2004. Started an apartment rentals and then slowly but surely as I unpeeled the onion back, I found that, you know, property management, sales and then investing was sort of the path for me. And those all kind of happened a few years apart. And today I own High Fidelity property management as well as High Fidelity Realty and about 12 investment properties.  [00:01:52] Sam Wilson: Wow, that's a lot of moving pieces. So property management side of things. You guys manage existing assets to other people own, is that...  [00:02:00] John McGeown: Sure. Third party.  [00:02:01] Sam Wilson: Third party management and then also you have your own suite of rental properties. Is there one you prefer over the other?  [00:02:08] John McGeown: Oh, man. That's a good question. I like property management, whether it's managing my buildings or managing buildings for other people. There's definitely a need for it. And the buildings, there's always stuff to do. The only constant is change. Things are always changing and I like that. It keeps me on my toes.  [00:02:27] Sam Wilson: John, would you say that managing properties in Chicago is different maybe than what you see in the rest of the country? But I'm thinking of when I say that is maybe just the types of properties that you're managing as far as age, as far as style. It's a little bit different maybe than what you'd find, say in suburban Nashville. Is that fair? [00:02:46] John McGeown: That's a fair statement. Yeah. Most of the buildings we manage are a hundred years old, right, brick in varying conditions. Some are older and need a little more love. Some are older but have been renovated and are in really good shape. But Chicago has a very unique housing stock. In the sense that there's a lot of smaller multifamily. So we manage anything from 6 unit apartment buildings to 50-unit apartment buildings. And most of the stuff is brick. The weather changes here a lot, whereas other parts of the country, I think a lot of the housing stock is newer. A lot of it's with Hardie board or frame, and it seems like the weather is maybe a little more cooperative in other places, which makes it a little bit easier to manage. [00:03:29] Sam Wilson: What are some things that you would recommend investors look for if they're looking at Chicago as a market to invest in? Like, what are some things you said, man, here's a few items that I would say you really make sure you got to check off when taking a look at buildings.  [00:03:44] John McGeown: Because of the weather and it being fall right now, and this being kind of my focus, finding properties where the seam is intact, and I've said this before, but you know, your roof your parapet walls, the tuckpointing the windows, the basement, you don't want any water getting into these buildings and the tighter the seam of the building is sealed, the easier of a time you're going to have to reach your objectives on the inside of the property. So a lot of people buy property and they look at, you know, old kitchens, old bathrooms. Can we redo the floors? But a lot of that stuff is definitely prudent. But before you go and do that, I would say you always want to make sure that the seam of the building is tight because if you don't have that done, oh, what ends up happening is water will penetrate into the building and it'll ruin all of the stuff that you had just fixed.  [00:04:32] Sam Wilson: That's interesting. Yeah. And it sounds like that's something you've learned from hard experience dealing with a hundred-year-old properties on a consistent basis. [00:04:39] John McGeown: That's right.  [00:04:40] Sam Wilson: That's really, really great advice. Thanks for that. Appreciate it. Tell me about the Chicago market as a whole. Is now a good time to be looking for multifamily and or rental properties there in Chicago?  [00:04:52] John McGeown: From my purview, there's always a good time to buy. There's always going to be deals out there. It depends on what your objectives are and what kind of flexibility you have. The lending climate, you know, financing climate I think is affecting everyone across the board. That's making things a little bit tougher. Some things have slowed down with respect to velocity in the marketplace. Some of that has to do with larger economic issues, but really in Chicago, the seasonality of the business sort of kind of puts things, you know, there's a there's a lot of activity in the summer and the spring. And then when you get into the fall, winter, things tend to slow down a little bit naturally just because of the weather. But as far as a whole, there are still a lot of good deals if you're looking for value add properties where you can get in and rehab them. I think that's a harder target. What I'm seeing a lot more of are buildings that have been improved, you know, anywhere from 10 to, you know, 10 to 5 years, to just a couple years old, and people are trying to sell those buildings to people who don't want to do a lot of the work, and I see some value there because of construction costs and because of labor shortages and things like that. Some of those deals are a little bit more attractive to us, but the cap rates, you know, and the financing has to make sense as well.  [00:06:09] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Yeah, that makes a heck of a lot of sense. You know, buying buildings that are already renovated, you know, ready to go for the investor. Tell me, you know, what sorts of things outside of that are trading hands right now that you guys are looking at that, you know, where's the most activity in the market? [00:06:25] John McGeown: The most activity in the marketplace is in, you know, the more density, the better it seems. I mean, a lot of investors are looking for economy to scale. So, wherever there's density and scale, those are always going to trade in good markets and in bad. There's a lot of that going on, and like I said, a lot, you know, anything from a three, four-unit to a 30, 40 unit building in A, B, C, even D neighborhoods seem to be trading pretty with, a lot of regularity in Chicago.  [00:06:55] Sam Wilson: Wow. That's really cool. I love the Chicago market. Chicago's probably one of my favorite cities to come to visit. Certainly, I can picture, you know, and I haven't been up there in a couple of years, but can certainly picture, you know, the type of assets that you guys are buying. And it is unique, I think, market. When someone comes to market, what are some of the first things that they should start doing when they're starting to select an area to invest in around Chicago?  [00:07:17] John McGeown: I think having the right team assembled is probably the most important thing to me. I deal with a lot of outside investors, people from California or New York or Texas even. And getting to know the neighborhoods is one thing, but making sure that you have your banking relationship, architect relationship general contractor, multiple real estate brokers, property managers, you know, things like that. I think I think having a good team before you start, like writing offers or buying buildings, like getting your team assembled and making sure that everybody's on the same page and everybody knows what you're looking for and what you want and how you want to go about doing it is very important. [00:07:58] Sam Wilson: Tell us, let's talk about your property management company. At what point in time did you know., hey, I'm onto something, and that there's a need in the marketplace that I can fill. [00:08:07] John McGeown: I started the company in 2010, which was right during the recession. And at the time I was working for Jameson Sotheby's and my objective was to sell property. I wanted to be a real estate broker, so residential, commercial, I felt like that was a good hybrid. But at that time, a lot of people were underwater and, you know, they didn't want short sell. They didn't want to give it back to the bank. So my proposition was, let me rent it for you. I'll manage it for you. We'll incubate this single-unit condo and when the timing is right and the market's there, I can sell it for you. So sort of like this one-stop shop idea for absentee landlords in Chicago because at that time a lot of people were going where the money was. You know, like unemployment was very high, so people were losing jobs and then they were getting new jobs in Cleveland or California or Portland, and they couldn't dispose of their assets in Chicago because they were underwater on us. So they waited it out. That was the initial concept. Then we started, you know, interfacing with owners or investors who were looking to buy larger multifamily that were distressed. And after my first assignment, my first assignment was in the West Loop in 2010. The address was 123 North Sangamon. It was a 45-unit building that was in receivership. My clients bought it, renovated the entire thing. My group, we leased it, we managed it, and then when they exited, that was when I realized that was onto something. That first bigger building assignment, kind of never looked back from there.  [00:09:43] Sam Wilson: Right. Incubate the property. I've not heard that phrase before, and I and I kind of like that idea where, you know, you can't get rid of it, but yeah, you can at least have it cover its debt and if not, make a little money on it and hold it until things are more, you know, more favorable time to sell. Are you guys seeing any price decline currently in assets? I mean, I'm talking to other people in other markets and I'm here and there's some softening, especially in the multifamily market. So what's that like in Chicago right now?  [00:10:12] John McGeown: I read a quote and it was, you know, Chicago was defying gravity, and I sort of believe that like the inventory is so slim. It's sort of keeping pricing high, you know, where interest rates are increasing and costs are going up across the board. Stuff is still, you know, sellers are still out there getting their asking price. Now I will say that over the last month, month and a half, things have slowed down quite a bit and I just haven't really done a good enough job digging to see if that's like something local or if that's with the bigger, you know, stuff from the bigger picture impacting the market. [00:10:45] Sam Wilson: Right, right. No, that's very, very interesting. You know, if inventory is slim, it's one of those, nobody has a crystal ball, obviously, but even with money printing plus inflation, even so, and in an interest rates of course going, you know, sky high, even, so if there's no inventory, there's still no inventory. [00:11:02] John McGeown: Yeah. And I think there's a lot of people who have set their sites out to Chicago as a viable investment place to be. And you know, there's a lot of dry power out there and there's a lot of people who make their living off of acquiring properties. And I do think that buyers are a little more scrupulous and they're taking into consideration a lot of the stuff we're talking about. But at the end of the day, stuff's still trading. I mean, a great example would be 1211 La Salle, like a 60-something-unit condo deconversion. Somebody paid a big number for that and that just recently closed and that was on the market for a very long time. And I think that's a good indicator of how the Chicago market's moving. [00:11:40] Sam Wilson: Right, right. No, I think that's great. Are there risks or things that investors should be aware of when looking at the Chicago market, either, you know, like you said, seasonally or politically, or things that you maybe apply specifically to you guys maybe that don't apply in other areas that people should be thinking about? And then if so, how do you mitigate those?  [00:12:02] Sam Wilson: You know, I can't really speak to stuff like politics or anything like that. But from, just like a pure investment standpoint. There are neighborhoods in Chicago that are still developing, and they're they're in development. So knowing what those neighborhoods are and what to look for. I I've always said the Chicago market is kind of nuanced. It's neighborhood by neighborhood, asset type by asset type. So really kind of getting in there and getting on a granular level. And looking at an asset one at a time and then understanding that neighborhood. A good rule of thumb for outside investors looking in Chicago, I never really like to be outside of a 4-block range of a public transportation or the train, figure out how easy it is for people to get a route. So that'd be my one tidbit would be to make sure that you're buying in an area where your residents will have an easy time either going to work or going to enjoy their life. [00:13:00] Sam Wilson: That's a big part of Chicago, like you said, is public transportation. Even when I fly into Chicago, that's all I do, is use public transportation straight from the airports. It's just like... [00:13:09] John McGeown: Yeah.  [00:13:10] Sam Wilson: Otherwise and without that, you go, you know, that becomes a serious consideration. Okay. No, that's absolutely fantastic. Tell me about the veteran interned broker journey for you. I think that's probably a fun part of your story and I'd love to hear more of that.  [00:13:24] John McGeown: Sure I got into real estate sort of by accident. Like when I left the Navy, I wasn't exactly sure what I wanted to do. I had a lot of different ideas. A friend of mine, his father was working at a company called Chicago Apartment Finders, and I started as a listing agent. I didn't take out renters. I called landlords and nurtured relationships with owners, and we rented their stuff now. That was where we earned our fee from. And so, I got to learn the language of the landlord at an early age, at an early time in my career. And so, with a pretty good, what I felt was a pretty good understanding of what makes an investor tick and what's going to make them happy or upset them, or what's a good outcome or a bad outcome. I started setting my sites on more multifamily and you know, I also had a big network of people that I knew. And Chicago is a city where sometimes it's not all about what, you know, it's about who you know. And so I wanted to leverage my bigger network of property owners and sell buildings to them. And so I went to a company called Jameson Sotheby's, where I was, again, kind of a hybrid commercial agent, but also a residential agent. And frankly speaking, the property management company ended up fueling a lot of that sales business while I was at Jameson. So my journey kinda as a broker runs in tandem with my journey as a property management company owner. [00:14:46] Sam Wilson: When you rewind and think about the last 20, or, I guess, 12 -ish, maybe closer to 20 'cause you got out in 2003 out of the...  [00:14:54] John McGeown: Yeah.  [00:14:54] Sam Wilson: Yeah. So So pushing 20 years here, if somebody wanted to follow in your footsteps, is there one piece of advice you would give them? You said, Hey, here's something I did really well that I feel like you should emulate. [00:15:05] Sam Wilson: You know, never give up. Once you have a goal in mind, just don't stop until you hit it. I think a lot of people think it's hard. Maybe they get burned on one deal and they don't fulfill their objectives. I would say take all that information as a learning lesson and apply it to your next project and just never give up. Don't ever quit.  [00:15:27] Sam Wilson: I love that. I love that. And conversely, is there something that you feel like a mistake you've made or a lesson learned that you could help other people avoid repeating?  [00:15:39] John McGeown: Sure. It took me a long time to kind of refine who I am and why I'm different and why people would want to work with me. And I think part of that process was trying on different real estate personalities, you know, like, am I John the broker? Am I John the investment manager? Am I John the property manager? But like, squeeze it all to the middle and pick your focus, stay in that lane, and don't leave until you've succeeded. [00:16:06] Sam Wilson: I love that. I love that. That's really, really good. Yeah. What'd you say? It was John, the broker. John, you mentioned like four different hats.  [00:16:12] John McGeown: Exactly. Yeah.  [00:16:14] Sam Wilson: Right, find your focus and stick with it. I think that that's absolutely seasoned advice. John, this has been fascinating. Thanks for taking the time to break down the Chicago markets, how you guys are finding opportunity, kind of the nuance of investing in such a unique housing stock.  That's something that, you know, even here in Memphis, I mean, yeah, we're an older city, but it's just, it's not quite the same as to what it is that you guys or the same product type that you guys are dealing with up there. So I can only imagine that having someone such as yourself on the team would be invaluable. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:16:52] John McGeown: Well, we just launched a brand new website that you can reach us there at www.hifipl.Com. That's H I F I P L.com or High Fidelity Realty. Those both work for URLs. I'm on LinkedIn. I'm on Facebook. My personal email address is john, J O H N, @hifipl.com. That's H I F I P L.com. Feel free to get in touch with me there anytime.  [00:17:17] Sam Wilson: Awesome. John, thank you so much. I appreciate your time today. Have a great rest of your afternoon.  [00:17:23] John McGeown: Will do, thank you.

The Delve with Mike Sheridan
Five minutes with Stephen Frears

The Delve with Mike Sheridan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 6:26


Stephen Frears has directed some of the most memorable movies of the past few decades - from Dangerous Liaisons, The Queen and Philomena to High Fidelity. He has helped break the careers of both Daniel Day Lewis and Jack Black. He's also responsible for a couple of genuine Irish classics - The Van and The Snapper. He most recently directed to new movie starring Sally Hawkins and Steve Coogan, The Lost King. In cinemas now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Original Cast
A.J. Ditty / High Fidelity - The Record (2007)

The Original Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 75:20


A.J. is a comedian and co-host of the wonderful The Worst of All Possible Worlds podcast and here for a bad show that has one or two moments of music theatre heaven. Topics include: slime tutorials, 2x4 with googly eyes, “broken clock” moments, the living embodiment of “well, actually,” Les Contes d'Hoffmann, and lyrics with a good mouth-feel. ”Inside High Fidelity” background and analysis by Scott Miller A.J. Ditty Dot Com The Worst of All Possible Worlds Featured recordings: High Fidelity - Original Broadway Cast Recording (2007) • American Idiot - The Original Broadway Cast Recording (2010) ORIGINAL CAST MERCH! Visit our Patreon for access to our monthly live stream The Original Cast at the Movies where this year we're talking musical sequels and musical biopics! Patreon • Twitter • Facebook • Email

Crucial Podcast
Crucial Podcast "High Fidelity"

Crucial Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 114:00


The Matt and Tubes get into the Halloween spirit with the thrills and chills of "High Fidelity" Witness men who can't commit! Shudder at the early 2000's stunt casting! Flee in terror as John Cusack rejects Catherine Zeta-Jones for being " too phony". No one will be admitted during the shocking "DJ Party" sequence!   Up Next: "House Of 1,000 Corpses" 2bs     P.S. Here is my synopsis of the movie. "High Fidelity" tells the story of a man who has dated women before.

Monkey Off My Backlog
Pop Culture for When You're Feeling Down

Monkey Off My Backlog

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 53:51


This week, we're talking about pop culture we were told we should watch when we're feeling down. But we didn't...because you're not the boss of us. Tessa finally starts watching Maniac, Sam picks back up on White Collar, and Andy reads High Fidelity. We're also saying goodbye to Andy, one of the founders and original hosts of MoMBl. We wish him well on his dreams of dissertation completion and being his daughter's favorite father. 2:37 - Maniac 16:30 - White Collar 33:40 - High Fidelity

#BeardyCast: гаджеты и медиакультура
Медиа-диета — фильмы, сериалы

#BeardyCast: гаджеты и медиакультура

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 53:23


В новом выпуске подкаста Андрей делится впечатлениями от фильмов и сериалов, которые посмотрел за прошедшие полгода. Темы 00:00 — Вступление и ответы на вопросы BeardyCast 354: Как не потерять себя BeardyCast 358. Комментарии слушателей и опенсорс ПО для Android Фильмы 03:51 — «Вкус чая» (The Taste of Tea, 2003) 04:57 — «Род мужской» (Men, 2022) 08:57 — «Сядь за руль моей машины» (Drive My Car, 2021) 10:07 — «Всё везде и сразу» (Everything Everywhere All At Once, 2022) 11:52 — «Три цвета: синий», «Три цвета: белый», «Три цвета: красный» (Trois Couleurs, 1993­—1994) 12:35 — «Красная ракета» (Red Rocket, 2021) 14:16 — «Я краснею» (Turning Red, 2022) 15:13 — «Варяг» (The Northman, 2022) 18:12 — «Бэтмен» (Batman, 2022) 20:47 — «Межсезонье» (2021) 22:54 — «Папа, сдохни» (2019) 23:32 — «Кэнди» (Candy, 2006) 24:27 — «Дневник баскетболиста» (1995) 24:59 — «Лакричная пицца» (Licorice Pizza, 2021) 26:20 — «Кими» (Kimi, 2021) 29:13 — «Событие» (Happening, 2021) 29:58 — «Преступления будущего» (Crimes of the Future, 2022) 33:03 — «Искатели могил» (Grave Encounters, 2011) 34:31— «Пи» (π, 1998) Cпонсор выпуска 36:05 — АО «Точка» — банк для предпринимателей и предприятий Банк «Точка» ищет специалистов в IT, аналитике, продажах, поддержке, маркетинге и дизайне Сериалы 38:42 — «Оби-Ван Кеноби» (Obi-Wan Kenobi) 39:22 — «Хало» (Halo) 40:07 — «Очень странные дела», сезон 4 (Stranger Things) 41:39 — «Песочный человек» (The Sandman) 43:05 — «Лучше звоните Солу» (Better Call Saul) 48:59 — «Будет больно» (This Is Going to Hurt) 49:39 — «Меломанка» (High Fidelity) 50:34 — «Пацаны» (The Boys) 52:01 — Завершение   → Почта editor@beardycast.com → Patreon Patreon → Наши подкасты The Big Beard Theory | BeardyBuilding | Похоже, я фотограф | Батина Консоль | Купертино → Соцсети @BeardyShow | @BeardyTheory | Telegram   → По вопросам сотрудничества Наши рекламные кейсы и медиакит Пишите на почту editor@beardycast.com

Friday Night Beers
Episode #78 - Common People

Friday Night Beers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 28:09


In this episode of Friday Night Beers, Tom & Vince try a beer called Common People. This Kentucky Common comes from Bold Dog Beer Company in Chicago, IL. The hosts drink it and somehow compare it to things like the history of Kentucky Commons, unlucky athletes, High Fidelity, stunted Hollywood careers, Dane Cook and more. At the end, they rate this beer on a unique 1-5 scale. VINCE: 4.25 / 5 VincesTOM: 4 / 5 TomsInstagram: @friday.night.beersTwitter: @fnb_pod Theme music by Billy Hansa. Subscribe, rate and review the podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you find your podcasts!

Narbos And Broomheads: A Degrassi Podcast
TNG Season 5 Episode 19: High Fidelity Part Two

Narbos And Broomheads: A Degrassi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 71:30


We end Season 5 finding out that no one told Drake that he wasn't going to graduate high school until it was too late :( PROGRAMMING NOTE!!! The podcast continues, but we're taking a Degrassi break for the next 4-5 months as we've decided to review all 19 episodes of My So Called Life. We hope that you'll stick around for this one. If you've never seen the show, it's well worth checking out and should appeal to Degrassi fans. If you have seen the show before, we assume that you're going to be thrilled! We're available on all of  the standard podcasting platforms and can also be streamed on Spotify. Please give us a follow on Twitter NarbosPodcast or  on Instagram and Tiktok @NarbosAndBroomheadsPodcast, and if you want to watch along, please send your comments to   Narbosandbroomheads@gmail.com and we'll make sure to share them on future episodes. You  can also join our Narbos And Broomheads  Facebook group for information on live episodes being broadcast  in the future. If you like the show, please shoot us a 5 star rating on iTunes, and tell all of your Degrassi loving friends!

Secondhand Film Critics
Triple Feature: Zach Smith (School of Rock, That Thing You Do, High Fidelity)

Secondhand Film Critics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 73:50


This week on Secondhand Film Critics we're back with another Triple Feature featuring friend of the show Zach Smith! Listen as we make our way through this music-themed trifecta, talking about the School of Rock scene Jack Black didn't want to film, why Steve Zahn is one of our best character actors, and what High Fidelity should have been about! ***Go to 10:33 to skip past the question of the week answers*** Our question of the week: "What is your favorite movie about music?” Have thoughts about this topic? Email us at secondhandfilmcritics@gmail.com and maybe we'll read your comment in an upcoming episode! Our Socials: Website: https://secondhandfilmcrit.wixsite.com/secondhandfilm Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/secondhandfilm Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/secondhandfilmpod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secondhandfilmpod Noah's Letterboxd: https://www.letterboxd.com/NoahJH/ Kayla's Letterboxd: https://www.letterboxd.com/kaylaphaneuf/

La Vie Creative
EP 250: American novelist, inspired by Paris, Lisa Czarina Michaud

La Vie Creative

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 33:41


Lisa Czarina Michaud is an American novelist. In 2009, she followed in the footsteps of her late jazz performing grandmother and moved to the City of Light. She has lived in many arrondissements in Paris before settling in a riverside village in the Seine-et-Marne region where she now lives with her husband, son, and cat Le Tigre. Her debut coming-of-age novel Slanted and Disenchanted came out last fall to critical acclaim and was named one of the best books of 2021 by A Book Wanderer.Book blurb: She blew off college and started a band with that French kid. He ditched his girlfriend to go on tour with that girl with the bangs. And so it begins...In 2001 when boybands and thongs assaulted pop culture, two college dropouts on Long Island form a band. In the basement. When Carla runs into Pete, the aloof French kid in town, the two form a secret connection that goes deeper than the music. Before heading out on their greasy dive bar cross-country tour, tragedy turns the world upside down forcing them to face adulthood and decide if the band is just a teenage dream or a gateway to freedom....and to each other?Slanted and Disenchanted is the debut novel by Lisa Czarina Michaud. Told with conversational wit with quirky '90s pop culture references and rock snob winks, it's High Fidelity meets On the Road with elements of Patti Smith's Just Kids that explores sexual tension in friendships, the confusion of adulting, the love and chaos of family...and the soundtracks that get us through it all.Links:Lisa Czarina Michaud Author WebsiteInstagramSlanted and Disenchanted at Barnes and NobleSlanted and Disenchanted on AmazonSupport the show

Narbos And Broomheads: A Degrassi Podcast
TNG Season 5 Episode 18: High Fidelity Part One

Narbos And Broomheads: A Degrassi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 71:12


Marco participates in the most absurd ceremony of all time. We're available on all of the standard podcasting platforms and can also be streamed on Spotify. Please give us a follow on Twitter NarbosPodcast or on Instagram and Tiktok @NarbosAndBroomheadsPodcast, and if you want to watch along, please send your comments to Narbosandbroomheads@gmail.com and we'll make sure to share them on future episodes. You can also join our Narbos And Broomheads Facebook group for information on live episodes being broadcast in the future. If you like the show, please shoot us a 5 star rating on iTunes, and tell all of your Degrassi loving friends!

The Writers Panel with Ben Blacker
Bruce Miller, Veronica West, Natalie Chaidez, Eric Haywood (Law & Order: Organized Crime; Manifest) + bonus interview with Jared Stern (co-writer/co-director, DC League of Super-Pets)

The Writers Panel with Ben Blacker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 88:16


Bruce Miller (creator/showrunner, The Handmaid's Tale), Veronica West (creator/showrunner, Surface; co-creator, High Fidelity), Natalie Chaidez (The Flight Attendant; Queen of the South), and Eric Haywood (Law & Order: Organized Crime; Manifest) discuss what keeps them going, specific shows they've worked on, what makes a room functional, and the best part of writing. PLUS: a chat with DC League of Super-Pets co-writer/co-director Jared Stern (creator, Dr Ken). LISTEN TO THE WRITERS PANEL AD-FREE ON FOREVER DOG PLUS: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/plus CONNECT W/ BEN BLACKER & THE WRITER'S PANEL ON SOCIAL MEDIA  https://twitter.com/BENBLACKER https://www.facebook.com/TVWritersPanel THE WRITER'S PANEL IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST  https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/the-writers-panel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Page To Stage
81 - A Beautiful Noise: Kathy Fabian, Props Supervisor

Page To Stage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 41:41


Kathy Fabian shares the process of creating props, set dressing, and researching for A Beautiful Noise. If you are listening to this on Apple Podcast, we'd love it if you could share your love in a review! ABOUT KATHY FABIAN Fabian's Broadway credits include: The Rose Tattoo, American Son, All My Sons, Burn This, True West, Bernhardt/Hamlet, Pretty Woman, The Parisian Woman, Indecent, Sunday in the Park with George, Falsettos, Fiddler on the Roof, China Doll, On Your Feet, Living On Love, The King and I, An American In Paris, The Real Thing, The Realistic Joneses, If/Then, Rocky, The Bridges of Madison County, I'll Eat You Last, Kinky Boots, Lucky Guy, Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Anarchist, Chaplin, Nice Work If You Can Get It, A Streetcar Named Desire, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Stick Fly, Relatively Speaking, Chinglish, The Normal Heart, House of Blue Leaves, Anything Goes, Ghetto Klown, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, A Life in the Theatre, Fences, All About Me, A Behanding in Spokane, Race, Fela!, Bye Bye Birdie, A Steady Rain, Waiting for Godot, You're Welcome America, Pal Joey, American Buffalo, Speed the Plow, A Man For All Seasons, Les Liasons Dangereuses, South Pacific, Sunday in the Park with George, The Homecoming, Cyrano de Bergerac, Pygmalion, Old Acquaintance, 110 in the Shade, Talk Radio, Prelude to a Kiss, Spring Awakening, High Fidelity, Barefoot in the Park, Souvenir, Steel Magnolias, Sweet Charity, Match, Fiddler on the Roof, Bobby Boland, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, and Golda's Balcony. Recent Off Broadway: West Side Story, Stage Around, Tokyo, Mary Jane and Othello, (NYTW) and Turn Me Loose, (Westside Theatre). Recent TV projects include creations for Fosse Verdon, Samantha Bee, and Sesame Street. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: A Beautiful Noise on Instagram: instagram.com/abeautifulnoisemusical A Beautiful Noise on Facebook: facebook.com/ABeautifulNoiseMusical Get Your Tickets: abeautifulnoisethemusical.com --- Come say hi to us! Facebook: @PageToStagePodcast @BroadwayPodcastNetwork Instagram: @PageToStagePodcast @TheMaryDina @BrianSedita @BroadwayPodcastNetwork Twitter: @TheMaryDina @BwayPodNetwork YouTube: @PageToStagePodcast @BroadwayPodcastNetwork #PageToStagePodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Cinematography Podcast
Director Steve Pink and cinematographer Bella Gonzales on the indie film The Wheel

The Cinematography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 63:01


The Wheel is about a young couple whose marriage is in crisis. They decide to retreat to a house in the woods to try to work out their differences, where they meet another couple who seem to have it all figured out. As they get to know each other, all four characters prove to be flawed and complicated. The Wheel is the first romantic drama Steve Pink has directed. He's known for his work on comedies such as High Fidelity, Grosse Pointe Blank and Hot Tub Time Machine, and he was thrilled for the chance to direct a drama. Steve cast actor Amber Midthunder (Prey), who had worked with cinematographer Bella Gonzales a few years ago on a short film, Prayers of a Saint. Steve admired her work on the short, and asked Bella to be the DP for The Wheel. It was during the summer of 2020 and most film productions were still shut down, so it was appealing to work with a small cast and crew that could stay in a bubble together to shoot a true low-budget indie drama for 18 days. They found a summer camp location in the mountains outside Los Angeles, and after a short two week prep, Steve, Bella and the 20 person crew drove up, with their own cars packed with equipment. Steve even used some of his own furniture, with some of the female cast member's costumes provided by his wife's wardrobe. For cinematographer Bella Gonzales, the movie was about finding moments and figuring out the heart of the movie. Every visual decision was based on what emotion the characters were feeling in each scene. It wasn't about getting the perfect shot, it was all about capturing the moods of the characters and the drama of complicated relationships. They had a circle of trust with the actors and the camera crew to create intimacy. Bella and Steve embraced the limited scope of the location- being able to shoot in the small area of the woods and the house made their creative decisions very easy. The crew was so small that everyone was extremely involved and invested in making the film great. Find The Wheel on VOD such as AppleTV+ or other streaming services. Find Steve Pink: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0684336/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 Instagram: @alsostevepink Find Bella Gonzales: https://www.bellagonzales.com/ Instagram: @bellagonzalesdp Find out even more about this episode, with extensive show notes and links: http://camnoir.com/ep181/ Sponsored by Hot Rod Cameras: www.hotrodcameras.com The Cinematography Podcast website: www.camnoir.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheCinematographyPodcast Facebook: @cinepod Instagram: @thecinepod Twitter: @ShortEndz

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 608: Hot Tub Time Machine, High Fidelity & Directing in Hollywood with Steve Pink

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 75:43 Very Popular


Steve Pink's career as a writer, producer, and director is inextricably linked to his pal John Cusack. Pink co-wrote the screenplay for the 1997 black comedy "Grosse Pointe Blank," where Cusack played a deadpan assassin, and also worked on the adaptation of Nick Hornby's novel "High Fidelity," which was made into a film for Cusack in 2000.Pink had co-producer credits on both movies, and, in 2010, he finally directed Cusack in the '80s flashback comedy "Hot Tub Time Machine." Pink got his start as an actor in the Cusack movie "The Sure Thing" in '85; he also appeared in "Grosse Pointe Blank" and played a limo driver in the comedy "America's Sweethearts," where Cusack was paired with Julia Roberts and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Fittingly.Pink has worked as a co-executive producer on the TV series "Entourage," a tribute to male friendship in show business, and he has stepped up as producer on the Tom Cruise vehicle "Knight and Day."His new film is The Wheel.Albee and Walker, a young couple on the brink of divorce, rent a mountain getaway to save their fledgling marriage. Before long, their personal drama creates tension between their newly engaged AirBnB hosts -- Ben & Carly — leaving us to wonder if either couples' relationships will survive the weekend. Cast: Amber Midthunder, Taylor Gray, Bethany Anne Lind, Nelson Lee, Carly Nykanen, Kevin Pasdon. Available on DIGITAL and ON DEMAND, July 22nd.Enjoy my conversation with Steve Pink.