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Julian Reid explores the way music and scripture can come together to create a sacred space. Extending metaphors of music as architecture and dwelling and spiritual experience as a river, the jazz pianist, producer, writer, and performer explains a recent project of his, "Notes of Rest," combining African-American spirituals with classical hymns for an experience of spiritual hospitality, gratitude, and proclamation of the Gospel into the full spectrum of human experience, in all its pain, frustration, frenzy, stillness, and joy. Throughout the conversation you'll hear Julian play along to accompany his points; he also graciously provided beautiful meditative interludes, much like the kind you'd experience in one of his "Notes of Rest" sessions. Interview by Matt Croasmun.Show NotesClick here to learn more about Julian Reid's "Notes of Rest"Introduction: Evan Rosa"God has given us music so that above all it can lead us upwards. Music unites all qualities: it can exalt us, divert us, cheer us up, or break the hardest of hearts with the softest of its melancholy tones. But its principal task is to lead our thoughts to higher things, to elevate, even to make us tremble… The musical art often speaks in sounds more penetrating than the words of poetry, and takes hold of the most hidden crevices of the heart… Song elevates our being and leads us to the good and the true. If, however, music serves only as a diversion or as a kind of vain ostentation it is sinful and harmful." (Friedrich Nietzsche at 14 years old; see Friedrich Nietzsche: A Philosophical Biography by Julian Young; h/t Brain Pickings)Bringing together music and scriptureEngendering wonder and trust as a seedbed for a life of faithCreating space, the architecture that music createsWeekly liturgical practicesThe ends and uses of music in sacred spacesLiving in a tent, motel—a musical spiritual hotelScripture is like a cathedral or museum.Performance: "Thank You, Lord"Gratitude—the way we enter into hospitality, "what it means to be hosted by God"Hotel art—the artwork invites and calms rather than jarring and provokingCuriosity vs calmnessInvoking a different kind of responseSanitizing the PsalmsPerformance: "Give Me Jesus"Speaking to different registersAimed at an encounter with the living GodGraceProclamation: music and preachingTaking risks over the pulpitKarl Barth: "God tempts the church through God's absence."Kerygma: "proclamation"Performance: "Lord, Hear My Prayer" (Taize)Word and WaterThe metaphor of water utilized in "Notes of Rest"Black musical idiomsFinding the use of Contemporary Christian Music (CCM)Balm in GileadThe Hymns of Isaac Watts, colonizing, historical contextCombining musical genealogiesBraxton Shelly's Healing for the SoulImaginative fuel from the mysticsCistercian monastics: worshipping in silence and solitude; "a long-standing faith"Performance: "Lord, Hear My Prayer / Give Me Jesus" (Medley)Introduction (Evan Rosa)One of the most gripping and influential philosophers of the last 200 years once wrote:"God has given us music so that above all it can lead us upwards. Music unites all qualities: it can exalt us, divert us, cheer us up, or break the hardest of hearts with the softest of its melancholy tones. But its principal task is to lead our thoughts to higher things, to elevate, even to make us tremble… The musical art often speaks in sounds more penetrating than the words of poetry, and takes hold of the most hidden crevices of the heart… Song elevates our being and leads us to the good and the true. If, however, music serves only as a diversion or as a kind of vain ostentation it is sinful and harmful."That Friedrich Nietzsche, written when he was 14 years old.There is plenty of "vain ostentation" in popular music today, and certainly not excluding the music played in church.But the unitive depth and invitation into transcendence that music offers us of course pairs beautifully with scripture. And whatever else might have changed in Nietzsche's thinking, even at the end of his life in Twilight of the Idols, he suggested that "Without music life would be a mistake. The German imagines even God as a songster." And I say: Well, not just the German, but the human.In today's episode, Matt Croasmun welcomes Julian Reid, jazz pianist and producer, writer, and performer (not to mention Yale and Emory educated). You can hear his hip-hop infused jazz project The JuJu Exchange on episode 26 of For the Life of the World, when Julian joined us to talk about How Jazz Teaches us Faith and Justice. Today, Matt and Julian explore the way music and scripture can come together to create a sacred space. Extending metaphors of music as architecture and dwelling and spiritual experience as a river, Julian explains a recent project of his, "Notes of Rest," combining African-American spirituals with classical hymns for an experience of spiritual hospitality, gratitude, and proclamation of the Gospel into the full spectrum of human experience, in all its pain, frustration, frenzy, stillness, and joy.Throughout the conversation you'll hear Julian play along to accompany his points; he also graciously provided beautiful meditative interludes, much like the kind you'd experience in one of his "Notes of Rest" sessions.Thanks for listening.About Julian ReidJulian Reid is a Chicago-based jazz pianist and producer, writer, and performer (B.A. Yale University / M.Div. Emory University). The JuJu Exchange is a musical partnership also featuring Nico Segal (trumpet, Chance the Rapper; The Social Experiment) and Everett Reid—exploring creativity, justice, and the human experience through their hip-hop infused jazz. Their new 5-song project is called The Eternal Boombox. Julian's latest project is "Notes of Rest"—a spiritual mini-retreat that places meditations from the Bible on a bed of music, cultivating rest, contemplation, and creativity in all who will hear Jesus' call.Production NotesThis podcast featured musician Julian Reid and biblical scholar Matt CroasmunEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, Natalie Lam, and Logan LedmanA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give
Hello everyone, in this episode of AirMagique, Eric and Niels share their experience of staying at the newest DLP hotel. We're spilling the tea on the rooms, amenities, art, service and so much more. Access Exclusive Episodes on AirMagique+: http://patreon.com/airmagique Follow AirMagique on Social Media Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Follow Niels (credit goes to him for the fabulous photo used in the cover) from Capturing Disney Parks: Instagram | Twitter | Website AirMagique is an unofficial podcast, made with love, and is not affiliated with The Walt Disney Company or any of its subsidiaries. This episode is not sponsored, all promotional or advertised content will be clearly identified. Music by: ♫ Track: [Electro Swing] TeknoAxe - Piccolo and a Cane [No Copyright Music] ♫ Watch: https://youtu.be/tG9EEkg4Tlk [Support TeknoAXE] - https://youtu.be/8Gz-9QICa38
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Hans Pfister, president of Cayuga Collection, joined me from San Jose, Costa Rica to talk about sustainable tourism. We spent our time discussing how he does things differently with his group of sustainable luxury hotels. He says, “Fire can be something very useful, but it can also be very destructive. Tourism is the same way.” He urges the hospitality industry and consumers alike to think local, think long-term, and get creative. Hans took me through how they do things differently at Cayuga Collection, giving us a list of things to look for when we're booking a vacation. Details can be found in the show notes (linked below). SIMPLE IDEA: Ask questions. Call the hotel that we are thinking of booking. Ask them, “What do you do to be sustainable? What does sustainability mean for you?” If we get a good answer, we can feel comfortable booking. When we're at the destination, ask the staff questions such as, “How did this place look 20 years ago before tourism? Has it improved? Is it worse?” Share what we find with the people around us. SHOW NOTES: https://ForAnimalsForEarth.com/podcast/61
Hans Pfister, president of Cayuga Collection, joined me from San Jose, Costa Rica to talk about sustainable tourism. We spent our time discussing how he does things differently with his group of sustainable luxury hotels. He says, “Fire can be something very useful, but it can also be very destructive. Tourism is the same way.” He urges the hospitality industry and consumers alike to think local, think long-term, and get creative. Hans took me through how they do things differently at Cayuga Collection, giving us a list of things to look for when we're booking a vacation. Details can be found in the show notes (linked below). SIMPLE IDEA: Ask questions. Call the hotel that we are thinking of booking. Ask them, “What do you do to be sustainable? What does sustainability mean for you?” If we get a good answer, we can feel comfortable booking. When we're at the destination, ask the staff questions such as, “How did this place look 20 years ago before tourism? Has it improved? Is it worse?” Share what we find with the people around us. SHOW NOTES: https://ForAnimalsForEarth.com/podcast/60
We did our first ever livestream episode! We talked about the Biltmore Hotel in Rhode Island, The Jusco Phantom, and a haunted mine in Nevada. Find us on Twitter: Sarge - https://twitter.com/BastardProphet Maynerd - https://twitter.com/maynerdrules Laura - https://twitter.com/Nature_B_Laura The Podcast Account - https://twitter.com/CGSuperNormal Find us on Instagram: Sarge - https://www.instagram.com/sargethedes... Maynerd - https://www.instagram.com/maynerdrules/ Check out our store on TeeSpring: https://citizensguidetothesupernormal... See the recording of this livestream at: https://youtu.be/HYtnLotlum8 My two sources for The Jusco Phantom (they did a way better job than I did): KyotoRabato on YouTube: https://youtu.be/yX2oyNmyndc Mr. Ballen on YouTube: https://youtu.be/lG6ghojk3oQ
In this episode we discuss the pros and cons of camping vs getting a hotel on your travels. Come join us Sat Nov 13 at 9pm est for a live podcast recording on our YouTube channel. Hope we see you there.Visit our sponsor and support the show!https://mototomic.com
This week we discuss a haunting fitting with the holiday season. The Hotel Chelsea in New York is one of the most haunted hotels known to the united states. Listen in as we discuss the ghosts and mysteries of the hotel.Thanks for listening and remember to like, rate, review, and email us at: email@example.com or tweet us at @C3Podcast. Also check out our Patreon: www.patreon.com/cultscryptidsconspiracies. Thank you to T.J. Shirley for our theme.
Part four of 5 short stories for Halloween - The George and Pilgrim Hotel. The ancient hostel in Glastonbury, England that has many ghosts within its walls.
Holly Golightly würde diese Folge lieben: Hula Hoop und Lessing, ein Host mit FOMO und Partys voller Manuskripte. Leider hatte Katharina weder Sonnenbrille noch Perlenkette dabei - das Frühstück im Holly-Golightly-Style schmeckt trotzdem. Über den Bestseller herrscht diesmal (endlich!) einhellige Begeisterung, zumal ein sterbender Hund als Metapher identifiziert werden kann. Verleger Helge Malchow plaudert aus dem Nähkästchen, Daniel gibt eine Kostprobe seines Hula-Hoop-(Nicht-)Könnens und Hörerin Frauke liefert eine unglaubliche Geschichte zu einem John-Irving-Roman. Die Bücher dieser Folge 00:05:54 Charlotte Wood: "Ein Wochenende", aus dem Englischen von Brigitte Walitzek (Kein & Aber) 00:17:16 Yaa Gyasi: "Ein erhabenes Königreich", aus dem Englischen von Annette Grube (Dumont) 00:21:34 Lisa Nicol: "Vincent und das großartigste Hotel der Welt", aus dem Englischen von Susanne Hornfeck (dtv) 00:28:40 Elias Hirschl: "Salonfähig" (Zsolnay) 00:35:10 Interview mit Helge Malchow 00:53:52 John Irving: "Garp und wie er die Welt sah", aus dem Englischen von Jürgen Abel und Johannes Sabinski (Rowohlt) 00:00:09/00:59:03 Truman Capote: "Frühstück bei Tiffany", aus dem Englischen von Heidi Zerning (Kein & Aber) Rezept für Overnight Oats mit Rhabarber-Topping Zutaten 150 g Haferflocken 375 ml Hafer- oder Mandelmilch 1-2 EL Ahornsirup oder flüssigen Honig 4 Stangen frischer Rhabarber (oder 400g tiefgekühlter Rhabarber) 3-4 EL Kokosblütenzucker 1 Messerspitze ausgekratztes Vanillemark Zubereitung: Die Haferflocken mit der Milch übergießen, Honig (oder Ahornsirup) dazugeben und umrühren. Über Nacht im Kühlschrank quellen lassen. Für das Topping den Rhabarber in 1 cm lange Stücke schneiden und mit etwas Wasser und dem Zucker einige Minuten zu einem Kompott köcheln (mit TK-Rhabarber genau gleich verfahren). Das Vanillemark hinzufügen. Es war ein warmer Abend, beinahe Sommer, und sie trug ein enges, schlichtes schwarzes Kleid, schwarze Sandaletten und eine breite Perlenkette, die ihren Hals wie Ein Reif umschloss. Bei all ihrer schicken Magerkeit strahlte sie eine Haferflocken-Gesundheit aus, eine Seifen- und Zitronenreinlichkeit, und auf ihren Wangen lag eine raue Röte.
Near term market outlook is positive but elevated prices, supply chain problems, a shortage of workers, and the Delta Variant are creating uncertainty. In this week's episode, we discuss the scariest macroeconomic issues in terms of impact on commercial real estate. Darren King, Trepp's Head of CMBS joins us to discuss the almost-record CMBS issuance and explains what is happening in the conduit market. We then dive into the latest hotel activity stories and review hotel losses from the last decade. Episode Notes: Market news (0:25) What is the scariest macro issue for CRE? (5:40) CMBS and CRE CLO issuance update (13:43) What can supply the conduit pipeline going forward (18:30) An uptick in hotel activity (24:06) Hotel losses in the last decade (34:37) Shoutouts (43:00) Questions or comments? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Trepp: Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
This week the guys discuss the senseless death of 21 year old Canadian tourist Elisa Lam at the Hotel Cecil on Slid Row in Los Angeles. --- 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/barry-marino-openshud/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/barry-marino-openshud/support
Listen to the full show for Thursday, October 21st, 2021! -The River Rock N' Roll Machine: Scorpions' “No One Like You” -What's On Your Mind: Bitch, I'm A Cow -Celebrities Behaving Badly -Eddie Van Halen's Tribute -This Just in -What The Fact! -Worst Things Found In A Hotel -#Fursday: Boogey -Highway 99 Trying To Alleviate Congestion -What Your Zoom Background Says About You TheDog, Joe and Dana Show is live Monday-Friday 5:45am-10:00am on 93.7 The River in Sacramento, CA!
Bruno Ruiz-Nicoli es historiador del arte, escritor y colaborador en Condé Nast Traveler. Hoy viene al Hotel para hablar sobre la huida. ¿Por qué siempre asociamos huir con la desesperación y el fracaso? ¿Todas las huidas acaban mal? ¿Hay que enfrentarse siempre a los problemas? Charlaremos sobre grandes huidas que vienen a nuestra cabeza, sobre la huida como transformación, sobre refugios y paraísos artificiales, sobre arte, belleza y escribir. Y mucho más. Como siempre, donde siempre.Notas:LIBROS- Fábula de un otoño romano, Bruno Ruiz-Nicoli: https://dosbigotes.es/libros/fabula-de-un-otono-romano/ - El nadador, de John Cheever: https://www.todostuslibros.com/libros/cuentos_978-84-397-3357-7 - Diarios, de John Cheever: https://www.todostuslibros.com/libros/diarios_978-84-663-4757-0 - La belleza y el terror, de Catherine Fletcher: https://www.todostuslibros.com/libros/diarios_978-84-663-4757-0 - Fuga sin fin, de Josep Roth_ https://www.acantilado.es/catalogo/fuga-sin-fin/ - Don Quijote de la Mancha, de Miguel de Cervantes (puesto en castellano actual con Andrés Trapiello): https://www.todostuslibros.com/libros/don-quijote-de-la-mancha_978-84-233-5523-5 - El Barón Rampante, de Italo Calvino: https://www.siruela.com/catalogo.php?id_libro=2039 - La montaña mágica, de Thomas Mann: https://www.penguinlibros.com/es/literatura-contemporanea/34540-la-montana-magica-9788466352406 - Dignos de ser humanos, de Rutger Bregman: https://www.anagrama-ed.es/libro/argumentos/dignos-de-ser-humanos/9788433964731/A_562 - I Wonder If I Will Miss The Moss, de Jane Mead: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/09/20/i-wonder-if-i-will-miss-the-moss PELÍCULAS Y SERIES - El angel exterminador, Buñuel (Movistar) - Mad Men (Prime Video) - El Nadador, Frank Perry (Filmin) - Thelma y Louise, Ridley Scott - Dos hombres y un destino - Libertad Condicional, Dustin Hoffman (Filmin) - Mujercitas, Greta Gerwig (Netflix) CANCIONES - Paraísos artificiales, Dorian: https://open.spotify.com/track/0u0MdM6LdoRevkJLUtRAmp?si=wxfOalcJSWO-wOdqC8n8BQ&context=spotify%3Asearch%3Aparaisos%2520artificiales
Greetings from Phuket! I am staying and doing workation for 2 weeks from the beach. During my stay, I heard the hotel staff talking extra nice and polite Thai to me and other guests. So I want to share and compare extra polite and casual Thai for you in this podcast. Read my blog and see notes from this episode. Want to take Thai lessons with me - easy and fun?
On this second Halloween episode, it's a warm welcome back to paranormal investigator and author Ruth Roper Wylde to discuss some of her favourite scary tales from These Haunted Times Volume Two. We discuss a frightening night for a group of teenagers whilst using a Ouija board, terrifying spectral encounters on roads, haunted hotel rooms and a strange story involving a ghost with a taste for sausages! It was lovely to catch up with Ruth and no doubt we will speak with her in the near future. These Haunted Times Volume Two can be found here: Our Patreon is now live, with bonus content, early release of the regular show, articles and monthly prizes for everyone who signs up! Join here now for the flat fee of $4 a month which is a bargain! Don't forget, you can now show your support with our Merchandise shop on Redbubble! Check it out here! We are also now on Vburl - check us out here: You can join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel! Email us at email@example.com with any feedback, guest suggestions or if you'd like to appear. All artwork by Dean Bestall and the show was produced by Brennan Storr of the Ghost Story Guys. Mysteries and Monsters is a part of the Straight Up Strange Network. #ghosts #ruthroperwylde #hauntings #haunted #spirits #ghouls #hauntedroads #poltergeists #ouija #UK #thesehauntedtimes #spectral #hotel #York #Snoopy #sausage
Die Krise ist Dein Freund, sagt der Geschäftsführer der „Upstalsboom“ Hotelgruppe und Bestsellerautor Bodo Janssen. Dass er Krise kennt, muss er keinem beweisen. Als 24-Jähriger wurde der Unternehmersohn entführt und war bis zu seiner Befreiung durch ein Polizei Sondereinsatzkommando Folter und Scheinhinrichtungen ausgesetzt. Sein Vater starb bei einem Flugzeugabsturz und er übernahm daraufhin das Hotelunternehmen. Alles lief scheinbar gut, bis die Mitarbeiter mehrheitlich gegen ihn rebellierten und ihm seine Führungskraft absprachen. Wie er durch Stille vieles änderte und mit seinem Team trotz allem heute den touristischen Norden Deutschlands maßgeblich mitgestaltet, erzählt Bodo Janssen in einem spannenden Gespräch mit Sven Meyer und Andy Janz.
Suffolk Times town hall reporter Brianne Ledda discusses last week's public hearing regarding The Enclaves, a hotel and restaurant proposal in Southold. In this episode, we also hear from some of the people who spoke in support and against the project at the hearing. This episode of Closer Look was hosted and edited by Grant Parpan. Field recording by Brianne Ledda.
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An Auckland inner city hotel has decided it will only take guests who are fully vaccinated from November. The Hotel Britomart, including its restaurant will turn away anyone who cannot prove they have had two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. The hotel's owner also operates The Landing, in the Bay of Islands, which is also part of the vaccine mandate. Guests at the hotels will have to show their vaccine documentation to book a room, and those turning up for alert level 3 takeaways will also be asked to show their vaccine status on arrival. The hotel's general manager Clinton Farley said they are taking the stance to keep their staff and guests safe. "We've decided to take a stance on mandating vaccines across our entire team. So we're aiming for all teams to be vaccinated by the first of November. Further to that, everything that we do at the Hotel Britomart is aimed at providing the best possible experience for our guests. So, with that said, we're mandating that all suppliers and contractors and visitors whether they be guests or restaurant patrons, also are double dosed and able to provide evidence of that before setting foot on our property." He said customers, guests and contractors will be given plenty of warning. "Prior to their arrival arriving at the hotel, we send out a number of communications, whether that be on our website or our booking engines, and we also ask people to confirm that they have been double dose vaccinated. "If they arrive at the hotel or the restaurant without evidence of such, we will be not be able to check them into the hotel or allow them to dine at our restaurant." Farley said the legal ramifications have been considered and the decision to introduce a vaccine mandate was not taken lightly. Not everyone is so bold though, the Hotel Council Aotearoa has formally asked the ministers of tourism and finance to pass legislation to make vaccine mandates legal in the hotel and hospitality sectors. Its strategic director James Doolan said many business owners do not want to take on the risk themselves. "I'm hearing from members that they would like to introduce vaccine mandates, but it's important that the government takes the lead and passes legislation confirming vaccine mandates by hotels and other hospitality venues would be legal. "Earlier on in the fight against Covid the government passed legislation confirming that the lockdowns were legal, and I think it's perfectly reasonable for hotels and hospitality venues to ask the government to pass similar legislation confirming that the vaccine mandates are legal too." Doolan said he hopes the government's announcement this Friday will include a vaccine mandate for the hotel and hospitality sectors.
A year to date inflation report on products and services via Statista.com, shrink-flation on the Hotel front and other industries, the supply chain crisis, the massively understated CPI, Inflation Induced Debt Destruction! Let's Go Brandon! And today's guest is Parag Khanna, author of the new book Move: The Forces Uprooting Us. It is a fascinating look at the deep trends that are shaping the most likely scenarios for the future. Most important, it guides each of us as we determine our optimal location on humanity's ever-changing map. Website: www.ParagKhanna.com www.Statista.com The WEALTH TRANSFER is happening FAST! Protect your financial future now! Did you know that 25% to 40% of all dollars ever created were dumped into the economy last year??? This will be devastating to some and an opportunity to others, be sure you're on the right side of this massive wealth transfer. Learn from our experiences, maximize your ROI and avoid regrets. Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Asset Protection, Tax Savings & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else http://JasonHartman.com/Fund Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit www.JasonHartman.com Guided Visualization for Investors: http://jasonhartman.com/visualization
Chicago Bulls podcastimiz Drake Hotel'in yeni bölümünde Berkay Küçük ve Nail Gürgen, offseason gelişmelerine geniş bir yer ayırıyorlar. Preseason maçlarının analizini yapan ekibimiz WNBA takımı Chicago Sky'ın şampiyonluk hikayesini konuşuyorlar ve sezonun ilk 8 maçı için genel projeksiyon çiziyorlar. Akışımız: (01:10) Filmekimi Goygoyu (05:45) The Batman Goygoyu (12:00) WNBA Şampiyonu Chicago Sky. Candace Parker'ın ''Hometown Hero olma hikayesi. (23:00) Sen benim için şampiyonluktan bile daha önemlisin. (23:30) Emre Vatansever (26:20) Toni Kukoc'un HOF konuşması. (34:00) NBA 75. Yıl Tanıtım Reklamı (36:40) Space Jam 2, Michael Jordan cameosu (39:00) Geleneksel GM Anketi (40:45) ''Sen benin için tüm picklerden daha değerlisin Lonzo'm'.' (47:00) Jordan'ın US Today röportajı ve covid krizi. (51:50) Sonunda şampiyon olacağız, öyle görünüyor. Preseason konuşuyoruz! (53:30) Javonte Green, Billy Donovan'ın yeni glue guyı mı? (56:00) Alize Johnson (57:20) Pivot Patrick Williams deneyimi (01:00:30) Alex Caruso neden maç sonunda bu kadar kritik? (01:02:00) Preseason'da hücum şeması (01:08:40) Preseason'da savunma şeması, Derozan ve Vucevic sorunsalı. (01:18:15) İlk 8 maç projeksiyonu (02:21:00) Sorular
Our third Mid-Week Mini Spooks has us packing out bags and heading down to Indiana, to visit the gorgeous (and reportedly haunted) French Lick Springs Hotel. Tune in to hear Christie explain the history and the haunts of this infamous place - and the girls real thoughts on golf. Need a distraction? We got you. Listener discretion is advised. Shout out to our Patrons Tom, Angela & Bailey! Thank you for supporting Weird Distractions on Patreon. You can also support the show if you please on Patreon, where you can get bonus content each more! We're also on Buy Me a Coffee. You can also find us on Redbubble for some Weird Distractions merch. If you want to provide feedback or even your own weird story to be read on air in an upcoming Listener Distractions episode - please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're listening on Apple Podcasts, please consider rating & reviewing! It's the best way to support the show (for free). Thanks for listening!
In March of 2020, travel as we knew it abruptly ground to a near standstill. First cruise ships were docked, and then air travel quickly became limited to very special cases. Hotels stood empty except for those that held people in quarantine and the health care workers who cared for them. I think it’s fair to say that no industry has changed more as a result of COVID than travel. Today’s guest, Rafat Ali, has been at the forefront of understanding these changes, and the massive impact they are having on the entire industry. He is the founder and CEO of Skift, “the daily homepage for the world’s largest industry”, and perhaps the leading news source for travel executives. In today’s conversation, we’ll talk about the key changes happening in the world of travel that affect us all; why he believes in a reader-centric model optimized for travel professionals, rather than advertisers, and Skift’s recent decision to “debrand” their site.
Hello everyone! I'm so glad you've joined us today for episode 127, “Don't Let Fear Drive Us Apart.” Center Stage in Paris A missionary friend serving in Paris wrote the following in a recent newsletter I received. It's about the proof of vaccination that's now being required there. “...uncertainty continues to be the order of the day. The Passe Sanitaire, literally, “Sanitary Pass” continues to fuel strong debate and disagreement as the demonstrations across the country grow each Saturday. The scientific and medical communities are divided too, and more and more people in 'high places' are speaking out against the pass. I haven't been to a single dinner, picnic, or tea with friends where it hasn't taken center stage. The angst is real! Pray for us…” And then in a recent Skype call with a missionary in Germany, they told me “the vaccination issue is all you hear in the media in Germany, almost nothing else. There's a strong appeal from the government to solidarity. That we're all in this together as good citizens and there's something wrong with you if you don't want to get the vaccine. The same thing is happening in Austria.” Both of these missionaries see fear driving us apart What the US government is doing Here in the US all across the country, the government has been offering lots of incentives. Here are a few I found from this past summer: Ohio Anyone ages 12 to 25 was eligible to win five $100,000 scholarships and 50 $10,000 scholarships. Hawaii 21 different prizes including: Airline miles and free tickets from 5 different airlines, including 50 free airline tickets from Southwest Airlines. Hotel and resort gift packages. Pizza for a Year courtesy of Papa John's $1,000 gift card courtesy of NAPA Auto Parts Massachusetts Fully vaccinated residents,18 or older, had a chance to win one of the five $1 million prizes, while those between the ages of 12 and 17 were eligible to win one of five $300,000 scholarship grants. New Mexico Five weekly drawings will award four $250,000 cash prizes each week. A grand prize of $5 million was awarded at the conclusion of the sweepstakes, in early August, to one winner drawn from the statewide pool of vaccinated New Mexicans. Memphis, Tennessee There was a sweepstake for a free car to any resident who was vaccinated. Alabama The Talladega Superspeedway is offered people aged 16 and older who choose to be tested and/or vaccinated the thrill of driving their car or truck on the 2.66-mile track. Drivers and their riders will take two laps behind a pace car at highway speed, including the 33-degree-high banks. Deleware Prison officials offered inmates five days of good time credits, a free video visit, a snack bag or a special meal, and an opportunity to be scheduled first for in-person visitations when they resume. Wisconsin $100 gift card, lots of states are doing this A free creme puff at the Wisconsin State Fair in August Indiana A box of Girl Scout cookies. Really? That's an incentive? Another idea to change people's behavior Another suggestion to encourage people to get vaccinated appeared in a letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal. It's called the H.E.A.R. technique H. Hear. Ask open-ended questions E. Express gratitude. Thank you for sharing. A. Ask about the pros and cons of getting the vaccine R. Respond. Summarize what you've heard Pretty lame. I don't think it's going to prevent fear driving us apart. Questions we're not asking How do we improve our immune system? How did people handle the Spanish flu of 1918? What did they do to get out of it? So what does this divisive issue mean for us? How are we to view this issue in light of our relationships. How can we get the vaccine issue off center stage as my French missionary friend describes, and throw it in the dumpster out in the alley behind the theater? I have a few ideas. It starts with the observation that we are all a little afraid. The vaccinated The vaccinated are afraid the unvaccinated are going to infect us all, and then we in turn will infect others, including our loved ones. They may even end up putting us in the hospital. Or in the grave. They are afraid the unvaccinated will surely prolong this pandemic, and it will then take that much longer for life to return to normal. The vaccinated are afraid our country is turning into a nation of ignorant self-centered people who only care about themselves and not the common good. The unvacinated The unvaccinated, however, are afraid liberties are being taken away, where the government is taking more and more control of the daily lives of its citizens. They're afraid the government doesn't know what it's doing because the “science” they point to changes on a weekly basis. Remember “Two Weeks to Flatten the Curve?” They ask. Some of the unvaccinated are afraid because this issue reminds them too much of the medical science that endorsed lobotomies as approved medical treatment in the middle of the last century. They're afraid something's amiss when highly esteemed medical professionals are silenced when they raise concerns about side effects of the vaccine, like strokes, blood clots, and enlarged hearts. They're afraid because they fear the shaming some of them are experiencing for their stance will only get worse. I would say this to both groups: Acknowledge that we're all a bit fearful now. Let's help each other in our fear. Let's be afraid together, not emotionally apart from one another. Here's the main point I hope you remember from today's episode Don't let fear drive us apart because of our differing views of the vaccine. Extend grace to others on the opposite side of the issue as we are. The other side isn't stupid. Most of us are doing the best we can with the information we have. Fear Covid, but not each other. I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. Just send them to me in an email to john [at] caringforothers [dot] org. Or you can share your thoughts in the “Leave a Reply” box at the bottom of the show notes. A related episode you may want to listen to 074: Relationships During Elections Closing In closing, if you found this podcast helpful, please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts if you haven't already done so. I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, so that you don't let fear drive us apart. All so that you will find the joy God intends for you through your relationships. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's all for today. I look forward to connecting with you again next week. Goodbye for now. You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We depend upon the generosity of donors to pay our bills. 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Today on episode 203 of the Hotel Marketing Podcast we are going to dive into the 10 steps any hotelier can take to create kick ass content and ensure it ranks as highly as it can in the SERP. At least that's what our potty-mouthed marketing specialist named the article that we'll be covering today. You can enjoy the full length article at https://www.travelboommarketing.com/blog/create-kickass-website-content/. SHOW NOTES AND MORE! https://www.TravelBoomMarketing.com/podcast
Can you believe that we've been doing this thing for one whole year?! To celebrate, we are back with a bonus episode AND...MERCH. Check our instagram for more info. This week we discuss one of America's most spooky spots, The Stanley Hotel. All demons and no puppies make Hannah and Lacie dull girls. Get it? Cause it's about The Shining. Sources: -https://coloradoencyclopedia.org/article/stanley-hotel -https://www.tripsavvy.com/the-haunted-stanley-hotel-4108817 -creepy-stories-about-colorados-famous-stanley-hotel
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Refugees and asylum seekers detained at Melbourne's Park Hotel are calling for their “freedom” amid a COVID-19 outbreak that is expected to grow. - 43 طالب لجوء محتجز في هذا الفندق خضعوا لفحص كورونا بعد تسجيل 3 إصابات تم عزلها ولكن هناك مخاوف من أن الفيروس قد انتشر على نطاق واسع.
Welcome to the start of a spookie new series just in time for Halloween. It follows the fortunes of a London family who takeover the running of an old hotel. Sponsored by Wondery. Check out Melon's House Party - a new musical podcast. https://wondery.com/shows/melons-house-party/
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Mai come in questo periodo si è sensibili ai temi legati alla tutela della nostra vita privata, alle protezione della nostra intimità contro l'invasività dei media e dei dispositivi digitali. Ma è altrettanto vero che allo stesso tempo viviamo nell'epoca dell'esibizionismo e del gusto di mostrarsi a chiunque voglia guardarci. E' su questo assunto che si basa la singolare offerta di un Hotel di Rimini che propone un soggiorno di una settimana al simbolico prezzo di 1 euro a notte alle coppie di clienti che accetteranno di essere seguite e riprese in diretta streaming sui social 24 ore su 24 con telecamere disposte nelle suites a loro disposizione e negli altri ambienti dell'Hotel . In sostanza il soggiorno si paga con la rinuncia alla privacy.Bene, giriamo l'offerta a tutti voi che ci ascoltate, vogliamo sapere oggi qual è il prezzo della vostra privacy. Chiamate ora in diretta e diteci se l'idea di essere ripresi h24 in coppia in un hotel in cambio di una suite gratuita vi tenta o no, scegliendo tra queste 3 atteggiamenti: 1- Non ci penso proprio, la mia vita privata è sacra e non ha prezzo 2- Accetterei di essere ripreso h24 solo se venisse esclusa ogni forma di intimità di coppia fuori e sotto le lenzuola 3- Sono favorevole, alla fine siamo già tutti abituati a mostrarci gratuitamente, potrei farmi conoscere sui social e in più ci guadagno una vacanza
Fugindo da matemática, comentamos Round 6 se tornando a maior série da Netflix, falamos sobre teorias que se concretizaram, a exportação do personagem Zé do Caixão, o trailer da temporada final (final mesmo, agora vai) de Attack on Titan e a adaptação da clássica franquia Fundação para série. E aí, qual a sua teoria? HBO MAX Assista ao melhor do Universo DC na HBOMax.com CITADO NO PROGRAMA Round 6 bate recorde e se torna a maior série da Netflix Por que amamos Round 6? Hotel anuncia competição inspirada em Round 6 com direito a prêmio em dinheiro Após 13 anos, Ubisoft confirma teoria de fã sobre vilão de Far Cry 2 Produtora comandada por Elijah Wood fará reboot de filmes do Zé do Caixão Trailer da parte final de Attack on Titan traz conflitos e muita ação Confira nossos recaps semanais de Fundação APRESENTAÇÃO Pri Ganiko -- Instagram / Twitter Tayná Garcia -- Instagram / Twitter EDIÇÃO Doug Bezerra -- Instagram
**previously recorded on 11/24/2019** This week, the guys are forced to take their show on the road. Sam tells Dave about the most depressing documentary he's ever seen, and Dave tries to convince Sam that Dwayne Johnson is one of our best actors.
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Oh boy! It's the 'L' word again. Today, I have a solution oriented discussion with Mike Marshall, CEO of Marshall Hotels and Resorts. They've got about 75 hotels in more than a dozen states and we discuss how he is handling the crisis and keeping employees engaged and working!
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