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We all have our own image of our ideal spouse. We have different preferences in choosing the person we believe is best for us. That ideal individual might also be the one we ought to marry. Despite those characteristics, traits, and looks we often see first, it is up to God whom he has planned for us to marry. We ask for His guidance to send us the right person in our lives, oblivious to his plans for us. Whatever the cause or circumstance, whether we are praying to God for it in preparation or out of desperation, we all have one thing in common: our faith in God's ability to provide us with our hearts' desire of a so-called "ideal companion" or "our forever." In this episode, we are joined by Roger and Daniela Wetherall, a blessed couple who have been married for 33 years. They are conducting a free webinar program called The Marriage Course designed to help couples invest in their relationship and build a strong marriage. If you're interested to learn about how a God-designed relationship or marriage works, be inspired and listen to Roger and Daniela Wetherall talk about their marriage and how they trusted God to understand the purpose of their family's journey. Listen to Episode 93 for more! Shownotes How Roger and Daniela met [3:44] The idea of commitment [13:21] Daniela's maternal instinct as her saving grace [16:08] A difficult time in their relationship [18:08] Importance of praying to God [23:13] Significance of relinquishing expectations [25:27] Healthy way of interpreting “making your husband” [31:33] Falling in love again after 21 years of marriage [39:37] Roger and Daniela Wetherall's journey of marriage [41:33] A good trajectory for the future [46:03] Importance of being proactive in a relationship [48:34]
Wednesday of the 29th Week in Ordinary Time Optional Memorial of St. Paul of the Cross, 1694-1775; born in northern Italy, spent time as a soldier, then turned to solitary prayer, developing a devotion to Christ’s passion; founded the Congregation of the Passion–the Passionists–in 1720, and became its superior general, spending the rest of his […] All show notes at Daybreak for October 20, 2021 - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio
The adventures don't stop--Katie and Danielle keep moving up the peninsula, this time to the criminally under appreciated region of Abruzzo in central eastern Italy! Listen as they explain what makes this place so special, and if you haven't already, pair with the first two episodes of the new season to hear about Sicily and Calabria too! Don't forget to become a Patron at patreon.com/golapod to have early access to Gola events and collaborations, get Gola news before anyone else, and enjoy even more exciting benefits as you move up the tiers! And follow your two favorite golose @drcallegariscabinet and @katieparla to watch them eating and drinking their way through Italy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gola/support
Have you ever wanted to go off the grid? Leave everything behind and travel the world? This episode is for you.We welcome JoJo Hess who went from an all consuming Corporate Job at BMF Body Machine Fitness in Plano, Texas to becoming a nomad.He lasted for 5 years creating the brand, taking care of it as if it was his baby, working so very hard. But when he realized that in the end he wasn't an owner or a partner he decided to step away. The demanding job, turning 30 and having a wonderful girlfriend that was ready to settle down and have a family made this free spirit run. He is an untamable Gemini that cannot be tied down. After his first stint in Panama where he learned that you don't necessarily want to live where you vacation he turned all the plans upside down. Bumble made JoJo also known as a Gringo go to Colombia because Latin women absolutely love Gringos. He tells us about falling madly in love with an amazing beautiful woman and even though being drunk in love he got caught red handed with another girl, which he still regrets. We learn about JoJo getting scammed by a Telemedicine company. He was planning on going back to Florida, but he didn't stay there very long and has continued his travels to The Netherlands, Italy, Malta and Portugal. Follow his adventures on https://www.instagram.com/joemadic/?hl=enJoJo also was on the TV Show Friendzone. QUESTION OF THE DAY:You find out that your SO is in a group chat with friends comparing pictures of hot girls and guys and judging. Are you ok with this or are you mad. PARTY WITH MISS POLLY:What is Outercourse? TOO POSH SPILLS THE TEA GOSSIPA former sexy Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader who is a trainer at BMF and who was engaged broke off her wedding one week before the big day.
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the final chapter of his story: will he rise to even greater glory and perhaps cut out a kingdom in central Italy for himself or will it all come crashing down? Will the newly elected Pope Martin the fifth manage to set up a coalition strong enough to beat this great soldier?
Diego Barison moved to California from the Piedmont region of Italy in 2006. Today he produces great wine and beef.
Torna la massima competizione europea di calcio e questa sera Inter e Milan sono chiamate a fare punti contro Sheriff e Porto per sperare di migliorare la loro classifica e rimettersi in corsa per il passaggio del girone. Ne parliamo con Carlo Pellegatti da Porto e Massimo Paganin che racconterà Inter-Sheriff per Mediaset Infinity. Con Leo Turrini e il Presidente della Regione Emilia Romagna Stefano Bonaccini aspettiamo il GP Made in Italy di Misano, l'ultima gara italiana di Valentino Rossi. Buone notizie anche per Imola che fino al 2025 ospiterà il Gran Premio di Formula 1..
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Old Testament: Isaiah 63–66 Isaiah 63–66 (Listen) The Lord's Day of Vengeance 63 Who is this who comes from Edom, in crimsoned garments from Bozrah, he who is splendid in his apparel, marching in the greatness of his strength? “It is I, speaking in righteousness, mighty to save.” 2 Why is your apparel red, and your garments like his who treads in the winepress? 3 “I have trodden the winepress alone, and from the peoples no one was with me; I trod them in my anger and trampled them in my wrath; their lifeblood1 spattered on my garments, and stained all my apparel.4 For the day of vengeance was in my heart, and my year of redemption2 had come.5 I looked, but there was no one to help; I was appalled, but there was no one to uphold; so my own arm brought me salvation, and my wrath upheld me.6 I trampled down the peoples in my anger; I made them drunk in my wrath, and I poured out their lifeblood on the earth.” The Lord's Mercy Remembered 7 I will recount the steadfast love of the LORD, the praises of the LORD, according to all that the LORD has granted us, and the great goodness to the house of Israel that he has granted them according to his compassion, according to the abundance of his steadfast love.8 For he said, “Surely they are my people, children who will not deal falsely.” And he became their Savior.9 In all their affliction he was afflicted,3 and the angel of his presence saved them; in his love and in his pity he redeemed them; he lifted them up and carried them all the days of old. 10 But they rebelled and grieved his Holy Spirit; therefore he turned to be their enemy, and himself fought against them.11 Then he remembered the days of old, of Moses and his people.4 Where is he who brought them up out of the sea with the shepherds of his flock? Where is he who put in the midst of them his Holy Spirit,12 who caused his glorious arm to go at the right hand of Moses, who divided the waters before them to make for himself an everlasting name,13 who led them through the depths? Like a horse in the desert, they did not stumble.14 Like livestock that go down into the valley, the Spirit of the LORD gave them rest. So you led your people, to make for yourself a glorious name. Prayer for Mercy 15 Look down from heaven and see, from your holy and beautiful5 habitation. Where are your zeal and your might? The stirring of your inner parts and your compassion are held back from me.16 For you are our Father, though Abraham does not know us, and Israel does not acknowledge us; you, O LORD, are our Father, our Redeemer from of old is your name.17 O LORD, why do you make us wander from your ways and harden our heart, so that we fear you not? Return for the sake of your servants, the tribes of your heritage.18 Your holy people held possession for a little while;6 our adversaries have trampled down your sanctuary.19 We have become like those over whom you have never ruled, like those who are not called by your name. 64 Oh that you would rend the heavens and come down, that the mountains might quake at your presence—2 7 as when fire kindles brushwood and the fire causes water to boil— to make your name known to your adversaries, and that the nations might tremble at your presence!3 When you did awesome things that we did not look for, you came down, the mountains quaked at your presence.4 From of old no one has heard or perceived by the ear, no eye has seen a God besides you, who acts for those who wait for him.5 You meet him who joyfully works righteousness, those who remember you in your ways. Behold, you were angry, and we sinned; in our sins we have been a long time, and shall we be saved?86 We have all become like one who is unclean, and all our righteous deeds are like a polluted garment. We all fade like a leaf, and our iniquities, like the wind, take us away.7 There is no one who calls upon your name, who rouses himself to take hold of you; for you have hidden your face from us, and have made us melt in9 the hand of our iniquities. 8 But now, O LORD, you are our Father; we are the clay, and you are our potter; we are all the work of your hand.9 Be not so terribly angry, O LORD, and remember not iniquity forever. Behold, please look, we are all your people.10 Your holy cities have become a wilderness; Zion has become a wilderness, Jerusalem a desolation.11 Our holy and beautiful10 house, where our fathers praised you, has been burned by fire, and all our pleasant places have become ruins.12 Will you restrain yourself at these things, O LORD? Will you keep silent, and afflict us so terribly? Judgment and Salvation 65 I was ready to be sought by those who did not ask for me; I was ready to be found by those who did not seek me. I said, “Here I am, here I am,” to a nation that was not called by11 my name.2 I spread out my hands all the day to a rebellious people, who walk in a way that is not good, following their own devices;3 a people who provoke me to my face continually, sacrificing in gardens and making offerings on bricks;4 who sit in tombs, and spend the night in secret places; who eat pig's flesh, and broth of tainted meat is in their vessels;5 who say, “Keep to yourself, do not come near me, for I am too holy for you.” These are a smoke in my nostrils, a fire that burns all the day.6 Behold, it is written before me: “I will not keep silent, but I will repay; I will indeed repay into their lap7 both your iniquities and your fathers' iniquities together, says the LORD; because they made offerings on the mountains and insulted me on the hills, I will measure into their lap payment for their former deeds.”12 8 Thus says the LORD: “As the new wine is found in the cluster, and they say, ‘Do not destroy it, for there is a blessing in it,' so I will do for my servants' sake, and not destroy them all.9 I will bring forth offspring from Jacob, and from Judah possessors of my mountains; my chosen shall possess it, and my servants shall dwell there.10 Sharon shall become a pasture for flocks, and the Valley of Achor a place for herds to lie down, for my people who have sought me.11 But you who forsake the LORD, who forget my holy mountain, who set a table for Fortune and fill cups of mixed wine for Destiny,12 I will destine you to the sword, and all of you shall bow down to the slaughter, because, when I called, you did not answer; when I spoke, you did not listen, but you did what was evil in my eyes and chose what I did not delight in.” 13 Therefore thus says the Lord GOD: “Behold, my servants shall eat, but you shall be hungry; behold, my servants shall drink, but you shall be thirsty; behold, my servants shall rejoice, but you shall be put to shame;14 behold, my servants shall sing for gladness of heart, but you shall cry out for pain of heart and shall wail for breaking of spirit.15 You shall leave your name to my chosen for a curse, and the Lord GOD will put you to death, but his servants he will call by another name,16 so that he who blesses himself in the land shall bless himself by the God of truth, and he who takes an oath in the land shall swear by the God of truth; because the former troubles are forgotten and are hidden from my eyes. New Heavens and a New Earth 17 “For behold, I create new heavens and a new earth, and the former things shall not be remembered or come into mind.18 But be glad and rejoice forever in that which I create; for behold, I create Jerusalem to be a joy, and her people to be a gladness.19 I will rejoice in Jerusalem and be glad in my people; no more shall be heard in it the sound of weeping and the cry of distress.20 No more shall there be in it an infant who lives but a few days, or an old man who does not fill out his days, for the young man shall die a hundred years old, and the sinner a hundred years old shall be accursed.21 They shall build houses and inhabit them; they shall plant vineyards and eat their fruit.22 They shall not build and another inhabit; they shall not plant and another eat; for like the days of a tree shall the days of my people be, and my chosen shall long enjoy13 the work of their hands.23 They shall not labor in vain or bear children for calamity,14 for they shall be the offspring of the blessed of the LORD, and their descendants with them.24 Before they call I will answer; while they are yet speaking I will hear.25 The wolf and the lamb shall graze together; the lion shall eat straw like the ox, and dust shall be the serpent's food. They shall not hurt or destroy in all my holy mountain,” says the LORD. The Humble and Contrite in Spirit 66 Thus says the LORD: “Heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool; what is the house that you would build for me, and what is the place of my rest?2 All these things my hand has made, and so all these things came to be, declares the LORD. But this is the one to whom I will look: he who is humble and contrite in spirit and trembles at my word. 3 “He who slaughters an ox is like one who kills a man; he who sacrifices a lamb, like one who breaks a dog's neck; he who presents a grain offering, like one who offers pig's blood; he who makes a memorial offering of frankincense, like one who blesses an idol. These have chosen their own ways, and their soul delights in their abominations;4 I also will choose harsh treatment for them and bring their fears upon them, because when I called, no one answered, when I spoke, they did not listen; but they did what was evil in my eyes and chose that in which I did not delight.” 5 Hear the word of the LORD, you who tremble at his word: “Your brothers who hate you and cast you out for my name's sake have said, ‘Let the LORD be glorified, that we may see your joy'; but it is they who shall be put to shame. 6 “The sound of an uproar from the city! A sound from the temple! The sound of the LORD, rendering recompense to his enemies! Rejoice with Jerusalem 7 “Before she was in labor she gave birth; before her pain came upon her she delivered a son.8 Who has heard such a thing? Who has seen such things? Shall a land be born in one day? Shall a nation be brought forth in one moment? For as soon as Zion was in labor she brought forth her children.9 Shall I bring to the point of birth and not cause to bring forth?”
So your day starts out amazing, you're in all the high-vibes! Then one small disappointment snags your energy and sends you in a downward spiral of future tripping...Self-doubt, fear, overwhelm consume your thoughts and you're left feeling anything but Queenly. Have you been here? I just was! This episode is about recentering and asking this one powerful question: “what is today about?”Plus a surprise visitor makes a guest appearance, affirming divine support. Tune in to find out more!EPISODE RESOURCESPurchase your event ticket to Divine Direction! Follow me on Instagram @ginadeveeADDITIONAL RESOURCES⭐ I'd love to hear your big takeaways! Screenshot this episode and tag me on Instagram at @ginadevee.⭐Be sure to follow the Divine Living Podcast, leave a review, and tune in every week for new episodes.⭐ Purchase my book, The Audacity to be Queen, and receive the FREE companion e-course at https://www.divineliving.com/audacity⭐ Desire Queenhood + community at your fingertips? Download the Q Club app for access to my exclusive social network for women globally: https://www.divineliving.com/tryqclub
Are you curious about how to start creating habits that not only shift your actions, but shift who you are? Are you ready to shift your identity around your health and create habits and routines that match that identity? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this podcast episode is for you! Today on the @morethanyourweightpodcast I'm joined by the amazing Sabrina Magnan who is sharing her tips around creating habits that will ultimately transform who you are. In this episode, you will learn about: Sabrina's story and struggle with body image and diet culture How a trip to Italy forever changed the way she viewed food and her body The most common mistake people make when trying to change their lifestyles in order to improve their health The three different types of habits one can make and why identity change habits are the best How you can learn more about Sabrina and also watch her full talk on this in the Your Healthiest Years Yet Summit Visit the episode's blog post for more details & resources here: http://www.madewell345.com/2021/10/19/why-habit-behavior-change-is-really-about-identity-change/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/madewell345/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/madewell345/support
In January 2012, over 4,000 passengers and crew boarded the Costa Concordia cruise ship for a week of fun off the coast of Italy. The luxury ship was called “the Ferrari of the seas” and like any sport vehicle, you have to see what it can do every now and then. That is, of course, unless it's a 1,000 ft long, 150 ft tall floating city on water. In that case, maybe don't steer too far off course? Solid advice that, unfortunately, was not taken by the captain. The result was a disaster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"The three DeGennaro children departed Italy June 25, 1930, from Naples, aboard the Italian ship Augustus. Nine days later they arrived at the Port of New York."A teenager's migration to a new life in American begins an upward trajectory for this independent Italian woman that would last into the twenty-first century.
Texte: La police indienne a inculpé deux marins italiens pour le meurtre de deux pêcheurs indiens, incitant l'Italie à rappeler son ambassadeur. Traduction: Indian police charge two Italian marines with the murder of two Indian fishermen, prompting Italy to recall its ambassador.
On today's Hard Factor... Apple unveils its new Macbook Pro, Jackson Mahomes is in trouble for dancing on Sean Taylor's Memorial (00:12:30), Conor McGregor in trouble again for punching someone in Italy, Colin Powell has died at the age of 84 due to complications related to Covid, a waitress pulls a gun on customer at Waffle House, elementary school teacher gives away edibles as prize, fake authors in Spain, Taliban officials have never seen a globe, Koala's are going to bang themselves into extinction (00:48:00) & The manhunt for Brian Laundrie has gotten even sloppier than anticipated. (00:00:00) - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time (00:06:00) - Fun Fact - Penises used to have spines in them & fetuses are capable of getting erections (00:08:05) - Holidays - National Kentucky Day & National Seafood Bisque Day (00:09:00) - Today In History - The US defeated the British at Yorktown (00:10:40) - Honorable Mentions - Apple unveiled two new Macbook Pro computers & The first Bitcoin ETF will begin trading on the NYSE today (00:12:30) - 3 Jackson Mahomes - Patrick Mahomes' little brother, Jackson, is in big trouble for wiggle dicking on Sean Taylor's memorial at FedEx Field (00:18:20) - 2 Conor McGregor - Conor is once again in trouble for violence after an Italian DJ claims he broke his nose and bloodied his lip before the two were supposed to go to a party (00:22:25) - 1 Colin Powell - The first African American Secretary of State, Colin Powell, has died at the age of 84 due to complications from Covid (00:28:15) - The Silly South - Atlanta Waffle House waitress pulls gun on patron over some eggs & South Carolina elementary school teacher gives away weed edibles to student as prize TTIM (00:40:10) – Spain - Three men were discovered to be the real authors behind famed crime and thriller novelist, Carmen Mola, when they showed up to receive a prestigious award given to the author (00:44:52) – Afghanistan - Taliban official unable to find Afghanistan on a globe when asked on camera (00:48:00) - Australia - Officials are testing out a new Chlamydia vaccine on Koala's before they bang themselves into extinction (00:55:30) - Manhunt - US Marshals swarm the hotel room of a man in The Smoky Mountains after guests tipped them off that he may be Brian Laundrie. Also there are still hundreds of US citizens in Afghanistan and up to 75k allies, plus Coach O of LSU update on why he was let go. This and much more brought to you by our wonderful sponsors... Bean Box - No morning is complete without a cup of coffee—and brewing your daily cup at home just hits different. Order today at https://beanbox.com/hardfactor and get your first Tasting Box for just $5 with promo code HARDFACTOR. Express VPN - Protect your internet usage and data at ExpressVPN. Use link at https://expressvpn.com/hardfactor to get three extra months free. Caliper - Caliper delivers 30 times more CBD in the first 30 minutes versus CBD oil. Get 20% off your first order when you use promo code FACTOR at https://trycaliper.com/factor Go to store.hardfactor.com and patreon.com/hardfactor to support the pod with incredible merch and bonus podcasts. Watch Full Episodes on YouTube
Dan Saladino is one of those rare gems you meet who really change your outlook on life. The journalist and broadcaster, best known for fronting BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme knows everything there is to know about food.He has a new book out “Eating to Extinction: The World's Rarest Foods and Why We Need to Save Them”, which details unbelievably interesting stories about some of the most endangered foods around the globe, such as a wheat found in Turkey, a particular honey found in Tanzania, and something we all know about – wild Atlantic salmon.His Italian heritage played a huge part in his youth, and Dan speaks so eloquently about his childhood summers in Italy. This led us onto the all-important topic of pizza and what should and shouldn't be on a pizza!I could have spent hours with Dan, but this episode perfectly encapsulates him and his wonderful world of email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic by @casnova____This season is sponsored by Gorillas, the sexy grocery delivery app revolutionising online shopping. Fresh food delivered to your door in 10 minutes, catering to all your food-loving needs! Sign. Me. Up.Operating in major cities in the UK and globally, Gorillas supports small businesses as well as local producers to bring your favourite brands to your door. And just to get your juices flowing, they are offering all listeners £10 off your first order when you spend £20. Download the Gorillas app and use the code SEXY10 at checkout. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The law was blocked and then reinstated by lower courts, Also: Westminster memorial service for the murdered British parliamentarian Sir David Amess, and Italy's Five Star Movement loses control of Rome and Turin in local elections.
Little Amal is a 3.5m high puppet who has been walking nearly 9000 kilometres across Europe this summer in recognition of the journey made by thousands of child refugees every year in search of family members, safety and a new home. To mark this extraordinary project, five award-winning European writers have written short stories inspired by Amal's walk. Each one has responded imaginatively to the puppet's journey through their own country, reflecting the hopes and fears of both Amal herself and the people she encounters on her way. As she strides through the stories and across Europe, Amal takes on many guises. She's a refugee child from a camp on the Turkish Syrian border, who sets off in search of her mother, accompanied by an alter-ego puppet guide; she's befriended by a seagull in Greece; she strikes fear into the heart of a small, lonely boy in Italy; becomes the target for a kidnapping in Belgium… The Walk has been created by Good Chance Theatre, who started the theatre in the Calais Jungle and Handspring Puppet company, who created the puppets for War Horse. Little Amal began her walk in Turkey at the end of July and, helped by a team of puppeteers, performers, local people and arts organisations, she'll walk nearly 9000km across Europe, finishing in Manchester in November. She arrives in the UK, at Folkestone, on 19 October. This episode is Milk of the World by Sema Kaygusuz. A young refugee girl is rescued from a camp on the Syrian Turkish border by a huge puppet, who becomes her protector and alter ego as they set off to find the girl's mother. Sema Kaygusuz is one of Turkey's leading fiction writers, whose novels and short stories have been widely translated and won many awards, including an English PEN award for Every Fire You Tend, which also won the TA First Translation Prize for her translator, Nicholas Glastonbury, who translated this story. The story is read by Sirine Saba. Producers: Sara Davies with Tobias Withers A Cast Iron Radio Production
Dr. Cassandra Quave is a botanist extraordinaire. I was fortunate to chat about her early life, career path, and her new book “The Plant Hunter: A Scientist's Quest for Nature's Next Medicines.” Book Description: In The Plant Hunter, Dr. Quave weaves together science, botany, and memoir to tell us the extraordinary story of her own journey. Traveling by canoe, ATV, mule, airboat, and on foot, she has conducted field research in the flooded forests of the remote Amazon, the murky swamps of southern Florida, the rolling hills of central Italy, isolated mountaintops in Albania and Kosovo, and volcanic isles arising out of the Mediterranean — all in search of natural compounds, long-known to traditional healers, that could help save us all from the looming crisis of untreatable superbugs. And as a person born with multiple congenital defects of her skeletal system, she's done it all with just one leg. Filled with grit, tragedy, triumph, awe, and scientific discovery, her story illuminates how the path forward for medical discovery may be found in nature's oldest remedies. “The Plant Hunter: A Scientist's Quest for Nature's Next Medicines” can be found at penguinrandomhouse.com Cassandra can be followed at: Instagram: @quavesthnobot Twitter: @QuaveEthnobot Podcast: foodiepharmacology.podbean.com Website: cassandraquave.com To ask questions for future shows, submit them at: Facebook Instagram email Marlene at email@example.com Find Marlene over on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook
John and Andy discuss Roma's heartbreaking 1-0 loss to Juventus, including the refereeing controversy involving Daniele Orsato. Then Matt Falcona returns for the Falcona Forecast (34:15).Thank you to all of our current Patrons who make this show possible. You can support RomaPress by going to www.Patreon.com/RomaPress, benefits include: early access to episodes, extras episodes, and plenty more.Our website: www.romapress.netThe Falcona Forecast: @FalconaForecastA Big Heads Media Podcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò's released a special video message for the October 15, 2021 “No Fear Day” in Turin, Italy. Dr. Taylor Marshall reads and comments are Archbishop Vigano's statement on the New World Order regarding globalized religion contrary to Christianity. Watch this new podcast episode by clicking here: Or listen to the audio mp3 […] The post 766: Viganò: New World Order Religion Threatens Society [Podcast] appeared first on Taylor Marshall.
Today on Conversations on Dance, we talk with Marzia Memoli, chorus dancer with Martha Graham Dance Company. Marzia is from Palermo, Italy, where she started her dance and ballet training. She graduated from the Academy of Teatro Carcano in Milan and the Bejart's school, where she performed with the Bejart Ballet Lausanne. In 2016, she […] The post (256) Marzia Memoli, Chorus dancer with Martha Graham Dance Company appeared first on tendusunderapalmtree.com.
Meet Susan van Allen, author, playwright and living anthology of Italy in America. Susan is the pen behind 100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go which means Erica and Susan have a lot to talk about. Susan Van Allen's Italy Ciao Bella INSTAGRAM: @ericafirpo TWITTER @moscerina
Richard Moore has been in the Veneto region of northern Italy experiencing the rebirth of racing in an area that is rich in cycling heritage. Richard joins Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe to talk about the week's racing and riding. Filippo Pozzato, former Milan-Sanremo winner and Italian national champion, has created a new one-day race in his own image. The Giro del Veneto, first held in the 1920s but absent from the calendar for more than a decade, has returned and has been joined by the Veneto Classic and a gravel one-day race, the Serenissima. The Veneto region is also home to some of Italian cycling's most storied manufacturers, including Campagnolo and Sidi. But how does a new race fit into an already crowded Italian race calendar, what is the true potential for gravel racing, and what does it say about the current state of the sport in Italy? The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is sponsored by Calm, the #1 mental wellness app, to give you the tools that improve the way you feel. If you go to calm.com/CYCLE, you'll get a limited time offer of 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription, which includes hundreds of hours of programming.
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This week the guys talk about the return of MotoGP at the Emilia Romagna round, can Fabio Quarteraro win the MotoGP championship in Italy? Also, this is Valentino Rossi's last MotoGP in Italy, can he spring a surprise?The guys also look at the results from this weekend in the WSBK, WSS and BSB. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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In this episode, Janelle James talks about the changing landscape of marketing, market research, and the role of both in innovation. Reflecting on her time as a Black woman in America throughout the various steps in her journey, from her MBA at Harvard to moving to Italy, Janelle sees intersectionality as a core tenet of creating something novel that resonates with larger-scale audiences and populations. Listen for advice on: Pressure testing your ideas with opposing audiences The changing importance of employee experience for companiesHow to apply intersectionality to the innovation processUsing qualitative research to create better productsLearn more:Janelle James(Guest): https://www.linkedin.com/in/janelleajames/Zoia Kozakov (Host): https://www.linkedin.com/in/zoia-kozakov/About WIN: Women in Innovation: https://www.womenininnovation.co See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today's episode, I welcome Sandy Woodson! Sandy is a filmmaker and photographer who recently quit her 9-5 to be a full-time documentarian. She discusses her experiences helping to share the stories of those whose voices have been historically silenced in Kansas City, including in the LBGTQ communities, and also about her passion for widening the audience for all artists in KC, whether they produce art for major companies or for their own small shows. (Fun fact: the cover image for this episode displays a tulip flag from Womontown, which you can read more about in the full episode notes.) 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This was a neighborhood that had once housed Kansas City's elite but had fallen on hard times by the time the 80s rolled around. Drea saw the economic benefits and security home ownership could provide and wanted to make that available for the people like them who were on the edges of society and faced countless discriminations not only because they were lesbians but because they were women. In the late 80s and early 90s, a woman in Kansas City could not get a home loan on her own. She needed a parent or husband to cosign. Being handy, Drea had no fear buying a house with no windows, electricity or plumbing even though it was next to an apartment building that housed drug dealers. Drea could see a future of like-minded women, buying these beat up, cheap houses and helping each other fix them up to make homes. So Drea and Maryann put the word out and lesbians from all over the United States responded by coming to KC, buying houses and setting up a new community. As an organized effort, it lasted about 5 years, but the ripple it created is something that 30 years later can still be seen and felt. Episode 73 - Sandy Woodson [00:00:00] Lindsey Dinneen: Hello, and welcome to Artfully Told, where we share true stories about meaningful encounters with art. [00:00:06] Krista: I think artists help people have different perspectives on every aspect of life. [00:00:12] Roman: All I can do is put my part in to the world. [00:00:15] Elizabeth: It doesn't have to be perfect the first time. It doesn't have to be perfect ever really. I mean, as long as you, and you're enjoying doing it and you're trying your best, that can be good enough. [00:00:23] Elna: Art is something that you can experience with your senses and that you just experiences as so beautiful. [00:00:31] Lindsey Dinneen: Hi friends, whether you are just getting started or you're a seasoned professional looking to up your game, I have an exciting opportunity for you. Did you know that I am actually the creator of 10 different courses online that range from ballet, jazz, tap. They also include a mindset detox course and two Stretch and Tone courses. So if you're looking to start a new hobby or get a little bit fitter, or you're looking to do a deep dive into your mindset, really perform a true detox, I have the course for you, and I would love to help you out with that. So if you go to elevateart.thinkific.com, you will see all of the different courses I've created. [00:01:26] You don't have to step in a classroom to take your first dance class. I teach a signature 20 Moves in 20 Days course that allows you to learn 20 steps in just 20 days. It's a lot of fun. We have a great time together. And I think you're going to absolutely love the different courses. And Artfully Told listeners get a little something from me. So if you go, you'll sign up and use the promo code "artfullytold," all one word, and when you do so you'll get 15% off the purchase of any and all your favorite courses. All right, listeners, enjoy that. Again, it's elevateart.thinkific.com. See you there. [00:02:11] Hello, and welcome back to another episode of Artfully Told. I am so excited to have as my guest today, Sandy Woodson. She is a documentarian, which I am so excited to hear all about how that journey came about. But thank you so much for being here, Sandy. I'm really excited to talk with you about art. [00:02:35] Sandy Woodson: I'm excited to be here. Thanks for the invite. [00:02:38] Lindsey Dinneen: Of course, absolutely. Well, Sandy, you know, you and I met through Kansas City Fringe Festival, which I have talked about many, many times on this podcast because I think it's such a special thing. But I would love if you wouldn't mind, maybe we could start there, sharing a little bit about how you've helped the festival over the years and even your own participation and then go from there. [00:03:01] Sandy Woodson: Okay. Yeah, it was somewhere around 2009 or 2010. We haven't really been able to remember between Cheryl and I, but early on, I was in a freelance mode. I was contracting with KCPT or KCPS. But I was just contracting and I had some open time and somehow or another, I think I first talked to Cheryl because I wanted to create an app that all the festivals in Kansas City could be listed on. I knew through the film festival, Kansas City Film Festival, introduced me to Cheryl to talk about that. And then as always, you know, if you talk to Cheryl, you become a volunteer pretty quickly for the Fringe Festival. So that's what happened. And at the time I had extra time, so I got involved with, you know, I jumped in with both feet and also, that was the first time I really started displaying photography. I've always been interested in it. I've always had it as a hobby. And I actually did some photography for Fringe that year. I believe it was that year. And I've pretty much done it every year since then. I haven't been as involved in the last couple of years, but in all the years leading up to that, I was pretty involved in the organization side of it. [00:04:17] Lindsey Dinneen: For sure. Yeah. And, oh my gosh, I know you, you know, basically once, well, even beforehand, but certainly once the festival starts, you're hitting the ground running like literally almost 24/7. [00:04:30] Sandy Woodson: Yeah. For a lot of years, it was like that. And then, like I say, the last couple of years, I kind of stepped back a little bit because my work started to get more intense. And so I didn't have as much time as I used to. [00:04:44] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah, for sure. Well, are you planning to still, you know, participate in some ways and, and continue to exhibit your own work? [00:04:53] Sandy Woodson: Yeah, absolutely. And hoping to get now that I'm not nine to five, full-time somewhere. I'm hoping to get more involved with the festival next year, too. I'm happy that it looks like we're going to be able to meet in person again. That'll be awesome. [00:05:09] Lindsey Dinneen: Oh, hallelujah. I'm so ready for that. Okay. Yeah. Well, yeah. Thank you for sharing a little bit about that. And then, you know, specifically with your artwork, do you want to share what you kind of focus on as far as your photography? [00:05:26] Sandy Woodson: Yeah. So early on, my big thing was kind of spawned by the fact that I've, you know, had the way I put it-- I went to one too many bad photography exhibits where it's nothing but naked women. And I was like, so where all the naked men, you know, so I kind of got started on that path and did that for quite a few years. I was helped by that with not only Fringe where I could literally post, you know, or hang whatever kind of photos I want to do. At the time April McInerney, who I love, had a gallery called Slap and Tickle Gallery. And so she really opened things up for me. There was one time where she let me take over the whole gallery space and I hung, I had probably four or five different themes or years of work that I hung up. And then I set up a little area with rope and stanchion and a TV and a recliner and a cooler. And I said, I had a sign that said the "North American Male in his Native Habitat." And I had different guys show up every half hour to sit in the chair and do whatever they wanted to do. I was like, I don't care what you do. We just kind of want to here's guys. And here's what they do because that kind of went with the theme of all the photography I'd been doing the years leading up to that. [00:06:46] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. Well, and that is an interesting thing. Again, native habitat. I like it. Yeah. And what a cool opportunity to get to take over that gallery, so to speak and that's awesome. [00:06:56] Sandy Woodson: Oh yeah, she was so awesome. I mean, she let the gallery go a few years ago. But you know, with Fringe, I was always able to do two sets of photography every year because they had a blue gallery or the gallery where the naked stuff went and so for Fringe, I'd always have something everybody could see and then something people not everybody could see. And April, her gallery, it was like whatever I wanted to put in there. Yeah, so it was an awesome time. And in the years since then, particularly in the last couple of years, I have been documenting LGBT history in Kansas City or what I'm hoping, you know, history in the making, things that are happening now that in the future, hopefully somebody will want to look back at and see, but so that's mostly what I've been doing with my photography since I haven't. Since Fringe has been virtual-- well I say that-- this last Fringe, I hung ballroom photos, and I can talk about that too. That's one of my documentary, documentary projects that I'm kind of working on. [00:08:04] Lindsey Dinneen: Oh yeah. I'd love to hear about that. [00:08:07] Sandy Woodson: Well, and when you hear ballroom, people think of men and women dancing in a kind of a formal way. This is more the African-American trans community ballroom. And like, if you ever saw the documentary, "Paris is Burning," from the eighties or what really kind of brought it all back up was the "Pose" series that was on FX, I think. And that's really how I got to know the people in Kansas City that are part of that community is I went to that screening. They were screening it at Tapcade, a weekly show for, I don't know, 6, 7, 8 weeks. And so I would go and, and I started to meet the people who do ballroom in Kansas City. And they've been very nice in letting me. There was a ball two years ago that they let me videotape and photograph. And for Fringe this last year is when I hung those ballroom photos. So that's been a big interest of mine over these last couple of years. [00:09:06] And I met Michael Robeson, who was co-creator of "Pose" because he's related in the ballroom community to a guy here in Kansas City named Xavier and Xavier is actually the Grandfather of Ballroom in Kansas City. So anyway, it's been an awesome experience. The people I've met are amazing and very kind and letting me poke my nose in their business. And now that COVID is getting better. I hope to get a couple of more. You know, recordings of balls that I know are coming up. [00:09:49] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. How exciting and what a cool opportunity. And it's great that you're keeping track of, of history there because, you know, we, we would want to be able to look back on that and really, you know, dive in. So yeah. Yeah. I definitely think so and well, and that's a perfect segue. I know you've had, you know, a really amazing career in a lot of different ways and venues and all sorts of fun stuff. But I know now you're kind of on a, on your own trajectory again, you know, as far as I know, not working for other, for a specific other person anymore or other company. And so, you mind sharing a little bit about your kind of dreams and plans for your future? [00:10:30] Sandy Woodson: There are so many right now. I'm just loving everything right now. So I worked at KCPBS off and on for the last 25 years or so. And there were two other times where I went freelance and contracted with the station and did some other things that I was working on at the time. So this time I, the station had approved me, given me the go-ahead to do a Womontown documentary. And I can explain that topic in a second. And so what I did is I got all of it, everything's shot and kept not being able to spend the time editing it because my full-time job was too crazy for me to be able to do that. So I was going to buy a house. I took some money out of my retirement account, the house didn't come through. And I was like, "Hey, I got enough money in there. I could live for a while off of that." So that's what I'm doing. And I have four documentary projects ahead of me. [00:11:29] Well, and, and if you don't mind, I'd like to explain. I mean, so a couple of years ago for Fringe, I was in San Francisco. I was walking down the street and in the sidewalk, I saw a heart with two men's names in it, and I thought, "Wow, I've never seen that before." And it got me started down a path of trying to document men who'd been together 20 years. And I did that as a photography project. I did audio- recorded interviews with these men as to how they met, their favorite things about each other. I was keeping it short and sweet because when you were at Union Station looking at the photos, you could scan a QR code and it would go to the site where you could listen to their interview. So when I was interviewing them, all of them had had met at the Cabaret Bar. And I started hearing about the Cabaret, which I'd never been to. When the Cabaret was around, I was, you know, living north of the river and having kids. So I didn't really know anything about it and got very interested in that. [00:12:33] And then somewhere down the line, I decided I wanted to talk about HIV aids in the eighties because I didn't, you know, I know people have done documentaries on that for other parts of the country, but not for here in Kansas City. So I got excited about doing that. And then I was talking to Rashaan Gilmore and he's like, "This is not just a history thing in my community. This is happening now." Because in the African-American community, if the rate continues as it is from what he told me, there will come a time where one out of every two African-American men will be HIV positive. So it became the history and the current state of HIV/AIDS in Kansas City. [00:13:16] So because I'm straight and I don't know anything or didn't know anything at that time, a couple of years ago when I first started this, I just started meeting people, talking to people. I'm talking about the Cabaret, talking about what it was like to be gay in Kansas City in the early days, what's it like now. I started documenting Drag Queens and female impersonators and that met the ballroom community, started documenting that. So it's just kind of taken off from there. And I think for me, I'm real passionate about this because I feel like the people in the LGBT community until somewhat recently, it wasn't safe for people to be coming out. So all of this history that's gone on for all of these decades, very little documenting has been done about it, particularly with video. And I started partnering with the Gay and Lesbian Archive of Mid-America with Stewart Heinz and just meeting tons of people. And so that's been, that's how all of that kind of got started. [00:14:20] Lindsey Dinneen: Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, I'm, I'm so glad that you're choosing to tell stories that are, have traditionally not been told and, you know, historically have been sort of, like you said, kind of underground, hidden, whatever. You just didn't talk about it. So I think it's, it's cool that, that your endeavor is to, you know, meet these people and tell their stories. [00:14:43] Sandy Woodson: Well, and it's been really awesome for me. I mean, I'm glad that I was doing all of this on my own and, you know, outside of my full-time job and, you know, because of that, it has been a couple of years since I really began all of this, but you know, still in all it's, you know, there are still people who are afraid to talk about it. There are people who are afraid of talking about HIV/AIDS. There's, I mean, the thing that blew me away when I started thinking about it was every person I spoke to about the HIV/AIDS crisis and about those early days, they started to cry. I mean, it's, it's one of these things that no, it's almost been 40 years and nobody's really talked about it. You know? They, it's not a general topic of conversation and it's just kind of a, such a sad thing that it's not talked about as much. And I think it's, it's almost like opening a wound. And I've asked people when they've gotten teary, whether they regret having agreed to talk to me. And they said, "Actually, it's kind of therapeutic." So 'cause they hadn't thought about it or talked about it in almost 40. [00:15:58] Lindsey Dinneen: Wow. Wow. Oh my gosh. Yeah. That's, that's great that you're doing that and, and yeah, telling your personal story really does matter to someone who's willing to listen and not just listen, but like, ask questions, and "how was this experience for you and be empathic and that's, that's cool. So, awesome. Well so I'm, I'm curious then-- so going back, what got you involved in art and photography and all of those things, you know, at, at the beginning, what got, what sparked your interest? [00:16:32] Sandy Woodson: Well my dad does photography and so growing up, I was always looking at photography books and museums and artwork and reading. And my grandma, one of my grandmas painted. So there was always a lot of that for me when I was growing up and, but I got, I got pregnant and married very early at 18. And so-- well I was going to say things were put on hold, but they weren't. I got, I went right into theater at that point and got very involved in sets and props and doing tech backstage, sound and lights, and anything and everything really. I just loved being involved in theater and I love the process and the team effort that goes into it. And I just loved everything about it, but at one point 10 years later, I was going through a divorce and I thought, "Oh, I'll never make any money in theater. So I better stop that." [00:17:33] And I went into video and I started in corporate video. But all the things that I had learned in theater, some of those things translated, you know, these still need costumes, you still need props. You still need sets. You still need to organize how this all is going to come about and schedule people and crews and all of that. So that's how I became a video producer. And, but I didn't really do much except, you know, like I say, kind of playing around as a hobby with, with photography or writing or any of that until I got involved with Fringe, which was another 10, 20 years after that. And it's because, you know, as you know, Fringe is so accepting and they're all about, you know, we're not expecting everything to be perfect all the time. I started to understand what it means, what it means to go through the process. I mean, you have to get doing to grow and Fringe is so accepting of all of that, then it made me feel comfortable enough to start trying to do some things a little more seriously when it came to photography. [00:18:42] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah, that's awesome. Yeah. I'm, I'm such a big proponent of the Fringe Festival concept of, you know, these are unjuried, uncensored projects or shows that are being put forth. And so it is a very welcoming audience of, you know, it's, it doesn't have to be perfect the first time or, you know, you can experiment at Fringe and still have ,yeah, and still have such a great audience. And their feedback is so helpful, but you know, they're, they're there with you cheering you on, I would say. And so it's a really place to produce art. [00:19:24] Sandy Woodson: Yeah. Yeah, definitely. And like you say, to experiment. I mean, I've seen people try a lot of different things that they wouldn't have any other place to do that. [00:19:35] Lindsey Dinneen: Absolutely. I completely agree. Yeah. So I'm curious, I'm sure that there are many moments that might come to mind, but are there any specific stories that you can think of, of times of when either you were witnessing some artwork that really touched you or you witnessed someone witnessing your artwork and, and sort of a story of, of maybe those moments to remember, just because they're really special? [00:20:00] Sandy Woodson: Well, the most recent one that I can remember is, I went with a group of people to Italy and I'm a huge museum freak. I just love museums. I could spend all day in museums, not only because of the artwork, but they're just as a whole, they're very peaceful, beautiful places. So, but we went to-- gosh, what was the guy's name? It was some famous Italian guy, it was his villa. And I saw the Botticellis. They're like 10 foot tall by 10 foot or 20 feet wide. And it was "Spring Primavera," which I think I've always thought of as a Venus in a half shell or something. I saw that and another one and I was just like, "This is the most amazing thing I've ever seen." And, you know, I actually felt the same way one time when I was in Amsterdam and saw Van Gogh. There is --it's called "Apple Blossoms". I think it's "Apple Blossoms" and it was the first time I'd ever seen it. Now, since then, I see it all over the place in posters. I have an iPad that has a cover that has that artwork on it. [00:21:08] But I realized as much as I see this artwork in books, it is nothing to compare to when you get to actually see it in person. And the Van Gogh was one of the first-- well, my first and all of these happened in Europe. I know there are things in Kansas City that I've seen at the Nelson that every time I go, I have to go by and look at it. But the ones that made the biggest impact were the ones in Europe, because I had a whole series of books on art museums. And I would just go through those things over and over again. And to see these things in person just blew me away. So, oh gosh. And "Winged Victory." I love sculpture. "Winged Victory" at the Louvre just stopped me in my tracks to just-- things like that, that you just see them, it's like, "Oh my God. That's beautiful." [00:22:01] Lindsey Dinneen: Wow. Yeah. I, I agree is it's like, I mean, I can definitely relate to what you're saying about, you know, artwork and seeing it in person and the originals and such versus a photo. And I feel that way about art in general is just, if you can experience it live, there's nothing like that. It's so much better than, you know, it incorporates your senses and you just have these special-- I think it's cool too, because you often have-- I mean, I have many times gone to an art museum by myself and wandered around and, you know, enjoyed it thoroughly. But I think some of my favorite moments are connecting with people with art. I think that's a really special moment, you know? [00:22:43] Sandy Woodson: Yeah. And a lot of that for me is more like when I'm going to a play or going to an art movie or something that, yeah, there's definitely-- you can't compare watching it at home on TV or listening to it by yourself at home then that communal... That's I always love Shakespeare in the Park here in Kansas City. I love that, you know, all of us sitting outside and usually dying of heat, but you know, I, I really liked those experiences too. [00:23:15] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah, absolutely. Well, this has really been a lot of fun. I have a couple of questions that I like to ask my guests if you're okay with that. [00:23:24] Sandy Woodson: Sure. [00:23:25] Lindsey Dinneen: Okay. So first of all, what is one change that you would like to see in the art world? Whether that is, you know, specifically through one of the mediums that you have enjoyed and, and worked on over the years or whether that's like, you know, art in general, just what's one change you'd really love to see? [00:23:48] Sandy Woodson: I don't think-- probably because my experience with Fringe, I get really tired of the fact that we in this community, we seem to focus on what is considered "high art." You know, it's not like I dislike any of these people or anything, but I'm just going to say it, you know, with the Ballet and Opera and Symphony, those people get enough support. I mean, I know they need to raise money every year, but when you're looking at these artists that are part of the Fringe Festival to me, that's real art, you know, and I don't think it gets enough attention and I think people poo poo it. And I think I've seen some of the most amazing things. [00:24:28] There was something I saw that Kyle Hatley did. I think it was called "Head" one of my first few years at Fringe. And I, I was so blown away by it. You see amazing things being done by high-end artists in Kansas City during Fringe, and they're just as amazing there as they are anywhere else. And they're helping to support their friend who's writing a play for the first time or somebody who's doing some choreography for the first time. And, and, and /or people like Kyle Hatley who wanted to experiment with a play idea that he had. So I just, to me, that's where the real art is, and I don't think it gets enough attention. [00:25:09] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. Oh, I love that answer. And yeah, attention and funding, I think are our biggest complaints. [00:25:16] Sandy Woodson: One comes with the other. You get the attention first and then hopefully the funding. [00:25:22] Lindsey Dinneen: Yes, exactly. And then also, is there something arts related that you've wanted to try? Maybe another form of art, but you just haven't yet. Or, you know, it's kind of been intimidating to, to start. What's one other art thing that you'd love to do? [00:25:38] Sandy Woodson: Absolutely. When I saw-- well first I saw it here-- Nick Cave did it during open spaces using multiple projections. And then I saw it when I was in France. That was an experience with-- in fact, right now there's something going on in Kansas City with Van Gogh, that's doing multiple projections in a space. But the one in France was an old hollowed out quarry with 50 foot walls. And I don't even know how many projectors they had in there, but anyway, it was such an amazing-- that kind of an immersive experience. I love projections, Stephen Goldblatt, who does this stuff for quixotic. I love that. I think it adds so much to the performance when, when they use those projections. So video projection is probably something I would like to try at some point. [00:26:28] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah, that sounds awesome. I did see an ad for that Van Gogh experience and I was like, "Oh man, I, I, if I can get up there, I'm have to do it." [00:26:38] Sandy Woodson: Yes. [00:26:40] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah, absolutely. And then my final question is, at the end of your life, what's one art-related experience that you would want to experience again for the last time? [00:26:52] Sandy Woodson: Gosh, I mean, to me, I almost see art everywhere. I mean, I love architecture. I love fashion. I love jewelry design. There's so many things I love. Probably it would have to be going back to the Louvre, maybe? The last time I went, I dedicated two full days to going top to bottom. That was freaking stunning. So I'd probably try to go there one more time. [00:27:19] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. Yeah. That's on my a definite bucket list. I haven't, I haven't made it there yet, but it's coming. [00:27:27] Sandy Woodson: You got to go to Napoleon's apartments. I also love furniture and decorative arts, and good lord, that stuff was amazing. [00:27:37] Lindsey Dinneen: Awesome. Yeah, no, I will definitely have to do that. Well, thank you so much for sharing your stories and know what you're up to and, and all these exciting things, I'm just, I'm so thrilled for you. I'm glad you're in a place where you can really follow these passions of telling people's stories that need to be told. So I think this is really cool and congratulations on this new adventure. And is there a way for people to stay in touch with you or if they have questions or anything like that, is there a way for them to connect with you? [00:28:08] Sandy Woodson: Sure. You can email me at Sandy Woodson, S A N D Y W O O D S O N12@gmail.com. [00:28:18] Lindsey Dinneen: Well, thank you so very much, Sandy, for everything that you have brought to the world. Thank you so much for continuing to explore art and to share people's stories and to be a voice for those that haven't had that opportunity. And thank you again so much for being here today. And to everyone who has listened to this episode, if you're feeling inspired by it, I'd love if you'd share this with a friend or two and we will catch you next time. [00:28:52] If you have a story to share with us, we would love that so much. And I hope your day has been Artfully Told. [00:29:01] Hi friends. I wanted to share with you another podcast that I think you're going to fall in love with just as I have. It's called Harlem with a View, and it is hosted by Harlem Lennox, who was a previous guest of mine on Artfully Told and a dear friend. Just because it looks easy doesn't mean it is. There is so much that goes into the work of your creative. She wants to know how the artists got into their line of work, what inspires them, but most importantly, what keeps them going? She'd asked them about how they make it through the blood, sweat, and tears. She wants to know what it's like to live this creative life: the good, the bad, the ugly, and even the magical. So she goes behind the scenes with creatives, from different genres and she explores their history, their take on life and talks about the business of art and the dedication of making art. She has a brilliant, brilliant platform. I think you will fall in love. I highly recommend that you search for Harlem with a View. Thanks!
MJ's guest today is Sommelier, Wine Sales and Marketing Phenom and Chief Revenue Officer for Hundred Acres Wine Group, Landon Patterson. A native of Southern California, Patterson began his wine career as a Sommelier in Las Vegas, working with the venerable Wolfgang Puck at his signature restaurants on "The Strip". While there, he built a passion and a strong platform of knowledge focused on international luxury wines, with a specialty in wines from Italy and Spain. Patterson's love of wine and natural ability to impart that passion to consumers, especially luxury customers, quickly lead him into the world of sales and marketing. Over the last 20 years, his deep knowledge of international and luxury wines seamlessly translated into working as a sales and marketing leader with small, US family-owned wine producers. Landon Patterson became a member of the Hundred Acre team at the beginning of 2013. Over the past eight years, he has managed all aspects of sales and marketing, which work hand-in-hand in driving revenue, and expanded the Hundred Acre portfolio of wines into 35 countries on 4 continents. When he's not traveling the world for work - He's also dog daddy to his beloved French Bulldog, Sigmund. MJ and Landon discuss Landon's unconventional upbringing that ultimately cultivated his hustler mentality, ability to take a punch and get back up, and why he prefers to work with the passionate, the eccentric, and the manic. Landon outlines his unorthodox journey from being a Las Vegas waiter with no experience to being the best at what he does in the industry. Sharing some insights into Jayson Woodbridge's philosophy with Hundred Acre Wine, MJ and Landon discuss the importance of patience and the benefits of not playing by the rules. A huge thank you to Landon Patterson! Follow him on IG @iatewhatCheck out Hundred Acre Wine: https://www.hundredacre.com/This episode's in studio wines:2018 Hundred AcreArk Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon2018 Hundred AcreKayli Morgan Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon______________________________________________________________Until next time, cheers to the mavericks, philosophers, deep thinkers and wine drinkers! Don't forget to subscribe and be sure to give The Black Wine Guy Experience a five-star review on whichever platform you listen to.For insider info from MJ and exclusive content from the show sign up at Blackwineguy.comFollow MJ @blackwineguy Thank you to our sponsor Skurnik Wine and Spirits, one of the most trusted names in wine for the past 30 plus years. Check them out: https://www.skurnik.com/ Love this podcast? Love the cool content? Get a producer like mine by reaching out to the badass team at Necessary Media. www.necessarymediaproductions.com@necessary_media_ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Summary:In this episode of the Tragedy Academy, we welcome Mirko Castagna to the show. Mirko is a recovering nicotine addict; he was a smoker for over 20 years, starting at 14. He shares his battle with addiction and details the most challenging parts of his journey and how that affected his mental health. With a new perspective, Mirko shares what it looks like for a person who restarts their lives at 33.Key Points:
FREEDOM BROADCASTERS LIVESTREAM https://www.freedombroadcasters.com Thursday Oct 14 Guest: Dr. Bryan Ardis - CEO of ArdisLabs.com TOPIC: Depopulation In Progress. Be Prepared! Bio: In early 2020 Dr. Ardis lost his Father-In-Law because of ill-advised hospital protocols. Since that time Dr Ardis has been on a mission to help educate the public about the dangers to Americans in many of our "institutes of health." As the CEO of ARDIS LABS Dr. Ardis hopes to inform and inspire those who struggle with personal health issues, deliver real research, & applicable information that can help free Americans from emotional despair created by symptoms and disease. Dr. Ardis 2 practices have helped thousands of patients from all over the world including from as far away as the Philippines, Taiwan, Australia, Barbados, Italy, Scotland & many more. He sold Ardis Healing Center in October of 2018, and now consults the 3 practitioners who have taken over the practice, which now carries the name North Texas Healing Center. Dr. Ardis co-founded and formulates products for TruLabs LLC. His podcast "The Dr Ardis Show" can be found on the Dr Ardis Show YouTube page and at www.TheDrArdisShow.com What We Discussed: - What you Should Take to Prevent Covid - How to Cure Yourself - Can we Trust all the Freedom Fighters or have they Planted a Few Bad Boys - Unless Life Saving Care is Needed then Stay Away from the Hospital - How to Make Dr's & Nurses Liable - Creating a New Health Organisation - Don't get a Trach Vent if you want to move Hospitals - Dealing with Political Cults - What to do if you get Vaxed - Advantages of Ivermectin - Showing Why the Flu was never Cured - The CDC lie about the Flu Deaths - The Kickbacks the Hospitals get - Why Top Executives are stepping down from their positions - 1,000 Lawyers and 10,000 MD's are on our side - The Damages the MRNA Vax causes - Lethal Side Effects for Children - Myocarditis is now on the Vax Inserts and more Interview Panel https://www.freedombroadcasters.com Grace Asagra Time Start to 16.42 / Guest Questions 1Hr21 to 1Hr30 Podcast: Quantum Nurse https://linktr.ee/GraceAsagra www.quantumnurse.life Roy Coughlan Time 16:42 to 43 Podcast: THE AWAKENING https://www.awakeningpodcast.org/ Steve Time 43 to 1Hr21 Podcast: Awakened Mind https://anchor.fm/steve-fierro More from Awakening https://www.facebook.com/royawakening https://www.linkedin.com/company/freedombroadcasters
A 21yo British woman is less than a month into a foreign exchange in Perugia, Italy when she is brutally murdered in her apartment. Everyone's world is turned upside-down. And for the woman who found herself in the center of the storm -- and on trial for murder -- it has stayed that way ever since. My question is: Why, all these years later -- long after the courts have spoken -- are we still talking about Amanda Knox? Source materials for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/murdered-meredith-kercher/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Italy is open for business. The Covid-19 pandemic of the last year and a half has crushed travel and tourism in Italy. We've shared the stories of hardship on previous podcasts. There is hope on the horizon. Slowly but surely, people are returning, including the co-publisher of Total Tuscany, Pat Campagna. Pat recently spent close to a week and a half exploring his family roots. The name Campagna is a dead giveaway that he's Italian. But not from the mainland. On this trip, Pat skips out on Tuscany and enjoys the island life of Sicily. In this episode of the Total Tuscany Podcast, Pat is the guest on his own show. We go in deep on what it's like to travel with current Covid restrictions and testing. What's the difference between Sicily and Tuscany? Where there are several, but there are also similarities. Can we ask a favor of you? Please like this podcast and give it a review? Your reviews help more people who want to travel to Tuscany and Italy find us. If you haven't done so already, follow Total Tuscany on social media. We are on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and even Tik-Tok. If you have travel questions or need assistance booking a tour or tour guides in Tuscany, email us, email@example.com.
Seamus says Europe is on alert after UK and Norway terror attacks and there are mass protests in Italy over a Covid pass for workers showing that they've been vaccinated. Also he joins us fresh from the closing ceremony of the Lumière film festival in Lyon, where New Zealand director, Jane Campion has been awarded one of France's top cinema honours.
This Week we are taking a look at possibly the most important event in modern History the assassination that changed the world as we know it how different would our world have been if this random royal from an empire that was new and small had lived ? No WW1 No WW2?
Hi #smartcommunity friends! In this episode of the Smart Community Podcast I have a great chat with Renato De Castro a Smart City Expert and author of the book City SmartUp: a new era of smarter cities. He is currently located in the Middle East region, working as a Smart City Senior Advisor at RMA, advising local government entities and developers in Smart City planning. Renato tells us about his background in and passion for Smart Cities, the changes Renato has noticed in this space since 2009, we discuss the natural process of Smart Cities before Renato tells us what a Smart Community is to him. Renato then tells us about the task force he helped start with his children's school and other parents which set up their region for digital schooling when the Covid-19 pandemic hit Italy, and the personal benefit he got from this experience as well as the benefit to his region and community. We then discuss the importance of resilience in communities especially since the Covid-19 pandemic and Renato tells us all about his dissertation and guide to building Smart Cities through ‘SmartUp' and the 4 p's; people, public, private and partnerships. We finish our chat discussing the emerging trends of localisation in our communities, more investments and efforts into tech and more focus on human-centric communities. As always, we hope you enjoyed this episode as much as we enjoyed making it!Find the full show notes at: www.mysmart.communityConnect with Renato via LinkedIn Connect with me via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgConnect with My Smart Community via LinkedIn or Twitter and watch on YouTubeThe Smart Community Podcast is produced by Perk Digital
Spendieren Sie einen Cafè (1€)? Donate a coffee (1€)? https://ko-fi.com/italianoVi racconto Genova - livello B1/B2In questo podcast vi parlo di Genova con un poco di storia, cose da vedere, tradizioni, piatti tipici e persone famose di questa bella città.Buongiorno cari amici e amanti dell'italiano e benvenuti al podcast numero 64.Oggi voglio parlarvi di una bella città del nord Italia, una città di mare, con una storia importante e che vi consiglio di andare a visitare.Genova è il capoluogo della regione Liguria e si trova nel golfo di Genova sul Mar Ligure. Dalla parte dell'entroterra ci sono le montagne, l'Appennino Ligure. Queste montagne fermano i venti freddi che vengono dal nord e così la temperatura in questa città anche in inverno c'è il sole e la temperatura è meno bassa che a Milano o a Torino e in estate il tempo è bello, fa caldo ma non c'è afa (es ist nicht schwül), grazie al mare. Le piogge sono molto irregolari: a volte non piove per molto tempo e poi improvvisamente piove molto intensamente e questo dà molti problemi alla città.Vi do qualche consiglio per visitare Genova e quali sono le dieci cose da vedere e da fare in questa città? Facciamo una specie di hit-parade, di classifica delle cose che dovete assolutamente vedere se vi trovate a Genova:Numero 1Visitare la Lanterna che è il ...The full transcript with tables and additonal excercises is available via "Luisa's learn Italian Premium" - das komplette Transcript / die Show-Notes mit zusätzlichen Übungen und Tabellen zur Konjugation sind über Luisa's Podcast Premium verfügbar.Luisa's Podcast Premium ist kein Abo - sie erhalten das jeweilige Transscript/die Shownotes sowie Übungen indem Sie "pro Stück" bezahlen.Mehr info unter www.il-tedesco.it bzw. https://www.il-tedesco.it/premiumAnfangsmusik: Music by Twisterium from PixabayPodcast Titelbild: collection by DanieleDF1995, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Venice, Italy has a problem. It's sinking, and the water around it is rising. Thankfully, some engineers are working hard on the MOSE project - huge gates that keep high tide from happening. Learn all about Venice in this classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Tim, Ian, Luke, and Lydia join Gary of Nerdrotics YouTube channel to analyze the 1,000 Netflix employees threatening to walk out and refuse to work over the recent Dave Chappelle special, the concepts that fueled the hit TV show 'Squid Game', Democrats who think the economy is good in face of all the signs, shipping container apartments that can no longer be built because shipping containers are in such short supply, and the thousands of citizens protesting in Italy over vaccine passport mandates. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices