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Seattle Now
Get out the long table

Seattle Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 13:23


It's the closest thing to a normal Thanksgiving since the beginning of the pandemic. We're calling on Chef Kristi Brown of That Brown Girl Cooks! catering and Communion Restaurant & Bar to find out what the holiday will look like for her.Follow us on Instagram @seattlenowpod

LA Opera Podcasts: Behind the Curtain
Cinderella Pre-Performance Talk with Dr. Kristi Brown-Montesano

LA Opera Podcasts: Behind the Curtain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 38:41


Before you enter the (bright pink) fantasy world of Cinderella, learn more about the opera and its composer with Dr. Kristi Brown-Montesano, Chair of Music History at the Colburn Conservatory of Music and a LA Opera Connects affiliated scholar. This pre-show talk gives you the ins and outs of Rossini's life, his magical opera, and the characters of Cinderella.

LA Opera Podcasts: Behind the Curtain
Alcina Pre-Performance Talk with Dr. Kristi Brown-Montesano

LA Opera Podcasts: Behind the Curtain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 38:21


In this pre-performance talk, Dr. Kristi Brown-Montesano, Chair of Music History at the Colburn Conservatory of Music and an LA Opera Connects affiliated scholar, introduces audiences to "Alcina," an opera seria written by George Frideric Handel. Dr. Brown-Montesano discusses the composer, the baroque period and the story of this great work.

LA Opera Podcasts: Behind the Curtain
"Stravinsky And Cocteau's Oedipus Rex" With Dr. Kristi Brown-Montesano And Dr. Ariane Helou

LA Opera Podcasts: Behind the Curtain

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 57:20


In this Behind the Curtain conversation, musicologist Dr. Kristi Brown Montesano and Dr. Arianne Helou, a dramaturg and French studies scholar, discuss "Oedipus Rex," composed by Igor Stravinsky to a libretto by Jean Cocteau based on the ancient Greek tragedy of the same name by Sophocles. The 1927 opera is a highly stylized, ritualistic work set in the time of plague. On Sunday, June 6, 2021, LA Opera will present "Oedipus Rex" at our home in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. With a limited audience and safety protocols observed, it will be our first public, indoor performance since March 2020. Richard Seaver Music Director James Conlon conducts a stellar cast led by tenor Russell Thomas, LA Opera's Artist in Residence, as Oedipus, the doomed king. Mezzo-soprano J'Nai Bridges returns as Jocasta, his queen (and mother). Legendary actor Stephen Fry will make his LA Opera debut (via audio recording) as the Narrator in this equally-legendary tale. A special online version of "Oedipus Rex" will be released on June 17 for home viewing. Please check our website at www.LAOpera.org for more information.

Intimate Conversations with Dani Tirrell
Conversation 9 - Kristi Brown-Wokoma

Intimate Conversations with Dani Tirrell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2020 53:30


Chef Kristi Brown-Wokoma of That Brown Girl Cooks! Dani and Kristi talk about food as life, food as art, and feeding the people and standing on the shoulders of our ancestors. Conversation was recorded over Instagram Live on June 6, 2020. Watch Dani and Kristi's episode on CD Forum's Instagram. About CD Forum: The CD Forum is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to present and produce Black cultural programs that encourage thought and debate for the greater Seattle area. Our vision is to inspire new thoughts and challenge assumptions about Black Culture.

Wake Up with Randy Corporon
Wake Up! With Randy Corporon June 13, 2020 hr2

Wake Up with Randy Corporon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2020 46:20


More on the Big Lie of BLM, why fear and reflection is NOT the answer to the efforts to "remake" our history and our society. What should President Trump do about CHAZ (Randy says not a darn thing)? And CO GOP Vice-chairman Kristi Brown on how John Hickenlooper is handing the election to US Senator Cory Gardner.

Journey Beyond Sunday
Journey Beyond Sunday - Episode #14

Journey Beyond Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2020 60:58


The God of the Impossible - Weekly Encouragement - Interview with Journey member Kristi Brown

Fear Free Launches
Reinventing Yourself with Kristi Brown

Fear Free Launches

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2019 46:10


In this episode, we talk to Kristi Brown of Bloomington, IN. We were high school acquaintances and have become adult friends, bonding over a love of entrepreneurship and business. Kristi had a similar entry port to business as myself. We both shared a love of our childhood sport and took it to the next level of studio ownership. In this episode, we listen to her story of how she went from dance teacher, to studio owner, to barber shop owner and master marketer! As a multiple venture owner who is an expert in designing and executing successful businesses, she exudes such a comfort and confidence around goal setting and accomplishment. I totally dig her “get-to-it” style and love that she does NOT mess around with her life. What Kristi wants, Kristi gets. Join us as she talks about: Her biggest childhood cheerleader Life as a female business owner in a male oriented business Defining your personal version of success How to transition from one business to another Hometown business gossip (sorry, not sorry) Writing her first book! Kristi’s experience has now led her to work with other local business owners through her “Building Ownership” program and marketing services. Her next goal is to examine in depth the trials of female business owners (goodness knows there are plenty) through her first book. By the end of this episode, I was fired up and ready to plan execute my next venture! On this episode of Fear Free Launches, we’re listening to this bad chick Kristi Brown. She’s no nonsense. She’s feisty. She’s a reinventing herself in more ways than one. Check her out at: Building Ownership Blog Email her! Kristi Brown – Facebook page @KristiBrown11- Instagram Remember to Download Episode 1’s FREE PDF Worksheet at: www.Fearfreelaunches.com Find us on IG at www.instagram.com/fearfreelaunches Find Kim on FB at https://www.facebook.com/fearfreelaunches/

Capitol Insider
Kansas Chamber, AFP review legislative session

Capitol Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2019 29:53


Kristi Brown and Eric Stafford, of the Kansas Chamber, and Jeff Glendening, of the Kansas chapter of Americans for Prosperity, reflect on tax plan vetoes, overall spending, health care policy and school funding.

Another Mother Runner
#360: Three First-Time Boston Marathon Runners

Another Mother Runner

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2019 95:27


Sarah and Dimity have a nearly marathon-length conversation with three first-time runners of the Boston Marathon—including Dimity’s husband, Grant Davis! First is Kristen Genet who, despite running fast enough to qualify for Boston, wore a charity bib in the legendary event. Laugh as Kristen tells about a treat she gave herself at the top of Heartbreak Hill, the notoriously hilly section around Mile 16. Find out why she stopped when she first spied the finish line. Next is Kristi Brown, a mom of four, who talks about the “electric” energy of Boston on marathon weekend—and how she would randomly burst into (happy!) tears as she toured the city. She shares two amazing TMI pre-race anecdotes, including one that had her asking herself, “What Would Sarah Do?” Marvel at her per-mile speed—and her ability to embrace a new pace when she slowed down starting at Mile 17. The final guest, Dim’s hubby, Grant, is well worth waiting for. He kicks things off with his running origin story that even Dimity didn’t know! Grant details his five-year BQ journey, plus the highs and lows of the training cycle that got him to this year’s starting line. He describes the party atmosphere in the starting corrals, his “first indication that this race was going to be unlike any other marathon” he’d ever run. Grant’s candor throughout the interview is touching—a really special AMR experience. The intro chitchat is pretty tight, with the first 2019 Boston finisher joining the episode at 9:30. For 50% off your first Care/of order, go to takecareof.com and enter promo code amr50 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Authors Unite Show
Kristi Brown: Nutritional Therapist & Pilates Instructor

The Authors Unite Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2018 4:51


Kristi Brown is a nutritional therapist and pilates instructor where she helps women get out of pain, gain energy and get back to living their life. You can learn more about Kristi here: www.kpbbalancedwellness.com This episode is brought to you by Authors Unite. Authors Unite provides you with all the resources you need to become a successful author. You can learn more about Authors Unite here: http://authorsunite.com/. Thank you for listening to The Business Blast Podcast! Tyler --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/authorsunite/support

Think Like A Leader
Episode 18: Part 3 of 3--How Leaders Deal with Adversity

Think Like A Leader

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2007 40:25


The final installment of our 3-part series devoted to: How Leaders Deal with Adversity. Episode Feature: Vickie Ramsey's Bout with Breast Cancer Panelists included: Dr. Sam Pace, MD -- a noted gastroenterologist in Tupelo, MS Dr. Mary Pace, MD -- a physician who has her own private practice and who deals often with traumatic conditions (also, Dr. Sam Pace's wife) Vickie Ramsey -- an instructor at Northeast Mississippi Community College. She also has authored a book, Humor 'n Healing about her experience with breast cancer. Kristi Brown -- a popular speaker, author, and life coach. Kristi's book, To Walk on Fertile Ground: Extraordinary Living through Infertility and Cancer, is just hot off the press. The original recording took place in December 2006; however, the entire program lasted for almost 1.5 hours. So, I split it into three parts. I encourage you to send in your comments and/or questions so we can use them in a future episode. I know that many of you have compelling stories that will interface well with the content of these three episodes. So, I encourage you to participate by sending in your material. You can contribute to this podcast in any of the following ways: Email me

Think Like A Leader
Episode 17: Part Two--How Leaders Deal with Adversity

Think Like A Leader

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2007 38:49


This episode is Part Two of the 3-part program during which I interviewed four outstanding local leaders. Our topic for the discussion was How Leaders Deal with Adversity. Each panelist is particularly well-qualified to speak about this matter. Episode Feature: Kristi Brown's Bout with Cancer Panelists included: Dr. Sam Pace, MD -- a noted gastroenterologist in Tupelo, MS Dr. Mary Pace, MD -- a physician who has her own private practice and who deals often with traumatic conditions (also, Dr. Sam Pace's wife) Vickie Ramsey -- an instructor at Northeast Mississippi Community College. She also has authored a book, Humor 'n Healing about her experience with breast cancer. Kristi Brown -- a popular speaker, author, and life coach. Kristi's book, To Walk on Fertile Ground: Extraordinary Living through Infertility and Cancer, is just hot off the press. The original recording took place in December 2006; however, the entire program lasted for almost 1.5 hours. So, I have split it into three parts. Part Three will follow this episode in approximately one week. As you listen to this episode, I encourage you to make notes, then send in your comments and/or questions so we can use them in a future episode. I know that many of you have compelling stories that will interface well with the content of these three episodes. So, I encourage you to participate by sending in your material. You can contribute to this podcast in any of the following ways: Email me

Think Like A Leader
Episode 16: Part One--How Leaders Deal with Adversity

Think Like A Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2007 34:41


Recently, I had the privilege of convening a panel of individuals who are recognized locally as strong leaders to discuss the important topic, How Leaders Deal with Adversity. This was a most informative and provocative interview. Panelists included: Dr. Sam Pace, MD -- a noted gastroenterologist in Tupelo, MS Dr. Mary Pace, MD -- a physician who has her own private practice and who deals often with traumatic conditions (also, Dr. Sam Pace's wife) Vickie Ramsey -- an instructor at Northeast Mississippi Community College. She also has authored a book, Humor 'n Healing, about her experience with breast cancer. Kristi Brown -- a popular speaker, author, and life coach. Kristi's book, To Walk on Fertile Ground: Extraordinary Living through Infertility and Cancer, is just hot off the press. You'll want to email Kristi and request a book, ask a question, or make a comment. The original recording took place in December 2006; however, the entire program lasted for almost 1.5 hours. So, I have split it into three parts. Parts 2 and 3 will follow this episode approximately one week apart. As you listen to this episode, I encourage you to make notes, then send in your comments and/or questions so we can use them in a future episode. I know that many of you have compelling stories that will interface well with the content of these three episodes. So, I encourage you to participate by sending in your material. You can contribute to this podcast in any of the following ways: Email me

Think Like A Leader
Episode 13: How A Leader Deals with Cancer (w/Kristi Brown)

Think Like A Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2006 59:43


Recently, I had an opportunity to sit down with Kristi Brown and talk about several aspects of leadership. The first two episodes have been posted already (Episodes 11 and 12). However ... ...as Kristi and I continued our "off air" conversations, it became increasingly apparent to me that Kristi's compelling, moving story of her bout with cancer would be just the thing for this leadership podcast. As you will hear in this program, Kristi and her husband, Steve, had tried for several years to have children shortly after their marriage 14 years ago. However, they discovered, during a routine check with her doctors, that Kristi had a rare condition known as premature ovarian failure -- which meant that she could not have children. The only possibility of their having children would be via in vitro fertilization. After the passage of time, they tried this procedure and Kristi did, in fact, become pregnant. Now, rather than my telling you the rest of the story, I think you will find it necessary to subscribe to this podcast and hear Kristi's story, as it is unveiled incident by incident. Kristi and I both hope that this episode will be of special encouragement to all ladies that they will visit their health care professional and get regular checkups. Too, this gives me a chance to encourage all men to get checked for not only prostate cancer (perhaps the most common type of cancer peculiar to men), but also for other catastrophic diseases and conditions. Some listeners might think that this program is not focused directly on leadership. Quite to the contrary, when you hear Kristi's testimony, you will recognize how she, as a strong leader, had to dig down and pull herself up by the bootstraps during this time of intense agony. Leaders find themselves in a variety of situations where their emotions and energies are stretched to the breaking point. What do they do? How do they make it through one dilemma after another? What are the characteristics of the effective leader that enable him/her to not only survive, but also thrive in these troubling times? Enjoy this episode, then please send comments, suggestions, and your own stories about how you or a person you know has dealt with catastrophic conditions, as they demonstrated strong leadership abilities. You can call the podcast hotline number (shown below), email me (a link is provided below), or you might want to just record an audio file and email that to me so I can use it in a future episode. If you have not done so already, please subscribe to this podcast so you can receive all episodes automatically. Then, please feel free to send your comments and suggestions by one of the following methods: Email: larry@nctp.com Podcast hotline: 206/984-3136 Leave comments by using the link shown below

Think Like A Leader
Episode 12: Kristi Brown on Leadership, Session 2

Think Like A Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2006 37:17


My guest again this episode is Kristi Brown from Starkville, Mississippi (home of Miss. State University). In this episode, we discuss some of the particular features of leaders we have known, watched, and worked with--both the positive and the negative. Some leaders seem to have an innate ability to lead people or full teams, while others seem to find joy in tearing teams apart. This destructive nature of some leaders--at least positional leaders--gives them a feeling of power. Only the weak leaders feed on power. The strong leaders create power among their people, then they give that power away, quite judiciously, to their team members who exhibit the ability to handle power that comes their way. I feel sure that, as you listen to this episode, you will remember leaders for whom you have worked. But, the key question may be: Are you the kind of leader you really want to be? If you have not done so already, please subscribe to this podcast so you can receive all episodes automatically. Then, please feel free to send your comments and suggestions by one of the following methods: Email: larry@nctp.com Podcast hotline: 206/984-3036 Leave comments by using the link shown below

Think Like A Leader
Episode 11: Kristi Brown on Leadership, Session 1

Think Like A Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2006 43:44


My guest this episode is Kristi Brown, an energetic and enthusiastic young lady who has both achieved and observed leadership in a variety of venues. She is a public relations professional, a certified meeting planner, and an overall "good gal." I believe you will really enjoy hearing the perspective Kristi has on leaders and leadership in several types of organizations. Kristi lives with her husband, Steve, along with her two beautiful white Labs, Sadie and Lily, in Starkville, Mississippi, home of Mississippi State University. I first met Kristi when she was working on staff at Shades Mountain Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. She had a Mississippi State coaster on her desk, so that initiated a conversation between us. It's funny how just that one instant has brought us back together so many times since then. Subsequent to that, Kristi moved to Starkville, MS (where I lived most of my life and taught at Mississippi State University) and worked in the Chamber of Commerce. Not too long thereafter, she was hired at Miss. State to work in the office of student recruiting and orientation. Naturally, she wanted to further her education, so she enrolled in the graduate program in Instructional Technology and became one of my "prize students." Kristi resigned recently as Vice-President of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership so that she could pursue her new company, UpsideBrown Consulting, where she does not only consulting for companies and public service entities, but also personal life coaching. This is one talented lady! During our conversation in this episode, Kristi recommended several books and audio programs that can help anyone who desires to achieve excellence in leadership. I have provided an easy way for you to click and check out the books below. Boundaries: When to Say Yes, When to Say No, To Take Control of Your Life The Art of Exceptional Living QBQ: The Question Behind the Question The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team Battlefield of the Mind If you have not done so already, please subscribe to this podcast so you can receive all episodes automatically. Then, please feel free to send your comments and suggestions by one of the following methods: Email: larry@nctp.com Podcast hotline: 206/984-3036 Leave comments by using the link shown below Thank you for being such a valuable member of the Think Like A Leader audience. We now have more than 6,000 subscribers!! Tune in next time for another episode with Kristi Brown.