Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! This week it's the Guillermo del Toro masterpiece Pan's Labyrinth (2006)! Jamie and Nikisha talk 'Bird Box Barcelona', grape gripes, grounded allegories, violence vs special effects, 'wait for me' moments, great villains, war psychopaths, disassociation, reporting abuse, what really happened, and, of course, David Bowie. Watch us on YouTube! Follow us on Instagram | Twitter | TikTok: @TalkHorrorPod Check out Jamie (aka Amiibojamie) on Twitch! Find Bryan and Jamie on Letterboxd
An award-winning global director of cirque, cinema and stage. As a comic act designer he specializes in clowns, characters and story components. Stefan is the author of The Power of HA!Connecting Through the Heart of Humor. He studied theatre in college only to realize that his true passion lay in the cross-over to the circus arts, so he set his sights on Cirque du Soleil. As a result of his intuitive gift for mining actors' true potential, various sit-coms hired him to coach actors, including The Roseanne Show. After self-producing a number of critically acclaimed plays in Hollywood and New York City (Call of the Wild, Midsummer Nite's Text, Your Town Follies, Moon Over Madness, Atomic Holiday Lift-Off) he traveled to Europe to juggle on the streets and study with the premiere master-teacher, Philippe Gaulier. This move resulted in a collaboration with Bill Irwin and David Shiner on the Tony- winning show Fool Moon. Haves was then poached by Cirque du Soleil, collaborating on clown and character performances within six touring and resident productions (Kooza, Iris, Amaluna, Banana Shpeel, Zaya, and Drawn to Life). Prior to that, he wrote and directed the world-class Teatro Zinzanni—a dinner/ cabaret featuring such luminaries as Joan Baez. Today, Stefan Haves is a trusted international thought-leader who was tapped to present a TedX Talk in New Delhi, India, and was invited to conduct personal appearances for blue-chip companies like PepsiCo, Infosys, Mindtree, and Barclays Bank. He gleefully shares his innovative message on the role of humor, creativity, and effective expression gleaned from the stage and applied to the corporate workplace. In 2021 Haves was granted the opportunity to co-direct Katy Perry's Playland-branded New Year's dinner/cirque event at Hilton's Resort World in Las Vegas. Earlier in his career, Haves cut his teeth as an actor and a visual-comedian who appeared on stages and television shows worldwide—even garnering $10,000 on America's Funniest People by performing his signature piece "Back-Man". Stefan's 2016 original conception of the spectacle Festigal, in which Haves was tasked to showcase famous pop celebrities from television's Romania's Got Talent, used a Cirque du Soleil aesthetic in a stadium setting. His cinematic offerings include the award-winning short film Punch Drunk, featuring Academy Award nominee Sally Kellerman (M*A*S*H) and full-length feature Stalled starring Doug Jones (Pan's Labyrinth).
Mo and Christina take on their 165th film, 2006's Pan's Labyrinth! Join them as they discuss detailed world building, outstanding performances, and grotesque monsters- both human and otherwise. Our Patreon is LIVE! https://www.patreon.com/moviesthatraisedus We are thrilled to launch our Patreon with exciting perks such as a listener picked bonus movie episode, exclusive Discord, being added to our Close Friends, and a personalized thank you note! Our merch shop is live! Check out our Raymond the Lifeguard design and so much more!! https://tinyurl.com/vxpbczup Follow us on instagram @moviesthatraisedus Follow us on tiktok @moviesthatraiseduspod Follow us on twitter @mtru_pod Do you have a movie you want us to cover next? Fill out our form! https://forms.gle/fU5vRfTk8K5Gb7cD8
Join us for a captivating interview with Henry Zebrowski, the versatile actor, podcaster, and comedian from Last Podcast on the Left, and Chef Mike LaSage. Together, they're bringing a unique culinary experience to Ammazza Edgewood on Wed, Oct 11, 2023, at 7:00 PM that you won't want to miss! Event Details: On this special evening, Ammazza Edgewood in Atlanta transforms into a time capsule of gore as Henry Zebrowski and Chef Mike LaSage recreate the historic Donner Party's dining experience. Experience History: Step back in time and savor the flavors, stories, and horror faced by the Donner Party. It's a one-of-a-kind opportunity to indulge in history. Get Tickets: Hurry and secure your spot at www.ATLDonnerParty.com. Tickets are limited, and this event promises to be unforgettable. Like, Share, Subscribe: Enjoyed this interview? Show your support by liking, sharing, and subscribing for more exclusive content! Join Henry Zebrowski and Chef Mike LaSage on Oct 11, 2023, at 7:00 PM for a culinary journey blending history, gore and humor. Don't miss out—get your tickets now! YouTube Version of the Podcast: https://youtu.be/eP5KZiNmSkA
This week we end on a rather deep discussion to what is considered one of the greatest films of all time. Guillermo De Toro's Magnum Opus: Pan's Labyrinth aka El Laberinto De Fauno. Listen to GDTs dark fairytale in another first for the channel(a 100 percent foreign language film) Overrated or a masterpiece? Follow Billy and Raul on Twitter @MasterOfPuns196 and @raulvaderrdz as well as the main show @SYNSPod --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/seeyounextsummerpod/message
After over a decade of deliberations regarding recreation use along the Labyrinth Canyon corridor of the Green River, the Bureau of Land Management will finally make a decision by the end of this week about whether it will close a portion of the motorized vehicle roads, and if so, how many. Plus, we hear from our partners at KSUT about whether an energy company can redeem its bond release after failing to properly reclaim its mine. We also hear from KSJD about a delegation from New Mexico's Pueblo Tribe that went to Washington D.C. recently to lobby for protecting Chaco Canyon National Park. //Photo: A road used by motorized vehicles runs through Labyrinth Canyon along the Green River. Photo by EcoFlight. //Show Notes: //BLM Land Management Proposal https://eplanning.blm.gov/eplanning-ui/project/2001224/510
Week 3 in the NFL went beyond some teams' Wildest Dreams…like the Miami Dolphins, who racked up an astounding 70 points thanks to Tua Tagovailoa and the speed of the Fins' offense. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Chargers nearly suffered Death By A Thousand Cuts by handing the ball back to the Vikings late in the 4th quarter, but the Bolts were the Lucky Ones and escaped with a win, 28-24. Then, the Arizona Cardinals had the Electric Touch and stunned the Cowboys 28-16…and no, it wasn't a Glitch, Taylor Swift was cheering on Travis Kelce at the Kansas City Chiefs win over the Bears. So today, Andrew Hawkins brings his own Style and helps us navigate the Labyrinth of Sunday's games…and he shares his thoughts on tonight's Monday night matchups…are you Ready For It? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to "Labyrinth Lore: Unraveling the Minotaur's Maze," the podcast that delves deep into the mythical labyrinth and the enigmatic creature that lurked within it, the Minotaur. Join us as we embark on a captivating journey through the ancient legends, historical accounts, and modern interpretations surrounding this fascinating mythological figure.In each episode, we'll explore the labyrinthine twists and turns of the Minotaur's story, examining its origins in Greek mythology and how it has influenced art, literature, and popular culture throughout the ages.Along the way, we'll uncover the symbolism and psychological insights that the Minotaur represents, and we'll interview experts, scholars, and enthusiasts who have dedicated their lives to studying this iconic creature.Whether you're a mythology buff, a history lover, or simply curious about the mysteries of the Minotaur, "Labyrinth Lore" will provide you with a comprehensive and entertaining exploration of this timeless tale.So, grab your torch and string, and join us as we navigate the labyrinth and shed light on the Minotaur's enduring legacy. Subscribe now, and let the adventure begin!Read more at https://mythlok.com/minotaur/
as Krimi-Adventure Déjà Vu: A Nightmare Comes True!! ist das erste Spiel von ICOM in der Serie der "MacVentures", das sind frühe Abenteuerspiele, die zuerst für den Apple Macintosh erschienen, später aber auf alle möglichen Systeme portiert wurden. Déjà Vu ist heute nicht mehr allzu bekannt, war aber wohl das erste richtige Point&Click-Adventure: Es erschien bereits 1985, ein Jahr, bevor Lucasfilm Games mit Labyrinth überhaupt Gehversuche im Genre unternahm. Seine zeitlose Film Noir-inspirierte Story, sein innovatives Inventarsystem und sein konsequent auf die Verwendung einer Maus gebautes Interface heben es deutlich von seinen Zeitgenossen ab. Chris und Gunnar tauchen tief ein, erzählen die Hintergrundgeschichte und erzählen, warum der Titel auch heute noch seine Reize hat. Für diese Folge führten wir schriftliche Interviews mit den Entwicklern Todd Squires und Steven Hays, denen wir hiermit danken. Infos zum Spiel: Thema: Déjà Vu: A Nightmare Comes True!! Plattform: Macintosh (September 1985), später Amiga, DOS, Atari ST, C-64, NES, Apple IIgs, Windows, PC-98 Entwickler: ICOM Publisher: Mindscape, später auch Kemco (nur NES) Genre: Adventure Designer: Craig Erickson, Darin Adler, Steven Hays, Todd Squires, Kurt Nelson Podcast-Credits: Sprecher: Christian Schmidt, Gunnar Lott Einspieler (Erzählung): Kevin Arnold vom leider eingestellten Podcast Bucketheads Einspieler (technische Einordnung): Henner Thomsen Einspieler (Zitat): Heinrich Lehnhardt, aus seinem kurzweiligen eBook Lenhardts Spielejahr 1985 Audioproduktion: Christian Schmidt Titelgrafik: Paul Schmidt Intro, Outro: Nino Kerl (Ansage); Chris Hülsbeck (Musik) Musik: "Walking Along" und "Cool Vibes" von Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), lizensiert unter Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0. www.stayforever.de
In this Fanbase Feature, The Fanbase Weekly co-host Bryant Dillon and special guests David Accampo (writer – Fanbase Press' The Margins, Lost Angels, Spectral: A Showcase of Fear) and Kraig Rasmussen (graphic novelist - Sojourners, Technopolis) participate in a thorough discussion regarding Aliens: Labyrinth (1993) in light of the comic book miniseries' 30th anniversary, with topics including stand-out moments from the series and Kilian Plunkett's artwork, what writer Jim Woodring had to say about the maniacal Dr. Paul Church, what the Alien film franchise could learn from the comic book series, and more. (Beware: SPOILERS for Aliens: Labyrinth abound in this panel discussion!)
September 2023 Dante's Oliver de la Paz is the Poet Laureate of Worcester, MA for 2023-2025. He is the author and editor of seven books: Names Above Houses, Furious Lullaby, Requiem for the Orchard, Post Subject: A Fable, and The Boy in the Labyrinth, a finalist for the Massachusetts Book Award in Poetry. His newest work, The Diaspora Sonnets, is published by Liveright Press (2023) and is longlisted for the National Book Award. With Stacey Lynn Brown he co-edited A Face to Meet the Faces: An Anthology of Contemporary Persona Poetry. Oliver serves as the co-chair of the Kundiman advisory board. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Poetry, American Poetry Review, and elsewhere. He has received grants from the NEA, NYFA, the Artist's Trust, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Academy of American Poets Laureate Fellowship, and has been awarded multiple Pushcart Prizes. He teaches at the College of the Holy Cross and in the Low-Residency MFA Program at PLU. Website: https://www.oliverdelapaz.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oliver.delapaz1 Instagram: odelapaz Twitter (X): @Oliver_delaPaz Threads; @odelapaz Blue Sky: @oliverdelapaz.bsky.social TikTok: odeladog27 Lynne Kemen lives in Upstate New York. Her chapbook, More Than a Handful, was published in 2020. She is published in Silver Birch Press, The Ravens Perch, Poetica Review, Stone Canoe, Spillwords, Topical Poetry, Fresh Words, The Ekphrastic Review, Lothlorien Poetry, and Blue Mountain Review. Lynne is the Interim President of Bright Hill Press. She is an Editor for the Blue Mountain Review and a lifetime member of The Southern Collective Experience. She has a new book, Shoes for Lucy, that will be published in early 2023 by SCE. website: https://lynnekemen.com/ Facebook: Lynne Kemen Twitter (X): @psychadv Instagram: lynnekemen Luke Johnson is the author of Quiver (Texas Review Press), a finalist for The Jake Adam York Prize, The Levis Award, The Vassar Miller Prize and the Brittingham. His second book A Slow Indwelling, a call and response with the poet Megan Merchant, is forthcoming from Harbor Editions Fall 2024. You can find more of his work at Kenyon Review, Prairie Schooner, Narrative Magazine, Poetry Northwest and elsewhere. Connect on Twitter at @Lukesrant or through email: email@example.com. Website: lukethepoet.com Songs Provided by: Christa Wells www.patreon.com/christawells https://open.spotify.com/artist/3gCNiuPNPiAA5UQSgb8Uby?si=2PSZA0SJQrmnwme_fP6kbw Instrument by: Justin Johnson www.justinjohnsonlive.com https://open.spotify.com/artist/151RUyDTIDJM8gXwGJbv7z?si=Ti4xx1_kTIGTJgEa182Rew Special Thanks Goes to: Wild Honey Tees: www.wildhoneytees.com Lucid House Press: www.lucidhousepublishing.com UCLA Extension Writing Program: The Crown: www.thecrownbrasstown.com Mercer University Press: www.mupress.org Mr. Classic's Haberdashery: theemanor.org Woodbridge Inn: www.woodbridgeinnjasper.com The Red Phone Booth: www.redphonebooth.com The host, Clifford Brooks', The Draw of Broken Eyes & Whirling Metaphysics, Athena Departs, and Old Gods are available everywhere books are sold. His chapbook, Exiles of Eden, is only available through his website: www.cliffbrooks.com/how-to-order Check out his Teachable courses on thriving with autism and creative writing as a profession here: brookssessions.teachable.com
If you've felt like you cannot live the same life in your business world as you do in your personal world, this will be a very powerful episode for you. Gone are the days where ‘it's not personal, it's just business' because business is now personal and the business collective is going through a major “GLOWE-Up” as personal transformation sets the stage for where business is being guided. Whitney Kenter shares her personal story of confronting patterns of abuse in both her personal and business relationships and how these life lessons were preparing her to confront her destiny in not just transforming herself but the way business is being done today. 0:00 Abuse and Stripping Your Identity of Personal Power 4:30 The Non-Linear Path of Pain 7:37 Being Stopped in Your Tracks 20:15 Choosing 1000 times over 24:30 Patterns of Abuse 27:45 Attraction to the Familiar 42:22 The Labyrinth of Clarity 49:20 The Past Returns for a Final Test 55:30 Confronting What Stands Between You and Your Destiny 58:10 When Personal & Business Merge through Spiritual Transformation 1:06:35 Reconnecting the Soul of a Business CONNECT WITH WHITNEY Website: www.gloweconnective.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/whitney-k-Glowe/ IG (Personal): https://www.instagram.com/glowewithme/ IG Glowe: https://www.instagram.com/gloweconnective/ And if you're interested in the retreat this September or 1:1 Coaching… The Forbidden Journey Retreat 2023 https://shorturl.at/oquJ9 FJ 1:1 Premium Coaching (6 Months) https://shorturl.at/cyAJ1 Womb of Activation https://alchemyacademy.teachable.com/p/womb-of-activation SUBSCRIBE & FOLLOW If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe to iTunes and leave me a 5 star review! This is what helps the podcast stand out from the crowd and allows me to help people find a refreshing spin on spirituality with a great blend of entertainment and credible advice. Storefront: https://stan.store/nicolefrolick Website: http://nicolefrolick.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/nicolefrolick Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicolefrolick/ Tiktok: https://tiktok.com/@nicolefrolick Spotify: shorturl.at/fikF7 iTunes: http://apple.co/2ve7DtE PayPal: https://paypal.me/theforbiddenjourney Alcheme: https://alchemyacademy.teachable.com/p/alcheme Merch: https://www.nicolefrolick.com/shop --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/enlightenup/support
My guest this week is New York rapper, poet, performance artist, and member of the band Poetic Thrust, Nakama. We spoke about They Cloned Tyrone, our favorite recent anime, The Matrix, Pan's Labyrinth, our feelings on the series finale of Atlanta, his rap origin story, forming Poetic Thrust, his work on the multimedia piece Places, and the creative process behind a handful of projects, including human_error and Kindling.Reel Notes stands in solidarity with the WGA and SAG-AFTA as they strike for better working conditions and better pay for the people who power the movies and TV we love. Please consider supporting them directly by donating to the Entertainment Community Fund or The Snacklist mutual aid fund to get food and drink to strikers across Los Angeles. Visit Dreadsock.com and use promo code "CINEMASAI" for 10% off your first order!Kindling and human_error are both available exclusively through Nakama's Bandcamp. Follow Nakama on Instagram (@nakama.wtf) and Twitter (@nakama_wtf)Follow me on Instagram (@cinemasai), Twitter (@CineMasai_), TikTok (@cinemasai), and Letterboxd (@CineMasai) Support the show
Imagine strolling down memory lane, only to find yourself at the intersection of journalism, farming, and climate change. That's exactly where I found myself during my recent conversation with multimedia maven and friend, Chip Carter. The founder of CBC3 Media and creator of the evocative television show, Where the Food Comes From. Chip and I unpacked the complexities of modern agriculture and the seismic challenges posed by climate change. Together, we navigated the hard truths about farming, exploring issues from the impacts of a changing climate on our farmers to the resilience required to overcome such adversity.As we delved deeper into the labyrinth of agriculture, we found ourselves examining the role it plays in our daily lives, from the produce on our supermarket shelves to the mountainous waste we create. With Chip's insight, we untangle the thorny issue of food waste in the US, the organizations working tirelessly to reduce it, and how 'ugly' produce could be our secret weapon against this mammoth problem. In the final leg of our journey, we contemplate the evolving consumer landscape, the pressing need for sustainable business practices, and how we, as consumers, can play a part in this important change. So, buckle up and get ready for a conversation loaded with hard-hitting truths and eye-opening insights, where we talk everything from farming to food waste, consumer behaviors to climate change. Join us, and let's change the world, one bite at a time.
In an era where AI's transformative potential oscillates between allure and ambiguity, I sit down with Alwin Magimay, a three-decade veteran in digital and data science and currently the Global Head of AI at PA Consulting. Known for his interdisciplinary acumen, Alwin serves as a strategic guide at the intersection of academia, business, and innovation. His vast experience provides a multilayered lens through which we examine the disruptive influence of AI on financial services, among other sectors. Key Insights from our conversation: The Boardroom's AI Agenda: Alwin's latest research unlocks the mysteries of AI for board members, setting the stage for what every C-suite executive should know. Learn why a company's "AI IQ" is as essential as its bottom line and why an "AI manifesto" might be the cornerstone of future business ethics. The Annual Report 2.0: Explore Alwin's provocative assertion that the next evolution of annual reports will mandate the explication of AI usage and ethical frameworks. Transparency isn't just a buzzword; it's becoming a regulatory imperative. Unveiling AI's Double-Edged Sword: From hacking to deepfakes, the conversation delves into the darker potentials of AI. The key takeaway? Trust and ethical considerations aren't secondary; they're foundational to AI's mainstream acceptance and utility. Bridging Ivory Towers and Marketplaces: Alwin argues for a tighter symbiosis between academic rigor and market pragmatism in AI applications. He shares his own criteria for evaluating the potential of AI startups, offering a roadmap for innovators and investors alike. The Multi-Industry Impact of Generative AI: Get a panoramic view of how AI technologies, including generative models, are revolutionizing industries as diverse as healthcare, transport, and retail. What opportunities do they offer, and what vulnerabilities do they expose? This episode is a must-listen for anyone tasked with navigating the AI labyrinth—whether you're a board member, a startup founder, or an academic. Alwin's insights offer not just a compass but also a detailed map, replete with pitfalls and treasures, for those journeying through the ever-changing landscape of artificial intelligence.
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How do you navigate the labyrinth of pain and loss and find a spark of hope? How do you transform personal tragedy into a beacon of light for others? These are questions that our guest today, Kat Morris, faced when she lost her vivacious daughter, Kandis, a passionate Marine Osprey pilot, to stage four colon cancer. Kat's story is both heartbreaking and inspiring. From recounting Kandis' vibrant spirit and love for leadership, community service, and sports, to describing her harrowing battle with cancer, Kat's account provides a profound connection for anyone who has experienced a similar loss.Kat illuminates us on her journey through grief, likening it to a black hole, and shares how she embarked on a path of self-discovery, finding solace in spiritual connections and research about grief. Her recounting of a dream where Kandis visits her is heart-rending and resonates deeply, revealing how her spiritual bond with her daughter has grown since her passing. Kat's resilience and unyielding spirit are truly remarkable, pulling her from the depths of despair to transform her grief into something purposeful and empowering.Kat's dedication and love for her late daughter transcends into the creation of the Captain Kandis Cookie Ruiz Foundation (CKCRF), a nonprofit organization that offers comprehensive support to military personnel, civilians, and rugby athletes battling cancer. Her commitment to honoring Kandis' memory extends to other families navigating a similar journey, reinforcing her daughter's legacy of leadership and community service. Tune in to hear Kat's raw and breathtaking testimony of love, loss, and resilience, and discover how her spiritual connection with Candace illuminates her path through grief.I'm excited to announce a new resource I'm very proud of. This guide outlines the four daily practices I discovered on my grief journey. These techniques have helped dozens of my clients. Get it free today.GEMS- 4 Steps To Go From Grief To Joy I've been studying Near Death Experiences for many years now. I am 100% convinced they are real. In this short, free ebook, I not only explain why I believe NDEs are real, I share some of the universal secrets brought back by people who have had them.https://www.grief2growth.com/ndelessonsSupport the show
Icky Gunk. Moldy Hay. Kermit. You might recognize one of these names. Before Kermit joined Miss Piggy and Big Bird, he was kicking it with Sam and Friends — a local tv show in Washington, D.C. that launched Jim Henson's career. We journey back to 1955 to figure out how this eccentric cast of puppets built the foundation for everything Jim Henson would do afterwards, from Sesame Street, to The Muppet Show and even Labyrinth (we see you, David Bowie fans). And we venture into the conservation labs to learn what it took to revive these crumbling hunks of foam and fabric when they landed at the Smithsonian. Guests: Ryan Lintelman, curator at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History Sunae Park Evans, senior costume conservator at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History Bonnie Erickson, a director of The Jim Henson Legacy; creator of Miss Piggy Craig Shemin, author of Sam and Friends: The Story of Jim Henson's First Television Show
Kicking off season 3, Hadley takes us to the Winchester Mystery House (aka Llanada Villa)—a sprawling San Jose mansion built by The Winchester Repeating Arms Company heiress Sarah Winchester in the late 1800s. The hosts dig into the many legends surrounding the property and investigate rumors that the home's creepy and bizarre architectural features were an attempt to keep out unwelcome spirits. Along the way, they uncover the true story of Sarah Winchester's life, from her reclusive lifestyle to her love of interior design, to find out what really motivated the never-ending construction of her rambling mansion, and why it was deemed valueless after her death. To learn more about the Spiritualist movement that swept the nation during Sarah's heyday, the hosts chat with Lisa Morton, the author of ‘Calling the Spirits: A History of Seances,' about the history of mediumship, seances, ouija boards and more. CREDITS Alyssa Fiorentino - Host & Producer Hadley Mendelsohn - Host & Producer Jessy Caron - Producer Jacob Stone - Sound Editor & Mixer To advertise on the show: https://www.advertisecast.com/DarkHouse or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. RELATED LINKS ‘Captive of the Labyrinth' by Mary Jo Ignoffo: https://amzn.to/3PgyLzZ 1963 KPIX Documentary: Mrs. Winchester's House (VIDEO): bit.ly/3refp6n “Return of the ‘66” (VIDEO): bit.ly/466hSyB Hargis Ranch in 1876 (PHOTO): bit.ly/3sUeNDq The Winchester House (1985) by Trish Newfarmer (VIDEO): bit.ly/3sTT3Yi ‘The Gun That Built an American Dynasty' by Laura Trevelyan: https://amzn.to/45LIx4a ‘Calling the Spirits: A History of Seances' by Lisa Morton: https://amzn.to/465g09h Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Ultimate Analysis of Pan's Labyrinth. David Garcia Abril of Spain joins us from Japan where he works as a video game translator. Get ready to delve into the richness of of Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth and see it through new eyes. This podcast was recorded live months ago for those who donate to us on Patreon and Subscribestar. To see other exclusive videos we've done please consider joining the ranks! Leave a comment if you feel so inclined. Thanks for watching!
The Plague interviews Ozark, founding Site-Q at The Labyrinth. Episode highlights: - Making new friends in a new town - Growing up on a farm - Shield Lock - Listening to your body - Developing empathy - Organic leadership Ozark is an absolute treasure to our region and we're extremely grateful for this HIM! Give it a listen
Beneath Vyer's capital, Tonreir and Ira strike dubious deals to further their causes. -- Notes: This episode contains content warnings. Visit badheroescast.com/contentwarnings for more details. We have launched prints in our merch shop! Find them at shop.badheroescast.com. We're raising money to commission a special set of illustrations depicting iconic scenes from The Scattered Pawns. Donate at ko-fi.com/badheroes or join our Patreon at patreon.com/badheroes if you want to help! -- Music: "Dark Walk," "On the Shore", "Temple of the Manes" and "Tango de Manzana" - Kevin MacLeod "Labyrinth" - Sergey Cheremisinov "Trees in the Wind" - Daniel Birch "Smoldering", "Cold War Echo", "Tumult", "Mercy" and "The Devil You Know" - Kai Engel "Solve the Damn Mystery" - Jesse Spillane -- This episode features a promo from Beyond the Furthest Stars. -- Sponsors and partners: Bad Heroes is sponsored by Roll20! Visit roll20.net to create your free virtual tabletop today. Use code BADHEROES at grindingcoffee.co for 10% off your delivery order from Grinding Coffee! Visit gamesbybee.etsy.com for awesome dice bags, dice trays, patches and accessories! Use code BADHEROES for 10% off.
Syp and Syp return to the vast library of NCsoft's MMO soundtracks, with games like Aion, Lineage, and Blade & Soul to keep our ears happy for decades now. With so much new music coming out of this studio on a regular basis, there's always something fresh to experience! Episode 227 show notes Intro (feat. "Glimmer of Hope" from Aion, "A Tropical Getaway" from WildStar, and "Coastline" from Guild Wars) "Corridor of Awakening" from Blade and Soul 2 "The Labyrinth in the Garden" from Lineage II "The Recluse" from Lineage "Greenhollow" from Blade and Soul "Darkened Land" from Aion "Cormans" from Tabula Rasa Which one did we like best? Jukebox Picks: "NCsoft Playlist" and "Shamburger" from Age of Empires II Outro (feat. "SissiRat Theme" from Dungeon Runners) Talk to the Battle Bards on Twitter! Follow Battle Bards on iTunes, Stitcher, Player.FM, Google Play, iHeartRadio, and Pocket Casts! This podcast is produced using copyrighted material according to Fair Use practices as stated under Section 107 of the 1976 Copyright Act.
I recently watched the first season of "It's Garry Shandling's Show" and it was just great!! But then when I went to get the second, third and fourth season, I couldn't find them ANYWHERE!! And I don't feel like spending a ton of money on a DVD. So that's been on my mind a lot. There's an episode with Flo and Eddie and one where Jeff Goldblum plays Jeopardy with my old roommate from L.A. (She was a P.A. or something and they just grabbed her.).All that being said, I don't discuss any of this in the episode you are hear reading the description of. This probably comes as a big disappointment to a lot of you. Well now you know how I felt when those second, third and fourth seasons were unavailable. This is our moment. Let us revel in the disappointment that awaits us!!Support the showhunchbunny.com
Sit tight! We've got Mark, a seasoned virtuoso of the commercial real estate landscape, aboard to share his priceless insights on the intricate dance between the global pandemic and the real estate market. Buckle up as we journey through the realities of the market, unveiling how the urban core and its live-work environment is grappling with the pandemic-induced challenges, contrasted against the suburban spaces. We're going to unmask how this sudden shift in the live-work landscape is shaking up the rental market.Brace yourselves as we press on to dissect investor mentality in this era of COVID-19 and how various sectors are faring. Retail, in particular, is in a tug of war with the pandemic. Here is where Mark's invaluable perspective shines, as we navigate the labyrinth of the current real estate financing trends. From the focus shift to government-backed loans by banks to contract negotiations and the potential rise of insurance for lost rent, we're decoding it all. Finally, we're zooming out to give you a panoramic view of the economic impacts amid COVID-19, the dynamics of loan and interest reserve requirements, and their effects on lenders and investors. Venture with us through various economic landscapes as we traverse the pandemic-affected Orlando sans its once bustling travel and tourism scene. We also delve into the potential recovery prospects for South Florida and the significant social changes the pandemic has ushered, drawing parallels to historical events like the race to the moon and the AIDS crisis. Get ready to embark on this enlightening journey, as we steer through the real estate realm in these unprecedented times.Real Estate Talk Podcast with Jesus Castanon - @retalkpodcast: The Ultimate Real Estate Unveiling! Raw, Real & Revealing insights from industry experts Dive headfirst into real estate's most electrifying depths with industry legends - Jesus Castanon, Josh Cadillac, and Richard L. Barbara. Why legends? With billion-dollar deals, groundbreaking innovations, and wisdom that's transformed the landscape, they've not just witnessed the game; they've been the game-changers. And if that's not enough, they're joined by a parade of industry-expert guests, spilling secrets and dishing advice that you won't hear anywhere else. Expect RAW, REAL strategies that shook the market, REVEALING insights, and timely takes on today's market, coupled with actionable advice. This isn't your typical real estate chitchat. This is RETalkPodcast - where the titans and top minds of the industry unite. Dive in, and prepare to have your real estate perceptions rocked! Meet The Legends: Jesus Castanon: Visionary CEO of Real Estate EMPIRE Group, transforming property transactions into success stories. Josh Cadillac: Renowned real estate coach, national speaker, and author; revolutionizing the art of 'closing for life.' Richard L. Barbara, Esq.: Florida's legal luminary, pioneering change and setting the gold standard in real estate advocacy.
Ben and Hank read Li'l Gotham (2013) by Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs, and as a bonus they also check out the Earth X Sketchbook (1999). Next time: Batman: DC: The New Frontier (2004) Email: SaltCirclePodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @SaltCirclePod Hank's Twitter: @ComicPanels The Burning Barrel Discord: discord.gg/jBDGW5j
Living Water Inclusive Catholic Community We are honored to have the Rev. Gloria Carpeneto, a Roman Catholic Womanpriest, who talks about the Living Waters Inclusive Catholic Community, a prophetic voice of inclusion, worship and ministry. Gloria isCo-Pastor & Founder, Living Water Inclusive Catholic Community, 2008-present, an open, welcoming, and inclusive alternative Catholic community. Ordained, Roman Catholic Womanpriest in Boston MA 2008. Married to Myles Carpeneto, 53 years; 2 children, 4 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, living in Catonsville. Labyrinth facilitator, retreat facilitator, spiritual director, working to help folks on their walk with God, whomever and whatever that is for them. Resources mentioned in this episode:Gloria's Facebook PageThe Living Water Inclusive Catholic Community Facebook Group PageThe Living Water Community WebsiteHighlights:00:00 Living Water Inclusive Catholic Community00:00 Introduction01:33 Roman Catholic Womenpriests05:12 A Roman Catholic Prophetic Movement 08:56 The Living Water Inclusive Community12:23 Surprises Along the Way15:48 A Deeper Understanding of God20:04 Obstacles Along the Way25:56 Hope for the Future29:20 Learn More, Make Contact31:41 Final Words33:51 ThanksListening for Clues is pleased to present our new series, "Good News!" featuring weekly conversations with people who are making a difference, large or small. We want everyone to know what they are doing, why they are doing it, and how. So, our listeners and viewers can experience the good news and go out and make a difference themselves. Listening for Clues invites you into conversations that discover clues, rather than solutions to life's problems. Join the journey with Jon Shematek and Lauren Welch, Episcopal deacons, as we explore whatever lies ahead. Check our website Listening for Clues.© 2023 Listening for Clues
Welcome back to another uproarious episode of the Radio Labyrinth Podcast! This week, our merry crew reconvenes in the Labyrinth for a whirlwind of laughs and insights. Hailing from Atlanta, they've all experienced their fair share of the limelight, what with recent surrenders and all. In a world where giving half of humanity a "Thanos Snap" seems simpler than navigating neighborly dynamics, Steph raises the eyebrow. Frasier's return to television sparks discussions about whether things will ever be the same. Meanwhile, Tim's TikTok antics take a turn for the wonderfully weird. Tim also dishes out some humorous cautionary tales about who should not be handed a union card. The enigmatic aura of Britney Spears' eyes is back on the agenda, prompting explorations into the ebbs and flows of fame. Steph's curiosity about Ayahuasca finds an unexpected mentor in Redd Boxx, who offers intriguing guidance. And don't miss out as Redd Boxx takes on the persona of Shelby Foote, weaving enthralling historical narratives. Stay tuned for the podcast's signature segments, "Views or Snooze" and "Staff Picks," your compass to this week's most noteworthy watches and listens. If you're vibing with the show, a thumbs-up, subscription, and positive rating on Spotify go a long way. Join the crew for a relaxed exploration of pop culture on Radio Labyrinth. Remember: Keep It Canon! ————————————————————————— YouTube version of this Podcast: https://youtu.be/s1ifLGykSJU ————————————————————————— Become a Radio Labyrinth Patron! https://www.patreon.com/Timandrews For Exclusive Content available first for our Patreon Patrons! ————————————————————————— The POPCAST w/ Tim Andrews - #52 - https://open.spotify.com/episode/17T11UnX4bqfZRKOBktLfm?si=QFxLYL7TTzuVDLRn1D3XQw ————————————————————————— #FrasierOnTV #OliverAnthony #BillyBragg #ReddBoxx #Surrender #Mugshot #TikTokAntics #BritneySpears #AyahuascaJourney #HistoricalNarratives #ViewsOrSnooze #Satire #Comedy #GenX #GenXer #RadioLabyrinthPodcast #Radio #AtlantaRadio #Atlanta ————————————————————————— Hosts: Tim Andrews, Jeff Leiboff, Steph Swain and Dustin Lollar Audio & Video Edited by Dustin Lollar Redd Boxx Puppet created by Mark Schrankel @WhoBuddiez.com ————————————————————————— Social Media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/radio_labyrinth Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/radiolabyrinth/ Instagram - @RadioLabyrinthPresents and @RadioLabyrinth TikTok - @RLPodcast ————————————————————————— OUR SPONSORS! Atlanta Pizza & Gyro http://www.atlantapizzagyro.com/ https://www.facebook.com/atlpizza/ LDI REPRO PRINTING OF ATHENS CALL 706-316-9366 OR EMAIL THEM AT ATHENS@LDILINE.COM. ————————————————————————— THANK YOU SO MUCH TO ALL OF OUR RADIO PRODUCERS & PATRONS! Thanks to our Radio Labyrinth Producers: Jeff Peterson, Bryan Smith, Chelsey Smith, Kevin Jackson, Jim Fortner, Brett Perkins, Terri Fuller, Chris Chandler, Tim Slaton, Mike Hall, Mike D, Matt Carter & Robey Neeley And thank you to all of our awesome Patreon Patrons: Hemp Huntress, Tracy McCoy, Emily Warren, Buck Monterey, Randy Reeves, Robey Neeley, Robert Kerns, Wayne Blair, Sherrie Dougherty, Rusty Weinberg, Michael Einhaus, Mark Weilandt, Leslie Haynie, Kevin Stokes, Jesse Rusinski, Jeremy Truman, Jeff Peterson, Herb Lamb, Gwynne Ketcham, Denise Reynolds, David C Funk, Collin Omen, Christopher Doerr, Chris Weilandt, Chris Cosentino, Erick Malmstrom, Brian Jackson, Brennon Price, Andrew Mulazzi, Andrew Harbin, Amber Gilpatrick, Alan Barker, Aaron Roberts, Walt Murray PI, Sam Wells, Ryan Wilson, Lou Coniglio, Kevin Schwartz, Gus Turner, Jim Fortner, Scott Augustine, Jonathan Wilson, Cynthia Hadaway and Dave Benson
Have you ever wondered how the labyrinth of your subconscious can be unlocked? What if you could overcome your deepest fears and achieve your greatest potential? That's exactly what we explore in today's episode with the riveting Lynnsey Robinson, an esteemed hypnotherapist with over a decade of experience. Together, Lindsay and I delve into the powerful world of hypnotherapy and how it functions as a bridge to our subconscious mind. We uncover the fascinating concept of the critical filter and how it can be traversed to rewire our belief systems that were predominantly established by the time we were seven to nine years old. We also give you an insider look into a virtual hypnotherapy session, providing a glimpse of the profound, transformative experiences of Lynnsey's clients.In the final segment of our conversation, we focus on the role of hypnotherapy in addressing repressed memories. We engage in a deep discussion about the critical role of a hypnotherapist and the importance of trusting your own mind during the process. Lynnseyy shares her valuable insights on the importance of healing without reopening old wounds and how breathwork can aid in releasing trauma. Get ready to delve into the astonishing power of the mind and the benefits hypnotherapy can bring to your life.To learn more about Lynnsey, visit:https://www.lynnseyrobinson.com/To learn more about Mindy CLICK HERE
"These records changed my emotional perspective on music." Recorded live at Dekmantel, the Italian techno artist dissects the records that shaped his approach to DJing and production. There are few artists as widely respected as Donato Dozzy, who is known for his unique approach to building hypnotic, acid-infused atmospheres as a solo artist and as one half of Voices From The Lake. He is also a singular curator at the head of Spazio Disponibile alongside Neel, and a DJ with a reputation for building sophisticated and slowly unwinding sets at festivals like Labyrinth, Terraforma and Horst, as well as in public spaces and museums. In this Exchange live from Dekmantel 2023, Resident Advisor's editor-in-chief, Whitney Wei, asks Dozzy about the songs that shaped his craft in our Playing Favourites flagship series. He takes us back to his childhood, playing the first track that introduced him to electronic music before moving chronologically through his life and the pieces that acted as lynchpins in his creative development. He discusses how he grew up in a musical household, listening to classical orchestrations with his parents before finding Italo disco and the stylings of Giorgio Moroder, Lory D and The Future Sound of London. These albums, he says, influenced how he builds his sets, leaning into slowly unfolding narratives as he moves from one track to another. "When I started releasing albums, I decided that I wanted to create stories," he says. Listen to the episode in full. Tracklist: Franco Battiato - Summer on a Solitary Beach Giorgio Moroder - The Chase Lory D - Abrupt Interruption The Future Sound of London - Cascade Kruder & Dorfmeister - DJ Kicks 1996 Mike Parker - Dispatches Die Woodys - Fitchtl's Lied Verde Prato - Nina Sonando Donato Dozzy - Valentina
This week I had the distinctive pleasure of speaking with Amanda Knox. We speak about her 2007 arrest and wrongful conviction in Perugia, Italy for the murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher and the media frenzy that happened because of it all. While she sat in a prison cell in Italy for more than 4 years the world was captivated by Dateline and 20/20 specials speaking of the heinous murder and the "did she or didn't she" of it all. This is an interesting look at what happens when police work is done under pressure incorrectly and a young women is simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. We talk about what fame feels like when it is from unwarranted infamy and coming to terms with life and her purpose after it all. Through countless podcasts, a Netflix documentary, and her Labyrinth's podcast Amanda has devoted her life to helping others wrongfully convicted and highlighting injustices in our system. This is a powerful chat that everyone can benefit for listening to._____________________________________Amanda's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amamaknox/Labyrinth's Podcast: https://www.knoxrobinson.com/labyrinths.htmlAmanda's Website: https://www.knoxrobinson.com/LinkTree for all Things Amanda Knox: https://linktr.ee/AmandaMarieKnox—————————————————————Link to all things Not in a Huff Podcast: https://linktr.ee/notinahuffpodcastPlease follow/subscribe to the podcast to be the first to see new episodes when they come out each week. Be extra awesome and rate us on Apple Podcast and Spotify! :)
The great actor of the stage and screen, Ron Cephas Jones died on August 19, 2023, at the age of 66. On this episode from 2020, he details the value of a true collaborative relationship with the director, why the script never leaves his side in preproduction, talks about what it was like to slowly build “William” on “This Is Us” through many seasons of that show, and takes us back to his early days at LAByrinth theater in New York City to explain how Philip Seymour Hoffman forever changed his approach to work, plus much more! This is an expanded version of his episode, recorded on June 29, 2020, featuring a few minutes of extra material not included in the original release. Back To One is the in-depth, no-nonsense, actors-on-acting podcast from Filmmaker Magazine. In each episode, host Peter Rinaldi invites one working actor to do a deep dive into their unique process, psychology, and approach to the craft. Follow Back To One on Instagram
Join us for another exciting episode of the Radio Labyrinth Podcast! The guys are back in the Labyrinth to discuss the viral phenomenon of Oliver Anthony and the surprising divisions it's causing. Plus, watch as Steph convincedTim to take a bold taste test of Doritos' new Ketchup flavored chips, with less than happy results. And that's not all – we've got a special guest! Dan Carroll, Media Director for Dragon Con 2023, drops by to give us the inside scoop on this year's convention happening over Labor Day weekend in downtown Atlanta. Don't miss out on the geeky goodness! If you're enjoying the show, don't forget to support us by liking, subscribing, and rating us on Spotify. Your encouragement means everything to us. So grab your favorite snack and get ready to dive into the world of pop culture with Radio Labyrinth. Keep It Canon! —————————————————————————— YouTube version of this Podcast: https://youtu.be/kYXOxWsAXOE —————————————————————————— Become a Radio Labyrinth Patron! https://www.patreon.com/Timandrews For Exclusive Content available first for our Patreon Patrons! —————————————————————————— The POPCAST w/ Tim Andrews - #51 - https://open.spotify.com/episode/7JXhVroI0FNkYJWGVLdwlx?si=jiUV8zExSG6HKIHd53lnHw —————————————————————————— #OliverAnthony #DragonCon2023 #DragonCon #Satire #Comedy #GenX #GenXer #RadioLabyrinthPodcast #Radio #AtlantaRadio #Atlanta —————————————————————————— Hosts: Tim Andrews, Jeff Leiboff, Steph Swain and Dustin Lollar Audio & Video Edited by Dustin Lollar Redd Boxx Puppet created by Mark Schrankel @WhoBuddiez.com —————————————————————————— Atlanta Pizza & Gyro http://www.atlantapizzagyro.com/ https://www.facebook.com/atlpizza/ LDI REPRO PRINTING OF ATHENS CALL 706-316-9366 OR EMAIL THEM AT ATHENS@LDILINE.COM. —————————————————————————— THANK YOU SO MUCH TO ALL OF OUR RADIO PRODUCERS & PATRONS! Thanks to our Radio Labyrinth Producers: Jeff Peterson, Bryan Smith, Chelsey Smith, Kevin Jackson, Jim Fortner, Brett Perkins, Terri Fuller, Chris Chandler, Tim Slaton, Mike Hall, Mike D, Matt Carter & Robey Neeley And thank you to all of our awesome Patreon Patrons: Hemp Huntress, Tracy McCoy, Emily Warren, Buck Monterey, Randy Reeves, Robey Neeley, Robert Kerns, Wayne Blair, Sherrie Dougherty, Rusty Weinberg, Michael Einhaus, Mark Weilandt, Leslie Haynie, Kevin Stokes, Jesse Rusinski, Jeremy Truman, Jeff Peterson, Herb Lamb, Gwynne Ketcham, Denise Reynolds, David C Funk, Collin Omen, Christopher Doerr, Chris Weilandt, Chris Cosentino, Erick Malmstrom, Brian Jackson, Brennon Price, Andrew Mulazzi, Andrew Harbin, Amber Gilpatrick, Alan Barker, Aaron Roberts, Walt Murray PI, Sam Wells, Ryan Wilson, Lou Coniglio, Kevin Schwartz, Gus Turner, Jim Fortner, Scott Augustine, Jonathan Wilson, Cynthia Hadaway and Dave Benson
In memory of Dr. Katherine Koonce, Skyterra dedicated its new labyrinth earlier this month. Learn about the development and dedication of this labyrinth as a place of healing for all guests, and how it enhances the campus and wellness experience.
M. A. Carrick's newest novel Labyrinth's Heart (Orbit, 2023) is the culmination of their Rook and Rose trilogy, which chronicles the life of the thief Arenza Lenskaya after she returns home to the city of Nadežra to con her way into one of the city's noble families. The co-writers describe the trilogy's origins–as the spinoff of a tabletop game–and the influence that their backgrounds in anthropology have had on their work. They discuss the importance of different kinds of family relationships and the power of queernorm stories, how they balanced trauma and joy in the narrative, and what makes vigilante characters so compelling to both write and read. The Rook and Rose trilogy is a fast paced adventure that is simultaneously intricate and empathetic. It is a testament to the things that make fantasy compelling as a genre and it was wonderful to speak with the authors about its conclusion. A. E. Lanier is a short fiction writer and educator living in Central Texas. More about her work can be found at aelanier.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
The Gates are open. Baldur the Third is here. Reviews are off the charges and we are in love. Garrett and Kyle currently quest through act one and give you the spoiler-free lowdown on the internet darling, Baldur's Gate. A surge of interest in D&D has followed as many try their hand at 5th edition rule. We've also been watching things, like Futurama, Justified, or Kyle's first viewing of Labyrinth for the first time. Supportourbromancing.com or we'll multiverse franchise your planular adventure.
Francis and Nate discuss the conundrum of which of your childhood faves are appropriate when it comes to showing them to your own kids. We're elder Millennials and as such have a fondness for movies that are actually deep down a lot more flawed than our memories let us remember. For example: the Neverending Story, Labyrinth, The Black Cauldron, and many more. We also answer some ‘Ask A Dad' questions that we hope you'll find helpful. Like Hell of a Way? Check out our Patreon and get hundreds of hours of bonus content dating all the way back to 2017: www.patreon.com/hellofawaytodie *SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* We now have a storefront to sell the patches, buttons, and magnets that we also give out as flair for our $10 tier. Buy some sweet gear here: https://www.hellofawaytodie.com/shop We have a YouTube channel now -- subscribe here and get sweet videos from us in which we yell in our cars like true veterans: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwlHZpNTz-h6aTeQiJrEDKw You can follow the show on Twitter here: @HellOfAWay Follow Nate here: @inthesedeserts Follow Francis here: @ArmyStrang
Kate Mosse OBE is a British novelist and broadcaster. She is the author of ten novels and short story collections, including The Joubert Family Chronicles and the best-selling Languedoc Trilogy. She has also written four works of non-fiction including her memoir about caring, An Extra Pair of Hands. In 1996 she co-founded the Women's Prize for Fiction. Born in Chichester, she studied English at Oxford University and had a very successful career in publishing before writing her first book about pregnancy. Her novel, Labyrinth, published in 1995 and set in Carcasonne, became an international bestseller which enabled her to give up her publishing job and write full time. Kate lives in Chichester with her husband, Greg Mosse, and her mother-in-law, Grannie Rosie. She is a Visiting Professor in Creative Writing at the University of Chichester, a Patron of the Chichester Festival for Music, Dance and Speech, and President of the Festival of Chichester. She was awarded an OBE in 2013 for services to literature and women. DISC ONE: Morning Has Broken - Cat Stevens DISC TWO: These Boots Are Made for Walkin' - Nancy Sinatra DISC THREE: Station to Station - David Bowie DISC FOUR: Walls Come Tumbling Down - The Style Council DISC FIVE: I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor DISC SIX: Piano Concerto in G Major, M. 83. Composed by Maurice Ravel. Performed by Martha Argerich and London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Claudio Abbado DISC SEVEN: Dancing Queen - Abba DISC EIGHT: La chanson des vieux amants - Jacques Brel BOOK CHOICE: Four Quartets by T.S. Eliot LUXURY ITEM: A jukebox CASTAWAY'S FAVOURITE: Piano Concerto in G Major, M. 83, composed by Maurice Ravel and performed by Martha Argerich and London Symphony Orchestra Presenter: Lauren Laverne Producer: Sarah Taylor