On this episode of the Hot Spot series, Gabriel Ornelas sits down with Chef Tolu Eros. Chef Eros is a storyteller, entertainer and African ambassador on a mission to share and explore the wonders of West African food; a food and culture full of life and flavor, just like Eros. Chef's formative years were spent between Benin City and Lagos, Nigeria, where he learned from his mother, “if food does not have love, you might as well not cook it at all!" It is that love for food and for building community that brought Eros to Los Angeles in 2021. The many years he spent in Nigeria honing his ability to entertain and educate through food brought him to the entertainment capital of the world. But not to open a restaurant right away, he started with a series of intimate, well thought out dinners at his personal home, in Hollywood. Eros quickly received critical acclaim from numerous publications and from industry icons like Wolfgang Puck, expressing their excitement and passion for the food and overall experience. His private dinner series is called Ilé, which in the Yoruba language means home, which Eros gives you listeners a look into this memorable experience. His food has and always will be about bringing people together, in a way that is elevated, yet fun, fresh and worth talking about. He also recently opened up Ilé Bistro, in Culver City, which highlights some of his classic favorites, but in a fast casual setting. I encourage you all to head to the show notes while listening to this episode to check out Chef Eros on instagram and his concepts. There is so much more to say, but I'd rather you hear from Chef himself. Listen as we explore his mind and creativity, his vision for continuing build community through West African food culture and what we can expect next from him. Discover more about REPÚBLICA DEL CACAO: https://bit.ly/3ZRoVIv Follow Tolu Eros on Instgram: https://bit.ly/48ykXJO Follow Ilé on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3EW29qg Follow On The Pass: http://bit.ly/3Kvgm1n Follow our Host, Gabriel Ornelas: http://bit.ly/3YS964b Read Gabriel's Articles: http://bit.ly/3SnOsGG Lets work together! Get in contact: www.gabrielornelas.com
From our pals over at Inherited, in today's episode, Mo Isu looks at one of the reasons climate activists all over the world are protesting: they're already facing the impacts of climate change. Here, Isu traces the cycle of loss and rebuilding in the rural Niger Delta region of Nigeria as the country weathers extreme seasonal flooding. After meeting a flood survivor in his hometown of Lagos, Mo travels twelve hours to Lokoja – the town where Nigeria's largest rivers converge – to explore how directly impacted flood survivors endure the region's relentless cycle of damage and repair. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bass player and songwriter Michael Olatuja has a career that spans continents and styles. He grew up in Lagos, Nigeria, spent his teenage years playing on the London jazz scene, and has spent much of his career here in New York, playing with everyone from Diana Ross to Shakira to the band for the Broadway hit Frozen. His latest album, called Lagos Pepper Soup, is a tribute to those three cities, and his cinematic Afrobeat sound contains jazz roots of Fela Kuti and Tony Allen, but also perhaps a bit of orchestration from his work with Broadway and Angelique Kidjo. Michael and his band play songs from the new album in-studio. Michael Olatuja plays at Joe's Pub on Sept. 27. Michael teaches you the recipe for pepper soup here: Set list: “Brighter Day”, “The Hero's Journey”, “Lagos Pepper Soup” Watch “The Hero's Journey”:
Anna berättar om morden på Joseph och Hilda Cleaver, deras son Thomas och hans fru Wendy och deras sjuksköterska Margaret Murphy, som hittades döda i Joseph och Hildas hus Burgate i England. Karin berättar om Oluwabamise Ayanwole som gick på en buss strax utanför Lagos, smsade sin kompis om att chauffören var obehaglig och försvann.Lyssna på Mord Mot Mord redan på onsdagar i Podplay-appen eller på podplay.se. Mord Mot Mord är en vanlig snackig podd, fast om mord. Det är lättsamt prat i ett försök att hantera världens värsta ämne.
Internationally renowned health and performance psychologist Dr. Leah Lagos discusses the concept of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and how you can improve your mental and physical health by using signals from your body to gain control over stress. She's also joined on this episode by Head Coach of Boston Celtics, Joe Mazzulla, who has worked with Dr. Lagos on HRV training. He discusses how he uses techniques taught by Dr. Lagos to help him manage his HRV and lower stress levels during his first season as an NBA head coach in 2022. Dr. Lagos has served as a Clinical and Performance Psychologist in private practice for the past 14 years. She consults a global hedge fund as well as elite performers in entertainment, business, and sport. Dr. Lagos is the author of Heart Breath Mind: Conquer Stress, Build Resilience, and Perform at Your Peak. Mazzulla took over as the interim head coach of the Boston Celtics in September 2022 and was officially named the team's head coach in February 2023. In his first full season on the job, he led the Celtics to the Eastern Conference semifinals and was named one of three finalists for the NBA Coach of the Year. -- Want even more? Members get early access, hand-edited transcripts, member-only episodes, and so much more. Learn more here: https://fs.blog/membership/ Every Sunday our Brain Food newsletter shares timeless insights and ideas that you can use at work and home. Add it to your inbox: https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow Shane on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/ShaneAParrish Our Sponsors: MetaLab: Helping the world's top companies design, build, and ship amazing products and services. https://www.metalab.com Aeropress: Press your perfect cup, every time. https://aeropress.com
In this episode of Third Culture Africans, Zeze engages in a captivating conversation with Seun Oduwole, the Principal Architect at SI.SA. (Studio Imagine Simple Architecture), renowned for their innovative architectural designs. Together, they explore Seun's inspiring journey and his transformative project, the John Randle Centre for Yoruba Culture and History, which transcends conventional architecture to celebrate the rich influences shaping Yoruba culture. This ongoing urban regeneration initiative in Onikan, Lagos, plays a pivotal role in transforming the Marina and Onikan region into a vibrant tourism destination, honouring Yoruba culture throughout history. The architectural design skillfully translates Yoruba values, paying homage to its historical significance. This episode showcases the evolution of a simple concept into a profound cultural landmark challenging museological paradigms – a must-listen!
Sovereign Sustainability Linked Bonds: What's Going On? The newest product on the sovereign scene is the sustainability linked bond. The product is potentially exciting because, on its face, it seems to remedy some of the incentive problems embedded in the more commonly used “use of proceeds” green bonds. Chile and Uruguay have issued slbs with considerable fanfare. But these are two strong issuers with robust commitments to climate change. The question we are interested in is whether these instruments are providing issuers with incentives to do more for climate change than they would otherwise do. Our guest, Ignacio Lagos, of Cleary Gottlieb, is one of the young stars of the sovereign debt field and talks to us about these deals. And since we had Ignacio with us, we seized the opportunity to also try to understand a bit more about the intriguing Hamilton Bank v. Sri Lanka case and that Registered Holder/Beneficial Owner stuff. Producer: Leanna Doty
In this episode of the Discomfort Practice, I talk to the mighty Oyinkansola ‘Oyin' Adebayo, the Founder and CEO of Niyo Enterprises, which is an ecosystem of brands that exists to economically empower Black women to be builders of high-impact ecosystems. Oyin's personal purpose is to empower Black women globally to upskill, transform their careers and create a world-class black female ecosystem of entrepreneurs. Niyo Bootcamps has trained over 500 black women to be upskilled in various tech roles through the “Black CodHer” Bootcamp & Black Disruptor bootcamps, several of whom have gone on to create their own tech businesses or work for big-name companies. Oyin arrived in the UK at the age of 12 from Lagos, Nigeria and struggled to fit into a culture in which she was suddenly an immigrant. That, combined with her awareness of the poverty she saw in her native Nigeria, led her to start focusing on social-impact work even while still in school. Fast-forward to now and she's still working to make life better for young women, their families and wider communities. We talk about why and how the world doesn't work for the majority of people, how focusing on race and racial justice must be more than just philanthropy and how leaders need to be having more uncomfortable conversations in order to truly make the world work. It's a zesty conversation with some great soundbites for your brain to grab onto and chew over as you go about your day. Please do enjoy it! As mentioned in this episode - Nik Govier's episode on The Discomfort Practice Connect with Oyin: Niyo Enterprises Oyin's LinkedIn Oyin on Twitter Oyin on Instagram Niyo on Instagram Connect with Betsy: Betsy on Instagram Betsy on Twitter Betsy on Linkedin Rate, Review, Learn and Share Thanks for tuning into The Discomfort Practice. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, follow, like, and/or drop me a five star and written review. Share this episode with others and help spread the word and grow the audience. Don't forget to tune into our other episodes and share your favourite ones on social media.
La tertulia semanal en la que repasamos las últimas noticias de la actualidad científica. En el episodio de hoy:Continuación: ¿Biomarcadores en el exoplaneta K2-18b? (min 1:00)Primera oscilación acústica individual (49:20)Agujero(s) negro(s) en el cúmulo de Híades (1:18:29)Magnetismo galáctico en el universo joven (1:38:20)Señales de los oyentes (1:57:23)Este episodio es continuación de la Parte AContertulios: Sara Robisco, Jose Edelstein, Gastón Giribet, Francis Villatoro, Héctor Socas. Imagen de portada realizada con Midjourney. Todos los comentarios vertidos durante la tertulia representan únicamente la opinión de quien los hace... y a veces ni eso! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
La tertulia semanal en la que repasamos las últimas noticias de la actualidad científica. En el episodio de hoy:Murciélagos y aerogeneradores (min 11:00)¿Biomarcadores en el exoplaneta K2-18b? (42:00)Este episodio continúa en la Parte BContertulios: Sara Robisco, Jose Edelstein, Gastón Giribet, Francis Villatoro, Héctor Socas. Imagen de portada realizada con Midjourney. Todos los comentarios vertidos durante la tertulia representan únicamente la opinión de quien los hace... y a veces ni eso! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What does it take to be a leader? Is it true that anyone can be one? Sam Adeyemi, the author of Dear Leader: Your Flagship Guide to Successful Leadership, joins the podcast to explain. Sam is the senior pastor of Daystar Chri-stian Centre, Lagos, Nigeria – one of the largest growing churches in Africa. As an accomplished speaker and author, he has made it his goal to proclaim the gospel and show how God wants us to lead and succeed in every area of life. In addition to this, Sam is also the host of the popularly known motivational program "Success Power", a show that airs on radio and television stations across the globe… In this episode, we cover: How Sam came to faith. How important life lessons can turn into leadership opportunities. The profound effects that being a youth pastor can have on someone. The key elements that a good leader has to have in order to be effective. To learn more about Sam and his work with Daystar Chri-stian Centre, click here now! Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9
Olu Verheijen from the Nigerian government and Vijaya Ramachandran from the Breakthrough Institute join Gyude to discuss the scale and nature of the energy crisis in Africa, the role that renewable energy can (and can't) play in addressing it, and what steps African countries—and partners—can take to address both climate and energy challenges.
Ya están en la cárcel 2 hombres presuntamente vinculados a 2 desapariciones en Lagos de MorenoAdvierte EU que la guerra en Ucrania es "la mayor amenaza al orden internacional" después de varios años de "estabilidad geopolíticaMás detalles en nuestro podcast
Testimony of Pastor George NduAugust 24, 2023 by email@example.comInterviewed by Pastor Dre Henderson22 August 2023How was your life like before you got saved?Pastor says that before he got saved, he was quite a regular young man, like many men his age. He thought he had his life all together.He says he just wanted to build himself up by gaining a career. However, he admits to always feeling a pull inside of him, pulling him towards the plan God had for him.So, he was always searching, but he never knew what he was searching for until he met Jesus.How did you end up accepting Jesus?Pastor George says that he was pursuing a career as an actor, which led him to Lagos, Nigeria. He met someone who introduced him to Victory Outreach and the pastors there. He says that he was drawn to the vision and mission of the church. After reading the book Treasures out of darkness, he explains that his heart got connected even more.What is God doing in your life today?Pastor says that since he gave his life to the lord there has been an upward trajectory. God has raised him up in many ways. He now serves as a missionary and minister in Victory Outreach.He says the mission of the church, that helps to give hope to the hopeless allowed God to use him in a powerful way.How can those who are interested, partner with Victory Outreach?“There are very many ways that you can be a partner or can partner with us. The services we provided are free to people but it's not free because it costs resources, it takes resources to be able to do what we do now.One way that I can think of immediately that you can partner with us, is that annually we have an initiative called Run for Hope.Run for Hope is a fun run that we do annually as a way of raising funds to continue to build and establish other Christian recovery homes across the city across the nation and even across the globe and so this year we'll be having one.There is an ongoing one right now and I am also taking part. The grand finale will be on the 28th of October that will be the actual run however we're doing different things to raise funds and so I am participating.I would like for you to be part, to partner with me and support me. Now, you can support me with any amount. Any amount you give, whether it's R1000, a R500.Whatever amount God lays on your heart all of it goes towards reaching many more that are caught up in this lifestyle.If you would like to partner with me and support me then you can feel free to go to www.vocapetown.net/pg there you will see my details, you can read more and then you'll be able to support me with any amounts.For more information about our church, go to our website at:www.vocapetown.netThird Wave Nights – Fridays at 19:00pmGANG services @17h00 every SundaySunday morning service at 08:00am & 10:00amFor more information about our Recovery HomesContact details are: 061 407 9474/021 691 9575You can also visit our contact us page.Thanks for listening family.Stay blessed and stay connected.If you missed out on today's radio segment, click here to listen to the full audio version of this testimony:http://www.vocapetown.net/radio
In the first of this new series of A brush with…, Yinka Shonibare talks to Ben Luke about his influences—from writers to musicians, film-makers and, of course, other artists—and the cultural experiences that have shaped his life and work.Shonibare was born in 1962 in London to Nigerian parents and moved to Lagos in Nigeria when he was a child. He returned to London for his fine art studies at Byam Shaw School of Art and Goldsmiths College. He explores race, class and constructions of cultural identity through sculpture, installation, painting, photography, film and other media. His signature material is Dutch wax fabric, which he is able endlessly to repurpose and recontextualise. He chose this material precisely for its complex and loaded history: it was originally inspired by Indonesian batik, mass-produced by the Dutch and then sold to European colonies in West Africa. Dutch wax fabric eventually became a signifier of independence and culture in Africa and its diaspora. Through references to Western art history, film and literature Shonibare uses this textile to playfully, even provocatively, explore the validity of national identities and the cultures that inform them. He discusses his perennial fascination with William Hogarth and Francisco Goya, and his admiration for contemporary artists as diverse as Cindy Sherman, David Hammons and Paul McCarthy, who he describes as “Hogarth x100”. He explains his love of opera—the total artwork—and contemporary dance. And he reflects on the consistent environmentalist strand in his work. Plus he gives insight into his studio life and answers our usual questions, including the ultimate: what is art for?Yinka Shonibare CBE RA: Free The Wind, The Spirit, and The Sun, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, 6 October-11 November; Yinka Shonibare CBE: Ritual Ecstasy of the Modern, Cristea Roberts Gallery, London, 22 September-4 November; Shonibare's public work Hibiscus Rising, commissioned by the David Oluwale Memorial Association for Aire Park, Leeds, as part of Leeds 2023, is unveiled on 25 November. Between April and September 2024, Shonibare will have a solo exhibition at the Serpentine Galleries, London. He will also participate in Nigeria's Pavilion at the 60th International Venice Biennale from April 2024. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Oliver Eduardo Ramos Cardoza llevaba 10 años en espera de ser sentenciado… pero nunca recibir su sentencia. Un grupo de custodios decidió reprimir una protesta con calcetines por abusos dentro del Centro Federal de Reinserción Social (CPF) 18 de Ramos Arizpe en Coahuila a punta de escudos, toletes y golpes que terminaron matando a Ramos Cardoza. Ahora, su familia pide que se investigue el hecho ocurrido en mayo. Entre las personas investigadas se encuentra la exdirectora del penal, Jetzael Martínez Cisneros además de los custodios, quienes fueron cesados del cargo y están bajo investigación de la FGR y la Fiscalía General del Estado de Coahuila. El trabajo de investigación de Víctor Hugo Arteaga para Xpectro FM. El embajador de Estados Unidos en México, Ken Salazar, reconoció que nuestro país sí tiene que parar los precursores del fentanilo. Sin embargo, Estados Unidos sí debe reducir la demanda de esta droga. Sobre el proceso electoral de 2024, Salazar asegura que trabajarán con quien gane sea Claudia Sheinbaum o Xóchitl Gálvez. Alrededor de 15 organizaciones sociales encabezadas por Usuarios de la energía eléctrica y el Movimiento Unificado de la Lucha Triqui se dirigen al Zócalo Capitalino para realizar un plantón de 4 días, que iniciaría hoy y terminaría el próximo viernes. Las autoridades ya les advirtieron que están los preparativos el 15 de septiembre, sin embargo, los manifestantes continúan su trayecto. Luego de que en algunos medios de comunicación locales se diera a conocer sobre un nuevo levantamiento armado por parte de autodefensas en contra de las extorsiones, Guadalupe Mora, hermano de Hipólito Mora, negó en un video el hecho. En la reunión donde fue convocado, un drone explotó muy cerca del lugar. El reporte de Miriam Moreno. Luego de que un grupo de mujeres escribieran una carta con testimonios para denunciar a Alejandro Yapur Chedraui por abuso, acoso y maltrato, María Teresa Ealey comentó que fueron muchas mujeres las que vivieron una situación de terror a lado de su agresor. Ealey menciona que fueron 15 años los que su agresor estuvo usando el mismo método para mantener una relación con diferentes mujeres y violentarlas. María Teresa invitó a todas las mujeres que hayan pasado por situaciones similares a que denuncien, pues entiende que pueden pasar miedo, pero ella está dispuesta a acompañarlas en el proceso. A un mes de la desaparición de cinco jóvenes en Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco, autoridades no han dado información oficial sobre lo que sucedió con ellos. La resignación de las familias de estos jóvenes se suma a las más de 14 mil desapariciones acumuladas en la entidad. Esto y más en Ciro Gómez Leyva Por la Mañana. Grupo Fórmula #AbriendoLaConversación
The Victoria's Secret Voices podcast is back with Season three. Join host Amanda de Cadenet in going behind the scenes with the iconic talent of the Tour '23. Learn about their experience and their personal, never before heard stories, along with so much more. Hear directly from the incredible women of the Tour 23, including Emily Ratajkowski, Lagos based designer Bubu Ogisi, Bogota based filmmaker Cristina Sanchez, Tokyo based designer Jenny Fax and London based designer Supriya Lele. VS Voices is the ultimate behind-the-scenes companion to The Victoria's Secret World Tour, the Amazon Prime special out September 26th. Listen on the iHeartRadio App, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Southeast Asian leaders meet in Indonesia to debate how to deal with the violence in Myanmar. Plus: a new metro system opens in Lagos, a round-up of business headlines and might a new name for India be on the cards?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As the first ever Africa Climate Summit begins in Nairobi, we hear from a community suing the Kenyan government over climate damage. We look at the serious danger to human life posed by air pollution in Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos. Plus, can Kenyan police help bring stability to Haiti?
SEPTEMBER 2nd (8PM Start) 1st Annual Where I'M From? Pre Labor Day Flag Fete Promo Mix By Team Haitian All-StarZ DJs => DJ Teddy Gramz, DJ Manny MVP, DJ Konspiracy.Genre: Soca, Dancehall, Kompa.. Enjoy and enjoy us at => Kinanm Lounge & Backyard 856 Atlantic AVE Brooklyn NY 11238
SEPTEMBER 2nd (8PM Start) 1st Annual Where I'M From? Pre Labor Day Flag Fete Promo Mix By Team Haitian All-StarZ DJs => DJ Teddy Gramz, DJ Manny MVP, DJ Konspiracy.Genre: Soca, Dancehall, Kompa.. Enjoy and enjoy us at => Kinanm Lounge & Backyard 856 Atlantic AVE Brooklyn NY 11238
Cinco jóvenes desaparecieron en Lagos de Moreno, un municipio de Jalisco, el Estado mexicano con mayor cantidad de desaparecidos desde la llamada “guerra contra el narco”. La divulgación de un video sobre el caso y las hipótesis sobre lo que sucedió han vuelto a poner a la luz el fenómeno del reclutamiento forzado: el secuestro de jóvenes que son obligados a trabajar para cárteles. Esta semana, la periodista Celia Espinoza, quien ha estado cubriendo el caso muy de cerca, explica qué se sabe hasta ahora sobre la desaparición de los cinco jóvenes. Luego, la periodista y docente universitaria Alejandra Guillén, nos cuenta lo que ha investigado sobre el reclutamiento forzado y sobre el funcionamiento de los campamentos del narco. Suscríbete a nuestro boletín para recibir enlaces con información complementaria sobre los episodios de El hilo. Además incluimos otras noticias esenciales desde Latinoamérica. Lo recibirás todos los viernes en la mañana. Suscríbete aquí. ¿Te acompañamos cada viernes a informarte sobre América Latina? Entonces únete a nuestro programa de membresías. Al donar, contribuyes a la sostenibilidad financiera de El hilo y recibes beneficios exclusivos. Dona aquí.Síguenos en Twitter @elhilopodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Folu Storm, one of Nigeria's rising Media personality, tells all about her journey in Nollywood, surviving the Nigerian Media and entertainment industry and living in Lekki, Lagos. Colorism, Colourism, blackness and overcoming bias in Nollywood as an Artist, Actress or actor.Thanks for listening... visit our website at https://www.battabox.com/podcast/
Tune in! @djhardhittinharry & @DJayCeenyc presents another brand new episode of @haitian_all_starz Radio Podcast on @wbai995 & WBAI.ORG 2am - 4am late Monday/early Tuesday.Streaming on all major platforms: Apple Podcast / Google Podcast / Amazon Music / iHartradio / and many more..
We continue featuring the Meat: the four futures series with our fourth and final exploration of four different futures for meat - Plant based no meat.--Should we remove animals from agriculture and our diets altogether? What if all the land that produces animal feed now could instead produce human food--or be rewilded? Would this be a planet friendly future--or impoverished and unnatural? In this fourth and final scenario: the plant-based no meat future, we explore the motivations, the evidence and the arguments for adopting a diet that centers and celebrates plants. We visit a vegan restaurant in Stockholm, Sweden; a vegan food tech company in Lagos, Nigeria; and an animal free farm outside of Reading in the United Kingdom.But is dietary change at a societal scale unrealistic? Is this the most sustainable, ethical and efficient approach to eating and producing food? We explore all this and more.--Visit the episode page with more resources: https://tabledebates.org/meat/episode6Project webpage: https://tabledebates.org/meatTake the values-based quiz: https://tabledebates.org/meat/quizMusic by Blue dot Sessions and Epidemic sound.
Se construirá un Hospital Regional en Acapulco. Renuncia secretario de Seguridad de SinaloaContinúan las labores por parte de Servicios de Emergencia sobre la la autopista México-TulancingoMás información en nuestro podcast
Curator Folakunle Oshun links Peckham in the UK, and Lagos in Nigeria, with water and two centuries of shared colonial histories. Artist David Sanya captures European statues and lingering stereotypes in West Africa. Plus, Emeka Ogboh projects the sounds of the megacity onto the streets of south east London, and recreates the taste of migration with a brand new beer. Often called ‘Little Lagos', Peckham in south east London is home to one of the largest Nigerian diaspora communities. When the West African country declared independence after a century of British colonial rule in 1960, the flow of migration soon increased, with economic crises and civil unrest in the country. But individuals and families have long moved between both places. As a port city, Lagos became key to the transatlantic slave trade; its name meaning ‘lake', after the Portuguese, the first Europeans in the area. Using water as a channel to connect Lagos and London, a new exhibition at the South London Gallery brings together both Nigerian and British-Nigerian artists like Yinka Shonibare, crossing generations and diasporas. Its curator Folakunle Oshun, founder and director of the Lagos Biennal, describes growing up with CNN, navigating imperial architectures in Berlin and Paris, and why he'd never drive in London. Artist Emeka Ogboh takes us beyond the museum space, using loudspeakers to project the sound of Lagos' Danfo bus drivers onto the streets of Peckham. We sip his ‘bittersweet' beer made in collaboration with local brewery Orbit, a blend of English hops and Nigerian alligator pepper, and discuss how food and art can together capture the ‘multisensorial' experience of migration. Plus, closer to the River Thames, Birmingham-based artist David Sanya traces his travels from Nigeria to the UK, and how he combines the European artistic tradition of the sublime with Lagos' distinctive lake and seascapes, creating contemporary photographs of his own environments. Lagos, Peckham, Repeat: Pilgrimage to the Lakes runs at South London Gallery until 29 October 2023. Reframe: The Residency Exhibition runs at the Southbank Centre until 27 August 2023, part of the Southbank Centre's Planet Summer. For more, you can read my article. For more on A History of City in a Box, hear artist Ndidi Dike on EMPIRE LINES: https://pod.link/1533637675/episode/386dbf4fcb2704a632270e0471be8410 WITH: Folakunle Oshun, artist, curator, and founder and director of the Lagos Biennal. He is the co-curator of Lagos, Peckham, Repeat. Emeka Ogboh, sound and installation artist best known for his soundscapes of life in Lagos. Born in Nigeria and based between Lagos and Berlin, he creates multisensory work that takes the form of audio, installation, sculpture, and food and drink. David Sanya, artist and photographer. Born and raised in Lagos, he migrated to the UK in 2016, and practices between Birmingham and London. His collaborative work, I AM YOUR MOTHER DISMANTLED, is on view as part of Reframe: The Residency. ART: ‘Lagos Soundscapes, Emeka Ogboh (2023)'. PRODUCER: Jelena Sofronijevic. Follow EMPIRE LINES on Twitter: twitter.com/jelsofron/status/1306563558063271936 And Instagram: instagram.com/empirelinespodcast Support EMPIRE LINES on Patreon: patreon.com/empirelines
La Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación dio luz verde al Instituto Nacional de Acceso a la Información para que pueda sesionar con cuatro comisionados, esto a 140 días sin haber podido sesionar, con lo cual podrán resolver alrededor de 8 mil 200 recursos de revisión acumulados. El INAI había quedado inoperante luego de que los senadores de Morena rechazaran nombrar a los comisionados restantes para sesionar de manera normal. Ante esto, Germán Martínez comentó que la ministra presidenta de la Corte, Norma Piña, y la comisionada presidenta del INAI, Blanca Lilia Ibarra, son las únicas que han visto a favor de la transparencia y el acceso a la información en México. Martínez comenta que el gobierno no quiere que se sepa qué deuda se le dejará al próximo gobierno sobre todo en obras como el Tren Maya y la refinería de Dos Bocas. Sobre los libros de texto, mencionó que el gobierno ganó la batalla ‘pírricamente' porque no se consultó a nadie para la creación de los materiales e invitó a los integrantes de la 4T a leer más de los autores que se citan en los nuevos libros. El senador Germán Martínez comentó que Movimiento Ciudadano es un partido que ‘cacha votos' y que una de las dos puntas de la división está negociando con Morena. Martínez cuestionó la atención que se le da a la negociación entre los aspirantes de Morena con Enrique Alfaro en lugar de buscar a los jóvenes desaparecidos de Lagos de Morena. Dijo que en Morena están expuestos por su trabajo realizado durante su gobierno, mientras que en el Frente son conocidos por sus votos en el Senado. Arturo Sánchez, integrante del Comité Organizador del Frente Amplio por México, explicó que ni Xóchitl Gálvez ni Beatriz Paredes entrarán en veda hasta un día antes de que se revele a quien será la abanderada de la oposición. Será hasta el 3 de septiembre cuando se den a conocer los resultados de la encuesta, mientras tanto, ambas aspirantes podrán dar entrevistas, charlas y conferencias. A dos meses de que Hipólito Mora fuera acribillado por sicarios presuntamente vinculados al grupo 'Los Viagra' Guadalupe Mora asegura que no ha habido avances ni detenidos relacionados con el asesinato de su hermano. Es en esa región de Michoacán donde productores de limón han denunciado extorsiones por parte de grupos criminales que ascienden a un peso por cada kilo de limón y un peso por empaquetar el producto. Los productores tienen miedo de las represalias de los criminales, aún así, han acudido a las autoridades para denunciar las extorsiones que no sólo se focalizan en el limón sino en otros productos. El reporte desde la Ruana con Humberto Padgett. La madre de Ivana Huato una mujer plagiada en las afueras de su domicilio, solicitó difusión de la ficha de búsqueda de su hija, pues aunque hay dos detenidos por presuntamente estar implicados en el robo de su vehículo, no se ha logrado dar con el paradero de Ivana. Esto y más en Ciro Gómez Leyva Por la Mañana. Grupo Fórmula #AbriendoLaConversación
Modupe Ehirim is the founder of The Right Fit Marriage Academy(RFMA). Over the years, she have developed a rich & diverse background. She acquired her first degree in Chemical Engineering from Obafemi Awolowo University. Subsequently, she acquired her second degree in Process Analysis & Development. In the early years of her career, she took on several roles within the facility management arm of Central Bank of Nigeria. Moving on from the Banking Industry, she established a retail book business, Hidden Treasures, for 13 years. At this point, she started nurturing relationships, working with men and women across the world to achieve a healthy marriage. She became a Certified Save-Your-Marriage-Before-It-Starts(SYMBIS) facilitator in Lagos, Nigeria. CONNECT WITH Module Ehirim Website: https://rightfitmarriage.com/ Facebook: https:// Facebook.com/ModupeEhirim Facebook Group: https://Facebook.com/TheRightFitMarriageAcademy LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/modupeehirim/ CONNECT WITH Cedric Francis Website: https://www.lead2greatness.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cedricbfrancis Twitter: https://twitter.com/cedricbfrancis Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadtogreatness/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cedric-b-francis-a0544037/ CONNECT WITH Shante Francis Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shante.francis.14 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/s_fran/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shante-francis-10370320a/ CONNECT WITH TMC Podcast Email questions: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.lead2greatness.com DONATE TO Fight Hungry in the Houston Community Website: https://www.mtsoutreach.org
La tormenta tropical Franklin amenaza República Dominicana y Haití; los restos calcinados hallados en la finca en Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco, no corresponden a los jóvenes desaparecidos y ocho de los precandidatos presidenciales republicanos de 2024 debaten sin Trump, entre otras noticias. Más información en UnivisionNoticias.com.
Working irregular hours, including overnight, means meal times can be disrupted. So what impact does this have on the body and overall health? We hear from workers in Mumbai and Lagos about their experiences, plus get advice from a dietician about what and when you should be eating. Produced and presented by Marie Keyworth. (Image: Workers in a construction camp cutting metal at night. Credit: Getty Images)
Despite the size and scale of the continent, there aren't many female fund managers in Africa.Today's guest is trying to fix that.Adesuwa Rhodes launched her firm, Aruwa Capital, because she saw untapped investment opportunities in West Africa in the small to lower mid-market. Aruwa has a specific goal to close the gender gap in Africa and become a case study that shows the business value of investing in women as fund managers, entrepreneurs, consumers and stakeholders in society.She joins the show from her home in Lagos, Nigeria.
El Gobierno de México colabora en la investigación del caso de los jóvenes de Lagos de Moreno en Jalisco; un grupo de especialistas de la Secretaría de Seguridad y Protección Ciudadana está trabajando. Somos respetuosos de las víctimas y sus familiares y acompañamos su dolor. Siempre pondremos por delante las causas de la nación. La gente es consciente, confía en nosotros y nos apoya. El motor del cambio que llevamos a cabo es el pueblo.
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Jordan DeMay was a popular, well-liked sports star at his Michigan high school. The 17-year-old took his own life just hours after someone demanded money to keep a compromising photo from being sent to his parents and friends. The extortionists, a group of men from Nigeria who have targeted more than 100 children and adults, initially contacted DeMay over a hacked social media account, posing as a teen girl who enticed Jordan into sending a nude photo. The sextortionist then flipped the script, pressuring DeMay to pay to keep the photo private. The teen sent everything he had, totaling $300. The perpetrators wanted more. Police say the entire sequence of events appeared to have taken about six hours, until deputies responded to the DeMay home just after 7:30 a.m. The family is now hopeful Jordan will receive justice. FBI agents, with help from Nigerian law enforcement tracked down the three men behind the international sextortion ring. Samuel Ogoshi, 22, and Samson Ogoshi, 20, have now been extradited from Lagos to Michigan to face charges related to sextortion and Demay's death. Authorities are still working to extradite a third suspect, Ezekiel Robert. Samuel Ogoshi faces a minimum of 50 years behind bars, his younger brother's charges carrying a minimum of 20 years in prison. Joining Nancy Grace Today: John DeMay- Jordan DeMay's father David Tafuri- International lawyer, partner at ArentFox law firm, https://www.afslaw.com/attorneys/david-tafuri, @DavidTafuri Dr. Angela Arnold-Psychiatrist, Atlanta GA, AngelaArnoldMD.com, Expert in the Treatment of Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology: Emory University, Former Medical Director of The Psychiatric Ob-Gyn Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital, Voted My Buckhead's Best Psychiatric Practice of 2023 Irv Brandt - Senior Inspector, US Marshals Service International Investigations Branch, Chief Inspector, DOJ Office of International Affairs; Author: “SOLO SHOT: CURSE OF THE BLUE STONE” available on Amazon, Also "FLYING SOLO: Top of the World" @JackSoloAuthor Dr. Michelle DuPre- Forensic Pathologist, Medical Examiner and Detective: Lexington County Sheriff's Department, Author: "Homicide Investigation Field Guide" & "Investigating Child Abuse Field Guide", Forensic Consultant, DMichelleDupreMD.com Elizabeth Peterson- Morning News Anchor & Reporter for WLUC TV6, uppermichiganssource.com, Facebook: Elizabeth Peterson TV6 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Bienvenidos a la maravillosa feria del pueblo donde encuentras lo que no encontrarás en ninguna otra parte. La colosal Feria de Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco ECDQEMSD podcast - El Cyber Talk Show - episodio 5587 La Feria Ambulante Conducen: El Pirata y El Sr. Lagartija https://canaltrans.com Noticias Del Mundo: Elecciones Argentinas - Milei hizo un quilombo - La derecha liberal a octubre - Wendy Guevara ganó La Casa de los Famosos - Más imputaciones para Trump - El Ferragosto y el éxodo Italiano - Nos mudamos del antro. Historias Desintegradas: La feria se mueve - De calle en calle - El anciano de las costillas con salsa especial - Retención de cliente - Le aplicaré un descuento - Qué ofertón - Caímos ante el mejor - El empleado del mes - Las gotitas - Los peligros de guardar todo en el refri - Colonia Prensa nacional - Cine Mundial - Siempre llegas tarde - March vs Tsuru - Transportando trabajadores - Manejando maquinaria pesada - Sin límites - Una buena y una mala - La asunción... https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2023/5587_la_feria_ambulante.html En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre Podcast no tiene publicidad, sponsors ni organizaciones que aporten para mantenerlo al aire. Solo el sistema cooperativo de los que aportan a través de las suscripciones hacen posible que todo esto siga siendo una realidad. Gracias Dragones Dorados: https://www.canaltrans.com/radio/suscripciones.html