Podcast appearances and mentions of Laura Kelly

48th Governor of Kansas

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Pro Politics with Zac McCrary
Talking 2022 Gov Races with Marshall Cohen, Political Director of the DGA

Pro Politics with Zac McCrary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 57:28


Marshall Cohen is the Political Director of the Democratic Governors Association. Over 7 years at the DGA, he's been involved in 50+ races - and before that was an accomplished operative who - in 2016 - managed (and won) the most expensive congressional primary in history. In this conversation, Marshall talks his path to working in politics, his best practices for running and winning races and goes deep on this cycle's top governor's races...how Democrats pulled off upsets in several states, the messaging and strategic decisions that mattered, and lessons learned heading into the 2024 cycle. IN THIS EPISODEMarshall's path to working in politics…How his New Jersey roots inform his political outlook…Marshall manages the winner in a 2016 House primary that was the most expensive congressional race in history at the time…Marshall breaks down the four factors it takes to be an effective campaign manager…How Marshall starts at the DGA & his theories of what makes governors' races different…Marshall talks how he and the DGA have been successful winning in “red” states…Marshall talks the Virginia '21 Governors race…how Youngkin won and why that didn't signal a trend for '22…Marshall rebuts the suggestion the DGA “meddled” in GOP primaries to elevate election-deniers…Marshall & Zac talk the 2022 Nevada Governor's race…The “biggest surprise” for Marshall from the 2022 cycle…Marshall goes deep on several 2022 races, including Arizon, Kansas, and Wisconsin...Marshall talks Democratic difficulties breaking through in FL, GA, and TX…Marshall on lessons learned in 2022 that can be applied to the 2024 cycle…The media spending strategies that worked for the DGA in 2022…Marshall on the various “it factors” held by governors…AND American University, Lou Barletta, Andy Beshear, Matt Bevin, Sam Brownback, James Carville, Liz Cheney, Chris Christie, Roy Cooper, core competencies, Dan Cox, Shelbi Dantic, dead ducks, Ron DeSantis, the Dobbs decision, Doug Ducey, John Bel Edwards, Tony Evers, footsie, GW, Maura Healey, Katie Hobbs, Larry Hogan, Bobby Jindal, Doug Jones, Laura Kelly, Tina Kotek, Kari Lake, Joe Lombardo, Doug Mastriano, Kathleen Matthews, Pat McCrory, Tim Michels, Janet Mills, Wes Moore, Phil Murphy, north stars,  Beto O'Rourke, Panasonic, Corey Platt, political fiefdoms, Jamie Raskin, Derek Schmitt, self-realizations, Steve Sisolak, train conductors, David Trone, Donald Trump, Scott Walker, Tim Walz, The West Wing, Gretchen Whitmer, wine tasting, the Yuma County GOP & more!

The Geek Buddies with John Rocha, Michael Vogel and Shannon McClung
STAR WARS: ANDOR Episode 11 SPOILER Review with Special Guest Laura Kelly

The Geek Buddies with John Rocha, Michael Vogel and Shannon McClung

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 89:56


SPOILER REVIEW FOR ANDOR EPISODE 11!!!ANDOR, the much anticipated series from ROGUE ONE's DAN GILROY stars DIEGO LUNA as CASSIAN ANDOR, STELLAN SKARSGARD, GENEVIEVE O'REILLY, ADRIA ARJONA, DENISE GOUGH, FIONA SHAW, KYLE SOLLER and sees the return of FOREST WHITAKER as rebel leader SAW GERRERA. This episode sees Andor and Melshi trying to find a way off Narkina 5 and on to Niamos where Andor gets some devastating news. Brasso and B2Emo get closer while Bix is in the worst way as she's been subject to more torture from the Empire. Mon Mothma and Vel discuss her situation and Luthen and Saw Gerrera have a war of wills about his actions. Great stuff to lead us into next week's STAR WARS season finale of Andor!John Rocha, Michael Vogel, Shannon McClung and Laura Kelly discuss all the action, storylines, direction, acting, writing, easter eggs, and more!____________________Chapters:0:00 Intro and Overall Thoughts on Episode 119:28 Andor's Storyline and Tragic News on Niamos25:35 Brasso and B2Emo Deal with Maarva's Death, Bix vs the Empire42:44 Vel Wants to See Luthen, Saw Gerrera and Luthen's Battle of Wills59:57 Mon Mothma Opens Up to Vel, Syril Karn Makes Plans for Ferrix

Heartland POD
The Flyover View, November 18, 2022 | Heartland Politics, News, and Views

Heartland POD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 18:27


Host: Kevin Smith Dives into the weekly news most impactful to the HeartlandAn Update on Agape- Springfield News-Leader & Kansas City Starhttps://www.news-leader.com/story/news/local/ozarks/2022/11/16/new-evidence-outlines-abuse-suicide-attempts-at-agape-boarding-school/69653418007/https://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article268224517.htmlWisconsin Climate Plans - Wisconsin Examinerhttps://wisconsinexaminer.com/brief/reports-set-2050-goal-to-eliminate-principal-culprit-for-climate-change-in-wisconsin/Missouri judge rules AG's office under Josh Hawley ‘knowingly' violated transparency laws - Missouri Independenthttps://missouriindependent.com/2022/11/15/missouri-judge-rules-ags-office-under-josh-hawley-knowingly-violated-transparency-laws/12 Republican senators vote to break a filibuster on same-sex marriage bill - CNNhttps://www.cnn.com/2022/11/16/politics/senate-republicans-vote-same-sex-marriage/index.htmlJay Ashcroft's Book Bans and Abortion Nanny State - St. Louis Post Dispatch & Springfield News Leaderhttps://www.stltoday.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/comment-period-opens-on-missouri-secretary-of-state-s-book-ban-proposal/article_113d0df9-eb9b-590c-b973-892bdfe5b06a.html?utm_campaign=snd-autopilot&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook_St._Louis_Post-Dispatchhttps://www.news-leader.com/story/news/local/ozarks/2022/11/16/missouri-abortion-law-ban-proposal-require-medical-emergency/69650564007/Kansans Say No! To GOP Legislative Power Grab - Associated Presshttps://apnews.com/article/legislature-executive-branch-constitutions-kansas-6d218f2135a8cd5ae3e749406e0a878aElection Impact: Farm Bill - Farm Journal & Brownfieldhttps://www.agfax.com/2022/11/16/impact-of-the-elections-on-farm-bill-2023/https://brownfieldagnews.com/news/divided-congress-leaves-2023-farm-bill-picture-unclear/10,000 Mink Are Running Loose in Northwest Ohio - NY Timeshttps://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/16/us/mink-farm-ohio-loose.html

The Last Bohemians
S4 Ep9: Julia Cameron: the bestselling author on addiction, creative energy and The Artist's Way

The Last Bohemians

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 29:08


We've only gone and done a bonus episode! An audio addendum to our LA season this year, The Last Bohemians hopped over to Santa Fé to meet the one and only Julia Cameron. Our series is dedicated to creative women who've lived their lives outside the norm. Julia Cameron has spent hers guiding others, with her world-beating creativity manual The Artist's Way. Very sadly, Julia had just lost her beloved dog when we arrived one afternoon in 2022. But she soldiered on regardless. It's a whistlestop tour through her early days, breaking into the boys club of 1970s journalism alongside Hunter S Thompson, through her wild thirties in Hollywood married to Martin Scorsese, and eventually how she turned her life around by relocating to Georgia O'Keefe country, with its endlessly inspiring dramatic desert landscapes.  In this special episode, we enter Julia's writing room to talk about addiction and recovery, harnessing the creativity spirit, sexism and psychic powers, how she helped to write Taxi Driver, inspiration and motivation, her friendship with Eve Babitz and much more. For more, Julia Cameron's memoir Floor Sample was rereleased in the UK in summer 2022. CREDITS Presenter and Exec Producer: Kate Hutchinson Editor: Georgie Rogers Photography and recording: Anna Kooris With thanks to Anna-Maria Fitzgerald, Nick and Didi at Meow Wolf. The Last Bohemians theme music by Pete Cunningham, Ned Pegler and Caradog Jones. ABOUT THE LAST BOHEMIANS Journalist and broadcaster Kate Hutchinson launched The Last Bohemians in 2019, pairing the audio with stunning portraits by photographer Laura Kelly. It featured 86-year-old Molly Parkin's stories of self-pleasuring, LSD countess Amanda Feilding's trepanning tales and Pamela Des Barres' reflections on supergroupiedom. The series won silver for Best New Podcast at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and was a finalist at the 2021 Audio Production Awards. Season two featured folk legend Judy Collins; British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, dealing with the aftermath of losing her lover while celebrating 50 years in fashion; anarcho-punk innovator and illustrator Gee Vaucher; and the controversial witch at the heart of the 1970s occult boom, Maxine Sanders. In 2021, The Last Bohemians launched a lockdown special with performance artist Marina Abramović; it returned in 2022 with the UK's greatest living painter, Maggi Hambling, as well as Bowie's former best friend Dana Gillespie and theatre actor Cleo Sylvestre, and launched an LA series, supported by Audio-Technica, and starring Angelyne, Betye Saar, Gloria Hendry and more. thelastbohemians.co.uk patreon.com/thelastbohemians instagram.com/thelastbohemianspod twitter.com/thelastbohospod 

Up To Date
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly just one of the women successful in the midterm election

Up To Date

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 24:56


Kelly joins 11 other female governors as women in Kansas and Missouri won offices at local, state and federal levels.

Heartland POD
Talkin' Politics | Post Midterm 2022: The Purple Drank, Our Main Takeaways From 2022 Midterms, Our Victory Laps, MAGA Death Rattle, JoRsh Hawley Runs Scared (AGAIN) and more!

Heartland POD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 95:29


Heartland POD on Twitter - @TheHeartlandPOD Co-HostsAdam Sommer @Adam_Sommer85Rachel Parker @RaichetPSean Diller @SeanDillerCOhttps://heartlandpod.com/“Change The Conversation”True or False:Sharice Davids is the brightest star in the heartland for DemsWHOMPING in that race, 12 points https://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/election/article268253557.html?ac_cid=DM722608&ac_bid=1312587918Did she carry Kelly? Yeah… NO:Missouri GOP returns the super majority https://missouriindependent.com/2022/11/09/democrats-prevail-in-hotly-contested-missouri-legislative-races/ Buy or Sell:The date of death for “MAGA” is November 8, 2022?Is DeSantis Is Now The Presumptive GOP Nominee for 2024?McCarthy's new worldContinue to cowtow to Trump?Work with Dems to pass a VERY restricted national abortion law? Gets to blame Dems for being too extreme and failing to compromiseJoRshua Hawley running from Trump/MAGA faster than he ran from insurrectionists? https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/live-blog/midterms-results-trump-livid-midterms-democrats-republicans-house-senateTrump may need to invest in some “oops I crapped my pants”Trump is in the corner - danger for all Where does it leave the Kris Kobach's of the world? https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/11/08/us/elections/results-kansas-attorney-general.html  The Big One:Red Wave, Blue Wave… more like Purple DrankRACHELS' LOSING BETSVICTORY LAPSColorado: Boebert is still there(?) - Pollis wins easily, CO is overall BLUE BLUE BLUE https://coloradosun.com/2022/11/09/8th-district-results-yadira-caraveo-barbara-kirkmeyer/Pennsylvania - Gov, SenateMichigan - Gov, State House and State Senate - Witmer mops floor with DixonArizona - Kelly straps Masters to a rocketFontes beats Fonchman in AZ SOS race https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/nov/12/arizona-secretary-of-state-election-winnner-adrian-fontesLAST CALL: Way too early look at 2024

Kansas City Today
Gov. Laura Kelly wins reelection in a Republican Kansas

Kansas City Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 11:05


Two very close races have been called in Kansas: Incumbent Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly won a second term, with about a 1.5% lead over her Republican opponent, state Attorney General Derek Schmidt. And Republican Kris Kobach beat Democrat Chris Mann by about 2 points in his bid for attorney general.

Irish History Podcast
Banned! An Irish History of Contraception

Irish History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 29:09


Believe it or not, it was a crime to sell contraception in Ireland between 1935 and 1979. The Irish government also banned all literature on family planning for decades as well. This had a profound impact on life in Ireland. Couples couldn't plan families or engage in recreational sex without fear of pregnancy. This devastated relationships and left many people with a very limited understanding of sex and pregnancy. In this podcast I interview Dr Laura Kelly from the University of Srathcylde. Laura is a leading expert in this area and she explains the background to contraception in Ireland, why it was banned and the devastating consequences of the ban.  Find out more about Laura's research and publications here. Follow Laura on twitter here. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/irishhistory. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Kansas City Today
Laura Kelly vs. Derek Schmidt

Kansas City Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 11:48


Who should be the next governor of Kansas? Republican Derek Schmidt is making his bid about President Biden and Democratic policies he says have failed to address rising prices and angered parents over schools. Meanwhile, incumbent Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly is touting a balanced budget and a growing Kansas economy.

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues
Debates Disastrous for Dems, Dirty Ballots in Penn, Schmidt has Demand for Lockdown Laura, Frank Clark Suspended, Britt Reid Sentencing, Coach Cal Shines

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 55:23


   Tuesday night we learned why Dems have been dodging debates as it was a train wreck for all of them.  None more so than John Fetterman in Pennsylvania who had the worst debate performance of all time.    Also in Pennsylvania, GOP lawmakers say they have already found 240,000 unverified ballots that have been mailed out by Democrats.  Here we go...    In Kansas, Derek Schmidt is demanding an apology from Laura Kelly for spending taxpayer money on drag shows for children.    Chiefs pass rusher Frank Clark gets a two game suspension from the NFL for his gun possession charges, this seems like a great deal he should take immediately.    Former Chiefs coach Britt Reid will be sentenced on Friday and the prosecution has made a very strong case for jail time.   And you may not like Kentucky hoops coach John Calipari but you're going to love the story of what he's doing for one hard working Kentucky family.   

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues
KC Murders #1 Under Mayor Q, Laura Kelly's Drag Shows for Kids, Obama on Manningcast, QB Problems Hurt NFL, Nantz Hanging up Hoops

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 54:03


   KC  Mayor Quinton Lucas must be a magician.  How else can he show you all the shiny little things that don't matter in one hand and hide the really, really bad stuff in the other?  Hey, look, we are soccer town USA with a sweet ladies team and have free bus rides, Mayor Q will tweet for all to see.   Oh, a new report shows KC has the highest increase in murder rate in America?  I can already predict his response or write it for him.  He'll say, "crime is up everywhere and we are taking it very seriously and working hard to bring it down.  But what we are experiencing is happening everywhere."  Ok, well, apparently not.     Meanwhile, lunatic liberal lockdown Laura in Kansas has a drag show problem on her hands.  Seems she's on the hook for using tax dollars to support community shows with "explicit sexual content" for children of all ages.  Derek Schmidt has an issue to pounce on, let's see if he does it.     Barack Obama was on the Mannincast for Monday Night Football and it has a lot of people buzzing.  Teams all over the NFL have big QB problems right now, remember when that used to be a thing in KC?  And Jim Nantz is saying goodbye to college basketball.... March Madness won't be the same.

To The Point - Homes Services Podcast
Digital Marketing Breakdown with Clover

To The Point - Homes Services Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 58:05


On this episode of To The Point, host Chris Yano joins a panel with Josh and Laura Kelly of Clover Marketing along with Chief of Experience Officer Michael Venidis of RYNO Strategic Solutions to discuss what your digital marketing strategy SHOULD be.

Majority 54
Is the Left a Buzzkill?

Majority 54

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 54:38


As we head towards the midterm elections, Jason and Ravi (who, this week, donned his Buffalo Bills hat) highlight some of the overlooked races across the country - and producer Sara Schleede takes us inside the reelection campaign of Kansas governor Laura Kelly. Plus, Jason and Ravi discuss Kari Lake's latest comments about election stealing, and Barack Obama's advice about the Democratic Party's messaging. If you've listened for a while, you know that Ravi and Jason would be nothing without their Athletic Greens. See what all the hype is about when you go to AthleticGreens.com/majority and get a free year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your order. Calm is ready to help you stress less, sleep more and live a happier, healthier life. Right now, Calm is offering an exclusive offer of 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at calm.com/m54.If you've listened to the show for a while, you know that Jason and Ravi love their Helix mattresses. To find your perfect mattress go to helixsleep.com/Majority54 o get 20% off your order. If you need the news, but also need to feel smarter and calmer, then you need to get in Andy Slavitt's bubble. Listen to In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt wherever you get your podcasts.Majority54 is a Wonder Media Network production. It's produced by Grace Lynch, Edie Allard, Adesuwa Agbonile, and Sara Schleede. Theme music provided by Kemet Coleman. Special thanks to Diana Kander.Majority 54 on TwitterJason on TwitterJason on InstagramSara on Twitter

Sink Handle Podcast
Episode #99: Laura Kelly

Sink Handle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 52:23


On today's episode from our Agency Series we meet Laura Kelly the Founder and CEO of TulaBooks, a modern bookkeeping business.  I talk to her about why all of her people are employees and not contractors, how she chose to be an agency and not just a freelance CFO, and we nerd out on software that makes agency life easier. Laura has more than 15 years of accounting, finance and HR experience, and she brings that knowledge to her small business clients every day. She is an expert number cruncher, but her true passion is storytelling and translating your numbers to show you what they really mean for your business and your life.   Timestamps:   02:20- Why are you not just a bookkeeper? Why make this agency? 05:25- Transitioning from an hourly CFO to an agency owner 08:10- wanting to burn it to the ground 18:15- Scheduling work for your team 21:00- Software to use on clients who don't know where they spend their money 25:30- Being your “Numbers Translator” 30:15- How Laura picks her people and onboards them 40:32- The things that make Laura's agency different 43:15- Why Laura has such low turnover 44:45- The benefits of becoming a “removable CEO”   Visit Tulabooks: https://www.tulabooks.co/   Visit ReynoldsOBM: http://www.reynoldsobm.com   Join the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/reynoldsobm/

Heartland POD
Climate Activists Embrace Soup Season; Eric May Need To Wipe Trump's Schmitt Off His Nose; Midterm Decision Desk Check In - Ticket Splitting Coming?; PLUS Adam does an Alex Jones Impression For Five Seconds

Heartland POD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 79:34


Heartland POD on Twitter - @TheHeartlandPOD Co-HostsAdam Sommer @Adam_Sommer85Rachel Parker @RaichetPSean Diller @SeanDillerCO Opening Statement - 2min 45 secTrue False - 13 min 15 secYeah ... NO - 26 min 40 secMid Term Check In - 49 min TRUE OR FALSE - Climate activists with “Just Stop Oil” throwing soup on a priceless work of art was low key brillianthttps://twitter.com/damiengayle/status/1580864210741133312?s=20&t=DgeaKW1bq-hHwYYW4svXaQBest things to throw on something?  Yeah… NOEric Schmitt was born to followhttps://twitter.com/TheHeartlandPOD/status/1580921223927644162?s=20&t=SolFnJrWPSTuTJ8UUQYI3gBonus: ALEX JONES OWES A BILLION $Oof, the judge: “willful non-compliance” in the discovery process. (I would like the attorney to talk about what an appeals process for a default judgment looks like, please).https://www.npr.org/2021/11/15/1055864452/alex-jones-found-liable-for-defamation-in-sandy-hook-hoax-caseMIDTERM DECISION DESK CHECK INQuick rundown - according to Cook Political Report of the ratings of all of the close raceshttps://www.cookpolitical.com/ratings/senate-race-ratingsBTW Missouri in that list is in the SOLID R ratingEasy way to understand this race - if you are a Missouri voter, w/o using your computer or phone at all, just right now, can you tell me the name of the Republican running against Tammy Duckworth in Illinois https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2022-election-forecast/senate/MO and IL are basically statistical flips of each otherGrassley in a tight race against former U.S. Navy Admiral https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/politics/iowa-poll/2022/10/15/iowa-us-senate-race-chuck-grassley-mike-franken-poll-election/69562063007/Picked three states that are good snapshots of national trendsIf the polling and predictions hold appears there will be a LOT of ticket splitting, or at least folks who vote in one race but perhaps not anotherWisconsin Senate and Governor's RaceRon Johnson (R) v. Mandela Barnes (D)https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2022-election-forecast/senate/wisconsin/Tony Evers (D) v. Tim Michels (R)https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2022-election-forecast/governor/wisconsin/https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/laura-kelly-ap-donald-trump-pennsylvania-democrats-b2173311.htmlGeorgia Senate and Governor's RaceRapheal Warnock (D) v. Herschel Walker (R)https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2022-election-forecast/senate/georgia/Brian Kemp (R) v. Stacey Abrams (D)https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2022-election-forecast/governor/georgia/Kansas: Laura Kelly doing well: https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2022-election-forecast/governor/kansas/FiveThirtyEight gives Senate Dem candidate Mark Holland a >1 in 100 chance of beating out Jerry Moran. Tim Ryan doing better than Nan Whaley (governor, D) in polls: https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/3685481-ryan-vance-locked-in-dead-heat-in-ohio-senate-race-poll/

Snake River Lib
16. October 11, 2022

Snake River Lib

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 18:53


Tulsi Gabbard declares her independence from the Democrats, Sharice Davids' and Laura Kelly's campaigns against Brownback, and the railroad unions give the finger to Biden. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

John Whitmer Show
John Whitmer monologue 10/9/22

John Whitmer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 9:27


John discusses the November general election and whether Republican voters are doing enough to unseat Laura Kelly and other Democrats.   

Pete Mundo - KCMO Talk Radio 103.7FM 710AM
Derek Schmidt keeps pushing Laura Kelly, plus Missouri gets a tax cut | 9-30-22

Pete Mundo - KCMO Talk Radio 103.7FM 710AM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 56:39


Derek Schmidt keeps pushing Laura Kelly, plus Missouri gets a tax cut | 9-30-22See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kansas City Today
Thousands of Missouri kids could suddenly lose health insurance

Kansas City Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 13:00


Pediatricians are worried about kids losing Medicaid coverage when the federal COVID emergency declaration ends. Plus: Why the Biden administration and Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly don't agree on proposed new rules for a popular weed killer used by farmers.

From The Newsroom: The Topeka Capital Journal
Chillin' in the Statehouse Episode 49: Ad wars

From The Newsroom: The Topeka Capital Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 28:37


The governor's race is heating up and the Chillin' in the Statehouse team focuses on the back-and-forth between Gov. Laura Kelly and Attorney General Derek Schmidt on the issue of transgender athletes in girls' sports. The Capital-Journal's Andrew Bahl and Jason Tidd, alongside the Associated Press' John Hanna, break down the issue, why it matters in Kansas and how voters might respond. Like what you hear? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play and Spotify.

The Last Bohemians
S4 Ep8: Michéle Lamy: the subversive style shaman on couture, chaos and Kim Kardashian

The Last Bohemians

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 26:16


For the final episode of The Last Bohemians: LA, supported by Audio-Technica, we meet French fashion disruptor and true original, Michéle Lamy. She's been married to the designer Rick Owens, her former pattern cutter, since 2006 and is often referred to as his 'muse'. But Michéle is a chameleonic creative in her own right, forever staging art happenings, musical collaborations and style projects around the world, as well as co-designing the furniture for the Rick Owens line. She's so in-demand that she's tricky to track down: we did this interview partly in London, at Claridges in Mayfair, and partly at the Chateau Marmont in LA, the city Michéle lived in for 26 years until the early 2000s. In those days, she was better known as the owner and host of cult Hollywood nightspot Les Deux Cafe, where anyone who's anyone would dine as Michéle performed smoky jazz numbers in her thick drawl. Now Michéle is more nomadic, splitting her time between Los Angeles and Paris, and attracting beautiful freaks wherever she goes. A gothic style icon (she's been called a vampire, ageless, the ultimate eccentric…), her signature look is ink-dipped fingers, a line of kohl on her forehead, a voluminous outfit and a cigarette always in her hand. Listen out for her many bangles too, which clank as she speaks! In this hypnotic episode, Michéle talks to us about the influence of French philosopher Gilles Deleuze, her style awakening in the Moroccan desert, how she decides who to collaborate with, her unlikely kinship with Kim Kardashian, why she loves boxing, how she got gold teeth, following her instincts and the importance of “finding your tribe”. That's it for the LA series but listen out for some bonus episodes very soon.  CREDITS Presenter and Exec Producer: Kate Hutchinson Editors: Holly Fisher and Mariana Sousa Aguiar Additional production: Sefa Nyki Photography: Matilda Hill-Jenkins With thanks to Janet Fischgrund and everyone at Owenscorp All music by Mara Carlyle with the exception of 'Laman' by Imdukal'N' El Hussain Safir and The Last Bohemians theme music by Pete Cunningham, Ned Pegler and Caradog Jones. ABOUT AUDIO-TECHNICA In 1962, with a vision of producing high-quality audio for everyone, Audio-Technica's founder Hideo Matsushita created the first truly affordable phono cartridge, the AT-1 in Shinjuku, Japan. Since then, Audio-Technica has grown into a world-renowned company devoted to Audio Excellence at every level, expanding the product range to include headphones, microphones and turntables. Audio-Technica's commitment to the user experience and their devotion to high quality design, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution has placed them at the forefront of the industry for the last 60 years. ABOUT THE LAST BOHEMIANS Journalist and broadcaster Kate Hutchinson launched The Last Bohemians in 2019, pairing the audio with stunning portraits by photographer Laura Kelly. It featured 86-year-old Molly Parkin's stories of self-pleasuring, LSD countess Amanda Feilding's trepanning tales and Pamela Des Barres' reflections on supergroupiedom. The series won silver for Best New Podcast at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and was a finalist at the 2021 Audio Production Awards. Season two featured folk legend Judy Collins; British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, dealing with the aftermath of losing her lover while celebrating 50 years in fashion; anarcho-punk innovator and illustrator Gee Vaucher; and the controversial witch at the heart of the 1970s occult boom, Maxine Sanders. In 2021, The Last Bohemians launched a lockdown special with performance artist Marina Abramović; it returned in 2022 with the UK's greatest living painter, Maggi Hambling, as well as Bowie's former best friend Dana Gillespie and theatre actor Cleo Sylvestre, and launched an LA series, supported by Audio-Technica, in summer. thelastbohemians.co.uk patreon.com/thelastbohemians instagram.com/thelastbohemianspod twitter.com/thelastbohospod 

Create Your Purpose
Responding & Reacting to Failure in Business with Laura Kelly

Create Your Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 57:21


Get ready to channel your inner cheerleader! Laura Kelly is a confidence coach who brings some pep to the podcast that I wasn't even prepared for (but delighted nonetheless). Listen to hear about the time she launched a brand new offering in her business only to "fall flat on my face, not once, but TWICE." Even more importantly, we talk about how she REACTED and RESPONDED to these so-called failures, documented them publicly, and forged ahead with purpose. Tune in if you want to get a masterclass on being your own cheerleader, how to re-frame biz failures as learning lessons, and how to keep moving forward *while* honoring your feelings. See full show notes: https://quinntempest.com/podcast/laura-kelly/ • • • • • Does your marketing overwhelm & drain you? Attend my FREE workshop to learn how it can fuel your business bottom' line AND *actually* energize you as an entrepreneur!

Pete Mundo - KCMO Talk Radio 103.7FM 710AM
Laura Kelly's Biggest Blunder Yet on Not Apologizing for School Closures | 9-8-22

Pete Mundo - KCMO Talk Radio 103.7FM 710AM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 62:10


Laura Kelly's Biggest Blunder Yet on Not Apologizing for School Closures | 9-8-22See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Up To Date
Former Kansas Gov. Bill Graves once again endorses Laura Kelly in gubernatorial election

Up To Date

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 11:37


Bill Graves, the Republican governor of Kansas from 1995 to 2003, is not backing the Republican candidate — Attorney General Derek Schmidt — in this year's governor's race.

The Last Bohemians
S4 Ep7: Penny Slinger: the feminist surrealist who was too erotic for the art world

The Last Bohemians

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 41:01


Penny Slinger was a mover and shaker in Swinging London's art scene – though you might not have heard of her. She went to Chelsea Art School at the height of the Pop Art boom and, inspired by Max Ernst, went on to mix up self-portrait, collage, film and sculpture to create surreal and feminist images that still provoke today.  Among these were her “full frontal collages”, including ones where Penny appears inside a wedding cake, the slice between her legs removed. Her 1977 collage masterpiece, An Exorcism, meanwhile, evoked the darkness of the English psyche, stitching together ghoulish images of the countryside, genitals, nuns and manor houses.  In the UK, Penny counted the photographer Lee Miller among her friends and, at one point, lived in a turret in Soho, where her boyfriend – the counterculture film-maker Peter Whitehead – kept falcons. How's that for bohemian! Penny appeared in experimental films and wrote a number of books on themes of sex, mysticism, eroticism and inner goddesses, including groundbreaking books of her collages and poetry, such as 50% The Invisible Woman. But after a solo show in New York in 1982, she abandoned the art world, tired of its sexism and narrow-mindedness. She moved first to the Caribbean, then to Northern California and finally settled in LA. It isn't until recently that Penny's work has been rediscovered. In 2009, she was included in the Angels of Anarchy show of female surrealists in Manchester and she was the subject of a 2017 documentary by Richard Kovitch. In our final Last Bohemians LA episode, supported by Audio-Technica, Penny covers a range of topics, including her sexual and sensual liberation, finding her voice in a male-dominated art scene, starring in the only feature film directed by a woman in the 1970s, how she hopes to see a retrospective in her lifetime and how desire doesn't diminish with age... CREDITS Presenter: Kate Hutchinson Producer: Holly Fisher Photography: Lisa Jelliffe. With thanks to Zoe Flowers. Theme music: Pete Cunningham, Ned Pegler and Caradog Jones ABOUT AUDIO-TECHNICA In 1962, with a vision of producing high-quality audio for everyone, Audio-Technica's founder Hideo Matsushita created the first truly affordable phono cartridge, the AT-1 in Shinjuku, Japan. Since then, Audio-Technica has grown into a world-renowned company devoted to Audio Excellence at every level, expanding the product range to include headphones, microphones and turntables. Audio-Technica's commitment to the user experience and their devotion to high quality design, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution has placed them at the forefront of the industry for the last 60 years. ABOUT THE LAST BOHEMIANS Journalist and broadcaster Kate Hutchinson launched The Last Bohemians in 2019, pairing the audio with stunning portraits by photographer Laura Kelly. It featured 86-year-old Molly Parkin's stories of self-pleasuring, LSD countess Amanda Feilding's trepanning tales and Pamela Des Barres' reflections on supergroupiedom. The series won silver for Best New Podcast at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and was a finalist at the 2021 Audio Production Awards. Season two featured folk legend Judy Collins; British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, dealing with the aftermath of losing her lover while celebrating 50 years in fashion; anarcho-punk innovator and illustrator Gee Vaucher; and the controversial witch at the heart of the 1970s occult boom, Maxine Sanders. In 2021, The Last Bohemians launched a lockdown special with performance artist Marina Abramović; it returned in 2022 with the UK's greatest living painter, Maggi Hambling, as well as Bowie's former best friend Dana Gillespie and theatre actor Cleo Sylvestre, and launched an LA series, supported by Audio-Tecnica, in summer. thelastbohemians.co.uk patreon.com/thelastbohemians instagram.com/thelastbohemianspod twitter.com/thelastbohospod 

SportsBeat KC
SportsBeat KC podcast: With legal sports wagering in Kansas, what are some of our favorite bets?

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 35:24


Legal sports wagering has arrived in Kansas. Gov. Laura Kelly placed the first bet on Tuesday ($15 on the Chiefs to win the Super Bowl), and betting is happening through the state's four casinos, including Hollywood Casino in Kansas City, Kan., and online. On today's SportsBeat KC, columnist Sam McDowell and beat writer Kellis Robinett discuss what it means to have sports betting in the region, and even offer some of their favorite bets. Also, pay attention to college football games that match a team that has already played a game against one that hasn't. It matters. Story links: Sports betting in Kansas is the rage (hear that, Missouri?)... Check out our first bets College Football Betting Preview: Best bets, teams to trust against spread in Week 1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Game On: The Race to 2022
What's the deal with Kansas?

Game On: The Race to 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 31:14


Guest: Ashley All, Communications Director for Kansans for Constitutional Freedom - the organization that helped defeat the ballot measure removing abortion protections from Kansas' state Constitution. Previously, she's worked for Gov. Laura Kelly, and Senate candidate Barbara Bollier. Ashley joins the show to talk about Kansas' surprising results in last month's Constitutional Amendment ballot measure - and what it could mean for November.Keep up to date with us on Twitter: @TheGameOnPod

Rising
DeSantis Challenger REVEALED In Florida Democrat Charlie Crist, Nadler Takes Down Maloney In NY-12, Biden To Cancel Up To $20k STUDENT DEBT For Pell Grant Recipients, $10k For Others, And More: 8.24.22

Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 105:22


DeSantis challenger REVEALED in Florida Democrat Charlie Crist, Nadler takes down Maloney in NY-12  (0:00)Briahna Joy Gray: Student debt cancellation PANIC exposes hypocrisy on elites' Covid BAILOUTS (12:02) DeSantis-backed school board candidates CLEAN HOUSE in FL, vow to fight CRT & protect girls' sports  (33:25) Did Pfizer's Covid vaccine cause MASS MISCARRIAGES? Amber Athey DEBUNKS Naomi Wolf's viral claim (44:07)Fauci Repeats: 'I DON'T Regret Lockdowns' As Study Shows Childhood Diabetes SKYROCKETED During 2020 (52:00)ON THE GROUND Ukraine update: Laura Kelly speaks to Briahna & Robby from Kyiv (01:03:58)Hillary, Chelsea Clinton release CRINGE 'Gutsy' documentary: Briahna & Robby REACT (01:15:15)New: Biden to cancel up to $20k STUDENT DEBT for Pell Grant recipients, $10k for others (01:24:51)Paul Pelosi PLEADS GUILTY to DUI, will serve ONE DAY in jail (01:38:43)Where to tune in and follow: https://linktr.ee/risingthehill More about Rising: Rising is a weekday morning show from The Hill. It breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before, providing outside-of-the-beltway perspectives. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders and outsiders alike to provide coverage not provided on cable news. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers.

The Last Bohemians
S4 Ep7: Johanna Went: the cult performance art-punk on feminism, fake blood, embracing ageing and inspiring Lady Gaga

The Last Bohemians

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 34:43


Speak to anyone from the 1980s punk scene in Los Angeles and they'll tell you: Johanna Went is an underground legend. While the bands like Black Flag, Fear and X were thrashing out their three chords and the truth, Went would take to the stage at clubs like The Masque, Club Lingerie and Hong Kong Cafe and perform between the live shows. The crowd hadn't seen anything like it before. She wasn't a punk musician per se but the “hyena of performance art”, whose transgressive spectacles of New Wave theatre, experimental noise, elaborate and crude costumes, chaotic rituals, and gory props like pig heads and fake blood – lots of blood – built a cult following and predated Lady Gaga's meat dress and Peaches' raucous stage antics and costumes by decades. Johanna's shows were wild, depraved and often grotesque, boldly taking on themes like female pleasure and menstruation. Take her 1988 performance Passion Container, in which she pulled giant bloodied tampons out of a silk vagina and chucked them into the crowd – this was pre-riot grrrl and before L7's legendary tampon-flinging performance at Reading Festival in 1992.  Many aren't sure where Johanna Went went but The Last Bohemians: LA, supported by Audio-Technica, found her living a quieter life, in the beach town of Ventura, California. Across her garden table, she looks back at her transgressive work and talks about the magic of the 1980s punk scene, growing up an outsider, the beauty of performance art and why embracing ageing is the punkest move of all. CREDITS Presenter and Exec-Producer: Kate Hutchinson Editor: Georgie Rogers Additional production: Holly Fisher Mixing and mastering: Mariana Sousa Aguiar Photography: Kate Hutchinson With thanks to Sarah Cooper at the Getty, Alice Bag, Mara Carlyle and all at Erased Tapes. MUSIC Theme music: Pete Cunningham, Ned Pegler and Caradog Jones Piano Scapes 3  Written and performed by Qasim Naqvi Courtesy of Erased Tapes Angelus Novus Written by Saki Sugimoto Performed by Hatis Noit Courtesy of Erased Tapes Away With These Self-Loving Lads (Instrumental) - Mara Carlyle Pearl (Instrumental) - Mara Carlyle  Bowlface en Provence (Instrumental) - Mara Carlyle Bonding (Instrumental) - Mara Carlyle Nerveskade - Sickhead Apache Tomcat - Alright Rock N Roll FURTHER READING/LISTENING X-Trax Hyperallergic ArtForum Bandcamp ABOUT AUDIO-TECHNICA In 1962, with a vision of producing high-quality audio for everyone, Audio-Technica's founder Hideo Matsushita created the first truly affordable phono cartridge, the AT-1 in Shinjuku, Japan. Since then, Audio-Technica has grown into a world-renowned company devoted to Audio Excellence at every level, expanding the product range to include headphones, microphones and turntables. Audio-Technica's commitment to the user experience and their devotion to high quality design, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution has placed them at the forefront of the industry for the last 60 years. ABOUT THE LAST BOHEMIANS Journalist and broadcaster Kate Hutchinson launched The Last Bohemians in 2019, pairing the audio with stunning portraits by photographer Laura Kelly. It featured 86-year-old Molly Parkin's stories of self-pleasuring, LSD countess Amanda Feilding's trepanning tales and Pamela Des Barres' reflections on supergroupiedom. The series won silver for Best New Podcast at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and was a finalist at the 2021 Audio Production Awards. Season two featured folk legend Judy Collins; British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, dealing with the aftermath of losing her lover while celebrating 50 years in fashion; anarcho-punk innovator and illustrator Gee Vaucher; and the controversial witch at the heart of the 1970s occult boom, Maxine Sanders. In 2021, The Last Bohemians launched a lockdown special with performance artist Marina Abramović; it returned in 2022 with the UK's greatest living painter, Maggi Hambling, as well as Bowie's former best friend Dana Gillespie and theatre actor Cleo Sylvestre, and launched an LA series, supported by Audio-Tecnica, in summer. thelastbohemians.co.uk patreon.com/thelastbohemians instagram.com/thelastbohemianspod twitter.com/thelastbohospod 

The Last Bohemians
S4 Ep5: Lynn Castle: LA's first lady barber on Elvis, the LSD-soaked Sixties and her secret music career

The Last Bohemians

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 45:22


In the north of Los Angeles, in a neighbourhood called Glendale, an unassuming bungalow is home to one of the first women in Hollywood to cut men's hair. Today she goes by the glitziest of names, Madelynn von Ritz, but back in the 60s she was called Lynn Castle and hung out with key people of the era, lopping off Jim Morrison, the Byrds, Sonny Bono and Neil Young's locks. She was also a secret musician. But despite her childhood friends being musical svengalis like Phil Spector – who she once dated – as well as Jack Nietzcshe and Lee Hazlewood, it took her a while to reveal her talent. Eventually, however, she cut a number of intimate, melancholy demos in the hazy 60s with Hazlewood, who later famously teamed up with Nancy Sinatra and helped define the decade's psychedelic sound. Lynn is now 83 (going on 53!) and still writes music to this day, with a home studio tucked in the corner of her living room. Those old demos, meanwhile, were found by the label Light in the Attic and reissued as Rose Coloured Corner in 2017 – an album 50 years in the making – including her signature song, pop gem The Lady Barber.  In this episode of The Last Bohemians: LA, supported by Audio-Technica, Lynn discusses her 'friendship' with Elvis, her series of almost-famous moments with Bob Dylan and the Stones, her positive outlook and life, and unexpectedly digs out letters from an old flame... CREDITS Presenter/Exec-Producer: Kate Hutchinson Producer: Holly Fisher Photography: Lisa Jelliffe Theme music: Pete Cunningham, Ned Pegler and Caradog Jones With thanks to Light in the Attic Records. ABOUT AUDIO-TECHNICA In 1962, with a vision of producing high-quality audio for everyone, Audio-Technica's founder Hideo Matsushita created the first truly affordable phono cartridge, the AT-1 in Shinjuku, Japan. Since then, Audio-Technica has grown into a world-renowned company devoted to Audio Excellence at every level, expanding the product range to include headphones, microphones and turntables. Audio-Technica's commitment to the user experience and their devotion to high quality design, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution has placed them at the forefront of the industry for the last 60 years. ABOUT THE LAST BOHEMIANS Journalist and broadcaster Kate Hutchinson launched The Last Bohemians in 2019, pairing the audio with stunning portraits by photographer Laura Kelly. It stole hearts with 86-year-old Molly Parkin's stories of self-pleasuring, LSD countess Amanda Feilding's trepanning tales and Pamela Des Barres' reflections on supergroupiedom. It won silver for Best New Podcast at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and was a finalist at the 2021 Audio Production Awards. Series two featured folk legend Judy Collins; British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, dealing with the aftermath of losing her lover while celebrating 50 years in fashion; anarcho-punk innovator and illustrator Gee Vaucher; and the controversial witch at the heart of the 1970s occult boom, Maxine Sanders. In 2021, The Last Bohemians launched a lockdown special with performance artist Marina Abramović; it returned in 2022 with the UK's greatest living painter, Maggi Hambling, as well as Bowie's former best friend Dana Gillespie and theatre actor Cleo Sylvestre. thelastbohemians.co.uk patreon.com/thelastbohemians instagram.com/thelastbohemianspod twitter.com/thelastbohospod 

Law Moms Out Loud
A Conversation with Laura Kelly, the Joyful Attorney

Law Moms Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 64:07


Feeling overwhelmed, burnt-out, with anxiety or extreme fatigue? Everyday tasks can leave us feeling this way. The first thing to know is that this is COMPLETELY normal! Life can get complicated and exhausting, especially if you are a mom...BUT, there is a way for you to turn the page. Our guest Laura Kelley, immigration attorney and life coach that specializes in lifestyle and wellbeing joins the #LawMoms to discuss on how we can live our best mindful life. Leave the stress behind for an hour and join us in today's #LMOL talk.   Follow Us in our social media: FB: https://www.facebook.com/lawmomsoutloud FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1357172904735819 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lawmomsoutloud/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lawmomsoutloud LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannahhembreebell/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lincolngoldfinch Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdcC51LVvAWgxKGLU7khmeg

Charlotte's Web Thoughts
If Only Dorothy Had a Choice

Charlotte's Web Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 6:52


Dorothy Gale is an empathetic young girl who finds herself—and her little dog, too—targeted by the wealthy and harassed by law enforcement. Accused of murder, she goes on the lam and wounds up caring for men who have no heart, brains, or nerve. She is thrust into navigating dangerous circumstances beyond her control and only finds resolution when finally offered the choice to click her heels and go back to how things used to be.She's also 11. Did you know that? It doesn't seem quite right, but it's true. She carries the expectations of an adult, looks around 16 or 17 in the movie, seems intended to be perceived as 13 or 14, but she's literally 11. One of the most famous teenagers in American pop culture is actually a younger child being treated like an adult, and a story that revolves around enduring forced circumstances celebrates choice as the payoff. About 30 months ago, some middled-aged men in Kansas, none of whom have ever had a uterus, introduced a state constitutional amendment in the legislature establishing there is no right to an abortion. What followed was a rollercoaster of protesting and rejections and court jousting and procedural jockeying and, eventually, much later, passage of that resolution with a clear two-thirds majority, then to be put forward before the voters for ratification.Last night, ratification was on the ballot and the voters finally got to have a direct say on the question, and there's really no spinning their clear wish: abortion access should be protected.As of this morning, with 95 percent of precincts reporting, the anti-choice position was losing by more than 17 points. Did I mention this is Kansas? Kansas, where Trump won by 15% in 2020 and 20% in 2016?Kansas, where the only Democratic presidential candidate who has won in the past 80 years needed southern bona fides and the greatest political television ad of all-time to do it?Kansas, where the Republican Party holds supermajorities in both chambers of the state legislature?That Kansas.It's the same state that became a focal point of political commentary in 2004 and something of an avatar for the conservative movement, when Thomas Frank published his NYT-bestselling “What's the Matter with Kansas?”, an exasperating exercise that essentially said Democrats should focus less on things like abortion and LGBTQ rights and more on kitchen table issues, as though neither of those things aren't at the very heart of what families talk about around the kitchen table.Because perception is what drives narrative and Kansas is so easily situated in Americana, absolutely bursting with amber waves of grain, blood red in the nation's mind, it came as a shock last night when Kansas voters said: actually, we really care about having access to abortion care. The margin-of-victory is so overwhelming—and the ballot question so clear in language—that it easily hurdles any feeble attempts at spin. There is no way to reasonably argue the result. Kansas, a solidly Republican state, supports abortion access. That is now simply a hardcore truth any GOP strategist worth their salt is seriously reconciling this morning as the country enters the home stretch of the midterms.If access to abortion care is a winning issue in Kansas, it's a winning issue for the country. Democratic leaders—I pray, I hope, I beg—are witnessing this result and making the common sense decision to heavily campaign on abortion access.Because last night didn't happen by accident. It's easy for some to forget that the state has now had TWO strong Democratic women for governors in the past 20 years, including incumbent Laura Kelly, who won in 2018 on the strength of Republican voters disillusioned with party-nominee-slash-certified-clown Kris Kobach and young progressive field organizers who ferociously mobilized.Kelly won in 2018 because the outreach got done and she had a clear and compelling message to voters. Abortion access won last night because the outreach got done and organizers had a clear and compelling message to voters.This doesn't need to be complicated, and yet, some Democrats certainly find a way to put on their insufferable “game theory” hats and talk a lot about kitchen table conversations to which they've never actually listened.If they were to listen, as organizers clearly did, they would understand how horrifying it's been for voters in Kansas—and across the country—to hear stories about 10 year-old rape survivors traveling out-of-state for life-saving health care, lest they be forced to give birth.Those journeys don't end by waking up from a fever dream. They are all too real and the consequences all too terrible.Democrats need to have a united national message around abortion equity and make it absolutely clear that when it comes to seeking out life-saving health care, there's no place like home.Charlotte's Web Thoughts is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Hi, I'm Charlotte Clymer, and this is Charlotte's Web Thoughts, my Substack. It's completely free to access and read, but if you feel so moved to support my writing, please consider upgrading to a paid subscription: just $7/month or save money with the $70/annual sub. You can also go way above and beyond by becoming a Founding Member at $210. Get full access to Charlotte's Web Thoughts at charlotteclymer.substack.com/subscribe

The Last Bohemians
S4 Ep4: Betye Saar, Alison Saar and Maddy Leeser: an afternoon with an LA art dynasty

The Last Bohemians

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 45:38


Our LA series, supported by Audio-Technica, returns this week with a Last Bohemians first: in a very special episode, we speak to three generations of an American artistic dynasty up in the leafy hills of Laurel Canyon: the incredible Betye Saar, her daughter Alison Saar and and granddaughter Maddy Leeser. Betye Saar, 96 (she was 95 at the time of making this podcast), is a revered assemblage, collage and installation artist, known for her use of found objects, and was part of both the Black Arts and feminist art movements in 1960s and 70s California. Her best known works include 1969's Black Girl's Window, which incorporates elements of mysticism and brings to mind the current #BlackGirlMagic movement, and 1972's The Liberation of Aunt Jemima, a piece of art that confronted racist and cultural stereotypes. The latter was so revolutionary, said the Guardian, “that the activist and scholar Angela Davis credited it with launching the Black women's movement.” Betye is currently experiencing something of a renaissance, underlined by recent, pre-pandemic solo shows at MOMA in New York and its LA equivalent, LACMA. She still makes art every day. But, as Harper's Bazaar recently said, her proudest legacy is her family. We sit around the table and share tea and biscuits not only with Betye but with Alison Saar, 66, one of her three daughters, who started out by working with her father, Richard Saar, in his ceramics studio. A breathtaking sculptor whose work spans four decades, Alison's pieces often take the form of female figures. They explore different takes on African-African experiences, and the idea of history repeating, often made in response to events and themes like Hurricane Katrina and the AIDS crisis, the menopause and mythology. And we are also joined by Alison's daughter Maddy Inez Leeser, 28, who makes stunning ceramics inspired by the natural world. The phrase “generational magic” really jumps out during this conversation, as the three women discuss motherhood and creativity, making art out of the everyday, being a mixed race family and the importance of exploring their African-American heritage, and the life and career advice that has been passed down from generation to generation. It was such a privilege to join them one afternoon at Alison's house in LA. We hope you enjoy hearing their gorgeous slice of life among the birdsong and car beeps. CREDITS Presenter/Exec-Producer: Kate Hutchinson Producers: Sue Merlino and Holly Fisher Additional production: Will Horrocks Theme music: Pete Cunningham, Ned Pegler and Caradog Jones With thanks to: The Saar family, Emma Haru, Lisa Jann, Kimberly David, Lauren Graber and Julie at Roberts Projects LA, and Bobby Lee and Ali at Warm Music for generously donating us the track Walking With Trees. ABOUT AUDIO-TECHNICA In 1962, with a vision of producing high-quality audio for everyone, Audio-Technica's founder Hideo Matsushita created the first truly affordable phono cartridge, the AT-1 in Shinjuku, Japan. Since then, Audio-Technica has grown into a world-renowned company devoted to Audio Excellence at every level, expanding the product range to include headphones, microphones and turntables. Audio-Technica's commitment to the user experience and their devotion to high quality design, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution has placed them at the forefront of the industry for the last 60 years. ABOUT THE LAST BOHEMIANS Journalist and broadcaster Kate Hutchinson launched The Last Bohemians in 2019, pairing the audio with stunning portraits by photographer Laura Kelly. It stole hearts with 86-year-old Molly Parkin's stories of self-pleasuring, LSD countess Amanda Feilding's trepanning tales and Pamela Des Barres' reflections on supergroupiedom. It won silver for Best New Podcast at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and was a finalist at the 2021 Audio Production Awards. Series two featured folk legend Judy Collins; British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, dealing with the aftermath of losing her lover while celebrating 50 years in fashion; anarcho-punk innovator and illustrator Gee Vaucher; and the controversial witch at the heart of the 1970s occult boom, Maxine Sanders. In 2021, The Last Bohemians launched a lockdown special with performance artist Marina Abramović; it returned in 2022 with the UK's greatest living painter, Maggi Hambling, as well as Bowie's former best friend Dana Gillespie and theatre actor Cleo Sylvestre. thelastbohemians.co.uk patreon.com/thelastbohemians instagram.com/thelastbohemianspod twitter.com/thelastbohospod 

C-SPAN Radio - Washington Today
POTUS calls budget reconciliation deal 'godsend' for families

C-SPAN Radio - Washington Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 49:16


Dem & GOP reaction to health/climate/tax Budget Reconciliation proposal, GDP report shows economy shrank for 2nd consecutive quarter, veterans' health bill stalls in Senate. Interview with The Hill's Laura Kelly on Speaker Pelosi's possible trip to Taiwan (32). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Take as Directed
Dr. Marci Nielsen: “With COVID, Public Health Is in Front of Us”

Take as Directed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 39:07


Dr. Marci Nielsen, Vice President for Policy and Advocacy at Resolve to Save Lives, joins J. Stephen Morrison for episode 144. For an 18 month period beginning in the fall of 2020, Dr. Nielsen served as Chief Advisor for COVID-19 Coordination for Kansas Governor, Laura Kelly, where she led outreach efforts across the state to advance dialogue, access to data, and transparency. Regular public fora on schools – when to close or open, promotion of tests, vaccinations, masks – were a key tool to counter rising political tensions and disinformation. Over her career, the public health sector has “never been political” to this extent, fostering a significant “lack of understanding.” “Great hope” lies in strengthening communications, the determined commitment of public health and elected officials, and youth.

Kansas Reflector Podcast
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on her time in office and reelection campaign

Kansas Reflector Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 26:08


Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly is seeking a second term as the state's chief executive. The former state senator from Topeka is traveling the state to make her case for reelection. She joins Tim Carpenter on the Kansas Reflector podcast to discuss her work as governor the past four years and her approach to the fall campaign.

Star Wars 7x7 | Star Wars News, Interviews, and More!
Laura Kelly's SWCA 1-Question Interview | Episode 2,942

Star Wars 7x7 | Star Wars News, Interviews, and More!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 5:22


We're starting our final run of interviews from Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, kicking things off with Laura Kelly from Force Toast and The Jedi Way. Punch it! ***I'm listener supported! Join the community at http://Patreon.com/sw7x7 to get access to bonus episodes and other insider rewards.*** 

The Last Bohemians
S4 Ep1: Angelyne: the magic and mystery of LA's original billboard queen

The Last Bohemians

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 37:04


The Last Bohemians returns with a brand new series in Tinseltown, supported by Audio-Technica. From forgotten feminist artists to Sunset Strip sexpots and from punk performers to subversive style disruptors (and one Bond Girl!), these are maverick and radical women whose stories each say something different about the City of Angels. Recorded in spring 2022, host Kate Hutchinson decamped to Hollywood with producer Holly Fisher and photographer Lisa Jelliffe to find inspiration from cult figures, forgotten stars and cultural firebrands alike. Episode one kicks off with LA legend Angelyne, the blonde bombshell who rose to fame in the 1980s when billboards of the then-unknown pin-up started mysteriously appearing around the city (and about whom Peacock released a major biopic this year). Get to know the real Angelyne, one of the city's most recognisable cult figures, as Kate takes an eventful ride in her hot-pink Corvette and is schooled in the difference between mystery and mystique. She gets an introduction to image as business and hears how Angelyne laid the groundwork for the influencer generation of Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton and more. She even once ran against Arnie to be Governor of California. As the TV show aims to uncover Angelyne's true identity, we try to uncover what makes her tick. And what does she really want with LA? CREDITS Exec producer/host: Kate Hutchinson Producer: Holly Fisher Sound Design: Holly Fisher Photography: Lisa Jelliffe Theme music: Pete Cunningham, Ned Pegler and Caradog Jones With thanks to Scott. ABOUT AUDIO-TECHNICA In 1962, with a vision of producing high-quality audio for everyone, Audio-Technica's founder Hideo Matsushita created the first truly affordable phono cartridge, the AT-1 in Shinjuku, Japan. Since then, Audio-Technica has grown into a world-renowned company devoted to Audio Excellence at every level, expanding the product range to include headphones, microphones and turntables. Audio-Technica's commitment to the user experience and their devotion to high quality design, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution has placed them at the forefront of the industry for the last 60 years. ABOUT THE LAST BOHEMIANS Journalist and broadcaster Kate Hutchinson launched The Last Bohemians in 2019, pairing the audio with stunning portraits by photographer Laura Kelly. It stole hearts with 86-year-old Molly Parkin's stories of self-pleasuring, LSD countess Amanda Feilding's trepanning tales and Pamela Des Barres' reflections on supergroupiedom. It won silver for Best New Podcast at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and was a finalist at the 2021 Audio Production Awards.  Series two featured folk legend Judy Collins; British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, dealing with the aftermath of losing her lover while celebrating 50 years in fashion; anarcho-punk innovator and illustrator Gee Vaucher; and the controversial witch at the heart of the 1970s occult boom, Maxine Sanders. In 2021, The Last Bohemians launched a lockdown special with performance artist Marina Abramović; it returned in 2022 with the UK's greatest living painter, Maggi Hambling, as well as Bowie's former best friend Dana Gillespie and theatre actor Cleo Sylvestre. thelastbohemians.co.uk patreon.com/thelastbohemians Iinstagram.com/thelastbohemianspod twitter.com/thelastbohospod 

The Last Bohemians
S4 Ep2: Gloria Hendry: the Live and Let Die star on Bond, Playboy Bunnies and the blaxploitation era

The Last Bohemians

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 32:17


The Last Bohemians returns with a brand new series set in Tinseltown, supported by Audio-Technica. From forgotten feminist artists to Sunset Strip sexpots and from punk performers to subversive style disruptors (and one Californian arts dynasty!): these are some of the most maverick women in LA, whose stories each say something different about the city. Episode two is with 1970s Bond Girl, Gloria Hendry. She made film history when she snogged 007 in Live and Let Die, becoming Bond's first Black love interest. She took on edgy roles in what were known as blaxploitation films, like Black Caesar and Hell Up in Harlem. And before that, she became a Playboy Bunny in 1960s New York at the same time as training as a legal secretary, right when the Civil Rights Movement was bubbling up around her. She's a total trailblazer, whose life story takes us from a broken home in New Jersey to the glitzy casinos of New York, via a film audition with Roger Moore in New Orleans. She remembers filming Bond, her raunchy scenes from what she calls the “Black renaissance” in cinema, how her life unravelled and how California helped get her back on her feet, what the Playboy Club taught her about life, why she stays in shape and how she paved the way for Black women in film. If you want more, do check out her recent memoir, GLORIA, which is filled with incredible Playboy photographs of her from the 1970s and some abs to die for. Trigger warning: this episode contains themes of abuse and suicide towards the beginning. CREDITS Presenter/exec producer: Kate Hutchinson Editor: Georgie Rogers Recording and additional production: Holly Fisher Photography: Lisa Jelliffe Theme music: Pete Cunningham, Ned Pegler and Caradog Jones With thanks to Anders Frejdh, Dan Moss @ Colour It In, Mr & Mrs Smith. ABOUT AUDIO-TECHNICA In 1962, with a vision of producing high-quality audio for everyone, Audio-Technica's founder Hideo Matsushita created the first truly affordable phono cartridge, the AT-1 in Shinjuku, Japan. Since then, Audio-Technica has grown into a world-renowned company devoted to Audio Excellence at every level, expanding the product range to include headphones, microphones and turntables. Audio-Technica's commitment to the user experience and their devotion to high quality design, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution has placed them at the forefront of the industry for the last 60 years. ABOUT THE LAST BOHEMIANS Journalist and broadcaster Kate Hutchinson launched The Last Bohemians in 2019, pairing the audio with stunning portraits by photographer Laura Kelly. It stole hearts with 86-year-old Molly Parkin's stories of self-pleasuring, LSD countess Amanda Feilding's trepanning tales and Pamela Des Barres' reflections on supergroupiedom. It won silver for Best New Podcast at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and was a finalist at the 2021 Audio Production Awards.  Series two featured folk legend Judy Collins; British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, dealing with the aftermath of losing her lover while celebrating 50 years in fashion; anarcho-punk innovator and illustrator Gee Vaucher; and the controversial witch at the heart of the 1970s occult boom, Maxine Sanders. In 2021, The Last Bohemians launched a lockdown special with performance artist Marina Abramović; it returned in 2022 with the UK's greatest living painter, Maggi Hambling, as well as Bowie's former best friend Dana Gillespie and theatre actor Cleo Sylvestre. thelastbohemians.co.uk patreon.com/thelastbohemians instagram.com/thelastbohemianspod twitter.com/thelastbohospod 

The Last Bohemians
S4 Ep3: Linda Ramone: the NYC punk in LA on love triangles, legacies and keeping rock'n'roll alive

The Last Bohemians

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 30:50


The Last Bohemians returns with a brand new series set in Tinseltown, supported by Audio-Technica. From forgotten feminist artists to Sunset Strip sexpots and from punk performers to subversive style disruptors (and one Californian arts dynasty!): these are some of the most maverick women in LA, whose stories each say something different about the city. In episode two, Team TLB head up to the valley and to the incredible home of Linda Ramone, wife of the late Johnny Ramone – guitarist in one the greatest punk bands there ever was – and custodian of the Linda and Johnny Ramone Ranch, a paradise of countercultural curios, movie memorabilia and Elvis collectables. Over a morning aperitif, Linda talks about growing up with NYC punk, dating bandmates and younger men, what Lisa-Marie Presley thinks of her themed Elvis room, the importance of fandom, her musical obsessions, how she maintains rock'n'roll's legacy and the best way to silence your critics. CREDITS Presenter/exec producer: Kate Hutchinson Editor: Georgie Rogers Recording and additional production: Holly Fisher Additional production: Colour It In. Photography: Lisa Jelliffe Theme music: Pete Cunningham, Ned Pegler and Caradog Jones With thanks to Nancy Sinatra. ABOUT AUDIO-TECHNICA In 1962, with a vision of producing high-quality audio for everyone, Audio-Technica's founder Hideo Matsushita created the first truly affordable phono cartridge, the AT-1 in Shinjuku, Japan. Since then, Audio-Technica has grown into a world-renowned company devoted to Audio Excellence at every level, expanding the product range to include headphones, microphones and turntables. Audio-Technica's commitment to the user experience and their devotion to high quality design, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution has placed them at the forefront of the industry for the last 60 years. ABOUT THE LAST BOHEMIANS Journalist and broadcaster Kate Hutchinson launched The Last Bohemians in 2019, pairing the audio with stunning portraits by photographer Laura Kelly. It stole hearts with 86-year-old Molly Parkin's stories of self-pleasuring, LSD countess Amanda Feilding's trepanning tales and Pamela Des Barres' reflections on supergroupiedom. It won silver for Best New Podcast at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and was a finalist at the 2021 Audio Production Awards.  Series two featured folk legend Judy Collins; British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, dealing with the aftermath of losing her lover while celebrating 50 years in fashion; anarcho-punk innovator and illustrator Gee Vaucher; and the controversial witch at the heart of the 1970s occult boom, Maxine Sanders. In 2021, The Last Bohemians launched a lockdown special with performance artist Marina Abramović; it returned in 2022 with the UK's greatest living painter, Maggi Hambling, as well as Bowie's former best friend Dana Gillespie and theatre actor Cleo Sylvestre. thelastbohemians.co.uk patreon.com/thelastbohemians instagram.com/thelastbohemianspod twitter.com/thelastbohospod