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UnScripted: Authentic Leadership
Moving Into 2023 Unstuck, Putting Your Ambition In Check, The Challenge Of Embracing Change & More! Feat. John LeBrun & La'Fayette Lane

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 27:18


What's up unscripted family! In this episode John & La'Fayette discuss how we as leaders can get unstuck so we can move into 2023 successfully, putting our own ambition's in check, the challenge of embracing change and more! Hit That Download button and leave us a review so we can shout out your review on next week's episode!Support the showConnect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership Subscribe on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOsw Website - https://unscripted-leadership.com/ Join The Unscripted Squad - https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadership

Bordeauxfood
Justine Lebrun - Bartender à Hotel Zoologie

Bordeauxfood

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 10:33


Copyright : Bordeauxfood / 2022 Directeur de publication  : Thomas Galharague

Historias de Arte en Podcast
Elisabeth Vigée LeBrun, retratista de la reina Maria Antonieta

Historias de Arte en Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 25:27


Les presentamos una historia de aventuras donde la protagonista es una mujer excepcional: Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun. Además de ser una talentosa artista del siglo XVIII, ella fue una mujer independiente que acumuló fama y fortuna en un mundo de hombres, mantuvo a su familia desde que era adolescente y logró llegar al escalón más alto: ser retratista de la reina Maria Antonieta de Francia. Además, logró que el rey Luis XVI intercediera para que la admitieran en la Academia de Bellas Artes donde llego a ser una de las poquísimas mujeres. Al estallar la revolución logró escaparse de Paris disfrazada de campesina y pasó los siguientes 12 años viviendo y trabajando en distintos países, entre ellos Italia, Austria y hasta la lejana Rusia donde retrato a la familia de la zarina Catalina la Grande.Bienvenidos, disfruten este episodio y después déjennos saber sus comentarios a través de nuestra cuenta de Instagram.  BIBLIOGRAFIAhttp://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/lebrun/memoirs/memoirs.html https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/01.+paintings/38159https://joyofmuseums.com/museums/europe/france-museums/paris-museums/the-louvre/highlights-of-the-louvre/self-portrait-with-her-daughter-julie-by-louise-elisabeth-vigee-le-brun/https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/656452 https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/vgee/hd_vgee.htmhttps://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/656452https://www.metmuseum.org/blogs/teen-blog/2016/vigee-le-brun-passion-perseverence https://recollections.biz/blog/pannier-robe-a-la-francaise-and-robe-a-la-anglais-whats-what/Si te ha gustado este episodio, déjanos una estrella y un comentarios en apple podcast, si nos oyes en spotify marca la campanita y lo mas importante, recomiéndanos a un amigo.Las imágenes relacionadas con este y todos nuestros episodios las pueden encontrar en nuestra página web https://historiasdearte.com y en nuestras redes sociales:Instagram @historiasdearte.enpodcastFacebook Historias de Arte en Podcast Twitter @HistoriasdeArt1

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership
What's Your Price? feat. John LeBrun

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 10:46


Welcome to another week of "Off-Script!"  A mid-week episode that will  inspire, motivate and empower you in a matter of a few minutes!We all have a price to pay. You will either pay the price for success, or suffer the consequences of ultimate failure. In this episode, John shares the untold story of Sylvester Stallone making the movie Rocky. In the end, he gives you a choice. Will you choose to pay the price?Connect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership on all social media platformsHit that Subscribe button on Youtube -   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOswWebsite - https://unscripted-leadership.com/Join The Unscripted Squad -  https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadershipSupport the showConnect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadershipSupport the showConnect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership Subscribe on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOsw Website - https://unscripted-leadership.com/ Join The Unscripted Squad - https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadership

Musique matin
La Matinale avec Danièle Lebrun

Musique matin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 119:37


durée : 01:59:37 - Musique matin du lundi 28 novembre 2022 - par : Jean-Baptiste Urbain - Immense comédienne, pensionnaire de la Comédie française depuis 2011, Danièle Lebrun est actuellement à l'affiche de "La Reine des neiges, l'histoire oubliée", une adaptation théâtrale et musicale du conte d'Andersen à voir actuellement au théâtre du Vieux Colombier à Paris. - réalisé par : Yassine Bouzar

OverDrive
LeBrun on how Dubas navigates the Rielly injury, asking price for Chychrun & if change in coming in Vancouver

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 20:10


TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun joined the OverDrive guys earlier today and got into a number of things including how Kyle Dubas can navigate through the Rielly injury, the asking price for Jakob Chychrun & why he's expecting change at Vancouver at some point soon.

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership
How Successful People Defeat "Average" w/ John LeBrun

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 6:04


Welcome to another week of "Off-Script!"  A mid-week episode that will  inspire, motivate and empower you in a matter of a few minutes!After interviewing nearly 100 leaders, we have found 2 consistent traits that set them apart from the average person. In this episode, John dives into the 2 things that will separate YOU from average. It's time to slay "Average" and start living the life you always wanted.Connect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership on all social media platformsHit that Subscribe button on Youtube -   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOswWebsite - https://unscripted-leadership.com/Join The Unscripted Squad -  https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadershipSupport the showConnect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadershipSupport the showConnect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership Subscribe on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOsw Website - https://unscripted-leadership.com/ Join The Unscripted Squad - https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadership

HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
LOOKING TO SEA by Lily Le Brun, read by Jessica Whittaker - audiobook extract

HodderPod - Hodder books podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 4:58


Looking to Sea is an alternative history of Britain in the twentieth century, told through the prism of ten iconic artworks of the sea, one for each decade. 'We see nothing truly until we understand it.' John Constable An alternative history of Britain in the twentieth century, Looking to Sea is an exquisite work of cultural, artistic and philosophical history. From Vanessa Bell's Studland Beach, one of the first modernist paintings in Britain, to Paul Nash's work bearing the scars of his experience in the trenches and Martin Parr's photographs of seaside resorts in the 1980s that tackle ideas of class and deprivation, Looking to Sea embraces ideas from modernism and the sublime, the impact of the world wars and colonialism, to issues crucial to our world today like the environment and nationhood. Looking to Sea is an astonishingly perceptive portrait of the twentieth century. Art critic Lily Le Brun brings a fresh eye, acute observation and challenges the listener to find a new way to look at the history of our island nation.

Grandes ciclos
Grandes ciclos - C. Franck (XVIII): Abnegación, humildad y sacrificio - 01/11/22

Grandes ciclos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 59:54


FRANCK: Les Beatitudes, oratorio para solistas, coro y orquesta (selec.) (Sexta y Séptima Bienaventuranzas: Bienaventurados los pacíficos y Bienaventurados los que padecen percusión por la justicia) (33.29). L. Lebrun (sop.), J. Berbie (mez.), N. Stutzmann (con.), D. Rendall (ten.), P. Jeffes (ten.), M. Vanaud (bar.), F. Loup (baj.), D. Ottevaere (baj.), R. Tambyeff (órg.), Coro de Radio Francia, Nouvel Orchestre Philarmonique. Dir.: A. Jordan. Preludio, fuga y variación, Op. 18 (arr. para armonio y p.) (8.57). J. Verdin (armonio), J. Van Immerseel (p.). Escuchar audio

Grandes ciclos
Grandes ciclos - C. Franck (XVII): Insignificancia e inexistencia - 31/10/22

Grandes ciclos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 59:37


FRANCK: Les Beatitudes, oratorio para solistas, coro y orquesta (selec.) (Cuarta y Quinta Bienaventuranzas: Bienaventurados los misericordiosos y Bienaventurados los limpios de corazón) (27.04). L. Lebrun (sop.), J. Berbie (mez.), N. Stutzmann (con.), D. Rendall (ten.), P. Jeffes (ten.), M. Vanaud (bar.), F. Loup (baj.), D. Ottevaere (baj.), R. Tambyeff (órg.), Coro de Radio Francia, Nouvel Orchestre Philarmonique. Dir.: A. Jordan. Panis angelicus (arr. para sop. y orq.) (3.46). J. Norman (sop.), Orq. Royal Philarmonic de Londres. Dir.: A. Gibson. Danse lente (2.39). J. Van Immerseel (p.). Gran Coro en Re mayor (1.01). Ofertorio en Fa menor (6.02). J. Verdin (órg.)Escuchar audio

Fitzcarraldo
Fitzcarraldo #64: Vortex - Gaspar Noe

Fitzcarraldo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 72:37


En Fitzcarraldo 64 comentaremos “Vortex” la última de Gaspar Noe, que admonitoriamente viene dedicada "A todos aquellos cuyos cerebros se descomponen antes que sus corazones" ,una película sobre la vejez, la enfermedad, la muerte y la asunción de la perdida. Todo expuesto sin temor ni pudor. Centrada en los últimos días de una pareja de octogenarios, encarnados por unos extraordinarios Dario Argento y Françoise Lebrun. Además, os hablaremos de Halloween y compartiremos una nueva entrega de nuestras aventuras semanales, acompañadas nuestra habitual selección musical.

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

493. We talk to Tia LeBrun, a Democratic candidate for the Third Congressional District. Tia LeBrun was born and raised in Terrebonne Parish as a member of the United Houma Nation. Being the daughter of three generations of working-class service-industry workers, Tia imagined herself working in the same industry as a child. However, she became an educator because her teachers instilled in her the desire to inspire the next generation of Louisianans. This week in Louisiana history. October 29, 1948. Birthday of journalist Bryant Gumbel, formerly of the Today show on NBC. This week in New Orleans history. Governor David Conner "Dave" Treen Sr. died at East Jefferson Hospital in Metairie on October 29, 2009.  He was the first Republican Governor of Louisiana since Reconstruction and the first Republican in modern times to have served in the U.S. House of Representatives representing Louisiana. This week in Louisiana. Halloween in New Orleans Second only to Mardi Gras for its dazzling display of fun and finery, Halloween in New Orleans draws thousands to the Quarter for devilish fun while vampires, zombies, ghosts, goblins and everything else parade up and down Frenchmen Street displaying the city's legendary wit and creativity in their carefully crafted costumes. All Hallow's Eve in New Orleans is an experience to remember for both the living – and undead.     Start your Halloween adventure with one of the many haunted tours through the French Quarter or some other spooky part of the city. And then, of course, there are the world-famous cemeteries where the dearly departed are buried in tombs above ground. Hundreds of stories abound in which the ghosts of these “Cities of the Dead” make their presence known.      While prowling around the French Quarter there are a number of Voodoo shops to learn a little more about the history behind these centuries-old spiritual practices. The spirit of Marie Laveau, the High Priestess of 19th century New Orleans, can still be felt in the vibes that surround you in some of these shops. You might even learn a few spells and mystical incantations. Many of the shops have special Halloween events.      Also, Voodoo Music + Arts Experience takes place every October. Head to City Park to enjoy food, drinks, carnival rides and a stellar lineup. The crowd will be in costume and the Halloween spirit will be evident! Postcards from Louisiana. Dr. Quin G. "Pennies from Heaven."Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook. 

Real Talk
October 26, 2022 - Another Interest Rate Hike: Todd Hirsch; Emergencies Act Inquiry: Luke LeBrun

Real Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 70:29


6:50 | For the sixth time this year, Canada's central bank has raised interest rates. Aside from the obvious, what does this mean for the average Canadian? How close are we to getting back on track, with inflation under control? What might the next year look like? Economist Todd Hirsch takes us into the most important details. Plus, Todd talks provincial politics, including a report he's preparing for Rachel Notley, and his thoughts on the first few weeks under Premier Danielle Smith. CONTACT TODD: https://toddhirsch.com/ 36:27 | The Emergencies Act inquiry's been going for a couple weeks now. What have we learned about the Ottawa occupation, and how it was policed? How did the situation get so out of control? PressProgress editor Luke LeBrun's been covering the proceedings in depth. He lays out the key learnings to this point, and explains why they matter. READ LUKE'S REPORTING: https://pressprogress.ca/ottawa-police-intelligence-unit-relied-on-dubious-and-politically-biased-information-about-convoy/ 51:56 | Jasper is honouring Canada's veterans with the annual Jasper Veterans Appreciation Event from November 4-13. This week's edition of #MyJasper Memories highlights some of the upcoming moments you won't want to miss, including ceremonies to mark National Indigenous Veterans Day and the Women Veterans Appreciation Event.  CHECK OUT FURTHER DETAILS AND DEALS: https://www.jaspervetfest.com/ 54:56 | How do you feel about fireworks? Are they a nuisance? Are they a must-have at the biggest events? Ryan and John debate the future of fireworks, fighter jet fly-overs, and more prompted by a recent experience at a football game. SEND US YOUR THOUGHTS: talk@ryanjespersen.com  WEBSITE: https://ryanjespersen.com/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RealTalkRJ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/RealTalkRJ/ TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@realtalkrj PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/ryanjespersen The views and opinions expressed in this show are those of the host and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Relay Communications Group Inc. or any affiliates.

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership
5 Steps to Deeper Connections w/ John LeBrun

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 11:57


Welcome to another week of "Off-Script!"  A mid-week episode that will  inspire, motivate and empower you in a matter of a few minutes!How much better would your life be if you had deeper connections with your closest relationships? What if you connected with your husband, wife, and children at an all-time high. In today's episode, John dives deep into how you can apply 5 techniques to take your relationships to the next level.Connect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership on all social media platformsHit that Subscribe button on Youtube -   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOswWebsite - https://unscripted-leadership.com/Join The Unscripted Squad -  https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadershipSupport the showConnect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadershipSubscribe on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOswWebsite - https://unscripted-leadership.com/Join The Unscripted Squad - https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadershipSupport the showConnect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership Subscribe on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOsw Website - https://unscripted-leadership.com/ Join The Unscripted Squad - https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadership

Au cœur de l'histoire
La peintre Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun "est une femme des Lumières"

Au cœur de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 13:43


INTERVIEW - Virginie Girod reçoit Cécile Berly, historienne spécialiste du XVIIIe siècle, auteure notamment de "La légèreté et le grave : une histoire du XVIIIe siècle en tableaux" (Editions Passés Composés), pour s'intéresser à Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun, "l'un des plus grands génies de la peinture" de son époque. Installée à Versailles, proche de la Reine, Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun a réalisé de très nombreux autoportraits avec sa fille Julie, évoquant la maternité, "un sujet assez novateur parce qu'il n'est pas religieux, parce qu'il n'est pas biblique". Pourquoi ses peintures de Marie-Antoinette ont-elles également créé "une révolution avant la Révolution" ? Et en quoi l'artiste agit-elle "en femme des Lumières même si elle est royaliste et ultra-conservatrice" ?Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun - Versailles - Marie-Antoinette - Révolution - 1789 - peinture "Au cœur de l'histoire" est un podcast Europe 1 Studio.Ecriture et présentation : Virginie Girod - Production : Adèle Humbert - Direction artistique : Adèle Humbert et Julien Tharaud - Réalisation : Clément Ibrahim - Musique originale : Julien Tharaud - Musiques additionnelles : Julien Tharaud et Sébastien Guidis - Communication : Kelly Decroix - Diffusion et rédaction : Eloise Bertil - Visuel : Sidonie Mangin

Au cœur de l'histoire
Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun, les couleurs de l'émancipation (partie 2)

Au cœur de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 16:58


Ecoutez l'histoire d'Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun racontée par l'historienne Virginie Girod, dans la suite de son récit inédit en deux épisodes. Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun s'est fait connaître dès l'âge de 14 ans comme une portraitiste de talent, au point de travailler pour Marie-Antoinette à la fois à Versailles. Mais peindre la Reine n'est pas sans danger et la présentation en 1786 d'un tableau montrant la souveraine en robe d'intérieur, en mousseline, provoque un vif scandale ! Malgré les critiques, la Reine lui maintient sa confiance. Mais déjà la Révolution se prépare… Dans cet épisode du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" produit par Europe 1 Studio, Virginie Girod poursuit son récit sur la destinée d'Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun, qui en tant que portraitiste de la Reine va vivre des années mouvementées à partir de 1789. Retrouvez Virginie Girod dans Madame Figaro  en kiosques le 14 octobre avec un récit inédit.  https://madame.lefigaro.fr/ "Au cœur de l'histoire" est un podcast Europe 1 Studio. Ecriture et présentation : Virginie Girod - Production : Adèle Humbert - Direction artistique : Adèle Humbert et Julien Tharaud - Réalisation : Clément Ibrahim - Musique originale : Julien Tharaud - Musiques additionnelles : Julien Tharaud et Sébastien Guidis - Communication : Kelly Decroix - Diffusion et rédaction : Eloise Bertil - Visuel : Sidonie Mangin

Au cœur de l'histoire
Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun, les couleurs de l'émancipation (partie 1)

Au cœur de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 14:28


Ecoutez l'histoire d'Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun racontée par l'historienne Virginie Girod, dans un récit inédit en deux épisodes. Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun est considérée comme la plus grande portraitiste du XVIIIe siècle. Son talent a fait d'elle la coqueluche de Paris et une intime de la reine Marie-Antoinette qu'elle a peinte à de nombreuses reprises, à Versailles. Mais la Révolution va la mettre en danger et l'obliger à quitter la France. Dans cet épisode du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" produit par Europe 1 Studio, Virginie Girod remonte au début de l'histoire d'Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun, une peintre qui dès son enfance a côtoyé de très nombreux artistes.Retrouvez Virginie Girod dans Madame Figaro  en kiosques le 14 octobre avec un récit inédit.  https://madame.lefigaro.fr/ "Au cœur de l'histoire" est un podcast Europe 1 Studio. Ecriture et présentation : Virginie Girod - Production : Adèle Humbert - Direction artistique : Adèle Humbert et Julien Tharaud - Réalisation : Clément Ibrahim - Musique originale : Julien Tharaud - Musiques additionnelles : Julien Tharaud et Sébastien Guidis - Communication : Kelly Decroix - Diffusion et rédaction : Eloise Bertil - Visuel : Sidonie Mangin

Au cœur de l'histoire
Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun, les couleurs de l'émancipation à Versailles (partie 1)

Au cœur de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 14:28


Ecoutez l'histoire d'Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun racontée par l'historienne Virginie Girod.Retrouvez Virginie Girod dans Madame Figaro  en kiosques le 14 octobre avec un récit inédit.  https://madame.lefigaro.fr/ "Au cœur de l'histoire" est un podcast Europe 1 Studio. Ecriture et présentation : Virginie Girod - Production : Adèle Humbert - Direction artistique : Adèle Humbert et Julien Tharaud - Réalisation : Clément Ibrahim - Musique originale : Julien Tharaud - Musiques additionnelles : Julien Tharaud et Sébastien Guidis - Communication : Kelly Decroix - Diffusion et rédaction : Eloise Bertil - Visuel : Sidonie Mangin

Redefining Success
41 - Reinventing Yourself with Franchise Consulting Company's Rich LeBrun

Redefining Success

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 34:16


Your host, Eric Dunavant, talks with Rich LeBrun, founder and CEO of Franchising Consulting Company. The FCC is there to give the best, highest quality advice possible. With a four step plan they will help you achieve your financial goal. If you want to learn more about Rich's work, visit, https://www.thefranchiseconsultingcompany.com/ (https://www.thefranchiseconsultingcompany.com/) If you'd like to be a guest on Redefining success: The Kingdom Builders Spotlight, click https://go.ericldunavant.com/podcast-guest (HERE)

Grandes ciclos
Grandes ciclos - C. Franck (V): Stradella (I): Falta de tiempo - 10/10/22

Grandes ciclos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 59:55


FRANCK: Stradella, Ópera en 3 Actos (selec.) (Obertura, Acto I) (30.16). I. Kabatu (sop.), M. Laho (ten.), W. Van Mechelen (baj.-bar.), P. Rouillon (bar.), X. Rouillon (ten.), G. Iovino (ten.), Coro y Orq. de la Ópera Real de Valonia. Dir.: P. Arrivabeni. Preludio, fuga y variación, Op. 18 (8.52). E. Lebrun (órg.). GOUNOD: Le calme (nº 4, 6 Romanzas sin palabras) (3.57). R. Prosseda (p.).Escuchar audio

Grandes ciclos
Grandes ciclos - C. Franck (IV): Una oración de serenidad conmovedora - 07/10/22

Grandes ciclos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 59:07


FRANCK: 3 Corales para órgano (37.12). E. Lebrun (órg.). WIDOR: Suite Florentine (selec.) (Cantilena, Tragica) (6.19). T. Roorda (fl.), A. Soccorsi (p.). Escuchar audio

Bass University Live
Fishing Mechanics with Nick Lebrun 2 Time MLF Champion

Bass University Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 59:03


Mechanics are one of the most overlooked factors in competitive bass fishing and we are not talking about how to pop the cowling. The fundamentals of casting, retrieving and setting the hook often go overlooked in the sport of bass fishing. Nick pays close attention to these things in order to put a few extra fish in the boat.

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership
Are You Playing to Win or Simply Not Lose? feat. John LeBrun

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 7:32


Welcome to another week of "Off-Script!"  A mid-week episode that will  inspire, motivate and empower you in a matter of a few minutes!Are you playing to win or not lose? We often find ourselves in motion, but not in progress. Could it be because you are playing it too safe? Playing it safe only guarantees that you will not win, it does not guarantee that you will not lose. Listen up and tune-in to understand why you should be playing to win instead of playing to not lose.Connect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership on all social media platformsHit that Subscribe button on Youtube -   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOswWebsite - https://unscripted-leadership.com/Join The Unscripted Squad -  https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadershipSupport the show

OverDrive
LeBrun on whether Marner could play D, Sandin signing his contract & how Juraj Slafkovský looks in Habs camp

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 15:22


TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun joined the OverDrive guys earlier today and got into a number of things including what Sheldon Keefe was saying about Mitch Marner potentially playing on defence, Rasmus Sandin reporting to the Leafs & what he makes of the play of the 1st overall pick Juraj Slafkovský

Leafs Lunch
LeBrun on Dubas' future, the Groundhog Day vibe at Leafs camp and if Tavares-Nylander duo sticks

Leafs Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 20:22


TSN hockey insider Pierre LeBrun joins Leafs Lunch to share his takeaways from Leafs media day, why he was impressed by Kyle Dubas, how much playoff success will factor into Auston Matthews signing an extension with the Leafs and the latest on Rasmus Sandin.

Thrive Radio | Entrepreneurship | Entrepreneur Advice
How To Improve Employee Well Being with Christina Kasiraja-Lebrun

Thrive Radio | Entrepreneurship | Entrepreneur Advice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 26:02


Christina Kasiraja-Lebrun is a talent Management Professional & Mental Wellness Coach Who Is Exceedingly Passionate About Corporate Employee Wellbeing. In this podcast you will learn: - How to create supportive environments so that teams feel safe to express their ideas - Is work-life balance possible and how do we approach it now - How to harness self-care and nutrition for better workplace performance - How employers can become more competitive to get top talent Connect with Christina here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christinakasiraja-lebrun/

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership
Secret to Staying Sharp w/ John LeBrun

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 9:25


Welcome to another week of "Off-Script!"  A mid-week episode that will  inspire, motivate and empower you in a matter of a few minutes!Are you constantly hustling, only to find yourself right back at the starting line? Do you feel like you keep hitting a wall? I feel ya! In this episode, John LeBrun breaks down his 3 secrets to staying sharp and productive in a world that promotes "hustle culture". You can be successful WHILE protecting your health and relationships.Connect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership on all social media platformsHit that Subscribe button on Youtube -   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOswWebsite - https://unscripted-leadership.com/Join The Unscripted Squad -  https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadershipSupport the show

Les Grosses Têtes
LE LIVRE DU JOUR - "Fantaisies guérillières" de Guillaume Lebrun

Les Grosses Têtes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 7:50


Découvrez le livre du jour des Grosses Têtes. Découvrez la page Facebook Officielle des "Grosses Têtes" : https://www.facebook.com/lesgrossestetesrtl/ Retrouvez vos "Grosses Têtes" sur Instagram : https://bit.ly/2hSBiAo Découvrez le compte Twitter Officiel des "Grosses Têtes" : https://bit.ly/2PXSkkz Toutes les vidéos des "Grosses Têtes" sont sur YouTube : https://bit.ly/2DdUyGg

Valley Church Idaho Podcast

Special Speaker Rick Lebrun

Unusual Profits Podcast
Linda Lebrun, Writer Recruitment at Substack - Online content masterclass - The Michael Girdley Show Episode 47

Unusual Profits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 64:13


Michael Girdley (@Girdley) is joined by Linda Lebrun (@Substacklinda) to talk about her work at Substack: Focusing on emerging creators in the finance space. We also go about free and paid newsletters that are sent by email, who makes money doing what, advantages and disadvantages & compare these as a consumption tool to other platforms like YouTube and TikTok. Linda provided a lot of excellent suggestions about being unconventional in your content creation and how it may benefit you in your day-to-day activities.-----Do you love The Michael Girdley Show and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel.Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show!Follow us on Twitter @GirdleyShow Find success in small business investing and entrepreneurship.-----Show Notes:(0:00) - Intro(1:08) - Our sponsor is DMBridge(2:10) - Linda, Substack & her journey so far(4:50) - Long-form content: Is it better to narrow down a niche or not?(7:00) - What are Power laws for content creators?(10:45) - What advice do you have for starters?(14:48) - How do the platforms work for them and how go around it?(20:00) - How is Substack part of a protocol and not a platform?(21:37) - What are the problems of not owning the audience? (30:20) - Information Diets: How to understand content consumption?(36:10) - Traditional media vs content creator dynamics: The fundamental differences(47:20) - Tactic-based advice: Does it work?(52:45) - What's the difference between Substack's comment section compared to other platforms?(54:15) - What are the trends for content platforms in the future?-----Links:https://substack.com/investing-and-business-----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#38 Jesse Pujji of Gateway X - The CEO job is in constant evolution#37 Eric Jorgenson - GP of Rolling Fun - Information Dealer Extraordinaire#31 I wish I had learned 10 years ago about Pricing Power - Jay Vas shares his clear thinking in this one#24 The recruiter of choice: How JobMobz helps Silicon Valley companies grow so quickly#13 The Hard Money Lending Business - Matthew Weidert of Longleaf Lending

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership
Show Up! feat. John LeBrun

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 10:17


Welcome to another week of "Off-Script!"  A mid-week episode that will  inspire, motivate and empower you in a matter of a few minutes!How good are you at showing up? What good are your amazing talents and abilities, if you are unable to show up consistenty? In this episode, John LeBrun emphasizes the importance for you to show up and show out. Do you show up when it's inconvenient or uncomfortable?Connect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership on all social media platformsHit that Subscribe button on Youtube -   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOswWebsite - https://unscripted-leadership.com/Join The Unscripted Squad -  https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadershipSupport the show

Nonprofit Architect  Podcast
How Curiosity Leads to Massive Donations with Corinne Lebrun

Nonprofit Architect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 30:45


You're in the wrong group of people if you're not congratulating each other on your victories or if you don't think yours will be. We are all on a time crunch. Get in touch with those who can help you. Your nonprofit can start concentrating on raising awareness of unspoken social agreements in order to stimulate creative thinking.Remarkable Quotes:Corinne: The first goal is to Figure out a way to get your base staff paid so they can fully focus on the mission and vision. Travis: Knowledge is potential power because it doesn't mean anything unless it's put into practice.Corinne: Everybody is creative and it's a habit to keep it upCorinne: I think having the right people around you, first of all, is important to reflect on having this circle of friends who can reflect on who you are. Then you can be yourself.Highlights:{01:47} How Corinne got into the nonprofit world{09:40} How non-profits would change if they used the Corinne method{17:33} What is Corinne doing with her time{23:18} How holding back and building boundaries can affect your nonprofitCorinne Lebrun bio: Corinne is an author, scholar, educator, and business consultant. She is fascinated by the true human potential and mind-body science. Her academic studies focus on social psychology and how to become more aware of unconscious social agreements in order to inspire innovative thinking. She also studies how meditation can be used as a tool to become aware of unconscious cognitive constructs and bias, leading to greater human connection. She applies these themes in her work with organizations and individuals to inspire creativity and innovation. Corinne is working on her Ph.D. in Psychology at Walden University and is the author of A Handbook for Badass Spiritual Warriors.Connect with Corinne: https://www.livecreatively.loveNonprofit Architect Podcast LinksMore Episodeshttp://nonprofitarchitect.org/blog Ultimate Podcast Guidehttps://nonprofitarchitect.org/ultimate-podcast-guide/ Ultimate Podcast Course fully WASC accreditedhttps://envisageconnect.com/education-training/partner-products/synergy-learning-institute/ Subscribe and Leave a Reviewhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nonprofit-architect-podcast/id1481292481 Get Fully Funded by Sharing the Credithttps://mpro.sharingthecredit.com/appointly/appointments_public/form/DBF73E8A-7D93-438E-B42C-6683022EE380

Nonprofit Architect  Podcast
Corinne Lebrun: Preview

Nonprofit Architect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 2:58


You're in the wrong group of people if you're not congratulating each other on your victories or if you don't think yours will be. We are all on a time crunch. Get in touch with those who can help you. Your nonprofit can start concentrating on raising awareness of unspoken social agreements in order to stimulate creative thinking. (You can catch the whole episode on August 9th)

De película - RNE
De película - En De película nos convertimos en los Héroes de Barrio Y luchamos junto a la Liga de Supermascotas - 23/07/22

De película - RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 114:08


Este último fin de semana de julio, llegan a la cartelera dos estrenos para disfrutar del cine en familia: Uno de ellos el segundo largometraje de la cineasta gaditana, Ángeles Reiné, una comedia con el fútbol femenino como telón de fondo, que habla de valores como la amistad o la superación. Con su directora y con Luna Fulgencio, protagonista de esta historia junto a Antonio Pagudo, charlamos este viernes en De película. El otro estreno es Dc Liga de Supermascotas, una cita con algunos de los superhéroes como son Superman, Batman Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash o Linterna Verde. De Película ha estado en la premier y le hemos preguntado a un grupo de niños y niñas qué les ha parecido DC Liga de supermascotas. No os perdáis lo que nos cuentan porque son unos críticos muy especiales. Otro de los nombres importantes que tenemos en el programa es el director franco argentino Gaspar Noé, quien nos habla del estreno de su séptimo largometraje, Vortex, protagonizada por Darío Argento y la actriz Françoise Lebrun, un doloroso drama sobre el ocaso de una pareja de ancianos, ella con demencia y él con una complicada condición coronaria. Repasamos otros estrenos que llegan a la cartelera entre ellos, el nuevo largometraje de John Michael McDonagh, con Jessica Chastain y Ralph Fiennes, un drama con tintes de thriller que adapta la novela homónima de Lawrence Osborne. Los perdonados. Otra de las cintas en la que nos detenemos es lo último del cineasta palestino Hany Abu-Assad, un thriller de espionaje inspirado en hechos reales, aunque con personajes ficticios, La traición de Huda. Todo esto además del resto de la cartelera, La vida alegre con el colaborador de siempre, Luis Alegre Pedro Calvo llegará con las mejores series, Ana Vega Toscano celebra un aniversario muy especial, los 75 años de Arnold Schwarzenegger, tendremos las secciones habituales y su participación. Escuchar audio

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership
Ego-Free Leadership Feat. John Lebrun

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 6:42


Welcome to another week of "Off-Script!"  A mid-week episode that will  inspire, motivate and empower you in a matter of a few minutes!Our ego can either help us to the top of the mountain or cause us to come crashing down. It is a powerful, yet invisible force that tends to drive many of our decisions. In this episode, we will dive into your ego and ask a few questions to identify if you have kept your ego in check. Are you an ego free leader?Connect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership on all social media platformsHit that Subscribe button on Youtube -   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOswWebsite - https://unscripted-leadership.com/Join The Unscripted Squad -  https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadershipSupport the show

Catholic News
July 27, 2022

Catholic News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 3:16


A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Pope Francis concluded his second full day in Canada with a visit to Lac Ste. Anne, the site of one of Canada's most famous Catholic pilgrimages and a place of spiritual significance for the nation's indigenous people. The pope celebrated a Liturgy of the Word at the Shrine of Ste. Anne, with a crowd of mostly indigenous people in attendance, estimated at around 10,000. The large, shallow, and muddy lake — about an hour's drive from Edmonton — has been revered as a place of spiritual significance, and of healing, for centuries. Known as Wakamne, “Lake of God,” by the Nakota Sioux and “Lake of the Spirit” by the Cree people, it received the name “Lac Ste. Anne” from Father Jean-Baptiste Thibault, the first priest to establish a permanent Catholic mission in Alberta, in 1842. Before the liturgy, making the Sign of the Cross towards the four cardinal points — according to indigenous custom — the pope blessed a bowl of the lake's water, which was brought up to a small wooden structure, shaped like a teepee, overlooking the lake. The pope, after spending a moment in prayer sitting at the water's edge in his wheelchair, later sprinkled the crowds with the blessed water. Commenting on the lake's reputation for its healing waters, the pope called on Christ's healing power. Preaching at a Mass celebrated in Canada's largest stadium earlier that day, Pope Francis reflected on the elderly, who he said should be honored, and who serve as an example to the Church on how to pass on faith in a loving way. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/251882/pope-francis-preaches-before-50000-at-largest-stadium-in-canada Six years after Father Jacques Hamel was murdered by knife-wielding terrorists while celebrating Mass at his parish church in northern France, locals gathered to commemorate his life and to pray. Three nuns and several parishioners were present when the attack took place. One elderly parishioner was severely hurt when the attackers tried to take him hostage. The two attackers, both 19 years old, were killed by police as they exited the church. Hamel's death shocked France and much of the world. Pope Francis offered a Mass for the priest shortly after the attack, calling Hamel a martyr. The latest commemorations come months after a French court convicted four people for crimes relating to the attack. The Rouen archdiocese began a preliminary inquiry into Hamel's sainthood cause in 2016 after Pope Francis waived the traditional five-year waiting period. Lebrun announced the formal opening of the priest's cause on April 13, 2017. During the diocesan phase of the investigation, archivists transcribed 600 homilies preached by Hamel. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/251883/six-years-after-grisly-murder-france-remembers-father-jacques-hamel Today, the Church celebrates Saint Panteleon, the patron saint of bachelors and physicians. He was the physician for emperor Maximinianus. At one point in his life he had abandoned his faith, but he eventually returned to the Church, and gave his fortune to the poor, providing them medical treatment without charge. Some of his cures were accomplished by prayer. He was later tortured and martyred for his faith. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-panteleon-548

Flicks with The Film Snob

A spellbinding portrait of an elderly couple in crisis, the wife suffering from dementia, the husband unable to cope, in a film composed entirely in split screen. I felt many strong emotions while watching Vortex, the new film by Gaspar Noé, an Argentine director who lives and works in Paris. As far as what the movie is about, it seems fairly straightforward. An elderly married couple in Paris experiences increasing challenges. The husband is a film scholar with some health issues. The wife is a retired psychiatrist who is sliding into dementia. They have an adult son with his own troubles who doesn't know how to help his father deal with the deteriorating situation. The story sounds very similar to Amour, the Michael Haneke film from 2012, and the way it sometimes highlights how scary dementia can be for the person suffering from it, brings to mind The Father with Anthony Hopkins, directed by Florian Zeller, which was more recent. Those were both great films. But the resemblances are actually kind of superficial. Noé has crafted a formal structure that makes Vortex unique. Almost the entire film is presented in split screen: two motion pictures side by side with borders, like window frames. For a good deal of the time, the husband is on one side, the wife on the other. She wakes up first and starts puttering around the house. Eventually he gets out of bed and goes about the normal business of his day. At first it might seem difficult to follow two images at once—the eye moves from one to the other to try to catch everything. Eventually one gets used to the technique. The man seems relatively lucid and talkative, calling people on the phone about a book he's writing, and so forth. The woman goes out of the apartment and wanders into a couple of shops, and we notice that she becomes more and more tentative, looking lost and puzzled. The split screen encourages us to value both subjective points of view equally, rather than favor one over the other, and I think that's perhaps the most important reason the director chose to do this. The husband's words and behavior are understandable, but we also identify with the wife's fear and bewilderment, such is the incredible performance by Françoise Lebrun as this old woman struggling to find words to express her catastrophic loss of memory in which everything seems strange and somehow wrong. The husband, by the way, is played by the famous horror director Dario Argento. Later, Noé introduces variations in the form. Husband and wife are sometimes in the same room—we still have a split screen where we see them from different angles. When their son comes to help them a little, and brings along his little boy, he replaces one of the points of view in the split screen, or the three of them are together in two different angles. And there are further permutations. The director sticks to this device to both divide and broaden our attention. I suppose any film featuring dementia as a major element might end up being about a lot more. Vortex is thought-provoking in the best sense. We're forced to confront the nature of memory and its relationship to identity, and the fact of mortality, which we so often avoid. In the end, it's not the style or the artfulness that matters here, it's the unsparing honesty. We see how even the most loving among us are so involved in ourselves that we can't fully listen to one another, and we see that gap also in the eyes of the mother looking for some unknown key to explain her distress. The truth is always more compassionate than anything comforting we try to say. Vortex has that kind of compassion.

Les Nuits de France Culture
Bonnes nouvelles, grands comédiens - Danièle Lebrun dit un texte de Dominique Vivant Denon : Point de lendemain (1ère diffusion : 09/04/1983)

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 40:00


durée : 00:40:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - Par Patrice Galbeau - Réalisation Anne Lemaitre

Point of Discovery
Neutralizing Crazy Ants

Point of Discovery

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 15:35


LeBrun studies invasive species at the University of Texas at Austin's Brackenridge Field Laboratory.Watch a related video from UT News: Defending Texas from the Next InvasionOur theme music was composed by Charlie HarperOther music for today's show was produced by: Podington Bear

OverDrive
LeBrun on Maple Leafs' backup goaltending options, Talbot trade to Senators and Malkin's future

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 19:24


TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun joins OverDrive ahead of Free Agency Frenzy to discuss the Maple Leafs' backup goaltender choices, Cam Talbot dealt to the Senators for Filip Gustavsson, Evgeni Malkin and Claude Giroux testing free agency, and the major storylines leading up to the NHL's Free Agency on July 13.

OverDrive
LeBrun on the 2022 NHL Entry Draft, DeBrincat-Senators trade and NHL Free Agency

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 14:23


TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun, on the NHL Draft floor, joins OverDrive to discuss the latest rumblings from the Entry Draft in Montreal, if Shane Wright or Juraj Slafkovsky will be selected at No. 1, Alex DeBrincat dealt to Ottawa Senators from the Chicago Blackhawks, Jack Campbell's contract negotiations with the Maple Leafs, Marc-Andre Fleury's future and more.

The Back of the Range Golf Podcast
Sarah Lebrun Ingram - U.S. Curtis Cup Captain

The Back of the Range Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 44:57


My guest on this episode is Sarah Lebrun Ingram, the victorious captain of the U.S. Curtis Cup team.  We spoke about her start in the game, her success as a career amateur, and what it was like leading players like Rose Zhang and Emilia Migliaccio to victory in Wales and also at Merion in convincing fashion.Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY!Also Subscribe in YouTube,   Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher  Follow on Social Media! Email us:   ben@thebackoftherange.comWebsite: www.thebackoftherange.com  Voice Work by Mitch Phillips 

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling
EEC 235: "What's Your Next Best Move: A Franchise or Do-It-On-Your-Own,” with Rich LeBrun

Excellent Executive Coaching: Bringing Your Coaching One Step Closer to Excelling

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 22:15


In this episode Katrina Burrus interviews Rich LeBrun who is the founder and CEO of LeBrun Advisory group Inc. and owner in the Franchise Consulting Company, working with clients around the US and many parts of the world. I am a senior executive who is thinking of ways to transition to another business. What are my options? What are 5 options for executives in transition? What are the differences between starting my own business or starting a franchise? What are the advantages and disadvantages of a franchise compared to starting a business without a franchise? What business profiles work best with franchises? Rich LeBrun Rich LeBrun is the founder and CEO of LeBrun Advisory group Inc. and owner in the Franchise Consulting Company, working with clients around the US and many parts of the world. Rich is an author of “What's My Next Move”. Rich is a certified franchise broker (CFB) and commercial investment manager (CCIM). Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our podcast on iTunes. We would love for you to leave a review. The EEC podcasts are sponsored by MKB Excellent Executive Coaching that helps you get from where you are to where you want to be with customized leadership and coaching development programs. MKB Excellent Executive Coaching offers leadership development programs to generate action, learning, and change that is aligned with your authentic self and values. Transform your dreams into reality and invest in yourself by scheduling a discovery session with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC to reach your goals. Your host is Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC, founder and general manager of www.mkbconseil.ch a company specialized in leadership development and executive coaching.

The Tackle Shop
Tackle Shop Live (Nick LeBrun)

The Tackle Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 101:26


On this episode of Tackle Shop Live Nick LeBrun breaks down his tournament success with the techniques that he relies on.  Nick discusses crank baiting cypress trees and how he wacky rigs tide current seams. We also talk tackle and hot new baits. So join us for a great show. 

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership
If the Dream is Big Enough, the Facts Don't Count w/ John LeBrun

UnScripted: Authentic Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 4:49


Welcome to another week of "Off-Script!"  A mid-week episode that will  inspire, motivate and empower you in a matter of a few minutes!If the dream is big enough, the facts don't count. How big is your dream? How committed are you to achieving that dream? Do you let all the small things get in the way?Listen to this week's episode as John explains how you need to hold onto your dream and not let details get in the way. During this episode, he will also take you through a quick story of how one USA's most respected presidents, Abraham Lincoln, held on to his dream through decades of failure.Connect with us on Social Media - @unscriptedleadership on all social media platformsHit that Subscribe button on Youtube -   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTc55FEAu2PiY4wIkqQOswWebsite - https://unscripted-leadership.com/Join The Unscripted Squad -  https://www.patreon.com/unscriptedleadershipSupport the show

BASS TALK LIVE
Episode 738: PRO CIRCUIT CHAMPION, NICK LEBRUN AND GRAE BUCK

BASS TALK LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 85:55 Very Popular


Nick Lebrun talks about his back-to-back MLF Pro Circuit wins and then Grae Buck talks about his strong finish on the James River and fishing northern lakes during the summer for smallmouth.  

Leafs Lunch
Lebrun on momentum and injuries in the playoffs, possible UFA locations and more

Leafs Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 23:21


TSN Hockey Insider Pierre Lebrun joins the show to discuss the momentum in the Lightning/Rangers series, injuries playing a part in the playoffs, what an all-access feed for the NHL could look like, what Boston's off-season might look like, how the coaching carousel is taking shape in the NHL, and where certain UFA may end up.

Locked On Penguins - Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Penguins
What would be your dream Pittsburgh Penguins announcing duo?

Locked On Penguins - Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Penguins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 45:41


Happy Tuesday! Hunter is joined by a special guest for this show as he welcomes back Doug Glattke of Forechecking TV to get his thoughts on everything Penguins related so far in the offseason. The two first start out with some brief updates on Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang as Pierre Lebrun published his "rumblings" blog in The Athletic this morning. Are things getting closer on the Malkin front? What seems to be the big holdup as free agency is about a month away? Does LeBrun see a deal happening? The two get into all of that, plus again argue that there's no one really out there in free agency that can really do what Malkin does. After that, they get to the Letang update & how that one seems to be closer than the Malkin one. Are both sides going to have to bend a little to make it work? Does he look to be the top priority for the Penguins? What chances does Lebrun give of a deal happening? After that, they get into a fun debate in the second segment about what the dream Penguyins broadcast could look like using only announcers that are still announcing. This is brought up due to the Penguins finishing in the bottom third of the league in a fan poll of broadcasting duos with Mears and Errey. Finally, Doug gives a couple of free agents that he'd like to see the team go after, even if they bring back Malkin, Letang, Rodrigues, and Heinen, plus goes into who he would put on the trade block. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Stuff You Missed in History Class
SYMHC Classics: Vigée Le Brun

Stuff You Missed in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 31:48 Very Popular


This 2016 episode covers the first woman to ever become a court painter in France. She painted royalty and nobility throughout Europe, including Marie Antoinette, even as her personal life had its ups and downs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Science Friday
Experimental HIV Vaccines, Lithium Mining In Oregon, Controlling The Tawny Crazy Ant. April 1, 2022, Part 1

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 47:04 Very Popular


Why Another Antarctic Ice Shelf Collapsed On March 15, the Conger ice shelf, a piece of ice half the size of Rome, collapsed in eastern Antarctica. It's the first time that side of the continent experienced a major loss of ice in the 40-year history of satellite observations. Previous collapses of shelves have until now occurred in western Antarctica. Meanwhile, researchers are reporting temperatures more than 70 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than average, while parts of the Arctic are beating averages by 50 degrees. Scientific American's Sophie Bushwick explains why warming at the poles is both more likely than other parts of the globe, and is also exacerbating the likelihood of collapses like this. Plus, new insights into strange radio circles in space, the Hubble telescope sees the most distant star yet, and a look at the statistical likelihood of basketball “hot hands.” And an April Fool's Day quiz on some new inventions that may or may not be real.   Scientists Are Working On HIV Vaccines Based On COVID Vaccine Tech Several early Phase 1 human trials of vaccines using mRNA technology are now under way. The approach—which uses mRNA to induce the body to manufacture specific parts of a viral structure that then trains the immune system—was famously successful in the COVID-19 pandemic, and the basis for both the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines. Now, researchers are wondering if the mRNA approach might be a solution to diseases like HIV, which have thwarted vaccine researchers for years. The NIH has supported three trials, other trials from IAVI and Moderna are also under way in Phase 1. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, joins Ira to talk about the challenges of developing vaccines against HIV, the path through the clinical trials process, and why researchers are very cautiously optimistic about the new vaccine trials. They also discuss the state of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the need for continued vigilance and funding.   An Oregon Lithium Deposit Could Help Power Clean Energy Tech President Joe Biden and U.S. lawmakers are ramping up their efforts to mine, manufacture and process more battery materials at home — and that's drawn praise from the company exploring a large lithium deposit in southeast Oregon. Jindalee Resources Limited, the Australian company with lithium claims at a Bureau of Land Management site in Oregon's Malheur County, says the growing push for U.S. critical minerals production is a positive sign. “You've seen bipartisan support for the development of critical minerals projects growing,” said Lindsay Dudfield, Jindalee's executive director. “Jindalee is advancing a critical minerals project, and so we're very encouraged by these developments.” The Intercept reported Thursday that Biden is preparing to invoke the Defense Production Act to expedite production of batteries for electric vehicles, consumer electronics and renewable energy storage. The Defense Production Act was recently used to increase supply and hasten delivery of COVID-19 vaccines. Lawmakers in recent weeks have urged the president to use his authority under the law to do the same for batteries. “The time is now to grow, support, and encourage investment in the domestic production of graphite, manganese, cobalt, lithium, nickel, and other critical minerals to ensure we support our national security, and to fulfill our need for lithium-ion batteries — both for consumers and for the Department of Defense,” wrote Sens. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska; Joe Manchin,D-W.Va.; Jim Risch, R-Idaho; and Bill Cassidy, R-La., in a letter to the president last week. The Biden administration published a report last June that found the American battery supply chain to be extremely vulnerable as demand for batteries increases. For decades, the U.S. has relied on foreign imports of minerals needed to make those batteries, especially lithium. While the U.S. has large lithium reserves, it only produces about 1% of the world's supply. Demand for lithium and other materials is expected to skyrocket as the U.S. seeks to transition away from fossil fuels, according to the International Energy Agency. The Biden administration's report says lithium could be a good candidate for new domestic mining and extraction, which would reduce American dependence on foreign sources like Russia and China. But as the rush for critical minerals like lithium speeds up in the U.S., environmental groups, Native American tribes and others have urged caution, especially when it comes to new mining. The extractive industry remains enormously destructive to frontline communities as well as land, water and wildlife. Read the rest at sciencefriday.com.   An Unusual Fungus May Control Invasive Tawny Crazy Ants The Tawny crazy ant (sometimes called the Rasberry crazy ant) is an invasive species originally found in South America. Over the past few decades, it has found a home in U.S. Gulf states and parts of Texas. The ant, named “crazy” for its erratic movements, can outcompete native ant species when it takes hold, and can overwhelm small animals with sheer numbers. In 2013, Science Friday spoke with Edward LeBrun, a research scientist at the Brackenridge Field Laboratory of UT Austin, about the ant and its ability to outcompete fire ants in the southern U.S. Now, LeBrun returns to share news of a possible biological control for the ants, a form of fungus that can cause infected nests to collapse over a period of years. It's a good news, bad news situation—while most insecticides and baits don't work to control the ants, the fungus can produce local extinction. However, it takes years to work, and currently requires transferring hundreds of infected ants into a nest—not exactly something you can pick up off the shelf at the local hardware store.