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    Kultur kompakt
    Künste im Gespräch: Vom Lügen und vom Sammeln

    Kultur kompakt

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 27:53


    Beim Davos Festival «Young Artists in Concert» stehen in diesem Jahr Musikstücke voller Lügen, Traumwelten und Märchen auf dem Programm. Und das Museum für Gestaltung Zürich will genauer wissen, was Sammlerinnen und Sammler zu ihrer Leidenschaft treibt. Wie steht es um das Flunkern in der Musik? Wo nennen wir eine wiederkehrende Melodie ein Zitat, wo ein Plagiat? (Wahre) Antworten darauf gibt es möglicherweise beim Davos Festival «Young Artists in Concert», denn hier stehen in diesem Jahr Musikstücke voller Lügen, Traumwelten und Märchen auf dem Programm. Die Tätigkeit des Sammelns ist wohl so alt wie die Menschheit selbst – was aber treibt Sammlerinnen und Sammler an? Das Museum für Gestaltung in Zürich macht sich auf Spurensuche. Weitere Themen: - Alles nur geklaut: Musikalische Lügen beim Davos Festival - Collectomania: Sammeln, was das Zeug hält

    SWR2 Zeitgenossen
    Jakob Schwerdtfeger: „Für mich war die Mona Lisa wie Sex am Strand. Hab ich mir geiler vorgestellt.“

    SWR2 Zeitgenossen

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 47:28


    Der Kunstcomedian Jakob Schwerdtfeger begeistert mit seinem Soloprogramm „Ein Bild für die Götter“ bundesweit. „Gute Kunst muss mich berühren – auf irgendeiner Ebene“ sagt der bekennende „Kunstjunkie“. Seine Festanstellung am Frankfurter Städel-Museum hat der Kunsthistoriker, der schon als Poetry Slammer und Rapper bekannt war, dafür aufgegeben.

    Judaism Unbound
    Episode 339: Ed-Jew-Cation -- Learning, Not Literacy - Diane Tickton Schuster

    Judaism Unbound

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 51:00 Very Popular


    Diane Tickton Schuster, the editor of a new book entitled Portraits of Adult Jewish Learning: Making Meaning at Many Tables, joins Dan and Lex to ask what "Jewish education" means, and why it doesn't serve us when think of it only (or primarily), as something that children experience. Also, Banksy makes an appearance (he says cryptically...)! To access full shownotes for this episode, click here. To sign up for one of our 3-week UnYeshiva mini-courses, beginning in September, click here!If you're enjoying Judaism Unbound, please help us keep things going with a one-time or monthly tax-deductible donation. Support Judaism Unbound by clicking here! You can also buy Judaism Unbound merch (hoodies! stickers! mugs! So much more!) by heading to www.JudaismUnbound.com/store.

    WGN Plus - The Steve and Johnnie Podcast
    Rock radio memories with Tommy Edwards

    WGN Plus - The Steve and Johnnie Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022


    Radio legend Tommy Edwards joins Steve & Johnnie (filling-in for Lisa Dent) on Chicago’s Afternoon News to discuss his career during the golden age of rock radio, and to promote the upcoming Museum of Broadcast Communications' event ‘Rock Radio Revisited' on Sunday August 14th at The Des Plaines Theatre. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on […]

    Tokyo Midtown presents The Lifestyle MUSEUM
    伊澤直人さん_Tokyo Midtown presents The Lifestyle MUSEUM_vol.746

    Tokyo Midtown presents The Lifestyle MUSEUM

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 30:54


    8月12日OAのゲストは、野営家で週末冒険会代表の伊澤直人さんです。 一昨年辺りからジワジワと広がっているキャンプ・ブーム。 伊澤さんが企画運営している週末冒険会は、大人がキャンプ生活で焚き火や調理をどう楽しむか? いかに自然を感じながら野営していくのか実体験できるプログラムとして注目を集めています。 コロナによってソロ・キャンプが注目されている今、プロ目線からの実践的で楽しいキャンプの楽しみ方をたっぷり伺っていきます。

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    Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
    Rock radio memories with Tommy Edwards

    Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022


    Radio legend Tommy Edwards joins Steve & Johnnie (filling-in for Lisa Dent) on Chicago’s Afternoon News to discuss his career during the golden age of rock radio, and to promote the upcoming Museum of Broadcast Communications' event ‘Rock Radio Revisited' on Sunday August 14th at The Des Plaines Theatre. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on […]

    Empathy Media Lab
    West Virginia Mine Wars Museum with Barbara Ellen Smith

    Empathy Media Lab

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 31:05


    “One coal operator quite explicitly said that you need a judicious mixture of white mountaineers, black workers from the Jim Crow south, and immigrant workers in order to maintain division. So the effort was very intentional to divide workers along the lines of immigration status, language, and race..” Barbara Ellen Smith, Professor Emerita of Virginia Tech Board member of the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum The West Virginia Mine Wars Museum is at the site of a historic battle which erupted in May of 1920, setting into motion a chain of events that led to the largest armed uprising in the United States since the civil war, and offers the largest exhibition of Mine Wars history anywhere in the United States. It is a people's history museum based in Matewan, WV, where they tell the story of the deadly, decades-long labor struggle between coal miners seeking unionization and the powerful industrialists who opposed them in the early 20th century.  The museum seeks to ensure this history doesn't miss another generation, but will instead inspire new ones. You can stay connected and keep up-to-date on Museum happenings on their social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) or their e-newsletter (sign up for updates here). Learn more about the museum, become a member, and plan a visit: https://wvminewars.org  Barbara Ellen Smith is an American author, activist, and educator. In 2017 she was named professor emerita of Virginia Tech. Barbara is known for her involvement and writing about social justice in Appalachia, particularly the black lung movement and advocacy for coal miners. Barbara is also a board member of the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum and Chair of the Museum Fundraising Committee. About the Labor Solidarity Podcast The Labor Solidarity Podcast highlights the work of labor leaders, organizers, and labor journalists  while discussing historic struggles and the importance of organizing with the goal of building international labor solidarity. Learn more at: https://www.empathymedialab.com/laborsolidarity The Labor Solidarity Podcast is an EMLab production and we are a proud member of The Labor Radio Podcast Network. All links: https://wlo.link/@empathymedialab  #LaborRadioPod #1U #UnionStrong

    The Good News Podcast
    Antiquities Returned

    The Good News Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 3:22


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    Art Biz Podcast
    Play Tops Work, Connection Tops Solitude, and Confidence Tops Fear with Willie Cole (#126)

    Art Biz Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 50:48


    There's always plenty to be learned from artists who have been making a go of it for decades. Just think about how much has changed in 30 years! In this episode of The Art Biz, my guest is Willie Cole, a self-described perceptual engineer with an impressive list of collaborations under his belt and even more in the works. Together we talk about the faith he has in his work as a result of being consistent throughout the years. And why he says work is a bad word and prefers to approach his studio in the spirit of play. We discussed his art and why he challenges people to perceive recognizable objects, like shoes and musical instruments, in new ways. You'll hear how one of his Instagram posts—where he mocked up his art as if to appear on the cover of Vogue—led to collaborations with major fashion brands. Such opportunities continue coming his way, which might be the result of his faith in his practice. Spoiler: Visualizing success plays a role. Highlights Willie calls himself a perceptual engineer, but what exactly does that mean? (3:12) The importance (if any) of showing the materials Willie uses to create his work, including 75 cut up guitars. (5:35) “Planning makes it feel too much like a job.” How Willie approaches his work instead. (11:02) A peek inside Willie's studio. (13:58) Work is a bad word, but play can make your business better every day. (15:55) Staying in a playful mindset in every stage of production. (19:15) The value of improvisation and the value of not knowing everything. (21:08) Willie feels like the luckiest business person in America. (23:40) The business minded people that make up Willie's team and insights into his collaborations. (25:36) Propelling yourself forward in spite of your fears. (35:24) The difference between fashion industry collaborations and gallery relationships. (37:51) The music on Willie's current playlist and what is coming up next in his work. (40:28)   Mentioned Willie's collaboration with Tod's Willie's collaboration with Comme des Garçons Armando Cabral Money Good by Megan Thee Stallion Joan Amatrading concert on YouTube Vogue covers by Black artists   The Art Biz Connection The Wildly Productive Get Organized Challenge for Your Art Biz   Resources Show notes, images, and listener comments How to Price Your Art free report Art Biz Connection artist membership     Guest Bio Willie Cole calls himself a perceptual engineer. Whether he is using the symbolism of a steam iron or the shapes of high fashion shoes and recognizable music instruments, he challenges how we look at things. While he has had solo exhibitions at esteemed institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, Miami Art Museum, and Montclair Art Museum, Willie embraces nontraditional avenues for his work, such as collaborations with major fashion brands. He is represented by Alexander and Bonin Gallery in New York, Maus Contemporary Gallery (Alabama), Gavlak Gallery (Los Angeles/Florida), and Kavi Gupta Gallery (Chicago). Willie lives and works in New Jersey.

    Before the Lights
    Joe Pennington: Volunteer Evil Knievel Museum/Stories of America's Favorite Daredevil

    Before the Lights

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 49:49


    Co-founder of Forge, served on the apprenticeship training committee, president of Stevenson Company, is on the welding advisory committee at Washburn Institute of Technology, and volunteer at the Evel Knievel Museum in Topeka, KS in which his expertise is in the antics of America's Favorite Daredevil. The show includes:Joe growing up in a steel worker family and where his affinity for motorcycles started. Story behind how the Evel Knievel Museum ended up in Topeka, KS, some of the items on display and responses he receives from visitors. Who was responsible for Evel wanting to become a stuntman, the back story of him making a earth mover pop a wheelie and how spending a night in jail earned him the nickname-Evel.Stories about Evel outside of being a daredevil that includes being an insurance salesman and hitchhiking across the country. The story and stunt that launched him to being a household name (Caesars Palace) and some background on the 1974 jump of Snake Canyon.Was it fame, thrill, money or all that kept him coming back? The year of 1977 was not a good one for Evel from the Shark Jump and his assault on his promoter. The drive, determination, positive mindset Evel had that leads to a tale from a museum visitor that stood up to his abusive father. A legendary Evel tale towards the end of his life, and how he has inspired Joe and helped him in his business. Links:Evel Knievel Museum: https://www.evelknievelmuseum.com/Evel Jump of Caesars Palace in 1967: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XX2XUESyXsI1974 Snake Canyon Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2p1khN1xyBw Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beforethelightspodcast/Support the Show: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/supportBook Tommy: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/public-speakingListen to Docuseries here: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/docuseriesContact Amy Canale: https://amycanale.com/ Support the show

    Crain's Daily Gist
    08/11/22: Public housing museum gets back on track

    Crain's Daily Gist

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 38:47 Very Popular


    With three new grants in hand, the long-delayed National Public Housing Museum is finally ready to start construction in the Near West Side. Crain's real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin and host Amy Guth discuss that and more as they recap the week in housing news. Plus: Inflation runs cooler than forecast, easing pressure on Fed, U.S. e-commerce prices fall for first time in over 2 years, Sam Zell-backed SPAC to return cash to investors, and distressed River North hotel loan heads to auction.

    Sanford Says
    Sanford Museum & Celery City Stories

    Sanford Says

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 29:24


    Brigitte Stephenson, City of Sanford Museum Curator, and Dan Ping, host and creator of the new podcast Celery City Stories, share the unique and resourceful value the Sanford Museum offers to our community. Brigitte also mentions Sanford's historical facts and Dan chimes in too. Have a listen.

    Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
    Thursday, August 11, 2022 – The Native perspective in ‘Grounded in Clay'

    Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 55:40


    For the first time in a century, Native people have a voice in how a massive collection of pottery is treated. That voice is represented in the new exhibition, “Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery” at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. The exhibition gets perspectives from Native artists, storytellers, political leaders, and others on a representative sample from the collection. Today on Native America Calling, Shawn Spruce hears from organizers and guest curators of the exhibition as they express their personal and cultural connections to the pieces with Tony Chavarria (Santa Clara Pueblo), curator of ethnology at the Museum of American Indian Arts; contemporary and traditional potter Josephine "Josie" Kie (Laguna Pueblo); Tara Gatewood (Isleta Pueblo), director with the International Women's Media Foundation, curator with the Grounded in Clay project, and longtime host and producer of Native America Calling; and Elysia Poon, Indian Arts Research Center Director at the School for Advanced Research.

    PORTRAITS
    A Shortcut Across Time

    PORTRAITS

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 25:40 Very Popular


    José Andrés is the Michelin-starred chef known for jumping into action to feed people affected by hurricanes, wildfires, and most recently the war in Ukraine. But he's also a huge admirer of a woman whose photograph lives at the National Portrait Gallery– the Civil War nurse Clara Barton. Museum director Kim Sajet talks with Andrés about his call for ‘longer tables,' and also takes us down the block to Barton's old digs to see how their stories overlap. See Clara Barton's portrait here.

    Umwelt und Verbraucher - Deutschlandfunk
    Besatzung des AKW Saporischschja weckt Ängste Im Kiewer Tschernobyl-Museum

    Umwelt und Verbraucher - Deutschlandfunk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 4:15


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    Tuesday Terror
    Darker Projects: Tales From a Museum #1.12- Beyond the Veil

    Tuesday Terror

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 25:37


    It's business as usual in the Johnson City Regional Museum: the new head of marketing is driving folks to distraction with her over-commercialism, Mala Monroe and Professor Stein bond over common interests, Casey is assigned to do manual labor for “the greater good”, and the levels of supernatural energy are slowly rising to critical levels in the Vanmount Theater Annex. Is it this boring in YOUR office? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Tuesday Terror
    Tuesday Terror for August 9th, 2022

    Tuesday Terror

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 2:23


    Jeff Billard brings back the horror with Everyone's Night Terrors #4, We're Alive Chapter 12.3, and Darker Projects: Tales from a Museum #12! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Mutual Audio Network
    Darker Projects: Tales From a Museum #1.12- Beyond the Veil(080922)

    The Mutual Audio Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 25:37


    It's business as usual in the Johnson City Regional Museum: the new head of marketing is driving folks to distraction with her over-commercialism, Mala Monroe and Professor Stein bond over common interests, Casey is assigned to do manual labor for “the greater good”, and the levels of supernatural energy are slowly rising to critical levels in the Vanmount Theater Annex. Is it this boring in YOUR office? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Art Sense
    Ep. 59: "Matisse: The Red Studio" with Ann Temkin - The Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture at MoMA

    Art Sense

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 44:55


    A conversation with Ann Temkin, the Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Our conversation focuses on MoMA's current exhibit “Matisse: The Red Studio” which revolves around the iconic painting of the same name that has been an integral part of MoMA's collection since 1949. Ann spent more than four years researching, writing about and compiling the exhibit which features the Matisse artworks seen on the walls and tabletops of the studio in the painting. We discuss the work's historical context, its significance, the secrets it holds and the hunt for all of the works in the scene.

    Sustaining Creativity Podcast

    Creativity through the lens of a painter"Our brains are wired that way. We are creativity machines, it doesn't separate between the fine art and the mundane art."Lauren G. Levine is a painter and twenty-five-year resident of Jamaica Plain (Boston) who now lives and works in Needham, Massachusetts. Through intuitive and responsive mark-making, her paintings are tangible manifestations of her visual impressions and interior resonances. Levine attended Massachusetts College of Art; School at the Museum of Fine Arts; and Fuller Art Museum. Her work has been exhibited at The Ely Center of Contemporary Art, New Haven, CT; The Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA; Hallspace Gallery, Boston, MA; and UForge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA. Interviews and features include: Phillip J. Mellen's Podcast, Ahtcast; Boston Voyager Magazine, “Art and Life”; The Weekly Dig; Paul Behnke's Online Project Space, Monklike Habits; Randace Rauscher's, 52 in 52; and Groundwork “Meet the Artist.” Levine's work can be viewed on her website at https://www.laurenglevineart.com/ and on Instagram at @laurenglevineartMari's Awakening Creativity FREE GuideMari's Awakening Creativity 7 Day Challenge

    The Mutual Audio Network
    Tuesday Terror for August 9th, 2022

    The Mutual Audio Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 2:23


    Jeff Billard brings back the horror with Everyone's Night Terrors #4, We're Alive Chapter 12.3, and Darker Projects: Tales from a Museum #12! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Here & Now
    R.K. Russell on NFL's relationship with LGBTQ+ players; Barbara Kruger's NYC exhibit

    Here & Now

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:06


    Back in 2019, R.K. Russell came out as bisexual and found his job chances in the NFL evaporate. We hear from him. And, artist Barbara Kruger reworked some of her pieces and included new works with text from the web in exhibits at the Museum of Modern Art and the David Zwirner Gallery in New York City. Karen Michel reports.

    Art and Obsolescence
    Episode 047: Stuart Comer

    Art and Obsolescence

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 56:44


    This week on the show we are visiting the one and only Stuart Comer, chief curator of Media and Performance at the Museum of Modern Art. Stuart is not only prolifically active as a curator at MoMA doing all of the things curators do: building exhibitions, building collections, building relationships with artists, the public, and patrons, etc – but as a department head at a museum the scale of MoMA, Stuart is also very much a leader. The department of media and performance art at MoMA comprises a whole team of professionals, and the work that Stuart and his colleagues have been doing over the years to build upon the legacy left by their predecessors, and the ways in which they've expanded and branched out into new arenas has been nothing short of incredible. In our chat with Stuart this week, we hear all about his department's leading work in shaping what it looks like for art museums to exhibit, collect, and conserve performance art and dance, as well as Stuart's origins as a curator, including serving as the Tate Modern's first-ever curator of film. Tune in to hear Stuart's story!Links from the conversation with Stuart> https://www.moma.org/about/senior-staff/stuart-comer> Barbara Kruger's Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You. https://www.moma.org/calendar/exhibitions/5394> Studio Residency: Okwui Okpokwasili https://www.moma.org/calendar/exhibitions/5226> Simone Forti: https://www.moma.org/calendar/performance/866Get access to exlusive content - join us on Patreon!> https://patreon.com/artobsolescenceJoin the conversation:https://twitter.com/ArtObsolescencehttps://www.instagram.com/artobsolescence/Support artistsArt and Obsolescence is a non-profit podcast, sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts, and we are committed to equitably supporting artists that come on the show. Help support our work by making a tax deductible gift through NYFA here: https://www.artandobsolescence.com/donate

    American Countryside
    The Minnesota Machinery Museum

    American Countryside

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 3:00


    The school closed in the small town of Hanley Falls, Minnesota in the late 1970s.  Many people wondered what to do with their old school...

    Museum Archipelago
    99. Museums in Video Games

    Museum Archipelago

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 14:20


    The Computer Games Museum in Berlin knows that its visitors want to play games, so it lets them. The artifacts are fully-playable video games, from early arcade classics like PacMac to modern console and PC games, all with original hardware and controllers. By putting video games in a museum space, the Computer Games Museum invites visitors to become players. But, players can become visitors too. Video games have been inviting players into museum spaces for decades. In the mid 1990s, interaction designer Joe Kalicki remembers playing PacMan in another museum – only this one was inside a video game. In Namco Museum, players navigated a 3D museum space to access the games, elevating them to a high-culture setting. Since then, museums and their cultural shorthands have been a part of the video game landscape, implicitly inviting their players-turned-visitors to think critically about museums in the process. In this episode, Kalicki presents mainstream and indie examples of video games with museums inside them: from Animal Crossing's village museum to Museum of Memories, which provides a virtual place for objects of sentimental value, to Occupy White Walls where players construct a museum, fill it with art – then invite others to come inside. Image: The Computer Games Museum in Berlin by Marcin Wichary (CC BY 2.0) Topics and Notes 00:00 Intro 00:15 Computerspielemuseum Berlin (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computerspielemuseum_Berlin) 01:23 Joe Kalicki (https://panoply.space/) 02:06 Namco Museum (https://youtu.be/y1rvBhJtmkY) 03:42 Digital Museum Spaces Elevating Video Games 04:26 Museum of Memories by Kate Smith (https://katesmith.itch.io/museum-of-memories) 05:25 Occupy White Walls (https://www.oww.io/) 07:18 Discovery Tour for Assassin's Creed Origins (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88xjcvPKLJk) 10:11 Animal Crossing 11:29 Video Game Engines In Museums 12:44 Joe Kalicki's new podcast, Panoply (https://panoply.space/) 13:13 Museum Archipelago's 100th Episode Party

    Congratulations Pine Tree

     This week Kate and Maysoun went to a performance by synthesizer duo Red Culebra at the McEvoy Foundation. They also got devoured by mosquitos. Maysoun gives advice to a listener thinking about moving.Most of the music in this episode is by Toro y MoiThey're not accepting any human apologies.

    Dane Neal from WGN Plus
    The National Museum of Mexican Art raises awareness, funds and spirits through culture and cocktails

    Dane Neal from WGN Plus

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


    Founder of S.A.C.R.E.D. and a foremost voice on agave spirits, Lou Bank joins Dane Neal on WGN Radio. Hear as Lou shares the recent event at the National Museum of Mexican Art located in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood. Listen as Lou fills us in on what makes the Museum so special and the ways “Copitas de […]

    Dagens Lydavis
    005 Byens bedste 2022. Hvor finder man byens bedste museum - Berl

    Dagens Lydavis

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 7:01


    World War II On Topic
    FDR, Harry Truman, & the Manhattan Project with Clifton Truman Daniel and Paul Sparrow

    World War II On Topic

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 62:24


    Today's episode is brought to you by the Museum's Jenny Craig Institute for the Study of War and Democracy and The Media & Education Center.   We are going back to 2020, when Dr. Ed Lengel, then the Museum's Senior Director of Programs, hosted a webinar with President Harry Truman's grandson - Clifton Truman Daniel -  and Paul Sparrow, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum Director.   They presented Roosevelt's and Truman's roles in the Manhattan Project  and the dramatic race for atomic power.    The Manhattan Project's success would have been impossible without President Roosevelt's committed leadership, and President Truman's decision to employ the weapons.   This culminated in the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6th and 9th, 1945.    If you would like to view the original conversation, you can see it here: https://youtu.be/9f67sx2moBE

    Homespun Haints
    Farting in a Museum and Alien Cunnilingus

    Homespun Haints

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:41


    Josh and Dakota of the Mindless Morning Show share their experiences about a haunted house, little girl ghosts, a phantom foot and alien sex. Check out the show at https://linktr.ee/mindlessmorningshow and follow us on TikTok at https://www.tiktok.com/@homespunhaints

    Addressing Gettysburg Podcast
    Civil War Pittsburgh-with Rich Condon

    Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:02


    This full Patreon episode is brought to you for free and without commercial interruption by our Patrons. Wouldn't you like to be a part of a community committed to spreading the word about the Battle of Gettysburg? Why complain that no one knows history anymore when you can be a part of one of the solutions? Join your fellow #gettysnerds today! www.patreon.com/addressinggettysburg   When thinking about the Civil War or the Gettysburg Campaign in particular, some people might not consider Pittsburgh, Pa to have anything more to do with it than manufacturing for the war effort. But that's not true. Did you know there are fortifications around the city from the Civil War? There are. Did you know that Pittsburgh isn't so far from West Virginia, which was still Virginia for a good portion of the war? Well, Rich Condon from Civil War Pittsburgh sat down with me to let you in on this little secret.   Rich Condon is a public historian based out of Pittsburgh, although he began his career as a battlefield guide in Franklin, Tennessee. For nine years he has worked with a multitude of sites and organizations, including The Battle of Franklin Trust, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, and Flight 93 National Memorial. Rich is a contributing writer for the Pennsylvania in the Civil War blog, and director of Civil War Pittsburgh – an organization focused on education and preservation regarding Western Pennsylvania's role in the American Civil War.  

    Hörspiel
    «S Geburtsverhör» von Ursula Werdenberg nach einer Erzählung von Linda Stibler

    Hörspiel

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 42:54


    Es ist die Geschichte der jungen Anna Weibel. Ihr Liebesglück mit dem Sohn des Gemeinde-präsidenten dauert einen Sommer lang. Der Versuch der beiden, sich über gesellschaftliche Schranken hinwegzusetzen, scheitert. Sie treffen sich vor Gericht wieder: Anna muss sich einem Geburtsverhör unterziehen. Das Hörspiel ist ein Zeitdokument über ein Tabu, das einen wahren Vorfall aus dem Jahr 1827 aufgreift. Es basiert auf Linda Stiblers Erzählung und auf Gerichtsprotokollen aus dem Staatsarchiv Basel-Stadt. Geburtsverhöre wurden während der Geburt bei ledigen Müttern durchgeführt, um den Namen des Vaters herauszufinden, damit der Staat nicht für das uneheliche Kind aufkommen musste. Diese seelischen und körperlichen Foltermethoden wurden bis Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts vom Ehe-und Sittengericht der Stadt Basel angewandt und von der offiziellen Geschichtsschreibung tabuisiert. In vielen Gegenden der Schweiz galt diese Gerichtspraxis, die nur dank der engen Zusammenarbeit zwischen weltlicher und kirchlicher Obrigkeit funktionierte. Das Hörspiel ist die schweizerdeutsche Radiofassung des gleichnamigen Theaterstücks von Ursula Werdenberg, das 2014 im Museum.BL in Liestal zur Uraufführung kam. Mit Unterstützung des Goethe Instituts Manila und von Pro Helvetia wurde das Theaterstück im Februar 2017 in einer englischen Übersetzung beim KURIS Festival im Gallaga Theater in Bacolod (Philippinen) aufgeführt. Mit: Sibylle Mumenthaler (Anna Weibel), Julian Koechlin (Heinrich Müller), Urs Bihler (Richter Sarasin), Michael Luisier (Anwalt Felber), Roland Herrmann (Gerichtsschreiber, Kestenholz, Bannbruder Friker), Daniel Buser (Vater Müller, Bannbruder Imhof), Julius Schröder (Socin), Sabine Schädler (Hebamme), in weiteren Rollen: Noëmi Gradwohl, Jeannine Borer, Lorenz Tschumi Musik: Elia Rediger - Tontechnik: Basil Kneubühler - Dramaturgie: Simone Karpf - Regie: Päivi Stalder - Produktion: SRF 2018 - Dauer: 43'

    Let's Talk Knoxville
    Let’s Talk Knoxville: Bob Baker

    Let's Talk Knoxville

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 6:30


    Our guest today is Bob Baker, Executive Director of the Knoxville Sprint Car Hall of Fame and Museum.

    The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
    ENCORE: Down Unda' the Sea with Dr. Maddy McAllister - Ruins 120

    The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 62:39


    On this episode of A Life in Ruins Podcast, we interview Dr. Maddy McAllister, a maritime archaeologist with the Museum of Tropical Queensland. Dr. McAllister is known for her educational Instagram account, @shipwreckmermaid. As Dr. McAllister is an Aussie, we naturally first have a conversation about the differences between our endemic wildlife and the hazards of working in the wild. This is followed by a discussion of how Dr. McAllister, and other underwater archaeologists, plan out their projects, record data, and conduct their research. We also have some salty discussions of sailing stories, shipwrecks, and other things that blow Connors and Carlton's minds. David was literally born on an island -he gets it. If you have left a review of the podcast on iTunes or Spotify, please email us at alifeinruinspodcast@gmail.com so we can get shipping information to send you a sticker. If you are listening to this episode on the "Archaeology Podcast Network All Shows Feed," please consider subscribing to the "A Life in Ruins Podcast" channel to support our show. Listening to and downloading our episodes on the A Life in Ruins channel helps our podcast grow. So please, subscribe to the A Life in Ruins Podcast, hosted by the Archaeology Podcast Network, on whichever platform you are using to listen to us on the "All Shows Feed." Support our show by following our channel. Book Recommendations: • 2005 ‘Beneath the Seven Seas' (edited by George Bass) • 1980 Archaeology underwater – Keith Muckleroy • 2004 Maritime Archaeology: a technical handbook, Jeremy Green • 1986 Maritime Archaeology in Australia – Graeme Henderson • 2008 Unfinished Voyages – Graeme Henderson • 2007 Shipwreck Archaeology in Australia – Mike Nash Guest Contact Dr. McAllister's Instagram: @shipwreckmermaid Dr. McAllister's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maddy.mcallister.10 and https://www.facebook.com/shipwreckmermaid/ Contact Email: alifeinruinspodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @alifeinruinspodcast Facebook: @alifeinruinspodcast Twitter: @alifeinruinspod Website: www.alifeinruins.com Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular

    Short Stories for Kids: The Magical Podcast of Story Telling
    ⭐PREMIUM EPISODE PREVIEW ⭐Kian the Dinosaur has a strange encounter with Smash the Museum Skeleton

    Short Stories for Kids: The Magical Podcast of Story Telling

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 3:54


    Kian the Dinosaur has a strange encounter with Smash the Museum Skeleton Kian the T-Rex is awoken one day by a very grumpy living Skeleton called Smash! Where has this strange grumpy creature come from and can Kian makes friends with this unlikely character? Join up to our Premium channel and be a Super Fan of Short Stories for Kids! Here you will receive a Friday Bonus Episode every week! Plus our entire back catalogue of stories ad free! Also Premium Only Shout Outs just for you guys! Just email us telling us your a Premium member and you would like a shout out to shortstoriesforkidspodcast@gmail.com As a Premium member you have a guarantee of having your story idea turned in to a story and read out on the show! Premium Member Perks

    Here & Now
    Jet and Ebony Magzines' archives; PFAS contamination in a rural Massachusetts

    Here & Now

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 41:58


    The National Museum of African American History and Culture and Getty Research Archive have acquired the Johnson Publishing archives, which include archives of the iconic publications Jet and Ebony. Museum director Kevin Young talks about the process of making the collection public. And, PFAS chemicals are known as "forever chemicals" because they don't really decompose and removing them is complicated. We're joined by Staci Rubin from the Conservation Law Foundation and Westminster resident Anne Lutz, who has been impacted by PFAS contamination.

    The West Live Podcast
    Brit Museum returns STOLEN artefacts to Nigeria

    The West Live Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 2:31


    British museum agrees to return stolen artefacts to Nigeria.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Behind the Wings
    Episode 5 - An Astronaut's Vision for the Future of Space Exploration

    Behind the Wings

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 34:41


    Today's show is a conversation with Steve Lindsey who is a former U.S. Air Force (USAF) pilot and NASA astronaut with more than 30 years of flight test experience. Today, he is VP of Strategy at Sierra Space where he leads design, development, testing and operational employment of the Dream Chaser® spacecraft, a modern, reusable, lifting-body space system for uncrewed and crewed transportation to low-Earth orbit. We have a Dream Chaser HL-20 mockup at Wings Museum – so it's a great opportunity to go Behind the Wings of this cutting-edge spacecraft.During his 15+ year tenure at NASA, Lindsey completed five space flights and logged more than 1,510 hours in space. He last served as chief of the astronaut corps, overseeing spacecraft development, crew selection and training and flight test/crew operations in support of the space shuttle, International Space Station (ISS) and Constellation Programs.Steve Lindsey is also featured in our latest season 4 of Behind the Wings on PBS, live now on Rocky Mountain PBS and Wings Over the Rockies YouTube Channel – so you can see Steve and the dream chaser in action!Key Takeaways: Astronaut was the perfect job for Lindsey at the intersection of his passions for flying and engineering Lindsey learned from the Space Shuttle Columbia Disaster to never accept something when it's not supposed performing like its supposed to Collaborating with Russian cosmonauts in Space was a success in international collaboration, in contrast to geopolitical challenges on Earth Following NASA's commercial cargo and crew programs, private space exploration is enabling a new era of greater access and sustainability in space exploration The Dream Chaser spacecraft is in 24/7 production and is likely to have its maiden flight in 2023 Sierra Space is partnering 50/50 with Blue Origin to create Orbital Reef, a mixed-use commercial space station Lindsey's vision for the future of space exploration is to talk into a classroom and say, "I'm an Astronaut" and for the students to say "Big deal, half of our parents have been to space." Use the code SEASON1 for 20% off your Wings Membership! Become A MemberSupport Behind the Wings by making a financial contribution to Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum's Annual Fund! wingsmuseum.org/giveReferences: Dream Chaser® | Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum (wingsmuseum.org) Dream Chaser® Spaceplane | Private Space Travel for All | Sierra Space Become A Member | Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum (wingsmuseum.org)

    The Smart 7
    The Sunday 7 - A Wet Bulb Warning, Bad Grades for Vitamin D, Saudi Arabia's City of the Future and What the hell is Necrobotics?

    The Smart 7

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 22:18


    The Smart 7 is a daily podcast that gives you everything you need to know in 7 minutes, at 7 am, 7 days a week... With over 10 million downloads and consistently charting, including as No. 1 News Podcast on Spotify, we're a trusted source for people every day. If you're enjoying it, please follow, share, or even post a review, it all helps... Today's episode includes the following guests: Matthew Huber - Professor of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary sciences at Purdue UniversityDr Steven Cummings - Research scientist at the California Pacific Medical Center Research InstituteCharles Spence - Professor of experimental psychology at the University of OxfordRussell Feather - Gem collections manager at the Smithsonian's Museum of Natural HistoryHank Green - Science communicator, entrepreneur & authorDaniel Preston - Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Rice UniversityFaye Yap - Mechanical engineering graduate student at RiceBarak Yekuntiely - CEO of Reep Technologies In Ireland? Why not try our Ireland Edition? Contact us over at Twitter or visit www.thesmart7.com Presented by Jamie East, written by Olivia Davies and produced by Daft Doris. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    The Smart 7 Ireland Edition
    The Sunday 7 - A Wet Bulb Warning, Bad Grades for Vitamin D, Saudi Arabia's City of the Future and What the hell is Necrobotics?

    The Smart 7 Ireland Edition

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 23:00


    The Smart 7 Ireland Edition is the daily news podcast that gives you everything you need to know in 7 minutes, at 7am, 7 days a week… Consistently appearing in Ireland's Daily News charts, we're a trusted source for people every day. If you're enjoying it, please follow, share or even post a review, it all helps… Today's episode includes references to the following guests: Matthew Huber - Professor of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary sciences at Purdue UniversityDr Steven Cummings - Research scientist at the California Pacific Medical Center Research InstituteCharles Spence - Professor of experimental psychology at the University of OxfordRussell Feather - Gem collections manager at the Smithsonian's Museum of Natural HistoryHank Green - Science communicator, entrepreneur & authorDaniel Preston - Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Rice UniversityFaye Yap - Mechanical engineering graduate student at RiceBarak Yekuntiely - CEO of Reep Technologies Contact us over at Twitter or visit www.thesmart7.com Presented by Trish Laverty, written by Oliva Davies and Liam Thompson and produced by Daft Doris. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    International
    «Best of»: Katar und Vereinigte Arabische Emirate: Rivalität unter Golfprinzen

    International

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 28:12


    Die Emirate haben gerade die erste Weltausstellung im Nahen Osten ausgerichtet, Katar rüstet sich für die erste Fussballweltmeisterschaft in der Region. Mitten in der globalen Krise strotzen zwei schwerreiche Scheichtümer vor Optimismus und Sendungsbewusstsein. Zugleich sind sie scharfe Rivalen. Öl gibt es auch anderswo, doch wir in den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten haben es verstanden, das Vermögen aus diesem Bodenschatz sinnvoll einzusetzen, sagt der Publizist Mohamed Al Hammadi mitten in der Hochhauskulisse von Dubai. Die Ambitionen der Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate reichen schon bis ins Weltall. Sie haben sich in den USA und in Japan die Technologie für eine eigene Marssonde eingekauft. Auch ein Museum der Zukunft gibt es in Dubai schon. Al Hammadi nimmt es als Beweis, dass die Emirate stets fünfzig Jahre voraus dächten. «Wer solche Horizonte vor Augen hat, der will sich nicht in Konflikte verstricken», sagt der Publizist. Genau das freilich wird den Emiraten vorgeworfen: Dass sie nicht nur Wolkenkratzer und Luxushotels bauen, sondern sich mit ihren Ölmilliarden in der ganzen Region einmischen, bis zum Horn von Afrika Häfen aufkaufen, in der arabischen Welt Kriegsparteien unterstützen. Wie die Emirate so pumpte auch Katar im letzten Jahrzehnt Milliarden in Konfliktzonen der Region, zugunsten der Gegenseite. Katar finanziere Terroristen, sagten die Emirate und verlangten vom widerspenstigen Nachbarn, dass er auf eine eigenständige Aussenpolitik verzichten und ganz auf den Kurs der andern Golfstaaten umschwenken solle. Katar dachte nicht daran. Und schon im Landeanflug auf die Hauptstadt Doha wird klar: so sieht kein Verlierer aus. Auch in Doha bestimmen Wolkenkratzer die Skyline, auch hier ist die Handschrift der Stararchitekten zu erkennen. Die Aussicht auf die Fussballweltmeisterschaft im nächsten Winter hat in Katar einen gewaltigen Bauboom ausgelöst. «Wir sind bereit, die Welt zu empfangen», sagt Mohammed Al Mulla vom staatlichen Organisationskomitee. Mit dem rund um den Globus beachteten Sportereignis will Katar sich selbst und der ganzen Welt die eigene Unverzichtbarkeit beweisen. (Erstausstrahlung: 30. April 2022)

    Tokyo Midtown presents The Lifestyle MUSEUM
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    Tokyo Midtown presents The Lifestyle MUSEUM

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 33:50 Very Popular


    8月5日OAのゲストは、水族館プロデューサーの中村元さんです。 鳥羽水族館や新江の島水族館、サンシャイン水族館、 北の大地の水族館など、日本各地の有名水族館の様々な展示開発や監修を手掛けられている中村さん。 プロデュースする上での基本コンセプトである「水塊(すいかい)」とは? 今や大人のエンターテインメント施設となった水族館のトレンドもたっぷり紹介していただきます。

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    The Art Angle
    How Virgil Abloh Changed the Contemporary Art World

    The Art Angle

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:58 Very Popular


    The world rarely sees a creative dynamo on the level of Virgil Abloh—or one harder to quantify. A trained architect, who was born to Ghanian immigrants and grew up in Chicago, he was best known as the visionary men's artistic director of Louis Vuitton (and the first person of color to hold that position)—the position he held when he died at 41 from a rare cancer. But his protean career began blazing long before that. A key early milestone? In 2009, Abloh interned at Fendi alongside rapper and fashion designer Kanye West—a relationship that led to Abloh later serving as the creative director for West's agency Donda. He founded the short-lived yet highly influential streetwear label Pyrex Vision in 2012, selling garments by other brands that he screen printed with his own label's name and elevated to eye-watering prices—a Duchampian gesture that combined appropriation, impeccable branding, and the kind of gleeful outsider-turned-insider humor that marked Abloh's career. In 2019, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago mounted the first museum exhibition dedicated to Abloh's work in “Figures of Speech,” a sprawling show that brought in twice the museums normal attendance and helped cement Abloh's legacy in the realm of fine art. Now on view now in Brooklyn, the show explores Abloh's luxury brand activations, perspectives on design and architecture, and collaborations with artists including Takashi Murakami, Jenny Holzer, and Rem Koolhaus. On this episode, Artnet News's brand editor William Van Meter spoke about the designer's work and legacy with Jian Deleon, the men's fashion and editorial director of Nordstrom, who collaborated with Abloh on one of his final projects—an capsule collection called New Concepts 18: Virgil Abloh Securities,

    Free Beer and Hot Wings: Free Clip of the Day
    A Mother & Son's Cat Figurine Museum

    Free Beer and Hot Wings: Free Clip of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 7:10


    On today's show, we met a mother and son duo who have a cat figurine museum. How did we start talking about space cats? You'll have to listen to find out. For the whole podcast, as well as a ton of other exclusive perks, sign up to be a Fancy Idiot at FreeBeerAndHotWings.com! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Traveling To Consciousness
    Catch Up With Clayton: Peru Travel Tips, New Foods Eaten, Bolivian Past Life, Coca Museum, Gate of The Gods Experience

    Traveling To Consciousness

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 45:17


    7/2722 - 8/2/22This was a wild week! There is a reason that it's the longest CUWC episode to date.Chapters:00:00 - Intro01:20 - Episode Overview03:41 - New Foods That I've Eaten07:47 - Train From Cusco To Puno09:07 - General Peru Notes13:11 - Nightmare At The Bolivian Boarder 20:19 - Past Life(s) In Bolivia32:54 - Museo de la Coca: The History And Nutrition of Coca leaves37:09 - Wild Gate of The Gods Experience in Hayu Marca, Peru44:04 - OutroClayton's LinksWebsite and App: https://www.travelingtoconsciousness.com/Master Link: http://linktr.ee/claytoncuteriSponsors: https://travelingtoconsciousness.com/article/133008Support The ShowConscious Monkey Membership: https://travelingtoconsciousness.com/accessPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/claytoncuteriSupport the show

    All the Hacks
    Hosting Cocktail Parties, Building Relationships, Museum Hacks and Friends Newsletters with Nick Gray

    All the Hacks

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 64:30 Very Popular


    #68: Entrepreneur and author, Nick Gray joins Chris to discuss his mission to get people to host more parties, make connections, build friendships, and live a richer life. They delve into why Nick thinks name tags and icebreakers are non-negotiable for parties and get a complete run-through of everything you need to do to make your next cocktail party easy and effortless. Nick also shares all the museum tricks and tips he picked up while running Museum Hack, the multi-million dollar renegade museum tour company he founded and recently sold.Nick Gray (@nickgraynews) is an entrepreneur, investor, author, and founder of Museum Hack. His new book is “The 2-Hour Cocktail Party” How to Build Big Relationships with Small Gatherings.” Full show notes at: https://allthehacks.com/cocktail-parties-nick-grayView on YouTube: https://youtu.be/250NrAu7IEwPartner DealsMasterworks: VIP access to skip the waitlistVuori: 20% off the most comfortable performance apparel I've ever wornBlockFi: Exclusive bonus of up to $250 freeTrustworthy: 20% off The Family Operating System® Selected Links From The EpisodeConnect with Nick Gray: Website | Blog | TwitterNick's Resources:How to Host a Party WebsiteThe 2-Hour Cocktail Party: WebsiteThe 2-Hour Cocktail Party: AmazonHow to Host a Clothing SwapHow to Plan a Networking EventHow to Host a Happy HourIf I Had $10 Million Dollars, How Would I Live Differently?Music Playlist for Cocktail PartiesResources Mentioned: The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It MattersMixilyPartifulChris' go-to lemon ricotta pancake recipeCapital One Cultivist Deal Academy of SciencesThe Apollo CircleMetropolitan Museum of Art's Young Patron's Program Bank of America Museum DealdeYoung MuseumAirBnb ExperiencesHow Nick Gray Sold Museum Hack PodcastNick's Favorite:MuseumsMetropolitan Museum of Art (Take the entrance on 81st St to skip the lines)Legion of Honor National Gallery of Art New York City RecommendationsNew York City's Central Park (Picnic at Sheep Meadow)Washington Square Park Scott's Pizza Tour Full Show NotesNick Gray, author of “The 2-Hour Cocktail Party” How to Build Big Relationships with Small Gatherings”  explains the benefits of regularly hosting events [2:02]Advice about the best day of the week to host your cocktail party, the ideal duration, and who to invite [3:02]How to get 80% of the benefit with only 20% of the work of a dinner party and ideal number of guests to invite [5:42]Nick gives step-by-step invitation information and tips about hosting a party with kids  [8:01]Information to put on your event page and two unique features Nick includes for all of his parties [18:55]What to serve at your cocktail party, the NICK party formula [20:47]How to get people to leave when the party is over [21:55]Choosing the perfect music streaming channel and types of cocktails to serve [23:11] The reason Nick doesn't serve beer [25:11] Three parts of an icebreaker, examples, and how to use them during your cocktail party [29:08]The schedule and formula to use when sending reminder messages to your guests [37:08]Asking for feedback after your cocktail party [36:56]Advanced level party planning: Organizing a book or clothing swap [39:34]How to run a good icebreaker [40:55]Leading a party with generous authority [42:33]What people come away with after a successful cocktail party [43:34]Nick's Museum Hack business [44:35]How to experience a museum for the first time and avoid gallery fatigue [46:42]Nick's museum recommendations [50:55]Tips for getting good deals at museums [51:42]How to find a tour when visiting new locations [1:00:42]Selling a business using seller financing [1:01:54]Writing a quarterly newsletter (Life Updates) to your friends [1:04:01]Nick's favorite New York City recommendations [1:06:04]Where to find Nick Gray online [1:07:44] SponsorsTrustworthyTrustworthy is a secure online service that helps modern families protect, organize, and optimize their important information — ID's, Money, Property, Passwords, Insurance, Taxes, Legal, Emergency Instructions and the Family Archive. Trustworthy gives you a system of record for all your family information and lets you share it with loved ones, collaborate with trusted professionals like your accountant or wealth advisor and helps you keep everything up to date and on track so you never have to pay a late fee or penalty again.So if you want to set up your Family Operating System and be prepared for all of life's moments you can get 20% off and a free 14-day trial at allthehacks.com/trustworthy MasterworksMasterworks is an alternative investing platform that gives you access to one of the most exclusive and overlooked investments in history: blue-chip art. Masterworks lets regular people invest in paintings by legends like Banksy, Basquiat and Warhol without spending millions. I've now used masterworks to invest 14 different paintings, including a 15 million dollar Picasso.Here's how it works: Masterworks will buy a painting they think will appreciate well over time, then they securitize that painting with the SEC, so you can invest in it instead of buying the whole thing. Once they sell the painting, later on, you get your share of the proceeds. It's that simple. They've offered over 100 paintings so far and the three that have sold realized a net annualized gain over 30% per work. They have over 280,000 users and demand is as high as ever. All the Hacks has partnered with them to give you all priority access by going to allthehacks.com/masterworks(see important disclosures at masterworks.io/cd) VuoriVuori is a new and fresh perspective on performance apparel. Perfect if you are sick and tired of traditional, old workout gear. Everything is designed to work out in, but doesn't look or feel like it. The product is incredibly versatile and can be used for just about any activity like running, training, swimming, yoga; but also great for lounging or weekend errands.To get the most comfortable and versatile clothing on the planet with 20% off your first purchase (plus free shipping on any US order over $75 and free returns) visit allthehacks.com/vuori BlockFiThis episode is brought to you by BlockFi. If you're interested in Crypto, BlockFi is one of the best ways to get started, letting you easily buy, sell and store your crypto assets. After signing up and linking your bank account, you can instantly trade a variety of cryptocurrencies and store them all in a secure wallet that lets you control and transfer your holdings however you want. You can also set up recurring transfers so you can dollar cost average your crypto investments over time.Or if you want another way to put your crypto investing on autopilot, there's the BlockFi Crypto Rewards Credit Card. While 1.5% cash back isn't the best in the market, that cash back is automatically invested into Bitcoin, Ethereum or whatever cryptocurrency you want. If you want to check out BlockFi, you can get an exclusive bonus of up to $250 free when you sign at allthehacks.com/blockfi Connect with All the HacksAll the Hacks: Newsletter | Website | Facebook | EmailChris Hutchins: Twitter | Instagram | Website | LinkedIn

    Ear Snacks
    Bubbles! (It's ephemeral, kid.)

    Ear Snacks

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 28:10 Very Popular


    Pop! Welcome to a very floaty episode of Ear Snacks in which Andrew & Polly (literally) get into bubbles. Come ponder the nature of glistening spheres, learn the science of surface tension and explore the wonders of Bubble Planet at Kidspace Children's Museum, and wax poetic about the joy of sharing bubbles with our effortlessly effervescent pal, Mista Cookie Jar -- who helps us make a brand new song, “Like a Bubble!" Thanks to Kaya, Kali, Kieran, Vada & Shai (who made some bubble art for this episode) for sharing what they know about bubbles! To learn more or to be on the show, visit earsnacks.org and special thanks to our amazing new Patreon supporters Winona, Margot, Gussy, & Theo family! To support the work we do, join us at patreon.com/earsnacks Thanks to editor extraordinaire Allyson Holley for helping us make this episode, as well as musicians Bruno Serroni (cello), Davi Mello (cavaquino), Jon-Paul Frappier (trumpet), Chris Bonner (bass) and Chris Barber (drums) for bringing our original music to life. And as always, thank YOU for listening -- it means a lot. Need more snacks? Connect with us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or TikTok!

    5 Minutes in Church History with Stephen Nichols

    Each translation of the Bible has a unique history of its own. Today on our journey back through the archives, Dr. Stephen Nichols visits the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC, to take a look at the history of the English Bible. Read the transcript: https://www.5minutesinchurchhistory.com/349-the-king-james-bible/ A donor-supported outreach of Ligonier Ministries. Donate: https://www.5minutesinchurchhistory.com/donate/