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Ringer Dish
Nancy Jo Sales Remembers Her Iconic Story, "Leo, Prince of the City"

Ringer Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 59:15


Juliet Litman is joined by author Nancy Jo Sales to revisit her iconic 1998 New York Magazine profile of Leonardo DiCaprio. They talk about how difficult it was to get Leo to talk to her for the story (1:00), why the article has had such a lasting impact (16:05), and how celebrity journalism has changed since she wrote it (40:11). Host: Juliet Litman Guest: Nancy Jo Sales Producers: Kaya McMullen and Mike Wargon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Otherppl with Brad Listi
779. Austin Kleon

Otherppl with Brad Listi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 74:19


Austin Kleon is the New York Times bestselling author of a trilogy of books on creativity in the digital age, including Steal Like an Artist—now celebrating its 10th year in print—Show Your Work!, and Keep Going. Kleon is also the author of Newspaper Blackout, a collection of poems made by redacting the newspaper with a permanent marker. His books have been translated into dozens of languages and have sold over a million copies worldwide. He's been featured on NPR's Morning Edition, PBS Newshour, and in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. New York Magazine called his work “brilliant,” The Atlantic called him “positively one of the most interesting people on the Internet,” and The New Yorker said his poems “resurrect the newspaper when everybody else is declaring it dead.” He speaks for organizations such as Pixar, Google, SXSW, TEDx, and The Economist. In previous lives, he worked as a librarian, a web designer, and an advertising copywriter. He lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and sons. Visit him online at www.austinkleon.com. *** Otherppl with Brad Listi is a weekly literary podcast featuring in-depth interviews with today's leading writers. Launched in 2011. Books. Literature. Writing. Publishing. Authors. Screenwriters. Etc. Available where podcasts are available: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, etc. Subscribe to Brad Listi's email newsletter. Support the show on Patreon Merch @otherppl Instagram  YouTube Email the show: letters [at] otherppl [dot] com The podcast is a proud affiliate partner of Bookshop, working to support local, independent bookstores. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Culture Gabfest
Culture Gabfest: Elvis, Please Leave the Building

Culture Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 60:47


This week, the panel begins by experiencing Baz Luhrmann's new biopic Elvis with Slate's pop critic, author, and media professor, Jack Hamilton. Then, the panel goes on the run with the new FX series The Old Man. Finally, the panel discusses the viral article on cancel culture from New York Magazine's website The Cut, titled “Canceled at 17.” In Slate Plus, the panel divulges what they're actually excited about. Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: A movie Dana just reviewed for Slate, Marcel the Shell With Shoes On. Julia: A fortified endorsement of a previous Gabfest segment, Abbott Elementary.  Steve: An essay by Hannah Zeavin for n+1 Magazine titled, “Unfree Associations.” Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Nadira Goffe. Outro music is "Forbidden Love" by OTE. Slate Plus members get ad-free podcasts, a bonus segment in each episode of the Culture Gabfest, full access to Slate's journalism on Slate.com, and more. Sign up now at slate.com/cultureplus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
Culture Gabfest: Elvis, Please Leave the Building

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 60:47


This week, the panel begins by experiencing Baz Luhrmann's new biopic Elvis with Slate's pop critic, author, and media professor, Jack Hamilton. Then, the panel goes on the run with the new FX series The Old Man. Finally, the panel discusses the viral article on cancel culture from New York Magazine's website The Cut, titled “Canceled at 17.” In Slate Plus, the panel divulges what they're actually excited about. Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: A movie Dana just reviewed for Slate, Marcel the Shell With Shoes On. Julia: A fortified endorsement of a previous Gabfest segment, Abbott Elementary.  Steve: An essay by Hannah Zeavin for n+1 Magazine titled, “Unfree Associations.” Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Nadira Goffe. Outro music is "Forbidden Love" by OTE. Slate Plus members get ad-free podcasts, a bonus segment in each episode of the Culture Gabfest, full access to Slate's journalism on Slate.com, and more. Sign up now at slate.com/cultureplus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In My Heart with Heather Thomson

Rona Berg is the Editorial Director of Organic Spa Media. She is the former Editorial Director of ELLE, Deputy Style Editor for the New York Times Magazine, Contributing Editor to SPA Magazine and Advisory Board member of SHAPE for her expertise in health and wellness. She is a longtime journalist, digital content director and best-selling author of Beauty: The New Basics and Fast Beauty: 1000 Quick Fixes. She has been cited as an industry expert in spa, wellness and travel by Huffington Post, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, New York Magazine, The Daily Mail, and more, and has written for over 100 publications. She has worked to advance global wellness initiatives. Berg has visited and reviewed hundreds if not thousands of spas around the globe. Fabric: Apply today. Go to www.meetfabric.com/INMYHEART Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
Post-Roe America: Politics, Privacy, and the Court

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 53:11


Kara talks to three experts about the fallout from Dobbs v Jackson. First, Irin Carmon, Senior Correspondent at New York Magazine, joins to discuss the immediate impact on the front lines, Then, Amy Kapczynski, Professor of Law at Yale Law School, walks us through what may be next for SCOTUS. Finally, Evan Greer, Director of Fight for the Future, joins to discuss the fallout for tech and privacy. You can find Irin at @irin on Twitter, Amy at @akapczynski, and Evan at @evan_greer. Amy's blog can be found here, and New York Magazine's Abortion Guide can be found here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Daily Zeitgeist
Fox News Vape Lords, Mainstream Media Leans Right 6.24.22

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 56:29


Jack and Miles are joined by writer/actor/comedian Jacquis Neal to discuss Fox News caping for Big Vape, the Trumps' vanity and arrogance coming back to bite them in the ass in an upcoming documentary, the mainstream media not being as "left leaning" as it seems and plenty more! 1. Sean Hannity = Vape Lord 2. 'Unprecedented' doc is of interest to 1/6 committee 3. The problem with NY Mag's "Cancelled Teen" LISTEN: Rex Orange County - ONE IN A MILLION See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Seniority Authority
Wisdom on Aging from New York Times The New Old Age Columnist, Paula Span

Seniority Authority

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 52:08


Episode 36: Paula Span is a former Washington Post reporter and teaches at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalists. Her work has appeared in The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Enquirer, New York Magazine, Washingtonian, Glamour, Esquire, USA Today, and many more. She's the author of the new Audible book, The Bubbe Diaries, as well as When The Time Comes: Families with Aging Parents Share Their Struggles and Solutions. Links:Check out The Bubbe Diaries on Audible Reading List:When The Time Comes: Families with Aging Parents Share Their Struggles and Solutions by Paula Span What's Next?What are your views, comments or questions on how grandparenting is changing?  Share them with us at info@seniorityauthority.org! Stay Connected:Cathleen ToomeyLinkedIn:Cathleen ToomeyWebsite:Seniority AuthorityFacebook:Seniority AuthorityInstagram:seniorityauthoritySubscribe to our podcast + download each episode on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.

Front Burner
Crypto is crashing. Why?

Front Burner

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 24:27


After many months of hype, the cryptocurrency market is crashing. Last week, the trading and lending platform Celsius Network paused all withdrawals, citing extreme market conditions. Another trading platform, Coinbase, laid off nearly 20 per cent of its workforce warning of a potential extended "crypto winter." Some $2 trillion in value has been wiped out. Today, how that wipeout has been felt by one cryptocurrency investor. Plus, an explanation of why this crash is happening now, and what could be next, from New York Magazine business and economics reporter Kevin Dugan.

The Writing Coach Podcast with Rebecca L. Weber
WCP184 Human rights reporting with Sara Cincurova

The Writing Coach Podcast with Rebecca L. Weber

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 43:30


Sara Cincurova is a freelance human rights journalist from Slovakia, focusing on migration, conflict, human rights, humanitarian issues, and women's rights. She has written for The Guardian, BBC News, The New York Magazine, Al Jazeera English, Der Spiegel, Foreign Policy, The HuffPost, The New Humanitarian, Women's Media Center and many more. Sara extensively covered the conflict in eastern Ukraine since 2014 and reported from Kharkiv and other cities in Ukraine as of  February 24, 2022. She has reported from more than twenty countries, and investigated issues such as sexualized violence against women dissidentents in Venezuelan prisons, violence against pregnant refugees in Libyan detention centers, women who were forced to cross the Mediterranean during pregnancy, forced sterilizations of transgender people in Slovakia, and investigated how domestic abuse impacted disabled victims in Covid times.  In this episode, Sara shares: How pitching, reporting, and writing stories that matter differs for smaller and larger reaching publications Challenges of being embedded on a search-and-rescue vessel in the Mediterranean as a journalist on board, and participated in the rescue of 408 refugees Follwing up with pregnant refugees, documenting what happened to them and their babies Using deep reporting for multiple outlets Interviewing sources about prior and current trauma Establishing safety and the importance of authenticity when reporting on a humanitarian crisis Desire to share the truth and protect others Working as a freelancer when war broke out 

Fempower Health
Perimenopause: Common Symptoms & How to Treat Them | Dr. Alyssa Dweck

Fempower Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 49:40


Dr. Alyssa Dweck, a practicing gynecologist and the Chief Medical Officer of Bonafide, speaks with Fempower Health on the following about common symptoms of perimenopause and menopause: What are the stages of perimenopause and menopause? How to know if you are in perimenopause or have another underlying condition? Which are the common symptoms of perimenopause? What are the treatments for common symptoms? Is it normal to bleed when you are in menopause? How to find a menopause expert? “Not all OB GYNs want to or are trained to or at the stages of their careers where they are seeing so many menopausal patients.  My field has split into obstetrics and gynecology and surgery and sexual health and menopause experts are almost sub-specialists.” - Dr Alyssa Dweck Resources: Perimenopause & Menopause Playlist on Spotify Curated resources Find the right doctor   If you liked this episode and you're feeling generous, don't forget to leave a review on iTunes or Spotify! And be sure to: Follow Fempower Health on Instagram for updates and tips. Tell 2-3 of your friends about this episode!   **The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for information purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor.  Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. Additionally, the views expressed by the Fempower Health podcast guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent.** **Contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links** More about Dr. Alyssa Dweck Dr. Alyssa Dweck is a practicing gynecologist and the Chief Medical Officer of Bonafide. She is an Ob/Gyn for over 25 years with a special interest in menopausal health and training in female sexual health.  Dr. Dweck is the co-author of three books - including The Complete A to Z for V - and has appeared on The Today Show and Good Day LA.  She contributes regularly to multiple prints and online media outlets.  She has been voted “Top Doctor” in New York Magazine and Westchester Magazine. When she's not helping women improve their health, Dr. Dweck enjoys time with her husband, two sons, and “girly” English Bulldog.  She is an avid runner and sports car enthusiast.

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
David Frankel on 'Jerry & Marge Go Large'

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 61:44


Larry weighs in on his promo week appearances on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, New York Magazine, and the HypochondriActor podcast in support of his role in the movie "Jerry & Marge Go Large' while also looking forward to his many projects coming up later in the year. He's then joined by Emmy and Oscar-winning director David Frankel to talk about his new film 'Jerry & Marge Go Large' and they start their discussion by giving a synopsis of the movie and explaining the rules of the 'Windfall' lottery game that lies at the heart of the plot.(13:00) They then examine David's film making process, his relationship with his DP Maryse Alberti, and Bryan Cranston's involvement with the development of the film.(23:00) David then details how he got started in the film industry and his philosophy on directing TV shows versus feature films.(34:18). David and Larry end the pod by debating the future of movies on the big screen after the pandemic and projects they hope to create in the future.(41:30) Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: David Frankel Producer: Chris Sutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

More Than A Hemline
14: How to Navigate Body Image Struggles ft. Gaby Grossman

More Than A Hemline

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 40:43


Gaby Grossman, Manager of Podcast Productions at New York Magazine, joins us in sharing her personal journey and experience with body image. From how to cultivate a long term and sustainable healthy mindset to mantras and affirmations that help when you're down, this episode is packed with major takeaways including Gaby's guide to the best brands in size inclusive fashion.

Forcing Function Hour
Nick Gray: Throwing Great Parties

Forcing Function Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 71:29


Nick is the author of The 2-Hour Cocktail Party, a step-by-step handbook that teaches you how to build big relationships by hosting small gatherings. Nick started and sold two successful companies and over 75,000 people have watched his TEDx talk about why he hates most museums. He's been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and New York Magazine called him a host of “culturally significant parties." Nick has hosted literally hundreds of cocktail parties all around the world while developing his simple system for being a great host. If you want to expand your network, make deeper connections, and create fun and memorable experiences with interesting people, you're going to love this conversation. For the video, transcript, and show notes, visit https://forcingfunctionhour.com/nick-gray (forcingfunctionhour.com/nick-gray).

The New Abnormal
Trump Lied, and Pence Could Have Died

The New Abnormal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 43:00


The New Abnormal hosts recorded late, after the Jan. 6 committee's latest blockbuster hearing, where, co-host Andy Levy says, “We found out today that the mob in the capital came within 40 feet of [Vice President Pence] at one point while they were transporting him to the secure location. That sounds pretty terrifying considering, we have to remember, this is the mob that was chanting “Hang Mike Pence.'”Later, co-host Molly Jong Fast says,”I feel like the top line is when did the president know and what did he know it? He knew it, and he still tried to do it.” Indeed, says senior NBC News politics reporter and co-author of Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency, “I think that it may be a mistake to look at anything that happened as particularly accidental. I'm always sort of torn a little bit when I talk to voters who are kind of like Jan. 6 deniers, because I think most of them aren't denying that Trump was trying to hold power. I think they're denying that it was bad.”Plus, Daily Beast and New York Magazine contributing writer Jay Michaelson breaks down the Ginni Thomas-John Eastman mess: “If this is not an impeachable offense for a Supreme court justice if what we've come out in evidence is true” then what would be? “This is the most impeachable offense I've ever seen in my entire life. I mean, this is not a gray area case. This is unbelievable.… John Eastman, one of the somewhat more crazy lawyers who tried to overturn the 2020 election said at one point that there seems to be a heated fight underway among the justices. And that's interesting. I don't know how he actually knew that, but now it seems that he knew that from actually being in touch with Ginni Thomas, the wife of one of the justices,” Clarence Thomas, “who is also a well-known conservative activist.” And, “if true, disclosing secret, confidential, and to put it mildly, highly sensitive deliberations of the Supreme Court justices to somebody who he knows—his wife—is closely involved with the effort to overturn the election. And it's fine that they have separate careers and they have separate lives. That's fine. But you know, Molly, if I disclose this to you, we don't have to be married for me to realize that that would probably be a problem, right? That disclosing to somebody with a close degree of not just interest but actual active participation in this effort, which is overturning an election, right, which is trying to mount some sort of a coup. So even if this was some boring insurance transaction that we were involved in, this would be a massive violation of judicial ethics. And the fact that it took place in the context of Jan. 6 is beyond shocking.”  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mother's Quest Podcast
Ep 90: Different is not Deficient with Normal Sucks Author Jonathan Mooney

Mother's Quest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 53:10


Welcome to this year's special Father's Day episode with Jonathan Mooney, an amazing father who is also a dyslexic writer, speaker, activist, and self-described “do-gooder.” Jonathan didn't learn to read until he was 12-years-old, was told he would be a high school dropout, and end up in jail.   But, instead, he forged a path to Brown University where he co-founded an organization and co-wrote a book to help neurodivergent students like himself succeed in college, all on the way to graduating with an honors degree in English. He's since become a champion for neurological and physical diversity for more than two decades, and his award-winning advocacy projects have been featured in major media outlets including the New York Times and Los Angeles Times, HBO, NPR, Fast company, and many others.In this episode, Jonathan goes deep and wide about the pervasive impact of institutionalized and cultural ableism and his quest to help himself and others with differences understand they are not deficient. We hear the powerful story of Jonathan's own mother and how she inspired him to reframe his language and his thinking about his differences. And Jonathan walks us through how systemic change can not only make our world more inclusive for people with differences, but through universal design, make things better for everyone. You'll want to listen to this episode with a pen and paper, prepare to rewind and listen again, and then get ready for a part two with Jonathan and my neurodivergent son Ryan. He's off to college in the fall and eager to learn from Jonathan, not only about how he can thrive but also about how he can use his voice for advocacy and help make his university more inclusive for all. I hope you enjoy this first of two with Jonathan Mooney and have a wonderful Father's Day!   More About Jonathan:   Jonathan Mooney is a dyslexic writer and activist who did not learn to read until he was 12 years old. He is a graduate of Brown University and holds an honors degree in English Literature. At Brown, he became the co-founder of Project Eye-To-Eye, a widely duplicated mentoring program for disabled students. He is also a winner of the prestigious Truman Scholarship for graduate studies in creative writing and education and was a national finalist for the Rhodes scholarship.Jonathan Mooney's work has been featured in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, USA Today, HBO, NPR, ABC News, New York Magazine, The Washington Post, and The Boston Globe. A nationally recognized advocate for neurological and physical diversity, he's been speaking across the nation about neurological and physical diversity for two decades, inspiring those who live with differences and calling for change. He has published three books: The Short Bus, Learning Outside the Lines, and Normal Sucks.   Connect with Jonathan:   • Website | jonathanmooney.com • LinkedIn | Jonathan Mooney • Twitter | @_JonathanMooney Topics Discussed in this Episode: • Gratitude for past podcast guest Julie Lythcott-Haims who introduced me and my neurodivergent son Ryan to Jonathan's latest book and inspired this episode.  • Jonathan's mission to help youth who are different not to feel deficient. • How a response from Jonathan's mother the day he was diagnosed inspired his book's title Normal Sucks. • Jonathan's square peg in a round hole experience as a child, struggling with dyslexia and ADD, and how he changed his paradigm. • The question Jonathan asks himself every day that helps him challenge the myth of human sameness as he parents his three boys. • The heroic work of trying to extricate ourselves from our society's embedded institutionalized and cultural ableism. • The problem with accommodation for some models and the power of accommodations for all approaches through universal design. • Moving the onus of change from the individual to the system around us • A story about Dave Cole, a fellow transfer student at Brown University, who taught Jonathan the power of being authentic.  • Jonathan's commitment to building community pride for people who are neurodivergent and the organization Eye to Eye he co-created with Dave Cole in college with this mission. • The letter Jonathan writes to his boys in his book that had me in tears as we closed the episode • Stay tuned for a special Part Two conversation with Jonathan and Ryan, who is headed to university in the fall, about how to support neurodivergent students in college.    Resources Mentioned:   • Jonathan's Books and Normal Sucks: How to Live, Learn, and Thrive Outside the Lines • Embracing Neurodiversity and Being an Adult with Julie Lythcott-Haims and Ryan Neale • Ep 26: Surrender and Embracing Difference with Debbie Reber of TILT Parenting for “Differently-Wired” Kids • Eye to Eye: A Mentoring, Advocacy, and Movement Building Organization by Jonathan Mooney This Episode's Challenge: ​​The judges of normality are present everywhere Jonathan says. Jonathan's journey of thriving came because somebody, Dave Cole, wouldn't fake being normal. Jonathan's challenge to us is to stop faking normal. Celebrate every day and in every person the power of different. This Episode is dedicated by: Briary Harvey    As a storyteller and systems witch for more than a decade, Briar has helped so many people figure out what their next step is, and how to take life as it comes. With her first book underway, she still continues to write about business, productivity, feminism, trauma, and mental health in her own little corner of the internet.   Connect with Briar:   • Website | briarharvey.com • Facebook | Briar Harvey • Instagram | @thebriarharvey • LinkedIn | Briar Harvey Mother's Quest is a podcast for moms who are ready to live a truly E.P.I.C. life. Join in for intimate conversations with a diverse group of inspiring mothers as they share how they are living an E.P.I.C. life, Engaging mindfully with their children (E), Passionately and Purposefully making a difference beyond their family (P), Investing in themselves (I), and Connecting to a strong support network (C). Join our community of mothers to light the way and sustain you on your quest at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mothersquest/

Snap Judgment
Roommate Wanted

Snap Judgment

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 34:05


Brian's desperate for cash, until a random ghost writer answers his Craigslist ad for a roommate. Now, he's about to get more drama than he ever imagined. BIG thanks to Brian Boucher for sharing his story with Snap! Brian wrote about this experience in New York Magazine titled “My Roommate, The Diamond Thief.” Read more about it. Produced by Bo Walsh, original score by Dirk Schwarzhoff, artwork by Teo Ducot Season 13 - Episode 28

The Journey of Pursuit - Stories and Strategies to Empower Creative Millennial Entrepreneurs
Lissette Calveiro - Helping Others Influence with Impact & Realize How Powerful Their Story Is | Ep. 49

The Journey of Pursuit - Stories and Strategies to Empower Creative Millennial Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 47:12


Can you really influence with impact? Is going viral good or bad? What about the algorithm? Today's guest will answer that and more for ya! Lissette is a Latina digital entrepreneur living between Denver & New York City as an influencer marketing consultant to Fortune 500 brands, social media content creator, and business coach for influencers & personal brands looking to master social media from a more human lens. Her decade-long expertise as both influencer marketer and creator has been featured across publications including Business Insider, New York Magazine, CNBC, and Good Morning America; and as a featured speaker on the stages of Create & Cultivate's Small Business Summit and Later Media's #LaterCon.  She was named a Top 10 Social Media Coach by Yahoo!, and received a Shorty Award for her influencer campaign work. Follow Lissette: IG || Website Instagram:  @drealopz / @thejourneyofpursuit Interested in Lissette's Mastermind: get $100 dollars off by DMing me "$100" to @drealopz  Work With Me: contact@andrealopezmusic.com Show Notes / Take Aways: www.drealopez.com/journal/ep49 My Website: www.drealopez.com Newsletter Sign Up

Bad Faith
Episode 185 - Is "Wokeness" Killing the Left? (w/ Freddie DeBoer & Pascal Robert)

Bad Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 67:59


Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock our full premium episode library: http://patreon.com/badfaithpodcast    Last week, Sam Adler-Bell's provocative New York Magazine piece on the problem with contemporary "wokeness" discourse launched a thousand Twitter threads and response pieces. Many were critical, but does he have a point? Is there something toxic about how resistant some on the left are to talking to people who don't already agree with us? And if the goal is to reach a wider audience, doesn't that require us to use different language than we do when preaching to the choir? At what point does changing our language implicate the underlying morals and values? And does abandoning woke language mean abandoning the populations it's meant to serve? Pascal Robert of This is Revolution & Freddie deBoer of his eponymous blog join Briahna to talk Lizzo's lyric change, that NPR tweet about "menstruating people," the viral "What Is a Woman" film, and more. Subscribe to Bad Faith on YouTube for video of this episode. Find Bad Faith on Twitter (@badfaithpod) and Instagram (@badfaithpod). Produced by Armand Aviram. Theme by Nick Thorburn (@nickfromislands).

Disrupted
The podcasting market is bigger than ever. Where does it go from here?

Disrupted

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 49:00


Podcasting used to be a niche hobby for internet bloggers. Now, companies like Spotify, Amazon and Sirius XM dominate the industry. This week, we look at the rapid growth and commercialization of podcasting and how it's shaping our culture. We'll hear about a podcast studio that centers its work on diverse and undeserved communities. And a look at the role podcasters played in spreading fake news ahead of the January 6th insurrection. GUESTS: Nick Quah: Podcast Critic for Vulture and New York Magazine. He's also the founder of Hot Pod, a trade publication about the industry Paulina Velasco: Managing Producer at LWC Studios Valerie Wirtschafter: Senior data analyst in the Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies Initiative at the Brookings Institution   Disrupted is produced by James Szkobel-Wolff and Catie Talarski See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Architecture, Design & Photography
Ep: 066 - Architecture Unbound // Joseph Giovannini

Architecture, Design & Photography

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 83:56


Architecture Unbound // Joseph Giovannini.  In this episode of Architecture, Design & Photography we sit down with writer and design-firm owner Joseph Giovannini, whose latest book is Architecture Unbound: A Century of the Disruptive Avant-Garde (Rizzoli, 2021). In it, Joseph examines the influence of twentieth-century avant-garde movements on the contemporary architectural landscape through the work of “disruptors” such as Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, and Zaha Hadid. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in criticism three times, Joseph has written thousands of articles on architecture, design, and urbanism for The New York Times, Art in America, Architect Magazine, The New York Review of Books, and Vanity Fair, among others. He has served as the architecture critic for New York Magazine, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, and Los Angeles Review of Books. Joseph was a staff reporter for The New York Times, to which he still contributes. A Yale graduate, Joseph also has an M.A. in French Language and Literature from Middlebury College, earned through studies at the Sorbonne, and an M.Arch from Harvard's Graduate School of Design. He has taught studios, mostly in graduate programs, at Columbia University, Pratt Institute, Southern California Institute of Architecture, University of California, Los Angeles, University of Southern California, University of Innsbruck, and Harvard University, the Carpenter Center. Joseph has won several grants from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts; from Furthermore, a branch of New York's JM Kaplan Fund, and from the NEA.Trained as an architect, Joseph heads his own design firm, Giovannini Associates. Published projects have appeared in Architectural Digest, Los Angeles Times Magazine, A + U, Domus, House & Garden, GA Houses, Architekur und Wohnen, Sites, Interior Design, and The New York Times. Born in Los Angeles, Joseph lives in New York City with his wife and daughter.  More from Joseph Giovannini Architecture Unbound: https://www.rizzoliusa.com/book/9780847858798Website: https://www.giovanninidesign.com

Price of Avocado Toast
Episode 091: Defining A Cult + If Dave Ramsey Could Be One Featuring Dr. Natalie Feinblatt

Price of Avocado Toast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 34:34


On today's episode, Dr. Natalie Feinblatt, nationally recognized cult recovery psychologist, joins the podcast to discuss the cult-like nature of Dave Ramsey and his evangelical personal financial empire, Ramsey Solutions (The Lampo Group, LLC). Dr. Feinblatt explores cults from NXIVM and The Children of God to Scientology and “therapeutic” boarding schools. She has been featured on A&E's Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, NBC, New York Magazine and more. She is a Los Angeles native with her Master's and Doctorate in Psychology from Pepperdine University. She specializes in compassionate addiction and trauma therapy. Connect with today's guest, Dr. Natalie Feinblatt, @healingwithdrnatalie on Instagram or through her website at https://drnataliefeinblatt.com If you liked today's episode, you definitely need to listen to last week's episode, episode 90, with Amy Fritz. Make sure you are subscribed so you don't miss next week's season two finale.  Connect with our co-host, Vee, @veefrugalfox on Instagram __________________________________________ Disclaimer:  Price of Avocado Toast podcast is marketed as and in fact is “one man's opinion.” This show is not nor should anything said on it be construed as “legal, tax, or financial advice.” If you make investing or legal decisions after listening to this show it is recommended that you consult a qualified professional first. If you don't, the decision is yours and yours alone. __________________________________________ If you're interested in talking with Haley in further depth about your financial situation, schedule a free consultation here to see if financial coaching is right for you. Schedule free consultation here We want talk with YOU about your highs and your lows so we can normalize conversations about money with normal people. If you are interested in chatting with us and telling your story, or asking us questions, please reach out! Send us an email haley@priceofavocadotoast.com or reach out on Instagram @priceofavocadotoast Do you have a question for us or suggestions for future episodes? Check out our website, linktr.ee/thepriceofavocadotoast, where you can leave us feedback regarding what YOU want to hear more of! You can also email us at haley@priceofavocadotoast.com Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Music and producing done by Bearcatshark. Follow @bearcatshark on Instagram! Music available on all streaming platforms.   

The Brian Lehrer Show
The Saudis 'Sportwash' Golf

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 14:05


Will Leitch, contributing editor at New York Magazine, columnist at MLB.com, and founding editor of Deadspin, talks about the LIV Golf International Tour, Saudi Arabia's so-called "sportswashing," and what it might mean for the future of golf.

Out of the Fog with Karen Hager
Out of the Fog: Energy Medicine for Doctors and Patients with Raven Keyes

Out of the Fog with Karen Hager

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 34:00


What is Medical Reiki? Surgeons and doctors know there is some “other thing” that contributes to their patients' healing, but often don't know what that is. Raven Keyes will share how using this practice activates the body's natural ability to heal itself, while restoring energy lost during illness, injury, or chronic disease. Raven Keyes is an internationally recognized Reiki Master Teacher who has worked with surgeons and other health professionals for many years. She is the author of the award-winning book The Healing Power of Reiki, and she was named best Reiki Master in New York by New York Magazine. She is the founder of Medical Reiki International. Her new book is Medical Reiki: A Ground-Breaking Approach to Using Energy Medicine for Challenging Treatments. For more, visit her at RavenKeyesMedicalReiki.com.

Cabana Chats
Cabana Chats: On Motherhood & Writing, with Molly Caro May & Meaghan O'Connell

Cabana Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 51:30


This episode of Cabana Chats is a throwback to 2018, when Resort founder Catherine LaSota had a Skype conversation with writers Molly Caro May and Meaghan O'Connell to discuss the intersection of motherhood and writing. This conversation was recorded for a special episode of the LIC Reading Series podcast that never aired, and this is the first time it is reaching an audience! Molly Caro May is an author of two books, a teacher, and a holder of space. For 12+ years, she has facilitated personal story workshops for more than hundreds of people across the globe. She is trained in Somatic Experiencing and focuses on where language/voice and the animal body meet each other. Her mission is to democratize expression and explore, in good company, the healing alchemy between story and nervous system. In this conversation, we discuss her book Body Full of Stars: Female Rage and My Passage Into Motherhood. Meaghan O'Connell is currently the features editor at Romper, where she works on stories about being, becoming, or wanting to be a parent (or not). Before that she was a freelance writer for publications such as New York Magazine's The Cut, as well as co-editor of the personal finance website The Billfold. In this conversation, we discuss her book And Now We Have Everything: On Motherhood Before I Was Ready. Find out more about Molly here: https://www.mollycaromay.com Find out more about Meaghan here: http://www.meaghano.com Purchase Body Full of Stars here: https://bookshop.org/a/83344/9781640092075 Purchase And Now We Have Everything here: https://bookshop.org/a/83344/9780316393850 Join our free Resort community, full of resources and support for writers, here: https://community.theresortlic.com/ More information about The Resort can be found here: https://www.theresortlic.com/ You can find books for purchase by all of our Cabana Chats guests here: https://bookshop.org/lists/cabana-chats-podcast Cabana Chats is hosted by Resort founder Catherine LaSota. Our podcast editor is Jade Iseri-Ramos, and our music is by Pat Irwin. Special thanks to Resort assistant Nadine Santoro. FULL TRANSCRIPTS for Cabana Chats podcast episodes are available in the free Resort network: https://community.theresortlic.com/ Follow us on social media! @TheResortLIC

Kinda Cute
Kinda Cute - Ep. 131- Mushroom Allergy Girl Revisited, Is Nick Cannon Getting a Vasectomy?, & Zayn's Clapback

Kinda Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 35:09


Kinda Cute is a podcast about The Cut by New York Magazine and niche pop culture/internet culture.  On this week's ep: *Happy Pride Month! *A Jack Harlow x KFC review *In laws trying to kill their daughters in law with allergens—Mushroom Allergy Girl Revisited *Is this Zayn Malik's clapback to Liam Payne's Podcast Interview? *Cole Sprouse's b00ty *Britney is married! But what is Jason Alexander doing there? *Rebel Wilson has a girlfriend *Emma Roberts makes headlamps cool? Articles we discussed: https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/ask-polly-my-in-laws-are-careless-about-my-food-allergy.html   https://slate.com/human-interest/2012/03/poisoned-meals-my-mother-in-law-may-be-trying-to-make-me-sick.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/06/rebel-wilson-comes-out-on-instagram-with-her-girlfriend.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/06/britney-spears-sam-asghari-wedding.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/06/britney-spears-jason-alexander-crashed-wedding.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/06/nick-cannon-confirms-hes-expecting-more-kids-this-year.html Legit: miamisample.com https://neoncowboys.com/products/glow-mask I have an affiliate code Use code BAILEYFORE at checkout for 10% for a Neon Cowboys Code  YewYew Code: Cute pipes at yewyewshop.com/baileyevin Use code BAILEYEVIN for %15 off!  Logo by @dame.studio Music by Jordan Cooper: http://www.jordancoopermusic.com/  Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! or at https://ratethispodcast.com/kindacute Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@baileyevin YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AdncAo8wXIAR-WZq6Vbnw?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/baileyevin/ https://www.instagram.com/kindacutepodcast https://www.instagram.com/gurgipom xx, bailey evin The information discussed on this podcast does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice.

Money on the Left
Projections 5: In Social Medias Res

Money on the Left

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 19:35


In episode 5 of Projections, Will reflects on how recent editorial decisions at The Washington Post and New York Magazine have opened both institutions to public pressure and contestation during a period of right wing media campaigns against feminism and so-called "wokeness."Visit our Patreon page here: https://patreon.com/MoLsuperstructure…Music: “Lilac” from “This Would Be Funny If It Were Happening To Anyone But Me” EP by flirting.http://flirtingfullstop.bandcamp.comTwitter: @actualflirting

LEAVE YOUR MARK
Amy Odell Tells All in ANNA: The Biography, Uncovering the Complicated, Contradictory, and Surprising, Anna Wintour

LEAVE YOUR MARK

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 48:26


Amy Odell always knew she wanted to work in journalism. As a fashion and culture reporter, she has left her mark on countless publications, most notably New York Magazine's The Cut. But she got called to interview for a role at Vogue magazine during her time there. After an unsuccessful interview with the formidable Anna Wintour, she did not get the job. The truth was she probably wasn't right for it as fashion was still an industry she was trying to understand. But if someone would have told her then that she would end up writing ANNA: The Biography, the most comprehensive account of the life and reign of Anna Wintour years later, she would not have believed them. Because of my fashion background and experience with Anna, this episode turned into a very candid discussion covering the complexities of what it is like to work with Anna, who benefits from her loyalty, and who gets left in the dust when she decides that you're radioactive. Amy and I go deep into Anna's complicated and often controversial decisions, including the defense of the antisemitic John Galliano and Georgina Chapman during the height of the Harvey Weinstein #MeToo movement. Whatever you think you know about Anna Wintour, this book and episode will shed a different light on someone who has seized and held power for over 34 years and shows no signs of being dethroned any time soon.

The Story Collider
Prom Night: Stories from Proton Prom

The Story Collider

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 48:13


In this week's episode we're sharing some of the stories from our second annual fundraiser Proton Prom. Part 1: Comedian Josh Gondelman is terrified when he gets a call that his father doesn't remember there's an ongoing pandemic. Part 2: Growing up Ken Ono dreams of being anything but a mathematician. Part 3: As a teenager, Eric Jankowski is inspired when he meets his science heroes. Josh Gondelman is a writer and comedian who incubated in Boston before moving to New York City, where he currently lives and works as the head writer and an executive producer for Desus & Mero on Showtime. Previously, he spent five years at Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, first as a web producer and then as a staff writer where he earned four Emmy Awards, two Peabody Awards, and three WGA Awards. In 2016, Josh made his late night standup debut on Conan (TBS), and he has also performed on Late Night With Seth Meyers (NBC) and The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS). Gondelman is also the author of the essay collection Nice Try: Stories of Best Intentions and Mixed Results published September 2019 by Harper Perennial. And as of 2019, he has become a regular panelist on NPR mainstay Wait Wait Don't Tell Me. In Spring 2020, Gondelman launched his own podcast Make My Day, a comedy game show. And he was the co-creator of the popular Modern Seinfeld Twitter account. Josh's most recent album Dancing On a Weeknight came out in 2019 on Blonde Medicine Records. (His prior album Physical Whisper debuted in March of 2016 at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts (as well as #4 on the Billboard comedy chart). Offstage, Gondelman is also the co-author (along with Joe Berkowitz) of the book You Blew It, published October 2015 by Plume. In the past, Josh has written for Fuse TV's Billy On The Street. His writing has also appeared in prestigious publications such as McSweeney's Internet Tendency, New York Magazine, and The New Yorker. Additionally, Josh has performed at the Rooftop Comedy Festival in Aspen, CO, and headlined at the Laugh Your Asheville Off Festival in Asheville, NC. More recently he has appeared in the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and SF Sketchfest. His debut standup comedy CD, Everything's The Best was released in November of 2011 by Rooftop Comedy Productions. Ken Ono is the Thomas Jefferson Professor of Mathematics at the University of Virginia and the Chair of Mathematics at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has published over 200 research articles in number theory. Professor Ono has received many awards for his research, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Packard Fellowship and a Sloan Fellowship. He was awarded a Presidential Early Career Award for Science and Engineering (PECASE) by Bill Clinton in 2000, and he was named the National Science Foundation's Distinguished Teaching Scholar in 2005. He was an associate producer of the 2016 Hollywood film The Man Who Knew Infinity, which starred Jeremy Irons and Dev Patel. Earlier this year he put his math skills to work in a Super Bowl week commercial for Miller Lite beer. Eric Jankowski is an associate professor in the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering at Boise State University as well as Story Collider's Board President. He earned a PhD in chemical engineering at the University of Michigan where he also got pretty into bicycles, storytelling, and playing go. Eric's research leverages high performance computing to engineer new materials for sustainable energy production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Women's Wellness with Luce Inspiration
#1 Sex Care is Self-care with Dr. Alyssa Dweck

Women's Wellness with Luce Inspiration

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 30:16


Welcome to Season 3, we are bringing you more wellness tips and conversations with experts in the mental health and wellness professions. Dr. Alyssa Dweck is a practicing gynecologist and the Chief Medical Officer of Bonafide. She is an Ob/Gyn for over 25 years with special interest in menopausal health and training in female sexual health. Dr. Dweck is the co- author of three books and has appeared on The Today Show and Good Day LA. She contributes regularly to multiple in print and online media outlets. She has been voted “Top Doctor” in New York Magazine and Westchester Magazine. When she's not helping women improve their health, Dr. Dweck enjoys time with her husband, two sons and “girly” English Bulldog. She is an avid runner and sports car enthusiast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lucy499/message

AT THE MOVIES With Arch Campbell & Loo Katz
Arch Campbell Podcast #125 6-9-22

AT THE MOVIES With Arch Campbell & Loo Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 38:22


Our guest critics are Jen Chaney & Rocky Hadadi, both with New York Magazine and Vulture. We discuss summer blockbusters like Top Gun: Maverick and Jurassic World: Domination. We also look into season finales from Hacks and Barry. Plus, a glimpse back at the screen work of the late Ray Liotta and more. REMEMBER TO GIVE HOUND RADIO A LISTEN! www.houndradio.com

Business Bros
Is It Essential To Have PR with Amore Phillip

Business Bros

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 34:44


970 I am a Public Relations Practitioner with a 15-year track record of experience in media placement, event planning, and creative consumer engagement. I have directed PR campaigns and produced events for a wide range of businesses and organizations including the NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission's Accessible Dispatch Program 5-Borough expansion, where I planned and produced their press conference, resulting in 250K in earned media value. I also served as PR & Events Director for City Girl Beauty Project's (a non-profit organization that empowers young women who are survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking) annual gala, securing influencers such as Miss America 2015 as the host, and securing corporations such as Estee Lauder as a beauty sponsor. Other recent and notable projects include the NYC press conference launch event for Statues for Equality; a Project produced by renowned Australian Public Artist Gillie & Mark, featuring 10 Bronze Statues honoring Oprah Winfrey, PINK, Gabby Douglas, Tererai Trent, Janet Mock, Tracy Dyson, Cheryl Strayed and Nicole Kidman. Before starting Apples and Oranges Public Relations (a NY State certified Minority Woman Business Enterprise/MWBE), I worked in the entertainment and fashion industries as a performing artist and marketing director; and in the architecture & design industry as an Account Executive. Since 2010, under my direction, the agency grew from a one-woman shop to a 4-person agency by 2014; to a boutique operation with over 10 employees currently. Throughout the course of my career, I have also secured media placement and coverage in top-tier media outlets including CBS, FOX News, NY Post, NY1, AD Week, Essence, Page Six, New York Magazine, NY Times, AMNY, WPIX11, NBC4, FOX5, and CBS Radio just to name a few. ________ Want your customers to talk about you to their friends and family? That's what we do! We get your customers to talk about you so that you get more referrals with video testimonials. Go to www.BusinessBros.biz to be a guest on the show or to find out more on how we can help you get more customers! #Businesspodcasts #smallbusinesspodcast #businessmarketingtips #businessgrowthtips #strategicthinking #businessmastery #successinbusiness #businesshacks #marketingstrategist #wealthcreators #businessstrategies #businesseducation #businesstools #businesspodcast #businessmodel #growthmarketing #businesshelp #businesssupport #salesfunnel #buildyourbusiness #podcastinglife #successgoals #wealthcreation #marketingcoach #smallbusinesstips #businessmarketing #marketingconsultant #entrepreneurtips #businessstrategy #growyourbusiness --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businessbrospod/support

Kinda Cute
Kinda Cute - Ep. 130- LIam Payne is Whisky Drunk, Alex Cooper, and SJP Can't Stop Talking

Kinda Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 45:48


Kinda Cute is a podcast about The Cut by New York Magazine and niche pop culture/internet culture.  On this week's ep: *Do I have too much sympathy for Liam Payne? *Thoughts on the Amber Heard/Johnny Depp verdict *Florence Pugh/Will Poulter pictures *Arden Cho got screwed by Teen Wolf *Alex Cooper chat *SJP continues to talk crap about Kim Catrall *Jake Gyllenhaal and Pasta  Pomodoro  Articles we discussed: Legit: https://www.eliou-eliou.com/   Donate to Everytown: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ads-everytown-action   https://neoncowboys.com/products/glow-mask I have an affiliate code Use code BAILEYFORE at checkout for 10% for a Neon Cowboys Code  YewYew Code: Cute pipes at yewyewshop.com/baileyevin Use code BAILEYEVIN for %15 off!  Logo by @dame.studio Music by Jordan Cooper: http://www.jordancoopermusic.com/  Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! or at https://ratethispodcast.com/kindacute Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@baileyevin YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AdncAo8wXIAR-WZq6Vbnw?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/baileyevin/ https://www.instagram.com/kindacutepodcast https://www.instagram.com/gurgipom xx, bailey evin The information discussed on this podcast does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice.

UnAborted
New York Magazine Publishes Abortion Handbook On How To Get Illegal Abortions

UnAborted

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 41:22


The May 23-June 5 issue of New York Magazine features this headline: “This Magazine Can Help You Get An Abortion: A State-by-State Handbook For Anyone In Need.” This “abortion guide” tells readers how to evade the law when attempting to kill their unborn baby while in a state that protects unborn babies. In partnership with The Cut, a far-left online publication and media company, this “abortion guide” also provides an online tool to allow users to search by Zip Code for abortion providers, clinics, hospitals, and independent OB/GYNs, as well as abortion funds, transportation options, and information for remote resources like the abortion pill by mail. This is the Left's Post-Roe game plan. They must be defeated. Date: 06/02/22 To help UnAborted create more pro-life content and take our content to the streets, become a Patron of the show at https://www.patreon.com/unaborted To help Seth educate and expose culture to the evil of abortion so that every person has a right to be born, become a monthly supporter at https://unaborted.com/donate

Mary's Cup of Tea Podcast: the Self-Love Podcast for Women
Ep 118: Financial Confidence and Investing with Tori Dunlap

Mary's Cup of Tea Podcast: the Self-Love Podcast for Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 57:53


Tori Dunlap (@herfirst100k) joins us to talk about INVESTING, building WEALTH, and financial CONFIDENCE. You will learn... the best way to invest your money (the how & where) why women are less financially educated than men (and how to change that) how to ditch the shame around money and become financially confident Remember: building wealth as a woman is an act of resistance to the patriarchy. Tori Dunlap is an internationally-recognized money and career expert, and podcast host. After saving $100,000 at age 25, Tori quit her corporate job in marketing and founded Her First $100K to fight financial inequality by giving women actionable resources to better their money. She has helped over three million women negotiate salary, pay off debt, build savings, and invest. Host of the #1 Business Podcast, Financial Feminist; author of the upcoming book “Financial Feminist” (Harper Collins); and Adweek's "Finance Creator of the Year", Tori's work has been featured on Good Morning America, the Today Show, the New York Times, TIME, PEOPLE, New York Magazine, Forbes, BuzzFeed, CNN, CNBC, and more. Tori now travels the world writing, speaking, and coaching about personal finance, online businesses, side hustles, and confidence for women. Follow Tori Dunlap on Instagram: @herfirst100k Learn more about Tori's investing app here: https://treasury.app And if you enjoyed this episode, screenshot it and share it on social media! Make sure to tag @maryspodcast and @herfirst100k  

Dear FoundHer...
Relationships, Integrity and Community: Three Tenants for Any Successful Business with Jamie Grayson, Baby Gear/Safety Expert and Media Personality

Dear FoundHer...

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 62:02


Jamie Grayson is the first male guest to be featured on Dear FoundHer, and it's easy to see why the exception was made for him! Jamie is exceptional. Shortly after starting as a product demonstrator and personal shopper in New York City's buybuyBaby store, customers began emailing the store to ask for him by name. In March, 2010, New York Magazine named him the city's best baby-gear expert, and soon he was doing 50 engagements a year as one of the most well-respected experts in the baby gear and child safety space. Jamie spent every spare moment researching his products and newfound industry because he believed his customers, and later his audience, deserved the most honest and helpful information to make their decisions. Thanks to this “human first” philosophy, Jamie's millions of followers remain just as devoted to him, even as his brand continues to evolve. He's shed his “BabyGuy” moniker, yet he remains as passionately dedicated as ever to helping parents make decisions about the best gear for their children with his reviews and events. As his social media platforms expand to include activism, business advice, pop culture, and theater, his approach remains the same: a business is essentially a community of friends. On this episode of Dear FoundHer, hear Jamie discuss the dangers of having a business plan, the pros and cons of social media, and how no one really knows what they're doing. Quotes • “I was the only man working with all of these doulas and taking childbirth classes. I really loved being around all this really cool, strong female energy.” 9:12-9:26 | Jamie) • “I realized that with support, education and just a little bit of empathy as a human, you can make a drastic difference.”(19:56-20:05 | Jamie) • “Knowing your worth and what to charge is one of the hardest things about this whole space. (22:54-23:00 | Jamie) • “It is impossible to do everything by yourself.” (32:16-32:19 | Jamie) • “That's in our mission statement on my site: Human being first, business second.” (35:47-35:50 | Jamie) • “This influencer culture we live in, I don't love. When people call me an influencer, I hate it.”(48:25-48:31 | Jamie) Connect with Jamie Grayson: Instagram | http://www.instagram.com/thejamiegrayson TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@thejamiegrayson Please don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe to Dear FoundHer on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts! You can now work with Lindsay 1:1 to build the community for your personal brand or company through the same method she used to grow and scale her business. Fill out the form here and set up a FREE 30-minute consultation. You can also: • Take Lindsay's FREE 7-Day Social Media Challenge • 5 Tips and Tools to Set Up Your Business • Follow Lindsay on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaypinchuk Use code FoundHer for 50% off your first month with both HiveCast and Fireside Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm

The Shine Online Podcast
60. Monetizing Your Personal Brand

The Shine Online Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 39:37


Lissette Calveiro is a Latina digital entrepreneur living in New York City as an influencer marketing consultant to Fortune 500 brands, social media content creator, and business coach for influencers & personal brands looking to master social media from a more human lens. Her decade-long expertise as both influencer marketer and creator has been featured across publications including Business Insider, New York Magazine, CNBC, and Good Morning America; and as a featured speaker on the stages of Create & Cultivate's Small Business Summit and Later Media's #LaterCon. She was named a Top 10 Social Media Coach by Yahoo!, and received a Shorty Award for her influencer campaign work. In this episode, we'll chat about Lissette's background, creating a well-rounded brand, and preventing burnout. Besides this, Lissette and I will also talk about Instagram's wide range of content and the type of content Lissette loves most. Last but not least, we'll dive into brand partnerships and how to make money with them, negotiating payment, and how brands may view ebbs and flows in engagement. Plus, Lissette will share her advice for building an engaged, intentional community. Keep listening to hear more! Check out my Instagram Confidence Accelerator here and don't forget to also check out the Cubicle to CEO Podcast! SHOW NOTES CONNECT WITH LISSETTE: On Instagram: @lissettecalv & @influencewithimpact  Website: https://influencewithimpact.co/ CONNECT WITH ME: Instagram Shine with Natasha Website

SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations
Conversations with Ray Liotta (2017)

SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 64:00


Career Q&A with Ray Liotta. Moderated by Stacey Wilson Hunt, New York Magazine. Ray Liotta currently stars on the NBC drama “Shades of Blue” as Lt. Matt Wozniak. Liotta started his career with a Golden Globe-nominated performance in Jonathan Demme's “Something Wild” and followed that by co-starring opposite Tom Hulce in “Dominic and Eugene.” He's also well-known for the iconic role of Shoeless Joe Jackson in the Oscar-nominated film “Field of Dreams.” But perhaps the film that brought Liotta his most widespread acclaim was his portrayal of real-life mobster Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese's epic movie “Goodfellas” starring opposite Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci. His performance helped the film earn a Best Picture nomination and solidified Liotta's status with critics and the public alike. Liotta continued to create notable performances in films such as “Copland,” opposite Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel for director James Mangold; “Hannibal,” opposite Anthony Hopkins for director Ridley Scott; “Heartbreakers,” co-starring Sigourney Weaver; and “Blow,” opposite Johnny Depp. Liotta then produced and starred in the intense cop drama “Narc” for director Joe Carnahan. The film received critical acclaim and earned Liotta an Independent Spirit Award nomination. Additional film credits include “Place Beyond the Pines,” starring opposite Ryan Gosling; “The Iceman,” opposite Michael Shannon and Winona Ryder; “Killing Them Softly,” for director Andrew Dominik with Brad Pitt; “The Details,” opposite Tobey Maguire; and “Wanderlust, directed by Judd Apatow. Liotta won an Emmy as Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama in 2005 for a memorable appearance on “ER.” He also earned a SAG Award nomination for Male Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries for the 1998 HBO telepic “The Rat Pack” playing Frank Sinatra. In 2015 Liotta co-starred on the A&E miniseries “Texas Rising,” co-starring Brendan Fraser and Bill Paxton, and directed by Roland Joffe. Liotta was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries. For his 2004 Broadway debut opposite Frank Langella in Stephen Belber's “Match,” Liotta received a Distinguished Performance honor at the Drama League Awards. A New Jersey native, Liotta began acting while a student at the University of Miami.

Art Sense
Ep. 49: Art Critic Jerry Saltz

Art Sense

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 61:45


A discussion with beloved New York Magazine art critic Jerry Saltz. Formerly the senior art critic for The Village Voice, Jerry won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2018 for an article titled “My Life as a Failed Artist” in which he revealed childhood trauma, his life as an aspiring artist in the 70s and the circuitous path that led him to long-haul truck driving before eventually finding his place writing about art. Much of our conversation centers around advice from his 2020 New York Times Bestseller “How to Be an Artist”.

1999: The Podcast
Eyes Wide Shut: "Fidelio" with New York Magazine's Lila Shapiro

1999: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 68:42


Stanley Kubrick's final film (and perhaps the nail in the coffin for Hollywood's most famous couple), the psychosexual thriller Eyes Wide Shut, was released on July 16th, two days after the limited release of The Blair Witch Project, and on the day that birthed a thousand QAnon conspiracy theories as John F. Kennedy Jr. and Carolyn Bessette Kennedy died in a plane crash while everyone in America kept listening to Destiny's Child's Bills Bills Bills. The film was, at the time, well received if not overwhelmingly praised by critics and audiences. But it's worth noting that the critical division is unusually stark, with critics who reviewed it positively giving the film overwhelming praise and vice-versa, with very little in between (Slate's David Edelstein called it “a somnolent load of wank,” for example). And, to be fair, many critics have given the film a second look and come to their senses. But the question now is not whether or not Eyes Wide Shut is a great film (it is) but whether or not it's Kubrick's greatest film. In this episode, John and Joey welcome New York Magazine feature writer Lila Shapiro, who wrote the 2019 essay What I Learned After Watching Eyes Wide Shut 100 Times for Vulture. Check out more of Lila's work here.

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Francis Fukuyama On How Liberalism Split Apart

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 64:06


Fukuyama is simply the most sophisticated and nuanced political scientist in the field today. He’s currently at Stanford, but he’s also taught at Johns Hopkins and George Mason. The author of almost a dozen books, his most famous is The End of History and the Last Man, published shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union. His new book is Liberalism and Its Discontents.You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player above, or click the dropdown menu to add the Dishcast to your podcast feed. For two clips of my convo with Fukuyama — explaining why we need to pay attention to “the men without chests,” and remembering when the political right championed open borders — head over to our YouTube page.Did you ever catch the episode last year with Glenn Greenwald criticizing Bolsonaro, woke journalism, and animal torture? We now have a full transcript available, if you’d rather read the conversation.Back to Fukuyama, the following meme captures much of the sentiment addressed in the episode:A fan of the Dishcast has been anticipating the episode:You announced a few weeks ago that you’d be interviewing Francis Fukuyama, so I decided to re-read The End of History. While I’m sure you’ve no need of assistance of any kind, I wanted to remind you of why some folks are struck by its prescience. Towards the end, he highlights the potential danger for liberal societies that have solved so many problems — there is no end to the amount of “problems” that a society can then invent:To find common purpose in the quiet days of peace is hard…. [When] there is no tyranny or oppression against which to struggle, experience suggests that if men cannot struggle on behalf of a just cause, because that struggle was victorious in an earlier generation, then they will struggle against the just cause. They will struggle for the sake of struggle. They will struggle, in other words, out of a certain kind of boredom. They cannot imagine living in a world without struggle. If the world they live in is a world characterized by peace and prosperity, then they will struggle against that peace and prosperity … and against democracy.He then refers to some French college-student protests in 1968 against Charles de Gaulle:… [they] had no rational reason to rebel. They were, for the most part, pampered offspring of one of the freest and most prosperous societies on earth. But it was precisely the absence of struggle and sacrifice in their middle-class lives that led them to take to the streets and confront the police … they had no particularly coherent vision of a better society.Like the old Cervantes metaphor — then and now, we see people inventing enemies and problems while they obliviously find themselves “tilting at windmills.”There is no greater example of this, to my mind, than the current LGBTQIA++ movement. Fukuyama and I discuss these people, also known as “the men without chests”:Related to that conversation is a reader email over my recent item, “The Rumblings of Rome”:I enjoyed your take on the faltering mos maiorum of our American republic, and I think you’re onto something important. These values and practices are what keep the system together in times of crisis, and their abandonment is a canary in the democratic coal mine. I know you’ve used the Weimar analogy before, and it is apt: Hitler may have issued the coup de grace to German democracy, but its demise was hastened by powerful elites who in the years beforehand eroded republican norms and removed safeguards to authoritarianism. Certainly the Roman example is also apt, as you convincingly argue here.But what troubles me is a point you make in the linked article in New York Magazine: “But a political system designed for a relatively small city had to make some serious adjustments as its territory and prosperity and population exploded.”  The system was ill-equipped for how Rome evolved over centuries from a city-state to a sprawling empire, and the lack of meaningful reform amplified popular frustrations and opened the door for opportunists like the Gracchus brothers to demagogue, generals like Marius and Sulla to assert political authority, and Senators — desperate to preserve the system — to embrace political violence and thus inadvertently hasten its demise. The system did not evolve enough to meet the challenges posed by expansion, and so people began to reject the system, sometimes for cynical and self-serving reasons, sometimes due to righteous anger born from real suffering, and sometimes in a misguided attempt to save the system from itself.Our America, of course, is vastly different from the Founders’ in any number of areas, and I have often wondered how well our system, even with the amendment process, can respond to the challenges of the 21st century. Especially given our partisan intransigence, our social media echo chambers, and our Super-PAC funded campaigns — things no one imagined in the 18th century — do we really have any chance of meaningful reform on healthcare, welfare, immigration, election integrity, etc.?  To put this another way, democracies work best, I think, when they combine change and continuity — keeping a foot in virtuous traditions while also adapting to new circumstances. If we can’t do the latter, what chance is there to also do the former? I mean, are we fucked?Thanks for your historical thinking on this issue — I try to tell my students that a working knowledge of history is essential to making sense of the modern world. The Sinister Symmetry Of CRT And GRT, CtdReaders continue the debate from this week’s main page over my comparisons of CRT to GRT. This next reader shares a brilliant video on the parallels between right-wing racists and woke racists:Your excellent piece reminded me of this very funny sketch:I recently read James Lindsay’s new book, Race Marxism. His analysis isn’t always watertight, and people have picked holes in the past, but his explanation on page 239 is that this conflict results from the Hegelian dialectical process at the heart of CRT (thesis/antithesis/synthesis):In a very real sense, all of this “alchemy” is meant to reinvigorate the master-slave dialectic in a contemporary cultural and legal context. Indeed, this feature of Critical Race Theory is why so many people rightly perceive that it is, for all its “anti racism” built on an undeniable engine of white supremacy that regards whites as superior, blacks as inferior, and this state being in immediate need of being abolished through critique and multiculturalism. In fact Critical Race Theory defines itself as the antithesis (and method for seeking synthesis) to the systemic “white supremacy” it believes fundamentally organises society …CRT’s version of anti-racism therefore isn’t about a liberal process of using democratic institutions to reduce racism gradually through passing laws and changing public opinion through education. It’s a deliberately confrontational process by which you challenge an idea (racism/white supremacy) with its opposite (antiracism/anti whiteness). We end up in constant racial conflict, as the Hegelians forever continue to restart the dialectic process after every failure they suffer.  This next reader, though, senses a false equivalence:You quoted a reader voicing one of the right’s standard new grievances, about alleged differences in media treatment between the Buffalo shooter and the recent NYC subway shooter. Instead of just nodding along, you should pause for a second and examine this critically, because it’s not an apples-to-apples comparison. The Buffalo shooter wrote a manifesto in which he apparently explained that he intended to target black people and why. And then he did so. The NYC subway shooter, in contrast, made some rambling videos expressing a mishmash of racist views, and then, in addition, he shot up a subway. Have you ever been on the subway? Did it strike you as a bastion of whiteness or white privilege? Is it where you would go to try to kill white people (or shoot them in the legs, as he apparently did, for whatever mentally disturbed reason)? Is there any evidence that he selected white people out of the crowd? His attack was just some kind of weirdly disordered thinking, or perhaps intended in a foggy sense as an attack on New York City, whose (black) mayor he had also criticized.I think that’s a fair distinction, especially the choice of target. Another reader claims a false equivalence of a very different sort:I found your latest column unpersuasive. While I like the aesthetic symmetry of “CRT and GRT” as a title, I am not at all convinced there exists an actual intellectual symmetry of the two things as distinct ideas. Yes, both depend on and promote a race-essentialist worldview, and both undermine our nation’s ideals and identity. But that is where their symmetry ends. On a political level, CRT not only claims far more power throughout all our elite institutions, but it also holds responsibility for far more violence and destruction. Which major institution has propagated anything close to GRT? One could make a case for Fox News through Tucker Carlson. I would disagree — as would your podcast guest Briahna Joy Gray, who is on the left. But even so, that is one institution that claims any kind of power in our society, compared to all the others captured by CRT. In terms of violence and destruction, see no further than the summer 2020 riots and the various other attacks motivated by anti-whiteness. Of course, none of this is to dismiss the vile atrocities committed by white supremacists. But I don’t understand why you find the need to draw a false equivalence between the two when one of these evils is clearly a fringe element of our society, with no real threat of spreading further beyond its current limits, while the other already has near-complete elite capture.Also, a minor but important point: you wrote that “Hispanics are originally from Europe.” This is false. The reason Hispanics/Latinos are considered an ethnicity and not a race in the U.S. context is that we are a complete mix of many races. There are Asian Peruvians, Black Cubans, Indigenous Mexicans, White Argentines, and a complete mix of all of the above and more, including mestizos, mulattos, et al. Of course, Hispanics/Latinos (which are not the same circles, by the way; most of Latin America is considered both, but Brazilians are Latinos and not Hispanics, and Spaniards are Hispanics but not Latinos) are united by a common Iberian history, which has resulted in common institutions, heritage, culture, religion, and pair of languages (Spanish and Portuguese). But given the deep, centuries-old mix of indigenous peoples and African slaves and Asian immigrants beyond just Europeans throughout Latin America, it’s just false to claim that “Hispanics are originally from Europe.”Along those lines, another adds:In 2019, Mexican-Americans comprised 61.5% of all Latino Americans, so by and large, when we discuss Hispanics, we are generally discussing Mexican immigrants. Weren’t there a lot of indigenous people in Mexico and Central America at the time of the Conquest? Didn’t most of them have children, so that those children are reflected in current demographic analyses of Mexico?The 1921 census shows Mestizos and indigenous groups as the majority — usually the vast majority — in literally every Mexican state. Numbers of self-reported “white” Mexicans have increased substantially since then (though no explanation is posited for the decline in Mestizo or indigenous populations), but self-identified “whites” still are a minority at 47% of the Mexican population, with 51.5% as either indigenous or “most likely Mestizos.” Frankly, it is likely not the white groups that are congregating at the border. Your explanation seems to assume that Mexico was unpopulated at the time of the Conquest, which is a gross misrepresentation. Thanks for these complications of too breezy a statement. Another reader gets philosophical:I enjoyed your piece this week on CRT/GRT. Also, on Friday I read David Brooks’ piece on conservatism/progressivism, and it made me think of John Keats’ bitter — and ultimately incorrect — epitaph for himself: “Here lies one whose name is writ in water.” That would fit most of those who have ever walked the earth, including most “public intellectuals,” to use your phrase. Humans come and go, and we know damned well that we are likely soon to be forgotten, unless we become a curiosity for ancestry researchers.It strikes me that this is a defense for conservative “philosophy.” We don’t live a life entirely within ourselves. We pay attention to what has gone before. Progressives see a long history of oppression, identify with it, and project it into the future. Conservatives are mindful of the past, in family, ethnicity and faith; even if some of it is wrapped in a flag of “patriotism.” Tradition is important to both sides, for better or for worse. We can’t escape it, so why not find ways to discuss it civilly? Which brings me back to Keats. His eying expression of humility was mistaken. Present-day feelings of certitude, on left or right, are badly in need of humility — and that, I believe, is a conservative thought.Me too.David French On Religious Liberty, CRT, Grace, CtdFrom a “gay, Christian, moderate conservative”:I thoroughly enjoyed your episode with David French, especially since I got to hear the two of you discuss Church of Christ theology at the beginning. I grew up in the Church of Christ denomination and went to a sister school (Abilene Christian University) of the one French attended (Lipscomb). The faith journey you both described is one very familiar to me. My boyfriend also grew up in the Church of Christ tradition and we still feel a certain affinity to it, although it’s obviously not a tradition that affirms same-sex relationships.I loved that the two of you were able to have such a gracious conversation about faith and politics. I enjoy reminders that one’s stance on gay marriage is hardly the litmus test for both conservatism and Christianity that it once was. There’s so much more common ground to explore, and Christianity and conservatism are big enough for differing views — even in the midst of this bizarre cultural climate we’re in.Here’s a snippet of my convo with David: Another listener makes a recommendation:In follow-up to your conversation with David French, could you possibly interview Tim Alberta? His new article in The Atlantic, “How Politics Poisoned the Evangelical Church,” is worth your attention.Indeed. Thanks for the tip. Lastly, a sermon for Sunday:I am an Episcopal priest in Atlanta (though hopefully one not quite as woke as Douglas Murray accuses us of being). If it’s not too bold, I wanted to send you the manuscript of my sermon from last Sunday. The sermon is from a small passage for Easter 6, Revelation 22.3-4: “Nothing accursed will be found there any more. But the throne of God and of the Lamb will be in it, and his servants will worship him; they will see his face, and his name will be on their foreheads.”I started working on it, and then on Friday I heard the first part of your interview with David French. I think that interview found its way into my sermon, and I know that your ongoing conversations have affected my preaching in a positive way.The manuscript is pasted below, but I’ll close by saying again how grateful I am for your podcast, and I hope that you might consider occasionally having theologians onto your show.  I’ve loved hearing you talk about faith with Cornell West and David French, and I think it might be fascinating to have a systematic theological think through issues like CRT and gender.The sermon in full:“They’re out to get you.”  That’s what the world will tell you, over and over.  “They” — whoever they are — “really are out to get you.”Now, sometimes it’s true.  The world can be a dangerous place, after all.  But usually the message isn’t that they are after you, Jennifer, or you, Meredith, or Kevon, or Rafael, or whatever your name might be.And they’re not after you because of your character or your choices.  The message is that they are after you because of your team, because of your skin color, or where you were born, or your gender.  They’re after you because of what you represent.And again, sometimes it’s true.  Last weekend the threats were real on both sides of our country.Last weekend a young man consumed by evil drove 200 miles to Buffalo to open fire on innocent people.  But not just any innocent people.  He targeted a black neighborhood because he wanted to send a message of hate, a message of terror.  He wanted black people all across the country to believe that they had a target on their backs. And with our history of violence and terror, our black sisters and brothers heard his message.On the other side of the country another man used a gun to send the same message of hate to a different group of people.  In California the Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church was enjoying a church picnic when a Chinese-born American citizen walked up and started shooting.The sheriff said the man was motivated by his hatred of Taiwan, and he sent his message of hate and terror to those innocent people.+++The messages don’t always come with bullets, and they aren’t always about race, and they also aren’t limited to one side of our national divide.When you listen with a careful ear to the issues that divide us, what gives them their power is the underlying threat that something of YOUR identity, something of YOUR autonomy, is about to be taken away.“They” are going to take something away from you because of who you are.+++I remember 20 years ago after the Twin Towers fell, the rhetoric on both sides of our political culture was that “they” hated our freedom, hated capitalism, hated democracy.  That “they” were coming for us.Two years later, our church was almost split apart by the debate over same-sex relationships.  For the progressive, the message was that “they” were coming for your right to love who you choose.  For the conservative the message was that “they” were coming to destroy the social values you had been taught were right and good.We hear those threats still today.  The uproar over cancel culture and over excesses in cultural trends doesn’t feel to some conservatives like an interesting social trend; it feels like a threat.  It feels like “they” are telling conservatives,  “We’re coming for you.”On the other side, progressives and especially progressive women heard an old threat earlier this month: “They’re coming to take away control of your bodies.”  When that Supreme Court draft was leaked, the message went forth - “They’re coming for you, they’re coming to take control of your bodies away from you.”In fact, they’re not just coming for your right to an abortion, they’re also coming to take away Obergefell and then Loving and then Brown v. Board of Education.+++So…I’ve been taking some big swings up here this morning, on things that are frankly outside of my area of expertise, and I haven’t said a word yet about God or Jesus or had any kind of gospel message.That’s about to change, but the reason I’m trying to bring up all the touchy stuff is because the call to follow isn’t just for other people and it isn’t just for when somebody cuts you off in traffic. Now let me repeat my disclaimer.  I’m not saying the threats are all imagined, or that they’re all equal.  Sometimes the threat is real.  BUT, in the face of those threats, in the face of the world’s desire to put you on notice that you NEED to be afraid, the question for us this morning is, “Should my being a follower of Jesus affect how I respond?”+++When I was first ordained Bishop Alexander told me to always keep my vows in the correct order. He meant that FIRST I was a baptized child of God, THEN I was Emily’s husband, and THEN I was a priest, and if I remembered the hierarchy of those vows my life would be properly ordered.I haven’t always gotten it right but when I’ve gotten a little unbalanced his advice has helped me get back where I need to be.And Bishop Neil’s advice helped me to see something even deeper:  we all move through the world with multiple identities and we have to keep them in their proper order.In my case I can think of myself as a man, even as a white man, as a Georgian, an American a Christian, a father, a husband, priest, neighbor, brother, and of course a really, really good singer/dancer.Almost all of those identities are important but for me to be who I aspire to be there needs to be a hierarchy to them.  I need to make sure all those identities are properly ordered.+++There’s a distinction in Christianity between being a Creature of God and a Child of God.All of us are Creatures of God.  All of us, every person who ever lived, are creatures of God.  Our first and most important identity is that we are created by a God who loves every single one of us and that, as Fr. Rhett said last Sunday, there’s not a thing you can do about it.And for those of us baptized into the body of Christ, those of us who believe in Jesus as the crucified and risen Lord we have a second and eternal identity - beloved Child of God.+++A properly ordered life embraces those two identities - beloved Creature of God and beloved Child of God - as more important than all the others we have.  And then downstream of those two come all the rest:  gender, sex, family, values, race, creed, and on and on.So am I white?  Am I black?  Am I Taiwanese or Woman or Man or Husband or parent or Democrat or Republican or even American? Yes, I am all of those things and more, but my first identity, the very core of who I am, is always beloved Creature of God, and my eternal hope is not in escaping the threats or defeating my enemies but in holding on to my identity as a Child of God, as a member of the Body of Christ.+++The world will try to disorder your identities.  The world will whisper and then shout fear & danger & division, will try to make your threatened identity the center of who you are.When evil drives to Buffalo, fear will tell you that your first identity is the color of your skin, and that it always will be.When evil drives to a church picnic, fear tells you that your primary identity, your fundamental self is as a pawn in a great ethnic & political strife.When cultural values change, when marriage is redefined, or social programs try to right historic wrongs, or when human laws try to legislate that which cannot be legislated but must be legislated, when they try to balance the rights of the mother and the rights of the unborn, fear will tell you that your core identity is not beloved Creature of God or beloved Child of God, but is your demographic or political or racial or gender identity, and that your response has to come from that threatened self.But Jesus tells us something different.  Jesus tells us to love our enemies.Jesus tells us we are all beloved creatures of God, the just and unjust alike, AND that those baptized into his death and resurrection have an ETERNAL identity greater than anything else about us, an ETERNAL hope that will live  beyond any other understanding of self.+++Our response to Jesus’ message is to understand who we really are and order our identities so that we do not respond to threats as the world does.Our call is to respond as beloved, as BELOVED children of God who share a common humanity and a common creator, and as people whose hope is not in temporary victories but in eternal life.+++It’s not easy.Hate invites you to respond with hate.  Fear invites you to respond with fear.Change makes you want to dig in your heels and hunker down and defend YOUR turf, YOUR way of life, with all that you’ve got.No wonder Jesus said we must give up our lives to follow him.+++In the Revelation to John, Jesus showed John a vision of the heavenly city.  In that city the Children of God had the name of Jesus written on each of their foreheads.Using our language of baptism, they were sealed by the Holy Spirit and marked as Christ’s own forever.WE are those Children of God.  Our true identity is not in any of our human distinctions but in the name of Jesus written across our faces.Our task is to understand that truth and to live it, to treat one another with that common heritage as Creatures of God even when we feel threatened by one another, and to teach our children that no matter what the world whispers to them about who they are, their truest, deepest, most fundamental self will always be … Beloved of God. 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How Do You Write
Ep. 304: Catherine Prendergast on How Every Writer Lies (For Truth)

How Do You Write

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 40:54


Catherine Prendergast is a Professor of English at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a Guggenheim Fellow, and a Fulbright Scholar. Interviewed by NPR and New York Magazine, she has written on battles over school desegregation, anxieties over the global spread of English, and recognition of disability rights. Dr. Prendergast's previous (scholarly) books include Buying Into English (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2008) and Literary and Racial Justice (Southern Illinois University Press, 2003). The Gilded Edge is her first work of narrative nonfiction. Originally from New Jersey, she now lives in central Illinois with her husband and son.How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. Want tips on how to write the book you long to finish? Here you'll gain insight from other writers on how to get in the chair, tricks to stay in it, and inspiration to get your own words flowing. Join Rachael's Slack channel, Onward Writers: https://join.slack.com/t/onwardwriters/shared_invite/zt-7a3gorfm-C15cTKh_47CEdWIBW~RKwgRachael can be YOUR mini-coach, and she'll answer all your questions on the show! http://patreon.com/rachael See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Spark
Unleashing Your Creativity

Spark

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 30:01


Change is constant and it is speeding up even faster now. One indication is the number of people pivoting in their lives. This requires us to be able to adapt with agility. Most importantly, unleash our creativity to fulfill our potential in our pivot. Kellee talks with Maria Brito, a leading expert on creativity. She will share how we can better tap into our creativity, to successfully transition in our ongoing pivots, especially in today fast-paced changing environment.Maria Brito is an award-winning New York-based contemporary art advisor, entrepreneur, author and curator. Her bestselling book How Creativity Rules The World was published by HarperCollins Leadership in March 2022. In 2015, Brito was selected by Complex Magazine as one of the 20 Power Players in the Art World and in 2020 she was named by ARTNEWS as one of the visionaries who gets to shape the art world. A Harvard graduate, originally from Venezuela, her first monograph “Out There” published by Pointed Leaf Press in 2013, was the recipient of the USA Best Book Awards in both the Art and Design Categories. She has written for publications such as Huffington Post, Elle, Forbes, Artnet, Cultured Magazine, Departures, and the Gulf Coast Journal of Literature and Fine Arts from the University of Houston, Texas. For several years, Maria has taught her creativity course in companies and, in 2019, she launched Jumpstart, an online program on creativity for entrepreneurs based on years of research and observation in both the areas of business and art. Maria and her projects have been featured extensively in national and international publications including The New York Times Style Section, T: The New York Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, W Magazine, ELLE Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Time Magazine, New York Magazine, The New York Observer, The Daily Beast, The Economist, Interview Magazine, VOGUE Italia, VOGUE Mexico, VOGUE  Latin America, VOGUE Brazil, VOGUE China, VOGUE.com, ELLE Décor Spain, Departures, Forbes, Blouin ArtINFO, Hamptons Magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, Architectural Digest, Modern Luxury, Refinery29, goop, Billboard, Marie Claire Australia, Marie Claire Spain, Allure, The Coveteur, House Magazine, House Beautiful, Buro 24/7, Latina, Modern Magazine, and more.