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Your Favorite Thing with Wells & Brandi
See you in heaven, Marjorie

Your Favorite Thing with Wells & Brandi

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 62:32


What do you think the Disney characters do after hours? Get absolutely trashed at a bar? The backyard birthday party that never ends must take a toll on them. Anywho, we're on episode 241 now so if we start to recycle some content, deal with it, okay?! Brandi has been on a bender since Park City and has now joined Wells on the “maybe it's time to stop drinking” train. Is alcohol the new cigarettes? Are we really collectively calling it quits here? Your hosts share their initial thoughts on The Bachelor and make their next Bachelorette prediction; then, Wells has lots to say about bidets and Allen wrenches. Lastly, they read some f*ck you very muches and play a voicemail from a Jehovah's Witness ... enjoy!  Don't forget to rate, review, and follow Your Favorite Podcast! Plus, keep up with us between episodes on our Instagram page, @yftpodcast and be sure to leave us a voicemail with your fave things at 858-630-1856!  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for making this episode possible! Check out these deals just for you, YFTers:  Blissy — Get better sleep now with Blissy and use YFT to get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/YFT  Farmer's Dog — Get 50% off your first box of fresh, healthy food at TheFarmersDog.com/YFT. Plus, you get FREE shipping 

Out Now With Aaron and Abe
Out Now Bonus: 2023 Sundance Recap

Out Now With Aaron and Abe

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 77:06


This week's bonus Out Now with Aaron and Abe is headed back to Park City, Utah. Aaron is joined by FirstShowing.net's Alex Billington to go over the variety of films seen at this year's in-person/virtual Sundance Film Festival, with plenty of thoughts on which films stuck out the most, which less successful films were worth mentioning, and what the experience, overall, was like. Enjoy thoughts on some of the more notable films featured, including Magazine Dreams, A Thousand and One, Rye Lane, The Pod Generation, Landscape with Invisible Hand, and Shortcomings, along with a few documentaries, including Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie and Little Richard: I Am Everything. Plus, the one and only Payakan is discussed as well, because why not? So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill... Get yourself a free audiobook and help out the show at AudibleTrial.com/OutNowPodcast! Follow all of us on Twitter: @Outnow_Podcast, @AaronsPS4, @WalrusMoose, @FirstShowing Check out all of our sites and blogs:  TheCodeIsZeek.com, Why So Blu?, We Live Entertainment, FirstShowing.net Check Out Aaron's post covering the Sundance Film Festival. Next Week: Knock at the Cabin #SundanceFilmFestival #Sundance2023 #FilmFest #film #movies #entertainment #magazinedreams #athousandandone #ryelane #thepodgeneration #landscapewithinvisiblehand #shortcomings #michaeljfoxmovie #littlerichard #payakan #radicalmovie

The Film Comment Podcast
Sundance 2023 #7, with Dessane Lopez Cassell, Poulomi Das, and Jessica Kiang

The Film Comment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 64:49


The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing you dispatches and podcasts covering all the highlights of the 2023 edition. On today's podcast, Dessane Lopez Cassell (SEEN), Poulomi Das (The Playlist), and Jessica Kiang (Variety) join FC's Devika Girish for another round of Sundance conversation. This time around, the critics discuss festival selections Passages, Shortcomings, A Thousand and One, and Milisuthando. Catch up on all of our Sundance 2023 coverage here: https://www.filmcomment.com/blog/category/festivals/sundance/sundance-2023/

Cloud Accounting Podcast
Make ChatGPT Fire Clients

Cloud Accounting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 70:08


SponsorsKeeper - https://cloudaccountingpodcast.promo/keeperRelay - https://cloudaccountingpodcast.promo/relayFirst Republic Bank - https://cloudaccountingpodcast.promo/firstrepublicNeed CPE? Subscribe to the Earmark Accounting Podcast: https://podcast.earmarkcpe.comGet CPE for listening to podcasts with Earmark CPE: https://earmarkcpe (00:00) - Thank you to our sponsor, Keeper (00:20) - Preview: Will AI replace accountants in audits (01:04) - Introduction and quick recap of Blake's week in Park City (03:43) - Earmark has launched a new Federal Tax Updates podcast (07:15) - Source says Square is launching their own GL (10:46) - Some final takeaways from skiing trip (13:18) - Thank you to our sponsor, Keeper (14:55) - Article about a high school student who wants to become an accountant (17:56) - IRS audit rates declined further in 2022 (19:10) - The Tax Foundation made a graphic on the IRS backlog (21:54) - Accountants need to narrow their scope in 2023 (23:13) - Canadian accounting firm sues employee for overbilling on timesheets (28:46) - Thank you to our sponsor, Relay (30:04) - "Office Sapce" inspired sofrware engineering scam (32:40) - Are mid-career CPAs happy in your firm? (36:25) - David's first reaction to Chat GPT (41:28) - Thank you to our sponsor, First Republic Bank (42:31) - Blake uses Chat GPT live to demonstrate what it can do (47:33) - Chad Davis uses Chat GPT to write fake CAP episode intro (49:46) - Somebody used Chat GPT to try to pass a chartered accountant exam in England (54:45) - Paula's message and idea about a national CPA license (58:38) - Tori's email on how a radical step is needed to change the AICPA (59:53) - Deanna asks for best apps to import journal entries into QBO Advanced (01:01:47) - Accounting firms might want to look into hiring some of these laid off tech employees (01:02:26) - Checking in on the live chat discussion on ChatGPT (01:04:09) - Wrap up and reminder to subscribe to our YouTube channel (01:07:29) - Classifieds (01:07:31) - Client Hub (01:08:08) - RightTool (01:08:30) - Federal Tax Updates Podcast (01:09:44) - How to advertise in these classifieds Show NotesComing soon! Get in TouchThanks for listening and for the great reviews! We appreciate you! Follow and tweet @BlakeTOliver and @DavidLeary. Find us on Facebook and, if you like what you hear, please do us a favor and write a review on iTunes, or Podchaser. Interested in sponsoring the Cloud Accounting Podcast? For details, read the prospectus, and NOW, you can see our smiling faces on Instagram! You can now call us and leave a voicemail, maybe we'll play it on the show. DIAL (202) 695-1040Need Accounting Conference Info? Check out our new website - accountingconferences.comLimited edition shirts, stickers, and other necessitiesTeePublic Store: http://cloudacctpod.link/merchSubscribe Apple Podcasts: http://cloudacctpod.link/ApplePodcasts Podchaser: http://cloudacctpod.link/podchaser Spotify: http://cloudacctpod.link/Spotify Stitcher: http://cloudacctpod.link/Stitcher Overcast: http://cloudacctpod.link/Overcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CloudAccountingPodcast ClassifiedsClient Hub - https://clienthub.app/RightTool for QuickBooks Online - https://righttool.appFederal Tax Updates podcast - https://federaltaxupdates.com/Want to get the word out about your newsletter, webinar, party, Facebook group, podcast, e-book, job posting, or that fancy Excel macro you just created? Why not let the listeners of The Cloud Accounting Podcast know by running a classified ad? Hit the link below to get more info.Go here to create your classified ad: https://cloudacctpod.link/RunClassifiedAd Full Transcript Available Upon Request: info@cloudaccountingpodcast.com

Here & Now
Economy expands in Q4, but fear of recession looms; 'The Persian Version' at Sundance

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 24:22


U.S. GDP rose 2.9% in the final quarter of 2022. It beat expectations, but fears of a recession still loom large among economists. MSNBC's Ali Velshi breaks down the latest numbers. And, we check back with Isom, Kentucky, grocery store owner Gwen Christon, six months after flood waters ruined her store, the only grocery store within miles in her small, rural town. Then, the Sundance Film Festival is underway in Park City, Utah. Director Maryam Keshavarz talks about "The Persian Version," a sweeping family dramedy about three generations of Iranian women.

InTouch with Terri
Mastering the Business of Aesthetics: A New Experiential Learning Opportunity

InTouch with Terri

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 17:05


Join Terri Ross in to this “from the heart” episode of InTouch with Terri as she reveals the WHY behind the creation of her brand new experiential learning opportunity called the 4S Summit, presented by Aesthetic Success.   Terri reveals why she is determined to not rest on her laurels but to continue to look for new avenues to help aesthetic medicine owners, providers, and managers learn how to master the business of aesthetics. Register for the Aesthetic Success 4/S Summit in Park City, Utah on February 16, 2023: https://www.theaestheticsuccess.com/ If you are ready to create change and want to learn more about APX, please visit https://apxplatform.com to schedule a discovery call. Please visit our youtube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxOkt_vcZd4lXKwcGbgMYaQ If you found this episode valuable, please share this with a friend or colleague that would benefit from listening. 

Myers Detox
The Hidden Epidemic of Nutrient Deficiency with Chris Kresser

Myers Detox

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 60:14


Chris Kresser joins the show to talk about the hidden epidemic of nutrient deficiency, and what you need to do to keep your nutrient levels healthy. We talk about the foods that are the most nutrient dense, what you need to supplement with for optimal health, and the most common nutrient deficiencies. Chris also discusses the problems with RDA's, the many things in our environment working against absorption of nutrients, and the most bioavailable foods you need to be eating. So many great tips on how to level up your nutrients game, so make sure to tune in!   On today's podcast, you will learn: The hidden epidemic of nutrient deficiency. Why getting micronutrients in our diet is essential. The most common nutrients people are deficient in. Why so many people have nutrient deficiencies. The reason you can't trust RDAs. The most nutrient rich foods you can eat. Nutrient deficiencies in people following various diets. How to get more nutrient rich organ meats in your diet. The nutrient supplements people need to be careful taking. Is fiber important in our diet? Chris's incredible line of supplements, Adapt Naturals.   Chris Kresser's Bio: Chris Kresser M.S., L.Ac. is the co-founder of the California Center for Functional Medicine, the founder of Kresser Institute, the host of the top-ranked health podcast Revolution Health Radio, the creator of ChrisKresser.com, and the New York Times best-selling author of The Paleo Cure and Unconventional Medicine. He is one of the most respected clinicians and educators in the fields of Functional Medicine and ancestral health and has trained over 2,000 clinicians and health coaches from over 50 countries in his unique approach.  Chris was named one of the 100 most influential people in health and fitness by Greatist.com and has appeared as a featured guest on Dr. Oz, Time, The Atlantic, NPR, Fox & Friends, and other national media outlets. He lives in Park City, UT, with his wife and daughter. You can learn more about Chris and his work at and  

1A
The Return Of The Sundance Film Festival

1A

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 29:51


The Sundance Film Festival is returning to Park City, Utah, with a slate of more than 120 independent films making their debut to an in-person crowd for the first time in two years. The festival attracts filmmakers and actors from around the globe hoping to become the next "Little Miss Sunshine" or "Get Out."The festival also features a variety of films centering the female experience, including "The Pod Generation." It's set in the future where couples can give birth through a detached artificial womb or pod. We discuss this year's notable films, and the state of independent films in 2023. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.

The Film Comment Podcast
Sundance 2023 #6, with Miriam Bale and Abby Sun

The Film Comment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 51:09


The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing you dispatches and podcasts covering all the highlights of the 2023 edition. On today's podcast, Miriam Bale (Indie Memphis Film Festival) and Abby Sun (International Documentary Association) return for another round of Sundance conversation with Film Comment's Devika Girish. This time, they discuss festival selections Fair Play, All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt, Rye Lane, and The Tuba Thieves. Catch up on all of our Sundance 2023 coverage here: https://www.filmcomment.com/blog/category/festivals/sundance/sundance-2023/

Your Favorite Thing with Wells & Brandi

Live and lo-fi from Disney World and Sundance, your hungover hosts try their best to present their most favorite things of the week. Wells chats all about his LPGA event and the perfection that is the Higgins family. He details an unfortunate situation for Ben, who ended up being locker buddies with his ex-fiancé's husband. He also chats about how small women were absolutely demolishing large NFL and MBA athletes on the course, so, that's fun!! Brandi is in love with Sundance and Park City, and would move there if she won the lottery. Lastly, your hosts check out some voicemails and share the hottest spots in LA for some celeb sightings.  Don't forget to rate, review, and follow Your Favorite Podcast! Plus, keep up with us between episodes on our Instagram page, @yftpodcast and be sure to leave us a voicemail with your fave things at 858-630-1856!  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for making this episode possible! Check out these deals just for you, YFTers:  Nutrafol — Go to Nutrafol.com and enter the promo code YFT to save $15 off your first month's subscription. This is their best offer ANYWHERE and it is only available to US customers for a limited time, plus FREE shipping on EVERY order  Article — Go to article.com/YFT for $50 off your first purchase of $100 or more 

Pridecast with Jonathan Bennett
DAYDREAMING (w/ Ross Mathews)

Pridecast with Jonathan Bennett

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 44:22


Tales from Jonathan and Jaymes' trip to Park City including why Jonathan passed on teaching Jaymes how to ski. Plus, the hilarious Ross Mathews joins them bursting with excitement regarding the latest news from his daytime dream job, his passion for Palm Springs and the inspiration behind his new clothing line!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Melrose Place Podcast
S5 Ep 13 - Crazy Love

The Melrose Place Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 91:34


Air Date Dec 16, 1996. Amanda persuades Peter to start seeing a therapist when he starts acting insanely jealous and manic-mannered, especially when he creates an ugly scene at a business dinner with Craig. Meanwhile, Jane persuades Sherri to spend the Christmas holiday with her, where she tells Jane more about her past. Samantha goes to an art gallery auction to try to recover one of her paintings that Sydney sold to Kyle and pocketed the money, and Billy tries to get another painting away from Craig that he keeps in his office. Sydney meets a reclusive millionaire, named Carter Galivan, whom she hopes he will buy the painting she is trying to sell. Kimberly tells Megan about a plan to kill herself to end all of Michael's fiscal problems. Jake sweeps away Alison's holiday blues with a vacation to Park City, Utah, which turns less than cheerful. Also, Matt starts seeing Dan's possessive side when he showers him with assorted gifts.Contribute to the podcast!Patreon- https://bit.ly/2pq8x1BBuy Podcast Merch! - bit.ly/melrosemerchFollow us on social media!Join our Facebook Group - https://bit.ly/MelroseFBGroupFacebook- https://facebook.com/melrosepodInstagram- https://instagram.com/melrosepodTwitter- https://twitter.com/melrosepodEmail - Melrosepod@gmail.comMore Ways to listen!Apple Podcasts - https://goo.gl/9T4WnbSpotify - http://bit.ly/melrosepodspotifyGoogle Podcasts - https://goo.gl/cxtxjTiHeart Radio - https://bit.ly/iheartradiomelrosepodStitcher - https://goo.gl/54w8PA  

The Film Comment Podcast
Sundance 2023 #5, with Justin Chang and Jessica Kiang

The Film Comment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 70:57


The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing you dispatches and podcasts covering all the highlights of the 2023 edition. On today's podcast, Film Comment Co-Deputy Editor Devika Girish talks to critics Justin Chang (The Los Angeles Times and Fresh Air) and Jessica Kiang (Variety and elsewhere) about Sundance selections Eileen, You Hurt My Feelings, Past Lives (pro-side this time), and Cat Person. Catch up on all of our Sundance 2023 coverage here.

The No Film School Podcast
Live from Sundance, plus Powderkeg Media's Head of Development Approaches the Fest in a Time of Pure Flux

The No Film School Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 46:26


No Film School writers, Alyssa Miller, GG Hawkins, and Ryan Koo discuss the opening weekend of the 2023 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. We share why it has been so great to be back at Sundance in person. Also, we speak to a Powderkeg development executive about the future of indie films. In this episode, we talk about… The difficulty in choosing what to go to due to all the options Approaching your Sundance experience as if you are a character in a script Sharing our various objectives and goals for the festival Theories on the budget cuts Sundance has made The lack of distribution of the films at the festival Appreciating the happy energy of filmmakers at Sundance Powderkeg's purpose for going to the festival How important it is to build relationships in this industry Staying true to your voice by not chasing mandates Memorable Quotes “It's so hard to watch a movie in the middle of your work day and feel like you're actually at a festival.” [0:50] “Part of the filmmaker experience at Sundance is knowing where you sit in the pecking order.” [4:30] “Even if you have a film in the festival, it doesn't mean you're getting into the party.” [8:07] “The reality of Sundance is ditch or be ditched. And it's gonna happen to you and you just have to accept it and go with the flow.” [8:19] “Be honest, be authentic and put yourself out there.” [35:05] Mentioned Adobe Alyssa Miller GG Hawkins Ryan Koo Powderkeg Find No Film School everywhere: On the Web https://nofilmschool.com/ Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/nofilmschool Twitter  https://twitter.com/nofilmschool YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/user/nofilmschool Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nofilmschool Get your questions answered on the podcast by emailing editor@nofilmschool.com!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Film Comment Podcast
Sundance 2023 #3, with Miriam Bale and Abby Sun

The Film Comment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 46:06


The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing you dispatches and podcasts covering all the highlights of the 2023 edition. On today's podcast, Film Comment's Devika Girish talks to Miriam Bale (Indie Memphis Film Festival) and Abby Sun (International Documentary Association) about Sundance selections Earth Mama, Past Lives, Against the Tide, Little Richard: I Am Everything, and Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project.

The Film Comment Podcast
Sundance 2023 #4, Vadim Rizov and Dan Sullivan

The Film Comment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 45:55


The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing you dispatches and podcasts covering all the highlights of the 2023 edition. On today's podcast, Film Comment's Devika Girish talks to Vadim Rivov(Filmmaker Magazine) and Dan Sullivan (Film at Lincoln Center) about Sundance selections Fremont, Gush, Polite Society, and A Common Sequence. They also dig into the festival's New Frontier section and whether or not there's such a thing as a “Sundance film.” Catch up on all of our Sundance 2023 coverage here: https://www.filmcomment.com/blog/category/festivals/sundance/sundance-2023/

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast
TPM Episode 314: Steven Nyman, World Cup Ski Racer, Olympian

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 71:10


Steven Nyman is one of the most accomplished ski racers I've had on the podcast. In a sport where racers can go a whole career without making a podium, Steven stood on podiums around the world 11 times and has three world cup wins to his credit. He's had an incredible race career, and at almost 41, Steven is still going. On the podcast, we talk about not having the advantages of everyone else, talking his way out of school and onto the Park City Team, making the US Team, living in Europe, winning, money, and a lot more Steven Nyman Show Notes: 4:00:  Powder day, Sundance, getting by, finding racing through Coca Cola Cup, and the Sundance Ski Team 13:00:  Chasing the BYU Ski Team, growing up Mormon, and how he was able to convince everyone to let him go to Park City 20:30:  Best Day Brewing:  All of the flavor of your favorite IPA or Kolsch, without the alcohol, the calories, and sugar. Puffin Drinkwear:  Be the hit of every party and gathering with the coolest and cutest drink accessory ever created. Get 20% off with the code powellmovement Elan Skis:  Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 23:15:  Other sports, going from K2 to Fischer, and the importance of better equipment      34:00:  The mystery of why skis are skis fast, fame, speed, and danger   42:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Outdoor Research:  The best outerwear ever built just got better get 25% off all OR products with the code POWELL25 Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Over 60 years of getting you out there 45:30:  Coming back from injury, missing the Olympics because of injury, and money 52:00:  Days when you aren't feeling it, the risk of it, chemical additions to snow, edges, and the Olympics    66:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Chris McCullough

Black Girl Nerds
334: The Sundance Episode - With Filmmakers D. Smith, Milisuthando Bongela and Actor Travina Springer

Black Girl Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 81:57


In this week's episode of the Black Girl Nerds podcast we're celebrating the films coming out of the 2023 Sundance Film Festival!  Featured in this episode are filmmakers D. Smith of 'Kokomo City', Milisuthando Bongela of 'Milisuthando' and actor Travina Springer of 'To Live and Die and Live. The 2023 Festival is January 19–29, 2023, in person in Park City, Salt Lake City, and the Sundance Resort, along with a selection of films available online across the country January 24–29. Segment 1: D. Smith is the director of 'Kokomo City', a film about  four Black transgender sex workers explore the dichotomy between the Black community and themselves while confronting issues long avoided.  Host: Jamie Segment 2: Milisuthando Bongela is the director of 'Milisuthando'. This penetrating coming-of-age personal essay on love and what it means to become human in the context of race explores the memories and experiences of Milisuthando Bongela, who grew up within apartheid without knowing it was happening until it was over. Host: Jeanine Segment 3: Travina Springer stars in 'To Live and Die and Live' a story of a man who returns home to Detroit to bury his stepfather and is thrust into settling his accounts, but Muhammad's struggles with depression and addiction may finish him before he finishes the task. Host: Jamie Music by: Sammus Edited by: Jamie Broadnax

Seventh Row podcast
Sundance 2023: The Spotlight Program and The Eight Mountains

Seventh Row podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 45:33


In the second episode of the Sundance 2023 podcast season, we discuss Sundance's Spotlight Program, its only feature film program dedicated to films that premiered at other festivals. We discuss the program's history of picking great films and giving them the spotlight they needed (but didn't get at other festivals).  We discuss four of the five films programmed in the Spotlight section: Other People's Children, Joyland, L'Immensità, and The Eight Mountains. Since we already talked about Other People's Children in depth on a previous episode, we only discuss it briefly here. Additionally, we go deep on The Eight Mountains, which Alex loved, and briefly discuss the other two films in the program that we've seen which we weren't too keen on. We've actually written books featuring several of the films that screened in Spotlight, including You Were Never Really Here, Girlhood, and The Worst Person in the World. And several of the films previously programmed in the last decade have made our list of the best films of the 2010s. Click here to read the episode show notes. You will also find an AI-generated transcript in the show notes.  About the Sundance 2023 season This is the second episode of our new podcast season on the 2023 Sundance Film Festival. Subscribe to our newsletter for updates on the 2023 Sundance podcast season and coverage on the website. Sundance 2023 runs from January 19-28, and we'll be covering this year's festival in a new podcast season about the films this year and how the programming fits into the festival's history. This is Seventh Row's second podcast season (the first was on Women at Cannes in 2022). Sundance 2023 Bingo Because the festival loves to program films by slot and quota, we are also introducing our annual Sundance Bingo Card, which you can download here. Play along during the festival (or look at past festival editions and the films you've caught which screened there). You can find this year's bingo card in the show notes on our website. In each expisode we'll track our progress on the Bingo card, individuall and as a Seventh Row team. Become a Member All of our episodes that are over 6 months old are available to members only. We also regularly record members only episodes. To get full access to the podcast, including episodes from past Sundance Film Festivals and past Sundance films, become a member. How to follow our Sundance 2023 coverage Subscribe to our newsletter for updates on the 2023 Sundance podcast season and coverage on the website. Follow Seventh Row on Twitter and Instagram @SeventhRow; Alex Heeney @bwestcineaste Twitter and Instagram; and Orla Smith @orlamango on Twitter and @orla_p_smith on Instagram. Show Notes Links to articles/books on films that previously screened in Spotlight Read our list of Seventh Row's 50 Favourite Films of the 2010s, which also includes many films that screened in Sundance's Spotlight Program, including Oslo, August 31st (#1), Their Finest, Raw, and You Were Never Really Here. Get our ebook on Lynne Ramsay's most recent Spotlight film: You Were Never Really Here: A Special Issue Get our ebook on the Céline Sciamma, Portraits of resistance: The cinema of Céline Sciamma, which includes an interview with Sciamma on Girlhood conducted in Park City at Sundance in 2015 when the film screened in Spotlight. Read Orla Smith's interview with writer-director Haifaa Al-Mansour on The Perfect Candidate, which previously screened in Spotlight in 2020. Read Alex Heeney's interview with writer-director Rebecca Miller on Maggie's Plan, which previously screened in Spotlight in 2016. Read Alex Heeney's interview with director Lone Scherfig on Their Finest, which previously screened in Spotlight in 2017. Download the Sundance 2023 bingo card to follow along at home. Related episodes to E2: Sundance 2023 Spotlight program Discover all of our past podcast episodes on films that screened at Sundance. To listen to all of these related episodes, become a member. Ep. 116: Virtual film festivals: Taking stock of their past, present, and future (Members Only). Sundance is one of the only festivals in 2023 still offering a virtual component. On this episode, we talked about the advent of virtual film festivals and what we'd like to see in the future. Ep. 129: Highlights of 2022 Fall Film Festivals (Members Only). We discuss the best films that screened on the festival circuit in fall 2022. This includes a free in-depth discussion of Other People's Children. Episodes on Films featured in the Spotlight section Ep. 112: Joachim Trier's The Worst Person in the World (Free). As the world experts on the films of Joachim Trier (our book on his work will be out later this year), we published an episode on his twice Oscar-nominated film The Worst Person in the World (2021), which screened in Spotlight in 2022. Ep. 73: Explorations of rape culture in Promising Young Woman and The Assistant (Members Only). Although The Assistant premiered at Telluride in 2020, it only really started generating buzz after its 2021 screening in the Spotlight Program at Sundance. In this episode, we discuss its depiction of rape culture alongside a bigger Sundance hit (which was also much less nuanced), Promising Young Woman. Ep. 107: Another Round and Oslo, August 31st: Are men OK? Masculinity, mental health, & addiction(Members Only). Joachim Trier first came to Sundance in 2012 with Oslo, August 31st (which premiered at Cannes in 2011), our #1 film of the 2010s. We talk about how the film addresses masculinity, mental health, & addiction and how this compares with the more recent film, a decade later, Another Round. Episodes on genre films featured in the Sundance Spotlight program Ep. 17: The Nightingale (Members Only): Having launched her career in the World Dramatic Competition at Sundance, Jennifer Kent once again returned to the festival with her second feature, The Nightingale, which premiered at Venice to an underwhelming response. We thought the film was rich and excellent in many ways (if flawed), and went deep on it on the podcast. Ep. 112: Raw and Thelma and modern female monsters (Members Only): After receiving rave reviews (and press about vomiting walkouts) at Cannes and TIFF, Julia Ducournau (who later won the Palme d'Or for Titane) screened her first feature, Raw at Sundance in the Spotlight program. We talk about the film in comparison with Joachim Trier's Thelma. Ep. 38 Australian Westerns: The True History of the Kelly Gang, Sweet Country, and The Dressmaker (Members Only): Warwick Thornton's fantastic feature Sweet Country previously screened in the Sundance Spotlight program after premiering (and winning an award) at Venice and TIFF. In this episode, we discuss how Thornton decolonizes the Australian Western, as well as how this compares to Australian Westerns about settler characters (made by settlers).

The Film Comment Podcast
Sundance 2023 #2, with Sam Adams, Kayla Myers, and Alissa Wilkinson

The Film Comment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 37:07


The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing you dispatches and podcasts covering all the highlights of the 2023 edition. On today's podcast, Film Comment's Devika Girish invited FC friends and critics Alissa Wilkinson (Vox), Sam Adams (Slate) and Kayla Myers (Indie Memphis Film Festival) to chat about the buzzy titles of Day Two, including Justice, Earth Mama, To Live and Die and Live, Mami Wata, Animalia, the documentary shorts program, and more.

The Film Comment Podcast
Sundance 2023 #1, with Abby Sun and Alissa Wilkinson

The Film Comment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 56:53


With the Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returning to in-person screenings this year, your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing you dispatches and podcasts covering each day's new highlights and lowlights. To kick things off, FC editor Devika Girish invited Abby Sun (International Documentary Association) and Alissa Wilkinson (Vox) to talk about some of the opening night films, including The Longest Goodbye, Kim's Video, and The Pod Generation, and the titles they're most excited to see in the coming days.

Arthouse Garage: A Movie Podcast
111: The Souvenir, The Souvenir: Part II, and The Eternal Daughter

Arthouse Garage: A Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 83:53


"Did you resist the temptation to be obvious?"Today on the show, it's all about Joanna Hogg. Filmmaker Linh Tran is here to tell us why Hogg is one of her favorite directors, as we look at her latest film THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER. I also took the opportunity to finally watch THE SOUVENIR and THE SOUVENIR: PART II, so we talk a bit about those as well.Linh Tran is the director of the new film WAITING ON THE LIGHT TO CHANGE, which is playing Slamdance next week!To watch the film at home, check out the Slamdance Virtual Festival (January 23-29) streaming on the Slamdance Channel. Details here: https://slamdance.com/passes/To get tickets for an in-person screening in Park City, UT Jan 22 and Jan 24, click here: https://slamdance2023.eventive.org/films/638a7c5fdb790900373ed52fFollow Linh Tran and her work online at her website, www.mlinhltran.comConnect with Arthouse Garage Support us on Patreon Arthouse Garage shop Instagram Facebook Twitter Letterboxd Email us at Andrew@ArthouseGarage.com Subscribe to the email newsletter: arthousegarage.com/subscribe Try Opopop popcorn! Get 10% off your first order Theme music by Apauling Productions

Christopher Gabriel Program
January 21, 2023: Daily Beast Entertainment Critic Nick Schager

Christopher Gabriel Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 10:37


Nick makes his weekly visit, this week live from the Sundance Film Festival, as he reviews Junji to Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre (Netflix) and That 90's Show (Netflix). Nick also gives an overview and preview of this year's film festival in Park City, Utah.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real Estate Finder
Ep. 67 - Everything You Need to Know About Park City, Utah with Real Estate Agent Janine Finley

Real Estate Finder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 46:44


On today's episode, we speak to Janine Finley, a local real estate agent in Park City, Utah. If you've ever wondered what it's like to live in Utah, definitely listen to today's episode.  Janine explains all of the real estate options in and around Park City from ski-in ski-out homes on the mountain to living in a gated community with golf and other country club amenities.  There's so much to do in Park City depending on the season and Janine says there's FIVE seasons there! From skiing and snowboarding to hiking and golfing, you'll never be bored in any season.  If you're looking to move to Park City or purchase a second home, definitely contact Janine! She's a great resource and knows everything you need to know about not just real estate, but lift tickets, social activities, ways to save money, and her husband has a private car service so you don't have to worry about navigating icy roads or paying for parking.  Janine@janinefinley.com Thanks for joining us on the Real Estate Finder Podcast!    Brought to you by: Matthew H. Maschler, Esq. Real Estate Broker (561) 208-3334 Matt@RealEstateFinder.com www.RealEstateFinder.com 6699 North Federal Highway, Suite 103 Boca Raton, FL 33487   And check out our other Podcasts: https://www.realestatefinder.com/podcasts/ Shop: https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/matthewmania Member of the Palm Beach Board of REALTORS®, the Miami Association of REALTORS®, the Naples Areas Board of REALTORS®, Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association and R-World Broward, Palm Beaches, and St Lucie REALTORS®. Help Israel Now! All support goes Straight to Israel's Soldiers www.yasharlachayal.org Learn how to support our efforts to provide housing in Haiti http://www.frank-mckinney.com/caring-house-project Ask about joining the Signature team! Learn more about the Signature Real Estate Companies and why you should join South Florida's real estate industry leaders, Ranked #1 in Boca Raton, #25 in Florida and #336 in the Nation. www.SignatureRecruiter.com Offices in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Coral Springs / Parkland, Ft Lauderdale, Miami, Naples, Palm Beach, Orlando and throughout Florida. And be sure to check out www.BocaRatonWrestling.com  

New Release

This week on New Release (episode #146 overall and #1—of 2—in our SUNDANCE ‘03 miniseries) … festies Ashley, Derrick, and Drew hit the road to Park City, Utah for the annual Sunny-D indie film festival. Let's start with American Splendor, the bold and authentic biopic/documentary film that won over audiences and jury members alike. We get into what makes this unusual mix of storytelling styles so invigorating for first-time viewers. Impressive performances. Smooth jazz. Sadness. Blur the lines between real and fiction with us, every week, by searching ‘New Release' on Spotify or Apple to subscribe. Till next week. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit newrelease.substack.com

The Ankler Hot Seat
The Disney Drama Continues!

The Ankler Hot Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 43:55


This week, the Disney soap opera took even more twists with a board shake-up and vocal misgivings from today's Hollywood bogeyman: the activist investor. Sean McNulty and Richard Rushfield unpack the welts from Nelson Peltz (which include a finger wag for the $71 billion purchase of Fox), and why Disney attracts so much drama. Also: Richard shares his view from the inside of the Golden Globes, its predictable ratings collapse, and what it augers for awards season. Lastly, with Richard jetting off to the Sundance Film Festival, the team talks about the indie sector's theatrical wing all but in collapse, and what might come out of the confab. (Note, click here for a special invitation to an Ankler event for readers and listeners in Park City.) This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit theankler.com/subscribe

Hear Her Sports
Anouk Patty Chief of Sport US Ski and Snowboard …Ep139

Hear Her Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 54:31


Anouk Patty has a long and distinguished career at several blue-chip corporations. She was Head of Strategic Partnerships at HP, Inc. focused on 3D scanning and 3D printing partnerships, particularly in the footwear and sports categories. Prior to that, she led HP's partnerships in the gaming space. Anouk spent time at Intuit where she was the GM of Quicken and Quickbooks for the Mac business. Her foundational professional experience was developed at both Bain & Company in San Francisco and J.P. Morgan in New York City and Melbourne, Australia. Anouk is on the board of Park City-based POWDR, the parent company of Woodward, Copper Mountain, and Killington Resort and previously sat on the board of Green Mountain Valley School. Anouk is a long-time athlete. She competed on the U.S. Alpine Ski Team in the 1980s and raced for Dartmouth College, where she was a three-time All-American and won the NCAA Skiing Championship in 1988. She earned an MBA from Harvard Business School, an executive education certificate in leadership in innovation from Stanford Business School, and a B.A in Economics from Dartmouth College. Anouk continues to love the outdoors, aims to get out every day to ski, play golf, mountain bike or trail run.   Join Hear Her Sports Patreon https://www.patreon.com/hearhersports Find all episodes http://www.hearhersports.com/ Find Hear Her Sports on all social @hearhersports Find Anouk at http://usskiandsnowboard.org/about/executive-leadership-team Find US Ski Team on IG at https://www.instagram.com/usskiteam/

InTouch with Terri
BulletProof Your Practice in 2023 - How to Succeed Despite Economic Conditions

InTouch with Terri

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 24:10


To kick off 2023, enjoy this power-packed, real talk episode of In Touch with Terri as Terri dishes out How To Bulletproof Your Practice in 2023 with 10 tips on how to succeed despite economic conditions. Register for the Aesthetic Success 4/S Summit in Park City, Utah on February 16, 2023 before January 15th to lock in the early bird special!  Reserve now https://www.theaestheticsuccess.com/ If you are ready to create change and want to learn more about APX, please visit https://apxplatform.com to schedule a discovery call. Please visit our youtube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxOkt_vcZd4lXKwcGbgMYaQ If you found this episode valuable, please share this with a friend or colleague that would benefit from listening. 

Bitch Talk
New Year Same Bitches - First Basic Bitch of 2023

Bitch Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 43:11


Hey there! Happy new year!  2023 marks our 10th year in podcasting and we're so excited to share this major milestone with you. Earlier this week we sat together in studio and recorded our first Basic Bitch of this year. In this episode we talk about our Sundance fundraiser that is going on right now. It costs upwards of $6K to cover both the Sundance and Slamdance film festivals (both go on at the same time in Park City, Utah) and as an independent podcast, this is a big stretch for us to cover. Any donation is appreciated and if you can't donate, spreading the word helps!We also get into our new year's eve/new year's day shenanigans, Ange's boner killer convo's with dudes, how Erin is not going to run for Mayor of San Francisco, and more.  Stay tuned for our upcoming interviews with Daveed Diggs (our emotional support human) and The Big Brunch's Catie Randazzo in the coming weeks and of course, our coverage of the Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals.  Donate to our Sundance/Slamdance fundraiser HERE . Details on donation levels are below:*Basic Bitch Level - $25: Tagged shoutouts in our Instagram stories while we're at Sundance. You never know who will show up.*Fancy Bitch Level - $100: Only 5 slots available! You get a personal thank-you at the end of each of our original Bitch Talk episodes from Sundance 2023*Gold Star Bitch Level - $150: Only 8 slots available! At this level, you get a personal thank-you at the end of each original Bitch Talk episode from Sundance 2023 + the chance to win a box of Sundance swag that we will personally pick for you.*Rich Bitch Level - $200: For this generation gift, you get an Instagram story tag from Sundance + a personal thank-you at the end of each of our Sundance 2023 episodes + the chance to win a box of Sundance swag we will personally pick for you!--Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 700 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and abortion is normal.--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions 

KPCW The Mountain Life
The Mountain Life | January 11, 2023

KPCW The Mountain Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 51:55


Dr. Anna Lembke discusses her book, "Dopamine Nation: Finding Balance in the Age of Indulgence." She shares how we can recharge our natural dopamine release by cutting out the unhealthy external search for dopamine.(00:44)Then, Park City resident Dr. Bob Barrali, a board-certified emergency physician who transitioned into integrative medicine, shares why he founded Journease, a therapy clinic in Salt Lake City specializing in ketamine-assisted therapy. (35:11)

Out 'N About
PC LifDEEZ EP01 - Sin Duda with Jacob Cotner

Out 'N About

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 93:55


Jacob Cotner is a 19-year-old lift operator from Atlanta, Georgia. He came here to shred pow and learn somewhere in the range of 10 to 20 Spanish phrases that will garner him enough street cred to, one day, own and operate his very own hybrid snowboard/break dance/pastry shop, Sin Duda.   This season's adventure takes place in Park City, Utah, where I'm working as a Liftee (lift operator) on the largest ski resort in North America. I came out here in order to learn how to snowboard and forge connections that will last a lifetime. My hope, as always, is that if I stay open to it, life will present me with opportunities that will lead me to more and more adventures.

KPCW Local News Hour
Local News Hour | January 6, 2023

KPCW Local News Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 49:43


Utah Avalanche Center report. (02:33) Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt on upcoming projects. (05:20) Park City Councilmember Max Doilney has a recap of last night's meeting. (22:57) Park City resident and mountain climber Jenn Drummond talks about her second summit attempt. (41: 19)

Following Films Podcast
Moby on his Documentary Film PUNK ROCK VEGAN MOVIE

Following Films Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 32:31


Today I'm joined by Moby to discuss his film ‘Punk Rock Vegan Movie! The new documentary will have its world premiere and be the Opening Night film for the 2023 Slamdance Film Festival on January 20 in Park City, Utah. The film, which is Moby's directorial debut, is a passionate and stylistically idiosyncratic look at the ongoing relationship between the worlds of punk rock and animal rights. It includes interviews with some of the biggest names in punk and rock history, like Ian Mackaye, HR, Dave Navarro, Ray Cappo, Andrew Hurley, Tony Kanal, Tim McIlrath, Water Schreifels, Dave Dictor, Derrick Green, Steve Ignorant, Theo Kogan, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, Amy Lee, and Captain Sensible. Moby tells the story of how punk rock became such a fertile and surprising breeding ground for vegan activism. It's also a call to action, unapologetically reminding people that in a deeply broken world it's incumbent upon each of us to stand up and fight intelligently, passionately, and loudly against injustice. In the spirit of punk rock, Moby will be giving the film away for free following the Slamdance premiere. “'PUNK ROCK VEGAN MOVIE' was created to shine a light on the surprising and inspiring history of punk rock and animal rights, but also to remind people of the importance and desperate urgency of adopting the uncompromising ethics and actions of the original punk rock activists,” said Moby. “After it makes its world premiere at Slamdance, it's yours. It's my goal to give the movie away, as I can't in good conscience try to profit from what is essentially a labor of love and activism." Learn more about the film's premiere at Slamdance Film Festival by visiting: www.slamdance.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/followingfilms/support

Top Docs:  Award-Winning Documentary Filmmakers
Sundance 2023 Lineup Rundown with Basil Tsiokos

Top Docs: Award-Winning Documentary Filmmakers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 53:09


It's back! After two years of being virtual, the Sundance Film Festival, one of the world's great film showcases, returns from January 19 – 29, 2023 to Park City and Salt Lake City, UT for a robust lineup of live, in-person screenings and events. While the second half of the festival will also feature online screenings, there is nothing like showing films “up on the mountain” to a packed audience of film fanatics. For the second year in a row, “Top Docs” caught up with a very busy Basil Tsiokos, Sundance Senior Programmer, Nonfiction, to preview this year's lineup of (no-doubt) extraordinary documentary features and give us a programmer's inside view of this amazing festival. And don't miss Basil's predictions for this year's Oscar nominations in the Best Documentary Feature category! To check out more info about the films and to find out which titles are available to view both in-person and (during the second half of the fest) online within the US, go to: festival.sundance.org   By the Numbers: Sundance Feature Submissions and Documentary Competition Sections: FEATURE FILM SUBMISSIONS: Of the 4,061 feature film submissions, 1,662 were from the U.S. and 2,399 were international; 1,105 (27%) were directed by one or more filmmakers who identify as women; 91 (2%) were directed by one or more filmmakers who identify as nonbinary individuals; 1,676 (41%) were directed by one or more filmmakers who identify as people of color; 547 (13%) were directed by one or more filmmakers who identify as LGBTQ+.   U.S. DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION: 63% or 10 of the 16 directors in this year's U.S. Documentary Competition identify as women; 63% or 10 of the 16 identify as people of color; 13% or 2 of the 16 identify as LGBTQ+; 6% or 1 of the 16 identify as a person with a disability.   WORLD DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION: 46% or 6 of the 13 directors in the World Documentary Competition identify as women; 38% or 5 of the 13 as people of color; 23% or 3 of the 13 identify as LGBTQ+; 8% or 1 of the 13 identify as a person with a disability.   Follow: @whatnottodoc on Instagram and @1basil1 on twitter @sundanceorg on Instagram and @sundancefest on twitter @topdocspod on Instagram and twitter   The Presenting Sponsor of "Top Docs" is Netflix.

Namaste B$tches
RHONJ Season 13 Trailer & Treats from Tulum

Namaste B$tches

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 34:48


Teresa is back from Tulum, Mexico and Melissa has returned from Park City, Utah, and they are dishing on the RHONJ Season 13 trailer that proved to be quite the holiday treat! They comment on the wedding footage, the Housewives newbies, the returning “friend,” and some of the other press coverage Teresa's received in recent days.

Parenting Our Future
The Cool Down | POF182

Parenting Our Future

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 50:03


Climate change is on all of our minds and it's hard not to feel overwhelmed, depressed and helpless about the state of the planet…but you don't have to feel that way anymore! I'm super pumped to talk and introduce my guests and co-founders of The Cool Down (www.thecooldown.com) Anna Robertson and Nina Tooly. These moms have gone from sharing green product recommendations with each other to building The Cool Down, a climate content and commerce startup that's working to take the overwhelm out of climate topics and promote accessible sustainability. When we become parents, we look at the world differently and we want to make sure we preserve it for our children, their children and all future generations. I've been overwhelmed with what I can do in my own life to create positive change and make sustainable choices so having a tool in my back pocket like The Cool Down is such a game changer. What I love about Amy and Nina's work and message is that it's based in positivity, and empowerment. They are sharing easy sustainable swaps for the products you are already using AND most importantly, they are vetting them and they aren't more expensive than what you're already paying! BONUS!! They also share GOOD NEWS stories about climate every single week and have just launched a new Instagram account for those of us who love green products! Follow them on Instagram @greenproductguide To make things even easier for parents, Anna and Nina are giving us a guide, “How Parents Can Lead the Way in Shaping a Cooler, Cleaner Future,” you can download it from the Parent Toolbox. www.parent-toolbox.com Here are some of the suggestions mentioned in the episode: https://sciencemoms.com https://www.kateydenno.com/ https://mobbeauty.com/ https://fordays.com/ About Anna Robertson and Nina Tooley Anna Robertson is co-founder and chief content officer of The Cool Down. She is an Emmy and Murrow Award-winning executive, producer, and innovator who has shaped new and legacy media brands and developed content formats at ABC / Disney and Yahoo News. She spent ten years at Good Morning America. Early in her career, Anna was mentored by Diane Sawyer and served as the legendary journalist's producer as they covered major stories around the world. Anna is now based in Park City, Utah with her husband and two children, where she is involved in sustainability efforts for her community. Nina Tooley is head of commerce and marketing for The Cool Down. She is an accomplished entrepreneur and CMO with 20 years of experience launching and growing digital-forward fashion, beauty, and retail brands. Her experience spans her own entrepreneurial endeavors in fashion and ecommerce and high-level marketing roles at companies including Guthy-Renker, working on campaigns for Proactiv and other well-known brands. Nina is based in Sun Valley, Idaho - where she grew up - with her husband and two children. Contact information: Email: lisa@lisacrawfordconsulting.com Social Media: Website:

KPCW Local News Hour
Local News Hour | December 29, 2022

KPCW Local News Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 48:29


Utah Avalanche Center Report (2:58)Flight cancelations, driven by Southwest Airlines, have ripple effects in Park City (6:11) Treasure Mountain Junior High School digital media and photoshop teacher Meagan Chartier and students Grace Gladson, Oslo Elliott, Eli Olson and Vivian Bagley talk about their top sheet design project for Olympian Devin Logan skis ( 9:33) Youth Sports Alliance starts off the new year strong (19:16)Park City Professional Ski Patrol Members Quinn Graves and Lee Moriarty have details about their intense work and a free community avalanche talk Jan. 4th (21.03)Congressman John Curtis offers thoughts on the upcoming Congress and recent world events. (33:26)

KPCW Local News Hour
Local News Hour | December 28, 2022

KPCW Local News Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 47:58


Utah Avalanche Center Report (3:05)Incoming storm brings heavy wind, causing lift holds at resorts (7:17)Driver dead after head-on collision near Strawberry Reservoir (9:38)Anglers set new fishing records in Utah (10:52)Slamdance Film Festival returns to Park City in January (13:47)Canice Harte talks about joining Summit County Council (16:38)Rhonda Sideris explains local impacts from the current storm/flight crisis (32:25)Chad Brackelsberg with Utah Avalanche Center talks about UAC's podcast and the current storm increasing backcountry skiing danger (38:45)

OutKick 360
Hour 3 - Guest Co-host Coach Jeff Fisher, 360 Headlines, Clay Travis - OutKick Founder.

OutKick 360

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 46:50


Coach Fisher breaks down how the Rams aligned the stars to acquire Baker Mayfield and how it'll make next offseason in LA interesting. And how The Titans resting almost the entire squad is a tell-tale sign that Week 17 means nothing and it's all about the Week 18 win and in game against the Jags. Also if Coach Fisher every contemplated coaching CFB. Clay joins the show from the side of the mountain in Park City, Utah. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S3-E61 - NASH-TAG 2023 Preview with Stephen Harrison

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 39:12


NASH-TAG 2023 co-course director Stephen Harrison and scientific advisory board committee member Jörn Schattenberg join Louise Campbell and Roger Green to preview what is shaping to be a highly anticipated conference leading the field into a promising New Year. In light of Madrigal's announcement of positive topline results from the MAESTRO-NASH trial of resmetirom, the first half of this conversation focuses on Stephen's assessment of the emerging story. He then provides an overarching walk through of the format and schedule for the event held in Park City, Utah on January 5-7. The group notes there to be a full stack of “wow” presentations embedded in the program in addition to the developing takeaways from Madrigal's announcement. Jörn looks forward to discourse on what he calls the “next generation of NITs” and Louise highlights an interest in updates on moving pathways forward. Surf on for the full preview and visit the NASH-TAG 2023 website to review this riveting agenda. 

KPCW Local News Hour
Local News Hour | December 22, 2022

KPCW Local News Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 49:07


Utah Avalanche Center report. (1:45) Deer Valley residents not wild about parking lot development plans. (4:33) Heber Valley Chamber's Jessica Broadhead discusses findings from 2022 annual report and key goals for 2023. (7:22)Wastewater sampling shows tourism down, COVID up in Park City area. (21:49) Park Ave. crossing guards aim to increase traffic efficiency. (23:56) ‘It is going to take real cuts to everyone': Leaders meet to decide future of Colorado River. (25:52) Pediatric drug shortages leave Park City parents scrambling. (29:56) Josh Probst to serve as interim Wasatch County Sheriff. (32:54) Park City Fire District's Mike Owens shares holiday fire safety tips. (35:52)

KPCW The Mountain Life
The Mountain Life | December 21, 2022

KPCW The Mountain Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 50:38


Boot fitter extraordinaire Brian Potempa, who has been in the ski industry for over 30 years, talks about his recently opened shop, The Ski Shoe, in Park City. (01:00) Judd Efinger with Park City Teamworks talks about his new book, "The 7 Summits of Winning Teams: Why Some Teams Make it to the Top." (24:05)

Criminally Listed Presents: Into the Killing

In this episode, we reveal how the police identified B.T.K. and talk about the man who killed 10 people between 1974 and 1991 in Wichita and Park City, Kansas.

The Landlord Diaries
#18 Furnished Mid-Term Vacation Rentals in Ski Towns (Part 1)

The Landlord Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 26:21


In today's episode, we are putting a new spin on things to highlight a vacation destination spot for this upcoming ski season. Ed Clancy is a mid-term/ short-term host in Park City, Utah. His luxurious condo is sure to please with endless amenities, local favorites at your doorstep and one of Park City's ski lifts right out the front door.You can check out his ski town rental here: https://www.furnishedfinder.com/property/374297_1The Landlord Diaries is brought to you by Furnished Finder, where you can list your property for only $99 and no booking fees!

In Depth With Graham Bensinger
Lindsey Vonn: Former Olympic Ski Racer

In Depth With Graham Bensinger

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 62:11


Three-time Olympic Medalist Lindsey Vonn invites Graham to her new Park City, Utah, mountain retreat. The alpine World Cup champion discusses retired life, her dozens of injuries and the daily battle with permanent physical damage.

The Land Bulletin
Top 6 Things to Consider When Buying a Ranch Near a Resort Town

The Land Bulletin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 29:12


At Mirr Ranch Group, we often work with clients who want to buy a ranch near famous ski resort towns like Aspen, Vail, Steamboat, Jackson, and Park City. Today, Haley sits down with ranch broker and resort-market specialist, Tommy Latousek, to discuss the top 6 things an informed buyer should know when buying a ranch property near one of these special places.Panel: Haley Mirr and Tommy LatousekNeed professional help finding, buying, or selling a legacy ranch, contact us:Mirr Ranch Group901 Acoma StreetDenver, CO 80204Phone: (303) 623-4545https://www.MirrRanchGroup.com/

Last Chair: The Ski Utah Podcast
SE4:EP6 - Bill Wyatt: Gateway to Utah - The New SLC

Last Chair: The Ski Utah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 54:34


The new Salt Lake City International airport provides the closest gateway in the world to such a diversity of skiing and riding. Opened in September 2020, the new SLC is one of the world's most innovative and eco-friendly airports, providing a welcome mat for upwards of 30,000 passengers a day. Last Chair sat down with Executive Director Bill Wyatt to learn more about why SLC is turning heads with visitors from around the world.Wyatt, who grew up in Oregon where he ran the Portland International Airport and the city's maritime port, thought he was retiring in 2017. But a few days later, he took a recruiter's call and landed in Salt Lake City. Taking over the construction project, he saw it to conclusion then shepherded the airport through the pandemic, ultimately saving two years and hundreds of millions of dollars in cost savings through an ingenious plan that took advantage of low passenger counts in 2020.Our Last Chair interview with Wyatt took place in the airport's bustling Central Plaza, just inside security and in the midst of Utah restaurants such as Market Street Grill and Roosters. The affable Wyatt was quite at home, excitedly talking about the airport and the role it plays welcoming thousands of visitors each day.Here's a sample of Last Chair's episode 6 with airport leader Bill Wyatt. Listen in to learn more in what was a fun conversation that showcases the welcoming atmosphere at the new SLC.Bill, to start, give us a sense of perspective of the Salt Lake City Airport?We're 20th largest in the country and that is largely because we're a Delta hub – 70% of their traffic connects through Salt Lake. Without being a connecting hub, we would probably have 45 or so nonstop flights. Today, I think we have about 95. During the pandemic, obviously not something any of us ever anticipated, Salt Lake was one of the fastest to return to service. And today I think we stand as the most recovered airport in the country in terms of airplane seats in the market. And that has a lot to do with why we're here talking. During the pandemic, there was a point at which people just said, ‘you know what, I'm getting out of my basement. I'm going to go somewhere.' They weren't going to go to New York City. They weren't going to Disneyland. But they did come to Salt Lake because they could go skiing or they could go to the national parks or up into the desert. And we're continuing to see very strong volumes for all of that.On that note, just how did the pandemic impact traffic at SLC?I always look at how many people are going to arrive at the front door, because that's where you really have to pay attention. And a big day for us is 30,000 people. And that February (2020), I think we had two or three of those days. In late March (2020), I remember standing on the sky bridge to my office, which was above Terminal A, for 10 minutes and not seeing a single passenger. And we were at that point about five months from opening (the new airport). So it was obviously concerning. Tom Kelly: [00:09:19] We're going to talk a little bit more about the plan. And I know we'll dive back into some of the benefits that pandemic actually brought to your construction. But just to talk a little bit about the airport itself and maybe if you could elaborate on what your specific role is. I know that you oversee the whole thing, but what are some of the areas that are really big focal points for you in managing the Salt Lake City International Airport?Going back in time, why did Salt Lake City decide to invest in a new airport?The old airport was designed to handle about 10 million annual passengers and in its last full year of operation did just a little over 28. The old airport really couldn't handle much more. It certainly couldn't handle any more aircraft. It was old. It was not designed as a hub. I always hold up my hand when I talk about the old airport because that's what it looked like. You know, you had these five fingers or five concourses that were connected. And if there was a single aircraft movement in between any two of those fingers, everything else came to a stop. And so this airport is designed as a 21st century hub airport where no aircraft ever has to wait for another one to get out of its way, which has, by the way, enormous positive environmental benefits, because the old airport caused a lot of jet fuel to be burned unnecessarily because of that design feature.On that point, how important was sustainability in the new airport plan?The decision was made to go for gold LEED standard. The way that this was accomplished was a tremendous focus on energy efficiency. The little bag tugs that take the bags back and forth from the planes -- they're all electric now. They're not actually allowed to have internal combustion engines in the bag halls or underneath the building at all. Natural light harvesting – a tremendous amount of environmental automation that goes with the building we use today, less electricity in this building than we did in the old airport, which I think is a sign of the effort that was undertaken. Little things like free flowing dual taxi lanes in all directions means that planes are taxiing less on the ground and getting out of here quicker, which means a huge amount of carbon savings. So the day the new airport opened, I like to say, was probably the best day for air quality in this valley in a very, very long time.What are the key milestones coming up over the next few years?So the milestones that are in front of us, we recently completed one milestone, which is to allow for aircraft to taxi over the top of what we call the central tunnel. The next big milestone will occur in May when the first four gates on A Concourse East, which is currently under construction, open. The following November, all of the A concourse opens. And then the following fall, the central tunnel will open.  And it will significantly improve the customer experience. I am confident that we will begin construction of a 16 gate expansion (on Concourse B), something that was not really anticipated for several years, which will conclude in 2027. And that means in the space of seven years, Salt Lake will have gone from an airport that had 52 jet bridges to one with 94 jet bridges. And that growth is really a mirror reflection of what's been happening in the economy of this value, this valley to the ski industry, the tourism industry, just the tremendous growth that we all can see with our own eyes.What are some unique elements for skiers?The ski industry had a lot to do with various design elements of the airport. The bag belts where the agent puts your bag is a full foot wider than a conventional bag belt, and that is to accommodate oversized bags like skis, snowboards, golf clubs. When you are an arriving passenger, you go out into the bag hall to grab your bags and your ski bag is on a vertical carousel. So it's a lot easier to pick off. And I might say for those skiers who've had their four or five days of skiing and then are going home, we've we're making some adjustments here that I think are going to be tremendously well received. One, if you take a shuttle down from Park City, for example, and arrive at level one, which is the ground floor, you can get off there and go directly in and check in and then move through the checkpoint from level one itself. You don't have to go up three stories to do that. The other thing that Delta is going to do this season – I'm very excited for this – they're working with the resorts to allow customers to check their oversized bag at the resort. It'll be delivered sometime during the night to the airport, go through the bag check area, and the skier will see their bag when they arrive at their destination. What has made Utah special to you in the five years since you moved here?I'm always impressed by wherever I am – I can be down in southern Utah, I can be up north, I can be east of here. People are genuinely very nice. They they reach out, they're pleasant. A friend of mine said to me, when the pioneers first arrived in this valley, it wasn't entirely clear for about 20 years they were going to make it. You're going to make it if you put your arms around other people and help pull the wagon, so to speak. And I definitely have that feel here. It's very special.

Hack My Age
How to Superage, Lessons Learned From 100 Interviews With Inspiring People - David Harry Stewart

Hack My Age

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 68:29


David Harry Stewart is the founder of AGEIST magazine. He shares lessons learned on aging optimally in the modern world through his interviews with over 100 inspiring older adults. David is now in his 60s and left LA to live in Park City, Utah for a more natural environment. He has reinvented himself from photographer to entrepreneur and influencer. David is the go-to reference on people in our age group and he shares his expertise with major media publications like the Wall Street Journal, CNN and Forbes. Contact David Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weareageist/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/weareageist Website: https://www.ageist.com Newsletter: https://www.ageist.com/newsletter/ Tedx Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/david_stewart_redesigning_age The Superage Podcast: https://www.ageist.com/category/superage-podcast/ Join the Hack My Age community on: Facebook Page : http://facebook.com/hackmyage Facebook Group: Biohacking Women 50+ - Longevity After Menopause https://www.facebook.com/groups/biohackingwomen50 Instagram: http://instagram.com/hackmyage Website: http://www.hackmyage.com Clubhouse: @hackmyage (Club: Biohacking Women 50+) Hack My Age VIP Group: http://patreon.com/hackmyage Email: zora@hackmyage.com Newsletter: http://www.hackmyage.com/newsletter This podcast is edited by jonathanjk.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hackmyage/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hackmyage/support

Shine with Mary Obana
Trauma, Trust, and Triumph—An Interview with Allison Dittmer

Shine with Mary Obana

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 51:13


058—When trauma strikes, it can leave you feeling lost and afraid. And when you are in the midst of it, it can be hard to see the value of what is in front of you. In this episode, Mary interviews Allison Dittmer, an outdoor adventurist whose life was met with devastating life challenges, including a ski accident that resulted in a traumatic brain injury. Allison shares the life lessons that emerged from it and the magical ways the Universe guided and supported her along the way leading to her family's decision to sponsor two Ukrainian refugees. This is a story of how trauma can lead to triumph, and an inspiring example of how leading with trust brings out the good in everyone.----Contact Allison Dittmer at:Email: AlDitty@gmail.comUniting for Ukraine for refugee sponsorship information https://www.uscis.gov/ukraineAccommodation, Help & Shelter for Ukraine Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/699929631375624/NPR Interview: Ukrainian Couple Arrives to Park City to Big Community Welcomehttps://www.kpcw.org/park-city/2022-11-10/ukrainian-couple-arrives-in-park-city-to-big-community-welcomeBook: "The Happiest Man on Earth: The Beautiful Life of an Auschwitz Survivor" by Eddie Jakuhttps://www.amazon.com/Happiest-Man-Earth-Eddie-Jaku-ebook/dp/B087423FC7To learn more about Mary Obana, visit her website:maryobana.comTo learn more about having Mary connect you directly to your own spiritual guidance, visit:maryobana.com/private-readingFor more information about Mary's book "Shine: A Simple Guide to Finding Your Light and Letting It Shine on the World", visit:maryobana.com/amazonTo contact Mary directly about Awakening Coaching or to receive her newsletter, please email her at:mary@maryobana.comFollow her:Facebook @maryobana.shineInstagram @obanamaryLinkedIn @maryobana

Jere Metcalf Podcast
280. Ben Wood: How to Cultivate Serendipity, Against All Odds

Jere Metcalf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 72:07


A very special guest on the podcast this week.World famous architect, Ben Wood, who, in short, cultivated serendipity against all odds… not just in how he won business, in how he changed China and architecture globally. Before he had made a name for himself, Ben, from a middle class family in rural Georgia, was winning  business that world renowned architects were competing for.He won  business nationally and globally from developing growth management strategies for Snowmass, Aspen, Telluride and Park City to authoring the master plans for the Revitalization of New York Times Square to designing developments in major cities across the United States as well as in Japan, England and throughout Europe and in China. Ben is perhaps is most renowned for being the Architect who designed Shanghai's famous Xintiandi (which means “New Heaven and Earth).Xintiandi is so successful that it has become a verb and not only in China but across the globe. Developers say to architects, ‘Can you Xintiandi this project for me?' Ben says he listens to people and culture and he sees not only the vision and design, he sees opportunity where others didn't. He's done it, not just once, again and again. We talk about Ben's life, how against all obvious odds, he cultivates serendipity.*** Don't miss Ben's book releasing soon, ‘Into the Dragon's Mouth', stories from an American Architect Who Changed China. ***Shownotes - 0:00 - Ben Wood: How to Cultivate Serendipity, Against All Odds5:02 - Ben shares his back story13:01 - Deciding to become an architect22:47 - The story of winning29:12 - Being a visionary (looking to the future, not the past)31:28 - Earning great clients38:10 - People first44:22 - Ideas48:40 - Ben's ‘BusinessFeeder', DR Bar (Shanghai)54:51 - Passion and serving people57:00 - The Final 3People/Resources Mentioned - Benjamin C. ThompsonSteven SpielbergJeffrey Katzenberg DreamWorks Animation Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT Harvard University National Art Gallery Time Magazine Ben's Ted Talk Elon MuskBeryl MarkhamBooks -Leonardo da Vinci - by Walter IsaacsonSteve Jobs - by Walter IsaacsonThe Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick) - by Seth Godin West with the Night - by Beryl Markham‘Into the Dragon's Mouth', stories from an American Architect Who Changed China - by Ben Wood* - Releases in 2023Quotes-He who flies highest sees the farthest… just remember, just as you needed a runway to take off, remember to consider your landing. Find something you do well, and do it almost better than anybody in the world.www.JereMetcalfPodcast.comPowered byJere Metcalf Partners404.627.7789Jere@mpartners.ioJeremetcalfpart