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The Source:Smooth Jazz Radio Podcast
Episode 6: Episode 6 - Smooth Jazz (2022)

The Source:Smooth Jazz Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 125:33


A wide variety of Smooth Jazz, Contemporary, Easy Listening, Fusion,Instrumental and Vocal Jazz from around the world featuring both majorand indie label artists. Playing "The Best Smooth Jazz on the Internet"for your listening pleasure.Session 11. Cindy Bradley - Drive (4:21)2. Lin Rountree - Candie's Dance (4:29)3. Wakana - Fika Talk (feat. Jonathan Fritzen) (4:15)4. Daryl Beebe - New Day (3:45)5. Mike Phillips - City Lights (3:00)6. Patrick Lamb - Dream Again (4:30)7. Sergey Chipenko - All for You (4:51)8. Al Green - Take Me to the River (3:44)9. Dave Koz - Summertime in NYC (feat. Brian McKnight) (4:06)10.Brian Simpson - What I'm Waiting For (4:12)Session 211.Yancyy - Happy (Radio edit) (3:48)12.Ryan La Valette - Let It Flow (4:06)13.Walter Chancellor Jr - TIME 2 CHILL (4:22)14.Richard Elliot - Move Ahead (3:56)15.Pieces of a Dream - In Too Deep (4:32)16.Nicholas Cole - Feelings (5:01)17.Mark Carter - Swingtown (feat. Mark Etheredge) (3:47)18.Blair Bryant - Kiss of Life (4:47)19.Dee Brown - Make Up Your Mind (radio single) (4:00)20.The Braxton Brothers - Catalina Nights (4:04)Session 321.Bruno Mars & Anderson Paak - Love's Train (5:07)22.Mike Levine - Chillin Out (feat. Andy Snitzer) (3:38)23.Kyle Schroeder - Let's Get Up (3:27)24.Paul Jackson Jr. & Jeff Lorber and Lindsey Jackson - Love Like This (3:58)25.Eric Darius - That's My Jam (feat. Justin Lee Schultz) (4:19)26.Gary Honor - Deep Blue (Radio Edit) (4:29)27.ERIC ESSIX & RUBEN STUDDARD - AIN'T NO SUNSHINE (3:58)28.Ragan Whiteside - Thrill Ride (4:12)29.J. Walker Jr. - Velvet Rose (3:59)30.Jazz Holdouts - Workin' (4:06)

F'NBS PODCAST SHOW
THE F'NBS PODCAST EP. 157 | "REESE'S PIECES"

F'NBS PODCAST SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 82:04


#THEFNBSPODCAST #H8TFULJAY                THE F'NBS PODCAST EP. 157 | "REESE'S PIECES"       QUICK SHOW SO WE ARE GOING TO KEEP THIS DESCRIPTION SHORT. ALL WE DO IS NINJA....JUST NEEDED TO MENTION THAT. DONT EAT SPAGHETTI AT AN AIR BNB OR IT MIGHT BE DOG FOOD, IMAGINE WORKING 27 YEARS AT ANY JOB WITH ZERO ABSENCES AND GETTING A BAG OF CANDY FOR ALL YOUR HARD WORK, I'D FIRE MYSELF. WE GOT THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY REVIEW, WE FORGOT ALL ABOUT LAST WEEK'S EPISODE OF THE BOYS SO FORGIVE US FOR THAT. SHANE DAD BE STEALIN STUFF. AND DO YOU MEMBER? CAUSE WE MEMBER. ENJOY THE SHOW YAW AND MUCH F'N LOVE!!!!!

Dave Elliott's Weird Podcast
30/06/22- I HAVE YOUR MOTHER

Dave Elliott's Weird Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 48:18


This week Dave is talks about kidnapping a pensioner on the school run, being a competitive parent, and why people shouldn't marry or have kids with ragdolls! For bonus content and exclusive full-length guest episodes subscribe to: www.patreon.com/slyguypodcast Bits and Pieces at the Ulster Hall ticket link: www.ulsterhall.co.uk/what-s-on/dave-elliot-2/ Video Podcast: https://youtu.be/YXc7MxepcSg William of Orangedale BLAP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKsAwkRZqjs&t=467s Modest Beer: www.modestbeer.co.uk

Sentimental Garbage
Reality TV with Pandora Sykes

Sentimental Garbage

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 69:38


The host of Unreal: A Critical History of Reality TV joins us to talk about this quintessentially 21st century art form. Can we talk about reality TV as a monolith? What's worth keeping, and what's worth throwing away? And was I the only person to watch Celebrity SAS? Pandora Sykes is the host of Unreal: A Critical History of Reality TV, as well as Pieces of Britney and The Missing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools
264: How to use symbols to improve learning with Sue White from Widgit

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 31:58


Sue White is a senior educational specialist at Widgit. A qualified primary teacher, Sue's passion for building children's vocabulary came after teaching a child with specific learning difficulties. Sue could see that the child's behaviour in class was borne from a frustration of not being able to fully participate in lessons. Determined to help, Sue started a long journey of learning how to help children who process learning differently. She first became a SENCo and later specialised in a range of developmental disorders where lack of vocabulary development impacted on attainment. Sue discovered that symbols – visual representations of words – can help all children comprehend spoken and written text, communicate better, as well as build confidence, independence and vocabulary. She has been with Widgit since 2018 where she has advised hundreds of schools on how to use symbols to improve learning and support delayed language development. Website https://www.widgit.com (www.widgit.com) Social Media Information Twitter: @Widgit_Software Facebook: @widgitsoftware26 Instragram: widgitsoftware Resource Mentioned https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Livingston_Seagull (Jonathan Livingston Seagull ) Show Sponsor The National Association for Primary Education speaks for young children and all who live and work with them. Get a FREE e-copy of their professional journal at https://nape.org.uk/journal (nape.org.uk/journal) https://frstre.com/go/?a=100059-6a3612&s=1971853-ecdb80&p_affiliate.referral_code=marktaylor12 (Listen to Mark's audio course ) https://frstre.com/go/?a=100059-6a3612&s=1971853-ecdb80&p_affiliate.referral_code=marktaylor12 (10 Pieces of Advice You'd Like to Have as a Child)

Chad Hartman
Derek Falvey will work to add pieces to the Twins roster before the trade deadline

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 13:08


Twins President of Baseball Operations Derek Falvey joins Chad Hartman to talk about his aggressiveness over the next month before the trade deadline, Wes Johnson's departure, and much more related to the ballclub as they continue their series in Cleveland.

Stories in Small Business
187. Using a Different Lens When Consuming Content

Stories in Small Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 14:43


If you're listening to big-name marketing gurus to help you develop your content strategy, listen up! Any piece of content that can help make creating content a bit easier is great. But it's important that we put the right lens or filter on the information we're consuming.   No two businesses are created equal, and often the big-name brands that dole out marketing tips and strategies are doing so from a completely different perspective.   Listening to content from big names is incredibly valuable, because they have the teams and money to do the testing and research for us. But that doesn't mean their strategies will work. We don't have those big teams or the time to test, fail, and test again.   Listen in this week as I add to the conversation started on another podcast by a big-name marketing person who is paving the way. I'm giving you a different lens to look through on a very specific episode. Mentioned in This Episode Book a Call with me Marketing School Podcast - Episode 2139 Gary Vee: How to Make 64 Pieces of Content in a Day

Rock N Roll Pantheon
E130: Bill Brewster & Frank Broughton on DJ history + Dom Phillips + Elvis

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 89:17


In this episode we welcome dynamic duo Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton to Hammersmith as they prepare for the publication of a newly expanded edition of their mighty Last Night a DJ Saved My Life.Bill and Frank talk about the original mission behind the book, as well as their different routes into dance music. They recall how they met and combined forces in '90s New York, where DJs such as Frankie Knuckles and Junior Vasquez proved transformative figures. Co-host Mark recalls seeing Bill and Frank DJ'ing at Fabric in 2000 and then reading the original edition of Last Night…Recalling their first articles for Mixmag in the '90s, the DJ History duo reminisce about the late Dom Phillips, the magazine's former editor who was so brutally murdered in the Amazon this month. They praise the courage Dom showed in confronting Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro and exposing the criminal gangs behind much of the Amazon's deforestation.Bill and Frank discuss the process of researching and writing Last Night…, barely knowing if figures such as Bronx hip hop legend were even still alive, and explain what turned clubs like Larry Levan's Paradise Garage into "religious" experiences.The week's new audio interview – Bill and Frank's own 2005 quizzing of drum and bass legend Fabio – proves infectiously enjoyable as they hear themselves asking the Brixton-born DJ about Crackers and Spectrum.The episode concludes with thoughts on Elvis Presley and the new biopic made by Baz Luhrman, after which Mark talks us through library pieces he's added about Bill Haley (1957), Billie Holiday (1959) and Buffalo Springfield (1968), while Jasper concludes proceedings with quotes from pieces about Kanye West (2016) and Arlo Parks (2019).Many thanks to special guests Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton. The new edition of Last Night a DJ Saved My Life is published by White Rabbit and available to pre-order now.Pieces discussed: House, Rave, DJ Kool Herc, Dom Phillips, Fabio audio, Elvis, Comeback Special, Elvis and Black Music, Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan, James Brown, Bob Marley, Bill Haley, Buffalo Springfield, Kanye West and Arlo Parks.

Distraction Pieces Podcast with Scroobius Pip
Ritu Arya • Distraction Pieces Podcast with Scroobius Pip #460

Distraction Pieces Podcast with Scroobius Pip

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 54:55


Welcome, welcome, welcome to the Distraction Pieces Podcast with Scroobius Pip!This week Pip is joined by the fantastic actor and musician RITU ARYA!Maybe you know Ritu from Umbrella Academy, or maybe from the band Kin, but either way - what an episode! Get better acquainted or start on the ground floor, as Pip and Ritu get into the whole thing... Acting origin stories, the humble holylands of Guildford, studying astrophysics, charity work, Idina Menzel, the band (Kin), A LITTLE SHOW CALLED UMBRELLA ACADEMY ever heard of it?, cast and crew dynamics, and all the other greatness that you should expect. What a champ of an episode - enjoy, and check out all Umbrella episodes and other Ritu work in the links below!IMDBTWITTERINSTAGRAMKIN LINKSUMBRELLA ACADEMYSCROOBIUS PIP on TWITCHSCROOBIUS PIP on INSTAGRAMSCROOBIUS PIP on TWITTERSCROOBIUS PIP on PATREONDEBRISNORTH STAR RISINGPOD BIBLE See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Gentle Men the Podcast
Be In The Mode of Creation Feat. Ben Simms

Gentle Men the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 43:31


We are out for another episode of the Gentlemen Podcast, the number one podcast for open-hearted leadership. In this episode, our guest is Ben Simms. He is an award-winning director, executive producer, and photographer; who has been an integral part of projects in over 40 countries and across all seven continents. He had done everything from live events, live television events, documentary films, commercials, interactive, feature films, and adventure television for companies like Netflix, NBC Fox, Discovery, Showtime, um, and even Nike. We'll be discussing: the love for creation importance of being prepared how people monetize your creativity stories of how creativity takes over lives getting out of your comfort zone  Timestamps: [00:00:33] Introduction [00:03:11] Things that Ben Simms holds most dear to him. [00:08:27] How did Ben start to realize his passion for creation? [00:12:34] Importance of preparation [00:15:55] Making money out of your creativity [00:19:56] Ben's journey to making stories [00:25:38] Jason's story of turning to his creative side [00:37:33] What Ben's working on at the moment [00:37:33] Pieces of advice on doing something out of your comfort zone [00:46:37] Ben, Jason, and Jeff's realization

Slayerfest98
Angel S1 Ep4: I Fall to Pieces

Slayerfest98

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 65:36


Floating eyeballs, crawling hands, and Kate Lockely.   Hosts Ian Carlos Crawford, Zachary Patton-Garcia, Kimberly Ann Southwick, and Gabe González discuss the 4th episode of Angel, "I Fall to Pieces"   Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Slayerfestx98/ Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/slayerfestx98 Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/slayerfest98 Follow us on YouTube: tinyurl.com/tq9qs8x Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@slayerfestx98 Follow us on insta: https://www.instagram.com/slayerfestx98/ Buy our stuff on etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Slayerfestx98

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts
Interview with Chris Reed - Part 3 - 06/28/2022 - Audio

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:57


Today Pastor Stan continues to talk to Chris Reed. Chris had a Angel visitation in a dream and the Lord showed him future headlines that will come to pass. Today Chris talks to us about "America in Pieces", "Cities of Refuge" and how Americans will grow their own food again.

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts
Interview with Chris Reed - Part 3 - 06/28/2022 - Video

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:57


Today Pastor Stan continues to talk to Chris Reed. Chris had a Angel visitation in a dream and the Lord showed him future headlines that will come to pass. Today Chris talks to us about "America in Pieces", "Cities of Refuge" and how Americans will grow their own food again.

Bits and Pieces : The friendliest cricket podcast

Episode 25 of Bits and Pieces is all about sibling revelry as Mithun Sundar tells us about si bling in Goa (does Bumrah have a restaurant?!), cricket rules growing up, how nurture can turn the knob very differently for two brothers, and the family that keeps this pod going. The panel for this week is rounded off by Krt, Mohan, Nitin, and Tony who are beleaguered by the ICC super league. The gang also talks about the 6ixty, mystery free hits, recall dismissals on dismissal recalls, RCB chants at Silk Board Junction, and the Australia tour of Sri Lanka. Follow us: Krt: https://twitter.com/krtgrphr Mohan: https://twitter.com/mohank Nitin: https://twitter.com/knittins Tony: https://twitter.com/notytony Notes: Bhai aap yahan reference: https://twitter.com/wasimakramlive/status/780363226596929536 6ixty: https://twitter.com/ESPNcricinfo/status/1539596111245107202 Henry Nichols bizarre dismissal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmf0IkSZOro Symonds freak dismissal off Clarke: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFZM0OkJxG4 Ganguly run out & recall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kw3Bo7p-pHc Karnataka v MP 1999 final scorecard: http://static.espncricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/1998-99/IND_LOCAL/RANJI/KNOCK-OUTS/KNTKA_MP_RJI-FINAL_19-23APR1999.html Chandrakant Pandit: High priest of ranji coaching - https://indianexpress.com/article/sports/cricket/chandrakant-pandit-high-priest-of-ranji-coaching-7980737/ Chandrakant Pandit - redemption montage: https://twitter.com/pRAJwal_c05/status/1541032513329434625?t=Awh3Da2jItskKDWYuMTlIQ&s=19 Andrew Fidel Fernando on Sri Lanka in a parallel universe: https://www.espncricinfo.com/story/in-a-parallel-universe-sri-lanka-offer-a-glimpse-of-normal-happier-times-1320893 Bharat Sunderasan in Sri Lanka: https://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/122721/ground-reality-sri-lanka-cricket-strives-to-hold-onto-its-smile-cricbuzzcom Pat Cummins on Insta - Aussies wait for power in SL: https://www.instagram.com/p/CfLd-n0pb8o/ Sri Lanka thanks Australia: https://www.instagram.com/p/CfOFj-Hp9aG/

Not In a Creepy Way
NIACW 467 the little things

Not In a Creepy Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 107:20


Brothers J and Eric discuss the Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, Jared Leto film “the little things.” Um…. It's fine. The discussion is the fun part.   Housekeeping begins at 35:41 and gets pretty silly. Among the topics are: the Staircase, Toni Collette, Pieces of Her, American Crime Story: Impeachment, Jason's dental situation, Lego, Eric's diabetes situation, cults, the e-pimps of OnlyFans. and Pizza Crimes   File length 1:47:19 File Size 82.0 MB   Theme by Jul Big Green via SongFinch Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Listen to us on Stitcher Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Send your comments to show@notinacreepyway.com Visit the show website at Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.>

Dumbasses Talking Politics
Rest in Pieces, Roe!

Dumbasses Talking Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 43:03


Roe versus Wade and Casey versus Planned Parenthood have been overturned! Let's talk about it!

Cut to the Chase
The Slumber Party Massacre Episode#17 Best Stalker Movie Debate + Dog Soldiers Review

Cut to the Chase

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 262:23


You are cordially invited to attend episode 17 of The Slumber Party Massacre Podcast! This episode they welcome the lovely Tracey Allen (Co-Editor and Chief of PopHorror.com) as a guest! In Girl Talk they chat about creepy dudes they have encountered throughout their lives! Then for the game they bust out an old teen quiz mag from 2005 to see who their celebrity boyfriend match would be. For Pillow Fight the each picked a stalker film to debate which is best! Movies debated in this segment are Duel, Death Valley, Stalking Laura (I Can Make You Love Me), Misery, Someone's Watching Me, and Pieces! Then finally for the Feature Presentation they review Dog Soldiers! So don't be a creep but creep up and listen to the latest ep! Let's party! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lacy-williams1/support

Rock's Backpages
E130: Bill Brewster & Frank Broughton on DJ history + Dom Phillips + Elvis

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 89:17


In this episode we welcome dynamic duo Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton to Hammersmith as they prepare for the publication of a newly expanded edition of their mighty Last Night a DJ Saved My Life.Bill and Frank talk about the original mission behind the book, as well as their different routes into dance music. They recall how they met and combined forces in '90s New York, where DJs such as Frankie Knuckles and Junior Vasquez proved transformative figures. Co-host Mark recalls seeing Bill and Frank DJ'ing at Fabric in 2000 and then reading the original edition of Last Night…Recalling their first articles for Mixmag in the '90s, the DJ History duo reminisce about the late Dom Phillips, the magazine's former editor who was so brutally murdered in the Amazon this month. They praise the courage Dom showed in confronting Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro and exposing the criminal gangs behind much of the Amazon's deforestation.Bill and Frank discuss the process of researching and writing Last Night…, barely knowing if figures such as Bronx hip hop legend were even still alive, and explain what turned clubs like Larry Levan's Paradise Garage into "religious" experiences.The week's new audio interview – Bill and Frank's own 2005 quizzing of drum and bass legend Fabio – proves infectiously enjoyable as they hear themselves asking the Brixton-born DJ about Crackers and Spectrum.The episode concludes with thoughts on Elvis Presley and the new biopic made by Baz Luhrman, after which Mark talks us through library pieces he's added about Bill Haley (1957), Billie Holiday (1959) and Buffalo Springfield (1968), while Jasper concludes proceedings with quotes from pieces about Kanye West (2016) and Arlo Parks (2019).Many thanks to special guests Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton. The new edition of Last Night a DJ Saved My Life is published by White Rabbit and available to pre-order now.Pieces discussed: House, Rave, DJ Kool Herc, Dom Phillips, Fabio audio, Elvis, Comeback Special, Elvis and Black Music, Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan, James Brown, Bob Marley, Bill Haley, Buffalo Springfield, Kanye West and Arlo Parks.

The TEFL and TESOL Podcast by ITTT
10 Pieces of Advice Every New EFL Teacher Needs to Know

The TEFL and TESOL Podcast by ITTT

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 72:10


Many people around the world dream of moving abroad to teach English. It's exciting, it's life-changing and it can seem like a never-ending vacation. However, there are also a lot of things to watch out for or to be aware of when moving abroad to teach. In this episode, we cover 10 important pieces of advice that every new EFL teacher needs to know.#TEFL #BestTEFL #TESOLGet 30% OFF your TEFL/TESOL course now: https://www.teflcourse.net/apply/?cu=FBLIVE-LINDAAre you ready to teach English abroad or online? Click here and get started today: https://bit.ly/37gs5vO What is TEFL Certification? Where is it valid: https://bit.ly/36ma2Fg Check out our wide range of TEFL Courses: https://bit.ly/3ltqt73 Teach English online from anywhere you want: https://bit.ly/3ltqEPL

Fun Fact Friday with Leila and David
Episode 105 - Game Consoles!

Fun Fact Friday with Leila and David

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


Game Console Facts! More Game Console Facts! Facts about the wii U! Flying Car! CAT AMBUSH!!! Reese's Pieces! Cabbage Patch Kids! Crayola Markers ! Trapper Keeper! Space Invaders! Microwave Popcorn Computer Spreadsheet! Garfield! Secret Messages!

Our Thing with Sammy The Bull
Fireside with the Underboss - "Roy Demeo's Crew Came in with Saws Took Him Out in Little Pieces"

Our Thing with Sammy The Bull

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 7:29


By telling Paul Castellano that he looked like a chicken, Paul's daughter's boyfriend signs his death certificate. He not only insulted his looks, but compared him to one of his least favorite businessmen, Frank Purdue.

Killer Fun Crime and Entertainment
We Like Big Pockets and We Cannot Lie - Outtakes

Killer Fun Crime and Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 56:52


Because we still need a little more time to get exciting new episodes together for you… Outtakes from our episodes on The Woman in the House, The Thing About Pam, Pieces of Her, The Dropout, and The Staircase (HBO).Email us: KillerFunPodcast@gmail.comFollow us on Facebook: fb.me/KillerFunPodcastAll the Tweets: http://twitter.com/KillerFunPodInstagram: killerfunpodcast

Dave Elliott's Weird Podcast
23/06/22- FUTURE GUY

Dave Elliott's Weird Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 60:27


Very fun episode with my friend (and stand-up comedian) Jordan Robinson! We chatted sectarianism, Jordan's time as a morgue security guard, calling your crush's house phone, inappropriate stag do locations, gangrene, realistic dildos and morphing into Anne Frank.... For bonus content and exclusive full-length guest episodes subscribe to: www.patreon.com/slyguypodcast Bits and Pieces at the Ulster Hall ticket link: www.ulsterhall.co.uk/what-s-on/dave-elliot-2/ SLY GUY LIVE at Strand Arts Centre 24/06/22 ft. Micky and Ciaran Bartlett: https://www.strandartscentre.com/events/stranded-dave-elliotts-sly-guy-podcast/# Video Podcast: https://youtu.be/0KhP1lS9GmA William of Orangedale BLAP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKsAwkRZqjs&t=467s Modest Beer: www.modestbeer.co.uk

That's So Original Podcast
Pieces of Her – Episode 7

That's So Original Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 45:33


Do you ever feel like you're overwhelmed? Like you've been abandoned by your mom in a parking lot outside a diner? You know what will make you feel better? Putting […]

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools

Vicky Weber is a former elementary school music teacher and current bestselling author.  During COVID, when her students couldn't learn to play the recorder in the classroom, Vicky published an interactive musical book, Lazlo Learns Recorder, to help kids virtually learn the recorder. Music teachers all over the country used this book to supplement their teaching. It was then that Vicky caught the writing bug. After 6 years in the classroom, Vicky became a full-time author. She also serves as a coach to aspiring authors. To date, she has released 10 picture books that draw upon her teaching experience and Puerto Rican heritage . Her interactive musical books teach kids everything from music vocabulary and how to play the recorder. Vicky has become so successful in such a short time, Disney and Random House recently tapped into her to write the Encanto Step Into Reading book.  Website https://www.athomeauthor.com/ (www.athomeauthor.com) Social Media Information @athomeauthor (IG and Facebook) Show Sponsor The National Association for Primary Education speaks for young children and all who live and work with them. Get a FREE e-copy of their professional journal at https://nape.org.uk/journal (nape.org.uk/journal) https://www.facebook.com/groups/326839888272595 (Education on Fire Facebook group) https://frstre.com/go/?a=100059-6a3612&s=1971853-ecdb80&p_affiliate.referral_code=marktaylor12 (Listen to Mark's audio course ) https://frstre.com/go/?a=100059-6a3612&s=1971853-ecdb80&p_affiliate.referral_code=marktaylor12 (10 Pieces of Advice You'd Like to Have as a Child)

ALL THINGS NAJA with Naja Nail Guru
How to get 10+ pieces of content FROM ONE NAIL SERVICE

ALL THINGS NAJA with Naja Nail Guru

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 20:37


UBC News World
Los Angeles District Diamond Auction | 4 Carat Square-Cut Emerald Quality Pieces

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 1:53


If you're looking for an exceptional diamond that is destined for a custom setting, Bid Global International Auctioneers announced its latest online auction for the Los Angeles Jewelry District and other luxury markets. Visit https://bidglobal.com (https://bidglobal.com) to learn more.

Action and Ambition
Curating The Best Decor Pieces That are Full of Love, Charm, and Character

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 24:37


Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today are Yasmin Mitchell and Jessica. Yasmin Mitchell is the Founder and CEO of Decor Steals, a company that offers vintage decor enthusiasts the absolute best prices on the best farmhouse vintage items possible. Their dream is to bring you affordable, timeless pieces that are full of character and love. Jessica helps with media content influence. Don't miss a thing on this. Tune in to learn more!

There is Nothing to Fear
Hermione Granger and the Silent Country 03: A Million Pieces

There is Nothing to Fear

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 33:19


Welcome to There is Nothing to Fear, written by Callmesalticidae and read by Sam Gabriel! This story is serialized in the form of multiple fics with different names, recorded and presented in order on this feed. All text can be found on ao3. My website can be found at http://samgabrielvo.com. Enjoy!

Jazz Bastard Podcast
Jazz Bastard Podcast 244 - Sixteen Pieces Vs. Six Strings

Jazz Bastard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 92:47


Big bands tempt the ambitious jazzer with their expansive possibilities for arrangements, the variegated colors they offer, and their sheer power.  But, boy, those budgets!  These days you need a generous label or a grant or two to make things work.  We take a look at a very seventies example of the genre and then a brand new effort by a young woman barely old enough to drive.  A guitar trio and a guitar solo fill out the episode, and they couldn't be at further ends of the in to out spectrum.   In the end show, Mike fills us in on a couple major acts he caught recently in San Diego.  Grace Fox – ELEVEN O'SEVEN;  Oz Noy/Riverside Trio – RIVERSIDE; Samo Salamon – DOLPHYOLOGY; Oliver Nelson – SKULL SESSION.

Various and Sundry Podcast
Episode 129 - Mere Evangelism Part 3, 40 Pieces of Random Advice, and Bo Jackson

Various and Sundry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 46:42


Join the conversation as Matt and John talk about Mere Evangelism, advice, and Bo Jackson 

Below the Radar
Rez Dog Blues & The Haiku — with William Lindsay

Below the Radar

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 31:50


William Lindsay worked as an educator at Simon Fraser University, the University of British Columbia, and Concordia University. In this episode, Am and William discuss the writing process for his latest book, “Rez Dog Blues & The Haiku: A Savage Life in Bits and Pieces,” and its focus on music and movies, horror and hope, and the honest depiction of Indigneous life, in the 60s and 70s, on reserve and then in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. Content Warning: The stories in this series deal with difficult and sometimes traumatic topics. Please practice self care, stop listening and seek support if you need to. Help is available! Mental Health Support: Crisis Centre BC: crisiscentre.bc.ca/ Indian Residential School Survivors Society: www.irsss.ca/services KUU-US Crisis Line: www.kuu-uscrisisline.com/ WAVAW Rape Crisis Centre: www.wavaw.ca/ BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services: www.bcmhsus.ca/ Full episode details: https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/episodes/177-william-lindsay.html Read the transcript: https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/transcripts/177-william-lindsay.html Resources: Rez Dog Blues & The Haiku: A Savage Life in Bits and Pieces: https://www.amazon.ca/Rez-Dog-Blues-Haiku-Savage/dp/177792040X The First Nations House of Learning (FNHL): https://indigenous.ubc.ca/longhouse/fnhl/ The First Nations Longhouse: https://indigenous.ubc.ca/longhouse/ Office for Aboriginal Peoples annual newsletter: https://www.sfu.ca/sfunews/stories/2022/01/special-edition--office-for-aboriginal-peoples-annual-newsletter.html Marilyn Dumont: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/marilyn-dumont The Warriors (1979): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080120/ Saturday Night Fever (1977): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076666/ On The Road by Jack Kerouac (1957): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Road Sherman Alexie: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/sherman-alexie Cahokia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cahokia Bio: William G. Lindsay (Cree-Stoney) B.Ed. M.A. is retired as of 2021 after working for a quarter century in post-secondary education. This was preceded by a career in the hotel-restaurant industry. He served most recently as the Senior Director, Indigenous Directions at Concordia University in Montréal. He has experience as a college professor, university educator, researcher and published writer, student services coordinator, Associate Director, Director, and Senior Director, across the following institutions: Concordia University, Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia, Douglas College, Institute of Indigenous Government, and Native Education College. William's book Rez Dog Blues & The Haiku: A Savage Life in Bits and Pieces was released on Amazon in December 2021. The Vancouver Sun and The Province newspaper published book reviews on May 7-8, 2022, calling it a "new classic of Indigenous literature" and "An Indigenous Odyssey for TRC times". The book has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2022 Whistler Independent Book Awards. This is William's second book following The Eagle and the Fish which was published in Korea by Unibooks Inc. in 2002. William has presented at twenty academic conferences during his career, his presentations dealing with Indigenous social justice, life experience, and education. Cite this episode: Chicago Style Johal, Am. “[title]” Below the Radar, SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement. Podcast audio, June 21, 2022. https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/episodes/177-william-lindsay.html.

Best in Fest
Writing for Theatre, Stage and Screen with William Nedved - Ep #66

Best in Fest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 37:45


Are you looking for a class in how to write for stage and screen? This is the episode for you. Leslie speaks with writer and educator William Nedved on his life and process for writing and teaching writing.About William:I am a playwright, lyricist and screenwriter engaged with exploring the journeys that define us. I'm the co-founder of The Gift Theatre Company of Chicago, where I have premiered my plays Body + Blood (Jeff Recommended), Northwest Highway (2011 Steinberg American Theater Critics Association nomination), A Young Man in Pieces, and County Fair. I wrote the book and lyrics for Medusa: The Musical, with a score by composer and Project Runway winner Kentaro Kameyama, developed by the Tony Award-winning Deaf West Theatre at The Getty Villa in 2019. Our The Passion of McQueen, an opera based on life, death, and art of fashion visionary Alexander McQueen, played a sold-out concert at Pasadena's Boston Court Theatre in 2019.My play Closet Drama, or The Dick Pic of a Twink was featured in the 2018 LAMBDA Literary Fest in Los Angeles. I wrote and performed in the critically-acclaimed Fact & Fiction for the 2011 Hollywood Fringe Festival. My short play Kid was awarded “Best Production” at Collaboraction's Sketchbook 2009. All Tomorrow's Parties premiered at the 2002 Los Angeles Short Film Festival. Against the Grain was part of the 1997 Young Playwrights, Inc. Summer Festival. Fate, an original musical, was awarded the inaugural 1997 Leonard Bernstein ‘Learning through the Arts' Interdisciplinary Scholarship through Scholastic, Inc.  The journey that defined me was the year I lived in Brazil as a Rotary International high school exchange student. 

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 160 Part 1: The Intangible Beauty of Gemstones: Why Stones Draw Us In

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 25:28


What you'll learn in this episode: What characteristics make a gemstone special Why collectors usually have a few pieces that don't fit into the parameters of their collection Why old stones often have more charm than modern ones How to make trendy jewelry more timeless Which jewels have been the most memorable from Caroline's auction career About Caroline Morrissey Caroline Morrissey is Director and Head of Jewelry at Bonhams in New York. Her areas of expertise span diamonds and colored gemstones to 20th century jewelry. She has a particular interest in large white and colored diamonds. Since joining Bonhams in 2014, Caroline's exceptional sales include a diamond riviere necklace, which sold for $1,205,000 in June 2015; a diamond solitaire ring which sold for $1,807,500 in September 2017; and an unmounted Kashmir sapphire which sold for $1,244,075 in July 2020. Caroline discovered her passion for the jewelry business more than two decades ago, in a charming jewelry store in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she worked on weekends during high school. Her career started in the diamond industry in Antwerp, Belgium, and she has also held positions at the prominent luxury retailers Cartier and Leviev. Caroline studied a double major in Economics and Politics from the University of York, England. Photos: New York–Bonhams will present more than 200 jewels from the Estate of George and Charlotte Shultzon May 23, 2022, including more than 70 pieces from Tiffany & Co. Charlotte wore her jewels to receive Queen Elizabeth II, Pope John Paul II, and countless world leaders as San Francisco's chief of protocol for more than fifty years, serving ten mayors. She found her perfect match in George Shultz, a great American statesman who served as secretary of state under President Ronald Reagan and held four different cabinet positions under three presidents. Their personal collection will be featured in a dedicated sale at Bonhams New York that will celebrate their life of philanthropy and elegance. Below are a few photos of auction items.   Additional Resources: Bonhams Website Bonhams Instagram   Transcript: What makes a gemstone stand out from the rest? You can talk about color, shape and cut, but sometimes a stone inexplicably draws you in. That's the experience Caroline Morrissey has had many times as Director of the Jewelry Department for Bonhams in New York. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about the most memorable jewelry she's sold; why collectors shouldn't be too rigid about maintaining a specific theme for their collection; and what qualities make a gemstone special. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is a two-part Jewelry Journey Podcast. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it comes out later this week. Today, my guest is Caroline Morrissey, Director of the Jewelry Department for Bonhams, located in New York and around the world. Caroline's area of expertise spans diamonds and colored gemstones through 20th century jewelry, but her passion is large, white diamonds—she has a lot of company there—and colored diamonds. She's had a wide and varied jewelry career, which we'll hear about today. Caroline, welcome to the program. Caroline: Thank you so much. I'm so happy to be here. Sharon: So glad to have you. Tell us about your jewelry journey. Were you attracted to diamonds and gems when you were young—well, you're still young, but when you were a youth? Caroline: Yes, I was. I always enjoyed, probably more than the average child, my grandmother's jewelry. I was interested in it, but the big change for me came when a friend of mine—I grew up in Edinburgh in Scotland—his parents had a couple of jewelry stores. When I was 16, they asked if I would be able to help over the holiday period in December, just with small bits of jewelry and to run any errands and so on. I did, and I loved it. I wanted to learn more, so I ended up staying as a Saturday girl and working through my summers until I graduated high school. It was during this that I realized there was more to a diamond engagement ring; there was more to a piece of jewelry. It meant something to the buyers. There was more than the just the stone behind it. Where did it come from? What was its journey? What was its quality compared to others? That never left me, and that experience put me on my journey to where I am now. It was wonderful. Sharon: When you were talking about the story behind the stone, were you starting to differentiate the stone from the entire piece of jewelry? Caroline: At that age, I realized that not all old diamonds were the same. To sell an engagement ring was a learning curve. It was about the piece of jewelry, but it was also about the clients. In many cases, it was actually about the client's person who they loved. You didn't necessarily meet that person, but it was going to be a specific piece of jewelry that was bought for this person. It really brought to light how personal it was. Pieces of art that are not jewelry, they might sit above your mantlepiece, but you don't wear them. I think that is the difference for me with jewelry. It's so very, very personal. Sharon: Would you say the personal aspect applies to jewelry in general as opposed to anything else? Caroline: I would, because people acquire jewelry in different ways. Any jewelry that has been passed down from a member of their family is personal for reasons that are different. But that piece of jewelry that you've bought for yourself, there's a reason why you've bought it. The same again if somebody close, whether it's a partner or a child or a friend, gives you a piece of jewelry. All of these different ways of acquiring jewelry are very personal. It goes to other people, but the journey is like a charm bracelet. The charms can be very personal to one person, but the next person might still be interested in that charm bracelet for different reasons. That continuing, varying personal connection with jewelry, for me, is quite unique in the collecting field. Unlike other pieces of art, you actually wear it, and you have to like it to wear it. It sometimes needs to mean something to you to wear it as well. Sharon: You must find a lot of that personal aspect at Bonhams, being able to tie one piece to a person to sell it. I mean that in a nice way, in terms of how to draw out what their story is and then be able to connect it. Caroline: Absolutely. Everyone has their own story, whether it's from a selling point of view or a buying point of view. It's an amazing opportunity to be able to connect with those people and understand what is behind them wanting to do a certain thing, whether it's to sell or to buy, and to understand what is important to them. We can say, “You should be interested in this piece of jewelry or this stone for this particular reason,” and that may well be true in the grand scheme of things, but people personally can have different reasons. There's nothing wrong with that. We are all attracted to different colors, different textures, for our own reasons. I think jewelry really shows different personalities and different trends, and it can also change. I'm always surprised by bits of jewelry that I like that might not necessarily be a standard for me, but it's O.K. to deviate from that. Something is appearing that's not necessarily something I can explain, if that makes sense. Sharon: Yes. How does all this tie to Bonhams? How does it tie to the auction market? As pieces come across your desk, do they talk to you? Caroline: Some talk really loudly in negative ways and positive ways, but mostly positive. I think one of the reasons I enjoy auction is that it's a real opportunity to see the best of the best. I say that with honesty because I don't think one can really appreciate the most spectacular pieces of jewelry and gemstones without fully comprehending that not every piece is of that same caliber, and that there are ones that really stand out. It affords me the ability to see pieces made yesterday and pieces made 150-200 years ago. You can see what was in vogue 70 years ago versus what is now, what colors, what gemstones, what shapes, what styles. Together with the variety in jewelry comes the huge variety in people that have owned them or bough the jewelry. I'm a people person, and it's amazing to hear people's stories, people's situations, people's needs, and tie that all together with jewelry. You get a greater level of understanding of what will make them happy and what jewelry is doing in their lives right now. Sharon: As a professional, how does Bonhams fit into all this? How does it fit into the whole auction market, as opposed a Doyle, a Christie's, a Sotheby's, that sort of thing? Where does Bonhams fit into all that? Caroline: First of all, at Bonhams we have more than 50 jewelry auctions a year throughout the world, which is a lot. One of the great things is that we offer pieces at almost every single price point, so there are no barriers to buy jewelry at Bonhams. There's going to be something for everybody. For somebody who's looking to sell, we have the ability to take an entire estate or an entire collection. We're not going to come in and just take the top lots; it's going to be a one-source solution for the entire collection, and that can be really helpful. On the other side of that, it affords the buyer a huge variety within a collection to browse through and see what works for them at Bonhams. I like to view Bonhams as being a boutique auction house. We have the ability to work with clients from the beginning to the end of their journey and put together something for them that is unique and custom and will work with their situation. It's not cookie cutter. In some ways that could create a little more work, but it's the end result that matters. There's something wonderfully satisfying to meet clients on the first day of their inquiry and to shake their hands at the end of a successful sale. Being there to answer all of the questions and travel down the road together is very, very satisfying, and it's a privilege. Sharon: Is that your role there? Are you called in when somebody says, “I need the big guns on this”? How does that work? Caroline: Yes, sometimes. It's very collaborative here, so we work together. But, sure, I have a level of expertise where sometimes I can come in and give my opinion with other members of staff. It depends on the situation. There are some people where their situation is very straightforward and other people where it's not straightforward at all. Some people can make decisions quickly; some people need extra time. There's no right or wrong. I can't say I do it with everybody, but I have a lot of clients that I deal with directly myself, and it is a true pleasure to go from the beginning to the end. Most people who deal with jewelry in New York at Bonhams will come across my place at some point in their journey here. Sharon: It must be satisfying to have pieces of jewelry come across your desk and then call a client you've worked with in the past and say, “You have got to see this piece.” Caroline: Absolutely. Sharon: Do you find that's something you end up doing quite a bit? How does that work? Caroline: We've got a sale coming up next week, and we have some very interesting pieces in it. This doesn't happen every day with every sale, but certainly with the pieces in this particular one. We have a beautiful emerald bracelet. It's an amazing opportunity for me to call some of my clients and say, “You have to see this. I know you're going to be interested in it. Whether or not you end up as the final buyer, even if you don't bid, it is fabulous enough for you to make the effort to come see it with your own eyes. If you're interested in jewelry, this is something you have to see.” I don't always have that opportunity, but that's what I've been doing this week and last week with this particular piece. It's nice to see everybody come together and to hear their opinions. At the end of the day, everyone has their own opinions, but in most cases we agree. It's nice to get people to come out of the woodwork for something special. Sharon: Coming out of the woodwork, that must be very satisfying. In reading about you and from what I've been told about your background, it sounds like your expertise is jewelry, but especially gems themselves, the colored diamonds, the diamonds. Is that the case? Caroline: Yes, I have to just admit to it and say yes. I started off my career proper in Antwerp, Belgium in the diamond business. I looked at so many diamonds in my training there that I think there would have been something wrong if I hadn't fallen head over heels in love with diamonds. There's something to me that's special about stones, and not just diamonds, but colored stones. To me, they all have a personality; they all have a charm. I love how the different facets, the different colors, the different shapes all can combine to produce something absolutely wonderful. In many cases, it combines to make something not so wonderful, or they're close to being perfect but not quite. Then it requires you to think, “Who can help get this stone to the next level?” because there might be a buyer out there who could make something a bit more perfect or a bit more desirable. That's not to say I don't love jewelry. I truly do, but if I had to choose, holding a really special gemstone in my hands without a mounting is always going to be a thrill for me. Sharon: When you say a really special gemstone, what's making it special? The cut, the color, everything? Caroline: Where do I begin? It's going to be a little bit of everything. Obviously, it depends on exactly what gemstone we're talking about, but to keep things relatively simple, the shape and the cut of the stone is one of the most important things because that is what your eye sees the moment it lays eyes on the stone. The next thing is going to be color. If you think of a ruby, you think of red. So, you want the overall appearance of any ruby you see to be red. That sounds like a very simple request, for lack of a better word, but not all rubies are as red as you want them to be. That doesn't make them inferior in the grand scheme of things, but it does alter how your brain processes that. Then within that color, how soft is the color, how clean is the stone when you're taking a closer look, how old is the stone? In many cases, some of the most charming stones were cut 100 or 150 years ago. I have this joke in my head that the lack of technology when it comes to cutting stones can sometimes result in a superior stone. I think today we have all these wonderful techniques and technology to make everything perfect, but sometimes what they did with their bare hands and their eyes a hundred years ago can make a stone even more perfect than you can make today. Maybe perfect is the wrong word; maybe charming. But so many old stones are full of character that is rare to see today. Sharon: It takes somebody who really appreciates the stone to see what you're saying. I look at a stone and I see a stone, unless it's really—for example, this weekend somebody showed me a ring from the 40s with citrine. It was not a good citrine; it was too light. I knew it was way too light, but I'm looking at something from a real simplistic perspective. If it was an emerald, I'd say, “Oh, it's green to me.” Do you see green in a ruby? Is that what you were saying? Caroline: Oh no, I'm just saying that a ruby is technically red, but there's pinkish red; there's purplish red. I have to say that even for somebody whose profession isn't looking at gemstones in the way I do, I do think that somebody who is interested in gemstones and jewelry—for example, my father is an architect, so he's got an eye for design and details. You would be surprised at how much the naked eye just looking at something will tell you. I reckon that if I lined up some stones, probably a lot of laymen could look at them and point out the best stone because in many ways, you're just drawn to it. You might not be able to articulate exactly why you're drawn to it, but you will just be drawn to it. That's another reason why I love these stones. You can't always get to the nuts and bolts of exactly why. There's just something that is appealing to you. Sharon: You used the word charming a couple of times. What makes a stone charming? Caroline: Oh, wow! What makes a stone charming to me? Well, the old style of cutting, which is—and I don't want to get too technical—but big facets, a big, open stone. Usually, they have soft edges versus straight edges, soft corners. If it's in a piece of jewelry, the mounting is most likely going to be something simple which brings your eyes to the center of the stone, versus so much detail or clunkiness that you sometimes see in today's mountings. Also, a lot of modern mountings try very hard. Old mountings don't try as hard. They let the stone sing for itself, and I think it's that perfect balance that can make a stone on a piece of jewelry charming. Sharon: Do you have collectors who collect jewelry because of the stone? Do you have stone collectors? Caroline: Sure, I suppose people who buy at auction appear in all shapes and forms. You never know exactly why they're buying something, but I think you have your jewelry collectors, and you have your stone people. Those guys are fairly easy to differentiate between, but then you have a pool of collectors for whom the stones and the jewelry belong together. Both of them need to be correct, if that makes sense. You could have this fabulous old diamond, but it's only fabulous if it's in the original mounting. Even if it's not a particularly exquisite mounting, it is in its original mounting, so the two work together as a piece. For those people, it might be a big collection they're working towards, or it might not be. It might be something they're going to wear occasionally, and they have statement pieces of jewelry that appeal to them. I always like to try and work out why people are buying certain things and what their end goal is, but as long as they're enthusiastic about the piece and it talks to them, then I'm not sure anything else matters. Sharon: Don't you at least have to have a sense of why it's talking to them so you can identify other things? So you can talk to them about what's talking to them, basically? Caroline: Sure, but I don't know if it's necessarily always specific. If somebody is interested in important colored stones, I will make sure to keep them on my radar for important pieces that come in. But they might turn around and say, “I'm not really interested in emeralds unless they are such and such.” I think you can get a lot of information from people to help them with furthering their collection or help them with what they want to do with an existing collection, but with the jewelry world certainly—and I can't speak to any other field—I do like to think that if something special comes along, be it a piece of jewelry or a gemstone or a combination of both, it doesn't necessarily need to fit into what they have or what they think they want. It's like a wild card or a curve ball. It might just be the right thing at the right time, and they might have been in the industry long enough to know that some things are really rare, and this is an opportunity. I guess it is my role to keep those doors open. I don't necessarily need to know too specifically what somebody is interested in because I don't not want to contact them about something just because it falls slightly outside those parameters. If somebody has a level of understanding and a passion, they might be open to all sorts of options, and some jewelry items don't come around that often. Like I said before, even if it's just, “Come and look and touch and handle and see that color with your own eyes,” it can be worth it. That can allow somebody to follow their own jewelry journey, even if they're not adding it specifically to their own personal collection. Sharon: That's a really good point. As long as I've been doing this, I've never ascertained what I collect. I just collect things I like. Caroline: Absolutely, and it's hard to articulate that. Also, just like styles and fashions, things come in sets. You might like something in one period of your life and change to something else. I currently have a little bit of a love affair with the late Deco, early retro jewelry period. This took me by storm a couple of years ago. It was a couple of pieces of jewelry that came in and landed on my desk, and I couldn't take my eyes off of them. It was very out of character from what I normally like. I don't know if it will last, but that's why I never want to impose too many parameters because you never know what might take your fancy.

My Creative Days
Season 2 - Episode 25: Custom Work Vs. Flipping Your Own Pieces

My Creative Days

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 19:17


I think it is important to talk about the difference between custom work and stock projects. There are positives and negatives to both options and I just want you to know that there is no right or wrong answer. There is no right or wrong path. You can do both! You can do custom work only, or you can say no to any and all custom work. It is 100% up to you, but here are a few tips to help you decide... The Creative Squad: https://learn.mycreativedays.com/the-creative-squad The Ultimate Furniture Flipping Course For Beginners: https://learn.mycreativedays.com/ultimate-furniture-flipping-program. Let's Connect: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mycreativedays/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mycreative.days/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/mycre8tivedays/_created/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8eNxY2RpcJOBXK86aoAhvA Twitter: https://twitter.com/mycreativedays TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mycreativedays Website: https://mycreativedays.com/ My Creative Days Resources: https://learn.mycreativedays.com

BS Movies
80s Horror Movies From Phoenix Fan Fusion 2022

BS Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 59:52


Brian shares some of his favorite 80s horror movies including Intruder, Society and Pieces at Phoenix Fan Fusion 2022

Trials To Triumphs
How Aisha Hinds Is Putting Her Pieces Back Together

Trials To Triumphs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 45:26


Ashley chats with close friend and critically acclaimed actress Aisha Hinds about her path to replenishment. Aisha has appeared in a number of hit series including 9-1-1, True Blood and The Shield. She made her mark with a powerful performance in Underground playing icon Harriett Tubman. In this vulnerable conversation, Aisha reflects on how her parents' divorce left her feeling fractured as a young girl and led to her “pursuit of wholeness.” Aisha discusses how her church family stepped in during a trying time in her youth and helped her get back on the right track. She also reveals how she's paid that restoration forward with her nephew. Aisha celebrates her “destiny advocates” in the industry who challenged her to dream bigger and pursue iconic roles that have forever shaped the trajectory of her career. 

Mike and Anthony's Soda Pop Culture Club
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial

Mike and Anthony's Soda Pop Culture Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 102:32


This is the movie that proves Reese's Pieces are nature's perfect food. And apparently aliens don't go to the bathroom because Elliott's room appeared to be turd-free. Join Mike and Anthony as they review a true cinema classic, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools

Melissa Lowry is an enthusiastic and passionate educator with over 20 years of experience working with students, teachers, administrators, and parents. She currently serves as the Principal of Christ the King, a K-8 Catholic School in Buckhead, GA. She also served as a Curriculum Director and has taught pretty much every grade starting with early childhood through 8th grade. Melissa is the founder of Melissa Lowry Education Coaching (www.melissa-lowry-education-coaching.com), a consulting firm that specializes in helping parents and educators build and maintain strong home-school relationships. She is also the co-author of Answer Keys: Teachers' Lesson Plans for Successful Parenting (Bright Sky Press), and presents at workshops and conferences. Her work and commentary have been featured online, in print, and on the airwaves. Website http://www.melissa-lowry-education-coaching.com (www.melissa-lowry-education-coaching.com) Social Media Information Instagram @melissalowryedu Resources Mentioned https://www.greenleaf.org/ (Servant Leadership - Robert K. Greenleaf) Show Sponsor The National Association for Primary Education speaks for young children and all who live and work with them. Get a FREE e-copy of their professional journal at https://nape.org.uk/journal (nape.org.uk/journal) https://frstre.com/go/?a=100059-6a3612&s=1971853-ecdb80&p_affiliate.referral_code=marktaylor12 (Listen to Mark's audio course ) https://frstre.com/go/?a=100059-6a3612&s=1971853-ecdb80&p_affiliate.referral_code=marktaylor12 (10 Pieces of Advice You'd Like to Have as a Child)

Welcome To The AA
WTTAA #221 - KARIN SLAUGHTER (Live in de Vooruit)

Welcome To The AA

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 94:24


Karin Slaughter wordt niet voor niks de Queen of Crime genoemd. Deze Amerikaanse schrijfster werd o.a. wereldberoemd dankzij de Will Trent en Sara Linton reeksen en verkocht van haar 22 boeken al meer dan 40 miljoen exemplaren wereldwijd. Netflix verfilmde recent Pieces of Her met Toni Colette in de hoofdrol en deze week bracht ze ook haar nieuw boek GEWETENLOOS (Girl Forgotten) uit. Reden genoeg dus voor een Live #WTTAA met deze legende vanuit de Vooruit in Gent.  Gewetenloos is uit via Uitgeverij Harper Collins

Sword of Symphonies
In Pieces (Sword of Symphonies, Season 2 Episode 45)

Sword of Symphonies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 40:03


For better or for worse, chaos reigns in Amylte. The gods are asleep, the kings dethroned, the land unruled except by its own nightmares. For better or worse, the age of order in Amylte is over. Nations and institutions melted with the mountains, sunk into the Veldt with the rest of the ruins. People are left deciding on their own how to take care of each other, how to live their lives, and how to rebuild.And whether this is for better or worse is now for them to decide. Welcome to Sword of Symphonies.Original music by Kathleen~!You can find the Heroic Discord here!

The Nolecast: Florida State football analysis
Evaluating Mike Alford's decisions & final pieces of 22 recruiting class

The Nolecast: Florida State football analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 50:05


Ingram & Bud are back again to detail what Mike Martin Jr's firing could mean for the football program, discussion on the final pieces of the 22 class, and QB dominoes. This and more on the latest Nolecast. The Nolecast is the most successful and longest running Florida State podcast. Bud Elliott and Ingram Smith focus mainly on football, but also dabble in baseball and basketball. Please support the show by using our sponsors: Louisiana Hot Sauce, Tarpon Cellars Winery, The Legendary Home Loans team of Chad and Shannon, and Congruity Solutions. The show also supported by our Patrons at www.Patreon.com/Nolecast

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages: E129 - Deborah Frost on heavy metal + Blue Öyster Cult + Grace Jones + Foals

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 73:59


In this episode we welcome heavy metal expert Deborah Frost, Zooming in from her native New York City, and invite her to talk about her career as a writer and musician.Deborah reminisces about the all-girl "female Dolls" Flaming Youth, in which she drummed in the early '70s, and then explains how she came to write her first pieces for Circus in 1977. She talks about her love of hard rock and heavy metal, and about contributing to Rolling Stone and the Village Voice — including her acclaimed 1985 Voice piece 'White Noise: How Heavy Metal Rules', with its unflattering descriptions of the drug-and-groupie-addled Mötley Crüe.From the Crüe we segue into another great "umlaut" metal band, one beloved of Deborah's co-hosts Barney, Martin & Jasper. Yep, we're talking about Blue Öyster Cult, to whose drummer Albert Bouchard our guest was once married. After Barney & Martin attempt to do justice to what made the Cult so uniquely brilliant, we hear clips from 1978 audio interviews with the group's Allen Lanier& Eric Bloom, while Deborah talks about the "rock-critical" role played in the BÖC's development by Sandy Pearlman, R(ichard) Meltzer & punk poetess Patti Smith.An abrupt shift takes us into the amazing world of Grace Jones and her curation of the 2022 Meltdown festival in London. Guest and hosts alike celebrate the iconic Jamaican transgressor, focusing particularly on the Island albums she made at Chris Blackwell's Compass Point studios in the early '80s. Deborah also dumbfounds us with a story about getting naked in a New York sauna with Grace and her beefy boyfriend Dolph Lundgren.There's bonus audio in the form of Foals frontman Yannis Philippakis, talking in 2015 to Coup De Main's Pip Williams. Foals fan Jasper introduces the clips and — in the week that sees the release of their new album — explains why he rates his fellow Oxonians so highly. After that, he takes us through recent RBP library pieces added by the holidaying Mark Pringle, including Max Jones' 1959 Melody Maker homage to the departed Billie Holiday and Calvin Bush's 1998 Muzik profile of Jungle king Goldie.Many thanks to special guest Deborah Frost. Find out more about her and her writing on her RBP writers page.Pieces discussed: How Heavy Metal Rules, Rock Criticism as Brain Surgery, Allen Lanier audio, Eric Bloom audio, Grace Jones in 1977, Grace Jones in 1980, Chris Blackwell's Compass Point studios, Foals' Yannis Philippakis audio, Billie Holliday R.I.P., Goldie and Odell's disco.

Marketing School - Digital Marketing and Online Marketing Tips
How to Repurpose Old Content to Get More SEO Traffic #2128

Marketing School - Digital Marketing and Online Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 3:46


In episode #2128, Neil and Eric talk about how to repurpose old content to get more SEO traffic. Tune in for two simple and effective strategies to increase SEO traffic and learn more about how to create pillar pieces that will serve your brand. TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:20] Today's topic: How to Repurpose Old Content to Get More SEO Traffic. [00:25] Some of the advice we've covered in the past. [00:35] Two simple and effective strategies to increase SEO traffic. [01:35] The best ways to create pillar pieces of content. [01:55] How to invest in the best pillar content pieces for your brand. [03:09] That's it for today! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast! [03:16] Go to https://www.marketingschool.io to learn more!   Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:   How to make 64 Pieces of Content in a Day Subscribe to our premium podcast (with tons of goodies!): https://www.marketingschool.io/pro   Leave Some Feedback:     What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review.   Connect with Us:    Neilpatel.com Quick Sprout  Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel  Twitter @ericosiu

Freakonomics Radio
507. 103 Pieces of Advice That May or May Not Work

Freakonomics Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 40:23


Kevin Kelly calls himself “the most optimistic person in the world.” And he has a lot to say about parenting, travel, A.I., being luckier — and why we should spend way more time on YouTube.

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools
260: Mindfulness Art Activities with Cynthia Hauk MFA

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 33:00


Cynthia Hauk is a Mindful Art Teacher and Trainer. She loves sharing simple mindfulness and art activities to help people de-stress and practice self-care. She trains artists, yogis, K-12 teachers, and therapists to teach Mindfulness, Meditation, and Art activities in the classroom for both children and adults. Her YouTube Channel and online summits have reached students in 50 countries and growing. Website https://mindfulcreativemuse.com (www.mindfulcreativemuse.com) Social Media Information facebook.com/mindfulcreativemuse Twitter @mcreativemuse Insta @mindfulcreativemuse youtube.com/c/mindfulcreativemuse Resource Mentioned https://juliacameronlive.com/books-by-julia/ (The Artist's Way - Julia Cameron) Show Sponsor The National Association for Primary Education speaks for young children and all who live and work with them. Get a FREE e-copy of their professional journal at https://nape.org.uk/journal (nape.org.uk/journal) https://frstre.com/go/?a=100059-6a3612&s=1971853-ecdb80&p_affiliate.referral_code=marktaylor12 (Listen to Mark's audio course ) https://frstre.com/go/?a=100059-6a3612&s=1971853-ecdb80&p_affiliate.referral_code=marktaylor12 (10 Pieces of Advice You'd Like to Have as a Child)

Disability After Dark
BONUS! “I WANTED TO CREATE PIECES THAT ILLUSTRATE THE STRUGGLE OF MENTAL ILLNESS” - SITTING DOWN WITH VISUAL ARTIST QUINCY MORRISON-ST. KITTS

Disability After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 46:10


Episode Notes On this bonus episode of Disability After Dark, I want to introduce you to my brother Quincy Morrison-St. Kitts!  He is an amazing visual artist, who has created fantastic art pieces that look at everything from superheroes to pop culture icons and more.  Quincy has also just been diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum, so we talk about his journey of diagnosis, what inspires him to make art, whether or not he wants to incorporate disability into his art + so much more.  Enjoy!  You can follow Quincy and his art here: @quearts I will be helping him to offer some of his fantastic pieces for sale, through my Instagram too, so be on the look out for that here: @andrewgurza1 Sign up to be a part of the free, virtual Parks Accessibility Conference taking place August 23-25th, 2022 by going to www.parksaccessibilityconference.ca

Creative Pep Talk
370 - 5 Pieces of Incredible Creative Advice that Lit Me On Fire with Zak Rosen of the Best Advice Show

Creative Pep Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 46:15


Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalkSupport the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!Transcripts available at creativepeptalk.com/episodes!_________SHOW NOTESZak Rosen's Podcast - The Best Advice ShowTom Froese's Skillshare Class: “The Six Stages of Illustration: Leading Clients Through Your Art"_________SPONSORSSHILLINGTONStudy graphic design with Shillington for 3 months full-time or 9 months part-time. With Shillington's graphic design course, you'll graduate with a solid understanding of creative problem solving, design theory and software. Create an incredible design portfolio and master how to discuss and sell your work—essential skills for any creative career. LEARN MORE: https://shillo.design/pepSKILLSHAREThere's nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growth is extremely satisfying, and online classes from Skillshare make it possible. Learn about illustration, design, photography, productivity, and marketing. With Skillshare's short classes, you can move your creative journey forward without putting life on hold. So explore your creativity at Skillshare.com/CreativePep where our listeners get a free trial of Premium Membership.

The Lindsey Elmore Show
Be The Love: How We Heal Through Vulnerability | Sarah Prout

The Lindsey Elmore Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 44:34


Sarah Prout is an international bestselling author, intuitive mentor and host of the MANIFEST podcast. Named a “Manifestation Guru” by Cosmopolitan Magazine, Sarah went from living on welfare as a single mother in Australia, to creating a successful 7-figure company. Over the last decade, Sarah has inspired millions of people with her words on emotional empowerment, intuitive wisdom, and heart-based healing. She is driven by a belief that anyone can manifest the life of their wildest dreams and guide their destiny if they have the courage to do so. Born in New Zealand, raised in Australia, Sarah now lives in the United States with her husband and four children. Topics covered in this episode: Feel Heal and Reveal Process Relationship Skills Strength Creation in Relationships Self Responsibility Daily Commitments to Better Yourself Self Compassion Vulnerability 7 Pieces of Advice Recovering from Getting Off Track Tactical Techniques Trauma Meditation Referenced in the episode: The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 171 | Experiencing Trauma and Building Resilience | Hitu Jugessur To learn more about Sarah Prout and her work, head over to http://www.sarahprout.com/ __________________________________________________________ Somavedic is a device that can reliably mitigate unwanted influences of: EMF radiation (4G/5G, WiFi, phones) Geopathic stress, water crosses Curry and Hartmann lines Oxidative stress / Free radicals Head over to www.somavedic.com and use the code: LKE to save 10% off. __________________________________________________________ The BioMat Professional is an FDA 510K Class II medical device that harnesses the best of nature's wisdom to activate your inner healing power. Filled with 18lbs of Amethyst channels, the BioMat is powerful at alleviating pain, inflammation, and stress as well as improving sleep and immunity. Head to www.lindseyelmore.com/biomat and you could be on your way to relaxation and less stress and fatigue throughout your day. __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.

Bet Sweats
Off the Board: Hair Pieces

Bet Sweats

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 16:04


Erin, Joe O and Joe G dive into the great lengths that men will go to to hold on to their hair. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices