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    Sarah's Book Shelves Live
    Ep. 119: Keri Blakinger (Author of Corrections in Ink)

    Sarah's Book Shelves Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 49:53


    In Episode 119, Keri Blakinger joins me to discuss her debut memoir, Corrections in Ink, a mind-blowing personal story, also speaks to the broader issues of addiction and women in the prison system. Keri went from being an elite figure skater in her youth to being arrested for possession of heroin while a student at Cornell, and then serving two years in the New York prison system. In her memoir, Keri is self-reflective, sharing what is ultimately a hopeful and redemptive story, despite the dark places it goes along the way. This post contains affiliate links, through which I make a small commission when you make a purchase (at no cost to you!). Highlights When and why Keri decided to share her story in book form. How the pandemic impacted her journalism career and writing her memoir. The connection between her figure skating, her mental health, and her drug addiction. Some of the bigger surprises she experienced in prison. How Keri thinks she managed to overcome the statistics and “make good on a second chance.” An example of the ways inmates work around some of the arbitrary and unwritten rules of jail. All about ‘books in jail': requesting and ordering books, time allotted to reading, access, and prison libraries. Keri's personal reading experience in jail and covering this topic as a journalist. Current issues Keri is investigating within the prison system. Keri's Book Recommendations [32:02] Two OLD Books She Loves Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro | Amazon | Bookshop.org [32:17] The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein | Amazon | Bookshop.org [33:56] Two NEW Books She Loves Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing by Lauren Hough | Amazon | Bookshop.org [37:30] Breathing Fire by Jaime Lowe | Amazon | Bookshop.org [39:33] One Book She DIDN'T LOVE Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn | Amazon | Bookshop.org [41:47] One NEW RELEASE She's Excited About A Deal with the Devil by Pamela Colloff (November 2023) | [44:04] Last 5-Star Book Keri Read Mexican Gothic by Sylvia Moreno-Garcia | Amazon | Bookshop.org [47:20] Other Books Mentioned On Lynchings by Ida B. Wells-Barnett (new edition on November 15, 2022)  [26:43] Blood in the Water by Heather Ann Thompson [27:13] The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern [29:30] The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger [29:42] Orange Is the New Black by Piper Kerman [30:28] The Keep by Jennifer Egan [30:32] About Keri Blakinger Website | Twitter | Instagram Keri Blakinger is a Texas-based investigative reporter and the author of the Corrections in Ink, a memoir tracing her path from figure skating to heroin addiction to prison and, finally, to life as a journalist covering mass incarceration.  Currently reporting for The Marshall Project, her work covering criminal justice, has previously appeared in VICE, the New York Daily News, the BBC, and The New York Times. She previously worked for the Houston Chronicle and was a member of the Chronicle‘s Pulitzer-finalist team in 2018.  Her 2019 coverage of women's jails for The Washington Post Magazine helped earn a National Magazine Award.

    Music From 100 Years Ago
    Warren and Dubin

    Music From 100 Years Ago

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 37:23


    Movie Songs by Harry Warren and Al Dubin. Songs include: 42nd Street, I Only Have Eyes For You, We're In the Money, September In the Rain, Shadow Waltz and You're Getting To Be a Habit With Me. Performers include: Bing Crosby, Frankie Lane, Billie Holiday, Ben Selvin, Hal Kemp, Thomas "Fats" Waller and Doris Day.

    Marketplace Morning Report
    Heaviest rain in decades in Seoul highlights infrastructure challenges

    Marketplace Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 8:28


    From the BBC World Service: At least eight people died after torrential downpours in the South Korean capital, with some trapped in subterranean apartments, which are frequently occupied by lower-income households. Plus, fears are growing of a worsening energy crisis in Cuba after vital fuel-storage tanks were destroyed by a fire in the port city of Matanzas. And, fed-up homeowners in China have decided to move into their unfinished tower blocks after developers halted work.

    Marketplace All-in-One
    Heaviest rain in decades in Seoul highlights infrastructure challenges

    Marketplace All-in-One

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 8:28


    From the BBC World Service: At least eight people died after torrential downpours in the South Korean capital, with some trapped in subterranean apartments, which are frequently occupied by lower-income households. Plus, fears are growing of a worsening energy crisis in Cuba after vital fuel-storage tanks were destroyed by a fire in the port city of Matanzas. And, fed-up homeowners in China have decided to move into their unfinished tower blocks after developers halted work.

    Simon Calder's Independent Travel Podcast
    August 9th - Swimming in the rain, I'm swimming in the rain

    Simon Calder's Independent Travel Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 5:34


    Swimming in the rain, I've just been swimming in the rain. Quebec City has created something special at the docks this summer: L'Oasis. This an Olympic-sized swimming pool in the port, where you bathe in the water of the St Lawrence River. It is quite the most exhilarating urban experience I have had in a long time. An entire dock has been filled with the essentials for a top-class swimming pool: boardwalks, proper lanes and a children's area. It's a little rudimentary, but the water is tested each day for cleanliness and the temperature is entirely agreeable. Let's hope it becomes a summer regular – and that other cities pick up the idea.Of course this podcast is completely free, as is my weekly travel email. You can sign up at independent.co.uk/newsletters. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Rain washes away snow at Mount Ruapehu

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 2:55


    Mount Ruapehu has had a bumpy start to the ski season with rain washing away snow earlier in the season for some fields. But the smallest of the three fields has taken steps to make themselves less dependent on huge snow dumps and weekend crowds. Club field Tukino opened last weekend. Field manager Terry Dunn spoke to Corin Dann.

    Good Morning from WVIK news
    Good Morning from WVIK News for Monday, August 8, 2022

    Good Morning from WVIK news

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 6:39


    IA ranks 9th and IL 23rd in a report on kids' welfare...RI considers a Special Service Area to pay for downtown improvements...The Feds will stop watching IL for patronage hiring...The River Bandits play the Field of Dreams tomorrow night...Rain this morning...a high of 80 today...

    Local Jackson WI Weather Outlook
    Weather Forecast for Jackson WI Issued at 7am Aug 08 2022 by George Kasica - Netwrx Consulting

    Local Jackson WI Weather Outlook

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 3:04


    AUTOMATED GRAPHIC FORECAST LINK   Weather Forecast for Jackson WI, by George Kasica - Netwrx Consulting   Monday (Aug 8): Cloudy in the morning, becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon. Patchy light fog in the morning. A  30% chance of rain. Precipitation will be showery or intermittent. High 77, but temperatures falling in the afternoon. Wind west-northwest around 11 mph, gusting to 20 mph, in the morning, becoming north in the afternoon.   Monday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Patchy light fog. Low 59. Wind northeast around 5 mph.   Tuesday (Aug 9): Mostly sunny in the morning, becoming sunny in the afternoon. Patchy light fog in the morning. High 80. Wind east-northeast around 5 mph.   Tuesday night: Clear. Light to moderate fog after midnight. Low 60. Wind south around 2 mph in the evening, becoming west-southwest around 5 mph after midnight.   Wednesday (Aug 10): Sunny. Patchy light fog in the morning. Hot. High 85. Wind west-southwest around 7 mph, gusting to 15 mph.   Wednesday night: Partly cloudy in the evening, becoming mostly cloudy after midnight. Low 63. Wind north-northwest around 6 mph in the evening, becoming northeast after midnight.   Thursday (Aug 11): Partly to mostly cloudy in the morning, becoming sunny in the afternoon. High 77. Wind northeast around 8 mph, gusting to 16 mph.   Thursday night: Clear. Light to moderate fog after midnight. Relatively cool. Low 55. Wind northeast around 4 mph.   Friday (Aug 12): Mostly cloudy to cloudy in the morning, becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon. Patchy light fog in the morning. High 78. Wind east-northeast around 6 mph.   Friday night: Partly to mostly cloudy in the evening, becoming mostly cloudy to cloudy after midnight. Relatively cool. Low 56. Wind southeast around 3 mph in the evening, becoming west-southwest after midnight.   Saturday (Aug 13): Cloudy. A 60% chance of rain. Precipitation will be showery or intermittent. High 77. Wind southwest around 6 mph in the morning, becoming south-southeast in the afternoon.   Saturday night: Cloudy. A 30% chance of rain. Precipitation will be showery or intermittent. Low 64. Wind east-southeast around 4 mph.   Sunday (Aug 14): Partly cloudy in the morning, becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon. High 81. Wind east-southeast around 9 mph, gusting to 19 mph.   Sunday night: Mostly cloudy to cloudy in the evening, becoming mostly clear after midnight. Low 60. Wind northeast around 5 mph.   KASICA

    Weekend Ag Matters
    Opening Market Podcast - Greg McBride Allendale 8-8-22

    Weekend Ag Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 7:03


    If it isn't Russia playing with their toys, it's China. Rain also fell in Iowa overnight. Some places saw around an inch of precip. Not a drought buster, but better than nothing. Greg McBride of Allendale joins Dustin on today's Opening Market Podcast. 

    ASMR Sleep Recordings
    Waterfall Sounds for Relaxation and Studying | 2 Hours

    ASMR Sleep Recordings

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 120:01


    Welcome to a new episode of ASMR Sleep Recordings. In this episode, you will hear waterfall sounds. Improve your health and happiness.The sound you hear in this episode creates a calm atmosphere and at the same time blocks out disturbing noises. This will help you de-stress, unwind, and rest. Enjoy two hours of relaxing sounds to help you relax, focus, study and fall asleep.About ASMR Sleep Recordings:The purpose of ASMR Sleep Recording is to help you sleep and concentrate better. This particular episode lasts two hours and has no ads in the middle, so you won't be woken up or disturbed while focusing or relaxing. When you listen to ASMR Sleep Recordings, you can lock your phone, so you won't get any bothersome stimuli from notifications and other sounds from your phone. You can switch between apps while studying or working without pausing the ambient sound.About our sounds:Water creates a natural white noise. Infused with the relaxing quality of nature and the sound-masking properties of white noise, listening to running water is an ideal way to turn off all the stressful things life brings, and to de-stress. Some of our most popular sounds include a river, flowing creek, babbling brook, gentle waves on a lake, and a bamboo fountain. Rain also creates a natural white noise. Infused with the relaxing quality of nature and the sound-masking properties of white noise, listening to rain is an ideal way to switch off all the stressful things life brings and to de-stress. Some of our most popular sounds are rain on an umbrella, hailstorms, hard rain, soft rain, gentle rain, wind and rain, rain on a car.White noise helps babies and children to get a better and deeper night's sleep. This is because external sounds are masked by the noise. With white noise in the background, your child will not hear annoying cars driving by or dogs barking in bed. This allows your little one to sleep better. And it also saves you as a parent a lot of hours!Pink noise is more common in nature than you might expect. It can be compared to continuous rainfall or wind. In addition to white noise, pink noise is also increasing in popularity, especially in business environments. Because it can increase productivity, concentration and creativity.Brown noise can be compared to waves of the sea, a river current, strong winds or the sound of thunder during a storm. Like pink noise, brown noise is very similar to white noise. However, the frequencies have been lowered even further and a lot more concentrated. This gives it a rougher/coarse tone than pink noise. It sounds a bit deeper and a bit bass-like. The benefits of brown noise are the same as the other types of noise. It provides relaxation, increased focus and improved deep sleep.DISCLAIMER: Be aware that loud noises can damage your hearing. If you can't carry on a conversation without raising your voice while playing one of our spheres, the sound may be too loud for your ears. Do not place the speakers directly next to a baby's ears. If you have trouble hearing or ringing in your ears, stop listening to the white noise immediately and see an audiologist or your doctor. The sounds provided by ASMR Sleep Recordings are for entertainment purposes only and are not a treatment for sleep disorders or tinnitus. Consult your doctor if you regularly have severe sleeping problems, experience fitful/restless sleep or feel tired during the day.

    Weekend Ag Matters
    Opening Market Podcast - Greg McBride Allendale 8-8-22

    Weekend Ag Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 7:03


    If it isn't Russia playing with their toys, it's China. Rain also fell in Iowa overnight. Some places saw around an inch of precip. Not a drought buster, but better than nothing. Greg McBride of Allendale joins Dustin on today's Opening Market Podcast. 

    The Buresh Daily Discussion

    CBS47/FOX30 FIRST ALERT FORECAST – MON. AUG. 8TH METEOROLOGIST ALYSSA PEJIC WOKV RADIO The WOKV Weather Meter for Today: 6 TODAY: Partly to mostly sunny & hot day... Tracking showers to start along the coast ; t'storms redevelop along sea breeze in the PM & move inland. High: 90… 80s at the beaches. TONIGHT: Evening t'storm....Partly cloudy. Low: 74 TUESDAY: Mostly sunny with a few afternoon showers & t'storms. High: 92 WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny & hot with a few afternoon showers & t'storms. High: 94 THURSDAY: Mostly sunny & hot with a few afternoon showers & t'storms. High: 93 FRIDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy, scattered showers & t'storms. High: 92

    MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program
    The Battle to Belong: Part II (ep 297)

    MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 73:47


    On the second instalment in our Summer '22 series: the battle over belonging. The back half of our investigation into inclusion—or is that excursion into exclusion? They're kind of two sides of the same coin to be honest, minted at our expense. Featured voices this podcast include (in order of appearance): • Candis Callison, Associate Professor in the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies and the Graduate School of Journalism at UBC • Kim TallBear, Professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience & Environment • Jacqueline Keeler, journalist and author • Brock Pitawanakwat, Associate Professor of Indigenous Studies at York University • Ken Williams, Assistant Professor with the University of Alberta's Department of Drama // CREDITS: Creative Commons music this episode includes “I care” by Loyalty Freak Music, “Hoist” and “Land Legs” by Andy G. Cohen, and “Bitcoin Day” by Anonymous420. Our opening theme is “Bad Nostalgia (Instrumental)” by Anthem of Rain; our closing theme is “Garden Tiger” by Pictures of the Floating World. This episode was hosted/produced/edited by Rick Harp; production assistance by Courteney Morin. 

    COOL Church
    Terrance Wilson - The Rain Is Coming

    COOL Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


    Sermon Title: The Rain Is Coming (COOL Summer) Terrance Wilson | COOL Church   COOL Church Online Sunday Services; Live at 10am | Streaming 12:30pm & 7pm    Website: https://thecoolchurch.com Social Media (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) @wearecoolchurch

    Horror Movie Survival Guide
    HMSG Interview David M. Booher! "The Black Phone"

    Horror Movie Survival Guide

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 67:58


    HMSG Interview David M. Booher! - "The Black Phone" This week we are thrilled to be interviewing a friend and fan of the show DAVID M. BOOHER!Booher grew up in a small Ohio town reading Stephen King, watching The Goonies, eating Lucky Charms in front of He-Man, trading Garbage Pail Kids, playing Nintendo, and going outside. Channeling his love for all the best 1980's sci-fi and fantasy, he has co-created and written comic series CANTO, POWERLESS, the LGBTQ-led KILLER QUEENS, ALIEN BOUNTY HUNTER, RAIN, ALL NEW FIREFLY, and the middle grade series TALES OF LAKE EERIE. He's also written several features. A lawyer by training, he lives in Los Angeles with his husband and the true masterminds behind their operation--their adopted greyhounds.We discuss lots of Stephen King, adapting writing between mediums and cover THE BLACK PHONE (2022) starring Ethan Hawke & based on a story by one of Booher's collaborators - JOE HILL! We hope you enjoy this fresh episode!Support the show

    The Graveyard Shift w/ Mr. Davis
    Something Has Been Following My Friends... - NoSleep Stories w/ Rain & Thunder | Mr. Davis

    The Graveyard Shift w/ Mr. Davis

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 56:56


    enjoy. :) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themisterdavis/message

    ASMR Sleep & Relax Meditation
    Hard Rain and Thunder for Sleep, Meditation, and Relaxation

    ASMR Sleep & Relax Meditation

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 88:34


    Follow our ad-free Rain Playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1MMT1HDdPHNtxUWhcgjSEl?si=16f05b6327c74056--- Listen to our ad-free podcast "ASMR Sessions": Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/673bLsHJCXPV8bG2aXnqz1Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/asmr-sessions/id1570426570Google podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy81NGNmYzZkOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==--- Welcome to a new episode of ASMR Rain Recordings. In this episode, you will hear hard rain and thunder. What type of sound do you want to hear on our podcast next time? Leave a comment in the review ☔

    Sleep and Relaxation Podcast
    4 Hr Gentle Lake Water Lapping With Loon And Bird Sounds For Sleep, Rest & Relaxation - Ambient Nature | ep24

    Sleep and Relaxation Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 240:01


    Four hours of uninterrupted relaxing audio, and ambient nature sounds to help you rest, meditate, and sleep.© Sleep and Relaxation Podcast, 2022. All rights reserved. Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this audio is prohibited.

    Pick Up Your Sticks
    The Brobots of Roboquest, Catching them all in Monster Sanctuary and More

    Pick Up Your Sticks

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 61:57


    This week we talk about Brett's continued adventures in Monster Sanctuary, Walker's experience with Roboquest which is an early access title on Game Pass that plays like a FPS Risk of Rain 2. Walker also shares about the PS5 and a random smattering of other titles. Episode notes: Buy Pick Up Your Sticks a Cup of Coffee: https://ko-fi.com/puyspod Join the discussion!  All of our links including twitter, discord, youtube, email, and more can be found at:  https://puyspod.carrd.co/ (https://puyspod.carrd.co/) Music by Misha Zarins https://mekzvsbear.wixsite.com/mekz Art by Riley O'laughlin  riley_olaughlin@ymail.com

    Radio Lento podcast
    Daydream 1 (a series of short August adventures)

    Radio Lento podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 5:08


    Begin, by a country church on the hills above Harlow in Essex, and at the foot of a jovial fir tree, hushed by warm wind. It's a sunny afternoon and a blackbird is singing in the secluded churchyard of St Mary's, Gilston. Wood pigeons are sunning their wings on the old slates of the church roof. Great tits call from the long hedgerow that forms a natural boundary to the open fields beyond.  The open fields beyond. You slip into a daydream, and imagine yourself not beside vast open land, but beside a vast, and open sea. You can almost hear the waves lapping. No, not quite lapping, it's more that they're washing in. Washing in on an incoming tide, from the cool expanse of the North Sea. You're on the Blackwater estuary, listening to the waves coming in. Playfully flowing over tiny, feather light shells, that form a carpet under your warm, bare feet.  Hot noon sunshine. Eyes blurring. Rising thermals from the dense sedge grass, and a heat haze to make you think you're in a dream. Now you're on Wallasea Island, a little further down along the Essex coast. A nature reserve, and a home to wild birds and countless buzzing insects. It feels like high definition. Pristine and taught with high frequency sound. The aural evidence of an ecosystem that's being nourished with more of what it really needs to exist. Bask for a minute, in its existence. Its intense August heat, and all its life-affirming sound.     And then, to a different kind of place. A creek, along which gulls and redshank and curlews swoop and fly as they hunt for food. A place where sea water ingresses inland, to blend with rolling farmland fields and little collections of homely houses and a beach with gnarled wooden groins. This is Landermere Creek near Thorpe-le-Soken. A cool summer's day with a big sky, a day of changeable weather. Rain clouds are approaching the creek, Dark grey. Heavy. But the birds are flying headlong, all the same. You follow the rain clouds, inland. Float over miles and miles of land, criss-crossed with rivers, and roads, and strips of woodland, and buildings and settlements. Towards, but not quite, to London. By now the clouds are out of rain, and are now, just clouds. Below is a lake, No, a collection of lakes, Darkening, but that still just about reflect the clouds. The dusk is rapidly gathering. Far below, on the ground, on the thick overgrown ground that forms one bank of a large lake-like pond known as Norman's Pond, the dark bush crickets have come out. Cricketing their sharp, precise stridulating sounds to each other. Then along comes a creature. A small mammal, of some kind. Squeaking, like a children's toy. Can it be real? Where has it come from? It comes, and goes, through the leaf litter, on its jerky, squeaky way. Perhaps the swans, out dabbling on the smooth still water, will know... ---------------------------------------- These minute segments are taken from the following full episodes: 65 Songs from the churchyard (50 minutes) 81 Rising tide in the rock garden (37 minutes) 80 A doze in the grass on Wallasea Island (39 minutes) 79 Essence of estuary (32 minutes) 54 Lee Valley Park at night (45 minutes)  We're sharing these mini daydream adventures while we gather new material over the summer. Full-length episodes will return in September. Thanks for listening to and supporting Radio Lento, a podcast for anyone who loves authentic captured quiet. Each episode is recorded by us, on locations that we find by exploring the landscape on foot, and by listening. We're independent sound recordists, helped by your >>kind donations

    Mid-South Gardening Podcast
    S3E78: We've Had Some Nice Rain Lately? How Have Your Plants Been Doing?

    Mid-South Gardening Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 126:59


    Welcome to another episode of Mid-South Gardening featuring Vador Vance and Kenneth Mabry.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    FAI Central
    Rockets Rain on Southern Israel

    FAI Central

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 4:50


    Israeli citizens in the nation's south spent the night in bomb shelters on Friday as Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and the Israeli military (IDF) traded rocket fire and airstrikes for hours.

    ASMR Sleep Recordings
    Fan Sounds White Noise | 2 Hours

    ASMR Sleep Recordings

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 120:01


    Welcome to a new episode of ASMR Sleep Recordings. In this episode, you will hear fan sounds white noise. Improve your health and happiness.The sound you hear in this episode creates a calm atmosphere and at the same time blocks out disturbing noises. This will help you de-stress, unwind, and rest. Enjoy two hours of relaxing sounds to help you relax, focus, study and fall asleep.About ASMR Sleep Recordings:The purpose of ASMR Sleep Recording is to help you sleep and concentrate better. This particular episode lasts two hours and has no ads in the middle, so you won't be woken up or disturbed while focusing or relaxing. When you listen to ASMR Sleep Recordings, you can lock your phone, so you won't get any bothersome stimuli from notifications and other sounds from your phone. You can switch between apps while studying or working without pausing the ambient sound.About our sounds:Water creates a natural white noise. Infused with the relaxing quality of nature and the sound-masking properties of white noise, listening to running water is an ideal way to turn off all the stressful things life brings, and to de-stress. Some of our most popular sounds include a river, flowing creek, babbling brook, gentle waves on a lake, and a bamboo fountain. Rain also creates a natural white noise. Infused with the relaxing quality of nature and the sound-masking properties of white noise, listening to rain is an ideal way to switch off all the stressful things life brings and to de-stress. Some of our most popular sounds are rain on an umbrella, hailstorms, hard rain, soft rain, gentle rain, wind and rain, rain on a car.White noise helps babies and children to get a better and deeper night's sleep. This is because external sounds are masked by the noise. With white noise in the background, your child will not hear annoying cars driving by or dogs barking in bed. This allows your little one to sleep better. And it also saves you as a parent a lot of hours!Pink noise is more common in nature than you might expect. It can be compared to continuous rainfall or wind. In addition to white noise, pink noise is also increasing in popularity, especially in business environments. Because it can increase productivity, concentration and creativity.Brown noise can be compared to waves of the sea, a river current, strong winds or the sound of thunder during a storm. Like pink noise, brown noise is very similar to white noise. However, the frequencies have been lowered even further and a lot more concentrated. This gives it a rougher/coarse tone than pink noise. It sounds a bit deeper and a bit bass-like. The benefits of brown noise are the same as the other types of noise. It provides relaxation, increased focus and improved deep sleep.DISCLAIMER: Be aware that loud noises can damage your hearing. If you can't carry on a conversation without raising your voice while playing one of our spheres, the sound may be too loud for your ears. Do not place the speakers directly next to a baby's ears. If you have trouble hearing or ringing in your ears, stop listening to the white noise immediately and see an audiologist or your doctor. The sounds provided by ASMR Sleep Recordings are for entertainment purposes only and are not a treatment for sleep disorders or tinnitus. Consult your doctor if you regularly have severe sleeping problems, experience fitful/restless sleep or feel tired during the day.

    LOA Recon with the Good Vibe Coach
    Calling In Rain (or Whatever You Desire)

    LOA Recon with the Good Vibe Coach

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 20:24


    In our second year of extreme drought, I've been using manifesting powers to call in glorious rain. This is a quick example of how I've been doing that, offered to inspire you to put your conscious creation skills to work on whatever you want to create in your world: romance, clients, money, health, adventure, etc. Just replace rain with the topic of your desire and let Universe bring it on!

    Grumpy Old Geeks
    564: Blame It On the Rain

    Grumpy Old Geeks

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 56:32


    Earth no longer has drinkable rain; Goodreads; Pickleball elbow; Twitter goes after Musk; the week in grift - Ponzi schemes, hacks, regulatory lies, "preemptive" theft, oh my; Meta's Super live streaming platform; movies we haven't watched & some we have; Westworld; Trainwreck, Woodstock '99; Opal C1 camera; Apple Arcade removes titles; Winamp is back; WebbCompare; fitness apps; Meta Pixel HIPAA lawsuits; everyone's texts have been deleted except Alex Jones; deprogramming conspiracy theorists, Happy Birthday, Jason!Show notes at https://gog.show/564Sponsors:Kolide - Kolide can help you nail third-party audits and internal compliance goals with endpoint security for your entire fleet. Learn more here.MasterClass - Head over to m365masterclass.com and enter code GOG at checkout for 20% off your subscription for life.Hover - Go to Hover now and grab your very own domain or a few of them at hover.com/gog and get 10% off your first purchase.FOLLOW UPJason on Goodreads10 Terrific Exercises for Tennis ElbowPFAS In Rainwater Mean It's Unsafe To Drink Anywhere, Even In AntarcticaIN THE NEWSTwitter subpoenas associates of Elon Musk in preparation for lawsuitThe Disastrous Record of Celebrity Crypto EndorsementsSEC charges 11 people over 'textbook' $300 million crypto Ponzi schemeHacking free-for-all relieves crypto bridge users of $200 millionNew York regulators slap Robinhood's crypto business with $30 million fineRobinhood lays off almost a quarter of its staffInside the Crypto-Bot Ghost Towns of TelegramMeta has been quietly testing a new livestreaming platform and is ramping up creator outreach. Read a leaked 17-page pitch deck it sent influencers.MEDIA CANDYTrainwreck: Woodstock ‘99Best SellersThe Lost CityAPPS & DOODADSOpal C1 Camera - invite code: OP-5i7SOFb-ALApple Arcade removes first batch of originals, ‘Leaving Soon' tab now goneJetpack Joyride will soon have a sequel available exclusively on Apple ArcadeWinamp, your parents' favorite MP3 software, is backWebbCompareSECURITY HAH!The CyberWireDave BittnerHacking HumansCaveatControl LoopMeta faces lawsuit for allegedly collecting patient health data without consentFOR PROBABLY TOTALLY INNOCENT REASONS, THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT ALSO DELETED THE JANUARY 6 TEXT MESSAGES OF TOP TRUMP OFFICIALSConspiracy theories have legitimized violence, impaired public health, and undermined democratic governance. Containing their harms begins with understanding the theorist, not the theory.CLOSING SHOUT-OUTSAirtags on ThingverseNichelle Nichols Helped Show America a Different FutureVin Scully, Voice of the Dodgers for 67 Years, Dies at 94See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Poured Over
    Tess Gunty on THE RABBIT HUTCH

    Poured Over

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 44:50


    “To write a young woman who refuses to define herself by anything other than her activism, her mind, her curiosity, that was just a delight, and she wasn't the most predictable character, but she was the one who told me what to do on every page.” How to describe Tess Gunty's dynamic debut, The Rabbit Hutch? Think Jennifer Egan + Denis Johnson. Think polyphonic novel about climate change and gentrification and coming-of-age in a dying American Dream with an unforgettable 18-year-old as its heart. Tess joins us on the show to talk about loneliness and connection, South Bend and Studebaker automobiles, needing to leave home in order to write about it, how an anxious kid became a writer, mysticism, revision, the poets and writers who inspire her and much more with Poured Over's host, Miwa Messer. And we end this episode with TBR Topoff book recommendations from Marc and Becky.   Featured Books (episode) The Rabbit Hutch by Tess Gunty A Swim in a Pond in the Rain by George Saunders A Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan NW by Zadie Smith Great House by Nicole Krauss Middlemarch by George Eliot   Featured Books (TBR Topoff) Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward The Mars Room by Rachel Kushner   Poured Over is produced and hosted by Miwa Messer and mixed by Harry Liang. Follow us here for new episodes Tuesdays and Thursdays, with occasional Saturdays.   A full transcript of this episode is available here.

    ASMR Sleep & Relax Meditation
    Rainy Day on the Streets

    ASMR Sleep & Relax Meditation

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 64:53


    Follow our ad-free Rain Playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1MMT1HDdPHNtxUWhcgjSEl?si=16f05b6327c74056--- Listen to our ad-free podcast "ASMR Sessions": Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/673bLsHJCXPV8bG2aXnqz1Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/asmr-sessions/id1570426570Google podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy81NGNmYzZkOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==--- Welcome to a new episode of ASMR Rain Recordings. In this episode, you will hear a rainy day on the streets. What type of sound do you want to hear on our podcast next time? Leave a comment in the review ☔

    Greg & The Morning Buzz
    ELVIS/RAIN/GRUMPY SCOTT. 8/5

    Greg & The Morning Buzz

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 8:43


    Greg saw the Elvis movie, then we chat rain and Grumpy Scott.

    Calming White Noise
    Pouring Rain Sounds (8 Hours) – Sound of Rain for Sleeping, Studying, and Relaxing

    Calming White Noise

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 480:49


    Grab a book and let rain sounds help you studying, or simply enjoy an amazing sleeping experience. Rain sounds are notoriously useful in clearing your mind and creating a pleasant environment. Allow nature to bring you positive thoughts, one droplet at a time! Subscribe to our YouTube At Calming White Noise, our goal is to help you and your loved ones sleep, meditate, study, or simply relax. One of the benefits of listening to white noise via podcast is the ability to lock your mobile device and eliminate any unwanted light. This episode is 8 consecutive hours long with no loops or interludes, allowing for a full nights sleep. If you have found value from our sounds, we kindly ask that you would rate our podcast at the top of your screen. Your positive feedback inspires us to continue bringing you our best work and we truly hope our sounds can help promote peace and positivity. We cannot thank you enough for tuning in today! Be well. Visit calmingpodcast.com Prenez un livre et laissez les sons de la pluie vous aider à étudier, ou profitez simplement d'une expérience de sommeil incroyable. Les sons de la pluie sont notoirement utiles pour vider votre esprit et créer un environnement agréable. Laissez la nature vous apporter des pensées positives, une goutte à la fois ! Abonnez-vous à notre YouTube Chez Calming White Noise, notre objectif est de vous aider, vous et vos proches, à dormir, méditer, étudier ou simplement vous détendre. L'un des avantages de l'écoute du bruit blanc via un podcast est la possibilité de verrouiller votre appareil mobile et d'éliminer toute lumière indésirable. Cet épisode dure 8 heures consécutives sans boucles ni intermèdes, permettant une nuit de sommeil complète. Si vous avez trouvé de la valeur à partir de nos sons, nous vous prions de noter notre podcast en haut de votre écran. Vos commentaires positifs nous incitent à continuer à vous offrir notre meilleur travail et nous espérons vraiment que nos sons pourront aider à promouvoir la paix et la positivité. Nous ne pouvons pas vous remercier assez pour l'écoute d'aujourd'hui ! Être bien. Visitez calmingpodcast.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calming-white-noises/support

    setisoppO
    Rain, Emu, Cherry

    setisoppO

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 0:20


    A lone emu runs through the rain, in search of cherries. It doesn’t. That’s not even poetic. Instead, let’s work out the opposite of those things. Do not share, and certainly do not enjoy.

    The Buresh Daily Discussion

    CBS47/FOX30 FIRST ALERT FORECAST – FRI. AUG. 5TH CHIEF METEOROLOGIST MIKE BURESH WOKV RADIO The WOKV Weather Meter for Today: 7 TODAY: Partly sunny with a brief shower early at the beaches… a few inland afternoon showers & storms. High: 92 TONIGHT: Partly cloudy with a coastal shower. Low: 74 SATURDAY: A brief beach shower early… partly sunny with an isolated mainly inland afternoon shower/storm. High: 91… 80s at the beaches. SUNDAY: Partly sunny with an isolated inland afternoon t'storm. High: 90… 80s at the beaches. MONDAY: Partly sunny with scattered inland afternoon t'storms. High: 90 TUESDAY: Partly sunny with scattered midday & afternoon showers & t'storms increasing. High: 92

    FPC Eldorado Sermon Archive
    Rain Fell on the Earth - Genesis 7:1-23

    FPC Eldorado Sermon Archive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022


    Genesis 7:1-23 - - Mar 17, 2019

    The Graveyard Shift w/ Mr. Davis
    The Confession of Charles Linkworth... - NoSleep Horror Stories w/ Rain & Thunder Sounds | Mr. Davis

    The Graveyard Shift w/ Mr. Davis

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 71:54


    Enjoy. :) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themisterdavis/message

    New South Wales Country Hour

    Rain has forced the authorities to release water from a full Burrinjuck dam which will flood towns like Gundagai

    Portuguese For Listening With Eli And Friends
    Episode 183: Talking about Rain

    Portuguese For Listening With Eli And Friends

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 43:54


    If you would like to have more information about our Conversation Club, please visit: https://portuguesewitheli.com/cah >> Do you want to understand more of what Brazilians say in Portuguese? Do you consider yourself at the intermediate level? Then grab one of our learning guides for free and see for yourself how much more you can understand after just one week. The grab your guide today, please follow this link: https://social.portuguesewitheli.com/convite And here is the monologue for your benefit: Antes, quando morava no Ceará, dificilmente me atentava à previsão do tempo. Era raro eles acertarem, e quando davam uma dentro, o acerto pegava todo mundo de surpresa. E lá não tinha muita variação, sabe? Ou estava um dia lindo, ensolarado, ou era tempo chuvoso. E no Ceará, quando chovia, não era esse chuvisco que os paulistas chamam de garoa. Era um aguaceiro medonho. E nos dias que ficavam que nem chovia nem fazia sol, com o tempo nublado, era um tempo abafado de deixar difícil de respirar. Nos dias de chuva, ali por meados de março, abril, a gente ia toda tomar banho de bica. Tinha que olhar bem para o telhado da casa, para ver se não era sujo. Às vezes, os gatos faziam cocô na calha, e era perigoso tomar banho com aquela água. Mas claro que, quando era um temporal, os pais não deixavam os filhos saírem. Quando me mudei para Salvador, vi que, aqui, a coisa é bem diferente. Primeiro, porque aqui faz um frio danado. A gente até precisa usar agasalho quando faz muito frio. E na época de chuva, cai sempre um toró. Acho que, como o mar é perto, o vento fica mais forte, e venta muito, de ouvir “uivo”, acredita? Pois é. O ruim da chuva em Salvador é que, como muitas casas infelizmente foram construídas em encostas ou perto delas, tem muito deslizamento. Quando a gente dá fé da coisa, vem aquele lamaçal descendo ladeira abaixo. É uma tristeza, porque muitas casas são destruídas assim e famílias perdem o seu lar. Agora, diferente do Ceará, ninguém aqui espera a chuva estiar não. O pessoal coloca uma capa, empunha um guarda-chuva e vai enfrentar o dia. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/portuguesewitheli/message

    The Ryan Kelley Morning After
    8-4-22 Segment 1 A Rainy Thursday

    The Ryan Kelley Morning After

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 60:22


    Rain drops keep falling on my head. Carts on the path today, Jr? Reliving Iggy going off the path at Normandie. Slow play. Pairing up in golf. Rain out last night. Twin bill today. Last time that Jay and Iggy went to Busch. Jay's handicap. It's raining like crazy today.

    New Books in Film
    86 Dana Stevens on Buster Keaton (JP EF)

    New Books in Film

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 42:46


    Dana Stevens joins Elizabeth and John to discuss Camera Man: Buster Keaton, the Dawn of Cinema and the Invention of the Twentieth Century. Her fantastic new book serves as occasion to revel in the work and working world of Buster Keaton, that "solemn, beautiful, perpetually airborne man." Although packed with fascinating tidbits from Keaton's life, Camera Man is much more than just a biography. It performs its own airborne magic, lightly traversing topics like the crackdown on the use of children in vaudeville, the fluidity of roles before and behind the camera in early Hollywood and the doors that were briefly (ever so briefly) opened for female directors. Among other treats, Dana unpacks one of Keaton's early great "two-reelers" One Week ( a spoof of brisk upbeat industrial films) and his parodic "burlesques" e.g. of Lillian Gish. People, Films, Books and Ideas in the conversation include: Roscoe ("Fatty") Arbuckle: got Keaton his start in early films like Butcher Boy, reportedly filmed the day Keaton first stepped onto a set. He said "Buster lived inside the camera." "Cinema of Attractions." a phrase coined by film historian Tom Gunning to describe the way the early years of cinema (1895 to 1913, more or less) achieved success by way of gags, stunts, special effects and other dazzling technological innovations--rather than plot or character development,. John and Dana rave about Keaton's last great film (age 33!), The Cameraman (1928) and deprecate the later silents (with a silent caveat for the pancake scene Grand Slam Opera). Mabel Normand: Arbuckle's longtime collaborator and briefly a rising director--Charlie Chaplin kneecapped her at a crucial moment in her career. Dana singles out for special praise Fatty and Mabel Adrift (1916) starring Luke, the first canine movie star. Singing in the Rain as a MGM-friendly myth-making explanation for Clara Bow's eclipse (and the famous vocal failure moment: "I can't stand 'im") Steamboat Bill Jr. ( 1928, Buster Keaton feature) "Keaton's most mature movie" says Dana. Read the transcript here. Elizabeth Ferry is Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. Email: ferry@brandeis.edu. John Plotz is Barbara Mandel Professor of the Humanities at Brandeis University and co-founder of the Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative. Email: plotz@brandeis.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

    Drinking Alone, With Friends!
    #197 - If You Like Peanut Butter Sours and Getting Caught in the Rain

    Drinking Alone, With Friends!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 55:32


    Hey Folks and welcome to Drinking Alone, With Friends! This week begins our countdown to Season 3 of the podcast, as we close in on episode 200! We review some great beers this week, including one of the last Burial beers in the fridge from Obert, a quite unusual peanut butter, banana, blackberry sour ale from Tud, as well as a brunch slushie beer from Chris. We close it out by looking at the highest rated breweries in each state (according to yelp). Cheers and thanks for listening! Three Handles on Our Frosty Mug of Wisdom Ian McConnell - Season 1 Kingdom Rush Vengeance Pickles Follow us: Instagram YouTube Facebook Discord  - Join to drink beer, spirits or wine with us!  Support our Beer Buying Habits on Patreon (don't forget to subscribe to drink with Chris while he drinks a Bud Light Chelada!) Chris' Twitch Stream! e(nvelope)-mail us! Click here to let Jordan know your breakfast choices Special Thanks to the following for being AWESOME! Jordan of the Wreck My Podcast! crew! Jake for being a great Friend, Twitch Mod and Trader of Beers! Sal for being the best letter writer/Tud challenger/beer sender ever! Larissa for being the ULTIMATE handle giver of the podcast! Shea for becoming a ROCKSTAR patron!  

    Pride and Accomplishment
    80: Host to Steam Deck Ratio

    Pride and Accomplishment

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 53:20


    Today it's all Steam Deck all the time! Jason finally got his Steam Deck and Chris and Jason have both been on trips with their Steam Decks (to the same place, at the same time), so we have some thoughts. Topics Thoughts about physical properties of the Steam Deck Steam Deck Traveling Risk of Rain 2 Stardew Valley Enter the Gungeon Neon Abyss Xbox Cloud Forza is kind of fun Other games work okay Thoughts from hotel wi-fi Pitfalls and Challenges Remembering special keybinds is kind of important Text in Risk of Rain 2 Clicking tiny buttons ProtonDB – Compatibility Database https://www.protondb.com Post Show August Humble Choice delivers again

    Relaxing White Noise
    Thunderstorm Rain Sounds | White Noise for Sleep (8 Hours)

    Relaxing White Noise

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 480:48


    Yes, this thunderstorm will do the trick. Who else is ready for a night of great sleep? Let the thunder and rain sounds wash over your mind and help you fall asleep. The rain storm white noise is so soothing while also effective at blocking out distractions. Perfect for falling asleep and remaining sleeping throughout the night. It's good to be cozy in bed during this crazy rainstorm. Enjoy this rain and thunder sound! Here are some great products to help you sleep. Relaxing White Noise receives a small commission (at no additional cost to you) on purchases made through affiliate links. Thanks for supporting the podcast! Click: Sleepyhead USA Mattress Topper $50 off with code 'RWN' Baloo Living Weighted Blankets (Use code 'relaxingwhitenoise10' for 10% off) At Relaxing White Noise, our goal is to help you sleep well. This episode is eight hours long with no advertisements in the middle, so you can use it as a sleeping sound throughout the night. Listening to our white noise sounds via the podcast gives you the freedom to lock your phone at night, keeping your bedroom dark as you fall asleep. It also allows you to switch between apps while studying or working with no interruption in the ambient sound. Check out the 10-Hour version on YouTube Contact Us for Partnership Inquiries With rain and thunder in the forecast, it's a great chance to enjoy some rain sounds for sleeping, studying or relaxation. Listening to thunderstorm sounds can bring about a feeling of calm, while also blocking out distracting noise. Play a storm sounds podcast to enjoy a good night's sleep or to focus on that homework assignment that needs doing. Relaxing White Noise is the number one destination on YouTube for white noise and nature sounds to help you sleep, study or soothe a baby. With more than a billion views across YouTube and other platforms, we are excited to now share our popular ambient tracks on the Relaxing White Noise podcast. People use white noise for sleeping, focus, sound masking or relaxation. We couldn't be happier to help folks live better lives. This podcast has the sound for you whether you use white noise for studying, to soothe a colicky baby, to fall asleep or for simply enjoying a peaceful moment. No need to buy a white noise machine when you can listen to these sounds for free. Cheers to living your best life! DISCLAIMER: Remember that loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. When playing one of our ambiences, if you cannot have a conversation over the sound without raising your voice, the sound may be too loud for your ears. Please do not place speakers right next to a baby's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening to the white noise sounds and consult an audiologist or your physician. The sounds provided by Relaxing White Noise are for entertainment purposes only and are not a treatment for sleep disorders or tinnitus. If you have significant difficulty sleeping on a regular basis, experience fitful/restless sleep, or feel tired during the day, please consult your physician. Relaxing White Noise Privacy Policy © Relaxing White Noise LLC, 2020. All rights reserved. Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this text/visual/audio is prohibited.

    Holmberg's Morning Sickness
    08-04-22 - Rain Causing Chaos On Roads w/Flooding And Accidents - First Day w/New Eye For John After Having Laser Surgery And Lens Implant At Schwartz Laser Eye Center

    Holmberg's Morning Sickness

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 27:14


    Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Opening Break - Thursday August 4, 2022

    New Books in History
    86 Dana Stevens on Buster Keaton (JP EF)

    New Books in History

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 42:46


    Dana Stevens joins Elizabeth and John to discuss Camera Man: Buster Keaton, the Dawn of Cinema and the Invention of the Twentieth Century. Her fantastic new book serves as occasion to revel in the work and working world of Buster Keaton, that "solemn, beautiful, perpetually airborne man." Although packed with fascinating tidbits from Keaton's life, Camera Man is much more than just a biography. It performs its own airborne magic, lightly traversing topics like the crackdown on the use of children in vaudeville, the fluidity of roles before and behind the camera in early Hollywood and the doors that were briefly (ever so briefly) opened for female directors. Among other treats, Dana unpacks one of Keaton's early great "two-reelers" One Week ( a spoof of brisk upbeat industrial films) and his parodic "burlesques" e.g. of Lillian Gish. People, Films, Books and Ideas in the conversation include: Roscoe ("Fatty") Arbuckle: got Keaton his start in early films like Butcher Boy, reportedly filmed the day Keaton first stepped onto a set. He said "Buster lived inside the camera." "Cinema of Attractions." a phrase coined by film historian Tom Gunning to describe the way the early years of cinema (1895 to 1913, more or less) achieved success by way of gags, stunts, special effects and other dazzling technological innovations--rather than plot or character development,. John and Dana rave about Keaton's last great film (age 33!), The Cameraman (1928) and deprecate the later silents (with a silent caveat for the pancake scene Grand Slam Opera). Mabel Normand: Arbuckle's longtime collaborator and briefly a rising director--Charlie Chaplin kneecapped her at a crucial moment in her career. Dana singles out for special praise Fatty and Mabel Adrift (1916) starring Luke, the first canine movie star. Singing in the Rain as a MGM-friendly myth-making explanation for Clara Bow's eclipse (and the famous vocal failure moment: "I can't stand 'im") Steamboat Bill Jr. ( 1928, Buster Keaton feature) "Keaton's most mature movie" says Dana. Read the transcript here. Elizabeth Ferry is Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. Email: ferry@brandeis.edu. John Plotz is Barbara Mandel Professor of the Humanities at Brandeis University and co-founder of the Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative. Email: plotz@brandeis.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

    New Books Network
    86 Dana Stevens on Buster Keaton (JP EF)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 42:46


    Dana Stevens joins Elizabeth and John to discuss Camera Man: Buster Keaton, the Dawn of Cinema and the Invention of the Twentieth Century. Her fantastic new book serves as occasion to revel in the work and working world of Buster Keaton, that "solemn, beautiful, perpetually airborne man." Although packed with fascinating tidbits from Keaton's life, Camera Man is much more than just a biography. It performs its own airborne magic, lightly traversing topics like the crackdown on the use of children in vaudeville, the fluidity of roles before and behind the camera in early Hollywood and the doors that were briefly (ever so briefly) opened for female directors. Among other treats, Dana unpacks one of Keaton's early great "two-reelers" One Week ( a spoof of brisk upbeat industrial films) and his parodic "burlesques" e.g. of Lillian Gish. People, Films, Books and Ideas in the conversation include: Roscoe ("Fatty") Arbuckle: got Keaton his start in early films like Butcher Boy, reportedly filmed the day Keaton first stepped onto a set. He said "Buster lived inside the camera." "Cinema of Attractions." a phrase coined by film historian Tom Gunning to describe the way the early years of cinema (1895 to 1913, more or less) achieved success by way of gags, stunts, special effects and other dazzling technological innovations--rather than plot or character development,. John and Dana rave about Keaton's last great film (age 33!), The Cameraman (1928) and deprecate the later silents (with a silent caveat for the pancake scene Grand Slam Opera). Mabel Normand: Arbuckle's longtime collaborator and briefly a rising director--Charlie Chaplin kneecapped her at a crucial moment in her career. Dana singles out for special praise Fatty and Mabel Adrift (1916) starring Luke, the first canine movie star. Singing in the Rain as a MGM-friendly myth-making explanation for Clara Bow's eclipse (and the famous vocal failure moment: "I can't stand 'im") Steamboat Bill Jr. ( 1928, Buster Keaton feature) "Keaton's most mature movie" says Dana. Read the transcript here. Elizabeth Ferry is Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. Email: ferry@brandeis.edu. John Plotz is Barbara Mandel Professor of the Humanities at Brandeis University and co-founder of the Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative. Email: plotz@brandeis.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    Recall This Book
    86 Dana Stevens on Buster Keaton (JP EF)

    Recall This Book

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 42:46


    Dana Stevens joins Elizabeth and John to discuss Camera Man: Buster Keaton, the Dawn of Cinema and the Invention of the Twentieth Century. Her fantastic new book serves as occasion to revel in the work and working world of Buster Keaton, that "solemn, beautiful, perpetually airborne man." Although packed with fascinating tidbits from Keaton's life, Camera Man is much more than just a biography. It performs its own airborne magic, lightly traversing topics like the crackdown on the use of children in vaudeville, the fluidity of roles before and behind the camera in early Hollywood and the doors that were briefly (ever so briefly) opened for female directors. Among other treats, Dana unpacks one of Keaton's early great "two-reelers" One Week ( a spoof of brisk upbeat industrial films) and his parodic "burlesques" e.g. of Lillian Gish. People, Films, Books and Ideas in the conversation include: Roscoe ("Fatty") Arbuckle: got Keaton his start in early films like Butcher Boy, reportedly filmed the day Keaton first stepped onto a set. He said "Buster lived inside the camera." "Cinema of Attractions." a phrase coined by film historian Tom Gunning to describe the way the early years of cinema (1895 to 1913, more or less) achieved success by way of gags, stunts, special effects and other dazzling technological innovations--rather than plot or character development,. John and Dana rave about Keaton's last great film (age 33!), The Cameraman (1928) and deprecate the later silents (with a silent caveat for the pancake scene Grand Slam Opera). Mabel Normand: Arbuckle's longtime collaborator and briefly a rising director--Charlie Chaplin kneecapped her at a crucial moment in her career. Dana singles out for special praise Fatty and Mabel Adrift (1916) starring Luke, the first canine movie star. Singing in the Rain as a MGM-friendly myth-making explanation for Clara Bow's eclipse (and the famous vocal failure moment: "I can't stand 'im") Steamboat Bill Jr. ( 1928, Buster Keaton feature) "Keaton's most mature movie" says Dana. Read the transcript here. Elizabeth Ferry is Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. Email: ferry@brandeis.edu. John Plotz is Barbara Mandel Professor of the Humanities at Brandeis University and co-founder of the Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative. Email: plotz@brandeis.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    WV unCommOn PlaCE
    John Callas : When The Rain Stops

    WV unCommOn PlaCE

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 44:50


    John Callas is a veteran writer/director/producer in the entertainment business. His experience ranges from the worldwide release of feature films to numerous motion picture trailers, national and international commercials, live action title sequences, a documentary shot on location in Russia, as well as having been the Worldwide VP for The Walt Disney Company while working at a large post production facility. John's prowess can be seen on live action teasers for Ransom, Dennis The Menace, Body Of Evidence, The Golden Child, Spaceballs, The Glass Menagerie, Cocoon II, Poltergeist III, Betrayed, My Girl, Glenngarry Glenn Ross, As Well As Title Sequences For The Two Jakes and A Few Good Men and a promotional film for an amusement ride from Showscan. John also directed an award-winning short film The White Gorilla. While creating live action teasers for feature films, John had the opportunity to work with notable actors including Mel Gibson, Walter Matthau, Jack Nicholson, Madonna, Eddie Murphy and Mel Brooks. In addition to working on feature film teasers, his work can be seen in projects for HBO, The Disney Channel, Show Time, the Broadway Play Phantom Of The Opera and the 1993 redesigned TriStar Logo. John's extensive background also includes over 200 commercials for such clients as Kellogg's, Dodge, Sunkist, Sprite, Toyota, Fuji, Volkswagen, Honda, McDonalds, Mazda, Minolta, Jedi Merchandising, Kraft, Jordache, Sea World, Givenchy and Sonassage with celebrity George Burns and industrial projects for Corporations including Vidal Sassoon, Salomon North America, Nissan and The Kao Corporation Of Japan. John's television experience includes directing a 14-week series entitled Potentials, with guests Buckminster Fuller, Norman Cousins, Ray Bradbury, Gene Roddenberry, Timothy Leary and others. He also directed 80 segments for Bobby's World, which has been rated the #1 show on Fox 11 Television in its time slot; garnering John an Emmy nomination. A multi-faceted filmmaker, John's work can be seen in music videos for Glenn Frey Of The Eagles, Bill Wyman Of The Rolling Stones, Jefferson Starship, Sammy Hagar, Rick Springfield, Doobie Brothers, Styx and more. Some awards John has received include The New York Critics Choice Award for Lone Wolf, The Clio and Belding for his work on the Sunkist campaign, the prestigious Best of the West for his directorial work on a one-woman show, and an MTV award for best concept for Glen Frey's Smuggler's Blues. John's directorial sensitivity, creativity and humor combined with his thoroughness and ability to bring a project in on time and budget makes him a unique and valuable talent. John holds a Master Degree from Occidental College, and is a member of The Directors Guild Of America. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wvuncommonplace/message

    ASMR Sleep & Relax Meditation
    Crackling Fire Sounds for Better Concentration and Sleep

    ASMR Sleep & Relax Meditation

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 62:08


    Follow our ad-free Rain Playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1MMT1HDdPHNtxUWhcgjSEl?si=16f05b6327c74056--- Listen to our ad-free podcast "ASMR Sessions": Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/673bLsHJCXPV8bG2aXnqz1Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/asmr-sessions/id1570426570Google podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy81NGNmYzZkOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==--- Welcome to a new episode of ASMR Rain Recordings. In this episode, you will hear crackling fire sounds. What type of sound do you want to hear on our podcast next time? Leave a comment in the review ☔

    Weather Geeks
    Joint Polar Satellite System

    Weather Geeks

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 29:01


    Guest: Tim WalshIntroduction: Weather satellites in the Earth's orbit supply vital information to meteorologists across the globe. Did you know that over 90% of the data that is used in weather forecast models comes from satellites? Our next guest has spent plenty of time working on improving weather satellites and the information that they obtain and share. From the heart of hurricane season to the middle of the winter, satellites are an integral part of keeping people safe. Today on Weather Geeks we are joined by Tim Walsh, Deputy Director of the Joint Polar Satellite System Program at NOAA. Thanks for being with us Tim…See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Art Dealer Diaries Podcast
    Leroy Garcia: Owner/President of Blue Rain Gallery - Epi. 205, Host Dr. Mark Sublette

    Art Dealer Diaries Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 60:12


    I've known Leroy Garcia of Blue Rain Gallery for 30+ years and his trajectory and my trajectory are very similar. He opened his gallery in Taos and then moved to Santa Fe, having had another location in Scottsdale at one point as well. My gallery is in Tucson and was also in Santa Fe for a time. We share some of the same artists in our stable, as well as the way we do business. Leroy and I are both pro-artist, pro-Native American, and pro-Hispanic art.You see, Leroy is a mover and shaker in the field and I've always felt that he's one of the best marketers out there. He has a great sense of what needs to be explored as far as how you go about showing and selling art, as well as who you represent in your gallery and the ecosystem a varied array or artists can create. He also has his own podcast, the Blue Rain Gallery Podcast, which I listen to and is a very interesting, unique, artist-centric podcast.I think if you want to learn about the art world from the viewpoint of the established art dealer, this is a really great podcast to listen to. It's different than most of the other podcasts I've recorded because we talk about what it is to be a gallerist, the things that have to, do and the problems that you encounter, especially in the modern day and age of social media and the rising frequency of direct artist to client relationships.So I think you'll really enjoy this. I know I did. Leroy Garcia of Blue Rain Gallery.

    Paul's Security Weekly
    SWN #228 - Encryption, Microsoft, Lockbit 3.0, Twitter keys, Outlook News & Russ Beauchemin

    Paul's Security Weekly

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 28:19


    This week Dr. Doug talks: Tears in the Rain, Encryption, Microsoft, LockBit 3.0, Twitter keys, Outlook crashes, 911, and Russ Beauchemin on the Security Weekly News!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn228