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Dr. Julie Vogel, Vice President of Catholic Schools at Renaissance, joins Colleen McCoy-Cejka on the podcast this week to discuss the importance of academic data for Catholic schools and how to use it effectively. This episode is sponsored by Renaissance.
When it came to cutting people open during the medieval period and renaissance, the barber surgeon reigned supreme. The bandages were drunk, the c-sections were deadly, and da Vinci was slicing bodies open left and right.
In the last 10 or so years many entrepreneurs and businesses have been asking if there is a way to do well as an organization while genuinely doing good in the world? Our guest on this episode is Peter Samuelson. Peter is the Co-Founder and President of First Star and CEO of PhilmCo Media, llc. He is a serial pro-social entrepreneur. In 1982, he co-founded the Starlight Children's Foundation. By 1990, the positive psychological impact of Starlight seeded his next pro-social endeavor, Starbright World, which he co-founded with Steven Spielberg. 1999 saw the formation of First Star, 2005 EDAR, “Everyone Deserves a Roof”, and 2013 saw him launch ASPIRE, the Academy for Social Purpose in Responsible Entertainment.In the midst of all this, Peter has produced 26 films and raised four children. Educated at Cambridge and the Anderson School of Management at UCLA, Peter and his wife, Saryl, continue to fight every day for those less fortunate, chiefly among them are America's abused and neglected children. More about Peter Samuelson. Website https://www.samuelson.la Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/petergsamuelson. https://twitter.com/PeterGSamuelson https://www.linkedin.com/in/petersamuelson Starlight Children's Foundation—an international charity dedicated to granting wishes for seriously ill children www.starlight.org Starbright World www.starbrightworld.org First Star www.firststar.org, a separate national 501(c)(3) charity that works to improve the public health, safety, and family life of America's abused and neglected children EDAR “Everyone Deserves A Roof” www.EDAR.org and ASPIRE, the Academy for Social Purpose in Responsible Education, whose undergraduate courses have been successfully piloted at UCLA www.aspirelab.org Part 2) The New Medici and Multidisciplinary Solutions How to Find Real and Lasting Happiness Capitalism and Developing Mini-Philanthropists What Can You and I Do? A Renaissance Model of Protecting Innovation Greedy Billionaires or The New Medici? The Problem with Niche Multidisciplinary Solutions to Complex Problems . . . . Curious about how to tap into what drives meaning in your life and create meaningful transformation in the lives you touch? Take a look at DovBaron.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 6 - Q&A with Jordan and Jessica Rice In this final episode of Real Love Conversations, host Jessica Rice is joined by Jordan Rice, her husband, and Renaissance Church's lead pastor. Jordan and Jessica have a unique love story - both were married in their 20's to different people, and both lost their spouses in their 20's. In this episode, Jordan and Jessica share their stories of loss, of taking steps to date and hope again, and what it was like when they first met and later decided to get married. In the second half of this episode, they answer questions they received from listeners about dating, being married to a widowed person, and maintaining connection in a marriage as two people grow and change. Real Love Conversations is a special collection of interviews released in conjunction with Renaissance Church's Real Love sermon series. As we talk about how our relationships can thrive according to God's model and direction, we're also taking the opportunity to hear about diverse relationship experiences from some of the people who make up the Renaissance community. It's going to get real! Mentioned in this episode: Jordan & Jessica's Story on YouTube (played at their wedding) Ephesians 3:20-21: Now to him who is able to do above and beyond all that we ask or think according to the power that works in us—to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen. Prepare/Enrich Assessment (must be completed with a facilitator/therapist/counselor)
Dürer's whale-chasing and images of rhinos, dogs, saints and himself come into focus, as Rana Mitter talks to Philip Hoare, author of Albert and the Whale, curator Robert Wenley and historian Helen Cowie as exhibitions open at the National Gallery and the Barber Institute in Birmingham. And Philip Hoare explains the links between the Renaissance artist and the visions of Derek Jarman which are on show in Southampton in an exhibition he has curated. Philip Hoare's books include Leviathan, or The Whale, RisingTideFallingStar, Noel Coward a biography, and his latest Albert and the Whale: Albrecht Dürer and How Art Imagines Our World. He has curated Derek Jarman's Modern Nature at the John Hansard Gallery, Southampton. It runs until Feb 26 2022 and presents Jarman alongside works by John Minton, John Piper, Graham Sutherland, and Keith Vaughan; from the surrealists, Eileen Agar and John Banting, through to Albrecht Dürer. Robert Wenley is Head of Collections, Barber Institute of Fine Arts in Birmingham where Miss Clara and the Celebrity Beast in Art 1500 - 1860 runs until 27 Feb 2022 Helen Cowie is Professor of Early Modern History at the University of York . Her books include Exhibited Animals in Nineteenth Century Britain and Llama and catalogue descriptions for the Barber exhibition. Dürer's Journeys: Travels of a Renaissance Artist runs at the National Gallery until 27 Feb 2022. Producer: Robyn Read You can find a playlist of discussions exploring Art, Architecture, Photography and Museums on the Free Thinking website https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p026wnjl If you want more conversations about animals we have programmes about Dogs, Rabbits and Watership Down, Cows and farming, and one asking Should We Keep Pets?
Oh my… wait… didn’t we say last week was the last episode? I mean, it was The End — but, there are 5 Tuesdays in November this year!? What do we do? We do a Free-For-All, that’s what. If you’ve never been here when this happens, it is where we don’t set up a list or a show or a guest… we just hang out and talk, which, as this is the last official Something of the year, feels like it’s precisely what it should be. So please, settle in and hang out with the Somethings for an hour, as we talk about the world we’re living in, the things we’re digging into, and what the plans are for the future. Ok, here we go! Full Episode
The Renaissance Educator and Tikvah Dean Rabbi Mark Gottlieb is Dean of the Tikvah Institute at Yale University, as well as a longtime celebrated principal at the Maimonides School in Boston and MTA in New York, two of Modern Orthodoxy's flagship institutions. Rabbi Gottlieb discusses his own personal journey towards Jewish tradition, and his early career as a precocious educator and administrator, before moving to Tikvah nearly 11 years ago. The Tikvah Fund is a philanthropic foundation and think tank dedicated to assisting the Jewish people and the Jewish State's intellectual, religious, and political leaders. As a non-profit organization they invest in a variety of projects in Israel, the United States, and throughout the world, including educational programs, publications, and fellowships. In this episode of Jews You Should Know, Rabbi Gottlieb and Ari discuss Mark's background, Jewish education, the religious perspective on politics and economics, and more. Give a listen! Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 2:47 Mark's background story and religious awakening 15:13 Mark's intellectual influences growing up 27:42 Mark's educational career path since high school 39:12. How Mark left MTA and joined Tikvah 44:16 What is Tikvah? 49:40 Discussing Judaism, politics and economics 55:09 What's next for Mark's career at Tikvah? Connect with Mark Gottlieb: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-gottlieb-a458643/ Connect with Ari: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jewsyoushouldknow Twitter: https://twitter.com/JewsUShouldKnow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rabbi.K Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ari-koretzky-18b12217/
Jon Zimmerman, founder and CEO of ReadySpaces, says the United States is in the middle of a Renaissance of small businesses, as record numbers of Americans have stopped looking for jobs to instead start their own companies. Zimmerman's company aims to partner with entrepreneurs and small business owners by providing the ideal space environments they need to see it through. (11/2021)
Jon Zimmerman, founder and CEO of ReadySpaces, says the United States is in the middle of a Renaissance of small businesses, as record numbers of Americans have stopped looking for jobs to instead start their own companies. Zimmerman's company aims to partner with entrepreneurs and small business owners by providing the ideal space environments they need to see it through. (11/2021)
The Freeing Power of Forgiveness Real Love Series Aswan Morris Matthew 18:21-35 Unforgiveness erodes the intimacy of our relationships. Give to help financially support the ministry of Renaissance Church in the Harlem community: https://renaissancenyc.com/give Keep up with Renaissance by filling out a connection card: https://renaissancenyc.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/5/responses/new
Beyond Realism is a podcast which aims to not only interpret art but also to question it and it's contributors. In this week's episode we consider the Renaissance artist Raphael as a prime example of Joshua Reynold's statement that inaccurate “realistic” art can still be meaningful. We open this for discussion amongst our panel and come to a conclusion on whether Reynold's statements mean for the world of art, Raphael's acclaimed works, and the individuals who experience these works. Music Credit: Youtube - Audio Library Royalty Free Music.
Kimberly Klacik: Founder, Red Renaissance and ran for Congress in Baltimore Maryland. Kim has a unique perspective on messaging in "hard to win districts". Download our latest PDF Guide at: GUIDE: Talking to your high schoolers about politics!! (https://familyvisionmedia.org/guide) Thank you for listening!! We are live Monday through Friday from 9p to midnight eastern on SiriusXM the Patriot channel 125!!! Donate to support the show here: paypal.me/stacyontheright Or join our Patreon: patreon.com/stacyontheright Thanks and God Bless you!! -- Encouragement-- The LORD is my light and my salvation — whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life — of whom shall I be afraid? —Psalm 27:1 -- Stacy's Stash! -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! -- Get More Stacy -- Stacy's Blog (http://www.stacyontheright.com) Download previous episodes, and more with Stacy! Contact Stacy stacy [at] stacyontheright.com -- Connect with Stacy -- Subscribe to SiriusXM (https://www.siriusxm.com) Follow Stacy on Twitter (https://twitter.com/stacyontheright) Follow Stacy on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/stacyontheright971/) Follow Stacy on GETTR (https://gettr.com/user/stacyontheright) Follow Stacy on Parler (https://parler.com/user/Stacyontheright)
Episode #112 features John Vampatella, author of The Forgotten Game and award winning pitmaster, Vic Clevenger. John Vampatella is an outstanding author whose latest project is The Forgotten Game which details one of the greatest games in baseball history between the two most bitter rivals in the sport, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. In the 2004 American League Championship Series the two teams faced off and it looked as if the Yankees who had taken the first three games in the best of seven series were about to win and advance to yet another World Series appearance until Boston miraculously won game 4. Most fans remember Curt Schilling's sutured ankle in game 6, but game 5 was a do-or-die moment for the Red Sox, and they delivered in epic fashion. Yet, despite being the pivotal game in the series, it hasn't drawn the attention the others have. The Forgotten Game breaks down game 5 on a virtual pitch-by-pitch basis, from the battle between Pedro Martinez and Mike Mussina, to the clutch performances by Tim Wakefield and David Ortiz, while breaking down the strategies the managers employed, and stories of how various players made their way to their respective teams for that fateful night. The game lasted 14 pressure filled innings and John Vampatella has created a book which is just as exciting as the game itself.Vic Clevenger is a comedian, speaker, freelance writer, inventor, and award winning pitmaster. He truly is a barbecue Renaissance man and is often referred to as the Cookin' Comedian. Vic was kind enough to join us as he made his way back from the World Food Championships in Dallas, Texas. Almost immediately we could tell we were going to have a great conversation, but would not have enough time. He is definitely on the list of guests we will need to have back. His latest project is the Chimney Cartel which is a new type of cooker. That is in addition to his being a brand ambassador for B&B Charcoal. We hope you will enjoy hearing from a pitmaster who loves life as longs as barbecue is a part of it.We recommend you go to Fifth & Cherry, https://fifthandcherry.com for wonderful cutting boards and http://www.baseballbbq.com for grill tools and clothing for barbecue and baseball fans and the Pandemic Baseball Book Club, https://www.pbbclub.com to find many of the wonderful books we have featured as well as some additional swag.We truly appreciate our listeners and hope that all of you are staying safe.If you would like to contact the show, we would love to hear from you.Call the show: (516) 855-8214Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @baseballandbbqInstagram: baseballandbarbecueYouTube: baseball and bbqWebsite: https://baseballandbbq.weebly.comFacebook: baseball and bbq
En plein déclin, le berceau de l'automobile américaine pourrait retrouver un nouveau souffle. Dans « La Story », le podcast d'actualité des « Echos », Pierrick Fay et Véronique Le Billon retracent l'histoire industrielle de Détroit et les perspectives que pourrait représenter pour elle la construction des véhicules électriques et autonomes.La Story est un podcast des « Echos » présenté par Pierrick Fay. Cet épisode a été enregistré en novembre 2021. Rédaction en chef : Clémence Lemaistre. Invitée : Véronique Le Billon (correspondante des « Echos » à New York). Réalisation : Willy Ganne. Musique : Théo Boulenger. Identité graphique : Upian. Photo : USA Today Network/Sipa USA/SIPA. Sons : Hindustan Times, Creedence Clearwater Revival « Fortunate Son », Neil Young « Motor City », Detroit Autoshow, Fedde Le Grand « Put Your Hands Up For Detroit », Ford Motor Company, Washington Post, France 24, Trick Trick ft. Eminem « Welcome 2 Detroit », Eminem « Detroit Vs. Everybody ». Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
In this podcast: 1. Ernst Stolz, 2. Poeticall Musicke, 3. Dufay Collective, 4. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 5. Pellingmans' Saraband, 6. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 7. Ensemble Vermillian, 8. Trio Dafne, 9. Alex McCartney, 10. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 11. Timothy Vajda, 12. Pellingmans' Saraband, 13. Trio Dafne, 14. Dufay Collective, 15. Poeticall Musicke, 16. Gilles Zimmermann, 17. Mediva
Danny and Derek wish a Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate, and a good holiday weekend to anyone who doesn't. The boys begin the episode talking about the Russia-Ukraine conflict; the German coalition agreement between the SPD, FDP, and Greens; and Joe Biden's tapping into the US' Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). They then have a wide-ranging conversation with Patrick Wyman, host of the podcast "Tides of History," about history's first poster, Martin Luther, and Patrick's new book The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that Shook the World. Become a patron today! www.patreon.com/americanprestige
“I could probably rap like Mike Shinoda. I live in Big Lake, Minnesota.”In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by "The Renaissance" Ricky Noren (comedian, professional wrestler, musician, artist) to discuss 2000's mega-smash debut Hybrid Theory by Linkin Park. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
“I could probably rap like Mike Shinoda. I live in Big Lake, Minnesota.” In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by "The Renaissance" Ricky Noren (comedian, professional wrestler, musician, artist) to discuss 2000's mega-smash debut Hybrid Theory by Linkin Park. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
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For Matthew, cannabis and plant-based medicine isn't just a way to heal physical and mental illness. It's a way to correct the injustice of the first responder industry. Maybe the people who work all their lives to save others now have a chance to save themselves, too. Before he retired, Matthew Ericson was a firefighter for over fifteen years. He's a cannabis advocate who brought the fight for plant-based medicine to the union board he served on. He's been working to make cannabis more accessible to the people who need it. He's here today to talk about his own experience with Gary, and continue his work to spread awareness and acceptance of plant-based medicine in treating first responder trauma. On this episode of Good Dudes Grow, Gary jams with Matthew about the reality of the firefighting profession. He calls it a ‘mechanical job:' a job that you do automatically, that can lead to first responders suppressing their emotions and trauma in order to get the job done. For both Gary and Matthew, it's important that people start talking and validating the trauma that firefighters face every day--only then can plant-based medicine really take root in our society and offer lasting change. What You'll Learn: What side effects happen to firefighters after years on the job--from not sleeping, to changes in mood and attitude, to flashbacks. How Matthew got into the fight for alternative medicine in his industry, and why he continues fighting Why the trauma from firefighting is referred to as “the silent killer” And so much more! Favorite Quote: “The biggest win, for me, is that we can talk about it. This trauma is so hard to deal with--by the end of your career, you're fried. But now, we're finally opening up and so now we can finally start to heal. ” Matthew Ericson How to get involved: Gary Roberts is the founder and CEO of Pure Body Zen, a company based around creating and selling high-quality CBD products that work to heal mind and body alike. Gary considers hemp-based medicine a calling, and his organization, along with the world-class team that runs it, reflects his passion. You can learn more about Pure Body Zen on their site, on LinkedIn and on Instagram. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to visit the show on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating and review! We love hearing from you! -- We bring unbiased content from opposing views to give you nothing but the facts about Hemp CBD and Cannabis. Helping people understand the benefits of Hemp CBD and Cannabis, removing the fear of the unknown, and dispelling myths and presenting facts. Are you unsure about Hemp-Derived CBD and Cannabis but are interested in learning more about the benefits of this alternative solution to big pharma? We will step out into the unknown to have a clear understanding of what is and isn't possible with Hemp CBD and Cannabis through success stories about health, business and more.
Australia awaits as we dive into The Rescuers Down Under, Disney's first canon sequel and first attempt at an action-adventure film with their own anthropomorphic animal twist on the genre. Don't miss: The contrast between the concrete, grounded villain facing Cody and the oddly indirect antagonist facing our familiar mice heroes How the setting set up the animators for some real show-off sequences A discussion of the many ways this film walked so many, many after it could run Our final score for the film, which is a surprisingly large chunk lower than the original PLUS, we talk through all the thoughts our audience had when they watched the movie, including some of our friends from our podcast fantasy football league! Links for you: Our website has our ranking spreadsheet for all the movies we've rated so far Become a Ko-fi member for exclusive content and access to your hosts and our team Join our ‘Ohana to be among the first to know about new content we're developing Follow us on Twitter @definingdisney and let us know your thoughts on The Rescuers Down under Check out Kaitlyn's company Variant Ventures in the TTRPG space When our transcription is available, we'll link it here Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss a single episode, and if you enjoyed this one, please leave us a rating and review. Thanks for listening and we'll see ya real soon!
My guest today is harpist Tiffany Schaefer. Tiffany is a harp teacher and performer based in Ohio. During our chat we discussed the Ohio Scottish Arts School, or OSAS for short, and how, “music is bringing people together and [how] it is ageless that way.” Tiffany grew up in a musical family and started playing the harp in 2007. Her involvement in OSAS and The Scottish Harp Society of America (SHSA) brought her into the world of Scottish traditional music.The first harp album she found in her local library was by Sue Richards and she became inspired by Sue's playing. You could imagine Tiffany's surprise when Sue was one of her adjudicators at her first OSAS's harp competition! We talk about many of the amazing harpists who have inspired her, many of whom have been interviewed on this podcast folks like: Rachel Hair, Corrina Hewat, Kim Robertson and more...make sure to check out those episodes in our archives.On competition: Although it can be nerve wracking, “It's a great way to work toward something and get some feedback from people who know what they are talking about.”Tiffany is passionate about creating community, something that we here at HarpSong™️ and Moon Over the Trees are as well. Tiffany's hope for her free FB group, “Mastering Celtic Music”, is that it will, “grow into a hub for Celtic music and all different kinds of instrumentalists...not just harpists.” You can also check out her Patreon page for classes, and arrangements for the harp. On performing:Tiffany performs as a soloist and accompanies her own singing and storytelling. Right now she has two ensembles, one plays Renaissance and Baroque repertoire and the other is an Irish Traditional group called, Creggane. Check out her youtube page for more information. LINKSTiffanyharpandsong.comYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOUqbcWka4EgODStHBzWBUgMastering Celtic Music FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/347044529772564Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tiffanyharpandsongOhio Scottish Arts School (OSAS): https://ohioscottishartsschool.com/The Scottish Harp Society of America (SHSA): https://www.shsa.org/Sue Richards: https://www.suerichards.net/The first harp album she found in her local library was by Sue Richards and she became inspired by Sue's playing. You could imagine Tiffany's surprise when Sue was one of her adjudicators at her first OSAS's harp competition! We talk about many of the amazing harpists who have inspired her, many of whom have been interviewed on this podcast folks like: Rachel Hair, Corrina Hewat, Kim Robertson and more...make sure to check out those episodes in our archives.On Competition: Although it can be nerve wracking, “It's a great way to work toward something and get some feedback from people who know what they are talking about.”Celtic Music Community:Tiffany is passionate about creating community, something that we here at HarpSong™️ and Moon Over the Trees Music and Theatre Productions® are as well. Tiffany's hope for her free FB group, “Mastering Celtic Music”, is that it will, “grow into a hub for Celtic music and all different kinds of instrumentalists...not just harpists.” You can also check out her Patreon page for classes, and arrangements for the harp. On Performing:Tiffany performs as a soloist and accompanies her own singing and storytelling. Right now she has two ensembles, one plays Renaissance and Baroque repertoire and the other is an Irish Traditional group called, Creggane. Check out her youtube page for more information. LINKSTiffany's Website: Tiffanyharpandsong.comYoutube: Mastering Celtic Music FBPatreon: www.patreon.com/tiffanyharpandsongOhio Scottish Arts School (OSAS): ohioscottishartsschool.comThe Scottish Harp Society of America (SHSA):www.shsa.orgSue Richards: www.suerichards.net5 Pointe Cafe in Cleveland, Ohio (supporter of local musicians): www.5pointscafe.com
Episode 5 - Adrienne What does “real love” look like outside of a romantic relationship? In this episode, Adrienne shares honestly and gives us a window into one person's journey with singleness, relationships, and abstinence. There's so much here about the hard parts of life, about the big, overwhelming love of God, and about choosing to follow God even when we don't know the next step. Note: In this episode, we talk about mature/sensitive topics related to sex and sexuality. Real Love Conversations is a special collection of interviews released in conjunction with Renaissance Church's Real Love sermon series. As we talk about how our relationships can thrive according to God's model and direction, we're also taking the opportunity to hear about diverse relationship experiences from some of the people who make up the Renaissance community. It's going to get real! Mentioned in this episode: Sermon "The Myth of a Soulmate" - October 25, 2021
This week I sit down with David Kushner and discuss the murder of Brandon Smith. Brandon was killed while exiting the Texas Renaissance Festival on October 16, 2004. David was present at the festival that day, and gives us an inside look at the murder, trial, and the history behind the largest Renaissance festival in the world, held every year in Todd Mission, TX. You can check out David's 9-part story about this crime in his newsletter. Check it out here David Kushner is an award-winning journalist and author. He currently publishes a newsletter on Substack called Disruptor. His books include Masters of Doom: How Two Guys Created an Empire and Transformed Pop Culture, Jonny Magic and the Card Shark Kids: How a Gang of Geeks Beat the Odds, Stormed Las Vegas, Levittown: Two Families, One Tycoon, and the Fight for Civil Rights in America's Legendary Suburb, Jacked: The Outlaw Story of Grand Theft Auto, Alligator Candy: A Memoir, and The Players Ball: A Genius, a Con Man, and the Secret History of the Internet's Rise.A contributing editor of Rolling Stone and Outside, Kushner has written for publications including The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Wired, New York Times Magazine, New York, and GQ, and has been an essayist for National Public Radio Weekend Edition Sunday. His work is featured in several “best of” anthologies: The Best American Crime Reporting, The Columbia Journalism Review's Best Business Writing, The Best Music Writing, and The Best American Travel Writing. He is the winner of the New York Press Club award for Best Feature Reporting. His ebook The Bones of Marianna was selected by Amazon as a Best Digital Single of 2013. NPR named his memoir Alligator Candy among the best books of 2016. The Alligator Candy podcast won the Best True Crime and Best Podcast Experience awards at the 2021 Popcon Podcast Awards, and is a finalist for Best Personal Lives Podcast at the 2021 New York Radio Awards.Kushner also wrote the nonfiction graphic novels Rise of the Dungeon Master: Gary Gygax and the Creation of D&D and A for Anonymous: How a Mysterious Hacker Collective Transformed the World, illustrated by Koren Shadmi. He is the author of the ebook, The Bones of Marianna: A Reform School, a Terrible Secret, and a Hundred-Year Fight for Justice. Two collections of his magazine stories are available as audiobooks, The World's Most Dangerous Geek: And More True Hacking Stories and Prepare to Meet Thy Doom: And More True Gaming Stories. His memoir Alligator Candy has been adapted into a serial podcast produced by Transmitter Media, Emmy Rossum, and NBCUniversal.Many of his articles and books are being adapted for TV and film. Silk Road is based on his Rolling Stone story “Dead End on Silk Road.” Zola is based on his Rolling Stone article “Zola Tells All” and the tweets of A'Ziah “Zola” King; Kushner is an executive producer of the film. The upcoming Spike Lee Viagra movie musical is based on his Esquire article “All Rise.” A film based on his Vanity Fair article, “The Church of Living Dangerously” will star Christian Bale and be written by Charles Randolph. Writer/director Amma Asante is attached to a TV series based on his book, Levittown. Gamechangers, a BBC film, is inspired by his book Jacked. He has been featured in several documentaries including What Will Become of Us, a feature about Holocaust survivor and shopping mall magnate Frank Lowy.Kushner has taught as a Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University, and an adjunct professor of journalism at New York University. In the early 90s, he was a producer and writer for SonicNet, one of the first music destinations online. He serves on the board of directors of Good Grief, a childhood grief suppor
La renaissance éducative est-elle en marche ? En tout cas, c'est la formule utilisée par le ministère de l'éducation nationale dans un communiqué annonçant de nouveaux critères pour être enseignant. Chakib Benmoussa souhaite des enseignants mieux formés et plus qualifiés. Quelles sont ces nouvelles conditions ? Pourquoi ? Quels impacts ? Dans Le Scan, le podcast d'actualité de TelQuel, Landry Benoit reçoit Abderrahmane Lahlou, expert en éducation et fondateur du Centre International de Formation, Insertion et perfectionnement des Enseignants.
This week on Hubwonk, host Joe Selvaggi talks with virologist, Dr. Peter Kolchinsky, about the explosion of vaccine technologies and innovations brought into the spotlight by the massive investment to fight the pandemic, and dives deeply into the exciting promise of vaccines to combat an ever-widening range of disease. Guest: Peter Kolchinsky, Ph.D. is a biotechnology […]
♫ Baby – have you ever wondered? Wondered whatever became of me? I’m working on my podcast in NJ – ♫ and the rest of it really takes some effort to fit the rhyme scheme. … ♫ something something c-a-s-teeeeee…. ♫ (It’s not that hard – PCR) It’s Thanksgiving time, and there aren’t a lot of famous Thanksgiving shows, but one comes to mind. To that, we decided to take that show, watch its last episode and see if it sticks the test of time as well as the infamous Turkey Drop. So do the gang at WKRP end their run with a cheer or a whimper? Well, this is where you find out, on THE END: WKRP. And from us to you – from our family to yours – we hope you have a wonderful holiday! Ok, here we radio! Full Episode
Writer, preacher, reformer, martyr. Girolamo Savonarola was an inspiration to Martin Luther and an early martyr for the Protestant Reformation. He's also a controversial figure – more Old Testament prophet than humble friar. He tried to end the Renaissance, to create a city of God. We can learn a lot from his story today. Our guest Samantha Morris discusses her book Girolamo Savonarola: The Renaissance Preacher and the history of the “mad preacher of Florence”. Her new book is "The Pope's Greatest Adversary: Girolamo Savonarola". Think you could end a movement? Destroy some of the best art ever made? Nearly topple the Italian Renaissance? Of course not, but that's what one man tried to do at the end of the 1400s. He was a righteous man who fought against the evil of Pope Alexander VI. But he went too far—trying to make the world behave in a godly fashion instead of changing the hearts of Florence. In a time before the Bible was readily available in people's own languages, Girolamo Savonarola was put to death by the very superstition he tried to defeat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Our series with golf architect Tom Doak continues as he and Andy Johnson catch up in Washington D.C., where they attended the National Links Trust Symposium on Municipal Golf. In addition to discussing sustainability and course maintenance in the municipal golf world, they talk about the few golf course restorations left that would interest Tom, how his design style has evolved over the years, and the origins of the Renaissance Cup. Lastly, Apache Stronghold Golf Club, a course of Tom's that hasn't been mentioned much in the Yolk with Doak series, gets some overdue attention.
Today's guest is a multi-passionate Renaissance woman with an incredible knack for shining the spotlight on the people and projects she cares about. She runs a thought leadership consulting agency to help her clients leverage their online presence through engaging social media posts, getting invited to speak on TEDx stages, and being booked on podcasts. […] The post OTS 259: Creative Entrepreneurship – Marie Incontrera appeared first on Robbie Samuels.
Author, Dr. William H. Turner, author of The Harlan Renaissance, paints an African-American life in the Appalachian Region. Often overlooked we discuss how blacks were able to build thriving, sustainable communities in the midst of racism and discrimination.
Triangles is a simple meditation/visualization practice that can be fit into the busiest of schedules. Three people form a group and agree to link each day in thought. They visualize a triangle of light and goodwill being formed between each of the group members. The network as a whole, provides a real planetary service, anchoring the light, love, and goodwill of divinity into human consciousness. www.triangles.org Each Monday at 3:00 pm (New York), 8:00 pm (London), and 9:00 pm (Geneva) Triangles offers a webinar in cooperation with the global Triangles Meditation Group. The webinar aims to provide a platform for Triangles members and those who are new to Triangles to come together with others from around the world to give subjective support to the strengthening and expansion of the Triangles network. The webinar includes a short introductory talk about Triangles, a Triangles meditative visualization and a group sharing of ideas and impressions. To register for the webinar: https://www.lucistrust.org/triangles/webinar For transcripts of webinars follow the Triangles blog: https://www.lucistrust.org/blog_triangles
#Goals Real Love Series Jordan Rice Matthew 26:26-28 Covenantal love is a foreign concept to us today. Instead of seeking to be at the center, it is a sacrificial commitment to the good of the other. Give to help financially support the ministry of Renaissance Church in the Harlem community: https://renaissancenyc.com/give Keep up with Renaissance by filling out a connection card: https://renaissancenyc.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/5/responses/new
Pedar comes out of "TV School" in 1996 and joins The Majesty of the Seas as a stage staff and immediately moves into a video tech position. He goes to Celebrity on the Galaxy for a long contract and then on to the new R-ships with Renaissance. He tells us about meeting his wife onboard, a hard partying sound tech, the video walls, the Acapulco overnights, the joys of the crew bar, some bar in Stockholm, Istanbul restrooms, a stint with NCL, and finally leaving the ships. Check-out the immersive Van Gogh exhibit. Brad challenges everyone to tell a story about him.
“In essence the Renaissance was simply the green end of one of civilization's hardest winters.” -John Fowles. Let's write a book together! Let's document this chapter in history. Let's do some good. Listen to episode #853 (and subsequent Monday episodes) for more details. Today - Pandemic Stories assignment #14. Join the author conversation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/inkauthors/ Learn more about YDWH and catch up on old episodes: www.yourdailywritinghabit.com
Shakespeare's world was marked by social change, spiritual tumult and cosmic disorientation – Queen Elizabeth I was on the throne, Europeans were exploring the Americas, and a heliocentric model of our solar system was taking shape. Join us as we explore the religious landscape of Elizabethan-era England, and how the Bard grappled with emerging ideas about self, the supernatural, and humanity's place in the cosmos.
For every negative headline this week there seemed to be a positive. In this week's episode of The TreppWire Podcast, we dive into the green shoots and crabgrass focusing on trends in retail earnings, an update on the retail-heavy CMBX indices, and positive signs for the office market. We also review the increased demand in the single-family rental market. Episode Notes: • Economic news (0:20) • Mall revival and retail earnings (0:55) • Retail-heavy CMBX 6 and 7 update (10:33) • Green shoots in retail headlines (15:39) • CVS closures (18:38) • Office crabgrass (21:17) • Greenshoots (29:17) • Must-Know of the Week (31:46) • Single-family rental demand growth (33:15) • Shoutouts (35:04) Questions or comments? Contact us at email@example.com. Follow Trepp: Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
"As you rebuild whatever arts program you may be involved with, I encourage you to remember that we are not back to "normal" - we are moving forward to something greater. To fully embrace this "greater," we may need to release a little bit of what has been to make space for what will be. We may need to challenge our traditions and set aside our comforts. However, those who've challenged conventions and forged ahead with unique ideas have started new eras and ignited a renaissance in the past."In this short mini-sode, I take just a few minutes to chat about this quote from my article in the Chorus Connection Blog; 5 Tips for Rebuilding Your Youth Choir Post-Pandemic. I feel passionately that we need to leave behind how it used to be, and embrace something new and different going forward. When we, as a choral community, decide that "normal" is gone, but "greater" is possible, we will reach new heights as artists and community builders.How are you embracing the "greater" and igniting the Renaissance? I would love to hear from you, and compile an episode as a resource to those who are ready to leave behind what has been to make space for what will be. Let me know your thoughts on Instagram and Facebook (@choralconnectivitypodcast), through the contact form on the website (choralconnectivity.com) or through my email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I want to hear from you!
A modern day Renaissance woman enters the Law Offices of Quibble, Squabble and Bicker in the form of the multi-talented Canadian songstress Kreesha Turner who later briefly helps address the client, How Deep Is Your Bunker (or Apocalypse Wow!). The following exhibits get examined: your poop bars, Canadian Jennifer Lopez, 4 Loko, aboriginal friends, nation of immigrants, monolith of liberty, ketchup chips, great aunt Ninita, bikini pictures, I hate pants, tough love, speaking in tongues, Jimmy Cliff's beer, extra beige, a spicy meatball, American fondue, Fidel Castro, Angola, CAnon, broughtupsy, private island, cornhole apocalypse, Skippy the Cruel, The Purge, Cordyceps, space fungus, The Ramones, nothing matters, Steve Carell, vampires are real, a guy named Guillermo, a space dildo, disasteroid, bar stool guy, Nick Cannon, suitcase pimp and zombie dolphins. For other episodes, go to www.qsblaw.org. They are also internettable on: Instagram - @lawofficesofquibble; Twitter - @qsblaw; TikTok - @qsblaw; Uhive - https://www.uhive.com/web/shares/z/QTTCLFU; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quiblle.bicker.3; Tumblr - quibblesquabblebicker; Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/QuibbleSquabble or watch them on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/LawOfficesofQuibbleSquabbleBicker --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/qsb/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qsb/support
The 2004 sequel to Ghost in the Shell is a surreal blend of animation styles. It's verbose and philosophical and looks amazing. Also: Relationship ended with the left, animated violence, dolls and the divine, Donna Haraway, staying with the trouble, Psalm 139, the mixture of 2D and 3D animation, Renaissance art, experimental chemicals, JPEG Mafia, and not hyping projects. Get Kelby and JDO's new book Dead Boy here.
Chris and Rob share their thoughts on Cam Newton's return to prominence with the Carolina Panthers and discuss whether or not he can actually lead the team the playoffs this season, explain why the Football Gods have an issue with the Los Angeles Rams, and take a trip out to Shekel City for Rob's nightly bets. Plus, Super Bowl champion and former All-Pro wide receiver Torry Holt swings by to discuss Odell Beckham Jr's debut in Los Angeles, why division games are so tough to win in the NFL, what it would mean for him to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com