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Andy and Brendan recorded this prior to the Thanksgiving holiday in the USA, planning for primarily a Year in Review episode. But news and rumors intervened, so they discuss Jordan Spieth joining the PGA Tour board in Rory's seat, rampant “rumors” of Jon Rahm going to LIV, and the schedule release for that LIV tour. Then they get to the 2023 Year in Review, Part 2, with some wildly entertaining nuggets from the dawn of the Designated events, the dawn of the 2023 LIV season in Mexico, and Tiger's brief 2023 stay on Tour during Riviera.
In our latest podcast episode, we dive into the sun-soaked adventures of a family's beach hopping journey along the captivating French Riviera. From the scorching heat of Arizona to the azure waters of the Mediterranean, this episode is a vivid diary of their month-long escapade, blending the charms of quaint coastal towns with the allure of the Riviera's glitzy lifestyle. Discover the seamless transition from bustling Florence to the serene beaches of Nice, where every train ride unveils a new facet of the European travel experience - efficient, scenic, and a window to diverse cultures. Hear about their strategic choice of accommodation in Nice, serving as a gateway to the daily discoveries of nearby towns and their unique beaches, each narrating a different story. Get an insider's view of Cannes' luxurious beach clubs, Antibes' Provençal vibes, and the familial warmth of Villefranche-sur-Mer. Uncover hidden gems like a medieval tunnel and a villa's lush gardens, and learn how the simple pleasures - from gelato tastings to playful splashes in the sea - form the essence of a memorable family vacation. This episode isn't just about places; it's about experiences, connections, and the timeless appeal of the French Riviera. Tune in to immerse yourself in a tale of family, discovery, and the enchanting Mediterranean charm. More episodes about Provence and the Riviera #BeachHoppingRiviera, #FamilyTravelFrance, #FrenchRivieraAdventure, #MediterraneanEscapes, #CoastalWanderlust, #ExploreCannes, #AntibesCharm, #VillefrancheSurMer, #RivieraBeachLife, #TrainTravelEurope, #EuropeanSummer, #RivieraCulture, #SeasideStories, #TravelPodcast, #FamilyVacationGoals, #AzureWaters, #FrenchCoastExploration, #SunSoakedJourneys, #ProvençalVibes, #LuxuryBeachClubs
En octubre, un pueblo pesquero de la Riviera danesa recuerda uno de los mayores actos colectivos de resistencia de la Segunda Guerra Mundial: su papel en la huida y fuga de los judíos daneses.
Episode Description: As a reminder you can watch this show as well at: http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories As the F1 race draws close, thousands of people are descending on Las Vegas for the big day. Despite all of the headaches these past few months, the energy on the Strip is great and driving down the track is a unique experience. Too bad it will take up to 8 weeks for everything to go back to normal following the race. In other news the Housekeeping Olympics made its triumphant return to the Las Vegas Strip. We also discuss a flood at Fontainebleau, an update on the Hawaiian Marketplace replacement, how a temporary F1 bridge may become permanent, why you shouldn't book Paris' Versailles Tower yet and a new Cowboy Themed suite you can book on your next Vegas trip. About the Show Each week tens of thousands of people tune into our MtM Vegas news shows at http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories. We do two news shows weekly on YouTube with the audio being combined into this podcast. Never miss out on the latest happenings in and around Las Vegas! Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at email@example.com. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or by searching "MtM Vegas" or "Miles to Memories" in your favorite podcast app. Don't forget to check out our travel/miles/points podcast as well!
Tauch ein mit uns in provenzalische Märkte und Genüsse und begleite uns auf einem entspannten Bummel durch die Altstadt von Antibes! Der zauberhafte Ferienort zwischen Cannes und Nizza ist eine der ältesten Städte an der Côte d'Azur und wurde drei Jahrhunderte vor Christus von den Griechen als „Antipolis“ (die Stadt gegenüber) gegründet. Heute hat sie einen der größten Jachthäfen nicht nur an der Französischen Riviera, sondern in ganz Europa! Wir geben dir praktische Tipps, erzählen etwas über die Geschichte der Stadt und verraten dir, wo du Kunst und gute Küche finden kannst, wenn du eine Bouillabaisse mit der berühmten Rouille oder andere Meeresfrüchte magst
Episode #315 Veronika and Toni-Ann spent a weekend at Walt Disney World to cheer on many friends that ran in the Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon. Toni-Ann finally gets to Pizza Ponte find out what she thinks about the pizza. Find out The Good The Bad and The Ugly of Topolino's Terrace- Flavors of the Riviera. They both get to experience The Edison for the first time, and they stayed off property at TownPlace Suites at Flamingo crossings. What did they think about this new to them resort as they have never stayed there before, and find out if they would go back. They review all of this and more on the show this week.
Von einem burgenländischen Haubenrestaurant an die französische Riviera, auf Luxusyachten und darüber hinaus: Diese steile Karriere konnte ein Koch aus Österreich deshalb hinlegen, weil er bei einem der berüchtigtsten Oligarchen der Welt angeheuert hat: Roman Abramowitsch. Der Russe wurde etwa als Eigentümer des englischen Fußballclubs FC Chelsea bekannt, aber auch durch seine Nähe zu Wladimir Putin. Deshalb steht er seit Beginn des Ukrainekrieges unter strengen Sanktionen – doch ein neuer Leak stellt deren Wirkung infrage. Im Podcast spricht der Investigativ-Journalist Michael Nikbakhsh darüber, wie Abramowitsch trotz Sanktionen auf der ganzen Welt Geschäfte machen kann – und welche überraschende Rolle sein österreichischer Koch dabei spielt. **Hat Ihnen dieser Podcast gefallen?** Mit einem STANDARD-Abonnement können Sie unsere Arbeit unterstützen und mithelfen, Journalismus mit Haltung auch in Zukunft sicherzustellen. Alle Infos und Angebote gibt es hier: [abo.derstandard.at](https://abo.derstandard.at/?ref=Podcast&utm_source=derstandard&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=podcast&utm_content=podcast)
Ever dreamt of a classy dining experience amidst the world of Disney's magic? That's what took Kristin and I by surprise during a stunning, spur-of-the-moment rendezvous at Topolino's Terrace, one of the hotspots of Disney World. Marked by an unexpected dose of elegance, a refreshing lack of dress code, and an utterly delicious menu, this impromptu dinner turned out to be a delightfully unforgettable episode of our Disney adventure. From a thrilling ride on the Skyliner Gondola to being the last reservation of the night, this journey was filled with mesmerizing moments that are worth sharing. And when our parents joined us for drinks, the joy was multiplied. As we relive the fine dining experience at Topolino's Terrace, you'll hear how the ambiance enhanced our rendezvous and how every dish was a delight to our taste buds. Don't wait to embark with us on this delightful discovery of elegance and fun at Disney World. Make sure you hit that subscribe button so you know when there are new episodes.Do you want to share your experiences? Be sure to leave us a voice mail on our website and we'll play it on our show! Let's talk on our social media pages or send us an email! Join our Facebook Community group for exclusive work from Topper Helmers and Tom Thordarson. FacebookInstagramWebsiteAlso find Mykhailo on Kylo and Kristin's Magical Life YouTube channel. You can also find Bryan on Bryan and Tammy's Thotful Spot Podcast We appreciate you joining us this week and every week and would love to hear from you! Finally, please leave us a review and rate us on Apple Podcasts and Podchaser so that others can find us!It's time to press play – Let's talk about it!
We wrap the first part of Gravity's Rainbow (chapters 18-21), which sees Pointsman getting lucky, Slothrop shipped off to the Riviera, and Roger and Jessica checking out a cheeky Christmas panto. In this episode, we're joined by David Cowart, author of Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History and Thomas Pynchon: The Art of Allusion, to talk about the history of the postmodern novel, and how Gravity's Rainbow defines the form. Other topics include: Chaucer, Joyce, Christmas Parties, if the British put a moratorium on German art during WWII, meta-narratives, Jerry Garcia, Weimar Germany, Marxists, the cult of the rocket, poster pasting, probability, the mechanical model of the human mind, Newtonian reality vs. Heisenbergian reality, entropy. Read Proverbs For Paranoids, John's guide to Gravity's Rainbow. E-mail us your questions, queries, and crackpot theories: firstname.lastname@example.org And/or... Leave us a voicemail by calling (609) 353-6873.
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„Kein Bedarf an Pomp, wenn du den Geschmack hast“ – dieses Motto hat sich Küchenchef Jérôme Clavel in seinem Restaurant Le 44 Riviera auf die Fahne geschrieben. Hör unseren Live-Bericht von einem fantastischen 7-Gang-Menü, welches wir in dem ehemaligen Lyonnaiser Bistro genossen haben, das Clavel in einen einzigartigen gastronomischen Ort in Antibes verwandelt hat. In der Nähe des Meeres am 44 boulevard Albert 1er genießt du in einem nüchternen und harmonischen Ambiente. Das authentische und moderne Interieur sorgt für eine entspannte Atmosphäre. Ein junges und sehr freundliches Team empfängt dich dort, um dir eine Reise schönster kulinarischer Momente zu bereiten. Jérôme Clavel´s Kreationen zielen darauf ab, den Geschmack des frischen Produkts ohne Ablenkung, ohne unnötige Kunstfertigkeit zu entdecken - kein übertriebener Aufzug eben! Ins Le 44 kommst du hier: https://le44riviera.com ************************************************ Abonniere jetzt den Podcast bei Google und verpasse keine Folge mehr! Mehr findest du auch auf den Social-Media-Kanälen https://www.facebook.com/feinschmeckertouren/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa_CkAeidqAQ98nKFa0HZcg/featured?view_as=public https://www.instagram.com/feinschmeckertouren/ Feinschmeckertouren ************************************************
Murilo Cezar é ator, entusiasta do mercado imobiliário e corretor de imóveis. Formado em administração de empresas pela PUC em São Paulo, trabalhou em algumas multinacionais antes de se dedicar ao teatro. Na TV, atuou nas novelas As Aventuras de Poliana e Poliana Moça, no SBT. Na pandemia, após tirar o CRECI, passou a trabalhar como corretor de imóveis na Riviera de São Lourenço, uma praia do litoral central Paulista, situada na cidade de Bertioga. Nesse bate papo Murilo fala de sua trajetória no meio artístico e como surgiu o mercado imobiliário em sua vida. Além das similaridades entre os dois segmentos. Corretor de imóveis, a Plano&Plano tem um convite para você. Venha trabalhar em uma das Houses Plano&Plano: >> https://bit.ly/corretor23 _____ Missão Alto Padrão & Luxo - a principal imersão em imóveis de alto padrão de luxo do país. Inscrições abertas: >> https://www.missaoaltopadrao.com.br _____ Siga o @vempramesapodcast e @sergiolanger no instagram. _____ Acompanhe o Vem pra mesa no YouTube: >> https://www.youtube.com/sergiolanger
Pete Peterson, CTO @ Riviera Partners, joins our podcast to discuss strategies for gaining stakeholder buy-in in complex stakeholder environments. He shares his experience working as the CIO for the City of Oakland & how he navigated implementing change across 30+ departments & stakeholders. We cover how to find collaborators who share your vision, why quick wins are important for gaining stakeholder buy-in, balancing competing interests from stakeholders, introducing change to your tech team when there's resistance, and more. Pete also shares his favorite leadership practices & tips for eng leaders who are presenting to stakeholders.ABOUT PETE PETERSONAndrew (Pete) Peterson is the Chief Technology Officer of Riviera Partners, a leading executive search firm for engineering, product, and design leadership roles. With over 30 years of experience in cloud/SaaS platform and solution development, Peterson oversees Riviera's technology vision, direction, and development by leading the engineering, product, and data science teams. Prior to Riviera Partners, Pete served as the Chief Information Technology Officer for the City of Oakland and held various leadership roles in technology and operations at Up Communications, Xtiva Financial Systems, and CallidusCloud Software. Pete holds an M.B.A. from the University of San Francisco and a B.S. in Computer Science from Purdue University."You have 30, 40 different fiefdoms. Everyone's doing whatever they want to do to a degree. How do you convince these 30 different directors or whatever that we do have common objectives? We do have some things in common. There are places where we can collaborate. There are places where we can have sort of economies of scale if we pool all of our resources together and we can all benefit from these things.”- Pete Peterson We're hosting the first ELC Annual Watch Party on 11/8!We're livestreaming the most popular sessions from the ELC Annual 2023 conference + hosting virtual roundtable discussions to connect you with eng leaders around the globe AND in your city.Our first topic covers Generative AI & engineering leadership with Wade Chambers… no this isn't about the tech - it's about the leadership skills and competencies you need to evolve and adapt to lead in this next generation!We have different events for Europe, East Coast & West Coast! To RSVP, find your location HERE:EuropeWest Coast & MidWestEast CoastSHOW NOTES:Pete's experience as CIO for the City of Oakland (3:19)Lessons learned in this CIO role & how it differed from traditional tech roles (7:08)Navigating a complex stakeholder environment from a technology perspective (9:15)Finding collaborators with a shared sense of vision (10:54)Why a quick win & great results can make later conversations easier (13:10)How past work w/ stakeholders impacted Pete's current initiatives @ Riviera (15:13)Tips for balancing different / competing interests from stakeholders (21:27)Tapping into stakeholders' motivations to create a unified front (25:17)How to bring your team along when there's resistance to change (29:09)Breaking down Pete's two main leadership practices (34:49)Pete's favorite tips for eng leaders presenting to various stakeholders (38:13)Rapid fire questions (40:50)LINKS AND RESOURCESThe Wisdom Of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return -Mihir Desai's lucid exploration of the ideas of finance as seen through the unusual prism of the humanities. Through this novel, creative approach, Desai shows that outsiders can access the underlying ideas easily and insiders can reacquaint themselves with the core humanity of their profession.This episode wouldn't have been possible without the help of our incredible production team:Patrick Gallagher - Producer & Co-HostJerry Li - Co-HostNoah Olberding - Associate Producer, Audio & Video Editor https://www.linkedin.com/in/noah-olberding/Dan Overheim - Audio Engineer, Dan's also an avid 3D printer - https://www.bnd3d.com/Ellie Coggins Angus - Copywriter, Check out her other work at https://elliecoggins.com/about/
The Athenian coastline - known as the Athens Riviera - is quickly emerging as a real estate hotspot, attracting both high end Greek and foreign investors, digital nomads, and tourists. A recent special report in Kathimerini has even called it the “El Dorado” of real estate as the area - despite having some of the most expensive real estate prices in Greece - remains an investment opportunity, especially when compared to other similar cities and coastlines across Europe. Nikos Roussanoglou, a journalist with over two decades of experience at Kathimerini covering the economy, with a focus that includes Greece's business environment, technology, and housing market, joins Thanos Davelis to look at this real estate boom in the Athens Riviera and break down what it means for the market, for the city, and for Greeks.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Αθηναϊκή Ριβιέρα: Το «Ελ Ντοράντο» του real estateCyprus playing pivotal role in evacuation plansUS targets China, Turkey and UAE in latest Russia sanctions
Leonardo DiCaprio, Bono, Beyonce and Lewis Hamilton can't all be wrong. Something special is happening in the south of France.Join us in Episode 111 of "Boroughs & Burbs" for an in-depth exploration of the Cote d'Azur or French Riviera. Our experts, Philip Weiser, CEO of Carlton International, Yves Derrien, Chairman of RFP, and Oyvind Olstad of Real Estate Partners AS will break down the essentials.We'll start with an overview of Nice, Cannes, and Saint-Tropez, highlighting their unique characteristics and harbors.Next, take a virtual tour of a classic 50 acre, $28 million estate in Mougins, France with Philip and Oyvind. Explore the architecture and stunning water views, showcasing the epitome of Riviera living.Yves Derrian will discuss financing strategies specific to France, including luxury property's role as a currency hedge, cash-free transactions, and potential profitability.Learn about property ownership, why the Russians are selling, the French are buying, and American's are waiting until the next election. This is a golden opportunity in the real estate cycle for investors who can buy property in France for potentially no-money-down financed with interest rates around 5%.Get ready to navigate the French Riviera with expert insights. Tune in to Episode #111 and gain valuable knowledge about this captivating region. Don't miss it!
That Disney Hustle – Disney's Riviera Resort On our most recent trip we stayed super close to Disney's Riviera Resort. This resort is a charming resort with lots of European elegance. We took in the sights and smells and the flavors of the Riviera. We'll share our reviews of the resort and some of the dining options, Le Petit Café and Primo Piatto. Visit us on the web www.thatvacationco.com. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Follow our That Disney Hustle Instagram account. If you need help booking contact us for a free no obligation quote. We are That Vacation Co., serving you the most delightful destinations. Hosted by Caleb and Chanel Berg. Produced by Caleb Berg --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thatvacationco/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thatvacationco/support
The guys are in at the top with Hale McGranahan of The Big Spur. JC and Phil have decided to participate in the Halloween fun, and JC comes in hard for the costume design win. Dabo's comments on his call in show last night kick off the discussion before Hale offers his thoughts on the game last Saturday, and gives us a recruiting update. Mike Morgan joins The Show for Power Hour and they talk a little more Dabo ahead of a surprise visit from special guest Patrick Davis prior to his show on Friday at the Riviera in Charleston. JB, Phil, and Mike chat a bit about the upcoming playoff rankings released this evening, and look forward to the expansion to 12 teams next year. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
00:34 A szauna, mint finnugor kultúrimperializmus. A lovasíjászokat meg elnyomják :-( 02:48 Mikor fogadja Orbán nyilvános rendezvényen a Nobel-díjasokat? Krausz Ferenc és a szegedi lézer. 05:32 Loan-to-value a faszom! Amikor Simicska a szimpibb. A 4ig őstörténete. A G7 cikke az új trükkről. A régi jó Infocenter 11:40 Hagyjuk már ezt a varsói gyorsot. Kaczynski képességei. Via Carpatia. A Telex videója az ősbűnről, a söjtöri lakomáról. 16:02 A PiS-ből hiányzó győzelmi kényszer. Adam Michnik a különbségekről. Az autokráciákban a végén mindig a tolvajoké a hatalom. A lengyel Lezsák. Szülne-e Kaczynski? 21:01 Miért nincs magyar Tusk? Juhász Péter helyreigazításai. Tuskkal nem fordul a trend. A lengyel sikertörténet útja a regionális középhatalomig. Orbán Boszniában és Pekingben. 28:43 Glampingrobbanás a Kárpát-medencében. Égési sérülések Szörényvártól északra. Románia előz vagy nem előz? 33:25 Speakeasy-glampingek Kelet-Európában. Számítsák bele a kóbor kutyákat a demokráciaindexbe! Glamp-golflabda otthonra. 38:10 A románok élvezték? Riviera a Vaskapunál, lepraglamp a Duna-deltában, Don Roberto az Operaházban. Erdélyi glampet tud valaki? 42:55 Bede Márton cikke Javier Mileiről. A Foreign Affairs cikke Latin-Amerika eljelentéktelenedéséről. Abdalá Bucaram hitlerbajsza. Grenadában 1983-ban szálltak partra az amerikaiak. 47:46 A stabilitást mindig díjazza a piac. A kívülről jött ember legendája. Mennyire kell hülyének lenni Kalifornia tönkretételéhez? Elnézést a kampalaiaktól! 53:02 Jakab Péter Milei vagy Torgyán? Majd amikor az antifideszesekből is kiábándult az ország. Milei masztiffjai és a doktriner anarcholibertarianizmus Argentnában még elfogadható határai. A Falkland-szigeteken egyébként több mint 3000-en laknak. Exploited: Lets' Start a War. Egy autoriter populista soha nem kér bocsánatot. 58:50 Uj Pétert zsidónak és egyebeknek nézik. Conan, a liverpooli barlanglakó sludgedoom-bitlisz. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're fresh off a quick trip to Walt Disney World where we got to experience some of our favorite attractions and even some new restaurants. Relax and take a listen as we review our time at Disney's Hollywood Studios, Dinner at Topolino's tErrace - Flavors of the Riviera, Breakfast at Steakhouse 71, and Magic Kingdom.Visit the Website for The Shop & The Blog: OffTheMonorails.com[Follow Us]Instagram https://bit.ly/3JSLMMrYouTube https://bit.ly/3q3mF1NTwitter https://bit.ly/3G7gOxQTikTok https://bit.ly/3n4WJRp[Support]Patreon - Become a Member today! - https://bit.ly/3owsiXZ[Affiliates]1901 Candle Company - Use code OFFTHERAILS15 at checkout to save 15% on your purchase: https://bit.ly/1901CandleCoExpedition Roasters - Use code OFFTHEMONORAILS at checkout to save 10% on your purchase : https://bit.ly/3GDpeiUHuckleWolf - Use code OFFTHEMONORAILS at checkout to save 10% on your purchase of theme park inspired soaps and more: https://bit.ly/44TYiVaDVC Rental Store - Save up to 65% on Disney Deluxe Resort stays: https://bit.ly/3IgpZztDVC Resale Market - Buy & Sell Disney Vacation Club contracts and save: https://bit.ly/3HSL3L9Unlocked Magic - Join the ultimate Disney community and get exclusive access to trip planning tools and discounts - https://bit.ly/UnlockedMagic*When using any of our affiliate links, we may receive compensation from the companies or brands for promoting their products. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week on the Roach Koach Podcast it's back to Frank! Lorin and Matt welcome back Tucker Stone as they discuss the soundtrack to 2008's PUNISHER WAR ZONE. Topics this episode include:-Frank being about that life-Bringing a kid to see a Punisher movie-Punisher movie differences-Bad accents-Songmeanings dot com-Becoming a Slipknot guy-Fake Amy Lee-“I know this band from t-shirts”-Matt transports to City Club-the Bloghouse era-And Canon Talk, where Lorin, Matt, and Tucker decide if this Punisher soundtrack is worthy of the Nu-Metal Canon. Take a listen!Rate and review Roach Koach on iTunes! We'd appreciate it! Questions about the show? Have album recommendations? Just want to say hi? We'd love to hear from you! Contact the show @RoachKoach on Twitter, Roach Koach on Facebook , Roach Koach on Instagram, or send an email to RoachKoachPodcast at Gmail. Support the show over on our Patreon. Listen to Tucker on Travis Bickle on the Riviera and Comic Books are Burning In Hell!
Recibimos a Nicholaus Arson, guitarra y compositor de The Hives, poco antes de su concierto en la Riviera de Madrid. Mientras picoteamos en su último y estupendo álbum, “The death of Randy Fitzsimmons”, charlamos sobre sus procesos de grabación y composición, el sonido de la banda, o sus orígenes en la pequeña localidad sueca de Fagersta. Playlist; THE HIVES “Bogus operandi” (The death of Randy Fitzsimmons, 2023) THE HIVES “Trapdoor solution” (The death of Randy Fitzsimmons, 2023) THE HIVES “Countdown to shutdown” (The death of Randy Fitzsimmons, 2023) THE HIVES “Rigor mortis radio” (The death of Randy Fitzsimmons, 2023) THE HIVES “Stick up” (The death of Randy Fitzsimmons, 2023) THE HIVES “Smoke and mirrors” (The death of Randy Fitzsimmons, 2023) THE HIVES “Crash into the weekend” (The death of Randy Fitzsimmons, 2023) THE HIVES “Step out of the way” (The death of Randy Fitzsimmons, 2023) MARTIN SAVAGE and THE JIGGERZ “Nothin’ for me” (single, 2023) THE MAHARAJAS “Johnny the Walker” (Rock’n’Roll graduates, 2023) THE BO DOGS “She’s got to go” (Bad bad dog, 2014) THE DRAGTONES “Insane” THE VANJAS “My girls” (My girls, 2018) PSYCHOTIC YOUTH “S.O.S.” (Abba EP, 2021) Escuchar audio
Hơn 130.000 người di cư đã vào Ý trong năm nay - gần gấp đôi cùng kỳ năm ngoái. Nhiều người sẽ đến Riviera dei Fiori, hy vọng đây sẽ là điểm dừng chân cuối cùng của họ trước khi đến Pháp: một đất nước không hề muốn thấy họ.
w/ Big Mike Colonia /https://linktr.ee/bigmikecolonia) / recorded live Rodenkirchen Beach. Besuche Big Mike an der kölschen Riviera und wir reden über Punk 2023 & Schmerzen wegtanzen, PsyOp Nazipsychose & utopisches Denken, Pyramiden Storyline und es ist Halloween Season. Finde Aethervox Ehrenfeld überall: https://linktr.ee/AethervoxEhrenfeld
Michael's film work as DP includes: Let Me Go, Carmilla, and A Christmas Carol, along with the documentaries: McCullin, Pavarotti, and The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years. Michael's 2nd unit DP work includes: Rush, In the Heart Of The Sea, Ali And Nino, My Cousin Rachel, and Radioactive. Michael's television work includes: Riviera, Strike Back, We Hunt Together, Citadel, and One Piece.
00:00 - 39:57 - Bonjour Tristesse 39:58 - 1:05:00 - Malcolm in the Middle Otto Preminger's 1958 drama is a perfect fusion of early European modernist dramas and Hollywood bombast. Before we talk about the film that inspired Godard to cast Jean Seberg in Breathless, we get into the auteur behind it. Preminger's theatrical roots, range of genre and tone, stylistic approach and place in the canon are discussed, before we talk about the Riviera-set drama. Then, on MiTM, Malcolm rants about The Nun 2, JT rants about Sam Raimi, and Eddie is not so hot on Ghost World. We'll be a lot more positive next time. subscribe to the patreon and get an extra episode every week. patreon.com/Extended_Clip
El House Music es el latido de nuestros corazones, es la banda sonora de nuestras emociones es lo que nos inspira a movernos. Dj Flash Y Carlo Riviera nos presentan en este episodio un set B2B muy especial. Bienvenidos a nuestro universo sonoro.
The Goods is Vocalo's weekly arts and culture newsletter, delivering a roundup of music, arts, culture and community events to your inbox every Thursday. Writer of the newsletter Morgan Ciocca stopped by the studio to talk with afternoons host Nudia Hernandez about a few things featured in the September 14 newsletter, like Corinne Bailey Rae's new album, 'Black Rainbows,' which was informed and inspired by the archives within Chicago's Stony Island Arts Bank. They also discussed the 26th Street Mexican Independence Day Parade, held on the actual date for the first time this year, plus the Edgewater Arts Fair, Little Simz at the Riviera and more. Subscribe now to receive next week's edition at Vocalo.org. This segment originally aired on 91.1 FM during Nudia In The Afternoons on Thursday, September 14. It was edited and produced by Nudia Hernandez. Keep up with Vocalo by following us @Vocalo on all platforms.
Stéphane Bern raconte un peintre aux nombreux chefs d'œuvres et au style parfaitement reconnaissable, qui a chamboulé les codes de la peinture avant d'élire domicile sur la Riviera. Ou la véritable histoire de Henri Matisse à Nice. Pourquoi a-t-il choisi de s'installer à Nice ? Peut-on poser un chevalet sur des galets ? Comment cette ville du sud a pu inspirer son art, notamment à la fin de sa vie ?Pour en parler, Stéphane Bern reçoit l'historienne de l'art Claudine Grammont, commissaire de l'exposition “Matisse années 1930. À travers Cahiers d'Art” au musée Matisse à Nice et directrice de l'ouvrage 'Tout Matisse' (Robert Laffont/Bouquins)
Alla vigilia del Gran Premio Red Bull di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini, il podcast più poliedrico della scena del motorsport internazionale esce dalla sua comfort zone per invadere il paddock della MotoGP e incontrare due giovani e brillanti piloti nostrani: Tony Arbolino, già noto alle cronache per le sue vittorie e i suoi podi in Moto3 e Moto2, campionato in cui attualmente è secondo in classifica, e il giovanissimo Filippo Farioli, classe 2005, quest'anno al suo esordio in Moto3. Una chiacchierata, come sempre, informale e a ruota libera, per parlare di tutto un po', dall'attualità al rapporto con la paura, dalla routine degli allenamenti ai sacrifici di una vita tutta dedicata alle due ruote, senza dimenticarsi delle ragazze.
This week on the Roach Koach Podcast it's all about The Punisher! We've been talking about Frank Castle all year, so it made sense to finally sit down with the extremely long soundtrack to 2004's The Punisher, aptly titled, The Punisher The Album. Lorin and Matt welcome noted Punisher expert Tucker Stone of the great podcasts Comic Books are Burning In Hell and Travis Bickle on the Riviera to talk all things Punisher, yarls, and more. Topics this week include:-Who is the Punisher and why is he the way he is?-Writing comics on cocaine-Fights vs Hot Tub Parties-Listening to Nickelback with your son-Being a Stabbing Westward fan-Getting horny for Chevelle-A salute to Songmeanings dot com-Wind Up Records sampler-And Canon Talk, where Lorin, Matt, and Tucker decide if any of these many many bands deserve a spot in the Nu-Metal Canon. Take a listen!Rate and review Roach Koach on iTunes! We'd appreciate it! Questions about the show? Have album recommendations? Just want to say hi? We'd love to hear from you! Contact the show @RoachKoach on Twitter, Roach Koach on Facebook , Roach Koach on Instagram, or send an email to RoachKoachPodcast at Gmail. Support the show over on our Patreon. Listen to Tucker on Travis Bickle on the Riviera and Comic Books are Burning In Hell!
Jack Nicklaus' Greatest 18 Holes of Major Championship Golf is a 3D golf simulation featuring an 18 Hole course created by Jack Nicklaus himself. Each of the 18 holes are from famous courses around the world and include number 8 at Pebble Beach, number 18 from Muirfield, number 12 from St. Andrews, number 12 from Augusta, number 10 at Riviera, and more. Gameplay is for one to four players and can be either stroke play or a skins game. Support NEStalgia directly by becoming a member of our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/Nestalgia Members at the $5 and above level get access to our brand new show NEStalgia Bytes. A look at the famicom games you can play without any Japanese knowledge! For More NEStalgia, visit www.NEStalgiacast.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nestalgia/support
Aloha!!! The Goonies are together! The Viking, The Bourbon Cowboy and Wreck it Rusty are together again on the podcast! We sit down and fire up the new double perfecto from cohiba! The Riviera! What a lovely surprise. We enjoy a few libations including the lovely Blood Oath Pact 9! Great talk, fun times and man a whole lot of laughs! Love and aloha being sent to the families and friends in Lahaina, Maui. Our patreon is $3 per month www.patreon.com/craftandpuro that is where you find all of the extra content, reviews, videos and more! Cheers and Mahalo!
As we continue our visit to the Riviera in the Belle Epoque, The Gilded Gentleman revisits the little-known story of an American-born European princess. Many people think that Grace Kelly became the first American princess of Monaco when she married Prince Rainier in 1956. The truth however is that decades before in the glittering years of the Belle Epoque, another American-born woman married a Monegasque prince and claimed that honor. Alice Heine was born in New Orleans to a French father and a mother with European as well as Southern roots. Moving to Europe with her family when she was a child, she married a French duke at a young age. His untimely death left her a widow, but she caught the eye of Prince Albert I of Monaco who despite his family's objections married her in 1889 making her his princess. The story of Alice's life as Princess of Monaco is a fascinating one which includes many famous names of the era such as the Prince of Wales the future King Edward VII. Among other efforts to modernize the principality, Alice devoted much of her time to raising the cultural prestige of Monaco and Monte Carlo. Her marriage faltered due to infidelity on both sides and following a dramatic incident discussed in the show, Alice abruptly left Monaco in 1901 never to return.
Get your beer (or scotch or coffee) and popcorn or peanuts and join us as we discuss A Friend in Deed. We chat about Rosemary Murphy's career, the Riviera Club, Future Shock, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and more. Other books & magazines & movies we discussed: -A Delicate Balance -Cat on a Hot Tin Room -Looking for Mr. Goodbar -Man of La Mancha We have EXCLUSIVE content available on Patreon! Get video recordings of the podcast & monthly updates & behind the scenes. Head to https://patreon.com/trenchcoatcigar to join today! If you'd like to add to our conversation, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Instagram at @trenchcoatcigar to see photos from today's episode. Get podcast merch on RedBubble: https://www.redbubble.com/people/trenchcoatcigar/shop?asc=u
There are RED HOT SAVINGS going on at The World of DVC! This not to be missed episodes highlights all of the incredible promotions happening with The World of DVC from 10% below market value on DVC Resale Market purchases, to up to 75% off Disney's direct prices at DVC Rental Store the team has you covered! The team share some recent Disney adventures from trying Space 200 at Epcot for the first time, to a character breakfast at Riviera to experiencing the new Moana walk through at Epcot in a special sneak preview we jump into some exciting updates from Around the World of DVC! DVC Resale Market Red Hot Deals https://www.dvcresalemarket.com/promos/red-hot-deal/?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow With no ROFR and great prices there's no better time to buy DVC w the DVC Resale Market especially with the Red Hot Deal promotions happening now through August 31st! You may be wondering ...What is a “Red Hot Deal?” Disney Vacation Club contracts under this promotion feature lower prices than our typical listings, so you can save even more than you would purchasing from Disney! Prices will be set up to 10% below market value, so these contracts are haggle free. That means you can start the resale process quickly, getting you one step closer to booking your next dream vacation. It's essentially eBay's “Buy It Now” button, but for Disney Vacation Club points! DVC Rental Store Promotions! Kerri covers the latest & greatest happening at DVC Rental Store. Limited Time Offer: $19 Per Point DVC Rentals! We just SLASHED our 0-7 pricing to just $19 per point! This is up to 75% off of Disney rack rate pricing! For a limited time, Guests can save even more when booking a Deluxe Disney Vacation Club Villa! Book a discounted DVC stay within the 0-7 Month booking window at the low cost of $19 Per Point! great news the promotion for $19 per point has been continued allowing guest to rent points and save up to 75% off direct Disney prices! They also announce the new Member payout of up to $19 per point for specific Home Resorts! Ellie shares the Swap of the Month and this Month it is all about Universal Studios! Universal Studios Swaps & More can be found here: https://dvcrentalstore.com/members/universal-orlando-swap/?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow Speaking of Universal Studios...did you know that through Unlocked Magic you can now get the BEST DEAL on theme park tickets? Yes thats right Unlocked Magic now has discounted Walt Disney World & Universal Studios Tickets! Join today to take advantage! https://community.unlockedmagic.com/checkout/um-subscribe?via=world Marissa covers great things happening over at Monera Financial! With the Low Up Front Cost contracts as well as the latest Cash Out Refinance opportunity for DVC members! The Team invites everyone to share their DVC Questions for next month's episode with a special panel of DVC experts to answer them all (AND you could win a $100 gift card so it's a win/win!) We know you'll enjoy this August's episode & be sure to catch up on all previous episodes via the link below and THANK YOU ALL for the continued support and - as always - "We'll See Ya Real Soon!" Join the Ultimate Disney Community through Unlocked Magic! https://community.unlockedmagic.com/checkout/um-subscribe?via=world DVC Resale Market is the largest broker of DVC resale contracts in the world! https://www.dvcresalemarket.com/?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow Monera Financial the superior lender in DVC financing! https://monerafinancial.com/?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow DVC Rental Store the best place to rent out your points or try before your buy! https://dvcrentalstore.com/?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow Travel to Disney and around the world with the Ultimate Concierge Experience through Be Our Guest Vacations! https://beourguestvacations.com/?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow Reach out to the World of DVC Team Info@worldofdvc.com Ellie@dvcrentalstore.com (for all of your swap needs!) Paul@unlockedmagic.com (for any questions on this amazing community) Kerri@worldofdvc.com Marissa@worldofdvc.com Derek@dvcresalemarket.com
A glittering, glamorous look at the history of the French Riviera and its height in the years of the Belle Epoque - where not everything was always quite as it seemed. Originally popular as a warm weather destination for convalescing British aristocrats, the rocky, dramatically beautiful eastern coastline of southern France, the Riviera and its resorts of Cannes, Nice and Monte Carlo, have been populated with the rich and the royal. It was also a good place if one just wanted to hide out. In many ways, it was a place where anyone could be anyone they wanted to be - as long as they looked the part. Queen Victoria discovered Nice and its neighboring region beginning in 1882 and made it her winter home for many years. Wealthy aristocratic families such as the great Rothschild banking family found it too and in this episode we spend time with two unique Rothschild ladies. For many movie fans, the Riviera will always remain as it appeared in Hitchcock's 1955 film To Catch a Thief and indeed this episode includes the story of one particular real-life jewel thief with a surprising identity who preyed upon the wealthy in the Belle Epoque.Visit the website for more information
Why are crime writers so bowled over by the game? Thank you to my guests, Dr. Andrew Green and cricket statistician Andy Zaltzman. You can find more cricket-related content and news from Andy by listening to Test Match Special on BBC Radio 5, or via his podcast, The Bugle Ashes Urncast. Be aware: there are spoilers in this episode for the plot of Murder Must Advertise and non-spoiler details given about the other books listed below. Mentioned in this episode: — "The Adventure of the Priory School" by Arthur Conan Doyle, featured in The Return of Sherlock Holmes — "The Adventure of the Three Students" Arthur Conan Doyle, featured in The Return of Sherlock Holmes — Sherlock Holmes and the Birth of the Ashes by Arunabha Sengupta — Sherlock Holmes at the 1902 Test by Stanley Shaw — Busman's Honeymoon by Dorothy L Sayers — Murder Must Advertise by Dorothy L Sayers — The Clues of the Caribbees by TS Stribling — Blotto, Twinks and the Rodents of the Riviera by Simon Brett — Murder at School by James Hilton — "The Guilty Vicarage" by WH Auden — Alibi Innings by Barbara Worsley-Gough — Murder Isn't Cricket by E and MA Radford — The Amazing Test Match Crime by Adrian Arlington — The Test Match Murder by Alfred Tack — Death Before Wicket by Nancy Spain — Death Before Wicket by Kerry Greenwood — W.G. Grace's Last Case by Willie Rushton — Test Kill by Ted Baxter Related Shedunnit episodes: — Murder on Holiday — Death Under Par — The Advertising Adventures of Dorothy L. Sayers NB: Links to Blackwell's are affiliate links, meaning that the podcast receives a small commission when you purchase a book there (the price remains the same for you). Blackwell's is a UK bookselling chain that ships internationally at no extra charge. To be the first to know about future developments with the podcast, sign up for the newsletter at shedunnitshow.com/newsletter. The podcast is on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram as @ShedunnitShow, and you can find it in all major podcast apps. Make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss the next episode. Click here to do that now in your app of choice. Find a full transcript of this episode at shedunnitshow.com/cricketandcrimetranscript. Music by Audioblocks and Blue Dot Sessions. See shedunnitshow.com/musiccredits for more details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With Summer in full swing, I thought I'd give you a short mini-in-between episode about one of my favorite places in California, Santa Barbara. Enjoy! In the 1870s, eucalyptus trees were planted on the grounds of what would become known as the American Riviera in Santa Barbara, California. With the arrival of the rail line in 1897, tourists began to venture into the area, and in 1913 the Flying A studio was busy turning out silent movies in the complex they built in the area of Mission, State, Padre, and Chapala Streets in Santa Barbara. By the time they closed in 1922, Flying A produced more than 1200 silent films, primarily Westerns, adaptations of popular novels and stage plays, slapstick comedies, and more. According to the Lompoc Record, from 1912 to 1919, Santa Barbara was considered the film capital of the world. Meanwhile, the eucalyptus trees in the Riviera were flourishing, and the grounds around them were home to a state school. Just across the road, James Warren, President of the County National Bank, built dormitories and several ten-room houses and cottages on his property to house faculty and students. By 1917 the student housing proved unsuccessful, and Mr. Warren announced plans to develop a cottage hotel to cater to the growing tourism market. On February 2, 1918, El Encanto Hotel opened for business. From 1933 to 1950, El Encanto enjoyed increased popularity as a Hollywood hideaway hosting such luminaries as Clark Gable, Carole Lombard, and Hedy Lamarr.Over the years, the hotel changed ownership, and in 2018 LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton acquired Belmond Ltd. The hotel became, El Encanto, a Belmond Hotel.The eucalyptus trees remain, and this year a pair of red-tailed hawks put on a show as they raised their young in a tall tree in front of the pool, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Through the guidance of General Manager Janis Clapoff, this iconic hotel remains an essential destination for the creative and creatively inspired. At El Encanto, guests experience California through scrumptious, locally inspired cuisine, uplifting wellness experiences, classes in the visual arts, and an outstanding literary series. On August 1, the El Encanto Lunch With An Author Literary Series presents novelist and literary scholar Bruce Holsinger. Bruce is the author of the USA Today and Los Angeles Times best-selling novel The Gifted School, which is currently in development as a TV series with NBC/Universal Television. His most recent novel, The Displacements, was hailed by the New York Times as “hypnotic, and a thorough translation to fiction of what it can feel like to live right now.” In 2022, I chose Abdulzarak Gurnah's Afterlives and Bruce Holsinger's The Displacements as my two outstanding literary fiction novels. I hope you will join me at El Encanto for lunch with Bruce, followed by our conversation about his writing and The Displacements. These literary events require a reservation and prepayment. Please call our Concierge Team at email@example.com or call 805 845 5800. I hope to see you there! Support the showThe Bookshop PodcastMandy Jackson-BeverlySocial Media Links
D is for Deauville, a small town north of Paris on the coast of Normandy that has captured the attention of film-buffs, gamblers, beach lovers, and horse racing fans since the 1800s. We visited with the help of the local tourism board for this episode. Featured is the voice of horse-related storyteller and journalist Fanny Hubart-Salmon and then Annie Madet-Vache who is Director of the local museum Les Franciscaines. Become a Patreon member of The Earful Tower here to support this show and get extras. The music in this episode is from Pres Maxson. Lastly, book a walking tour of Paris, or indeed the Louvre, via our official website The Earful Tower.
Smylie is joined by 2013 Masters champion and former world #1 Adam Scott as he prepares to play in the 91st major championship of his career at Royal Liverpool. Adam discusses who he modeled his golf swing after, his opinion on the best - and boldest - dressers in the game, and lists his top five major venues.
The U.S. Open champion & the Canadian Open champion join the show. First, Wyndham (48:44-1:15:15) walks us through his key shots on Sunday, post-round celebrations, and taking down some of golf's biggest superstars. Then, Nick (1:17:17-1:44:20) discusses becoming the first Canadian to win the Canadian Open in 69 years with a 72-foot walk-off eagle, which prominent Canadians he's heard from since, and Adam Hadwin getting tackled by security. Before the interviews, we talk the Women's PGA Championship at Baltusrol, Riviera getting the 2031 U.S. Open, Tom Watson's “open letter” to Jay Monahan, and Tom Kim's 21st birthday bash with Scottie Scheffler.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/foreplaypod
Andy and Brendan are back on the horse after some post-U.S. Open travel, and they come proper with this wide-ranging episode starting with the future of the PGA Tour, Jay Monahan's role in it, and the abilities of the current interim powers in charge. Then they move to the news of big ratings for the LACC U.S. Open and the announcement of Riviera as the 2031 host, which leads to an extended chat on the somewhat bummer situation of that championship being booked until 2040. Schedule for the week focuses on the Women's PGA heading to a restored Baltusrol, with a brief side swerve on news of some Oakmont members concerned about that Hanse restore leading to lower scores there after watching LACC. They close with some Travelers one-and-done picks, thoughts on Xander, and a little more on Zinger.