Les débuts entre la France et le Bénin, Bobigny puis Boulogne et le Pont de Sèvres, la rencontre avec Zoxea des Sages Poètes de la Rue, Egosyst, les 1ers textes, le groupe Coup d'État Phonique, la rencontre avec Daddy Lord C, Rocca, Booba, la formation de La Cliqua, le classique "Conçu Pour Durer", le label Arsenal Records, la compilation "Représente le Vrai Hip-Hop" puis l'album de Rocca "Entre deux mondes", son choix de quitter La Cliqua, son mini-album "Prélude à l'Odyssée", ses 2 EP "Jungle Boogie" et "J'entends les Sirènes", ses inspirations Jazz et soul sur "Tout Est Écrit", l'aventure outre-atlantique à Détroit aux cotés de Slum Village, Dwele, Jaheim, 20Syl, la reformation scénique de La Cliqua, la transmission et l'échange avec L'Entourage, son amour pour la culture, la musique et le kickage, et bien sur ses projets futurs... Ou pourquoi rythmique et musicalité seront toujours les clés d'un flow réussi... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Moin alle, es gibt zur Abwechslung mal wieder eine ganz klassische Episode, so ganz ohne Klassik und Jazz. Wir hörten 'Asphalt Meadows' von Death Cab for Cutie, das Album 'The Mars Volta' von der Band The Mars Volta und 'Slight Variations' von Fujiya & Miyagi. Wein gab's natürlich auch wieder, diesmal einen Appassimento aus dem Jahr 2020 vom Weingut Rocca.
Franck Rocca partage comment il a débarqué en Australie, et comment il s'y est implémenté en un temps record – et comment ensuite en rentrant en France il a enfin arrêter d'échanger son temps contre de l'argent en implémentant des effets de levier dans son business. Ressources : L'interview complète dont est tiré cet extrait « Comment Franck Rocca est devenu multimillionnaire après avoir raté ses études » Chaîne Youtube « Les Rebelles Intelligents »
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Some notes on solving hard problems, published by Joe Rocca on September 19, 2022 on LessWrong. Caveats/Notes: This is a cleaned-up version of some personal notes that I've had sitting in Google Docs for a while. There's a lot of hand-waving, probably some over-generalising, and many points could do with some/more examples. Please take each suggestion with a large grain of salt, and feel free to add your thoughts via the comments. I'm not sure how far these thoughts will transfer outside of my particular problem domain, and problem-solving style. I tend to solve problems by building up visual intuitions/models/algebras, rather than leaning heavily on symbols/equations. There are some overlaps between various suggestions below - they shouldn't be read as completely orthogonal points. Some ideas are special cases of other ideas, or are basically the same idea from a different perspective. If you're also interested in the "meta" of problem solving and want to chat about this, please feel free to reach out to me here on LW or on Twitter at @rocca27 - would be great to meet others who are interested in this! Develop multiple perspectives on the problem You should work hard to "see" your problem and potential solutions from multiple perspectives. By "perspective" I mean a high-level mental model that you use to frame your thinking about the problem. A perspective might center around an analogy, or a particular data structure, or a line of reasoning rooted in some low-level principles. Once you've got multiple perspectives, you can play the perspectives against one another to get a more fundamental understanding of the problem. One perspective will give you insights which unblock your progress on another perspective. Each perspective is just a mental tool to help you think about the problem - it is specialised for understanding certain types of behavior/constraints that are difficult to understand with the other perspectives. Good perspectives make important aspects and constraints of your problem "obvious". They make it easy to quickly reason about your problem, and neatly encapsulate constraints so that it requires little effort to keep them all in your head. If you find yourself having to "strain" your brain to pull implications out of a mental model, then it may be that you're using the wrong one for that particular task. A quote from Claude Shannon that I found on this topic: [...] try to restate it in just as many different forms as you can. Change the words. Change the viewpoint. Look at it from every possible angle. After you've done that, you can try to look at it from several angles at the same time and perhaps you can get an insight into the real basic issues of the problem, so that you can correlate the important factors and come out with the solution. It's difficult really to do this, but it is important that you do. If you don't, it is very easy to get into ruts of mental thinking. You start with a problem here and you go around a circle here and if you could only get over to this point, perhaps you would see your way clear; but you can't break loose from certain mental blocks which are holding you in certain ways of looking at a problem. That is the reason why very frequently someone who is quite green to a problem will sometimes come in and look at it and find the solution like that, while you have been laboring for months over it. You've got set into some ruts here of mental thinking and someone else comes in and sees it from a fresh viewpoint. Start the jigsaw puzzle with the corner pieces The corner pieces of a jigsaw puzzle are the easiest to place. Lock in the "easy certainties" first, and then build more "solid ground" outwards from them - work in the heavily-constrained areas. Speculating on the super "fuzzy" areas (e.g. the center of the jigsaw puzzl...
Link to original articleWelcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Some notes on solving hard problems, published by Joe Rocca on September 19, 2022 on LessWrong. Caveats/Notes: This is a cleaned-up version of some personal notes that I've had sitting in Google Docs for a while. There's a lot of hand-waving, probably some over-generalising, and many points could do with some/more examples. Please take each suggestion with a large grain of salt, and feel free to add your thoughts via the comments. I'm not sure how far these thoughts will transfer outside of my particular problem domain, and problem-solving style. I tend to solve problems by building up visual intuitions/models/algebras, rather than leaning heavily on symbols/equations. There are some overlaps between various suggestions below - they shouldn't be read as completely orthogonal points. Some ideas are special cases of other ideas, or are basically the same idea from a different perspective. If you're also interested in the "meta" of problem solving and want to chat about this, please feel free to reach out to me here on LW or on Twitter at @rocca27 - would be great to meet others who are interested in this! Develop multiple perspectives on the problem You should work hard to "see" your problem and potential solutions from multiple perspectives. By "perspective" I mean a high-level mental model that you use to frame your thinking about the problem. A perspective might center around an analogy, or a particular data structure, or a line of reasoning rooted in some low-level principles. Once you've got multiple perspectives, you can play the perspectives against one another to get a more fundamental understanding of the problem. One perspective will give you insights which unblock your progress on another perspective. Each perspective is just a mental tool to help you think about the problem - it is specialised for understanding certain types of behavior/constraints that are difficult to understand with the other perspectives. Good perspectives make important aspects and constraints of your problem "obvious". They make it easy to quickly reason about your problem, and neatly encapsulate constraints so that it requires little effort to keep them all in your head. If you find yourself having to "strain" your brain to pull implications out of a mental model, then it may be that you're using the wrong one for that particular task. A quote from Claude Shannon that I found on this topic: [...] try to restate it in just as many different forms as you can. Change the words. Change the viewpoint. Look at it from every possible angle. After you've done that, you can try to look at it from several angles at the same time and perhaps you can get an insight into the real basic issues of the problem, so that you can correlate the important factors and come out with the solution. It's difficult really to do this, but it is important that you do. If you don't, it is very easy to get into ruts of mental thinking. You start with a problem here and you go around a circle here and if you could only get over to this point, perhaps you would see your way clear; but you can't break loose from certain mental blocks which are holding you in certain ways of looking at a problem. That is the reason why very frequently someone who is quite green to a problem will sometimes come in and look at it and find the solution like that, while you have been laboring for months over it. You've got set into some ruts here of mental thinking and someone else comes in and sees it from a fresh viewpoint. Start the jigsaw puzzle with the corner pieces The corner pieces of a jigsaw puzzle are the easiest to place. Lock in the "easy certainties" first, and then build more "solid ground" outwards from them - work in the heavily-constrained areas. Speculating on the super "fuzzy" areas (e.g. the center of the jigsaw puzzl...
Radioimmaginaria a Fantastika - Dozza PodcastSiamo tornati sempre qui a Fantastika! In questa puntata ci sarà un ospite: Ivan Cavini, direttore artistico del Festival. Nel borgo medievale di Dozza si aggirano creature mistiche... dragoni, pegasi, fenici. Qual è il vostro animale fantastico preferito? Ascoltateci per saperne radioimmaginaria.it
Rocca Salcedo came to Australia as an international student to study International Law, when her whole life changed forever. Rocca was involved in an accident that resulted in a lifelong disability. She spent over a year in hospital, away from family in Columbia trying to navigate this new life as a disabled person in a new country and in a second language. In anyone's language that is a lot to take on. But Rocca did it. Now as a qualified lawyer advocating for people with disabilities, the ambassador for This Girl Can and runs her own Wheelchair dancing group Dance and Roll. If you would like more information about This Girl Can Vic see the website https://thisgirlcan.com.au If you are interested in joining Dance and Roll, you can email Rocca at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/danceandroll/ If you would like more information on Disability Rights: Disability Commission https://disability.royalcommission.gov.au/share-your-story The Victorian Equal Opportunities Commission/ Human Rights Commission https://www.humanrights.vic.gov.au The Australian Human Rights Commission https://humanrights.gov.au The NDIS Commissioner https://www.ndiscommission.gov.au/about/making-complaint Connect with Peta: Instagram: @petahooke Website: www.icantstandpodcast.com Email: email@example.com Episode Transcript: https://www.icantstandpodcast.com/post/rocca-salcedo-is-wheelchair-dancing-through-her-lifeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"Legionella" la Bacteria que se encontró en la Clínica Privada en Tucuman, por la cual fallecieron 8 personas, la explicación. Extracto del programa del día martes 06/09/2022 de Manteniendo la linea por Radio Simphony FM 91.3.
Collingwood progressed into the preliminary finals after knocking off Fremantle at the MCG on Saturday night. Pendles discussed the Magpies win, ran an eye over next week's game against Sydney & also debated the Jarrod Berry suspension. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Collingwood progressed into the preliminary finals after knocking off Fremantle at the MCG on Saturday night. Pendles discussed the Magpies win, ran an eye over next week's game against Sydney & also debated the Jarrod Berry suspension. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cette semaine, je vous propose un conversation exclusive avec Franck Rocca, qui est l'un des business coachs les plus influents en francophonie. Il a accompagné des milliers de personnes à se créer une vie sur-mesure notamment via l'entrepreneuriat.
On #PropertyMatters on @ipropertyradio this week...Thinking of selling your home?Part 1: Natasha Rocca Devine of The Interiors NRD Studio makes the commercial case for property staging to improve sale price and length of time on market, she also shares tips for vendors - and their agents! Watch back: https://youtu.be/KYFw-dmh9Qs
Dr Fernando Cichero, Jefe del Servicio de Cirugía Cardiovascular del Hospital Fernandez y Director del Hospital Rocca, hablamos sobre el covid 19, y las importaciones de insumos de salud. Extracto del programa del día martes 23/08/2022 de Manteniendo la linea por Radio Simphony FM 91.3
For episode 81 we're taking a comprehensive, research driven look at abortion: what it's like making the decision, how it impacts people psychologically and what happens if you can't have one when you want to? Join us for a discussion of what the research actually says, in all it's complexity, about how women respond after an abortion.To skip forward to a particular topic:05:30 Decision making19:35 Psychological impacts of having a voluntary abortion40:25 Impacts on sexual functioning44:45 Psychological impacts of having an abortion for medical reasons49:12 Outcomes for women who want an abortion but are denied one This week's episode was brought to you by Calabash. Access your free talk at:https://calabash.courses/psych-company/ Research (in order of discussion):Introduction:APA Taskforce on Mental Health and Abortion (2008) https://www.apa.org/pi/women/programs/abortion/mental-health.pdf Abortion definition (2019) https://www.bmj.com/company/newsroom/nine-out-of-10-abortions-done-before-12-weeks-in-many-high-income-countries/ Australian abortion rates (2021) https://www.mja.com.au/journal/2021/215/8/estimating-abortion-rate-australia-national-hospital-morbidity-and Decision making:Bracken & Kasl (1975) Delay in seeking induced abortion: a review and theoretical analysishttps://doi.org/10.1016/0002-9378(75)90929-1 Miller (1992) An empirical study of psychological antecedents and consequences of induced abortionhttps://doi.org/10.1111/j.1540-4560.1992.tb00898.x Allanson (2007) Abortion decision and ambivalence: Insights via an abortion decision balance sheethttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13284200701675767 Pereira, Pires & Canavarro (2019) Decision-making trajectories leading to termination of an unplanned pregnancy: specificities among adolescent and adult women https://doi.org/10.1080/02646838.2019.1566596 Leithner et al (2021) Three or less? Decision making for or against selective reduction and psychological outcome in forty women with a triplet pregnancyhttps://doi.org/10.1080/0167482X.2020.1750005 Psychological responses following a voluntary abortion:Steinberg et al (2016) Psychosocial factors and pre-abortion psychological health: the significance of stigma https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2015.12.007 Horvath & Schreiber (2017) Unintended pregnancy, induced abortion, and mental healthhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s11920-017-0832-4 Rocca et al (2013) Women's emotions one week after receiving or being denied an abortion in the United States https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24020773/O'Donnell, O'Carroll and Toole (2018) Internalized stigma and stigma-related isolation predict women's psychological distress and physical health symptoms post-abortion https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0361684317748937 Foster et al (2015) A comparison of depression and anxiety symptom trajectories between women who had an abortion and women denied onehttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25628123/Toffol et al (2016) Anxiety and quality of life after first-trimester termination of pregnancy: a prospective study https://doi.org/10.1111/aogs.12959 Van Ditzhuijzen et al (2018) Long-term incidence and recurrence of common mental disorders after abortion. A Dutch prospective cohort studyhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpsychires.2018.04.001 Biggs et al (2017) Women's mental health and well-being 5 years after receiving or being denied an abortion: a prospective, longitudinal cohort studyhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27973641/ Biggs et al (2018) Five-year suicidal ideation trajectories among women receiving or being denied an abortionhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27973641/ Holmlund et al (2014) Psychological ill-being experienced by first-time mothers and their partners in pregnancy after abortion: a cohort studyhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27973641/ Sexual functioning:Limoncin et al (2017) The effect of voluntary termination of pregnancy on female sexual and emotional well-being in different age groupshttps://doi.org/10.1080/0167482X.2017.1285901 Psychological responses after an abortion for medical reasons:Nazare, Fonesca & Canavarro (2013) Adaptive and maladaptive grief responses following TOPFA: actor and partner effects of coping strategieshttps://doi.org/10.1080/02646838.2013.806789 Nazare, Fonesca & Canavarro (2013) Trauma following termination of pregnancy for fetal abnormality: is this the path from guilt to grief?https://doi.org/10.1080/15325024.2012.743335 Lafarge, Mitchell & Fox (2017) Posttraumatic growth following pregnancy termination for fetal abnormality: the predictive role of coping strategies and perinatal grief https://doi.org/10.1080/15325024.2012.743335 Outcomes for women who want an abortion and can't have one:Rocca et al (2013) Women's emotions one week after receiving or being denied an abortion in the United Stateshttps://doi.org/10.1363/4512213 Horvath & Schreiber (2017) Unintended pregnancy, induced abortion, and mental healthhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s11920-017-0832-4 The harms of denying a woman a wanted abortion: findings from the turnaway studyhttps://www.ansirh.org/sites/default/files/publications/files/the_harms_of_denying_a_woman_a_wanted_abortion_4-16-2020.pdf Ludermir et al (2010) Common mental disorders in late pregnancy in women who wanted or attempted an abortionhttps://doi.org/10.1017/s003329170999184x Herd et al (2015) The implications of unintended pregnancies for mental health in later life https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/10.2105/AJPH.2015.302973 Concluding remarks:Rebuttal to Coleman's paper https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3699180/ Rebuttal to Reardon's work https://www.bmj.com/rapid-response/2011/10/31/reardon-response-russo-and-schmeige-misleads-omission-and-commission Quote from Surgeon General C Everett Koop https://www.apa.org/pi/women/programs/abortion/mental-health.pdf The following resources supported our understanding of abortion legislation and access but were not cited in the show:Upadhyay et al (2021) Barriers to abortion care & incidence of attempted self-managed abortion https://www.contraceptionjournal.org/article/S0010-7824(21)00385-1/fulltext de Londras et al (2022) The impact of provider restrictions on abortion-related outcomeshttps://doi.org/10.1186/s12978-022-01405-x Faundes & Shah (2015) Evidence supporting broader access to safe legal abortionhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijgo.2015.03.018 Reingold & Gostin (2019) State abortion restrictions and the new supreme courthttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31166573/ Pierson (2022) Roe v Wade overturned: what abortion access and reproductive rights look like around the worldhttps://theconversation.com/roe-v-wade-overturned-what-abortion-access-and-reproductive-rights-look-like-around-the-world-184013
Esta semana en el Podcast miramos la increible corrida de Miguel Perez Padre y Rocca como la pareja Numero #1 del Noreste de los Estados Unidos a finales de los 50 y Principios de los 60.Entre los temas que tocamos estan los siguientes: Miramos lo que estaba ocurriendo en Nueva York El fraude del 1936. Promotores exponen el negocio al New York times Que cambia a finales de los 40 Que medidas toman los promotores para revivir la Lucha en Nueva York Rocca Llegada de Perez a Nueva York Su 1era Lucha en el Garden. Como surje la idea de la Pareja. Su 1era Lucha en el Garden Su corrida como Pareja Feudos mas Importantes Su ultima lucha como Pareja Que sucede con Perez despues del run en Pareja. Legado de la pareja Como Cambiaron el Booking del territorio. Esto y mucho mas en el Podcast de esta semana, Caveman --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/luis-cuevas/support
From culinary school and staging at a 2-star Michelin restaurant in NYC, to living in Italy and becoming partner + Executive Chef at Tampa's beloved Rocca, Bryce Bonsack's story is truly inspiring. Today's episode takes you behind the scenes of his journey through the culinary space - espressos, tips for aspiring chefs, chats around Michelin guide's entrance to Tampa Bay and the importance of il dolce far niente, included. Connect with Bryce on Instagram or stop by the restaurant and say hello. Be sure to make a reservation at roccatampa.com. Cheers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/melissa-santell/support
In this episode, HSA's Founder Paloma Harrington talks to Natasha Rocca Devine of internationally-acclaimed and Ireland-based, The Interiors NRD. Natasha and Paloma talk about interior design, home staging and how one differs from the other, especially when designing show homes. This conversation is an extension of the article Natasha wrote for the second issue of the Home Staging Magazine. Order your copy here: https://bit.ly/3QUkER0 Find out more about Natasha Rocca Devine and The Interiors NRD via their website https://www.theinteriorsnrd.com/ or visit the HSA's website for more information: www.homestaging.org.uk --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homestagingassociation/support
TRANSCRIPT FOR THIS EPISODE: https://weirddarkness.com/archives/8294 (scroll down the page to get to the transcript portion)Find Weird Darkness on the free Spreaker app: https://www.spreaker.com/show/weirddarkness, or look for it wherever you listen to podcasts: https://linktr.ee/weirddarkness IN THIS EPISODE: I'm sharing a story from Weirdo Family member Vincent Rocca – a story that was a bit too polished and too detailed for me to believe was true until I contacted Vince to make doubly-sure it was a fact-based story. He assured me, every bit of it is completely true! The story also comes with visuals. When he originally posted the story on Reddit, Mr. Rocca included photos and video links of what he was talking about, which he gave me permission to include in the transcript.SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“If You Don't Believe You Have Nothing To Fear” by Vince Rocca: https://tinyurl.com/yywcther, http://www.VinceRocca.com = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness Publishing: https://weirddarkness.com/publishingVisit the Church of the Undead: http://undead.church/ Find out how to escape eternal darkness at https://weirddarkness.com/eternaldarkness = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony (https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ), Kevin MacLeod (https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu), Tony Longworth (https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7), and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu (https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8) is used with permission. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =(Over time links seen above may become invalid, disappear, or have different content. I always make sure to give authors credit for the material I use whenever possible. If I somehow overlooked doing so for a story, or if a credit is incorrect, please let me know and I will rectify it in these show notes immediately. Some links included above may benefit me financially through qualifying purchases.)= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ="I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness." — John 12:46Trademark, Weird Darkness®, 2022. Copyright Weird Darkness©, 2022.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =(Dark Archives episode from January 05, 2021)00:15:05.870, 00:48:37.318, 01:24:09.561,
Desde que Rocca Salcedo perdió el uso de sus piernas no ha parado de luchar para que los australianos con discapacidad y movilidad reducida sean incluidos en todos los ámbitos de la sociedad. En el primer episodio de Abriendo Caminos, Rocca conversa sobre las barreras que enfrenta cuando tiene que viajar en avión o usar el sistema de transporte público en Australia donde los servicios todavía no son universalmente accesibles.
Cult Estate è condotto da Ira Rubini e realizzato dalla redazione culturale di Radio Popolare. Oggia Cult Estate: il film "Il muto di Gallura" alla Valigia dell'Attore, a Bologna il primo festival dedicato a Ottorino Respighi, la danza di Riccardo Buscarini in prima assoluta con "Charade" al Castello Sforzesco, a Rocca di Mezzo la rassegna TiQ - Teatro in Quota, il Trasparenze Festival a Gombola nell'Appennino Modenese, la rete degli Orti Botanici della Lombardia con le sue iniziative speciali e il ricordo di Pietro Citati firmato da Oliviero Ponte di Pino...
En este episodio hablamos con Rocca, uno de los pioneros del rap en Colombia, fundador de Tres Coronas y parte fundamental de La Cliqua, conocidos también como el Wu-Tan Clan fracés. Con él hablamos de su infancia como migrante en París, su niñez atravesada por la música y la calle, la fama en su adolescencia, el hecho de empezar desde ceros en Estados Unidos y mucho más. Escucha los episodios con raperos latinos acá: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6QTUwBvXGEO0EnigoVm5FR?si=0f64075e809b45feApóyanos en Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sudakaspodcastVisita: https://www.sudakas.co/Suscríbete a nuestro newsletter: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/SudakasPodcast?via=twitter-profile Síguenos en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sudakaspodcast/Síguenos en TikTok: https://bit.ly/3tiVbqp Gracias a David Uribe, Daniela González, Pablo Cortés, Nidia Herrera, Nicolás Medina, Liliana Amaya, patricia Galindo, Germán Beltrán, Ricardo Gonzalez, Carolina Navarrete, Felipe Narváez y Mariana Santos, nuestros mecenas en Patreon.Sudakas es posible gracias al apoyo de 070, a Goldy Levy en la dirección y post producción, a Eduardo Santos en Redes sociales y a Simona Delgado en el diseño de las portadas.
FULL SHOW | Today we talk about the possibly of North Melbourne getting a priority pick; We look at last night's draw between Richmond and Fremantle; Melbourne Storm's Christian Welch stops by; and when Anthony Rocca calls win we ask for the Torp to make a returnSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Retours sur les derniers albums du S-Crew, de Seth Gueko et de Sinik, ponctués des coups de coeur de la rédaction et de leur invité. À retrouver dans ce podcast : 00:00 : Générique 01:45 : SZR 2001 du S-Crew 26:53 : Doudoune en été de JeanJass, le coup de coeur de Justin Noto 29:33 : « Kerchak » de Kerchak le coup de cœur de Brice 33:18 : Niksi de Sinik et Mange tes morts de Seth Gueko 01:08:20 : Salam, documentaire de et sur Diam's, le coup de coeur de Beufa 01:10:28 : Confidentiel de C.Sen, le coup de coeur de zo. 01:13:10 : « Mash Up », « Depuis le début » et « Sabotage » de Rocca et DJ Duke, le coup de coeur de Raphaël Résumé :Le dernier album en date du S-Crew, groupe composé de Mekra, 2Zer, Framal et Nekfeu, était Destins liés et datait de 2016. Depuis, Nekfeu a sorti Cyborg et Les Étoiles vagabondes et est passé à un autre statut, aussi bien artistique qu'en termes de popularité. Mais le rappeur reste fidèle à son groupe de potes, et le quatuor parisien a sorti début juin son troisième album SZR 2001. Mais que vaut ce retour de la meute du Seine Zoo ? Sinik et Seth Gueko sont deux rappeurs qui ont gagné leurs galons dans l'arène du rap de rue et des street CDs des années 2000. S'ils ont connu des parcours différents, leur appartenance à cette génération lie leurs raps de quelques atomes crochus. Et tous deux ont annoncé cette année ranger les crampons et les gants avec des derniers albums : Mange tes morts pour Seth Gueko, et Niksi pour Sinik. Sortent-ils par la grande porte ? Ces derniers disques honorent-ils leur discographie et leur parcours ? Crédits : Un podcast animé par Raphaël Da Cruz avec les participations de Justin Noto (Interlude), Brice, zo. et Beufa Un podcast enregistré le 06 juillet 2022 chez Mélusine. Moyens techniques : Abcdr du Son Réalisation : zo. Production : L'Abcdr du Son Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
TodaysStocks.com news host Pat Bolland interviews CEO Ron Rocca from Exagen Inc. Exagen (NASDAQ: XGN) is a leading provider of autoimmune diagnostic, prognostic, and monitoring testing solutions. Exagen is a patient focused, discovery driven organization built on the success of AVISE testing and is investing in its product pipeline to support patients throughout their autoimmune diagnosis and treatment. Exagen's goal is to assist patients, physicians, and payors by enabling precision medicine. Exagen is located in San Diego County with clinical and research and development laboratories in Vista, CA. Ron Rocca and Pat Bolland's discussion was centred on the Exagen Inc press release dated July 5, 2022 https://stockmkt.info/3yOyPzK 0:16 CAPSTONE Study 0:56 1st finding 1:14 2nd finding 1:58 3rd finding 2:30 4th finding 2:43 5th finding 3:00 Size of study 3:30 How long does the study take 4:45 Business side of things Learn more about Exagen Inc. on their website www.Exagen.com
Today's guests: Salena Zito, columnist, New York Post/Washington Examiner. Francis Rocca, Wall Street Journal Vatican correspondent. King Banaian, economist, radio host, Northern Alliance blogger. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Questa settimana andiamo a curiosare per città d'arte con occhio matematico. Poi in val di Susa per 5 appuntamenti in bicicletta. E poi in provincia di Piacenza per entrare nella Rocca d'Olgisio.
Andrea Dellapiana"Artico Festival"https://www.articofestival.it/Artico Festival scalda i motori e dal 23 al 26 giugno 2022 torna ai Giardini della Rocca di Bra (CN). Molti gli artisti per cui per cui la data di Artico rappresenta l'unica in Piemonte del tour estivo: Giovanni Truppi, Stefano Rapone, i Post Nebbia e Vieri Cervelli Montel; mentre per Edoardo Ferrario, Joan Thiele, Laila Al Habash e Emma Nolde sarà l'unica esibizione in provincia Granda.Gli headlinerCresce l'attesa per il concerto di Giovanni Truppi, che venerdì 24 giugno salirà sul palco con una super band d'eccezione: al suo fianco ci saranno Alessandro “Asso” Stefana (Vinicio Capossela, PJ Harvey) alla chitarra, insieme a Fabio Rondanini e Luca Cavina dei Calibro 35, rispettivamente alla batteria e al basso. In scaletta, tanti brani della decennale carriera del cantautore napoletano, ma anche diversi pezzi inediti, che riveleranno al pubblico le nuove strade artistiche intraprese dal musicista. Sabato 25 sarà il momento della cantautrice e producer italo-colombiana Joan Thiele, che porta a Bra la sua unica data nel Cuneese. Un'occasione unica per ascoltare in versione live il suo recente progetto discografico, suddiviso in tre diversi atti, proprio come se fosse un'opera teatrale.La stand up comedySulla scia del successo dello scorso anno, torna la stand up comedy: il 23 giugno inaugura la kermesse Stefano Rapone, noto per aver collaborato come autore con il Trio Medusa e la partecipazione, tra gli altri, ai programmi TV Battute? e Una pezza di Lundini. La sua comicità dissacrante, abbinata a un alto tasso di improvvisazione, rende unico ogni live. Chiude la rassegna, il 26 giugno Edoardo Ferrario, co-host di Cachemire Podcast, che torna ad Artico Festival con il suo nuovo spettacolo, Il dittatore sanitario. Uno show che non si illude di risolvere i problemi dei nostri tempi incerti, ma almeno li mette in ordine: cancel culture, patriarcato, matriarcato, la lungimiranza dei preti durante i matrimoni, la pandemia come unica rivoluzione del palinsesto televisivo. Il prezzo del biglietto include una confessione del paziente zero. I live Non mancheranno inoltre nomi freschi e giovani del panorama musicale contemporaneo: venerdì vedrà in apertura Emma Nolde, già finalista al Premio Tenco nella sezione Opera Prima nel 2021 con un album prodotto in collaborazione con Francesco Motta. Sabato sarà la volta di Laila Al Habash, classe 1998, che a Bra porterà la versione live del suo recente disco Mystic Motel, prodotto da Niccolò Contessa (I cani), che include anche un featuring con Coez: un viaggio lungo dodici tracce che trasporta chiunque lo ascolta nella sua dimensione.Sul palco, anche Vieri Cervelli Montel, il cui primo disco è uscito recentemente per l'etichetta Tanca Records di Iosonouncane, e una delle band più acclamata del momento, i padovani Post Nebbia, il cui tour quest'estate toccherà i migliori palchi in Italia.L'area food e marketChe festival sarebbe senza un'area food e market? In attesa che inizino i concerti, il pubblico potrà gustare le varie specialità proposte dai food truck, tra cui l'immancabile panino con la Salsiccia di Bra, possibilmente accompagnato dalle birre di De Lab Fermentazioni, neonato birrificio artigianale. Si aggiunge quest'anno una bella novità per godersi al meglio il fresco dei giardini aspettando l'inizio dei concerti, ovvero uno spazio dedicato ai picnic. Durante i quattro giorni verrà inoltre allestito un piccolo market: una selezione accurata di stand per scoprire nuovi talenti dell'handmade.Abbracciala, abbracciali, abbracciati è il claim scelto per questa edizione, citando una famosa canzone di Lucio Battisti: un invito a tenerci stretti, finalmente sottopalco, in un momento in cui la dimensione festival si conferma uno spazio fondamentale di ritrovo e condivisione.Per il secondo anno consecutivo, le illustrazioni sono curate da Cecilia Grandi, in arte tuttotonno, con la direzione creativa di Giacomo Mondino. Artico Festival è organizzato dall'Associazione Culturale Switch On, in collaborazione con il Comune di Bra.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/
At a climactic—and, indeed, incendiary—moment in Bernard Williams' classic essay, “Internal and External Reasons,” Williams says that those who advance moral criticisms by appealing to so-called external reasons are engaging in “bluff”. Williams thus alleges that condemning certain actions of others as somehow not only immoral, but also irrational or contrary to reason is nothing more than a kind of pretense. To say that a favorite pastime that so many of us happily engage in is empty, well—to use an American colloquialism—“them's fightin' words!” Indeed, in criticizing certain moral criticisms in this way, Williams' words are fightin' words about fightin' words. Why does Williams proffer these meta-fightin' words? Readers—and indeed perhaps Williams himself—have struggled to articulate a precise argument for this claim that there are no external reasons and that those who try to invoke them in criticism of others are engaging in bluff. Thus, the force of Williams' point has remained, at best, elusive, perhaps even to Williams himself. In this paper, I first want to defend Williams' claim that the appeal to external reasons is illegitimate. But I will do so from a perspective that is radically different from the ones usually at work in considering Williams' position. Indeed, this perspective is one that may or may not (probably not!) be in the spirit of Williams' actual reasons for rejecting external reasons, so it is important to keep in mind (as I will remind you from time to time) that I am not offering an interpretation of Williams here. The distinctive aspect of my approach is that I argue that a rationalist line of thought can support Williams' claims. To bring out this line of thought, I will examine the metaphysical commitments of those who engage in what Williams calls bluff. I will then reject those commitments on powerful and widely popular rationalist grounds. I will, in other words, endeavor to support Williams' charge of bluff by investigating what I call the metaphysics of bluff and by offering a rationalist critique of that metaphysics. Michael Della Rocca is Andrew Downey Orrick Professor of Philosophy at Yale University. He has published widely in early modern philosophy and in contemporary metaphysics. His most recent book, The Parmenidean Ascent (Oxford 2020), defends a radical form of monism in metaphysics, philosophy of action, epistemology, and philosophy of language. This podcast is an audio recording of Dr Della Rocca's talk - "Moral Criticism and the Metaphyscis of Bluff" - at the Aristotelian Society on 6th June 2022. This recording was produced by the Backdoor Broadcasting Company.
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast.We have reached the final few episodes of the clinical reasoning series; and I hope you have enjoyed the journey up to this point. This series and the podcast more broadly is made possible by all the Patreon support, and ever a huge thank you for those supporting the show and to those listening and sharing the podcast with your friends, colleagues and students. On this episode I'm speaking with Dr Elena Rocca and Dr Saúl Pérez-González about how evidence of biological mechanisms can support our clinical reasoning.Elena is an associate professor at Oslo Metropolitan University, and specializes in issues related to responsible knowledge-based decision-making with focus on risk and safety of medicines, both from a practical, methodological and philosophical perspective. Her work is interdisciplinary between scientific evidence, practice, policy and philosophy. Elena's research includes causality assessment in drug safety, clinical reasoning, analysis of expert disagreement. Elena is part of The CauseHealth team and we spoke several times on the CauseHealth Series on probability, medical uniqueness, causal dispensationalism and philosophy for practice.Saúl is a Post-doctoral research fellow at the Center for Logic, Language, and Cognition in the Department of Philosophy and Educational Sciences at the University of Turin. Italy. He has a background in philosophy, with a PhD in Philosophy and MA in Contemporary Philosophical Thought. He is currently Working on/Member of the PRIN research project “From Models to Decisions” Funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Research.Saúl has held Visiting researcher positions at Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society - Durham University the Centre for Philosophy of Social Science - University of Helsinki.In this episode we talk around a paper that Saul and Elena wrote together titled 'Evidence of Biological Mechanisms and Health Predictions: An Insight into Clinical Reasoning' published in the journal Perspectives in Biology and Medicine.So on this episode we speak about: What is meant by the term ‘mechanisms' and what constitutes of them. How evidence of mechanisms is typically portrayed and valued in the epistemological and methodological hierarchies of evidence-based medicine. How evidence of mechanisms can be useful to our clinical reasoning by helping us make predictions around safety and efficacy of treatment interventions for individual patients. The potential the dangers of relying on mechanistic knowledge in replacement of knowledge about effectiveness (such as knowledge generated from clinical trial). How evidence of mechanisms can take any form of study design; from lab-based animal studies to understand biological mechanisms at play to qualitative studies to understand the mechanisms involved in the processes of the social world. How evidence of mechanisms is generally more decisive for discarding inadequate interventions than for identifying suitable ones. This was yet another enlightening conversation and quite distinct from the previous episodes on the series. As such, it adds to rounding and deepening the view of clinical reasoning that this series seeks to offer.Find Elena and Saúl on Twitter @ElenaRoccaPD@SaulPerGonSupport the podcast and contribute via Patreon hereIf you liked the podcast, you'll love The Words Matter online course and mentoring to develop your clinical expertise - ideal for all MSK therapists.Follow Words Matter on:Instagram @Wordsmatter_education @TheWordsMatterPodcastTwitter @WordsClinicalFacebook Words Matter - Improving Clinical Communication★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
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Welcome to Episode 910 Stevie Kim moderates Clubhouse's Ambassadors Corner – In this episode Erin DeMara interviews Alessandro Gallo. These sessions are recorded from Clubhouse and replayed here on the Italian Wine Podcast! Listen in on this series as Italian Wine Ambassadors all over the world chat with Stevie and their chosen wine producer. Which producer would you interview if you had your pick? About about today's guest host: Erin DeMara is a twenty-nine-year professional of the wine and restaurant industries. Currently in his seventh year with 1821 Fine Wine and Spirits, an Italian-focused importer, he manages the portfolio of 100+ wines and spirits within Florida, USA. Erin is a Certified Wine Educator by the Society of Wine Educators and an Italian Wine Ambassador and Educator by VinItaly International Academy – the only wine professional in America to hold both titles. He is also a Certified Spirits Specialist, a Certified Sommelier by the Court of Master Sommeliers, and an awarded member of the Guild of Sommeliers If you want to learn more about today's guest host, you can by visiting: Website www.1821fws.com Instagram wineknowfl About today's guest producer: Alessandro Gallo, winemaker for the wineries: Castello d'Albola in Radda, & Rocca di Montemassi in Maremma. Alessandro was born in Piedmont in Acqui Terme in 1971.After having studied at the Umberto I Oenological School in Alba, he graduated in Chemistry, in Turin, in 1997. He began working as an analyst in the laboratory at the Dezzani family company, and then become its Technical Director . In 2004 the crucial meeting with the Zonin family takes place . Since that year he has been the Director of Castello Di Albola. If you want to learn more about today's guest producer, you can by visiting: Website https://www.albola.it/ More about the moderator Stevie Kim: Stevie hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To find out more about Stevie Kim visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: https://vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/
Cette rencontre était pour nous un événement tant ce chef représente la haute gastronomie contemporaine.On ne posera pas de mots sur sa cuisine, d'autres le font sûrement mieux que nous.A ce niveau de virtuosité, le choix des mots n'est plus un jeu et il faut être sacrément sûr de soi pour, de sa plume, dessiner la cuisine d'Alexandre Mazzia.On pourra vous dire que sa carte donne le tournis (allez jeter un oeil sur notre compte instagram, on n'a jamais vu un tel menu), qu'elle peut changer chaque jour ou plusieurs fois même dans la journée selon ce qu'il aura trouvé le matin dans ses filets et vous ne mangerez pas forcément pas la même chose que la personne à vos côtés...Le chef est joueur, c'est rien de le dire et si le produit est beau il va s'en saisir pour l'emmener au sommet. S'il prend la balle, vous n'avez plus qu'à l'observer filer...Et c'est là qu'on peut dire quelque chose en revanche: sur cette extrême rareté, cette capacité dont dispose Alexandre Mazzia pour transcender sa discipline.Qu'on aime le sport ou pas, on a tous été témoins de moments de grâce, on a tous vu un style dépasser le jeu, une attitude surpasser l'ensemble, un homme ou une femme être plus que le foot, le rugby ou le basket pour faire plaisir au chef.Voyez-vous de quoi l'on parle ici? Voyez-vous ces quelques noms devenus légendes? Qui ont, en jouant leur jeu, apporté une lumière jusque-là inaperçue, imposé une aura au-delà des titres ou des trophées, ces noms qui à eux seuls incarnent leur monde car ils le dépassent?Pas besoin d'aimer le foot pour aimer Zidane, la F1 pour s'incliner face à Senna, le basket pour admirer Jordan...Il vaut mieux aimer la cuisine mais il y a quelque chose de ce goût là, chez Alexandre Mazzia...Alors une fois encore on ne va pas chercher à parler de sa cuisine, on va plutôt essayer de comprendre d'où vient cette virtuosité!Production: NOLA MEDIASRéalisation: Nathan Cohen et David OrdonoInterview : David OrdonoCréation musicale: Nathan CohenProgrammation : Marion CazesContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgPour découvrir la cuisine d'Alexandre Mazzia:AM par Alexandre Mazzia - 9 Rue François Rocca, 13008 Marseillehttps://www.alexandre-mazzia.com/ Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Resources:Bozzatello, P., Rocca, P., Baldassarri, L., Bosia, M., and Bellino, S. 2021. The Role of Trauma in Early Onset Borderline Personality Disorder: A Biopsychosocial Perspective. Frontiers in Psychiatry. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.721361/full U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 2022. What is Mental Health? MentalHealth.gov. https://www.mentalhealth.gov/basics/what-is-mental-health
Sipping tequila is about more than just grabbing your favorite margarita and heading out the door. This week we were educated on some fine tequila that you can enjoy yourself over at Modesto, right here in Baton Rouge. Joined by Ozzie Fernandez, founder of the Go Eat concepts, which includes Izzo's, Lit Pizza, Rocca, Modesto & Central Kitchen. We learned all about his journey from originating in Houston, TX and competing in grilling contests on the weekend, to opening his very first concept right at the heart of LSU campus. Ozzie has worn each and every hat, but allows his staff the creative freedom necessary to put their unique spin on the recipes contained in each concept. From fast casual dining, to sit down and stay a while atmospheres, Go Eats concepts has it all. If you're enjoying the show, we'd be forever grateful if you hit that like, share & subscribe button. It is through each and every one of you that we are able to continue growing the show and brining on absolutely amazing guests, like Ozzie. Sponsors: Falaya, Gov't Taco, Currency Bank, Mallard Bay Outdoors, Horizon Financial Group & Mercedes-Benz of Baton Rouge Vodcast Link: https://thepattygshow.com/ Izzos: https://www.izzos.com/ Lit Pizza: http://lit.pizza/ Rocca Pizzeria: https://www.roccapizzeria.com/ Modesto: https://eatmodesto.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pattygshow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pattygshow/support
MAIS UMA LENDA NA ÁREA! O ANTIGÃO, DANIEL ROCCA É UM DOS SNIPERS MAIS RESPEITADOS DO BRASIL! O CARA É UMA LENDA DO BOPE RJ E JÁ ATUOU EM INCONTÁVEIS CONFRONTOS NAS FAVELAS DO RIO DE JANEIRO! SEGURA QUE VEM CHUMBO GROSSO!!!
Former collegiate and professional basketball player Mason Rocca has started a second career as a virtual bike racer. Rocca had a successful Echelon Racing League campaign this year and won the 2022 U.S. Virtual Racing National Championships. He joins the pod for the first edition of Fake Bikes, Real Basketball. Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide Angle Podium network. To support this podcast and help pay for the Zwift Hall of Fame space, head to wideanglepodium.com to become a member of the network and support what we do. Follow Mike on Twitter at @mikeswart, Kevin at @theadkbh, and Zach at @TheShoeStar. To keep up to date on all our real coverage of fake bike racing, subscribe via Apple Podcasts or Spotify.
Tiffani Faison Chef and Restaurateur of Big Heart HospitalitySweet Cheeks Q, Fool's Errand, Orfano, Dive Bar, Tenderoni's and Bubble Bath Chef and Restaurateur Tiffani Faison of Sweet Cheeks Q, Fool's Errand, Orfano, Dive Bar, Tenderoni's and Bubble Bath, has made a name for herself nationwide for her dynamic personality, culinary prowess and fierce work ethic. Under Big Heart Hospitality, her Boston based restaurant group, she creates restaurants that are warm, inspired and instantly loveable. Tiffani began her career working under world renowned chefs as Daniel Boulud, Alain Ducasse and Todd English. Early in her career she was cast on the inaugural season of Bravo's Top Chef, and placed as runner-up. From there she worked in prestigious kitchens in Nantucket, New Orleans, Los Angeles, and San Francisco before returning to Boston in 2010 to become Executive Chef of Southern Italian restaurant, Rocca Kitchen & Bar. After transforming Rocca into a critically acclaimed dining destination with a three star review from The Boston Globe, Tiffani set her sights on creating her own restaurant.She opened Sweet Cheeks Q in 2011 during the very early stages of Fenway's revitalization. Drawing inspiration from her love of Southern barbecue and extensive travels in Texas, Sweet Cheeks became an instant hit for its laidback Southern charm and addictive offerings: Heritage Pulled Pork, Brisket, Buttermilk Fried Chicken and Biscuits with Honey Butter. Shortly after opening, Sweet Cheeks garnered a three-star review from The Boston Globe, and it has been awarded “Boston's Best Barbecue” numerous times by Boston magazine. Nationally, Forbes deemed Sweet Cheeks' biscuits the “Best Biscuits in the World.” Most importantly, Tiffani created a restaurant that is both a neighborhood gem and a dining destination attracting guests from near and far who are simply seeking the city's best ‘cue. In December 2015, Tiffani expanded on her culinary skills, creativity and business savvy with a new restaurant: Tiger Mama, found on the same block as Sweet Cheeks in the Fenway. The seeds of Tiger Mama formed during Tiffani's travels to Southeast Asia and the restaurant set a new benchmark, both for her career and Boston's dining culture. In its April 19, 2016 review, The Boston Globe agreed, calling Tiger Mama “a spectacular restaurant” with dishes that you'll “take to the grave” and hospitality that “feels generous and natural.” In October 2021, Faison closed Tiger Mama to make way for an exciting new restaurant concept she's excited to debut in the same space sometime in 2022. In August 2018, Tiffani opened her third restaurant – an adult snack bar called Fool's Errand. With an irreverent menu and intimate atmosphere, Fool's Errand neighbors Sweet Cheeks Q and on Boylston Street in Boston's Fenway. The snack forward menu works with top quality, luxurious ingredients to deliver irreverent bites. Classic American cocktails, done beautifully and with care, join a rotating list of internationally sourced wines and aperitifs. In August 2019, Tiffani opened her fourth restaurant, Orfano, an Italian American restaurant, also located in the Fenway. Guided by the whimsy of “sorry Nonna,” Orfano is Tiffani's most upscale restaurant to date featuring next level Italian – delicious, elegant, humorous, and distinctly different than anything else in Boston. Food & Wine included Orfano as one of its “19 Biggest Restaurant Openings of 2019” while Boston Globe Magazine named Orfano as one of the “best new restaurants in Boston”. In its Feb 2020 review of the restaurant, Boston Magazine proclaimed Orfano “a triumphant modern take on Italian”. In March 2022, Tiffani will open three distinct concepts within High Street Place, the much anticipated food hall in downtown Boston: Dive Bar, a raw bar featuring a menu of both northern and southern Atlantic classics, Tenderoni's, an old school pizza and grinder shop, and Bubble Bath, a Champagne and wine bar that cheekily pairs its pours with gourmet hot dogs and popcorn. Marking her many culinary achievements, the James Beard Foundation nominated Tiffani as “Best Chef: Northeast” three years in a row (2018, 2019 & 2020) and Boston magazine awarded her “Best Chef: General Excellence” in its 2016 “Best of Boston” issue. In November 2016 and 2019, the Boston Business Journal named Tiffani to its “Power 50” list, celebrating individuals from Boston's multiple industries and professions who are making a difference in their business communities. In December 2019, The Boston Globe named Big Heart Hospitality as “Restaurateurs of the Year” andEater named Tiffani “Empire Builder of the Year.”Outside of the kitchen, Tiffani is currently a judge on Food Network's Chopped. After placing as runner-up on Top ChefSeason One, Faison later competed on Top Chef All-Stars and Top Chef Duels. She's also previously been a judge on Food Network's Chopped Grill Masters and Cooking Channel's Fire Masters. Tiffani has made frequent appearances on NBC's TODAY, CBS This Morning, PBS's Simply Ming and was the host of “Tiffani's Taste” and “Food Truck Fridays” on New England Cable News. She has been a contributing chef to numerous cookbooks and has been widely featured in such national outlets as People, SELF, Entertainment Weekly, Sports Illustrated and Food & Wine. She also currently serves on the Board of Directors for Women Chefs & Restaurateurs and also BAGLY (Boston Alliance of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Youth). In September 2019, Tiffani was appointed to The Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Restaurant Promotion Commission for her commitment to the states restaurant business as a whole. Tiffani lives in Boston and is a tireless advocate of LGBTQ human rights.
Questa settimana andiamo a scoprire il Lago di Garda, più precisamente andiamo a camminare sulle rive del Lago e dove non è possibile, prendiamo sentieri e cammini alternativi. Poi ci spostiamo a Ivrea, capitale del libro 2022. E poi scendiamo nel reatino per entrare in una rocca: rocca Sinibalda.
How do art and science relate to and influence the activity of war? As Clausewitz has stated before, war is an extension of politics. As such, it is governed by the principles and rules of the day, as established on that particular field at that particular moment. From these ideas, we can first begin to craft a solid method. Rocca joins Malark to chat about art, science, and methodology. Support our Patreon! www.patreon.com/theartofwargaming Email: email@example.com Facebook: @theartofwargamingpodcast Instagram: @artofwargamingpodcast Check out more of The Art of Wargaming at www.taowargaming.com Check out more earVVyrm podcasts at www.earvvyrm.com
Safer Smart Labels, società di cui Lisa Rita Magnaghi è Chief Operating Officer, ha ideato un innovativo sistema di etichette intelligenti per conoscere lo stato di conservazione in tempo reale di prodotti da banco come pesce e carne. Gianpiero Calzolari, presidente di Granarolo, spiega quali misure possa adottare l'industria del latte per ridurre gli sprechi e come si possa allungare la data di scadenza dei latticini. Il sistema di etichetta Nutri-Score per gli alimenti è tornato recentemente sul banco degli imputati per una proposta del suo ideatore francese sugli alcolici: sentiamo cosa ne pensa Mauro Serafini, professore di Scienze Tecniche e Dietetiche Applicate dell'Università degli Studi di Teramo. L'etichetta a tavola non significa solo galateo, ma anche abbinamento tra piatti, rispetto nella scelta delle pietanze in base ai gusti dei commensali: ne parliamo con Barbara Ronchi della Rocca, giornalista, esperta di buone maniere e autrice di diversi libri sul tema.
Gianluca Barbera"L'ultima notte di Raul Gardini"Il giallo di TangentopoliChiareletterehttps://www.chiarelettere.it/Se l'avessi fatto arrestare quella stessa notte sarebbe ancora qui con noi. È stato questo il mio errore” disse Antonio Di Pietro.“Detto così, suona strano. Se ne rende conto?” rispose Marco Rocca.“Perché? Io so solo che quella doveva essere una giornata decisiva per Mani Pulite. Purtroppo non è mai cominciata.” Una grande storia italiana raccontata come un giallo pieno di colpi di scena.Una potente saga famigliare che narra l'ascesa, il successo e la caduta dei Ferruzzi.La morte mai del tutto chiarita di un corsaro della finanza, ma soprattutto della vita 23 luglio 1993. Raul Gardini, a capo di un impero finanziario con ramificazioni in tutto il mondo, personaggio discusso e carismatico, grande velista, viene trovato in un lago di sangue nella sua camera da letto a Palazzo Belgioioso, nel cuore della Milano degli affari. Un colpo alla tempia, sparato da distanza ravvicinata. Omicidio o suicidio? Da tempo aveva il fiato sul collo dei magistrati, forse stava per essere arrestato. Molte cose però non tornano. In troppi hanno tratto beneficio dalla sua improvvisa uscita di scena. Tanto più che quella stessa mattina Gardini avrebbe dovuto recarsi in procura per essere ascoltato dal pm Antonio Di Pietro riguardo alla madre di tutte le tangenti, la maxitangente Enimont, autentica spada di Damocle sospesa sull'intera classe politica italiana.Mentre il paese trema travolto dagli scandali, la magistratura sembra intenzionata a chiudere il caso velocemente, con un verdetto – suicidio – che lascia troppi dettagli senza spiegazione. Una soluzione che non può accontentare il giornalista d'inchiesta Marco Rocca, protagonista di questo romanzo che attraversa gli anni di Tangentopoli e della Prima repubblica consegnando per la prima volta al lettore la parabola di una dinastia, quella dei Ferruzzi, a lungo seconda solo agli Agnelli per ricchezza e prestigio internazionale.Per conto di un importante quotidiano, Rocca segue da vicino l'affaire Enimont. L'inchiesta lo condurrà lungo un sentiero pericoloso, tra le ambiguità e le omertà dei vari protagonisti, minacce anonime, attentati alla sua vita e troppi fantasmi del passato che a poco a poco riaffiorano alimentando nuovi sospetti e misteri. Un'indagine labirintica per giungere a una verità inaspettata e clamorosa.Un giallo i cui protagonisti sono stati per anni al centro della cronaca, da Enrico Cuccia ad Antonio Di Pietro, e ancora Bettino Craxi, Giulio Andreotti, Carlo Sama, Sergio Cusani, Luigi Bisignani, Gabriele Cagliari e moltissimi altri. Uno snodo decisivo e indimenticabile della storia italiana raccontato come nessuno aveva fatto prima. Gianluca Barbera è nato a Reggio Emilia nel 1965 e vive tra Siena e Venezia. Collabora con le pagine culturali de “il Giornale”. Ha lavorato per anni in campo editoriale e ha pubblicato racconti su riviste e in antologie, oltre a diversi romanzi, tra cui ricordiamo Magellano (2018) e Marco Polo (2019), entrambi editi da Castelvecchi e vincitori di numerosi premi. Per Solferino ha scritto Il viaggio dei viaggi (2020) e Mediterraneo (2021). I suoi libri sono tradotti in varie lingue. L'ultima notte di Raul Gardini è stato opzionato dalla casa di produzione Mompracem (Manetti Bros., Carlo Macchitella, Beta Film) per la trasposizione in una serie televisiva.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/
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