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Entrepreneurship is about PASSION! In this new entrepreneur episode (that you guys have been LOVING!), we're talking about finding your unique purpose as an entrepreneur! It's about finding and clarifying that ONE good idea that's going to break you into your entrepreneur journey. We're talking about passion, unique service, and how you can shift the landscape of your world, even just a little. It all starts with that one single good idea that you can leverage with passion and excitement. Book a Discovery Call Visit the Creative Studio Thank You for Listening to the Do the Damn Thing Podcast with Lauren L'Heureux, a branch of the La.Rue Brand. For more Intentional Living content, visit La.Rue and Subscribe for updates on all future content. Want to live a more Intentionally Designed Life? Purchase our Intentional Living Products, Here. Until Next Time, Lauren.
The Golden Girls series of Celebrity Spotlight reaches the penultimate episode with Rue McClanahan! Listen as Shelley talks (and rages) about the history and inaccuracies Rue gave about her life. Drop your kid off with your parents, get your sex rating scale out and enjoy!
Guts est un beatmaker et producteur français de hip-hop et de funk. Il est aussi connu sous le nom du Gutsy, sous ce pseudonyme il faisait partie des membres fondateurs d'Alliance Ethnik, dont il a assuré la production. Alliance Ethnik est un groupe de hip-hop français composé de 7 membres, formé en 1990 et qui a existé jusqu'en 1999. Ils sont inspirés par la funk et par les tendances américaines new-yorkaises et de la West Coast, ils ont sorti deux albums ensemble. Guts a aussi travaillé avec Big Red de Raggasonics, les Svinkels, les Sages Poètes de la Rue, Common, De La Soul ou encore Rahzel des Roots. Après sa participation à la production du groupe, il part s'installer à Ibiza et entame sa carrière solo en 2007. Il vient de sortir son 7ème album “Estrellas” (Heavenly Sweetness). Ce triple vynile a été enregistré à Dakar, il réunit des artistes cubains, africains et français, offrant ainsi un mélange de sonorités aussi bien rap, qu'afrosoul, jazz et bien sûr cubaines. Il a aussi réalisé un documentaire sur les coulisses de l'enregistrement de l'album. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
durée : 00:58:26 - Concordance des temps - par : Jean-Noël Jeanneney - Depuis l'Antiquité, parce qu'elle est naturellement un théâtre de la vie collective, la rue n'a jamais cessé d'être un enjeu disputé. Claude Gauvard explore, au ras du pavé, cette histoire inédite de la rue politique, culturelle, artistique et sociale. - invités : Claude Gauvard Historienne, professeure émérite à l'Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, spécialiste d'histoire politique, sociale et judiciaire du Moyen Âge
durée : 00:54:30 - Affaires sensibles - par : Fabrice Drouelle - Aujourd'hui dans Affaires Sensibles, l'effondrement des immeubles de la rue d'Aubagne à Marseille en 2018 ou la chronique d'une catastrophe annoncée.
Want to improve your FTP? Then you better start focusing on your MAP (Maximal Aerobic Power). After exploring the science of MAP, including why you ought to choose your parents well, Neal and Mac explain why this aspect of your 4DP delivers such fantastic rewards when you work on developing it. To help you get started on that, they also share some of their favorite SYSTM workouts for building MAP. Nine Hammers or Rue the Day, anyone?**Learn more:**https://www.wahoofitness.com/blog/why_focusing_on_ftp-is_making_you_slower/**Try the SYSTM Training App free for 14 days.**https://www.wahoofitness.com/systm/getting-startedHave questions? Please ask us here! https://wahoox.forum.wahoofitness.com/t/new-knowledge-episode-understanding-4dp-pt-3-maximal-aerobic-power/20294
The time has come for the NEW YEAR content! 2023 is just around the corner, and I want to help you set yourself up for great success! The New Year doesn't have to be this scary and daunting feeling. When we live intentionally and practice intentionality, the New Year is an OPPORTUNITY for a NEW adventure! In today's episode, I'm talking about ways I plan to be intentional in the new year and an exercise we can all practice to set us up for success in 2023! Book a Discovery Call Visit the Creative Studio Thank You for Listening to the Do the Damn Thing Podcast with Lauren L'Heureux, a branch of the La.Rue Brand. For more Intentional Living content, visit La.Rue and Subscribe for updates on all future content. Want to live a more Intentionally Designed Life? Purchase our Intentional Living Products, Here. Until Next Time, Lauren.
A little different take on "true crime" this week in Bettina's story. She shares about the "religion-less teacher" who leads with his religious teachings...Rajneesh. He led by a vow of silence in his Rolls-Royce driving down the streets of the little city his followers created, Rajneeshpuram in Oregon. With his devout followers, laughing and crying meditations, sex, and the color red Rajneesh and his "right hand woman" Sheela, changed the little town of Antelope, Oregon forever! Beth takes her paranormal story to the coast of Oregon - to Heceta Head. Where there's the most picturesque bed and breakfast and Lighthouse that's "haunted" by a ghost named Rue? Cheers to our listeners! Want more Hangover? Want to join Patreon? check this out: https://linktr.ee/Killer.Hangover.Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/killerhangoverpodcast/message
Salut à vous, Si vous êtes en pleine crise existentielle, ce livre est fait pour vous. La libraire qui me l'a conseillé ne savait pas où le ranger : en poésie, en philosophie, en nature, en développement personnel... C'est notamment ce qui rend ce petit livre si savoureux, il appartient à la catégorie des "inclassables". L'auteur, Tony Durand, s'interroge et fantasme sur son Devenir chevreuil, à savoir quel chevreuil il serait, et surtout comment s'y prendre pour le devenir. En le lisant, nous rêvons aussi de l'être, et même si le processus est long, il y a fort à parier qu'il en vaut la peine. Le livre a paru chez Rue de l'échiquier, partez à sa recherche. Bonne écoute !
How do you know when you've manifested your dream life? Is it a feeling? Is it a certain piece of success? What if manifesting your dream life was a culmination of everything?— Happiness, joy, success, and love. Manifesting a chapter of your dream life means living intentionally, feeling happy, and accomplished each day, no matter the day. Today, we're talking about how to manifest by staying true to your identity. Book a Discovery Call Visit the Creative Studio Thank You for Listening to the Do the Damn Thing Podcast with Lauren L'Heureux, a branch of the La.Rue Brand. For more Intentional Living content, visit La.Rue and Subscribe for updates on all future content. Want to live a more Intentionally Designed Life? Purchase our Intentional Living Products, Here. Until Next Time, Lauren.
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
Rue founded Outdoor Afro as a social enterprise in 2009. The now national not-for-profit celebrates and inspires Black connections and leadership in nature. Headquartered in Oakland, California, Outdoor Afro incorporated as a 501(c)(3) in 2015. Today, the staffed organization includes more than 100 trained volunteer leaders, led and designed by Rue to innovate not-for-profit as movements of change. International cruise line Hurtigruten Expeditions made cruise industry history with the creation of its Black Traveler Advisory Board. Hurtigruten invited Rue to become one of its founding members. Rue took an 18-day Antarctica voyage in February 2022 to help drive change and new opportunities for Black people in the adventure cruise industry, increasing visibility and inclusivity of Black travellers. When Rue shares stories from the land, people of all walks of life listen. She's served on national platforms with congresspeople, outdoor professionals, corporate partners, and global leaders. “Nature Swagger” is Rue's first book by American publisher Chronicle Books. This project is a beautiful combination of breathtaking photos and compelling stories of Black joy in nature. The book releases to the public Nov. 1, 2022. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. You can support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Sign up as a Patron - www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Rue and what she does Living in Northern California Growing up between the city and a ranch Early childhood memories from spending time in nature The importance of hospitality Learning more about her family Having a natural curiosity for the environment The stories that weren't being told Sharing a new narrative of the Black experience The origin story of Outdoor Afro in 2009 Asking herself the question - what does she really want to do? Growing through outdoor experiences Being an early adopter of technology Growing a team of 120 Outdoor Afro Volunteer Leaders The joy of nature and the joy of being outside The importance of remaining a practitioner Her love of the water Spending time in Antarctica The importance of having the right gear Designing a new clothing collaboration with REI REI X Outdoor Afro Wanting to solve problems especially with fit and function Wanting to wear bright colours 2022 and what a year it's been Why Outdoor Afro has been a 13 year overnight success story Writing her book over the past 2 years Book: Nature Swagger Stories and Visions of Black Joy in the Outdoors How to connect with Rue on the Socials Her plans/visions for 2023 Thinking about succession planning for Outdoor Afro Final words of advice Social Media Website ruemapp.com Instagram @ruemapp Facebook @RueMapp Twitter @RueMapp Book: Nature Swagger Stories and Visions of Black Joy in the Outdoors. An exquisite combination of beautiful photography and compelling stories, this book from Outdoor Afro founder, Rue Mapp, celebrates Black joy in nature. Filled with breathtaking photography, inspiring stories, profiles, and spotlights from Outdoor Afro group members, prominent Black leaders in outdoor spaces, and other organizations, this book inspires Black communities to reclaim their place in the natural world. Interspersed throughout are essays from Mapp on the rich history of Black involvement in the outdoors, activism, and conservation, as well as resources for readers who want to deepen their own connection with the elements. A perfect blend of gorgeous photographs, awe-inspiring stories, and Black history, this collection is the perfect gift for anyone looking to heal in these sacred natural spaces. https://www.chroniclebooks.com/products/nature-swagger
durée : 01:15:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Par Henri Spade et Robert Chazal - Avec Robert Lamoureux, Renée Faure, Denise Duval, Georges Brassens, Eddie Constantine, Paul-Emile Deiber, Félix Marten, Jean Raymond et les Garçons de la Rue
Bill and Aaron welcome Rue Mapp, founder and CEO of Outdoor Afro to talk all things outdoors, Rue's recent journey back into hunting and her new book – Nature Swagger. We hear about Rue's early life and how her father, in particular, shaped her connection with the outdoors and how that led her to found Outdoors Afro. We also talk about Black Heritage Hunts, a unique hunting opportunity Rue co-leads in Northern California. Links: Rue Mapp transformed her kitchen table blog into a national nature business and movement. Today, Mapp is founder and CEO of Outdoor Afro. For more than a decade, the not-for-profit organization has continued to celebrate and inspire Black connections and leadership in nature across the United States. Mapp also is an awarded and inspirational leader, speaker, public lands champion, and published author. Her first national book titled “Nature Swagger: Stories and Visions of Black Joy in the Outdoors” releases with American publisher Chronicle Books on Nov. 1, 2022. Mapp also established for-profit enterprise Outdoor Afro, Inc., in 2021 and launched a co-branded hike collection with REI Co-op in September 2022. Mapp became a National Geographic 2019 Fellow, Heinz Awards Honoree, and National Wildlife Federation Communication Award recipient as well. Her work has earned international media attention from Oprah Winfrey, The New York Times, Good Morning America, NPR, NBC's TODAY, Forbes, and currently Netflix's popular series “MeatEater” with Steven Rinella. Follow her adventures @RueMapp across social platforms! Show notes: 4:01 – Aaron introduces Rue. 5:00 – Rue talks about her father and shares some insight into her path of helping people connect to the outdoors. 8:40 – Rue shares what she has been doing outside recently and what she is looking forward to this winter. She also shares the joy of walking her dog and being present. 9:38 – Bill and Aaron share what they have been doing outside recently. 13:16 -- Rue talks about her introduction and connection to hunting. 16:41 -- Rue explores her “Why”. 18:37 -- She is doing it all. Rue chats about being a hunter who enjoys pursuing all types of game. 23:27 -- Rue makes the connection between regarding her work and turkey hunt with MeatEater. 30:16 – Rue talks about her organization, “Outdoor Afro”. 36:00 – Short break for a message from our partner podcast, Artemis Sportswomen! Be sure to subscribe to their podcast follow them on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. 38:17 -- Rue reflects on diversity in the hunting community. 40:35 -- How “Outdoor Afro” operates around the country. 46:00 – Community, support networks and making an impact through digital media and outreach. 48:29 -- Are we always going to need affinity group organizations? 50:38 -- Rue talks about “Black Heritage Hunts”. 54:55 – Who comes to these events? (Anyone is welcome to join!) 57:07 – Rue talks about her first book, Nature Swagger. It's available now! 1:00:34 -- Aaron asks, “What was it at this moment that you said, you know I'm going to tell some of these stories, I'm going to bring these folks together, I'm going to tell these now?” 1:03:59 – “There's no book like it that has been written before.” 1:07:36 -- Rue shares her thoughts and advice on the journey of Diversity Equity Inclusive and Environmental Justice efforts for the National Wildlife Federation. “Make new friends, nothing happens faster than the speed of relationships.” 1:12:24 – Closing statements.
We experience two different types of anxiety (in my opinion). One: Anxiety about something we've experienced in the past with emotions we still hold onto. Or two: Anxiety about something that could potentially happen in the future. However, both of these types of anxieties are rooted in emotions: fear, doubt, anger, etc. On today's podcast ep., we're talking about these anxieties and how I believe EFT will help you clear these emotions. Book a Discovery Call Visit the Creative Studio Thank You for Listening to the Do the Damn Thing Podcast with Lauren L'Heureux, a branch of the La.Rue Brand. For more Intentional Living content, visit La.Rue and Subscribe for updates on all future content. Want to live a more Intentionally Designed Life? Purchase our Intentional Living Products, Here. Until Next Time, Lauren.
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The ladies present a world of horror just in time for Halloween. Special guest Cranberry talks about his upcoming No-Nut November, and Jen has frightened herself while researching ghosts caught on tape. Carol proves that she truly is a horror movie aficionado and is only scared of people-sized things. It's beautiful when two serial killers find love, and also, what is trapped in Rue's tail. Be sure to check out our show notes and links at momswipesleft.com.
Randy was a military brat, so he lived all over the world. He lived in the Philippines, Italy, Spain, Portugal, California, and Hawaii where his late father was from. Which means he had exposure to different countries and cultures all his life.When they were living in Italy, Randy's father went to culinary school and became a pastry chef. He worked independently and we continued to travel around the world.After high school, he had no interest in cooking, so he went to college which led him to a career in Clinical Psychology. He tried working in the clinical field but hated it. So he went into a staff position in HR and created programs for learning/development and diversity programs until I retired in 2002.Circa 1980's he decided to go to SF Culinary school as a hobby during my down times. It was in his DNA. When he retired in 2002, he ran a cooking club that included cooking demos as well as bringing in other "cooks" and local Chefs to share family recipes and/or provide cooking demos. He helped Chefs develop menus, took part in wine and food pairing events, wrote restaurant reviews, assisted in test kitchens creating recipes, and even catered a few weddings—all short-lived endeavors. His husband and he have been together 45 years and made it a point to travel at minimum once a year. Their philosophy was to travel to places while still young and able-bodied. So they went to places like Antarctica, walked safaris through Africa, and hiked the jungles of Indonesia and New Guinea. But living part-time in Paris gives them an excellent opportunity to make short hops to Barcelona for the week-end, or Switzerland. In fact, they just returned from London, Barcelona, and Deauville. In the past month alone. When they retired in 2002, they found themselves living a routine life and decided in 2008 to move to Paris, part-time. Primarily so his husband can experience what I had and also learn another language. And, he turned my food knowledge into writing reviews of restaurants in Paris for people visiting. He has his own blog www.parismissive.blogspot.com He makes no money from it, I just do it as a hobby. They have been splitting their time between Paris and CA going on for 15 years. He loves his lifestyle and is thankful every day. He would guess in about 10 years they'll settle down, but for now, they'll continue doing what we do best. Paris, France's capital, is a major European city and a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy, and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. Beyond such landmarks as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century, Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral, the city is known for its cafe culture and designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Area: 40.7 mi²Elevation: 115If you enjoy these podcasts, please make a donation by clicking the coffee cup on any page of our website www.wheredogaysretire.com. Each cup of coffee costs $5 and goes towards bringing you these podcasts in the future.
歡迎留言告訴我們你對這一集的想法： https://open.firstory.me/user/cl81kivnk00dn01wffhwxdg2s/comments 每日英語跟讀 Ep.K460: About Paris - The Parisian cat hotel that's feline fairly full Much as they enjoyed their cats'company during two years of coronavirus lockdown, Parisians have enthusiastically taken up travel again if the reservation register at one Paris cat hotel is anything to go by. 如果巴黎一家貓旅館的預定登記本上有可供判斷的事情的話，那就是巴黎人又熱情擁抱旅行了，雖然冠狀病毒疫情封鎖的兩年期間，他們喜愛貓咪的陪伴。 At the Arbre a Chats (Cats' Tree) hotel, prospective guests need to reserve well ahead, as all its 24 “contemporary and comfortable” cubicles are fully booked — although cats who know one another can double up and share a room. 在貓之樹旅館，想入住的賓客都老早預定，因為旅館所有24間「現代且舒服」的小房間都預定一空，雖然相熟的貓咪可以睡在一起，共享一間房。 “Unlike last year, this year we were fully booked for August from the end of February,” hotel owner Veronica Colson said. 「和去年不一樣的是，今年我們從2月底開始，8月份的預定就已經滿了」，旅館老闆薇蘿妮卡．柯爾森說。 With cats snoozing on couches, sitting high up in the tree-shaped wooden climbing structure in the center, or observing street life from a ledge by the window, the hotel is in full swing as cat owners rediscover the pleasure of travel. 貓咪有的在沙發上打盹，有的坐在中間的樹木形狀的木頭攀爬結構的高處，有的在窗邊的壁架上觀察街頭生活，因為貓主人們重新發現了旅遊的樂趣，這間旅館的生意正如火如荼。 Next Article Paris gets sausages and steaks 24/7 from vending machine 巴黎販賣機全天候販售香腸和牛排 With their beloved baguette already available 24 hours a day, it seems only logical that Parisians can now get the Bayonne ham and Basque pate that goes so well with the bread from the first meat vending machine installed in the French capital. 巴黎人鍾愛的棍子麵包一天24小時都有供應，而現在，和棍子麵包非常搭的巴約納火腿和Basque pate，可在巴黎首台肉品販賣機買得到，似乎也滿合理的。 In a city filled with small shops where long lunches remain a crucial part of the French "art de vivre," the gleaming red machine set up on the lively Rue de Charonne in eastern Paris seems a bit incongruous. 在一個小商店林立、午餐慢慢吃仍是法式「生活藝術」重要環節的城市，這台光鮮亮麗的紅色機器現身巴黎東區生氣勃勃的夏洪尼路，看起來有點不搭軋。 The area has at least two dozen butcher's shops and no shortage of meat, but that didn't deter the owners of one of those shops from investing 40,000 euros（$45,000）to set up their project, selling vacuum-packed meat from the refrigerated machine. 這個區域至少有24家肉鋪，沒有肉品短缺的問題，但其中一家店的老闆並未因此卻步，仍投入4萬歐元（約4萬5000美元）擬定計畫，從這台有冷藏功能的機器販售真空包裝肉品。 From their machine, which takes cash or credit cards, customers can also get a large choice of traditional delicatessen including duck confit and beef carpaccio. There are also faux-filet steaks on display, priced at 34 euros per kilogram. 他們的機器收現金也收信用卡，顧客也能買到許多傳統熟食，包括油封鴨和義式生牛肉，還有沙朗牛排，每公斤要價34歐元。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1547057 ; https://news.ltn.com.tw/news/world/paper/971715 Powered by Firstory Hosting
Every so often, it's important for us to circle back to the entire meaning behind La.Rue, and what it means to live intentionally. This week on the podcast, I'm revisiting our central conversation post-re-launch of La.Rue. Because just like the new introduction says, it's about MORE than just being happy. And this week, we're talking about how you can begin that journey. Book a Discovery Call Visit the Creative Studio Thank You for Listening to the Do the Damn Thing Podcast with Lauren L'Heureux, a branch of the La.Rue Brand. For more Intentional Living content, visit La.Rue and Subscribe for updates on all future content. Want to live a more Intentionally Designed Life? Purchase our Intentional Living Products, Here. Until Next Time, Lauren.
On Episode 121: Life on the Lakes, we speak with Rue Denton, Owner of Living Water Boat Cruises. Rue tells us about growing up on the Chain of Lakes, the amazing offerings they have at Living Water Boat Cruises, the incredible wildlife on the lakes and more.
durée : 00:29:20 - Les Pieds sur terre - par : Sonia Kronlund - Près des distributeurs, sur le parvis de la gare de Reims, dans les rues de Marseille, Paris, Lyon ou Annecy, seul.e.s, avec leur chien ou leur bébé, ils et elles font la manche depuis quelques mois ou plusieurs années, par choix ou par nécessité. Raymond, Philippe, José et Fiona racontent.
Check out our show notes from episode 14 of The Moveable Feast:Grazie Nonna: 1100 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20005Little Chicken: 1100 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20005Le Bistrot d'Abel: 49 Rue de la Bourse 47, 69002 Lyon, FranceSenti Restaurant: 3473 Butler St, Pittsburgh, PA 15201Follow us on Twitter at @MoveFeastPod and on Instagram at @MoveableFeastPod. A big thank you to our producer Claude Jennings and our art director Ryan Harrison.
La.Rue has just passed the TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY of it's launch. To mark that milestone, I took the entire La.Rue brand through a re-branding and re-launch to mark it's success. In today's ep., I'm taking you through the re-branding process and sharing why it's an honor to be in a position to re-launch your brand. Visit La.Rue Visit the Creative Studio Thanks for listening to the podcast. To all of you beautiful souls out there, you're doing amazing, and you're showing up.
Welcome to the latest edition of the official Talking Pictures TV podcast This week featuring movies starring Sylvia Syms, Dirk Bogarde, Richard Attenborough and Danny la Rue and with music from Cilla Black and Frank Sinatra. Who said variety was dead eh...?
Check out our show notes from episode 13 of The Moveable Feast:The Pig & The Sprout: 1900 Chestnut Pl, Denver, CO 80202La Robe Rouge: Le Four à chaux, 69910 Villié-Morgon, FranceLes Caves Saint Charles: 10 Rue des Papes, 84230 Châteauneuf-du-Pape, FranceLa Cave du Golfe: 3 Pl. aux Herbes, 83990 Saint-Tropez, FranceFollow us on Twitter at @MoveFeastPod and on Instagram at @MoveableFeastPod. A big thank you to our producer Claude Jennings and our art director Ryan Harrison.
We're BACK with a deep convo on the Do the Damn Thing Podcast! This week, we're talking about how to "Zoom Out" to gain a little perspective. We're constantly trying to move beyond the moment we're in; instead, we need to get comfortable and remain present. When we stay present, we expand in our lives RIGHT NOW, showing us how far we've come and where we're capable of going. If you're interested in donating to the Florida Disaster Relief Fund, you can do so HERE! And Thank you! Book a Discovery Call Visit the Creative Studio Thank You for Listening to the Do the Damn Thing Podcast with Lauren L'Heureux, a branch of the La.Rue Brand. For more Intentional Living content, visit La.Rue and Subscribe for updates on all future content. Want to live a more Intentionally Designed Life? Purchase our Intentional Living Products, Here. Until Next Time, Lauren.
April 30 - May 6, 1988 This week Ken welcomes the other half of the Boss Bitches podcast, writer, actor, comedian Kirsten O'Brien. Ken and Kirsten discuss Ken mispronouncing her name, growing up in Scituate, FSU, being a dancer, moving to Florida because your Dad needs to flee the sigma of organized crime, bookies, living in NYC, having your family be funnier than you, Bill Burr, 1988, The Golden Girls, Dr. Ruth, Ethical Sluts, Betty White and Rue swapping roles, HIV, AIDS on TV, Very Special Episodes, TWA Hostages, the TWA Hotel, being hired to do atmosphere acting, vintage clothes, smoking, Benson and Hedges, weird swingers, eating off brand Slim Jims, being sex positive, awful dude comedians, Dolly Parton's Variety Show, Sonny and Cher, showgirls, how amazing Cassandra Peterson is, Mae West, Jennifer Love Hewitt, "Let's Go Bang", loving stand up, The Star Wars Holiday Special, Wookie Porn, living in the same neighborhood as Dr. Ruth, the Golden Girls cafe, Washington Heights, Emma: Queen of the South Seas, Skinimax, satellite dishes, Just the Ten of Us, Loni Anderson, hating the Kardashians, Pamela Anderson, sex tapes, Pee Wee Herman, Mr. Rogers, In Living Color's The Head Detective, renting video tapes, and loving Drew Barrymore.
durée : 00:59:43 - Cabaret 42e rue : La nouvelle vague des Cabarets - par : Laurent Valière - Avec « Le Cabaret de Poussière » de Martin Dust et le Cabaret « Le Secret » de Jérôme Marin. En direct du Carreau du Temple - réalisé par : Fabien Fleurat
durée : 00:05:53 - Sous les radars - par : Sébastien LAUGENIE - Au 18e jour de la contestation, la répression se concentre sur les campus, notamment à Téhéran, où les forces de sécurité ont fait une descente brutale. Mais la révolte commence à gagner des élèves du secondaire
durée : 00:05:53 - Sous les radars - par : Sébastien LAUGENIE - Au 18e jour de la contestation, la répression se concentre sur les campus, notamment à Téhéran, où les forces de sécurité ont fait une descente brutale. Mais la révolte commence à gagner des élèves du secondaire
For the last several weeks, I've been having this re-occurring and very traumatic nightmare. It's gotten to the point where I feel anxious about going to bed because I'm scared to have the dream. A few nights before recording this podcast, I took to my Instagram story for some advice. This week, I'm sharing the impact of this nightmare and how I plan on changing it with some great advice I've received. Book a Discovery Call Visit the Creative Studio Thank You for Listening to the Do the Damn Thing Podcast with Lauren L'Heureux, a branch of the La.Rue Brand. For more Intentional Living content, visit La.Rue and Subscribe for updates on all future content. Want to live a more Intentionally Designed Life? Purchase our Intentional Living Products, Here. Until Next Time, Lauren.
In this episode of Welcome To The Party Pal hosts Michael Shields and Ryan O' Connell set forth to answer one of the most impossible questions in television: Who is the greatest HBO character of all time? Basing their conversation on an article written by Ryan O' Connell at BroBible titled, "Who Is The Greatest HBO Character of All Time? We Set Up A Massive Battle Royale To Figure Out The G.O.A.T," the two overly prepared hosts analyze all the characters who have inhabited the programs of arguably the premiere television network ever. Does the cream of the crop hail from The Wire (Omar? / Bubbles? / McNulty?), Game of Thrones (Daenerys? / Cersei?), or perhaps one of HBO's most heralded comedies (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Veep, Eastbound & Down)? Find out in an episode that offers a definitive answer to this pressing question. Beyond getting to the bottom of the best of the best, Michael and Ryan go on to tip their hat to a few notable Honorable Mentions, and then discuss some Future Stars from the rookie class (Rue from Euphoria / Kendall from Succession / etc.) that could one day be in the running for the top spot. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode we talk about a list of 20 or so herbs that you absolutely need in your apothecary for an "end of the world" scenario. What do you do when you can't get to the hospital. What if the medical system doesn't exist anymore? Or maybe more simply, what happens if you have something you need to treat and there's no time to get to a medical facility? Grab a notebook and pencil, you'll want to write this info down. Join the Homestead Herbalist membership and courses here -- https://amy-fewell.teachable.com Follow me online at https://thefewellhomestead.com HERBS FROM THIS VIDEO -- Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) Astragalus (astragalus membranacus) Oats (Avena Sativa) Cayenne (capsicum annum) Balmony (Chelone glabra) Fringe Tree (Chionanthus virginicus) Hawthorn (crataegus laevigata) Ecihinacea (purpurea or angustifolia) Ephedra (ephedra Sinica or equivalent) Eyebright (euphrasia officinalis) Meadowsweet (filipendula ulmaria) Goat's Rue (galega officinalis) Lobelia (Lobelia inflata) German Chamomile (matricaria recutita) Poke (Root -- Phytolacca americana) Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) White Willow (Salix aeba) Black Elder (sambucus nigra) Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) Nettle (Urtica dioica) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amy-fewell/support
Interweaving her skills in photography, sculpture, writing, design, and history, Alyssa Thorne is creating still life compositions that will transport you to other worlds. Her photographs are heavy with symbolism, rich colors, duality, and flowers. Historical still lives have a language of symbolism that is easily decoded with a bit of knowledge. Alyssa is passionate about teaching this language and shares a little “Still Life Appreciation 101” in this episode. Still lives can document anything from trade routes to warnings that earthly pleasures will fade away. Alyssa's work is heavy in symbolism. She uses butterflies and moths to symbolize transformation. The skull is an obvious symbol of death. She doesn't see it as creepy; it's an educational tool. A burning candle stands for life and one that has been snuffed out represents death. Her writing cannot be separated from her photos. Each has an artist statement that explains the story and symbolism of the piece. However, Alyssa welcomes all viewers to apply their own stories to her work. Every piece of her work is a portal to another world. Sometimes the work will have an actual window or doorway in it, and other times the photo itself is the portal. Death is a recurring theme in her work. She uses art as a tool for processing grief. She is honored to be part of the death positive movement. She finds the more she expresses death in art, the less she fears it. While she's still goth, she doesn't dress that way anymore. She found the more she put grief into her work, the more she wanted to wear pink and fairytale type clothes. Alyssa gave us a peek into her process. Once an idea pops into her head, she'll research and plan the story. Next, she gathers props from her extensive collection. If she needs new props, she contacts one of her antique friends. Once everything is together, she shoots the work, using only natural lighting. Editing takes 3-12 hours and consists of using a digital paint brush to bring out the desired colors. Alyssa encourages ALL of us to try the art of still life. You don't need to be skilled or a professional to use it to document an event or tell a story. She suggests starting out by watching some natural lighting tutorials on YouTube. Grab some posterboards and most important of all, HAVE FUN. Mentions: Antique Dealer Roses and Rue: https://www.instagram.com/rosesandrueantiques/ Artist Elisa Vita: https://elisavita.com/ Author Lyndall Clipstone: https://lyndallclipstone.com/ Author Sarah Elizabeth: https://unquietthings.com/ Dark décor of Star Strung Manor: https://starstrung.com/ Paper butterflies and moths: https://www.moth-and-myth.com/ Visit her at her web site: https://alyssathorne.co/
Et si vous n'aviez pas de problème ? Vous êtes-vous déjà posé la question ? Et si finalement, avec tout ce développement personnel, on se créait et on s'inventait des problèmes au lieu d'en supprimer ? Ce podcast te permet de : ✨ Apprendre à te foutre la paix ✨ Apprendre à renouer avec ton humanité ✨ Te donner des clés pour enlever des couches de l'oignon plutôt que d'en ajouter ✨ Prendre du recul sur ce qu'il se passe vraiment dans ta vie (challenges, expérimentations, prises de conscience) et de RESPIRER BELLE ÉCOUTE
If you're a fellow control geek (we're not freaks, lol), then you know just how hard it is not knowing you're own timeline. When we're going through a difficult or stuck time, one of the most frustrating things is not knowing how long this period will last. Will it be a month? A year? We never know, and we never will. And because of this uncertainty, we must surrender to our timelines and learn to EMBRACE THE STUCK. In this episode, I'm sharing how both myself and my dear friend Jess have learned/ are learning to embrace the stuck and live in the moment. Book a Discovery Call Visit the Creative Studio Thank You for Listening to the Do the Damn Thing Podcast with Lauren L'Heureux, a branch of the La.Rue Brand. For more Intentional Living content, visit La.Rue and Subscribe for updates on all future content. Want to live a more Intentionally Designed Life? Purchase our Intentional Living Products, Here. Until Next Time, Lauren.
durée : 00:40:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - "Entre chien et loup : Les graffitistes" est une série de quatre documentaires sur l'émergence du Street art à Paris au début des années 80. Dans le dernier volet les auditeurs partagent le temps de trois graffiteurs en plein travail rue Saint-Denis à Paris.
Quelle est l'importance de notre passé ? Qu'est-ce qui compte vraiment ? Peut-on ré-écrire notre passé et comment interpréter ce que l'on a vécu ? Ce podcast te permet de : ✨ Comprendre à quel point ton passé compte et influe sur ton présent ✨ Mettre de la conscience sur la manière dont tu as interprété ton passé ✨ Apprendre à comprendre les croyances qui se sont construites par rapport à ton vécu ✨ Déconstruire tes programmes inconscients ✨ Sortir du statut de victime, des schémas répétitifs, des biais de l'égo, des focalisations afin de reprendre le pouvoir sur ta vie ✨ Adopter un nouvel angle de vue pour transformer ta vie BELLE ÉCOUTE
Check out our show notes from episode 11 of The Moveable Feast:Giant: 3209 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60647Birdhouse: 711 Henry Ave, Charlottesville, VA 22903Crush Pad Wines: 118 W Main St, Charlottesville, VA 22902Grand Cœur: 41 Rue du Temple, 75004 Paris, FranceGlou: 101 Rue Vieille-du-Temple, 75003 Paris, FranceJaja: 3 Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, 75004 Paris, FranceFollow us on Twitter at @MoveFeastPod and on Instagram at @MoveableFeastPod. A big thank you to our producer Claude Jennings and our art director Ryan Harrison.
Rue Mapp of Outdoor Afro - Modern Carnivore Podcast - (EP:045) In this episode of the Modern Carnivore Podcast, Mark is joined by Rue Mapp who is the founder of Outdoor Afro. Rue has a forthcoming book titled Nature Swagger. You can find it on Amazon, or anywhere that books are sold. The Outdoor Afro mission states that they "...celebrate(s) and inspire(s) Black connections and leadership in nature". Since she was a young girl Rue has loved being in the outdoors. Her father had a ranch north of Oakland, CA where he would hunt, fish and invite others to stay with the family and celebrate life. She continues her own outdoor adventures as an adult with a spirit of hospitality that she learned from her father. Life also has her venturing down new paths and recently she began hunting with outings alongside Holly Heyser from the Center for Humans and Nature as well as our friend Janis Putelis from Meateater. Since the recording of this episode she has also collaborated with tennis star Venus Williams and announced a new clothing line in partnership with REI. So, to say that Rue is busy these days is an understatement. We hope you enjoy this episode of the Modern Carnivore Podcast, and we're sure you'll see a lot more of Rue Mapp in the coming years. Rue Mapp, Founder of Outdoor Afro Other Posts You May Like https://modcarn.com/diversity-in-hunting-modern-carnivore-podcast-ep014/ https://modcarn.com/david-chang-of-brown-folks-fishing-outdoor-feast-podcast-ep009/ https://modcarn.com/elba-gas-station/
In this episode, we hear from Señora Iris Brown of Loíza, Puerto Rico, who grew up learning to cook and use herbs from her grandmother and the strong women of her hometown. She came to New York in 1967 for economic reasons, and moved to Philadelphia in 1970 when she fell in love with the back yards here. She said “I saw the possibilities of planting flowers, hanging a hammock, and looking at the stars!!” In the 1980s, she and her friend Tomasita Romero co-founded Grupo Motivos, a collective of Puerto Rican women that worked with West Kensington residents to establish the historic and award-winning Norris Square gardens on many blighted, vacant properties that had been used for selling drugs. Now part of Norris Square Neighborhood Project, these spaces are filled with life and beauty and Puerto Rican culture. SEED STORIES TOLD IN THIS EPISODE: Northern Adapted Pigeon Peas (Gandules) Aji Dulce (Seasoning Pepper) For a more complete list, see bottom of page MORE INFO FROM THIS EPISODE: Please Support Hurricane Relief in Loíza, PR: Taller Salud Resources and organizations mentioned: Norris Square Neighborhood Project (NSNP) NSNP: Instagram; Facebook; Web Documentary: Grupo Motivos presents: Villa Africana Colobó (Vimeo) Cookbook: El burén de Lula Reference book: Earth And Spirit: Medicinal Plants And Healing Lore From Puerto Rico by Maria Benedetti ABOUT: Seeds And Their People is a radio show where we feature seed stories told by the people who truly love them. Hosted by Owen Taylor of Truelove Seeds and Chris Bolden-Newsome of Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram's Garden. trueloveseeds.com/blogs/satpradio SUPPORT OUR PATREON! Become a monthly Patreon supporter! This will better allow us to take the time to record, edit, and share seed stories like these. FIND OWEN HERE: Truelove Seeds Facebook | Tumblr | Instagram | Twitter FIND CHRIS HERE: Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram's Garden THANKS TO: Iris Brown Norris Square Neighborhood Project Luz Maria Orozco Akoth Tutu Maebh Aguilar Tania María Ríos Marrero and Grimaldi Baez SEED STORIES TOLD IN THIS EPISODE (CONTINUED): Oregano de Puerto Rico (Lippia micromera) Avocado, Aguacate (Persea americana) Papaya, Lechosa (Carica papaya) Annatto, Achiote (Bixa orellana) Vicks (Plectranthus tometosa) Leren (Goeppertia allovia) Red-Stemmed Yuca, Cassava (Manihot esculenta) Mother of Millions (Kalanchoe daigremontiana) Rue, Ruda (Ruta graveolens) Basil, Abahaca (Ocimum basilicum) Lemongrass, Limoncillo (Cymbopogon citratus) Life Plant, Oja de Bruja (Kalanchoe pinnatum) Soursop, Guanábana (Annona muricata) Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Plantain, Llantén (Plantago major) Krapao, Thai Holy Basil (Ocimum spp.) Pigeon Peas, Gandules (Cajunus cajun) Aji Dulce, Seasoning Pepper (Capsicum annuum) Peppermint, Menta (Mentha piperita) Ornamental Sweet Potato (Ipomoea batatas) Zinnia (Zinnia elegans) Black Eyed Peas, Frijol de Caritas (Vigna unguiculata) Cleome (Cleome hassleriana) Castor, Higuereta (Ricinus comunis) Coconut, Coco (Cocos nucifera)
Wow this has been a summer to remember. This episode has no theme other than catching everyone up on our life changes including the wedding, mini honeymoon complete with honeymoon drama, and the newest addition to our family: Rue. We hope you enjoy this one!
Rue Mapp spent her youth swimming in creeks and playing on her family's ranch in California. As she got older, Rue explored new ways to get outside and enjoy nature, but she didn't see many other Black people in the outdoor spaces she loved. In 2009, she started a social enterprise called Outdoor Afro. In 2015, Outdoor Afro became a national not-for-profit that celebrates and inspires Black connections and leadership in nature. Now, Outdoor Afro, Inc. is releasing a clothing line in collaboration with REI Co-op that honors the history of Black people in the outdoors and celebrates Black joy.Shop – Outdoor Afro Inc. + REI Co-op Hike CollectionConnect with Rue:WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitter Resources:Outdoor Afro WebsiteOutdoor Afro InstagramListen to:Rue Mapp's 2018 episode
For this episode of The All-Around Adventure Podcast, I'm joined by Rue McKenrick; originator and Executive Director of the American Perimeter Trail. Rue has walked many miles through America's trail systems! He grew up in western Pennsylvania, with the Appalachian Trail running through his backyard. Back in 2003, he walked the entire length Appalachian Trail to complete his first thru-hike. Afterward, he sought out conservation and educational work through several non-profit organizations. Such as the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Outward Bound, the Appalachian Mountain Club, and Ameri-Corp. Over the next several years he would go on to backpack the Triple Crown. Having already completed the Appalachian Trail, the two remaining trails were the Pacific Crest Trail and the Continental Divide Trail. Not long after completing the Triple Crown, Rue came up with the idea of the American Perimeter Trail and its respective conference. Rue started his scouting trek for the trail in Bend, Oregon back in 2019. And has now completed the 12,000 mile loop around the country! In this episode, Rue shares his experiences from his time doing the Triple Crown and while scouting the American Perimeter Trail. He talks about some of the highlights and challenges that he faced while doing long-distance hikes like these. As well as what's in store for the American Perimeter Trail moving forward! To watch the video of our conversation, head over to the All-Around Adventure YouTube channel! Connect with Rue www.americanperimetertrail.org Rue's Instagram APT Instagram Facebook Twitter YouTube Thank you for listening! To hear more great episodes like this one, click here! Also, don't forget to head over to Apple Podcasts and leave us a good review! You can also listen to the podcast on Spotify, Stitcher, and iHeartRadio! And don't forget to follow All-Around Adventure on these social media platforms: Instagram Facebook Twitter YouTube And until next time; be safe, happy travels, and always move forward!
In this episode from our friends at The Limits with Jay Williams, host Jay Williams speaks with Colman Domingo, the ultimate character actor, known for stealing scenes in films like Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Selma and If Beale Street Could Talk. He embodies every character he takes on, most recently earning an Emmy nod for his role as father-figure Ali to Zendaya's Rue on HBO's Euphoria.You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at email@example.com.