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Zen & en bonne santé
Une lampe pour avoir du soleil à la maison

Zen & en bonne santé

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 3:55


Une lampe pour avoir du soleil à la maison

Inside Dance with Taylor & Alex
Artist Coach at The Beatles LOVE & Discussing Queer Women in Dance - Jennifer Muccioli

Inside Dance with Taylor & Alex

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 48:25


This week's guest is the definition of versatility and a class act leader - Jennifer Muccioli! Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, Jen is currently an Artistic Dance Coach at The Beatle's Love by Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas. We dive into the evolution of dance culture as it pertains to female representation and discuss the representation of LGBTQIA+ women in the dance industry. Your hosts kick off the episode by chatting about the importance of kindness in the dance competition world and how social media has impacted the studio culture while at competitions. Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe!SOCIALS:Jennifer Muccioli - @jenmooseOnce Upon A Jeanie - @onceupona_jeanieUs! - @insidedancepodcastAlex - @alexyonkTaylor - @tbradchoreoSupport the show

Empowered Curiosity Podcast
Putting the Dao into Words with BAM Participants Cecily Sailer, Brittany Soleil and Angela Queen

Empowered Curiosity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 86:01


Listen to This Episode If…You are a spiritual entrepreneur who wants to understand more about what Dao means and how it can impact your life, relationships and business. You are interested to know how participants in the Business Alchemist Mentorship (BAM) container have come to learn their Dao, how coming to know it has impacted them, and how it has already begun to change how they approach their own personal journeys in life and business.What You'll Learn in this Episode:How the concepts of Dao and not- Dao can be hard to define, but by trying to put it into words we can expand our understandingHow each person's Dao is nuanced and feels and looks differentHow Dao can create clarity in each step as you walk your pathHow BAM is a safe space for yours to learn and explore your own DaoHow living your Dao has a magnetism that attracts the right people and the right opportunitiesHow the not-Dao has just as much to teach us about ourselves as the DaoYour Speakers:Kat Lee  is an Intimacy + Relationship Coach, host of The Empowered Curiosity Podcast and Creator of The Heart Lab. She guides pattern-breakers to alchemize their emotions and embody their healing journey to cultivate intimacy as a spiritual practice. Kat Lee's Website // InstagramAngela Queen  is a social media and digital marketer that uses her vast knowledge of plant medicine and nutrition, as well as conscious marketing principles to support small business owners & entrepreneurs specializing in holistic products or services.Angela's  InstagramCecily Sailer  is a creative coach who guides writers and artists in reshaping and reclaiming their relationship to creativity. Cecily helps clients bring more magic and possibility into their creative work so they can finish and share projects they LOVE with clarity, passion, and pride. Cecily is also a Tarot reader and founder of Typewriter Tarot - a community where Creative Spirits can explore the intersections of magic and creativity.Cecily's Website//Instagram//PodcastBrittany Soleil  is a Meditation Teacher and Holistic Nutritionist. Brittany is interested in how a meditation practice can be a catalyst in healing your relationship to food and in creating healthier habits.Brittany's Website//InstagramThis podcast is made possible with sound production by Andre Lagace.Original music by Mayan Kites

Your Purposeful Life with Adrian Starks
Let Loose and Clown Around to Become a Better Speaker and Communicator with Don Colliver

Your Purposeful Life with Adrian Starks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 40:14


Episode: 116Today's guest on Your Purposeful Life with Adrian Starks is Former Blue Man and Professional Clown turned Communication Trainer and Pro Speaker, Don Colliver.Join us on this episode as I speak with guest Don Colliver who shares his journey of becoming a blue man and professional clown and then reshaping his purpose to now being a communication trainer and pro speaker helping companies such as Google.  Watch the full video of this episode on our YouTube channel available Saturday January 21st:  https://youtube.com/@adrianstarks

Sports Rehab Experts with Chase Chavez
Erin Connor - Cirque De Soleil, Las Vegas Aces, Wake Forest D1 Sports Fellowship

Sports Rehab Experts with Chase Chavez

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 33:24


Erin Connor, former Wake Forest D1 Sports Fellow and current PT for Cirque de Soleil talks about her time in residency, fellowship, professional basketball, and the performing arts Follow Sports Rehab Experts on social media and all available listening platforms: https://linktr.ee/sportsrehabexperts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sportsrehabexperts/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sportsrehabexp1 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpv1TC9HnfsNX7CU0IovbgQ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sports-rehab-experts/support

LSD, La série documentaire
Les cosmographes, vers l'infini et au-delà 3/4 : Suivez la Voie lactée

LSD, La série documentaire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 57:11


durée : 00:57:11 - LSD, la série documentaire - par : Perrine Kervran, Céline Loozen - La Terre évolue dans un système autour du Soleil, lui-même embarqué dans une structure plus grande : notre galaxie et la Voie lactée. Contemplée depuis des siècles, cette structure s'est révélée au siècle dernier dans sa nébuleuse spirale, jusqu'au trou noir de son cœur.

Very Good Trip
Iggy Pop 1/3 : Un réveil punk hardcore en 2023, sous le soleil d'Iggy Pop

Very Good Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 53:56


durée : 00:53:56 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Ce soir Very Good Trip vous entraîne dans une intense frénésie.

Fil de Science
Observez la comète ZTF, proche de la Terre pour la première fois depuis 50 000 ans

Fil de Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 5:38


Pour cette semaine du 9 janvier : une nouvelle exoplanète, les effets de la retraite sur notre cerveau, un robot sculpteur, des dauphins qui crient et une comète visible à l'œil nu. Bonne écoute et bon week-end !

Ça peut vous arriver
INÉDIT - Leur retraite au soleil est ruinée dans l'émission du 11 janvier

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 2:55


Comme la saison passée, retrouvez en podcast un "teasing" de l'émission du lendemain avec Alain Azhar. Au micro de Capucine Trollion, le rédacteur en chef de "Ça peut vous arriver" vous dévoile certains des cas qui seront abordés par son équipe à l'antenne. Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

LJDS Le Journal Des Stratèges
☀️Et si chaque surface devenait un panneau solaire ? #MIT #soleil #solaire #panneau

LJDS Le Journal Des Stratèges

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 1:32


The Boozebuddy Update
BOOZE NEWS: New RTDs, Best Spots for a Drink, & How To Become A Rummelier

The Boozebuddy Update

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 3:12


New RTDs have arrived. Will you enjoy this new category of RTDs made with water from the distillation process? Bluebird RTD's have a lower ABV of 4% and contain no sugar, imitation flavors, or sweeteners. Three options - vodka and water; Tequila and water; and whiskey and water. They're dropping in NY and Florida, and online in 23 other states. Check them out at https://www.thespiritsbusiness.com/2023/01/bluebird-launches-hard-water-rtds/ A Bucket-List of spots you need to go for a drink. From a Circus-de-Soleil-like spot in Vegas, the longest bar, most historic, and your own private island (practically). Sounds awesome! Check out the list at https://www.winemag.com/2023/01/05/coolest-bars-around-world/ The third story after this - The Boozebuddy Update is brought to you by Green Mountain Payments - helping local business owners save thousands of dollars by providing complimentary credit card processing equipment and zero cost credit card processing. Visit greenmountainpayments.com or posandzero.com today! Become A Rummelier today! Wait, though, what's a Rummelier, it sounds like it could be a made-up word, right? Well, maybe, but it's not stopping the island of St Kitts from offering the program that teaches you all about rum, appreciating, and making rum drinks, and touring two spots on the island. To learn more and book your certification, as long as you're 18+, head to the link https://www.stkittstourism.kn/stay-dine/joys-of-rum Remember to stay safe, drive sober and support the booze that supports your local community. Have a comment, question, or story suggestion? Reach out to me at boozebuddyupdate.com Buy me a Beer and get merch - https://ko-fi.com/boozebuddy Find all the show notes, links and suggest a story at https://BoozebuddyUpdate.com *Affiliate links below* El Gato Retractable Green Screen - https://amzn.to/3gKm4jr LED Streaming Key Light Desktop - https://amzn.to/3TYfV10 GoProHero 10 - https://amzn.to/3N98nGU sE7 Microphone - https://amzn.to/3VVhUoV Audient iD4 Audio Interface - https://amzn.to/3D94jS5 Mic to Interface Cable - https://amzn.to/3sxODDk #theboozebuddyupdate #boozebuddy #boozebuddyupdate #beerindustry #boozenews #booze, #rtd #rtds #hardwater #harddrinks #still #distillation #vodka #tequila #whiskey #bucketlist #exclusive #unique #unmatched #rum #rummelier #stkitts #cocktails #makingcocktails #cocktailsathome the boozebuddy update, beer industry, global news, booze news, RTD, Hard water, Vodka, Tequila, whiskey, bluebird, blue bird, alcohol and water, bucket list, bucketlistable, unique places for a drink, unmatched places, best places for a drink, historic bar, remote bar, longest bar, bars with history, rum, rum drinking, rummelier, st kitts, rum certification, rum tours, rum making, rum maker, --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boozebuddy/support

Ça Se Passe Là-Haut
#1436 : Mesure du taux d'une réaction clé du cycle CNO du Soleil

Ça Se Passe Là-Haut

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 9:59


Une équipe de physiciens états-uniens a mesuré la probabilité d'une réaction clé qui intervient dans le cycle CNO du Soleil, en la reproduisant en laboratoire souterrain. Il s'agit de la capture d'un proton par un noyau d'azote-14 qui produit un noyau d'oxygène-15. Cet isotope de l'oxygène se désintègre ensuite en azote-15 en émettant un neutrino, dont la détection est cruciale pour connaître la composition du Soleil en éléments plus lourds que l'hélium. Ils publient leurs résultats dans Physical Review C. Soutenez Ca Se Passe Là-Haut : https://fr.tipeee.com/ca-se-passe-la-haut

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
An unseasonably warm winter in Europe threatens ski resorts, tourism

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023


Christine Harrison has taken to sitting outside, barefoot, on the balcony of her chalet in the French Alps, and soaking up the sunshine.Harrison, from Liverpool in the UK, has been visiting the French ski resort of Praz De Lys every winter for the past 25 years. The family-friendly resort is located at an altitude of 4,921 feet and boasts 31 miles of Nordic ski slopes for sports enthusiasts.This year, she said, just finding a slope with snow has been her biggest challenge: “There's no snow, literally, you can't ski here. There's just grass everywhere.”Praz de Lys, like numerous ski resorts across the Alps and French Pyrenees, is struggling to cope with the unprecedented warm temperatures this month. Some resorts like A x 3 Domaines, located close to the French border with Andorra, have shut completely.Others, like Le Gets and Morzine, in the Portes du Soleil area, have closed several of their ski runs.Harrison said that she, along with her partner and two teenage children, went to Les Contamines that's nestled at the foot of Mont Blanc in search of better skiing conditions earlier this week. At the top of the slopes, Harrison said, they finally found snow but as they descended below 2,000 meters, the rain started to pour down and the ski run quickly turned to slush.“It was horrible. We managed to do about four hours and it was like, what are we even doing here? It was carnage,” she said. Le Praz De Lys in the French alps is shown on a more wintry day in 2017.  Credit: Courtesy of Christine Harrison The conditions are not just challenging for winter sports enthusiasts, but they could prove risky, too.Klaus Dodds, a professor of geopolitics at Royal Holloway University of London, said skiers and snowboarders will notice that piste (downhill ski trails) and snow conditions become more uncertain in warmer temperatures.“There's more chance of avalanches, and skiing just becomes more dangerous because snow and ice is less settled,” he said.Dodds said he isn't surprised by the rise in temperatures at European ski resorts this winter. After all, he said, several EU countries experienced record-breaking heat waves last summer. Scientists have been warning about this for years, he said.“We're not just talking about climate change now, it's climate breakdown,” Dodds said.It's not only winter ski resorts that are seeing unprecedented temperature hikes this month. Cities in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary and France have all smashed records for the hottest start to the new year.Warsaw, Poland, where the mercury usually hovers around freezing at this time of year, clocked up 66 degrees Fahrenheit on Jan. 1. Residents of Bilbao in northern Spain headed to the beach earlier this week as temperatures soared to highs usually seen in midsummer.Snow loss or ice loss also has implications for water supply, according to Dodds.Many of Europe's major rivers, such as the River Po in Italy or the Rhine in Germany, are dependent on alpine meltwater to replenish water levels. Low water levels have a negative impact on agriculture and endanger river transport, he said. Christine Harrison (middle), with daughter Sophie and son Jack are shown at the French ski resort in snowier times in February 2020. Credit: Courtesy of Christine Harrison Countries like France and Switzerland have also been expressing concern that they will not have enough water to act as coolant for their nuclear power stations, Dodds said.The high winter temperatures also pose a challenge to communities in alpine towns that are dependent on winter tourism.Sara Burdon, communications manager at the Morzine tourist office, said local businesses are worried.“While the summer is an important and very much growing part of the tourism here, the winter is still the main season and the one in which businesses make most of their income,” Burdon said.For the last few years, the town of Morzine has tried to address the negative impact a ski resort can have on the environment. Ski holidays can produce a large carbon footprint between visitor flights and the use of gas-guzzling equipment like artificial snow machines and ski lifts. Sara Burdon works in the Morzine tourism office in France said that businesses are worried about the impact of warm winter temperatures on seasonal tourism. Credit: Sam Ingles Burdon said the town has now installed solar panels on some of the chair lifts, while workers have adopted more sustainable ways of looking after the ski pistes, including using GPS systems to target exactly where artificial snow is required.Last year, Morzine was awarded the Flocon Vert sustainability award — an environmental honor recognizing green development policies in European ski resorts.Burdon said that they are still working hard to combat the heavy carbon cost of the flights.A local environmental charity, Montagne Verte, has created a special train pass called the AlpinExpress Pass, which gives those who arrive by rail cut-price offers on their journey as well as cheaper accommodation and discounts on ski hire.Burdon said they try to encourage their European visitors to make the journey by train whenever possible.One silver lining from the unexpected balmy conditions this season has been lower heating bills. Last summer, the German government warned of a possible fuel shortage in the winter along with soaring energy costs — caused by the lack of a gas supply from Russia.In December, the German economy minister, Robert Habeck, said he is optimistic the country has enough fuel to see it through the winter.But Dodds pointed out that warmer temperatures have also been responsible for the catastrophic flooding in parts of Europe last year that devastated homes, particularly in Germany. The climate scientist said he believes that governments can still do more to prevent further temperature rises. For starters he said, nations need to stick to the targets laid out in the 2015 Paris Agreement which vowed to prevent global temperatures from rising 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels this century, and in particular, limit the increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius.“We're already 1.2 degrees past, so there's little wriggle room left before we reach the 1.5 degree limit,” Dodds said. “That's why we talk about a climate emergency.”

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
An unseasonably warm winter in Europe threatens ski resorts, tourism

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023


Christine Harrison has taken to sitting outside, barefoot, on the balcony of her chalet in the French Alps, and soaking up the sunshine.Harrison, from Liverpool in the UK, has been visiting the French ski resort of Praz De Lys every winter for the past 25 years. The family-friendly resort is located at an altitude of 4,921 feet and boasts 31 miles of Nordic ski slopes for sports enthusiasts.This year, she said, just finding a slope with snow has been her biggest challenge: “There's no snow, literally, you can't ski here. There's just grass everywhere.”Praz de Lys, like numerous ski resorts across the Alps and French Pyrenees, is struggling to cope with the unprecedented warm temperatures this month. Some resorts like A x 3 Domaines, located close to the French border with Andorra, have shut completely.Others, like Le Gets and Morzine, in the Portes du Soleil area, have closed several of their ski runs.Harrison said that she, along with her partner and two teenage children, went to Les Contamines that's nestled at the foot of Mont Blanc in search of better skiing conditions earlier this week. At the top of the slopes, Harrison said, they finally found snow but as they descended below 2,000 meters, the rain started to pour down and the ski run quickly turned to slush.“It was horrible. We managed to do about four hours and it was like, what are we even doing here? It was carnage,” she said. Le Praz De Lys in the French alps is shown on a more wintry day in 2017.  Credit: Courtesy of Christine Harrison The conditions are not just challenging for winter sports enthusiasts, but they could prove risky, too.Klaus Dodds, a professor of geopolitics at Royal Holloway University of London, said skiers and snowboarders will notice that piste (downhill ski trails) and snow conditions become more uncertain in warmer temperatures.“There's more chance of avalanches, and skiing just becomes more dangerous because snow and ice is less settled,” he said.Dodds said he isn't surprised by the rise in temperatures at European ski resorts this winter. After all, he said, several EU countries experienced record-breaking heat waves last summer. Scientists have been warning about this for years, he said.“We're not just talking about climate change now, it's climate breakdown,” Dodds said.It's not only winter ski resorts that are seeing unprecedented temperature hikes this month. Cities in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary and France have all smashed records for the hottest start to the new year.Warsaw, Poland, where the mercury usually hovers around freezing at this time of year, clocked up 66 degrees Fahrenheit on Jan. 1. Residents of Bilbao in northern Spain headed to the beach earlier this week as temperatures soared to highs usually seen in midsummer.Snow loss or ice loss also has implications for water supply, according to Dodds.Many of Europe's major rivers, such as the River Po in Italy or the Rhine in Germany, are dependent on alpine meltwater to replenish water levels. Low water levels have a negative impact on agriculture and endanger river transport, he said. Christine Harrison (middle), with daughter Sophie and son Jack are shown at the French ski resort in snowier times in February 2020. Credit: Courtesy of Christine Harrison Countries like France and Switzerland have also been expressing concern that they will not have enough water to act as coolant for their nuclear power stations, Dodds said.The high winter temperatures also pose a challenge to communities in alpine towns that are dependent on winter tourism.Sara Burdon, communications manager at the Morzine tourist office, said local businesses are worried.“While the summer is an important and very much growing part of the tourism here, the winter is still the main season and the one in which businesses make most of their income,” Burdon said.For the last few years, the town of Morzine has tried to address the negative impact a ski resort can have on the environment. Ski holidays can produce a large carbon footprint between visitor flights and the use of gas-guzzling equipment like artificial snow machines and ski lifts. Sara Burdon works in the Morzine tourism office in France said that businesses are worried about the impact of warm winter temperatures on seasonal tourism. Credit: Sam Ingles Burdon said the town has now installed solar panels on some of the chair lifts, while workers have adopted more sustainable ways of looking after the ski pistes, including using GPS systems to target exactly where artificial snow is required.Last year, Morzine was awarded the Flocon Vert sustainability award — an environmental honor recognizing green development policies in European ski resorts.Burdon said that they are still working hard to combat the heavy carbon cost of the flights.A local environmental charity, Montagne Verte, has created a special train pass called the AlpinExpress Pass, which gives those who arrive by rail cut-price offers on their journey as well as cheaper accommodation and discounts on ski hire.Burdon said they try to encourage their European visitors to make the journey by train whenever possible.One silver lining from the unexpected balmy conditions this season has been lower heating bills. Last summer, the German government warned of a possible fuel shortage in the winter along with soaring energy costs — caused by the lack of a gas supply from Russia.In December, the German economy minister, Robert Habeck, said he is optimistic the country has enough fuel to see it through the winter.But Dodds pointed out that warmer temperatures have also been responsible for the catastrophic flooding in parts of Europe last year that devastated homes, particularly in Germany. The climate scientist said he believes that governments can still do more to prevent further temperature rises. For starters he said, nations need to stick to the targets laid out in the 2015 Paris Agreement which vowed to prevent global temperatures from rising 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels this century, and in particular, limit the increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius.“We're already 1.2 degrees past, so there's little wriggle room left before we reach the 1.5 degree limit,” Dodds said. “That's why we talk about a climate emergency.”

Yous & Yay: New Emotions
#72 - Yous & Yay & Ruben van der Meer

Yous & Yay: New Emotions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 81:44


Op de bank bij Yous & Yay zit acteur en cabaretier Ruben van der Meer. Hij werd bekend als ‘Gabbertje' van Hakkûhbar. Ook kun je hem kennen als ‘Sjors de manager' en van TAFKAL aka de Lama's, waar hij het afgelopen jaar weer mee getoerd heeft. Een gesprek over improviseren, dienstplicht, het gezellig hebben op het podium, Michael Jackson en bekend worden als leadzanger terwijl je dat niet bent. Gabbertje - Hakkûhbar: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=hakkuhbar+gabbertje Live Opgenomen - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dsZ9NtkZzQ De Lama's: https://www.npostart.nl/de-lamas/POMS_S_BV_1188302 Cirque du Soleil

Le Book Club
Les lectures de Louie : Plonger sa cuillère dans un coucher de soleil

Le Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 15:29


REDIFFUSION. Dans cette mini-série "Les lectures de Louie", vous allez entendre quatre voix qui font notre studio au quotidien.Cet épisode a été diffusé une première fois le 14 décembre 2021.Camille Maestracci a signé la troisième saison d'Injustices : À flots et à sang. Elle nous invite dans sa bibliothèque dont elle a pensé elle-même la construction. Elle nous y parle de son complexe, celui qui lui donne “la boule au ventre” : ne pas lire assez. Elle a choisi de nous parler d'un livre qui a été “une vraie claque, un choc littéraire” : Mémoires d'une jeune fille rangée, premier tome de l'autobiographie de Simone de Beauvoir. Camille Maestracci avait “assurément moins de vingt ans” lorsqu'elle a découvert l'histoire de cette femme qui “affirme dès son plus jeune âge sa volonté de “prendre son destin en mains”. Ce qui l'a marquée, c'est la force de caractère de Simone de Beauvoir, l'étendue de ses connaissances, des références convoquées dans ce roman qui ont réveillé chez la journaliste ce complexe de n'avoir “pas le quart de sa culture au même âge”.Mais surtout, c'est un livre qui donne envie “de lire plus, de lire mieux”. Au fil des pages, Camille Maestracci a eu l'impression de mieux connaître Simone de Beauvoir et “de mieux se connaître en même temps”.Le Book Club est un podcast présenté par Agathe Le Taillandier. Camille Maestracci répond aux questions de la journaliste Marjolaine Roget. Soukaïna Qabbal était à l'édition et à la coordination du Book Club. Marjolaine Roget a fait le montage de cet épisode et Jean-Baptiste Aubonnet a réalisé le mixage. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Curious Kid Podcast
Curious About Laws

Curious Kid Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 13:43 Transcription Available


In episode 222, we get curious about laws for Soleil and Archer from Akron, Ohio.  What are laws and why do we need them?  How does an idea become a law?  What are examples of some strange laws that still exist?Visit the Curious Kid Podcast Website - http://www.curiouskidpodcast.com Send Us An E-mail - curiouskidpodcast@gmail.comLeave Us A Voicemail - 856-425-2324Support Us On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/CuriouskidpodcastShop Curious Kid Podcast Merchandise - http://tee.pub/lic/fqXchg3wUVUFollow Us On Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/curiouskidpod/Follow Us On Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/curiouskidpodcast/Follow Us On Twitter - https://twitter.com/CuriousKidPod

Ciel & Espace
À observer dans le ciel : Janvier 2023, une comète à l'oeil nu ? | astronomie | ciel et espace

Ciel & Espace

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 31:22


Après un passage tout près d'Uranus le 1 er janvier au soir, la Lune s'approchera de Mars le 3. Ensuite, il sera temps de s'intéresser à la comète C/2022 E3 ZTF, qui sera au plus près du Soleil le 12 et devait passer sous la magnitude 7 vers le 20 janvier. Pour terminer ce mois d'observation, Vénus et Saturne feront le spectacle le 22, accompagnées d'un fin croissant de Lune le 23 ! Les éphémérides radio de Ciel & Espace sont présentées par David Fossé et réalisées par Nicolas Franco.

The Stacking Benjamins Show
Lessons from Cirque du Soleil's Daniel Lamarre on your Work and Career - Best Of 2022

The Stacking Benjamins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 56:13


Inspiration can come from almost anywhere and creativity plays a huge role. Don't think you are creative enough to come up with great ideas? Think again. Daniel Lamarre is the former CEO and now Executive Vice-Chairman of the Board of the legendary company Cirque du Soleil. He joined us to talk about why creativity is crucial to professional and personal success and shares his own journey with Cirque du Soleil to improve in every area of his own career. Check out the original show notes here. Find the full show notes at https://www.stackingbenjamins.com/daniel-lamarre-1296. Deeper dives with curated links, topics, and discussions are in our newsletter, The 201, available at https://www.StackingBenjamins.com/201 Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

What's Wrong With Orny Adams
WWWOA 69: Cirque du Orny

What's Wrong With Orny Adams

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 54:17


What's wrong with pranking kids on Christmas? A LOT! What's wrong with holiday parties at comedy clubs and why would you ever want to be a fly on the wall just to overhear a conversation? What's wrong with overused expressions? A LOT! And at the end, Orny discusses his experience as part of the cast of Cirque de Soleil in Las Vegas and how he screwed up the entire closing number when he missed his cue.

Entertainment(x)
Michael Rader Part 2 ”Love & Peace”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 25:03


Michael Rader (michaelrader.com)(IG:@mrmichaelrader)(TW:@mrmichaelrader) is a director, artistic director and arts consultant based in New York City who made his mark internationally as an Artistic Director for Cirque du Soleil. Her is the current Acting General Manager for Theatre Aspen. Prior to that, he served as the Artistic Director and then Producing Artistic Director for the historic Cape Playhouse where he was celebrated for leading the organization through a significant renaissance and securing the theatre's position in the American Theatre landscape. His diverse career in the arts has afforded him positions such as a Resident Director for Cirque du Soleil, Broadway Liaison and Arts Education Consultant to the New York City Department of Education and Director of Entertainment for Paul Newman's Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. During Rader's tenure with The Cape Playhouse, the organization flourished through a remarkable period of growth and advancement. During this five-year period, Rader was responsible for innovative advancements in programming, significant improvements to the quality of productions, implementing a new arts education wing, substantially expanding and overhauling all production and artistic departments, securing vital funding for infrastructure advancements and programming expansions, and modifying The Playhouse's performance calendar to allow for the implementation of higher quality and Broadway-caliber productions. These advancements resulted in substantial increases in ticket sales, a vast resurgence of patrons and subscribers, successful fundraising that set the theatre on strong financial footing, being named one of the “50 Best Small Stage Theatres in America", consistently being awarded "Best Cape Cod Theatre" each season under his leadership, the elimination of all preexisting debt, the generation of significant profits each season after a prolonged period of financial loss, and netting nearly one-million dollars in cumulative assets. Under his leadership, Cape Playhouse highlights included Gypsy starring Julia Murney, Steel Magnolias starring Judy Kuhn and Mary Testa, Little Shop of Horrors starring Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Noises Off with Heidi Gardner, The Importance of Being Earnest with Edward Hibbert and productions of Million Dollar Quartet, South Pacific and A Chorus Line that broke previous box office records. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Mr. Rader guided the transformation of programming to include outdoor concerts, New England centric lectures, a streaming production of A Christmas Carol, the creation of The Gertrude Lawrence Awards, and diverse digital content, including an array of online educational offerings. Rader was also responsible for forming and leading a national Covid Taskforce comprising senior leadership from arts organizations around the United States, designed to help theatres collaborate on successfully navigating the pandemic. The culmination of Rader's tenure at The Playhouse allowed for the launch of a master plan initiative and expansive capital campaign aimed at significant renovations and expansions for the 22-acre arts campus. The Cape Playhouse exists today as one of the great surviving icons of the American summer theater. Select additional highlights as a director, producer or associate include: A Christmas Story; The Musical(National Tour), Stalking The Bogeyman (NYTimes Critics Pick, Outer Critics Circle Nomination), Varekai(Cirque Du Soleil), The Testament of Mary, Deep Love (NYMF 2015), A Christmas Carol (National Tour), Mandela! with Norm Lewis, You are Not Alone with Betty Buckley and Lea DeLaria, and productions with Sacramento Music Circus, The ZACH Theatre, The York Theatre Company, The Actors Studio Repertory Theatre, The Human Race Theatre, The Dramatist Guild, The Huron Playhouse, The Forestburgh Playhouse, Joe's Pub and the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway benefit production of William Finn's Elegies: A Song Cycle. Michael's direction of the show, benefiting marriage equality, was acclaimed as "…profound and visionary".  Following the 2013 Broadway production, Rader was granted the exclusive rights to re-conceive Colm Tóibín's controversial hit play The Testament of Mary. Rader's reimagined version features five actresses sharing the title role – each woman representing a different cultural ideal of Mary. Michael is passionate about and committed to finding ways of utilizing the arts as a tool to empower the lives of those less fortunate, especially children in need. It was during his initial time working with chronically ill children that Michael fully realized his passion for humanitarian work, especially when it involved working within the arts. He regularly teaches acting and audition technique classes in NYC and has served on the faculty of SongFest at the Colburn School in Los Angeles and The Summit School near Washington, DC. Rader is a graduate of Wright State University, the esteemed Actors Studio MFA Directing Program, an alumnus of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab and a proud member of SDC.

Be Our Guest WDW Podcast
Listener Questions - December 21, 2022 - BOGP 2210

Be Our Guest WDW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 52:09 Very Popular


Mike, Pam, Rikki, and Scott are here today answering your awesome Listener Questions! Today we discuss the better option for a character breakfast the morning of the Princess Half-Marathon - Topolino's or Cape May Cafe, spending a day riding the monorail and the Skyliner and enjoying those resorts over the busy Christmas Week, making the most of a quick weekend at the All-Star Resorts and riding Splash Mountain (#LastSplash) for the last time and enjoying Festival of the Arts, thoughts on seating for Drawn to Life (Cirque de Soleil), and much more! We hope you enjoy today's show!  Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com.  Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Become a Patron of the show at www.Patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast.  Also, please follow the show on Twitter @BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast.   Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!

Entertainment(x)
Michael Rader Part 1 ”The King & I, Contracts & Nonprofit Theatre”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 24:54


Michael Rader (michaelrader.com)(IG:@mrmichaelrader)(TW:@mrmichaelrader) is a director, artistic director and arts consultant based in New York City who made his mark internationally as an Artistic Director for Cirque du Soleil. Her is the current Acting General Manager for Theatre Aspen. Prior to that, he served as the Artistic Director and then Producing Artistic Director for the historic Cape Playhouse where he was celebrated for leading the organization through a significant renaissance and securing the theatre's position in the American Theatre landscape. His diverse career in the arts has afforded him positions such as a Resident Director for Cirque du Soleil, Broadway Liaison and Arts Education Consultant to the New York City Department of Education and Director of Entertainment for Paul Newman's Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. During Rader's tenure with The Cape Playhouse, the organization flourished through a remarkable period of growth and advancement. During this five-year period, Rader was responsible for innovative advancements in programming, significant improvements to the quality of productions, implementing a new arts education wing, substantially expanding and overhauling all production and artistic departments, securing vital funding for infrastructure advancements and programming expansions, and modifying The Playhouse's performance calendar to allow for the implementation of higher quality and Broadway-caliber productions. These advancements resulted in substantial increases in ticket sales, a vast resurgence of patrons and subscribers, successful fundraising that set the theatre on strong financial footing, being named one of the “50 Best Small Stage Theatres in America", consistently being awarded "Best Cape Cod Theatre" each season under his leadership, the elimination of all preexisting debt, the generation of significant profits each season after a prolonged period of financial loss, and netting nearly one-million dollars in cumulative assets. Under his leadership, Cape Playhouse highlights included Gypsy starring Julia Murney, Steel Magnolias starring Judy Kuhn and Mary Testa, Little Shop of Horrors starring Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Noises Off with Heidi Gardner, The Importance of Being Earnest with Edward Hibbert and productions of Million Dollar Quartet, South Pacific and A Chorus Line that broke previous box office records. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Mr. Rader guided the transformation of programming to include outdoor concerts, New England centric lectures, a streaming production of A Christmas Carol, the creation of The Gertrude Lawrence Awards, and diverse digital content, including an array of online educational offerings. Rader was also responsible for forming and leading a national Covid Taskforce comprising senior leadership from arts organizations around the United States, designed to help theatres collaborate on successfully navigating the pandemic. The culmination of Rader's tenure at The Playhouse allowed for the launch of a master plan initiative and expansive capital campaign aimed at significant renovations and expansions for the 22-acre arts campus. The Cape Playhouse exists today as one of the great surviving icons of the American summer theater. ​ Select additional highlights as a director, producer or associate include: A Christmas Story; The Musical(National Tour), Stalking The Bogeyman (NYTimes Critics Pick, Outer Critics Circle Nomination), Varekai(Cirque Du Soleil), The Testament of Mary, Deep Love (NYMF 2015), A Christmas Carol (National Tour), Mandela! with Norm Lewis, You are Not Alone with Betty Buckley and Lea DeLaria, and productions with Sacramento Music Circus, The ZACH Theatre, The York Theatre Company, The Actors Studio Repertory Theatre, The Human Race Theatre, The Dramatist Guild, The Huron Playhouse, The Forestburgh Playhouse, Joe's Pub and the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway benefit production of William Finn's Elegies: A Song Cycle. Michael's direction of the show, benefiting marriage equality, was acclaimed as "…profound and visionary".    Following the 2013 Broadway production, Rader was granted the exclusive rights to re-conceive Colm Tóibín's controversial hit play The Testament of Mary. Rader's reimagined version features five actresses sharing the title role – each woman representing a different cultural ideal of Mary.   Michael is passionate about and committed to finding ways of utilizing the arts as a tool to empower the lives of those less fortunate, especially children in need. It was during his initial time working with chronically ill children that Michael fully realized his passion for humanitarian work, especially when it involved working within the arts. He regularly teaches acting and audition technique classes in NYC and has served on the faculty of SongFest at the Colburn School in Los Angeles and The Summit School near Washington, DC. Rader is a graduate of Wright State University, the esteemed Actors Studio MFA Directing Program, an alumnus of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab and a proud member of SDC.

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience
#352 Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt : Soleil sombre en Égypte ancienne

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 59:02


Anne Ghesquière reçoit dans Métamorphose Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt, écrivain, dramaturge, essayiste et cinéaste traduit dans le monde entier. Et si nous partions en voyage au fil des temps sur les rivages millénaires du Nil et de ses mystères. Nous sommes en 1650 av. J.-C. à Memphis, capitale des deux royaumes d'Égypte. Traduit en 48 langues et joué dans plus de 50 pays, Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt est l'écrivain de langue française le plus lus dans le monde. Suivons-le pas à pas, lui qui dans son dernier ouvrage Soleil Sombre, troisième tome du cycle de La Traversée des Temps paru chez Albin Michel. Avec lui, Découvrons une civilisation inouïe qui se transmet sur des rouleaux de papyrus, qui vénère un fleuve nourricier, momifie les morts, invente l'au-delà, érige des temples et des pyramides pour accéder à l'éternité... Et voit naitre Moïse. Suivons un héros en quête d'immortalité heureuse auprès de sa bien-aimée. Épisode #353Avec Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt j'aborderai les thèmes suivants (extrait des questions) : Vous dites que tout est lié, que nous sommes façonnés par notre histoire et les civilisations qui nous ont précédées ?On vous sent dans une sorte de gourmandise de relater cette histoire de la traversée des temps…Quelle est l'ambiance au bord du Nil à Memphis en 1650 av. J.C ?Parlez-nous de l'amour qui habitent vos personnages ?Et la condition des femmes en Egypte ?Vous avez rencontré le Pape François, à sa demande. Racontez-nous votre échange...Que vous évoquent les questions de l'homme augmenté et du transhumanisme ?Quid de la filiation chez les Pharaons ?Vous nous dépeignez un Moïse des profondeurs ?Qui est mon invité de la semaine, Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt ? Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt est dramaturge, romancier, essayiste, cinéaste traduit dans le monde entier. Il sort son dernier ouvrage Soleil Sombre, troisième tome du cycle de La Traversée des Temps paru aux éditions Albin Michel.Quelques citations du podcast avec Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt : "Je me pose une question qu'aucun historien ne se pose : quel était le bonheur de vivre à telle époque ?""Je ne conçois pas l'amour comme une possession, je conçois l'amour comme la fréquentation d'un mystère.""C'est dans l'humilité de savoir que nous ne sommes qu'un relais de la vie que doit se fonder la condition humaine.""J'en suis à penser que la vraie liberté c'est d'accepter son destin."Rejoignez-nous sur notre nouveau site Internet et abonnez-vous à notre Newsletter https://www.metamorphosepodcast.com/ Soutenez notre podcast en rejoignant dès maintenant la Tribu MétamorphoseRetrouvez Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience sur Apple Podcast / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Deezer / YouTube / SoundCloud / CastBox/ TuneIn.Suivez l'actualité des épisodes Métamorphose Podcast sur Instagram, découvrez l'invité de la semaine et des surprises ;-)InstagramFacebookPhoto (c) Tarek Moustafa Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Path to Podcast Success
Natan Verkhovsky: The Essential Academy

Path to Podcast Success

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 35:56


Born in the former USSR and immigrating to Calgary, Alberta Canada, with his family as a small child he started a more than 30 year journey into the Martial Arts.From 15 to 16 years of age, he started and rose to be ranked #1 in his division, in Alberta, in the sport of Power Tumbling. He continued to use his Mental Training skills and pursued his education in Medical Hypnotherapy under the tutelage of Dr. Michael Preston, Director of the Institute of Medical Hypnotherapy, in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.Becoming certified in his early 20's, Natan started working as a Mental Training Specialist and developed his core program, Personal Momentum, while doing Mental Training with Team 2000 Men's Gymnastics Teammates and artists and elite athletes from Cirque du Soleil.Since then, he's adapted 23 Mental, Physical and Emotional Drills and Exercises to help Peak Performers in all disciplines and walks of life. Working with the most successful and challenging individuals and groups, and giving concrete, actionable items is what separates Natan Verkhovsky from others.He offers two things needed for your change to be truly transformational: Accountability and Transformational Tools. Learn more about Natan here!Learn more about Path to Podcast Success here!

RTL Matin
Le Défi RTL - J'ai ouvert la saison du ski à Morzine

RTL Matin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 6:12


Cette semaine, je vous emmène prendre l'air en Haute-Savoie. Direction Morzine, village de 3000 habitants, niché au cœur des Alpes, à 1000 mètres d'altitude. On n'est pas très loin de la frontière suisse, c'est entre le Mont Blanc et le Lac Léman : le domaine des Portes du Soleil. Pas question de s'y reposer, puisque ces derniers jours, les stations de ski étaient en ébullition : objectif, se tenir prêt pour faire face à l'afflux touristique des vacances de Noël... Il y avait donc un peu de boulot ! Rien que pour vous, j'ai pu prendre part aux derniers réglages avant le Jour-J.

Thrive LOUD with Lou Diamond
848: Tori Kubick - "con-TORI-tion"

Thrive LOUD with Lou Diamond

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 34:31


Growing up as an award winning dancer, Tori Kubick later found her true love, the antiquated art form of Mongolian contortion. Many would tell her it was too late and doubted her dreams, she shirked them and hopped on a plane, and then later on horseback to make it all the way to the remote birthplace of contortion: Mongolia. Her full-grown womanly body was morphed day after day as she studied with the dedicated class of five year olds. She kept pushing the odds, and now she tours the world and performs contortion and acrobatics in various theatres, cruise ships, and the world-renowned Cirque du Soleil! Tori opened for Miley Cyrus, was featured on The Tonight Show, Ripley's Believe it Or Not, NYFW, RHONY, and performed for TEAM USA. Tori loves creating unique entertainment, collaborating, speaking about cultivating calmness and agility. She bends people into shape mentally and physically. Tori shares the power of calmness, focus and flexibility with Lou Diamond on Thrive LouD. ***CONNECT WITH LOU DIAMOND & THRIVE LOUD***

Le journal RTL
Le Défi RTL

Le journal RTL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 6:12


Cette semaine, je vous emmène prendre l'air en Haute-Savoie. Direction Morzine, village de 3000 habitants, niché au cœur des Alpes, à 1000 mètres d'altitude. On n'est pas très loin de la frontière suisse, c'est entre le Mont Blanc et le Lac Léman : le domaine des Portes du Soleil. Pas question de s'y reposer, puisque ces derniers jours, les stations de ski étaient en ébullition : objectif, se tenir prêt pour faire face à l'afflux touristique des vacances de Noël… Il y avait donc un peu de boulot ! Rien que pour vous, j'ai pu prendre part aux derniers réglages avant le Jour-J.

Randevoo پادکست فارسی راندوو

مدرسهٔ آنلاین نزدیکتر حمایت من در سایت حامی ‌باش کانال یوتوب من برای آموزش زبان   ترجمه شفاهی : مصطفی شالچی Joe Dassin - L'été indien (1975)   II. TROIS ANS PLUS TARD À FORMENTERA   46. Jour J – 7 Casa Le Moult. Me voici à Formentera pour finir ce roman. Ce sera le dernier de la trilogie Marronnier (dans le premier, je tombais amoureux ; dans le second, je me mariais ; dans le troisième, je divorce et retombe amoureux. La boucle est bouclée). On a beau essayer d'innover dans la forme (mots étranges, anglicismes, tournures bizarroïdes, slogans publicitaires, etc.) comme dans le fond (nightclubbing, sexe, drogue, rock'n roll…) on se rend vite compte que tout ce qu'on voudrait, c'est écrire un roman d'amour avec des phrases très simples – bref, ce qu'il y a de plus difficile à faire. J'écoute le bruit de la mer. Je ralentis enfin. La vitesse empêche d'être soi. Ici les journées ont une durée lisible dans le ciel. Ma vie parisienne n'a pas de ciel. Pondre une accroche, faxer un article, répondre au téléphone, vite, courir de réunion en réunion, déjeuner sur le pouce, vite, vite, se grouiller en scooter pour arriver en retard à un cocktail. Mon existence absurde méritait bien un coup de frein. Se concentrer. Ne faire qu'une seule chose à la fois. Caresser la beauté du silence. Profiter de la lenteur. Entendre le parfum des couleurs. Tous ces trucs que le monde veut nous interdire. Tout est à refaire. Il faut tout réorganiser dans cette société. Aujourd'hui ceux qui ont de l'argent n'ont pas de temps, et ceux qui ont du temps n'ont pas d'argent. Échapper au travail est aussi difficile qu'échapper au chômage. L'oisif est l'ennemi public numéro un. On attache les gens avec l'argent : ils sacrifient leur liberté pour payer leurs impôts. Il devient de plus en plus évident que l'enjeu du siècle prochain sera de supprimer la dictature de l'entreprise. Formentera, petite île… Satellite d'Ibiza dans la constellation des Baléares. Formentera, c'est la Corse sans les bombes, Ibiza sans les boîtes, Moustique sans Mick Jagger, Capri sans Hervé Vilard, le Pays basque sans la pluie. Soleil blanc. Promenade en Vespa. Chaleur et poussière. Fleurs desséchées. Mer turquoise. Odeur des pins. Chant des grillons. Lézards trouillards. Moutons qui font mêêê. — Il n'y a pas de « mais », leur rétorque-je. Soleil rouge. Gambas a la plancha. Vamos a la playa. Lune orange. Gin con limon. Je cherchais l'apaisement, c'est ici, où il fait trop chaud pour écrire de longues phrases. On peut être en vacances ailleurs que dans le coma. La mer est remplie d'eau. Le ciel bouge sans cesse. Les étoiles filent. Respirer de l'air devrait toujours être une occupation à plein temps. C'est l'histoire d'un type qui s'enferme tout seul sur une île pour terminer un bouquin qui ne s'appelle pas Paludes. Le type mène une vie de dingue, cela lui fait tout drôle de se retrouver livré à lui-même, dans la nature, sans télévision, ni téléphone. À Paris, il est pressé, joue les dynamiques, ici ne bouge pas de la journée, se promène le soir, toujours seul. Barnabooth à Florence, Byron à Venise, le panda du zoo de Vincennes sont ses modèles. La seule personne à qui il dise bonjour est la serveuse de San Francesco. Le type porte une chemise noire, un Jean blanc, des Tod's. Boit des pastis et des gin-limon. Bouffe des chips et des tortillas. N'écoute qu'un seul disque : La Sonate à Kreutzer par Arthur Rubinstein. Hier on l'aurait même aperçu applaudir un but français dans le match France-Espagne, ce qui est de mauvais goût, mais courageux, quand on est le seul Français dans un bistrot, en Espagne, sur un port. Si vous croisiez ce type, vous penseriez sans doute : « Mais que fout ce con de Parisien à la Fonda Pepe hors saison ? » Cela me chagrine un peu, vu que le type en question, c'est moi. Alors, mettez-la un peu en veilleuse, merci. Je suis l'ermite qui sourit au vent tiède.   Dans une semaine cela fera trois ans que je vis avec Alice.     47.Jour J – 6 Bon, d'accord, quand Alice a quitté Antoine, puis quand nous avons déménagé pour vivre ensemble rue Mazarine (la rue où Antoine Blondin est mort), je ne vous cache pas qu'il m'arrivait d'être pris d'angoisse. Le bonheur est bien plus effrayant que le malheur. D'avoir obtenu ce que je désirais le plus au monde me combla de joie, et simultanément, me plongea dans le doute. Referais-je les mêmes erreurs ? N'étais-je qu'un romantique cyclique ? Maintenant qu'elle était là, en voulais-je vraiment ? Deviendrais-je trop tendre ? M'arrivait-il de m'ennuyer avec elle ? Quand est-ce que j'arrêterais de me prendre la tête, bordel de merde ? Antoine voulait me tuer, la tuer, se tuer. Notre couple se bâtissait sur les cendres d'un double divorce, comme s'il fallait se repaître de deux sacrifices humains pour construire un nouvel amour. Schumpeter appelait cela la « destruction créatrice », mais Schumpeter était économiste, et les économistes sont rarement des sentimentaux. Nous avons détruit deux mariages pour rester unis, tel le blob qui absorbe ses victimes pour s'agrandir. Le bonheur est une chose si monstrueuse que, si vous n'en crevez pas vous-même, il exigera de vous au moins quelques assassinats.   Jean-Georges est venu me rejoindre à Formentera. Ensemble, nous refaisons le monde, puis rendons visite aux poissons sous la mer. Il rédige une pièce de théâtre, et boit donc autant que moi.   Poème à lire en état d'ivresse : À Formentera Tu fermenteras.   Nous croisons de vieux couples de hippies défoncés, qui sont restés ensemble, ici, depuis les années soixante. Comment ont-ils fait pour tenir si longtemps ? J'en ai les larmes aux yeux. Je leur achète de l'herbe. Avec Jean-Georges, nous picolons dans les troquets, en jouant au billard. Il me raconte ses amours. Il vient de rencontrer la femme de sa vie, il est heureux, pour la première fois. — Aimer : nous ne vivons pour rien d'autre, dit-il. — Et faire des enfants ? — Pas question ! Donner naissance à quelqu'un dans un monde pareil ? Criminel ! Egoïste ! Narcissique ! — Moi, les femmes, je leur fais mieux qu'un enfant : je leur fais un livre, proclame-je en levant le doigt. Nous jetons des œillades à la serveuse. Elle est à croquer, porte un boléro, sa peau mate est légèrement duveteuse, grands yeux noirs, se tient cambrée, farouche comme une squaw. — Elle ressemble à Alice, dis-je. Si je couchais avec elle, je serais quand même fidèle. Alice est restée à Paris, et viendra me rejoindre ici dans une semaine.   Dans six jours cela fera trois ans que je vis avec elle.      

Choses à Savoir SCIENCES
Quelle eclipse démontra la relativité générale ?

Choses à Savoir SCIENCES

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 2:33


Pour comprendre l'importance de cette éclipse solaire qui, en 1919, apporte la preuve tant attendue de la relativité générale, il faut revenir sur les fameuses théories d'Einstein. En 1905, il formule la théorie de la relativité restreinte, qui postule l'existence d'un espace-temps et une vitesse de la lumière dans le vide inchangée, quelle que soit la vitesse de l'observateur. Seulement cette théorie se révélait incompatible avec la gravitation telle que l'avait définie Newton. Einstein formule alors l'hypothèse suivante : la gravitation ne serait pas une force, mais le produit de la courbure de l'espace-temps. La trajectoire d'un corps ne serait plus provoquée par l'attraction d'un autre corps, mais par la déformation de l'espace-temps. Et, dans ce schéma, même la lumière, pourtant dépourvue de masse, se verrait déviée par cette déformation. Avec cette nouvelle conception de la gravitation, qui complétait son système précédent, Einstein avait tous les éléments de sa nouvelle théorie, celle de la relativité générale, publiée en 1915. Cette théorie de la relativité générale n'était cependant qu'un magnifique système intellectuel. Comment en prouver la réalité ? En 1919, Einstein croit avoir trouvé un moyen d'y parvenir. Cette preuve, elle devait lui être apportée par le Soleil. Si sa théorie était vraie, cette étoile massive devait pouvoir dévier le rayon lumineux d'une autre étoile. En effet, quand la lumière d'une étoile passe à côté d'un astre massif, comme le Soleil, elle doit donc se courber. Cette déviation, Einstein l'a même calculée. Mais comment en faire l'observation ? En effet, l'éclat du Soleil est bien trop aveuglant pour qu'on puisse distinguer, à son entour, la lumière provenant d'une autre étoile. Sauf si une éclipse solaire cache le Soleil. Or, une éclipse totale doit avoir lieu le 29 mai 1919. Des savants se rendent alors à deux endroits, où l'éclipse est bien visible. Ils prennent des photos et mesurent la déviation des rayons lumineux par rapport à une nuit normale. Les résultats confirment les calculs d'Einstein. La théorie de la relativité générale est devenus une réalité. Il a suffi d'une éclipse pour en apporter la preuve. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Trump 2020
La Floride, État du soleil, de Disneyland et du Trump nouveau

Trump 2020

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 21:08


Les élections de mi-mandat de novembre ont confirmé la montée en puissance dans la politique américaine de Ron DeSantis, ce Républicain conservateur, réélu gouverneur de l'État de Floride avec 59,4% des voix. Ron DeSantis s'affirme donc comme une figure montante du Parti républicain, et il pourrait défier Donald Trump aux primaires républicaines pour l'élection présidentielle de 2024. Son succès s'appuie sur un électorat de plus en plus à droite en Floride, État considéré jusqu'à présent comme un swing state, mais dont les évolutions démographiques et sociales font aujourd'hui de plus en plus nettement un État républicain. Pour les deux épisodes d'été hors-série de New Deal, nous avions parlé du Texas et de la Californie. Cette semaine, direction le «Sunshine State», au moment où il fait vraiment très froid en France. À lire sur le même sujet: La Floride, laboratoire d'un Parti républicain profondément droitisé Tous les mercredis, New Deal décortique l'actualité politique américaine. New Deal est un podcast de Laurence Nardon produit et réalisé par Slate.fr en partenariat avec la newsletter «Time to Sign Off» (TTSO) et l'Institut français des relations internationales (IFRI), sous la direction de Christophe Carron et Benjamin Saeptem Hours. Prise de son, montage, réalisation et présentation: Aurélie Rodrigues Musique: «Cutting It Close», DJ Freedem Suivez-nous sur Instagram et Facebook. Pour échanger et découvrir de nouveaux podcasts, rejoignez aussi le Slate Podcast Club sur Facebook.

Expresso Orlando
Expresso Orlando #84 – Drawn to Life: Como é trabalhar no Cirque du Soleil em Orlando

Expresso Orlando

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 45:17


Formada em moda, a brasileira Gabriela Nascimento conversou com a gente para falar sobre o seu trabalho no espetáculo Drawn to Life do Cirque du Soleil em parceria com a Disney. Siga a gente no instagram em @ExpressoOrlandoPod.

Talking with the Experts
2022 EP #404 Julia Langley - Commanding confident lucrative keynotes without the nervousness

Talking with the Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 31:48


Are you nervous about speaking up and asserting yourself? Julia Langley has tips to help you overcome your fears of projecting authority and attracting high-paying clients. "Julia Langley is a featured singer for Cirque du Soleil and has performed in over 20 countries and all 50 States over 18 years. One of the things she's most passionate about is helping speakers and coaches, who struggle with nervousness and fear, learn how to give Confident Commanding Keynotes. Julia's transformative program helps entrepreneurs get the big paydays they deserve by overcoming fear, landing top-tier clients, and being recognized worldwide for their expertise. In 2019, she was hit by a jeep while riding her bicycle, leaving her to overcome injuries that have changed her life. Four surgeries later and a diagnosis of PTSD, Julia has personal experience in starting from ground zero and facing the unknown with courage and resilience. She believes she was given a second chance, and she has dedicated herself to empowering others so that they may share their story and passion with the world. Connect with Julia: www.facebook.com/Julia.Langley www.JuliaLangley.net www.instagram.com/Cirquesingerjules www.linkedin.com/in/julia-langley-212aa015 PROMOTION: www.linktr.ee/JuliaLangley ▼ ▼ Connect with Rose Davidson: Website: https://talkingwiththeexperts.com Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onlineeventmanagerandpodcasttrainer/ Leave a Google review: https://g.page/r/CaXk7K3UlEhzEBI/review Leave a review on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/talking-with-the-experts/id1549141963 SUBSCRIBE to YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkM5n5QJhnNAmUiMzii73wQ https://youtube.com/@talkingwiththeexpertsvodcast FOLLOW on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/talking-with-the-experts Give me 15 minutes of your time, and I'll explain how you can start a podcast, https://calendly.com/rose-davidson/podcast-creation-15-minutes. I look forward to hearing from you. Buy me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/rosesdavidson Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/talkingwiththeexperts #business #entrepreneur #podcastepisode #podcastguest #podcasting #podcastinterview #podcasts #podcastshow #rosedavidson #smallbusiness #talkingwiththeexperts #video #vodcast

Le Billet de Charline
Sous le soleil des cartes LR

Le Billet de Charline

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 2:58


durée : 00:02:58 - Le Billet de Charline Vanhœnacker - par : Charline Vanhoenacker - L'élection du président LR va départager dimanche Bruno Retailleau et Eric Ciotti… et cette élection va beaucoup se jouer du côté de Nice…

Par Jupiter !
Sous le soleil des cartes LR

Par Jupiter !

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 2:58


durée : 00:02:58 - Le Billet de Charline Vanhœnacker - par : Charline Vanhoenacker - L'élection du président LR va départager dimanche Bruno Retailleau et Eric Ciotti… et cette élection va beaucoup se jouer du côté de Nice…

Adam Carolla Show
Part 2: Orny Adams + News (ACS December 6)

Adam Carolla Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 76:31


Comedian Orny Adams comes in to talk about his upcoming stint in Cirque du Soleil, cutting his nephew out of his will, being a villain when compared to Jerry Seinfeld, and how not every baby deserves to be called “cute”. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: Chris Christie's niece getting kicked off a plane before injuring six deputies, and a new Netflix documentary about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. PLUGS: See Orny Adams live: Brea, CA - Brea Improv - December 16th - 18th Las Vegas, NV - Jimmy Kimmel's Comedy Club - December 29th & 30th And for more live dates, visit OrnyAdams.com Listen to ‘What's Wrong With Orny Adams' wherever you find podcasts Watch Orny's special, ‘More Than Loud' for free on YouTube And follow him on Twitter, @OrnyAdams THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM The Jordan Harbinger Show Geico.com

Lori & Julia
12/5 Mon Hr 2: Let's remember the ultimate party crasher... what an amazing story!

Lori & Julia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022


Julia's Random Thoughts: Hamilton comes back to MN this Spring! Cirque du Soleil taps talent from a local circus school. What is the color of 2023? Hollywood Speak: Olivia Wilde returns to Instagram with bikini snap after Harry Styles split! Khloé Kardashian shares cryptic relationship advice!

Canada's Podcast
From law, to the circus, to estate settlement - a wild entrepreneurial story! - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

Canada's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 22:07


Davide Pisanu is a graduate of McGill University's Faculty of Law, Davide has over 10 years of legal experience with Davis Polk & Wardell and Canada's Department of Justice under his belt. He then transferred into the financial sector by working as an advisor to institutional investors and asset managers with McKinsey & Company, before taking on the role of SVP at Cirque du Soleil, where he managed the resident show division and affiliated businesses before becoming part of the ClearEstate founding team. Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada's economy. To support Canada's businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Want to stay up-to-date on the latest #entrepreneur podcasts and news? Subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter

Radio foot internationale
Coupe du monde 2022: les Bleus en quarts de finale

Radio foot internationale

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 48:30


Au sommaire de Radio foot ce lundi 17h10/16h10TU : La France décroche son quart devant une Pologne accrocheuse ! Olivier Giroud détrône Thierry Henry et Kylian Mbappé régale de nouveau en mondovision ! Retour sur une rencontre aux deux visages pour les hommes de Didier Deschamps ! - Le Sénégal éliminé ! Les Anglais retrouveront les Bleus pour un Big Crunch ! Qu'a-t-il manqué aux Lions de la Téranga pour franchir l'obstacle ? - Les huitièmes du jour à la loupe : L'Asie a-t-elle rendez-vous avec le destin ? - Deux chocs cette journée : Brésil/Corée du Sud, Neymar de retour, la Seleçao archifavorite ? Et Japon/Croatie, le pays du Soleil levant peut-il être l'une des surprises de ce Mondial après avoir battu, excusez du peu, l'Allemagne et l'Espagne en poule ! Réponse dans Radio foot ! - Le Roi Pelé, un état de santé très préoccupant ! Le Brésil prie et le monde entier avec. Éric Frosio correspondant sur place nous en dira plus. Pour en débattre autour d'Annie Gasnier, nos consultants du jour Bruno Constant, Dominique Baillif et Yoro Mangara - David Fintzel - Technique/Réalisation : Laurent Salerno.

Radio Foot Internationale
Coupe du monde 2022: les Bleus en quarts de finale

Radio Foot Internationale

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 48:30


Au sommaire de Radio foot ce lundi 17h10/16h10TU : La France décroche son quart devant une Pologne accrocheuse ! Olivier Giroud détrône Thierry Henry et Kylian Mbappé régale de nouveau en mondovision ! Retour sur une rencontre aux deux visages pour les hommes de Didier Deschamps ! - Le Sénégal éliminé ! Les Anglais retrouveront les Bleus pour un Big Crunch ! Qu'a-t-il manqué aux Lions de la Téranga pour franchir l'obstacle ? - Les huitièmes du jour à la loupe : L'Asie a-t-elle rendez-vous avec le destin ? - Deux chocs cette journée : Brésil/Corée du Sud, Neymar de retour, la Seleçao archifavorite ? Et Japon/Croatie, le pays du Soleil levant peut-il être l'une des surprises de ce Mondial après avoir battu, excusez du peu, l'Allemagne et l'Espagne en poule ! Réponse dans Radio foot ! - Le Roi Pelé, un état de santé très préoccupant ! Le Brésil prie et le monde entier avec. Éric Frosio correspondant sur place nous en dira plus. Pour en débattre autour d'Annie Gasnier, nos consultants du jour Bruno Constant, Dominique Baillif et Yoro Mangara - David Fintzel - Technique/Réalisation : Laurent Salerno.

City Lights with Lois Reitzes
Cirque du Soleil's “KURIOS — Cabinet of Curiosities” / Georgia Vegfest / H Johnson

City Lights with Lois Reitzes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 51:28


Today we go behind the scenes of Cirque du Soleil's “KURIOS — Cabinet of Curiosities” with artistic director Rachel Lancaster and one of the performers Sophie Guay. Plus, Helene Greenberg tells us about this Sunday's Georgia Vegfest, and we visit with H. Johnson. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Le Cours de l'histoire
Fou d'histoire 44/44 : Ariane Mnouchkine, "folle" d'histoire

Le Cours de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 58:40


durée : 00:58:40 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit - De la Russie au Japon, d'Eschyle à Molière, la metteuse en scène Ariane Mnouchkine qui reprend les représentations de "L'Île d'or", nous explique comment le théâtre peut être un voyage politique et historique. - invités : Ariane Mnouchkine Metteuse en scène, réalisatrice et scénariste, fondatrice du Théâtre du Soleil

Eventist 365
Public Speaking in the Corporate Events Space with Don Colliver

Eventist 365

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 26:29


We have Don Colliver with us today. Don teaches popular public speaking courses internally at Google and around the world and speaks professionally for Fortune 500 companies including Adobe, Cisco, and Medtronic. He has performed with the Blue Man Group, toured internationally as a theatrical Google clown for contemporary circus Spiegel World, and is listed in the Cirque du Soleil performer database. In this episode, Don discusses how graphic design can be taken into account when creating engaging corporate events. He shares four ways that graphic designers can engage their audiences: by acknowledging something the audience is doing; breaking the fourth wall; providing helpful information; and reaching milestones on platforms such as Apple podcasts or Spotify. Tune in to this episode and learn about the art and impact of public speaking! Highlights: (01:28) What it's like performing with the Blue Man Group (03:35) ​​ What public speaking courses are Googlers taking? (04:50) How has Don's clown experience impacted his approach to public speaking more specifically? (07:04) What things is Don looking for before choosing to do a course? (08:45) Why is transformational public speaking impactful? (16:38) How do people get into public speaking classes? (19:45) How can trade show marketers or internal corporate marketing departments find superstar tradeshow speakers? (21:43) What are some ways that people within the same booth space can encourage audience engagement? (24:06) Don's experience in a book reading at the NewNow Creative Event and Community Center California Links: Connect with Don: Don's Book: Wink: Transforming Public Speaking with Clown Presence: Colliver, Don: 9798986276731: Amazon.com: Books Website: doncolliver.com LinkedIn: Don Colliver - Instructional Designer and Facilitator - GoogleArts | LinkedIn Twitter: Don Colliver (@doncolliver) / Twitter Connect with Yanique: Podcast www.facebook.com/groups/eventist365/ https://twitter.com/eventist365 https://www.instagram.com/eventist365/ Host https://www.facebook.com/MissYaniDoesStuff/ https://twitter.com/YaniDoesStuff https://www.instagram.com/YaniDoesStuff/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ydacosta/ Graphic Design Firm for Corporate Events: https://www.facebook.com/TheYKMD https://twitter.com/theYKMD https://instagram.com/theYKMD https://www.linkedin.com/company/ykmd/z Graphic Design Firm Websites: Books mentioned: How to Tell a Story: The Essential Guide to Memorable Storytelling from The Moth