Welcome to the Celestial Insights Podcast, the show that brings the stars down to Earth! Each week, astrologer, coach, and intuitive Celeste Brooks of Astrology by Celeste will be your guide. Join Celeste for a 2023 Predictions Panel! Grab the digital astrology calendar by Wise Skies Collective – get $15 off with the code CELESTE15! Book a private astrology reading or horary consultation. Download Celeste's free guide to help understand the transiting Moon! Here's Celeste's Amazon storefront, with recommended books and oracle decks! You can also follow Astrology by Celeste on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, and Yelp. ***** Astrology highlights for the week of December 4, 2022: 00:49 – Announcements: Enjoy a special 10% discount on readings, just for podcast listeners, until December 15! When you book your private astrology reading or horary consultation, use code PODCAST10. Thank you for listening! 01:30 – Join Celeste for a 2023 Predictions Panel with Tiffany Harelik and Sarah L'Hrar! The investment is $33, and the class is on December 21, 2022, at noon PT. See you there! 02:33 – This week's theme is: The Throes of Passion! The three big things: First, a lot of chaotic energy is happening right now. Mars, Mercury, Venus, and asteroid Pallas Athene are out of bounds all week. Also, Venus and Mercury are opposite Mars in mutable signs, and they're all squaring Neptune! Will we hear wild news from the World Cup? Also, the Sun is parallel asteroid Aesculapia (associated with physicians and healing) – hopefully, we won't hear news of an injury! Venus is conjunct asteroid Hygeia (public hygiene, preserver of health). 07:12 – Second, Jupiter. Jupiter is the ruler of Sagittarius and is in its other home sign right now, Pisces. The biggest planet rules abundance and protects us from asteroids (thus, it is known as a protector). Jupiter makes everything bigger – good and bad. It rules law, morality, ethics, and philosophy. It's known for its big ideas and is associated with systems of belief, reckless behavior, and overindulgence. On the shadow side, it can be moralizing – like a know-it-all. It magnifies things. Mercury and Venus will square Jupiter this week. Mercury can show massive dexterity (like gymnast energy). Take time to enjoy cleverly woven stories and humor. Venus in Sagittarius squaring Jupiter in Pisces can bring excessive flattery, people waxing philosophical about love, overspending, and daredevil stuff (like bungee jumping). After the square, Mercury and Venus enter the earth sign of Capricorn and settle down. 11:44 – Third, we welcome a Full Moon at 16 Gemini on December 7! Look back to the solar eclipse from June 10, 2021, and the First Quarter Moon from March 10, 2022, for stories and themes that connect in your life. The Last Quarter in this Lunar Phase Family will be September 6, 2023. The Gemini/Sag is the axis of information. Secrets revealed. What ideas drove long-range goals during these times for you? Reflect on where you started and are now. Celebrate any wins. The Moon is conjunct Mars, so people may be extra fiery or verbally aggressive (like a catcalling energy)! The Gemini Moon is reporting into out-of-bounds Mercury; will we see crimes of passion? The folks in China rebelling against Covid lockdowns reflect this. Also, Venus is parallel Facies, a fixed star at 8 Capricorn. This star's nature is extreme intensity and is the eye of the archer, with penetrating vision. 17:39 – On Sunday, the theme is CALM. Keep calm and carry on. The Moon enters Taurus at 3:36 am PT. 19:00 – On Monday, the word of the day is FISHY. Do not believe everything you hear. People may state opinions presented as the truth. 19:29 – Tuesday's focus is REALISTIC. Keep focused on the essentials. The Moon enters Gemini at 12:48 pm PT. Mercury enters Capricorn at 2:08 pm PT. 20:20 – On Wednesday, the word is SPECTACLE. The circus comes to town. Are you in the clown car or viewing from the street? The Full Moon is at 16 Gemini at 8:08 pm PT. 21:45 – On Thursday, the theme is CHATTER. Spoiler alert, the water cooler may buzz with what happened in the finale. Watch the show or close your ears. The Moon enters Cancer at 11:48 pm PT. 22:47 – On Friday, the emphasis is DISCIPLINE. Watch out for overspending and overindulgence. Venus enters Capricorn at 7:54 pm PT. 23:58 – On Saturday, the word is HUMDRUM. If you feel a bit deflated or bored. It is natural. 24:48 – Thanks for listening to Celestial Insights! To support the podcast and help others find the show, please follow or subscribe wherever you listen, rate it five stars, or write a lovely review! And let Celeste know if you have any "astrology in action" stories at Celeste@astrologybyceleste.com! See you next week!
Les footballeurs parlent aux footballeurs ! « Rothen s'enflamme », le rendez-vous des passionnés du ballon rond revient pour une deuxième saison ! Jérôme Rothen animera des débats enflammés avec sa Dream Team d'anciens joueurs composée d'Emmanuel Petit, Lionel Charbonnier, Éric Di Meco, Mathieu Bodmer, Mathieu Valbuena et Jean-Michel Larqué. Julien Cazarre sortira cette saison encore, des infos exclusives toujours avec son humour et sa plume acérée. En cette année de Coupe du Monde de football, Jérôme Rothen et Jean-Louis Tourre s'entourent d'un casting 5 étoiles avec le grand retour de Juninho (déjà présent lors de la Coupe du Monde au Brésil en 2014), et les arrivées de Patrice Evra, Steven Nzonzi, Mamadou Niang et Jérémy Ménez.
Bienvenue au Ben Névert Show au Trianon,Vous fêtez mes 30 ans avec mes potes et moi ❤️Un GRAND merci distingué et baveux à FRUITZSi tu veux tester ► https://fruitz.me/BenNevertAbonne-toi à la chaine pour ne pas manquer les prochaines vidéos !RETROUVE-MOI SUR INSTA► https://www.instagram.com/bennevert/ --- CRÉÉ PARBen NÉVERTSamuel DIOPJuliette LEIGNIELRÉALISATIONJuliette LEIGNIELMISE EN SCÈNESamuel DIOPassisté par Jacques MADYCHEF OPERATEURMartin LAUGERYLouis BERGOGNÉSONEric GABLERJim HOURCOURIGARAYDIRECTRICE DE PRODUCTIONLéna TURLOT-EHLENCHARGÉE DE PRODUCTIONAgathe DUTERCQDÉCORATIONPaul EPARDEAUAmandine FAUGERASMONTAGEGildas GUEVELGRAPHISMEArthur D'ALLENSBANDNino VELLANicolas MUSSETBastien BURGERPARTENARIATSViolaine BESCOUÉmission tournée au Trianon le 13 septembre 2022REMERCIEMENTSMaëla GOUSSEN Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Programmation consacrée à toutes les sorties musicales de ces dernières semaines. Et le reportage de Kaïge-Jean Balè Simoes de Fonseca consacré au spectacle Black Legends. Cette fresque musicale revisitant la musique noire américaine du «Cotton Club» à Beyoncé est jouée jusqu'au 26 mars 2023 sur la scène du Théâtre Bobino, à Paris. Debordo Leekunfa Désolé (J'ai déconné) Kalash feat Maureen Laptop Biz Ice Basangana Fally Ipupa Par terre (A Colors show) Black AD Mali Michael Jackson Smooth Criminal Kady Tamina (A Colors show) Hiro Ma promesse Maurane Voyer feat Bamby On time Adviser Var Wambo Kankélé Lil Saako Igboroka Chango Bastia M rayi mizé
durée : 00:58:17 - Avec philosophie - par : Géraldine Muhlmann - Comment le football est-il devenu un sport spectaculaire ? Est-il, comme le disait Platini à Duras un "jeu qui n'a pas de vérité ni de loi" ? En quoi est-il différent du cyclisme ? - invités : Eric Fottorino Journaliste et écrivain; Stéphane Floccari Professeur agrégé de philosophie au lycée Marcelin Berthelot, à Saint-Maur-des Fossés, et à l'INSEP
Dans cet épisode, une des paillettes a retrouvé son permis de conduire, les autres le challengent sur le code de la route, Manu Payet a repris le chemin des salles de spectacle que personne n'a encore vu dans l'équipe, et les paillettes terminent encore une fois en jouant à un jeu complètement chtarbos ! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Theo and Leona of the World Bugle (Team E-O to you) return for another scoop. (they originally appeared in Cultists Stole My Baby!) Written and produced by Julie Hoverson Cast List Theo - Henry Marks Leona - Robyn Keyes Chief - Julie Hoverson Larry - Dave Fontenot Baby Dali1 - Julie Hoverson Baby Dali2 - Risa Torres Baby Dali3 - Danar Hoverson Waitress - Sirena Raine Melody - Tanja Milojevic Harmony - Cailean Evedus Other Dalis - Marleigh Norton, Kat Pryde, Gwendolyn Gieseke-Woodard, Kimberly Gianopoulos, Kimberly Poole, Brittney Cruz Music by Josh Woodward Dali Song - Music by Reju (used under creative commons license), words by Arthur O'Shaugnessy, Sung by Julie Hoverson Editing and Sound: Julie Hoverson Cover Design: Julie Hoverson "What kind of a place is it? Why it's an infamous newsroom, can't you tell?" **************************************************************************** Whatever Happened to Baby Dali? Cast: [Opening credits - Olivia] Chief Theo "Smoothie" Walsh Leona Pope Dali 1 Other Dalis Melody Harmony Waitress Larry Four Reporters OLIVIA Did you have any trouble finding it? What do you mean, what kind of a place is it? Why, it's a notorious Newsroom, can't you tell? MUSIC SCENE 1 SOUND bullpen REPORTER 1 So your sister said - oh, not YOUR sister, a NUN named SISTER. REPORTER 2 Drinking the vinegar counteracts the toxins in the system due to-- REPORTER 3 Fourteen people just vanished? Were you on any mind-altering substances? REPORTER 4 Yes, if you spell it backwards it certainly does make the word-- SOUND DOOR CLOSES THEO Chief? I - uh-- [breaks off in horror] SOUND RUSTLE OF TAFFETA CHIEF Whaddaya think? THEO [freaked out] Are you... getting married? [squeak] In white? LEONA [quiet] Are you really asking? THEO Uh-- CHIEF Nah - scared ya didn't I? THEO Uh-- CHIEF Don't worry. I'm still eligible. THEO Uh--? LEONA Back away. Don't take your eyes off her. CHIEF Whaddaya think? It's a little tight in the gut. Gonna have to cut some of them carbs. THEO [trying] Yeah. That would do it. CHIEF At least I got the shoulders to pull off strapless. Hey, where you going? THEO Uh--! LEONA Eager to get to work. You know these young pups. CHIEF Good attitude. Interview room 3. THEO Oh, good! LEONA [side of her mouth] Quick. SCENE 2 SOUND DOOR SHUTS THEO what was that? LEONA It's June. THEO And? LEONA Happens about this time every year. THEO Why? LEONA Bridal feature pull-out? I don't know! [hissed] I don't ask! [commanding] Room 3. THEO Oh, right. SOUND DOOR OPENS LEONA You go first. THEO Right. [a beat] Holy cow! It's her! LEONA Chief doesn't move that fast. Especially in a train. THEO No, I mean - I mean - It IS you, isn't it? DALI 1 Is it safe here? THEO Why does everyone ask that? LEONA Who does he think you are? DALI 1 I'm - I'm Baby Dali. THEO I knew it! I love your music. LEONA We don't do publicity stunts. C'mon, Smoothie. SOUND HUSTLES HIM OUT OF ROOM, DOOR SHUTS THEO We don't? LEONA Of course we do. When we arrange them. Part of our job - your job - is to protect the Bugle from being used for anyone ELSE's cheap publicity. THEO Oh. But Baby Dali's been missing for fourteen days! LEONA Probably in rehab. THEO No! No one knows where she's been! If we could break the story-- SCENE 3 LARRY Hey! You'll never guess who I just took a call from! THEO Ratboy? LEONA State mental health board? LARRY [gloating] Baby Dali. She's ready to come home, and called US to break the story! THEO Wait, but she-- SOUND SLAP LEONA [covering] When did she call? LARRY Just now. THEO Where did she say she was? LARRY Hah! No way. This is MY scoop! [running away, laughing] My ticket out of the bullpen! [stops, turns back] Hah! THEO That's ... sad. LEONA Yeah. Send a stripper. Come on. THEO Where are we going? LEONA [exasperated] Room 3? THEO Aha! SCENE 4 SOUND DOOR OPENS LEONA Sorry about that. Had to do some quick fact checking. THEO Yeah! Make sure you're really.... [melting] Really her. DALI 1 Precisely the problem! Proving I'm her! I mean me. LEONA [muttered prompt] Oh? THEO [gasp] Oh? DALI 1 I'm plagued with posers! LEONA [sigh] Aren't the solid black sunglasses and white fright wig a bit of a giveaway? THEO [infatuated] I knew who you were the moment I saw you. DALI 1 You have a nice face. THEO I do? LEONA My colleague will now take notes. SOUND PEN, PAPER, SLAPPED DOWN THEO Yeah.... MUSIC SCENE 5 SOUND IN CAR THEO Where are we going? LEONA Following Larry. THEO Who? LEONA [disgusted sigh] THEO [getting it] Oh, him! How do we find him again? LEONA He hasn't left yet. THEO How do you know? LEONA I ordered donuts. DALI 1 Oh! LEONA Shh. You're not here, remember? DALI 1 [singing] I swear! THEO Why is she hiding in the back seat under your gym bag? LEONA One - so she won't be seen, since she won't take off that wig. DALI 1 It is my own hair! LEONA Like hell. I saw it shift. DALI 1 It is a wig - but it IS my own hair. LEONA [shudder] uhhhhh. THEO And two? LEONA Two what? THEO You said that was reason one. What's two? LEONA So you can focus, dumbass. THEO Oh. LEONA There he goes! Keep your eyes on the green Camaro. THEO Camaro? LEONA [growl] Green car. Coming out of the parking garage! THEO Gotcha. MUSIC SCENE 6 AMB PARK LARRY [giving a code phrase] The dog flies in the springtime. DALI 2 [squeaky] Yellow is the color of my true love's eyes. LARRY You sound... different. DALI 2 I use a voice modulator on stage. LARRY Ah. So. The world is listening. Tell me your story. DALI 2 Listening? Aren't you from the print media? LARRY Oh. Yeah. I was speaking figuratively. DALI 2 I see. Anyway... I have a really big story, but I have to be certain it will see print! LARRY Of course! SOUND FOOTSTEPS STORM UP DALI 1 Imposter! DALI 2 Imposter! LEONA [off, whispered] I thought you were watching her! THEO [vague] Uh-huh. LEONA Go get the story dumbass. THEO But you? LEONA I can take photos from here. THEO [vague] Okay. SOUND SLAP LEONA Did I mention I'm not giving warnings any more? LARRY [angry] You? No way! The tale of two Dalis is all mine! THEO I - we - brought one of them. LARRY Then dance with the Dali you came with! It's only fair! DALI 1 She's a fake! DALI 2 She's a fake! THEO Waitaminute. You don't even sound like-- BOTH DALIS Autotune!! DALI 3 [chiming in] Autotune. THEO Oh. Huh? Three? MUSIC SCENE 7 WAITRESS All, righty then - that will be 3 orders of waffles, three fruit cups- ALL DALIS It's the only thing vegan on the menu. WAITRESS And two pots of coffee. Comin right up! SOUND DOOR OPENS SOUND DINER NOISES SOUND DOOR SHUTS, CUTTING OUT THE SOUND LEONA [prompting] Ok, this isn't going to last forever - someone will say something, eventually, and then these three won't be an exclusive any more! LARRY Exclusive to all three of us. I get my credit, too. THEO Of course! Fair is fair. LEONA [muttered] I got your credit right here. DALI 1 Can we get on with this? DALI 2 I have a recording session in two hours. DALI 3 No, I do. DALI 1 How can they be so much like me? LEONA Ask them some questions - figure out which is the real one. THEO Right. Ok. Which of you is the real Baby Dali? ALL DALIS I am. DALI 3 Or should I say [singing] I am me and no one else is. LARRY Sounds convincing to me. LEONA I think that one's a guy. THEO That doesn't help... there's been "speculation" about Dali. LEONA [disgusted noise] Ugh! At least let me get some snaps while you think. SOUND TAKING PHOTOS THEO Gee, they even pose alike. LARRY I guess it will all come down to DNA. THEO I don't think so. Dali is a notorious germophobe, and a compulsive clean freak. [nervously over explaining] According to her official web page, which I only browsed for informational newspaper business reasons. LARRY Yeah, me too, but I didn't read much. Those costumes are pretty skimpy. THEO Don't be so creepy, not right in front of her - uh, them. SCENE 8 SOUND DOOR KICKED IN THEO Whoa! LARRY [faints] Uhhh... LEONA I'll be in the... uh... Corner. THEO Stop right there! MELODY You're not giving orders here! HARMONY Yeah. Get those hands up where we can see them. LEONA Keep them talking, this is great. THEO Talking? LEONA Find out what they want. THEO They're dressed like ninjas. MELODY What did you say? THEO Nothing! MELODY I heard you, and I have perfect pitch. THEO oh. Nothing ... uh... uncomplimentary. MELODY [getting closer] Do you know who we are? LEONA Say no. THEO Uh, no? and - and I don't want to, because that way I can never identify you or even report you for robbing a waffle house! MELODY [scoffing] Waffle house! HARMONY We care nothing for your waffles. THEO Uh, ok. ALL DALIS We're having the fruit cup. MELODY No. No fruit cup today. You are coming with us. Just you three. LEONA You can't just leave us here. We might-- [prompting] might--? THEO Uh, what? LEONA We might [prompting] do something? Ugh! THEO We might tell [heavy import] THEM. MELODY [horrified] How do you know about THEM? LEONA I'm actually impressed. THEO oh... Everyone knows about THEM. But only a select few know how to reach THEM. LEONA Smoothie. MELODY [grim] right. You will come with us as well. HARMONY What about the sleeping one? Does he know THEM? LEONA Oh, him? He doesn't know anyone. MUSIC SCENE 9 SOUND WALKING, ECHOEY MELODY Stop! THEO Can we take off the blindfolds now? MELODY Harmony! Take off the blindfolds. And search them. We don't want any messages getting to THEM. SOUND RUSTLING ALL DALIS [general interjections of annoyance like Hey! Stop! Ouch! Ooh!] HARMONY Give me your phone. LEONA Here. SOUND ZIP HARMONY What's this, in your bag? [confused, examining a camera] It has a lens like a phone, but it's awfully big. And it doesn't even have a keypad. LEONA Hmph. It's an antique. Keepsake. I keep meaning to have it mounted on a keychain. HARMONY It's big for a keychain. LEONA [exasperated] I'll never lose my keys. Besides, I still use the flash... uh - flashlight function sometimes. See? SOUND CAMERA SNAPS HARMONY Oh. Ok then. And you. THEO Be gentle. LEONA [sarcastic aside] Be careful. At least she left on the ninja mask. [up, to Theo] find out what's going on. THEO Harmony, is it? A codename, I'm sure, since you and your partner there are clearly too smart to use your real names in front of your victims - I mean in front of civilians. HARMONY [noncommittal grunt] Hmph. THEO All right. I'm not asking for me, but what do you plan to do with the Baby Dalis? I worry that something bad is going to happen. HARMONY Nothing bad. To them. THEO That's a lower case "them," right? Not a THEM them? MELODY Enough chit-chat! You probably know why we brought you here-- LEONA Not a clue. THEO No. MELODY We are the Secret Protectorate Aligned to Reduce or Control Leaching of Entertainers. THEO Leaching? Huh? MELODY We needed an "L". LEONA Sparcle? [snort of almost laughter] THEO Tell me more. I'm a good listener. MELODY You don't know it, friend, but there's a celebrity crisis happening every 20 minutes, and no one else is trying to help! THEO No? Really? MELODY That - those three - are proof of the latest perfidy the government has in the works. ALL DALIS We are? MELODY [definite] Cloning. THEO Wow. ALL DALIS Uh... DALI 3 [panicked] I need to use the bathroom. MUSIC SCENE 10 [Whispered conversation] DALI 1 Yes, my disappearance was a publicity stunt, and yes I am the real Baby Dali. LEONA Heh heh - just like To Tell The Truth. DALI 2 What? LEONA God I feel old. THEO And the other two - you and ... her? DALI 2 Professional Dali impersonator. I was just taking advantage of the vacuum left by her-- SOUND DOOR OPENS, FEET ENTER DALI 3 [crying and running in] MELODY Do not worry, Baby Dalis, we are only here to liberate you and facilitate your re-entry into society. LEONA Like a celebrity dogpound. THEO Wait! MELODY What? THEO Uh-- LEONA Better make it truly, monumentally good. DALI 2 Way to take the pressure off. THEO Uh, what if I were to tell you I'm a reporter for the Weekly World Bugle? MELODY I would be forced to kill you. HARMONY We're not yet ready to reveal our manifesto to the world. THEO Ah. Good thing that would have been a ruse, then, eh? LEONA We're gonna die. THEO But you have to ask yourself, then, how DO I know about THEM? Moment of silence MELODY [cold] I don't have to ask anything. HARMONY [shocked] Melody! You know that we can't do that! [cut off] MELODY Shh!!! How do I even know that you know about THEM, eh? LEONA I do not want to die at the hands of bimbos named after the bugaloos. THEO [ominous but vague] Do you know about the government connection? MELODY [shocked] You know? THEO But it's not who you think it is. They want us to believe it's this department, or that [hinting] bureau, when ultimately... [trails off suggestively] HARMONY He does know! THEO The officials in question might just find themselves a little less able to sleep at night, if they knew that you knew that I know that THEY know just what's behind it all. MELODY Do you know the countersign? THEO Like that incident last month. [breaking his train] The what? LEONA [muttered] Bugaloos. THEO What? MELODY [suspicious] It almost sounds like you're one of us. Do you know the countersign? LEONA [muttered] Benita Bizarre? THEO Uh... Josie and the Pussycats? LEONA [exasperated] Damn! MELODY Welcome brother! LEONA [impressed] Damn! MUSIC SCENE 11 AMB DIFFERENT ROOM SOUND STEPS MELODY Don't speak yet. SOUND MUSIC TURNED ON MELODY It jams any listening device. THEO I love this song. MELODY It seemed fitting. [suddenly brisk] So. What do you know about the cloning project? THEO Uh... nothing specific. We've had our eye on suspicious activity for quite some time. MELODY Damn. I was hoping. THEO But-- MELODY What? THEO Well... I don't think they can be actual "clones". Don't they take years to grow? And Baby Dali only really got famous with her song "Treehouse victim" last year. MELODY You underestimate the cloning process. The technology is there. THEO Oh. But they're not... perfect copies...? MELODY That is the trickiest part. They are clearly mixing DNA. THEO Clearly? MELODY Yes. The squeaky one is probably mixed with that creepy chick from Poultergeist. THEO Ri-i-ight. And the other? MELODY [definite] Morgan Freeman. THEO Uh, yeah. SOUND DOOR FLUNG OPEN HARMONY (breathless) We've found more! There must have been a breach at the Baby Dali containment center! THEO Containment Center? MELODY They had to breed them some place. THEO Tell me, do you guys see a lot of Elvises? MELODY How many? THEO Thousands. MELODY No, I mean how many Babys have we found? HARMONY Four more, and another 8 possible sightings. THEO That's a lot of Dalis. MUSIC SCENE 12 SOUND DOOR OPENS, SCUFFLE SUDDENLY STOPS SOUND FEET, DOOR SHUTS THEO What are you doing? DALI 2 I want to take this all off and get them to let me go! But they won't let me! LEONA Naked? That'll be a photo op. DALI 2 Just the makeup and wig! DALI 1 Never tarnish the illusion. THEO Don't! Their belief in this clone thing might be the only thing keeping us all alive. DALI 3 Besides, I can't take it off - I've had surgery. THEO [creeped out] Oh? DALI 3 For my FACE. Not down there. That's probably what started all the rumors. DALI 1 I love the rumors. DALI 3 [starstruck] You do? Really? LEONA Shh! SOUND SILENCE, DOOR OPENS HARMONY Get in there! SOUND SEVERAL PAIRS OF FEET LEONA More? THEO Oh, yeah. They've been finding more of them. SOUND DOOR SLAMS, LOCKS DALI 4 They took me right off the stage! DALI 5 I was on a date. DALI 7 Busking in the subway. DALI 8 [bad asian accent] I Baby Dorry. DALI 6 I was working a party. THEO And no one tried to stop them from taking you? DALI 6 What could 6-year olds do? THEO Oh. [gets it] Ohhh. DALI 9 I like your glasses. Are those Couture? DALI 10 Knockoffs, but they're good aren't they? I'll give you the url. LEONA Even if one of them does get naked, I don't think it will stop them. [up] Haven't you - no I mean you - already done that on stage? ALL DALIS I am a SPECTACLE! LEONA She's done just about everything on stage except light her farts. THEO That's it! ALL DALIS We're vegan. LEONA Don't look at me. THEO I don't mean [hinting] lighting gas... LEONA You lost me. THEO Have you ever seen the movie Gaslight? MUSIC SCENE 13 THEO Hey! You better get in here! SOUND LOCK UNLOCKING LEONA One more shot. SOUND SNAPSHOT SOUND DOOR OPENS HARMONY [horrified] What happened? Where's their hair? MELODY Is she - uh, that one - dead? THEO [strange voice] She is dying of captivity. ALL DALIS [chanting together] We are the music makers and we are the dreamers of dreams. MELODY But she's still talking. THEO Mechanical convictions. HARMONY I love that song. MELODY Brother Theo, what happened? THEO There is more at work here than you can comprehend. I like you. LEONA Straight from Gaslight to Star Trek. Smooth. MELODY What? THEO But I hate you. HARMONY You're mean! SOUND SHE GOES RUNNING OFF, CRYING ALL DALIS [CHANTING ALONG] World-losers and world forsakers, on who the pale moon gleams. THEO Oh! Uh-- LEONA Don't back off. THEO Right. [trying to match the Dali tone] We are the Music Makers and We are the Dreamers of Dreams. LEONA You do realize she didn't write that, don't you? MELODY [confused] Why are you just speaking it like that, why aren't you singing? THEO [creepy whisper] Because - we have no melody! MELODY [disturbed] But-but I'm Melody! THEO Are you? Are you even here? MELODY I - I am! And I still have the gun - uh... [horrified] My gun?! LEONA Plan B. SOUND GUN COCKS LEONA [commanding] Time to go. THEO Ok, we-- LEONA Quick, before they decide on an encore. MUSIC SCENE 14 CHIEF Good thing you got them all moving. LEONA We got pictures of them both with and without the wigs, and of them leaving to get on a special charter bus. THEO They painted the name on the side really fast. LEONA No, that's actually a company that only gives tours to Dali impersonators. THEO Go figure. Do they have an Elvis bus too? LEONA Yeah. But they get fewer drag performers. CHIEF [reminiscent] Yeah. They serve deep fried bananas, and spin a wheel to see which color outfit gets to sit shotgun. [breaking out] Uh, uh - I mean, I hear they do. LEONA [quick, changing the subject] Right. We've got at least four stories out of this. THEO And something for Larry. LEONA [annoyed and horrified] What? THEO He was in on it, too. [sheepish] at the beginning. CHIEF Larry? Larry who? LEONA From the switchboard. CHIEF Look kid. Being nice ain't how news gets made. It's just a fact o' life. THEO Well... If we don't give him something, he might take what he DOES have and go to another paper. LEONA You want to give him a story? THEO [weakly] He could have the waffle house kidnapping. LEONA [long suffering sigh] I guess. As long as he leaves our names out of it. You just volunteered to edit it. THEO Okay. CHIEF So what else do you have for me? THEO Mass migration of dalis. LEONA [snickering] SPARCLE. THEO The sublimation of and abrogation of self in the gestalt identity of celebrity. LEONA Seriously? THEO I can spin it. CHIEF Nice. Big words make people believe crap like that. Whatever it is. THEO I meant an article on how people try and be like famous people. CHIEF Keep the big words. It sounds better. THEO I'll find some experts. LEONA [another idea] There's also that thing about whether she is a he. Theo found out-- THEO Uh, no. CHIEF What do you mean? THEO The real one wouldn't confirm or deny. LEONA Even when she kissed you? THEO Yeah, well... [shrugs] A Dali is a Dali. CHIEF You could do something with that, you know. On the puzzles page. Get three of them and one fake impersonator. LEONA [chuckles] CHIEF Put pictures of them all in a four box grid and stick some clues in as to which is which. Run a little contest. Think about it. [commanding] In your office. I have to call someone about flowers. THEO [thinking back to the wedding thing] Flowers? For? CHIEF Truman at the Guardian when he drops dead seeing our headlines. THEO Ohhh. Good. LEONA Come on. CHIEF Eh. Maybe I should just send that stripper. SOUND DOOR SHUTS SOUND THEY LEAVE - THIS FADES ACROSS THE BULLPEN LEONA I like the puzzle idea, though we should make it 9-up, like the brady bunch. THEO Who? LEONA [angry growl] Nostalgia. Look it up. THEO Who will be the fake impersonator? LEONA She did say you have a nice face. THEO NO way! LEONA I have to take the picture. REPORTER 4 We actually already have all the Dalis we can use. REPORTER 3 No, thanks, but if you have an MJ sighting? No? REPORTER 2 Anything else? Photo of the prez stepping into a spaceship? REPORTER 1 Yes, yes I'll ask - can we use anything from Ringo Starr? He's on the line and-- ALL REPORTERS Naaaaaaaah. FADE TO END
In the wake of the sudden passing of actor Leslie Jordan, Dennis revisits this interview he conducted with Leslie in his Los Angeles apartment on October 28, 2014. In it, Leslie discusses his one-man show "Fruit Fly" which was returned to the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center's Renberg Theater that December. Leslie talks about show's origins, the theme of a gay man and his mother and the pain of revisiting his father's tragic passing in a plane crash. Leslie also tells wonderful and outrageous stories about his Emmy night turned nightmare, how his Emmy for "Will and Grace" got damaged, the "Dancing with the Stars" outing he'd like to forget and being mobbed by rabid "Sordid Lives" fans in Palm Springs. Leslie also answers these questions from the Observation Deck: Who was your most surprising fan? Where's the strangest place you've ever been recognized? And Have you ever thrown a good diva tantrum? Other topics include: working with Jessica Lange, writing a love letter to Lily Tomlin, gigantic pubic hair, spitting on Gary Busey on the British version of Big Brother, having his first boyfriend after the age of 50 and what kept him going through all the ups and downs of a career as an artist. About the interview, Dennis says, “I remember leaving Leslie's apartment after the interview feeling like I was high on some kind of drug, the drug of Leslie Jordan. He just made people happy on screen and off and what I find most inspiring about him is that he chose to be that way. I guess the lesson there is we all can.”
Come On America So much is happening so quickly that is is difficult to focus on what's most important. We are bombarded with endless threats both purely imaginary and dangerously real. How much faith should we have in our fellow citizens? Do they see what we see the same way? Lordy, I hope a lot of them do. And they vote Tuesday -if they haven't already, that is. Come On, America. Back in the van and recording. Two weeks until the election. The Trump Distraction. Focus on Fascism. He won't run again. Who is not sick of him? The Grift. Trumpheads. Conserving what? Reactionary republicans. So long mangroves. Goodbye rainforest. Zombie ideas. Trickle down. The Rise of Fascism. God, Guns and Trump. The Party. Positive signs. How Bad the Scum? Paul Pelosi Attacked. Weird Sympathy. Kari's Gonna Win. Doubt Priming. Little Insurrections. Trying to Rule by Spectacle. Could Lose Democracy. Come On America.
A Grammy Award-winning singer songwriter, touring musician and philanthropist who started her career with the platinum-selling hit song Stay (I Missed You) from the film Reality Bites. A trailblazing independent artist, Lisa was the first pop musician to have a Number 1 single while not signed to a recording contract. She followed that remarkable feat with several hit singles and six albums, two of which were certified gold. Lisa is well known to parents and kids for her five children's albums and two illustrated children's books with music. Lisa recently collaborated to develop and write the children's musical Camp Kappawanna which debuted at New York City's Atlantic Theater Company. Inspired by her own love of summer camp, in 2008, Lisa started The Camp Lisa Foundation, which sends underserved kids to summer camp. In January 2018, her family friendly album, Feel What U Feel, won the Grammy for Best Children's Album, along with rave reviews and The Parents Choice Award. Among other shows, Lisa provides voice talent for the animated series Creative Galaxy and composes the original songs for the Emmy nominated, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie series. Often recognized for her iconic cat-eyed glasses, Lisa redefines how women accessorize with her own eyewear line. As an entrepreneur, Lisa oversees the business and eyewear design of Lisa Loeb Eyewear. As an actor, Lisa's recent film and television appearances include AP Bio, John Oliver's Last Week Tonight, About a Boy, Hot Tub Time Machine 2, King of The Nerds and Sprout Channel's Sunny Side Up Show (now Sprout House on Universal Kids). You might have also heard her voice on commercials including Alfa Romeo, Foster Farms Chicken and Chili's.
The guys discuss Takeoff's untimely death and the sometimes uncomfortable feeling of grieving people we don't know personally. The episode criticizes TMZ's "reporting" and highlights the challenge of making space for grief while pictures and videos of the deaths of Black folks are treated as clickbait and viral content. This week's "Really, bruh?" is dedicated to the Brooklyn Nets.
durée : 00:09:54 - L'invité de 7h50 - par : Alexandra Bensaid - Edouard Baer, metteur en scène, réalisateur et comédien est l'invité de 7h50. Son nouveau spectacle "Le journal de Paris" réunira des personnages croisés dans la rue (à partir du 12 nov, au Théâtre de la Porte St Martin)
ABOUT BRUCE MAU:For press and event inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS:Bruce Mau - https://www.instagram.com/realbrucemau/#Aiyemobisi Williams - https://www.instagram.com/aiyemobisi/Massive Change Network -https://www.instagram.com/massivechangenetwork/ LINKEDIN ACCOUNTS:Co-founder, Chief Executive Officer Bruce Mau -https://www.linkedin.com/in/bruce-mau/Co-founder, Chief Insights Officer Aiyemobisi “Bisi” Willia -https://www.linkedin.com/in/bisiwilliams/ Company Page Massive Change Network -https://www.linkedin.com/company/massive-change-network/about/WEBSITES:Massive Change Network -https://www.massivechangenetwork.comHealth 2049 Podcast -https://www.health2049.comMAILING LIST:https://massivechangeworkshops.us7.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=edecf2a3075fbcc167f6019ec&id=592db25fb8 BRUCE'S BIO:Bruce Mau is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Massive Change Network (MCN), a global design consultancy based in the Chicago area. Across more than thirty years of design innovation, Bruce has worked as a designer, innovator, educator, and author on a broad spectrum of projects in collaboration with the world's leading brands, organizations, universities, governments, entrepreneurs, renowned artists, and fellow optimists. To create value and positive impact across global ecosystems and economies, Mau evolved a unique toolkit of 24 massive change design principles — MC24 — that can be applied in any field or environment at every scale. The MC24 principles underpin all Bruce's work — from designing carpets to cities, books to new media, global brands to cultural institutions, and social movements to business transformation – and they are the subject of his book,“Mau: MC24, Bruce Mau's 24 Principles for Designing Massive Change in Your Life and Work.” Books are central to Bruce's purpose of achieving and inspiring understanding, clarity, and alignment around visions of a better future. He is the author of“Massive Change”;“Life Style”; and“Mau: MC24: Bruce Mau's 24 Principles for Designing Massive Change in Your Life and Work”;– all published by Phaidon Press. Bruce's“The Incomplete Manifesto for Growth,”a forty-three-point statement on sustaining a creative practice, has been translated into more than fifteen languages and has been shared widely on the Internet for nearly twenty-five years. Bruce is also co-author of several books, including the landmark architecture book“S, M, L, XL”with Rem Koolhaas;“Nexus: Augmented Thinking for a Complex World – The New Convergence of Art, Technology, and Science,”with Julio Ottino, dean of Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering;“The Third Teacher”with OWP/P Architects and VS Furniture; and“Spectacle”with David Rockwell.Bruce has collaborated with clients on the development and design of more than 200 books, including Art Gallery of Ontario, Claes Oldenburg, Douglas Gordon, Frank Gehry, Gagosian, Getty Research Institute, James Lahey, Mark Francis, and Zone Books. In these times of complex, interrelated challenges that are unlike any we've faced before, Bruce believes life-centered design offers a clear path towards identifying the full context of our problems and developing innovative, sustainable, and holistic solutions. Bruce's work and life story are the subject of the feature-length documentary, “MAU,” scheduled for North American theatrical release in May 2022.EP. 43 BRUCE MAU - SHOW INTROWhen I was a kid, my parents used to load my four brothers and I, along with our dog, into a station wagon, hook up a trailer and travel on summer vacation from Montreal to Winnipeg, effectively halfway across Canada, to visit my father's family. The trek would take us along the Trans Canada highway following a route around Lake Superior and passing through cites like Wawa, which had an enormous Canada goose statue, Dryden with the monumental statue of Max the Moose, and Sudbury Ontario with the Big nickel.The big nickel. It was enormous. This thing was a towering 30 feet tall and was said to be about 64 million times the size of the nickel you'd have in your pocket. In a time when penny candy stores were a big thing for a youngster in the late 60's, how much that nickel could buy at Ed's market, the candy store a walk from my parent's house, was beyond imagination. Sudbury was also one of the largest nickel mining areas on the planet. My memory of Sudbury at that time was that it was desolate. For miles around the nickel mines, Sudbury was gray. The landscape was just gray. There were no trees. There was no grass. It was the closest thing my young mind could have imagined when thinking about what the surface of the moon would have looked like. In those seemingly dead zones, it was stark and infertile.In 1971 and '72 NASA actually sent its astronauts to train there for the Apollo 16 and 17 missions, because it approximated what astronauts would encounter when they landed on the lunar surface.While I passed through as a tourist on vacation, there was another boy who lived there in the house at the end of a street beyond which there was only 200 miles of Boreal Forest. As an adult the boy who lived at the end of the street before the forest started would describe those years as ‘lawless' and like walking a Vaseline greased edge on which a misplaced step would send you careening into a chasm from which you would never climb out. Finding his way out of the Boreal Forest, it turns out, would also serve in later years as an apt metaphor for finding a way out of a childhood of adverse experiences to a career as one of the most successful designers of the last 50 years. The house of the end of the street was not the end of the road for Bruce Mau. At a young age, he had other plans to not slip and fall into the chasm, but to find his way out of the forest. To follow a path with an entrepreneurial spirit, of exploration and discovery, continually scanning the world for opportunity. Mau believes that “you need to be taught the entrepreneurial mindset of being lost in the forest and discovering a methodology for finding your way out. You need a compass. You need a way of actually navigating any forest not just the one in front of you.” That, he says, is a very different mindset and design is actually built to do it. That's what designers do…”Looking back, Mau now deeply appreciates how those decisions that he made when he was twelve set that in motion and kind of created the space for him to do what he does and to be who he is.Despite his extraordinary success, he understands that, whatever the kind of problem and no matter how right he believes his solution is, it is it's meaningless if he can't inspire people to do it.He explains that “..I have to show them what that means. I have to show them the destination and I have to take them there in their imagination. I've got to say, ‘look I know we're here now but we're going to go over there. I'm telling you over there is awesome and here's what's going to happen…”I was first exposed to Bruce's creative thinking process through his landmark architectural book “S, M, L, XL”with the world renowned architect Rem Koolhaas. SML XL is not a book you read cover to cover. It is something that you live with, explore and reference over and over again. Bruce is a lover of books and has collaborated with clients on the development and design of more than 200 titles. He says “I consider myself a ‘biblio-naire.' I'm not a billionaire but I am a biblio-naire.”One of these books, that I have read cover to cover, is MC24 “Mau: MC24, Bruce Mau's 24 Principles for Designing Massive Change in Your Life and Work.” This volume is more a manifesto or a unique toolkit of 24 massive change design principles that can be applied in any field or environment at every scale. These 24 principles underpin all of Bruce's work — from designing carpets to cities, books to new media, global brands to cultural institutions, and social movements to business transformation.Today Bruce has navigated the slippery line of life a long way from his childhood years in the liminal space where the road ends and the forest begins. He is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Massive Change Network (MCN), a global design consultancy based in the Chicago area. Across more than thirty years of design innovation, Bruce has worked as a designer, innovator, educator, and author on a broad spectrum of projects with some of world's leading brands, organizations, universities, governments, entrepreneurs, renowned artists, and fellow optimists. Bruce's work and life story are the subject of the feature-length documentary, “MAU,” that was released to North American theatres in May 2022. It is a captivating and candid look into Bruce Mau's life of ideas. I encourage all to see it. ************************************************************************************************************************************The next level experience design podcast is presented by VMSD magazine and Smartwork Media. It is hosted and executive produced by David Kepron. Our original music and audio production by Kano Sound. Make sure to tune in for more NXTLVL “dialogues on DATA: design architecture technology and the arts” wherever you find your favorite podcasts and make sure to visit vmsd.com and look for the tab for the NXTLVL Experience Design podcast there too. And remember you'll always find more information with links to content that we've discussed, contact information to our guests and more in the show notes for each episode. ABOUT DAVID KEPRON:LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/david-kepron-9a1582bWebsites: https://www.davidkepron.com (personal website)vmsd.com/taxonomy/term/8645 (Blog)Email: david.kepron@NXTLVLexperiencedesign.comTwitter: DavidKepronPersonal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidkepron/NXTLVL Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nxtlvl_experience_design/Bio:David Kepron is a multifaceted creative professional with a deep curiosity to understand ‘why', ‘what's now' and ‘what's next'. He brings together his background as an architect, artist, educator, author, podcast host and builder to the making of meaningful and empathically-focused, community-centric customer connections at brand experience places around the globe. David is a former VP - Global Design Strategies at Marriott International. While at Marriott, his focus was on the creation of compelling customer experiences within Marriott's “Premium Distinctive” segment which included: Westin, Renaissance, Le Meridien, Autograph Collection, Tribute Portfolio, Design Hotels and Gaylord hotels. In 2020 Kepron founded NXTLVL Experience Design, a strategy and design consultancy, where he combines his multidisciplinary approach to the creation of relevant brand engagements with his passion for social and cultural anthropology, neuroscience and emerging digital technologies. As a frequently requested international speaker at corporate events and international conferences focusing on CX, digital transformation, retail, hospitality, emerging technology, David shares his expertise on subjects ranging from consumer behaviors and trends, brain science and buying behavior, store design and visual merchandising, hotel design and strategy as well as creativity and innovation. In his talks, David shares visionary ideas on how brand strategy, brain science and emerging technologies are changing guest expectations about relationships they want to have with brands and how companies can remain relevant in a digitally enabled marketplace. David currently shares his experience and insight on various industry boards including: VMSD magazine's Editorial Advisory Board, the Interactive Customer Experience Association, Sign Research Foundation's Program Committee as well as the Center For Retail Transformation at George Mason University.He has held teaching positions at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.), the Department of Architecture & Interior Design of Drexel University in Philadelphia, the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising (L.I.M.) in New York, the International Academy of Merchandising and Design in Montreal and he served as the Director of the Visual Merchandising Department at LaSalle International Fashion School (L.I.F.S.) in Singapore. In 2014 Kepron published his first book titled: “Retail (r)Evolution: Why Creating Right-Brain Stores Will Shape the Future of Shopping in a Digitally Driven World” and he is currently working on his second book to be published soon. David also writes a popular blog called “Brain Food” which is published monthly on vmsd.com.
La version scénique de Bookmakers Enregistrée aux SUBS de Lyon lors de la seconde édition du festival « Littérature Live », cette version scénique de « Bookmakers » prend le pari de réunir les 16 premie.è.r.e.s invité.e.s du podcast grâce à un habile re-montage de leurs propos. Résultat : une super-master-class pour évoquer en 90 minutes l'essentiel des questions à se poser quand on veut écrire un roman, de l'éveil de la vocation à la signature du contrat. Avant, pendant et après l'écriture. Trois parties, trois chapitres, le temps d'une conversation susceptible d'éclairer la célèbre phrase attribuée à William Faulkner (qu'il n'a ni écrite, ni prononcée) : « Écrire, c'est comme craquer une allumette au cœur de la nuit, au beau milieu d'un bois. La littérature ne sert pas à mieux voir. Seulement à mesurer l'épaisseur de l'obscurité. » En présence imaginaire de : Philippe Jaenada, Alice Zeniter, Delphine de Vigan, Tristan Garcia, Chloé Delaume, Dany Laferrière, Lola Lafon, Nicolas Mathieu, Marie Desplechin, Pierre Jourde, Sylvain Prudhomme, Alain Damasio, Hervé Le Tellier, Sophie Divry, Lydie Salvayre et Bayon. (Spectacle créé à Brest, en janvier 2022, lors du festival Longueur d'Ondes.) En partenariat avec Babelio. Enregistrement : 22 mai 22 - Entretiens, présentation, lectures : Richard Gaitet - Prises de son, montage : Sara Monimart - Réalisation, régie : Charlie Marcelet, Baptiste Dupin, Sahar Pirouz - Musiques originales et mixage : Samuel Hirsch - Conception et mise en scène : Richard Gaitet, Charlie Marcelet, Samuel Hirsch - Illustration : Sylvain Cabot - Production : ARTE Radio - Remerciements : aux équipes lyonnaises des SUBS, du festival « Littérature Live » et de la Villa Gillet - Samuel Hirsch
Kit, Aurora, Heather and Tai recorded this during Kanye's last public display of assholery in which he was stalking and publicly abusing his ex-partner Kim Kardashian. They didn't touch on his newest antics and they won't be recording another episode about it, but felt this one was relevant and worth sharing. They discuss his public abuse within the context of Andrea Dworkin's writing on the trial of Nicole Brown Simpson.
Prop, Gare, Robert, and Shereen finish talking about Kanye's antisemitism and conspiracy theories, while discussing how to cover this topic without falling into media spectacle and exploitation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jesse Mayer is a true rock n roll warrior. As an accomplished drummer, Jesse has played in a zillion bands including Fingerpaint, Shake The Faith, The Von Kenmores (where he earned his moniker "Jesse Von Kenmore"), The Marvels, Caged Heat, The New Alibis, his current band the incredible Diablogato, and yes we've probably missed a few...He's also a huge fan of the Boston music scene and of course we share an equal love for The Outlets and we both rank their song "Eddy" in our top 10 ever... Music Milquetoast & Co "Cigarette Burns"(Theme music) Diablogato "Jet Black Night" Diablogato"Too Far Gone" Recorded and edited by Mike Nash at Voice Motel on October 15, 2022 This podcast was supported by Baby Loves Tacos, Pittsburgh PA. and Spectacle, Boston MA. The Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico podcast is brought to you by Light Street Media. #Diablogato --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support
Prop, Gare, Robert, and Shereen finish talking about Kanye's antisemitism and conspiracy theories, while discussing how to cover this topic without falling into media spectacle and exploitation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3:11 - Kanye seems to have gone Charlie Sheen meets Mel Gibson. What's going on with him and how does this connect to his past social media blow-ups? 32:40 - Recent leaked audio of 3 Hispanic LA City Council Members making racist comments & discussing corrupt dealings has blown up the City Council. Jennifer Van Laar of Red State joins me to discuss. 1:02:56 - Justin Hart has been one of the most insightful COVID chroniclers & data analysts. His new book "Gone Viral: How COVID Drove the World Insane" lays out our past couple years of craziness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nicole has questions for Farm Rio, she loves them, but what is her true ordering size? Sasheer watched Dahmer and both Nicole and her agreed, yikes! However, they do like Joe and are excited for YOU. They take a quiz about what their eyes say about them, and lastly answer some questions with their natural born leader abilities. Here is the quiz from this week: https://www.quizyourfriends.com/what-do-your-eyes-say-about-you/ Email or call Nicole & Sasheer with your friendship questions at:email@example.com
*CONTAINS SPOILERS* We've made it to the annual Beyond Spectacle episode which means our feature presentation today is our last viewing of the year. But before we wrap up on season 3 of Frameform, we're screening Anna Rose Holmer's 2015 indie feature, “The Fits.” A story taken place outside of Cincinnati, Ohio following 11-year-old Toni, a tomboy who struggles to fit into her new dance troupe while experiencing an epidemic of violent fits amongst the team. As we follow Toni's day to day routine– boxing with her brother, filling water canteens, and observing the next door dance team, Toni is captivated by the freedom of expression that dance offers outside of boxing. In this film, Holmer's cast completely features a playbill cast of non-actor dancers from Cincinnati's Q Kidz Dance Team after discovering their talents on YouTube.Watch the film before you download this episode, because we're full of spoilers today. ADDITIONAL READINGSScreendance Journal Article (Dis/Orientation: Rhythmic Bodies and Corporeal Orature in The Fits)How Did You Create aDirector/Actress Interview: Coming-of-Age Portrait Through DanceThe Transcendant Gaze –Thanks to all who have been tuning in all season! We appreciate our audience and your support. If you have any ideas for topics for future episodes, please let us know! We love crowd-sourced recommendations because you too are a part of this ongoing conversation! We're always available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org–Instagram
SS Decontrol(SSD) founding members Al Barile and Jaime Sciarappa join us on this classic episode to talk about the legendary Boston hardcore band, the formation of the infamous Boston crew, the early straight edge hardcore scene, and their recent signing to Trust Records. Its a lengthy discussion and we cover a lot, so strap on your seatbelt and enjoy the ride.... Music The Charms "So Pretty"(theme song) SSD "Glue" SSD "Boiling Point" SSD "How Much Art Can You Take" Recorded and edited by Mike Nash at Voice Motel on October 15, 2022 This podcast was supported by Baby Loves Tacos, Pittsburgh PA. and Spectacle, Boston MA. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support
Open TikTok and your for you page is likely filled with a slew of content capitalising on the lives of strangers without their consent. From random acts of kindness, to asking what someone walking past is listening to or simply starting to record when watching someone behave strangely in public; we're constantly seeking new spectacle to record on our phones in the hope of going viral. On this week's episode, Ione and Eden are discussing the moral ambiguity of building an online following using the unsuspecting public. Order Ione's book, Poor Little Sick Girls, here!Want to support the podcast? If you're a brand or organisation that could help us continue the show, Please fill in this form. Can't wait to hear from you!We'd love to know what you think about our podcast. Fill out this survey here to have your say
Those who want glory now, claiming to be the spiritual elite, do not take passages like this seriously. This always harms the gospel and precious saints who assume they are failing. Those who trust Christ alone through the gospel have forgiveness of sins and the promise of future glory.
Hit them in the pocketbook! Brian, Caitlin, and Matt are back to discuss and celebrate Andor Ep 6 and to discuss some Star Wars book news. They also dive deep into the mailbag, fulfill promises, shatter hearts, and talk about that damn movie again.Support the show
Kristina Marie Darling's Daylight Has Already Arrived (Black Lawrence Press, 2022) spans six years and countless styles. Motifs and images reappear, but the formal choices are wide-ranging. The poet utilizes prose, analysis of Shakespeare, erasure, and even footnotes to create neither memoir nor mediation, but a deeply intimate perspective on a vast landscape of ideas. Darling creates a sense of urgency without ever sacrificing her delicate, but firm grip on her work. Darling is the author of thirty-six books, which include Look to Your Left: A Feminist Poetics of Spectacle; Stylistic Innovation, Conscious Experience, and the Self in Modernist Women's Poetry; Silence in Contemporary Poetry; Silent Refusal: Essays on Contemporary Feminist Poetry; Angel of the North; and X Marks the Dress: A Registry (co-written with Carol Guess). Hal Coase is a PhD candidate at La Sapienza, University of Rome. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
On this episode we have two fantastic guests in Anthony Kaczynski(Figures On A Beach/Fireking/The Magnetic Fields) and famous rock photographer and huge music fan JJ Gonson(Once Somerville). JJ Starts things off with a recap of a great Summer season of shows promoted by Once and then fills us in with some really cool shows coming up at the end of the month. Anthony then talks about his long awesome career which started in Detroit as a founding member of New Wavers Figures On A Beach, who moved to Boston in the mid 80's. He then goes on to talk about his ultra cool rock band Fireking, and his most recent adventures touring and playing with legends The Magnetic Fields(including JJ's connection to the MF's). We top it all off with Anthony's involvement with the band Gymnasium. Great talk with some great music people.... Music The Charms "So Pretty"(theme song) Fireking "Today" Gymnasium "Atlantic Sky" Recorded by Mike Nash at Voice Motel on October 1, 2022 This podcast was supported by Baby Loves Tacos, Pittsburgh PA. and Spectacle, Boston MA. #TheMagneticFields #Fireking #OnceSomerville --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support
Kristina Marie Darling's Daylight Has Already Arrived (Black Lawrence Press, 2022) spans six years and countless styles. Motifs and images reappear, but the formal choices are wide-ranging. The poet utilizes prose, analysis of Shakespeare, erasure, and even footnotes to create neither memoir nor mediation, but a deeply intimate perspective on a vast landscape of ideas. Darling creates a sense of urgency without ever sacrificing her delicate, but firm grip on her work. Darling is the author of thirty-six books, which include Look to Your Left: A Feminist Poetics of Spectacle; Stylistic Innovation, Conscious Experience, and the Self in Modernist Women's Poetry; Silence in Contemporary Poetry; Silent Refusal: Essays on Contemporary Feminist Poetry; Angel of the North; and X Marks the Dress: A Registry (co-written with Carol Guess). Hal Coase is a PhD candidate at La Sapienza, University of Rome. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature
This episode is full of deep questions. The Guys are the ones answering said questions, however, so deep answers may be in short supply. The issue before them? When it comes to the genres most discussed on this podcast - superheroes, Star fill-in-the-blank, perhaps a Middle Earth adventure - do they shine more brightly on the movie screen or the CRT (or whatever small screen one might currently be watching)? Quotable comparisons like “Spectacle vs Story” and “Message or Medium” are provided free of charge - no subscription necessary. Jay also gets schooled on whatever a Kelvin is, another full-filmed project is cancelled, and the Hugh-Ryan rivalry takes an interesting turn. Listen to this one with big headphones.
Kristina Marie Darling's Daylight Has Already Arrived (Black Lawrence Press, 2022) spans six years and countless styles. Motifs and images reappear, but the formal choices are wide-ranging. The poet utilizes prose, analysis of Shakespeare, erasure, and even footnotes to create neither memoir nor mediation, but a deeply intimate perspective on a vast landscape of ideas. Darling creates a sense of urgency without ever sacrificing her delicate, but firm grip on her work. Darling is the author of thirty-six books, which include Look to Your Left: A Feminist Poetics of Spectacle; Stylistic Innovation, Conscious Experience, and the Self in Modernist Women's Poetry; Silence in Contemporary Poetry; Silent Refusal: Essays on Contemporary Feminist Poetry; Angel of the North; and X Marks the Dress: A Registry (co-written with Carol Guess). Hal Coase is a PhD candidate at La Sapienza, University of Rome. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/poetry
This is episode 87 and it's time to talk a bit about the terrifying power of San poison and then a quick revisit to the frontier of 1822 which of course is exactly two hundred years ago. As part of the picture of the past, at times when there's a bit of a lull in the action so to speak, I'll concentrate on aspects of historical themes or interesting titbits and today we're looking into South Africa's first people and specifically – their deadly poison arrows. All the way through these episodes, you have heard about how the amaXhosa, the Khoe and the Boers, then the British, exploited or subjugated the San – previously known as the Bushmen. We have enough DNA evidence to point to the fact that they were not only the first people of South Africa but given their DNA diversity, are the first people of planet earth. But this didn't stop everyone from trying to either kill them, or co-opt them through the thousands of years that their lives have intersected with the lives of newer folks returning home so to speak. The San were particularly terrifying because they could manufacture various types of poison for use with their arrows. Based on the results obtained from various artefacts spanning historical, Later and Middle Stone Age phases particularly at sites along the cape coast archaeologists believe poisoned bone arrowheads may have been in use in southern Africa throughout the last 72,000 years. Its now time move refocus on to what was going on across southern Africa and the world in 1821 as we step back to assess matters. In the east, Shaka Zulu was starting to flex his imperial muscles as you know while in Cape Town, Lord Charles Somerset was back from his sabbatical and facing the ruin of most 1820 Settlers. But the newspapers were also obsessing about other matters at the end of 1821. Napoleon Bonaparte had died of stomach cancer in exile in St Helena. Europe was increasingly unstable as the agreements signed at the Congress of Vienna in 1815 were coming apart.
François Brousseau analyse l'attribution du prix Nobel de la paix à trois lauréats critiques du régime de Vladimir Poutine; Yanik Dumont Baron fait le point sur le risque d'explosion de cas de choléra à Haïti; et Claude Brunet livre un reportage sur la reprise difficile des activités des salles de spectacle dans les régions du Québec.
As some of you may know, Deondre' LOVES listening to true crime podcasts and so was very excited to have today's guest, Joy Scaglione, the host of the Bite-Sized Crime Podcast, on our show. We cover a lot in this episode: How does true crime reflect the broader inequalities in our society and spur a conversation around how to avoid these dangerous or deadly situations by raising our children to have better awarenesses of mental health and emotional regulation? How does true crime interact with the carceral system? If we funded schools and mental health, how would that affect these types of crimes? Is true crime really just a reflection of the gladiator effect of being mesmerized by public violence and drawing recreational and entertainment value out of it at the expense of the victim's families, who have to be re-traumatized every time they hear their families' stories re-enacted in the public square? Much of true crime involves intimate partner violence, so it's not just how we parent our children, it's how we choose our romantic partners and spouses, and how we have public conversations about mental health. Thankfully, we are now having a much more robust conversation as a society about how to spot red flags in your partner, and it's producing much healthier relationships, which will hopefully lower the number of domestic violence cases and murders. Links: Joy's podcast, Bite-Sized Crime: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bite-sized-crime/id1575638833 Music is The Beauty of Maths by Meydän. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/im-the-villain/support
There's an influencer for every thing these days. Camping equipment? Sure. Nutritional supplements? You bet. Miniatures? You know it. College admissions? But of course. In this episode, though, we're going to focus on one of the original influencer niches: MOMS.The rise of the influencer ushered in a new outlet for self-help. Now, not only are there motivational books and talks, there's a product endorsement to help you live your best life. Influencers give us, perhaps, the direct line between personal growth and consumer capitalism. I talk with the author of the forthcoming Momfluenced, Sara Petersen, about all of that and more.Footnotes: Subscribe to Sara Petersen's newsletter Pre-order Momfluenced “Life After Lifestyle” by Toby Shorin “The Rhetoric of the Image” by Roland Barthes The Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord Episode 393 with Kelly Diels Episode 395 with Steph Barron Hall “The Influencer Industry: Constructing and Commodifying Authenticity on Social Media” by Emily Dean Hund Radically rethink how you set goals: pre-order Tara's new book, What Works: A Comprehensive Framework to Change the Way We Approach Goal-Setting. Find it anywhere books are sold or at explorewhatworks.com/book. ★ Support this podcast ★
Lenny Lashley has been writing and performing great music since the mid 90's. His band Darkbuster, was one of Boston's best punk bands and then he took it further with Lenny and The Piss Poor Boys and Lenny Lashley's Gang Of One. He also spent several years playing guitar and touring with punk heroes The Street Dogs. From his early Darkbuster days, the story behind the song, "I Hate The Unseen", winning the WBCN Rock N Roll Rumble in 2000, the formation of the Piss Poor Boys, his six years with The Street Dogs, and his third new solo record coming in November 2022, we cover all the bases in our interview. The icing on the cake was the unreleased track that he played live in the studio. Music The Charms "So Pretty"(theme song) Lenny Lashley "Hate Anyone"(unreleased track live at Voice Motel" Lenny Lashley's Gang Of One "Bomb" Recorded by Mike Nash at Voice Motel on October 1, 2022 This podcast was supported by Baby Loves Tacos, Pittsburgh PA. and Spectacle, Boston MA. #Darkbuster #TheStreetDogs #LennyLashley --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support
Real talk: When I (Miles) originally started talking to MeganBob about doing this podcast, I knew that two things needed to happen: We needed to start with Sami Zayn's debut, and we needed to, at the very least, make it to NXT Takeover: R Evolution. Getting past R Evolution would be great (and don't worry, we will) but as long as we made it there, it would be enough. And now we're here, and I can't express how happy I am that we've gone on this journey. And I would never IN A MILLION YEARS have dreamed of being able to talk Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, and R Evolution with the one and only Mith. If you're not familiar with Mith's work, that's something I highly recommend you change, whether it be via the famed Mith Gifs Twitter account or their essays on The Spectacle of Excess. I don't know that I've ever encountered a better writer on the subject of professional wrestling, and trust me, I have encountered most of them. If you want to be FULLY versed on the stuff we're talking about today, your light reading assignment is this essay on Sami Zayn's Road to Redemption, or, for the more ambitious among you, the 20-part series on the history of Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, which you can follow in order thanks to the links at the bottom of each essay as long as you start with the first one. I cannot possibly recommend these highly enough for anybody interested in these two characters, or just interested in reading great non-fiction writing. Anyway, we are so honored and thrilled that Mith was able to join us to discuss all things R Evolution, and I'm so happy that you get to hear it! Please enjoy, and be sure to stick around until the end of the episode for important announcements about the future of this podcast! Our theme song is called "Learnbuckle" and it was created by the uniquely talented Rafael Medina, whose work you can and should follow via his Twitter account, @EarthMeauxFaux! You can also follow Miles @mjschneiderman, MeganBob @meganbobness, and the show itself @nxtwrestlingfan. And if you'd like to support the show, check out our Patreon at www.patreon.com/nxtwrestlingfan. Special thanks to our editor, Lucas Brown, who remains eternally the best! Listen to his excellent podcast, The Math of You, and follow him on Twitter @lokified. Additional music and sound credit to: NewsSting by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4124-newssting License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Teddy Bear Waltz by Kevin MacLeod https://uppbeat.io/t/kevin-macleod/teddy-bear-waltz License code: JR8YJN7X9BTCYONZ Green Fingers by Richard Rodgers https://uppbeat.io/t/richard-bodgers/green-fingers License code: ZLHSCJFJWJI8IQGL
Zack Shell (and a brief appearance by his son Kaz), talks Queen, "The Bear"(FX/Hulu), and how the crew managed to keep Baby Loves Tacos up and running during a trying period which began in March 2020. We support Mom and Pop independent stores and this show is dedicated to all you folks out there that have had to endure a lot the last couple of years.... Music The Charms "So Pretty"(theme) The Jacklights "Beach" Jeddo Stars "Goodbye Eyes" Interview recorded on zoom with additional recording done remotely by the host and edit by Mike Nash at Voice Motel This podcast was supported by Baby Loves Tacos, Pittsburgh PA. and Spectacle, Boston MA. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support
Today's guest is Jamie Bartlett of Banton Frameworks, a small, independent maker of optical frames outside Glasgow in Scotland. Jamie tells the fascinating story of their bumpy start, making frames from random materials in a car, how they've since built the business frame by frame, collaborating with similarly minded brands and how rewarding it is to have loyal fans of their work. We also get a crash course in German hinges, varieties of acetate and why eyewear is an important part of our personal expression. You can find Banton Frameworks on the web here and on Instagram at @bantonframeworksGarmology is researched, booked, hosted, edited, published, paid for and everything else by Nick Johannessen. There is no advertising or sponsorship, but you are welcome to support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/garmologyNick Johannessen is also the editor of the WellDressedDad blog and WellDressedDad on Instagram. You can email Nick as Garmology (at) WellDressedDad.com.Garmology theme music by Fabian Stordalen.
Pretty Little Liars - Original Sin: Girlfriend Shows Jim is here to share his thoughts on the HBO MAX reboot in full slasher style!Stephen Colbert Vs. An Old Lady: Stephen Colbert continues to "punch up" by going after some obscure old lady that decided to rap her senate campaign video.Palette Cleansers: A "rapper" Shawty Dred decided to piss off of his high rise balcony and Atlanta is not going to take it anymore.HALF MEASURES!, FERMENTING!, ANDOR!, BUSTA RHYMES!, TURN IT UP!, FIRE IT UP!, GAY ACE OF SPADES!, BI-SANTA!, ONOMOTOPOEIA MAMA MIA!, GIRLFRIEND SHOWS JIM!, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS ORIGINAL SIN!, HBO MAX!, SLASHER!, HORROR!, LEATHERFACE!, GLAMPING!, I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER!, AMAZON PRIME!, MOVIE NERD!, INSUFFERABLE!, FILM STUDENT!, PSYCHO!, BLACK CHRISTMAS!, GENDER FLIP!, GIALLO!, TRANS HYSTERIA!, ROMERO!, JORDAN PEELE!, US!, GET OUT!, OBVIOUS!, LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT!, YOU!, JOE!, NETFLIX!, ABC FAMILY!, NOPE!, SPECTACLE!, OLD LADY RAPPER!, UTAH DISTRICT 12!, SENATE!, LINDA PAULSON!, REPUBLICAN!, GOD!, FAMILY!, CONSTITUTION!, TIM & ERIC!, GRAN TURISMO!, WOKE!, WHITE FEMINIST!, PRIVILEGE!, STEPHEN COLBERT!, MONOLOGUE!, PLANT!, FALSE FLAG!, BRITISH PRIME MINISTER!, RAP!, DOG WHISTLE!, FAST FOOD!, PALETTE CLEANSER!, POPEYE'S!, GUN DISCHARGED!, PLAY IT OFF!, SLAMMED DOOR!, NAKED RAPPER!, HIGH RISE!, URINATING!, PISS BOY!, ATLANTA!, NAKED!, BITS!, UMBRELLA!, BITS!, PIEDMONT PARK!, ENTERTAINERS!, PUBLIC INDECENCY!, SHORTY DREAD!, SHAWTY DREAD!, SONGS!, DRUG DEALERS!, SHAWTY LADY DREAD!, BAD ASS!, ASS IS BAD!, DREAMCAST!, SEAMAN!, FRINGE!, FATHER!, KILLS EX-WIFE!, ELECTRICITY!, POWER!, LOCKBOX!, SHOT!, APP ORDERS!, TACO BELL!, BURGER KING!, DEALS!, COMPLAIN!, DISPUTE THE CHARGE!, CHIPOTLE!, FREE BURRITO!, CODES!, RAISING CANE'S!, TIMBER'S!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
Who records a podcast 48 hours into a limo-chauffeured, bachelor party-fueled, drinking tour of Las Vegas? We do. Join us at some of our favorite off-Strip bars and literary haunts as we talk about Las Vegas, its innate masculine themes, and our deep, heretofore undisclosed, love of Tiki. Excuse the word salad and the janky edits, we really are on a Bachelor party and we really did lose a member of the crew during the recording.
Mark McKay joins us this week to talk about his musical adventure with Boston hardcore legends Slapshot, the highly recommended documentary "Chip On My Shoulder: The Cautionary Tale of Slapshot”, and his new project "The Long Wait". Fun time with an all around talented cool dude. Music The Charms "So Pretty"(theme song) Slapshot "Same Mistake" Slapshot "Chip On My Shoulder" Recorded by Mike Nash at Voice Motel on September 24, 2022 This podcast was supported by Baby Loves Tacos, Pittsburgh PA. and Spectacle, Boston MA. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support
It's This Week in Bourbon for September 2nd 2022. Denny Potter and Jane Bowie both leave Maker's Mark at the same time. Blue Run Spirits will invest almost US$51 million into building a 35,000-square-foot distillery in Georgetown KY. Russell's Reserve announces the debut of Russell's Reserve Single RickhouseShow Notes: Modelo is celebrating college football fans by giving them the chance to win a $100,000 “salary” prize The global cannabis drinks market is set to grow by a value of $8.3 billion in 2032 The Frazier History Museum is launching an online bourbon subscription membership Denny Potter and Jane Bowie both leave Maker's Mark at the same time Fresh Bourbon Distilling Co. announces the opening of their bourbon and cocktail tasting experience Brown-Forman Corporation reported financial results for its first quarter of fiscal 2023 Buffalo Trace increases whiskey making at the distillery of 50 percent Blue Run Spirits will invest almost US$51 million into building a new distillery Whistlepig has launched its Piggyback 100 Proof Bourbon The Louisville Orchestra, in partnership with Woodford Reserve, “A Spectacle for the Senses” is a full-orchestral concert Russell's Reserve announces the debut of Russell's Reserve Single Rickhouse @modelo @makersmark @dppotterjanetthomasbowie @freshbourbon @brownforman @jackdaniels_us @woodfordreserve @buffalotracedistillery @bluerunspirits @whistlepigwhiskey @russellsreservebourbon @louisvilleorchestra Support this podcast on Patreon