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Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
Fox's World Cup coverage and coverage of Brittney Griner's release: A sports media roundtable with Kavitha A. Davidson and Ben Strauss

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 58:02


Episode 261 of the Sports Media Podcast features a media roundtable with Kavitha A. Davidson, a sportswriter and a correspondent for Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel and Ben Strauss, who covers sports and media for The Washington Post In this podcast, Davidson and Strauss discuss the U.S. and Russia prisoner exchange involving WNBA star Brittney Griner and how that coverage will likely play out on sports outlets; Fox's World Cup coverage; Arson Judge and the race to be first among transaction reporters; the coverage of Deshaun Watson from NFL partners; Ben's piece on the power and peril of being Adam Schefter, the ultimate NFL insider; and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, and more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

#GeekTalk Podcast - ALLE Kategorien des Podcasts
gt4622 – NEWS – Die Woche geht zu Ende

#GeekTalk Podcast - ALLE Kategorien des Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 64:23


Hier ist Maik und Martin, wir melden uns, direkt zum Ende vom Wochenende bei euch. Aktuell läuft gerade, wie so wohl bei den meisten von euch auch, sehr viel, weshalb wir unseren gemeinsamen Termin erst am Samstag haben ausmachen können. Doch dafür haben wir einen bunten Strauss an Themen für euch bereit. Viel Spass beim Reinhören in die aktuelle Episode.

Small Talks, Big Ideas with Steve
Dr. Seth Strauss (Ideal Posture and Spine)

Small Talks, Big Ideas with Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 57:34


Join Steve as he sits down with the kinetic ball of energy and light that is Dr. Seth Strauss of Ideal Posture and Spine, as they discuss rugby, South Africa, and how small, careful adjustments to spines and lives can make a world of difference.

Countermelody
Episode 173. Orchesterlieder I

Countermelody

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 93:23


This week is the first of a series of episodes focusing on songs with orchestral accompaniment. The genre is almost a contradiction in terms: the intimacy and textual focus of art song with the sometimes strenuous vocal demands of singing over an orchestra. The most celebrated and successful of such songs (by Berlioz, Mahler, Ravel, Barber, Strauss, and others) are heard over and over on symphonic concerts when vocal soloists are the featured guests. And rightly so, for they are among the most glorious classical music written for the human voice. Typically for Countermelody, however, today's episode, however, will focus on repertoire and composers that are less celebrated to the point of being virtually unknown. Composers heard include Frank Martin, Alexander Zemlinsky, Jean Sibelius, Giuseppe Martucci, Franz Schreker, Othmar Schoeck, Antonín Dvořák, Alberto Ginastera, Alphons Diepenbrock and the two Andrés, Jolivet and Caplet, alongside many others, performed by such favorites as Gwyneth Jones, Phyllis Curtin, Peter Schreier, Gundula Janowitz, Yi-Kwei Sze, Mirella Freni, Francisco Araiza, Elisabeth Söderström, and Bernard Kruysen. Also heard are Helen Donath and Andrzej Hiolski, singers soon to be featured on their own episodes, alongside lesser-remembered names such as Arthur Loosli, Irene Gubrud, and Colette Herzog. Conductors include Kurt Sanderling, Antal Doráti, Herbert Kegel, Bohumil Gregor, Hermann Scherchen, and Lorin Maazel. I “guarantee” that your ears will be enchanted and your musical horizons will be expanded by this episode. Countermelody is a podcast devoted to the glory and the power of the human voice raised in song. Singer and vocal aficionado Daniel Gundlach explores great singers of the past and present focusing in particular on those who are less well-remembered today than they should be. Daniel's lifetime in music as a professional countertenor, pianist, vocal coach, voice teacher, and journalist yields an exciting array of anecdotes, impressions, and “inside stories.” At Countermelody's core is the celebration of great singers of all stripes, their instruments, and the connection they make to the words they sing. By clicking on the following link (https://linktr.ee/CountermelodyPodcast) you can find the dedicated Countermelody website which contains additional content including artist photos and episode setlists. The link will also take you to Countermelody's Patreon page, where you can pledge your monthly support at whatever level you can afford. Bonus episodes available exclusively to Patreon supporters are currently available and further bonus content including interviews and livestreams is planned for the upcoming season.

Liedwelt Rheinland Podcast
Episode 38 mit Irmke von Schlichting: Zwischen Konzert und Poetry Slam

Liedwelt Rheinland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 20:47


Eigene Lyrik trägt die Sopranistin Irmke von Schlichting in ihrem Programm „Mondsüchtig“ vor. Und natürlich singt sie – Lieder von Debussy, Korngold, Schumann, Berg und Strauss. Alle Stücke drehen sich um das Abseitige der Nacht. Irmke von Schlichting erzählt im Podcast, wie sehr diese düsteren Themen sie persönlich umtreiben. Und sie wagt einen „Mutausbruch“ für unsere Hörer:innen: Sie liest einen ihrer Texte vor.

The Dungeon
104. Return of the Jedi & It Follows & Solaris

The Dungeon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 73:04


This week was all about a little concept we like to call "Dirty Lasers." We discussed Return of the Jedi (Richard Marquand, 1983), It Follows (David Robert Mitchell, 2014), and Solaris (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1972). Stick around for Off the Menu. Intro Music: "Hale Makame," 1930, Unknown author / Public domain Outro Music: "Fool Me Some More," 1930, Gus Arnheim / Public domain Off the Menu Outro Music: Recording of the Strauss' The Blue Danube on Music box by Polyphon-Musikwerke in Leipzig, Germany, c. 1890. / Wikimedia Commons / Public domain --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatsyourdungeon/support

Der Podcast für junge Anleger jeden Alters
Wiener Börse Plausch S3/56 feat. Karl-Heinz Strauss und Thomas Birtel: Katar-Stadien und ein Duell der beiden; Warimpex heute top

Der Podcast für junge Anleger jeden Alters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 9:47


Tue, 29 Nov 2022 12:17:00 +0000 https://jungeanleger.podigee.io/483-wiener-borse-plausch-s3-56-feat-karl-heinz-strauss-und-thomas-birtel-katar-stadien-und-ein-duell-der-beiden-warimpex-heute-top dcd0c52a1f734953be6a301e34287526 Die Wiener Börse Pläusche sind ein Podcastprojekt von Christian Drastil Comm. Unter dem Motto „Market & Me“ berichtet Christian Drastil über das Tagesgeschehen an der Wiener Börse. In Folge S3/56 sprechen mein Kollege Andi Groß mit Ex-Kicker Karl-Heinz Strauss (Porr) und ich mit Thomas Birtel (Strabag) über Stadien in Katar. Beide, Porr und Strabag, sind noch im Cordoba 78 Cup übrigens. Gute Zahlen gibt es von Warimpex, News zu Andritz, Frequentis, Cleen Energy, Research zu FACC, UBM, Porr, Wienerberger, RBI, Erste Group . Porr-CEO Karl-Heinz Strauss im Interview mit dem Börsenradio: https://boersenradio.at/page/brn/41383/ Die 2022er-Folgen vom Wiener Börse Plausch sind präsentiert von Wienerberger, CEO Heimo Scheuch hat sich im Q4 ebenfalls unter die Podcaster gemischt: https://open.spotify.com/show/5D4Gz8bpAYNAI6tg7H695E  . Co-Presenter im November ist Raquest https://raquest.de  , da werden wir im Monatsverlauf einiges bringen. Siehe auch Podcast mit Raquest Manager Manfred Artmeier über die Doppelbesteuerung: https://audio-cd.at/page/playlist/2624 . Der Theme-Song, der eigentlich schon aus dem Jänner stammt und spontan von der Rosinger Group supportet wurde: Sound & Lyrics unter http://www.audio-cd.at/page/podcast/2734   .  Risikohinweis: Die hier veröffentlichten Gedanken sind weder als Empfehlung noch als ein Angebot oder eine Aufforderung zum An- oder Verkauf von Finanzinstrumenten zu verstehen und sollen auch nicht so verstanden werden. Sie stellen lediglich die persönliche Meinung der Podcastmacher dar. Der Handel mit Finanzprodukt en unterliegt einem Risiko. Sie können Ihr eingesetztes Kapital verlieren. Und: Bewertungen bei Apple (oder auch Spotify) machen mir Freude: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/christian-drastil-wiener-borse-sport-musik-und-mehr-my-life/id1484919130. 483 full

Focus & Freedom for entrepreneurs
FF171: Marketing With Case Studies with Geoff Strauss

Focus & Freedom for entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 17:21


In this episode, Geoff Strauss shares his expertise in Case Studies, one of the most effective ways to market your business. You need to give people a reason to trust you and case studies provide that social proof.    Highlights From This Episode: Case studies are truly one of the most effective pieces for marketing for businesses A case study is the story of your customers experience with your business An excellent way to show Here's the situation. Here's the solution we provided. And here's the results that our customer got. You need to give people a reason to trust you and case studies provide that social proof piece The framework of a case study follows the hero's journey   Links & Resources From This Episode:   Read more:   ‘Just Case Studies' by Geoff Strauss Learn more:   Just Case Studies website Resources:  How To Use A Case Study   More About Geoff Strauss I help businesses tell their customer success stories using video and written case studies to build the trust customers need before they buy. Just Case Studies has helped clients in a variety of industries figure out and craft the stories they need to be telling. Just Case Studies can help businesses of any size leverage the success they've helped their clients achieve into new opportunities. I'm also the author of the book, “The Book On Case Studies: How To Build Trust & Profit Using Customer Success Stories”.   Awesome FREE Resources for YOU! Entrepreneur Toolbox Special access to reports, books and resources provided to you as gifts from our podcast expert guests. This valuable information covers various business and life topics.  Power of 3 Daily Planner A one-page daily planner to keep you on track to reaching your goals and taking action on the important things in your business and life.   Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please Share It, Subscribe to the Podcast and Leave Us An iTunes Review. Val Low is a MAP IT Master & Brand Strategist and takes entrepreneurs to their next level of growth and impact. Through visual business mapping, Val works with entrepreneurs to take their dreams and business ideas out of their head and bring them to life. Val provides strategy on creating a message and brand to stand out in a noisy marketplace that people love to talk about.   Visit Val's Website: https://vallow.me/ Connect with Val on Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/val-low   #entrepreneur  #business  #framework  #marketing  #results  #success  #leadership  #case study  #content  #strategy  #social proof  

Record Review Podcast
Richard Strauss's Don Juan

Record Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 44:12


William Mival chooses his favourite recording of Richard Strauss's symphonic poem Don Juan. In Strauss's Don Juan, the infamous libertine bursts onto the stage with a dazzling flourish. The following 16 minutes are no less compelling, the irresistible, swaggering Don superbly evoked through sumptuous and virtuosic orchestration, including tender violin and oboe solos and heroic, triumphant horn calls. Strauss, in his mid-20s, could already do it all! It's music that, even after 130 years, still keeps orchestras and conductors on very much on their mettle.

Nahaufnahme
"Nahaufnahme" mit Schauspielerin Ursula Strauss

Nahaufnahme

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 21:51


Die fünffache Romy-Preisträgerin Ursula Strauss im persönlichen Interview über ihr Leben abseits von Bühne und Kameras: Warum sie die Adventzeit so sehr mag und was wichtig ist im Leben, erzählt sie in der "Nahaufnahme" mit Alice Herzog.

Composers Datebook
Spacey music by Strauss and Ligeti

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 2:00


Also sprach Zarathustra, a tone poem by Richard Strauss, was first performed in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, on this day in 1896, with the composer conducting. For decades thereafter, it was considered one of his lesser works and only occasionally performed. Then, in 1968, Stanley Kubrick chose its opening fanfare as the main theme of his movie “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Suddenly Also Sprach jumped to the top of the classical charts and became a concert hall favorite as well— even though many of its new audiences are surprised when the piece goes on for another half hour after its spectacular opening. Another composer who also benefited from Kubrick's movie was the Hungarian György Ligeti. Initially, Ligeti's fame was limited to avant-garde circles, but his 1961 composition Atmosphères also became part of the “2001” soundtrack and catapulted him to much wider fame. Ligeti's eerily floating sound-clusters seemed to Kubrick perfect “outer space” music. Ligeti himself was not happy how his music was used in the film, but, grudgingly, did express admiration for the film's surreal final sequence. Richard Strauss died in 1949—some 20 years before Kubrick's film debuted—but we suspect that hard-headed businessman would have been pleased that his music was used — and would have promptly demanded a hefty cut of Kubrick's royalties.

ex.haust
[teaser] Leo Strauss and the Three Waves of Modernity ft. Alex Priou

ex.haust

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 20:01


Alex Priou from the New Thinkery podcast sits down with Emmet to talk about Leo Strauss and his posthumously published lecture "The Three Waves of Modernity. They talk about the split between the ancients and the moderns, what Strauss was really after, the tasks modernity presents us with today, whether or not we can recover lessons from the ancients, and more! Check out the New Thinkery: https://thenewthinkery.com/listen/ The essay: https://archive.org/details/LeoStrauss3WavesOfModernityocr Subscribe to our Patreon to hear the rest! (https://www.patreon.com/exhaust)

Mozaika
Straussův Růžový kavalír se vrací do pražské Státní opery. Režíruje ho legendární Andreas Homoki

Mozaika

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 6:48


Ve Státní opeře v Praze má ve čtvrtek 24. listopadu premiéru opera Richarda Strausse Růžový kavalír. Jde o remake původní velmi úspěšné inscenace berlínské Komické opery režiséra Andrease Homokiho, současného intendanta Opery v Curychu. Hudebně dílo řídí Gabriel Feltz, který působí jako hudební ředitel Opery v Dortmundu i na mnoha německých a švýcarských operních scénách. Všechny díly podcastu Mozaika můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.

Making Conversation with Grant Brydon

Welcome to season two of Making Conversation with me, Grant Brydon. I've been sitting down with some of my favourite artists and thinkers to discuss creativity and life, for this fortnightly podcast. For this episode I spoke to ELIZA, the North London musician behind A Sky Without Stars, an immersive slow-burning soul album that she wrote during the pandemic and shared with us earlier this year. ELIZA recently joined me at Levi's Haus of Strauss in London to talk about music as a vessel for human connection, the paradox of creativity and commerce, and how she's finding ways to reconnect with nature. ---------- @elizalovechild @GrantBrydon ---------- Artwork by @chanylbtc Music by @jonphonics ---------- Buy my book ‘Life Lessons from Hip-Hop' here: geni.us/LifeLessonsFromHipHop

Vltava
Mozaika: Straussův Růžový kavalír se vrací do pražské Státní opery. Režíruje ho legendární Andreas Homoki

Vltava

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 6:48


Ve Státní opeře v Praze má ve čtvrtek 24. listopadu premiéru opera Richarda Strausse Růžový kavalír. Jde o remake původní velmi úspěšné inscenace berlínské Komické opery režiséra Andrease Homokiho, současného intendanta Opery v Curychu. Hudebně dílo řídí Gabriel Feltz, který působí jako hudební ředitel Opery v Dortmundu i na mnoha německých a švýcarských operních scénách.

Classical Post
Mozart Meets Betty Boop: How Joel Pierson and the Queen's Cartoonists Are Getting People Hooked on Classical Music and Jazz with Classic Cartoons

Classical Post

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 23:37


From dinosaurs dancing to The Rite of Spring in Disney's Fantasia to a tuxedoed Bugs Bunny performing Liszt's Second Hungarian Rhapsody, classic cartoons have long been a delightful entry point for kids of all ages to get to know classical music. That's a tradition composer and jazz pianist Joel Pierson is breathing new life into as artistic director of The Queen's Cartoonists. Working at the crossroads of classical music, jazz, and the golden age of animation, The Queen's Cartoonists perform the scores of classic animated films from around the world, perfectly synchronizing their brilliant jazz-band arrangements with the films projected on stage. Winning audiences over with their madcap humor and a musical palette that mixes Rossini and Strauss with Carl Stalling and Raymond Scott, the ensemble has sold out venues from the Blue Note Jazz Club to the Konzerthaus Berlin. For Pierson, the group's mission is simply to show that anyone can discover a love for classical music and jazz, given the right introduction. "I always say we're essentially tricking people into liking classical music and jazz," Pierson says on the latest episode of the Classical Post podcast. "Of course we're playing a lot of [that] music, but that's not really how you get people in. The hook is that this is a bunch of animated films with a highly synchronized live performance by some excellent New York musicians, and people really like that." In this episode, we talk more about Pierson's process for arranging the wide variety of music The Queen's Cartoonists performs, and he gives us a sneak peek at the group's latest project — a wildly inventive reimagining of Mozart's Requiem. Plus, he shares how travel fuels his creativity, his favorite basement beer bar in New York City, and why a bidet attachment is truly, in his words, "a life-changer." — Classical Post uncovers the creativity behind exceptional music. Dive into meaningful conversations with leading artists in the world today. Based in New York City, Classical Post is a touchpoint for tastemakers. Visit our website for exclusive editorial and subscribe to our monthly newsletter to be notified of new content. Follow us on Instagram and TikTok. Classical Post is an ambassador for NED, a wellness company. Get 15% off their products like CBD oil and many other health-based products by using our code CLASSICALPOST at checkout.

The Craig Collins Show
TV Guy on the Radio, Marc Strauss joins us!

The Craig Collins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 30:44


This Hour- Craig and Will, “Just Chattin” with Marc Strauss! How many days is a guest welcomed? Twitter has improved, Craig and Marc discuss;See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Craig Collins Show
TV Guy on the Radio, Marc Strauss joins us!

The Craig Collins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 30:44


This Hour- Craig and Will, “Just Chattin” with Marc Strauss! How many days is a guest welcomed? Twitter has improved, Craig and Marc discuss;See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Break It Down Show
Larry Strauss - Light Man

Break It Down Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 30:52


Larry Strauss - Light Man - Considering that Larry Strauss' mother, Charlotte Rae, was arguably the quintessential TV educator, as Mrs. Garrett on the hit series "The Facts of Life," it should come as no surprise that he would follow a career in inner-city education and become an established author and journalist on the subject, becoming an award-winning 30-year veteran inner-city high school teacher who has worked with at-risk teenagers. Get Light Man on Amazon at: In his latest book, Strauss delivers wild humor with relentless humanity, inspired by the struggles he shared with his parents on behalf of their own real-life broken son-his brother-and from three decades of teaching Kafka to inner-city students of color. Please support the Break It Down Show by doing a monthly subscription to the show  All of the money you invest goes directly to supporting the show!   For the  of this episode head to  Haiku Hey man, read Light Man From our dear guest Larry Strauss Goes for women, too   ​Similar episodes: Hal Bradley  Taylor Greiger  Mike Guardia  Join us in supporting Save the Brave as we battle PTSD.  Executive Producer/Host: Pete A Turner  Producer: Damjan Gjorgjiev  Writer: Dragan Petrovski  The Break It Down Show is your favorite best, new podcast, featuring 5 episodes a week with great interviews highlighting world-class guests from a wide array of shows.

RUBEN TIJL RUBEN - DÉ PODCAST
24 liter champagne en een leververkleining met Strauss

RUBEN TIJL RUBEN - DÉ PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 65:28


Ruben van de Meer trapt de aflevering af met een vrij bijzondere, maar blijkbaar vaak gestelde vraag: moeten All You Can Eat restaurants korting geven aan mensen met een maagverkleining? Ruben geeft in elk geval genoeg drank om menig man met maagverkleining om te leggen. Dit allemaal als bedankje voor het hosten van de podcast de afgelopen twee jaar! Ten slotte brengt Tijl een muziekstuk mee waar jij jouw vrienden mee kunt 'impressen'. Al met al een goed (met drank) gevulde aflevering!

Future Commerce  - A Retail Strategy Podcast
FOMO Is Not A Strategy [feat. Dr. Amy Gershkoff Bolles, Global Head of Digital and Emerging Technology Strategy at Levi Strauss and Company]

Future Commerce - A Retail Strategy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 48:19


Phillip and Brian talk with Dr Amy Gershkoff Bolles about how having an innovation strategy that connects to your larger corporate strategy and a very disciplined approach, looking for opportunities that add value for your business and most importantly for your customers, is key to longevity. Evaluating opportunities in the digital and technology space, given how much opportunity there is, is a very important discussion. Listen in to hear what they are doing at Levi's, and how the future there is bright.It's in the JeansIt's so important to be both building for scale and testing and learning simultaneouslyInnovation is in the lifeblood of Levi Strauss and Company, and has been for 170 years of businessAmy and her team developed a scorecard and framework that allows them to objectively assess new technology or digital opportunities and evaluate how they work with the overall corporate strategyData, AI, and digitization can be used to make very meaningful differences in the costumer experience, and we are really at the beginning of understanding how to use these tools effectively“We're in the first inning in terms of the opportunity that lies ahead for data and AI and digitization to impact consumers and businesses. And I'm really excited to see the next eight innings that are in front of us.” - AmyThe lines between the digital world and the physical world have been erased, especially for Gen Z consumers, so a brand must provide that seamless experience for consumersLevi's has used data and AI to develop a comprehensive loyalty program that provides opportunities for consumers to have a personalized experience that is tailored to their needs“What future commerce perspectives and enterprise value might incorporate ten years from now could be a million things, but if you don't have the right framework in place, you won't be able to build for the future.” - PhillipLevi Strauss and Company is partnering with Silicon Valley Bank to find new and exciting start ups to work with that will continue to advance their strategy and approach to providing unparalleled experiences to their customersAssociated Links:Get ready for Archetypes, our soon-to-be-published 240-page journal! Check it out at ArchetypesJournal.comGet your tickets to our Archetypes Event December 1 in Miami, FLSubscribe to Insiders and The Senses to read more of what we are witnessing in the commerce world! Download VISIONS 2022 NOW! Listen to our other episodes of Future CommerceLearn more about Dr Amy Gershkoff Bolles and Levi Straus & Co at LeviStrauss.com or on LinkedIn.Have any questions or comments about the show? Let us know on Futurecommerce.fm, or reach out to us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn. We love hearing from our listeners!

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates Loosen Up, Lighten Up Day! 11/14/2022

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 74:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/wJMdcJGOgIQ I am joined by 5 artists who celebrate LIFE!. We talk about what is on ourminds! Join us! It's a Monday Pajama Party! I'll be in my Pajamas! Fasten Your Seat Belts, I promise it will not be a bumpy ride! Tune in LIVE today for a chance to win Sean Patrick Murtaugh's New CD Regina Zona is joining me today! Internationally Recognized, Award-Winning Vocalist, Regina Zona has maintained a highly diverse career for over three decades and there is no stopping her now! As a classical singer, Regina has performed on opera and concert stages all over the world in a variety of repertoire from Mozart to Strauss. An avid recitalist, she specializes in the performance of American art song and has recorded three song cycles by Jake Heggie for the Naxos American Classics Label. In 2018, she wrote and performed her first one-woman show to critical acclaim. And in 2019 she began a new chapter, entering the world of cabaret winning the 2020 MAC AWARD for Best NY Female Debut. Establishing herself as a recording artist, Regina has released two albums in the last two years – both of which can be heard on all streaming platforms and can be purchased on her website – https://reginazona.com Her latest CD, It Must Have Been the Mistletoe, is a Christmas album with world-renowned guitarist Sean Harkness. They will be celebrating the release of their new album on December 11th at the Triad Theater in NYC at 5:00pm. Tickets can be purchased here: https://bit.ly/reginaandsean EVENT: It Must Have been the Mistletoe Album Release Concert Regina Zona and Sean Harkness With Michael O'Brien on bass and Mike Lunoe on drums Directed by Lina Koutrakos December 11, 2022 @ 5:00pm Triad Theater – 158 W. 72nd Street, NYC $25 Cover + two drink minimum Tickets: https://bit.ly/reginaandsean

The Craig Collins Show
TV Guy On the Radio… Marc Strauss on a Monday!

The Craig Collins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 32:52


This Hour- Marc Strauss joins us on a Monday!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Craig Collins Show
TV Guy On the Radio… Marc Strauss on a Monday!

The Craig Collins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 32:52


This Hour- Marc Strauss joins us on a Monday!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

So what you're saying is...
The Liberal World Order Is Dead. National Conservatism Offers Our Best Hope for the Future

So what you're saying is...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 51:27


The survival of Western democracy requires a revival of the centuries-old legal, religious, and cultural traditions that made Britain and America models of national freedom for the entire world. Liberalism, devoured by its own “woke” offspring, is at the end of its long reign. But just when the West needs a vigorous conservative revival, the political and intellectual movement that was once so sure of itself seems strangely irrelevant. Our guest today argues that National Conservatism offers the best model for our future freedom & prosperity. Award-winning Yoram Hazony, Chairman of the Edmund Burke Foundation, is the author of the critically-acclaimed new book: "Conservatism: A Rediscovery". He argues that by identifying conservatism with “classical” liberalism, conservatives embraced the very principles that led to their defeat. In his book he provides a fresh theoretical foundation for conservatism. Rejecting the liberalism of Hayek, Strauss, and the “fusionists” of the 1960s, and drawing on decades of personal experience, he shows that conservatism is more than a set of ideas. It is a way of life—compelling, humane, and beautiful. To order Yoram's book please click here: https://nationalconservatism.org/publ... Tickets for The 2022 Smith Lecture with Rod Liddle on "The Story of Woke: How the West Went Mad": https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rod-li... ----------------- SUBSCRIBE: If you are enjoying the show, please subscribe to our channel on YouTube (click the Subscribe Button underneath the video and then Click on the Bell icon next to it to make sure you Receive All Notifications) AUDIO: If you prefer Audio you can subscribe on itunes or Soundcloud. Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-923838732 SUPPORT/DONATE / JOIN OUR MEMBERSHIP SCHEME The NCF Channel is still very new and to continue to produce quality programming we need your support. Your donations will help ensure the channel not only continues but can grow into a major online platform challenging the cultural orthodoxies dominant in our institutions, public life and media. You can join our membership scheme or donate in a variety of ways via our website: http://www.newcultureforum.org.uk It is set up to accept one time and monthly donations. JOIN US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Web: http://www.newcultureforum.org.uk F: https://www.facebook.com/NCultureForum/ I: https://www.instagram.com/newculturef... Y: http://www.youtube.com/c/NewCultureForum T: http://www.twitter.com/NewCultureForum (@NewCultureForum)

Senior Times
Senior Times Classical Collection

Senior Times

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 104:12


Another crown of musical gems! Featuring works by Elgar, Mozart, Strauss, Beethoven, Rossini, Schubert, Bach and more. Presented by John Low. Produced by Conor O'Hagan

The Dungeon
102. Jaws & Mr. Mom & Superman II

The Dungeon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 92:11


This week, we welcomed our good pal Josh down into our dank basement of self awareness. Josh specifically pointed out that he does NOT listen to The Dungeon, so this is the first time we've had a guest on who is NOT a listener. Pretty cool. We watched three "Youthful Chubs" from Josh's childhood: Jaws (Steven Spielberg, 1975), Mr. Mom (Stan Dragoti, 1983), and Superman II (Richard Lester, 1980). Including a very special "Off the Menu" bonus section. Intro Music: "Hale Makame," 1930, Unknown author / Public domain Outro Music: "Fool Me Some More," 1930, Gus Arnheim / Public domain Off the Menu Outro Music: Recording of the Strauss' The Blue Danube on Music box by Polyphon-Musikwerke in Leipzig, Germany, c. 1890. / Wikimedia Commons / Public domain --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatsyourdungeon/support

The Hoffman Podcast
S5e12: Neil Strauss – Healing as a Path of Honor

The Hoffman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 50:09


You don't want to miss this episode with Neil Strauss, ten-time New York Times best-selling author, contributing editor at Rolling Stone, and a former music critic, cultural reporter, and columnist at The New York Times. Neil did the Hoffman Process just before the pandemic hit in very early 2020. In this conversation, he weaves together pivotal moments of and insights of his Process with his deeper life insights. Neil talks about how doing personal healing work is often stigmatized. For him, doing healing work such as the Process is something important to share with others, something to wear as a badge of honor. In this conversation with Neil and Drew, they cover lots of territory on relationships, healing, writing, and the creative process. A prolific writer, Neil generously shares his writing process in depth. He also speaks to how the creative process can be informed by all four aspects of our Quadrinity. Listening to this conversation is almost like taking a short writing class. Toward the end, Neil turns the tables a bit on Drew and asks Drew questions. Be sure to listen to the end for this fun back-and-forth between them. More about Neil Strauss: Neil Strauss is a ten-time New York Times best-selling author; a contributing editor at Rolling Stone; and a former music critic, cultural reporter, and columnist at The New York Times where he won the ASCAP-Deems Taylor Award for excellence in music journalism. In 2018, he was honored with the Los Angeles Press Club's Journalist Award for his Rolling Stone 50th anniversary cover story, “Elon Musk: The Architect of Tomorrow.” Coaching and mentoring have always been a passion for Strauss. His love of learning and teaching propels him to speak at conferences all over the world. He formed an exclusive, high-level, international personal growth, networking, and mastermind group called The Society International in 2011. The Society International continues to grow as a one-of-a-kind global group of like-minded people. Neil personally mentors its members, which comprise award-winning artists, international entrepreneurs, tech CEOs, professional athletes, and visionaries who defy categorization. Neil resides in Malibu, California. You can learn more about Neil here and here. More about Neil's Writing and Books: Hollywood hails him as one of the most sought-after ghostwriters in town. His books include The Dirt with Motley Crue, which was hailed by Q magazine as “the most unputdownable rock book of the year, or possibly any year,” while Publishers Weekly cited The Long Hard Road Out of Hell with Marilyn Manson as “possibly the highest-selling rock biography of all time.” A feature-length film of The Dirt was recently released on Netflix, directed by Jeff Tremaine, which propelled the book back into the New York Times bestseller list. His recent book collaboration, Kevin Hart's I Can't Make This Up: Life Lessons was both a #1 New York Times best seller and topped the most downloaded audiobooks list at the same time. In his own books, Strauss is renowned for going undercover to explore controversial subcultures. The Game and Rules of The Game, for which he went undercover in a secret society of pick-up artists for two years, topped The New York Times best-selling list and were #1 on Amazon. He then completely revamped his perceptions of dating and relationships when he went undercover to explore trauma, healing, and intimacy disorders with The Truth: An Uncomfortable Book about Relationships. In this best-selling book, he explores the hidden forces that cause people to choose each other, stay together, and break up. As mentioned in this episode: Letters Neil received from Process Graduates: In the Process, students have an opportunity to express gratitude to those who have supported them in their healing journey. Often this gratitude is expressed through writing letters. Carl R. Rogers: American psychologist and one of the founders of the humanistic approac...

The Craig Collins Show
Election Day with Marc Strauss!

The Craig Collins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 33:06


This Hour: Marc Strauss joins Craig on Election Day!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Craig Collins Show
Election Day with Marc Strauss!

The Craig Collins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 33:06


This Hour: Marc Strauss joins Craig on Election Day!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Le van Beethoven
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, le goût de la perfection, la présence scénique

Le van Beethoven

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 59:21


durée : 00:59:21 - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, le goût de la perfection, la présence scénique - par : Aurélie Moreau - Parmi les rôles qu'Elisabeth Schwarzkopf a chantés sur les plus grandes scènes, citons seulement Elvire du Don Giovanni de Mozart et La Maréchale, du Chevalier à la rose de Strauss. La soprano était aussi exceptionnelle dans le répertoire du lied.

Countermelody
Episode 169. Grace Bumbry

Countermelody

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 89:02


Though the great diva Grace Bumbry has often been featured on Countermelody, I have not yet done a full episode on this incomparable artist. Today's episode seeks to remedy that, and to celebrate a singer whose contribution and influence extends back many decades and continues to this very day. Normally when I consider an artist so well-renowned, I try to offer a perspective that sheds different light on that singer. So today's Bumbry celebration considers three aspects of her artistry that have received somewhat less attention. While her successes in a wide range of mezzo soprano repertoire are well-known and well-documented, her soprano assumptions have been somewhat more controversial. I highlight numerous scenes and arias, including from Macbeth, Salome, Turandot, and Nabucco, in both live and studio performances, that shed light on the enormous prowess and fearlessness with which she confronted these roles. Alongside such larger-than-life impersonations are Bumbry's intimate and detailed performances as a Lieder singer, a tribute to her training under that matchless singer and teacher Lotte Lehmann, with whom Bumbry studied at the Music Academy of the West. Recordings of art song by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Strauss, Liszt, and Berlioz, made over the course of 45 years are also a testament to Bumbry's vocal longevity and technical prowess. In recent years, Grace Bumbry has devoted her time to the care, nurturing, and training of young singers under the aegis of a program she has named “The Bumbry Way.” The episode closes with a definitive performance of the song “My Way,” which incorporates and encapsulates all the colors of this extraordinary singer in all her fearlessness, self-assurance, determination, vulnerability, and strength. Evviva “The Bumbry Way!” Countermelody is a podcast devoted to the glory and the power of the human voice raised in song. Singer and vocal aficionado Daniel Gundlach explores great singers of the past and present focusing in particular on those who are less well-remembered today than they should be. Daniel's lifetime in music as a professional countertenor, pianist, vocal coach, voice teacher, and journalist yields an exciting array of anecdotes, impressions, and “inside stories.” At Countermelody's core is the celebration of great singers of all stripes, their instruments, and the connection they make to the words they sing. By clicking on the following link (https://linktr.ee/CountermelodyPodcast) you can find the dedicated Countermelody website which contains additional content including artist photos and episode setlists. The link will also take you to Countermelody's Patreon page, where you can pledge your monthly support at whatever level you can afford. Bonus episodes available exclusively to Patreon supporters are currently available and further bonus content including interviews and livestreams is planned for the upcoming season.  

New Books in Education
Timothy W. Burns, "Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education" (SUNY Press, 2021)

New Books in Education

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 111:07


There are few thinkers who engender as much debate about their legacy as Leo Strauss (1899 –1973). His critics and biographers often don't even agree about what scholarly discipline he practiced. Political theory or philosophy? Was he a proto-neoconservative or a middle-of-the-road Cold War defender of liberal democracy? He is often depicted as a major intellectual influence on sections of the national security state right, especially during the presidency of George W. Bush when he was portrayed as a puppeteer pulling from the grave the strings of such notable hawks as Paul Wolfowitz. But the writings of Strauss often go unexamined. That is partly because they lean towards the abstruse. Strauss was not a general-audience-friendly public intellectual in his day and much of the homage to and attacks on him at this point are to be found in the pages of academic journals and in the halls of think tanks. We are fortunate, therefore, that we can turn to the 2021 book, Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education by Timothy W. Burns for elucidation of Strauss's thinking about how we can preserve liberal democracy in the face of apathy from moderates, classical liberals and traditional conservatives flummoxed by the rise of an aggressive left that questions whether the United States is a democracy at all and an alienated alt-right that regards liberal democracy as now practiced as a character-sapping anachronism leading to civilizational decline. We learn from Burns of Strauss's admiration for Winston Churchill and touting of him as an exemplar of greatness within democracy. In one of the most absorbing sections of the book we learn of a 1941 lecture by Strauss entitled, “German Nihilism” in which he examined the arguments of such groups as rightist German students in the 1920s that liberal democracy fostered moral mediocrity. Burns contrasts in detail the ideas of Strauss and Martin Heidegger and shows that Strauss foresaw that the other man's emphasis on resoluteness would metastasize into Heidegger's support for Nazism. Burns tells us that Strauss can speak to us today via his call to defend democratic constitutionalism and its spiritual and religious traditions. That call can lead to charges of elitism against Strauss because it entailed his championing of the idea of an “aristocracy within democracy,” a cadre of cultivated, well-educated leaders who would help maintain the intellectual and cultural moorings of democracies. Let's hear now from Professor Burns about who Leo Strauss was and what he actually wrote and thought. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/education

New Books in History
Timothy W. Burns, "Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education" (SUNY Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 111:07


There are few thinkers who engender as much debate about their legacy as Leo Strauss (1899 –1973). His critics and biographers often don't even agree about what scholarly discipline he practiced. Political theory or philosophy? Was he a proto-neoconservative or a middle-of-the-road Cold War defender of liberal democracy? He is often depicted as a major intellectual influence on sections of the national security state right, especially during the presidency of George W. Bush when he was portrayed as a puppeteer pulling from the grave the strings of such notable hawks as Paul Wolfowitz. But the writings of Strauss often go unexamined. That is partly because they lean towards the abstruse. Strauss was not a general-audience-friendly public intellectual in his day and much of the homage to and attacks on him at this point are to be found in the pages of academic journals and in the halls of think tanks. We are fortunate, therefore, that we can turn to the 2021 book, Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education by Timothy W. Burns for elucidation of Strauss's thinking about how we can preserve liberal democracy in the face of apathy from moderates, classical liberals and traditional conservatives flummoxed by the rise of an aggressive left that questions whether the United States is a democracy at all and an alienated alt-right that regards liberal democracy as now practiced as a character-sapping anachronism leading to civilizational decline. We learn from Burns of Strauss's admiration for Winston Churchill and touting of him as an exemplar of greatness within democracy. In one of the most absorbing sections of the book we learn of a 1941 lecture by Strauss entitled, “German Nihilism” in which he examined the arguments of such groups as rightist German students in the 1920s that liberal democracy fostered moral mediocrity. Burns contrasts in detail the ideas of Strauss and Martin Heidegger and shows that Strauss foresaw that the other man's emphasis on resoluteness would metastasize into Heidegger's support for Nazism. Burns tells us that Strauss can speak to us today via his call to defend democratic constitutionalism and its spiritual and religious traditions. That call can lead to charges of elitism against Strauss because it entailed his championing of the idea of an “aristocracy within democracy,” a cadre of cultivated, well-educated leaders who would help maintain the intellectual and cultural moorings of democracies. Let's hear now from Professor Burns about who Leo Strauss was and what he actually wrote and thought. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Intellectual History
Timothy W. Burns, "Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education" (SUNY Press, 2021)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 111:07


There are few thinkers who engender as much debate about their legacy as Leo Strauss (1899 –1973). His critics and biographers often don't even agree about what scholarly discipline he practiced. Political theory or philosophy? Was he a proto-neoconservative or a middle-of-the-road Cold War defender of liberal democracy? He is often depicted as a major intellectual influence on sections of the national security state right, especially during the presidency of George W. Bush when he was portrayed as a puppeteer pulling from the grave the strings of such notable hawks as Paul Wolfowitz. But the writings of Strauss often go unexamined. That is partly because they lean towards the abstruse. Strauss was not a general-audience-friendly public intellectual in his day and much of the homage to and attacks on him at this point are to be found in the pages of academic journals and in the halls of think tanks. We are fortunate, therefore, that we can turn to the 2021 book, Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education by Timothy W. Burns for elucidation of Strauss's thinking about how we can preserve liberal democracy in the face of apathy from moderates, classical liberals and traditional conservatives flummoxed by the rise of an aggressive left that questions whether the United States is a democracy at all and an alienated alt-right that regards liberal democracy as now practiced as a character-sapping anachronism leading to civilizational decline. We learn from Burns of Strauss's admiration for Winston Churchill and touting of him as an exemplar of greatness within democracy. In one of the most absorbing sections of the book we learn of a 1941 lecture by Strauss entitled, “German Nihilism” in which he examined the arguments of such groups as rightist German students in the 1920s that liberal democracy fostered moral mediocrity. Burns contrasts in detail the ideas of Strauss and Martin Heidegger and shows that Strauss foresaw that the other man's emphasis on resoluteness would metastasize into Heidegger's support for Nazism. Burns tells us that Strauss can speak to us today via his call to defend democratic constitutionalism and its spiritual and religious traditions. That call can lead to charges of elitism against Strauss because it entailed his championing of the idea of an “aristocracy within democracy,” a cadre of cultivated, well-educated leaders who would help maintain the intellectual and cultural moorings of democracies. Let's hear now from Professor Burns about who Leo Strauss was and what he actually wrote and thought. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books Network
Timothy W. Burns, "Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education" (SUNY Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 111:07


There are few thinkers who engender as much debate about their legacy as Leo Strauss (1899 –1973). His critics and biographers often don't even agree about what scholarly discipline he practiced. Political theory or philosophy? Was he a proto-neoconservative or a middle-of-the-road Cold War defender of liberal democracy? He is often depicted as a major intellectual influence on sections of the national security state right, especially during the presidency of George W. Bush when he was portrayed as a puppeteer pulling from the grave the strings of such notable hawks as Paul Wolfowitz. But the writings of Strauss often go unexamined. That is partly because they lean towards the abstruse. Strauss was not a general-audience-friendly public intellectual in his day and much of the homage to and attacks on him at this point are to be found in the pages of academic journals and in the halls of think tanks. We are fortunate, therefore, that we can turn to the 2021 book, Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education by Timothy W. Burns for elucidation of Strauss's thinking about how we can preserve liberal democracy in the face of apathy from moderates, classical liberals and traditional conservatives flummoxed by the rise of an aggressive left that questions whether the United States is a democracy at all and an alienated alt-right that regards liberal democracy as now practiced as a character-sapping anachronism leading to civilizational decline. We learn from Burns of Strauss's admiration for Winston Churchill and touting of him as an exemplar of greatness within democracy. In one of the most absorbing sections of the book we learn of a 1941 lecture by Strauss entitled, “German Nihilism” in which he examined the arguments of such groups as rightist German students in the 1920s that liberal democracy fostered moral mediocrity. Burns contrasts in detail the ideas of Strauss and Martin Heidegger and shows that Strauss foresaw that the other man's emphasis on resoluteness would metastasize into Heidegger's support for Nazism. Burns tells us that Strauss can speak to us today via his call to defend democratic constitutionalism and its spiritual and religious traditions. That call can lead to charges of elitism against Strauss because it entailed his championing of the idea of an “aristocracy within democracy,” a cadre of cultivated, well-educated leaders who would help maintain the intellectual and cultural moorings of democracies. Let's hear now from Professor Burns about who Leo Strauss was and what he actually wrote and thought. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. 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

New Books in American Studies
Timothy W. Burns, "Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education" (SUNY Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 111:07


There are few thinkers who engender as much debate about their legacy as Leo Strauss (1899 –1973). His critics and biographers often don't even agree about what scholarly discipline he practiced. Political theory or philosophy? Was he a proto-neoconservative or a middle-of-the-road Cold War defender of liberal democracy? He is often depicted as a major intellectual influence on sections of the national security state right, especially during the presidency of George W. Bush when he was portrayed as a puppeteer pulling from the grave the strings of such notable hawks as Paul Wolfowitz. But the writings of Strauss often go unexamined. That is partly because they lean towards the abstruse. Strauss was not a general-audience-friendly public intellectual in his day and much of the homage to and attacks on him at this point are to be found in the pages of academic journals and in the halls of think tanks. We are fortunate, therefore, that we can turn to the 2021 book, Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education by Timothy W. Burns for elucidation of Strauss's thinking about how we can preserve liberal democracy in the face of apathy from moderates, classical liberals and traditional conservatives flummoxed by the rise of an aggressive left that questions whether the United States is a democracy at all and an alienated alt-right that regards liberal democracy as now practiced as a character-sapping anachronism leading to civilizational decline. We learn from Burns of Strauss's admiration for Winston Churchill and touting of him as an exemplar of greatness within democracy. In one of the most absorbing sections of the book we learn of a 1941 lecture by Strauss entitled, “German Nihilism” in which he examined the arguments of such groups as rightist German students in the 1920s that liberal democracy fostered moral mediocrity. Burns contrasts in detail the ideas of Strauss and Martin Heidegger and shows that Strauss foresaw that the other man's emphasis on resoluteness would metastasize into Heidegger's support for Nazism. Burns tells us that Strauss can speak to us today via his call to defend democratic constitutionalism and its spiritual and religious traditions. That call can lead to charges of elitism against Strauss because it entailed his championing of the idea of an “aristocracy within democracy,” a cadre of cultivated, well-educated leaders who would help maintain the intellectual and cultural moorings of democracies. Let's hear now from Professor Burns about who Leo Strauss was and what he actually wrote and thought. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Higher Education
Timothy W. Burns, "Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education" (SUNY Press, 2021)

New Books in Higher Education

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 111:07


There are few thinkers who engender as much debate about their legacy as Leo Strauss (1899 –1973). His critics and biographers often don't even agree about what scholarly discipline he practiced. Political theory or philosophy? Was he a proto-neoconservative or a middle-of-the-road Cold War defender of liberal democracy? He is often depicted as a major intellectual influence on sections of the national security state right, especially during the presidency of George W. Bush when he was portrayed as a puppeteer pulling from the grave the strings of such notable hawks as Paul Wolfowitz. But the writings of Strauss often go unexamined. That is partly because they lean towards the abstruse. Strauss was not a general-audience-friendly public intellectual in his day and much of the homage to and attacks on him at this point are to be found in the pages of academic journals and in the halls of think tanks. We are fortunate, therefore, that we can turn to the 2021 book, Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education by Timothy W. Burns for elucidation of Strauss's thinking about how we can preserve liberal democracy in the face of apathy from moderates, classical liberals and traditional conservatives flummoxed by the rise of an aggressive left that questions whether the United States is a democracy at all and an alienated alt-right that regards liberal democracy as now practiced as a character-sapping anachronism leading to civilizational decline. We learn from Burns of Strauss's admiration for Winston Churchill and touting of him as an exemplar of greatness within democracy. In one of the most absorbing sections of the book we learn of a 1941 lecture by Strauss entitled, “German Nihilism” in which he examined the arguments of such groups as rightist German students in the 1920s that liberal democracy fostered moral mediocrity. Burns contrasts in detail the ideas of Strauss and Martin Heidegger and shows that Strauss foresaw that the other man's emphasis on resoluteness would metastasize into Heidegger's support for Nazism. Burns tells us that Strauss can speak to us today via his call to defend democratic constitutionalism and its spiritual and religious traditions. That call can lead to charges of elitism against Strauss because it entailed his championing of the idea of an “aristocracy within democracy,” a cadre of cultivated, well-educated leaders who would help maintain the intellectual and cultural moorings of democracies. Let's hear now from Professor Burns about who Leo Strauss was and what he actually wrote and thought. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Political Science
Timothy W. Burns, "Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education" (SUNY Press, 2021)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 111:07


There are few thinkers who engender as much debate about their legacy as Leo Strauss (1899 –1973). His critics and biographers often don't even agree about what scholarly discipline he practiced. Political theory or philosophy? Was he a proto-neoconservative or a middle-of-the-road Cold War defender of liberal democracy? He is often depicted as a major intellectual influence on sections of the national security state right, especially during the presidency of George W. Bush when he was portrayed as a puppeteer pulling from the grave the strings of such notable hawks as Paul Wolfowitz. But the writings of Strauss often go unexamined. That is partly because they lean towards the abstruse. Strauss was not a general-audience-friendly public intellectual in his day and much of the homage to and attacks on him at this point are to be found in the pages of academic journals and in the halls of think tanks. We are fortunate, therefore, that we can turn to the 2021 book, Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education by Timothy W. Burns for elucidation of Strauss's thinking about how we can preserve liberal democracy in the face of apathy from moderates, classical liberals and traditional conservatives flummoxed by the rise of an aggressive left that questions whether the United States is a democracy at all and an alienated alt-right that regards liberal democracy as now practiced as a character-sapping anachronism leading to civilizational decline. We learn from Burns of Strauss's admiration for Winston Churchill and touting of him as an exemplar of greatness within democracy. In one of the most absorbing sections of the book we learn of a 1941 lecture by Strauss entitled, “German Nihilism” in which he examined the arguments of such groups as rightist German students in the 1920s that liberal democracy fostered moral mediocrity. Burns contrasts in detail the ideas of Strauss and Martin Heidegger and shows that Strauss foresaw that the other man's emphasis on resoluteness would metastasize into Heidegger's support for Nazism. Burns tells us that Strauss can speak to us today via his call to defend democratic constitutionalism and its spiritual and religious traditions. That call can lead to charges of elitism against Strauss because it entailed his championing of the idea of an “aristocracy within democracy,” a cadre of cultivated, well-educated leaders who would help maintain the intellectual and cultural moorings of democracies. Let's hear now from Professor Burns about who Leo Strauss was and what he actually wrote and thought. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
Timothy W. Burns, "Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education" (SUNY Press, 2021)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 111:07


There are few thinkers who engender as much debate about their legacy as Leo Strauss (1899 –1973). His critics and biographers often don't even agree about what scholarly discipline he practiced. Political theory or philosophy? Was he a proto-neoconservative or a middle-of-the-road Cold War defender of liberal democracy? He is often depicted as a major intellectual influence on sections of the national security state right, especially during the presidency of George W. Bush when he was portrayed as a puppeteer pulling from the grave the strings of such notable hawks as Paul Wolfowitz. But the writings of Strauss often go unexamined. That is partly because they lean towards the abstruse. Strauss was not a general-audience-friendly public intellectual in his day and much of the homage to and attacks on him at this point are to be found in the pages of academic journals and in the halls of think tanks. We are fortunate, therefore, that we can turn to the 2021 book, Leo Strauss on Democracy, Technology, and Liberal Education by Timothy W. Burns for elucidation of Strauss's thinking about how we can preserve liberal democracy in the face of apathy from moderates, classical liberals and traditional conservatives flummoxed by the rise of an aggressive left that questions whether the United States is a democracy at all and an alienated alt-right that regards liberal democracy as now practiced as a character-sapping anachronism leading to civilizational decline. We learn from Burns of Strauss's admiration for Winston Churchill and touting of him as an exemplar of greatness within democracy. In one of the most absorbing sections of the book we learn of a 1941 lecture by Strauss entitled, “German Nihilism” in which he examined the arguments of such groups as rightist German students in the 1920s that liberal democracy fostered moral mediocrity. Burns contrasts in detail the ideas of Strauss and Martin Heidegger and shows that Strauss foresaw that the other man's emphasis on resoluteness would metastasize into Heidegger's support for Nazism. Burns tells us that Strauss can speak to us today via his call to defend democratic constitutionalism and its spiritual and religious traditions. That call can lead to charges of elitism against Strauss because it entailed his championing of the idea of an “aristocracy within democracy,” a cadre of cultivated, well-educated leaders who would help maintain the intellectual and cultural moorings of democracies. Let's hear now from Professor Burns about who Leo Strauss was and what he actually wrote and thought. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

A History of England
114. A revolution that didn't happen and a breakthrough that did

A History of England

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 14:58


We're back in 1848, with the Year of Revolutions, a few of which succeeded, most of which were put down – not least in Northern Italy, where Joseph Radetzky, celebrated in a cheerful Strauss tune, proved far less cheerful in his treatment of opponents to Austrian rule. Britain, on the other hand, saw no revolution, though many feared one from the Chartists. In the event, the last shout of Chartism turned out to be little more than a whimper, disarmed by improved economic conditions and channels to funnel protest into less harmful directions. !848 also saw the moment when the majority wing of the split Conservative Party, the Protectionists, opposed to Repeal of the Corn Laws, could have found a new leader in Benjamin Disraeli. But he was just too eccentric, perhaps too Jewish, somehow too foreign, and he was passed over. The first of several occasions when he was denied, until late 1851. Then he at last secured the position of Leader of the Party in the Commons (under the overall leader, Stanley). At least that meant that he was in a leading position just as his party formed a government again. So he was poised to enter government for the first time, and in a senior position too. Illustration: On the barricades on the Rue Soufflot, Paris, 25 June 1848 by Horace Vernet Music: Bach Partita #2c by J Bu licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-No Derivatives (aka Music Sharing) 3.0 International License.

The Age Old Question
What Is The Best Use of Cowbell In A Song?

The Age Old Question

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 33:23


• Intro to the question: What is the best use of cowbell in a song?• Inspiration: "More Cowbell" from Saturday Night Live• History of cowbell in popular music (from Mahler and Strauss to Buddy Holly)• Blue Oyster Cult• Honky Tonk Woman• Low Rider• Stuck In The Middle• Honorable Mentions• Marvin Gaye• The Beatles• More Honorable Mentions• Guns & Roses• Guest: Jeff Symonds• Guest: Todd Chuba• Wrap Up

Rock N Roll Pantheon
The Age Old Question — A Podcast For Music Fans: Episode 53 What Is The Best Use Of Cowbell In A Song?

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 33:23


• Intro to the question: What is the best use of cowbell in a song?• Inspiration: "More Cowbell" from Saturday Night Live• History of cowbell in popular music (from Mahler and Strauss to Buddy Holly)• Blue Oyster Cult• Honky Tonk Woman• Low Rider• Stuck In The Middle• Honorable Mentions• Marvin Gaye• The Beatles• More Honorable Mentions• Guns & Roses• Guest: Jeff Symonds• Guest: Todd Chuba• Wrap Up

Watch This
Leslie Jordan dies, Reboot wraps up its first season

Watch This

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 14:56


On today's What to Watch: The comedy series Reboot, about a group of actors rebooting their '90s sitcom, wraps up its first season with their relationships and careers hanging in the balance. On the finale of The Patient, will Steve Carell's Dr. Strauss make it out alive? The four-night event Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities debuts, with stories of cursed families, haunting secrets, and spine-chilling monsters. Outlander's Lauren Lyle, who stars on the new BritBox series Karen Pirie, tells us what she's watching. Plus, Hollywood trivia, and entertainment headlines, including House of the Dragon's big finale numbers, who's playing in Jeopardy!'s Tournament of Champions, and the death of Will & Grace alum Leslie Jordan. More at ew.com, ew.com/wtw, and @EW. Host/Producer: Gerrad Hall (@gerradhall); Producer: Ashley Boucher (@ashleybreports); Editor: Lauren Klein (@ltklein); Writer: Calie Schepp; Executive Producer: Chanelle Johnson (@chanelleberlin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Seattle Nice
#poopgate, plus troubling news for Dan Strauss of the Seattle City Council

Seattle Nice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 37:32


In Act I, Sandeep and Erica tackle #poopgate. Seattle council member Kshama Sawant says someone's been throwing bags of human feces on her lawn and accuses police of dragging their feet in the investigation. In Act II, the pod asks: Does council member Dan Strauss need to worry about a proposed new redistricting map? And what was he thinking when he barred the press from a public event? In Act III, in keeping with these troubling times, there can be no tidy resolution and there is no third act.    Support the show

Creating Ripples
206 Embodiment: Connecting Deeper to Self, Allowing Ourselves to Be Seen & The Power of Choice Aimee Strauss

Creating Ripples

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 75:49


On this weeks episode Alex has a conversation with intuitive healer and embodiment coach Aimee Strauss. Aimee shares her story of what led her on this journey through her own healing, inner child work and focus on embodiment. Discussed on this weeks episode: -a borrowed dream -your souls whisper -yoga for anxiety and depression -disconnected from self -working in the fashion industry -connecting back to self -passion -self awareness -fear based living -healing -relational work -connecting deeper to self -relating to the world around us -boundaries -evaluating relationships that don't feel good -manifesting -self love -finding safety within ourselves -somatic work, nervous system regulations, EMDR -power of choice -conscious awareness -present in the moment -quality over quantity -connect to younger self -the beauty of emotions -allowing ourselves to be seen Resources: Aimee Strauss IG Creating Ripples IG

The House of Strauss Podcast
JokeRodeoJudging

The House of Strauss Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 73:15


Judging and Joke'-Rodeo tonight on The House of Strauss on News Radio KKOBSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ghosts 'N Bears Podcast
Ghosts 'N Bears - SE2 EP20 - The Ghosts of The Stanley Hotel

Ghosts 'N Bears Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 64:12


The Stanley Hotel may be the most famous Mountain hotel in the world.  Thanks to it's natural beauty, it's elegance and it's terrifying reputation, both real and enhanced.  The famous setting and source material for Stephen Kings terrifying novel The Shining it has it's very own ghost story that are a lot more real than any novel. Join us and our guest Brooks Fisher as he talks about his OWN experience at The Stanley as well as some other spots around Fort Collins, Colorado on this episode of Ghosts 'N Bears. 

GoJo with Mike Golic Jr.
Director Jen Karson-Strauss on Truth Be Told: The Fight for Women's Professional Soccer

GoJo with Mike Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 87:32


Gojo and Brandon get sidetracked by NBA drama surrounding Draymond Green and Jordan Poole's practice altercation (04:37) and want to know about the reported “history” they have. Gojo talks to E:60 Director/Producer Jen Karson-Strauss about her latest project, “Truth Be Told” (25:53), which chronicles the accusations of sexual harassment and coercion currently faced by the National Women's Soccer League, the ways in which the league has failed to protect its players, and what comes next. The guys take a look at a very lackluster Thursday Night Football matchup (48:39) before finishing up with This, That, and the Third (54:50): fans finding out, dinner time data, and Fat Bear Week NFL comps. Click here to subscribe, rate, and review the newest episodes of GoJo with Mike Golic Jr! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Le Batard & Friends Network
BASKETBALL ILLUMINATI - Media Daze

Le Batard & Friends Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 65:04


The Illuminati takes stock of the onslaught of Media Day content and try to ascertain just how much weight has been gained or lost this offseason. In order to fully understand the Ime Udoka scandal, you need to hear the story within the story from this week's Truth Teller, Ethan Sherwood Strauss of House of Strauss, who unpacks what the Worldwide Leader said in the wake of the news -- and more importantly, what they didn't say. Subscribe to Ethan's Substack: https://houseofstrauss.substack.com/ Subscribe to Basketball Illuminati! On Apple or Spotify Merch: Shirts - Hat 1 - Hat 2 Email us: basketballilluminati@gmail.com Twitter: @bballilluminati Instagram: @basketballilluminati Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices