John is the owner of Revolution gym, personal trainer and MMA coach. On top of that, John holds gun safety and self defense classes all under one roof. Erin opened Dolce Bakery over 15 years ago in Prairie Village, and makes the absolute best baked goods in Kansas city. Revolution Gym: 10635 Floyd St, Overland Park, KS 66212 Dolce Bakery: 3930 W 69th Terrace, Prairie Village, KS 66208
B2b de pré-rentrée: avec: 1. Fizic - Cosmin TRG - Fizic - 50 Weapons 2. Suffocate - Sleeper Cell - Quality of Life - Lovers Rock 3. Machinarium - VC-118A - From The Dark Volume 2 - Cultivated Electronics 4. Surface Treated - Lost Trax - Surface Treated - Delsin 5. Doppler Spectroscopy - Cyrk - Doppler Spectroscopy EP - Avoidant Records 6. Strip Search - 2 Bad Mice - Kaotic Chemistry - Sm:)e Communications 7. The Pong - Audion - The Pong - Spectral Sound 8. Le nouveau kusanagi - Mézigue - Bicravia - D.KO Records 9. Comin at Cha - Dance System - Can't Stop - Warehouse Music 10. Sensory System - Krotone - KROTONE005 - Krotone 11. Powers of Ten - Ociya - Acid Friend - Global A Records 12. Natural Unrefined - Mella Dee - North Bridge - 13. Sporadic - Marcel Reix - Stay Focused EP - 14. Northern Exposure (Positive Centre Remix) - Relapso - Northern Exposure - 15. Sins - Ethan Fawkes - - 16. D974 - James Welsh - D974/Boltmaker - 17. Missing Something - Konx-Om-Pax - Ways of Seeing - 18. Bad Chicago - Martyn - Think And Change - Nonplus Records 19. Nufunk - Random Alias - Automat - 20. Other - Forest Drive West - WHYTBLU05 - 21. Rheged - Throwing Snow - Rheged - Houndstooth 22. Bait & Switch - Destrata - It Was Always There Vol. 2 - 3024 23. Terrace of an Elephant - Eddie Hale - Revelation - EP - 24. Robin Chasing Butterflies - Pearson Sound - Robin Chasing Butterflies - The Girl with the Sun in Her Head (Lone Remix) - Orbital - 30 Something -
Andariki Namaskaram! Hello Listeners! We had the opportunity to host Ravi Kiran Kola, the writer and show runner for #AshokaVanamloArjunaKalyanam and writer-director of #RajaVaaruRaniGaaru. 00:00:00 - 00:01:37 - Intro 00:01:37 - 00:05:55 - Why Raja vaaru Rani Gaaru. 00:05:55 - 00:07:13 - Satire and reality 00:07:13 - 00:12:32 - Ravi and his collaborations 00:12:32 - 00:21:10 - Music not registering nowadays 00:21:10 - 00:32:20 - RVRG starting, names and significance 00:32:20 - 00:34:40 - Music and screenplay 00:34:40 - 00:34:40 - self-awareness of characters 00:34:40 - 00:41:40 - Editing choices in RVRG and AVAK 00:41:40 - 00:47:05 - Writer vs director 00:47:05 - 00:52:50 - Consent and its scenes 00:47:05 - 01:09:35 - Society and its pressures 01:09:35 - 01:12:53 - Introverts 01:12:53 - 01:19:08 - City people and Ammama 01:19:08 - 01:21:11 - Abbayilaki pelli choopulu 01:21:11 - 01:26:26 - Terrace scene in AVAK 01:26:26 - 01:30:30 - Hero's and social responsibility 01:30:30 - 01:43:03 - Vennela kishore satire in AVAK 01:43:03 - 01:47:03 - Shoutout to Pravalya 01:47:03 - 01:51:47 - Conclusion Follow : Ravi : https://www.instagram.com/storytellerkola/ Production designer Pravalya : https://www.instagram.com/pravalya_d/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chitra-alochana/message
もしくろ9月は特集【はじめてのクィア・スタディーズ】として、クィア・シネマ研究者の菅野優香さんをゲストにお迎えしています。 特集も後半となる3つ目のエピソード。研究分野としての”クィア・スタディーズ”とその”読み方”についてお話を伺った前回から、より現実の方向に視点を移して、最近特にSNSで顕著なトランスジェンダーへのバッシングにある背景にあるものは何なのか、について掘り下げていきました。特に、”性別のゆらぎ”という菅野さんの発言から繋がった、長井さんからの、自分の中にある男性的な部分とパートナーの中にある女性的な部分との関係性のお話には、とてもハッとさせられました…！ぜひお聞きください。 さらには、体育祭でフエラムネを吹いて逃げる？！、持て余したエネルギーを発散する場としての男子校の体育祭など、オープニングやエンディングもお聞き逃しなく！ 今回のHotProjectsでは、”天空の聖地“と呼ばれる和歌山県の高野山に、食や学びを通じて高野山の魅力を体感できる『天風TERRACE』をつくるプロジェクトをご紹介！コロナ禍で観光業が厳しい状況にある今、拠点を立ち上げるという攻めの姿勢に、武田さん＆長井さんからは「かっこいい…！」の声が。プロジェクトページには高野山の美しい景色や魅力的なリターンが目白押しです。ぜひチェックしてみてください！ 「MOTION GALLERY CROSSING」は、編集者の武田俊と演劇モデルの長井短が、日本最大級のクラウドファンディングサイト「MOTION GALLERY」のプロジェクトを紹介しながら「これからの文化と社会のはなし」をゲストとともに掘り下げていくラジオ番組。東京・九段ハウスの協賛でお送りいたします。 ＜もしもし文化センター＞ 番組のオンラインコミュニティ「もしもし文化センター」へは、下記よりアクセスいただけます！みなさんの参加をお待ちしております！あなたも”もしもしーず”になろう！ https://basic.motion-gallery.net/community/moshibun ＜番組プレイリスト更新中！＞ 番組では、エピソードとゲスト＆パーソナリティの選曲を織り交ぜたSpotifyプレイリストを更新中です！ぜひ「My Library」への登録をお願いします！ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6EY8LFSdS7B0OOl5wxldXr ＜リスナーのみなさんのお悩み募集中！＞ パーソナリティ＆番組アシスタントにきいてほしいお悩みを募集しています！いただいた投稿は、番組のお悩み相談コーナー（不定期）にてお答えします！ https://forms.gle/GqTrQCYs9Ji8duSM7 ＜ゲスト菅野さん最新著書＞ 菅野優香/編著「クィア・シネマ・スタディーズ」（晃洋書房） http://www.koyoshobo.co.jp/book/b594003.html ＜Hot projects＞ ”天空の聖地”と呼ばれる和歌山県·高野山。 食や学びを通じて高野山の魅力を体感できる『天風TERRACE』がオープン！ https://motion-gallery.net/projects/temputerrace ＜九段ハウス＞ https://kudan.house/ ＜ご意見・質問お待ちしてます！＞ 番組のハッシュタグ #もしくろ https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?hashtags=もしくろ＜ゲストプロフィール＞菅野優香 (クィア・シネマ研究者)同志社大学教員。カリフォルニア大学アーヴァイン校Ph.D. (視覚研究)。専門は映画・視覚文化研究、クィア・スタディーズ。編著『クィア・シネマ・スタディーズ』晃洋書房（2021）、『クィア・スタディーズをひらく』（共著）晃洋書房 (2020)、The Japanese Cinema Book （共著）BFI/Bloomsbury (2020)などがある。
Hey everybody, here's free access to an episode of a popular Patreon series we're currently doing called 16 to 1. Basically, it's a quiz show hosted by Craig Anderson where two members of The Terrace go head to head as they seek to survive and advance until one man (this was set up before Amy joined) is left standing. Each contestant brings a specialist subject for themselves and a not-so-specialist subject for the other to answer. This is on our £5-a-month Patreon tier. If you like what you hear, make sure to subscribe to hear the rest of the first-round matches, the last of which will be posted by this time next week. Patreon link: www.patreon.com/terracepodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
New historical anthropology has unearthed a treasure trove of artifacts relating to the many Chinese workers that worked for the Central Pacific Railroad constructing the Transcontinental Railroad across the United States. Information about he workers has been sparse due to the disinterest of racist railroad managers in keeping information about Chinese works at the time on this side of the Pacific, and the Cultural Revolution in China destroying primary sources of that side of the Pacific. Come learn about how the railroad was really built and the people we owe a debt of gratitude to.
Jeremy and Rhonda, along with 7 of their friends, enjoy dinner at Topolino's Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera and review everything from antipastos, starters, hand-crafted pastas. steaks, dessert, and more.Follow Us on Social MediaFacebook GroupFacebook: @MainStMagicTwitter: @MainStMagicInstagram: @MainStMagicVisit Us Onlinewww.MainStMagic.comwww.WonderlandCrew.comwww.MainStreetShirts.comGet Dining Alerts!Find last-minute and hard-to-find Disney dining reservations with MouseDining.com! Get text and email alerts when popular theme park dining reservations open up. Get last-minute seating! Get the next table! Set your alerts now! Get the next reservation!Visit our Partnerswww.MSMFriends.comGet a FREE vacation quote to your favorite destinationChuck Marchetti, Main Street Magic TravelMainStMagicTravel.com for a free quoteThanks to TFresh Productions for our theme songFollow Travis on Instagram @tfresh_productions
The city's Sint trad is back and with some improvements, a foundation in Oost says there's not enough food parcels to meet demand, and a Prinsengracht boat terrace can stay - for the good of the community.A short news roundup for Amsterdam from 6 September 2022.Produced by Broadcast Amsterdam radio station, https://broadcastamsterdam.nlLinks to news stories and sources are shared in the News section on our website and on our Pinterest feed. Credits: Producer, Cathy Leung | Music beds: We Are OK
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Ben Burgis came to join me in Baja for an afternoon of lobster, writing and silliness. Somewhere in there we have a serious conversation. About TIR Thank you for supporting the show! Remember to like and subscribe on YouTube. Also, consider supporting us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents Check out our official merch store at https://www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com/ Also follow us on... https://podcasts.apple.com/.../this-is.../id1524576360 www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/ Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland Follow the TIR Crüe on Twitter: @TIRShowOakland @djenebajalan @DrKuba2 @probert06 @StefanBertramL @MarcusHereMeow Read Jason: https://www.sublationmag.com/writers/jason-myles Read Pascal: https://www.newsweek.com/black-political-elite-serving... Follow: www.sublationmag.com
Kevin Dalton, President of the Toledo Federation of Teachers and Lori Reffert from Toledo Public Schools talk about the nationwide teacher shortage and what it means for local schools. Adrian City Administrator Greg Elliott talks about what is being done for the residents of the Riverview Terrace Apartment Complex, which has been deemed unsafe. Gretchen Awad, Director of Northwest Ohio Susan G. Komen, talks about their biggest event of the year, the Race for the Cure.
This week, we're looking at the political and economic issues concerning a controversial chant used by Mexican football fans. During the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the Mexican Soccer Federation was fined $10,000 after fans of the national team used the term ‘¡puto!' to address opposition players in their opening game. The term is widely considered to have homophobic connotations, but a recent study by today's guests - Marie Sarita Gaytán and Matthew Basso - argues that ‘puto' has layered meanings, which are evident in its employment by Mexican football fans. Sarita and Matthew argue that a more nuanced analysis is required when discussing this controversial chant. While they recognise that ‘The macho remains a recognizable trope of Mexican manhood', representing virility and domination over women and homosexuals, the ‘hegemonic image and stereotypical associations… do not necessarily align with men's sense of identity', especially Mexican working-class men who are negotiating ‘their sense of masculinity via a range of life experiences'. How is machismo evolving? Are soccer's governing bodies sitting on their hands when it comes to addressing hate speech? To what extent has Argentinian football culture influenced Mexican soccer culture? ...all this and more in our latest episode *** If you enjoy the podcast, please follow us on social media at twitter.com/footballsocpod and leave us a five star review - it helps others discover the show!
Terrance makes a very special birthday wish that the whole world is run by animals. Little does he know, his wish is about to come true... Outschool will have your kids loving to learn and having fun doing it! Head over to Outschool.com/shortstories and use code shortstories to learn all about Outschool's summer programs and save fifteen dollars on your child's first class. Join up to our Premium channel and be a Super Fan of Short Stories for Kids! Here you will receive a Friday Bonus Episode every week! Plus our entire back catalogue of stories ad free! Also Premium Only Shout Outs just for you guys! Just email us telling us your a Premium member and you would like a shout out to firstname.lastname@example.org As a Premium member you have a guarantee of having your story idea turned in to a story and read out on the show! Premium Member Perks
The tenants at Capitol Crossings in Albany, a 279-unit development that has historically housed low-income and subsidized families, won major concessions that would keep rents stable and protect tenants from unjust evictions, including limiting rent increases to 5% and guaranteeing lease renewals to any tenant in good standing.Jazmia VanHoesen, President of the Bleecker Terrace Tenants Association, discusses the organizing effort with Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison discusses the legal rights of the people who live in mobile home parks, the legal obligations of the owners of the parks, and the controversy between the new owners of Viking Terrace and its residents. Attorney General Ellison will be in Northfield on Friday to discuss the issues with local
On this week's show, I'm giving a trip report from my recent vacation to Walt Disney World and Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure in Orlando! Against all of my better judgement, we decided to take our family to do theme parks in Orlando in the month of August, the hottest time of the year. While there were many moments of hot, sweaty, misery, there were also some fun times we had along the way. We even got them chance to partake in some brand new experiences like Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind and Harmonious at Epcot, breakfast at Topolino's Terrace at Disney's Riviera Resort, Volcano Bay waterpark at Universal Orlando, and much more. I can't wait to share my thoughts and reviews on these items and so much more!
This week, Grace Koguc shares the story of her Wedding Pavilion ceremony, Toledo reception at Coronado Springs' Gran Destino Tower, and Terrace des Fleurs dessert party. You'll hear how she worked to customize the restaurant's menus and saved a ton on floral and décor due with her venue choices. She also discusses her afternoon welcome party at Italy Isola in EPCOT and the rehearsal lunch she planned at Citricos. Listen now! Click here to see all the photos!
You'll never believe the controversy that has hit Washington Terrace... It's about having chicken coops in your backyard...There's a fight to allow chicken coops/hens in backyards! The Washington Terrace Backyard Chicken Alliance which was formed by a group of homeowners are ruffling some feathers trying to change the rules.. we will speak to them in just a moment.Amanda Hartley of The Washington Terrace Backyard Chicken Alliance shares her argument as to why they want chicken coops and we hear from the other side as Washington Terrace City Manager, Tom Hanson as to why they aren't allowing it.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A large slip in Woodhouse Avenue in Karori has blocked the road and left a house teetering on the edge. Further south, two houses remain off limits as work begins today to clear a large slip that swept away a bank in central Wellington. Most of the dozen households on The Terrace were cleared for residents to re-enter yesterday, 24 hours after the slip dumped 50 cubic metres of earth onto the street below. However, long-time resident David McLean lives at one of the two most affected homes and has no idea when he'll be allowed back in. McLean and RNZ reporter Charlotte Cook spoke to Corin Dann about the slips.
In this week's episode the gang discusses the buzz around celebrity jet emissions (1:45), Ne-yo getting into hot water for cheating (12:46), Beyonce dropping her new album Renaissance + getting heat for using the word 'spazz' (23:50), the negative aspects of woke culture (40:45), Cyberbullying (49:00), Terrace house participant Hana Kimura's suicide (50:20), developing relationships on the internet (53:50), Dane cook getting engaged to 23 year old (1:03:50), Elon Musk's dad being sus, Donald Trump burying his first wife Ivana Trump on his golf course (1:22:10), Brittney Griner's being sentenced for 9 years amid russian arms dealer trade (1:24:45), the Victoria Secret Angels and Demon's doc on Hulu (1:33:10), the excellent chef themes show The Bear on Hulu (1:45:50), Better Call Saul's newest episode (1:50:15), and share final thoughts (2:02:40). linktr.ee/dippedinnonsense
01: PEDRO.MARTINS, Kokeshi - Life Shifting feat. Joana Príncipe (Healing Mix) 02: Transform - Transformation (Tobi Neumann & Matthew Styles' Analog Memory Remix) 03: Super Flu - Didschn (Monkey Safari Remix) 04: Pambouk - The Illusionist (Original Mix) 05: Mathew Jonson, Quenum - Cyclops (Makebo Remix) 06: YAME - As I Ran (Original Mix) 07: Serge Devant - Third Planet (Original Mix) 08: FatouMata - Nagar (Original Mix) 09: II Faces - Silence (SIS remix) 10: TooTall - Pomegranate (Original Mix) 11: Fidem Community - One Three 12: Heilung - Krigsgaldr (Volen Sentir Retribution) 13: Andre Lodemann - Where Are You Now (Original Mix) 14: Sahar Z, Guy Mantzur - Sneaky Monkey (Guy J Remix) 15: Sanoi, Jake Rattler - The Flubbenator (Original Mix) 16: Tuba Twooz - People (Original Mix) 17: Serge Devant, Camille Safiya, Damiano C - Thinking Of You feat. Camille Safiya (Serge Devant's Floor Cut) 18: Guy Gerber, Albertina - Bocat (Original Mix) 19: Cari Golden, CamelPhat - Temperament of the Beat (Original Mix) 20: Stan Tone, Dasha Zarya - Do Utra (Mike Tohr Remix)
The slips start coming and they don't stop coming. Eight homes were evacuated yesterday after a large slip on The Terrace in central Wellington, which covered the road and ruptured two gas lines. Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent due to climate change, and it is putting more pressures on local councils. Wellington City Council's transport and infrastructure manager Brad Singh spoke to Corin Dann.
Geotechnical engineers will today assess the slip on The Terrace in central Wellington. About a dozen households were evacuated yesterday when a retaining wall gave way. This morning, the council is warning people to take care after more slips and trees came down overnight. Reporter Kirsty Frame spoke to Corin Dann from the site on The Terrace.
Way out west, Perth is enjoying its moment in the sun. The city's mojo is positively seductive, with a fizzy sweep of fresh temptations and grand triumphs of urban regeneration, redefining the urban platter. First impressions count and one of the best ways to find your feet is to join one of Oh Hey WA's irrepressible walking tours. Under the command of the equally irrepressible Adie Chapman, who has been operating these tours for nine years, a walkabout with Adie and her vivacious troupe of guides is a sure-fire way to get a dynamic sense of the city's spunk and sparkle. www.ohheywa.com.au My enthralling 90 minute walking tour traversed a variety of themes, from riveting street art and storied architecture to exciting new public spaces and hidden laneways laden with libations. The enhanced presence of indigenous street art is most conspicuous and Adie led me to one of the most uplifting specimens, the spectacular rainbow serpent, slithering along the walls of a laneway. Other shining lights of urban laneway regeneration include the trail-blazing Wolf Lane (with its wondrously large murals), Brookfield Place behind St. George's Terrace, bursting with swish culinary offerings, and the hidden gem of Howard Lane. After ripping up the asphalt, the lane's original cobblestones were delightfully rediscovered. It's also where you can enjoy the ultimate example of a signage-free saloon, Helvetica Bar, housed in a small brick storehouse, brimming with character and whiskies. The locals love it because they offer a bottle-keep service, whereby you can resume your intake from the same bottle on return visits to the bar. Then there's old-school Perth that has been strikingly repurposed. Beneath the soaring archways of the majestic State Buildings, new life courses through the venerable cluster of heritage buildings in Cathedral Square. Reinvigorated as a compelling hub of retail and hospitality, the three interconnected properties sat empty for 20 years, before being reborn as COMO The Treasury and its alluring slate of hospo destinations like Petition, Long Chim and Wildflower. Best coffee in Perth? Paying homage to the building's previous life as a post office, you can't beat a brew to go from Telegram Coffee. Strolling down the retail artery of Hay Street Mall, Adie pointed out to me a clutch of heritage buildings, like the sublime wrought-iron blockbuster of the Savoy Hotel, awaiting regeneration. Then there's the kitschy novelty of the London Court shopping arcade. Built for gold miner and financier Claude de Bernales, London Court was designed as an extravagant salute to Tudor England, modelled on London's Liberty department store. makes for an atmospheric shopping arcade, connecting with Hay St Mall. At the Mall entrance, admire the clock face which is a replica of the “Great Clock” in Rouen, France. The clock chimes every quarter hour, unleashing four knights to circle the window. Meanwhile, at the St. Georges Terrace end of the arcade, the clock face is a replica of “Big Ben”, and St. George does battle with a dragon. Barflies rejoice. Over the past decade, liquor licensing changes have spawned a profusion of small bars, setting up trade and re-energising dishevelled alleys. Chic cocktail spots, cosy boltholes and speakeasy bars bubble away in their tucked away hidey-holes. Adie ushered me to Alfred's Pizzeria, a New York gangster-style pizza bar, tucked away in a Barrack St basement, this six year old establishment has a strong and playful escapist streak – and the pizza is divine. You can order it by the slice. The drinks list is tailored to pizza consumption, with an extensive craft beer, wine, gin, whisky and rum list. Stake out Globe Bar, which has re-energised the original landmark hotel, now featuring a vertical garden, heritage brick wall, timber floorboards and supreme mural work. It's a trendy spot for casual bites and drinks, with 25 beers on tap. In Queen Street, I loved The Flour Factory, fusing together a New York Deli with a Spanish Bodega cocktail bar across three levels of a former 100-year old flour mill. With over 150 types of gin on offer, if you're feeling indecisive, just spin the gin wheel to place your order. The Perth City Link project has reconnected the CBD with the bohemian hotbed of Northbridge for the first time in a century in recent years. Severed by the swath of railway lines leading to Perth Station, the inner-city neighbourhood has been readmitted into the city centre's clutch by sinking the railway tracks and undergrounding the bus station, reclaiming over four hectares of high quality public spaces, including the enticingly designed, art-filled meeting place of Yagan Square. Northbridge has long been a popular playground for night owls, home to many of Perth's best nightclubs and ethnic eateries. The hospo scene is constantly resetting the table, but some of the local stars in the line-up include Joe's Juice Joint. Off the laneway and down the stairs, this rock ‘n roll den beckons as your classic dive bar – fried chicken, cheese burgers, pinball, a serious backbar, a cracking beer selection and a classic rock playlist. Also in the Chinatown precinct, Sneaky Tony's. A homage to infamous rum-runner Tony “the hat”, Sneaky Tony's is a prohibition bar with shelves bursting with liquid gold. With over 300 bottles of rum from all corners of the globe, pull up a stool and let them pour you a dram. Another show-stopping stop is Ezra Pound Bar on Northbridge's Williams Lane. This intimate haunt with exposed-brick walls & a 1920s aesthetic serves up splendid cocktails & craft beer. Born out of a desire to recreate the small bars of Melbourne, lurking down darkened laneways, there's a very heavy nod towards the speakeasies of the prohibition era thrown in to complement its secluded setting. Open since 2009, it is one of Perth's oldest small-bars and a perennial locals' favourite. Whistle up a Negroni at this cultural institution – it would have to be the best I've ever had. Tucked below the verdant oasis of King's Park, make a lunch date with Cooee Perth, a ritzy riverfront venue, housed in the old Swan Brewery. After savouring a delicious chicken terrine, I succumbed to the most marvellous Toffee Pudding. Some startlingly ambitious regeneration projects have defined the heart of Perth. None more so than the Elizabeth Quay waterfront development, reawakening and accentuating the city's focus on the iconic Swan River. Think Sydney's Darling Harbour and you'll get a feel for how transformative this project has been. Spanning nearly 10 hectares of blue-ribbon riverfront land, the multi-billion dollar project boasts a split level promenade wrapped around an inlet, lively new public spaces including the nautical playground, walking trails, retail and hospitality offerings and exciting new entertainment venues. Ritz-Carlton Perth takes pride of place, perched over the glittery new horseshoe-shaped Elizabeth Quay waterfront precinct. From the pink-hued exterior glass symbolising Western Australia's pink Argyle diamonds to the 10,000 blocks of Kimberley sandstone that define the walls of the radiant lobby, in addition to the rich polished timbered interiors, this splendid new high-end hotel is a triumph of craftsmanship. My spacious king room, with its sweeping floor to ceiling windows, afforded panoramic views across to the Swan River and the new city landmark, Swan Bells, a set of 18 bells suspended inside a specially built 82-metre-high copper and glass campanile. My enormously sized bathroom was loaded with luxurious accoutrements, from the half egg-shaped bathtub, to the Frette bathrobes and exclusive Asprey of London toiletries. Perth's credentials as a culinary capital are on full display at the on-site signature restaurant, Hearth. For the five-star experience, dive into the Taste of Hearth degustation menu with expert pairings of exemplary West Australian wines to complement the state's magnificent produce. From the gorgeous infinity pool and bar overlooking Elizabeth Quay to the sumptuous spa with Balinese overtones, Ritz-Carlton Perth is the complete five-star package, underpinned by polished, outgoing and welcoming staff service. www.ritzcarlton.com/perth I crossed the Swan River to Birdswood to meet up with Nick Abraham from Warrang-Bridil, who offers a fascinating indigenous walking tour that seeks to ‘close the gap' on knowledge and understanding of the Nyoongar people's vast heritage. Translated from Nyoongar language, Warrang-Bridil means “enlighten to acknowledge.” Soothingly, soulfully charismatic, Nick was eager to disarm my fellow guests that his tour “isn't about blame and shame.” Rather, over the course of the following hour we gleaned so many indelible insights about the Nyoongar, their relationship with the land and river, the immense challenges they have faced and the renaissance in indigenous culture and understanding, in these parts. As we strolled the shores of the gleaming Derbal Yerrigan (Swan River), Nick's easy patter spilled forth with so many illuminating anecdotes. I was struck by his insights on the revered rainbow serpent and how a shocked family member supposedly saw one, just days before their grandfather lost his life in the exact same spot of the river. Backdropped by the striking beauty of Optus Stadium, Nick imparted his commanding knowledge on how Nyoongar cultural influence has been deeply threaded into the stadium's design (which resembles a giant swan nest) and the equally eye-grabbing Matagarup Bridge. Open just four years and connecting the stadium to East Perth, the striking design of flowing steel arches represents a pair of black and white swans, the coming together of diverse cultures, while also resembling the deified rainbow serpent, steeped in Nyoongar culture. You can climb to the top of the bridge, taking in the sparkling vista 72 metres above the water, before zip-lining your way down! Nick's tour concluded with a spiritual smoking ceremony, whereby your negative energy is banished by the burning fire, allowing positive energy to take fly. The aromatic experience of those burning eucalyptus leaves is quite profound. Nick joked that he's frequently asked to smoke visiting sports teams, and after smoking Collingwood recently, they've been on a winning blitz in the AFL! There's no better way to enrich a trip to Perth, than to take a tour with Nick. https://www.warrang-bridil.com.au/ Air New Zealand has daily direct flights between Auckland and Perth. If you want to lie flat and get some rest in Economy, the Skycouch is the way to go, especially if you're travelling with the family. Sit, spread out, or lie down and snooze. Share the space with a partner or children, or keep it all for yourself. Bag a fare and seat to suit at www.airnewzealand.co.nz To maximise the magic of a getaway in WA, the official tourism website is packed with constantly updated guidance and inspiration. Have a golden time out west. www.westernaustralia.com Mike Yardley is our resident traveller on Jack Tame Saturday Mornings.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Galactic Grill (previously called tomorrowland Terrace before Disney needed to star wars everything) is a counter service restaurant with a stage where things and people perform (not "No Doubt") Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe is a counter service restaurant in tomorrowland with a stage where an animatronic named Sonny Eclipse performs with his spirit backup singers from Yew Nork City. You read that right. Listen to Dan and Erik explore the history of each and why condiment bars are legit and all the other things you can eat in painstaking detail. Image courtesy of www.disnerland.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us as we talk about our recent dinner at Topolino's Terrace at Disney's Riviera Resort! Consider supporting ResortLoop.com! You can find our Patreon here! Thank you for downloading and listening to ResortLoop.com - The Gateway to the Magic! Rooftop Dining?! Please stand clear of the doors! To receive your free vacation quote visit us at Resort Loop Travel! Help support our friends at The NASCAR Foundation! To help support the show, visit ResortLoop.com/support! Check out our LooperGear at TeePublic! Thank you for downloading Episode 844 of ResortLoop.com!
The study of ancient Egypt flourished in the late 1880s as archaeologists and historians sought to study the artifacts and tombs left behind. These early Egyptologists gathered in hotels to discuss what they found, creating “small, ephemeral communities,” writes Missouri University of Science and Technology history professor Kate Sheppard, who discusses her research and new book, “Tea on the Terrace.”
Episode 132 - 3 Disney Restaurants To Try! 3 Disney Restaurants To Try! Hey everyone, I'm Mike, she's Sophie, that's Brenda, and and he's Grogu, and we're On the Road with Mickey! This is episode 132 for August 1, 2022, and today our feature topic is 3 Disney Restaurants To Try! Grab your favorite beverage, sit back, and relax, and tell us in the comments below what you think! Here's the rundown of what we talked about: Cheddar from the Big CheeseMike: Last Wednesday, July 27th, MagicBand+ debuted at Walt Disney World. The latest version of the popular wearable technology still does all that you are used to doing, but it also includes such new features as interactions with the Disney Fab 50 statues and more! Sophie: Last Tuesday the 26th was the 70th (or is it 71st) Anniversary of the release of Alice in Wonderland. To commemorate the anniversary, Disney Artist and Historian Stacia Martin wrote a post on the Disney Parks Blog, along with an accompanying YouTube video, showing how to draw the Cheshire Cat.Brenda: Late this summer, the Boardwalk Deli will open up at the location that used to be the Boardwalk Bakery. Featuring authentic delicatessen sandwiches, it will also have a lot of sweets to enjoy as well. No official opening date has been announced, but if you look at the calendar for the restaurant it shows operating hours starting on August 15. Also, it'll be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.Connect with us! Here's how: Facebook: https://facebook.ontheroadwithmickey.comFacebook Group: https://facebookgroup.ontheroadwithmickey.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OntheRoadwithMickeyInstagram: On the Road with MickeyEmail: email@example.comFeature Topic: 3 Disney Restaurants To Try!Sophie: 1) Space 2202) Mama Melrose's3) Rose & CrownBrenda: 1) Victoria & Albert's Chef Table Experience2) Steakhouse 71 - dinner3) Topolino's Terrace - dinnerMike: 1) Le Cellier2) California Grill3) Coral ReefListener Feedback:We asked in our Facebook Group for what others were looking to try as well, and here's the responses:Chris from Billy's Closet of Magic said he wants to eat at Cinderella's Royal Table, Chef Mickey's, and California Grill.Chrissy from BCOM wants to eat at Topolino's Terrace, Victoria & Albert's Chef Table Experience, Nine Dragons, and Morimoto.Cindy wants to eat at The Rose & Crown, The Luau at the Poly, and Le Cellier.Jennifer wants to eat at Boma, Olivia's, and Chefs de France.John wants to eat at Victoria & Albert, Akershus, and Big River GrillePam wants to eat at Chef Art Smith's Homecoming, Space 220, and Shula's SteakhouseLastly, Sheila wants to eat at Victoria & Albert, Bull & Bear at the Waldorf Astoria, and 3 Bridges.This Day in Disney History for August 1:1933: Birth of Dom DeLuiseDisney Who's Who CharacterDopey from Snow White & The Seven DwarfsA little bit of Walt“Most of my life I have done what I wanted to do. I have had fun on the job. I have never been able to confine that fun to office hours.” - Walt DisneyComing Next Week: An update on our 22 things for 2022 list Watch us on YouTube!
The first show of the 2013/14 season and a new era for The Terrace as Craig G Telfer joins the show for the first time. He makes up a foursome alongside Tony, Fowler and Joel to talk league reconstruction, the mess that is Hearts, Scotland's heroes and Scotland's shame in Europe, the Ramsdens Cup and the best players to stick around Scotland even after the bulk of the summer transfer activity. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A corrective to the mushy thinking often offered about animal capabilities. The written version of this review can be found here. We strongly encourage, in these days of censorship and deplatforming, all readers to bookmark our main site (https://www.theworthyhouse.com). You can also subscribe for email notifications. The Worthy House does not solicit donations or other support, or have ads.
We open the vault again to bring you a classic Terrace episode from the past. End-of-season award episodes are normally fan favourites, but we did things a little differently back then. The "bad" awards (worst signing, most disappointing team etc) had already been discussed on the previous show, but have no fear because there's the sound of Tony Anderson reflecting on Hibs' relegation from the top-flight at the hands of Hamilton Accies as the angry Hibee is joined by Craig Fowler, Craig Anderson and host Craig Telfer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today we are headed up to Massachusetts to speak with Listener Peg about her adults-only trip with her sisters to Disney's Polynesian Village Resort last December! We discuss how she has been visiting Walt Disney World since the 70's and how it is a part of her family at this point. We also discuss this trip originally being scheduled for 2020, but had to get delayed a year due to COVID. We compare this trip to her usual visits in August and talk about great dining at Space 220, Topolino's Terrace, the Boathouse, and more! We hope you enjoy today's podcast! Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com. Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Become a Patron of the show at www.Patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast. Also, please follow the show on Twitter @BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast. Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!
Rikki and Mike are here again today answering more of your Listener Questions! We start the show with a fun discussion as to why we think Soarin' Over California is superior to Soarin' Over the World (and it has to do with your seat!), then we talk about a nice 21st birthday celebration either at Topolino's Terrace or a dessert party at the Magic Kingdom, getting a spot at Three Bridges on your arrival day, Pop Century vs. Art of Animation, and much more! We hope you enjoy today's show! Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com. Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Become a Patron of the show at www.Patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast. Also, please follow the show on Twitter @BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast. Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!