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Mature Content Warning! Hurinfan, Ashaman, JasnahAsABoy, and BefuddledPanda come together again to chat Midnight Tides (Malazan #5) from chapter 20 through Epilogue. Music: Galactic Damages by Jingle Punks Consider joining us on Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/thelegendarium/ And Discord https://discord.gg/FNcpuuA Twitter: @GreenteamPod
We hear the #1 song in our Top 5 Favorite Songs Of The Beach Boys Countdown as voted on by YOU! It was a tight race and over 50 songs were submitted as your favorites. We also hear a deep track by The Beach Boys from Beth Riley in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break and a tune from their latest Feel Flows boxset later on the show as well. We've got a trio of tunes from artists/bands with a color in their name (Junior Brown, The Green Reflectors and Blue Stingrays) as well as rockers from Surfer Joe, Los Twang Marvels, Greg Townson, The Surfaris, Jason Lee & The R.I.P.Tides, Shoot The Pier, The Explorers Club, Jason Janik, Slacktone, The Rip Chords and Blackball Bandits!! Intro music bed: "Catch A Wave"- The Beach Boys Jason Janik- "Light'em Up" The Explorers Club- "Say You Will" Blackball Bandits- "Night Rider" The Rip Chords- "Surfin' Craze" *Spongebob snippet Greg Townson- "Aztec" (feat. Yolanda Marvel) "Color" theme artist/band: Blue Stingrays- "Green Sea" Junior Brown- "Rock-A-Hula Baby" The Green Reflectors- "Crypt Kicker" Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break: The Beach Boys- "Pitter Patter" Follow "Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break" HERE Slacktone- "Blast Bolero" Surfer Joe- "Coil Burner" Jason Lee & The R.I.P.Tides- "Pain Killer" Shoot The Pier- "Hallucinations" Top 5 countdown of YOUR favorite songs by The Beach Boys: #1 The Beach Boys- "Wouldn't It Be Nice" Jammin' James Jukebox selection of the week: Legendary Masked Surfers- "Gonna Hustle You" Los Twang Marvels- "Guitars In Orbit" The Beach Boys- "Seasons In The Sun" Outro Music Bed: Eddie Angel- "Deuces Wild"
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Grammy® Award Winner and US Billboard #1 artist, Ricky Kej joins Sister Jenna to discuss his new album, Divine Tides, in collaboration with the legendary Stewart Copeland, a 5 time Grammy Winner who rose to prominence as the drummer of the English rock band “The Police.” Ricky Kej is an internationally renowned Indian Music Composer and Environmentalist and GQ Hero 2020. He has performed at prestigious venues in over 30 countries, including at the United Nations Headquarters in New York and Geneva and won more than 100 music awards in over 20 countries. Ricky has been Awarded "United Nations Global Humanitarian Artist" and is also the “Youth Icon of India". He has been named as one of the 100 Real Leaders who 'Inspire the Future'. Ricky is the UNESCO “Global Ambassador for Kindness”, UNCCD “Land Ambassador”, and UNICEF “Celebrity Supporter” and Ambassador for “Earth Day Network.” Visit www.RickyKej.com & www.DivineTidesMusic.com. Listen to the Om Shanti album by Sister Jenna on Spotify. Visit www.americameditating.org and subscribe to our YouTube page at www.YouTube.com/AmericaMeditating.
We know Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg, but there are powerful tycoons in your hometown, too – and they've also got a lot of political influence. Patrick Wyman, host of the Tides of History podcast, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the more salt-of-the-earth millionaires – whose wealth is derived from familial assets and low-wage workers – and the power they have over their local communities. His article, published in The Atlantic, is called “American Gentry.”
Singer, Songwriter and novelist Kathryn Williams goes head to head with writer and friend, Rosa Rankin-Gee, in a war of the words. As well as discussing their novels "The Ormering Tide" and "Dreamland" - they talk about songwriting, water, the positives of lockdown, zombies, castles, writing and what they have enjoyed reading recently.In the Book Off, Dodie Smith's "I Capture The Castle" is pitted against "World War Z" by Max Brooks, but which one will win... ? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today's special roundtable discussion episode of Danger Close was recorded at Thunder Ranch in May of 2020 with Jack in conversation with best-selling author of Gates of Fire, Steven Pressfield, and Thunder Ranch founder Clint Smith. They examine what sets America apart from our adversaries, the importance of preparedness, modern virtues, and a lot more. About Clint Smith: Clint is the President and Director of Thunder Ranch, a 900-acre ranch in Southern Oregon that he operates with his wife Heidi. It is one of the world's most highly acclaimed firearm training facilities. Clint is a Marine Corps veteran who served two tours in Vietnam. After being shot in combat, Clint returned and began a decade in law enforcement before becoming the operations officer at API, later Gunsite, under LtCol Jeff Cooper. He then started his own training company and did a stint with the H&K training division before founding the legendary Thunder Ranch. He's also the author of the books Urban Rifle: 45 Years of Teaching and Training and Urban Rifle 2: Close Combat Conflict Resolution. About Steven Pressfield: Steven Pressfield is a bestselling author, Hollywood screenwriter and Marine Corps veteran. He's penned several bestselling novels including The Legend of Bagger Vance, Gates of Fire, Tides of War, The Virtues of War, The Afghan Campaign, and his latest, A Man at Arms, about the solitary mercenary Telamon of Arcadia. Steven has also written numerous non-fiction books including The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles, The Lion's Gate: On the Front Lines of the Six Day War, The Artist's Journey: The Wake of the Hero's Journey and the Lifelong Pursuit of Meaning, and others. Presented by SIG Sauer.
For episode 14 of our bonus series, “Why NC Broadband Matters,” we're joined by Amy Huffman, Policy Director at National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) and Christa Vinson, Program Officer of Rural Broadband and Infrastructure at Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), to talk about the state of digital inclusion across the country. Vinson updates us on … Continue reading "Tides Are Turning With Digital Inclusion – Bonus Episode 14 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast"
Mature Content Warning! Hurinfan, Ashaman, JasnahAsABoy, and BefuddledPanda come together again to chat Midnight Tides (Malazan #5) from chapter 12 through 19. Music: Galactic Damages by Jingle Punks Consider joining us on Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/thelegendarium/ And Discord https://discord.gg/FNcpuuA
The movement of waves, tides, and currents in the ocean carry enormous amounts of energy that in principle could be harnessed and converted into electricity to help power our homes, buildings, and cities. Oceans cover nearly three-quarters of our planet, and the most populated areas of the world are located near oceans. Ocean energy technologies […]
History is not a single continuum. There are certain stretches in which momentous change occurs in a very compact timeframe. The forty-year period between 1490 and 1530 is one of these bursts of revolutionary change. In The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that Shook the World, Patrick Wyman, a historian and the host of the popular podcast Tides of History, argues that the turn of the 16th century was a momentous moment in history when Europe began to break off from the rest of the world and “became recognizably the global power,” ushering in the era of imperialism and colonialism – “the central problem of world history in the last 500 years.” Rather than studying the centuries-long process that brought us into the modern era, Wyman looks at a particularly eventful period which began this “Great Divergence.” Europe at the turn of the 16th century featured the invention of the printing press, great sea voyages, the rise of modern finance, extreme taxation, among other revolutionary developments. Of these, Wyman argues, the printing press – which allowed for the creation of mass media – is the single most important of these developments. Indeed, Colombus' voyages were “a media event as much as they were a historical event. The two aren't really separable.” The period of 1490-1530 is especially notable for what Wyman describes as the “scaling effect.” While in the 21st century it seems almost obvious that a revolutionary invention would lead to rapid and massive scaling up. But at the turn of the 16th century, the rapidity of the scaling effect of everything from mass media to sea voyages “scaled in a way that would have been extremely foreign at this time.” The Verge also tells its story through individuals which Wyman links with a broader theme. Famous figures such as Christopher Colombus and Martin Luther feature, as do lesser-known individuals such as the banker Jakob Fugger and printer Aldus Manutius. Wyman delves into an extraordinarily important period of European history that shaped our globalized present from multiple angles and refreshing nuance.
Jonathan White is a writer, surfer, sailor and educator. His work has been published in Orion, The Sun, Fine Homebuilding, and Natural History. His first book, Talking on the Water, (Sierra Club, 1993), explores creativity and the natural world. It grew out of "Seminars Afloat" with writers Gretel Ehrlich, Ursula Le Guin, and Peter Matthiessen, along with other visionaries, activists and artists, such as poet Gary Snyder, whale biologist Roger Payne, and Gaia hypothesis co-founder Lynn Margulis.His most recent book, Tides, The Science and Spirit of the Ocean, (Trinity University Press, 2017), takes the reader around the world to where the tide is most dramatically at play. He goes to the arctic, Panama, Chile, Europe, China, and Alaska, among other far corners, to explore the cultural and scientific stories of the tide. “White goes deep beneath the surface with the grace of a poet,” writes Susan Casey, author of The Wave. “Be prepared for some serious magic when you read these pages.”Dan and Jonathan discuss:Building a sloop and sailing it offshore in the Atlantic. Surviving a hurricane. Working with innovative theatre director and theorist, Jerzy Grotowski. Founding the “Seminars Afloat” on the schooner Crusader. Aground in Kalinin Bay north of Sitka. Saving the boat, and returning Crusader to ship shape in three days. Beginning research for Tides. Discussing the science, complexity, and intrigue of tidal forces. Stories from visiting the most dramatic tides. His current project in the Sea of Cortez, retracing the 1940 voyage of Ed Ricketts and John Steinbeck, from which came The Log from the Sea of Cortez.
Beautiful Day's Elizabeth Freund curated this week's MD Podcast with Ringo Starr on a private Zoom press conference to announce Ringo Starr Change The World, a new EP to be released on September 24, 2021. The 4 tracks were all recorded at Starr's Roccabella West studio and features frequent and new collaborators. Ringo comments, "I only want to release EPs at this point and here is the next one. What a blessing it's been during this past year to have a studio here at home and be able to collaborate with so many great musicians.” The lead single "Let's Change The World" was written by Joseph Williams and Steve Lukather of Toto. "Just That Way" was written and performed by Ringo and his longtime engineer Bruce Sugar, and it carries on the reggae vibe from his last EP, Zoom In's "Waiting for the Tides to Turn" with Tony Chen returning on guitar, joined by Fully Fullwood on Bass and Ed Roth on Hammond B3. "Coming Undone" is Starr's first collaboration with songwriter/producer Linda Perry, who wrote and plays on the track that also featuring Trombone Shorty. For the final number, Ringo rocks his own version of "Rock Around The Clock" revved up by the unmistakable licks of Joe Walsh on guitar. They are joined by Nathan East on Upright Bass, Bruce Sugar on Piano and Amy Keys and Windy Wagner on Backing Vocals. Besides the EP, Ringo also talks about the upcoming much anticipated six hour “Get Back” film coming November 2021. Enjoy!
Trying something new with the podcast, if you have a question that you'd like to ask Eric or a topic for him and his cohosts to discuss send them to Eric at email@example.com and he'll answer/discuss it on a future episode. Follow Eric on Instagram and Twitter, plus check out some of his latest articles at Culturemap.com, such as: Mega List of 40-Plus Restaurants and Bars Opening in Houston This Fall New Tulum-Inspired Patio Lounge Shines in Heights Mixed-Use Development Beloved Museum District Restaurant's Charitable Works Score National Award from Bon Appetit Rumor No More: Top Chef Selects Houston for New Season Drake Approved Hot Chicken Restaurant Sets Opening Date for First Houston Location Downtown's Newest Steakhouse Sizzles with Announcement of Seasoned Head Chef Heights Restaurant Dishes on Social Media Outrage Over New Ice Cream Hot Chicken Sandwich
Patrick Wyman (@Patrick_Wyman) of the Tides of History podcast joins Milo (@milo_edwards) and Phoebe (@prhroy) to talk about why George Costanza is right about the most hallowed law of city living - parking space etiquette... Bonus episodes on Patreon from $3 per month here: https://www.patreon.com/mastersofpod Follow us on twitter @mastersofpod!
Today's show is a discussion and review of the German-Swiss science fiction thriller “The Colony” also known as “Tides”. We recommended this film in our Friday Picks Post on August 27th on our social media platforms, twitter, instagram, facebook. The mash ups of familiar themes from other great Sci-Fi films like Elysium, Oblivion, Mad Max, Waterworld, Children of Men, and the interplanetary culture clash of Human needs, meld together to create a fresh take in a new Sci-Fi story.Join Kenny and Del for a full discussion and breakdown. The Brothers will dive into pre-production, film performance, writing, direction, acting, scenes, and more. We hope our discussion will not only entertain you, but will also spark your interest in this film. Thanks for listening and feel free to hit us up on any of our social media platforms! https://linktr.ee/BiAPodcast Post Script Interview of writer/director Tim Fehlbaum is by Screen Rant:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYEp6KXfFdcTheme song "Loli'ana" written and performed by award-winning musician Kamuela Kahoano. Listen to more of Kamuela's music on iTunes and https://kamuelamusic.com/. Also, "Loli'ana" performed live at The Ko'olau Banquet Hall can be seen here https://youtu.be/YDJ1NNJgEiA Thanks for listening! Don't forget our next bi-weekly Pod and keep an eye out for our specials, series, request line, and news episodes! And please subscribe and review!
The Dark Ages, Late Antiquity, the late Roman . . . however you define the years spanning the fall of Rome, the period is rich in stories, real or reimagined. In this episode Dr Andy Merrills, Associate Professor of Ancient History, joins the Slightly Foxed team to cast light on the surviving literature. We begin with Edward Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire before delving into 4th-century accounts by the Latin historian Ammianus Marcellinus, a spiritual autobiography by Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, ecclesiastical chronicles by the Venerable Bede, Gallic tales of Christian miracles and relic-looting with Gregory of Tours and an alternative look at the period with the modern-day master of Late Antiquity, Peter Brown. From there we venture into fiction with Rosemary Sutcliff's adventures inspired by archaeological finds and a retelling of the old British folk ballad ‘The Twa Sisters' in Lucy Holland's Sistersong, as well as Gore Vidal's Julian and Kazuo Ishiguro's The Buried Giant. We swap tales from Icelandic sagas and set sail on a tenth-century Viking long ship with Frans G. Bengtsson before heading beyond Hadrian's Wall for a glimpse of the Lindisfarne Gospels on Holy Island and a hunt for second-hand gems at Barter Books in a converted Victorian railway station in Northumberland. And there's more historical fiction to be found in further reading recommendations too, as we plunge into the seventeenth-century Essex witch trials with poet A. K. Blakemore's novel The Manningtree Witches and follow the fortunes of a group of friends in wartime Europe in Olivia Manning's classic Balkan Trilogy. (Episode duration: 42 minutes; 49 seconds ) Books Mentioned We may be able to get hold of second-hand copies of the out-of-print titles listed below. Please get in touch with Jess in the Slightly Foxed office for more information. A Countryman's Winter Notebook, Adrian Bell (1:02) Letters to Michael: a father writes to his son 1945–1947, Charles Phillipson (1:12) The Rosemary Sutcliff Novels, Slightly Foxed Cubs. The final two in the series, The Shield Ring and Sword Song, are now available (2:00) The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Edward Gibbon (4:18) The Later Roman Empire, Ammianus Marcellinus (9:30) The History of the Franks, Gregory of Tours (10:41) Confessions, Saint Augustine (13:54) The City of God, Saint Augustine is out of print (14:46) Ecclesiastical History of the English People, Bede (15:34) The World of Late Antiquity, Peter Brown (17:34) Julian, Gore Vidal (22:14) The Dream of Scipio, Iain Pears (22:54) The Buried Giant, Kazuo Ishiguro (23:38) Dawn Wind, Rosemary Sutcliff (25:06) The Long Ships, Frans G. Bengtsson (26:08) Beowulf: A New Translation, Maria Dahvana Headley (27:13) Sistersong, Lucy Holland (27:30) Le Morte Darthur, Thomas Malory (30:53) The Last Kingdom, Bernard Cornwell (32:11) The Manningtree Witches, A. K. Blakemore (38:17) The Balkan Trilogy, Olivia Manning (40:47) Related Slightly Foxed Articles Scaling Gibbon's Everest, Richard Crockatt on Edward Gibbon, The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Issue 68 (8:17) A Frank Look at History, Andy Merrills on Gregory of Tours, The History of the Franks, Issue 65 (12:48) Last of the Pagans, Patrick Welland on Gore Vidal, Julian, Issue 45 (22:50) The Sound of Chariots, Sue Gaisford on the Roman Britain novels of Rosemary Sutcliff, Issue 63 Light in the Dark Ages, Sue Gaisford on Rosemary Sutcliff, Dawn Wind, Issue 69 Magical Talisman, Sue Gaisford on Rosemary Sutcliff, Sword Song & The Shield Ring, Issue 71 Adrift on the Tides of War, Patrick Welland on Olivia Manning's Balkan trilogy, Issue 63 (40:47) Other Links Listen to Episode 18 of the Slightly Foxed Podcast: An Odyssey Through the Classics (0:20) Barter Books, Alnwick (36:12) Opening music: Preludio from Violin Partita No.3 in E Major by Bach The Slightly Foxed Podcast is hosted by Philippa Lamb and produced by Podcastable
In this episode, I am joined today by Dale Williams where we'll talk about tackling the Unalga tide race, one of the fiercest tide races in Alaska's Aleutian Island chain. Learn: Akutan Island Fox Island Passes (including Unalga Pass) Connect: Sea Kayak USA
Liz Johnson returns to the Canadian coast in Beyond the Tides, book 1 in the Prince Edward Island Shores series. This heartwarming series is about family, forgiveness and the kind of love that heals all wounds.
We're breaking convention on ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange' this week as Sarah steps aside from hosting duties - Arthur is joined by a fellow Perch Hill resident, Sarah's other half, and thoroughly accomplished writer, Adam Nicolson. In a conversation ranging from profound environmental issues to more absurd incidents like the ‘big sheep crisis', this episode is equal parts hilarious and inspiring to those of us looking to build a world of wondrous sea life. Adam describes life on Perch Hill, fascinating facts about the inhabitants of rock pools, and how we can help bring biodiversity back to our shores - all with the same passionate and eclectic vernacular that you'll find in his latest book: ‘The Sea Is Not Made of Water: Life Between the Tides'.In this episode, discover:Fascinating stories from the early days of Perch HillMarvellous creatures that can be found in rock poolsHow we can help nurture sealife with your very own rock poolsThe peculiar story behind Sarah & Arthur's ‘Big Sheep Crisis'View all products mentioned and find further advice from Sarah: https://bit.ly/3f2DFiHOrder Sarah's new book: https://bit.ly/2TWHJczOrder Arthur's new book: https://bit.ly/3xOov7HShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeuGet in touch: firstname.lastname@example.orgOrder Adam's book - ‘The Sea Is Not Made of Water: Life Between the Tides': https://www.amazon.co.uk/sea-not-made-water-Between/dp/000829478XFollow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
Mature Content Warning! Hurinfan, Ashaman, JasnahAsABoy, and BefuddledPanda gather to chat about Midnight Tides (Malazan #5) from chapter 6 thru chapter 11. Music: Galactic Damages by Jingle Punks Consider joining us on Reddit and Discord; https://www.reddit.com/r/thelegendarium/ https://discord.gg/FNcpuuA Twitter: @GreenTeamPod
Sarah Levin is the founder of Secular Strategies. She is also a lobbyist and coalition builder. Sarah has made it her life's work to fight for legislation protecting secular points of view. Gerardo (Gee) Matamoros is a SMART Regional Coordinator, president of the SMART NYC Board, and self-described newfound activist. He is impacting his community through his passion and dedication to ensuring SMART is an option for everyone in recovery. In this podcast, they talk about: Sarah growing up in a political family that loved to talk about religion and politics at the kitchen table Sarah being introduced to SMART when she worked for the Secular Coalition for America Being the engine of the secular movement Gee grew up in different countries and came to the US for college Gee's stint with “naughty” substances and finding SMART What brought Sarah and Gee together Advocating for separation of church and state and evidence-based policy Explaining to law makers why Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) should be supported in recovery Ending the stigma of addiction for people in recovery The First Amendment cases that protect choice in recovery pathways Shifting the burden to the courts to ensure secular recovery options are given to people Gee's outreach and awareness efforts in NYC Newfound energy in rallying people to get involved in SMART's legislative changes Why it's important to learn the ecosystem of decision makers in your community and make SMART known Telling your story because your voice matters to lawmakers at all levels
I hope you're hungry, Bookworms – this episode is going to give you the munchies. Today's guest Nikki Furrer is the author of “A Woman's Guide to Cannabis.” She is also a cannabis lawyer, yoga teacher, and cannabis product developer. Nikki joined me today to talk about bookstores and cookbooks, learning to cook well instead of simply following a recipe, and the joys of a just little bit too much salt. Support the Best Book Ever Podcast on Patreon Follow the Best Book Ever Podcast on Instagram or on the Best Book Ever Website Host: Julie Strauss Website/Instagram Guest: Nikki Furrer Website/Instagram/Bend and Blaze Yoga Do you know a young person who'd like to appear on the 2nd Annual Kids/YA Gift Guide Episode? GO HERE! Discussed in this episode: Salt Fat Acid Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking by Samin Nosrat A Woman's Guide to Cannabis: Using Marijuana to Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep Better, and Get High Like a Lady by Nikki Furrer A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life by Ayelet Waldman Yoga Nidra The Colombia Publishing Course Tana French Gillian Flynn Where'd You Go, Bernadette? By Maria Semple Salt Fat Acid Heat Netflix Show Crossroads by Jonathan Franzen Nancy Pearl Freedom by Jonathan Franzen Alice Waters Cookbooks (they're all brilliant) We Are What We Eat: A Slow Food Manifesto The Art of Simple Food: Notes, Lessons, and Recipes from a Delicious Revolution The Art of Simple Food II: Recipes, Flavor, and Inspiration from the New Kitchen Garden Chez Pannisse Cooking Chez Panisse Menu Cookbook My Pantry: Homemade Ingredients That Make Simple Meals Your Own The Pat Conroy Cookbook: Recipes and Stories of My Life The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy (Note: Some of the above links are affiliate links, meaning I get a few bucks off your purchase at no extra expense to you. Anytime you shop for books, you can use my affiliate link on Bookshop, which also supports Indie Bookstores around the country. If you're shopping for everything else – clothes, office supplies, gluten-free pasta, couches – you can use my affiliate link for Amazon. Thank you for helping to keep the Best Book Ever Podcast in business!)
Featuring a full length featured tale from Nick Carlson about submerged skins. To watch the podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/ChillingEntertainmentYT Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: http://bit.ly/ChillingTalesPod If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be amazing! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/ChillingTalesPod Produced by Leo Melo Music by NMC Music Creative Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome in our newest sponsor for Coach's Corner, The Conklin Team, Proudly Supporting Highclimber Football. Call Jef, Andy or Krisy at 360-426-4401 for another great team. Shelton Highclimbers take on the Gig Harbor Tides for week 1 after the Mason County Cup was cancelled this week due to COVID protocols at North Mason. The Tides came to Highclimber Stadium in the 2019-2020 season.....but that was a loooooong time ago! Catch the game on Jack Stark Field this Friday. Also airing on Mason Web TV.
You've probably seen ocean tides making the seas rise and fall, but solid land has tides, too. Learn more in this classic episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/earth/geology/rising-rock-earths-crust-has-its-own-tides.htm Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
April 1917 reminds us sometimes foreign affairs DO matter in domestic politics. --- The H2W related podcast appearances I mentioned: Based on a True Story with Dan LeFebvre. Great chat about Lafayette in film and TV. KPFA's Letters and Politics with Mitch Jeserich. This one is a video! Tides of History with Patrick Wyman. More of me and Patrick being me and Patrick. So good, informative, and fun. My History Can Beat Up Your Politics One of the O.G. podcasts. Since 2006!
As part of our continuing series of encore episodes celebrating The Journal at 21, we encore a 2014 episode with the late novelist Pat Conroy, author of The Water is Wide, The Great Santini, The Prince of Tides, and The Death of Santini. Conroy joins Walter Edgar for an event celebrating the author's life; his work; and One Book, One Columbia's 2014 selection, My Reading Life (Nan A. Talese, 2010). The conversation was recorded before an audience of over 2000, at Columbia's Township Auditorium, on the evening of February 27.
Dom Giordano, WPHT host and former teacher, has dedicated much of his daily show toward parents who are taking it into their own hands to push back against school boards that have a negative impact on their children. This has culminated in a weekly podcast on education, Readin', Writin', and Reason, which has allowed wonderful relationships to develop between Giordano, educators, and parents throughout the country who are speaking out against overbearing school boards. This week, Dom spends time speaking with those in the know, people who have experienced much of what we're seeing first-hand before, and have fought back in their own ways. To get us started, Dom chronologically recounts a situation that has unfolded locally to the home base of Readin' Writin' Reason, 1210WPHT in Philadelphia, in Bucks County. Health Director David Damsker, a friend of the podcast, has long been a beacon of light for parents and citizens who would like to see their county remain open. While other counties have been overbearing in their Coronavirus edicts, Damsker and Bucks County have leaned heavily toward allowing business and schools to operate freely. This changed within the past week, with the Bucks County Health Department issuing new guidance urging schools to require masks indoors. Dom visits with Josh Hogan, a leader of a grassroots group supporting open businesses and schools called ReOpen Bucks, to take a deep dive into the changing of course by the Bucks County Health Department and their director, David Damsker. For more from ReOpen Bucks, head to reopenbuckscounty.com. Then, Josiah Enyart, a schoolteacher out in Kansas who faced a tough situation and saw an outpouring of support, joins Giordano to explain why he felt the need to quit his job. Enyart, an elementary school teacher from Shawnee, Kansas, left his position after taking issue with the infusion of political curricula such as Critical Race Theory, and overbearing mandates during the pandemic. After leaving, Enyart was given a $1,000 fine, and had a GoFundMe set up in his name by concerned parents and local citizens to help recoup the cost. Nobody would have expected the outpouring of support that he received, and Enyart joins Readin', Writin', and Reason to explain what he hopes to do with the donations he received, and explains why he felt the need to leave his post as a public educator. CLICK HERE to donate to Enyart's GoFundMe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With the summer holiday season in full swing for all the team (except Murray in Australia), we thought we'd discuss everyone's favourite fiction books, which feature ancient warfare. Subscribe to the magazine: https://www.karwansaraypublishers.com/ancient-warfare-magazine Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/ancientwarfarepodcast Books Mentioned:Banner, James M. The Ever-Changing Past Breem, Wallace. Eagle in the Snow Davis, Lindsay. The Falco Series https://www.lindseydavis.co.uk/publications/ Duggan, Alfred. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Duggan Cameron, Christian. The Tyrant Series https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Cameron Graves, Robert. I, Claudius Graves, Robert. Claudius the God Graves, Robert. Count Belisarius Harris, Robert. The Cicero Trilogy: Imperium Harris, Robert. The Cicero Trilogy: Lustrum Harris, Robert. The Cicero Trilogy: Dictator Haynes, Natalie. A Thousand Ships Haynes, Natalie. The Children of Jocasta https://nataliehaynes.com Holland, Tom. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Holland_(author) Homer. The Illiad Homer. The Odyssey Keegan, John. The Face of Battle McCullough, Colleen. The First Man in Rome https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colleen_McCullough Miller, Madeline. The Song of Achilles Moorhead, Sam. Stutard, David. The Romans who Shaped Britain Pressfield, Steven. Tides of War https://stevenpressfield.com Renault, Mary. The Alexander Trilogy: Fire from Heaven Renault, Mary. The Alexander Trilogy: The Persian Boy Renault, Mary. The Alexander Trilogy: Funeral Games Sidebottom, Harry. https://www.harrysidebottom.co.uk Sutcliff, Rosemary. Eagle of the Ninth Vidal, Gore. Julian Vidal, Gore. Creation Yourcenar, Marguerite. Memoirs of Hadrian
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I've been battling my demons lately in the process of writing my first book. Naturally, I've become obsessed with creatives who are familiar with hitting a wall during the creative process, or better yet, have conquered it. Bestselling author, Steven Pressfield, is one of those people. He's mastered resistance so much that it's framed many of his best works, including The War of Art, a book that guides you to get out of your own way. You probably have a Steven Pressfield book on your bookshelf (The Legend of Bagger Vance, Last of the Amazons, Gates of Fire, or Tides of War, for example). But did you know it took him 27 years to get his first book published? In this episode, we untangle the roots of the diabolical enemy – resistance. You know, that “thing” that pushes you to press the snooze button, so you don't get s***t done. We explore the subtle ways resistance rears its ugly head, and how we can fight against it and win to produce the work our higher self wants to birth into the world. If you're looking for the keys to unlock the mental cage you've locked yourself in, this conversation with a literary legend (20 books and counting!) is sure to get you on the roll again. 05:04 — “Kill your Darlings” - Breaking Down the Editing Process How a career in advertising and screenwriting helped shape his concise delivery Writing drafts and evolving your creative ideas The negative force stopping you from working 14:51 — Resistance as the Enemy Internal resistance, external resistance, unconscious resistance When resistance masquerades as a good intention Shadow elements of resistance (self-doubt/critical self-talk) Procrastination as the #1 form of resistance The inner victim voice trying to trip us up 27:16 — Shame as Creative Fuel Amateur vs pro attitude Failing at the finish line Resistance as ego 42:10 — Turning Pro Encountering adversity as a pro Character traits of the pro Getting your life in order Micro decisions for bigger outcomes Humility and dealing with rejection Turning yourself into a business (YOU inc.) 59:03 — The Role of the Muse? 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