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Seffay feff seffa hi! You may know Vic Berger best as one of the internet's funniest video editors, as one third of the Office Hours Live Holy Trinity, or as a member of Tim Heidecker's Very Good Band. But this mixtape has us convinced we need to add "ace music selector" to Berger's list of bonafides, alongside drop master, songwriter, and proud dog owner. Drawing from a wide range of psychedelia, sunshine pop, rock, Tropicália, jazz, and funk, Tunes Vic plays like a broadcast from an alternate dimension. Tracklist: Mister Rogers—A Place Of My Own/Tebot Piws—Mae Rhywun Wedi Dwyn Fy Nhrwyn/Donald Byrd—Lansana's Priestess/Dexter Wansel—Theme From The Planets/Montage—She's Alone/The Association—Funny Kind Of Song/The Moments—Lovely Way She Loves/The Radiants—Ain't No Big Thing/Hareton Salvanini—Quarto de Hotel/Erasmos Carlos—Sorriso Dela/Marcos Valle—Fogo de Sol/The Free Design—Don't Cry, Baby/NRBQ—Tragic Magic/Mike Post—Wouldn't It Be Nice/Foster Sylvers—Misdemeanor/Paul Kass—Introscan No. 2/Azymuth—Linha Do Horizonte/The Dells—Do What You Gotta Do Baby/Trevor Dandy—A Long JourneyCall us anytime at 1-877-WASTOIDS. More podcasts and videos at WASTOIDS.com | Follow us on Instagram and YouTube.
We continue our exploration into the world of controversy with the story behind Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer and the madness which ensued. Warning: May Contain Spoilers Created by: Cristo M. Sanchez Written by: Cristo M. Sanchez and Jason Nemor Harden Hosted by: Jason Nemor Harden Music by: Creature 9, Wood, Cristo M. Sanchez and Jason Nemor Harden Follow us on instagram and facebook for the latest updates and more!
Kyle and AC chat with Juan Guzman at Artisan Tropic Artisan Tropic is supporting regenerative agriculture with its chip products made from plantain and cassava. In this episode, we learn about the family origins of Artisan Tropic, the design and implementation process behind their regenerative transition, their plans for the future, and Juan's thoughts on scaling regenerative agriculture. Episode Highlights:
Drawing on traditional music, pop culture, kitsch, rock and modernist poetry to mention just a few of their sources of inspiration, the short-lived Tropicália movement in late 1960s Brazil was provocative and anti-authoritarian. Perhaps most importantly it represented a uniquely Brazilian aesthetic that could only have emerged from that country's specific culture and history. The movement's leading lights were eventually arrested by the military regime that governed Brazil at the time, and exiled to London. But Tropicália paved the way for other performers to demand artistic freedom. With the help of musical examples, Rajan Datar and guests will explore what made Tropicália so disruptive. Joining Rajan will be singer Mônica Vasçoncelos and guitarist Gui Tavares, social scientist Professor Liv Sovik from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, who's published widely on Tropicália, including a collection of essays entitled Tropicália Rex: Popular music and Brazilian culture; and David Treece, Emeritus professor of Portuguese at King's College, London, who's written extensively on Brazilian popular music, including the book Brazilian Jive: From Samba to Bossa and Rap. Produced by Fiona Clampin for the BBC World Service (Image: Gilberto Gil in The Unique Concert at The Reunion in France. Credit: IMAZ PRESS/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
Metrics that Measure Up - B2B SaaS Analytics
How does writing a 400-page novel lead to founding a SaaS Spend Management company? It was the start of David Campbell's journey which including breaking into B2B technology sales where he saw the challenges companies of all sizes have with buying technology.What is the definition of "SaaS Spend Management" according to David? David defines it as "spend management for the most important asset category in business today and tomorrow". Most companies are becoming software companies, and thus why SaaS spend management will become the top spend in most companies.Where investors focused primarily on revenue growth over the last few years, today the focus is now on efficiency and profitability, and as such "procurement and efficiency is the new Sales". A hot take, but a comment that is intentionally provocative to move the pendulum closing to an equal balance of revenue growth and profitability.Over the past 12 months, Tropic has grown over 3x, due to the outsized demand for "efficiency levels" beginning in 2022 and continuing into 2023. One of the trends David has seen, is that company CEOs and CFOs were so focused on revenue growth, that they were comfortable with outsourcing SaaS procurement management to a third party.There are three components to a successful SaaS Spend Management deployment:1. Identify SaaS products in use today and optimize current spend2. Deploy an infrastructure and process to increase visibility and control 3. Ensure the process uses automation to make the SaaS procurement process easier not more difficult for employeesMaking the process of buying a SaaS tool needs to continue to be decentralized and easy, but powered by a process and infrastructure that also centralizes control and visibility into the SaaS purchase and usage analytics.When should a company implement a SaaS Spend Management program? David suggests 100 employees is a good place to start. By implementing a solution early, the culture of a structured SaaS procurement process is much easier to scale as companies hit 500 and 1000 employees. Attempting to introduce a formal SaaS Spend Management below 50 employees is most likely to meet significant resistance..In today's evolving world, software is often either the number two or number three expense category after compensation and benefits. For companies in this category, introducing a SaaS spend program prior to a full fledge "procurement function" can provide early financial wins without needed to invest in a larger purchasing infrastructure and organization.SaaS spend management does often include a "managed buying service" and technology to automate SaaS purchasing while simulatenousy increasing ease of purchasing and control the on-going expense and risk of SaaS sprawl.Procurement Paradise is the primary goal of Tropic.ai and is a unique approach to gaining company wide adoption of a process targetted at providing greater control of the SaaS spend, while empowering every employee to purchase sofware that increased their job productivity within the approved framework and process of a well defined SaaS Spend Management program.If you are responsible or interested in controlling SaaS spend in your company, or a B2B SaaS sales professionals looking to sell into companies with a formal SaaS Spending Management program in place - this conversation with David Campbell provdies a good lens into procurement paradise.
Consagrado produtor da Tropicália, Manoel Barenbein revela em livro bastidores do movimento https://www.estadao.com.br/cultura/musica/consagrado-produtor-da-tropicalia-manoel-barenbein-revela-em-livro-bastidores-do-movimento/ O Produtor da Tropicáliahttps://open.spotify.com/show/7iuWdect0GfcC7TjeW6LYm Território Yanomami tem 28 mil indígenas e foi tomado por mais de 20 mil garimpeiros no governo Bolsonaro https://g1.globo.com/podcast/o-assunto/noticia/2023/01/24/territorio-yanomami-tem-28-mil-indigenas-e-foi-tomado-por-mais-de-20-mil-garimpeiros-no-governo-bolsonaro.ghtml GloboNews@GloboNews@gabeiracombr sobre crise humanitária Yanomami: Bolsonaro, através da sua política, têm uma culpa muito grande nessa história. Assista ao ... Read more
Em 2022, teatros, cinemas e festivais voltaram a funcionar a todo vapor, após dois anos sofrendo os impactos da pandemia de Covid-19. A crise do cinema, a morte do diretor francês Jean-Luc Godard e da cantora Gal Costa e os vários prêmios conquistados por cineastas brasileiros em festivais europeus estão entre os fatos que marcaram o mundo da cultura. O cinema foi a atividade cultural mais abalada pelo Covid-19. O setor começou a perder espaço para as plataformas digitais durante a pandemia e o movimento continuou em 2022, tanto que, pela primeira vez, o Oscar foi concedido a uma produção feita por um serviço de streaming. Mas o que realmente entrou para a história da comedida e ensaiada cerimônia não foi a premiação de "No ritmo do coração", da Apple TV+, na categoria Melhor Filme, mas o polêmico tapa na cara dado por Will Smith em Chris Rock, que fez uma brincadeira sobre a mulher do ator, Jada Pinkett Smith. Outra premiação americana de cinema que perdeu o brilho foi o Globo de Ouro. Sob acusação de corrupção, a festa foi boicotada. Ao invés do tapete vermelho repleto de celebridades sorrindo, a cerimônia descontraída que sempre marcou a premiação, promovida pela Associação de Correspondentes Estrangeiros em Hollywood, se reduziu a um evento fechado. Cinema brasileiro brilhou Já o cinema brasileiro não perdeu tempo, aproveitou a relativa volta ao normal, saiu das fronteiras e brilhou nos festivais europeus. Em Locarno, na Suíça, um dos mais importantes da Europa, o filme “Regra 34”, da cineasta Julia Murat, ganhou o prêmio principal, levando às telas o tema do prazer feminino. Outro brasileiro, Carlos Segundo, ficou com o prêmio de melhor curta-metragem autoral por "Big Bang", no mesmo festival. Já no Cinélatino de Toulouse, dedicado ao cinema latino-americano na França, foi a vez da cineasta Carolina Markowicz levar o Prêmio dos Distribuidores Europeus com o filme "Quando minha Vida". Na competição oficial, o primeiro longa-metragem do diretor pernambucano Fellipe Fernandes, "Rio Doce", recebeu o prêmio do Sindicato Francês da Crítica de Cinema. Também foi em Toulouse que Gabriel Martins lançou seu filme "Marte Um", que vai representar o Brasil no Oscar no ano que vem. O cineasta disse à RFI que via o longa como "uma carta de amor aos brasileiros". Ainda entre os brasileiros premiados em Toulouse, estão o curta "Fantasma Neon", do diretor Leonardo Martinelli, e o filme "Deus me Livre", de Carlos Henrique de Oliveira e Luis Ansorena Hervés. "Fogaréu", longa de ficção da goiana Flávia Neves, com Bárbara Colen no elenco, venceu o prêmio de audiência no Festival de Berlim, e o curta "Manhã de Domingo" recebeu o Urso de Prata, o segundo Prêmio do Júri oficial da Berlinale. Em Veneza, o brasileiro Pedro Harres levou o Grande Prêmio do Júri na seção paralela Venice Immersive, dedicada à Realidade Virtual, com o curta “From the main square". Despedidas Mas não só de prêmios viveu a sétima arte, que chorou a morte de um dos criadores da nouvelle vague. Jean Luc Godard morreu em setembro e deixou como legado filmes icônicos como “O Desprezo”, com Brigitte Bardot, “Week-end à francesa” e "Acossado". Hollywood perdeu Sidney Poitier, primeiro ator negro a ganhar um Oscar, e o ator francês Gaspard Ulliel morreu aos 37 anos vítima de um acidente de esqui. O mundo da música perdeu Pablo Milanés, um dos maiores nomes do cancioneiro cubano e internacional, e também Gal Costa. A imprensa do mundo inteiro homenageou a artista, falecida em novembro. "Uma das maiores cantoras do mundo", "musa eterna da Tropicália", "uma carreira rica e densa", disseram os principais jornais europeus. "Essa cantora de carisma excepcional e voz cristalina marcou toda uma geração", resumiu o jornal francês Le Figaro. Também foi destaque nos principais jornais americanos e europeus a morte da cantora e compositora Elza Soares, aos 91 anos. "Elza Soares ultrapassou as fronteiras da música brasileira", disse o New York Times. Música e na literatura Em 2022, a cantora Anitta lançou disco e realizou uma turnê europeia durante um mês. A garota do Rio transformou o tradicional Festival de Jazz de Montreux em um baile funk, sacudiu o Rock in Rio de Lisboa, foi um dos destaques do festival de Roskilde, na Dinamarca, e se apresentou em duas versões do Lollapalooza, em Estocolmo e Paris, entre outros shows que marcaram o ano da cantora. Mas foi Liniker que ganhou o prêmio de Melhor Album de Música Popular Brasileira por seu trabalho em Índigo Borboleta Anil, seu primeiro disco solo. Ela se tornou a primeira artista trans a ganhar um Grammy Latino. Na literatura, uma vez mais o Nobel foi para a França, e para uma mulher, Annie Ernaux, a mestre da autobiografia impessoal que se transformou em ícone feminista. No principal festival de histórias em quadrinho do mundo, o Festival de Angoulême, na França, o prêmio foi para o quadrinista e escritor brasileiro Marcello Quintanilla, pelo álbum "Escuta, Formosa Márcia". Soft power Em 2022, o cancelamento de artistas pró-Putin e a solidariedade a ucranianos marcaram a "guerra cultural" na França, contra a invasão da Ucrânia pela Rússia. Da Ópera Nacional de Paris ao Festival de Avignon, instituições culturais francesas expressaram seu apoio "ao povo e aos artistas da Ucrânia". Os ucranianos da banda Kalush Orchestra se consagraram vencedores do Eurovision — o maior concurso musical do mundo — com a canção "Stefania", Em uma das edições mais políticas deste evento tradicional. A conquista foi festejada pelo presidente ucraniano, Volodymyr Zelensky, para quem a façanha simbolizava um presságio da vitória da Ucrânia também no campo de batalha. Celebração O ano que passou também teve momentos de celebração. Gilberto Gil e a família decidiram em 2022 fazer uma turnê na Europa, lotando os lugares por onde passaram e levando o que o Brasil tem de melhor: a música, a alegria e o otimismo. Avô, filhos e netos no mesmo palco, celebrando a vida e o cantor, que fez 80 anos recentemente, como explicou Preta Gil em entrevista à RFI. Os 100 anos da Semana de Arte Moderna de 22 também foram celebrados. O movimento, que influenciou a arte em toda a América Latina, foi homenageado com uma série de exposições no Museu de Arte Latino-Americana de Buenos Aires e pelo Teatro Municipal de São Paulo, principal palco da manifestação que buscava romper com o conservadorismo da época. No próximo ano, o maior desafio da cultura brasileira será o de se reconstruir. O novo governo de Lula vai recriar o Ministério da Cultura, extinto durante os anos de Jair Bolsonaro. E, assim como no resto do mundo, será preciso atrair de volta o público às salas de cinema, teatro e exposições.
O assunto deste Curta Musical é Caetano Veloso, um dos artistas mais importantes e influentes do Brasil, responsável pelo Tropicalismo, movimento que no final dos anos 1960 mudou os rumos da MPB. Depois de conferir um pouco da história do músico, vamos ouvi-lo na canção Tropicália, presente no primeiro álbum solo de Caetano Veloso, lançado em 1968.
Today, Shivam will discuss how one island hosts digital nomads and how crypto firm Kraken has hit rough waters. Topics discussed: 1.Nomad Island How crypto firm Kraken has hit rough waters Links mentioned in this episode: *https://invstr.com/kraken-down/ https://invstr.com/nomad-island/ *https://invstr.com/market-recap-december-28th/
Espaço de Criação e Web Rádio Nós Na Fita
O Programa Homenagem é produzido pela equipe da Web Rádio Nós Na Fita com a intenção de homenagear personalidades, que de forma positiva, deixaram seu nome na história da arte, cultura, esporte, ciências e outras áreas afins. Nesta semana, falamos sobre Tom Zé, considerado uma das figuras mais originais da música popular brasileira. Participou ativamente do movimento musical conhecido como Tropicália nos anos 1960 e se tornado uma voz alternativa influente no cenário musical do Brasil. Confira!
In this bonus episode, Jim pays tribute to Tropicália legend Gal Costa, who died in November.Send us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundopsJoin our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lU
Legendary Brazilian singer Gal Costa passed away last week, leaving behind an incredible legacy of musical innovation. Along with others in the Tropicália movement of the late 1960s, they created a new genre that married traditional Brazilian rhythms with international sounds. Gal was a central voice in the tropicalimso movement, and that work laid the foundation for a career spanning over 50 years. Featuring music by Gal Costa, Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Maria Bethânia and Seu Jorge. Show notes: bit.ly/3XbKXFe Follow us: instagram.com/RadioMenea twitter.com/RadioMenea tinyletter.com/RadioMenea
Procurement teams may talk about technology spend as an isolated category, but it actually encompasses a very broad range of products and platforms. When procurement is thinking big picture about technology - and cloud software in particular - the value generated can go way beyond just savings, including the mitigation of external risk. In this episode of The Sourcing Hero podcast, Host Kelly Barner welcomes David Campbell, the Co-Founder and CEO of Tropic. Just like so many professionals who never intended to end up working in procurement, David never expected to become a CEO. And yet, his unique professional journey gave him just the tools he needed to thrive as a tech CEO. In this conversation, David talks about the impact procurement can have when managing cloud software with company goals in mind: What he has observed about where the high growth tech sector is investing their talent money The trends leading cloud software to become one of the top categories by spend How factors like utilization and risk management provide procurement with an opportunity to create value beyond savings in cloud software spend management
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This week's guest is David Campbell. Dave is the CEO and Co-Founder of Tropic, a full-service SaaS platform that helps companies automate their software procurement with data, tools and services. In just a little over three years, Tropic has raised $65 million from prominent venture capitalists, built a team of 160+ and manages hundreds of million in spend for fast-growing companies like Docusign, Intercom, Notion and Zapier. Prior to Tropic, David was a Global Business Manager in the Financial Services Group at Microsoft, where he worked directly with CXOs at top Fortune 500 companies and architected 9-figure software agreements to help steer large digital transformation projects. Before joining Microsoft, David served nearly 5 years at BounceX (now WunderKind) where he quickly rose up the ranks to become VP of Strategic Accounts and led a large team and drove strategy for all 7-figure accounts. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uncharted1/support
Mark, Fishy Sarcasm's Dominic Sparano and Senior Correspondent Charlie Saladino discuss the news, a new Jaybird and Lee segment, at Tropic con Jenny Feldy interviews Artist Tom Travers, plus Mark interviews Comic Creator Brandon Ingram
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In our newest rendition of RV of 3, we bring you campground reviews! We thought that it would be helpful to give reviews on the places we've stayed. We are going to give you the truth and always give you "3 things we liked" and "3 things we didn't like" about the different places we stay!In this review, we visited "Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park” located in Tropic, Utah. Overall this is a friendly place and has some amazing over the top amenities; full laundry and shower facilities (multiple) and a store This is a luxurious high end, but budget friendly RV campground and good for a weekend getaway, but we highly recommend staying here long term!Visited from September 16-18, 2022Would we stay again?: Yes! And we are hoping to be back for a longer stay next time.3 things we liked:1) Space and layout: wide spaces and big rig friendly and new! 2) Horses on site3) So close to Bryce Canyon (20 min)3 things we did not like:1) baby tress no shade 2) Slope and grading of sight 3) none! These mini-sodes will also be uploaded as an audio version to our Podcast channel (Rv of 3: adventures with the Yandels). Join our healthy living Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/605056664532506/?ref=share#rvlife #rvcampgroundreviews #rvtravel #rvnomad #rv #brycevalleyranchrvpark
Stan Mecham is from Tropic, UT and he is 85 years old. Throughout this episode, he talks to us about some of his best bronc rides, some wrecks he's been in and a lot about hunting lions. Enjoy part 1 of our conversation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cowboy-stories/support
Richard Craib chats to Lexman about tropic life, zoochemistry and the magical world of kinos.
How do you work through a major edit on your book when you have a traumatic brain injury? And how do you write about the death of a loved one while you're grieving? Jackie Bailey, author of debut novel 'The Eulogy' and professional deathwalker, joins us to discuss her experience with both. Jackie Bailey is a professional writer and researcher and a recognised international expert on cultural diversity in the arts. She has a Creative Writing PhD from UNSW and is on the Board of Merrigong Theatre Company. Jackie is also an ordained interfaith minister, trained deathwalker and practising funeral director. 'The Eulogy' is her debut novel. Get your copy of 'The Eulogy' from your local bookshop, Booktopia or wherever good books are sold. Plus, check out the online courses from Writing NSW, including the six-week Online: Creative Non-fiction with Ashley, starting 31 October. Books and authors discussed in this episode: 'In life, my sister taught me how to love. In death, she made me want to fix the funeral industry' by Jackie Bailey for the Guardian; Dirt Town by Hayley Scrivenor; Found, Wanting by Natasha Sholl; The Smell of Fresh Rain: The Unexpected Pleasures of Our Most Elusive Sense by Barney Shaw; Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck; Denizen by James McKenzie Watson (featured in ep 60); Virginia Woolf; Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller; How to Be Australian by Ashley Kalagian Blunt James' novel 'Denizen' is out now! Learn more about it and buy your copy here. Get in touch! Ashley's website: ashleykalagianblunt.com Ashley's Twitter: @AKalagianBlunt Ashley's Instagram: @akalagianblunt James' website: jamesmckenziewatson.com James' Twitter: @JamesMcWatson James' Instagram: @jamesmcwatson
Take Command: A Dale Carnegie Podcast
Susie Ma is the Founder and CEO of Tropic Skincare. She is a philanthropist with a focus on creating a healthier, greener, and more empowered world. Tropic Skincare has been recognized at numerous stages, including “Fastest Growing Skincare Brand in the UK” by the Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track. Most recently, it has been ranked the 14th best female-powered company in the UK by JP Morgan. The company's commitment to sustainability and disrupting the industry has also been recognized internationally with Marie Claire's Sustainability Awards. In 2018, Susie was listed on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Under her leadership, Tropic Skincare has funded a year's worth of education for 4,000 children in rural Asia and a new forest with Forestry England in Hampshire in 2022.At 15, Susie Ma and her mom moved from Australia to London. They struggled to make ends meet, so Susie decided to help her mom with the bills. That's when she remembered spending time with her grandmother, who was a medicinal chemist, in tropical Nord Queensland, Australia. She taught Susie that our skin needs feeding with nourishing, healthy ingredients just as much as our bodies. Susie found her grandma's recipe and began making body scrubs with natural ingredients. This was her lightbulb moment for Susie. She would join her mom at London's Greenwich Market to sell her body scrub. That Saturday at the market initiated a life-changing moment. She borrowed and invested 200 pounds in the products and after an exhausting day of selling, Susie remembers counting her money— nearly 1000 pounds—and realizing that “this was the beginning of everything.”As a high school student, she wanted to do more. She headed off to college, where she majored in business so she could land a job where she could “make loads of money.” Right out of college, Susie landed a job as a foreign exchange trader at Citi Group. She achieved her dream of making lots of money. But by the end of her first work week, she felt something was missing. She quickly realized that she didn't just want to be working to earn good money. Instead, she wanted a job where she could enjoy herself daily.She applied to the United Kingdom's version of The Apprentice, hosted by Lord Alan Sugar, a hugely successful entrepreneur, and investor. Out of 73,000 applicants, Susie made the final 16 candidates. She did not win, but while she was on the show, she restarted her Tropic Body Scrub business, counting on the show's publicity to drive sales. It worked. She sold out of products instantly, which garnered the attention of Sugar, who wanted to help her. Susie convinced him to invest 20,000 pounds to become a 50% partner in the company. While the investment helped, Susie built on her direct sales model, turning her first 400 customers into ambassadors who could generate up to a 30% commission on sales. That network of ambassadors has now grown to more than 20,000 around the UK and 400 full-time employees.Susie has focused on positioning Tropic as a model for the beauty industry, using sustainable packaging, and donating 10% of its profits “to good causes to help towards that infinite purpose, which is to help create a healthier, greener, and more empowered world.” Susie wants to show the world just how much difference you can make and show people that no matter who you are or where you're from, and how old you are, you can make a difference. Join us to listen to how Susie embraces challenges and opportunities, turns her Plan B into Plan A, and gives back to our planet and the underprivileged part of society.Listen to Eudeshi Naidu, our special appearance from Dale Carnegie London, on how we can make a difference by applying the Dale Carnegie principles, going the extra mile, and creating a memorable experience for all.
S22E01 of Live At 605: We're back with our historic 22nd season of Live At 605! This week: We spend the week in Bahamas for our first real vacation in 2+ years! We talk about people watching at the airport, the process of flying on a plane during COVID and how it felt to finally sit on a beach. We also tell a crazy story about two drunk people at the beach, run-ins with angry Anti-vaxxer Americans in an elevator and John has a tweet go viral! Plus our band of the week needs your touch! All this and more on Live At 605!Follow us on instagram @liveat605 Follow John on twitter & instagram @malloncamp Follow Val on twitter & instagram @valgomez23 Follow us on Tik Tok @liveat605podcastiTunes: http://apple.co/2ztTfQx Spotify: spoti.fi/2t3mKUG Podomatic: http://www.liveat605.podomatic.com Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=53123&refid=stpr E-mail: email@example.com
Mark, Fishy Sarcasm's Dominic Sparano and Jenny Feldy discuss the news, a new Jaybird and Lee segment, Senior Correspondent Charlie Saladino, Mark and Jen have our Tropic con wrap up, and Mark interviews Comic Creator Kris Burgos
This week we have a rewind of our Story Club livestream for Tropic of the Sea. Nigel and Tazziii were joined by comic creators Lara Callaghan and Vittorio Deluca for a deep dive into the late anime auteur Satoshi Kon's first feature-length manga. We get into the narrative of this modern day fantasy, discuss its characters and the environmental themes while considering the process of creating comic stories. Follow mayamada on Twitch for future Story Club livestreams: https://www.twitch.tv/mayamada
“Workers increase their standard of living and increase their wages through the class struggle, but there's limits to what that can bear if the economy in which that class struggle is happening isn't growing and isn't producing surplus.” Christian Parenti Professor of Political Economy and Author of Radical Hamilton - Economic Lessons from a Misunderstood Founder Christian Parenti is Associate Professor of Economics at John Jay College, CUNY (City University of New York). His books include “Radical Hamilton: Economic Lessons from a Misunderstood Founder" (Verso 2020), "Tropic of Chaos: Climate Change and the New Geography of Violence" (2011); "The Freedom: Shadows and Hallucinations in Occupied Iraq" (2004); "The Soft Cage: Surveillance in America from Slavery to the War on Terror" (2002); and "Lockdown America: Police and Prisons in the Age of Crisis" (2000/second edition 2008). As a journalist he reported extensively from Afghanistan, Iraq, and various parts of Africa, Asia, and Latin America for The Nation, Fortune, The London Review of Books, The New York Times, and other publications. Learn more at: https://www.jjay.cuny.edu/faculty/christian-parenti. About Radical Hamilton: Economic Lessons from a Misunderstood Founder A dramatic re-evaluation of the founding of the United States and the history of capitalism--In retelling the story of the radical Alexander Hamilton, Parenti rewrites the history of early America and the global economy. For much of the twentieth century, Hamilton—sometimes seen as the bad boy of the founding fathers or portrayed as the patron saint of bankers—was out of fashion. In contrast his rival Thomas Jefferson, the patrician democrat and slave owner who feared government overreach, was claimed by all. But more recently, Hamilton has become a subject of serious interest again. He was a contradictory mix: a tough soldier, austere workaholic, exacting bureaucrat, sexual libertine, glory-obsessed romantic with suicidal tendencies—and pioneer of industrialisation. As Parenti argues, we have yet to fully appreciate Hamilton as the primary architect of American capitalism and the developmental state. In exploring his life and work, Parenti rediscovers this gadfly as a pathbreaking political thinker and institution builder. In this vivid portrait, Hamilton emerges as a singularly important historical figure: a thinker and politico who laid the foundation for America's ascent to global supremacy and mass industrialization—for better or worse. You can buy Radical Hamilton: Economic Lessons from a Misunderstood Founder from your favorite bookseller. About The Political Economy Project The Political Economy Project is creating a blueprint seeking to unify our fellow humans on a common purpose to work together and create a new cultural and economic renaissance based on the harmony of interests of the human spirit. The Political Economy Project is an EML Publishing brand produced by Evan Matthew Papp and we are a proud member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network. Support media, authors, artists, historians, and journalists, who are fighting to improve the prosperity of the working class everywhere. Follow our work on Substack at: https://politicaleconomyproject.substack.com or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/PolEconProject. #PoliticalEconomyProject #LaborRadioPod #PoliticalEconomy
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Toon has a hate boner for the queen and Yams's neighbors have a boner of a different verity.
Cigar Growing Regions Welcome back to another episode of Farm To Fire! This episode will offer a glimpse into the amazing variety of specialized cigar tobaccos being grown around the globe. The most exciting aspect of contemporary cigar growing regions os that many places are just beginning to realize their potential. In the last half century, and more so in the last decade, there have been extraordinary developments and improvements in the premium cigar cultivation. Each region we will go over today has specific advantages, potential and challenges associated with it. A deeper analysis will reveal the uniqueness of each cigar growing region. The precious tobacco plant depends on select regions of the world where the soil, climate, topography, people, skill and tradition converge. The best cigar tobacco is grown between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn, along the equator. Of course cigars are grown from Canada to New Zealand, but the best are grown in these tropics. Great cigars are grown in valleys where they benefit from nutrient erosion, condensation irrigation and sunlight manipulation.
- Chris Darnell to join as Med Center CEO - Photographer Lindsey Ross explores a mushroom world - The Listening Club takes up Tropicália
Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Ep 321 - The Man Who Has Haunted the Entire Season.A huge thank you to everyone who joined us at our Movie Night for Red Energy – we'll bring you a full review of Good Luck to You Rio Grande next week on the podcast.You may have noticed Corrie popping up in the press recently launching the Sorrento Writer's Festival – April 27 – 30th 2023. Follow the festival on Instagram HERE or via the website https://sorrentowritersfestival.com.au/The Essendon Football Club are back in the headlines this week and the footy media have gone into overdrive. Caro gives us her take on the developments at the club including the future of Ben Rutten and the likelihood of Alistair Clarkson calling the Bombers home.In the Cocktail Cabinet for Prince Wine Store we discuss buying wine ‘by the glass' and Myles recommends;Hobo Wine Camp Alexander Valley CabernetLa Violetta Ye Ye Blanc 2021Use the promo code MESS at checkout instore or online to receive a listener discount - head to the dedicated Don't Shoot the Messenger page HERE.To win a Prince Wine Store Introductory Wine Course for you and a friend - simpy fill in the entry for HERE and tell us about your favourite wine memory or experience.In BSF for Red Energy;The Tropic of Cancer by Henry MillerSlow Horses on Apple TVDonna Hay's Fragrant Thai Green Curry (see recipe below or HERE)The Hand that Held Mine by Maggie O'FarrellBest of Friends by Kamila ShamsieThis Devastating Fever by Sophie CunninghamIn 6 Quick Questions Caro and Corrie pay tribute to Lillian Frank, Caro shares her thoughts on the timing of Gillon McLachlan's exit as AFL boss and Corrie has some amazing facts about the rise of dog attacks in Melbourne.To receive our weekly email which includes recipes SIGN UP HERE.For videos and pics make sure you follow us on Instagram, Facebook or TwitterEmail the show via firstname.lastname@example.org.Don't Shoot the Messenger is produced by Corrie Perkin, Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Sports Entertainment Network.Donna Hay's Fragrant Green Thai Curry1 X QUANTITY THAI GREEN CURRY PASTE (Get RECIPE HERE)1 X 400ML CAN COCONUT MILK1 CUP (250ML) CHICKEN STOCK8 X 125G CHICKEN THIGH FILLETS, TRIMMED AND QUARTERED2 TABLESPOONS FISH SAUCE4 KAFFIR LIME LEAVES, STEMS REMOVED AND FINELY SHREDDED½ CUP CORIANDER (CILANTRO) LEAVES½ CUP (80G) ROASTED CASHEWS, ROUGHLY CHOPPED1 LONG GREEN CHILLI, THINLY SLICEDWHITE RICE AND LIME WEDGES, TO SERVEMETHODPlace a large saucepan over medium heat. Add the curry paste and cook, stirring frequently, for 2–3 minutes or until fragrant. Add the coconut milk and stock, stir to combine and bring to a simmer. Add the chicken, return to a simmer and cook for 5–8 minutes or until the chicken is cooked through. Add the fish sauce and stir to combine.Top the curry with the lime leaf, coriander, cashews and chilli. Serve with the rice and lime wedges. Serves 4
Enjoy this all-ear-friendly episode where Allison and Alexi are joined by marine fisheries scientist Ana Silverio talking about her first time taking the dive with a snorkel, fighting the tide, and finding out that the (sea)grass is greener under the mangroves. Join the Patreon at Patreon.com/WeOutHerePod Twitter https://twitter.com/TheWeOutHerePod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theweoutherepod/ Start learning about whose land you're on https://native-land.ca/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weoutherepod/message
Sesho's Anime And Manga Reviews
This week I review the manga Tropic of the Sea by Satoshi Kon.
O Pedcast é uma roda de discussões quinzenal encabeçada pelo SneakersBR, primeiro veículo do mundo a falar de cultura sneaker em português, em atividade desde 2007.
Lexman interviews Sam Harris, a noted neuroscientist and atheist. They discuss the theory of tropism and the role of PLANTS in human development.
Allison and Alexi are joined by marine fisheries scientist Ana Silverio talking about her first time taking the dive with a snorkel, fighting the tide, and finding out that the (sea)grass is greener under the mangroves. Episode Content Warning: Some profanity Join the Patreon at Patreon.com/WeOutHerePod Twitter https://twitter.com/TheWeOutHerePod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theweoutherepod/ Start learning about whose land you're on https://native-land.ca/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weoutherepod/message
As the Atlantic Hurricane Season continues to pick up pace, Jarod and Walker go through some of the basics of tropical meteorology. Not a lot of super nerdy, deep-diving here... simply because hurricanes and tropical systems are quite complex. Tropic talk doesn't stop there, as Jarod and Walker recount some of their most vivid memories from past hurricane seasons. 1:15 - Areas most likely impacted from tropical systems 2:45 - Why can't hurricanes survive over land? 3:10 - Hurricanes are heat engines 4:30 - Worst impacts are in isolated areas 6:40 - Most likely ArkLaMiss impacts from landfalling tropical systems 8:00 - Landfalling tropical systems' impacts on local agriculture 9:00 - Tropical moisture and the rain it can produce 10:45 - Inland, tropical tornadoes and where they typically occur within a storm 15:20 - Ray Stevens and 'The Mississippi Squirrel Revival' 16:35 - Walker evacuating from Katrina 22:00 - Walker recounts Hurricane Michael 23:50 - Young Jarod learns about Andrew 25:30 - Watching family impacts from a major hurricane 28:00 - Jarod's "Deal or No Deal" fiasco 34:00 - Jarod over-caffeinates for Isaac
Love is the Message: Dance, Music and Counterculture
In this week's podcast Jeremy and Tim continue with the second of three episodes evaluating Brazilian music from 1965-1975 as they turn their attention to Tropicalia. We hear about the origins of Tropicalia, or Tropicalismo, set against the turbulent political climate and eventual military coup of the country in the mid-'60s. Via music from the Gilberto Gil, Tom Zé, Caetano Veloso and more, Tim and Jeremy show how the genre articulated an aesthetic of 'cannibalism' consonant with Brazil's multiplicity and cultural fluidity, but also how it leaned heavily on Anglophone psychedelic rock and vague trends and styles of the Counterculture for much of its inspiration. Tim and Jeremy problematise the period of Tropicalia, asking questions of its political valiancy, discuss whether it was actually radical or should be understood instead as an expression of liberal modernity, and examine the movement's rejection of paternalism in keeping with other youth scenes internationally. Join us next time for the final part of this series-within-a-series, as we move to the Seventies to discover some truly astounding music. Produced and edited by Matt Huxley. Tune in, Turn on, Get Down! Become a patron of the show for as little as £3pcm by visiting www.patreon.com/LoveMessagePod Tracklist: Caetano Veloso - Tropicália Gilberto Gil - Domingo No Parque Gal Costa - Mamãe, Coragem Tom Zé - Gloria Os Mutantes - Panis Et Circenses Books: Naomi Klein - The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism Gilberto Freyre - The Masters and the Slaves Roberto Schwarz on Caetano Veloso, New Left Review: https://newleftreview.org/issues/ii75/articles/roberto-schwarz-political-iridescence
Ep 232: The Current Macroeconomic Conditions And Effect On The Startup World w/ David Campbell, CEO Tropic Part of the TGIM (Thank God It's Monday!) series hosted by Tom Alaimo.
You loved our definitions of a classic, now we bring you the definition of the other thing we look at on this podcast . . . namely schlock. What is it? How is it pronounced? What makes it so god damned entertaining? Also is Avatar schlock? As always we are incredibly definitive with our answer.
Sue Rose Minahan, brings an eclectic panel to review the Summer Solstice energies for this next half year. This year it occurs June 21 when the Sun enters 0 degrees Cancer. In the Pacific Northwest it will be at 2:14 am. Whereas in Greenwich UK where the world clock calculates when modern time begins, it will be at 9:14 am. Astrology clocks the cycles of the earth's experiences witnessing the cosmic heavens. The two solstices form the vertical primary axis between the north and south, when the sun shines at its fullest or for the least time during the day. The Summer solstice is when the tilt of the earth at 23°26? points closest to the sun in the Northern Hemisphere, above the equator. This is when the Sun is directly above the Tropic of Cancer, a parallel latitude of 23°26? above the equator. These are definite astronomical relationships correlating astrology. “Sol” means Sun and “stice” means stop. The sun stops. Not literally but in our relationship seen from earth. As Earth annually orbits around the sun, once it reaches the parallel latitude of the Tropic of Cancer at 23°26?, it then begins to recede down again for 6 months to reach the winter's Tropic of Capricorn at 23°26? below the equator. The sun appears to pause for three days during that process of reaching either Tropic as it turns around. Tropic means turning or changing. Sue Rose Minahan, Talk Cosmos founder and astrology consultant of Kailua-Kona, Big Island of Hawaii will be speaking with these 5 guests: ISRAEL AJOSE D.Psych.Astrol, London, UK: https://www.sacredplanets.com https://www.apae.uk https://astrolodge.co.uk/ -Dedicated student, teacher of astrology and tarot. -Combines traditional, mediaeval, psychological and Vedic techniques -Current President of the Astrological Lodge of London. -His studies and practices also include cosmology, mythology, occult sciences, Kabbalah, shamanism and divination. JUSTIN CROCKETT ELZIE, Port Angeles/Seattle, WA, USA: https://www.JustinCrockettElzie.com -Is an Archetypal Astrologer, Teacher, and Author. -He combines both Western Ancient Astrology and Modern Psychological Astrology with Eastern Vedic Astrology. -He specializes in Predictive/Electional, and Karmic Astrology. -His work with clients includes in-depth analysis of Natal charts, Synasty (couples charts), Draconic Charts, and works with Progressions, Transits, and Planetary Returns. -He does Astrological research into arcane Astrological concepts, focusing on the mystical/occult side of Astrology. ELIZABETH LIZ MUSCHETT: Camano Island, WA USA https://alightpath.com or https://lizmuschett.com -A Professional Astrologer, Intuitive, Numerology & Tarotist. -Provides Nurturing In-Depth Individual and Couples Consultations. -Sacred Healing Counselor, and International Reiki Master Teacher. MARIE O'NEILL, MBA, Santa Rosa, CA, USA: PadmaLifeCoaching.com & andtheLotusOpened.com -Founder of Padma Life Coaching located in Santa Rosa, California. -Marie has many years of experience as a life coach, astrologer, speaker, coach, past-life regression facilitator and lecturer. -An astrology mentor with FCEA (Forest Center of Evolutionary Astrology). -Published Author of her 2021 book, “and the Lotus Opened“. KAREN WENNERLIND, Seattle, WA SeattleAstrologer.com -For over 28 years, Karen Wennerlind has combined her knowledge of business, astrology, tarot, mythology, metaphysics and mediumship to create a distinct client centered approach. -Karen has an online study group, teaches classes, and workshops in Western and Uranian Astrology. -Current Treasurer for the Council of Vedic Astrology. East West Bookstore astrologer.
A song sung by the last of the Bo Tribe, In the Aka Bo language, now extinct:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K3lrMphIHA
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Getting their fill at Chill n Fill is easy but not while livestreaming apparently. Learn how to win a Playstation 5 with Tropic Chronic, and don't forget to to party with Pono Brewing party at The Golden Cat Lounge while you wait for the Oregon Beers Awards. Level Beer's patio goes green, Damian gets an Xbox, and Ryan wants to start a Wrestling podcast. Em Sauter's new book, vaping beers, and Stoup Distro on this episode of Brew Happy!
Tansey Rosset is the daughter of legendary publisher Barney Rosset, who was one of the most important and influential publishers of the 20th century, and certainly one of the most important figures in the history of the battle against censorship in America. Barney bought Grove Press in 1951 and immediately published some of the most famous and controversial titles of the twentieth century—Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer, D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover, and William S. Burroughs's Naked Lunch. In 1957, Barney Rosset launched The Evergreen Review with work by Samuel Beckett, Jean-Paul Sartre, Mark Schorer, and James Purdy. For the next sixteen years, Evergreen introduced many world-class writers to American readers, such as Beckett, Genet, Grass, Ōe, Duras, Paz, Walcott, Nabokov. Tansey was kind enough to join Lydia and Tim and recount her memories of growing up with her father. She currently lives in Michigan, where she works as a nurse practicioner.
The Brew is Out There! Thiols are all the rage. Beer drinkers love those big tropical fruit characters, but thiol rich hops are expensive! What if you could get help from your yeast? That's what where Berkeley Yeast and their Tropics series comes in. Nick Harris walks us through better brewing through biochemistry! Links Berkeley Yeast: https://berkeleyyeast.com/ Tropics: https://berkeleyyeast.com/tropics This episode is brought to you by: American Homebrewers Association Brewing America Mangrove Jacks Don't forget to subscribe via your favorite podcasting service (iTunes, etc). Like our podcast, review it - talk it up! If you have comments, feedbacks, harassments, etc, feel free to drop us a line at email@example.com. Follow us on Facebook (ExperimentalBrew), Twitter (@ExpBrewing) or Instagram (ExperimentalBrewing). Don't forget you can support the podcast on Patreon by going to http://patreon.com/experimentalbrewing This episode can be downloaded directly at http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.experimentalbrew.com/sites/d.... Podcast RSS Url: http://www.experimentalbrew.com/podcast.rss
The Brew is Out There! Thiols are all the rage. Beer drinkers love those big tropical fruit characters, but thiol rich hops are expensive! What if you could get help from your yeast? That's what where Berkeley Yeast and their Tropics series comes in. Nick Harris walks us through better brewing through biochemistry! Links Berkeley Yeast: https://berkeleyyeast.com/ Tropics: https://berkeleyyeast.com/tropics This episode is brought to you by: American Homebrewers Association Brewing America Mangrove Jacks Don't forget to subscribe via your favorite podcasting service (iTunes, etc). Like our podcast, review it - talk it up! If you have comments, feedbacks, harassments, etc, feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Facebook (ExperimentalBrew), Twitter (@ExpBrewing) or Instagram (ExperimentalBrewing). Don't forget you can support the podcast on Patreon by going to http://patreon.com/experimentalbrewing This episode can be downloaded directly at https://www.experimentalbrew.com/sites/d.... Podcast RSS Url: http://www.experimentalbrew.com/podcast.rss
In this episode of Drink While You Think, Matthew sits down with Brooke Beach, CEO and founder of Marketwake, to talk about all things marketing for accounting firm owners.
Email us email@example.com with suggestions and comments.Support Our PodcastSome links:Buy The Unknown Henry Miller by Arthur Hoyle Buy Mavericks, Mystics, and Misfits: Americans Against the Grain by Arthur HoyleJoseph Strick's Tropic of Cancer Blaise CendrarsNew DirectionsBarney RossetMary Dearborn's BiographyJay Martin's BiographyRobert Ferguson's BiographySupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=XSU2P2QHX4SA6)
In this episode of the podcast, Brian Upton sits down with Tell Us Something Executive Director Marc Moss to talk about his story “Parting Ways with Henry Miller in Egypt”, which he told live onstage at The Top Hat Lounge in Missoula, MT in June 2015. The theme that night was “Oops! I Changed my Mind!”. His story was recorded in front of a live audience was recorded on June 9th, 2015 at the Top Hat Lounge in Missoula, MT. They also talk about his extended family in Egypt, about Henry Miller and separating the art from the artist, and about the atmosphere at a Tell Us Something live in-person event. Brian Upton buys Henry Miller's Tropic of Capricorn at Shakespeare and Company in Paris, France. He begins reading the book in Alexandria and discovers that the book is considered pornography in Egypt. Brian is originally from the Great Lakes country and came to Missoula from Indonesia in the mid-90s to go to the University of Montana. He has since discovered that Butte is the more interesting place, but is settling for Missoula anyway.
Get "Tropic Of Cancer" by clicking the link below and support local book stores.https://bookshop.org/a/57229/9780802131782In this episode we tackle probably the most banned of the banned books we've covered so far - Henry Miller's infamous "Tropic of Cancer". It literally got people sent to jail. This one breaks every rule of polite society, and also every rule in the fiction writing handbook; no plot, no structure, mountains of adjectives, pages long plunges into intangibles, and overall vulgar self indulgence. But that's kind of the point. Join us and find out why, despite all that, TOC remains in so many 'top 100 books of all time' lists.If you liked or didn't like this episode, let us know.Leave us a comment and subscribe to our channel!BannedBookClubPodcast.comFollow us on Instagram: @bannedbookclubpodFollow us on Facebook: @bannedbookclubpodEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org:30 Intro3:35 About the Author & Novel 5:15 Why it's banned 6:30 Who really is Arthur Miller?9:10 Rafaella's review 13:00 Nick's Review / The writing style of Miller 16:00 Arthur Rimbaud, Apollo, and Dionysus17:15 Nietzche on artistic frenzy 20:15 Does this novel work in this style? 20:35 Midroll22:40 Bukowski vs. Miller 24:10 Stream of consciousness vs simple writing 27:15 Reinventing the self29:30 Why it's important to read Tropic of Cancer30:22 Was Henry Miller truly free? 32:13 OutroSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bannedbookclub)