Clayton discusses Ebony Kenney's recent success and his take on her interview with Joey Ingram. Also, big news for online poker in the USA and a terrible look for the Venetian. Then, two hands from Clayton's run in the Loncar $50k Guaranteed this week on ACR.------Visit www.sitesoptimized.com for all your website and SEO needs.------Visit www.tournamentpokeredge.com for world-class poker training content.
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Professor Margaret Rosenthal about 16th century Venetian courtesans, namely Veronica Franco. Visit The Veronica Franco Project Find out more about your host at https://www.nataliegrueninger.com/ Join 365 Days with Anne Boleyn! https://onthetudortrail.com/Blog/2022/02/13/365-days-with-anne-boleyn-an-intimate-journey-of-discovery Buy Talking Tudors merchandise at https://talkingtudors.threadless.com/ Support Talking Tudors on Patreon! Musical break courtesy of Jon Sayles.
Welcome back! On today's show the fellas riff on Mintzy's drastic weight loss, the NFL and college football, bad football takes, the booming state of live poker, Smitty shares a hand history, Nate's trip report from his date night with Dave Portnoy, the Venetian is a scumbag casino, and Mintzy danced out of his pants, literally. A fun episode with the boys, enjoy!
Mousetalgia Episode 554: Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, Galaxy's Edge from June 3, 2019 Contact us at email@example.com . On today's show, we offer an opening day report from Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, and then Kristen finishes her six castle journey through the Disney parks with a trip to Tokyo Disneyland Resort, and talks all about the parks, the attractions and the entertainment - and the snacks! From the Venetian gondolas at Tokyo DisneySea to Country Bears singing in Japanese at Tokyo Disneyland, Kristen offers her "top three" lists from both parks, and lets you know which attractions you can skip as well. Also, Kristen dissects the resort's shopping opportunities, from the unique characters to the intriguing gashapon capsule machines. From plush Chandu Tigers at DisneySea to Disneyland Perfume at Disneyland, Kristen brings home a broad selection of souvenirs and describes what you can expect to spend your money on. Kristen also discusses the shows, the entertainment opportunities and of course - the food, including pro tips on recognizing cultural customs and establishing timelines for dining throughout the resort. From Kristen's favorite food at the resort - a fried chicken and waffle sandwich - to booking dining entertainment packages, we talk restaurants, menus, and snacking options to offer you a broad picture of eating your way through your Tokyo stay. Stay tuned next week for our comprehensive report from the opening day of Galaxy's Edge and a breakdown of the various elements of this new immersive land.
One of our all-time most popular guests, the great David Tuckman @tuckonsports joins Clayton Fletcher @claytoncomic for a review of a few hands from Tuck's 2022 WSOP Main Event. ---__Visit www.sitesoptimized.com---Visit www.tournamentpokeredge.comBustin' Chops & Callin' ShotsEach week Josh and Jon sit down to give their take on travel sports and everything in...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Clint goes over part 2 of his vegas trip with games at the Wynn, Caesars, and Venetian. He gets into several big 3 and 4 bet pots with a ton of action. Tyler goes over his most recent sessions at Paramount and Doghouse.
We close out our series on Mendelssohn with the origin story of the barcarolle and two fine examples of the genre. We discuss Uber, opera, and late-night gondola rides. Twitter: @PianoRhapsody Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Find PianoRhapsody on SoundCloud for this recording and more!
On this weeks episode, Blake covers the Venetian Prisons: Piombi & Pozzi, and the role the Council of Ten played in Venetian government. Email your paranormal experiences to email@example.com cause everyone loves a ghost story!!
We close out our series on Mendelssohn with the origin story of the barcarolle and two fine examples of the genre. We discuss Uber, opera, and late-night gondola rides. Twitter: @PianoRhapsody Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Find PianoRhapsody on SoundCloud for this recording and more!
Ciao! This week Alainna and Talia are feeling worldly and discuss the similarities between Cleveland, Ohio and Venice, Italy. Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde fans beware as our hosts are pulling out no stops when they talk about the newest celeb drama. You can also look forward to a brief lesson in Portuguese by Alainna. Tchau! Outro Music: Thoughts by Charli XCX
On this special episode of the PokerGO Podcast, Donnie Peters and Tim Duckworth sit down with Jeff Platt, who just won MSPT Venetian for $100,804. It's a heavy poker strategy episode as the hosts run through Platt's tournament run from start to finish, discussing the key hands he played on the road to winning six figures.
Anita Castelli is looking deeper into the relation of Cape Breton and fresh water using local stories.
In this episode we see one of Venice's great Doges, meet the pirates that threaten Venetian commerce, and explore what may be Venice's own piece de pirate resistance.Find show notes, transcripts, and information on how to support Italian Histories at Italianhistories.com.Support the show
Virginia and abortion. Brett Favre being questioned by the FBI. Argentina's VP assassination attempt. Cardinals DB Antonio Hamilton burns feet in cooking accident. Mosque bombing in Afghanistan on the Muslim holy day. Serena loses to a fellow Venetian. Astrology lesson on each Planet & Luminary (Sun & Moon)
Clayton realizes his jokes about the Midwest may have offended some listeners. Then he discusses the recent controversy over whether or not the Main Event winner owes a friend $300,000. And in our strategy segment, a hand review from the TPE Forums!For the best in poker training: www.tournamentpokeredge.com... ...For web design and SEO: www.sitesoptimized.com
Coucou everyone! Let's take a little goldola ride in one of the most beautiful cities in the wold - Venice. However not all that glitters is gold and Venice is no exception. We talk about how organized crime made its way north and established itself in Venice. Cat then tells us about the influence of Arabic cuisine on Italian food! YUM. So andiamo shall we? Don't forget to follow us on Instagram :) Main topic sources: La Mala del Brenta Minitopic sources: @whatviceats TikTok Recommendations: Kate's Recommendation - Italo Disco Spotify playlist Catherine's Recommendation - @historyho101 TikTok Cover art and logo by Kate Walker Mixed and edited by Catherine Roehre Theme song by Lumehill Thank you all - ciao!
Othello by William Shakespeare audiobook. Othello is the story of a cross-cultural romance between the title character, a noble moor who is a general in the Venetian army, and Desdemona, a beautiful and virtuous Venetian lady. The newly-married couple fall prey to the machinations of Iago, Othello's jealous ensign, who plots to destroy their union.
Clayton Fletcher is on the road! He's got hands from Baltimore, Cleveland, and Cincinnati on this strategy-intensive episode. ...For the best in strategy content, visit www.tournamentpokeredge.com....
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K424: About India - Mumbai turns to Twitter for help mapping India's monsoon floods When monsoon rains sweep into Mumbai each year, residents of India's financial hub find their social media feeds awash with flood memes - from Venetian gondolas plying the city's deluged streets to office workers commuting on inflatable dinghies. 當季風雨水每年橫掃孟買的同時，印度金融中心居民發現社群媒體充斥洪水梗圖：威尼斯貢多拉遊船在城市被雨水淹沒的街道上行駛、上班族利用充氣橡皮艇通勤。 This year, a research institute hopes social media can play a more practical role - asking residents to tweet details about floods in their neighbourhoods and using the data to issue geographically specific flood alerts in real-time. 今年，一個研究機構希望社群媒體能夠發揮更實際的功用──要求居民在推特上描述住家附近地區洪水的詳細情況，並利用這些資料即時發布特定地區洪水警報。 "Since we cannot monitor flooding across the city ourselves, we thought of taking the help of the community," said Subimal Ghosh, head of the Climate Studies department at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, which is behind the initiative. 孟買印度理工學院氣候研究部門領導人蘇比墨爾．高許說，「由於我們無法單靠自己監測整座城市的洪水，於是想到可以利用群眾的協助」。該部門正是此倡議的幕後推手。 Around the world in countries including Australia and Indonesia, climate researchers are increasingly using data gathered via social media to help monitor weather events such as floods. 包含澳洲和印尼等世界各國，氣候研究學家們越來越頻繁地利用透過社群媒體上蒐集得到的資料來協助監控諸如洪水等天氣事件。 Next Article Nipah Virus, Dangerous and Little Known, Spreads in India－危險但鮮為人知的立百病毒在印度擴散 A rare, brain-damaging virus has broken out in the state of Kerala, India, for the first time, infecting at least 18 people and killing 17 of them, according to the World Health Organization. 一種罕見、傷害腦部的病毒首度在印度喀拉拉邦爆發，感染至少18人，其中17人死亡，世界衛生組織指出。 The Nipah virus naturally resides in fruit bats across South and Southeast Asia, and can spread to humans through contact with the animals' bodily fluids. There is no vaccine and no cure. 立百病毒自然寄宿於南亞與東南亞的狐蝠，並可透過接觸該動物的體液而傳播給人類。沒有疫苗，也沒有藥物可以對治。 The virus is listed by the W.H.O. as a high priority for research. Current treatment measures are insufficient, according to Dr. Stuart Nichol, the head of the viral special pathogens branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 該病毒被世衛組織列入高優先研究名單。當前的治療措施不足，美國疾病管制與預防中心病毒特殊病原體部門主任尼科爾博士說。 "There's a market failure for protecting people from this," said Dr. Steve Luby, an epidemiologist at Stanford University. "It's not like treating baldness or breast cancer, where wealthy people will pay for your product. There's no big customer here, no incentive, until it escalates." 「保護人們免於該病毒感染的市場失靈」，史丹福大學流行病學家魯比博士說。「這不像治療禿頭或乳癌，有錢人會花錢買你的產品。在這裡沒有大客戶、沒有誘因，直到疫情愈演愈烈為止。」 The Nipah infection produces flulike symptoms, including fevers, body aches and vomiting, which often progress to acute respiratory syndrome and encephalitis. Some survivors show persistent neurological effects, including personality changes. 感染立百病毒會產生類似流感的症狀，包括發燒、身體疼痛與嘔吐，並常發展成急性肺炎症候群與腦炎。有些倖存者出現持續性的神經性影響，包括性格改變。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1534206; https://news.ltn.com.tw/news/world/paper/1210313
SCARED TO DEATH IS EXPLICIT IN EVERY WAY. PLEASE TAKE CARE WHILE LISTENING. Dan's first story is about South Korea's The Elevator Game. Is this nothing more than an urban legend? Or could this modern encounter story I'll be sharing possibly be true? Could performing this elevator-based ritual somehow allow you to enter what sounds like Hell? The next story is the legend of The Curse of Ca'Dario. A Venetian mansion, built in the late 15th century, that might actually be cursed or at least extremely haunted. Lynze will explore predictive dreams, a concept that seems to rarely come up on STDP, in her first story. It's hard to know when dreams are telling us the future or predicting or are just coincidental. The final story of this week is a creepy cabin tale. A man takes some time away from his life to find himself but does he find so much more than he bargained for? New Merch: A new GTFO doormat requested by a handful of you actually. This is one we'll definitely want pictures of soplease be the weird person that no one wants to talk to, and grab yourself a new STDP doormat at badmagicmerch.com and then post a pic and tag @scaredtodeathpodcast on IG and FB.Bad Magic Productions Monthly Patreon Donation: This months charity donation is going to Camp Easton, a boy scouts camp here in CDA. Camp Easton is where we are hosting our Wet Hot Bad Magic Summer Camp!! We are donating $15,400 to them and putting $2000 into the scholarship fund! While visiting the location on many occasions, I have come to know some of the staff and hear about the needs of the camp. As with all places that are host to camps, they have a laundry list of repairs and upgrades that would be incredibly beneficial! Standup: If you want to see a very different side of Dan than you see here and possibly see Lynze in the crowd, his Symphony of Insanity standup tour will be back this fall. Go to dancummins.tv for ticket links to shows in Nashville, Palm Beach, Portland and MORE!!Thank you for continuing to send in your stories, Creeps and Peepers!Please keep doing so. Send them to email@example.com Send everything else to firstname.lastname@example.orgWant to be a Patron? Get episodes AD-FREE, listen and watch before they are released to anyone else, bonus episodes, a 20% merch discount, additional content, and more! Learn more by visiting: https://www.patreon.com/scaredtodeathpodcastPlease rate, review, and subscribe anywhere you listen. Thank you for listening!Follow the show on social media: @scaredtodeathpodcast on Facebook and IGWatch this episode: https://youtu.be/7XzyJ6DO1UkWebsite: https://scaredtodeathpodcast.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scaredtodeathpodcast/Instagram: https://bit.ly/2miPLf5Mailing Address:Scared to Deathc/o Timesuck PodcastPO Box 3891Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816Video/Audio by Bad Magic ProductionsAdditional music production by Jeffrey MontoyaAdditional music production by Zach CohenVarious free audio provided by http://freesound.orgOpening Sumerian protection spell (adapted):"Whether thou art a ghost that hath come from the earth, or a phantom of night that hath no home… or one that lieth dead in the desert… or a ghost unburied… or a demon or a ghoul… Whatever thou be until thou art removed… thou shalt find here no water to drink… Thou shalt not stretch forth thy hand to our own… Into our house enter thou not. Through our fence, breakthrough thou not… we are protected though we may be frightened. Our life you may not steal, though we may feel SCARED TO DEATH."
Stretching from Chania's Venetian harbour and the famous pink sand beach of Elafonissi in the west, to the secret coves of Zakros and the wild and beautiful hiking trails of Sitia Geopark in the east, Crete, birthplace of the mysterious Minoans has something for every taste. From gourmet walking tours to discovering local treats, to insider's tips on top nightlife spots and cultural activities, and a trip into the mountains to forage for wild greens, award-winning travel writer Heidi Fuller-love invites you to join her on a thrilling journey to Meet The Locals on Greece's largest island. To discover more British Airways Entertainment, visit https://entertainment.ba.com/ (https://entertainment.ba.com) Malta image copyright @vonshnauzer
Two more episodes edited back to back are added to the "Marco Polo" Playlist. Starring George Edwards, an amazingly talented vocal artist who often played several roles, up to 5, in one story. This radio adaptation is based on ancient works from 1271 from Marco Polo's adventures to meet the Kubla Khan in Asia.
5330000 BCE - today - We condense the history of the Mediterranean island of Crete into one episode, plotting the ages of the Minoans, Mycenaeans, Etocretans, Romans, Aghlabids, Venetians, Ottomans and Nazi Germans, as well as the ultimate mother culture of Greece itself.
Clayton discusses ICM as it pertains to the sunk cost fallacy. Then, a listener asks Clayton to rate his WSOP Main Event bustout. Punt or not a punt? You be the judge....For the best in tournament poker strategy, visit tournamentpokeredge.com....The Jordan Harbinger ShowApple Best of 2018-Learn the stories, secrets & skills of the world's most fascinating pplListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Es de consistencia dura, pero frágil, más o menos transparente y sirve para infinidad de cosas en la vida cotidiana desde la más remota antigüedad. Me refiero al vidrio, un material que se presenta en la naturaleza en forma de obsidiana pero que, gracias a su versatilidad, el ser humano pronto se afanó en fabricarlo partiendo de la arena. Está documentado el uso del vidrio desde la edad de piedra, cuando los hombres primitivos aprovechaban los fragmentos de obsidiana que se encontraban para utilizarlos como cuchillos afilados con los que despedazar a sus presas. Era un material muy demandado, pero también muy escaso. Los hombres del paleolítico comerciaban con él ya que los yacimientos de obsidiana están muy localizados y no son muy abundantes. Unos cuatro milenios antes de Cristo nuestros ancestros empezaron a trabajarlo, antes incluso que ciertos metales como el hierro. El primer vidrio sintético se fabricó en el creciente fértil y las técnicas de fabricación pronto se extendieron por el viejo mundo. Los primeros objetos de vidrio conocidos eran simples cuentas, quizá producto accidental de la metalurgia o de la producción de loza, un material vítreo anterior al vidrio fabricado mediante un proceso similar. El vidrio primitivo rara vez era transparente y solía contener muchas impurezas e imperfecciones. A finales de la Edad del Bronce, en torno al año 1.500 a.C. se produjo un desarrollo muy rápido en la tecnología de fabricación de vidrio en Egipto y Mesopotamia. Se han encontrado lingotes de vidrio coloreado, vasijas y una gran cantidad de cuentas de distintos tamaños. El mundo helenístico y el romano fueron grandes consumidores de vidrio. Se han encontrado objetos de vidrio en todo el Imperio Romano destinados a muchísimos usos, desde el doméstico al funerario pasando por el industrial o el comercial. A los romanos les encantaba el vidrio, por lo que lo produjeron industrialmente en multitud de talleres repartidos por todo el imperio. Fueron los romanos quienes inventaron las ventanas de vidrio, hoy omnipresentes en todo el mundo, y quienes desarrollaron al máximo la técnica del mosaico, un arte decorativo con el que ornamentaban paredes y suelos. Componían los mosaicos con unas pequeñas piezas llamadas teselas que a menudo estaban hechas de vidrio coloreado. Los romanos de oriente, comúnmente conocidos como bizantinos, siguieron trabajando el vidrio alumbrando con él algunas de las obras de arte más famosas de la historia. En la edad media el vidrio siguió empleándose. A partir del siglo XI las técnicas de fabricación mejoraron y eso hizo posible la aparición de las grandiosas vidrieras de las catedrales góticas de Europa Occidental que alcanzaron su cumbre en la Santa Capilla de París. Para entonces el vidrio se había convertido ya en un elemento fundamental en la construcción y la decoración. En el siglo XIII, la isla de Murano, cercana a Venecia, se convirtió en uno de los principales centros de fabricación de vidrio. Los vidrieros de Murano desarrollaron el denominado “cristallo”, un vidrio transparente bautizado así por su parecido con el cristal natural. El vidrio no es propiamente un cristal, sino un sólido amorfo, pero se nos asemeja a cristales naturales como el cuarzo, de ahí que a veces nos refiramos a él como cristal. A finales del siglo XVII, Bohemia se sumó a Murano como centro vidriero de Europa, luego llegarían fábricas de vidrios finos en otros países como Inglaterra, España o Francia, fábricas a las que no les faltaba el trabajo porque los grandes palacios dieciochescos consumían mucho vidrio para sus ventanales, espejos y decoración. La revolución industrial permitió que el vidrio se abaratase tanto que dejó de ser un bien preciado y relativamente escaso. El mundo actual está lleno de vidrio. No solemos advertirlo, pero interactuamos con él a todas horas y su precio es tan bajo que ni siquiera le damos valor. En nuestras ciudades abundan los edificios tapizados de vidrio, está en los objetivos de nuestras cámaras fotográficas, en nuestras gafas y en las pantallas de nuestros dispositivos electrónicos. Para que lleguen hasta ahí ha hecho falta un viaje de seis mil años que vamos a ver hoy en La ContraHistoria. En El ContraSello: - Historia de Francia contemporánea - Las órdenes religiosas Bibliografía: - "How Glass Changed the World" de Seth C. Rasmussen - https://amzn.to/3c1UmfO - "Technology And Culture In Greek And Roman Antiquity" de S. 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Soundscapes: Epcot's Italy Pavilion ----- Want More Here With The Magic? Visit The Website: https://herewiththemagic.com Watch Here: https://www.youtube.com/HereWithTheMagic Watch the corresponding video for this Soundscape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmigYG8vsK0 Connect on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/herewiththemagic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/herewiththemagic/ -- Inspired by the historic promenade known as the Piazza San Marco, the Italy Pavilion is an uncanny replica of Venice. Positioned in the heart of EPCOT's World Showcase, the elegant stone archways of Doge's Palace and the iconic Campanile are easily distinguishable amongst the pyramids and pagodas of the other represented nations. They are time-honored and steadfast, resilient as the people who call the Adriatic coastal city their home. They have known what it means to persevere, to greet each new day as an opportunity to celebrate life, and to find joy in the midst of their circumstances, whatever they might be. And so it is through that lens that we explore this pavilion today, with all its colors and textures and intricate details. Everywhere we look, there are spaces that seem designed for quiet moments of reflection. Hidden alcoves and stairways to nowhere ignite our curiosity, while verandas climbing with vines inspire thoughts of Shakespearean romance. Fountains and porticos crowned with exquisite tiles and mythological statues speak through the intervening centuries. Here, every moment is a chance to engage in the rich and enduring culture that has made Italy the object of wanderlust for generations. Italians are a people with a knack for taking something simple and creating something enchanting. Terraces and tables laden with handmade pastas, wood-fired pizzas, and indulgent layers of tiramisu, are a mouthwatering tribute to this affinity. And every clink of a glass, twirl of a fork, and shout of “Saluti” is a swell of sound that lets us know we're being welcomed into somewhere special, somewhere unforgettable. Perhaps we'll enjoy an affogato from the courtyard steps, while Sergio the masterful, miming juggler entertains us with another captivating performance. Then maybe we'll stroll along the Venetian canals, making our way from footbridge to footbridge, listening to the water lap against the gondolas, as the sun begins to set in the distance. That's the Magic of Italy - a slower, more intentional way of life. So be Here in the pervasive joy of this place. Discover it, get lost in it, let it fill you with music and laughter and something ridiculously delicious. Enjoy the Sweetness of Doing Nothing, in this wonderful and beautiful pavilion.
We move forward with two more Episodes from the Australian radio adaptation of "The Adventures of Marco Polo" produced, directed, and starring George Edwards. Produced in the late 1930's and distributed worldwide via 16" transcription disks, this outstanding series was hear around the world. Based on Marco Polo's journey to Asia in the 13th Century. Epi 27: Achimet and Vanchu Plot Against Kubla Khan and Epi 28: Poisoning the Venetians are edited back to back. This track will be added to the "Adventures of Marco Polo" Playlist on this podcast that originates on Soundcloud.com.
It's monsoon season in Las Vegas. Storms have caused damage inside some of the hotel casinos. We have a recap. Plus, U2 is announced as the first residency at the MSG Sphere when it opens in 2023. The $1.8 billion arena sits next to the Venetian. Bellagio's Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is now offering a dining experience like no other! Details about the debut of The Garden Table. Calvin Harris is making a one time appearance at XS nightclub at the Wynn Las Vegas. Toca Madera opens at Aria and could be the next celebrity hot spot. Lisa Vanderpump's new restaurant and lounge at Paris is bringing in the crowds! Dayna checks out Gordon Ramsay Steak. In tips, Sean hits a vintage record store and Dayna has dessert at the bar at Mon Ami Gabi. Support the show
In this week's episode of Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast, host Jon Steinberg shares his list of 10 destination resorts to satisfy any long weekend in Las Vegas. His list includes: New York, New York, Resorts World, Golden Nugget, MGM Grand, Caesar's Palace, The Mirage, The Wynn, The Venetian, The Cosmopolitan and the Bellagio.Instagram: @livinginthesprawlpodcastEmail: email@example.comWebsite: www.livinginthesprawlpodcast.comCheck out our favorite CBD gummy company...it helps us get better sleep and stay chill. Use code "SPRAWL" for 20% off. https://www.justcbdstore.com?aff=645Check out Goldbelly for all your favorite US foods to satisfy those cravings or bring back some nostalgia. Our favorites include Junior's Chessecakes from New York, Lou Malnati's deep dish pizza from Chicago and a philly cheesesteak from Pat's. Use the link https://goldbelly.pxf.io/c/2974077/1032087/13451 to check out all of the options and let them know we sent you.Use code "SPRAWL" for (2) free meals and free delivery on your first Everytable subscription.Support the podcast and future exploration adventures. We are working on unique perks and will give you a shout out on the podcast to thank you for your contribution!Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast is on Podfanhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/sprawlSupport the show
Some of Europe's least-expensive foods are also its tastiest: pizza in Naples, Venetian cicchetti, barnacles in Portugal, Vienna's open-faced sandwiches, Turkish pide, and tapas in Spain. For European travel information, visit https://www.ricksteves.com.
Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet with Ryan Mawson for a trivia quiz with topics including Television, Candy, Geography, Art History, 90's Video Games, Ancient Greece, Famous Racehorses, Disney Songs and more! Round One CANDY - Which brand of candy's name is based on the German word for peppermint? AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE - What two letters in American Sign Language require movement? BREAKING BAD - In the show Breaking Bad, the company Grey Matter was a combination of Walter White and what other name? FAMOUS INVENTIONS - In first-century Greece, Hero of Alexandria invented the first coin-operated vending machine, which would dispense what? GEOGRAPHY - Which sovereign state is the second-smallest in the world (behind Vatican City) and also touts the shortest coastline? ART HISTORY - Author of 1967's Scum Manifesto, which feminist shot and nearly-killed Andy Warhol? Round Two GREEK MYTHOLOGY - Which tragic and complex figure of Greek mythology became the King of Thebes after solving the Sphinx's riddle of "What walks on four legs in the morning, two in the afternoon and three in the evening?" 90'S VIDEO GAMES - In 1992, who became the only Simpsons character other than Bart to have their own video game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System? CHEMISTRY - Haim Wiseman, a Zionist leader and the first president of Israel, developed a bacterial fermentation to develop what chemical which later helped the British make ammunition during World War I, giving them the leg up? HISTORICAL FIGURES - What famous Venetian adventurer and womanizer was, according to his memoirs, imprisoned as a magician, a director of the Paris state lotteries, knighted in the Netherlands, a spy for Louis XV, and a librarian in Bohemia? FAMOUS RACEHORSES - What racehorse won 20 of 21 races in its career, was honored in 1920 alongside Babe Ruth as outstanding athlete of the year by the New York Times and would inspire the name of a heavy metal band in the 1980's (who themselves have broken the Guiness World Record for loudest performance three times)? TV OPENING CREDITS - What aggressive animal is heavily featured in the opening credits of the hit TV show Northern Exposure? Rate My Question TV CHARACTER NAMES - Though spelled differently, what first and last name are shared by a white teenage midwestern stoner from a 1990s FOX sitcom and a brilliant black neurologist on a late 2000s FOX drama? Final Questions FAMOUS ACTORS - Name three actors that connect the TV shows Community and Breaking Bad. DISNEY SONGS - Released in 1992, what was the first Disney song to ever win the Grammy award for "Song of the Year"? OLYMPICS - Cassius Clay, later Muhammad Ali, won the Light Heavyweight Boxing Gold Medal at the Rome olympics in what year? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges July 27th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EST June 28th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollie's Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EST August 13th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 6:00 pm EST You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Gil, Tim, Tommy, Adam, Brandon, Blake Thank you, Team Captains – Kristin & Fletcher, Aaron, Matthew, David Holbrook, Mo, Lydia, Rick G, Skyler Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Elyse, Kaitlynn, Frank, Trent, Nina, Justin, Katie, Ryan, Robb, Captain Nick, Grant, Ian, Tim Gomez, Rachael, Moo, Rikki, Nabeel, Jon Lewis, Adam, Lisa, Spencer, Luc, Hank, Justin P., Cooper, Sarah, Karly, Lucas, Mike K., Cole, Adam Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Mike J., Mike C., Efren, Steven, Kenya, Dallas, Issa, Paige, Allison, Kevin & Sara, Alex, Loren, MJ, HBomb, Aaron, Laurel, FoxenV, Sarah, Edsicalz, Megan, brandon, Chris, Alec, Sai, Nathan, Tim, Andrea, Ian If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support." Special Guest: Ryan Mawson.
Medieval and Renaissance Cyprus was a fascinating place of ethnic, cultural, and religious encounters. Following almost nine centuries of Byzantine rule, Cyprus was conquered by the Crusaders in 1191, becoming (until 1571) the most important stronghold of Latin Christianity in the Eastern Mediterranean—first under the Frankish dynasty of the Lusignans, and later under the Venetians. Modern historiographical readings of Cypriot identity in medieval and early modern times have been colored by British colonialism, Greek nationalism, and Cyprocentric revisionism. Although these perspectives have offered valuable insights into the historical experience of Latin-ruled Cypriots, they have partially failed to capture the dynamics of non-coercive resistance to domination, and of identity preservation and adaptation. Orthodox Cyprus under the Latins, 1191–1571 (Lexington Books, 2018) readdresses the question of Cypriot identity by focusing on the Greek Cypriots, the island's largest community during the medieval and early modern period. By bringing together theories from the fields of psychology, social anthropology, and sociology, this study explores continuities and discontinuities in the Byzantine culture and religious tradition of Cyprus, proposing a new methodological framework for a more comprehensive understanding of Cypriot Orthodoxy under Crusader and Venetian rule. A discussion of fresh evidence from hitherto unpublished primary sources enriches this examination, stressing the role of medieval and Renaissance Cyprus as cultural and religious province of the Byzantine and post-Byzantine Orthodox world. Chrysovalantis Kyriacou (Ph.D.) is a lecturer in Ecclesiastical History at the Theological School at the church of Cyprus. He earned his Ph.D. in history at Royal Holloway, University of London, and has also taught at the University of Cyprus. His area of specialty is late antique, Byzantine, medieval, and early modern history and culture, focusing on the role of Cyprus as a place of ethnoreligious encounter, interaction, and contention. Evan Zarkadas (MA) is an independent scholar of European and Medieval history and an educator. He received his master's in history from the University of Maine focusing on Medieval Europe, the Eastern Mediterranean, medieval identity, and ethnicity during the late Middle Ages. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Medieval and Renaissance Cyprus was a fascinating place of ethnic, cultural, and religious encounters. Following almost nine centuries of Byzantine rule, Cyprus was conquered by the Crusaders in 1191, becoming (until 1571) the most important stronghold of Latin Christianity in the Eastern Mediterranean—first under the Frankish dynasty of the Lusignans, and later under the Venetians. Modern historiographical readings of Cypriot identity in medieval and early modern times have been colored by British colonialism, Greek nationalism, and Cyprocentric revisionism. Although these perspectives have offered valuable insights into the historical experience of Latin-ruled Cypriots, they have partially failed to capture the dynamics of non-coercive resistance to domination, and of identity preservation and adaptation. Orthodox Cyprus under the Latins, 1191–1571 (Lexington Books, 2018) readdresses the question of Cypriot identity by focusing on the Greek Cypriots, the island's largest community during the medieval and early modern period. By bringing together theories from the fields of psychology, social anthropology, and sociology, this study explores continuities and discontinuities in the Byzantine culture and religious tradition of Cyprus, proposing a new methodological framework for a more comprehensive understanding of Cypriot Orthodoxy under Crusader and Venetian rule. A discussion of fresh evidence from hitherto unpublished primary sources enriches this examination, stressing the role of medieval and Renaissance Cyprus as cultural and religious province of the Byzantine and post-Byzantine Orthodox world. Chrysovalantis Kyriacou (Ph.D.) is a lecturer in Ecclesiastical History at the Theological School at the church of Cyprus. He earned his Ph.D. in history at Royal Holloway, University of London, and has also taught at the University of Cyprus. His area of specialty is late antique, Byzantine, medieval, and early modern history and culture, focusing on the role of Cyprus as a place of ethnoreligious encounter, interaction, and contention. Evan Zarkadas (MA) is an independent scholar of European and Medieval history and an educator. He received his master's in history from the University of Maine focusing on Medieval Europe, the Eastern Mediterranean, medieval identity, and ethnicity during the late Middle Ages. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From the sixteenth century through to the end of the eighteenth century, the Venetian government and the Roman Catholic Church jointly established a tribunal to repress heresy throughout the Republic of Venice. The inquisition also intervened in cases of sacrilege, apostasy, prohibited books, superstition, and witchcraft.In this episode of Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb talks to Professor Nicholas Davidson about his deep research into the Venetian archives, which sheds new light on the nature of religious belief in early modern Italy and the activities the Venetian Inquisition sought to prevent.For this episode, the Senior Producer was Elena Guthrie. It was researched by Esther Arnott, edited by Thomas Ntinas and produced by Rob Weinberg.For more Not Just The Tudors content, subscribe to our Tudor Tuesday newsletter here >If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today!To download, go to Android > or Apple store > See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, Josh and Roy pack some quick hitting Moose & Lobsta joints and and rip into the headlines. After that, the boys share some hot takes about Jewish desserts and then decipher the #1 way to consume cannabis. Later, the boys turn on the random number generator and umpack one of the top 50 Jewish jokes. Finally, they share their pro tips!Want to know what we've smoked on past episodes? Want to send us a voice message for us to play on the show? Do you need merch or want to leave us a review?WonderingJewsPodcast.com! While you're reading this, help us grow the show! Check out our new $1/month Big Spender level, and of course our $4.20/month Tokin' Supporter, and $10/month Bubbe Kush levels on Patreon!And if you dig the show, please leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter: @JewsWondering and become our besties on Facebook: @JewsWondering.Headlines from this episode:Minnesota legalizes low-dose pot edibles, to the surprise of GOP legislatorNew York jeweler reports precious Torah stolen at Venetian hotel in Las VegasU.S. Sen. Ron Wyden Says He Hopes for Cannabis Banking Reform Bill Before August Congressional RecessInaccurate strain names, poor labeling hinder marijuana industry, study showsHere Comes The Bride—And She's A Little StonedJewish Journal - MarketplaceWonderingJewsPodcast.com!
Boomer, Brandon, and Alli discuss David Lean's 1955 Venetian melodrama Summertime, starring a lovelorn Katharine Hepburn https://swampflix.com/ 00:00 Welcome 03:17 First Blood (1982) 07:04 Dirty Dancing (1987) 08:56 Speed (1994) 10:00 Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) 12:05 Angus T. Ambrose, Jr. 17:35 The Hudsucker Proxy (1994) 19:40 Bad Ronald (1974) 26:00 The Sandlot (1993) 30:22 Downton Abbey: A New Era (2022) 32:40 Mothering Sunday (2022) 35:55 Far from the Madding Crowd (2015) 37:45 A Room with a View (1985) 42:51 Summertime (1955)
Full Text of ReadingsMonday of the Sixteenth Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 395All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Camillus de LellisHumanly speaking, Camillus was not a likely candidate for sainthood. His mother died when he was a child, his father neglected him, and he grew up with an excessive love for gambling. At 17, he was afflicted with a disease of his leg that remained with him for life. In Rome he entered the San Giacomo Hospital for Incurables as both patient and servant, but was dismissed for quarrelsomeness after nine months. He served in the Venetian army for three years. Then in the winter of 1574, when he was 24, Camillus gambled away everything he had—savings, weapons, literally down to his shirt. He accepted work at the Capuchin friary at Manfredonia, and was one day so moved by a sermon of the superior that he began a conversion that changed his life. He entered the Capuchin novitiate, but was dismissed because of the apparently incurable sore on his leg. After another stint of service at San Giacomo, he came back to the Capuchins, only to be dismissed again, for the same reason. Again, back at San Giacomo, his dedication was rewarded by his being made superintendent. Camillus devoted the rest of his life to the care of the sick. Along with Saint John of God he has been named patron of hospitals, nurses, and the sick. With the advice of his friend Saint Philip Neri, he studied for the priesthood and was ordained at the age of 34. Contrary to the advice of his friend, Camillus left San Giacomo and founded a congregation of his own. As superior, he devoted much of his own time to the care of the sick. Charity was his first concern, but the physical aspects of the hospital also received his diligent attention. Camillus insisted on cleanliness and the technical competence of those who served the sick. The members of his community bound themselves to serve prisoners and persons infected by the plague as well as those dying in private homes. Some of his men were with troops fighting in Hungary and Croatia in 1595, forming the first recorded military field ambulance. In Naples, he and his men went onto the galleys that had plague and were not allowed to land. He discovered that there were people being buried alive, and ordered his brothers to continue the prayers for the dying 15 minutes after apparent death. Camillus himself suffered the disease of his leg through his life. In his last illness, he left his own bed to see if other patients in the hospital needed help. Reflection Saints are created by God. Parents must indeed nurture the faith in their children; husbands and wives must cooperate to deepen their baptismal grace; friends must support each other. But all human effort is only the dispensing of divine power. We must all try as if everything depended on us. But only the power of God can fulfill the plan of God—to make us like himself. Saint Camillus de Lellis is the Patron Saint of: Hospitals Nurses Healthcare workers Sick Click here to meet seven lesser-known Catholic saints! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
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Born in Mirano, Italy, Emilio Santini comes from a family with centuries of tradition in glass. With skills in the areas of lampworking, glassblowing, casting and diamond point engraving, he has taught primarily torchworking at many of the major glass schools in the US including Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington, Penland School of Craft, Bakersville, North Carolina, and Pittsburgh Glass Center, as well as at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. Currently residing in Blacksburg, Virginia, Santini is dedicating more time to his first love – writing poetry and fiction, with a particular focus on the glass world, past and present. The product of over 500 years of glassblowing tradition, Santini's father was his first teacher. At the age of 11, Emilio was sent to work in Cenedese glass factory during the three-month summer break from school. His uncle, Giacinto Cadamuro, was his teacher during that year. For the next five years, the young Santini went back to work for three months in the same glass factory but with different masters, including “Petà” and “Mamaracio”. At 17, Emilio's father started teaching him lampworking, an activity that became the primary focus of his career as a glass educator. Santini spent nearly 10 years refining his skills before — after four summers of persistent courtship during her studies in Venice — he married Theresa Johansson and moved to her family home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Without the close family and workshop connections that helped him so much in Murano, Santini struggled to sell his work. He failed to grasp the much more demanding and decentralized nature of the sprawling American art glass market, and the couple returned to Murano. In 1988, Santini moved with his wife to Williamsburg, Virginia, where he established a small lampworking studio. He made his third and final attempt to immigrate to the US when his wife was hired at William and Mary. During this period, the artist received a call from Peninsula Glass Guild co-founder Ali Rogan, who tracked him down after stumbling across one of his impressive works in a small York County craft shop. With her encouragement, Santini entered the Guild's annual juried show, where he not only won top prize, but so impressed the juror — a nationally prominent Washington, D.C.-area gallery owner — that she bought his piece and gave him a solo show. Also during this time, Santini received his first invitation to conduct a demonstration before an audience of collectors, gallery owners and other glass artists at Penland School of Craft. That's when he knocked on the door of internationally known Studio Glass pioneer, Harvey Littleton, who was so impressed with his unexpected guest from Murano that he invited him in for an eye-opening 3-hour conversation. Santini says: “Up until then, I really had no idea of what to do with glass beside production and fine design. I didn't know about making art objects.” Over the past few years, Santini has concentrated primarily on sculpture and creating pieces that incorporate cast, blown and lampworked elements, along with metal and stone. These represent a major shift in his work, though many of these pieces had their genesis as sketches or models made throughout his creative life. Most recently, the artist has turned his focus to the written word, both prose and poetry, to which he dedicates considerable time and energy. Since venturing out on his own 34 years ago, Santini has combined his production and fine design work with one-of-kind art objects and sculpture to become widely recognized as one of the top lampworkers in the country. His work can be found in numerous private collections and museums such as the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York; The Ca' Pesaro Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Venice, Italy; the Sheffield Museum, England; the Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia; and many others. He's blended his superlative technical expertise with his humor, imagination and friendliness to become a nationally known teacher at Virginia Commonwealth University as well as the workshop circuit. What has been the secret to Santini's success? He knows Venetian techniques so well, but instead of being secretive about them, he's generously shared his talents with students, collectors and glass lovers around the globe.
Do you know the difference between plaster versus render for your walls? Maybe you're curious about opting for natural wall finishes in your home, such as Tadelakt or Venetian plaster, but not sure what's involved? Or how the choices you make can have a direct impact on your health and wellbeing? This episode is for you. Come listen to Karmin Kenny of Mineral Fox explain everything you need to know about these traditional natural finishes, as well as the beauty and benefits they bring to your home. Order my new book! https://smarturl.it/StyleNatalieWalton Podcast shownotes: https://www.nataliewalton.com/podcast/67 Connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nataliewalton Connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenataliewalton
In the final episode of our series on Palladio we discussed four of his great church designs: The facade of San Francesco della Vigna The monastery church of San Giorgio Maggiore Il Redentore Tempietto Barbaro, at Maser For the images accompanying this episode, check out the video version on Youtube. We hope you have enjoyed this series! Let us know what you'd like to see us discuss next Edited by Matthew Lloyd Roberts. Support the show on Patreon to receive bonus content for every show. Please rate and review the show on your podcast store to help other people find us! Follow us on twitter // instagram // facebook We're on the web at aboutbuildingsandcities.org
Clayton Fletcher discusses his epic downswing thus far in his big Vegas summer. Also discussed are the great time had by all at Lake Las Vegas Water Sports and the upcoming Charity Series of Poker event at the Palms on July 3rd. And of course, a hand that Clayton played in the Wynn's $1,600 $2 Million Guaranteed event last week.Visit www.charityseriesofpoker.orgVisit www.tournamentpokeredge.com