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A great story for family and younger listeners and entertaining for all. Bored with the confines of his cage, Harry the Hamster manages to stow away and free himself for adventure. Written by: Patricia Keiller Illustrated by: Anna Krupa Narrator, Mark, Lucy, Pip: Blake Benlan Topaz, Tomasina: Katelin Curtis Music : Andrew Manos and Daniel French at Fishbonius Sound Design Production, editing, mixing, sound design and mastering: Daniel French at Fishbonius Sound Design
Before Columbus had even set foot in America, medieval Europe and the Islamic Middle East already had a long history in trading and exploiting slaves. An important branch of the slave trade involved buying captives from the shores of the Black Sea and trafficking them through the Mediterranean to the commercial cities of Italy or to Egypt, where many of them became slave soldiers or even rulers (called "Mamluks"). We discuss the history of the trade, who these thousands of slaves were and what became of them with Hannah Barker of Arizona State University, author of "That Most Precious Merchandise: The Mediterranean Trade in Black Sea Slaves, 1260-1500." Image: Pillar capital with sculpted faces of foreign peoples, including Turk and Tatar, Doge's Palace, Venice. Please support this podcast to hear all patron-only materials, such as "History of the United States in 100 Objects" -- www.patreon.com/user?u=5530632 New website! -- www.historiansplaining.com
An update from the Recall LA County DA George Gascon Desk with former LA County DA Steve Cooley. More on the proposal for universal healthcare in California. Kamala Harris was asked if she will be on the ticket in 2024. Venice was named the most dangerous beach in the country.
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Joe and Andy open the show discussing old Venice homeless stories and Taco Bell's Lover's Pass. Next they break down the Bengals curse and preview the Raiders matchup. They continue the NFL discussion previewing and predicting each playoff game. They finish the show with DirtBall calls and Ruther gives a step by step of his famous 'Breakfast Scramble.' www.millerlite.com/dirtysports www.Sportsbook.FanDuel.com - Promo Code "Dirty" Subscribe on YouTube - www.youtube.com/DirtySports Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thedirtysports/ Follow us on Twitter - www.twitter.com/thedirtysports Follow Andy Ruther on IG - www.instagram.com/AndyRuther/ Follow Joe Praino on IG - www.instagram.com/JoePraino/
Cristi Christensen is a Global Embodiment Leader whose mission is to empower women and expand their definitions of yoga and well-being! She's the creator of Soul Fire, a unique style of yoga that incorporates dance, meditation and mudra practices to awaken and empower you. Additionally, she's the co-founder of the Asia-based Kirana Yoga School and US-based Deep Exhale, a transformational experience merging the worlds of breath, music & movement. Cristi's first book, Chakra Rituals: Awakening the Wild Woman Within, written in 2021, is a self-help guide that makes the ancient science of Chakras accessible through a seven-week step-by-step program. For 10 years, Cristi served as the Director of the internationally renowned Exhale Center for Sacred Movement in Venice, CA. Cristi's leadership corresponded with the studio's rise to fame, as it became the epicenter of yoga and set the foundation for yoga in the Western world. She's taught in 20 countries around the globe to tens of thousands of women.Find Cristi at-IG- cristi_christensenhttps://www.cristichristensen.com/https://www.chakraritualsbook.com/Visit us! Check us out at https://www.myboundlessbody.com/
Natalie opens the show describing her Shabbat, how her children were all home, fighting and laughing and being together. It was "magical" and beautiful. Natalie and her husband just sat back and watched. That's what happens when you raise your children in Israel.....they grow up together in a new culture, strong, opinionated, close. First guest Avraham Venismach originally from Venice, California who made his first trip to Israel at 17 in 1978, and returned 25 years later with his family. Avraham discusses the hardships and blessings of life in Israel. Next guest Chana Zaiden who made aliyah with her family from N. Hollywood, California in 2004 at the age of 13. Chana describes her difficulties moving here as a teen, the academic differences at the time, and how she handled things. Today Chana is happily married with two children. Today Avraham lives in Katzrin and works with a pre-army mechinah specifically tailored for non-Israelis, to get them acclimated to Israeli life. idfprep.org Returning Home 09JAN2022 - PODCAST
Our next guests are 2 of my favorite composers in LA! They teamed up to craft a synth-infused score for the vampire horror-thriller Night Teeth for Netflix, the action-packed movie is the biggest project the co-composers have tackled yet, with wall-to-wall music and a gritty soundtrack that is essentially a roadmap of Los Angeles. Directed by Adam Randall, the film stars Jorge Lendeborg Jr. as a working college student tasked with chauffeuring two mysterious young women (Debby Ryan and Lucy Fry) around Los Angeles for a night on the town. But all is not as it seems, and he's soon dropped into a sprawling underground of vampiric tribes on the verge of a covert war. The film also stars Raúl Castillo, Alfie Allen, Alexander Ludwig, Sydney Sweeney, and Megan Fox. The composers also have noted that the music is geographically influenced, with each city within Los Angeles having its own signature sound and introducing a new character. Locations featured in the film include Boyle Heights, Hollywood, Downtown LA, and Venice among several others. The composer are... Drum & Lace and Ian Hultquist --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/composertalk/support
Nguyễn Hoàng Điệp là gương mặt nổi bật trong số các nhà làm phim độc lập tại Việt Nam. Chị là đạo diễn, nhà sản xuất phim và chủ nhân của Ơ Kìa Hà Nội - không gian sáng tạo đầy chất nghệ thuật giữa lòng thủ đô.Chị từng góp mặt vào các dự án phim điện ảnh và truyền hình lớn, trong đó phim Đập cánh giữa không trung từng đoạt giải Phim hay nhất tại Tuần phê bình phim quốc tế Venice 2014. Trong hành trình theo đuổi điện ảnh, chị đã phải lựa chọn và bỏ lại những gì để bảo vệ đến cùng sự riêng bản và cái tôi nghệ thuật của mình? Hãy cùng host Thùy Minh lắng nghe những tâm sự của đạo diễn Nguyễn Hoàng Điệp trong Have A Sip lần này nhé. Cảm ơn nhãn hàng The Glenlivet đã đồng hành cùng Have A Sip. Hãy cùng The Glenlivet phá vỡ những giới hạn truyền thống để DÁM RIÊNG BẢN và ghi dấu ấn cá nhân theo cách của bạn. Đừng quên bạn có thể xem bản video của cuộc trò chuyện này trên YouTube.Và đọc những bài viết thú vị trên website của Vietcetera tại đây.
On Episode 30 of Fangoria's COLORS OF THE DARK Elric and Bekah discuss YELLOWJACKETS, Del Toro's NIGHTMARE ALLEY, THE SCARY OF SIXTY-FIRST and NOSFERATU IN VENICE. The duo then welcome the screenwriter of FREAKY, Michael Kennedy to discuss his love of the SCREAM franchise, it's legacy and influence on the genre and they each pick their top 3 post -SCREAM slashers!
Mike Jeffcoat kicks off the show with fishing updates in Venice, Louisiana. James Plaag joins the show to recap his weekend fishing. Sharky Marquez recaps his weekend on fishing & scheduling his guide crew for fishing in the Galveston area. Blaine Friermood concludes the show with updates from his ranch in South Texas.
Today I'm joined by Randall Okita & Skyler Davenport to discuss IFC Midnight's SEE FOR ME. The film is a home-invasion thriller with a blind protagonist - starring visually impaired actor Skyler Davenport in their feature film debut - connected to a new phone app as her only way to survive. An engrossing, nail-biting and entertaining as hell game of cat-and-mouse. IN THEATERS AND EVERYWHERE YOU RENT MOVIES JANUARY 7th, 2022 For more information go to https://www.seeforme.movie Randall Okita is an artist and filmmaker known for creating work that involves rich visual language and innovative approaches to storytelling. His work has been shown in group and solo exhibitions, awarded internationally, and screened around the world. Recent work includes directing the feature film SEE FOR ME (premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival), writing and creating the virtual reality experience “The Book of Distance” (Sundance, Venice, Tribeca) with the National Film Board of Canada, and showing A Place Between, a solo exhibition of artwork at the Prince Takamado Gallery in Tokyo. Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Okita lives and works in Toronto and Japan. Skyler Davenport is a visually impaired actor on the spectrum. (Born Kathrine Davenport, Skyler identifies as non-binary and changed their legal name after having 'top' surgery, as it is referred to in the LGBTQ community.) Skyler suffered neurological vision loss due in part to a rare condition caused by genetic mutation known as hemiplegic migraines, which mimic a stroke and affect approximately 0.01% of the population. After one of these attacks morphed into a stroke in 2012, Skyler suffered permanent vision loss and became legally blind.. Spending many years in hospitals and specialist offices as they re-learned to do daily activities, Skyler eventually left western medicine behind after being told to “learn braille and get a live-in assistant”.. They decided to continue to pursue a childhood dream of acting despite these new obstacles, hoping to inspire others with disabilities along the way.. Coming from a massive background in voice-over for video games and cartoons such as "Final Fantasy," "Pokemon," and many others, the transition to screen has been a harmonious one. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/followingfilms/support
Third episode of the miniseries looking at the history of some of the most important Doges in the History of the Venetian Republic, part of the wider Rulers and Monarchs of the 16th century Mediterranean & Europe. Doge Girolamo Priuli, whose rule preceded the events of the 4th Ottoman-Venetian War of Cyprus. Painting by Tintoretto (Public domain via wiki commons) Intro and Outro- Public Domain excerpts via YouTube Audio Library
“You're only the new kid in town once. I disagree with that. You're the new kid in town every six months because everyone has a short memory.” - Josh Johnston. Happy 2022, everyone! Born into a theatre family, Josh Johnston has a perspective on the industry fresh enough to start the new year right. One of the best things Josh promotes is his use of boundaries, something we all can implement more, especially since we've been so available thanks to the use of social media and Zoom. “Sometimes I think we all need that space to decompress or find out Zen,” says Johnston. “I don't do yoga and I don't meditate. So, mine is just getting away from the phone and popping back into people's lives when I'm around. And it's a big ask for a friend to just be cool with that. I like wiping my feet at the door. I don't like constantly being ‘on' and having to go to sleep and wake up with my thoughts on what I need to do to survive and be creative everyday.” Josh is a self proclaimed superfan of Dear Multi-Hyphenate and can quote many of the guests in previous episodes. He has a factual brain full of memories, facts, and statistics. I've tried to get him on the podcast before, but he's declined until now, thanks to him entering a part of his career where he is actively producing, writing, and performing – especially now that his Radio Play Revival featuring Samuel L. Jackson, Jessica Chastain, Boyd Gaines, and more has been released. On this episode, we follow the themes of doing what you know, understanding who you are, establishing boundaries to protect yourself and your art, making an art out of a trade, studying and applying craft, moving from coast to coast, and Josh's wild relationships with for now jobs – like working the National Hot Dog Eating Championship. And students of the theatre listening to this episode? There are a lot of good nuggets to take away! “I cannot sing Golden Age musical theatre eight times a week,” says Johnston. “I would be putting hundreds of people at risk. I'm wasting their time and their money and resources. There are better people for that job than me… and I know that. There are other things I can do.” Josh Johnston's Radio Play Revival features great American actors performing great American works of literature. Performed by both established and new-and-emerging performers, musicians, and writers, Radio Play Revival pays homage to the golden age of radio, in the now-second golden age of audio. Josh Johnston is an actor and a writer, and now producer and director. Onstage, Josh toured with The Acting Company in their 40th season (Hamlet; Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (directed by John Rando)), and has worked regionally; selected regional works include: The Merchant of Venice & Henry VIII at Valley Shakespeare Festival in Connecticut, The Cradle Will Rock in NYC (The Acting Company benefit at The Jacobs Theatre), and 5 shows at The Ravinia Festival in Illinois, including Passion, A Little Night Music (professional stage debut back in 2001!), and Annie Get Your Gun, all 5 Ravinia shows directed by Lonny Price. Josh is also a musician, playing bass at various Duplex Cabaret Theatre shows downtown, and subbing in for Billy Magnussen on guitar and vocals in Billy's former band, Reserved For Rondee, at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC. During the pandemic, Josh moved to LA where he began pursuing work in TV and film; he most recently played a supporting role in the film TO LESLIE (post-production), directed by Michael Morris, and in the past, has worked on Season 1 of the show Benders, on IFC. Josh writes screenplays and TV scripts when he is not acting, because he cannot dance or coach singers or wait tables. He's bad at all 3 of those things. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode I am talking with Mary, the legendary Mermaid sand sculpture artist of Venice Beach California. Mary is part of the fabric in this mashup of humanity along the boardwalk of Venice. She's came to Venice as a young girl and fell in love with it. An interesting story in a truly unique place.
We have our second guest hosted #togetherrun this week. Join Superstar and community member Camilla for a run around Venice in the early morning. Camilla takes us through a check in with nature, body scan, senses check in, check in mentally and emotionally and onto a conversation where we can get to know her, and talk through some of the things on her mind. Camilla starts the run at San Bortolo near Rialto, then takes us through Venice passing all of these famous sites: San Marco Santo Stefano Academia bridge Punta salute Along zattere Santa margherita San toma The photo of Camilla is from San Marco Part meditation, part reflection, part check-in, join Camilla for #togetherrun36 Tina mentioned No sponsors today, trying to keep this authentic and like really running with a friend. If you want to support Tina and the Running For Real team: Through a monthly donation on Patreon. To sign up, click here. You can share on social media and let others know about what you are loving in these together runs. You can leave a review on iTunes. Thanks for listening! We know there are so many podcasts you could be listening to, but we are honored you have chosen Running For Real. If you appreciate the work that we do, here are a few things you can do to support us: Take a screenshot of the episode, and share it with your friends, family, and community on social media, especially if you feel that topic will relate to them. Be sure to tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram Leave an honest review on iTunes or your favorite podcast player Your ratings and reviews will really help us grow and reach new people Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe, you can find out here. Thank you for joining, we look forward to hearing your thoughts.
The Flavor of Venice is cicchetti and an ombra (small glass of wine), chocolate & coffee tastings, Murano glass, Burano lace and color, gondolas. But the real question is: is Venice disappearing? Probably yes....
Ara Katz is the co-founder and co-CEO of Seed Health, a microbial sciences company pioneering applications of microbes for human and planetary health. It was her breastfeeding experience that led her to the microbiome and inspired her personal mission to explore the importance and impact of microbes. She is also a co-founder of Seed Health's environmental initiative, SeedLabs, and its first therapeutics partner company, LUCA Biologics. Ara previously co-founded and served as CMO of digital commerce company Spring, where she helped launch ApplePay on iPhone, and was on the founding team of social commerce company BeachMint. As an advisor and angel investor across health tech, ed tech, consumer, and sustainability, Ara has supported companies like RXDefine, Newness, C16 Biosciences, MindBodyGreen, Mahmee Maternal Care, Stadium Goods, and Unicycle. She is also the author of A Kids Book About Your Microbiome and lives in Venice, California with her husband and six-year-old son, Pax. To learn more about Ara Katz and the resources mentioned in this episode, visit the show notes. Follow Me On: Facebook Instagram
Venice Santa Lucia station on New Year's Eve reimagined by Cities and Memory. In this piece, the clouds of arpeggiated synth notes represent the busy travellers coming in and out of the station, while the steadier bass pulses represent the surety and predictability of a rail timetable and the practical reliability of the trains taking people home. The scene in the station on a foggy, freezing New Year's Even put us in mind of the opening of Calvino's novel If On A Winter's Night A Traveler, so we included a (disembodied) voice reading aloud from the book to bring these worlds together. The text is as follows: The novel begins in a railway station, a locomotive huffs, steam from a piston covers the opening of the chapter, a cloud of smoke hides part of the first paragraph. In the odor of the station there is a passing whiff of station café odor. There is someone looking through the befogged class, he opens the glass door of the bar, everything is misty, inside, too, as if seen by nearsighted eyes, or eyes irritated by coal dust. The pages of the book are clouded like the windows of an old train, the cloud of smoke rests on the sentences. It is a rainy evening; the man enters the bar; he unbuttons his damp overcoat; a cloud of steam enfolds him; a whistle dies away along tracks that are glistening with rain, as far as the eye can see.
New Year's Eve 2021, outside Santa Lucia train station in Venice. The bells nearest the train station are ringing for early evening mass while people hurry in and out of the station to carry on with their new year plans. We listen to the bells then head into the station, listening out for platform announcements, conversations and all the ambience you'd expect from a train station buzzing with life at the end of the year. Recorded by Cities and Memory.
From the Cows in the Field podcast, we're joined by the Khoo's to reassess Whit Stillman's 2011 comeback Damsels in Distress. We discuss Stillman's career as a whole, how auteurs depict contemporary America during the 2010s and how well the movie has aged since its TIFF and Venice premieres --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/exitingthroughthe2010s/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/exitingthroughthe2010s/support
Itinerary planning for our Italy trips is such a fun activity but sometimes we get caught up in the places and destinations we want to see rather than the experiences we want to have. Let's get you focused on those things that you'll remember fondly for years to come as we chat with Glam Italia author Corinna Cooke and discover uniquely Italian experiences to include in your Italian itinerary. You'll find full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/104 Corinna recently shared her favorite secret addresses for our members in a private podcast episode now available on replay in our members group Untold Italy Amici. Each month we publish an exclusive private podcast episode, members provide input into upcoming shows we discuss upcoming trips with fellow Italy loving travelers. Join the friends of the podcast here > untolditaly.com/amici Support the show (https://untolditaly.com/amici)
The British socialite, Ghislaine Maxwell is found guilty of helping the late financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse young girls; World Health Organisation warns of coronavirus tsunami; and one of the wonders of the modern world - the Venice lagoon flood barrier.
As 2021 comes to a close, we reflect back on the highs and lows of our reading year -- our favorite protagonists, our most surprising reads, and the characters we'd like to lock in a wine cellar under Venice. Plus, we play "To Read List Roulette," a game with some seriously high stakes. Books books books!
Jim is a Career Consultant, “Next Phase of Life” Coach and Historian with a diverse career background. After spending the first thirteen years of his career as a history teacher, he spent the next phase of his professional life in corporate America, primarily with Arthur Anderson, in various roles: operations management, finance, human resources and recruiting. Having worked with a number of people in career transition over a period of years, Jim begin a third career with Lee Hecht Harrison as a career consultant in 2001. While his primary function was to help people find their next job, an increasingly important part of his work was helping clients prepare for the “Next Phase of Life” (i.e., retirement). Jim moved into “the next phase of life” himself in 2015. He continues to work as a career/retirement consultant. He derives great pleasure from working with couples who are approaching the “next phase of life” and helping them develop a vision of what they want their life to look like after their main working years have ended. In addition, Jim spends a great deal of time pursuing his interest in history – researching, writing and lecturing. Jim has BA and MA degrees in History from Oakland University and Wayne State University. He is married with four children and four grandchildren. He travels extensively, usually building those trips around sites of specific historical interest. Recently that has included visits to the utopian communities at Oneida, NY, New Harmony, IN and Robert Owen's mills in New Lanark, Scotland; the WWI and WWII home of the British Grand Fleet at Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands; Normandy (5 trips in the past 8 years), as well as visits to the glorious cities of Venice and Calukmul, an extensive Mayan ruin in the southern Yucatan. Investment advisory services are offered through Motive Wealth Advisors, a DBA of tru Independence Asset Management, a Registered Investment Advisor with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Any material discussed is intended for informational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal or tax advice and is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified attorney or tax advisor. This information is not an offer or a solicitation to buy or sell securities. The information contained may have been compiled from third-party sources and is believed to be reliable. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: email@example.com Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with Jim Niedzinski: Website: www.motivewa.com LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jimniedzinski Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo: Plaque where once stood the ruota ("the wheel"), the place to abandon children at the side of the Chiesa della Pietà, the church of an orphanage in Venice. The plaque cites a Papal bull by Paul III dated 12 November 1548 which threatens "excommunication and maledictions" for all those who – having the means to rear a child – choose to abandon him/her instead. Such ex-communication may not be cancelled until the culprit refunds all freights incurred to raise the baby. 3/4: The Orphans of Davenport: Eugenics, the Great Depression, and the War over Children's Intelligence, by Marilyn Brookwood @MarilynBrookwo1 @wwnorton. Hardcover – July 27, 2021 https://www.amazon.com/Orphans-Davenport-Depression-Childrens-Intelligence/dp/1631494686 The fascinating―and eerily timely―tale of the forgotten, Depression-era psychologists who launched the modern science of childhood development. “Doomed from birth” was how the psychologist Harold Skeels described two toddler girls at the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home in Davenport, Iowa, in 1934. Their IQ scores, added together, totaled just 81. Following prevailing eugenic beliefs of the times, Skeels and his colleague Marie Skodak assumed that the girls had inherited their parents' low intelligence and were therefore unfit for adoption. The girls were sent to an institution for the “feebleminded” to be cared for by “moron” women. To Skeels and Skodak's astonishment, under the women's care, the children's IQ scores became normal. Now considered one of the most important scientific findings of the twentieth century, the discovery that environment shapes children's intelligence was also one of the most fiercely contested―and its origin story has never been told. In The Orphans of Davenport, the psychologist and esteemed historian Marilyn Brookwood chronicles how a band of young psychologists in 1930s Iowa shattered the nature-versus-nurture debate and overthrew long-accepted racist and classist views of childhood development.
Young people drink wine, eat cichetti and chat excitedly outside Cantina Do Mori in Venice in the late afternoon.
Outside Cantina Do Mori, Venice reimagined by Cristina Marras. "Field recording feels sometimes like stealing from people's most intimate moments."
Hello to you listening in Omaha, Nebraska!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is 60 Seconds - and a bit more - for Story Prompt Friday on Christmas Eve.On Christmas Eve in 1513 Fra Giovanni Giocondo wrote this letter to his friend the Countess Allagia Aldobrandeschi. It was a favorite of my mother's.Letter Written by Fra Giovanni"I am your friend and my love for you goes deep. There is nothing I can give you which you have not got, but there is much, very much, that, while I cannot give it, you can take.No heaven can come to us unless our hearts find rest in it today. Take heaven!No peace lies in the future which is not hidden in this present little instant. Take peace!The gloom of the world is but a shadow. Behind it, yet within our reach is joy. There is radiance and glory in the darkness could we but see - and to see we have only to look. I beseech you to look and take joy!Life is so generous a giver, but we, judging its gifts by the covering, cast them away as ugly, or heavy or hard. Remove the covering and you will find beneath it a living splendor, woven of love, by wisdom, with power.Welcome it, grasp it, touch the angel's hand that brings it to you. Everything we call a trial, a sorrow, or a duty, believe me, that angel's hand is there, the gift is there, and the wonder of an overshadowing presence. Our joys, too, be not content with them as joys. They, too, conceal diviner gifts.Life is so full of meaning and purpose, so full of beauty - beneath its covering - that you will find earth but cloaks your heaven.Courage, then, to claim it, that is all. But courage you have, and the knowledge that we are all pilgrims together, wending through unknown country, home.And so, at this time, I greet you. Not quite as the world sends greetings, but with profound esteem and with the prayer that for you now and forever, the day breaks, and the shadows flee away."Story Prompt: Who will you greet with joy, esteem and prayers as the day breaks? Write that story!Practical Tip: The magic of stories is also in the sharing. If you wish share your story with someone or something. All that matters is you have a story.NOTE: Born in Venice, Giocondo would become an Italian Franciscan friar, Renaissance pioneer, and more. In 1496 Giocondo was invited to France by the King and made Royal Architect. If you've ever been to Paris and walked across the beautiful bridges Pont Notre-Dame or the Petit Pont - both of these were designed by Giocondo.60 Seconds is your daily dose of hope, imagination, wisdom, stories, practical tips, and general riffing on this and that. This is the place to thrive together. Come for the stories - stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, including Android, and join us next time! You're invited to stop by the website and subscribe to stay current with Diane, her journeys, her guests, as well as creativity, imagination, walking, stories, camaraderie, and so much more: Quarter Moon Story ArtsStories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 - Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
Today we get dialed in with Bobbbaaaay, an absolute legend and incredible good vibes dude out here in Venice, California. He describes himself as a wanna be podcaster with a dream back in 2016 when he first entered the space, that's right, he was podcasting long before it was the thing to do. He refused to “just get a job” so he launched his first show, Purpose in the Youth Podcast, which focused on unfolding the stories of passionate people in hopes he'd find his own passion. He spent the next 3.5 years interviewing over 150 successful people while driving for Uber Full-time for a total of 19,002 total rides to fund his creative career. Not only did he end up finding his passion for podcasting along the way, he also was able to make a career working in the podcast space full-time. Through his current show, The Bearded Man Podcast, he's here to help you reach your inner potential as he shares the stories of people who're in pursuit of manifesting their dreams as well as having solo episodes where he dives into tactics and tricks on how we can all reach our inner potential. Before we jump into it fully, we got some huge exciting news! The Forever Athlete book is available now to preorder. Forever Athlete: Tap Into Your True Identity Daily is a collection of stories from 18 unique peak performer's journeys all found in one book. This book is intended to be a reference as you continue on your journey of self growth. You're so much more than an athlete or your physical body and this book serves as a real life resource to owning who you are. Go reserve your signed preorder copy at foreverathletela.com Connect with Bobby on IG @bobbbaaaay --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cory-camp/message
In this episode Cristi Christensen talks about how to tap into your spiritual energy, the ways to become empowered through your connection with your inner self and the benefits of maintaining a consistent practice of meditation. Background Cristi Christensen, a former elite level gymnast and platform diver trained with the US Olympic team as a young adult. Cristi's path to continuing as gymnast was shifted due to a back injury she sustained. Through healing from her injury holistically she transformed herself spiritually, mentally and emotionally. She now helps others to transform and awaken themselves physically, emotionally, and spiritually through her role as an international master yoga instructor and fitness expert. She is the creator of soul fire (a style of yoga that incorporates meditation, asana, guided and free form movement) and from 2006-2014 served as the director of the internationally renowned Exhale Center for Sacred Movement in Venice, CA, where she continues to teach yoga and Core Fusion. In 2019 she joined with Kino Macgregor to lead classes on Om stars, the first yoga tv network. She is author of the newly released book “Awakening the Wild Woman Within”, which is a self-help guide that makes the science of chakras easily accessible through a seven-day program. She has been on the covers of Yoga Journal, Om Yoga, Self, and La Yoga. Cristi has led workshops, teacher trainings and retreats across the globe. In this episode, we talk about: How Cristi became an international yoga instructor and fitness instructor How to start practicing meditation and the best way to maintain a consistent practice What are the 7 chakras and how they help you come into your full self Tips on how to be present in the here and now in order How to become empowered through the understanding of yoga The idea behind soul fire- her unique style of yoga Resources Episode Notes: bit.ly/CristiChristensen Connect with Cristi on IG: instagram/cristi_christensen Connect with Cielo on IG: instagram.com/seaandsky45 Visit Cristi's Website: cristichristensen.com Check out Cristi's book: chakraritualsbook.com Services: Are you an entrepreneur ready to take your brand to the next level? Want to increase your digital presence online so you can skyrocket your number of clients & sales? We can help YOU! Visit BLENDtw Media to learn more about our digital marketing services and send us an email to email@example.com to BOOK a F-R-E-E consultation TODAY. For more resources to help you live your BEST life, join our community on: Facebook Instagram Find more inspiring stories & higher wisdom at myvoiceourstory.com
John 1:1-5, 10-14, 16-18In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came into being. What has come into being in him was life, and the life was the light of all people. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it.He was in the world, and the world came into being through him; yet the world did not know him. He came to what was his own, and his own people did not accept him. But to all who received him, who believed in his name, he gave power to become children of God, who were born, not of blood or of the will of the flesh or of the will of man, but of God.And the Word became flesh and lived among us, and we have seen his glory, the glory as of a father's only son, full of grace and truth. From his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace. The law indeed was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. No one has ever seen God. It is God the only Son, who is close to the Father's heart, who has made him known.I want to tell you about and show you a piece of art I learned of recently. It was created by two Chinese artists named Sun Yuan and Peng Yu, who first had this particular work installed at the Guggenheim and later at another museum in Venice. This work of art is an “installation,” really, that includes a robotic arm, confined behind glass walls, like a cage, some say, and programmed to contain and clean up a constant flow of fluid that spills out from – and all around – the machine itself. Here. It's better if you just see it for yourselves…This robotic arm is “artificially intelligent” enough so that when it senses there are enough spectators around watching, it will take a moment or two to dance for those on-lookers. Like, it knows how to “shake its booty,” “scratch an itch,” and “bow and shake.” (Those are the actual names of the dance moves the artists taught the robot.) And it does all of this in ways that look surprisingly human – for a robotic arm anyway. If I understand correctly, I believe it will also stop and dance – celebrating, perhaps – at times when it senses that the fluid is appropriately under control. But then it has to get back to work, of course. It never stops for long.Of course, there are many ways to interpret all of this. And like so many artists it's hard to know exactly what Sun Yuan and Peng Yu are getting at with this particular work. Some have suggested it's a commentary on authoritarian political rule, managing borders and controlling people. Others have seen it as a comment on the nature of work in some cultures – that there is always more to be done, that we don't rest, and that when we do take a breath – to dance, for instance – we just find ourselves pressured to catch up, which is impossible to do.One interpretation that got my attention was the idea that the fluid leaking from and leaving the robot is also its life-source – that it was no mistake that the hydraulic fluid looks like blood – and that the robot needs to keep shoveling it toward itself in order to survive and that, because it stopped too much or too often to rest, or dance, or show-off for the spectators who came to watch, it was slowly dying as more and more of its life-source was lost.So I wondered about it in light of Blue Christmas and the grief or hardship or struggle – or whatever it is – that draws us together for a service like this one. That the world, at times like Christmas, especially – but most days, really – doesn't leave much room or give much permission for grieving, hardship, or struggle. And that leaves so many of us behaving like some kind of robotic arm – our emotions and our fear and our sadness and our grief looking to leak and leave and escape from our very selves, while we work so hard – so fast and furiously – so endlessly and tirelessly – to keep it all so close to the vest.And on top of it, much like the robotic arm, we do our best to dance, to perform, and to pretend for whoever's watching, that everything is okay, that we're fine, that all is well – or at least better than it really feels, deep down. And we never let too much of what we're really thinking, really feeling, really fearing or grieving or whatever, get too far away from us, too close to anyone else, so as not to make too much of a mess for them to worry about.Does any of that feel familiar or is it just me?If so, I wonder what all of that fluid represents for any one of us here, or for anyone watching from home. If that fluid was clear and a little salty, like so many tears, perhaps, what would be its source? What are we trying to keep to ourselves? To keep from escaping? To keep from our family and friends? To protect ourselves from having to share too much of with the world?I imagine that liquid stands for “fear” or “addiction” or “abuse” for some. I wonder if it means “overwhelmed,” or “secrets” or “doubt” about all of this for others. Does it represent an illness or an injustice? Is it a sadness that's brand new or one that won't go away? Is it an anger you can't quench or a forgiveness you can't extend or a concern for someone else you don't know how to address? What is it these days that we may not even have words for – so that we just keep keeping it to ourselves, shoveling it in, pulling it back, never letting it get far enough away so that we might actually let it go?See, what also got my attention about this unsettling work of art – what really connected it to Christmas for me – is its name. The artists call it “Can't Help Myself.” And I don't think it was inspired by The Four Tops. (“I can't help myself…” “Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch…”) No. “Can't Help Myself,” strikes me as something much more meaningfully connected to what God is up to at Christmas.Because God knows we're only fooling ourselves. When we stay locked up and locked away in our grief or our fear or our struggle or whatever it may be… when we keep it to ourselves… when we just keep pulling it in, never letting it get too far out of reach. When we keep dancing and performing as though all is well, we are denying the reality – and missing the chance to see – that God showed up, in Jesus, knowing that we can't help ourselves.One of the greatest gifts of God, in Jesus, in the flesh, in the end, is that God reminds us God is not some kind of artificial intelligence and that we are more than robots. And not only are we free to be just who and how God created us to be, but we are free and encouraged to feel just exactly how we are feeling at any given moment – afraid and faithful; lonely and well-loved; angry and forgiving; sinful and forgiven; grieving and hopeful. And that we were never meant to help or to save or to redeem ourselves. Because we can't.God shows up, in Jesus, to live this life we live with all of its struggle.God shows up, in Jesus, to teach us that light comes in the morning; that forgiveness is offered for sins; that what is lost can be found; that life follows death, even.God shows up, in Jesus, so that we can stop pretending and performing; so that we can stop scrambling for what seems elusive and futile; so we can see in ourselves and each other the face of this Jesus: the common ground of our humanity, the forgiveness of our sins, the light in our darkness, our life everlasting.So I hope tonight is nothing more and nothing less than a chance for us to stop dancing – to remember that our life's blood isn't escaping it is on the way, in fact.God shows up in Jesus, not to end all of our suffering and struggle, but to show us that we can share it… let it go… expose it to the light of God's love, and to help us to bear it and to forgive it and to have hope in spite of it, that it will all be redeemed – not by our efforts – but always and only by God's grace, in the end.Amen. Come, Lord Jesus.
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There are 107 bell towers in Venice. Wherever you go in the city the passage of time is measured by the echo of bells across rooftops. But the biggest bell of them all – the Marangona in St. Mark's Basilica – only stirs into sound twice a day: at midday and midnight. In this beautiful soundscape Radio 3's Slow Radio takes you from the chime of Marangona at midday, along lapping canals and whispering alleyways, across piazzas and bridges, around this evocative city, until midnight, when the deep, resonant sound of the Marangona brings the day to an end.
It's Founder Friday! Today we are going to be exploring the story of a ground breaking and standard setting Italian coffee roaster and cafe. Our guest on this last Founder Friday of 2021 is the founder of Caffe Artigianale, Francesco Sanapo! From learning the classic Italian way of coffee working for his fathers coffee bar at age 14 - to discovering specialty coffee eventually becoming a 3 time Italian Barista Champion and WBC finalist, Francesco wanted to take his knowledge of Italian coffee history and make it beautiful again through a progressive specialty lens. Since founding Ditta Artigianale in 2013 as a roastery the company now has 3 cafes and a 4th coming soon internationally and is regarded as one of the best cafes in all of Italy. In our conversation with Francesco we will be exploring his ounrey into coffee, the values and philosophy he developed over his career, and the ins and outs of how he founded and grew this wonderful coffee business. We cover: Working at his fathers cafe Italian coffee culture Respecting history and making it beautiful again Studying daily as key to success Success in competition and beginning the company First steps, challenges, and expansion philosophy Selecting staff, training, and delegating Making it all work between stores and scaling Sticking to your values How to introduce customers to specialty Links: http://dittaartigianale.it Francesco IG Ditta Artigianale IG Francesco's 2013 WBC performance Related Episodes: 205 : Inside Caffe Florian, the World's Oldest Coffee Shop ! | Venice, Italy 308 : A Conversation w/ Italian Brewers Cup Champion, Alessandro Galtieri 198 : The Evolution of the Coffee Shop w/ Prof. Jonathan Morris 252 : Founder Friday w/ Klaus Thompson of the Coffee Collective, Denmark Visit our awesome sponsors! Ground Control : Revolutionary Batch Brew Coffee! www.groundcontrol.coffee The Barista Series: Best Plant Based Beverages on Earth! www.pacificfoodservice.com
In this episode, David picks up where he left off in Part 1. He had just met Rose, whom he would eventually successfully woo. It was the heyday of roller skating, with thousands of skaters flooding Golden Gate Park on the regular. But there was a large and growing number of naysayers. Early in his San Francisco skating days, David joined Skate Patrol at the park. It's a colorful story that he tells in this episode. David and Rose got married in 1984. They were both managers at different Kentucky Fried Chicken locations around town. The company pressured managers intensely to raise profits and lower costs, which caused David to think of another way to make a living. In 1989, Rose told him to go for it with teaching skate lessons in the park. They had three kids during this time. David tells the story of how his daughter Melanie won the Red Bull national skating championship in 1998. The next year, his other daughter, Tiffany, overtook her sister ... by one point. His son, David, came to roller skating by accident, winning a spot in a contest in down in Venice and coming in seventh overall. David also shares the story of how the Church of 8 Wheels went from an ad-hoc location in Golden Gate Park to a brick-and-mortar actual former church on Fillmore Street. It started out as a one-off. Then it moved to weekly. That was eight years ago. Now, it's the Church's home and HQ. According to David, there's no Church of 8 Wheels without Burning Man. David has been going to the party in the Nevada desert for 20 years. He's got his own group there called the Long Riders. The Critical Tits contingent had asked them to essentially run security for them. We end the podcast with David reflecting on what it means to still be here in San Francisco. If you missed Part 1, please go back and listen. David is a treasure. We recorded this podcast at the Church of 8 Wheels in November 2021. Photography by Michelle Kilfeather
Glen Rogers has lived and worked in Mexico since 2000 and now splits her time between San Miguel de Allende and Mazatlan. Originally from Mississippi, she wandered between New Orleans and Gainesville, Florida where she attended the University of Florida and developed a passion for printmaking so many years ago.In the San Francisco Bay Area where she lived for 25 years, also known as Glen Rogers Perrotto, she immersed herself in the arts and developed as an organizer and curator as well as a visual artist. She co-founded Citadel Print Center and organized the San Jose ICA Monotype Marathon while a board member. In Mazatlán, she founded First Friday Artwalk, had a gallery, Luna: Arte Contemporáneo, and organized international exhibitions and artist exchanges such as Plastic Madness/Locura del Plastico which continues to travel. Glen has exhibited internationally with recent solo exhibitions at Baupres Gallery, Mazatlan; Bellas Artes, Cusco and the Bienal Int'l de Grabado in Lima, Peru; Her work was shown in Crossing Borders, Ghent, Belgium in 2019.Glen is considered a master printer with an MFA in printmaking and teaches monoprint workshops in her studio and has led Art Vacations throughout Mexico and Peru.One of her favorite pastimes is to combine travels with visiting ancient sacred sites and working in studios around the world. To this end, she has done artist residencies in Morocco; Venice, Italy; Spain and Belgium. Her book, Art & Sacred Sites: Connecting with Spirit of Place, chronicles her pilgrimages to sites around the world. Her public artworks in California, include Beacon in Campbell; Web of Life, bridge railing for City of Chico; Spirit Gate in San Jose and in Austria, Throne for a Goddess, Kunstpark St. Ruprecht/Raab.###Your hosts of Are You Waiting for Permission? are Meridith Grundei and Joseph Bennett. They're friends, co-hosts, actors, improvisers, and coaches. She lives in NYC and coaches actors, business professionals, and presenters to fully engage with their audience, and themselves. She also mentors young actors and directors. He lives in San Miguel de Allende, México, and coaches artists and other creative beings about the beautiful business of art — and life. You can find Meridith:Meridith Grundei the performer artist gal Meridith Grundei CoachingYou can find Joseph:Joseph Bennett the artist/coach extraordinaire*Special thanks to Amy Shelley and Gary Grundei of high fiction for letting us use their music for the Are You Waiting for Permission? podcast.And... while the podcast is free, it's not cheap. We'd be thrilled to have your support on PATREONThank you.
Mike Jeffcoat is on the road fishing for a couple of days, and heads back home to Venice, Louisiana. James Plaag recap his fishing week in the Galveston Area. Sharky Marquez closes out the show with a recap of fishing & being up for a long time ! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Coming off a surprise in the Champions League in which Juve finished atop its group, the squad's trip to Venice was far from anything you would describe as “good” or “enjoyable.” This week on The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss: Takeaways from the week that was — including a mention of traffic talk in Mexico. Juve dropping points from a winning position once again, this time in Venice against a club in Venezia that is trying to avoid going into the relegation zone. Max Allegri got conservative again and Juventus paid for it. The Champions League Round of 16 draw. (The second one that didn't have to be redone after the first one was clearly botched by those running the show.) Twitter questions, including ones about Paulo Dybala's contract extension and just how much of the blame does Max Allegri deserve for Juve's struggles this season. You can follow us on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. Get all of our match coverage and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Veronica Franco was a well-known and powerful courtesan in Renaissance-era Venice when she was accused of witchcraft by a man who thought she enjoyed her life too much. Our Tuesday episodes are shorter than our Friday episodes, focusing on topics we didn't think we could do a full episode on, and often sent in by you guys! There's bonus content and other perks on our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/witchesmagicmurdermystery Podcast store: https://witches-magic-murder-mystery-podcast-store.myshopify.com If you're watching us on YouTube, our channel is filled with the unedited video of our podcast recording process for each full episode, starting with episode 26. To hear a more polished presentation, look us up on your favorite podcast listening app! Source: https://allthatsinteresting.com/veronica-franco https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veronica_Franco https://www.venetoinside.com/hidden-treasures/post/veronica-franco-the-most-talked-about-woman-in-the-serenissima/ https://awomensthing.org/blog/womens-history-month-courtesan-veronica-franco/ All Witches, Magic, Murder, & Mystery episodes are a mix of Kara and Megan's personal thoughts and opinions in response to the information that is publicly available at the time of recording, as well as, in some cases, personal accounts provided by listeners. In regard to these self-reported personal accounts, there can be no assurance that the information provided is 100% accurate. If you love the Trash Witch art (see our Patreon or the Podcast store), Tiffini Scherbing of Scherbing Arts created her. Find her art page on Facebook! She can create anything you need. Check out @witchesmagicmurdermystery on Instagram, or find our Facebook group by searching “Witches, Magic, Murder, & Mystery Podcast Discussion Group.” Email every single weird story you've got to email@example.com. Get to know us better: Kara: @atoakandmain Megan: @megan_whitmer on Instagram and @meganmakesjokes on TikTok Theme music: Chloe's Lullaby by Robert Austin. Available on Spotify, Google Play, YouTube, Bandcamp, and Patreon!
Albrecht Dürer was the greatest German artist to come out of the Renaissance, whose high quality woodcuts revolutionised the potential of the medium. A spectacular exhibition at the National Gallery in London - the first major UK show of his work in nearly 20 years - charts Dürer's extensive travels to the Alps, Italy, Venice and the Netherlands, exploring how his journeys fuelled his curiosity and creativity, and increased his fame and influence across the continent. In this edition of Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb goes to the National Gallery and is joined by curator Dr. Susan Foister to tour the show and find out more about Dürer, the world he encountered and how he depicted it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.