city in northeastern Italy
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The capital city of the Piemonte region offers so much culturally, architecturally, and agriculturally (think wine and cuisine) and perhaps the best thing it offers, is definitely less crowds than Venice, Florence and Rome. Torino benefited from a rich history of regal residents over the centuries that bestowed the city with a multitude of palaces, 14 of which are under Unesco status. Palazzo Reale and Venaria Reale are higlighted in this episode.There is also the legendary story of Gianni Agnelli and the Fiat Automobile company whose Torino factory has produced these iconic cars since 1899.Gianni Agnelli, the debonair and very well tanned grandson took over in the 1960's and brought yet more attention to his beloved birthplace of Torino.Tourists from around the world do indeed visit Torino, but not to the extent the other “Greatest Hits” cities, and that alone should make you want to visit . Venaria Reale Palacehttps://lavenaria.it/enPalazzo Reale Palacehttps://museireali.beniculturali.it
MORNING HACK: Summer is coming...and the official Watermelon Growers Association has announced the foolproof way to find the perfect watermelon! PABLO MURILLO & MORRIS ELLIS - This duo teamed up to launch LA's newest and only Mexican-inspired non-alcoholic “bar” in Venice called Bar Nuda!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder
Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Martin Weiss are here for a Tuesday edition of Extra Points! The show starts off with Sal and Martin recapping their Venice trip which involved an ugly game of pickup that still have Sal and Martin tired. Next, they move on to the NFL where it was announced that the streaming service, Peacock, will host a game on Wild-Card weekend. They then get into the conference finals for the NBA and NHL, as Jokic takes on LeBron, while Jimmy Butler looks to bring the 8-seeded Heat to the NBA Finals, while on the ice, in what Minus 3 host, Kevin Hench, calls the ‘Unfrozen Four', the Conference Finals are featuring all southern markets. Finally, they wrap it up with the Bo Jackson dilemma that was featured on last week's episode of Against All Odds. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
The war/invasion/fighting is still going. We revisit our program on NFTs, art and war. Your host visits the 59th International Art Biennale in Venice, the world's most important art fair and the first since the global pandemic. Plus Digital Ukranians, Sound Art, and NFTs.
On May 15, 1501 – 522 years ago today – the first polyphonic (that is, multi-part) music printed using moveable type was released to the public by the Venice-based publisher Ottaviano dei Petrucci. (The publication features a dedication dated May 15, 1501, so we assume that this corresponds with its release date.) The publication was an anthology of works entitled Harmonice musices odhecaton A, meaning “One Hundred Pieces of Harmonic Music, Volume A”. (Volumes “B” and “C” followed in 1502 and 1503, respectively). In fact, “One Hundred Pieces of Harmonic Music, Volume A” consists of 96 (not “100”, as the title claims) instrumental works and French-language songs by some of the most famous composers of the day, as well as some anonymous works as well. Those famous composers represented in the anthology – which include Josquin de Prez, Johannes Ockeghem, Jacob Obrecht, Antoine Brumel, and Alexander Agricole – were all originally from northern France and southern Belgium: the so-called “Franco-Flemish” composers from the “oltre montani” (“the other side of the Alps”) who were so popular in Italy at the time. I am aware that that previous, opening paragraph, filled with relatively obscure Italian and Franco-Flemish names, musicological rubric, and […] The post Music History Monday: All the Music That's Fit to Print first appeared on Robert Greenberg.
Cinematographer Pawel Pogorzelski returns to Go Creative Show to discuss his latest film Beau Is Afraid and his collaboration with director Ari Aster. Pawel shares his experience filming with the Sony Venice and Rialto extension system, how he creates a cohesive palette for the film's many different looks, and the lens and lighting choices that gave Beau Is Afraid its many unique and surreal looks. We also answer audience questions and take a deep dive into how Pawel creates "vulnerability" in his cinematography. Pawel does his best to explain what the film is about, but after watching the 3-hour odyssey and our interview with Pawel, we still aren't completely sure… maybe that's the point? Regardless of your understanding, or even opinion of the movie, this interview will inspire and educate film enthusiasts and movie fans alike. Subscribe Now! What you will learn in this episode How BEAU IS AFRAID was pitched to Pawel (01:31) Camera techniques to show anxiety (06:15) Using wide lenses (12:37) The different looks of BEAU IS AFRAID (16:27) Using an LED wall for the cruise ship scenes (22:35) Why the Sony Venice was the best choice (30:46) Relationship with camera operators (37:08) Not putting yourself in a genre box with cinematography (40:11) Pawel's philosophy as a cinematographer (42:14) And more! Go Creative Show is supported by: Sony Cine For the month of May 2023, Sony is offering special financing on their entire cinema line, and extended financing on the VENICE and VENICE 2 cameras. Visit SonyCine.com for details. Subscribe + Follow Go Creative Show Twitter Facebook Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play Podcasts iHeart Radio YouTube Show Links BEAU IS AFRAID IMDb Follow Our Guest Pawel Pogorzelski's Instagram Pawel Pogorzelski's IMDb Follow Ben Consoli BC Media Productions BenConsoli.com Twitter Instagram Follow Connor Crosby (producer) Ignition Visuals' website
An insightful interview with head of home at Pinterest Matt Siberry has Kate and Sophie musing on who really sets the trends. Do the brands influence us or are we dictating how we want to decorate to the brands? Either way Matt holds the crystal ball with Pinterest insights at his finger tips that reveal what we are all pinning, the colours we will be choosing as well as a few fungi surprises! The Great Indoors goes abroad and tickets to book onto this incredible design trip to Milan and Venice in October are now live! Here is the link to follow for more details: https://www.trovatrip.com/trip/europe/italy/italy-with-sophie-kate-oct-17-2023 Don't forget you can sign up to the The Great Indoors Insiders Club, support the podcast, enjoy ad free listening – members get a news letter to accompany this episode with our top places to source beautiful vintage, pre-loved and antique pieces. You can subscribe to be an Insider here: www.thegreatindoorspodcast.com You can follow Sophie here: @sophierobinsoninteriors You can follow Kate here: @mad_about_the_house Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Relationships take work, especially when you have kids, work and life to balance! Venice and Vernon have a unique perspective to share as they are both professional therapists and parents with a passion for keeping their marriage strong while helping others in their relationships as well. Listen to today's show for their personal story and amazing, actionable tips to help you navigate your relationship better. In this episode with Vernon and Venice Moore we discuss relationship advice topics that include: How to balance a busy schedule with kids and your relationship Actionable tips to help prioritize your relationship when you're busy Balancing work life and your relationship Creating healthy boundaries in your relationship How to think about your identity as a partner, parent and individual And much more! Sponsors Hatch Rest makes sleep better and more magical for your entire family. The all-in-one Hatch Rest is a smart sleep device with a sound machine and night light that grows with your kids. Get up to 15% off your purchase of a Hatch Rest and free shipping at hatch.co/ido. Spark My Relationship Course: Get $100 off our online course. Visit SparkMyRelationship.com/Unlock for our special offer just for our I Do Podcast listeners! If you love this episode (and our podcast!), would you mind giving us a review in iTunes? It would mean the world to us and we promise it only takes a minute. Many thanks in advance! – Chase & Sarah Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on On-Screen Live! the guys are chatting about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, reacting to trailers for Dune: Part Two, Insidious: The Red Door and A Haunting in Venice, unearthing a couple of Secret Movies, dissecting the weekend box office, and more! Be sure to catch us on the road starting next week when we play shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles—L.A. is sold out, so San Francisco-area folks, don't sleep on your tickets! This is of course the audio-only edition of On-Screen Live!, if you want the full experience, check out the show on our YouTube channel. Watch live Mondays at 12pm/et or catch the replay whenever. While you're there, be sure to like this episode and subscribe to the channel! Set up notifications so you don't miss a moment of new content from us! Unlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemoviesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MGK vs Jack Harlow! Who you got??? The beef is on! Does Jack have the heat to compete with MGK bar for bar? Chris Brown vs Usher?! Is there beef? Is there a sing off or a dance off on the way? So who you got in a fight between the 2? Oh we got some drama for you and your mama! lol "Streamer Or Theatre?" we got as couple of movies we suggest need to be streamed. The Maggie Moore(s) & Haunting in Venice! Plus Seth Rogan has teamed up once again with his "Neighbors" co-star Rose Byrne for a new Apple series "Platonic" the show looks hilarious & we have all the info for you to sway you into watching this new comedy! With the writers strike going on, there are a lot of your favorite shows that will be affected by this! Which shows are they? We'll give you all the details! And finally some new music for you that we want to suggest to kick off your week! Time to sip some tea with Joey & Marie
Get ready to embark on a literary adventure in this conversation with NYT's bestselling author and former writer/producer for Law & Order, Lorenzo Carcaterra. Join us as we explore Lorenzo's enchanting world of Nonna Maria and the island of Ischia, and discover the inspiration behind his latest novel and series.In Nonna Maria and the Case of the Stolen Necklace, we see 70-year-old widow Nonna Maria dealing with two mysteries. The first is the murder of an unidentified woman, found by the side of a road, and the second is an accusation of theft made against Nonna Maria's goddaughter, Loretta.In this episode, Lorenzo also opens up about his transition from gritty urban crime novels to charming mysteries featuring Nonna Maria. We also get great Italian travel recommendations, plus a sneak peek into his upcoming book, Nona Maria and the Case of the Lost Treasure. Stay tuned for book recommendations, future projects, and insights into the art of storytelling.EPIGRAPH LITERARY FESTIVAL REPLAYS: If you missed the festival or want to relive the highlights visit epigraphlitfest.com and select replays. Your TBR will explode, you'll learn a thing or two, and you'll have lots of laughs, especially at the happy hours. So go to epigraphlitfest.com and select replays!BOOK:Nonna Maria and the Case of the Stolen Necklace by Lorenzo Carcaterra from Amazon or Bookshop.SHOW NOTES & BOOKLIST: Find the episode show notes and a list of all the books mentioned here.MORE RESOURCES: Visit bibliolifestyle.com for more information and resources to help you in your reading journey.
The Jewel of the Adriatic is a gorgeous wonder, filled with masks, bridges, alleyways, and mystery. But there are also ghosts in Venice, often only seen in the brief half-light when daytime gives way to the night... Enjoy these 3 creepy folk tales from Venice, featuring the Devil, the helpful dead, and even watery ghosts in Venice in this week's episode of Fabulous Folklore! Find the images and references on the blog post: https://icysedgwick.com/ghosts-in-venice Get your free guide to home protection the folklore way here: https://www.icysedgwick.com/fab-folklore/ Become a member of the Fabulous Folklore Family for bonus episodes and articles at https://patreon.com/bePatron?u=2380595 Enjoyed this episode and want to show your appreciation? Buy Icy a coffee to say 'thanks' at: https://ko-fi.com/icysedgwick Request an episode: https://forms.gle/gqG7xQNLfbMg1mDv7 Tweet Icy at https://twitter.com/IcySedgwick Get extra snippets of folklore on Instagram at https://instagram.com/icysedgwick 'Like' Fabulous Folklore on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fabulousfolklore/ Find Icy on Mastodon: @IcySedgwick@mastodonapp.uk
Richard Herring: Ally and Herring's Twitch of Fun
A new character brings the possibility of refinement to the show. But don't worry, even if this is a simulation being run an infinite number of times, this show will never be refined. We chat about Coronation Oaths, Trios with no biscuits in, whether they have Cornettos in Venice, what wine gums are made of, Mike Tindall's favourite room in his massive mansion and what you need to do to become the most famous person in the world. It's not very much. I can only apologise for all of this.
It's episode 224 and Jim & Ted enjoy a morning beer. They also talk three trailers: A Haunting in Venice, Disney's Wish, and All The Light We Cannot See. The guys talk their week and what they're watching as well. Enjoy and thanks for listening.
Where guests can find Ariel from the all-new The Little Mermaid in Disney Parks, how Disney celebrated World Wish Day, James Corden and Tom Cruise team up for The Lion King, amazing reveals for Walt Disney Animation Studios's Wish, Taika Waititi scores with Next Goal Wins, a haunting A Haunting in Venice trailer, when Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania will stream on Disney+, Maggie Simpson stars in a new Star Wars-themed The Simpsons short, details on the new Disney Channel animated series Hailey's On It!, the scoop on ABC's The Game Show Show, Disney's 34 Daytime Emmy Award nominations, a new Disney Lorcana game is coming, and Adventures by Disney to visit the country that inspired Encanto and more in 2024. Plus, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 star Karen Gillan reveals the hardest MCU secret she had to keep, her favorite Disney Parks attraction, and how Nebula is a cross between Marilyn Monroe and Clint Eastwood.
A city as fabulous and sinister and romantic as Venice, Italy, deserves a fabulous, sinister, and romantic cat burglar. The ultra wealthy were honored to be his target, and he was happy to take their priceless works of art (and the occassional cashmere sweater). His crimes were almost as egregious as Elizabeth's butchering of the Italian language.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Na manhã desta quarta-feira (3) a Polícia Federal bateu à porta do ex-presidente da República. Os agentes cumpriam um mandado de busca e apreensão na casa dele em Brasília, onde passaram três horas e apreenderam o celular do ex-presidente. A operação da PF – que atendeu a mais 15 mandados e prendeu 6 suspeitos, entre eles o tenente-coronel Mauro Cid, o faz-tudo de Bolsonaro (PL) – agiu em busca de indícios e provas da suposta fraude no cartão de vacinação de Jair e de sua filha de 12 anos. Trata-se do resultado de uma investigação iniciada dentro do inquérito das milícias digitais que envolve troca de favores com políticos regionais e até um diálogo sobre o assassinato da vereadora Marielle Franco. Para explicar o que levou a PF à casa de Bolsonaro e o futuro dele e de Cid na Justiça, Natuza Nery conversa com Bruno Tavares, repórter da TV Globo, e Eloísa Machado, doutora em Direito pela USP e professora de Direito na FGV-SP. Neste episódio: - Bruno descreve como a investigação chega a Mauro Cid e o episódio de fraude da carteira de vacinação dele, da mulher e das filhas: “Havia ansiedade e insistência em cometer esses crimes”. Depois de uma tentativa frustrada em Goiás, ele apelou a um “aliado político de Bolsonaro em Duque de Caxias”; - Ele avalia a decisão do ministro Alexandre de Moraes, que autorizou a operação Venice e sugere que o ex-presidente tinha total ciência do esquema fraudulento. Um dos indícios, afirma, é que o acesso ao sistema ConecteSUS para emitir o certificado de vacinação de Bolsonaro foi realizado via “um ID de acesso atribuído a Mauro Cid”; - O jornalista também recupera o diálogo entre o militar da reserva Ailton Barros e Mauro Cid, no qual suspeita-se “uma troca de favores”: Ailton intermediaria a emissão de um cartão falso de vacina em Duque de Caxias, valendo-se da influência do ex-vereador Marcello Siciliano; então Cid agiria para facilitar a obtenção de um visto americano para Siciliano; - Eloísa lista a série de crimes nos quais Jair Bolsonaro pode ser incriminado por sua conduta na resposta à Covid. “Nos casos de crimes mais graves, pode ter como resultado uma condenação à pena de prisão”; - Ela também comenta a atuação “ínfima” da PGR para “obstar as medidas equivocadas” do governo Bolsonaro. “Houve a colaboração do principal órgão de controle para que a pandemia fizesse o estrago que fez no Brasil”, afirma.
Tracey Rose, born in South Africa, is best-known for her revolutionary performative practice which often translates to and is accompanied by photography, video, installation, and digital prints. Often described as absurd, anarchic, slapdash and carnivalesque, Rose's work explores themes around post-coloniality, gender and sexuality, race and repatriation. Tracey was born in Durban, South Africa. In 1990 she joined the Johannesburg Art Foundation before obtaining a B.A. in Fine Art from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1996. In 2004 Tracey attended The South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance and later obtained her Master of Fine Arts, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK in 2007. Tracey currently lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa. Tracey has taken part in several residencies including the WysingArts Centre, Cambridgeshire, UK (2014); Â DAAD, Berlin, Germany (2012/13); Darb1718, Cairo, Egypt (2012);Â Cruzes, Montevideo, Uruguay (2011);Â KhojInternational Artists WorkshopÂ Vasind, India (2005);Â Africa 2005 Residency, The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK, (2004);Â Hollywood Hills Horrorhouse, Los Angeles, CA, USA (2001);Â Fresh, South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa (2001) and OK Centrum, Linz, Austria (2000). Tracey has exhibited widely internationally, most notably, May You Live in Interesting Times South African National Pavilion, the 58th La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy (2016); Body Talk -Feminism, Sexuality & Body, 49 Nord 6 Est -Frac Lorraine, Metz, France (2016); False Flag, Art Parcours, Art Basel, Basel, Switzerland (2016);Â Toro Salvaje, Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2016); Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, Spain (2014); Waiting for God, Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa and Bildmuseet, Sweden (2011); Rose O'Grady (with Lorraine O'Grady),Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa (2011); Lubumbashi Biennial, Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo (2017); Performa 17, New York, USA (2017); Documenta14, Athens, Greece and Kassel, Germany (2017); 11th Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France (2011); Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK (2010); StedelijkMuseum Amsterdam, Netherlands (2008);Â Africa Remix, The Haywood Gallery, London, UK and Centre George Pompidou, Paris, France(2005); and Africaine, The Studio Museum, New York, USA (2002) to name a few.
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Come hear the unknown story of one of the most well known videogames of all time, and how it almost never made its way to the masses. TETRIS THIS WEEK I'M SEEING BLOCKS Discord: https://discord.gg/kBxNpBy822 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cinemaloungepod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/people/Cinema-Lounge/100068617923839/ Music: "On Hold for You" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Night in Venice" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Samba Isobel" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Bossa Antigua" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Backbay Lounge" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "George Street Shuffle" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Cool Vibes" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Opportunity Walks" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Shades of Spring" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
The Italian Renaissance Podcast
This episode explores Giorgione -Giorgio da Castelfranco - a founding artist of the Venetian High Renaissance. Although he lived a short life, the impact of his art echoes throughout the history of Venetian art. With influences like Giovanni Bellini, Leonardo da Vinci and Francesco Petrarch, his pictorial style is elaborated into a poetic mode of painting. This discussion focuses on Giorgione in relation to major cultural shifts in Italy around the year 1500. Using his so-called Laura from 1506, Giorgione is elaborated as a poetic painter, decoding visual symbols and subverting iconographical norms. Instagram: italian_renaissance_podcastSupport the show
The Wisdom Tradition | a philosophy podcast
In today's episode, we conclude a mini two-part series on the topic of the "Shadow" and how it relates to the development of Western Civilization. Here, we consider how the rise of capitalist oligarchies in Europe relates to the philosophical idea of the "Shadow". In particular, we look at the Venetian bankers and the Italian super-companies of the Middle Ages and consider how they symbolize the rise of a great collective Shadow Complex obtaining dominion over European consciousness. Democracy is the "Hero" who must fight and overcome this "Adversary" or "Shadow". Consequently, true democracy cannot be achieved until this capitalistic oligarchy is finally faced and overcome.www.alexsachon.comthewisdomtradition.substack.comthewisdomtradition.bigcartel.comThank you, - Alex
Many European Jewish youth do not attend Jewish dayschools and lack proper Jewish education. While on a short family getaway to Venice, Italy I met up with Tali Basali who is providing a solution to solve that problem. Join me in the famous Venice Ghetto as I speak to Tali about life in Venice and her special educational project for European Jewish youth. I promise, more Pulse of Israel episodes will be coming about the Jewish Ghetto in Venice, Italy.
Today, I'm joined by Alex Polizzi, who you might know best as TV”s 'Hotel Inspector'. Alex has used her decades of experience working in hospitality to advise struggling hoteliers on how to turn their businesses around on the hit Channel 5 show. And on today's episode we take a deep dive into what makes a great hotel, a great holiday and our ultimate pet peeves. Alex's passion for travel and hospitality is something that runs in her blood. She's part of one of travel's most iconic family dynasties, the Forte family, Her grandfather was the legendary hotelier Lord Charles Forte, an Italian immigrant who opened a milk bar on London's Regent Street in the 1930s and turned it into an empire of over 800 international hotels. Her uncle Rocco, established his own chain of luxury hotels, the Rocco Forte hotels. Her mother, is the hotel designer Olga Polizzi and founder of the Polizzi Collection (three hotels across the south of England), the third of which, The Star in Alfriston, she opened jointly with Alex in June 2021 to rave reviews. I spoke to Alex in one of her family's most iconic hotels, Brown's in London. Her travel diaries today take us from Cambodia to the Caribbean, from Portugal to Puglia, all across Italy and much more. Destination Recap:Browns' Hotel, London, England, UKDona Filipa Hotel, Algarve, Portugal CambodiaHong KongHotel Endsleigh, Devon, England, UKVenice, ItalyBelmond Cipriani, Venice, ItalyProvidenciales, Turks + CaicosTorcello, Venice, ItalyMurano, Venice, ItalyThe Coral House, Providenciales, Turks + CaicosVilla Igiea, Palermo, Sicily, Italy Pompeii, Naples, ItalyIschia, Italy Masseria Torre Maizza, Puglia, Italy Lecce, Puglia, ItalyOtranto, Puglia, Italy The Priory Hotel & Restaurant, Caerleon, WalesIndiaJapanWith thanks to today's sponsors:Citalia - Discover the real Italy with Citalia, the UK's leading Italian holiday specialists. Let the Italy Experts craft the perfect holiday for you and experience Italy like a Citalian.Masseria Torre Maizza, a Rocco Forte Hotel - Be inspired by Alex's travel diaries, and discover an oasis of luxury in the heart of the Apulian countryside, Masseria Torre Maizza.If you'd like to hear more from the podcast don't forget to hit subscribe or if you use apple podcasts to hit follow so that a new episode lands in your podcast app each week, and if you're really enjoying it I'd be so grateful if you could leave a rating or review. If you want to be the first to find out who's joining me on next week's episode come and follow me on Instagram, I'm @hollyrubenstein and I'd love to hear from you. If you can't wait til then remember there's the first eight seasons to catch up on - that's over 90 episodes to keep you busy there. And don't forget that all the destinations mentioned by my guests are always included in the episode show notes and they're also on my website, TheTravelDiariesPodcast.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ray Calabro's work emphasizes the relationship of a building to its surrounding landscape; he believes that architecture is a thoughtful response to the culture and spirit of each place. His buildings embody the common principles of site-responsive architecture, robust forms and innovative use of material. Yet each responds differently to the special nature of client, program and place, qualities that elevate buildings to the realm of sensitive and lastingarchitecture.Educated at Virginia Tech (B. Arch 1994), Ray began his career there as a Lecturer in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies. Since joining Bohlin Cywinski Jackson in 1995, Ray's project experience spans academic, cultural commercial and residential projects in the continental US and Canada. In 2009, he was named a Principal/Owner in the firm.As Principal of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson's Seattle studio, Ray leads a collaborative design process on a diverse range of projects. Some of the projects discussed in this podcast include the award-winning Grand Teton Discovery and Visitor Center in Jackson, Wyoming, the Nu Skin Innovation Center and corporate headquarters in Provo, Utah, Everlane's Abbot Kinney retail store in Venice, California and extraordinary private residences in Jackson, Wyoming; Canmore, Alberta; West Kootenay, British Columbia, and the San Juan Islands in Washington state. His work has been recognized with numerous national and international awards for design, and has been published in Dwell, Architectural Record, ArchDaily, The PLAN and Architectural Digest. He is a curatorial leader within BCJ and has been instrumental in the creation of its celebrated monographs, including its most recent publication Gathering.In 2014, he was elevated to the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This is Dice Tower Now for the week of May 2, 2023. This week, the smartypants smartypraise some smartyplays, AMIGO plants beans and gets flowers, Adam's Apple says “that's no moon…”, and Rebel ups the cuteness with kitty cats IN SPACE. TOP STORIES (2:00) Mensa Select Award Winners announced Bohnanza rethemed to Dahlias with Beth Sobel artwork Holloween the Board Game from Emerson Matsuuchi Pitagoras by designer Reiner Knizia and publisher Egmont Polska Planet Unknown: Supermoon expansion announced Dance the Tango in Tanguero from Roberto Fabbroni Bark Manor House published by Pug and Duck Games MLEM Space Agency from Reiner Knizia and Rebel Studio Revive expansion: Call of the Abyss coming in October Cover Your Cookies published by Grandpa Beck's Games and Crumbl Cookies The ART Project by Florian Sirieix and Benoit Turpin, published by Lumberjack Studios Trick Taker Aurum announced by Pandasaurus Glass of Venice coming from Aske Christiansen Star Trek: Discovery - Black Alert teased by WizKids CROWDFUNDING (13:45) Dice Barons Taiwan Night Market Tactigon Weirdwood Manor Forges of Ravenshire SPONSOR UPDATE (21:20) Into the Godsgrave NEW RELEASES (24:30) Axis and Allies 1942 (Second Edition) and Axis and Allies 1940: Pacific (Second Edition) by Larry Harris, Jr. and Renegade Games Star Fighters Rapid Fire by Michael Dunsmore and Jordan Nichols, published by Alley Cat Games Beast by Aron Midhall and Elon Midhall, published by Pegasus Spiele Distilled by Dave Beck and Paverson Games Steam Up: A Feast of Dim Sum by Pauline Kong, Haymen Lee, and Marie Wong, published by Kids Table Board Games Autobahn by Fabio Lopiano and Nestore Mangone, published by Alley Cat Games Catapult Feud by Kristian Fosh and IELLO Hooky by Friends of Aseema and James Miller, published by Rio Grande Games Beyond the Sun: Leaders of the New Dawn by Dennis K. Chan and Joseph Summa, published by Rio Grande Games CONNECT: Follow our Twitter newsfeed: twitter.com/dicetowernow Dig in with Corey at DiceTowerDish.com.
Canaletto rose to fame painting remarkable views of Venice. He became especially popular with wealthy tourists, who commissioned his paintings as souvenirs of their travels. Research: Constable, William G.. "Canaletto". Encyclopedia Britannica, 14 Oct. 2022, https://www.britannica.com/biography/Canaletto Britannica, The Editors of Encyclopaedia. "War of the Austrian Succession". Encyclopedia Britannica, 3 Mar. 2023, https://www.britannica.com/event/War-of-the-Austrian-Succession Binion, A., & Barton, L. Canaletto. Grove Art Online.Retrieved 17 Apr. 2023, from https://www.oxfordartonline.com/groveart/view/10.1093/gao/9781884446054.001.0001/oao-9781884446054-e-7000013627 “The Stonemason's Yard.” The National Gallery. https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/canaletto-the-stonemasons-yard “London: Interior of the Rotunda at Ranelagh.” The National Gallery. https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/canaletto-london-interior-of-the-rotunda-at-ranelagh “Canaletto's Drawings.” Royal Collection Trust. https://www.rct.uk/collection/themes/exhibitions/canaletto-in-venice/the-queens-gallery-palace-of-holyroodhouse/canalettos-drawings Baetjer, Katherine and J.G. Links. “Canaletto.” Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Harry N. Abrams, Inc. 1989. Accessed through The Met: Watson Library Digital Collections. https://libmma.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/p15324coll10/id/49280 “Imaginary View of Venice.” The Met. https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/335287#:~:text=It%20was%20in%20these%20years,representing%20actual%20sites%2C%20others%20imaginary. Erkelens, C. J. (2020). Perspective on Canaletto's Paintings of Piazza San Marco in Venice, Art & Perception, 8(1), 49-67. doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/22134913-20191131 “Canaletto.” The Art Story. https://www.theartstory.org/artist/canaletto/ “Canaletto.” National Gallery of Art. https://www.nga.gov/collection/artist-info.1080.html?artistId=1080&pageNumber=1 “Piazzo San Marco.” The Met. https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/435839 “Architectural Capriccio.” https://www.themorgan.org/collection/drawings/141078 “Owen McSwiney.” The Fitzwilliam Museum. https://fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/objects-and-artworks/highlights/context/patrons-donors-collectors/owen-mcswiny See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
During the 16th century in Europe, the Portuguese dominated the African slave trade. European ships were first exposed to African slaves when privateering vessels would find enslaved Africans packed alongside Atlantic trade goods in the hulls of the captured ships. The Spanish were the first to try and break up the Portuguese monopoly on slaves, establishing a system known as the asiento de negros in the 16th century which was an agreement between the Spanish crown and a private person or granting a monopoly in supplying African slaves for the Spanish colonies in the Americas. The Dutch would use similar contracts to compete in this market, and it wasn't long before the British and French followed suit. We see glimpses of this history in Shakespeare's plays when he mentions the word “slave” over 170 times, the word “negro” specifically in his play Merchant of Venice, and he refers to “an African” in the play The Tempest. Here today to help us understand the start of the Atlantic Slave Trade and the place of Africans, and understanding of black skinned people, and even white skinned slaves for Shakespeare's England, is our guest and author of Transformations of Slavery: A History of Slavery in Africa Paul Lovejoy. Get bonus episodes on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
TTB 222: April Travel BitesThis month we bring you our Travel Bites episode where we break down the previous month's travel related news that we found interesting. This month we discuss: 660-mile rescue flight in AlaskaGoogle Flights provides refunds if the airfare price drops after you bookRyanair flight forced into emergency Dublin Airport landingDemand for flights soars as Americans can't get enough of EuropeLess Cars, More Money: My Visit to the City of the FutureMore over Airbnb - Fairbnb is making waves in Venice!Canadian police investigating $20 million gold heist at Toronto airportSUPPORT THE PODCAST! Take a moment to rate us! Screenshot your review, email us the screenshot with your name and address and we will send you a FREE travel sticker! TheTravelersBlueprint@gmail.comFREE Travel Cheat Sheet! A Travel Journal or a Travel Video Course!! Find it all at http://thetravelersblueprint.com/products Share the love with some TTB Products: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/36555646?asc=u You can be a major supporter of our time and efforts in producing this podcast. May the travel Gods (old and new) be with you for all your future adventures! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/travblue Follow Us on Social Media: Instagram - Facebook - Twitter -
Welcome to episode 1368, in which host Victoria Cece interviews Masimilliano Menon this week on The Next Generation. The Next Generation where Victoria Cece interviews young Italian wine people shaking up the wine scene. More about today's guest: “I was born in Venice, attended “London South Bank” University in London and developed my green thumb here in Ridgewood, precisely in my backyard in Queens during the global pandemic. Felicity Lawrence's book “Not on The Label” changed forever my understanding on environmental issues in production and packaging of food and drinks. Avoiding mass produced sugary abominations and promoting polyculture, biodiversity and a more conscientious lifestyle. Taking part in the first UK natural wine fair in Borough Market made me understand how a natural approach could have helped preserve wine's interest. Not just wine as a homogenized commodity, placed in supermarkets and convenience stores but a diversity of distinctive fermented grape juice with a sense of place. Through my harvest experiences in Mendoza, Loire Valley and Penedes, I was lucky enough to understand that grapes are not just a raw ingredient in a manufacturing process but wine had a more socially responsible and ethical mission, the power to tell the story of its origin through passion, tradition, emotion, heritage, legacy and culture of those persons involved. Currently living in NYC, I am an Italian Sommelier Association Diploma (AIS) holder and Wine and Spirit Education Trust Advanced level (WSET) certified with a deep understanding and a holistic approach towards the business of food and wine. Unfortunately, consumers lack understanding of what wine and food is, let alone what authentic wine and food is. My objectives through the years pouring glasses to customers in Brooklyn was to help them progress in their journey, enhancing their dining and drinking experiences. When addressing specialist retailers and training restaurant staff member, informing them about the point of difference amongst organic, biodynamic and naturalness. Since that day at Oxfam where I found the book, I've always been convinced of food and wine as a driving force to change. My main role has always been to help people reconnecting to nature in a largely disconnected life.” To learn more visit: linkedin.com/in/massimiliano-menon-06389094 More about the host: Victoria Cece is a food and beverage storyteller whose curiosity is somewhere deep in a bowl of pasta or a bottle of wine. A fool for history, you can find her reading up about ancient grape varietals or wandering around a little Italian town eating everything in sight, under her alias Slutti Spaghetti. To learn more visit: Instagram: @sluttispaghetti Twitter: @sluttispaghetti LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoria-cece/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!
Episode 151 “Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes and Where to Find Them” 0:00 Introduction: Liz Lemon & Italy Week 2:20 What We Done Watched 6:00 Dumb Dudes News 15:55 The New New Trailers 16:19 The Equalizer 3 (redband) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19ikl8vy4zs 20:12 The Witcher s3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcxbljS9c1E 22:06 The Flash https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dx9SrTk_860 25:35 Frog and Toad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTRRiWg9jug 28:12 Robots https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSw7z_Ad-rU 30:28 Strange Way of Life https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAFTIamkqSY 32:55 A Haunting in Venice https://youtu.be/oRCKIP5paEU 36:50 The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes https://youtu.be/f9BwB3SBPOg 40:45 Next Goal Wins https://youtu.be/l5hl5KEWhB4 43:10 Maggie Moore(s) https://youtu.be/UmY98NK-XnA 46:21 Twisted Metal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYb_HFHJJHs PATRON SELECTS 49:33 Shining movie trailer parody (Squid) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-e6d_gzaDgk 51:35 Trailer Mailers 52:35 Contact Info 54:03 Quick Mickey 55:46 VidYOgames ¼ Portion 59:44 Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTz9422mHIU 1:01:04 Aliens: Dark Descent https://youtu.be/Ovk8enDKliw 1:02:31 Star Wars Jedi Survivor official training trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_Dlf4Q1AZg Instagram: @TrailerBlazersPodcast Email us @ TrailerBlazersPod@gmail.com Twitter @Trailer_Blazers Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trailerblazers Rate & Review us on Apple Podcasts please!
Welcome back listeners to another week of Watch Closely. This week we discuss some CinemaCon news and all the trailers and footage that has been dropping, starting with The Flash. We then discuss the some new trailers with, The Witcher Season 3, American Born Chinese, The Little Mermaid and A Haunting in Venice. Next, we discuss Hugh Grant becoming an Oompa Loompa in the new Wonka film and wondering when we will get a teaser. Then we talk about Disneys Haunted Mansion getting a PG-13 rating and rivaling the mythology of Pirates of the Caribbean. We mention post credit scenes for Guardians Vol. 3. We then give our thoughts on the new Evil Dead Rise film. Do you have questions, topics, or movie recommendations for us? Tweet us @watchfultweet or #watchclosely, we love talking movies online and we'll discuss any related topic or questions on the show. Have a great week! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/watchclosely/support
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Seizan Dreux Ellis is the executive chef of Cafe Gratitude in The Arts District in Downtown LA. Here he talks about the origins and objectives of Cafe Gratitude, their approach to plant-based cuisine, how to best bring out flavors in produce, and naming all of their dishes with positive affirmations. He also addresses the benefits of a plant-forward diet, from health and wellness, to the environment. After spending 8 years in Venice, Italy apprenticing in kitchens, Dreux returned to San Francisco, working as executive chef for the original Cafe Gratitude restaurant for 4 years. He then moved to Los Angeles as corporate chef of Cafe Gratitude in Southern California. In 2017 Seizan received lay ordination in the Soto Zen lineage of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi at the San Francisco Zen Center where he continues his Buddhist practice. Watch the full documentary and find plant-forward recipes here!
The internationally bestselling crime writer Donna Leon talks to John Wilson about her career. Although American born, Donna is most associated with Venice, the city in which her Italian police detective protagonist, the mild-mannered family man Guido Brunetti, lives and works. She has so far written 32 novels, has sold nearly eight million copies in English, and been translated into 35 languages. Donna Leon tells John Wilson about her love for Italy and particularly Venice, which until very recently was her home. She recalls her experiences teaching English in Saudi Arabia, and how she began her bestselling Brunetti series after a night at the opera. Producer: Edwina Pitman
Today on the show we have return guest Logan Gelbrich, founder of Deuce gym and all of the tributaries of development that flow out of that Venice outdoor gym We caught up to hear about the work Logan has been doing with this new non-profit Deuce Community, AI and the coaching industry, and as expected we spent a lot of time talking training and how the Strongman methodologies and implements are game changers for progress in most people. This was a loaded conversation and it was great to have Logan back on the show. DEUCE Community Nomad Strength Substack Wild Rivers Coffee Company Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why Do Humans Anthropomorphize AI? Artificial intelligence has become more sophisticated in a short period of time. Even though we may understand that when ChatGPT spits out a response, there's no human behind the screen, we can't help but anthropomorphize—imagining that the AI has a personality, thoughts, or feelings. How exactly should we understand the bond between humans and artificial intelligence? Guest host Sophie Bushwick talks to Dr. David Gunkel, professor of media studies at Northern Illinois University, to explore the ways in which humans and artificial intelligence form emotional connections. A Bee's Eye View Of Cities' Microbiomes When you want to look at the microbial health of a city, there are a variety of ways to go about it. You might look at medical records, or air quality. In recent years, samples of wastewater have been used to track COVID outbreaks. Studies of urban subway systems have involved painstaking swabs of patches of subway muck. But now, researchers are offering another approach to sample a city's environment—its beehives. A report recently published in the journal Environmental Microbiome used the bees foraging in a city to provide information about the town's bacteria and fungi. The researchers found that by looking at the debris in the bottom of a beehive, they could learn about some of the environments in the blocks around the hives. The microbes they collected weren't just species associated with flowers and plant life, but included organisms associated with ponds and dogs. The team found that the hive samples could reveal changes from one neighborhood to another in a city, and in the microbial differences between different cities—samples taken in Venice, for instance, contained signals associated with rotting wood that were not seen in samples from Tokyo. Elizabeth Henaff, an assistant professor in the NYU Tandon School of Engineering at New York University and a co-author of the report, joins SciFri's Kathleen Davis to talk about what bees and microbes can tell us about the cities we share. This Is Your Brain On Words What happens after you pick up a book, or pull up some text on your phone? What occurs between the written words hitting your eyes and your brain understanding what they represent? Scientists are trying to better understand how the brain processes written information—and how a primate brain that evolved to make sense of twisty branches and forking streams adapted to comprehend a written alphabet. Researchers used electrodes implanted in the brains of patients being evaluated for epilepsy treatment to study what parts of the brain were involved when those patients read words and sentences. They found that two different parts of the brain are activated, and interact in different ways when you read a simple list of unrelated words, compared to when you encounter a series of words that builds up a more complex idea. Dr. Nitin Tandon, a professor of neurosurgery at UTHealth Houston and one of the authors of a report on the work published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, joins guest host Sophie Bushwick to talk about the study, and what scientists are learning about how the brain allows us to read. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
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Today we're talking about the Palazzo Mastelli del Cammello, a Gothic palace in Venice, Italy. More importantly, we're talking about the three statues of men with terrified expressions, and how they might have come to be… Stay safe out there. With love, Saaniya and Maddie x https://www.leboat.co.uk/blog/haunted-holidays-5-european-destinations-spooky-folklore-stories https://rossiwrites.com/italy/venice/haunted-venice-legends-mysteries-stories/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palazzo_Mastelli_del_Cammello https://www.venetoinside.com/en/news-and-curiosities/the-camels-house-in-the-cannaregio-district What Is Stucco Siding?: Basics, Application, Pros And ConsForbeshttps://www.forbes.com › home-improvement › stucco-si… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piano_nobile https://byfoodandtravel.com/secret-stories-of-venice/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/eriktorner/51395910665 http://dipoco.altervista.org/venice-house-camel/?doing_wp_cron=1682340873.6274709701538085937500 https://freakinparanormal.com/2020/09/24/haunted-northern-italy/
This week we chat with influencer & TV personality, Joey Zauzig. Joey and I have known each other for forever, I was neighbors with his sister back in my Venice days! Joey stars in MTV's new show, The Real Friends of Weho, so naturally, we chat about being perceived on TV, finding your unique career path, and navigating friendships. We cover some funny stories while learning more about Joey's early life and career moves that led him to be the successful magnetic ball of joy that he is! Enjoy! Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode Go to www.shopify.com/best to get a one-dollar-per-month trial period Go to www.babbel.com/pia to get 55% off your subscription Go to www.perelel.co and use code Best15 to get 3 months off Go to www.vionicshoes.com and use code BEST for free shipping Go to www.tryarma.com/best for 15% off your first order Produced by Dear Media
Fourteen years after exploding onto the art scene in Venice, Tintoretto produced another dramatic work for the Scuola Grande of San Marco. The intense painting depicts the legendary story of two Venetian merchants stealing the body of St. Mark away from Alexandria in the 9th century.
Hey Humor Consumers, Girls Trips....yay or nay? We say YAY of course. Hello friends. Cathrine and I just returned from a week in sunny Venice, Florida. What a blast. On episode 121 we are talking about the health benefits of taking a girls trip. We also chat about our own experiences and give some helpful things to consider before you plan your next girls trip. Here's a link to an article on the subject that we mentioned in this episode.https://www.healthywomen.org/content/article/girls-trips-really-are-good-your-health ENJOY. We love you all and hope you're loving the podcast. Please remember to like, share, comment in all the places. It does help us to be "found" by others looking for something to get their mind off of regular life by hearing us talk about regular life. ;0) Thank You to our amazing sponsors: Humor Contributors: Joan, Darlene, Courtney, Ron, Jeanine, Karren, Kenny, Carla, Nancy, and new sponsors Gayle and Ursula!! Because of your generous support, we are saving up for new microphones (that will be awesome) and down the road maybe an editor and some advertising. Fun. Click the link below to support us with a $5 per month contribution and you will become part of our growing community. ***PLEASE NOTE:*** If you are receiving these show notes via email, scroll down to the bottom and hit play to hear the audio of the Life Happens Laugh Anyway podcast episode. Tracy and Cathrine P.S. The goal of the Life Happens Laugh Anyway podcast is to present our audience with a relevant topic weekly in an entertaining way followed by some spiritual encouragement. #lifehappenslaughanyway #tracydegraaf ***MORE ABOUT TRACY DEGRAAF COMEDY*** Hi Friends, Tracy here. My husband and I survived raising 5 boys and there were so many funny stories along the way. Now is my time to "show and tell."
We'd like to begin this podcast with a land acknowledgment. This week, the boys are in Los Angeles to check in with the mayor, founder of Born x Raised, Spanto. Spanto's boy Eric was kind enough to host us in his gothic atelier to drop gems on why white women ain't nothing but trouble, whether or not the Fashion Bros were valid, a certain line of questioning we immediately regret going down, the hyper gentrification of his hometown Venice, how streetwear gave him a life he could only imagine, cancer beating your ass and then beating it right back, coming up with your brand while in solitary, cholo and foo culture, collabing with Nike, his go-to Taco Bell order, best-selling cum rags, his boy 2Tone, macrodosing in the office, Japanese prison is apparently fire, throwing the annual Sadie Hawkins winter formal aka the best party in LA, BxR's next evolution, fashion house dreams and much more on this real and respected episode of The Only Podcast That Matters™. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits.
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Full Text of ReadingsFeast of Saint Mark, evangelist Lectionary: 555The Saint of the day is Saint MarkSaint Mark's Story Most of what we know about Mark comes directly from the New Testament. He is usually identified with the Mark of Acts 12:12. When Saint Peter escaped from prison, he went to the home of Mark's mother. Paul and Barnabas took him along on the first missionary journey, but for some reason Mark returned alone to Jerusalem. It is evident, from Paul's refusal to let Mark accompany him on the second journey despite Barnabas's insistence, that Mark had displeased Paul. Because Paul later asks Mark to visit him in prison, we may assume the trouble did not last long. The oldest and the shortest of the four Gospels, the Gospel of Mark emphasizes Jesus's rejection by humanity while being God's triumphant envoy. Probably written for gentile converts in Rome—after the death of Peter and Paul sometime between A.D. 60 and 70—Mark's Gospel is the gradual manifestation of a “scandal”: a crucified Messiah. Evidently a friend of Mark—calling him “my son”—Peter is only one of this Gospel's sources, others being the Church in Jerusalem (Jewish roots), and the Church at Antioch (largely Gentile). Like another Gospel writer Luke, Mark was not one of the 12 apostles. We cannot be certain whether he knew Jesus personally. Some scholars feel that the evangelist is speaking of himself when describing the arrest of Jesus in Gethsemane: “Now a young man followed him wearing nothing but a linen cloth about his body. They seized him, but he left the cloth behind and ran off naked” (Mark 14:51-52). Others hold Mark to be the first bishop of Alexandria, Egypt. Venice, famous for the Piazza San Marco, claims Mark as its patron saint; the large basilica there is believed to contain his remains. A winged lion is Mark's symbol. The lion derives from Mark's description of John the Baptist as a “voice of one crying out in the desert” (Mark 1:3), which artists compared to a roaring lion. The wings come from the application of Ezekiel's vision of four winged creatures to the evangelists. Reflection Mark fulfilled in his life what every Christian is called to do: proclaim to all people the Good News that is the source of salvation. In particular, Mark's way was by writing. Others may proclaim the Good News by music, drama, poetry, or by teaching children around a family table. Saint Mark is the Patron Saint of: NotariesVenice Learn more on Saint Mark! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
Friends of the Rosary: Today is the Feast Day of St. Mark, the Evangelist, the author of the second Gospel. He was baptized and instructed by St. Peter. Mark accompanied Paul on his missionary journey. Later, he became the companion and secretary of St. Peter in Rome. The Gospel of Mark, written in the year 50 A.D., narrates St. Peter's preaching about the Our Lord and emphasizes the miraculous power of Jesus Christ. The Gospel of St. Mark, the shortest of the four, is a Roman Gospel, originated in Rome and is addressed to Romans, that is, to Western Christianity. Mark preached in Egypt, especially in Alexandria, where he was a bishop and died as a martyr. His relics were transferred from Alexandria to Venice, where a worthy tomb was erected in St. Mark's Cathedral. Ave Maria!Jesus, I Trust In You! St. Mark, Pray for Us! + Mikel A. | RosaryNetwork.com, New York • April 25, 2023, Today's Rosary on YouTube | Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET
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We meet Alessandro and learn what he has been doing to make him a semifinalist and what his goals are going into semifinals in his hometown of Pasadena. Alessandro has come a long way building his fitness brick by brick to finally punch his ticket to Semis at the age of 28. Now in his home town with what is anticipated to be the loudest cheer squad at the even he plans to eff some stuff up.