Type of dizziness where a person has the sensation of moving or surrounding objects moving
Welcome to Living Well with MS. In this episode, we are sharing the highlights from one of our ‘Ask Aaron' webinars, where neurologist, Dr Aaron Boster, answers questions about MS from the community. In this episode, Dr Boster covers a range of topics, including heat intolerance, when to start a DMT and his tips for self-managing MS. You can watch the original webinar here. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways. Topics and Timestamps: 02:13 Considerations for changing to a less stressful job and stronger DMTs. 05:09 Talking to clinicians about stress. 06:25 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy. 08:11 Stem cell transplants for PPMS. 10:35 Tysabri during pregnancy and breastfeeding. 12:23 MS and Stroke. 13:52 MRI showing brain cysts. 16:57 Betaferon and slow progression. 19:45 Changing from Tysabri to Ocrevus. 21:41 Vertigo. 23:05 Ampyra for walking, spasticity, and nerve pain. 25:50 Types of inflammation. 28:05 Anesthetic or epidural and MS. 30:15 B-cell depletion therapy and allergies. 31:17 Tips for self-managing MS. 37:42 Heat intolerance. 40:30 When to start on a DMT. 41:22 Ocrevus and low lymphocyte levels. 43:40 Diet and MS. 48:50 Nausea as an MS symptom. 51:30 CBD for MS. 52:45 Bursitis and MS. 53:36 Choosing a DMT and considering side effects. 55:16 Invisible illness in an ableist world. Selected Key Takeaways: Exercise as part of your daily lifestyle 34:42 “Exercising as part of a lifestyle means that if you do it, you're not rewarded. There's no reward for doing something as part of your lifestyle and if you don't do it, there's no punishment - you're not sent to the naughty corner. So, for example, I have a lifestyle of brushing my teeth. I don't tweet about it. I don't make YouTube videos about it. I don't even talk about it when I get to work. It's just something I do every morning and if I happen to forget to brush my teeth before I head off to the office, I'll run upstairs and do it. This is part of my lifestyle. So, I need people impacted by MS to exercise as part of their lifestyle.” Plan your day to minimise symptoms like heat intolerance 39:43 “We can conserve energy during those times when it's really hot out. Whereas I would normally encourage a patient to park at the back of the parking lot to get their steps in. If it's the middle of the day, [walking that far is] going to sap all your energy so that when you get to the grocery store you can't shop, that doesn't really work very well, does it? And so that's an example where we would have someone drop us off at the threshold of the grocery store so that you can be successful in your shopping.” Be brave in using mobility aids and seeking accommodations. 57:27 “I tell people who are embarrassed by their cane, ‘Don't you dare be embarrassed by your cane, a cane is a sign of intelligence.' A person with a cane would like to not fall. So, when a little boy is walking with [his] mum, and says, ‘Mummy, why is she using a cane?' That's an opportunity for the mother to say, ‘Well, she doesn't want to fall, she has a problem with her leg and the cane helps her.' It normalises it. So, one of the things that we need to do is to be brave. I'll remind you of the definition of bravery, ‘doing something despite being scared'. The second thing is, I want you to be very selfish. You need to be selfish; you live your life once. You're not living your life so some stranger, you don't know, thinks nice polite things about you.” Want to learn more about living a full and happy life with multiple sclerosis? Sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips. More info and links: Watch the original webinar here. Dr Boster was on three previous Living Well with MS episodes: S1E11: Making the Right Medication Choices S2E17: Lifestyle Choices and Their Impact on MS S3E43: Let's Talk About Sex (and MS) Check out Dr Boster's popular YouTube channel covering all aspects of MS. New to Overcoming MS? Visit our introductory page Connect with others following Overcoming MS on the Live Well Hub Visit the Overcoming MS website Follow us on social media: Facebook Instagram YouTube Pinterest Don't miss out: Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. Listen to our archive of Living Well with MS episodes here. If you like Living Well with MS, please leave a 5-star review. Feel free to share your comments and suggestions for future guests and episode topics by emailing email@example.com. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. Support us: If you enjoy this podcast and want to support the ongoing work of Overcoming MS, we would really appreciate it if you could leave a donation here. Every donation, however small, helps us to share the podcast with more people on how to live well with MS.
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On this episode of Vitality Radio, on Thanksgiving week, Jared shares a little about gratitude in his own life and how you can find more in your own. You'll also learn the benefits of shopping small businesses and shopping local as well as how to use the Epley maneuver to relieve symptoms of vertigo in 5 minutes.Additional Information:Epley Maneuver VideoSemont Maneuver VideoVisit the podcast website here: VitalityRadio.comYou can follow @vitalityradio and @vitalitynutritionbountiful on Instagram, or Vitality Radio and Vitality Nutrition on Facebook. Join us also in the Vitality Radio Podcast Listener Community on Facebook. Shop the products that Jared mentions at vitalitynutrition.com. Let us know your thoughts about this episode using the hashtag #vitalityradio and please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Thank you!Please also join us on the Dearly Discarded Podcast with Jared St. Clair.Just a reminder that this podcast is for educational purposes only. The FDA has not evaluated the podcast. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The advice given is not intended to replace the advice of your medical professional.
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People will try to describe the experience you have at the Sphere but let's start with saying it unlike anything you've experienced before. It doesn't matter if you see the film or a live act, this will be different. Which is exactly what Madison Square Garden Company was going for with the Sphere. You'll find a lot of comparisons to IMAX, Disney's Soaring Attraction, 360 theaters but that's only because how else do you describe something never done before. The Sphere is one of those rare attractions that lives up to the hype, not only breaking the technological ceiling set before it but creating a new form of entertainment. Let's discuss some of the ways its unlike anything you've seen before. First, the Sphere is located behind the Venetian convention center. It's the largest spherical building ever constructed at 366 feet tall and 516 feet wide. The exterior also features 580,000 square feet of LED displays, making it the largest LED display in history. It cost approx. $2.3 billion to build and took 4 years to bring to life. Construction started in 2018 with a planned opening in 2021 but had to put the project on hold in 2020 due to supply complications brought on by the COVID pandemic. When progress resumed, materials and technology costs had increased causing the originally projected $1.2 billion dollar price tag to almost double by the time it was completed. The Sphere is the most expensive music and entertainment venue in history. It seats 18,600 and with standing room accommodations that can handle up to 20,000. 10,000 of those seats have haptic technology incorporated into the seats. They work in conjunction with 4d features like scent and wind. At 160,000 square feet, the 16k resolution wraparound LED screen is the largest and highest-resolution LED screen in the world. The sound system comprises of 1,600 speakers installed behind the LED panels. The experience starts the moment you enter the venue. The atrium is large enough to fit the statue of liberty or the Saturn V rocket. Inside, you'll find five humanoid robots throughout the venue introducing you to the Sphere as well as interacting with patrons. While the technology is impressive, personally, I would best describe them as borderline creepy. That said, they are powered by AI and have the ability to react to those that interact with them. The Sphere isn't designed to host things like professional sporting events typically presented in the round. However, it would fit well with events like boxing, MMA, WWE, esports or even award ceremonies in addition to concerts and films. Today, we are going to discuss both the film and the concert experience. The Film Darren Aronofsky, probably best known for the films like Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan and The Whale, is the director of the first film ever captured in 18k. It's called “Postcards from earth” and tells the story of a dystopian earth that humans have had to evacuate due to all the damage done to it. It follows 2 humans waking up from cryo-sleep after their journey to another planet that can sustain life. Darren uses this narrative to showcase what sort of film experience only the Sphere can offer. It can probably be best described as a love letter to the planet featuring some of the most breathtaking scenes ever captured on film. The film is 50 minutes long and ticket prices start at $89, increasing based on the better the seat location. The Show So a few of things to get out of the way: First, I know this is a divisive band. People seem to love them or hate them. I happen to be in the “love them” camp, and I don't really care if you're in the “hate them” camp. Music opinions are entirely subjective and no one is going to change anyone's mind. With that in mind, I'd like to ask those that aren't interested to simply move on instead of voicing your distaste. It's not that you can't have an opinion, it's just that I don't like K-pop, but I don't mention that I don't like K-pop everytime the subject comes up. What I'm saying is don't yuck someone else's yum, okay? Also, if you think U2 is the worst ever for putting a free album on your iPhone several years ago, but you continue to buy all things Apple, your opinion has no weight here. Second, I recognize that this isn't 360 Vegas Album reviews, and I'll try to keep that in mind as I discuss this show, but the Achtung Baby album is the center of this show, and it's the genesis of my love for this band, so forgive me if I spend too much time discussing the virtues and nuance of the album. And finally, I'm not going to have too much to say about the experience at the venue. Our seats were general admission, so we were standing room on the floor. They brought us in a separate entrance from everyone else who had seats, and we never saw the lobby or any of the concession areas. I wish I could comment more on the rest of the facility, but my experience doesn't allow that. Allright, so back to point 1. “Achtung Baby” made me a U2 fan. I came out at a time when I was looking for my own music and not just listening to the music my parents listened to. I always thought it was a brave album: U2 had won two Grammys for The Joshua Tree and came back four years later with Achtung Baby as if to say, “Glad you liked that, now here's something completely different.” It's an album about conflict and resolution; a result of recording in Berlin after the reunification, and during the time guitarist The Edge was going through a rocky divorce. I also think it's a very “Vegas” album. It's dark, it's sexy, and it's full of temptation references. There's an arc through the album, and you can argue that it tells the story of a night out that goes a little too far, and the reconciliation that comes with the sunrise. So all of that is to say that when I found out my favorite band would be performing my favorite album in my favorite city, I packed up my favorite person and made for the promised land. Again, our tickets were General Admission, which is standing room only on the venue floor. We've done this once before; more than ten years ago. I waited in line all day to get us “close” to the stage, and always felt as though it was a one-time thing. When we bought General Admission tickets for this event, I made it clear to my wife that I was not going to spend a day in Vegas waiting in line. Thankfully, the event attempts to address this, somewhat successfully. If you have General Admission tickets, you can arrive at the Sphere between 8 am and 1 pm the day of the event to get a numbered wristband. Then you return to the venue around 5 pm, and they let you in based on the number on your wristband. It's not a perfect system, though. We drove to the Sphere to pick up our wristbands, and they didn't allow parking on the property for wristband pickup. So we had to park on a crowded side street and walk around a bunch of F1 fencing and bleachers to get to the part of the venue that was distributing wristbands. I understand charging for parking when there's an event, but not even letting someone park to run in and get a wristband for 2 minutes is bonkers. We stayed at the Wynn the night of the show, so we walked to the event in the evening. Getting there is easy, and there are signs through the Venetian directing you there. I thought we were going to end up taking the new pedestrian bridge that crosses over Koval from Venetian to the Sphere, but here again, they directed GA ticketholders out of the Venetian convention center building along Sands Avenue, where we had to cross Koval via the crosswalk. Then we had to walk along the north side of the building and enter via the “East VIP entrance.” Here is another complaint about the venue. They have got to streamline their entrance procedures. I think about a venue like T-Mobile Arena, which has similar capacity to the Sphere. It takes less than 5 minutes to scan your ticket, pass through security, and be inside that place. Sphere needs more doors, and more Security people at the door to make that process a little smoother. Once inside, we were directed down very dark, moody hallways toward the GA area. We stopped to use the restroom along the way, and I found the restrooms to be suitably massive. Excellent capacity for restrooms only intended for the GA crowd. There was also a bar/lounge, but we didn't really check it out. Upon entering the GA floor, we ran into a wall of people. I had seen in videos from previous shows that it seemed as though the stage left side had fewer people than stage right, and they literally dumped us out on the stage right side. We pushed our way over to the stage left side, and so despite getting there long after we should have with our wristbands we ended up about 10 people back from the stage. Not bad. We sat on the floor because it was still about an hour and a half before the band was to take the stage. I was pleasantly surprised to see a whole herd of cocktail waitresses walking the GA floor and taking drink orders. I have never seen that on a General Admission floor before. Around 7:30 or so, a DJ started playing. He was DJing from this modified car that slowly moved around the GA floor. When I heard the band chose a DJ for the opening act, I was really hoping that it wouldn't be “oonce-oonce club music,” and it turns out that I had nothing to worry about. This guy knew his audience, and was playing rock and pop hits from the 80's and 90's. The crowd was really getting into it and singing along with songs like “Livin on a Prayer.” It was a great fit. At about 8:40, the lights went down and the crowd got loud. Slowly, the band took the stage. Bono started singing a sort of short acapella song that I have not heard before, then the drums kicked in and the band launched into Zoo Station, the opening track of Achtung Baby. I don't want to spoil what happens, but I'll say that the way the band uses the screen here to kick off the show is really cool. If you think you might want to see the show, I'd recommend staying spoiler-free about the intro. It's really fun. The band played 7-8 tracks from Achtung Baby. They did not play them in exact album order, but in this first section, they played songs from the first 2/3rds of the album. Then they shifted gears a little and played a few other songs, mostly acoustic. This was the day after the Hamas attack on Israel, so this was mentioned, followed by I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Pride (In the Name of Love), and MLK. Then Bono announced it was “time to wake the Baby up,” and the band went on to finish Achtung Baby. This was probably my favorite part of the show for a couple reasons: 1) It's later in the show, so fewer people had posted photos and videos of this portion, so there were more surprises and 2) it's really the emotional emotional climax of the album, so I've always felt those songs hit pretty hard. After finishing the 2nd Achtung Baby section, the band said goodnight, but of course returned for their encore. The encore was kind of a greatest rocking hits section, where they did songs like Elevation, Vertigo, Where the Streets Have No Name, Beautiful Day, and of course, their new Vegas anthem Atomic City. I won't spoil Atomic City either, but it had some of my favorite visuals of the show. Let's talk about some of the visuals. We were concerned that where we were sitting, we would be so close to the screen that we couldn't appreciate the whole thing. There were times that we found ourselves looking around and above to take everything in, but I don't think we missed out on anything by being so close. There was another concern about getting dizzy. Some people get Vertigo (ha!) in Imax theaters, and the Sphere is like Imax on steroids. We only felt a little dizzy at one point, and that was during “Even Better Than The Real Thing.” So during this song, it has maybe the most impressive and complicated graphics of the entire show. They are structured like a moving monument to Elvis and Vegas, and they slowly and steadily move downward. I was looking up at these graphics and following them down with my eyes. When my eyes got to the fixed point of the stage, it felt like the stage was tilting up from the back and we were about to all fall over. They don't really use any flying or moving visuals that might convey motion from the viewer's point of view, so there weren't any other times I felt dizzy or motion-sick. At the end of the day, I think if you don't like the band - if they just rub you wrong no matter what they do - you're probably going to stay away, and that's fine. If you like a few of their songs and want to see a rock concert unlike anything else you've seen, it's worth checking out. And if you call yourself a fan, then you really shouldn't miss out on this experience. I think a band or artist could be intimidated by this venue and this space, it would be easy to be afraid of being upstaged by the visuals and the scale of everything, but I think U2 is the perfect group to launch this facility. 25 years ago they were touring with (what was at the time) the biggest video screen in the world, so these are guys who know how to utilize large scale visuals in their shows and embrace the technology.
Юра і Микита обговорюють головні новини та новинки тижня у світі кіно та серіалів. 00:52 — трейлери тижня («Rebel Moon: Дитя вогню», «Діва проти біди», «Мадам Павутина», «Оріон і темрява», «Ґарфілд у кіно», «Люблю тебе ненавидіти») 18:23 — подробиці нової колективної угоди акторів 24:09 — Warner Bros. повертають «Койота проти ACME» 27:37 — куточок Marvel (і їхніх проблем) 35:18 — «Каскадер» і «Дюна 2» міняють дати виходу 36:43 — нові проєкти («Крижане серце 4», Дензел-Ганнібал та іноземний легіон у космосі) 43:47 — продовжені («Ласкаво просимо до Рексему», «Гарлі Квінн», «Нестабільний») та скасовані («Тінь та кістка», «Агент Елвіс», «Фарзар», «Капітан Відбувайло», «Гламур», Praise Petey, «Молодий Шелдон», «Морські котики») серіали 50:41 — міні-рекапи («Скотт Пілігрим стає до бою», «Царство сміттярів») 56:31 — телепремʼєри тижня («Фарго», Faraway Downs, різдвяні спецвипуски «Доктора Хто», «Гра в кальмара: Випробування», Aqua Teen Hunger Force) 01:05:36 — кіно на стримінгах («Лео», «Джин», «Хороший бургер 2») 01:09:32 — український кінопрокат («Наполеон», «Бажання») Підтримати ЗСУ: https://savelife.in.ua/donate Підтримати Vertigo на Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vertigoUA Підтримати Vertigo на Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vertigoUA Поставити нам запитання: https://forms.gle/yf2zDw2Lh2jmotkGA Наш Telegram-канал: https://t.me/vertigoUA Підписуйтеся на нас у твіттері: https://twitter.com/Vertigo_com_ua Усі подкасти Vertigo: https://linktr.ee/vertigoua
V 26 epizóde filmového podcastu denníka SME – Vertigo nevynecháme aktuálne novinky z našich kín a zo streamovacích služieb. Do kín dorazila piata časť série Hier o život, ale aj výnimočná fínska dramédia so slovenským názvom Karaoke blues. Prekvapí vás aj slovenské koprodukčné animované sci-fi, ktoré sa odohráva v roku 2123 s názvom Umelohmotné nebo. Na Netflixe sa objavila očakávaná novinka od Davida Finchera Zabijak, ale aj dokumentárny seriál o Robbie Williamsovi. Kapitoly: (00:00) Úvod (00:45) Umelohmotné nebo / Müanyag égbolt (07:57) Hry o život: Balada o hadoch a vtáčatkách / The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes (15:47) Karaoke blues / Kuolleet lehdet (24:24) Zabijak / The Killer (Netflix) (34:00) Modrooký samurai / Blue Eye Samurai (Netflix) (41:09) Robbie Williams (Netflix) (48:06) Záver _ Ak nám chcete napísať, ozvite sa na firstname.lastname@example.org _ Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Vertigo a zaujímate sa o filmový svet
Юра і Микита обговорюють найновіший фільм Девіда Фінчера, шукаючи в ньому сюжет, метафори та приховані глибини. Спойлери починаються з 13:00. Підтримати ЗСУ: https://savelife.in.ua/donate Підтримати Vertigo на Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vertigoUA Підтримати Vertigo на Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vertigoUA Поставити нам запитання: https://forms.gle/yf2zDw2Lh2jmotkGA Наш Telegram-канал: https://t.me/vertigoUA Підписуйтеся на нас у твіттері: https://twitter.com/Vertigo_com_ua Усі подкасти Vertigo: https://linktr.ee/vertigoua
Happy Hitchcoctober! Er, Hitchcocktember. Lyra (from her dorm room!) and Dan discuss Vertigo and Psycho, the director as voyeur, possession versus obsession, and Lyra's strong argument that the shower scene is "goofy." Intro and outro music: Bernard Herrmann's Vertigo score. Mid-show music: Bernard Herrmann's Psycho score.
00:00 But, he's cute 2:18 Intro - scruples and spiders 6:31 Wassup with AJ 9:30 Tips - just say...more, if Meta shuttered, Ven when? 18:02 Gamecat Dojo 23:35 Tips - RE4 25:43 Extra Life link 27:40 D-Day Enhanced Beta 30:00 Tips - BNGCH, Very Bad Dreams 33:27 Sense controllers for sale? 39:05 Drunken Bar Fight upgrade - Pizza Bet 44:36 Tips - It all works out, Frontiers of Pandora?, AJ cheats (surprised?) 48:16 Not For Broadcast 51:54 Tips - VR rythm games, HypeMeter follow-up?, Vertigo 2 soon? 55:18 Collosal Cave VR 1:01:30 Game Awards Nominees 1:10:19 WP nominees 1:17:22 More Scruples 1:18:04 Tips 1:23:13 20 Questions 1:34:50 The Wrap-up 1:39:42 secret post credits scene
Кінець страйку акторів, Warner видаляють ще один фільм і повернення «Скотта Пілігрима» Юра і Микита обговорюють найцікавіші новини та новинки тижня у світі кіно та серіалів. 00:00 — вступ 00:23 — страйк акторів закінчився! 11:32 — перші фільми після завершення страйку («Дедпул 3», «Гладіатор 2», «Бітлджюс 2», «Веном 3» і «Присяжний номер 2») 16:34 — трейлери тижня («Думками навиворіт 2», «Аватар: Останній захисник», «Круті дівчата», «Мисливці на привидів: Замерзла імперія», «Сімейний план») 33:46 — дата виходу другого сезону «Аркейн» 35:14 — новий брендинг Marvel 37:50 — Hulu обʼєднується з Disney+ 41:08 — Warner закрили фільм «Койот проти ACME» 54:06 — нові проєкти («Легенда про Зельду», нова «Дрібнота», байопік про Ілона Маска) 01:01:34 — новини кастингів (Айо Едебірі і Джон Малкович у горорі А24) 01:02:06 — продовжені («Ведмідь») та скасовані («Новобранець: Федерали», «Хороша юристка») серіали 01:06:10 — міні-рекапи («Атака титанів», «Блакитноокий самурай», «Покоління V») 01:17:09 — телепремʼєри тижня («Корона», «Скотт Пілігрим стає до бою», «Монарх: Спадок монстрів», «Вбивство на краю світу», «Джулія») 01:26:14 — кіно на стримінгах («Растін», Please Don't Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain) 01:31:50 — український кінопрокат («Голодні ігри: Балада про співочих пташок і змій») Підтримати ЗСУ: https://savelife.in.ua/donate Підтримати Vertigo на Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vertigoUA Підтримати Vertigo на Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vertigoUA Поставити нам запитання: https://forms.gle/yf2zDw2Lh2jmotkGA Наш Telegram-канал: https://t.me/vertigoUA Підписуйтеся на нас у твіттері: https://twitter.com/Vertigo_com_ua Усі подкасти Vertigo: https://linktr.ee/vertigoua
Dnes sme si pre vás vo filmovom podcaste Vertigo pripravili pohľad na snáď všetky typy žánrov, ktoré nájdete v kinách, alebo na streamovacích službách. Predstavíme si marvelkovku Marvels, ale aj výnimočný česko-slovenský animovaný film Tonko, Slávka a kúzelné svetlo. Nevynecháme ani žánrovo veľmi zvláštne vystavaný viacvrstvový francúzsko-taliansky koprodukčný film Disco Boy, ktorý vás určite prekvapí a budeme prepínať aj streamovacie služby. Na Netflixe vás čaká dvojica skutočných príbehov – hraný film Nyad o mimoriadnom športovom výkone... Dokumentárny film Sly o Sylvestrovi Stallonem a jeho hereckej a scenáristickej kariére. Ale aj netradičný film o láske a životnom šťastí, ktoré sa vraj dajú technicky odhaliť, aby sme si našli toho najlepšieho partnera alebo partnerku. Pozor, blíži sa aj premiéra pokračovania Perinbaby po 38 rokoch. Vyšiel nový trailer a my sme vo Vertigu veľmi zvedaví... (00:00) Úvod (01:11) Marvels (10:28) Tonko, Slávka a kúzelné svetlo (19:02) Disco Boy (24:46) Nyad / Netflix (30:55) Sly / Netflix (38:35) Nechty / Fingernails Apple TV (44:39) Perinbaba a Dva svety (49:47) Záver _ Ak nám chcete napísať, ozvite sa na email@example.com _ Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Vertigo a zaujímate sa o filmový svet
Юра і Микита обговорюють новий фільм MCU, який, можливо, виявився не настільки провальним, як здавалося після повідомлень про проблемний знімальний процес. Зʼясовуємо, що саме у фільмі працює, а що ні, як ми ставимося до головної героїні та чи зможуть «Марвели» змінити траєкторію кіновсесвіту Marvel. Спойлери починаються з 11:23. Підтримати ЗСУ: https://savelife.in.ua/donate Підтримати Vertigo на Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vertigoUA Підтримати Vertigo на Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vertigoUA Поставити нам запитання: https://forms.gle/yf2zDw2Lh2jmotkGA Наш Telegram-канал: https://t.me/vertigoUA Підписуйтеся на нас у твіттері: https://twitter.com/Vertigo_com_ua Усі подкасти Vertigo: https://linktr.ee/vertigoua
#98 on the "good" list gives us our first bit of Hitchcock. It's funnier than the lads expected.Mike Richards has boarded the exploratory ship Orville, or at least the podcasting version of it. You can hear him deep dive into that show at Mission Log: The Orville:https://podcasts.roddenberry.com/show/mission-log-the-orville/Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastius. You'll get early episodes of this and out other podcasts, along with a live chat here and there.Speaking of our other podcasts - seriously, you could only listen to various other configurations of us:Luke Loves Pokemon: https://lukelovespkmn.transistor.fm/Time Enough Podcast (Twilight Zone): https://timeenoughpodcast.transistor.fm/Game Game Show (a game show gaming games): https://gamegameshow.transistor.fm/Occult Disney: https://occultdisney.transistor.fm/Imprisoned in Prison (concerning 1960's UK TV series, "The Prisoner"): https://imprisonedinprison.transistor.fm/And Matt makes music here:https://rovingsagemedia.bandcamp.com/Coming Soon:May 11 - Speed 2: Cruise ControlMay 18 - Singin' in the RainMay 25 - Stan HelsingJune 1 - Vertigo
#96 on the "good" list can make you a bit dizzy. This came out in May 1958, so I suppose this is a 65th anniversary podcast.Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastius. You'll get early episodes of this and out other podcasts, along with a live chat here and there.Speaking of our other podcasts - seriously, you could only listen to various other configurations of us:Luke Loves Pokemon: https://lukelovespkmn.transistor.fm/Time Enough Podcast (Twilight Zone): https://timeenoughpodcast.transistor.fm/Game Game Show (a game show gaming games): https://gamegameshow.transistor.fm/Occult Disney: https://occultdisney.transistor.fm/Imprisoned in Prison (concerning 1960's UK TV series, "The Prisoner"): https://imprisonedinprison.transistor.fm/And Matt makes music here:https://rovingsagemedia.bandcamp.com/Coming Soon:June 8: The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)June 15 - Citizen KaneJune 22 - Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-LiJune 29 - Toy Story 3
Este pódcast está destinado exclusivamente a profesionales de la salud. Los mareos y el vértigo se encuentran entre los síntomas más comunes que provocan que los pacientes acudan a consulta médica (tan comunes como dolor de espalda y dolor de cabeza). Si bien históricamente se ha hecho mucho sobre la distinción entre los términos "mareo" y "vértigo", la evidencia actual sugiere que la distinción tiene una utilidad clínica limitada. En esta ocasión se revisa un abordaje que organiza el acercamiento diagnóstico de los síndromes vestibulares, lo que permite un uso apropiado de recursos y mayor certeza diagnóstica. Notas: https://espanol.medscape.com/verarticulo/5911648 Time stamps: Introducción… 00:00 Recomendaciones de la semana… 1:25 Mareo y vértigo… 5:45 Diferencial… 7:24 Abordaje propuesto… 09:50 Caso clínico… 12:35 Exploración… 13:45 Maniobras espáciales… 14:50 Continuación del caso… 23:05 Causas comunes de vértigo… 25:00 Imagen… 29:45
"One final thing I have to do...and then I'll be free of the past." For Episode 293, Thomas and Brandon tackle one of Alfred Hitchcock's masterpieces. Listen as they discuss how Vertigo made it to the big screen, the cinematography innovations, and why it took a while before people truly discovered the film. Opening Banter (00:00:10) Recap of the Private Investigator Genre (00:05:30) Intro to Vertigo (00:11:57) How Vertigo Got to Production (00:17:26) Favorite Scenes (00:34:51) On Set Life - (01:03:55) Aftermath: Release and Legacy (01:11:29) What Worked and What Didn't (01:19:02) Film Facts (01:29:28) Awards (01:39:42) Final Questions (01:45:09) Preview for Next Week (01:55:42) Get your tickets for our upcoming screening of CHILDREN OF MEN at the Nuart Theatre on November 10th: https://bit.ly/3Q2j9QL Join our Patreon for More Content: https://www.patreon.com/cinenation Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Юра і Микита обговорюють головні новини та новинки тижня у світі кіно та серіалів. 00:00 — вступ 00:22 — трейлери тижня («Каскадер», «Ехо») 09:35 — криза в Marvel Studios 29:12 — страйк триває 30:51 — HBO презентували графік премʼєр 35:32 — нові проєкти («Втеча з вʼязниці», спінофи «Єллоустоуна», «Четверте крило», «Полтергейст») 43:25 — новини кастингів (Сідні Свіні та Ванесса Кірбі в «Раю», «Американська історія спорту» Раяна Мерфі) 48:36 — продовжені («Футурама», Fright Krewe), врятовані («Наутилус») та скасовані («Леттеркенні») серіали 51:25 — міні-рекапи («Рік та Морті», «Сімʼя шпигуна») 56:53 — телепремʼєри тижня («Прокляття», «Мисливиці», «Маяк 23», «Винуватці», «Заради всього людства», «Санта Клауси», Rap Sh!t) 01:05:33 — кіно на стримінгах («Вбивця») 01:06:53 — український кінопрокат («Марвели», «Звук свободи») Підтримати ЗСУ: https://savelife.in.ua/donate Підтримати Vertigo на Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vertigoUA Підтримати Vertigo на Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vertigoUA Наш Telegram-канал: https://t.me/vertigoUA Підписуйтеся на нас у твіттері: https://twitter.com/Vertigo_com_ua Усі подкасти Vertigo: https://linktr.ee/vertigoua
Week 40. Movies... unbearable. Energy... drained. Hope... lost. 10:32 - Interstellar20:59 - The worst person in the world31:52 - The Invisible Man45:19 - House50:54 - Nope59:06 - Vertigo1:09:24 - Rat Race
Ak máte radi kvalitné európske tituly, výnimočné a kreatívne dokumenty, inteligentné animované filmy, či snímky inšpirované skutočnými udalosťami, pustili ste si ten správny podcast – Vertigo. Medzi naše tohtotýždňové tipy patrí netradičný slovenský film - Kôň, ktorý po televíznom uvedení prichádza aj na plátna kín a zároveň netflix titul - Obchodníci s bolesťou, ktorý vyrozprával príbeh o farmaceutickej firme ochotnej pre finančný zisk urobiť prakticky čokoľvek. Za pozornosť určite stojí aj víťazný dokument minuloročného festivalu v Benátkach - Všetka tá krása a zabíjanie (pre milovníkov a milovníčky aktivizmu a fotografie) a rozhodne aj sugestívny a herecky objavný poľský debut Chlieb a soľ, rovnako ocenený na festivale v Benátkach. (00:00) Úvod (00:36) Všetka tá krása a zabíjanie / All the Beauty and the Bloodshed (07:19) Chlieb a soľ / Chleb i sól (15:33) Dounia a princezná z Allepa / Dounia et la princesse d'Alep (21:56) Koň (25:44) Hadí plyn (30:03) Obchodníci s bolesťou / Pain Hustlers (Netflix) (34:27) The Enfield Poltergeist (Apple TV+) (39:28) Moje nová tvář (41:48) Záver _ Ak nám chcete napísať, ozvite sa na email@example.com _ Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Vertigo a zaujímate sa o filmový svet
BPPV stands for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. It occurs when crystals of calcium carbonate shift in the inner ear creating balance problems, vertigo and extremely unpleasant feelings of spinning. It can be very disabling. In this podcast the speaker describes how this happened for her following a bizarre head trauma and what led up to this event.I hold the belief that nothing is random and everything happens FOR us rather than TO us and here we explore the possibilities of why this may have occurred for her.The movement that the speaker describes in this podcast is an adaptation of the Somersault Manoeuvre . The other options to explore are the Epley Manoeuvre or the Canalith repositioning procedure. Searching for any of these will lead you to a DIY solution that aims to reposition the inner ear crystals.I hope you enjoy this conversation.Please like, rate and follow ❤️You can find me on Instagram @thehealingpoint._Or my website www.traceystevens.orgTo discover how your past experiences and emotions influence your physical body and health take a look at The Foundation Course https://www.rootcausepractice.com/foundationLots of LoveTracey x
Shelly shares stories of Editing Izombie and Bodies (which is now a new Netflix TV Series) and talks about her new creator owned series looking back at the weirdness of summer camp.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3143082/advertisement
| Please excuse some possible microphone zapping | Intro Song Credit: YAA! Koala @yaakoala Song: Do Mushies Not Coke Outro Sound Credit: YAA! Koala @yaakoala Song: Jamaica Interlude In this weeks BRAND NEW 2 part podcast special-- your podcast host Brittany Baldi invites on to chat with her, Matt Solter. He is a professional athlete with lots of life to live. He spent a portion of the most recent 2023 baseball season with the Highpoint Rockers. In part 1 of this podcast special Matt details many great aspects of his life— but he also explains his struggle living with vertigo, a condition he believes may have been caused by a head injury he suffered while he was in high school. Part 2 of this special featuring Matt will drop early November. That episode will detail his success in college as well as going pro. Topics discussed in this episode His trip to Israel Matt's dad as a pilot and more family talk Life with 5 siblings Growing up in North Carolina Living with Vertigo Beginning to discuss his sports career MUCH MORE! Please enjoy this podcast episode and be sure to subscribe to The BosBabes for FREE on our Youtube channel. Full interviews & vlogs are posted there! Cheers xo Please be sure to visit meditresse.com today if you or someone you know is experiencing extreme or mild hair loss— the hair specialists may be of assistance. As a special offer for listeners, new customers GET $5 OFF a Lume Starter Pack with code bosbabes at LumeDeodorant.com. That equals to over 40% off your Starter Pack when you visit LumeDeodorant.com and use code bosbabes5. With my sponsor BetterHelp, you get the same professionalism and quality you expect from in-office therapy, but with a therapist who is custom-picked for you, more scheduling flexibility, and at a more affordable price.Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/bosbabes For all of your furniture needs please be sure to check out Highpoint Furniture Sales. They are fully family owned and operated with 2 great locations in the state of North Carolina. Green Team Junk Removal is your premier junk removal company serving the state of Massachusetts. Be sure to call Fred Cullen at (508) 361- 0519 to have them help elevate your removal process today!
Nous concluons aujourd'hui notre série d'interviews réalisées lors de la Heroes Comic-Con 2023, qui se tenait à Bruxelles à la fin du mois de septembre dernier. Après les retranscriptions de nos rencontres avec Ivan Reis et André Lima Araujo, nous avons le plaisir de vous proposer cette discussion plus longue en compagnie de la talentueuse Jill Thompson. Passée chez Vertigo aux côtés de Neil Gaiman, créatrice de hits des comics indé' avec Scary Godmother ou Bêtes de Somme, Jill Thompson continue d'émerveiller régulièrement le monde de la bande dessinée avec ses planches toutes en aquarelle, et votre rédacteur avait particulièrement gardé en mémoire l'impeccable album Wonder Woman : The True Amazon, resté injustement inédit en VF. Qu'à cela ne tienne : vous avez désormais rendez-vous avec Jill Thompson. Si vous souhaitez la retrouver au format écrit, elle est également disponible sur Comicsblog.fr à ce lien. On vous rappellera également l'importance de partager ces contenus de fond si vous appréciez le travail réalisé ! Remerciements : Rémi Lach, David Macho Gomez et Antoine Boudet.
Connor Burns is one of the most exciting emerging acts on the Scottish comedy circuit following a sell out run at this years Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It was a pleasure to have Connor on the Pod at Forth 1 Studios with Marty.Connor is currently touring the UK with his show Vertigo and is off to NYC in November. An Edinburgh lad destined for greatness now he's not fixing your grannies washing machine! This Podcast is brought to you by ACE Property Management - EdinburghContact Nashy for Podcast sponsorship opportunities and get you brand / business in the ears of thousands of listeners.Follow Nashy...Insta - @the_getafterit_family Insta - @getafterit_nashyYouTube - GET AFTER IT with NashyTwitter - @GetAfterItNashyFacebook - GET AFTER IT with NashyFacebook - Dads and Dudes - Private group
Юра і Микита повертаються з обговоренням чергової порції найцікавіших новин і новинок тижня у світі кіно та серіалів. 00:00 — вступ 01:55 — сценаристи ратифікували нову колективну угоду 02:46 — чому страйк акторів досі не закінчився 15:42 — перенесені через страйк фільми («Дедпул 3», «Білосніжка», «Еліо», «Місія неможлива 8», «Байкери») 22:01 — Marvel Studios міняють підхід до серіалів 30:30 — А24 шукає нові проєкти 39:52 — Blumhouse екранізує «Спауна» 40:50 — «Дівчина з татуюванням дракона» стане серіалом 42:00 — Skydance Animation міняє дім 44:54 — «Форс-мажори» отримають спіноф 47:52 — Меттью Вон хоче продовжити франшизу «Кінгсмена» 53:30 — продовжені («Покоління V», «Арчер»), врятовані (Star Trek: Prodigy) та скасовані («Небезпечна вечірка», «Фатальний потяг», «Кроляча нора», «Еліта») серіали 01:02:22 — міні-рекапи («Покоління V», «Локі») 01:10:47 — телепремʼєри тижня («Все те незриме світло», «Onimusha: Воїн оні», «Блакитноокий самурай», «Законники: Басс Рівз», «Невразливий») 01:17:49 — кіно на стримінгах («Нігті», «Наяд», Quiz Lady, «Сталлоне») 01:23:06 — український кінопрокат («Мишоловка», «Між нами») Підтримати ЗСУ: https://savelife.in.ua/donate Підтримати Vertigo на Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vertigoUA Підтримати Vertigo на Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vertigoUA Наш Telegram-канал: https://t.me/vertigoUA Підписуйтеся на нас у твіттері: https://twitter.com/Vertigo_com_ua Усі подкасти Vertigo: https://linktr.ee/vertigoua
V aktuálnom Vertigu vás čaká kombinácia hneď niekoľkých žánrov – kvalitná moderná dynamická dráma z našej histórie, mimoriadne spracovaný domáci kreatívny dokumentárny film nominovaný na Oscara, ale aj netradičné spojenie romantiky-komédie a scifi. Nezostaneme však len v našich kinosálach. Zo streamovacích služieb sme pre vás vybrali tiež zaujímavú kombináciu žánrov – satirickú komédiu z prostredia americkej strednej generácie, japonskú drámu na tému starnutia populácie a problémov s dôchodkovým systémom, ale aj spracovanie skutočného príbehu o jednej láske, ktorá bohužiaľ skončila tragicky. (00:00) Úvod (00:27) Bratia (14:23) Svetloplachosť (28:18) The Pod Generation (43:18) Plan 75 (HBO Max) (54:15) Old Dads (Netflix) (59:35) The Gabby Petito Story (HBO Max) (01:06:54) Záver _ Ak nám chcete napísať, ozvite sa na firstname.lastname@example.org _ Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Vertigo a zaujímate sa o filmový svet
Микита і головний редактор The Village Україна Ярослав Друзюк обговорюють новий фільм Мартіна Скорсезе, який уже називають одним з найкращих у фільмографії культового режисера. Розбираємо, в чому важливість картини, чому Лілі Ґледстоун заслуговує на «Оскар», і хто має розповідати такі історії. Підтримати ЗСУ: https://savelife.in.ua/donate Підтримати Vertigo на Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vertigoUA Підтримати Vertigo на Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vertigoUA Наш Telegram-канал: https://t.me/vertigoUA Підписуйтеся на нас у твіттері: https://twitter.com/Vertigo_com_ua Усі подкасти Vertigo: https://linktr.ee/vertigoua
Welcome back to "From Our Neurons to Yours," a podcast where we criss-cross scientific disciplines to take you to the frontiers of brain science. This week, we explore the science of dizziness with Stanford Medicine neurologist Kristen Steenerson, MD, who treats patients experiencing vertigo and balance disorders.In our conversation, we'll see that dizziness is not a singular experience but rather a broad term encompassing a variety of different sensations of disorientation. We learn about the vestibular system, a set of biological "accelerometers" located deep within the inner ear that detect linear and angular acceleration, helping us perceive motion, orientation, and our connection to the world around us. We also discuss a wearable medical device Dr. Steenerson and colleagues at the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute are developing a wearable device to measure the activity of the vestibular system by tracking a patient's eye movements. With the ability to study this mysterious system in unprecedented detail, we're on the verge of learning more than ever about this misunderstood "sixth sense."Learn MoreDr. Steenerson's Stanford academic profileDr. Steenerson's Stanford Healthcare profile (Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Otolaryngology)The wearable ENG, a dizzy attack event monitor (DizzyDx)ReferencesPopkirov, Stoyan, Jeffrey P. Staab, and Jon Stone. "Persistent postural-perceptual dizziness (PPPD): a common, characteristic and treatable cause of chronic dizziness." Practical neurology 18.1 (2018): 5-13.Harun, Aisha, et al. "Vestibular impairment in dementia." Otology & Neurotology: Official Publication of the American Otological Society, American Neurotology Society [and] European Academy of Otology and Neurotology 37.8 (2016): 1137.Brandt T, Dieterich M. The dizzy patient: don't forget disorders of the central vestibular system. Nat Rev Neurol. 2017 Jun;13(6):352-362. doi: 10.1038/nrneurol.2017.58. Epub 2017 Apr 21. PMID: 28429801.Allison S. Young, Corinna Lechner, Andrew P. Bradshaw, Hamish G. MacDougall, Deborah A. Black, G. Michael Halmagyi, Miriam S. Welgampola Neurology Jun 2019, 92 (24) e2743-e2753; DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000007644Episode CreditsThis episode was produced by Michael Osborne, with production assistance by Morgan Honaker, and hosted by Nicholas Weiler. Cover art by Aimee Garza.Thanks for listening! Learn more about the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute at Stanford and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
On this week's episode of The Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER!: So where in time will Loki find He Who Remains? Of course, it would have to be the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago. Meanwhile, on Netflix, there are Bodies popping up in London across multiple years. John and Jerry watch the first episode of this new series based on a Vertigo graphic novel. A last-minute pick-up at Clint's Comics led to a fun conversation about some of the highlights in the career of the late George Pérez As always, we have our Pick 3 choices sponsored by our friends at Clint's Comics. We would love to hear your comments on the show. Let us know what you've been reading or watching this week. Contact us on our website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or by email. We want to hear from you! As always, we are the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! and we hope you enjoy the show. The Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! is proudly sponsored by Clint's Comics. Clint's is located at 3941 Main in Kansas City, Missouri, and is open Monday through Saturday. Whether it is new comics, trade paperbacks, action figures, statues, posters, or T-shirts, the friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find whatever it is that you need. You should also know that Clint's Comics has the most extensive collection of back issues in the metro area. If you need to find a particular book to finish the run of a title, head on down to Clint's or check out their website at clintscomics.com. Tell them that the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! sent you.
It's that time of the year, theres a chill in the air and frights in the TV room. We talk about all the horror we've been watching from Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, to Dr. Giggles, to Alfred Hitchcock. At the end Brendan regails us with a horrific story of his own.
Join your host Duncan Under The Stairs discussing all things Horror on The Podcast Under the Stairs. Duncan got a chance to check out the new movie directed by Demián Rugna (Terrified). Vertigo released this title in limited theatres on 6th October 2023 ahead of it's Shudder release on Friday 27th October 2023. The grading follows the Netflix rating style of 1 = Hated It, 2 = Didn't Like It, 3 = Liked It, 4 = Really Liked It & 5 = Loved It When Evil Lurks: Duncan: 4.5 Our RSS Feed: https://anchor.fm/s/13ba6ef0/podcast/rss Check out the show on Anchor, iTunes, TuneIn & on Stitcher Radio. Please leave us feedback on iTunes, email@example.com and follow us on Facebook & Twitter Threads.
Erlita, from Vancouver in Canada, shares with us the miraculous story of the birth of her son after being told her son wouldn't live (this was after she had already had 5 miscarriages). It brought her to know the true God after she was prayed for by Spirit Filled Christians. She also recounts her amazing healing from Vertigo and Cervical Cancer. A wonderful listen. This interview was recorded at the Canadian Summer Camp https://youtu.be/9jgoAEKHoZo?si=PUGmOZWEpL2ghM_jSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join your host Duncan Under The Stairs discussing all things Horror on The Podcast Under the Stairs. Duncan got a chance to check out the new movie directed by Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn 2, Mayhem). Suitable Flesh will be in UK Cinemas from 27th October via Vertigo and available on Digital Download from 27th November with a Shudder release expected in very early 2024. The grading follows the Netflix rating style of 1 = Hated It, 2 = Didn't Like It, 3 = Liked It, 4 = Really Liked It & 5 = Loved It Suitable Flesh: Duncan: 3 Our RSS Feed: https://anchor.fm/s/13ba6ef0/podcast/rss Check out the show on Anchor, iTunes, TuneIn & on Stitcher Radio. Please leave us feedback on iTunes, firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Facebook & Twitter Threads.
We're back folks! We're talking. And We're talking a lot. We talk Vertigo, Tom Cruise, War in the Middle East, Rain Man, Barry Lyndon, Stanly Kubrick in general, Seinfeld, Sopranos and more. Most of you will hate us after this for one reason or another. Sound off in the comments. Let's blow this thing up. Not literally folks. And get your tickets to go see Raanan shoot his Comedy Special on Monday at The Comedy Cellar. Tix at https://www.comedycellar.com/reservations-newyork/?showid=1698112800.
I can recall the first time I watched a Hitchcock film (Vertigo in 2004) and I remember the second Hitchcock film I watched (Frenzy in 2006), but I don't remember the first time I saw Psycho. I got my first Netflix account in 2010 and I know this movie was in my DVD queue, but I'm almost positive I saw it sometime before then.I'm often asked about my favorite movies and this classic is definitely in the top 5. I can watch this over and over and never get bored, and at this point, I'm sure I can recite it word for word from memory. While it's well-acted and beautifully shot with great sound mixing and film editing, I love the structure. I love how this story starts one way and then shifts into something else, how we're following Marion on an ill-conceived journey only to be abandoned halfway through. Psycho is as beautiful as it is disturbing, but it's timeless and one of my absolute favorites.Trailer: https://youtu.be/DTJQfFQ40lI?si=xrodLfYf1_dBEzPyFollow Me On:TikTok @thisissavvyInstagram @alrightletstalkaboutitTwitter @thisissavvy1Criticless https://bit.ly/45D7kGQAdvertisement/Business Inquiries: email@example.comSUPPORT THIS PODCASTSubscribe To My Substack: https://thisissavvy.substack.com/Venmo/CashApp/Paypal: thisissavvyRequest a Custom Video from Me: https://link.shoutout.fans/SavannahEdwardsSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/sellout. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dave and John break the Quantum Leap rules and travel outside their own lifetimes to experience Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo from 1958. Jeff was unable to time travel this week due to high mercury levels from airport sushi which makes the big question will two hosts who almost never agree on films agree on this one in a head to head discussion. Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema. Our phone number is 646-484-9298, it accepts texts or voice messages. 0:00 Intro; 6:55 Movie Review with Spoilers; 1:02:16 What you Been Watching? Additional Cast/Crew: James Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes Additional Tags: Femme Fatale, mystery, thriller, Hitchcock, cinematography, green screen, sag strike
Joy Alliy was a lawyer who had persistent dizzy spells that were misdiagnosed as vertigo before being diagnosed as an ischemic stroke. Joy was 42 years old. The post Vertigo Turns Out To Be STROKE – Joy Alliy appeared first on Recovery After Stroke.
For this week's episode of Unclear and Present Danger, Jamelle and John watched “Hidden Assassin” — also released under the name “The Shooter” — a 1995 action drama directed by Ted Kotcheff and starring Dolph Lundgren and Maruschka Detmers. In “Hidden Assassin,” Lundgren plays a U.S. Marshall, Michael Dane, tasked with arresting a woman, played by Detmers, suspected of assassinating the Cuban ambassador to the United States. Time is of the essence; the Secretary of State will meet with his Cuban counterpart in Prague — where the movie takes place — in an attempt to ease tensions between the two nations. But Lundgren isn't so sure that Detmers' character, Simone Rosset, is the shooter. What unfolds is a conspiracy that threatens Dane's life and implicates some of his closest allies.The tagline for “Hidden Assassin” is “Seduction is a deadly weapon!” Which doesn't have much to do with the actual movie.You can find “Hidden Assassin” to watch on Amazon Prime or for free on YouTube.Connor Lynch produced this episode. Artwork by Rachel Eck.Contact us!Follow us on Twitter!John GanzJamelle BouieUnclearPodAnd join the Unclear and Present Patreon! For just $5 a month, patrons get access to a bonus show on the films of the Cold War, and much, much more. he latest episode of our Patreon podcast is on the 1979 film “Winter Kills.” Our next episode of the main freed podcast will be on “The Enemy Within,” a 1994 remake of John Frankenheimer's “Seven Days in May.” And we'll watch the original film for the Patreon as well.Links from the episode!The films of Chris MarkerA video essay on “La Jette” and “Vertigo.”
With "Near", director Chris Good Goodwin wanted to show some creative separation between himself and his close collaborator, SlasherVictim666. Chris talks about the importance of watching one movie every night, his expansive film taste and the importance of casting. Check out Near on TUBI! Films: Near (2023), The Big Feast (1973), Reel 2 (2020), Reel (2015), Who Wants To Be Reely Famous? (Series), Killers of the Flower Moon (2023), The Boogeyman (2023), August Underground (2001), It Lives Inside (2023), Terrifier 2 (2022), Terrifier 3 (2024), The Exorcist: Believer (2023), Boogeyman (2005), The Celebration (1998), Cats (2019), Incident at Deception Ridge (1994), The Empty Man (2020), Grieve (2023), Bacurau (2019), Curb Your Enthusiasm (Series), Vertigo (1958), Phantom of the Paradise (1974), Snake Eyes (1998) Hey, we're on YouTube! Listening on an iPhone? Don't forget to rate us on iTunes! Fill our fe-mailbag by emailing us at OverlookHour@gmail.com Reach us on Instagram (@theoverlooktheatre) Facebook (@theoverlookhour) Twitter (@OverlookHour)
The Frieze art fair has turned 20 this week, and is only growing in its ambitions, having acquired the Armory Show fair in New York and Expo Chicago. So what should we make of Frieze's continuing expansion and what's the mood at Frieze London and Frieze Masters this year? We talk to Tim Schneider, The Art Newspaper's acting art market editor, who is over from New York for the fairs. In Reykjavik in Iceland, the artist-run Sequences Biennial opens on Friday. A former curator of the event is Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir, who will represent Iceland at the Venice Biennale in 2024. Tom Seymour went to the Icelandic capital to talk to her about Venice, Sequences and the Icelandic scene. And this episode's Work of the Week is Open Window, Collioure (1905) by Henri Matisse. The painting is a highlight of the exhibition Vertigo of Colour: Matisse, Derain, and the Origins of Fauvism at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. We speak to Dita Amory, co-curator of the show, about this landmark painting in Matisse's career.Frieze London and Frieze Masters, Regent's Park, London, until 15 October.The Sequences Biennial, entitled Can't See, begins on 13 October and continues until 22 October 2023.Vertigo of Color: Matisse, Derain, and the Origins of Fauvism, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 13 October-21 January 2024; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 25 February-27 May 2024. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Vertigo and Forgiveness Prayer video: • Forgiveness Praye... I had such a huge response to my vertigo video and forgiveness prayer last week, if you watched it, commented on the video, or messaged me, I thank you with all of my heart! Please visit our website for more information: https://waxelasananda.com/join/ Because of that I have decided to invite you on the next step of my journey. There was more going on than vertigo and forgiveness. I submerged into the underworld, I spent several days there, confronted with my shadow and the shadow parts of life itself. I questioned everything, I challenged all that is… until I recognized that there was no one there but myself. I was fighting myself in the darkness, questioning everything that I believed, that I am, have been, or will be. This was a re-awakening to acknowledging the value of the darkness. That it is integrally part of this earth experience, and that it is not a bad thing, it is how we grow and become balanced in our power. We must KNOW our darkness. Understand it, respect it, value that it is part of who we are as human and as embodied spirit. "And because I KNOW MY Darkness, I KNOW MY LIGHT." This is how you can get back to your CORE, your truth, your authentic SELF. This is part of who we are but so many of us deny it. Integrating the shadow self is not easy, this is the journey of an embodied lightworker. I look forward to reading your comments! Video Title: Persephone And The Demise of Lightworkers: Discover Your Path To Enlightenment | WaxelaSananda.com This video is about Persephone And The Demise of Lightworkers: Discover Your Path To Enlightenment. But It also covers the following topics: Mythology And Spirituality Understanding Spiritual Concepts Spiritual Awakening And Growth
On this week's episode of The Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER!: We wrap up season one of Ahsoka, covering episodes seven and eight. Did it live up to expectations? Do we want a second season? And how did they keep it a secret that our favorite protocol droid would be making a cameo? In most weeks, covering Ahsoka would be a full show, but not us! We're going to dive right back into the deep end with the start of season two of Loki. As always, we have our Pick 3 choices sponsored by our friends at Clint's Comics. We would love to hear your comments on the show. Let us know what you've been reading or watching this week. Contact us on our website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or by email. We want to hear from you! As always, we are the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! and we hope you enjoy the show. The Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! is proudly sponsored by Clint's Comics. Clint's is located at 3941 Main in Kansas City, Missouri, and is open Monday through Saturday. Whether it is new comics, trade paperbacks, action figures, statues, posters, or T-shirts, the friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find whatever it is that you need. You should also know that Clint's Comics has the most extensive collection of back issues in the metro area. If you need to find a particular book to finish the run of a title, head on down to Clint's or check out their website at clintscomics.com. Tell them that the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! sent you.
BoF's editor-at-large and founder and editor-in-chief look back at the key moments of fashion month, from Sabato de Sarno's debut at Gucci to Sarah Burton's farewell show for Alexander McQueen.Background: This season, fashion month saw several highly-anticipated debuts (Sabato de Sarno at Gucci, and Peter Hawkings at Tom Ford) as well as goodbyes (Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen, Fabio Zambernardi at Prada and Miu Miu, and Gabriela Hearst at Chloé). But, beyond those headline-making moments, the highlights included the slyness and humour at Prada where models walked down a runway against a backdrop of dripping slime to an Alfred Hitchcock soundtrack, Dries Van Noten's and models at JW Anderson in plasticine-made hoodies..“The best shows make you think and make you feel a little uncomfortable or they evoke some kind of emotion — but they also make you want to shop,” says Imran Amed, BoF's founder and editor-in-chief. Following the conclusion of Paris Fashion Week, Amed sat down with BoF's editor-at-large Tim Blanks to discuss the highlights of the Spring/Summer 2024 season and the hallmarks of a great fashion show. Key Insights:Sabato de Sarno's much-anticipated debut at Gucci, which included a change of venue from the streets of Milan's Brera district to Gucci's headquarters forced by inclement weather. “If those girls had been walking on cobblestones just like people going somewhere, seeing those clothes in a real environment, it would have taken on a different kind of life,” says Blanks. Alexander McQueen said goodbye to Sarah Burton, who served as a steward for the brand for more than 10 years after the death of its namesake designer. ( “ She was so umbilically connected with [McQueen] that the brand ethos was sustained to a remarkable degree. I would hate to see McQueen now become one of those brands where no one really knows what to do with it and it's in play,” says Blanks. Rick Owens show featured plumes of coloured smoke and bursts of rose petals — and a collection full of thought-provoking statement pieces. “There is really no one like him in fashion, and I don't know if there has ever been anyone like him in fashion,” says Blanks. Blanks calls Undercover's Jun Takahashi one of the industry's most fascinating designers. This year, Takahashi showed a provocative collection that played with proportions and layering, with a finale that included “terrarium” skirts, filled with plants and live butterflies. “He makes clothes that … people might consider to be avant garde, but they're so beautiful and wearable as well,” says Blanks.Prada was the “show of the season.” A few years into Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons' collaboration as co-creative directors, the show's success was a convergence of elements beyond the collection itself — from the soundtrack (Alfred Hitchcok's “Vertigo”) to the set. “It reminded us of Prada in its full glory where there was that slyness and humour and perverse glamour,” says Blanks. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.