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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
 
Accuracy Third is a collection of stories from participants of Burning Man. Your hosts Rex, D-Day, and editor Beth compile, comment upon, and share your tales of dusty adventure. Featuring in-studio interviews as well as submitted content, Accuracy Third attempts to create a record of the ephemeral magic of our annual art party. Listen and share your stories at accuracythird.com
 
Pete Quinones' core philosophy is that all human interaction should be voluntary, period! Any and all coerced or forced interactions are logically and morally without mandate. "If I do not have the right to demand 30% of my neighbor's labor, I can in no way, logically or morally, pass that right on to some other man or organization." -Pete Quinones (July 2017)
 
A burglar nicknamed Spider-Man robbed a Paris museum of seventy million dollars’ worth of art in one night. But selling masterpieces, he found, was harder than stealing them. An editor who worked on “The Apprentice” explains how the show made Donald Trump the man he is today. We examine how an electronics plant in Wisconsin that promised lots of jobs turned into an epic boondoggle. And the poet Terrance Hayes offers a sonnet for the New Year.
 
A burglar nicknamed Spider-Man robbed a Paris museum of seventy million dollars’ worth of art in one night. But selling masterpieces, he found, was harder than stealing them. An editor who worked on “The Apprentice” explains how the show made Donald Trump the man he is today. We examine how an electronics plant in Wisconsin that promised lots of jobs turned into an epic boondoggle. And the poet Terrance Hayes offers a sonnet for the New Year.
 
Bend the knee and join us each week as we re-read the epic fantasy series, A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin. Each episode will contain a small council meeting for updates on the HBO show, Winds of Winter, and GRR’s ‘Not a Blog’. We also include a short history lesson from A World of Ice and Fire. Finally, we take an in-depth look at each chapter of the series. This is a book club without banners, all are welcome to join! Night gathers, and now our read begins …
 
Join host Allison Korleski as she talks with people from all corners of the yarniverse: designers and dyers, shepherds and spinners, publishers and pathfinders. From family farms in the American heartland to a woman’s cooperative in Afghanistan, each episode explores what connects us as knitters and makers.
 
The Peer Pleasure Podcast strives to bring the listener into a conversation that breaks down artists and creatives to their true and basic form. What you are left with is the real human experience. It's the brainchild of Dewey Halpaus (Portugal. The Man/Anatomy of a Ghost/The Burning Room) and features your favorite musicians, comedians, actors and authors. Dive in.
 
“(T)he past is what man should not have been. The present is what man ought not to be. The future is what artists are.” Published originally as “The Soul of Man Under Socialism,” this is not so much a work of sober political analysis; rather it can be summed up as a rhapsodic manifesto on behalf of the Individual. Socialism having deployed technology to liberate the whole of humanity from soul-destroying labour, the State obligingly withers away to allow the free development of a joyful, ana ...
 
Josh, Dave, and Tim have been tolerating each other since high school. They share a love of all things DIY; from basic handyman skills to major home renovations. For them, learning new skills and completing projects is more than just getting things done right. It's about becoming a better man and helping others along the way. We haven't reached the mass audiences the likes of The Art of Manliness or Jocko, but we're steadily growing the You can, man. army! We hope you'll take a listen and li ...
 
Join Mike Schubert, a grown man reading the Harry Potter series for the first time, as he sits down with HP fanatics to poke fun at plot holes, make painfully incorrect predictions, and bask in the sassiness of the characters. Schubes and his guests cover a portion of the Harry Potter franchise each week, taking you on a journey through your childhood, this time with the rose-tinted glasses off.
 
Philip Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, was at one time Ambassador to the Hague, negotiated the second Treaty of Vienna, was a founding governor of London’s Foundling Hospital, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, and Secretary of State. Having no legitimate children, his heir was his third cousin (another Philip) whom he adopted. Although known as a hard, calculating man, he is most well known for his letters to his natural son (i.e., illegitimate son) (also called Philip). When Philip died in 1768, ...
 
Seasons: A Year Of Movies is a (mostly) weekly podcast where Emma Ramirez and Jacob Benfell talk about a series of films for each season of the year. The movies can be directly connected (a franchise, a director/writer/whatever’s filmography) or loosely connected (a thematic through-line.) We alternate picking the season’s theme, so the movies will be as varied as our thoughts are. We’ll explore why we watch the movies we do when we do, how context changes our understanding of art, geek out, ...
 
Take a trip back to swinging London in the early 1970s and meet Roy Steel, ex - big game hunter, and Lorrimer Chesterfield, a brain in the shape of a man. Together they are The Monster Hunters. Their mission: to protect the country from vampires, werewolves and a whole pantheon of unmentionable terrors! Taking its cue from the classic period of British horror and adventure, the 1960s and 70s, The Monster Hunters is a comedy adventure series written by and starring Peter Davis and Matthew Woo ...
 
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Losing stinks. Nobody wants to suffer defeat in a game, flunk a test, or get passed over for a promotion. Losses can feel like stinging humiliations, insurmountable setbacks, like the end of the world; they can even push us to quit pursuing something we love. And yet losses can be the most instructive and meaningful parts of our lives, and be centr…
 
49 Minutes Safe for Work Jose is the author of "The 10 Myths of Gun Control" and writes on such diverse topics as the "war on meat" and the history of Venezuela. Jose joins Pete to talk about the unprecedented number of guns that have been bought this year and how even people on the Left who were formerly for gun control are waking up. They start o…
 
Walter Russell experienced illumination and then recorded what he learned. Though he gave us the basis for many books The Universal One has never been edited since the day he finished writing it. This book is full of diagrams and ideas which basically inform you, everything you learned in school is wrong. Even the Pope at the time made contact with…
 
For the last couple of months, we’ve been bringing you stories from our archive as we experiment with some new formats. Now, we wanted to share one of the stories we’ve been working on. As protests continue over police brutality and systemic racism in the justice system, WBEZ Criminal Justice Reporter Patrick Smith breaks down how the police accoun…
 
Jaime Harrison, a South Carolina Democrat who’s never held elected public office, is running against Lindsey Graham, one of the Senate’s most powerful Republicans. It sounds like a long-shot bid, but a prominent poll has them tied among likely voters. Graham, Harrison says, should spend less time golfing with the President and more time talking to …
 
It used to be that even the biggest, brawniest Hollywood talent agencies restricted their clientele to... well, Hollywood. That meant actors, filmmakers, screenwriters, and not much else. But Tinseltown's 10-percentaries have been playing by a new set of rules for years now. Nowhere is this truer than at United Talent Agency (UTA), one of the enter…
 
54 Minutes Some Strong Language Pete asked Matt Freeman from the Statist Quo podcast and Pat Watson from the Uncensored Tactical podcast to come on the show and talk about what Civil War in the U.S. would look like in the 21st Century. Drawing on their military backgrounds and Pat's law enforcement experience, they address several scenarios and giv…
 
One show truly dominated the 2020 Emmy Awards and that was Schitt's Creek, which took out best comedy and swept all four comedy acting categories. Benjamin Law and drop in host Hannah Reich analyse why the sixth and final season has been such a hit with viewers and Emmy voters.Plus Journalist and self-described “(retired) veteran of the wellness in…
 
Episode No. 464 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Torkwase Dyson and historian Dennis Reed. The New Orleans Museum of Art is showing "Torkwase Dyson: Black Compositional Thought, 15 Paintings for the Plantationocene," a series of works made for the museum. These new paintings were inspired by Dyson's interest in the systems that under…
 
Guest host David Sedaris presents three stories about love and constraints. Jamaica Kincaid’s “Girl” conjures up a tough but loving mother in a humorous laundry list of dos and don’ts. She’s brought to life by Hattie Winston. George Saunders’ story title says it all: “Lars Farf, Excessively Fearful Husband and Father” takes protectiveness to hilari…
 
Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. Visit bigsandwich.co for a bonus weekly show, monthly movie commentary, early stuff and ad-free podcast feeds for $9 per month. This week’s Suggestibles: Mr Sunday Mission Impossible Close Enough Know My Name by Chanel Miller I Wa…
 
In secretly-recorded phone calls, a Mount Vernon police officer said police let the man go for weeks because of an ongoing federal drug operation, despite the risk of bloodshed. Those calls are part of a trove of phone conversations recorded by a whistleblower cop in Mount Vernon, a small, majority Black city just north of the Bronx. Between 2017 a…
 
There are a few books that have given me the tools needed to get beyond falsehood, which is the current foundation of our synthetic reality. Mr. Hoffman lent his hand to two such books, King Kill 33 and Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare. I no longer waste brain cycles decoding false events as I am now able to detect/smell synthetic and sta…
 
In Black Rock City, Burn Week is when everything is happening and everyone is there, just like in this episode, where comedians and philosophers Duncan Trussell and Nick Kroll take over the podcast, and Stuart, Andie, Logan, and Vav are the guests. We discuss everything from permission engines to economic models, everything from Judaism to fuckoism…
 
83 Minutes Some Strong Language Bird is one-third of the hosts of the Friends Against Government podcast. Bird talks about some of the main themes of the writings of Jean Baudrillard. Baudrillard is commonly known as someone whose thought inevitable leads to nihilism so they discuss whether Baudrillard's thought inspires nihilism, or predicts it. T…
 
A “spambot” takes over a man’s life; rules are broken during a night at the bar; a woman’s career ambition is challenged by her health; and a young Mormon must weigh desire with devotion. Hosted by The Moth’s Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Storytellers:…
 
Known as the King of Western Swing, Wills formed several bands and played radio stations around the South and West until he formed the Texas Playboys in 1934. The Texas Playboys' signature dance-floor style of Western swing encompassed blues, jazz, country, and pop standards. Trent adds, "This is the folk music of the European, Celtic peoples." It'…
 
Welcome to episode 166 with one of my oldest buddies from the band days, Marc Paffi from Bear Vs Shark and Bars of Gold! I am so stoked to finally bring this episode to you as we did the chat some time ago. I think you are all going to enjoy this chat with one of the best frontmen of all time! Don't forget to rate and subscribe. Learn more about yo…
 
Jason chats with Iron Man and Doctor Doom writer Christopher Cantwell about comics, television and how cars have inspired his Iron Man run. (NOTE: This panel was recorded LIVE as part of MainFrame Comic Con.) Follow Christopher: https://twitter.com/ifyoucantwell Pre-order our next comic -- Jupiter Jet & The Forgotten Radio! AMAZON: amzn.to/3j8SSiw …
 
In court or in parliament, Malcolm Turnbull carried an air of showmanship. His memoir, A Bigger Picture, reveals that he actually comes from a long line of theatre people: a writer and performer mother, a vaudevillian grandfather and a Tony and Oscar-winning cousin.Also, we remember playwright and director Aidan Fennessy with his friend and collabo…
 
What does it take to prepare a new stand-up show for the world’s biggest comedy festival? Loyiso Gola is one of South Africa’s most loved comedians - he's performed across the globe and his satirical TV show Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola has had two Emmy nominations, one of television’s greatest accolades.In this story, recorded back in 2017, In …
 
In this week's adventure, it's another unboxing episode as Magnus takes a gander at the latest items sent by Mark Kalmbach. What might this week's goodies include? Is there any chance it has something to do with Tolkien? Hint: This episode is part of the Radio Free Isengard. So that should be kind of a tipoff right there. After that, it's time to c…
 
Today, it's hard to go very long without hearing about special operations forces like the Army's Green Berets and the Navy's SEALs. But before special operators became an ingrained part of the military's strategy and established a prominent presence in the public eye, they existed as experimental, now largely forgotten units that were launched duri…
 
David’s family has owned the same plot of farmland in North Carolina for over 300 years. As he gets older, he starts to realize that some family members have never really left... Season 5 has 22 new episodes, each released weekly on Mondays & Fridays. Select episodes will be available across streaming platforms (like this episode), but you can find…
 
Today, it’s hard to go very long without hearing about special operations forces like the Army’s Green Berets and the Navy’s SEALs. But before special operators became an ingrained part of the military’s strategy and established a prominent presence in the public eye, they existed as experimental, now largely forgotten units that were launched duri…
 
Green Dreams! How difficult are they to interpret? Who is Reek?! Listen in as we discuss chapter 35 of George R. R. Martin's A Clash of Kings. The reread will continue! Make sure to read A CLASH OF KINGS: Tyrion VIII and share your thoughts on Facebook: Join the discussion: https://www.facebook.com/BendtheKneePodcast/ Show sponsorship: BetterHelp i…
 
J'Neia is back for more QTTA, and we actually get to cover the interesting part of the book! Sadly, that's only one chapter! Topics include: dunking, Bill Belichick, Air Bud: Snitch Edition, Usain Bolt, Werewolf Krum, Avengers Endgame, Gritty, the Beyoncé of Wales, Mykonos, the Bad Boy Pistons, The Incredibles, Celestina Warbeck lyrics, Monster's I…
 
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