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A fascinating discussion of current national and international security issues. I interview experts on different subjects. More often than not, the discussion ends with a heated (but friendly) debate between me and my guest. So far we have covered issues ranging from the future of NATO, violence and law enforcement in Mexico, defense policy in Canada, the US and Mexico, North Korea, cybersecurity, organized crime, PUTIN, afghanistan... you name it we have covered it or will eventually do so. ...
 
The Official Alfred Deks PodcastContains Djsets with tracks of Dj's and Producers in all the globewith the unique purpose to entertain and have good time.
 
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The most beautiful ballads of the world.Music and messages for your soul.
 
Mexico is complicated, but we eat our way to an explanation.
 
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The LOS ANGELES REVIEW OF BOOKS, as its name suggests, looks out at the world of books from its perch on the Pacific Rim. Since the 19th century writers have bridled at New York’s seeming monopoly over publication. Bret Harte in The Overland Monthly, John Crowe Ransom and Robert Penn Warren in I’ll Take My Stand, and the other regionalists, along with other outsiders, people who felt excluded from the literary conversation, and writers and readers in a thousand places — including even New Yo ...
 
The Elyse Y. Robinson Podcast is a show that looks at how to life your best life. Leaving the United States after her mother passed away on November 11th, 2016, she left on a hope and a dream to grieve. She had never even heard of Mexico City before but yet something told her to go there...it was her destiny. Hear stories about how to move abroad, daily life in Mexico City (one of the largest cities in the world), love, entrepreneurship, happiness, sadness, danger, and whatever else that com ...
 
En este podcast hablamos sobre la técnica de assessment center o centros de evaluación y sus aplicaciones.
 
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In the autumn of 1913 John Reed was sent to Mexico by the Metropolitan Magazine to report the Mexican Revolution. He shared the perils of Pancho Villa's army for four months, present with Villa's Constitutional Army when it defeated Federal forces at Torreón, opening the way for its advance on Mexico City. Reed's time with the Villistas resulted in a series of outstanding magazine articles that brought Jack a national reputation as a war correspondent. Reed deeply sympathized with the plight ...
 
Born and raised in Miami, Joshua D has quickly become known worldwide. He's traversed the globe time and time again, infecting club goers with an irresistible desire to dance. Those who have experienced his live sets are frequently surprised at his ability to weave together a seamless musical journey, intense and full of energy!Truly an emergent international DJ and producer, Joshua D has been booked for events in many global hot spots such as LA, Miami, Chicago, London, Vancouver, San Franc ...
 
Em Oasis MX queremos te mostrar a cidade do México (DF) e cada um dos Oásis que há aí, vamos recorrer desde museus e sítios arqueológicos até discotecas e bares, e qualquer coisa que se nos atravesse pela cabeça. Lembre que Oasis MX está disponível em diferentes línguas, visite-nos em http://mxoasis.blogspot.com
 
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In Oasis MX we want to show you Mexico City (DF) and the oasis in there, we'll show you places as different as museums and archaeological sites, discos and bars, or whatever we want to. Remember that Oasis MX is available in different languages, check http://mxoasis.blogspot.com
 
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En Oasis MX queremos mostarte tu ciudad, el DF, y cada uno de los Oasis que hay en ella, recorreremos desde museos y reservas arqueológicas, hasta bares antros y lo que se nos ocurra. Además de la ciudad, de vez en cuando visitaremos otros lugares. Recuerda que Oasis MX esta disponible en varios idiomas; checa http://mxoasis.blogspot.com
 
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The best in Uplifting Trance, Drum and Bass and House in this free monthly podcast!www.twitter.com/abrahamtenahua
 
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Transmission's from the other side radio show, hosted by dj/producer and remixer Goodman. Is an internet radio mix show that features some the latest dance tracks by upcoming artist (producers), on a 45 to 60 min live mix format.
 
Dj Young recalled in house music and all its variations, with many career and reputation throughout the town. He started clicking with your friends at parties that were mounted and soon was clicking on music halls and pubs.
 
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Host Eric Newman is joined by Stephen Van Dyck, author of People I Met on the Internet, a series of narrative vignettes derived from the list Van Dyck kept for over a decade of all the men he first met online. Van Dyck talks about how internet chat rooms and blogs offered him a new safe world of contact as a shy queer teen; the unique counterin ...…
 
After 4 long years away... I have finally made my way back to beautiful Los Angeles. To celebrate my return, I've pumped out this extra punchy podcast!Enjoy! 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻By DJ Joshua D.
 
Co-Hosts Kate Wolf and Medaya Ocher are joined by Shelly Oria to talk about her new anthology Indelible in the Hippocampus: Writings from the #MeToo Movement. The collection includes essays, poetry, and fiction around harassment, abuse and the underlying power dynamics in our everyday lives. Oria explains how the collection came together and th ...…
 
So here is the 3rd and final episode on MYTHBUSTING WW2 and the belief that the soviets singlehandedly won the war. This episode looks at the final phase of the war, during and after the landings at Normandy in June of 1944. Russians love to argue that D DAY was a piece of cake, but they conveniently forget what happened at Falais and at the Ba ...…
 
Co-hosts Kate Wolf and Medaya Ocher speak with Sarah M Broom about her latest work The Yellow House; a moving and beautiful book rooted in one place, which combines memoir, archival history of her family, and a story of her growing up in New Orleans East. Sarah explains how the culture of this forgotten part of the city - isolated by the indust ...…
 
Jenny Odell, author of How To Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy, joins co-hosts Medaya Ocher and Kate Wolf to asses the state of the human soul in the age of social media reproduction. The verdict is clear: we need strategies of resistance. Constantly tracked and hunted by the digital panopticon, we have no time for reverie, reflectio ...…
 
So here is part 2 of the "russia did not win ww2 all by itself". In this episode there is a SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN SOUND QUALITY. Sorry for last time, I was trying to figure out a new microphone. This episode looks at the battle of stalingrad, the bombing (flattening) of german cities and the north africa campaign among other things. In the ...…
 
In this episode we have our guest DJ Jay Rivas with a minimix set maked on on 13-Sep-19 the playlist: + "Dancing"- Babert + "akira" - Nhan Solo + "Emotion" - Purple Disco Machine + "Funkosphere" - Peter Brown and more...
 
What if that most celebrated of American genres, the Western, was stripped of its traditional tropes? Gone are the heroic lonesome gunslingers, the helpless women on the homesteads, the rampant outlaws, and cliched representations of inidigenous people. Is it possible that a such novel, rooted in greater historical accuracy, could prove equally ...…
 
ok, so im on sabbatical and i was thinking of a podcast project. I came up with this idea to bust WW2 myths like, "well the NAZI were evil, but they were good military strategists" No they were not. They sucked They were horrible. Thank god the NAZIs made these horrendous military mistakes because it cost them the war. If the Nazis were not the ...…
 
The redemptive power of oral history is at the heart of Susan Straight's new memoir, In The Country Of Women; and also in this installment of the LARB Radio Hour, the first in a special series featuring Los Angeles authors. As Susan relates the amazing stories of the women in her family from across many generations to host Kate Wolf, the spirit ...…
 
We have two great interviews this week. First up, Magdalena Edwards joins co-hosts Kate Wolf and Medaya Ocher to discuss her article for LARB "Benjamin Moser and the Smallest Woman in the World," which has gone viral. This dialogue is no less gripping, as Magdalena outlines her experience working with a publishing industry icon as the hired tra ...…
 
This is an Alfred Deks Djmix maked on 22-Ago-2019 the playlist: + "Pequeñines"- The Wookies + "Mi Rumba" - Sofi Tukker Ft Zhu + "High On You (extended Mix)" - EDX + "Body" - Brando & Loud Luxury and more...
 
LARB's Medaya Ocher talks with Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert about their new film which documents the recent history of an American factory in Dayton, OH that was closed last decade and re-opened this decade under Chinese ownership and management. The tale is rife with paradoxes: the communists are the capitalists; and the workers from the l ...…
 
One of the most pressing issues facing American society is the rise of a radical anti-government right wing movement over the past few decades; and now, in particular, its relationship to President Trump. Author Anthony McCann goes right to heart of this movement in his new book Shadowlands: Fear and Freedom at the Oregon Standoff, the product ...…
 
6,000 Diesel Chugga Chuggas before a Single Satellite Choo Choo. Nothing says dystopian future podcast like calling in from a Satellite phone while riding cross-country trains in the USA. As you'll hear in the first few seconds, sound quality was not the first priority on this very remote edition of SW2L, where Nick talks all about saving the w ...…
 
"There's so much there, and it's so fascinating" observes co-host Kate Wolf after Lyra Kilston opens this week's podcast with a summary of her new book Sun Seekers: The Cure of California. Kate might as well be talking about the entire history, brief yet spectacular, of Southern California. This week's show unveils another of the spectacular pa ...…
 
What could possibly be more of an LA literary event: James Ellroy reading from his new novel, This storm, then talking with Tom Lutz, founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Los Angles Review of Books - and even taking questions from the audience (you simply need to hear his answer to a question about Trump). It's the greatest contemporary practitio ...…
 
We are back once again with a new episode. This time with BIOHAZARD, an Ethical Hacker whose career did not start off so ethically if you know what I mean. He remains anonymous throughout the entire episode but if you ever need his help for something, email me at securityperimeter@gmail.com. We have a fascinating discussion about the cyber unde ...…
 
Filmmaker Petra Costa joins co-hosts Eric Newman and Medaya Ocher to talk about Brazil's turbulent politics over the past few decades; and how she was able to capture their operatic intensity in her new documentary, Edge of Democracy. Petra grew up the child of political militants, who were jailed and then went into hiding during Brazil's milit ...…
 
Poet Ariana Reines joins co-hosts Eric Newman and Kate Wolf to discuss A Sand Book, her most ambitious work to date. The show opens with a powerful extended passage from the poem A Partial History. If listeners are not yet aware of Reines as one this century's great new voices, they will be within five minutes: a rhythmic cascade of language ri ...…
 
**NOTE** For our podcast listeners, the LARB Radio Hour can now be downloaded as a separate podcast. The LARB Radio Hour will no longer appear on the LA Review of Books podcast.This week we present the second half of our interview with Michael Silverblatt, the host of KCRW’s nationally syndicated literary show Bookworm. Silverblatt explains his ...…
 
Welcome for a brand new special. The first special of my DnB series "Drum And Bass Titans"This time I mix the best Drum And Bass tracks included in the videogames series Forza Horizon.I hope you like it and do not forget to share with your friend and all DnB lovers around the globe.See you next month!Tracklist:1.- Bop feat. Synkro - Blurred Mem ...…
 
Author Fred Tuten joins co-hosts Medaya Ocher, Kate Wolf and Eric Newman to talk about his new book, My Young Life: A Memoir. The conversation begins with Fred explaining why after five celebrated novels, he chose to write a memoir; what follows is a series of beautiful reflections on his life. In the introduction to the show, Medaya says this ...…
 
Legendary Chicanx Feminist Theorist Cherrie Moraga joins host Eric Newman to talk about her new memoir, Native Country of the Heart, which tells the story of Cherrie mother, Elvira, along with reflections on Cherrie's own life and the long history of the Mexican-American/Indigenous diaspora. Cherrie discusses how she came to write about her mot ...…
 
In a wide-ranging conversation, Eric and Medaya talk with author Jordy Rosenberg about the life and times of Jack Sheppard, eighteenth century Britain’s most famous prisonbreak artist, who is at the center of Rosenberg’s Confessions of the Fox. Plumbing the archival material that remains of this mysterious figure, Rosenberg’s novel imagines She ...…
 
Author Jacob Tobia joins co-hosts Eric Newman and Medaya Ocher to discuss their first book, Sissy: A coming of Gender Story. In a wide-ranging conversation, Tobia talks about coming into their non-binary gender, confronting haters, and embracing the messiness of Identity. Not only is Jacob a joy to talk with, but they also give a brilliant long ...…
 
A Hackerspace, a Hotel Room and a new record distance between our hosts who have never been closer. Coming out of the last super depressing episode, our guests pull off a livestreamed episode filled with beer, puns, discussion of food from a Spanish speaking country and the end of the world through catastrophic climate change. Socialize nickfar ...…
 
Co-hosts Eric Newman, Medaya Ocher and Kate Wolf are granted an audience with his Holiness the King of Filth, John Waters. Speaking about his new memoir, Waters opens up about the importance of understanding the business of show business, remaining committed to your vision and believing, against all odds, that you’ll be a success. Along the way ...…
 
Authors Erica Jong and Susan Choi joins co-hosts Eric Newman, Medaya Ocher, and Kate Wolf in our third and final installment from the 2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on USC Campus. First, Erica Jong talks about her new collection of poems, “The World Began with Yes,” as well how she sees the present moment from the long view of her eng ...…
 
Depression. *sigh* CW/TW: Depression, Anxiety, Loneliness Further removed from their source of Tacos, Mezcal and sunlight, Nick and Florian discuss their recent bouts with depression upon having returned to their respective places of origin. You will definitely not want to start listening to the podcast with this episode. Socialize nickfarr@cha ...…
 
It's our second show from the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books at USC; and this installment features two of the Festival's award winners, as hosts Eric Newman, Medaya Ocher, and Kate Wolf speak with Nafissa Thompson-Spires and Carl Phillips. Nafissa won the Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction for her short story collection Heads of the Co ...…
 
In the first of a series of shows from the Los Angles Festival of Books, Eric, Medaya, and Kate, catch up with two friends of the show: Hanif Abdurraqib and Claire Vaye Watkins. First up, Hanif talks about his new book, Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest, an epistolary appreciation of one of the most influential groups in Hip H ...…
 
Co-hosts Kate Wolf and Medaya Ocher talk to writer Laila Lalami about her most recent novel, The Other Americans, a story about a Moroccan immigrant family in the Mojave Desert. In the second half of the episode, Kate, Medaya, and Eric come together to talk about the lessons they've learned from their mothers with Jo Giese, author of Never Sit ...…
 
Lo mejor de Calvin Harris con el toque de DJ Champ!Enjoy
 
Co-hosts Medaya Ocher and Kate Wolf talk with filmmaker Werner Herzog about his new documentary Meeting Gorbachev, which he co-directed with Andre Singer. They discuss the legacy of the last Soviet leader, the era of Glasnost and Perestroika, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and how Herzog understands the history of Russia. The centerpiece of the f ...…
 
New episode of Uplifting Sessions after 6 months. Sorry for the long time until the last one, I'll be ver busy. Tracklist will be available in a few hours so, be patient. I hope you'll enjoy the episode and don't forget to share with your mates.
 
Co-hosts Medaya Ocher and Kate Wolf speak with Sally Rooney about her two novels Conversations with Friends and Normal People. Dubbed the "Jane Austin of the Precariat" and called "the first great millennial novelist" Sally addresses the acclaim she’s received; and how she’s grown into the person and writer she is today. Also, William E. Jones ...…
 
Finally!!!! a new episode is up... its been a long time, i know. but its been a crazy semester. its almost over so i should be getting back to normal on the podcast (about 1 every 3 weeks). So in this podcast, Javier Oliva from UNAM, Jose Luis Calderon from INAP and myself discuss how we see national security and intelligence moving forward in ...…
 
Juliet Lapidos is a writer and editor. She is currently a senior editor at The Atlantic, and previously worked for the LA Times, NYT and Slate. Host Tom Lutz joins Juliet to discuss Talent, her new novel about a 29 year old English grad student who can’t finish her dissertation, spending her days eating pop tarts rather than producing pages — r ...…
 
Author and Artist William E Jones joins co-hosts Eric Newman, Medaya Ocher, and Kate Jones to discuss his first novel I'm Open to Anything. In the midst of a successful career as both an artist and a writer of non-fiction, William explains what inspired this change; albeit one clearly situated in the Los Angeles of the late 80s, which William e ...…
 
Author Karen Tongson talks with co-hosts Eric Newman and Kate Wolf about the tragic life and beautiful voice of Karen Carpenter, the singer who is Tongson's namesake and whose star has never lost its lustre for an enduring fanbase in the Philippines. What she unpacks in Carpenter's story is a moving account of suffering and beauty, of longing f ...…
 
Música más movida y Carlos regresa de locutor.Pop music and Carlos returns as broadcaster.
 
Co-hosts Eric Newman and Kate Wolf talk with poets Morgan Parker and Tommy Pico about their respective new works, Magical Negro and Junk. Parker and Pico discuss how they use poetry to explore the experiences of oppressed communities, shuttling between the sublimity and nuance of everyday experiences and the larger cultural and political questi ...…
 
Who is Steve Bannon? The evil mastermind of a far right global counter-revolution that's taking the world by storm; or a shallow, frumpy guy doing the bidding of his billionaire backers. Could he be both? One thing for certain, Alison Klayman's verite documentary The Brink, which follows Bannon in the months after his exit from the Trump White ...…
 
Regresa la música.The music is back.
 
Geoff Dyer joins co-hosts Eric Newman, Medaya Ocher, and Kate Wolf to discuss his new book Broadsword Calling Danny Boy about the 1968 Richard Burton/Clint Eastwood war movie, Where Eagles Dare. In talking about a film that has held his attention since childhood, Dyer expounds on the continuities and discontinuities between the movie-going chil ...…
 
Co-hosts Medaya Ocher and Kate Wolf talk with acclaimed author and master of the short story Deborah Eisenberg about Your Duck is My Duck, her new collection and her first since 2006. The free-wheeling discussion opens with the mystery of the silly, and selfish, sounding title; winds through a set of surprising reflections on inspiration, proce ...…
 
Sara Borjas reads a poem from 'Heart Like a Window, Mouth Like a Cliff'By LA Review of Books.
 
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