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Spent just 5 minutes a week with Anita Louise Art to discover about great artists around the world - we call this quick Art Education. Even if you do not like art but want to be more like you know what you were saying about art, this is the podcast to help you discover the art and great artists. Five minutes a week is all you need to increase your art knowledge.
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"I started this series as a means for exploration, an exploration of self, and an exploration of the perspectives of other artists. This series is an unabridged documentation of conversations between artists. It’s a series dedicated to breaking down the barriers we tend to set up in our own minds. I want to inspire future creatives to have the courage to explore and experiment. This is about making dreams a reality and not about letting our dreams fall to the wayside. My intention is to give ...
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Period Talk

Shri Abirami

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A podcast to talk about awareness and issues surrounding periods and period products. Cover art photo provided by Trinity Treft on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@tphocus
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Poetry Podcast

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Podcast about the Harlem Renaissance and the poems influenced by this time period. Cover art photo provided by Jean-Philippe Delberghe on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@jipy32
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A podcast that grows and changes with me. Full of inspiring conversations, meditations, moments of introspection, poetry and even more, Uncomfortably, Beautifully Human in its current evolution, intends to create the space for the full continuum of human experience to be seen, heard and witnessed. Coming outside of the conventions of how a podcast should be and what it should look like, I intend to offer you into my world as it changes and evolves. I hope you find the episode that you most n ...
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Play On Words is a podcast series that explores sound and radio as a medium of art. It examines broadcasting from a satirical and experimental standpoint through self-aware radio drama.
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Sherlock Holmes: Trifles

Scott Monty & Burt Wolder

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You know the plots, but what about the minutiae? We delve into the Sherlock Holmes stories and provide answers to questions that arise, clarify muddy details, and look into some of the period terminology in this weekly podcast.
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Honestly, just two Mexicans record their daily conversations throughout the day and in class (specifically 4th period - Web Technologies) Cover art photo provided by Javier Mazzeo on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@javier365
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Erik Davis, PhD, is an author, award-winning journalist, sometimes podcaster, and popular speaker based in San Francisco. He is the author of 6 books which include: Blotter: The Untold Story of an Acid Medium (MIT Press) High Weirdness: Drugs, Esoterica, and Visionary Experience in the 70s (MIT Press/Strange Attractor Press). Nomad Codes: Adventure…
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WHAT’S BLACK AND WHITE AND RED ALL OVER? — Roger Black is a pioneer. His art direction of iconic print brands and high-profile redesigns, his early embrace of digital publishing technology, and his typographic innovations are hallmarks of a 50-year, trailblazing career. He’s refined his design mastery at publications ranging from Rolling Stone to E…
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[@ 4 min] Alright, this week we go Inside the Huddle with Greer Grimsley. The American bass-baritone returns to Santa Fe Opera for Gregory Spears and Tracy K. Smith’s "The Righteous," which receives its world premiere on July 13![@ 33 min] Then…speaking of July 13, this Saturday is the 100th birthday anniversary of Carlo Bergonzi. Musicologist Brad…
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“I flatter myself that I could find my way about.” [HOUN] Dartmoor and its surroundings provided the perfect setting for The Hound of the Baskervilles. Not only did the area have a sense of history (and prehistory) about it, but the sparse surroundings added to the mystique. And the wonderful part is that if we were to set foot there in 2024, we wo…
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A short poem inspired by the idea of chasing "I've finally made it" with love, Emma Thank you for listening to this episode. I greatly appreciate all of you that engage with and listen to what I share. If you’d like to support the work I do, you can leave a 5-star review on either Apple or Spotify. If you’d like to engage more intimately with the s…
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THE SLOWER THE BETTER — Given that this is the final show of the season, it is perhaps a bit poetic that our guest today is Rob Orchard from Delayed Gratification. Not that we would plan an episode around a bad pun. Not us. Delayed Gratification is media created to comment on, and offer a counterpoint to, the media. Rob Orchard and his team met eac…
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[@ 5 min] This week…we are halfway through the Major League Baseball season! Which means it's time for us to swap some Trading Cards: American Composer Edition. And there are so many! Copland! Gershwin! Floyd!...(slowing) uh…Dominick Argento… (stammering) uh … Philip Glass? Plus, George sends us another postcard from abroad! What iconic Italian ope…
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“weighed down with some great anxiety” [FIVE] Where would Sherlock Holmes be without fear and anxiety? It was a common state of mind for a number of his clients, but Holmes himself also exhibited anxious behavior from time to time. In which stories can we find anxiety? Don't be nervous; we have 10 examples. But there are still more to come that wil…
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RICHARD TURLEY CAN’T STOP, WON’T STOP — Richard Turley is changing the idea of the magazine. Richard Turley has no idea what a magazine is in the year 2024. And in this sense, he is not so different from you or I. Richard Turley’s magazines—and there are many—are confrontations, loaded with text, or not, sometimes, but if you ask him, he’s not sure…
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[@ 3 min] This week…Beyonce might have the most Grammys, but number two ain’t bad, especially if it comes with an OBS Hall of Fame nomination. Find out what Hungarian conductor has made the cut for our most prestigious award…[@ 42 min] Then…a field report from Julius Caesar at the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, starring friends of the show Emily Pog…
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“I sent down to Stamford's for the ordnance map” [HOUN] In a number of instances in the Sherlock Holmes stories, we find ourselves guided by maps. Not only as critical elements of the plot, but also as visual aids to readers. In which stories do we find maps? And what about those that required floorplans to be sketched out as well? It's just a Trif…
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Join Anita on #5MinutesWithArt as we delve into the life and legacy of Caravaggio. Caravaggio is not an artist without controversy. He has earned the moniker “the Bad Boy of Art” for his tumultuous life and rebellious nature. Despite his controversial lifestyle, Caravaggio’s contributions to art were groundbreaking, and his mastery of chiaroscuro r…
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[@ 5 min] Alright, this week…we go inside the huddle with Mané Galoyan. The Armenian soprano, an alumna of Houston Grand Opera studio and prizewinner at Operalia, is set to make her Santa Fe Opera debut next month as Violetta in La Traviata. We’ll find out how her ‘Murican training prepared her to sing in the big 'Murican houses.[@ 31 min] The stat…
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“he is a remarkable linguist” [GREE] Sherlock Holmes has been translated into scores of languages all around the world (just ask Don Hobbs). But what languages was he fluent in or have passing familiarity with? This is the question Dean W. Dickensheet tackles in Vol. 10 No. 3 of The Baker Street Journal in his article "Sherlock Holmes - Linguist." …
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In this episode of #5MinutesWithArt, join Anita as she delves into the life and works of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, one of the most renowned and fascinating painters of the Baroque era. Caravaggio is celebrated for his masterful use of light and dark, a technique known as chiaroscuro. Listen in to discover why Caravaggio's dramatic contrast…
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Explore the intersection of tarot, artistic creativity, and technical innovation in The Artist Decoded Tarot, a first-of-its-kind deluxe deck and guidebook set from author of Amenti Oracle Jennifer Sodini and artist Yoshino. Jennifer Sodini is an artist, writer, speaker, and producer whose creative endeavors span various realms of art and spiritual…
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IT’S COMPLICATED — If Teen Vogue’s editorial still surprises you, it might be time to admit that this says more about you than it does about Teen Vogue. And also, perhaps, that you haven’t been paying attention. Teen Vogue is not the first magazine aimed at “the young” of course, and it’s not the first one to address multiple issues. But…Teen Vogue…
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“We have three years of the past to discuss” [EMPT] Once again, we pack our Gladstone bags and prepare for an episode where we travel. This time, we head to Sussex Downs and then across the Atlantic to New York in some of the early years of Sherlock Holmes's retirement. What brings us there is from the fertile imagination of Les Klinger, who posits…
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[@ 4 min] This Sunday is Father’s Day, but unfortunately, George Cederquist is out of town, so our good dad role model can’t help us out this week. We’ll cover some bad dads in opera to learn what NOT to celebrate this weekend… [@ 29 min] A free throw from tenor Julian Prégardien, son of tenor Christoph Pregardien, who describes what its like havin…
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Join Anita on #5MinutesWithArt as she dives into the fascinating story of Caravaggio's "Ecce Homo." Caravaggio is undoubtedly an artist who is often mentioned alongside greats like Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, and Michelangelo. Known for his dramatic use of light and shadow, realistic portrayals, and intense emotional content, Caravaggio's works h…
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THE FIFTH — I want you to stop what you’re doing for just a moment and imagine we’re back in 1998. (Those of you born since then will have to use your imagination). We’re on an ASME panel exploring the future of magazines in the digital age. The moderator, eager to get the discussion off to a lively start, turns to you and asks, “What magazine that…
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[@ 3 min] It’s an Opera Theater double-header! First we go ‘Inside the Huddle’ with tenor Paul Groves who is set to sing the title role in Philip Glass’ "Galileo Galilei", the OG science-denial show (before everyone was doing it...)[@ 27 min] Listen for the final field report from PJ as the Met’s current season wraps…[@ 32 min] Then, Andrew Jorgens…
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“his age, and an affliction” [STOC] The panoply of elderly individuals in the Sherlock Holmes stories is impressive: Mr. Frankland, the old crank in The Hound of the Baskervilles, the miserly Josiah Amberley in "The Retired Colourman," Old Mr. Farquhar, the previous owner of Watson's practice. But there were many others, some of whom go almost unno…
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A short poem inspired by nature. with love, Emma 🌼 p.s. If you’d like to engage more intimately with the spaces I create you can… * explore the services and books I’ve created that are an extension of everything I share - https://wa.me/c/34651726568 * register for our free Open Mic for poetry and spoken word this Sunday the 9th of June here - https…
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Dive into the captivating world of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, a revolutionary Italian painter of the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Join me for a compelling journey through his tumultuous life, revolutionary artistic style, and enduring influence on the latest episode of 5 Minutes With Art. You can read more about Caravaggio: A Life Of…
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THE FINE ART OF MAGAZINE MAKING — Imagine this: You’re a 42-year-old designer who’s only worked at one magazine. Ever. Then one day, unexpectedly, you’re tasked to lead the design of that magazine. Now imagine that the magazine is universally lauded as a design masterpiece. Add to that, your immediate predecessors have both been enshrined into ever…
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THE CHERRY ON TOP — Cherry Bombe is a full-course meal. Its founder, Kerry Diamond, created the magazine after working in titles like Women’s Wear Daily and Harper’s Bazaar, and after working for brands like Lancôme. And in the restaurant industry. She worked in restaurants at a time when everything culinary was in the ascendance in the zeitgeist. …
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[@ 4 min and 39 min] We climb into the Wayback Machine for two ‘Inside the Huddle’ segments (taped in back-to-back weeks, no less) from August 2023...[@ 29 min] And then… The ‘Listener Mailbag’ overflows with new listeners and old friends...GET YOUR VOICE HEARDoperaboxscore.comfacebook.com/obschi1@operaboxscoreIG operaboxscore…
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“the flooring was also thoroughly examined” [SPEC] Cocoanut matting, bearskin rug, carpets — there are a number of notable floor coverings mentioned in the Sherlock Holmes stories. But flooring itself is less notable. Case in point: linoleum, which appears as a passing mention in just three stories, was a popular alternative at the time. What do we…
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Michelangelo’s work on the Sistine Chapel ceiling is a monumental achievement in art history, embodying a blend of artistic mastery and profound spiritual significance. This narrative aims to shed light on the intricacies of his technique, the physical and creative challenges he overcame, and the lasting impact of his work on both art and viewers a…
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A poem and a conversation (with a few tears) on the themes of feeling seen, safety and validation. Thank you for listening to this episode. I greatly appreciate all of you that engage with and listen to what I share. If you’d like to support the work I do, you can leave a 5-star review on either Apple or Spotify. 🌼 Reflection Questions/Journal Prom…
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THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER — In early April, what’s left of the magazine industry gathered at Terminal 5 to see who would win this year’s National Magazine Awards—the ASMEs. Throughout the evening, the usual suspects stepped up to accept their Alexander Calder brass elephants—the ‘Ellies’—on behalf of their teams at The Atlantic, New York, and The New …
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[@ 2 min] The second ever World Opera Forum is set to kick off early next month in Los Angeles. To preview this global gathering, (this United Nations of Opera, if you will), we go ‘Inside the Huddle’ with an American delegate, Houston Grand Opera general director and CEO Khori Dastoor...[@ 37 min] Plus, in the ‘Two Minute Drill’… the Royal news co…
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“Vast sections of it have been cleared” [BLAC] When you're really down in the details about something — something trifling, perhaps — it's difficult to see the forest for the trees, as the saying goes. Well, we've discussed trees in two previous episodes, so we thought it was time to look at the forests. There were scant mentions of forests in the …
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In the modern landscape of art creation, the fusion of AI-generated art with traditional digital techniques offers artists an expansive array of possibilities. This blend extends the creative palette and ushers in a new era of artistic expression where technology meets tradition. AI tools like DALL-E, which can generate detailed images from textual…
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Join me in this episode where I share my thoughts and experiences of unconditional love. Thank you for listening to this episode. I greatly appreciate all of you that engage with and listen to what I share. If you’d like to support the work I do, you can leave a 5-star review on either Apple or Spotify. 🌼 Join a free poetry open mic workshop on the…
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WELCOME TO THE GREAT OUTDOORS — Mountain Gazette is one of those media … things … that only long-time fans really know about, with a long and colorful history. A kind of Village Voice of the outdoors, the first incarnation (1966) of the magazine was about mountains and for “mountain people”—a lifestyle magazine for those who weren’t interested in e…
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