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Every day, people surround us wearing art, history, and culture, but we usually don’t pay attention. Most people think about jewelry as an afterthought or accessory. But jewelry can tell a larger story, one reflecting the connection between contemporary culture and that of yesteryear. Is jewelry clothing, art, status symbol, or something more? The jewelry world seems to be hidden in plain sight and little understood. The Jewelry Journey podcast explores the many aspects of jewelry and its st ...
 
A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
 
Big Apple Buckets is the best New York Knicks podcast. It's hosted by former Knicks forward Jerome Williams aka "The Junk Yard Dog" and Knicks fan, radio personality Sal Licata. This basketball podcast breaks down the latest surrounding the Knicks and takes you inside the locker room with longtime NY Post Knicks beat writer Marc Berman and our team of basketball writers. Sal and Jerome are also joined by current and former players, along with other special guests. New episodes of this NBA po ...
 
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Michael is joined by public health expert and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Laurie Garrett to discuss the new reports that the United States of America will never reach herd immunity to the coronavirus. President Biden seemed somewhat defeated when he had to announce recently that we will have to settle for 70% getting just one shot by the 4th of J…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks winning their third straight game and 12 of their last 13. They discuss the steak dinner, Derrick Rose’s brilliance, Nerlens Noel’s injury, the upcoming games on the West Coast and who they would want to see the Knicks play in the first round of the playoffs. Knicks l…
 
What kind of transformation is required discover your current identity? This week, we’re back with Bill Plotkin, PhD: psychologist, wilderness guide, and author of most… The post Episode 232: Bill Plotkin – The Journey of Soul Initiation, Part 2 first appeared on Bregman Partners.By Bregman Leadership Podcast
 
Joe Biden is an unlikely savior. Nothing in his past indicated there was a second coming of FDR on its way. However... WTF is going on?! Elected President at a time of transformational change in America, he has chosen to read the political winds — and those winds have shifted left. The progressive worldview is in ascendance, and the demand by the A…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks’ nine-game win streak ending Monday against the Suns. They discuss Chris Paul’s brilliance, whether the Knicks should go after him this summer, the incredible win streak, the schedule ahead and how fun this team is to watch. NBA legend and Basketball Hall of Famer Geo…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: Why Amanda started collecting 60s and 70s jewelry, and how the view of jewelry from this era changed over time The story behind the collection shown in the exhibit “Simply Brilliant: Artist-Jewelers of the 1960s and 1970s” Who the independent jewelry artists of the 60s and 70s were, and how their work inspired jew…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: How San Francisco’s art jewelry scene has changed over the last three decades. Why art jewelry made from non-precious materials is still worthy of a high price tag. How the Society of North American Goldsmiths has responded to the coronavirus pandemic, and how you can help support the organization. Why it’s import…
 
In spite of the hard times the film industry has faced during the pandemic, there have been many excellent films released over the past year. For Oscar weekend, Michael Moore shares his thoughts on all the nominated films, plus some of his favorite films that we're not nominated, such as "Never Rarely Sometimes Always," "Palm Springs," "The Invisib…
 
Larry is joined by actor and comedian Robin Thede on this week’s weigh-in to discuss Season 2 of ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ (01:00). Later, Larry is joined by comedian W. Kamau Bell to discuss ‘United Shades of America,’ defunding the police, and much more (30:10). Host: Larry Wilmore Guests: Robin Thede and W. Kamau Bell Producer: Kaya McMullen Pr…
 
It took only 10 hours of deliberations for a Minneapolis jury to find former police office Derek Chauvin guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter of George Floyd. The decision was swift, overwhelming, obvious, and yet, somehow, shocking. Maybe it should not have been such a shock that jurors in the politica…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show discussing the Knicks’ six-game win streak. They get into the win over the Pelicans, Julius Randle’s dominance, how fun this team has been, the crew winning the steak dinner after reaching 30 wins and being at the Garden. SNY and KnicksFanTV’s Ashley Nicole Moss then joins the show. Moss talk…
 
How important is imagination and eco-connectedness in today’s age? Bill Plotkin, PhD, is a psychologist, wilderness guide, and founder of southwest Colorado’s Animas Valley Institute.… The post Episode 231: Bill Plotkin – The Journey of Soul Initiation, Part I first appeared on Bregman Partners.By Bregman Leadership Podcast
 
Larry weighs in on a week filled with gun violence and police brutality, as well as the new Georgia voting law to open the show (02:00). Later, he is joined by Willie Geist, host of ‘Morning Joe’ and ‘Sunday Today with Willie Geist,’ to discuss what goes into the interview process, how President Biden is doing in office, and more (20:00). Host: Lar…
 
Eric Roth is one of the most successful Hollywood screenwriters of our time. His writing credits include “A Star Is Born," “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “The Good Shepherd,” “Munich,” “Ali,” “The Insider,” “The Horse Whisperer,” “The Postman,” and the film for which he won an Academy Award, "Forrest Gum…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks’ three-game winning streak. They discuss Julius Randle’s monster game against the Lakers, RJ Barrett developing into a great player, Jake being at Friday’s game and the MSG experience. NBA champion and new Hofstra men’s basketball head coach Speedy Claxton then joins …
 
The COVID-19 vaccine is out of control in Michigan. Governor Whitmer is afraid to order a shut down of the state after months of threats and attacks from the right-wing and the business community. The federal government is refusing to provide Michigan with extra supply of vaccine. And the fear is that many of the new cases are the aggressive U.K. v…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: What inspired Alexia to combine historical designs with tropical-colored gemstones What Alexia’s experience as a Black jewelry designer is like, and why the idea that there are no Black jewelry professionals is a myth How artisanal small-scale gem mining helps protect workers and communities How Alexia pivoted to …
 
Larry is joined by Oscar nominated director Travon Free to discuss filming ‘Two Distant Strangers’ amidst the pandemic, how he got his start in the entertainment industry, and more (01:00). Later, Larry is joined by Oscar nominee and singer Andra Day to discuss portraying Billie Holiday in her first ever acting role with ‘The United States vs. Bill…
 
Michigan is in the middle of the worst-in-the-nation COVID-19 surge. Other Upper Midwest states are seeing an uptick in cases, as well. While it seems like there is a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, we are at serious risk of causing more death and destruction and prolonging the lockdown due to a combination of stupidity, misinformation and…
 
We appear to be entering a new political era in America where Reagan's lie that "government is the problem" and Clinton's declaration that "big government is over" is finally coming to an end. Good Riddance! After decades of cruel, inhumane and unjust economic policies that favored cutting government services, redistributing wealth upwards, and alw…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks' loss to the Nets Monday night. They talk about the Knicks' recent struggles, what has gone wrong, the upcoming schedule and their playoff hopes. In “Sal’s Story,” he looks back to being there the night John Starks returned to the Garden as a Warrior and what happened…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: Why you don’t always need to focus on big cities when looking for art jewelry How Ornamentum finds and selects artists to represent How Stefan defines conceptual jewelry The inspiration behind the work of Jiro Kamata, one of Ornamentum’s well-known artists How Ornamentum has attracted a loyal, young group of colle…
 
Aaron Sorkin is one of our most celebrated and influential playwrights and screenwriters whose plays, films and television work include A Few Good Men, The American President, The West Wing, Sports Night, The Newsroom, The Social Network, Moneyball, and Steve Jobs. Before the pandemic, his stage adaptation of To Kill A Mockingbird, starring Jeff Da…
 
Al and Ali discuss what brought us here, where we are, and what we need to do going forward. A list of organizations that humanely helps immigrants at the Southern Border: El Paso: The Annunciation House Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center McAllen: Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley Arizona Kino Border Initiative…
 
April 2nd, 1921, is the 100th birthday of Michael's mother, Veronica Moore. If you've ever wondered how Michael Moore turned out to be, well, Michael Moore, start with her as he reveals (mostly) all. The trial of the former police officer who killed George Floyd has been taking place in Minneapolis this week. The horrific footage of the life being …
 
On Thursday, March 25th, Ron Weiser, Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party, described the 3 top elected women in Michigan - Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Attorney General Dana Nessel, and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson - as “the three witches.” And when asked about how Republicans can remove from office the two Michigan Republican Congressmen w…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show diving into the Knicks’ decision not to add to the roster at the trade deadline. They discuss whether they need to add a big man on the buyout market, the loss to the Heat, the schedule ahead and where the Knicks might finish in the standings. Knicks legend Allan Houston then joins the show. …
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: The history of London’s iconic jewelry house Hancocks and its current location, Burlington Arcade What sets antique gems apart from modern day stones Why customers are more interested in antique diamond engagement rings than ever before Why retro gold pieces from the 70s and 80s are in demand right now About Guy B…
 
Larry is joined by journalist and producer Soledad O’Brien to discuss her tv series ‘Disrupt and Dismantle’ (08:00), environmental racism (10:00), the death of local journalism (17:00), and much more. Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Soledad O’Brien Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
On Tuesday, March 23rd, when a young American man went on a shooting rampage at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, killing 10 people, it marked the 7th mass shooting in America in the last 7 days. Maybe life is getting back to normal in the U.S.? March 23rd was also the 18-year anniversary of Michael Moore winning the Academy Award for "Bowling Fo…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the call against Julius Randle Sunday in the heartbreaking loss to the Sixers. They discuss Randle’s frustrations with officials, big games ahead, potential moves at the trade deadline, Austin Rivers’ future and fans being at MSG. JYD then goes “Inside the Dog House” as he tells…
 
Sign-up for Michael Moore's email list! https://forms.gle/1wmxdZmdAZQ4yMkZA ***** In 1987, Michael Moore exclusively interviewed Ronald Ebens, the former Chrysler autoworker who, along with his laid-off autoworker stepson, brutally beat a Chinese-American man named Vincent Chin to death with a baseball bat in Detroit 5 years earlier. A witness hear…
 
Larry weighs in on the Atlanta spa shooting and the recent rise of hate targeted toward Asian people (03:00). Later, Larry is joined by CNN’s Don Lemon to discuss his new book ‘This is the Fire: What I Say to My Friends About Racism’ (10:00), growing up down south in Baton Rouge as a gay black man (18:00), James Baldwin’s impact on his life (13:00)…
 
Sign-up for Michael Moore's email list....big news coming soon! https://forms.gle/1wmxdZmdAZQ4yMkZA ***** One of the most important pieces of legislation in recent American history is in front of the U.S. Senate right now. It may determine whether we are able to maintain and strengthen voting rights in America, or whether Republicans will continue …
 
The political winds have shifted in America over the past few years, and it is blowing in a very progressive direction. The moderate, centrist Joe Biden is not an ideologue who came into office to lead America left -- but he is following the will of the people, and the people want a government that is responsive to their needs, ends this pandemic, …
 
Sal Licata and Jerome Williams open the show discussing the Knicks’ loss to the Nets and the travel called on Julius Randle in the final seconds. They talk about the comeback needing a shooter and the schedule ahead. Former Knicks forward John Wallace then joins the pod. Wallace discusses the non-call against Randle, his play this season, the Knick…
 
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