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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.
 
Inspired by Soraya Montenegro (and all the other amazing Latina actresses I adored growing up) and motivated by my time at the public defender’s office I give you my true crime podcast! I am very excited to be telling the stories of those that must be told and remembered. My podcast mainly features stories from Arizona but I will have additional spooky folklore and ghost tales from the the entire southwest. Produced by The Forbidden Arts Phx.
 
Hosted by Warren Smith, Listening In is a weekly, half-hour program that takes interviews beyond talking points. Featuring in-depth discussions with musicians and thought leaders, the show adds candor to personal perspectives. Get a closer look at popular artists, authors, key political leaders, and Christians of all kinds.
 
Blind History is a crash course in getting to know history’s greatest men and women - and by great we don’t always mean good. Hosted by Gareth Cliff and Anthony Mederer, this series will tell you what the history books sometimes leave out - the sordid stories, the less well-known details, some of the stuff they didn’t teach you at school. Each person will help you put a piece of the puzzle in place, and bring history to life.
 
Spine chillers and serial killers is a comedy podcast where three friends (Bex, Tash and Emma) talk about true crime and the paranormal but also laugh a lot, randomly sing and struggle to pronounce words (words are hard). So come join us for some spooky, murdery stuff and a lot of off subject wandering. If you like weird stuff and odd people then this might just be the podcast for you!! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
The Tom and Bob Show joins Tom DeWitt, Ph.D. the Director of CXM@MSU and Bob Kiple, MBA, a retired General Motors Global Customer Experience Strategist for interviews and discussions about topics in the world of customer experience management. Tom and Bob also serve as leaders of CX of M, Michigan's Association of Customer Experience Professionals.
 
Do you have an idea that you believe would make a good business? Concerned about how and where to get started? Or are you in business and may be considering bankruptcy? Perhaps you’re in business and are trying to recover from bankruptcy? Welcome to Financial 1st Aid hosted by Vera McCoy. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or an investor who’s wanting to start a business or considering bankruptcy, Financial 1st Aid is here to help you move in the right direction - from idea to development to imp ...
 
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Summary/Description: After the death of his 20-year old son, Tim Challies started to write: not for others, but himself. The popular blogger and author chronicled his private journey through grief and loss. He later decided to share those reflections in: Seasons of Sorrow: The Pain of Loss and the Comfort of God. In this conversation with Warren Sm…
 
Episode No. 577 is a holiday clips episode featuring author Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore. Gilmore is the author of "Romare Bearden in the Homeland of His Imagination," which was just published by the University of North Carolina Press. The book examines how Bearden's address of his native South -- he was born and was initially raised in the Charlotte, …
 
Hey and welcome back, this week we kick things off with a couple of listeners ghost stories, Tash continues her speed dating with Tash series. Emma starts the stories off with the legend of Spring Heeled Jack who terrorised Victorian London, demon, ghost, prankster or cryptid? You decide. Becky follows up with the horrific story about the Ashland C…
 
The fiery, furious relationship between the medieval era’s most famous power couple led to glory and terrible failure. The empire they presided over was the greatest empire in the West since the time of Charlemagne. He was 9 years younger than her, but she matched his energy. When they weren’t making love and producing one of many children, they we…
 
Trevin Wax compares theological orthodoxy to buried treasure. The deeper you dig, the more you discover. In his new book The Thrill of Orthodoxy: Rediscovering the Adventure of Christian Faith, Trevin Wax says that the way forward for the evangelical church is to look back to the ancient creeds and confessions. Trevin is vice president for research…
 
Episode No. 576 features photographer Anthony Barboza and curator Maika Pollack. "Eye Dreaming," a monograph spanning Barboza's sixty-year career was just published by Getty Publications. The book comes out just as the two-year, four-venue exhibition "Working Together: Photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop," an exhibition which presented Barboza a…
 
Hey there and welcome back!! This week we start off with various corrections, new found icks and tinder with Tash if you want to skip straight to the stories start around 23 minutes in. Becky starts us off with the bizarre story of Ward Weaver, his upbringing and his murders. In a weird twist he is not the only murderer in his family! Emma finishes…
 
Robert Jeffress is pastor of First Baptist Church of Dallas and the author of nearly 30 books including 18 Minutes With Jesus: Straight Talk from the Savior about the Things That Matter Most. During the 2016 presidential election, Jeffress endorsed and appeared at rallies for Donald Trump. He later served on his Evangelical Advisory Board and White…
 
Episode No. 575 features curators Vincenzo de Bellis and Leo Mazow. de Bellis is the curator of the retrospective "Jannis Kounellis in Six Acts," which is at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis through February 26, 2023. Kounellis was a significant figure in the arte povera movement of the 1960s and 1970s whose work was on the vanguard of melding …
 
Hey and welcome back, this episode is a little different as we recorded it live for our Facebook page on Halloween night. It has been edited into one of our normal episodes but the sound quality isn't perfect. Emma kicks us off with the story of Gladstone Villa and the haunting that occurred there, Becky follows up with the Liske family murders. We…
 
Audio from Session Five of The Darkwater Project's 2022 digital colloquium, "Historical American Art, Whiteness, and the Idea of the American Nation." Watch the session on YouTube. Follow The Darkwater Project on Instagram. Sign up for Session Five (November 17, 3:30 pm ET).By The Darkwater Project
 
Bart Barber is a small-town pastor, church historian, and the newest president of the Southern Baptist Convention. The SBC is the largest protestant denomination in the country with about 14-million members. Barber steps into leadership during a tumultuous time but he is hopeful for the future of the Evangelical Church and it's mission worldwide. L…
 
Episode No. 574 features curator Emily Braun and artist Mark Steinmetz. With Elizabeth Cowling, Braun is the co-curator of "Cubism and the Trompe L'Oeil Tradition" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The exhibition considers cubist works by Georges Braque, Juan Gris and Pablo Picasso in the context of the centuries-long trompe l'oeil pai…
 
This week we talk about the Lori and Larry Isenberg case, which just goes to show that even when everything looks perfect you never know what's going on behind closed doors! Emma follows up with some cases of Changelings as promised, as far and we can tell changelings are not paranormal and are heartbreakingly mostly cases of missing children. But …
 
Michael Kruger is a New Testament scholar and seminary president. He believes the church needs strong pastors who are also gentle shepherds--prized for their character over their giftedness. In this conversation with Warren Smith, Kruger warns against the lure of celebrity status that has led many pastors to ruin. His newest book is: Bully Pulpit: …
 
Episode No. 573 features artists Matthew Ronay and Jade Doskow. The Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas is presenting "Matthew Ronay: The Crack, the Swell, an Earth, an Ode" through January 15, 2023. The exhibition features a nearly 24-foot-long sculpture that functions as both an introduction to Ronay's exploration of surrealism, abstraction, repres…
 
Hey and welcome back!! This week we recorded the full episode trying to be fancy and use a different program and it all went terribly wrong so we recorded it again the day after, however Tash was busy for this second recording so our lovely friend JT from brew crime stepped in and came to hang with us for a bit. Emma wraps up the black monk of pont…
 
Adbu Murray spent years investigating the major world religions and worldviews. He eventually discovered that the historic Christian faith is the only one that answers the questions of the mind and the longings of the heart. In his latest book: More Than A White Man’s Religion: Why The Gospel Has Never Been Merely White, Male-Centered, or Just Anot…
 
Episode No. 572 features curators Reto Thüring and Lisa Volpe. With Akili Tommasino, Thüring is the co-curator of "Frank Bowling's America's," which opens at the MFA Boston this weekend. The exhibition work that the British Guiana–born Bowling made when he lived in New York from 1966-75 (at which point he returned to London, his previous home). The…
 
Hey and welcome back!! On this week's episode, we explore our suggested dominatrix names (head's up they are hilarious) we discover a new interesting fear that Tash has and hear about the time Becky barely escaped a cow ambush. If you wanna skip all that and get straight to the stories start at around 28 minutes in. Becky starts by a listener sugge…
 
On this episode Mike and JT are joined by the Lovely ladies of Spine Chillers and Serial Killers Podcast. Tash and Emma made it thought the entire episode but Bex was having internet issues. We covered stupid crimes from USA, Canada, France and England. There was no official pairing for this episode as Mike was drinking Rum and Coke, JT was drinkin…
 
Listening In comes to you from WORLD News Group, and this program is just one of the many podcasts and publications available. To find out more about our complete family of products visit WNG.org. Tune in next week to hear my conversation with Robert Jeffress. Robert Jeffress has been one of most vigorous defenders of Donald Trump in the world of e…
 
Episode No. 571 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a holiday week clips episode featuring curator Elyse Nelson. Along with Wendy S. Walters, Nelson is the co-curator of "Fictions of Emancipation: Carpeaux Recast" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibition interrogates French sculptor Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux's 1868/73 marble bust Why Born Ensl…
 
Hey there and welcome back!! This week Emma kicks us off with the third part in the Black Monk of Pontefract series, we see the end to the Prichard's hauntings but the new owner will be by no means left in peace either!! Becky takes us back to good old France for a very weird cold case, the disappearance of Pauline Picard, known as the little girl …
 
Jazz has been called the only distinctively American art form. Theologian and musician William Edgar notes that jubilation and beauty of jazz bears witness to a joyful reality of the Christian experience: That while sin leads to death, the Gospel leads to life. Dr. William Edgar is professor of apologetics and coordinator of apologetics at Westmins…
 
Max Lucado is one of the best-selling Christian authors of all time. His books have sold a hundred-million copies in 56 languages. He's been called “America’s pastor” by Christianity Today, and he's served as the pastor of San Antonio’s Oak Hills Church since 1988. In this conversation with Warren Smith he talks about his new book: Help is Here: Fi…
 
Episode No. 570 features artist vanessa german and curator Kimberli Gant. german is included in "Start Talking: Fischer/Shull Collection of Contemporary Art," an exhibition of gifts to the North Carolina Museum of Art pledged by Hedy Fischer and Randy Shull. The show is on view through February 5, 2023. The Mount Holyoke College Art Museum is prese…
 
Hey and welcome back!! This week we kick off with Tash sharing her dislike of coloured socks and oversize pasta ... she's a strange one. Bex then tells us all about Lydia Sherman who enjoys the odd arsenic poisoning if you don't behave yourself. Emma finishes off with the black monk of Pontefract part 2, still undecided if this one is funny or horr…
 
Episode No. 569 features curator Stephanie Weissberg and artist Rosamond Purcell. Weissberg is the curator of "Barbara Chase-Riboud Monumentale: The Bronzes," the artist's first retrospective in 40 years and the largest exhibition of her work to date. In addition to sculptures, such as from Chase-Riboud's "Malcolm X," "Zanzibar," and "La Musica" se…
 
Hello and welcome back!! This week we kick off by chatting about more creepy stuff that Emma's child has said, Tash tells her all about her smooth holiday waiter and we give loads of love to our Facebook page. If you want to skip straight to the stories then I'd say fast forward to around 22min. Emma starts another spooky series with part one of th…
 
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