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Through 2008-2010, Pete Wright (http://rashpixel.com/) and Curt Siffert (http://curtsiffert.com/) introduced a new singer/songwriter from in and around Portland, Oregon in each episode. All recordings were staged in Curt's living room in North Portland, all sitting performed on his red couch. In 2010, Curt and Pete moved apart and the show was put on permanent hiatus. Each episode is archived here for good measure and posterity. Good talk. Great music. All free.
 
The Institute for Health Professionals podcast from Portland Community College is a showcase for expertise in the field of health care in our community, our region, and around the world. From traditional healthcare topics to alternative medicine and trends, our team of faculty will share what's hot, what's not, and how you can get ahead in health with IHP.
 
Shared Insights is a podcast about modernizing enterprise search and intranets to improve employee collaboration and productivity. From customer stories to behind the scenes tales of our own developers, we aim to share what makes our approach to finding and accessing content across the enterprise a transformative force.
 
Ask Cadence is a series dedicated to bringing solutions to your toughest project management problems. Using real-world project challenges from project managers in our global project management training seminars, our team offers guidance on how to tackle such issues as Scope, Schedule, Responsibility, Organizational Project Management, Agile Project Management and so much more. Join the discussion today and write us at cadence@cadencemc.com with your own project challenges.
 
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It’s time to Scream again! Ocean Murff is joined by our very own Tommy Metz III to discuss the fifth film in the Scream franchise, Scream. But why isn’t it called Scream 5? Is that part of the meta-nature of the film? What do Tommy and Ocean think about the return of Dewey, Gale, and Sidney in their inevitable return? What about that first kill, so…
 
Rob Kubasko, Kyle Olson, and Krissy Lenz of Neighborhood Comedy Theater and The Most Excellent 80s Movies Podcast get together to talk movies, clearing watchlists, Marvel TV, Boba Fett, Witcher, Trailers and Rob’s Excellent 80s Movie Matchups Game! Rob’s Trailer: Bob’s Burgers Kyle’s Trailer: The Legend of Vox Machina Krissy’s Trailer: Wolf Like Me…
 
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we want to highlight one of our favorite conversations and past episodes featuring Dr. Robert Kelly of Loyola University Maryland. He shares how putting the students at the center of every decision he makes and rising to meet the hunger that these students have for connection is what drives the charge for him, th…
 
Ann Hui had been working on a documentary for a Hong Kong network when she interviewed a number of ‘boat people,’ people fleeing Vietnam from the rule of China. This piqued her curiosity in the subject and defined her next two films, The Story of Woo Viet and Boat People. This ‘Vietnam Trilogy’ of hers, and particularly the last film, gave Ann Hui …
 
In order to grow, advance and stay relevant organizations have to innovate. Which begs the question, “how do we innovate and how do we create teams and cultures where innovation can thrive?” To answer that, EFG’s Alli Murphy chats with Virginia Martinez. Virginia and Alli worked together back in their days at UC Berkeley Executive Education where V…
 
Mandy Kaplan, Steve Sarmento, and Tommy Metz take over the Saturday Matinée this week. What’s on deck? Tommy loves Search Party and Yellow Jackets. So there. Is The Matrix Resurrections laughably bad or some sort of genius? Some people clearly think the former. As for us...? Don’t Look Up. Hrm... Uh... Yeah... Betty Davis? Peter Bogdanovich? And th…
 
As a filmmaker in Hong Kong, there’s an inevitable balancing act they need to do with their stories and how they depict China. This story portrays an interesting element of World War II that wasn’t often taught in Western history classes – the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong. Having it told from the Hong Kong perspective is also unique to us. That…
 
Happy New Year! Each year on the podcast How to Split a Toaster: A Divorce Podcast about Saving Your Relationships, we take a break and talk about how movies deal with divorce and the law. This year, in our season break, we brought the team together to talk about divorce in the movies. From hyper-stylized to hyper-real, how well do filmmakers captu…
 
There are a lot of elements from Ann Hui’s own life in her film Song of the Exile. It’s not a biographical film, though. Knowing that, what are we meant to take away from it? Is it an exploration of Hui’s own life? A chance for her to exorcise some demons from her youth? Or did she simply use those elements as a way to frame this story about a daug…
 
The original idea for Arthur Christmas, at the time called Operation Rudolph, had a much darker thread in it involving reindeer burgers. Luckily, the story evolved and turned into a wild story about a hereditary line of Santas running things with a million elves helping out (really doing all the work). The story is one of commerce and efficiency, b…
 
Happy holidays, Change Makers! We're wrapping up season 11 and the end of the year with a short holiday episode for you. Listen to this episode to hear: Some exciting podcast updates An announcement about our 20th anniversary conference 7 things to do while you unplug from work this holidays season It’s been such a treat to host the podcast these p…
 
They stuffed a lot of movie into two and a half hours with Spider-Man: No Way Home. Villans and Spiders-Men from multiple movies across the franchise hit the screen and while most of the rumors predicted such, there’s little room to deny that what the team pulled off here is truly epic. So, it’s the movie we got. But is it the movie we wanted? Is i…
 
When we started this season of Mission Forward, we wanted to go back to our roots. We are, after all, a communications firm. It seems only right that we spend a little time talking about communications. And so, we began our journey to meet ten people influencing and shaping how we communicate at scale for social change. Authors, journalists, and de…
 
Pete Wright, Ocean Murff, and Tommy Metz head up the Saturday Matinée for our penultimate episode of 2021. What’s on deck? Ocean and Tommy make an able plea that we all watch Succession and now’s just the right time during a season break. Along the way, we talk about the latest Vulture piece suggesting that HBOMax won the year with their day-date W…
 
Ann Hui has had a long career and was close to retiring in 2011 when she made A Simple Life. Luckily, she enjoyed making that film so much and enjoyed its success that she decided to keep directing. The film is a quiet one about a maid who has served the same family for over 60 years, now looking after Roger, the son who has become a film producer.…
 
In 2016, Edward Jones became the first National Presenting Sponsor for the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s, which takes place in more than 600 communities each year. Since then, more than 75,000 participants have walked for Edward Jones to help raise more than $25 million in the fight to end Alzheimer’s. In July of 2020, the firm an…
 
This week, we’re wrapping up our trio of treatment episodes with a conversation on coaching, and how the coaching process can help you integrate your life with your ADHD. Whether or not you have decided to pursue the perfect prescription, or trace a treatment through therapy, a relationship with an ADHD coach can help you turn your awareness, accep…
 
Is there a problem with ABC’s efforts to amp the nostalgia in “Live In Front of a Studio Audience”? You take the good, you take the bad, am I right? Trailers this week surprise us all as Mandy gets her pick in first with Spidey, Kyle brings a trailer only our Brit friends will be able to watch, and Rob brings Ritchie and a prayer. Mandy’s Trailer: …
 
Dan Buettner is a National Geographic Fellow and multiple New York Times best-selling author and joins us this week to share his work researching and documenting Blue Zones around the world. A Blue Zone is a geographically-defined and confirmed area of extreme longevity. Specifically, Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy, Nicoya, Costa Rica; Ikaria, Gre…
 
Bollywood has overtaken Hollywood as the largest center for film production in the world, but we have yet to talk about a Bollywood film on this podcast. Well, we’re changing things with today’s episode. Zoya Akhtar, co-writer and director of this film, is from a prominent film production family. This was her second film and it became an immediate …
 
In May 2021, to mark the launch of Mental Health Awareness Month, On Our Sleeves, the national movement for children’s mental health, set an ambitious goal to provide free mental health resources to more than 1 million teachers and classrooms across America. Just five months later, they surpassed that ambitious goal, reaching more than 1.1 million …
 
Have you ever tried talk therapy? It can be intimidating, learning to open yourself up to a stranger, but with the right therapist, it doesn’t have to be uncomfortable for long. We’re continuing our series on ADHD interventions with Dr. Sharon Saline, psychologist and ADHD specialist. She joins to talk to you, the therapy novice, about what you can…
 
This week on the show, we welcome a storyteller with a passion for social justice, equity, and service. That makes her a triple threat with a particularly astute eye on how the stories we tell can unintentionally move to separate us. Rae Oglesby started her career in broadcasting, working at CNN producing stories across Atlanta and South Carolina, …
 
Rob and Pete review the week with news, some confusing trailer selections, a not-so-mysterious game of Step-Up, and picks the celebrate over-indulgent performances in film. In the News The Expanse is coming back for season six on December 10 and, in what can only be called a true Belter Holiday Miracle, the ninth book was just released too! Tatum i…
 
Nadine Labaki started as an actress but starting in 2007 with Caramel, she started working as a writer/director. Her films look at life in Lebanon but through unique prisms that aren’t confined by the grim realities. In her 2011 film Where Do We Go Now?, Labaki uses a magical realist tone with musical elements to craft a story about the women in an…
 
When the pandemic first hit, small businesses took a huge blow with many being forced to shutter their doors. In response, Engage for Good sponsor, eBay, stepped in to help tens of thousands of these small businesses get “Up and Running” online through their platform, providing tremendous support to convert brick and mortar stores to accessible, on…
 
What do you know about your ADHD medications? We didn’t know much, so we brought in the expert, Dr. William Dodson, a Board-Certified adult psychiatrist and one of the first clinicians who specialized in adults with ADHD decades ago. Because here’s the thing: we don’t deal much with ADHD meds. As a coach, Nikki refers folks to their physicians. And…
 
We welcome one of our own to Mission Forward this week: inclusivity advocate and graphic designer, Eleni Stamoulis. She joined the Mission Partners team in 2017 and since that time, she has been involved in an extraordinary array of client and partner projects. In brand refreshes and rebrands, website redesigns, and all kinds of mission-critical ca…
 
Tackling a film that looks at a school shooting is a challenging prospect, but writer/director Lynne Ramsay and her co-writer Rory Stewart Kinnear decided to accept the challenge when they signed on to adapt Lionel Shriver’s book “We Need to Talk About Kevin.” The film is a tough film to watch, but the focus on the mother dealing with what her son …
 
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