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Jack Weimer
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Jack Weimer is a lighting designer and programmer who as worked with acts such as Liz Cooper and the Stampedes and Countless other bands.
 
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IKKM Audio Blog
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Audio-Mitschnitte aller Vorträge die im Rahmen des IKKM – Internationales Kolleg für Kulturtechnikforschung und Medienphilosophie Weimar gehalten wurden.
 
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Via Berlin
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When we talk about Berlin, we cannot NOT talk about music. Where cabaret ruled the Weimar era and its Golden 20s; where Bowie recorded his "Berlin Trilogy" and shared a flat with Iggy in the 70s; where techno music took flight and dominated the airwaves in the 80s, mutating into a wide field of experimental electronica, music today continues to play an elemental part of the city's cultural identity. Berlin's unique history and its easygoing, affordable lifestyle provide and nurture the perfe ...
 
A literary celebrity by the age of 25, Goethe was ennobled by the Duke of Saxe-Weimar, Carl August in 1782 after first taking up residence there in November 1775 following the success of his first novel, The Sorrows of Young Werther. He was an early participant in the Sturm und Drang literary movement. During his first ten years in Weimar, Goethe served as a member of the Duke's privy council, sat on the war and highway commissions, oversaw the reopening of silver mines in nearby Ilmenau, an ...
 
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Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his doctoral dissertation on the theology of Paul Tillich, who barely escaped Nazi Germany to New York’s Union Theological Seminary in the years just prior to World War II, and whose books the Nazis had burned. This joint recommendation points us to perhaps the most creative edge of Tillich's work: his doctrine of “ ...…
 
Berlin is the capital and the largest city of Germany, as well as one of its 16 constituent states. With a steadily growing population of approximately 3.7 million, Berlin is the second most populous city proper in the European Union behind London and the seventh most populous urban area in the European Union. Located in northeastern Germany on ...…
 
Hope in a Time of Political Crisis: Paul Tillich’s Political Theologywith Christopher Ashley, Ph.D.Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his doctoral dissertation on the theology of Paul Tillich, who barely escaped Nazi Germany to New York’s Union Theological Seminary in the years just prior to World War II, and whose books the Nazis had burned. This jo ...…
 
Hope in a Time of Political Crisis: Paul Tillich’s Political Theologywith Christopher Ashley, Ph.D.Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his doctoral dissertation on the theology of Paul Tillich, who barely escaped Nazi Germany to New York’s Union Theological Seminary in the years just prior to World War II, and whose books the Nazis had burned. This jo ...…
 
The first of a two-part episode. Jamie Clubb describes a dark episode in criminal history that exemplifies the infamous "Double-Tap" and examines it through the lens of popular awareness theories. This episode should prompt thoughts on a much neglected area of combative training. This episode's references: Jamie Clubb's Clubb Chimera Website Cl ...…
 
What did it mean to be perceived as Jewish or non-Jewish in Weimar Germany? How, in an age of growing antisemitism, was Jewishness revealed, or made invisible? Kerry Wallach of Gettysburg College, explores these questions in her new book, Passing …
 
1. Liquor Store by HTML, NYC 2. In an Apartment by Joshua Dumas, NYC 3. Long Drive by Corduroy Blue, Nampa, Idaho 4. Fortune my Foe by the Playfords, Weimar, Germany 5. Cherry Cola, by Dr. Jones, LA 6. The Falling by Caravela, NYC nocontractpodcast@gmail.com
 
The Weimar Republic was home to the first gay rights movement, led by well-known sexologist Magnus Hirschfeld. It also inspired many literary and cinematic representations of sexual liberation in legendary 1920s Berlin. In her ambitious book, Sex and the Weimar …
 
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome — in this episode of Filmspotting: Streaming Video Unit, Matt and Alison pay a visit to Weimar-era Berlin by way of the German period drama BABYLON BERLIN, co-created by Tom Tykwer and streaming on Netflix. Then they talk about how the city tends to be portrayed on screen, recommending some other Berlin-set titles ...…
 
We discuss why we think the latest Valentino haute couture collection was designed to be drawn and the women photographers that captured Weimar fashions.Valentino Spring 2018 Couture: https://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/spring-2018-couture/valentino#review Richard Haines Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richard_haines/?hl=enRichard Brody on ...…
 
Trance to the People is a Trance radio podcast broadcast on FM, Satelite and Internet radio stations in many Countries aroud the globe, with the Danish/ Icelandic DJ, DJ Sigvaldason as the host.Tracklist:01. Shinovi - Neverending Dream (Original Mix)02. Zoe Song ft. Sophia Omarji - Frozen In Time (U-Mount Remix)03. Psilocybe Project - I Am Dark ...…
 
Darsha Hewitt is a Canadian artist working in new media and sound. She is known for her examinations of communication technology in the domestic sphere and her use of DIY aesthetics and practices as an artistic method. She makes electromechanical sound installations, drawings, audio-visual works, how-to videos and experimental performances with ...…
 
Darsha Hewitt is a Canadian artist working in new media and sound. She is known for her examinations of communication technology in the domestic sphere and her use of DIY aesthetics and practices as an artistic method. She makes electromechanical sound installations, drawings, audio-visual works, how-to videos and experimental performances with ...…
 
An interview from May 2014: Professor Stephanie Kelton explains the Bretton Woods System and the end of the Gold Standard in the 1970s, why comparisons to the Weimar Republic and Zimbabwe made by austerity promoters are wrong, high inflation does not happen in well functioning democracies, why we think about the deficit in the wrong way, the sm ...…
 
The German youth movement of the late Kaiserreich and ill-fated Weimar Republic has been a subject of controversy since its inception. The longing for community that drove the movement, and a sense of shared experience that members found on long…
 
Life in a shrinking economy, a forgotten concept We have forgotten what it’s like to experience a shrinking economy. The economic tailwinds we’ve enjoyed for decades, however, are beginning to turn into headwinds: demographics, consumer behavior and most of all --- the debt mega-cycle. What has worked so well in the investment world for the las ...…
 
HOW TO SAVE A FORTUNE, AND MAKE MONEY IN THESE PERILOUS TIMES? It’s obvious to us that the US equity market is overheated, and that we are due for what may prove to be one of the biggest corrections ever recorded. We don’t claim to know when exactly it will happen, how much stocks will decline, and for how long. We are no prognosticators, we ar ...…
 
The August 28th episode of Music Unframed is featuring “Black Science”, a 2017 released album by “Machines dream” from Canada. In this episode, you will also hear new Music by Resistor, Kepler Ten, IT, Roger Waters, Tim Bowness, Keep Rockin’, Mavara, Soen, Cosmograf and more! 19:01:17Machines DreamArmistice Day01:34Black Science201719:02:51Mach ...…
 
In this weeks episode Ryan discusses the Red and Brown shirts exposing themselves in the aftermath of Charlottesville. Vice News report https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P54sP0Nlngg&t=901s&oref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DP54sP0Nlngg%26t%3D901s&has_verified=1 Patron support https://patron.podbean.com/rotmradio You can find us at, ...…
 
Episode 9 - Satanism: The Devil's Harlot This week's show is an interview with Leopold Pan, spokesperson from the London Satanic Temple. What is Satanism?TenetsAtheist activism vs satanist religionChildren's rightsSacrifices?Political activism and plans Reason is the Devil's harlot, who can do nought but slander and harm whatever God says and d ...…
 
Theo Bleckmann Please read more at theobleckmann.com Photo: Lynn Harty GRAMMY® nominated jazz singer and new music composer Theo Bleckmann’s diverse recorded work includes albums of Las Vegas standards, Weimar art songs, and popular “bar songs” (all with pianist Fumio Yasuda); a recording of newly-arranged songs by Charles Ives (with jazz/rock ...…
 
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