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From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world's big stories with the help of special guests. Hosted by Ben Luke, The Week in Art is sponsored by Christie's. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Branching Out is a weekly podcast expanding on the stories published in the Acorn Newspapers. Reporters and editors will discuss the impact of the stories they report and delve deeper into the issues affecting their communities.The Acorn Newspapers cover the communities of Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Simi Valley and Moorpark.
 
Extended one-to-one interviews with the key people in the industry. Find out their tips for career success, and peek behind-the-scenes at their workplace. Candid, thoughtful and reflective - a chance to share the insight of those at the very top of their game. Presented by Paul Blanchard.
 
The Peabody Award-winning Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, from PRI, is a smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Kurt introduces the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy – so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand, or the song that will change your life. Produced in association with Slate.
 
As featured on Lego.com, Marvel.com, and Today Show, Alex Grand, Jim Thompson and guest co-hosts start off a Journalistic Comic Book Historical discussion between fans, historians and scholars in determining what happened and when in comics, from strips and pulps to the platinum age comic book, through golden, silver, bronze and then toward modern. Topical broadcasts are made and we also take important time in interviewing professionals to get to the source of comic book history. Support us ...
 
Paperweight Radio: Explorations in Visual and Material Culture draws together artists, designers, academics, curators, writers and researchers around a theme, to explore the territory of visual and material culture from different vantage points. In these explorations, Paperweight offers reports from the front-line of research into visual and material culture, running into the heat of battle and reporting back with dispatches.
 
Welcome to ActionPacked! Our podcast features amazing travel experiences...without having to go anywhere. The episodes are interviews with people who've been inspired by their adventures. They're also full of information and useful links, all of which you can find on our Show Notes. Our podcast can be used for future travel ideas and plans for the days when we can explore the world again! about us: we're Felice & Peter Hardy and we’ve spent half a lifetime travelling to just about every corn ...
 
This is a 1910 guide for those who wish to learn how to correctly (though maybe not "properly") create sentences, use figures of speech, write letters, and more, all while choosing the right words and doing it with style. Joseph Devlin's words may not all be relevant still today, but at least it sounds good when it's read aloud! (Summary by Andrew Lebrun).
 
RICHARD HARDING DAVIS, as a friend and fellow author has written of him, was “youth incarnate,” and there is probably nothing that he wrote of which a boy would not some day come to feel the appeal. But there are certain of his stories that go with especial directness to a boy’s heart and sympathies and make for him quite unforgettable literature. A few of these were made some years ago into a volume, “Stories for Boys,” and found a large and enthusiastic special public in addition to Davis’ ...
 
Public Domain newspaper articles in the US span a period of nearly two and a half centuries. Subjects, styles, period, publisher, and length vary greatly. This collection is a sampling of twenty such articles including one from the Journal de Paris. Although some of the works on the LibriVox catalog such as the Federalist Papers were published in newspapers, this is the first collection of newspaper articles. (Summary by James Smith).
 
Charles Dickens started and edited a magazine called All The Year Round, a weekly collection of articles on a wide variety of topics. An anonymous correspondent in 1868-69 sent in these seven articles about life in the far West of the United States. - Summary by david wales
 
This is a collection of newspaper articles written by Samuel Clemens, for various newspapers, between 1862 and 1881. After Feb 3rd 1863, he began using the pen name Mark Twain. This compilation is the work of Project Gutenberg and contains articles from TERRITORIAL ENTERPRISE, THE SAN FRANCISCO DAILY MORNING CALL, THE SACRAMENTO DAILY UNION, DAILY HAWAIIAN HERALD, ALTA CALIFORNIA, THE CHICAGO REPUBLICAN, and THE GALAXY. (Introduction by John Greenman)
 
Although best known for his Winnie the Pooh stories, A.A. Milne spent years as an editor at the English humor magazine Punch. These sprightly essays were chosen from the hundreds he wrote during that period. As usual, they are funny, wry, and poke fun at almost all of our human foibles. There are 6 short one act plays that he wrote to demonstrate the 6 allowable plots for amateur playwrights and they are absolutely hilarious. The other topics run the gamut from dogs to dates. (Summary by Phi ...
 
This collection of 20 public domain newspaper articles comprises volume 2 of Historic Newspaper Articles in the LibriVox collection. Both U.S. and U.K. newspapers are represented here. The articles span from 1848 to 1920. Topics covered (e.g., the Triangle Shirt Waist Factory Fire, the troubles of ‘Typhoid Mary’, how to dress for the seashore) vary in length and tone. Although the writers display a range of diverse styles, their words give today's readers a sense of the tenor of the times. ( ...
 
Join Wisconsin's own Pine Barrens Institute as they sit down and chat with some of the most prominent names in modern cryptozoology. The format is unstructured, the conversation is unscripted, and the cryptids are plenty. Along with these weird creatures, we will also touch on some of the more bizarre stories, legends, and folklore straight from the heart of Wisconsin. This is Midwest Cryptozoology at its finest.
 
Discussions with people working in the arts,business, academia and civil society in South Africa. Listen to new perspectives on issues of race, gender and transformation. The host, Nicholas Claude, is a freelance writer based in Johannesburg. He was born in London, raised in Durban and returned to South Africa in 2010 after living in Stockholm for thirteen years. To support the podcast go to https://www.patreon.com/voicesfromsa
 
Perry Mason is a fictional defense attorney who originally appeared in detective fiction by Erle Stanley Gardner. This long running radio drama had several actors who played the famous lawyer starting with Bartlett Robinson and then followed by Santos Ortega, Donald Briggs, and finally John Larkin who played the famous attorney after 1947. The radio portrayal of Perry Mason is a far more involved lawyer then the one who became famous on TV, the radio version would rather swap gunshots with e ...
 
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I call this a transition episode. A little small glimpse into the big things that poetic pause has coming for you. Central to this episode is a CALL FOR APPLICATION. Are you an artist? do you dance? sing? write? or play instruments? Do you want to become part of an art piece that is fused with the diversity of global cultural and individuality. If …
 
Former Thousand Oaks planning commissioner and three-time City Council candidate Mic Farris joins Branching Out to share his insights into T.O. politics (past and present) and what to expect (and not to expect) in the final week of campaigning. Plus, Allison Montroy, editor of Beyond the Acorn magazine, stops by to share what's in store for Beyond'…
 
The media rushes to hide Kung Pao Joe's Chinese business dealings, as Trump is forced into a top-notch debate. Daily Wire Co-CEO and god-king Jeremy Boreing brings you his latest rants on big government, big tech, Hollywood hypocrisy, and well, anything else that comes to mind - when it comes to mind. Listen here => https://podcasts.apple.com/us/po…
 
Following a historic relaxation of deaccessioning laws in the US, we probe the moral quandaries faced by museums forced to sell-off parts of their collections to stay afloat. We speak to Christopher Bedford, the director of the Baltimore Museum of Art in Maryland, which has announced it is to sell three works; to Georgina Adam about what this all m…
 
Will Trump’s performance be a departure from his last debate appearance? Can Biden contain his rage if his family scandals are mentioned? How many times will Trump mention Hunter before he is completely muted? Are there any actual “undecideds” at this point who will be swayed one way or the other based on this circus show? Join this roundtable disc…
 
EPISODE 343 In the 14th annual Bowery Boys Halloween podcast, we celebrate some classic strange and supernatural terrors written by the most famous horror writers in New York City history. Since 2020 is already a year full of absurd twists and frights, we thought we'd celebrate the season in a slightly different way. Don't worry! Tom and Greg are d…
 
Twitter tried to bury it, the media tried to discount it, but the New York Post seems to have gotten it right. Daily Wire Co-CEO and god-king Jeremy Boreing brings you his latest rants on big government, big tech, Hollywood hypocrisy, and well, anything else that comes to mind - when it comes to mind. Listen here => https://podcasts.apple.com/us/po…
 
Scott Omelianuk is the newly appointed editor-in-chief of ‘Inc.’ Founded in 1979, the award-winning magazine focuses on inspiring entrepreneurs and has a monthly reach of 25m. In an eclectic journalism career, taking in positions at both GQ and Esquire, Scott has also been a film producer, and presented several TV shows across fashion and design. I…
 
Eric Schurenberg is CEO of Mansueto Ventures, publishers of iconic business magazines ‘Inc.’ and ‘Fast Company.’ Founded in 2005, and with a team of over one hundred, their mission is to inspire and inform the business leaders of the future. Over two decades, Eric’s career has spanned both business and finance, beginning on Wall Street at Goldman S…
 
That rant you just heard came from Daily Wire Co-CEO and god-king Jeremy Boreing to let you know about his new podcast, ENOUGH. In this first episode, Jeremy goes after the leftist mob that keeps trying to get the Daily Wire taken down from Facebook. Listen now for the full episode and subscribe to get more rants from Jeremy on big government, big …
 
Kyle's out of the office for this one, but the voice the Branching Out Intro, Acorn Newspaper managing editor John Loesing stepped in for an interview with political analyst James Bozajian. The two discuss statewide ballot measures, the pros and cons of each, and how likely they are to pass. They round out the interview with a discussion of some lo…
 
Prepping to watch The Trial of the Chicago 7 on Netflix, I revisited my Sept. 16, 1994 interview with The 7’s defense lawyer, William Kunstler, who told me then that the trial “changed me totally. … “I never knew what it was to really fight until I watched Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Dave Dellinger, Hayden and so on fight in a courtroom—do things t…
 
This week, we talk to the critics and curators Barry Schwabsky and Aindrea Emelife about the four-year delay to the show Philip Guston Now at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, the museums of fine arts in Houston and Boston and Tate Modern in London. What does the postponement of a big show of the American artist’s work tell us about museum…
 
EPISODE 342 Prepare to hear a few spirited stories in a whole new way. For the past couple years hosts Tom Meyers and Greg Young have also done a LIVE cabaret version of their annual ghost story show at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater. For reasons related to the fact that it’s the hellish year of 2020, we cannot bring you a live performance this ye…
 
Alex Grand & Jim Thompson interview Lawyer and writer Brett Dakin, about his new book, a biography of his grand-uncle Lev Gleason of Lev Gleason Comic Publications discussing his formation of the first modern comic book with Charles Max Gaines, starting the Golden Age Daredevil and Crime Comics with Charles Biro and Bob Wood, his political battles …
 
Robert Wolf is an entrepreneur, investor and board member of the Obama Foundation. Known to many as ‘the Dem on Fox,’ he is a regular contributor on Fox News and Fox Business, challenging Republicans and arguing the Democrats’ position. Starting out as a “brash punky-type kid,” in a meteoric career on Wall Street he spent a decade at Salomon Brothe…
 
Author and historian Jim Kershner talks about his recently completed book, "The Sound of Spokane - The history of the Spokane Symphony" with Spokesman-Review writer Stephanie Hammett on the Northwest Passages Book Club livestream from Spokane, Washington. Principal trumpet Larry Jess joins the conversation to talk about his more than 50 years with …
 
It's that time of the year when we look at the federal Budget (seasonally adjusted), and the Treasurer has announced a $213 billion deficit. We have no complaints: Governments need to spend money according to the circumstances and with a national government debt reaching $944 billion, the main benefit the Australian electorate will receive is an en…
 
Ian and Kyle talk with Simi Valley Acorn reporter Melissa Simon about all the October surprises popping up in Simi's local races as well as an elections office flub that's left one mayor candidate threatening to sue. Plus an update on the case of two boys hit and killed in a Westlake Village crosswalk. Voter guide info still incomplete Racial divid…
 
It’s Frieze Week in London, yet there’s no big art fair at its heart. Can galleries create the usual excitement—and is anyone still buying? There’s no Frieze London or Frieze Masters but there are plenty of exhibitions and events being staged across the city, the now customary online viewing rooms and digital sales platforms and a big New York auct…
 
EPISODE 341 Celebrating the history of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the 150th year since its founding -- and certainly one of the strangest years in its extraordinary existence. The Met is really the king of New York attractions, with visitors heading up to Central Park and streaming through the doors by the millions to gasp at the latest bloc…
 
Craig Newmark is the founder of Craigslist. Established in 1995, it’s one of the world’s most popular websites, active in 700 cities across 70 countries. Stepping away from day-to-day management of the site in 2000 to become a full-time philanthropist, Craig is a passionate campaigner for a free and fair press - supporting journalism, and combattin…
 
Ian and Kyle discuss last week's story about the death of two young brothers who were hit while trying to cross the street in Westlake Village, and the challenges of reporting on such tragedies. Plus, a plug for the Acorn's new Election 2020 websites and Kyle learns the hard way what happens when you leave an open pen in your pocket. https://www.to…
 
This week, we look at two great women artists: at last, we visit the postponed Artemisia exhibition at the National Gallery in London, taking a tour with its curator Letizia Treves, and picking out some of the extraordinary highlights of the show. And we also explore a new biography of Frida Kahlo with its author, Hettie Judah. See acast.com/privac…
 
Cleopatra’s Needle is the name given to the ancient Egyptian obelisk that sits in Central Park, right behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This is the bizarre tale of how it arrived in New York and the unusual forces that went behind its transportation from Alexandra to a hill called Greywacke Knoll. FEATURING The secrets of the Freemasons, a mys…
 
Alex Grand and Jim Thompson interview David Anthony Kraft discussing his Defenders run, then dive into his character defining run on She-Hulk in her first series, his Music references like Blue Oyster Cult, his Beatles Marvel Super Specials, his Children Books with Marvel Special Projects under Sol Brodsky, why he left Marvel and DC Comics in 1983,…
 
Will this showdown be the cakewalk for Trump that many predict? Did Biden use the vast amount of time he’s spent avoiding the press to actually debate prep or was he just napping? Do Trump’s tax returns or Hunter Biden’s shady Russian dealings have any real effect on persuading voters? Is there any chance Joe will show up to all three debates? Join…
 
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