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WFUV's award-winning, weekly public affairs program. Host George Bodarky covers New York City issues from the humorous to the sobering; whether it's an examination of local hipsters, homelessness or historic architecture. "Cityscape gives me 30 minutes to focus on a particular issue, to really delve into it," says Bodarky. "I love to walk," he says. "I will just walk around Manhattan and discover new neighborhoods, new communities, and to me that's the best thing... Much of what I bring to t ...
 
Savvy Painter is a bi-weekly podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks to expert painters about the business of art and how it gets created. Want to know how leaders in the fine art world of plein-air and landscape painting got their start? What habits do top artists have in common? Savvy Painter digs deep into the struggles and successes of contemporary painters. Artists spend enormous amounts of time alone in their studios. It's easy for them to believe their challenges are ...
 
In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
Interviewing cidermakers importers, orchardists, foodies, farmers and cider enthusiasts around the world. Let’s delve into the semantics of cider…or is it hard cider, cidre, sidra or fermented apple juice? The truth is out there in Ciderville and we are going to find it. We toast in celebration of cider; As a libation, a gift from the gods, a taste of terroir, and a hard pressed good time. Ready to quench your thirst? Grab a glass and join this chat! See you in Ciderville!
 
The Travel and Adventure Photography School podcast is designed for those who want to create better images anywhere in the world. We will explore tools, stories, and tips to help inspire your creativity and engage your wanderlust. If you are aiming to better document your adventures and travels, then you are in the right place!It doesn’t matter what you are taking photos on, whether it’s your phone, a DSLR, mirrorless, or any other type of camera. This podcast will apply to you if you are in ...
 
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Exploring cities is one of my favourite things to do while travelling. And that means crafting great cityscape images. But, how do you do this? How do you craft these great cityscape images? That's what this episode is all about! We'll give you five (or maybe 8) tips for creating the best cityscape shots that you can. Check out the full show notes …
 
Humankind has long harnessed the wind to its advantage. From ancient mariners to millers grinding grist, the wind has been an ally for millennia, but only now do engineers have at their disposal advanced computer simulations to better understand the details of wind flow and to optimize designs. Catherine Gorle is one such engineer who has made it h…
 
The pandemic has had a profound effect on many industries and organizations, including nonprofits. Joining us this week to talk about the ripple effects of a pandemic on nonprofits, and the work her organization is doing to help them rebound is Danielle Holly. She’s the CEO of Common Impact. The organization helps nonprofits grow to achieve greater…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ AltmanE143 | Catherine Gorle: How cityscapes catch the windA civil and environmental engineer describes how engineering is designing better built environments that shape rather than bend to the will of the wind.Humankind has long harnessed the wind to its advantage. From ancient mariners to millers grinding grist,…
 
Fermenting with Quince Was Aphrodite’s Forbidden Fruit a quince or the apple? She's not talking, but cidermakers are in this panel discussion on “Fermenting with Quince” that was recorded for CiderCon2021. Quince a.k.a. Cydonia oblonga is the sole member of the genus Cydonia in the family Rosaceae. Quince is a ‘pomme’ fruit with the likes of apples…
 
As the world moves to more efficient and cleaner energy solutions, there is a growing divide between the clean-energy haves and have-nots, says Anthony Kinslow II, PhD, a lecturer in civil and environmental engineering. Too often the divide falls along racial and socio-economic lines, as minority and low-income communities do not benefit from clean…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E144 | Anthony Kinslow: How to close the clean-energy divideAn engineer and clean-energy entrepreneur discusses the troubling socio-economic gap in access to sustainable energy and the things we can do now to narrow and, perhaps, close it.As the world moves to more efficient and cleaner energy solutions, th…
 
Today on the podcast we've got 5 tips to help you explore more freely and more comfortably. These tips are aimed at helping you move fast, and light while also taking your gear and being able to explore all day. You can find the show notes for the episode here. Follow Robert’s adventures on Instagram @RobertMasseyPhotography…
 
What helps you bring your full and authentic self to your time in your studio? Are there certain activities or habits that help you get in the right mindset to start your day and get those creative juices flowing? If you’ve been around the Savvy Painter community for very long, you know that I am a huge fan of meditation and mindfulness. I have see…
 
Over the past year a lot of people have found sanity in new hobbies like puzzles, coloring, knitting and crocheting.On this week’s Cityscape, we’re talking with Felicia Eve. She’s the owner of String Thing Studio, a yarn shop and haven for all kinds of crafters, located in Brooklyn. She joins us to talk about her journey to a career in crafting, po…
 
Vermont Quince Hosts the New England Quince Taste Test of 2020 Perhaps before you listen to this episode 266 you might like to go to episode 248 to hear the initial blind tasting to compare the notes with this episode. The Inspiration Behind Vermont Quince A mother and son trip to Spain, inspired Nan Stefanik to incorporate Vermont Quince Company w…
 
Imagine serving a life sentence in prison for stealing a floor jack from a tow truck? Many of the clients our guest today, Michael Romano, has represented were drug addicts or homeless when they got caught up in California’s Three Strikes law that forced minimum sentences and locked up thousands of nonviolent offenders for 20, 30 years and more. Ro…
 
In this episode David Sklansky, a criminal law expert and former federal prosecutor, discusses his new book A Pattern of Violence: How the Law Classifies Crime and What It Means for Justice, which traces central failures of criminal justice, including mass incarceration and high rates of police violence, to legal ideas about violence—its definition…
 
Shooting great landscape images in mostly flat areas takes a different set of ideas than when you are shooting with obvious subjects. On this episode of the podcast, I'll give you six tips for how to get the most out of shooting large, open landscapes. Check out the full show notes for the episode here. You can follow along with Robert’s adventures…
 
Electrical engineer Kunle Olukotun has built a career out of building computer chips for the world. These days his attention is focused on new-age chips that will broaden the reach of artificial intelligence to new uses and new audiences—making AI more democratic. The future will be dominated by AI, he says, and one key to that change rests in the …
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E142 | Kunle Olukotun: How to make AI more democraticA chip designer talks about how advances in hardware will be needed to make the much-hyped artificially intelligent future a reality.Electrical engineer Kunle Olukotun has built a career out of building computer chips for the world. These days his attenti…
 
Tasting Calvados with Étienne Dupont Étienne Dupont took over the Domaine Familial Etienne Dupont in the Pays d'Auge region of Normandy France from his father Louis and grandfather Jules in 1980. Episode 098: Jérôme Dupont | Domaine Dupont is a conversation with Étienne son who sadly passed away in 2018. The recording with Jérôme provides the backd…
 
Stanford alum Brodie Van Wagenen, COO and Head of Strategy & Business Dev., ROC Nation on the business of sports and entertainment.Brodie Van Wagenen on the business of elevating athletes' careers on a global scale from conceptualization to marketing and endorsement deals.By Stanford Radio
 
One of the great joys of the world is seeing the sun crest over the horizon from the top of a mountain. It is a truly magical experience. But, how do you get out there and experience a sunrise hike? Today, we are talking all about this! I've got 6 steps for you to think about for going on your first sunrise hike. Choose Your Hike Pick Your Day Prep…
 
What is it that catches your eye when you are determining what to paint? Do you look for color that speaks to you, are you drawn to certain subjects or locations? Growing up in Australia, Mary Tonkin quickly became enamored with, “The bush” - a term mostly used in the English vernacular of Australia and New Zealand where it is largely synonymous wi…
 
Grandma's Apple Orchard John Bunker, of Maine, Presents: Grandma’s Apple Orchard: the perfect orchard with only twelve trees. How did she do it? John is a Colby alumnus and was presented the 2019 Commissioner's Distinguished Service Award by Governor Janet Mills and Commissioner Amanda Beal for Saving Maine's Apple Heritage. He has also authored tw…
 
Modern day fashion says a lot about who we are and the image we project. Join Stanford Law Professor Richard Thompson Ford for this episode for a discussion about his new book, Dress Codes, and the history of fashion and its social and political implications.Originally aired on SiriusXM on March 13, 2021.…
 
When you travel, there will be times when you need to create great images in the middle of the day, with the sun blazing down, and shadows are crisp and harsh, and the light isn't good. It's inevitable. So what do you do? Do you put the camera away? Do you create throw-away images? or Do you embrace the light and use it to create cool things? I kno…
 
Science Based Resource for Apple Identification Up to this point we've all been reliant upon drawings and descriptions from historical books and "those in the know" to identify specific apple varieties. Today, as you will see below, there is now an option to have an apple's parentage checked via the DNA. Apple Identification via Genetics has arrive…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman: E141 | Julie Owono: How local voices will shape the global internetAn expert in international law and digital content explains why she thinks the future of the worldwide internet is very much in local hands.Julie Owono is a lawyer, executive director of Internet Sans Frontières and a fellow at the Stanford…
 
Julie Owono is a lawyer, executive director of Internet Sans Frontières and a fellow at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society. She wants the world to know that the internet is the not the same for every person, everywhere. Born in Cameroon, and having grown up in Russia, she understands firsthand that every nation sets and maintains…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E141 | Dan Jurafsky: How AI is changing our understanding of languageA linguist and computer scientist explores how AI is expanding from capturing individual words and sentences to modeling the social nature of language.Words are a window into human psychology, society, and culture, says Stanford linguist a…
 
Words are a window into human psychology, society, and culture, says Stanford linguist and computer scientist Dan Jurafsky. The words we choose reveal what we think, how we feel and even what our biases are. And, more and more, computers are being trained to comprehend those words, a fact easily apparent in voice-recognition apps like Siri, Alexa a…
 
Stanford alum Carlos Watson, entrepreneur, Emmy-winning journalist and TV host, and co-founder and CEO of Ozy, a media company that's ahead of its time.Carlos Watson has an insatiable appetite for learning and talks about life growing up, entrepreneurial success and building a media brand focused on the new and the next.Originally aired on SiriusXM…
 
In a world full of distractions and chaos it can sometimes be difficult to get your subject to pop on their own in an image. But there are some things you can do to help your subject stand out more while doing your travel and adventure photography. This week, I'll give you four actionable tips to help isolate your subject from a busy scene to give …
 
When was the last time you encountered a painting that really moved you? What feelings did the painting evoke? Did your initial impression of the painting remain or change the more you pondered it? I love hearing stories from fellow artists who have found themselves entranced by or enamored with the artwork of their peers. On this special episode, …
 
What is a Virtual Cidery? A virtual cider is a cidery managed out of someone’s else’s cidery, or winery and in some cases a brewery. This week's featured guest is Ryan Monkman of FieldBird Cider in Prince Edward County Ontario. I met Ryan in 2018 and visited his Virtual Cidery host Keint-He Winery. The location was ideal being close to where Ryan l…
 
Why are some schools open for in-person learning while others aren’t? Stanford Law Professor Bill Koski talks about the challenges to re-opening schools, from legal issues to infrastructure problems, and who (or what) is to blame for those that remain shuttered to students.Originally aired on SiriusXM on February 27, 2021.…
 
Starbursts, those beautiful pointy bursts of light, are a fantastic compositional tool for every photographer. But, how exactly do you create them? And what pitfalls do you need to watch out for? That's what we are looking at today on episode 57 of the Travel and Adventure Photography School podcast. Go here for the full show notes. You can follow …
 
In America they’re called row houses, but across the pond in England, a row of wall-sharing homes is called a terraced house. Regardless of what you call them, it’s part of what separates cities like London, New York, Boston and Amsterdam from places like Paris and Minneapolis. In his new book, The North Atlantic Cities, author, planner and histori…
 
What is Yonder? Yonder Cider is made at the production facility in Wenatchee, Washington. Cider are made with both culinary and classic cider varieties that co-owner Caitlin Braam, who is our featured guest in this episode, says is key to the Yonder label. Wenatchee is also the home of Snowdrift Cider Company where Tim Larsen is based and who also …
 
This week on the podcast we are talking to Erin (@erint_explores) about her adventure photography in the Canadian Rockies. Erin has been shooting for about 10 years, but COVID really changed her photographic game. You will learn about her: Gear Creative process Adventures You'll also hear one of my favourite bear stories that Erin shares just for u…
 
When Riitta Katila looks at old photos or movies about the space program of the 1960s, she sees one common thread among the people depicted there — homogeneity. The engineers and technicians who first put humans on the moon were, almost without exception, white and male. While society has come a long way in the decades since, Katila, who is an expe…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman: E139 | Riitta Katila: How diversity drives innovationAn expert in entrepreneurship argues that greater diversity is the key to corporate creativity.When Riitta Katila looks at old photos or movies about the space program of the 1960s, she sees one common thread among the people depicted there — homogeneity…
 
What is Eris? Eris is the name of the goddess of chaos. Her splendor in creating chaos is exactly why co-owners Michelle Foik and Katie Pizza named their craft beer and cider bar Eris, but there is more. Katie's "elevator pitch' for Eris tells it all saying, "Eris is a brewery, cider house and full service restaurant all under one roof in Chicago."…
 
This week, we talk about the things I do to avoid creative burnout or breakthrough a creative rut. I'll give you tips for getting back to loving your photography, creating new challenges, and being a force for creativity. Check out the full show notes for the episode here! You can follow along with the Travel and Adventure Photography School on Ins…
 
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