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The Israel Beat Jewish Music Podcast interviews the latest Israeli and Jewish artists and covers a wide range of styles from Carlebach, cantorial, klezmer, Israeli trance, Mizrachi, rock, Sephardic, hasidic and everything in between. Past interviews have included Matisyahu, Avraham Fried, and Miri Ben-Ari. The Beat broadcasts every Wednesday from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Israel time on http://www.IsraelNationalRadio.com. The old Beat archive can be found at http://www.israelbeat.blogspot.com
 
Welcome to Kibitz and Bitz! Where we argue information security and draw lessons from the weekly Torah portion. A Torah portion is the biblical reading in the Jewish scriptures for a given week. We do have opinions, and we’ll share them with you weekly in an interesting context. Music is taken from the Album: The Klezmer – Clarinet & Violin Best Jewish Music. Klezmer ensemble https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5f5GniIYCm4 by Shmuel Achiezer Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kibitz-n-bitz/ ...
 
The Stanford Storytelling Project is an arts program at Stanford University that explores how we live in and through stories and how we can use them to change our lives. Our mission is to promote the transformative nature of traditional and modern oral storytelling, from Lakota tales to Radiolab, and empower students to create and perform their own stories. The project sponsors courses, workshops, live events, and grants, along with its radio show State of the Human.
 
Accordion Noir plays punk-rock classical-folk music from around the world, with jazz and an occasional token polka. Broadcast live on CFRO Co-Op Radio from the heart of the Downtown Eastside in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Earth. Please Donate to Co-op Radio. Mention Accordion Noir so they know which show you love.You can find an alternate download site for current shows at Vancouver Co-op Radio's Accordion Noir pageFor more about Bruce's Accordion History Book Project and various am ...
 
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In this season wrap, host Nahanni Rous recaps Can We Talk?'s Fall 2020 episodes—from the history of Jewish and African American women's participation in the fight for voting rights, to a tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, to Jewish women's voting stories, a mini-series on creativity in pandemic times, and more—and gives a sneak p…
 
(Originally published in 2016) . Even if you’re not familiar with the Broadway musical Carousel , you’re likely to have heard the uplifting message and melody of the song "You’ll Never Walk Alone." Its roots in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical extend far beyond the story of love and loss.By Meridee Duddleston
 
The election of Kamala Harris to the Vice Presidency has sparked excitement in the Jewish community. Not only will she be the first woman and person of color to serve in the role, but she also has Jewish family. Kamala and the Harris/Emhoff family highlight an important demographic reality in the American Jewish community: the majority of Jewish fa…
 
A 1962 record of holiday music by The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Temple University Concert choir "went gold" in 1963 and continues to be sold today. WRTI’s Susan Lewis explores its ongoing appeal with violinist Herb Light, who played on the original recording of The Glorious Sound of Christmas.By Susan Lewis
 
Iman Habibi was one of several composers commissioned by The Philadelphia Orchestra as part of its 2020 celebration of Beethoven's 250th birthday. The young Iranian-Canadian composer wrote Jeder Baum spricht ( Every Tree Speaks ), which explores climate change, a subject about which Habibi believes Beethoven—as a lover of nature—would have had a lo…
 
Andrew Fisher is Head of Asset Allocation at Australian pension fund Sunsuper. We discussed the impact of how the markets have changed since the 2008 financial crisis on asset allocation and whether these changes are structural or part of a very long cycle.We also discuss the fund's partnership program, whether value is truly a risk premium and ret…
 
Michael Hunstad is Head of Quantitative Research for Northern Trust Asset Management. Michael and his team have produced a report which analyses risk in more than 200 portfolios and over a 1,000 equity strategies over a period of four years. They found that there are six drivers of unintended outcomes in portfolios, including uncompensated risk and…
 
December 6th is Dave Brubeck ’s birthday, and WRTI’s Kile Smith looks at the secret behind the legacy of this giant of jazz. Along with leading his Quartet for decades, 1959 ’ s Time Out was the first jazz album to sell a million copies, and from that, Paul Desmond’s “Take Five” was not only their biggest hit, it is still the biggest jazz single in…
 
Professor Bill Mitchell is one of the key figures behind the Modern Monetary Theory, a term he coined himself. We talk to Professor about the impact of the pandemic on economies, what can be done about the sky-high unemployment rates and why ultimately unemployment is a political choice.Overview of Podcast with Bill Mitchell, University of Newcastl…
 
PODCAST | Aleksandra Jodłowska – 27 Times Cinema #Giornate2020 The post Aleksandra Jodłowska – 27 Times Cinema #Giornate2020 appeared first on Fred Polish Channel » FRED Polish Podcast. Aleksandra Jodłowska – 27 Times Cinema #Giornate2020 was first posted on September 12, 2020 at 5:15 pm. ©2015 "Fred Polish Channel". Use of this feed is for persona…
 
Nathan Fabian is Chief Responsible Investment Officer with the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). The PRI believes that financial markets today have not adequately priced-in the likely near-term policy response to climate change. In this podcast, we talk about the release of the Inevitable Policy Response, a project that aims to prepare i…
 
Welcome to Kibitz and Bitz! Where we argue information security and draw lessons from the weekly Torah portion. For the week of August 9nd, 2020, Deuteronomy 11:26 - 12:28 parashat Re'eh. The Torah tells the story of Moses reminding the Hebrews to remember to give thanks to the Lord, once again, before crossing the river Jordan into Canaan. His ins…
 
Welcome to Kibitz and Bitz! Where we argue information security and draw lessons from the weekly Torah portion. For the week of August 2nd, 2020, Deuteronomy 7:12 - 9:3 parashat Eikev. The Torah tells the story of Moses lecturing the Hebrews before crossing the river Jordan into Canaan. He remind them of their mistakes and after 40 years of walking…
 
In Episode 49 of the [i3] Podcast, we speak with Stephen Laipply, US Head of iShares Fixed Income ETFs for BlackRock. We discuss how fixed income exchange traded funds (ETFs) fared during March and April of this year, when many bond markets froze due the global pandemic. We talk about price discovery in listed and OTC markets and the question wheth…
 
Welcome to Kibitz and Bitz! Where we argue information security and draw lessons from the weekly Torah portion. For the week of July 26th, 2020, Deuteronomy 3:23 - 5:18 parashat Va’etchanan. The Torah reminds us of when the early Israelites made mistakes and when the Lord gave them the Ten Commandments. Wolf and Dave argue the importance of reflect…
 
Welcome to Kibitz and Bitz! Where we argue information security and draw lessons from the weekly Torah portion. For the week of July 19th, 2020, Deuteronomy 1:1 - 2:1 parashat Devarim. The Torah reminds us of when the early Israelites left Egypt and were terrified about entering Canaan because it was occupied by giants. Wolf and Dave argue the impo…
 
It was 1931 when Eleanor Blum arrived in Philadelphia at age 17 to study piano at the Curtis Institute of Music—and she never left. "Mrs. Sokoloff," as she was known to students and educators alike at the storied conservatory, died on July 12, 2020 at age 106 of natural causes. She taught at Curtis, the place she called home, for more than 84 years…
 
Welcome to Kibitz and Bitz! Where we argue information security and draw lessons from the weekly Torah portion. For the week of July 12th, 2020, Numbers 30:2 - 31:54 parashat Matot-Masei. The Torah reminds us of the importance of making vows and keeping vows. Wolf and Dave argue the importance of ethics and vows and if as an industry, should we enf…
 
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