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A NASA-Smithsonian Universe Forum Publication :: This activity will help you explore the universe by shrinking cosmic scale in just 4 steps. Print out the instructions and cut-out templates (printer-friendly PDFs at http://chandra.harvard.edu/resources/podcasts/2inch/). Follow along with the activity by listening to the narration or viewing the American Sign Language in the video podcast files.
 
Join author and educator Adam Stone as he discusses his book, "Pointy Three." Presented in both American Sign Language (ASL) and English, this is the story of a fork who’s missing one of his prongs, but not his brave spirit. Follow Pointy Three on his journey through the land of Dinnertime as he meets characters left and right and looks for a place where he belongs. Adam will also demonstrate how to use iBooks Author and answer a few questions.
 
Just two professional interpreters attempting to answer your questions about the work that we do everyday! Each week we have a new guest join the show and leave nothing off the table! Drop us a line with your questions and tune in for the answers. The stories are wild, the guests are outrageous... it's just another day of interpreting.
 
ASL Radio??? Yes! ASL Radio for the Hearing World to hear our culture... FOR ALL ASL Radio Videos please go to www.Vimeo.com/keithwann Known for his stand-up comedy and rapid popularity through the viral You Tube ASL video parody rendition of Vanilla Ice’s “Ice Ice Baby” in 2006, Wann has been performing for over 20 years. As a hearing child of Deaf adults, Wann is an original breakthrough performing ASL artist and has been featured in several short films with ASL, currently stars in a popul ...
 
Ricky Smith Signs a variety of shapes and groups of shapes for illustrating spatial referencing and location identification. This is a dynamic new resource for ASL teachers and students. Watch the shape in the video clip of Ricky, then draw the shape. Remember that when drawing the shape it should be from the signers perspective i.e. when you watch Ricky sign the shape you are seeing it backwards! Once you have drawn the shape, you can check your work against the graphic of the shape(s) that ...
 
Mito-Kids is a documentary based on the lives of my 4 daughters (15-19) and how they live with their individual disorders caused by Mitochondria Disease. Mitochondria is the energy within almost every cell in our body providing 90% of the energy we use each day. This disorder is growing in awareness because it is being seen as the root disorder behind, in part or in full, epilepsy, ALS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Heart Disease and many other neurological disorders. My children have disabiliti ...
 
If you could peer into everyone's inner thoughts through a filter of music, would you? As Zoey struggles with her new ability that may or may not be an indication of lack of sanity, we're here every week on the AFTERBUZZ TV ZOEY'S EXTRAORDINARY PLAYLIST AFTER SHOW PODCAST breaking down each episode of our new favorite show! From news and gossip, story arc discussion, and even some predictions on what'll happen to Zoey next! Subscribe and leave a comment to stay up to date!
 
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This week on Hear Ye Hear Ye, the King is joined by Ligia Giles and her daughter, Sharon Szpak, owners and operators of the La Fiesta food section, the Red Lion Restaurant, and the Polonia Pub. Ligia and Sharon share with us stories of their humble beginnings and their extraordinary growth during their time with TRF. In this episode, the following …
 
Thanks to listener Nelson Isada we received The Steelworks for review, and for keeps. Yipee Yahoo! Listen to our rules section to see what you know, don't know (or perhaps have forgotten), about vehicle wrecks in the greatest game in the world; Advanced Squad Leader. SHOWTIMES1:00 Banterino11:06 Contest Winners (Pod and Twit)21:00 What's in the Box…
 
Grab your guns and your grudges, it's time for us to dive into one of Blumhouse's incredibly lucrative franchises! We started with The Purge: Anarchy and had a lot of thoughts about class, race, and how to make the purge at least a little more fun. Content warnings: violence, a scene of threatened sexual assault, mention of child death, and an inte…
 
This week on Hear Ye Hear Ye, the King is joined by Charles Prince, owner of Merchant Prince Inc, who has been involved at TRF for the past 25 years in food and entertainment. Charles comes from a long family history of passionate hospitality and restaurant workers and today he shares about his history with the festival, his variety of offerings, a…
 
Episode 275? Wow! Where did the time go? We couldn't think of any better guests to bring on to such a momentous show than these two distinguished gents from the DC Conscripts; Andy Goldin and John Gorkowski. It's a rollicking and rolling interview about all things ASL but especially about the East Coast gaming scene. Enjoy.SHOWTIMES1:00 Banter? No …
 
Happy Birthday, Horrorscope! It's our one-year anniversary, so we decided to visit a cornerstone of the horror genre and finally watch Scooby Doo (2002). This live-action spectacle is a wild ride from start to finish— Eric and Jaime discuss the surprises and pitfalls of this movie as well as the history of the show, the possibilities of #SpookyIsla…
 
This week on Hear Ye Hear Ye, the King is joined by Angela Staha, TRF’s Head Costumer, as they discuss Angela’s journey from the army to TRF, the many challenges of costuming, and Texas Renaissance Festival’s own themed costume contest. In this episode, the following tales are told: Taking the journey from the army to TRF Developing a variety of sk…
 
We hope you're pumped for an atmospheric B movie full of 80s tropes and bad ideas— we watched Death Spa! This movie has some wild kills, an excellent score, and a whole bunch of problems. Eric breaks down the appeal of a B movie while Jaime pitches some fixes. Content warnings: nudity, blood, gore, body horror, suicide, trauma surrounding childbirt…
 
Early version of MapWe'd like to make a confession.... we incorrectly named the Bravo Biazza show. We meant to call it the Bravo Brevity show. So, while both shows are about two of the great new games from Advancing Fire, this show covers Brevity Assault. This system uses some colored lines to delineate the levels on the map. Fantastic touch! Dave …
 
This week on Hear Ye Hear Ye, the King is joined by Larry Murley, author, artisan, and American veteran. With the help of his wife, Larry has been able to open Crystal Mountain, a Texas Renaissance Festival booth that sells oils and incense, as well as share his stories from the Vietnam war with the world through his several books. In this episode,…
 
WE'RE BACK, BABY! (In theaters, that is!) Eric and Jaime ventured into the wild to watch A Quiet Place Part 2. This sequel was full of surprises, jumpscares, and a lot of violence against children. Eric goes in blind for this one while Jaime rethinks some things. Content warnings: spooky monsters, jumpscares, enclosed spaces, a brief moment of gore…
 
Paul WorksPaul Works is a contributor to the Advanced Squad Leader Hobby who has been doing so for a long time. He helped get the Kansas City March Madness Tournament going when Mike Reed (Episode 267) had to stop. Paul has a long and storied involvement with wargames and ASL in particular. He also works with the Navy and gets to play wargames ther…
 
Grab your quietest shotgun and all of your children for our latest episode breaking down John Krasinski’s 2018 smash hit, A Quiet Place. We talk about the weird treatment of parenthood in this movie, the logistics of resource management, and child actors showing up their adult castmates in a huge way. Eric revisits a bad theater experience and Jaim…
 
This week on Hear Ye Hear Ye!, the King is joined by Tiffany McArthur, Coordinator of the Ambassador Program, and Brandy Cabe, Ambassador and ASL Volunteer. These two lovely ladies talk about joining our incredible ambassador program and the amazing events they get to be a part of. In this episode, the following tales are told: Changing our marketi…
 
This show opens with some lovely letters and then an in depth look at Biazza Ridge from Advancing Fire. Our very special guest Mike Ryzy helps us to give a run down of how this new mini campaign works. It is more of a group of connected and related scenarios that can be traced on a large operational map. This fantastic new offering is sadly, sold o…
 
We love doing interview shows. Especially when you have a guest like Scott Mullins who has a long and rich history with the gaming industry and Advanced Squad Leader in particular. He has several blogs and insights on many things ASL. It is a fascinating interview and we are sure you will enjoy it. SHOWTIMES1:00 Banter13:00 Interview with Scott Mul…
 
Grab your Alienware™️ merch and your closest friends for William Brent Bell's 2006 supernatural slasher, Stay Alive! This movie is a real time-capsule of its time, and...that's all we'll say about that. Eric shares the background behind Disney's only slasher movie (no, really, it's a Disney movie), while Jaime navigates the twists and turns. Conten…
 
Klas Malmstrom: ASL Editer, Friendly Fire PlaytesterTwo back to back amazing interviews. Wow! (If we do say so ourselves). Have you ever wondered how SSR's are written so that they have some consistancy? Have you ever wondered if Advanced Squad Leader games could have been even more complex than they already are? Well, the answers to these fascinat…
 
Y’all ready for prom? Grab your blood buckets and corsages, it’s time to watch Brian De Palma’s supernatural horror film, Carrie (1976)! Eric re-evalutes this horror classic, while Jaime makes some enemies. We have a lot to say, so settle in for this one. Content warnings: domestic and physical abuse and violence, animal death, electrocution, viole…
 
Let’s dive into extreme hobbies, Gollum-knock offs, betrayal, grief, and a whole cave of girl bosses! This week, we watched The Descent (2005), our first adventure horror film. There’s a reason why this movie is so popular; we both hooted and hollered our way through this one. Content warnings: offscreen but referenced child death, claustrophobia, …
 
You may recognize the name of Michael J. Puccio from an article on Paratroopers or one called "A Cavalry Primer for Neighsayers" published in ASL Annual 97. Or you may recognize it from one of the dozen or so scenarios he has designed for Critical Hit, Dispatches From the Bunker, Yankee ASL, or ASL Scenario 203: Hard Rok from Forgotten War; Korea. …
 
Martha grew up playing musical instruments from a young age, including receiving private piano lessons at the age of 5, and she always had a passion for making music. Influenced by dreams she was having and the love of harpist Alan Stivell, Martha purchased a harp at the age of 21 with the help of a few generous friends and embarked on what would b…
 
Advanced Squad Leader. What a game. What a bunch of rules. We help you keep it all straight with a look at rule 10, Morale and a brief admiration of Carl Nogueira's look at Heroes from a past issue of The Bunker. In the box this week is Nor'Easter Pack II from Yankee ASL and printed by Le Franc Tireur. Dave presents a breakdown of the first half of…
 
In space....we've got to be honest, it's just really fucked up, since our episode today starts in Transylvanian salt mines and ends in SPACE HELL. It's time for Paul W. S. Anderson's 1997 science-fiction horror nightmare, Event Horizon! Eric tries to hunt down the lost lore surrounding this movie while Jaime bolsters her bravery by leaning into the…
 
Connection Conversations: Hospitality with Andrew Leonard Overview: Host Anna Fuhrmeister interviews Andrew "Andy" Leonard over the affects and changes in the hospitality industry due to COVID-19 the past year and for upcoming travel seasons. Running time: 7:02 minutes EDITOR'S NOTE: The following transcript has been edited for clarity. Anna Fuhrme…
 
We’ll give you 'til the count of ten to hide and then we’re coming for you with this 2019 horror comedy, ready or not! We talk about the political climate, other timely 2019 releases, the fact that Samara Weaving is a POWERHOUSE, and, of course, about how rich people suck. We also flipped the script, so Jaime brought the research for this rewatch w…
 
There's a lot in this grab bag of a show that celebrates the coming of spring and the wide variety of Advanced Squad Leader products out there to enjoy. We also cover a great variety of topics that you sent in to our mailbox here in the Broadcast Foxhole. In the box is Roma 2020 from Multiman Publishing. designer of many scenarios in the early Marc…
 
James Wan did it again! The Conjuring 2 is packed to the brim with sick special effects, challenging British accents, spinoff potential, and our favorite ghostbusting grifter couple. Eric revisits a one-time watch while Jaime shouts her way through the scares. Say a prayer for us as we tackle this one. Content warnings: jump scares, brief body horr…
 
This time…..there’s more. No, really, there’s like a LOT of Aliens in Aliens (1986). This week we tackled James Cameron’s sci-fi action film which has big guns, big xenomorphs, and even bigger explosions! Eric defends this past favorite while Jaime grapples with the tonal shift from Alien. At least we’ll always have Ripley. 🖤 Content warnings: body…
 
This week's episode is a shocker: we're covering a NEW RELEASE in 2021. Kevin Lewis' Willy's Wonderland comes to us with a catchy theme song, a silent Nic Cage, and a whole slew of problems. Eric brings his film background to break this one down, while Jaime tries to figure out whether this movie is camp, schlock, or just...bad. Content Warnings: g…
 
We open the show with some in depth letters that cover a variety of ASL and WWII related topics, and therefore there are a lot of fascinating links included below. Pim's Photos of battlegrounds in Holland, articles on Market Garden, Dien Bien Phu game review and our first look at Retro. Thanks to the listeners for the content in the letters departm…
 
Dive into a celery themed night club, the nuances of teaming & how we handle the horrors of Zoomland with Claire & Mak! Mak (friend of the show) returns to explore his perspective on technology, working in a triad & howe we beg, borrow & steal from our colleagues. Claire brings her experience in the field to inform her voicing in the tech space, he…
 
This week, we dive into Jaume Collet-Serra's grungy slasher, House of Wax. This movie was billed as a tacky slasher romp, but what we watched was a deeply weird movie that's actually....good? We'll let you decide, dear listener. Eric makes puns and brings the background, while Jaime enjoys the perfect alignment of all of her guilty pleasures. Conte…
 
This week we finally explore the genre of vampires (outside of Twilight, of course). Jaime picked the 1985 Tom Holland classic horror love letter, Fright Night. Eric brings the facts on the movie's origins, practical effects, and vampires while Jaime dunks on the movie's lead, embraces the ridiculousness of the 1980s, and enjoys the fact that our i…
 
We’re going classic this week with Universal’s Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954). If you like black and white films, 1950's 3D, groundbreaking underwater effects, and harpoon-wielding dudes in short shorts, you’re going to like this one. Eric brings the history of the monster movie format from Universal Horror, 3D, Milicent Patrick, and a music…
 
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