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Live @ Forty5 is new for Northumberland. Based on the popular TED talks concept, we are organising a series of monthly mini-lectures in Northumberland to inspire, educate and entertain. WHEN? The third Thursday of every month, 8-9pm WHERE? Gallery 45, Felton, Northumberland. HOW? (much) £5 per person to included tea and coffee! Our first speakers have already been lined up and they have a wealth of knowledge and stories from all walks of life. Some will be educational, some will be humorous ...
 
The BNMVS Podcast Network is a family of podcasts, mostly focused on the sport of professional wrestling. "Pro Wrestling's BFF" Nick Maniwa & Reed "By God" Bentley take you through their week in pro wrestling, their social lives, movies, TV & everything in between on the main show, "The Reed Bentley & Nick Maniwa Variety Show". Also on the BNMVS podcast network, "The Custom Underground Podcast" brings you all things pro wrestling figures. Tips, tricks of the trade & a tournament to determine ...
 
Jordan Blackman interviews the leaders and legends of the video game industry so that you can succeed with your game project, career, or venture. Discover how you can produce, market, and operate games more successfully so that your career can be more satisfying and impactful, whether you're a game designer, engineer, or entrepreneur and whether you work at a studio, publisher, brand or startup. Jordan is an industry insider, who has worked as a Senior Producer at Ubisoft and a Lead Designer ...
 
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Front Row Classics welcomes film historian and author, Jeremy Arnold for our first episode in April. He is the author of both volumes of Turner Classic Movies' The Essentials: 52 Must-See Movies and Why They Matter. In the interview, we discuss what makes a film essential along with the many ingredients. Brandon and Eric also ask Jeremy's opinions …
 
In this episode, we chat with Chris Rowe, a returning guest who originally appeared in Episode 12. We begin by catching up with him on his life and his work situation through Covid. After that, we talk about the potential of an archaeology trade school while also discussing the CRM and academic divide. Chris and the cohosts delve deeply into the cu…
 
A follow-up and expansion to episode 99, People of Size, Anna and Amber explore other categories of largeness and how they’re represented in the archaeological record. We discuss fat bodies that are coded male, the strength and bulk of sumo wrestlers, and cultural and historical shifts in the aesthetic of the male body. Links Professor Chris Forth …
 
We recently had the opportunity to visit Chichen Itza in Yucatán, Mexico. It was an incredible experience, but, being archaeologists, we of course came away with more questions than were answered! In this episode we give a brief overview Mayan civilization, including Chichen Itza, and then talk about our experience on an incredibly touristy tour! T…
 
In this episode, we chat with public archaeologists, Erin Haycock! We virtually sit down and chat about her research interests, venture into her Masters program in Utah, and what we can do to utilize and bring awareness to public and community archaeology. Recorded: 03/15/2021 Links http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS4I6_qDgnsDFbehcnkCYiQ/videos Uta…
 
Karly Rowe, Vice President of Patient Access, Identity & Care Management Product for Experian Health that works with more than 3,200 hospitals and 10,000 other healthcare organizations representing 500,000 plus providers to provide data-driven solutions that support revenue cycle management, identity management, patient engagement and care manageme…
 
It’s Wrestlemania week! Edge may be in the Main Event this weekend, but he’s in an even more prestigious spot, as the subject of this month’s Guilty Pleasures! We watched 2020’s Money Plane. Where does it rank on Edge’s list of accomplishments? And what the hell is Kelsey Grammer doing here? Let’s get into it! Guests – Dr. John Bowser, Aaron Randol…
 
Is it necessary or beneficial to get a phD? A masters degree is often required to advance your career in CRM, but is it necessary to go all the way to a PhD? On this episode, the crew discusses PhD programs for CRM professionals; their shortcomings, as well as the beneficial skills that can be learned. Join Masters Heather and Stephen as they discu…
 
Pioneer in medicine, Dr. Marco Ferrucci, one of the first to use this FDA cleared SoftWave Therapy in his Hoboken & Cedar Grove practices plus Staten Island location joins eHealth Radio and the Chiropractic, Health News and Pain Management Channels. Dr. Marco is a chiropractor as well, and partner in Regenerate SoftWave Therapy. Listen to interview…
 
Jesse David Fox, Senior Editor of Vulture and host of Good One podcast was kind enough to take some time to talk to Larry about the curse of needing to be correct, comedy “booms,” and the phenomenon that is people’s relationship with Saturday Night Live. FEATURING: Larry Smith (@poundsmith2) Don’t forget to follow/reach us at: Website: www.nprillin…
 
This month’s episode focuses on the creatures of the Assassin's Creed franchise. Unlike our previous video game episodes, where we reconstruct the morphology of fantasy creatures, we will explore the depiction of extant and extinct fauna in the historical reconstructions which form the basis of this video game franchise. Links Assasins Creed Fandom…
 
Plutopian discussion with visionary culture hacker Jean M. Russell, focusing on thrivability, healthcare, twisting language for political gains, social media, and much more. Jean engages in a social ecosystem design, culture hacking, and facilitation as a visionary but also a pragmatist. She acted as project lead for the Holo ICO, which raised 30,0…
 
In this episode, we are chatting with Dr. Jesse Tune, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Fort Lewis College. Now, this isn’t the first time Dr. Tune has been a guest on the Podcast, he first joined us on Episode 37 with Dr. Shane Miller where we talked about some recent updates on the Cerutti Mastodon Site. For this episode, J…
 
Recently, Anna and Amber sat down with Rachel Watkins, a biological anthropologist and scholar-activist whose research centers on social and biological histories of Black Americans in the 19th and 20th centuries. Learn about the social history of biological anthropology, the exemplary case studies with which Dr. Watkins has worked, why you shouldn'…
 
Dr. Nitin Desai, an Internal Medicine Physician practicing in North Carolina for over 24 years and the Chief Medical Officer of COVID PreCheck, a digital health passport related to COVID-19 joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel. Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Nitin Desai discuss the following: Now that multiple …
 
Join the Front Row Network as we give another Full Disclosure, this time on the Earth-shattering Godzilla vs Kong. Cinema’s kings of kaiju come back to the big screen five decades after their first encounter to see who the true king of the monsters is. The Full Disclosures team gives a brief historical run down of everyone’s favorite monsters, as w…
 
One. Hundred. Episodes! Thrilled… Honored… Grateful… So many words can be used to describe our feeling as we release our 100th episode. It’s such a special treat that we were able to speak about one of our favorite movies with three men who brought it to the screen. We invite back to the podcast, Kevin Lima, who not only directed A Goofy Movie but …
 
Grace Ventura, Founder of Grace’s Goodness Organics, a plant-based sipping broth brand helping people achieve greater wellness and vitality joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Nutrition Channels. Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Grace Ventura discuss the following: What is the number one thing your experience as a tenur…
 
Anna and Amber bring you some bonus April foolery in the form of spooky cursed objects and haunted places. What's up with the Victorians and their creepy parlor displays? Can physics explain a haunted statue? Who asked Alexander Graham Bell about any of this? Apologies if the sound quality is different for this one, friends--Anna's laptop might've …
 
Risk Management is something you don't hear a lot about in smaller CRM firms. However, no matter the size, all companies should manage and record hazards and trend on incidents. Dr. Bill White of the CRM Archaeology Podcast and the University of California at Berkeley joins us to talk about his paper on risk management, just published in the March …
 
In this episode of the podcast, Scoop and Jon talk to author Carol Flake Chapman about politics, the religious right, Covid-19, grieving, and poetry. Carol is a distinguished journalist and editor. She was a founding editor of Vanity Fair, horse racing correspondent for The New Yorker, rock critic for The Village Voice, and Texas stringer for US Ne…
 
Amber and Anna discuss some of the different rituals, ceremonies, and traditions associated with coming of age in cultures around the world and throughout time. From tossing baby teeth up to the roof to tying a vine to your ankles and jumping off a wooden tower, it's all fascinating. Links Young People's Conceptions of the Transition to Adulthood (…
 
In this episode, David, Connor, and Carlton each take a segment to talk about a topic in the past that interests them. David takes the first segment to discuss Alexander The Great and explains his greatness. Connor talks about some of Genghis Khan's policies and his brilliance (although he was still a very bad person). Carlton nerds out about WWII-…
 
Krissy Regan, The Wellness Poet and Founder of Mindful Mums Queensland, an author, speaker and Wellness Coach based in Townsville, Queensland, Australia again joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Health & Wellness Channels. Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Krissy Regan discuss the following: What is a Self-Sacrificing Pe…
 
In this week’s archaeology news, we discuss three articles that captured our attention! The first is all about the ancient Dahka fabric, how it was produced, and how that knowledge has been lost to time. The second is an article about a Bohemian grave in the Czech Republic with unique grave goods. And the final story is about an ancient bone tool f…
 
We're a year into the pandemic and we've all found creative ways to share our movie experiences. Three of our Front Row contributors have found a way to stay connected and share movies they love. Join Craig, Anna and Brandon as they recount the past year of long-distance movie viewing each Friday night. You'll find movies of almost every genre repr…
 
Dr. Don Liponi joins the Rock Art podcast again to talk about his ongoing work and publications regarding La Rumarosa rock art and the Kumeyaay people. His publications are bringing light to this fantastic rock art and the people that created it, and, is helping the Kumeyaay people directly. Links California Rock Art Foundation http://www.larumoros…
 
In this episode, we give a big welcome to our new Project Assistant, Izzie, and discuss the new Netflix movie, The Dig! Just a warning this episode contains spoilers for The Dig. Tune in as we introduce Izzie, initial reactions/thoughts of The Dig, and chats on the accuracy of the film in contrast with the actual site and archaeology! Recorded: 03/…
 
We start the episode by addressing the recent horrific violence against Asian-Americans in Atlanta in March of 2021. What does violence against Asian-Americans mean for archaeology and how will we respond? Next we discuss Dr. Bill White's recent paper in SAA Advances about risk management in archaeology. Links Applying Risk Management Concepts from…
 
The long arm of the prehistoric past reaches through the millennia to grab our attention, and, in this episode, to grab us by the throat. Yes, we’re talking folk horror in this episode, and trying not to shiver as we discuss how the past intrudes in uncanny ways on the present in films, plays and books. We have a full cast of characters in this spi…
 
Today's epsiode is all about mutual aid, anarchism and archaeology. I sat down recently with Aris Politopolis and Colleen Morgan, both of whom are members of The Black Trowel Collective. We discuss what the BTC does and in particular the function of its microgrants, which provide $5-$300 in grants to students of archaeology, with no questions asked…
 
Dr. Jason Loth, D.C., the Co-founder of SpineAlign, a mattress and pillow company dedicated to helping people achieve restorative sleep joins eHealth Radio and the Sleep Health and Health News Channels. He also owns and practices in a multidisciplinary wellness center in Mesa, Arizona, where he treats patients on a regular basis with joint, muscle …
 
Ruth Glendinning and Kent Dahlgren discuss The Anti-Fragile Playbook and the power of soft capital. The Playbook outlines strategies for underserved people and communities to start an economic and social revival. Ruth: What we’ve been talking about, and this is a big thing in Austin and everywhere, is affordability vs. ability to afford. Those on t…
 
In this episode, we are chatting with Dr. Gino Caspari, a Postdoc in Archaeology at the University of Sydney and the University College London. Dr. Caspari also runs a very popular archaeology Instagram account @ginocaspari that currently has over 123K followers and we discuss the importance of science communication and his experiences on Instagram…
 
Amber and Anna examine how different ancient cultures viewed children and childhood. We’ll also discuss how the archaeological interpretation of the lives of children in the ancient past has shifted as we’ve gained more and more evidence. Links Children Are Not Small Adults: Significance of Biological and Cognitive Development in Medical Practice (…
 
This week in archaeology news we discuss three archaeology stories int he news. First up is an ancient hazelnut shell found in Scotland that has been radiocarbon dated to more than 10,000 years ago. Second, we discuss the growing evidence for Neandertal, Denisovan and early Homo Sapien collaborations and sharing of ideas that contributed to an expl…
 
Dr. John Mesa, a Harvard-trained, triple fellowship-trained plastic surgeon who is known for his extraordinary surgical techniques and stunning results joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel. Dr. Mesa's specialty is cosmetic plastic surgery for the face, neck, breasts, and body and specializes in Buccal Fat removal. Most of…
 
Archaeology and Ale is a monthly series of talks presented by Archaeology in the City, part of the University of Sheffield Archaeology Department’s outreach programme. This month we are proud to host David Templeman speaking on "An Exploration of Sheffield's Ancient Village Suburbs with David Templeman". This talk took place on Thursday, February 2…
 
Join us on our Oscar Spotlight- Full Disclosure breakdown of the critically acclaimed Nomadland. This movie has been on a tear during the movie award season, winning loads of awards with its minimalist approach. While this movie has been a critical darling, it has been divisive amongst the Front Row Network hosts. Give this episode a listen and see…
 
Anyone working in archaeology has used some form of sampling strategy during the course of their work, whether they knew it or not. Most professions do something like this. Are we doing it right? Too much? Too little? Dr. Ted Banning recently published a paper in American Antiquity discussing the current state of sampling in the fied. Links America…
 
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