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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
 
Listen to sermons from GracePointe's pastors and guests. GracePointe exists to reflect God’s glory, point our community to His grace, and make disciples of Jesus. We'd love to have you join us in person! We meet every Sunday at 10am inside Greenwood Christian Academy, 5251 John Tyler Highway, Suite 37 Williamsburg, VA 23185. For more information visit us online: gracepointeva.com
 
Rationally Speaking is the bi-weekly podcast of New York City Skeptics. Join host Julia Galef and guests as they explore the borderlands between reason and nonsense, likely from unlikely, and science from pseudoscience. Any topic is fair game as long as we can bring reason to bear upon it, with both a skeptical eye and a good dose of humor! We agree with the Marquis de Condorcet, who said that in an open society we ought to devote ourselves to "the tracking down of prejudices in the hiding p ...
 
Ready to grow your wealth through smarter investing decisions? With The Meb Faber Show, bestselling author, entrepreneur, and investment fund manager, Meb Faber, brings you insights on today’s markets and the art of investing. Featuring some of the top investment professionals in the world as his guests, Meb will help you interpret global equity, bond, and commodity markets just like the pros. Whether it’s smart beta, trend following, value investing, or any other timely market topic, each w ...
 
삶과 인간에 대해 깊이 생각하게 만드는 영상들을 전합니다. 전세계에 걸친 TED 컨퍼런스와 TEDx 이벤트와 제휴 이벤트 무대에서 비즈니스 리더, 심리학자, 연구가들이 그들의 아이디어를 나눕니다. 이 외에도 많은 비디오가 영어 스크립트와 최대 80개의 언어로 제공되는 자막을 붙여 TED.com에서 무료로 다운로드할 수 있습니다. TED는 확산가치가 있는 아이디어들을 추구하는 비영리조직입니다.
 
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Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast with Dakich discussing his comments he made on radio after his friend Bobby “Slick” Leonard passed and Arizona hiring Tommy Lloyd. Then the guys talk to new Texas head coach Chris Beard about roster construction in the age of the transfer portal, putting together his staff, the plan for his first 10…
 
Niqui McCown disappeared just weeks before her wedding, leaving behind a daughter and a fiance, Robert "Bobby" Webster. Days after McCown's disappearance, he canceled the wedding and tried to return his wedding band - leading him to be the main suspect. But after years dead ends, the case hits a major break. Then we cover the love triangle of "Talh…
 
I sat down with Lorna Ferguson who is a Ph.D. Student in the Sociology department at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, is the Founder of the Missing Persons Research Hub, and is the Book Review Editor for Police Practice and Research: An International Journal. Lorna has a broad interest in policing research and developing evidence-based ap…
 
In episode 302, we welcome back our guest, Lisa Rich, managing partner of Hemisphere Ventures and founder and COO of Xplore. In today’s episode, we’re chatting about the space sector, which has been absolutely on fire. Lisa updates us on what’s happened in the space sector since we last spoke. She covers the impact of both SPAC’s and Ark Invest’s n…
 
In episode 301, we welcome our guest, Dr. Daniel Crosby, Chief Behavioral Officer at Orion Advisor Solutions, where he helps organizations understand the intersection of psychology and the market. In today’s episode, we start by hearing what the 2020 bear market and pandemic looked like from a clinical psychologist’s perspective. Daniel touches on …
 
How much do Uber and Lyft drivers really earn, after expenses? Are they getting a raw deal by being classified as 'independent contractors' instead of employees? I explore the debate over these questions with three guests: Louis Hyman (Cornell), Veena Dubal (UC Hastings College of the Law), and Harry Campbell (The Rideshare Guy).…
 
A quick update on the podcast re-brand and how you can support me on Patreon! Season 2 on Kris Fowler coming spring 2021. Thanks for listening! Support me on Patreon here. DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are that of the creator and do not necessarily reflect that of any of the guests on this show. Assumptions or comment…
 
Episode No. 492 features curators Allison Glenn and Jeffrey Richmond-Moll. Glenn is the curator of "Promise, Witness, Remembrance," at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville. The exhibition reflects on the life of Breonna Taylor, an emergency medical technician who was killed by Louisville police, and the subsequent year of protests and remembrance. Th…
 
36-year-old Joshua Lee Webb was living at his parents house, until his mental health deteriorated and he fell into a state of psychosis. He then decapitated his mother, bringing her severed head into a grocery store. We then cover the story of Greg Fleniken. He was found dead alone in his hotel room, seemingly from a heart attack. It wasn't until t…
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast applauding the NCAA and the state of Indiana for pulling off an exciting tournament in the middle of a pandemic. Then the guys discuss Baylor’s domination of Gonzaga in the national championship, knowing Gonzaga had a problem from the first possession, Baylor doing whatever it wanted on offense, Dav…
 
In episode 300, we welcome our guest, Geoffrey Batt, managing partner and founder of the Euphrates Advisors, where he invests in Iraqi equities. In today's episode, we're covering Geoffrey's best idea: investing in the Iraqi stock market. Geoffrey begins by telling us how learning about Daniel Cloud’s post-Soviet Union Russia fund led him to look a…
 
In episode 299, we welcome our guest, Sundeep Ahuja, a three-time founder-turned-investor, who's currently a General Partner at Duro Ventures, Climate Capital, and DVC. In today’s episode, we start by hearing about Sundeep’s entrepreneurial journey, then dipping his toe in angel investing by making his first investment into Goodreads. Then he share…
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Gonzaga’s last second overtime win over UCLA, Jalen Suggs’ shot, the Bruins playing nearly a perfect game, Drew Timme taking a charge at the end of the game, Baylor playing its best basketball against Houston, if Davion Mitchell played himself into the lottery, if fatigue will be a factor…
 
Episode No. 491 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a holiday weekend clips episode featuring artist Torkwase Dyson. Dyson is included in “Climate Changing: On Artists, Institutions, and the Social Environment” at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio through May 9. The exhibition looks at how artists engage with social issues and how the…
 
Richard Rogers (The Last Call Killer) is an American serial killer and nurse who targeted gay men in NYC, dismembering his victims and discarding their body parts around New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York. Then we dive into the murder of Emma Walker. She was safe asleep in her bed - until two bullets were shot from outside her house, killing her…
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich are nearing the end of the college basketball season and are here to preview the Final Four. They discuss Gonzaga’s defense being better than advertised, Houston's offensive rebounding, Davion Mitchell being the most exciting player left in the tournament, the unlikelihood of UCLA’s run and how the Bulldogs stack up ag…
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast talking to new Indiana head coach Mike Woodson about the reception to his hiring in Bloomington, meeting with the players still on the team, recruiting in the NBA, getting used to a different style of play in the college game and if Larry Brown will join his staff.…
 
In episode 298, we welcome our guest, Boris Wertz, the founding partner of Version One, an early-stage venture capital firm focused on backing mission-driven founders. In today’s episode, we’re talking all things marketplaces. Boris’ knowledge of marketplaces is unrivaled. He started one of the first marketplaces in the late 1990’s and recently rel…
 
In episode 297, we welcome our guest, Tim Ranzetta, co-founder of Next Gen Personal Finance, a non-profit organization working to increase access to financial education by providing its curriculum and professional development at no cost to schools. In today’s episode, we start the episode with the current state of K-12 personal finance education in…
 
Episode No. 490 features curators Nicole R. Myers and Julie McGee. With Katherine Rothkopf, Nicole R. Myers is the co-curator of "Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris" at the Dallas Museum of Art. Across more than 40 paintings, the exhibition explores how Gris brought color to cubism in still-life painting of striking vivacity. It is on vi…
 
PART 2 of our two part episode on David Russell Williams. He was a “shining star” in the Canadian Military, a model officer with 23 years of service...unfortunately Williams had a vile secret which would end up ruining the lives of everyone he met. Then we cover the murder of Sherri Rasmussen, who was shot three times in her own home. The case was …
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich preview the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, discussing how offensive rebounding could be the deciding factor in Oral Roberts-Arkansas, Baylor’s ability to turn teams over, Oregon State changing defenses, if Houston will try to prevent Buddy Boeheim from catching the ball, how Oregon can deal with USC’s length, if Crei…
 
In episode 296, we welcome our guest, Jason Hsu, founder and chairman of Rayliant Global Advisors. In today’s episode, we get an update from Jason on the Chinese stock market and hear how it differs from the U.S. Then we talk about his new ETF, which gives investors a way to allocate to China A-Shares. He explains why the A-Shares are a great place…
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich recap the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, discussing if Iowa was ever good enough, Creighton bouncing back, not giving USC enough credit throughout the season, if Alabama is the most dangerous team in the tournament, the fighting Leonard Hamiltons, Syracuse’s improved defense, Loyola Chicago shutting down Ayo Dos…
 
July visits Gotham City and with the help of Batman finds a special Twin Peaks podcast all about the movie Roadhouse that may help him return home. Credits: Batman: Jeremy Schmidt July: July Diaz TwinGeek Podcast Host: Claudio Saavedra TwinGeek Podcast Guest: Ivan Ngo TwinGeek Podcast Producer: July Diaz…
 
In episode 295, we welcome our guest, Jacob Rubin, founder and Managing Member at Philosophy Capital Management, which focuses on value and distressed credit. In today’s episode, we start by discussing Jacob’s windy road to end up where he is today, including a stint under Jerome Simon at Lonestar Capital Management. Then we dive into his investmen…
 
Is there any justification for seemingly unjust laws like "qualified immunity," which allows cops to get away with bad behavior? William Baude, a leading scholar of constitutional law, explores how these laws came to be and why they're so hard to change. Also, Baude makes the case for originalism, the view that judges should base their rulings on t…
 
Episode No. 489 features art historians Debra Bricker Balken and Celeste Brusati. Balken is the author of "Arthur Dove: A Catalogue Raisonne of Paintings and Things," a thorough presentation that includes Dove's assemblages. Jessie Sentivan contributed to the book. It contains 537 illustrations, almost all of them in color, of each work Balken was …
 
With 17-year old Tyler Hadley's parents "out of town" he was all too excited to throw a house party in the summer of 2011. But as people drank into the late hours of the night, Tyler's behavior was alarming and his actions even more shocking. Then we go into PART 1 of our two part episode on David Russell Williams. He was a “shining star” in the Ca…
 
In episode 294, we welcome our guest, Dan Rasmussen, founder of Verdad Advisers, a global investment firm that provides a public market alternative to private equity. In today’s episode, we start with an update on Dan’s private equity replication thesis and hear about the rise of private credit in the past few years. Then we dive into his recent pa…
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing the coaching carousel and Dan delivering his definitive take on Indiana firing Archie Miller. Then, the guys take a second look at the bracket and talk about if a shorthanded Kansas can hang, LSU’s potential, Michigan without Isaiah Livers, locking up Georgetown over Colorado, James Boukn…
 
Greenberg and Dakich discuss the South region of the NCAA Tournament, including if they have any concerns with Baylor, Wisconsin-UNC is one of the most interesting first round games, Why they won’t pick against Villanova in the first round, North Texas being an elite defensive team and their thoughts on Virginia Tech.…
 
Greenberg and Dakich discuss the Midwest region of the NCAA Tournament, including The Ramblin’ Trophy, if Oregon State can keep up its lights out shooting, Jim Boeheim feeling red hot, Kelvin Sampson coaching in Assembly Hall and Illinois playing the best basketball in the country right now.Por ESPN, Seth Greenberg, Dan Dakich
 
Episode No. 488 features artist Alex Bradley Cohen and curator Ann Dumas. The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University has recently acquired Alex Bradley Cohen's 2015 For a More Just Future. Cohen's paintings of people and places are often blendings of his personal relationships with art history. His work has been exhibited in "State of the Art 2020…
 
Genevieve Tetpon was found stabbed, stuffed in a sleeping bag on the side of the road. With little evidence and no suspects, the case turns cold. But a rookie cop makes finding Genevieve's killer his first priority... and what he discovers is startling. Then we cover the case of Nicholas Barclay. He went missing at 13, but emerges years later. He l…
 
In episode 293, we welcome our guest, Ted Seides, host of the Capital Allocators podcast and author of Capital Allocators: How the world's elite money managers lead and invest. In today’s episode, we go all the way back to Ted’s early days working under the great David Swensen at Yale to hear what makes him one of the most respected Chief Investmen…
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing championship week, the Big Ten tournament, the biggest opening round game in the ACC tournament and Virginia snapping up the regular season title from Florida State. Then, Joe Lunardi hops on to talk about his new book “Bracketology: March Madness, College Basketball, and the Creation of …
 
In episode 292, we welcome our guest, Tom Barton, famed-short seller and founder and President of White Rock Capital. In today’s episode, we start with taking a look back at one of Tom’s tweets from September, which said that GameStop was a misunderstood short, and hear why he thought so back then. We also touch on the differences between shorting …
 
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