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23 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Episode 6: From Why’s to Wise: Comedian and Author Aidan Park and The Art of Being YAY
Comedian and author Aidan Park has faced more challenges than a single lifetime should contain — and yet he’s both survived and thrived thanks to a deep dive into the world of self-help and cognitive behavior. Now, he shares his hard-won wisdom in his new book, The Art of Being YAY! to help you find your own authentic joy. But, as always, there's so much more to the story...
20 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
Episode 5: Actor and Chef Andre Boyer's Secret Ingredient
Andre Boyer is an actor, producer and chef. You can watch his culinary skills at work for Tastemade's "Make This Tonight". Where he teaches viewers how to make amazing meals in 30 minutes. His on-screen credits include The Big Bang Theory, Good Girls, and The Morning Show and he wrote and directed the digital series My "So Called" Co Star Life. To learn more about Andre Boyer, visit AndreRBoyer.com,
23 minutes | Sep 24, 2020
Episode 4: Author Gina Loveless Writes for 9-year-olds and 49-year-olds
Author Gina Loveless writes for MensHealth.com and is a researcher & fact/checker for Men's Health and Women's Health magazines. But she's also written the book series Diary of a 5th Grade Outlaw and her humorous health and wellness book, Puberty Is Gross, But Also Really Awesome, comes out in 2021. In this wide-ranging conversation about the writing life, we cover everything from navigating the vicissitudes of the biz as well as maintaining one's mental health. Learn more about Gina Loveless at LovelessWriting.com.
32 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
Episode 3: Erika De La Cruz
Erika De La Cruz, is a Mini-Mega Boss: Best Selling Author of Passionistas & Founder of Passion to Paycheck, lifestyle conference & community. The California State Senate has named her “The Millennial to Watch” and she has shared her journey as a first generation Mexican American and Survivor of the 2009 American Economy Crash with publications like Forbes,Today, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur and Vogue. Erika Lost everything in the economic crash of 2009. Her family’s items were confiscated & re-sold at swap meets across California. At the same time, her mother chose voluntary homelessness & Erika was left with no choice but to figure out how to get to college and build a life that would allow her to help her family. A lot of the country is experiencing similar circumstances as COVID-19 regulations are being carefully navigated and Erika is helping to mentor thousands through doubt and uncertainty. erikadelacruz.com passiontopaycheck.com https://dreamlifelosangeles.com/ Course: passiontopaycheck.vip Book: https://amzn.to/3h5gYbY Produced by Takeshi Lewis.Music: Magic Scout Cottages by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4672-magic-scout-cottagesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
23 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
Episode 2: Game Changer! Board game creator Jim Moran.
In this heated election year, many people are asking just how the Electoral College works. And let's face it -- navigating through the rules can be quite a task. Is there a simple way to explain it? Jim Moran, founder and CEO of Semper Smart Games has the answer with its game Election Night. The multiple award-winning board game is just the start of Moran’s mission to educate through gaming — and he teaches host Daedalus Howell something along the way. Produced by Takeshi Lewis.Music: Magic Scout Cottages by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4672-magic-scout-cottagesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
18 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
Episode 1: Dance, Dance Revolution: Lincoln Jones of Los Angeles' American Contemporary Ballet
By any sane ballet world measure, there is no way that Lincoln Jones of Los Angeles' American Contemporary Ballet should now be the artistic director of what the nation's largest classical radio station called "one of America's most exciting and adventurous ballet companies." But he is and he tells The Bleed how he did it. Jones was already catastrophically late to ballet when he fell in love with it at age 20 and quickly became convinced that to survive, one of our oldest and most traditional classical art forms needed to be dismantled. He moved to NYC, where someone told him it was easy to start a ballet company; it turned out they meant it was easy to incorporate a ballet company. Not surprisingly, he failed. He started again Los Angeles, a town with no real ballet audience, but talked his way into classical music circles, where he believed he'd find one. With just two dancers in a warehouse, he proceeded to address everything he thought was wrong with the art (a not insubstantial list). In the space of a few years, ACB had 21 dancers, a year-round season of 65 performances (before coronavirus shut down live events), and an audience demographic envied for its youth. During quarantine, Jones has launched two new projects, ACB TV and Outsiders, that bring the company’s iconic content and approach to audiences in L.A. and around the globe. Both provide free, unique and vital ways to engage with the arts for dance audiences, the culturally curious, and dancers themselves. I've included more info on both in the attached document, and you will find local and national press on ACB here. Produced by Takeshi Lewis.Music: Magic Scout Cottages by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4672-magic-scout-cottagesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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