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Golden Age Gurus

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Golden Age Gurus

Baba John

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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/goldenagegurus/subscribe Welcome to "Golden Age Gurus", a place for regenerative entrepreneurs to discuss ancient future solutions for healing ourselves and the planet. From quantum healing to space wizards, one episode could get you on path. - Ire Baba Disclaimer All information contained on the website is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. In addition, none of the statements should be construed to confer medical or fina ...
 
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The Golden Age of Orthodontics

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The Golden Age of Orthodontics

Dr. Leon Klempner & Amy Epstein

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Are you an Orthodontist wondering how to grow your practice in this fast-paced, competitive marketplace that seems to be changing every day? The Golden Age of Orthodontics, formerly The Survival Guide for Orthodontists podcast, is dedicated to making you the authority in orthodontics to prospective new patients in your community. Dr. Leon Klempner and Amy Epstein, co-founders of People & Practice, know the business of orthodontics. They bring you insights, tips and guest interviews focused o ...
 
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The Golden Age

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The Golden Age

Vox Duo

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Have we ever had it so good? Not if you ask Adam and Joe, the vainglorious Vox Duo — and they intend to prove it by spotlighting the best of today’s movies, comics, and more! Join them in their Scrooge McDuck-like dive into a glittering hoard of entertainment options.
 
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WTF, Golden Age?

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WTF, Golden Age?

Pulp Diction Productions

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Join Joshua Unruh, professional storyteller and superhero scholar, as he takes a trip back in time to the magical dawn of superheroes to discover just how bizarre and, frankly, off putting the earliest days of superhero comics could be. Every episode, $#!+ will get weird in a way that will leave you wondering WTF, Golden Age?
 
A new series from Monocle 24 chronicling and celebrating all that was good about commercial-airline travel in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. We’ll hear about technological developments and engineering innovators, meet the fearless individuals in boardrooms and cockpits who defined a new era of travel, learn about the storied brands that embodied the essence of the golden age and talk with the marketers that sold the world a dream.
 
New spins on old classics: We are living in a new Golden Age of audio content, so it's time to combine the old with the new. We listen to a Radio Show from the 30's - 60's and make a modern version of our own. So this podcast has historical elements, mixed with comedy improv! Great content for everyone to enjoy! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/richard-templeman/support
 
SmorgShow Theater is a collection of classic, old-time radio dramas from the golden age of radio. Sit back and relax, turn off your lights and let us transport you to a world where your imagination takes over. If you have a favorite radio show that you would like to hear us present, email us at feedback@smorgshowpodcast.com. Check out the SmorgShow Podcast for more of our creative antics.
 
If you've loved and cherished The Wind in The Willows, you'll be delighted to read The Golden Age. In this book of reminiscences by Kenneth Grahame, the much loved creator of Winnie The Pooh, readers are granted an insight into the writer's childhood. The opening lines of the Prologue provide a poignant reminder of Grahame's childhood. When he was just five, his mother died in childbirth and his father who had a long standing problem with alcoholism consigned his four children, including the ...
 
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On this episode we welcome back Trey Lawrence, as our special guest. Trey is the VP and general council for the AAO and he leads the organization's advocacy and legal teams. Trey is passionate about the legal, ethical, and regulatory issues around teledentistry and other emerging technologies that will impact the future of dentistry and orthodontic…
 
Download the episode We commemorate National Hispanic Heritage Month with a look at the achievements & influence of the Hispanic and Latino community throughout Hollywood history. Brandon is thrilled to welcome author, Luis Reyes to the podcast to discuss his latest book, “Viva Hollywood: The Legacy of Latin and Hispanic Artists in American Film”. …
 
The Caliph al-Mahdi and Patriarch Timothy I had a famous debate at the height of the Abbasid Caliphate about the differences between Christianity and Islam, over a thousand years ago. It stands as one of the greatest examples of mutual understanding and respect between the two faiths.โดย David DiMeo
 
Ferananda Ibarra is a visionary with a background in collective intelligence, organizational architecture, and entrepreneurship. Her focus is on integral design and the development of new systems of economics, culture and governance that intrinsically incentivize life-enhancing behaviors at all levels of agency. She co-founded The Metacurrency Proj…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics celebrates the history of rock’n’roll in the movies with author, Fred Goodman. Goodman has penned a fantastic new book dedicated to the marriage of cinema and rock. “Rock on Film: The Movies That Rocked the Big Screen” highlights the origins of rock on film all the way up to the present day. The book highligh…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics is happy to welcome Joel Gunz this week! Joel is the president and host of HitchCon ’22, an online conference celebrating the legacy and ongoing relevance of the films of Alfred Hitchcock. Brandon and Joel discuss the conference’s origins and what can be expected this year. It’s sure to be a great experience …
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics salutes the timeless talents of Buster Keaton. We’re taking a look at 1926’s comedy/action masterpiece, The General. Convince Me’s Larry Smith joins Brandon and Eric to discuss all of the legendary moments from this silent classic. The hosts discuss the daring stunts and breathtaking cinematography that stand…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics is thrilled to welcome back author & historian, Jeremy Arnold. Jeremy and Brandon discuss the art of preparing audio commentaries for blu-ray releases of classic films. They also take time to highlight two films in which Jeremy has provided commentary. The first film discussed is Sudden Fear from 1952 starrin…
 
One of the first Christian writers to write about Islam was the Orthodox monk, St. John of Damascus. Writing from the center of the Umayyad Caliphate, he offered harsh warnings about Islam in his book of heresies. It was the first of many attempts of Christian Europe to deal with the coming of Islam, but John is still quoted today as an authority.…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics returns to the world of screwball comedy with the 1972 hit, What’s Up Doc? Beyond the Mouse’s, Brett Rutherford joins Brandon and Eric to discuss Peter Bogdonavich’s ode to classic comedies of the thirties and forties. The hosts discuss the standout performances of Barbra Streisand, Ryan O’Neal and Madeline K…
 
On today’s episode of The Golden Age of Orthodontics, we are joined by Wes Lyon, President and CEO of the newly rebranded McGill and Lyon Dental Advisors. They provide specialized tax business and financial planning exclusively to Orthodontists and dental specialists. Wes is a CPA and certified financial planner, tune in as he offers objective advi…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics takes a step into the world of Film Noir and melodrama this week with the 1945 potboiler, Mildred Pierce. Brandon and Eric are thrilled to welcome back ,author and film historian, Sloan De Forest to the podcast this week. Sloan considers Mildred Pierce to be among her top ten favorites films and brings excell…
 
On today’s episode of the Golden Age of Orthodontics, Dr. Sky Naslenas joins Amy and Dr. Leon to share her experience with using uLab Clear Aligners. Dr. Naslenas has years of experience not only in orthodontics in general, but delivering the treatment utilizing the most aesthetic (invisible) orthodontic braces. Tune in to hear more on how to provi…
 
On the eve of Islam, Arabia was a mixture of hundreds of competing tribal gods, monotheism, Christianity and Judaism. Sorting the history from the legends of this pre-Islamic past remains a challenging task.โดย David DiMeo
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics celebrates one of the most iconic films of the 1970s, Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The film marked Steven Spielberg’s only entry as both director and writer. Steve Sykes, from View From the Back Row, joins Brandon and Eric for this look at one of the most beloved entries in the sci-fi genre. The hosts …
 
Download the episode Brandon welcomes author & film historian, John DiLeo to Front Row Classics this week. John has recently written a new book called, “There Are No Small Parts: 100 Outstanding Film Performances with Screen Time of 10 Minutes or Less”. The book shines a spotlight on pivotal performances from gifted actors who make their mark with …
 
Download the episode We are thrilled to welcomes back George Stevens Jr. to Front Row Classics this week. George joins Brandon to discuss the release of his autobiography, “My Place in the Sun: Life in the Golden Age of Hollywood and Washington”. The book delves into his experiences growing up with a legendary film director father. He, then, forged…
 
Like any religion, Islam was shaped by the culture in which it emerged. The rules and values of the Bedouin - from the treatment of women to concepts of honor and leadership - would impact the Islamic society that grew out of Arabia. In this episode, we take a look at that culture to understand what Islam preserved and what it changed.…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics celebrates one of the greatest romantic comedies to ever come out of Hollywood, Roman Holiday. Jay Hoffman from Front Row Flashbacks joins us to discuss this gem from Hollywood’s Golden Age, directed by William Wyler. We discuss the astonishing American film debut of Audrey Hepburn, the generosity of Gregory …
 
On this episode of The Golden Age of Orthodontics, Dr. Leon and Amy are joined by Suzanne Wilson. Suzanne is a marketer with strengths in strategic planning, customer insights, and traditional and digital marketing tactics. Suzanne is Chief Operating Officer at Gaidge, a company that offers business and data-driven strategies to orthodontic practic…
 
“I liked you better as a rabbit, Charlie.” We wanted to share with you the episode of Beyond the Mouse that Brandon was on this week. “We are excited to dive into the 1971 live action film, Bedknobs and Broomsticks. It wouldn’t be right to talk about this classic film without inviting on Brandon Davis from Front Row Classics to give us a bit of cre…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics kicks off summer with a film that truly embodies the word, “iconic”. We celebrate James Dean’s signature performance in Rebel Without a Cause. Brandon and Eric welcome Beyond the Mouse’s Craig McFarland to discuss this 1955 classic directed by Nicholas Ray. The hosts pay tribute to the trailblazing performanc…
 
Oberon Zell is a modern Renaissance man. A transpersonal psychologist, metaphysician, naturalist, theologian, shaman, author, artist, sculptor, lecturer, teacher, and ordained Priest of the Earth-Mother, Gaia.Among the many projects he has undertaken in his lifetime, Oberon is one of the founders of the Church of All Worlds, is the first publisher …
 
Download the episode “Making the Best Years of Our Lives: The Hollywood Classic That Inspired a Nation” is available from University of Chicago Press wherever books are sold. Front Row Classics is pleased to welcome award-winning author, Alison Macor, to the podcast. Brandon and Front Row Flashbacks host, Jay Hoffman join Alison to discuss her newe…
 
On this episode of The Golden Age of Orthodontics, Dr. Leon and Amy are joined by Dr. Adam Schulhof. As CEO of Grin, Dr. Schulhof guides the Orthodontic vision and patient experience with his innovative orthodontic knowledge. Committing to continually refining and improving his techniques and knowledge is essential to his practice. Tune in to learn…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics kicks off June with a discussion of George Stevens’ Oscar-winning film, A Place in the Sun. Allison Means joins Brandon and Eric to discuss this well-made drama from 1951. They discuss the bold direction from Stevens as well as the Oscar-nominated performances from Montgomery Clift and Shelley Winters. The ho…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics shines the spotlight on one of a true landmark of cinema history. Bonnie & Clyde marked the beginning of a new era of moviemaking. Brandon and Eric discuss the many aspects of how this film ushered in the “silver age of cinema” from 1967-1976. The hosts also pay tribute to legendary performances from a cast i…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics is thrilled to bring you a special conversation with Mr. Michael Feinstein. Michael is a renowned pianist, singer and historian. He’s also the definitive Ambassador for the Great American Songbook. The interview includes discussion on his personal relationships with some of the greatest contributors to Twenti…
 
ReVesture is a new project born out of the Planet Positive NFT Hackathon by RefiDAO. The ReVesture crew has created a NFT (Non Fungible Token) Marketplace specializing in MetaVerse NFTs such as avatars and wearables you can use in virtual worlds. You can even mint the entire virtual worlds that you create! (think meeting spaces for your organizatio…
 
Today we are so glad to have Dr. Chris Riolo join us on The Survival Guide for Orthodontists. Dr. Riolo earned his DDS from the University of Michigan and his Specialty Certificate in Orthodontics at the University of Detroit Mercy. Maintaining a completely digital private practice consisting almost entirely of adult patients, Dr. Riolo publishes a…
 
Download the episode Christian Blauvelt returns to Front Row Classics to celebrate one of the greatest homefront films of World War II. Brandon and Christian discuss 1943’s The Human Comedy. The movie, based on an original screenplay by William Saroyan, was made at the peak of MGM’s powers during the days of the studio system. Mickey Rooney deliver…
 
Mike looks back at his discussion with cartoonist Barbara Brandon-Croft about her career, and that of her father, cartoonist Brumsic Brandon Jr., as the museum retrospective of their work that was cut short by Covid closures reopens at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum!
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics is happy to welcome Scott McGee! Scott is a senior director of Original Productions at Turner Classic Movies. He joins Brandon to discuss his newest book, “Danger on the Silver Screen: 50 Films Celebrating Cinema’s Greatest Stunts”. The book takes a look at the storied history of stunt work and the men & wome…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Lady Sings the Blues. Brandon and Eric are joined by Bea Bonner from NPR Illinois’ Community Voices. The hosts discuss Diana Ross’ Oscar nominated performance as the legendary Billie Holliday. The performances of Billy Dee Williams and Richard Pryor are also celebrated. …
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics is thrilled to welcome Turner Classic Movies’ host, Ben Mankiewicz. Ben has been an on-air host for the channel since 2003. Our interview covers his background in both film and politics. You’ll also learn about some of his most memorable interviews during his tenure with TCM. Brandon and Ben also have fun dis…
 
"We are heart driven leaders and a collective of global light workers who gather to activate the elements and provide you with the tools needed to set you on your authentic life path and purpose; to remind you that you are your own greatest healer. We’re inviting you to join us in activating the element of water. Water is the embodiment of emotions…
 
Download the episode Front Row Classics celebrates the 80th anniversary of one of a film that truly epitomizes the word, timeless. Lou Hare, from Guilty Pleasures, joins Brandon and Eric to break down a movie that remains as powerful and relevant as it was in 1942. The hosts discuss the iconic performances, scenes and dialogue that have made Casabl…
 
Dr. Pham is an entrepreneur and former aerospace engineer. He is also the co-founder of InBrace, a new way of teeth straightening. With a background as an engineer and startup entrepreneur, he decided to go to UCLA for his dental degree and eventually Dr. Pham developed InBrace to give patients a teeth straightening option that has little interfere…
 
Download the episode We’re thrilled to welcome author & historian, Sloan De Forest to Front Row Classics! Sloan’s most recent release is “The Essential Directors: The Art and Impact of Cinema’s Most Influential Filmmakers”. The book highlights fifty-six of the greatest directors from the silent through the modern era. Brandon and Sloan highlight se…
 
Get ready for a web3 waterboarding. Once again the matrix is having a baby. Mother Earth is giving birth, and the Dao explosion has begun. Dao stands for decentralized autonomous organizations. These are usually token ecosystems that allow you to create your own economy in the new and exciting "DEFI" space (decentralized finance). Now the common ma…
 
Download the episode Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Front Row Classics! We’re celebrating the 70th anniversary of John Ford’s love letter to Ireland, The Quiet Man. Erin McCabe from Front Row Flashbacks joins Brandon and Eric to break down this whimsical, romantic comedy/drama. The Quiet Man makes the most of its Irish locations with some of the most…
 
Reynolds grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. He has said that his father's habit of hoarding and reusing materials was an early inspiration for utilizing recycled items.[1] After graduating from the University of Cincinnati in 1969, Reynolds immediately began producing his provocative work. His thesis was published in Architectural Record in 1971 and …
 
Download the episode It’s Oscar season on Front Row Classics! We’re celebrating the Academy Awards with the Best Picture winner of 1935, Mutiny on the Bounty. Ryan Lootens, host of Front Row Flashbacks, joins Brandon and Eric to discuss this seafaring epic. The hosts discuss the legendary performances of Charles Laughton and Clark Gable as Captain …
 
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