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The Walk-In considers the reality of "making it" in the culinary industry. Chef Elle Simone Scott explores the unheard stories of the food world’s difference makers. What really happens between their first day and overnight success? A lot—but it's rarely discussed beyond a small circle of trusted friends. Unfiltered and unexpected, The Walk-In has the conversations you won’t hear anywhere else. A production of America’s Test Kitchen.
 
Welcome to The NEWSMakers podcast. You've read The NEWS; now it's time to listen. On the job, in the car, or at the end of the day, The NEWS’ podcast channel provides you with industry news and engaging interviews that keep you up-to-date, informed, and entertained. Each episode features movers and shakers of the industry interviewed by editors of The NEWS staff. Listen as industry individuals discuss and react to the latest HVAC headlines. Scroll down and click an episode to listen. It will ...
 
Are you ready to step into your power and become the leader of your industry? Wondering what it takes to do this? Welcome to Build Your Community Podcast, where we believe that building a tribe that supports you is the most important thing you can do to grow your business and your life. Whether you are building a community online or in person, we are going to show you exactly how to draw people in, make them feel seen and turn them into raving fans. Host, Katie Saffert, will be sharing her e ...
 
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Look HOOS back in town! This week on The JWILLY Show, the crew is LIVE at the Renewal on Main street. Ty, De’Andre, Devon and London catch up on a number of topics: The new Transfer Rules? The Latest on Trey Murphy. The new NCAA waivers. Would London have come back for year 5? How Devon Found out about his transfer and what he told De’Andre. What w…
 
Robin and Andréa McBride share their story with Elle. They talk about growing up in different parts of the world -- not knowing the other existed. After family members connected them, the sisters discovered they shared more than genetics -- they also shared a passion for wine. The McBride Sisters followed their dreams and founded largest black owne…
 
Karen Washington steps off her farm and into The Walk-In to talk with Elle about empowering Black Americans to take back power through farming, her work with community gardens in NYC, and the struggles of being a single mother. Learn more about Rise and Root Farm at riseandrootfarm.com. To support Karen's work with the Black Farmer Fund, visit blac…
 
Jimmy Miller Joins the podcast to talk about his time at UVA. Playing with Ralph Sampson, The Game of the Decade, the Chaminade game, Playing in Tokyo, Going to the Final Four after Sampson. The bus ride after Ralph’s last game in a Virginia Uniform. Doing Magic for 2 presidents. Covering the 2019 Championship. Mount Rushmore…and much more. What is…
 
In the season finale of Headroom, Jonathan sits down with iZotope CEO Mark Ethier to chat about machine learning and iZotope. Why is iZotope so focused on machine learning? Why does Mark want the machines to learn? Is his ultimate goal robot dominion over the world? Find out in this week’s episode, as we close out our machine-learning focused seaso…
 
Lucky Michaels, a trans rights activist and mixologist featured by the James Beard Foundation, talks to Elle about pay equity, meaningful activism, and mixology as a platform for advocacy. Elle and Lucky discuss the importance of building community, creating sustainable change, and raising the bar for trans rights and visibility. If you learned som…
 
This week Terry Kirby 2 sport star joins to show to talk UVA Football and UVA basketball. What was it like guarding JWILLY? Going from FB to Basketball? What is he up to now? Does Terry Watch UVA Football and Basketball? Make sure you tune in.על ידי Locker Room Access
 
Erin Rose Glass (@erinroseglass) is a digital researcher and educator focused on open source software, digital infrastructure, ed tech and ethics, and online community. Erin and Terry chat about her work on the Ethical Ed-Tech Wiki, the Student Syllabus Statement and more of her critical, ethical approach to technology in education.…
 
Last episode we learned about the legal implications of IP law and bias in big data. This week we're continuing this discussion with iZotope Research Engineer Andy Sarroff. Listen as he shares his thoughts on bias in audio data and its machine learning outputs.על ידי iZotope, Inc.
 
Bryant Terry, a food justice activist and James Beard Award-winning cookbook author, talks to Elle about food access, veganism, and everyday acts of resistance. They share the challenges and triumphs of publishing cookbooks, advocating for your vision, and creating space for marginalized voices in food. Visit Bryant's website at bryant-terry.com. F…
 
Just like people, data can be biased. In this episode of Headroom, Jonathan is joined by intellectual property and big-data lawyer Emily Tait. Listen as she breaks down the biggest challenges working with data, some of the potential consequences of bias in data sets, and how those reflect onto issues of equity and race.…
 
V Spehar, a long-time advocate for food justice and the LGBTQIA+ communities talks to Elle about starting a career in theater, taking on jobs in catering and hospitality and eventually becoming the Director of Impact & Women’s Programs at the James Beard Foundation, where up until recently they worked to increase the number of woman-identifying lea…
 
Jack Salt joins to talk about his plans for this season and small look back on his career. For more in-depth interview on Jack Salt, make sure you check out our previous podcast. Casey Morsell jumps on to talk about his off season workout, his expectations and what he’s seeing this year.על ידי Locker Room Access
 
Bryan Pardo leads fascinating research, investigating new possibilities that AI could unlock for creatives. This week on Headroom, learn how his research may reveal new ways for AI to shape the way music sounds and how we interact with audio tools, and hear how AI facilitates creativity for the general population.…
 
Mashama Bailey, executive chef and co-founder of The Grey in Savannah, Georgia, talks to Elle about cooking with intention, developing confidence in the kitchen, and balancing creative energy with business savvy. They share their experiences in social work, reminisce about the good old days, and discuss staying humble in the spotlight. Follow Masha…
 
Chris Havlicek joins us to discuss being the son of a NBA LEGEND. What it was like growing up a Boston Celtic and his relationship with the team. How he picked UVA and his struggles with playing time. Battles with Stith and Jwilly as well as his Olympic team and life after basketball. His mount Rushmore. Will Tony Bennett go to the NBA? You don’t w…
 
This week we have 2 special guests. Joe Harris of the Brooklyn Nets joins and talks about his big free agency. What it was like in the bubble, his time at UVA and much more. Justin McKoy also joins the show to give us an update on his off season and the progress made to date. Make sure you tune in live on facebook. If you want to watch Live. Just s…
 
You may know about blockchain tech from the land of cryptocurrency, but how does it affect music distribution? Could it impact issues around artist revenue and intellectual property? Are there creative applications too? On this episode of Headroom, George Howard and Nicole d’Avis of the Open Music Initiative at Berklee College of Music offer insigh…
 
Colleen Vincent and Clay Williams, founders of Black Food Folks, talk to Elle about visibility, community and opportunity for Black professionals in the food and drink industry. They discuss Black joy, the future of the Black food community, and creating crucial change through financial investments. Learn more about Black Food Folks at www.blackfoo…
 
Karen Costa (@karenraycosta) is a faculty development facilitator specializing in online pedagogy and trauma awareness in higher ed. We chat about some of the things she has learned in working with and supporting thousands of faculty from around the world. Karen also reveals what the 100th tip for creating great educational videos would have been w…
 
Food historian, author, and educator Dr. Jessica B Harris gives Elle advice only an Auntie can. They talk about growing up as an only child, the magic of HBCU's, and how the pandemic has changed Dr. Harris's perspective. You can learn more about Dr. Harris and her work at africooks.com or follow her on Instagram @drjessicabharris. For our first sea…
 
AI is everywhere—your phone, your home, and your plug-ins! This week on Headroom, listen as iZotope research engineer Shahan breaks down some of the basics of AI in software dev, along with insights into the challenges of working with AI, and a few new developments.על ידי Jonathan Wyner, Shahan Nercissian
 
Coach Orlando Vandross catches up with the guys on how he got to UVA, what it was like at Boston with Jason Williford. His thoughts on Virginia as a program before joining and also what was said after the Syracuse loss in the Elite 8? What was it like after the UMBC Loss and the Championship? Final Four weekend? Bringing back the Alumni and MUCH MU…
 
Omar Tate, creator of Honeysuckle, talks to Elle about his culinary journey -- from working in high end restaurants to producing pop-up dinner events that explore the narrative of the Black existence through food. Tate also shares his vision to build a food-based community center in Philadelphia. Visit Honeysuckle's website at honeysucklephl.com an…
 
This week, we get a LIVE update from the players vs coaches softball game from Coach Tony Bennett. Kadin Shedrick jumps on to give an update on his expectations on the season. Orlando Vandross jumps on to ask JWILLY about his coaching. What did he learn from Coach O? You don’t want to miss this action packed episode.…
 
Faris Wasim, former Manager and now Director of Basketball Operations at University of Portland Basketball joins to catch up on the NBA, the upcoming season. His path from manager to finding a job. What’s it like going from Tony Bennett to Terry Porter? Has he adopted the Trailblazers? We take a quick spin around the NBA. Chat now at: https://virgi…
 
Ray Roberts joins the Lockdown to talk about his time at UVA. Changing positions, Redshirting, playing with Terry Kirby, Matt Blundin, Shawn Moore… What was it like in the huddle with Barry Sanders? What does Ray think of the current UVA program? Thoughts on the progress under Bronco? Tune in to one of the all time UVA Greats. From Wiki: Richard Ra…
 
In this week's episode of Headroom, Jonathan Wyner speaks with Women's Audio Mission (WAM) founder Terri Winston, and WAM director of education Leah King. Listen as they unpack issues around gender equity in the world of music production, technology's role in perpetuating the status quo, and its potential to facilitate change.…
 
Elle checks in with Top Chef Junior season 1 runner-up Rahanna Bisseret Martínez about staging in kitchens around the country and being a young Black woman growing up in the culinary industry. Follow Rahanna on Instagram @rahanna.bisseret.martinez For our first season of The Walk-In, we want to hear your feedback. Tell us what you love and how we c…
 
A new podcast keeping up with the hoos in the pros. On the first episode we catch up with Zach Carey Founder of multiple fan pages of UVA alums and he walks us through all the scenarios.| Also make sure you catch host Grant Kersey’s Blog at: https://virginia.lockerroomaccess.com/blog/ Also ask questions and chat about NBA here. Help us answer the q…
 
Can computers help you become more creative? Is it possible for AI to learn genre? This week on Headroom, Jonathan Wyner discusses these questions and more with iZotope CTO Jonathan Bailey who offers up insights into the cutting-edge technologies at play in iZotope audio software, what they mean for the future of musical creativity, and what might …
 
Elle speaks with C. Hunter Zuli about creating BLK Palate, an inclusive food and wellness production company that curates monthly events based around inclusivity, education, and delicious food. Dinner with a side of revolution. Follow @blkpalate on Instagram. For our first season of The Walk-In, we want to hear your feedback. Tell us what you love …
 
This week Jason Williford talks to us about the new players and how they are looking in early workouts. Plus special guest Tomas Woldetensae joins the show to talk about his recruitment, his first trip to UVA and more. Plus an old teammate Chris Havlicek joins the show… Thank you to DJ WHY BE for the music. Make sure you tune in to Why Be Wednesday…
 
Fancy yourself the sort of producer able to work with the most chameleonic pop star of all time? Listen to David Bowie’s long-time producer, GRAMMY-winning Tony Visconti talk the tech, tools, and production process behind Bowie’s “Low” and “Heroes” in this week’s episode of Headroom.על ידי Jonathan Wyner, Tony Visconti
 
In the debut episode of The Walk-In, Elle talks with rising star Chef Kia Damon about finding your way in the culinary industry as a young Black woman, learning to trust your inner voice, and overcoming imposter syndrome. Kia Damon's website - http://kiacooks.com/ Subscribe to the Kia Cares newsletter - http://tinyletter.com/KiaCooks Follow Kia on …
 
This week we have a one of the best big men in UVA history join. We take a different order this week as we’re on Italy time. Fresh jumps in to ask about his Mount Rushmore. Willie Dersch Joins the podcast to catch up with Travis and we walk through his recruitment to UVA and the ups and downs of his UVA career. Travis talk about his transfer though…
 
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