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What does it mean to live a good life? What's the role of happiness, meaning, work, love, purpose, kindness, friendship, and more? How do status, circumstance, gender, privilege, race, identity, and more play into the quest to live your best life? These are the questions and topics we explore every week in conversation with leading voices in art, science, industry, and culture, from Brené Brown, Matthew McConaughey, & Bishop Michael Curry, to Austin Channing Brown, Glennon Doyle, Julián Cast ...
 
The 6 minute, educational podcast that helps you build confidence and add new skills, so you can raise really good kids, with less stress and more fun. Your host, Susie Caron, is an author, blogger, and podcaster specializing in parent-child relationships. Each episode helps you to connect, get the cooperation you want, and have more fun with your kids.
 
We get better instructions for putting together furniture than we do for raising actual human beings. And that doesn’t even account for how to do it amid a global pandemic and civil/political unrest. That’s why Season 2 of Good Kids features a compelling mix of perspectives on child-rearing — from parents and experts, authors and actors, to "good" kids themselves — imparting wisdom for a brief, but potent, 10(ish) minutes each week. Good Kids isn’t just another parenting podcast. It’s an all ...
 
GOOD MORNING, GOOD MORNING! Are you having a hectic day? This is a weekly podcast to take a break, relax, and release. In every episode, Josh Dupont offers a brief piano improvisation to give you the space for a mental and spiritual reset. It is an ideal meditation moment. Make some time today to create something. Draw, write, sing, paint, carve... stretch your creative muscles! It doesn't have to be anything more than a quick doodle. Just do something! Make this world a more beautiful place ...
 
Welcome to Good Grief, a place for us to have a real healthy talk about mourning and loss. In early 2018 I lost my mom to a brief, but brutal fight with lung cancer and I realized that I had no idea how to process my grief. I started journaling and researching and (eventually) healing and this podcast is a result of that process. Each episode is based on a theme that we’ll unpack with expert interviews, novice slice-of-life anecdotes and, where appropriate, some relevant cultural references ...
 
Hosted by medical doctor, public health expert, VicHealth CEO and foodie Dr Sandro Demaio, this podcast takes a look at the science and research behind today’s buzzwords, current trends and common myths around health and wellbeing. Follow Dr Sandro as he speaks to community heroes, health specialists, and everyday humans about what it means to eat well, be active and stay socially connected. There’ll also be time dedicated to help answer your questions. Season 1: All about food Season 2: Lif ...
 
Ein gelangweilter Witwer, ein ominöser Brief und ein gerissener (Online-)Betrüger – das ist der Stoff, aus dem T.C. Boyle beste Unterhaltung macht. Florian Lukas („Weissensee“, „Good Bye Lenin“), selbst bekennender Boyle-Fan, liest die Short Story „Der Beauftragte“ aus „Sind wir nicht Menschen“. Übersetzt von Dirk van Gunsteren, exklusiv präsentiert von Hörverlag Serials und dem Carl Hanser Verlag. Sounddesign: Thomas Süßmair Am 24. Februar erscheint „Sind wir nicht Menschen“ als Hörbuch und ...
 
Past speeches and talks from the Black Hat Briefings computer security conferences. Black Hat Briefings Japan 2004 was held October 14-15 in Tokyo at the at the Tokyo International Exchange Center. Two days, two tracks. Raisuke Miyawaki was the keynote speaker.Some speeches are translated in English and Japanese. Unfortunately at this time speeches are not available in Both languages. A post convention wrap up can be found at http://www.blackhat.com/html/bh-asia-04/bh-jp-04-index.html Black ...
 
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Imagine being so drawn to a pursuit as a kid, it consumes most of your waking hours, rapidly becomes your identity, and is the thing you believe you’ll devote your life to, and then, in the blink of an eye, it’s taken away. That’s what happened to Maya Shankar, who fell in love with the violin as a small child, studied it with love and devotion, wa…
 
There’s no doubt that in these difficult times, we’ve turned to the arts as a source of comfort, whether it’s our favourite book, listening to music, or discovering a new TV show. In this extra special episode (adapted from our Instagram live recording of #SolidarityPancakes), we talk to Benjamin Law and discuss the importance of community, how the…
 
Joanne Molinaro was deep into her career as a full-time attorney when she started blogging as The Korean Vegan, a nod to both her heritage and her curiosity about reimagining the cuisine she grew up on. She soon after launched a TikTok account that exploded and, along with her other platforms, boasts over 3.5 million fans. She’s appeared on The Foo…
 
Over the first 8 seasons, Larry has romantically pursued and been pursued by a number of women. Samantha Mathis (Donna - "The Hero") stop by to talk about them and help us determine which one will be the initial holder of The Larry Love Interest Championship Belt. Send us your comments, questions, feedback and suggestions at CurbPostman@gmail.com F…
 
In 1992, after years of teaching workshops on creative unblocking, Julia Cameron self-published The Artist's Way, which became a global phenomenon that sold millions of copies, was translated into 40 languages, and anchors companion workshops that have brought creativity into the mainstream conversation. Along the way, Julia has authored more than …
 
At the age of 24, living in Ibiza, Matt Haig stepped to the ledge of a cliff with the intention of launching himself to his end. But something pulled him back. That experience led him and his girlfriend, who’d eventually become his wife, back to his childhood home where Matt would begin the process of picking up the pieces of his life. A writer, he…
 
As we await the start of Season 11, we continue our series of bonus episodes covering various Larry David bonus projects from the six-year interregnum between Seasons 8 and 9. This week, it's "Fish in the Dark", the 2015 Broadway play that LD wrote and starred in. If you haven't yet, you can listen to a recording of the play here: https://drive.goo…
 
I first met Kristoffer Carer nearly a decade ago when he raised his hand to participate in the inaugural Good Life Project immersion. It was a yearlong deep dive into work and life that we ran for about 5 years. Kristoffer or KC as most people call him, was running fast. I wasn’t sure if he was running toward something as much as he was running fro…
 
The disruptions of the COVID pandemic can be seen across many industries in Australia and around the world. But the impact felt by the hospitality industry in particular is undeniable. In this episode, we talk to chef Ben Shewry and discuss how his life and restaurant Attica have changed since the pandemic began, the importance of resilience and cr…
 
Mel Robbins is one of the leading voices in personal development and transformation and an international bestselling author. Her work includes the global phenomenon The 5 Second Rule, four #1 bestselling audiobooks, the #1 podcast on Audible, as well as signature online courses that have changed the lives of more than half a million students worldw…
 
It's another bonus episode, as this week we dive into the 2013 HBO comedy "Clear History." The movie stars Larry David and was written by him together with the Berg/Mandel/Schaffer Curb trio. You can watch "Clear History" streaming on HBO Max. Next week, we will be discussing Larry David's 2015 play "Fish in the Dark". You can listen to a recording…
 
So question for you: When was the last time you did something where it was so immersive, so enjoyable it so captivated, the essence of who you are that you completely lost track of time? You just vanished into the experience, the activity, the moment, the conversation, the relationship, like the world around you ceased to exist. The only thing that…
 
This episode will be unlike any conversation we’ve ever aired on Good Life Project. For the first time on the podcast, I’m on the other side of the mic. And, to be honest, the thought of it kind of terrifies me. Even now, with it’s recorded and I know how it went and what’s on tape, it still kind of terrifies me. I’m pretty comfortable asking the q…
 
As we await the new season next month, we kick off our interregnum with the first of several bonus episodes. Mike Bloom joins us to help us simulate a season of Survivor played by some of our favorite Curb characters. 2.5 hours, 22 characters, ONE SURVIVOR. If you would like to see the tribe breakdown or follow along as you listen, you can find the…
 
I’ve been a fan of Jessi Hempel’s writing and amazing podcast, Hello Monday, for years now, but it was her deeply insightful six-part series on re-opening the world of work that led us into the virtual studio space to jam. Jessi is a senior editor at large at LinkedIn and host of the award-winning podcast Hello Monday. For the past 18 years, she ha…
 
How do we know what’s in season and how to enjoy it? In this episode, we talk to Alice Zaslavsky and unpack the many benefits of eating seasonally, how we can best identify different fruits and vegetables in season, as well as a few cooking tips for Spring vegies along the way. Show notes: This interview was recorded during the current Victorian Co…
 
We conclude Season 8 with a battle for the ages. It's "Larry vs. Michael J. Fox" in Season 8, Episode 10. Original Air Date: September 11, 2011 Synopsis: Larry accuses his neighbor Michael J. Fox of harassment; Jeff takes a bullet for Susie; and Larry is scolded for giving an inappropriate birthday gift to Jennifer's son Greg. Send us your comments…
 
Valarie Kaur is an activist, documentary filmmaker, lawyer, educator, and faith leader. She rose to global acclaim in late 2016 when her Watch Night Service address asked the question, “Is this the darkness of the tomb – or the darkness of the womb?” The video went viral with 40 million views worldwide, and her question reframed the political momen…
 
After years in the entertainment world, Justin Baldoni, found that classic breakout moment as an actor in the role of Rafael Solano on the hit show Jane the Virgin. But, underneath what seemed to be an extraordinary mainstream success, a certain discontent and vision of what the industry and life could be was brewing. In no small part, fueled by a …
 
Friends make life better. We’ve all experienced that. But, could a very specific kind of friendship - Radical Friendship - lead not only to lasting bonds, love and joy, but also to systemic social change, liberation, and equality? That’s what we’re talking about today. Weaving in Buddhism, Western spiritual culture, dance, and social justice with m…
 
Alex and Av go deep talking Mets, Red Sox, Mookie, Buckner, ice cream, orgasm inducing cars, minyan men and much much more on Season 8, Episode 9 "Mister Softee". Then at the 1:54 mark, they talk to author Abby Ellin about her experience growing up as a Red Sox fan and her essay "On Bill Buckner’s Greatest Catch (with a Little Help from Larry David…
 
Rev. angel Kyodo williams has been bridging the worlds of liberation, love, and justice her entire adult life. Her critically acclaimed book, Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living With Fearlessness and Grace was hailed as “an act of love” by Pulitzer Prize winner Alice Walker, and "a classic" by Buddhist pioneer Jack Kornfield. And, her book, Radi…
 
Zach Brooks of The Movie Ladder drops by to reunite with Av and share some zany invention ideas. After some extended banter that touches on movies, milestones, board games and even MURDER, we dive into Season 8, Episode 8 "Car Periscope" around the 28:00 mark. Original Air Date: August 28, 2011 Synopsis: Larry and Jeff weigh an investment opportuni…
 
How can we best use technology without being absorbed by it? In this episode, we talk with Dr Megan Lim to discuss the benefits and impacts of technology on our health, as well as some practical tips on what balancing screen time actually looks like. Show notes: Beyond Blue has a dedicated portal for those seeking mental and emotional support relat…
 
My guest today, Jameela Jamil, was a household name in the UK for years. Hosting shows on T4 and BBC Radio 1 before launching into the spotlight in the US, playing Tahani on the acclaimed TV show, The Good Place, and then hosting TBS late-night game show That Misery Index judging voguing reality competition show Legendary. And along the way, she ha…
 
My guest today, Tara Brach, has been one of my teachers for years, though she never knew it. Back in the early days of podcasting, I stumbled upon her weekly dharma talks or Buddhist teachings and meditations that she’d offer at her Insight Meditation Center in DC, record, then air as podcasts, and the blend of her gentle presence, her deep wisdom …
 
Alex and Av compete for the affection of a bisexual on this week's episode: Season 8, Episode 7 "The Bi-Sexual". Original Air Date: August 21, 2011 Synopsis: Larry and Rosie O'Donnell try to court the same woman. Larry takes Leon's advice, which gives him an advantage, but he finds it doesn't always work in the long run. Send us your comments, ques…
 
We tend to think we’re smart, rational beings, making good choices based on clear information. In truth, we’re anything but. We are pretty much walking, talking bundles of delusion and bias, much of it utterly hidden from our consciousness, by no one other than our subconscious. How do we get past this, how do we learn to see more clearly, not just…
 
Ever want to change something that really matters to you, but struggle to make it stick, let alone wonder how to ever get started? You’re not alone. There is so much misinformation in the world of behavior change, which is why I wanted to sit down with Katy Milkman to see if we could all get closer to the truth. And, find out, once and for all, wha…
 
Dan Bakkedahl sneaks onto the podcast without either Alex or Av noticing. We talk about his background with Second City and his breakout on Veep before turning to Season 8, Episode 6 "The Hero". Original Air Date: August 14, 2011 Synopsis: Larry accidentally becomes a hero on the flight to New York, earning him the respect of the woman sitting next…
 
Why do we feel lonely and what does meaningful connection actually mean? In this episode, Dr Michelle Lim and Dr Sandro unpack loneliness, while also providing tips for building and maintaining meaningful connections as we navigate life through COVID. Show notes: If you are feeling in crisis or at risk, call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or call 000 Beyond …
 
Hosted by medical doctor, public health expert, VicHealth CEO and foodie Dr Sandro Demaio, this podcast takes a look at the science and research behind today’s buzzwords, current trends and common myths around health and wellbeing. Follow Dr Sandro for season 3 as he speaks to community heroes, health specialists, and everyday humans about what it …
 
When James Victore was told by a professor, in his design program during college, that he wasn’t cut out for the famed institution he’d been attending, instead of arguing, he left. Then, promptly launched and built his own successful design consultancy. Years later, an accomplished illustrator, designer, and provocateur of the status quo, he return…
 
Work, as we know it, is broken. Has been for a long time. But this moment we're in has brought it home like never before. And, now, it's time for a reclamation! We spend the majority of our adult life working. If what you do empties you out, burns you out, or leaves you disconnected from what truly matters to you, that's a brutally hard way to live…
 
For the first time in 10 episodes, it's just Alex and Av without any guest. We break down some details from the Yucky Juice Tournament, review some recent Curb stories in the news and eventually cover this week's episode: Season 8, Episode 5 "Vow of Silence". Original Air Date: August 7, 2011 Synopsis: A friend who has taken a vow of silence create…
 
Farming has been a huge part of our history and culture for generations. But, there’s a part of the story that’s so often left out of the popular lore: the history, stories, and contribution of Black farmers. It’s so important to understand this part of our heritage, not only to acknowledge the challenges and contribution, but also because it’s had…
 
How does a kid who grew up on a farm in the midwest, who struggled with mental illness on a level that led him to contemplate taking his own life, end up a rising star in industry, author, and the Head of Mindfulness and Compassion at mega tech-company LinkedIn? More than that, how does he end up deeply present, at peace, and alive with possibility…
 
This week's episode opens with our interview with Antoinette Spolar-Levine, who played Larry's assistant for 8 seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm. We do a deep dive on her time on the show, touching on some of our favorite Antoinette moments from the 13 episodes she appeared on, including The Smiley Face. Then, at 59:47, Alex and Av jump into the epis…
 
There’s something big happening that few people are really talking about in a meaningful and constructive way. A sense of loss, on so many levels, even if there’s also hope and excitement. We hate talking about this stuff, but it’s so important. Whenever I’m grappling with any kind of loss or grief, whether around a person or even just a broader se…
 
Danielle Henderson is a TV writer, former editor for Rookie, cohost of the film podcast I Saw What You Did, and author of the achingly poignant and funny memoir, The Ugly Cry. Abandoned at ten years old by a mother who chose her drug-addicted, abusive boyfriend, she was raised by grandparents who thought their child-rearing days had ended in the 19…
 
Season 8, Episode 3 "Palestinian Chicken" is here and Anne Bedian is in the house. She joins these two filthy Jews to regale us with behind the scenes stories and dazzle us with her Hebrew pronunciations. But can she fuck the Jew out of us? Tune in to find out. Original Air Date: July 24, 2011 Synopsis: Larry plays the ultimate "social assassin" at…
 
This past year and a half has pushed many of us to the brink, in a lot of ways. Relationships. Work. Physical and mental health. It’s tested nearly every system, thought, belief, tool, practice and resource we rely on to find peace, ease, solace, hope, resilience, and grace. Over the years, we’ve had the great fortune to be able to sit down with ma…
 
A member of the iconic Destiny's Child supergroup, along with Beyonce Knowles and Kelly Rowland, on the surface, Michelle Williams lived a life people dreamed of. Yet, on the inside, things were not as they seemed. Living under the weight of depression and anxiety, Michelle hid the darkness that had been with her since her teens. The blend of press…
 
Alex and Av are joined by friend of the podcast Ari Feder to talk ice cream, burlesque shows and breast reductions on Season 8, Episode 2 "The Safe House". Original Air Date: July 17, 2011 Synopsis: Larry becomes an unlikely role model for battered women; Richard Lewis's relationship with a burlesque performer is put to the test; Leon survives a ca…
 
Want to be great at something you love? Don’t follow the age-old tropes. For decades, we’ve been told that, in order to become truly great at anything, we need to devote ourselves to thousands of hours of deliberate practice or have mad talent. Even better if you have both. But, what if that was a lie? Or, at least not the full picture? What if the…
 
If I said the words, “I know this much is true,” a certain generation of humans would immediately start humming along with the lyric and the unforgettable melody from the iconic Spandau Ballet song, simply titled True. As the songwriter and guitarist for ‘80s music phenom, Gary Kemp wrote True, along with 23 hit singles, and the band’s androgynous,…
 
After 2 weeks of Bonus Episodes, Alex and Av are finally back to discussing an actual episode of Curb, as they embark on Larry's post-nuptial life with Season 8, Episode 1 "The Divorce". In need of a Jewish lawyer to guide them on any legal questions, they brought along Dan Jablons, who played Hiram Katz in the episode. Original Air Date: July 10, …
 
If you’re ever heard the term, “highly sensitive person,” or even been called highly sensitive and maybe even recoiled a bit when that happen, you’ll be deeply moved by the work of today’s guest, Dr. Elaine Aron. She first identified high sensitivity as a distinct character trait more than 25 years ago, introducing the term “Highly Sensitive Person…
 
A refugee at the age of two, Ocean Vuong and his mom found themselves fleeing Saigon, Vietnam, traveling across the globe, then dropped into a world that was simultaneously a source of renewal and safety, while also delivering a daily dose of profound othering. The English language came slowly to Ocean, struggling to read at the age of 11. But, ove…
 
A special bonus on the topic of Jewish Themes on Curb Your Enthusiasm in which we explore the show's portrayal of Jewish identity, interactions between Jews and Gentiles, anti-Semitism and the Holocaust. We are joined by two great guests: Iris Bahr is an actress and comedian and host of the X-RAE podcast. She is best known for her recurring role as…
 
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