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The Inspiring Story of Cindy Wasser

Cindy Wasser from Hope Springs Fertility is a leading Canadian surrogacy lawyer. A mum through surrogacy, Cindy has helped many Australian intended parents over many years with their Canadian surrogacy journeys. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Welcome to today’s podcast with the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. My name is Stephen Page, and I’m a fertility lawy...
Tags: Travel, Podcast, Craigslist, Australia, India, Toronto, David, Canada, Yale, Kenya, Un, World Health Organisation, Ed, Skype, Ellison, Alberta


How & Why Mediation Works with Farley Tolpen

  In this episode of the Australian Family & Fertility Law Podcast, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Bruce Provan talks with Mediator, Farley Tolpen on why and how mediation works in resolving family law disputes. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Bruce Provan. Bruce Provan: Hi. My name is Bruce Provan. My guest today is Farley Tolpen. Welcome, Farley. Farley Tolpen: Good afternoon, Bruce. How are ...
Tags: Travel, Podcast, Abc, Australia, California, San Francisco, Brisbane, Adelaide, Skype, Stephen, James, Don, Bruce, Johnny, Jane, Farley


How a Young Guy from India Became A World Leading Surrogacy Physician

  Dr. Said Daneshmand is an internationally recognized fertility specialist with extensive experience in providing third-party reproductive services. In his second year of studying medicine, he had a profound experience that changed his life forever. Intro : You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Good day. I’m Stephen Page from Page Provan. And this is another podcast in our series, Australian Famil...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Podcast, England, Australia, La, India, US, Los Angeles, Society, Iran, Earth, University, United States, New Zealand, San Diego


What Makes a Finance Guy Leave Everything to Work in Surrogacy

In this podcast, Richard Westoby discusses his own personal surrogacy journey and a complete career change that he never could have anticipated. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Good day, it’s Stephen Page from Page Provan again. And we’re talking about our series of Australian family and infertility law. And in today’s podcast, I have the joy of talking to Richard. Richar...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Europe, Podcast, England, Australia, California, China, US, Cnn, United States, Sony, Dan Brown, States, David Attenborough, Richard


Ziggy and Stephen Marley wrap Beachlife 2021 with a beautiful set of Bob Marley’s music

By the time Ziggy and Stephen Marley got to “One Love,” one of many beautiful songs the brothers sang in a set devoted to songs by their father, the reggae icon Bob Marley, fans at the finale of BeachLife Festival on Sunday were approaching some kind of ecstasy. “It’s like church!” a woman near me shouted as she danced and hugged her friend. And yes, she’d been indulging in the holy herb of Rastafarianism all night, but she wasn’t wrong. There’s something about the music of Marley, a healing, ho...
Tags: California, Sport, Pink Floyd, Austin, Things To Do, Soccer, Alaska, Portugal, David Bowie, Long Beach, Metallica, Music Festivals, Coachella, Marley, Bob Marley, Portland Oregon


What Drives Fertility Attorney Rich Vaughn

Fertility law attorney Rich Vaughn combined his passion for family formation and founded one of the most successful and best-known law firms in the world focusing on assisted reproductive technology law. Transcript Stephen Page : Good day. My name is Stephen Page, and I’m just welcoming you to my podcast, Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. My first guest today is Rich Vaughn, who is a dear friend of mine and a colleague and is also practising as one of America’s leading ...
Tags: Travel, Podcast, Australia, US, America, United States, Sydney, Surrogacy, Council, East Coast, Stephen, American Bar Association, Aba, The Hague, Bruce, US State Department


Comment on purple plum torte by Stephen

I’ve made this at least 20-30 times (maybe more?) and I have found that “2 eggs” work better if they are VERY large. Otherwise, it’s worth beating 3 eggs together and using the equivalent of about 2 1/2 of them. Also, please consider eliminating the cinnamon altogether. No kidding. It dampens the flavor of the whole cake. Lemon juice is essential (I even squeeze a little bit on top before putting the cake into the oven.) I also add lemon zest (about a teaspoon), rosewater (very little, maybe 3-...
Tags: Food, Stephen


Sunday Submissions: Cullman Center Fellowship

Application is now open for the 2022-2023 Cullman Center Fellowship at NY Public Library: They write: The Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers is an international fellowship program open to people whose work will benefit directly from access to the collections at the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building—including academics, independent scholars, and creative writers (novelists, playwrights, poets). Visual artists at work on a book project are also welcome to apply. The Ce...
Tags: Books, News, Submissions, Nypl, New York Public Library, Dorothy, Stephen, Lewis, NY Public Library, Schwarzman Building, Fellowship Program, Cullman Center, Cullman Center Fellowship, Cullman Center for Scholars


NBA star Steph Curry asked Twitter about getting into crypto and then Sam Bankman-Fried's FTX announced he'll be a stakeholder

Stephen Curry Jed Jacobsohn NBA athlete Steph Curry hit Twitter for tips for getting into crypto and heard from MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor. Crypto exchange FTX later said Curry would join as a shareholder and ambassador. The basketball player joins NFL star Tom Brady as an FTX stakeholder. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Golden State Warriors player Stephen Curry took to Twitter this week to get tips for getting started in crypto and got resp...
Tags: Twitter, NFL, America, Trends, Nba, Tom Brady, Academy, Stephen, Curry, Steph Curry, Stephen Curry, Saylor, Gisele Bündchen, Ayesha, FTX, MicroStrategy


Did dark magic conjure up the British Empire?

An unremarkable stone circle in Mudchute Park is said to have a wild and dark history.Legend has it that this is where John Dee used magic to conjure up the British Empire.As incredible as that sounds, local geography provides some circumstantial evidence. The mysterious stone circle informally known as the Mudchute Omphalos, with the gleaming towers of the Docklands financial district in the background. Credit: Stephen Saleh, reproduced with kind permission....
Tags: Google, Asia, Maps, Hollywood, London, Washington, Thames, History, Rome, Canada, Britain, Washington Dc, Innovation, Magic, John, Quebec


Soapbox: I Don't Know How to Feel About This PS4-to-PS5 Upgrade Uproar

Stephen sees the situation from both sides
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‘A cycle of dread, collapse, relief’: the absurd, tormented story of my hypochondria

I have never been seriously ill or spent a night in hospital, but I’m plagued by fears that a terrible sickness is coming for me. How did I fall victim to health anxiety?“This minute I was well, and am ill, this minute.” The pain arrives slowly, like a Polaroid sharpening into view, but the fear comes suddenly: a channel switched, a cloud sped across the sun. It’s June 1989, I recently turned 20, and I am supposed to be studying for first-year exams in English, at University College Dublin. Inst...
Tags: Health, Society, Mental Health, Depression, Anxiety, Mtv, Death and dying, Polaroid, Stephen, University College Dublin Instead


Done To A Tee: Nigel Petrie’s immaculate R nineT chopper

Nigel Petrie is a bike builder who deserves way more attention than he gets. Despite his next-level fabrication skills and Born Free show invites, he tends to fly under the radar outside his native Australia. Which is a shame, because he doesn’t only build kickass bikes—he also builds incredible cars too, such as the Toyota Hilux ‘Drift Ute.’ Motorcycles have fascinated Nigel since his childhood days, growing up on the outskirts of a tiny rural town, some 200 kilometers away from Melbourne. B...
Tags: Facebook, Australia, Motorcycles, Bmw, Nigel, Firestone, Stephen, Geelong, Harley, Toyota Hilux, TIG, CNC, Deakin University, KTM, BMW Motorrad, Manta Ray


Why the punks will unplug at the BeachLife Festival in Redondo Beach

The BeachLife Festival is all about chill vibes and celebrating the laid-back beach lifestyle. But one of the four stages at the upcoming three-day music festival, set for Sept. 10-12 at Seaside Lagoon in Redondo Beach, will feature veteran punk rockers known for fast-paced loud music best suited for a survive-if-you-can mosh pit rather than a lazy tan-all-you-can afternoon on the sand. Yet this stage may turn out to be the most relaxed spot at the festival because these punk rockers are unplugg...
Tags: California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Nashville, Coachella, Bob Marley, Stephen, Cruz, Abigail, Ziggy Marley, David Hall, Keith, Kelly, Lindberg


Hillel Halkin Reveals All!

Benjamin Ivry has a fascinating Forward interview with Hillel Halkin that includes the following tidbits of LH interest: In a 2011 interview, you said that as a young reader, you strongly identified with the character of Stephen Dedalus the conflicted Catholic protagonist of James Joyce’s “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” and “Ulysses.” Where are the affinities? I still have that identification with Stephen, including the Stephen in “Ulysses.” I think “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man...
Tags: Uncategorized, Judaism, Linguistics, Catholic, Stephen, James Joyce, Abraham, Auerbach, Robert Alter, Stephen Dedalus, Erich Auerbach, Hillel Halkin, Philologos, Benjamin Ivry, Shmuel Yosef Agnon, Misha Louvish


The Chris Voss Show Podcast – One-Legged Mongoose: Secrets, Legacies, and Coming of Age in 1950s New York by Marc J Straus

One-Legged Mongoose: Secrets, Legacies, and Coming of Age in 1950s New York by Marc J Straus It’s June 1953 and ten-year-old Marc Straus is in his mother’s car, getting sick from her cigarette smoke on his way to a Hebrew lesson. He and his younger brother, Stephen, are transferring from public school to a Yeshiva and Marc needs tutoring. His parents haven’t said why they’re transferring-the family isn’t religious. All Marc knows is he’ll have to protect his brother. Stephen’s a delic...
Tags: Podcast, New York, Seo, Santiago, Stephen, Marc, Yeshiva, Chris Voss, Books/Authors, Marc J Straus, Marc Straus


Stephen: all you need to know about ITV's powerful new series

ITV's latest drama comes in the form of three-part series, Stephen, which...
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Russell Westbrook, Chainsmokers join group pouring $13.5M into prebiotic soda brand Poppi

Poppi, a prebiotic soda brand, closed $13.5 million in a Series A2 round and is on a mission to lead in the new category of “functional soda” by offering a better-for-you product that also tastes good. The investor group includes CAVU Ventures as well as sports and entertainment celebrities like Russell Westbrook, the Chainsmokers, 24kGoldn, Kygo, Halsey, Kevin Love, Ellie Goulding, Olivia Munn, Nicole Scherzinger, Chantel Jeffries, Bryce Hall, Noah Beck, Josh Richards, Griffin Johnson and Blake...
Tags: Amazon, Food, Drinks, Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Funding, Tech, Austin, Food And Drink, Dallas, Stephen, Shark Tank, Russell Westbrook, Poppi, Kygo


The Infamous Comic Book Moment Behind Spider-Man: No Way Home's Multiversal Twist

At the center of Spider-Man: No Way Home’s explosive trailer is a simple request from Peter Parker that seemingly turns the Marvel universe upside down: can magic make the world forget he’s Spider-Man? It’s a desperate act—and a road that Peter has gone down before in his comic book journey, as part of one of the …Read more...
Tags: Science, Satan, Anna, Stephen, Spider Man, Peter, Mary Jane, Tony Stark, Peter Parker, Ben Reilly, Marvel Comics Characters, Mary Jane Watson, Joe Quesada, Reed Richards, Fictional Characters, Doctor Octopus


Breaking Down the Sinister Secrets of Spider-Man: No Way Home's Trailer

After what feels like months and months of waiting, at long last, we’ve had a glimpse of Spider-Man: No Way Home in action, and nothing is going right for poor Peter Parker. The world knows his dual life as Spider-Man, he’s being hunted for a crime he didn’t commit, and well, now he has to bear witness to the awesome…Read more...
Tags: Science, Happy, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jamie Foxx, Jon Favreau, Marvel Studios, Stephen, Rhys Ifans, Spider, Spider Man, Electro, Matt, Marko, Ned, Sam Raimi


The pandemic lockdown brought James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan ‘Together’

Sharon Horgan was curious about the art that would follow a year of pandemic and lockdown, though the actor, writer and producer admits that she never expected those themes to be the heart of her next starring role. “I was really interested to sort of see what would come out of it,” Horgan says on a recent video call with actor James McAvoy, her costar in the new film “Together.” “Like what would people write about? And how would they respond to it creatively? “But I didn’t really have any inter...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Scotland, La, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Stephen Daldry, James McAvoy, Sharon Horgan, Stephen, James, Dennis, Arthur, Sharon, Annette


Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer: Doctor Strange And Spidey Break The Multiverse Wide Open

The first trailer for "Spider-Man: No Way Home" has dropped, and it's a doozy. At least two doctors make an appearance. One of them is named Strange and the other is named ... well, you'll just have to watch the trailer yourself to find out. Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer This trailer is packed with jaw-dropping moments, and we'll naturally be going through it and doing a full breakdown for you later. For now, questions abound, like why is Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum frozen over like S...
Tags: Movies, News, Superman, Trailers, Marvel Studios, Stephen, Peter, Tony, Jameson, Tony Stark, Tom Holland, Peter Parker, Sanctum Sanctorum, Alfred Molina, Jonah Jameson, SlashFilm


Breaking down Manny Pacquiao vs. Yordenis Ugas

Stephen “Breadman” Edwards, one of the bright minds and best trainers in boxing, told Yahoo Sports that the switch from a left-hander in...
Tags: Manny Pacquiao, Stephen, Yahoo Sports, Edwards, Yordenis Ugas


BeachLife Festival will require attendees to wear masks

Following the latest COVID-19 health order in Los Angeles County, the BeachLife Festival in Redondo Beach will now require all concert attendees to wear masks except when they are actively eating and drinking, according to the updated safety guidelines on the event’s website. The change comes after the announcement of the new county health order that will become effective on Aug. 19 and will require mask wearing except when people are “actively eating or drinking,” at outdoor events of more than...
Tags: California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Aeg, Coachella, Stephen, Ziggy Marley, Redondo Beach, USS Iowa, Music + Concerts, Top Stories Breeze, Beachlife festival, Coronavirus, Festival Electrica


The Interplay Between Surrogacy & Counselling with Miranda Montrone

  In this episode of the Family & Fertility Law Podcast, Stephen Page talks with Surrogacy Psychologist Miranda Montrone about her passion for surrogacy. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page:  Welcome, everyone. Stephen Page from Page Provan Family and Fertility Lawyers. And I’m talking in our podcast about Australian family and fertility law. And today I’m joined by the wonderf...
Tags: Travel, Podcast, UK, Australia, US, America, Src, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, New Zealand, Melbourne, Canberra, Norman, Miranda, Stephen


BeachLife Festival to require full COVID-19 vaccination or negative test for entry

The BeachLife Festival in Redondo Beach has become the latest large-scale concert in Southern California to add coronavirus vaccination and testing guidelines. The festival, which runs Sept. 10-12 at Seaside Lagoon, will require attendees to provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours for entry, according to updated information on the festival website Friday, Aug. 13. The site notes that people who have three-day tickets need to be tested Thursday, Sept. 9, or F...
Tags: California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Aeg, Coachella, Stevie Nicks, Stephen, Southern California, San Bernardino, Ziggy Marley, Coachella Valley Music, Goldenvoice, Redondo Beach, Insomniac


Don’t Breathe 2 Interview: Madelyn Grace Talks Stunts, Her Favorite Day on Set

Don’t Breathe 2 is out today exclusively in theaters. The horror film once again stars Stephen Lang as the “Blind Man” Norman Nordstrom. He’s joined by Madelyn Grace and Brendan Sexton III. The film is written by Fede Alvarez and Rodo Sayagues with Sayagues directing. RELATED: Interview: Stephen Lang Discusses Don’t Breathe 2, Norman’s Motivations Changing “In Don’t Breathe, Norman Nordstrom (Stephen Lang) was underestimated by everyone because of his blindness: he revealed an unflinching will t...
Tags: Nordstrom, Movies, Interview, Horror, Norman, Stephen, Phoenix, Tony, Kevin McCallister, Stephen Lang, Fede Alvarez, Rodo Sayagues, Sabina Graves, Tony His, Brendan Sexton, Movie Features


Ryan Coogler’s Stephen Curry Documentary ‘Underrated’ Set for A24

A24 decided to shoot its shot by greenlighting a new sports documentary called Underrated. Writer/director Ryan Coogler is now on board as a producer alongside Pete Nicks who will be directing the film that spotlights NBA player Stephen Curry‘s rise to prominence. Deadline announced that A24 will move forward with a documentary about “Golden State Warriors All-Star Stephen Curry and his rise to prominence in college, where he first became a national figure guiding underdog Davidson to the El...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, News, Nba, Ncaa, Charlotte Hornets, Ryan Coogler, Stephen, Curry, Val Kilmer, Stephen Curry, Steph, NBA All Star, Virginia Tech, Val, Davidson


‘Chapelwaite’ Review: This Stephen King Adaptation Has Great Gothic Atmosphere, But the Story is Stretched Too Thin

While the films from the Stephen King adaptation renaissance we’re currently in have been (mostly) good, the same can’t be said for the TV shows. Castle Rock, inspired by King’s work in general, turned out to be a disappointment. The recent streaming takes on The Stand and Lisey’s Story were both miscalculations. Can Chapelwaite, the latest show that gets to bill itself as being based on something King wrote, succeed where its recent predecessors have failed? Not quite, but that doesn’t mean yo...
Tags: Reviews, TV, Movies, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Features, Rebecca, Atlantic, Maine, Salem, South Pacific, Charles, King, Hampshire, Stephen, Poe


Read It & Reap: 10 Top New Marketing Books To Savor On #NationalBookLoversDay

Looking for inspiration and new insight to forge new B2B marketing success as we drive ahead to 2022? Today is National Book Lovers Day, and to celebrate the occasion we’re taking a look at 10 forthcoming or recently-published books that offer an array of fascinating tactics, tips, case studies, and other insight from some of the industry’s top business marketers and subject matter experts. Let’s turn the page and jump right in for #NationalBookLoversDay. 1 — RE:Think Innovation: How the Wo...
Tags: Book Review, Seo, Linkedin, B2b Marketing, Dell, Jason, Stephen, Joe, Mark, Dan, Eric, Carla, Ann Handley, Joe Pulizzi, Dorie, Lee Odden