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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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One fateful November night, Alydar mysteriously broke his leg while alone in his stall at 10 pm. An insurance investigation ensued, and his injury was declared an accident. $41.5 million was paid out by Lloyds of London and Golden Eagle Insurance Company. Later the FBI would get involved and there would be two federal trials. BROKEN, one part true-crime and one part courtroom drama, is set in the evocative history of the adrenaline-filled days of horse racing's golden age. The author intervi ...
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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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✨ Welcome to our new podcast, where regenerative gurus discuss solutions for improving ourselves and our communities. From quantum healing to resourcery, one episode could improve your life. Get a competitive edge, manifest more, and raise the kundi with Baba J. Disclaimer All info contained on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. In addition, none of the statements should be construed to confer medical, legal, or financial advice. Subscribe: https://pod ...
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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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/richard-templeman/support
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On this podcast you will learn true spirituality, the nature of reality, and the root causes of suffering in your life and this world. You will learn what real morals are and what real truth is with lies and corruption being exposed as well as true solutions to our world's problems as well as the potential bad situations we could go into in the future as a result of our immoral behaviors.
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The Second Golden Age by KNOW is a podcast centred around the Qu’ran, Science and lifelong learning, looking at reviving the spirit of the first Islamic Golden Age and how we can use this knowledge to change and impact the world, today. Can spirituality and the sciences be united harmoniously to usher in a Second Golden Age of Islam?
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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@smorgshow.com. Check out Smorgasbord Radio (The SmorgShow Podcast) for more of our creative antics.
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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.
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Happy 200th! Front Row Classics is celebrating its 200th episode! I’m so very grateful for to you ,the listeners, for continuing to support this labor of love. For our 200th episode, we’re welcoming a very special guest : legendary actress and wildlife activist, Stefanie Powers. Powers grew up in the heyday of Los Angeles and even attended Hollywoo…
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The last episode. Listen to the author's final argument, pulling together the facts of the insurance investigation, the FBI investigation, the two federal trials and his interviews with over 25 witnesses. Most importantly, you get to be a juror. Listeners will get the code to access the verdict form at https://fredmkray.com/verdict/ and you will be…
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Have you had a lifelong vision to establish your own orthodontic practice, only to find obstacles such as financial constraints, roadblocks, and a scarcity of available practices hindering your pursuit? In 2020, Dr. Maggie Law embarked on her entrepreneurial journey, and she is eager to divulge insights into her experience. Maggie will candidly dis…
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50 Oscar Nights Front Row Classics welcome Turner Classic Movies host, Dave Karger, this week. Brandon and Dave are discussing his newest book “50 Oscar Nights: Iconic Stars & Filmmakers on Their Career-Defining Wins”. Dave sat down with 50 past Oscar winners to recount the details of their respective victorious evenings. Some stories are triumphan…
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Moon River Front Row Classics is celebrating Valentine’s Day with one of the most popular romantic films to ever come out of Hollywood. Breakfast at Tiffany’s remains one of Audrey Hepburn’s most iconic works. Beyond the Mouse’s Vanessa Ferguson and NPR Illinois’ Bea Bonner join Brandon to discuss all aspects of the movie. The hosts discuss Hepburn…
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Ringo Kid. 2024 marks the 85th anniversary of the landmark year of 1939. Often considered the “greatest year in film history”, countless classic films were released within that calendar year. Brandon and Emmett Stanton pay tribute the film that set the standard for the American western film, Stagecoach. John Ford’s masterpiece created many of the k…
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Put On a Happy Face. Front Row Classics has “got a lot of livin’ to do” this week. Brandon is joined by Larry Aubrey to pay tribute to 1963’s Bye Bye Birdie. Brandon and Larry discuss this fun and vibrant adaptation of the classis Broadway musical. The two talk the differences between the film and stage versions. Much of the conversation is spent l…
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Power of Film. Brandon welcome filmmaker/producer Doug Pray to Front Row Classics. Doug, along with Laura Gabbert, has helmed the six-episode docuseries “The Power of Film”. The series stars UCLA Film Professor, Howard Suber, and shines a spotlight on film’s impact on the human experience. Suber tells us why certain films remain forever ingrained i…
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All That Heaven Allows. .Front Row Classics is taking a look at one of the most poignant melodramas of the 1950s. Brandon is joined by Jackson Cooper to discuss 1955’s All That Heaven Allows. The two pay tribute to the work of director, Douglas Sirk, and his immaculate visual storytelling. We’re also celebrating the performances of Jane Wyman and R…
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Hollywood Heyday. Front Row Classics is thrilled to welcome back authors/journalists, David Fantle and Tom Johnson. David & Tom regale Brandon with incredible stories from their forty plus years of interviewing Hollywood legends. These stories can be found in their 2018 book, “Hollywood Heyday: 75 Candid Interviews with Golden Age Legends”. We disc…
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How to Marry a Millionaire. Front Row Classics is taking a look at one of the most popular comedies of the 1950s. How to Marry a Millionaire brought together three of Hollywood’s most charismatic leading ladies: Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall and Betty Grable. Brandon is happy to welcome Marina Tucker to discuss the movie. Marina (also known as Pene…
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We’re In the Money. Happy New Year from Front Row Classics! We’re kicking off the new year in style with something fun and frothy. Our friend Emmett Stanton joins us to celebrate the work of choreographer/director, Busby Berkeley. Brandon and Emmett are taking a look at three films with the Berkeley touch. All three films were, miraculously, releas…
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Classic Film Fandom. Front Row Classics welcomes content creator and independent filmmaker, Hey Marianne to the podcast. Brandon is always excited to speak with someone who is engaging young people in watching classic film. The two discuss several topics including introducing classic film to millennials, holiday movies and movie musicals. Much of t…
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Feedback is the cornerstone of your practice’s professional standing. Both patients and referring doctors actively search for reviews, underscoring the pivotal role that effective review management plays in shaping and maintaining your good reputation. Today, Jessie Pressman, the Head of Consulting at People + Practice, will impart crucial insights…
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Episode 10 features Tommy Burns, the horse hitman. WARNING. This episode contains profanity and discussions about horse deaths in the context of being killed for the insurance money. It may disturb some listeners. Burns reviews the evidence found in Alydar's stall the night of the incident, and describes how an intentional act may have caused Alyda…
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Shut Your Nasty Little Face. Merry Christmas from Front Row Classics! We’re celebrating the season with a classic holiday farce from Warner Bros. The Man Who Came to Dinner remains one of the greatest adaptations from stage to screen. Ben Burke, from the Hollywood Babylonians, podcast joins Brandon to discuss all of the wacky fun from this 1942 fil…
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Archie. Front Row Classics is thrilled to welcome actress/producer, Jennifer Grant this week. Jennifer, the daughter of Cary Grant and Dyan Cannon, has co-produced the series Archie for BritBox. The series, starring Jason Isaacs, gives viewers a personal look at the man named Archie Leach. Leach would overcome childhood poverty and abandonment and …
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In this sequel to last year's presentation, Book II of Golden Age of Radio: A Sterling Anthology sees Destiny Costa (host of Destiny Costa's Ditch Your Demons) sit down with the unfuckwithable Sterling Golden for his final career interview. This no-holds-barred discussion sees Sterling tell the unvarnished story of his 15-year career and beyond, fr…
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Swinging on a Star. Front Row Classics is taking a look at the Best Picture winner of 1944. Leo McCarey’s Going My Way is a charming film that lifted the spirits of war weary audiences in 1944. IndieWire’s Christian Blauvelt returns to pay tribute to this uplifting film that is perfect holiday viewing. Brandon and Christian discuss the Oscar winnin…
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Stormy Weather. Front Row Classics welcomes celebrated author & film historian Donald Bogle. Bea Bonner ,with NPR Illinois’ Community Voices, joins Brandon to discuss Bogle’s new book, “Lena Horne Goddess Reclaimed”. The book tracks Horne’s trailblazing life & career which spanned remarkable triumphs and heartbreaking disappointments. Bogle discuss…
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Our special guest is Steven McEvoy, an IT Professional and Project Manager for MME Consulting, a computer company specializing in serving dental practices nationwide. Steve is here to discuss cyber security. He exposes the loopholes, but he also provides solutions. Orthodontic practices are lucrative, making them a prime target for hackers who can …
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Happy Holidays!. Front Row Classics is taking another look at a holiday staple 1942’s Holiday Inn. This joyous musical is perfect for any time of year. But. it’s especially fitting to view during the Christmas season. Brandon is joined by Kevin Hart and Jacqueline Keysear. Kevin is currently directing a production of Holiday Inn at the Hoogland Cen…
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Episode 9 features FBI agent Robert Foster and MIT Expert George Pratt. Foster discusses his investigation, his interviews with Alton Stone and the FBI theory of Alydar's injury. He also talks how the insurance investigation went wrong. George Pratt, the prosecution expert on the forces requires to break the bolts gives his opinion what happened th…
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Kitty Feral’s In a Lonely Place. Happy Thanksgiving from Front Row Classics. We’re celebrating Noirvember with the Czar of Noir himself, Eddie Muller. Eddie has penned a new children’s book, “Kid Noir: Kitty Feral and the Case of the Marshmallow Monkey”. The book is a charming introduction to the world of classics film for younger kids. Brandon and…
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Money Isn’t Everything. Front Row Classics is taking a look at one of the great film epics, George Stevens’ Giant. This 1956 film still resonates with its themes of family, changing times and race relations. Tristan Tapscott joins Brandon to discuss the legendary production. The two take a look at the fine performances from Elizabeth Taylor, Rock H…
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Keep The Home Fires Burning. Front Row Classics is celebrating Veterans Day with one of the greatest home front dramas of Word War II. We’re taking a look at Since You Went Away from 1944. This stellar production from David O. Selznick is a warm and sentimental story of a family’s struggle to keep the home fires burning. Jessica Pickens joins Brand…
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Happy Holidays!. We’re closing in on the holiday season, which means it will soon be time to enjoy our favorite Christmas movies once again. Brandon is thrilled to welcome back, author/film historian, Jeremy Arnold. Jeremy recently penned “Christmas in the Movies (Revised & Expanded Edition) : 35 Classics to Celebrate the Season”. The book offers m…
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We're thrilled to welcome Trey Lawrence today as our special guest. Trey serves as the General Counsel for the American Association of Orthodontists. While AI-generated images are commonplace in daily marketing, it's essential to consider the potential risks associated with this advertising approach. Trey will delve into the legal aspects, obstacle…
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Cat’s Dont Like Me. We’ve got the second film in our Halloween double-feature this week. Brandon and Emmett Stanton discuss one of the most influential films on the horror genre, Cat People. We discuss how this unlikely B movie from producer Val Lewton, set trends that have resonated for years with horror filmmakers. While both Brandon and Emmett a…
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Invisible Man. Happy Halloween from Front Row Classics! We’re celebrating the 90th anniversary of James Whale’s The Invisible Man. Brandon is joined by Dominic Cellini this week to pay tribute to this landmark entry in the Universal Monster Movie canon. Alongside the groundbreaking special effects, The Invisible Man marked the American film debut o…
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We Love Lucy. Front Row Classics welcomes author Sarah Royal this week. Brandon and Sarah discuss her new book, “A.K.A. Lucy: The Dynamic and Determined Life of Lucille Ball”. This charming and beautiful looking book presents a fresh, modern take on Lucille Ball by focusing on both her place in pop culture and American history. Among many topics, B…
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C’Mon Get Happy. Front Row Classics is thrilled to welcome authors & film historians, David Fantle and Tom Johnson this week. Our two guests have penned a delightful and well-researched study of an underrated Hollywood musical gem. “C’mon Get Happy: The Making of Summer Stock” is a must-read for any classic film fan. The book chronicles the product…
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So Many Noble Rulers. Front Row Classics is taking a look at one of the most talked about films of the 20th century. We’re celebrating the 60th anniversary of Cleopatra from 1963. Ryan Lootens and Erin McCabe from Front Row Flashbacks are joining Brandon to take a look as this gargantuan epic directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. We take a look at the …
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In Episode 8, Alton Stone, the substitute night watchman who found Alydar the night of November 13, 1990, breaks his 35-year silence and speaks for the first time. That's all you need to know. Thanks for listening! You can purchase the book here. The BROKEN website is here. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.…
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Criss Cross. We’re taking a look at one of Alfred Hitchcock’s most popular thrillers, Strangers on a Train. Brandon is joined by Emmett Stanton to discuss this heart-pounding and fun movie based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith. This 1951 film has a wonderful cast including a powerhouse performance from Robert Walker as Bruno Anthony, one of Hitc…
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We are thrilled to have Dr. Ravindra Nanda as our guest on the podcast. During our conversation, Dr. Nanda will explore groundbreaking advancements in the field of aligner orthodontics. He will provide insights into the innovative technology enabling orthodontists to sustainably produce aligners in their offices. While minimal training is needed, t…
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Born to Dance. Front Row Classics is pleased to welcome authors Paula Broussard and Lisa Royère to discuss their latest book, “Eleanor Powell: Born to Dance”. The book chronicles Powell’s life and work but is mostly is a testament to finding your personal gifts and nurturing them as best you can. Brandon, Paula and Lisa discuss some of Powell’s exp…
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The author talks about his visit to Saratoga to honor Alydar's races in the 1978 Whitney (where Alydar finally changes leads for the first time) and the 1978 Travers (which Alydar won by disqualification). Hear the famous call of the Whitney as Alydar "Comes like a shot" to win by a glorious seven lengths. Stanley Broughton, Calumet's maintenance m…
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Mack the Black!. Front Row Classics is proud to welcome back Patricia Ward Kelly for her fourth appearance. Patricia is the widow and biographer of Gene Kelly. Brandon and Patricia discuss a film that both feel needs to garner more attention: 1948’s The Pirate. Alongside Gene, the film stars Judy Garland and features a score by Cole Porter. This mu…
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Say It’s Only a Paper Moon. Front Row Classics is celebrating the 50th anniversary of a true gem of 1970’s cinema. We’re taking a look at Peter Bogdonavich’s Paper Moon from 1973. Matt Duffy from Reel Gold Rundown joins Brandon to discuss this road comedy-drama. The hosts discuss the tremendous chemistry between real life father and daughter, Ryan …
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Today, we are excited to talk with Dr. Jep Paschal, the CCO at Braces On Demand. During our discussion, Jep elaborated on the advantages of Braces on Demand and discussed the monolithic product line and the results he has seen with this new product. The Braces on Demand approach to orthodontics holds multiple benefits for patients, primarily in the…
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Hollywood History. Front Row Classics is pleased to welcome actor and social media personality, Brandon Johnston this week. We discuss his early love of classic film and how it had influenced his life and career. We also take a little time to discuss the current actor & writer’s strike. The advent of social media has been able to expose younger peo…
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Where Were You in ’62?. We’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of one of the seminal films of the 1970s. American Graffiti took audiences back to a more innocent era of malt shops and sock hops. Brandon is joined by Meghan Lowder-Paul and Jacqueline Keysear of “I Think You’re Gonna Like This” to break down this ensemble dramedy. The hosts discuss t…
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In this episode, John Veitch, Alydar's trainer, discusses what he found out about the facts surrounding Alydar's death, and talks about the long history of the Calumet stallion barn and its occupants, including Whirlaway and Citation. Michael Coulter, Alydar's groom at the time of the incident, relates what Alton Stone, the night watchman, told him…
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I Want to Be Alone. Front Row Classics is taking a look at the Best Picture winner of 1932, Grand Hotel. Emmett Stanton, once again, joins Brandon to discuss what may just be the very first all-star movie. MGM pulled out all the stops for this glamorous melodrama featuring the likes of Greta Garbo, Lionel Barrymore, John Barrymore and Joan Crawford…
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In this installment of The Golden Age of Orthodontics, we are excited to visit with Dr. Glenn Krieger, founder of the Orthopreneurs Facebook group. This group boasts over 6,000 members to date. What are the pros and cons of a DSO and an OSO? How are they structured, and who should consider joining? He has invaluable insight into partnering with ano…
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Welcome Karie Bible. Front Row Classics is thrilled to welcome Karie Bible to the podcast this week. Karie is a film historian, author and in-house tour guide for Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Brandon and Karie discuss her background and love for classic film. We discuss her experience as tour guide for Hollywood Forever Cemetery as well as some of i…
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In episode five, the author describes his meeting with J.T. Lundy and Lundy's planned takeover of Calumet by marrying Cindy Wright, one of Calumet's heirs. John Veitch talks about his visits to his "old friend" Alydar at Calumet. Charlie Rose discusses Alydar's retirement from racing, and saying goodbye to Alydar as he leaves the Belmont barn for t…
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Our Victory Over the Dark. We’re taking a look at another great film from 1939 this week on Front Row Classics. Dark Victory is one the great triumphs in the career of Bette Davis. Brandon is joined, once again, by author and film historian Sloan De Forest to discuss this classic tear jerker from Warner Bros. The hosts discuss Davis’ Oscar nominate…
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