Before there was Mariano Rivera and Trevor Hoffman, Lee Smith was considered one of the all-time greats at the closer position. With the former MLB saves record of 478, Lee dominated hitters with his nasty arsenal of pitches. He was recently inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2019. Smith joins the guys in this week's edition of GM Files to discuss his legendary career.
Hosts Paris and David discuss the recently released film 'Here Awhile' with the film's producer, Deborah Lee Smith. Diving into the film's premise: a woman returning to her brother's home in Oregon so she can be eligible for the states "Death with Dignity" Act, this episode also explores indie filmmaking on a budget, and the challenge and triumph of attracting big names to your project.
Jaymi Lee Smith | Lighting Designer, MFA Professor at UC Irvine
Tech Talk with Ethan
Jaymi has been designing around the country for the past twenty years. Some production highlights include: four seasons at Utah Shakespeare Festival where she lit sixteen different productions, Two Trains Running, The Taming of the Shrew and the upcoming Great Expectations at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The Wiz and Rocky Horror at Dallas Theater Center, Peter and the Starcatcher and Topdog Underdog at South Coast Repertory, the world premier of The Who and the What at LaJolla Playhouse, Smart Cookie at The Alliance Theater, Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune at Hartford Stage, Orlando and Mary Stuart at The Court Theatre, Among the Thugs and Anna in the Tropics at The Goodman, No Place Like Home, Uncle Vanya, The Dazzle, Absolution and The Ordinary Yearnings of Miriam Buddwing at Steppenwolf, Tug of War at The Getty Villa and the national tour of John Astins Once Upon a Midnight. Some theatre companies she has designed for include Denver Theater Center, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, South Coast Repertory, Utah Shakespeare, LaJolla Playhouse, Dallas Theater Center, Pasadena Playhouse, The Alliance Theater, The Clarence Brown, The Pearl Theater, Victory Gardens, Steppenwolf, The Court Theatre, Marin Theatre Company, Redmoon, Rivendell, Naked Eye, Lookingglass, Milwaukee Repertory, Milwaukee Shakespeare, Madison Repertory, San Jose Repertory, and Hartford Stage. She was a founding member of Naked Eye Theater Company and an ensemble member of The Next Theater and Rivendell Theater Ensemble, all of them Chicago based companies. Other design work has included the scenic and projection design on dozens on productions. She also acted as Architectural Lighting Consultant on over three hundred and fifty private residences and designed four different restaurants within Chicago. In addition, she has designed over fifty various special events for non-for-profits, red carpet events and private parties. As a production manager, she has held many positions. She acted as Senior Production Manager for KBA Marketing who produced more than 10,000 events a year for companies such as Coca-Cola, RJ Reynolds and Nike. She also managed and initiated the groundbreaking citywide theatre festival in Chicago known as Theatre Fever with more than 80 theatre companies leading free workshops and performances for a two-week period. She spent seven years as the Producer for The League of Chicago Theatres facilitating all galas, media events and community conferences. Other production management credits include Outfest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and Mrs. Ts Triathlon. She received her training from the conservatory program of The Theatre School, DePaul University. In 2003 she was the recipient of the Michael Merrit/ Michael Maggio Emerging Designer Award. She also received a 2010 Joseph Jefferson Award for Mary's Wedding with Rivendell Theater Ensemble and was nominated for a Jeff Award for Orlando at The Court Theater, The Incident with The Next Theatre, Terrible Girls with About Face, Yellowman with The Next Theatre and OffSpring of the Cold War with Walkabout Theatre. She was additionally a winner of a Column Award for Rocky Horror at Dallas Theater Center and was nominated for a Henry Award for her work on Animal Crackers at The Denver Center. Previous teaching credits include adjunct faculty at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Associated Colleges of the Midwest and The Theatre School, DePaul University. Her website is available at jaymismith.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/p3-theatre-company/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/p3-theatre-company/support
Episode 17 / The Butterfly Story of Butterflies and the Rainforest Hosting Schi-Lee Smith from Wildlife Weirdos
The Butterfly Effect
This butterfly is excited to be speaking with Schi-Lee Smith. A 25 years old animal and nature lover from Texas. Schi (pronounced Ski) is the host of the Wildlife Weirdos podcast, which is an educational podcast about animals. On her show she tries to find out all the cool, weird, and interesting things there are about animals and share it with her audience. In this joined episode, she is sharing her knowledge with us. In this episode you will learn about the Blue Morpho Butterfly, its magnificent wings, i’s habitable, its part in the ecosystem, among other cool things. Some notes... More about 1treellion & Schi-Lee Smith and the Wildlife Weirdos podcast. Some of the facts mentioned: The morpho butterfly, Butterflies and plants designers tropical rainforest pharmacology, more on biodiversity. To support planting all over the world, please check out this link. The great music is credited to Pixabay.
Lee Smith is a veteran journalist for over 30 years who has written for Slate, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, and a variety of Arab media outlets. He was also a Middle East correspondent for The Weekly Standard and a former visiting fellow of the Hudson Institute. Currently he is a columnist covering the Middle East for online magazine Tablet. Lee is also the author of the books The Plot Against the President and The Permanent Coup: How Enemies Foreign and Domestic Targeted the American President. Lee primarily discusses his article for the Epoch Times called, “The World Watches While the US Elite Wages War on America.” Almost unknown and absolutely uncovered, the article talks about the violation of Taiwanese airspace on a hitherto unprecedented scale. China always tests the seriousness or our leaders, but this move was a major play. Other nations are sure to follow in the wake to see what they can get over on Biden. Then there is the ugly war being wages against Americans by the elite class. The events of January 6th and the lockdown of the capital is also discussed. Philip Sharp discusses the political mindset of the leaders driving the current Left in his essay segment. You thought they were crazy or out of their minds, but in reality, they know what they are doing. He discusses three basic points about their paradigms and the reason behind their madness.
Lee Smith - Leading K-12 Schools with Intention & Purpose (#10)
The Shaun Pepper Podcast
Lee Smith is an international educator and has recently relocated back to Canada after spending numerous years overseas, working in educationAfter much of the last 25 years working in schools and living abroad, Lee Smith has moved back to Canada to be a full-time student again. Settling back to the prairies has allowed him now to be closer to family and friends and to reconnect with Canada after so many years away. And given him time to think about what might come next.In this episode we discuss:The transition from leading learners to being a studentHow to use Zen principles to create decision makingHow to create boundaries between work and homeHow schools are changing to adapt to a globalized worldThe difference between competition and aggressiveness***I wanted to take this time to say thank you! We have reached listeners from around the world across 5 continents, 31 Countries and 149 cities. Without humans like you this podcast would not be possible.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping me to reach more listeners and guests. Also, please subscribe, this means you’ll learn from humans who are doing amazing things at home, at work and online. For show notes, please visit podcast.shaunpepper.com Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/shaunpepper)
Bass Impact Ep. 5: Lee Smith aka Dead Dred / Dred Bass
Pantheon - The Music Podcast Network
Happy New Year! As we enter into 2021 Danny Donnelly welcomes our special guest Lee Smith aka Dead Dred / Dred Bass / Asend & Ultravibe / Soundstation / Basic Movements / who recorded for labels Moving Shadow, Back 2 Basics and of course Suburban Base. An artist that came out with some iconic basslines imitated to this day! Lee - Dead Dred is not known for interviews so we have one of the only rare and exclusive interviews with him as he details insight on the evolution of the scene. There's a lot of unknown facts and stories told in this podcast! They both listen to some classic music that has been important and influential in the life of our special guest Dead Dred! You don't want to miss this! Start your 2021 off with a bang and take a listen to The Bass Impact Podcast presented by Suburban Base Records!This podcast is a part of the Pantheon Podcast Network.
This week, host Jason Jefferies is joined by New York Times bestselling author Lee Smith, who discusses her latest novel Blue Marlin, which is published by our friends at Blair. Topics of discussion include the inclination to compare "real life" and "celebrity life", the idea that one can live for Art (with a capital A), things that "certainly aren't southern", moonlighting as a spy, geographical cures, and much more. Copies of Blue Marlin can be ordered here with FREE SHIPPING.