Johnny Miller, resident of Arbor Terrace Knoxville, sits down with Melissa to share his experience navigating life as a lifelong member of the Deaf community, his advice for others who are experiencing hearing loss, and his insight into living in an Arbor Community.Senior Living LIVE! is a series that is designed to answer YOUR questions about senior living, caregiving, health, and everything in between. Our goal is to give you the information you need to make informed decisions and ultimately live the life that you (or your loved one) want to live. Find more episodes and webinars at SeniorLivingLIVE.com!Follow The Arbor Company on Facebook
The Yin & Yang: Johnny Miller + Greg Norman Designs - Episode 26 - MuniciPals Golf
MuniciPals Golf Podcast
Ashton and friend of the pod Chris Hussey do a deep dive on two insanely different tracks, Metropolitan Golf Links (Oakland, CA) and The Course at Wente Vineyards (Livermore, CA). Metro was designed by Johnny Miller, plays as a links-style course, has excellent views of downtown San Francisco and is adjacent to the Oakland airport so planes are constantly flying overhead. Wente was designed by Greg Norman and has some unbelievable views, especially from scenic vistas overlooking both the course and the vines. It definitely feels like a place where a golf course was never meant to go which gives players some challenging shots. If you don't execute at Wente, you're going to get lit on fire.
On this months Track Legends, Ernie Manning talks about the Melbourne cup and a prolific WA jockey who had some incredible races - Johnny Miller. John joined Harvey and Ernie to talk about some of his biggest races - both on the horse and in the stables.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Knox Brew Stories is a weekly live radio show and podcast that offers an in-depth look at the craft beer scene in Knoxville, and the latest craft beer news from around the country and all over the world. In this episode you’ll find our regular weekly news about craft beer, with a returning guest host (surprise in store for you on that note!) and:Brew News (4:13)Interview hosted by Johnny Miller (10:00)This Week on Tap (44:22)Next Week on Tap (52:26)Host: Zack RoskopProducer: StrykerCo-Host: Candace PrestonBe sure to tune in live every Monday at 6pm at http://ChannelZradio.comand check out https://www.knoxbrewstories.com/
#027 Sparking necessary conversations on extreme inequality | Johnny Miller
One Step Forward
Johnny is a photographer and activist who's based in South Africa. (You can find much of his work at millefoto.com.)He’s best-known for his drone photo series Unequal Scenes. These images are striking and almost violent: shanty towns abutting stately suburban homes; a slum wedged in beside a gleaming financial district.In this interview we talk about his broader ambitions to shift the narrative around stark economic inequalities, both in his adopted home of South Africa and further afield.We get into the artistic process of finding and developing images; the personal costs and difficulties that come with provoking debate; and the power of a different way of seeing to give new perspectives on a very old problem.---Show notes:[04:20] The need for a new narrative around inequality. Difficulties of communicating complex socio-political issues, and learning from the climate action movement.[07:50] The original “lightbulb moment” where drone photography enabled something very familiar to be seen in a completely new way.[11:30] The “accidental epiphany” of the very first Unequal Scenes photo, of Masiphumelele in Cape Town. Surprising and almost immediate reactions from all segments of South African society.[19:20] The process of researching and selecting images. His trademark “violent” style of urban photograph. Scenes that are sticky and resonate with the wider public, versus ones that are equally important but perhaps too subtle.[29:20] Getting pushback from experts and activists. The ethics of provoking conversation on divisive social/political issues.[40:00] Some more ground-level work, including with Syrian refugees and in slums around the world. Differences between the “top-down” perspective and looking people in the eyes and building trust.[46:40] The difference between highlighting structural problems and telling stories. The power of keeping the project tightly focused (despite criticism!).[52:55] Drone technology as a democratic enabler. The AfricanDRONE network to support communities to tell their own stories, and disrupt industries that need disrupting.[1:01:15] The place of Unequal Scenes within the political landscape of South Africa. What kind of impact he wants to have as an artist working on inequality and linked political issues.
Hall of Fame PGA Tour Caddie for Tom Lehman and Johnny Miller
Golf Smarter Mulligans
28: Andrew Martinez started looping on the PGA Tour as a young man for Johnny Miller. After over a decade together, he spent the next couple decades caddying for Tom Lehman. This is part 1 of two with Andrew as we sit next to a driving range. In addition to great stories from the Tour, he makes interesting observations about what these amateurs are doing and what’s wrong.Golf Smarter Mulligans is brought to you by TwoGuysWithGolfBalls.com where you can get premium used golf balls at a fraction of cost of new balls, plus free shipping. Use “golfsmarter” at checkout for 10% off every order, every time! Golf Smarter Mulligans is also supported by autoslash.com, the completely free service that can save you money on your next car rental. The average user saves up to 30% they can find on any other car rental site. They apply every coupon code and if they find a lower rate anywhere, you’ll get an email with updates.