Return To Play: Jenny Lewis, Swarthmore Women's Tennis
Swarthmore College Women's Tennis' Jenny Lewis took a gap year after her freshman year and spent it doing research with orthopedic doctors at the University of Chicago and had the incredible opportunity to present a paper for publication that she was the first author of. She discusses her appreciation for chemistry courses at Swarthmore, trying to find places to play tennis in Chicago during the pandemic, and her goals for the future. This new mini-series of podcasts called Return To Play, highlights student-athletes who are ready to return to competition in the 2021-22 school year. Adjusting to life away from teammates and away from intercollegiate competition was a major change, but also provided these Garnet student-athletes opportunities to do things they might not have had the chance to do otherwise. Watch this interview on YouTube or Facebook or listen to it on your podcasting platform of choice. Help more people find this interview and more great content from Swarthmore Athletics by leaving a review, sharing this interview, and by subscribing to our channels.
Episode 95: Helaine Olen on Rilo Kiley/Jenny Lewis
Scot and Jeff discuss Rilo Kiley/Jenny Lewis with Helaine Olen. Introducing the Band: Your hosts Scot Bertram (@ScotBertram) and Jeff Blehar (@EsotericCD) are with guest Helaine Olen. Helaine is an opinion writer at the Washington Post. Find her on Twitter at @HelaineOlen. Helaine’s Music Pick: Rilo Kiley/Jenny Lewis So it turns out Hannah Nefler from Troop Beverly Hills and Ronnie Pinsky from “Salute Your Shorts” aren’t played by just talented child actors after all. Those actors, Jenny Lewis and Blake Sennett, went on to form one-half of Rilo Kiley and were responsible for writing the music and lyrics for the band. And it all started out because actor/comedian Dave Foley offered to pick up the tab for recording a group of demos. While Rilo Kiley never sold a ton of albums, they became a successful and artistically interesting group that made waves in the indie rock community. Jenny Lewis began her solo career before her band officially ended its run, with the superb Rabbit Fur Coat, released in 2006. Rilo Kiley produced one more “grab for the brass ring” album, titled Under the Blacklight. By that point, though, it was clear Lewis’ talent meant more solo albums were on the way. Rooted in a California/Laurel Canyon sound, Lewis rarey repeats herself on record. Her voice has matured over the years to become a true musical weapon. Many of her friends, like Beck, Elvis Costello, Jonathan Rice, Benmont Tench, and others pop up on songs here and there. Whether you’re new to this music or simply taking a deeper dive, be more adventurous with us and listen to the Political Beats take on Rilo Kiley & Jenny Lewis.
In this first episode of the third season, we discuss the adorable relationship between Sophia and Alvin, and reflect on what makes the diagnosis of Alzheimer's--for Alvin and anyone else affected by this awful disease--so devastating. Because the A-story is so heavy, the B-story has to be equal parts ridiculous and hilarious, and that is exactly what we get when little Daisy (aka Jenny Lewis) bearnaps Rose's beloved Fernando and holds him for ransom.
№699: The Strokes, Jenny Lewis, Bad Religion, Kid Loco и Coil
Темная сторона Луны
1. The Strokes — The Adults Are Talking2. The Strokes — Ode to the Mets3. Jenny Lewis — Heads Gonna Roll4. Jenny Lewis — Red Bull & Hennessy5. Bad Religion — My Sanity6. Bad Religion — The Approach7. Kid Loco — Venus Alice in Dub8. Kid Loco feat. Olga Kouklaki — Unfair Game9. Coil — Alternative Theme from Gay Man’s Guide to Safer Sex10. Coil — Nasa-Arab 2
Jenny Lewis—she of Rilo Kiley, The Postal Service, and numerous excellent solo albums—met Chicago rapper Serengeti when they were both performers at the PEOPLE Festival in Berlin, back in 2018. They struck up a fast friendship that led to Serengeti asking Lewis to provide some music—a very specific amount of music—for him to rhyme over. They’ve since released two excellent songs together via Lewis’ Love’s Way label, “Unblu” and “Vroom Vroom,” and there are more on the way, as you’ll hear in their conversation. There’s also a mysterious appearance by Mr. Peanut.This episode was produced by Kevin O’Connell. The Talkhouse theme was composed and performed by The Range.
18: Jenny Lewis of SurveyGizmo – how to be a need-to-have, not a nice-to-have
Sales in the Subscription Economy
My special guest today is Jenny Lewis, Director of Sales at SurveyGizmo! Jenny is an accomplished sales leader with a solid track record of success in real estate, insurance, and technology. She's known for her uncanny ability to build, motivate, coach, mentor, and develop high performing sales teams. And she's joining us today from just down the road from me in beautiful Boulder, CO!Connect with Jenny on LinkedIn and SurveyGizmo.Jenny's Recommendations: Oprah's Masterclass: The Podcast Leader's Eat Last How to Win Friends and Influence People Challenger Sale Sales Gravy Podcast Make it Happen Mondays – B2B Sales Talk with John Barrows The Culture Code Connect with Amanda Northcutt: SubscriptionCoach.com LinkedIn Twitter Sales in the Subscription Economy newsletterI help recurring revenue businesses get it together & grow through coaching, consulting, sales team recruiting, and as a fractional executive. Grab a 30 minute call with me now and let's see how I can add immediate value to your subscription organization!