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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Stevens. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Stevens, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Stevens. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Stevens, often where they are interviewed.

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017 - James Stevens - Iconic brands & E-Commerce

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On the latest episode of the #bebetteroffshow, Mr Roses himself, James Stevens sits down with Brett Kelly to discuss innovative marketing and what it takes to build and maintain a great brand.

Jun 24 2020 · 32mins
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Special Interest: An Interview with Dr. James Stevens, President of American Academy of Neurology, Part 2

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In part 2 of this 2-part series, Dr. James Stevens, president of the American Academy of Neurology [AAN], shares the advocacy actions that the AAN has taken to support neurologists during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can find additional COVID-19 resources from the AAN here: https://www.aan.com/tools-and-resources/covid-19-neurology-resource-center/

May 24 2020 · 2mins

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Special Interest: An Interview with Dr. James Stevens, President of American Academy of Neurology, Part 1

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In part 1 of this 2-part series, Dr. James Stevens, president of the American Academy of Neurology [AAN], shares the advocacy actions that the AAN has taken to support neurologists during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can find additional COVID-19 resources from the AAN here: https://www.aan.com/tools-and-resources/covid-19-neurology-resource-center/

May 23 2020 · 2mins
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Episode #36: James Stevens

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Our guest today is 6th grader James Stevens. Check out our conversation!
May 05 2020 · 11mins

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Making Dystopia: The Strange Rise and Survival of Architectural Barbarism (James Stevens Curl)

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For a century, we have been subjected to ugly architecture. How did we get here, and what can be done about it? (The written version of this review, in web, PDF, and ebook formats, can be found here.)

Aug 27 2019 · 27mins
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#113/Modernism is Bad, Really Bad: Professor James Stevens Curl

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A graduate in Architecture from Oxford, Professor James Stevens Curl is known for scholarship, penetrating criticisms, lucidity of style, and holding his nose at the stench of Modernism, of which he is definitely not a fan.  He’s probably rather be down at the Groaning Board hoisting a pint, but we’re thrilled to have him talk about his new award-winning book, Making Dystopia: The Strange Rise and Survival of Architectural Barbarism, in which he takes apart the Modernist movement piece by piece!  However, he makes a good argument for how the wider modern movement in the 1950's (highways, cars, planes, not just architecture) has harmed the planet and the community way of life.

Aug 26 2019 · 47mins
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Deep Club Podcast #30: James Stevens

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JAMES STEVENS (aka qp, memetec / Pacific/Cascadia, Oregon)

James Stevens has been playing drum and bass since the late ’90s. For several years he has been making a transition through the UK hardcore continuum into house and techno. He hosted a longstanding bi-weekly radio show on Sub.FM as qp. Having spun throughout the northwestern United States and participating in thriving scenes throughout North America, James now commits himself to music production in his studio on the Oregon coast.

This mix was recorded on three Technic 1210s and a Pioneer DJM-900, almost exclusively with vinyl. The range of sounds and rhythms is intended to be expansive and reflective; it showcases his favorites from the golden era of drum and bass all the way through the minimal soul of 2018.

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Stream / download all Deep Club Podcasts here: soundcloud.com/deepclubdenver/sets/deep-club-podcasts

Follow James Stevens on Mixcloud:
https://www.mixcloud.com/qpsound/

Tracklist:

01. Roni Size - Let’s Get It On
02. Groove Rider -Star Base 9
03. Resound & Loxy - Heritage
04. Wen - Ghost
05. Breakage - Guillotine (Breakage’s Joseph Igance Remix)
06. QZB & Phentix - Gang Signs
07. Friske - Artikal
08. Lenzman & Forren - Never Enough
09. Halogenix - Her Waves
10. Artificial Intelligence - Holding Out
11. QZB - Run From It
12. FD - Through
13. Alix Perez - Acropolis
14. Substance - Unaware
15. Hyroglifics & Signal - Make Me Feel
16. Monty - Sleepless
17. Studio Pressure - Presha XIII
18. Monty - Savage Chase
19. Blade Runner - Studio (Dub)
20. Breakage - Elmhurst
21. Thematic - Flights
22. Calibre - Sokitume
23. Ed Rush & Optical & Fierce - Custlow
24. Future Cut - Stealth (Domination)
25. John B - Secrets
26. Blocks & Escher - Vigil
27. Blocks & Escher - Something Borrowed, Something Blue
28. Oliver Yorke - The Gift
29. Martsman - Human Error
30. Plug - A Subtle Blendumbers.
Nov 14 2018 · 1hr 1min
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The Life of James Stevens from flower shop to Global Roses Only enterprise

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Its hard not to know about the brand Roses Only. The beautiful long stemmed roses set the bar for Valentines Day and all the days in between from I love you to I'm sorry. So how did this brand grow so formidable?

James Stevens grew up with immigrant Greek parents who worked tirelessly to give their children the best opportunities. In response James learnt from an early age about the challenges of running a small business at the mercy of landlords and decided that he wanted to change the game. So he took a bold step as his father's business partner and launched a roses brand aimed at men. The rest is history. 

Listen to my fascinating interview with this dynamic businessman and brand builder.

Jan 24 2017 · 30mins
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The Life of James Stevens from flower shop to Global Roses Only enterprise

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Its hard not to know about the brand Roses Only. The beautiful long stemmed roses set the bar for Valentines Day and all the days in between from I love you to I'm sorry. So how did this brand grow so formidable?

James Stevens grew up with immigrant Greek parents who worked tirelessly to give their children the best opportunities. In response James learnt from an early age about the challenges of running a small business at the mercy of landlords and decided that he wanted to change the game. So he took a bold step as his father's business partner and launched a roses brand aimed at men. The rest is history. 

Listen to my fascinating interview with this dynamic businessman and brand builder.

Jan 24 2017 · 30mins