This week on the NXpress Nintendo Podcast, Cameron Daxon, Marc Kaliroff, and Campbell Gill take a moment to celebrate 30 years of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, one of the most important systems ever produced by the Big N. With only a minimal amount of squabbling over which game is the best on the system (we all know it's A Link to the Past), the hosts walk through everything that made the SNES such a critical part of gaming history: the unmatched library of classics, rock-solid first- and third-party development support, excellently designed controllers, and so much more. Even if you weren't around for the heyday of the SNES in the 90s, there's no denying that the Super Nintendo remains a platform packed with excellent titles whose influence can still be felt today. Moving onto more modern matters, the gang share their impressions of the recent demo for WarioWare: Get It Together! Wario's big debut on Switch is just as chaotic and packed with ridiculous microgames as any other entry in the series, and with the all-new inclusion of local multiplayer, it might just be the perfect new party game. Cameron closes out the show with a small cup of Necrobarista: Final Pour, the definitive version of a beloved 2020 visual novel taking place in a coffee shop where the dead can mingle with the living one last time. You can listen to our show on YouTube | Stitcher | iTunes | Podbean | Spotify | Listen Notes | iHeartRadio | Player FM | Amazon Audible Playlist: LFXIV – NXpress Intro 00:59 – Opening Topic: 30 Years of the SNES “Beware the Forest Mushrooms” – Super Mario RPG 35:20 – Talking Point: WarioWare: Get It Together! Impressions “Ashley's Theme” – Super Smash Bros. Brawl 47:50 – Indie Spotlight: Necrobarista: Final Pour “Credits” – Super Mario World
Thirty years ago, in August 1991, riots broke out in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights, a neighborhood shared by African Americans and Jews, the latter of whom were mostly members of the ḥasidic Chabad-Lubavitch movement. During the riot, which was sparked by a car accident that killed one young black child and injured another, […]
While I'm on the road this week, the staff at The North Star will be playing re-run episodes of The Breakdown as well as some of our favorite episodes from some of our other podcast series. Thanks for tuning in! 30 years ago the LAPD brutally beat a Black man named Rodney King and a man with a camcorder a few blocks away just happened to catch it all on film. It was obviously a crime, but not a single officer was held responsible. The question today is this - as we try the men who murdered George Floyd, who clearly committed multiple crimes, will they be held responsible? Clearly police in our nation are still causing harm 30 years later, but will a jury in this country finally say enough is enough?
Thirty years ago, in August 1991, riots broke out in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights, a neighborhood shared by African Americans and Jews, the latter of whom were mostly members of the ḥasidic Chabad-Lubavitch movement. During the riot, which was sparked by a car accident that killed one young black child and injured another, local black residents attacked Jews on the streets, burned their businesses, and killed one of them, often while chanting anti-Semitic slogans. For three days, local authorities looked on passively. The episode is a sad one in the history of American Jewish-black relations. This week's podcast guest believes that if Jews and blacks are to enjoy a fruitful and mutually beneficial relationship in the future, as they have in the past, understanding how and why events like the Crown Heights riot came about is essential. Elliot Kaufman did just that in a recent essay for the Wall Street Journal. A Canadian who is too young to remember what happened, Kaufman—in the piece and in this conversation with Mosaic's editor, Jonathan Silver—forensically reconstructs what happened in Crown Heights, puts together what it meant at the time, looks at what it teaches us today, and suggests pitfalls that can be avoided so that the two communities can avoid such bitter antagonism. Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.
Wall Street Journal letters editor Elliot Kaufman joins Theodore Kupfer to discuss Kaufman’s report on the Crown Heights riots, which happened 30 years ago last weekend. Find the transcript of this conversation and more at City Journal.
On this episode of DLN Xtend, we celebrate 30 years of Linux. Welcome to episode 71 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introductions 14:49 Topic- 30 Years of Linux 34:23 Host Related Interest 42:37 Wrap Up 43:32 Extras Main Topic Links - 6 Cool Things About Linux History - https://youtu.be/u9ZY41mNB9I - A Guide Through The History of Unix & Linux: Everything You Need To Know - https://frontpagelinux.com/articles/guide-through-history-of-unix-linux-everything-you-need-to-know/ Nate - The Inner World game bundle - https://store.steampowered.com/bundle/5003/TheInnerWorld_Bundle/ Wendy - Kill it with Fire - https://store.steampowered.com/app/1179210/KillItWith_Fire/ Matt - Dying Light - https://store.steampowered.com/app/239140/DyingLightEnhancedEdition/?gclid=CjwKCAjw3KIBhA2EiwAaAAliv2oaGmtgDbgRhepEB3WGL9nDU8rS44b5w09aoWnca3u3skgjyk20xoCCDcQAvD_BwE Upcoming Events - Sudo Hangout Aug 26 12:30 PM EST / 5:30 PM UTC Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info: Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (Mastodon @WendyDLN@mastodon.online) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
For over three decades, Strategic Coach® has worked with some of the world's best entrepreneurs to help them achieve their goals. Dan Sullivan and Shannon Waller look back and share stories about the origins of the company and some of its invaluable thinking tools.
This week's episode of Destination Linux, we're going to celebrate 30 Years of Linux starting with “What Linux Means To Us” discussion. Then we're going to have Philip Müller from Manjaro on to discuss their latest 21.1 release. Plus we've also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much […]
New research suggests people in Britain swear less than they did 30 years ago, but they are also slipping in the "f word" more than in the past. The researchers estimate the use of "bloody" - the UK's previous favourite swear word -has plummeted by 80 per cent. But what about here in New Zealand? Applied Linguist Dr Sharon Harvey from the Auckland University of Technology thinks what was once risky - "bloody" and "bugger" are now seen as passe. She spoke to Susie Ferguson.
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus applied to Chai Elul What can we learn from this day? Is it significant that the Baal Shem Tov was born on Elul? What was the Baal Shem Tov's main teachings? Why was there so much opposition to the Baal Shem Tov? Is there a similarity between the Besht's teaching that all Jews are equal in the eyes of G-d to l'havdil the elimination of class distinctions in socialism? Who was Achiyoh Hashiloni and what connection did he have with being the teacher of the Besht? Why were there groups of hidden tzaddikim? Doesn't it seem inappropriate to deprive people of their greatness? Are shluchim fulfilling the words of Moshiach to the Besht? Are all Besht legends true? Did the Besht eliminate demons? What's the story with the Maharal and the Golem, and the Frierdiker Rebbe visiting the shul in Prague to see the Golem's remains? Lessons from 15 Elul: 124th anniversary of the founding of Yeshivas Tomchei Tmimim What does it mean to be a tamim? Lessons from Ki Tavo Selichos: When we say "Machnisei rachamim, hachnisu rachameinu" whom are we addressing and what are we asking to be done? Did the Rebbe comment on the Crown Heights riots 30 years ago? Is there a connection between Covid and dibbuk (covid in reverse)? Is flood damage from a big storm or hurricane bad in and of itself, or is the bad due to too much chesed and a lack of gevurah? Follow-up: Why would the Torah allow a husband to abuse his power of withholding a get? Mamzeirim. Chassidus question: Why do we exist?
Ronni Robinson, author of Out of the Pantry: A Disordered Eating Journey, joins me today to talk about her 30 years of binge eating. Most of these years she didn't know binge eating was an actual eating disorder. No one knew. Meanwhile she was handling an abusive relationship. She shares why it was so helpful to find out she wasn't the only one and how therapy impacted her. Ronni's Website: https://www.ronnirobinson.com See Full Disclaimer below. Webinar Sign Up https://mailchi.mp/597e09efdef2/7yayn5rfnq Work With Me https://www.bingebreakers.com/workwithme-copy Follow Me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bingebreakers/ DISCLAIMER This recording is not intended to be utilized as medical advice or a medical diagnosis. If you think you are in need of medical attention or treatment, please seek it immediately. This recording is intended to offer advice to those struggling with bulimia based on my own experience, my clients experiences, and what I've found to work. This recording will also contain sensitive subjects such as binging and purging, weight, & depression. Please listen at your own discretion and do what you think is best for you. I am a coach. Not a doctor, therapist, or any other medical professional. I cannot diagnose conditions or prescribe treatments. If you think you need more advanced help, such as therapy, ED treatment, or you are a risk to your own health, please seek it immediately. To find more resources on eating disorders please visit: https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/help-support/contact-helpline
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It's has been 30 years since the biggest country in the world was shattered by a coup d'etat attempt or August Putsch which left a big notch on the nation's history with ramifications until today. We ask our listeners where were they at the moment of the Putsch and hear interesting stories. One of them is from the participant of those days in central Moscow. - 30 лет прошло с тех пор, как самую большую страну в мире потряс путч, получивший разные названия, государственный переворот, заговор, захват власти, но в чем ни у кого нет разночтений, это в его значения для всей нации. Последствия тех дней до сих пор носят спорный характер для многих. Мы предлагаем вам вспомнить август 1991 года и послушать истории наших слушателей, одним из которых оказался очевидец и участник августовского путча в Москве.
Hey Gang! Brent Porche here.. I had the pleasure of speaking with Chris Barron, lead singer, of The Spin Doctors ahead of his show at City Winery Philadelphia on 8/24. We talk about the 30th anniversary of their multi-platinum debut "Pocket Full of Kryptonite" (released August 20th 1991), the filming of the music video for their smash hit Two Princes.. and the whereabouts of that infamous knit hat! We chat about the early days of the Spin Doctors/Trucking Company and rooming with John Popper & Blues Traveler in NYC. We also touch on the Spin Doctors opening for the Rolling Stones on the Voodoo Lounge tour & Sir Keef's "guitar guy". Also, what it was like having their debut album released the week before Pearl Jams's debut, Ten, while on the same record label. And one of my favorites from the chat, among many, was Chris' story about the first time he met Pierre Robert! Chris Barron will be performing live at the City Winery in Philadelphia on Tuesday August 24th 2021 - with special guests Michael Glabicki from Rusted Root w/ Dirk Miller. Featuring a special opening set from Danny Beissel from Featherborn/Fosterchild. Show time 8pm Thanks for Listening! bp
rview, community Q&A with Sue Saunders. Sue is DVC Member #158 and is very proud that she bought DVC on the very first day it was offered to the public. Tune and join the conversations as we look back at Sue's wisdom from 30 years of membership and her 10+ year career working for Disney, including time as a DVC sales guide. Episode 166
This week Matt talks to Stacy Wesson of Cascara Vacation Rentals about the challenges of modernizing and running a family vacation rental business in an era of acquisitions and tech driven hospitality. This episode is brought you by Point Central, the leaders in smart home automation, and Breezeway, the best in class property care and automations platform. Additional show notes can be found at www.vrmb.com/115
Siblings finally meet after a lifetime of being apart, and we have so much in common! Two Brother's story of growing up apart and now coming together as Family. How many kids were removed from their siblings and grew up thinking they were alone in the world? This is definitely a coming together story we hope you'll find joy from, because we sure have. Brought to you by The NativeHawaiianChamberofCommerce.org SPONSORED HAWAIIAN SPRINGS WATER HERE! https://amzn.to/3C2H0rR Hawaii Real is a podcast interviewing locals in Hawaii and their day to day struggles and how they overcome them. You can find Hawaii Real on Amazon Podcast, Spotify, Apple Podcast, Pandora Podcast and many more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hawaiireal/support
Hey loves! Today is a very special episode! Today is my 30th birthday! I thought I would be a little bit more reluctant about turning 30, but I'm actually embracing it and welcoming it with open arms! My 20's have brought so many wonderful things: my marriage, my two beautiful boys, my business, this amazing community! And you know what.. we haven't even scratched the surface yet! If my 20's are any indication of what my 30's will bring, well then sister, I AM HERE FOR IT! Enjoy this special birthday episode where I share the 30 lessons I have learned (and continue to learn) in the last 30 years! XOXO!
Have you ever wondered which catalogues our Founder and President, Sandra Hindman, loves the most? Find out this week as she discusses two of her most favored catalogues and their contents, discussing everything from the colors the ancient Romans preferred, rose colored glasses, Hebrew manuscripts, Dora Maar, and her work reconstructing the life of an important medieval artist.
Sweet Child of Mine hit 1 Billion streams. We break down what that means and try to explain why radio stations play the same songs over and over. Metallica's Black album turns 30. We discuss the album's impact and run down our Top 5 Favorite Metallica songs of all time. Thanks to our sponsors www.LuckysPub.com and www.PiratesoftheQuarter.com
Criminal Records, located in Little Five Points, is celebrating a milestone this weekend. They've been supplying music lovers with CDs, vinyl, comics and more for 30 years. Atlanta is a town that's rich in record stores, and many of them have been around for a very long time. Criminal's anniversary puts them in the esteemed company. Find out what keeps them going as Rodney Ho talks with owner Eric Levin about the venerable record shop and what they have planned to mark three decades in business.
The No.1 record on the greatest grunge album list, Nirvana Nevermind, turns 30. And as a very special bonus ep Bakko talks with music industry titan and Nirvana manager Danny Goldberg. Danny shares some stories of his background in the music industry, working with Led Zeppelin, how he ended up managing Nirvana. Thoughts on who Kurt was vs. the public perception. Courtney Love driving a divide with people working for the band. Expectations for Nevermind upon release. That record opening doors for all things Seattle. Becoming a confidant of Kurt's. Band tensions prior to his death and so much more. Official Nirvana Website: Complete Discography, Videos and more Cobras & Fire is part of the Pantheon Podcast Network, THE spot for the musically obsessed. pantheonpodcasts.com Danny Goldberg, President of Gold Village Entertainment, has worked in the music business as a personal manager, record company President, public relations man and journalist since the late 1960s. Gold Village Entertainment was formed in July 2007 and marks the return to artist management for Goldberg. A complete roster of artists can be found here. His latest book is “Serving The Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain” (Ecco, April 2019). Goldberg's previous books include, “How The Left Lost Teen Spirit”, “Bumping Into Geniuses: My Life Inside The Rock and Roll Business” and “In Search of The Lost Chord: 1967 and the Hippie Idea”. From 1983-1992, Goldberg was the founder and President of Gold Mountain Entertainment, an artist management firm whose clients included Nirvana, Hole, Sonic Youth, Bonnie Raitt, The Allman Brothers, Rickie Lee Jones and more. Directly prior to the creation of Gold Village Entertainment, Goldberg had been the CEO of Air America Radio from 2005 until mid-2006. Goldberg formed the independent label Artemis Records in 1999 and ran the company until January of 2005. Prior to forming Artemis and prior to the acquisition of Polygram by Universal in 1998, Goldberg was Chairman and CEO of the Mercury Records Group, which was the number one U.S. label group in terms of market share in 1998. The Mercury Records Group included music from virtually all major genres; pop, R&B, hip-hop, country, jazz and rock and roll via its labels Def Jam, Mercury, Mercury Nashville, Motown, Verve, and Deutsche Gramophone, all of which reported to and were supervised by Goldberg. Before joining Mercury, Goldberg was Chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Records in 1995, during which time Warner Bros. was the number one U.S. record label. In 1993-94, he was President of Atlantic Records, also a division of the Warner Music Group, which likewise attained the number one ranking among U.S. companies during Goldberg's tenure. Earlier in his career, Goldberg formed and co-owned Modern Records, which released Stevie Nicks' solo albums including her number one album “Bella Donna.” Prior to that, Goldberg was Vice-President of Led Zeppelin's Swan Song Records and worked with the band from 1973 through 1975. In 1980, Goldberg co-produced and co-directed the rock documentary feature, “No Nukes,” starring Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt, and Jackson Browne, among others. In 2004 he was the Executive Producer of the documentary about Steve Earle, “Just An American Boy.” He was Executive Producer of the multi-platinum soundtrack of music from the television series “Miami Vice” and was Music Supervisor on numerous feature films including “Dirty Dancing.” Goldberg began his career as a music journalist having written for, among others, Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, and Billboard Magazine (for whom he reviewed the Woodstock Festival in 1969).” Danny was also a consultant on the HBO series “Vinyl”. He was Chair of the American Symphony Orchestra from 2008-2013 and is on the Board of Directors of The Nation Institute, The ACLU Foundation of Southern California, Americans for Peace Now, Brave New Films, and Public Citizen. Danny Goldberg (goldve.com) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What's up, everybody? On today's show, I'm going to talk about one of the things I feel has been the key to my success over the course of the past few years... having the spark of a teenager. It's that relentless f*cking drive that has gotten me where I am today. It started when I was younger and I lost a lot of weight. This was a tangible accomplishment that I could see and feel. And it inspired me to do more. And each new success was like planting another seed in a garden. Before you know it, that garden was green and beautiful. All because of that initial spark. That desire to do something awesome with my life. To change my diet and exercise, and become healthier. All that “teenage spark” is, is a desire to do great things. To succeed. To be better today than you were yesterday. When we are younger, many of us have wild ambitions and daydreams. We want to be movie stars, or professional athletes, or rock stars. We may even start working towards these goals while we're in school. But eventually, the World starts telling us to abandon these dreams. The World starts telling us to pay our bills. The World starts telling us to get a job. The World starts telling us that we're not supposed to enjoy our jobs... it's about providing for our family and being responsible. Eventually, we start believing what the World is telling us, and we stop believing in ourselves. When we start believing in ourselves again is when we regain that “teenage spark.” And that spark can fuel and inspire so many dreams and make them a reality. (Click here to listen to episode #460 and learn how to regain your Teenage Spark.) I've Been There. I've Done That. Now Learn with Me. I know all the ins and outs of online fitness coaching. I've made mistakes and I've had successes. But I've never given up. That's how I was able to open my own gym and start an online coaching business that has not only brought me success but also benefited over 600 other online fitness coaches. I love to share my knowledge. So, when you work with me, you learn with me. I'm ready to help you shed those 9-5 shackles and enjoy the freedom, satisfaction, and yes, money, you'll get from being an online fitness coach. If you got value from this podcast and would like to work closely with me and my team to scale your fitness business and learn how to go online, go to my Instagram account @bmarkfit and DM me with the words “Change Lives.” We can start a conversation about our amazing Online Trainer Escape Plan, which allows you to make $10,000 plus a month by helping people transform their lives through health and fitness. Follow Me. I'll Help You Succeed. While you're here, be sure to subscribe to my podcast Change Lives Make Money: The Podcast For Online Trainers. It's a great source for free advice and info. Rate and review too. It helps me know whether or not I'm giving you the kind of content you want and need. And don't forget to follow and subscribe to my social media accounts. TikTokInstagramFacebookYoutube My DM is always open. Let's keep talking! I want to hear from you! You can contact me any time through my social media accounts or email. Tell me about your latest successes. Ask me questions. Give me ideas for future podcasts. I've always felt a successful business is built on two pillars: Persistence and Communication. If you're looking for a little bit of help with your online coaching business, click here to shoot me a message
Dan Barreiro opens the show discussing the latest development in the Kirill Kaprisov situation before Michael Russo joins to let us know what his reporting has uncovered. Our boss Gregg Swedberg joins for a fun hour in-studio to take us back to the beginning of KFAN as we celebrate our 30 Year Anniversary this month! Towards the end of the Dan discusses his most recent concerns with the Vikings offensive line.
Dan Barreiro opens the show discussing the latest development in the Kirill Kaprisov situation before Michael Russo joins to let us know what his reporting has uncovered. Our boss Gregg Swedberg joins for a fun hour in-studio to take us back to the beginning of KFAN as we celebrate our 30 Year Anniversary this month!
Imagine striving to believe something for over 30 years, but your “light switch” just isn't turning on. The doubt, the fear, all building up for decades...until it finally culminates to a final, decisive act! How did it happen? What would you do? Why does it have to be this way? It's time to unpack some details! We're taking it back to Nick Snapp's old stomping grounds: the original 4-HOUR Miracles & Atheists LIVESTREAM! We're re-releasing an important conversation that Nick had with worldwide evangelist, Brian Essary, and positive atheism advocate, Janet Reyes. Janet Reyes is a former Southern Baptist Women's Minister who just recently came out as an atheist after 30 years of being involved with the Church. She's a research grant writer for a preeminent research university and has been grant writing for 18 years, and Janet has spent time volunteering for the Atheist Community of Austin serving on their Social Media Committee. Representing the Christian perspective is Evangelist, Brain Essary. Through his mass miracle crusades and networking with church planting programs he has seen over one million people come to Christ and hundreds of national churches planted throughout these villages of India. Brian is motivated by the belief that you can impact a region through a crusade but you will only change a nation through the national ministers. It was a lot of fun revisiting this particular livestream. One of our inspirations for going back through this conversation again because of the interesting challenge Janet posed to Brian at the end of the conversation...bring it! Email the show: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @miraclesatheist Instagram: @miraclesandatheists Facebook: facebook.com/miraclesatheists/ Watch M&A on YouTube
Dan Barreiro opens the show revealing that today (we think) marks the 30 Year Anniversary of KFAN! KARE 11's Dave Schwartz joins to review the Olympics. Jonny Athletic makes his weekly appearance covering the Wolves, Vikings and Olympic basketball teams.
Dan Barreiro opens the show revealing that today (we think) marks the 30 Year Anniversary of KFAN! KARE 11's Dave Schwartz joins to review the Olympics. Jonny Athletic makes his weekly appearance covering the Wolves, Vikings and Olympic basketball teams.
Erin Tucker is Executive Director of On Our Own of Charlottesville, a peer led recovery center celebrating 30 years of service. Furthermore, Erin has personal experience with mental health and substance use challenges. In this episode, Emily and Erin talk about how On Our Own helps customers balance mental health with Covid concerns. In addition, On Our Own partners with traditional and nontraditional mental health and substance use treatment organizations in the community. Listen and learn about the importance of peer support in recovery, the challenges of recovery, and how you can support similar recovery organizations in your community. Resources Mentioned: Uplift Thrift Store On Our Own Charlottesville Connect with Erin on LinkedIn Email Erin Tucker: Onourowndirector@gmail.com Connect with Emily on LinkedIn Onward Podcast episode on Anxiety Emily Harman Mental Fitness Program Onward Accelerator Coaching Program Onward: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Onward Movement Facebook Group | YouTube Schedule a Complimentary Coaching Call with Emily Soul Pajamas
In 1992, the Nova Scotia government set out to create an additional seat in the legislature for a representative from the Mi'kmaw community — but it's never been filled. Senator Dan Christmas, the first Mi'kmaw senator to be appointed to the Senate of Canada, talks about the history of Mi'kmaw representation in Nova Scotia politics.
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 148 Celebrating 30 Years of Gluten-Free Goodness with Jerry Bigam of Kinnickinnick Gluten Free Foods Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast, where you can listen in on how to lead a gluten-free lifestyle with more fun and ease! Travel Gluten Free gives you valuable information from finding a safe restaurant to knowing what food is safe to eat when you travel; I'll be with you every step of the way on your gluten-free journey. Lead your gluten-free life, don't let being gluten-free lead your life. Enjoy Food, Enjoy Travel, and Enjoy Life with your show host, Elikqitie! Jerry Bigam joins me today to chat about the history and development of his delicious and tasty line of gluten-free foods and gluten-free snacks. Jerry and Kinnikinnick have spearheaded many firsts in the world of gluten-free food, including the first food company to sell food from a company website and is currently the only family-owned gluten-free food company. Listen in to discover how Jerry grew the business to what it is today, how Kinnikinnick is celebrating their 30th anniversary, and the new gluten-free items they are producing for their anniversary celebration! Meet Jerry Bigam Jerry is a native Canadian whose wife was diagnosed with Celiac disease in the early 90s. With a lack of good gluten-free food, Jerry and his wife found Kinnikinnick and decided to purchase half the company. He took Kinnikinnick from a 3,000 square foot facility selling in Canada to a multinational gluten-free brand. You can find out more about the history of Kinnikinnick on their heritage page. Why Kinnikinnick? Kinnikinnick is the name for Bearberry, the favorite fruit of Canadian bears. Naturally high in Vitamin C, these bright red alpine berries are a vital food source that lasts the local bears through the winter. Native Americans prize them as well, using them in pemmican which is a nutritious mix of meat protein and fat that lasts for years, similar to beef jerky.. In Algonquin, Kinnikinnick also means ‘mixture', referring to its use with tobacco and believed to carry the smoker's prayers to the Great Spirit. Tea from the leaves is also used to treat urinary tract diseases and can help with obesity. History of Kinnikinnick In 1991, Ted Wolff and Gudrun Von Selzam moved to Canada from Germany. After stints working in health food stores, they came up with the idea of producing allergy-conscious foods for Edmonton's Farmer's Market. With Ted in charge of recipe development and Gudrun running the marketing department, Kinnikinnick was born! In 1992, Ted and Gudrun had enough of a following to open their first store, a tiny 250 sq ft space on Whyte Avenue. The following year, they expanded and moved to a 1,500 sq ft store selling made-from-scratch gluten-free creations as well as cookies and pasta. The little business with a big heart begins to boom, and so does their family with the arrival of daughter Robin. Ted and Gudrun doubled the size of their business by taking over the space next door and opening their doors as the first gluten-free restaurant café in Canada! Within a year, their constantly evolving line of buns and baked goodies are selling in health food stores in Canada. Lynne Bigam, their #1 customer, diagnosed with Celiac disease, is impressed with Ted and Gudrun's goodies. She and her husband Jerry decided to buy into the company and expand their focus on building new markets. The Premier Brand for Gluten-Free Snacks, Gluten-Free Desserts, and Gluten-Free Goodies! Kinnikinnick has been creating, developing, and distributing dozens of gluten-free foods to Celiac and others who cannot eat gluten-free. Their distribution is now worldwide, and gluten-free peeps can order their products to have them shipped anywhere in the world! Happy 30th Birthday Kinnikinnick! Kinnikinnick is celebrating its 30th birthday, and Jerry would like to offer Travel Gluten Free listeners a 10% discount when you use the code TravelGlutenFree at checkout! Order $55 or more and receive your discount when you checkout in your cart! Fill your cart with one of Kinnikinnick's new goodies, such as their new vegan and gluten-free chocolate chip cookies, their soft and fluffy hot dog buns, and their flatbread crusts. And remember to join their Summer S'mores competition where you can win BIG with Kinnikinnick by showing your summer s'more recipe made with their delicious gluten-free graham crackers! The Guide to Traveling Gluten Free Are you anxious about traveling with Celiacs Disease? Does the thought of getting sick on vacation worry you to no end? Unsure of what travel options are safe and how to choose a safe restaurant away from home for you and your children? The Guide to Traveling Gluten Free will walk you through the process of planning and enjoying your next gluten-free travel adventure! Take the guesswork out of how to travel, where to go, and how to eat safely when you follow the information in my guide. Whether you are celiacs or gluten intolerant, my guide will give you handy information to delight in your next vacation experience! Learn how to take a trip safely, what questions to ask when you are at a restaurant and which online tools and apps to utilize to find safe, dedicated gluten-free restaurants and food options. Find out what stores to shop at to purchase gluten-free food, determine if a restaurant is gluten-free or celiac friendly, and when you should walk out of a restaurant. 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Jim Roppel, founder of Roppel Capital Management, returns as a guest to share more lessons learned from over 30 years of following Bill O'Neil. Finding true market leaders is his passion and Jim makes sure he focuses on liquidity to find stocks that will have the stamina for big moves. He shares a few stocks he's watching right not like Cloudflare (NET), Dexcom (DXCM), Zoom Video (ZM) and Coinbase (COIN). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
This show is a special date in open source history: the one we share with Nick Vidal, creator and alpha maintainer of Open Anniversary. Through the whole show, Nick schools Doc Searls and Shawn Powers on the important timelines of major and soon-to-be-major open source movements, the cool ways those are being recognized, discussed and celebrated—and how, in the open source way, anyone can contribute new timelines, improvements to existing ones, and ways of celebrating their anniversaries. Hosts: Doc Searls and Shawn Powers Guest: Nick Vidal Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/floss-weekly Think your open source project should be on FLOSS Weekly? Email email@example.com. Thanks to Lullabot's Jeff Robbins, web designer and musician, for our theme music. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit
00:00-7:00 -- Aaron Rodgers bended the PACKERS over a barrel and I just don't understand why these franchises (both NFL and NBA) cater to these guys! 7:00-30:00 -- TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA leave the BIG 12 and I don't blame them or the SEC for this... conference realignment and what will happen due to the arms race that's forming.
This week's episode features Missouri based muralist Ray Harvey. I particularly liked this interview with Ray partly because we are only located a few hours apart and I like connecting with other midwestern artists, but also because Ray has this bluntness about him that's just a breath of fresh air. He delivered some tough love towards the end of this episode and I was here for it! We talked a lot about pride and how artists sometimes lead with their pridefulness instead of just looking at a situation as a business transaction. From working with artists for the past few years I've realized that they are either struggling to feel good enough or struggling to be humble enough to learn new things. It's very rare to find someone who just sees it how it is without emotion and is confident enough to take criticism, learn from it, and not let it get to them. Who cares if someone doesn't like your art. Ray doesn't! I think you're going to really like his point of view on the profession of being an artist. It was unexpected but refreshing to hear how he doesn't put himself on the artist pedestal that we all are probably guilty of at some point but rather views being a muralist as a job. Let me know what you think of this week's episode with Ray Harvey. www.RayHarveyArt.com www.ArtistAcademy.co
This is Episode 117 of The Changed Physician Podcast where the hosts interview couple, Akaisha and Billy Kaderli about their decision, journey and lessons from retiring over 30 years ago when they were in their 30's. Timeline: 01:00 Billy and Akaisha's life before retiring 04:00 The two years of planning during pre-internet 07:30 Figuring out the numbers to draw from investments 09:15 Making the physical transition to Nevus island amid Gulf War 11:10 Filling the time 14:00 Trip to Granada and Venezuela and the Western U.S. 17:00 Managing their things & setting up their “bases” 20:00 Monthly expenses—Vacationing versus Traveling 21:30 Spending Categories: Housing, Transportation, Tax Arrangements, Dining & Entertainment 22:00 Learning languages while traveling 23:30 Their love of food, physical adventures, and geo-arbitrage 25:00 What people should know about their lifestyle (compounding, freedom, etc.) 26:20 Why some people have trouble retiring 28:00 How retiring can be so different from the lives of most physicians 30:00 Having faith, facing fears, and being okay with the discomfort of change 32:00 The challenges along their way & the cost of working 34:20 Why they did not tell anyone until the last minute before retiring 35:30 Challenging others' belief systems 36:00 Their productive lives (without boredom) 37:40 Putting themselves out there as introverts 39:30 Figuring it out as they go; no perfect time and no guarantees 41:10 What do all your friends and family say now about your 30+ years of retirement 43:00 Medical care and insurance in other countries versus the US 44:40 Passport, residency, and taxes 51:10 Internet home base You can learn more about retiring and the Kaderli's at RetireEarlyLifestyle.com. You can contact Billy and Akaisha at firstname.lastname@example.org Their eBook Store: https://retireearlylifestyle.com/book-store.htm Their newsletter subscription page: Subscribe REL Newsletter Their home page: https://retireearlylifestyle.com/ Their Mentors Subscription Page: https://retireearlylifestyle.com/aaa/retire_lifestyle_mentors.htm Learn More About the Community at:
Christopher Lochhead is a co-author of one of the top 1% selling business books of all time (Play Bigger), the host of the #1 business podcast on all of Apple, co-author of a top 15% newsletter on Substack (Category Pirates), and the self-proclaimed "Godfather of Category Design," a discipline that has completely transformed my life.Given that success, I was SHOCKED with Lochhead told me that for 30 years only 20% of people he worked with bought into his methodology, and that he thought he was destined to "be the old guy at the bar mumbling to himself about how no one listened."As a guy that believes he's unlocked a new bulletproof methodology for business growth, myself, I had to pick his brain about how he endured, what changed, and what he would do if he was me.What ensued is a conversation I'll never forget. Lochhead is a real hero of mine, and I feel very fortunate to have been able to host him on the show.Connect with Christopher Lochhead!Read Play Bigger (my all-time favorite business book) Listen to Follow Your Different or Lochhead on Marketing (two of the top podcasts on my rotation)Subscribe to Category Pirates (the only email newsletter I've ever opened and read religiously. It's like the Harvard Business Review... for pirates)On Linked In: HEREConnect with ME! Also, I'd love it if you connected with me on LinkedIn or Instagram. Or shoot me an email at email@example.com with the "Heard B2BCB Lochhead" in subject. This that's a genius email address? Me too, but I didn't come up with it. It was the idea of my good friend, and super talented web designer, Nathan Ruff. If you want your website redone, updated, and managed with unlimited updates for just $250/month (CRAZY GOOD DEAL RIGHT??), go to Manage My Website and hookup with one of the smartest, most talented guys I've ever met- THE Nathan Ruff.Support the show (https://connectwithpablo.com)
"Deeply, deeply, disturbing." This is how Alma's Katsu's book, The Hunger, was described by Stephen King. Ok, I'll repeat that, that's how her book was described by Stephen King, author of Carrie, The Shining and Misery! The Hunger was based on the infamous Donner Party trip of the nineteenth century, but her most recent book, Red Widow, turns to intelligence and espionage - something Alma knows rather a lot about having spent over thirty years at the NSA and the CIA. Since leaving the intelligence community, Alma has settled into life as an award-winning and bestselling author (with a side-gig as a technology forecaster!). Want some tips on writing your own book or want to know how the NSA and CIA compare? You'll need to listen to find out.
Belated as it may be, the Modi government's decision to permit commemoration of the 34th anniversary of IPKF operation has sent a reassuring message. ----more---- Read the full article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/ipkf-heroes-were-ignored-for-30-years-they-are-finally-getting-their-due-under-the-modi-government/702743/
The Itch is still on vacation! But even so, we've got some nu content for you... nu metal content, that is. After appearing on our Jimmy Eat World episode a few weeks back, our friends from Podioslave invited us to join them for an episode on those early 2000s sounds that we're so fond of. Join us as we spin the famous Wheel of Nu Metal and see which bands wind up on our own Mount Rushmores! Also, in between our guest swaps, Podioslave had a chance to interview Aaron "P-Nut" Wills of the mighty 311. As a shout out to them, and to 311 as one of the ultimate sounds of Summer, this week we're revisiting last year's episode celebrating 30 years of the Omaha Stylees! Enjoy! And if that's not enough hyperlinks for you, check out our updated New Rock Roundup playlist, and then connect with us! itchrocks.com Twitter.com/itchrocks Facebook.com/itchrocks Instagram.com/itchrocks firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you so much for listening. If you like what you hear, please subscribe and leave a positive review and rating on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser to help our audience grow. If you don't like what you hear, please tell us anyway to help our skills grow. Our theme song "Corrupted", is used with permission from the amazing Skindred. All other content is copyright of The Itch. All rights reserved, including the right to rock on.
Steve Moskowitz is the founding partner of Moskowitz LLP, A Tax Law Firm. Their tax law firm represents individuals and businesses in tax controversies and disputes, tax litigation, international tax planning, criminal tax defense, tax investigations, offshore banking matters, and tax collection resolution.He has been a tax attorney for more than 30 years. He has made it his personal mission to help business owners, or individual clients, successfully resolve tax issues that go on with their lives. He has extensive knowledge of tax law and a desire for swift and vigorous defense and decades of experience with tax authorities and in the courts. He has unusual perceptive judgment in assessing the best way forward and the right resources to achieve resolution.In our conversation, we discussed:Diversification and be liquid with it with the investmentOvercoming false beliefsTax Deferral StrategiesConnect with Steve Moskowitz:Website: moskowitzllp.comLove the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Capital Gains Tax Solutions Community today:capitalgainstaxsolutions.comCapital Gains Tax Solutions FacebookCapital Gains Tax Solutions Twitter
Writer and director John Singleton's 1991 debut film “Boyz N the Hood,” centered on the coming of age of a Black man in South Central Los Angeles named Tre. Played by Cuba Gooding Jr., Tre learns lessons about Black manhood, cyclical violence and gentrification from his father, played by Laurence Fishburne, and his neighbors, with standout performances by Ice Cube and Morris Chestnut. Some critics called the film the cinematic equivalent of N.W.A.'s music, from which it draws its title, for drawing attention to the high mortality rates of and mainstream apathy to the plight of those residing in majority-Black neighborhoods in 1990s Los Angeles County. We'll talk about the characters, moments and themes from the film that have stayed with us, three decades later.
In this episode, I talk through thinking about things in 30 year increments, not 30 day increments. Last month, I was feeling super stressed about work. Quotas, deals, running 2 podcasts simultaneously. Then I wrote myself a note... A blue sticky note that reads: "30 Years, Not 30 Days" Don't put too much weight on the emails and calls that seem so important in the short term. Focus on the long game. Building skills, relationships, and habits that will benefit you. We'll all face peaks and valleys. The best are able to stay even keel enough to last. Play the long game this week. This podcast is brought to you by Postal.io, A Curated Experience Marketing Platform that Helps You Cut Through the Noise. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to grow this show and find the best guests possible for you. Follow The Podcast: Apple/Spotify: Millennial Sales Twitter: @TommyTahoe Instagram: @TommyTahoe YouTube: TommyTahoe Website: Millennialmomentum.net
Are you a frustrated recreational landowner? Have you been owning land for years without success or implementing the hunting industry standards without improvements? What do you have to show for in all your years, time, and money? During this week, we take a look at the common pitfalls of land management. Where people place their time and energy is a good indicator of their ability to make serious land management changes. Our goal is to bring awareness to these common mistakes to avoid the long term landownership with limited success. Don't settle for what you have, been intentional with you management! Land & Legacy is Powered by Simplecast