Stephen Kellogg and Brett Newski (NEWSKI) discuss managing expectations, setlist engineering, maintaining longevity, playing Africa. More on Stephen: https://www.stephenkellogg.com/ More on the NEWSKI: https://newskimusic.com/ NEWSKI ON TOUR: 3/29 - YPSILANTI, MI - Ziggys 3/30 - HAMILTON, ON - Mill's Hardware 3/31 - TORONTO, ON - Horseshoe Tavern 4/1 - ELORA, ON - Elora Brewing Co 4/2 - BARRIE, ON - Queens Hotel 4/6 - STEVEN'S POINT, WI - UWSP Dreyfus Center 4/7 - MILWAUKEE, WI - Anodyne Walkers Point 4/8 - MANITOWOC, WI - Sabbatical Brewing 4/12 - CHICAGO, IL - Golden Dagger 4/13 - ST PAUL, MN - Turf Club 4/14 - APPLETON, WI - Appleton Beer Factory 4/21 - COLUMBUS, OH - Rambling House Series 4/22 - YOUNGSTOWN, OH - Westside Bowl 4/26 - NYC - Bowery Electric 4/28 - WASHINGTON DC - Pearl St Warehouse 4/30 - RICHMOND, VA - Hardywood Brewing 5/3 - ORLANDO, FL - Will's Pub 5/4 - ST AUGUSTINE - Sarbez 5/5 - WEST DESTIN, FL - Rock by the Sea Fest 5/6 - WEST DESTIN, FL - Rock by the Sea Fest 5/20 - HAVANA, IL - Havana Songwriters Fest (solo) 5/23 - SEATTLE, WA - Fun House 5/24 - BEND, OR - Old St Francis School 5/25 - PORTLAND, OR - The White Eagle 5/26-27 - PORT ANGELES, WA - JFFA Festival
Are you a real estate professional looking to improve your communication skills and build stronger relationships with clients? In this podcast, we'll explore the concept of active listening and how it can be applied to social media interactions. You'll learn the importance of fully engaging with your clients and paying attention to their needs, as well as how to use active listening techniques to better understand their perspective and build trust. We'll also provide practical tips and strategies for implementing active listening in your daily social media interactions. Tune in to learn how to take your real estate business to the next level through effective communication and active listening.Big thanks to WomanUP and the California Association of Realtors for allowing us to repost this interview done by Leslie Appleton-Young and Katie Lance.
Horace Fletcher is best known for starting a food fad in that came to be known as Fletcherism. This early 20th century fad involved, in part, chewing your food A LOT. Research: Bauerlein, Mark. "The Correspondence of William James. Vol. 3: William and Henry. 1897-1910." The Henry James Review, vol. 16 no. 1, 1995, p. 115-117. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/hjr.1995.0002. Crowninshield, Francis W. “Manners for the Metropolis: An Entrance Key to the Fantastic Life of the 400.” New York. D. Appleton and Company. 1909. Via Babel Trust. https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.31175009622302 Feltman, Rachel. “Fact: Horace Fletcher became a millionaire lifestyle influencer by telling people to chew as much as possible.” Popular Science. 4/26/2021. https://www.popsci.com/story/science/weirdest-thing-fletcherism-wawa-genetic-testing/ Fleissner, Jennifer L. "Henry James's Art of Eating." ELH, vol. 75 no. 1, 2008, p. 27-62. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/elh.2008.0001. Franklin, Deborah. “Chew, Chew, Chew!” NPR. 7/13/2009. https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2009/07/chew_chew_chew.html/ Kean, Sam. “Disappearing spoon: Chewing it Over—and Over and Over and Over.” Distillations. Podcast. 5/4/2021. https://www.sciencehistory.org/distillations/podcast/chewing-it-over-and-over-and-over-and-over "Horace Fletcher." Dictionary of American Biography, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1936. Gale In Context: U.S. History, link.gale.com/apps/doc/BT2310013484/GPS?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-GPS&xid=e3d11c0e. Accessed 13 Dec. 2022. Levenstein, Harvey A. “Revolution at the Table: The Transformation of the American Diet.” Berkeley : University of California Press. 2003. New York Times. “HORACE FLETCHER DIES IN COPENHAGEN; Dietetics Expert Was Originator of a System for Proper Mastication of Food. HIS EXPERIMENTS AT YALE Official Food Economist Taught ‘Fletcherism' to 8,000,000 Starving Belgians During the War.” 1/14/1919. https://www.nytimes.com/1919/01/14/archives/horace-fletcher-dies-in-copenhagen-dietetics-expert-was-originator.html Temple, Holly Eliza. “Repast: Horace Fletcher, the Original Food Faddist.” This Is Mold. 5/21/2021. https://thisismold.com/profile/repast/repast-horace-fletcher-the-original-food-faddist Walthausen, Abby. “Fletcherizing Was the Juicing of the 1890s.” MyRecipes. 2/13/2018. https://www.myrecipes.com/extracrispy/fletcherizing-was-the-juicing-of-the-1890s Roach, Mary. “How Many Times Should You Chew Your Food?” Adapted from Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal. Slate. 4/10/2013. http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/medical_examiner/2013/04/excerpt_of_mary_roach_s_gulp_how_many_times_should_you_chew_a_bite_of_food.html Fletcher, Horace. “Menticulture; or, the A-B-C of True Living.” Chicago. A.C. Mcclurg & Company. 1895. Fletcher, Horace. “Happiness as Found in Forethought Minus Fearthought.” New York. Frederick A. Stokes Company. 1898. Fletcher, Horace. “That Last Waif, Or, Social Quarantine: A Brief.” New York. Frederick A Stokes Company. 1898, 1909. Fletcher, Horace. “The New Glutton, Or, Epicure.” New York. Frederick A Stokes Company. 1899, 1903. Fletcher, Horace. “A.B.C. of Snap Shooting.” San Francisco. Published by the Author. 1880. Fletcher, Horace. “The A.B.-Z. of Our Own Nutrition.” New York. Frederick A Stokes Company. 1903. Fletcher, Horace. “Fletcherism: What It Is, Or, How I Became Young At Sixty.” Frederick A. Stokes Company. 1913. Chittenden, Russell H. “Physiological Economy in Nutrition.” Popular Science Monthly Volume 63 June 1903. https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Popular_Science_Monthly/Volume_63/June_1903/Physiological_Economy_in_Nutrition Chittenden, Russell H. “Physiological Economy in Nutrition.” Popular Science Monthly Volume 63 June 1903. “The Influence of Diet on Endurance and General Efficiency.” Popular Science Monthly Volume 71 December 1907. https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Popular_Science_Monthly/Volume_71/December_1907/The_Influence_of_Diet_on_Endurance_and_General_Efficiency Chicago Tribune. “New Orleans Celebrites.” 3/29/1896. https://www.newspapers.com/image/349889192/ The Courier-Journal. “Horace Fletcher, Famous Dietician, Never Grew ‘Old' Because He Knew How One Should Live.” The Courier-Journal. Louisville, KY. 6/22/1919. https://www.newspapers.com/image/118906814/ The Times-Democrat. “French Opera Debt.” New Orleans Times-Democrat. 3/27/1894. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zack Fischmann (Marmalade Mountain) and Brett Newski (NEWSKI) chat about Zacks vagabond years on hitchhiking tours, getting abducted, hopping trains, busking in NYC subways and more. More on Marmalade Mountain: https://marmalademountain.bandcamp.com/track/nothing-i-can-say-w-rachel-goodrich Support the pod: https://www.patreon.com/Newski NEWSKI ON TOUR: 3/29 - YPSILANTI, MI - Ziggys 3/30 - HAMILTON, ON - Mill's Hardware 3/31 - TORONTO, ON - Horseshoe Tavern 4/1 - ELORA, ON - Elora Brewing Co 4/2 - BARRIE, ON - Queens Hotel 4/6 - STEVEN'S POINT, WI - UWSP Dreyfus Center 4/7 - MILWAUKEE, WI - Anodyne Walkers Point 4/8 - MANITOWOC, WI - Sabbatical Brewing 4/12 - CHICAGO, IL - Golden Dagger 4/13 - ST PAUL, MN - Turf Club 4/14 - APPLETON, WI - Appleton Beer Factory 4/21 - COLUMBUS, OH - Rambling House Series 4/22 - YOUNGSTOWN, OH - Westside Bowl 4/26 - NYC - Bowery Electric 4/28 - WASHINGTON DC - Pearl St Warehouse 4/30 - RICHMOND, VA - Hardywood Brewing 5/3 - ORLANDO, FL - Will's Pub 5/4 - ST AUGUSTINE - Sarbez 5/5 - WEST DESTIN, FL - Rock by the Sea Fest 5/6 - WEST DESTIN, FL - Rock by the Sea Fest 5/20 - HAVANA, IL - Havana Songwriters Fest (solo) 5/23 - SEATTLE, WA - Fun House 5/24 - BEND, OR - Old St Francis School 5/25 - PORTLAND, OR - The White Eagle 5/26-27 - PORT ANGELES, WA - JFFA Festival
Protect Your Retirement W/ A Gold. IRA https://www.sgtreportgold.com/ Noble Gold is Who I Trust ^^^ The death panels established under Obamacare are here - they are the white coat killers who are now able to issue DNR orders on ANY Covid patient they desire to kill, without consent. Welcome to the Hunger Games. Scott Schara whose young daughter Grace was murdered by a "doctor" at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Appleton, WI joins me to discuss the evidence. WATCH this episode HERE: https://rumble.com/v262460-death-panels-and-white-coat-killers-scott-schara.html
Kankakee Podcast is presented by, Puter Pros, Digital World Design, and Stitch Prints in Bradley. Learn more at myputerpros.com, digitalworlddesign.com. and stitchprints.com. Episode 80: Believe it or not, The Greater Kankakee Airport used to offer passenger service from 1968 to about 1970. During those two years or so, Air Wisconsin provided the public with flights to O'Hare, Wausau, Appleton and other airports. Unfortunately, not many Kankakee area residents took advantage of the flights that were being offered and passenger service through Air Wisconsin ended in mid 1970. Jack Klasey of the Kankakee County Museum shares this aviation story with us, along with several others, on this episode of Kankakee Podcast. Upcoming events at the Kankakee County Museum: -Alan Hampshire Art Show - En Plein Air Painting in the Pandemic Churches in Kankakee - Now - 2/25 -The Breakfast Club - a Children's Book Club - 1/28, 2/25, 3/25, 4/22 -Date Night at the Museum - 2/11 -"The Secret Life of Postcards" Book Club & Meet the Author Event - 2/18 Learn more at https://www.kankakeecountymuseum.com/ and follow @kankakeecountymuseum on Facebook and Instagram. Read Jack's weekly local history column in The Daily Journal: https://muckrack.com/jack-klasey/articles Thank you for always sharing your historical knowledge with us on the podcast, Jack! Much Love, Jake LaMore P.S. Support the podcast for as little as $1/month: https://patron.podbean.com/kankakeepodcast
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring GreenCounty; https://www.wicounties.org/counties/green-county/ The Cabin is also presented by WCA's Group Health Trust; serving local governments and schooldistricts, the WCA Group Health Trust partners closely with members to fulfill their employee healthbenefit obligations in a fiscally responsible manner. Learn more here; https://bit.ly/3JMizCX Campfire Conversation: Wisconsin's winters and love of winter sports make it a terrific place to get onyour ice skates. The state does, in fact, have several gold medal-winning Olympians who are native tothe state and trained here. That includes the Pettit National Ice Center in West Allis, an official Olympictraining center. Eric showcased the Pettit and Slice of Ice in Milwaukee's Red Arrow Park, which offers awarming house and Starbucks amidst downtown splendor. Eric, Ana, and Matt discussed a number ofoutdoor skating venues, which include Green Bay's Hy-Vee Plaza at Titletown; The Plaza in Neenah;Monona Bank RiverRink in Monona; The Edgwater Hotel's beautiful outdoor rink along with TenneyPark's rink in Madison; Wenzel Family Plaza's newer outdoor rink in Marshfield; Mill Street Pond inPlymouth; and Minocqua Winter Park in Minocqua. Indoor facilities were also showcased in Baraboo,Chippewa Falls, Appleton, DePere, Superior, Lake Delton, and Janesville. You can even skate on amaintained section of Lake Superior between Bayfield and Madeline Island when conditions allow!We certainly didn't have time to cover them all, so you can find a very comprehensive list of rinks acrossthe state here: http://www.sk8stuff.com/utility/lister_rinks.asp?stap=WI Wild Eagle Lodge; located in the mecca for winter recreation and sports, Eagle River. Enjoysnowmobiling, ice fishing, winter kayaking, winter hiking and more, just steps from your door. Rightnow, you can use the code “SAVE10DWWR” to get 10% off your stay through December 31, 2023. Findout more at WildEagleLodge.com! Best Western; When you're ready for your next adventure, they're ready to welcome you throughout 40Wisconsin locations. There are 10 in the state's south central region alone, five of which are pet-friendly! Plus, with their Best Western rewards program never expires; https://bit.ly/3zCCK3f Marshfield Clinic; All of Us Research Program; https://bit.ly/3klM56E
Matt Smith of Thai/Brit rock n roll band The Standards chats with Brett Newski (NEWSKI) about getting arrested in Bangkok, living in Thailand, touring Vietnam, bribing cops, weirdest drug deals, moshing in Borneo, & most dangerous shows. Hear the Standards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jf-dhv9XyW8 Support the pod: https://www.patreon.com/Newski NEWSKI ON TOUR: 3/29 - YPSILANTI, MI - Ziggys 3/30 - HAMILTON, ON - Mill's Harbor 3/31 - TORONTO, ON - Horseshoe Tavern 4/1 - ELORA, ON - Elora Brewing Co 4/2 - BARRIE, ON - Queens Hotel 4/6 - STEVEN'S POINT, WI - UWSP Dreyfus Center 4/7 - MILWAUKEE, WI - Anodyne Walkers Point 4/8 - MANITOWOC, WI - Sabbatical Brewing 4/12 - CHICAGO, IL - Golden Dagger 4/13 - ST PAUL, MN - Turf Club 4/14 - APPLETON, WI - Appleton Beer Factory 4/21 - COLUMBUS, OH - Rambling House Series 4/22 - YOUNGSTOWN, OH - Westside Bowl 4/26 - NYC - Bowery Electric 4/28 - WASHINGTON DC - Pearl St Warehouse 4/30 - RICHMOND, VA - Hardywood Brewing 5/3 - ORLANDO, FL - Will's Pub 5/4 - ST AUGUSTINE - Sarbez 5/5 - WEST DESTIN, FL - Rock by the Sea Fest 5/6 - WEST DESTIN, FL - Rock by the Sea Fest 5/20 - HAVANA, IL - Havana Songwriters Fest (solo) 5/23 - SEATTLE, WA - Fun House 5/24 - BEND, OR - Old St Francis School 5/25 - PORTLAND, OR - The White Eagle 5/26-27 - PORT ANGELES, WA - JFFA Festival
Status Epilepticus is one of the most common pediatric neurologic emergencies and requires prompt, targeted treatment to reduce patient morbidity and mortality. On this podcast, Pediatric Critical Care Physician, Dr. Renuka Mehta, Pediatric Resident Physician, Dr. Yvonne Ibe, and medical student, Emily Austin will discuss management for status epilepticus and rapid interventions that can be potentially lifesaving—because in seizure management, time is brain. FREE CME Credit (requires sign-in): Link Coming Soon! Thank you for listening to this episode from the Department of Pediatrics at the Medical College of Georgia. An additional thanks to Dr. Lorna Bell, Dr. George Hsu, and Dr. Rebecca Yang who provided editing and peer review of today's discussion. If you have any comments, suggestions, or feedback- you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Remember that all content during this episode is intended for educational purposes only. It should not be used as medical advice to diagnose or treat any particular patient. Clinical vignette cases presented are based on hypothetical patient scenarios. Thank you for your support! References: Alldredge, B. K., Gelb, A. M., Isaacs, S. M., Corry, M. D., Allen, F., Ulrich, S., Gottwald, M. D., O'Neil, N., Neuhaus, J. M., Segal, M. R., & Lowenstein, D. H. (2001). A Comparison of Lorazepam, Diazepam, and Placebo for the Treatment of Out-of-Hospital Status Epilepticus. New England Journal of Medicine, 345(9), 631–637. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMoa002141 Chamberlain, J. M., Kapur, J., Shinnar, S., Elm, J., Holsti, M., Babcock, L., Rogers, A., Barsan, W., Cloyd, J., Lowenstein, D., Bleck, T. P., Conwit, R., Meinzer, C., Cock, H., Fountain, N. B., Underwood, E., Connor, J. T., Silbergleit, R., Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trials, & Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network investigators. (2020). 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The theme of the J Term this year is financial aid, and we continue that by bringing you the extended interview with Ryan Gebler, Director of Financial Aid at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. In addition to the great conversation we dropped a few months ago, we also discuss the seeming shift in perspective where students in the "financial aid donut hole" used to be a pressing topic of conversation in a way that is not true now. We also go all in on answering the question of whose responsibility is it to change the story: state and federal governments, families, or individual institutions. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/adlunchcast/message
Eric McFadden (Sgt Splendor) & Brett Newski (NEWSKI) discuss touring in the circus, getting shot at, weird Japan tours, playing France, reasons to be optimistic about the world. More on Eric: https://ericmcfadden.com/ Support the pod: https://www.patreon.com/Newski NEWSKI TOUR: 3/29 - YPSILANTI, MI - Ziggys 3/30 - HAMILTON, ON - Mill's Harbor 3/31 - TORONTO, ON - Horseshoe Tavern 4/1 - ELORA, ON - Elora Brewing Co 4/2 - BARRIE, ON - Queens Hotel 4/6 - STEVEN'S POINT, WI - UWSP Dreyfus Center 4/7 - MILWAUKEE, WI - Anodyne Walkers Point 4/8 - MANITOWOC, WI - Sabbatical Brewing 4/12 - CHICAGO, IL - Golden Dagger 4/13 - ST PAUL, MN - Turf Club 4/14 - APPLETON, WI - Appleton Beer Factory 4/21 - COLUMBUS, OH - Rambling House Series 4/22 - YOUNGSTOWN, OH - Westside Bowl 4/26 - NYC - Bowery Electric 4/28 - WASHINGTON DC - Pearl St Warehouse 4/30 - RICHMOND, VA - Hardywood Brewing 5/5 - WEST DESTIN, FL - Rock by the Sea Fest 5/6 - WEST DESTIN, FL - Rock by the Sea Fest 5/23 - SEATTLE, WA - Fun House 5/24 - BEND, OR - Old St Francis School 5/25 - PORTLAND, OR - The White Eagle 5/27 - PORT ANGELES, WA - JFFA Festival
Special Intro: Billy West - the voice of Fry from Futurama Film at 11: Avatar: The Way of Water (2022) Book IT: Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us (2011) by Daniel H. Pink App-etite: Philips Hue lights Scroll With IT: The Music director for KZ104.3 in Appleton, Wisconsin joins us to talk about Weird AL Radio. Join us as we read Light From Uncommon Stars (2021) by Ryka Aoki at the end of January 2023. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/tms1323
It's Sunday 1st January 2023, and in the first pod of the new year we are discussing the ‘Pool just about getting a point against the high flying Black Cats at Bloomfield Road this afternoon, a result which extends our run without a win to nine games, four points from a possible twenty-seven and see's further pressure mount on manager, Michael Appleton. #blackpoolfc #sunderland SEASIDE SEVEN The line up seems like one big middle finger to the support. Grimmy dropped, Yates left out… Good first half. Fast and incisive football. Put pressure on and maintained it for spells. Best we've played since when? (Is Poveda the greatest player on earth?). Lavery composed finish and cool through ball from CJ. Sunderland second half switch - Did they go to 3 at the back and put extra in middle Sloppy seconds - For the second game running, sloppy misplaced passes throughout the match. Whats the cause of this? Players or coaching? Sunderland onslaught - How many chances did Sunderland have. Hit bar twice, mad scramble that somehow stayed out. Marv as goalie almost twice… Tailors dummy - Second half totally overrun in midfield, Appleton just stood there watching it happen, did nothing to affect change. Does he watch the same game as us? Why not stiffen midfield? Booooo Appleton or ref booed? Seemed to be laughing when the booing started but I thought it aimed at ref. SUPPORT If you would like to help support our show and help us pay for software, hosting, equipment, etc., please consider joining our Patreon supporter program. In return, you'll get extra content, early releases, access to our private Patreon WhatsApp chat group and the odd giveaway now and then. To find out more go to: https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod FOLLOW You can follow us on the following platforms: YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/@seasiderspod TWITTER https://twitter.com/seasiderspod WEBSITE https://www.seasiderspodcast.co.uk/ FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/seasiderspod PODCASTS APP https://podfollow.com/seasiders-podcast
Hello and welcome to Secure The Insecure hosted by Johnny Seifert.On this episode you will hear from Kavos Weekender star Lucy Appleton who talks about joining the show, how she found her fame on Tik Tok and her mental health journey.You can watch Lucy on Kavos Weekender on ITVX and ITV2 on Tuesday nights.If you enjoy the episode please leave a five star rating and a review with a five star rating.If you want to contact Johnny he is on social media @johnnyseifert and @securetheinsecurepodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
James Appleton of the 46 of 46 Podcast and I wrap up the 2022 year by talking about the journeys we have both been on in the outdoors this seasons and what changes we've made to our lives during that time. Buy a Knife from Malone Knives: https://bit.ly/3VmikEh Learn More Here: https://46of46.com Get 10% off Absolute Aid Products: https://bit.ly/3px2Jnt Discount Code: APTITUDE10 Buy me a coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/Aptitudeoutdoor More Aptitude Outdoors here: https://bit.ly/2YLp82N
Leo, Balky and Alex roll on for the football season getting you ready for Week 17 of the NFL season! We take your calls and tweets to get you ready for the weekend of NFL Football. The guys also pick their studs, busts, and pickups of the week!
BREAKING NEWS EMERGENCY PODCAST KZ1043 has done the unthinkable and gone 24/7 “Weird AL” Right after we presented our favorite moments of 2022, the universe gave Steve a gift. On December 27, 2022 They switched the format of WKZG radio in Appleton, Wisconsin to all “Weird AL.” You can listen to it all across the US right now at https://www.kz1043.com/ The Station's Music Director, Eddie joins us with the Breaking News Show Notes: https://bit.ly/tmsweird22
Leo, Balky and Alex roll on for the football season getting you ready for Week 16 of the NFL season! We take your calls and tweets to get you ready for the weekend of NFL Football. The guys also pick their studs, busts, and pickups of the week!
On this week's PreserveCast, we are talking with Christopher Oakley from UNC Asheville about his research behind solving the number 1 question guests at the Gettysburg National Cemetery ask. “Where did Lincoln stand [during the Gettysburg Address]?” Join us while Oakley takes us through the intense analysis of 19thcentury photographs with today's technology & 3D modelling software. Christopher Oakley is an associate professor of New Media and teaches courses in animation and the history of animation at the University of North Carolina in Asheville. Christopher is also an animator and director with over 25 years of experience in the film, television, commercial and game industries. After several years working as a stop motion animator and director on commercials and CBS' Pee-wee's Playhouse, Christopher was recruited by Walt Disney Feature Animation to work on their pioneering computer-generated film Dinosaur and other projects. After moving to Asheville, NC, Christopher animated "Into the Groove" for Madonna's Sticky and Sweet world tour. Christopher has a life-long passion for history and has spent much of that time researching Abraham Lincoln. In 2013, Christopher launched an undergraduate research endeavor titled "The Virtual Lincoln Project." Together with his students, Christopher created a photo-real, digital Abraham Lincoln and brought him to life delivering the Gettysburg Address. The discovery was featured in Smithsonian Magazine ("Will the Real Abraham Lincoln Please Stand Up") and went viral worldwide. In addition, Christopher's blending of 19th Century analog materials with 21st Century digital technology has helped him pinpoint the size, shape, and location of the speaker's stand from which Lincoln delivered his Gettysburg Address. Christopher's reveal of that location at a recent gathering of The Lincoln Forum in Gettysburg was featured on the front-page of the New York Times. Christopher received his BFA in Theatre from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin and his MFA in Film from Columbia University in New York City. Learn more: www.christopheroakley.com
Madison based musician Jay Moran has been a part of the Wisconsin music scene for decades. He has written and performed in many projects over that time, including Emmettsville, The Know it All Boyfriends, The O'Bros and Steely Dane just to name a few. In 2022, Jay released an album called "Funnel Head" under the name Emmett Jaymes. He just released a new single called "Love Ain't Money". Jay joined us for an hour long live interview on Code Zero Radio's Fox Cities Core. Listen to the new album here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0VoSVS6gPT0t8tOoOG3Ky4?si=fTwqqMloT7mSNlogOgI-uw Code Zero Radio is an independent streaming rock station broadcasting out of Appleton, WI. Listen on the website or anywhere using your smart speaker. If you'd like to support what I'm doing consider buying me a coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/FoxCitiesCore --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/foxcitiescore/message
#InternationalPodcastDayEpisode #512 with Laura Barry & Andy KonkleSince launching The Best Practices Show many years ago, it is still going strong. And to celebrate International Podcast Day, Kirk Behrendt brings in two amazing ACT team members, Laura Barry and Andy Konkle, to share and reflect on some of the most valuable and life-changing advice they've ever received. Not only will their tips help you in life, but it will also help greatly in your business! To continue hearing the best information to build a better practice and better life, listen to Episode 512 — and all future episodes — of The Best Practices Show!Episode Resources:Laura's email: email@example.com Andy's email: firstname.lastname@example.org The ACT Team's social media: @actdentalSubscribe to the Best Practices Show PodcastJoin the To The Top Study ClubJoin ACT's Master ClassSee our Live Events Schedule hereGet the Best Practices Magazine for Free!Write a Review on iTunesLinks Mentioned in This Episode:Kolbe: https://www.kolbe.comMain Takeaways:Surround yourself with the right people.Figure out what you're good and bad at early on.Lean into your core values. It will simplify everything.Life is difficult. Don't try to do everything on your own.Every situation is “flippable”. Choose the better attitude.Quotes:“Surround yourself with great people, and don't try to be good at things that you're not good at.” (4:30—4:34) -Kirk“Finding out what you suck at is really important, in life and in business. And I would suggest, do that as fast as possible.” (7:43—7:49) -Kirk“In a business, when you start to realize what you're good at, and you spend more of your time doing what you're good at, and you surround yourself with people that are good at the things you suck at, that makes your life better.” (8:03—8:16) -Kirk“I think [ACT puts] great intention in getting the right people together. I had worked for a former company — and I say this all the time — I would still be there if it hadn't been for an acquisition. But they were big on the right fit. It was an IT consulting firm. So, obviously, you have to be IT savvy, which I wasn't. But then, they went for the cultural, ‘Do these people fit what we believe in?' That was many, many moons ago, and we still have gatherings. We had an office in Madison, Appleton, and the Milwaukee area, and we can still get a good 20-plus people together for a mini reunion. That showed how solid, and the intention in gathering the right people to accomplish whatever your business goals were. And I think [ACT] does the same thing.” (12:12—13:01) -Laura“For me, I was at the same place for over 20 years. And for many of those years, I thought it was a great culture fit. We got along. Everybody in my area seemed to be striving for the same goals:...
My close friend Al Quackenbush, The SoCal Bowhunter, returns to the podcast to finish the conversation that Aaron Ritter and I started last week. Having formed quite the bond over the last year, I was excited to get Al's take on all the happenings of a busy and fruitful 2022.Quackenbush returned to Wisconsin for HHAUSA Mission 20 in Appleton July 9th and 10th in what turned out to be an impactful weekend for so many. Connecting with Ritter in Chicago and making the short drive to Appleton to meet up with myself and Jeff Litteral, Al elaborates on just how special that weekend was for the Fab Four. The few short days we spent together went by too fast but the fellowship and memories made quickly became the highlight of the year for each of us. Good food, great conversation, plenty of archery (thanks Old 45 Archery and Twin City Rod and Gun Club) and a few pair of Hey Dudes made it hard to say goodbye on Sunday.Two months later, Al and I would connect again, this time in Nashville for an archery shoot on 9/11. An invitation from Logan White, co-owner of The Archery Den in Franklin Tennessee, led to another weekend that will live forever in my mind and the fortunate few that we spent time with. Chad Stillman, Josh Vegors, and Ira Dean joined us for a dinner and an evening for the ages. It was one of the most profound conversations that I have ever been a part of. Five guys from different walks of life sat around a table, shared their stories and lives were changed. Self-subscribed talkers, Al and I did a lot of listening that night, something that we both have wanted to get better at over the past year. We laughed, we cried and a handful of hours later, left better men than when we came. With limited hunting opportunities in Southern California, Al returned to his home state of New York in early October for a week of whitetail hunting with his family. Trying out his Latitude Outdoors Tree Saddle for the first time, he came learned a few things and with two does in the freezer to boot. His brother was able to harvest a buck Al had been targeting and it was a great week of hunting that put his archery and saddle skills to the test.Early November would reunite Santa and The Pirate once again, this time in Nebraska for a deer hunt as the rut was kicking in. While Al wasn't able to close the deal, Aaron took his best buck to date and the two friends were able to enjoy that special moment in the Navy Veteran's hunting career together.With the calendar ready to flip to 2023, our talk turned to early January and another reunion for the three amigos in Indianapolis at the Archery Trade Association Show. It will be the first time attending for Quackenbush and Aaron's second ATA. I very much look forward to seeing my friends again, knowing great memories will be made and more importantly, that God will be on the move, providing us more opportunities to touch lives through the sport of archery. I'd say that's a great way to kick off the New Year!To connect with Al Quackenbush, you can find him on Facebook and Instagram and visit his page at https://socalbowhunter.com/For more information about HHAUSA and how you can support our mission, visit www.hhausa.orgTo purchases HHAUSA hats, shirts, challenge coins and tumblers, visit www.hhasports.com
On this week's episode Falon starts us off on the intriguing case of Victoria Prokopovitz who disappeared without a trace on April 25, 2013. Her husband, James, was the last person to see her alive and was very suspicious about the whole matter. Falon goes over each bullet point on why he raises so many red flags. Mims then talks about the missing person's case of Kerry Aileen O'Brien Krueger and all the red herrings and rabbit holes associated with it. At the top of the episode Falon talks about the suspect that was arrested in the 34 year old Appleton cold case of Betty Rolf. Mim's then delivers the guilty verdict that was passed down by the jury on the Matthew Beyer's case. Sources: https://www.fox6now.com/news/burlington-missing-person-new-clues https://madison.com/news/state-and-regional/crime-and-courts/investigators-still-looking-for-kerry-aileen-o-brien-krueger-a-burlington-woman-who-disappeared-33/article_2c4cc72a-7aab-554d-9f76-efcd6df113eb.html https://charleyproject.org/case/kerry-aileen-obrien-krueger https://www.wimissing.org/post/kerry-aileen-o-brien-krueger https://charleyproject.org/case/victoria-lynn-prokopovitz https://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/story/news/crime/2021/05/26/pittsfield-homicide-prokopovitz-sentenced-wife-still-missing/5137438001/ https://www.wearegreenbay.com/news/local-news/woman-charged-in-brown-county-disappearance-of-victoria-prokopovitz-dies/ https://wcca.wicourts.gov/caseDetail.html?caseNo=2019CF000716&countyNo=5&index=0&mode=details Kelly Aileen O'Briend Krueger - Tommy Sharrett at Phone number: 262-886-8493 or Email: TommySharrett@racinecounty.com - Anyone with information but wishing to remain anonymous can contact Crime Stoppers of Racine County by phone 1-262-636-9330 or 1-888-636-9330
Melissa Briggs, an expert in Hebrew, will talk with us about the Hebrew word, Adonai Tzidkenu. Melissa is an experienced Hebrew teacher passionate about making the language of the Scriptures accessible to everyone. Born in the USA, Melissa studied Hebrew in Jerusalem, then taught in England for over a decade. She now lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and two children. She loves helping students to achieve their goals of reading the Bible in the original language or learning to converse in Modern Hebrew. Pastor Mike Novotny also joins the morning show to give us insight into his book When Life Hurts: How to See Through Suffering. Pastor Novotny takes us through the book of Job to help us build a framework for when we suffer. Pastor Novotny has served God's people in full-time ministry since 2007 in Madison and, most recently, at The CORE in Appleton, Wisconsin. He also serves as the lead speaker for Time of Grace, where he shares the good news about Jesus through television, print, and online platforms.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This exceptional episode features musician Carter Hulsey. An Appleton favorite, a Joplin native, a Nashville resident and all around awesome guy; Carter breaks down his recent music, reflects on some older stuff, and opens up about life over the past few years. He dives into getting music published after becoming sober with the song "When You Were Around" and walks us thru the creative process of fan favorite "NPR". Carters music is featured throughout the episode, including a live track from his October concert in Appleton, provided by Todd Van Hammond! You can also catch up with Steve Main, area Music enthusiast who host house concerts. Steve shares some of his history with Carter, including having Carter play at his house show. Its all here, its all good, so take a listen!
Episode 91: With the current events in the United States surrounding the issue of Abortion and the new Federal statues, we decided to weigh in on this particular issue from a Hebraic standard. We are joined by LeKisha Appleton, who provides a fresh perspective and insight from a woman's position. (225) FTF Sound of the Shofar FTF Sound Of The Shofar - YouTube Information on First Tabernacle Fellowship can be at found at: www.firsttab.org
Jane Appleton joined us last year for a recital of her story, The Yellow Tricycle l, and we are delighted to welcome her back again with another story. This one is another winner - the story of the Reverend Mr Ambrose, priest by day, and by night.....something altogether different. You'll see. Thanks to Linda Sheppard and Stephen Parkes for their always invaluable help. Feel free to write to us at email@example.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hallowedhistories/message
Tread Merrily continues with The Facts of Life episode called "It's A Wonderful Christmas." When Beverly Ann feels underappreciated by the girls, she wishes she never came to Peekskill. But it just so happens Santa Claus is hanging out at the center and grants her request. Now forgotten by Blair, Natalie, Tudy, Jo, Andy, and Pippa, she watches helplessly as their worlds implode because she wasn't there to do a handful of innocuous things for the girls and one vitally important thing for Andy. Will it be enough for her to reconsider her words or will she be forced to return to Appleton, Wisconsin? Paul and Cory Cross the Streams' Paul Pakler returns for another Facts of Life episode. He immediately proves to be a big Frank Capra fan. Justin tries to figure out why he has warm feelings for the series. A Saturday Night Live sketch proves to be worthy of praise. Justin considers the three well-written 1980s sitcoms. 80s fashions are, of course, critiqued. Paul provides a surprising defense of the episode as a Christmas special. Justin's experience working in commodities proves useful. Paul notes the falling stakes of the program overall. Pippa proves to be a difficult addition and the actual shape of Mrs. Garrett's home/gift shop comes into question.
On this episode, Nick O'Brien talks with full time musician, singer-songwriter Kal Schimmers! Kal grew up watching his family around him playing music, and soon began pursuing music form an early age. Growing up in Appleton, Kal was influenced by all the wonderful music venues and events that the city has to offer.Find more info about Kal at:https://linktr.ee/KalSchimmersCheck out more about TMV Podcast at www.themusiciansventure.com, @themusiciansventure on Facebook and Instagram, and @MusicianVenture on Twitter.
THE THESIS: A hospital murdered his daughter? Grace's daddy, Scott Schara joins us. Based on what Scott shared, I fully believe Grace was murdered with Covid protocals as the murder weapon. Covid Hospital Protocols bribe hospitals to do things that kill people. The blind and terrified allegiance to “the system” is ungodly and must be confronted with care centers created under God and outside the Pharma-Insurance-Paperbully continuum. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: Exodus 20:13You shall not murder. Thou Shalt Not Lie: 14 Bible verses about lying and deceitTHE NEWS & COMMENT:Parents organize protest in front of Appleton hospital to raise awareness of Grace Schara's deathThis article describes the mechanism by which Scott says St. Elizabeth's Hospital was able to keep his daughter against their will Do You Have the Right to Leave the Hospital When You Want To?
Psychics Melt a Celeb Chef's Brains, a OUIJA Attack, A Beatle Seance, Dead Alien Tomb Unearthed, NASA says we are most likely Alone in the Universe, The Colonel reviews Next Exit! The boys are back at it, Dave, Eric, Marty & Greg share some head scratchers and laughs, and Dave needs to know, "Whatcha gonna do when Daveamania Runs All Over You!?"All that PLUS the return of Paranormal Karen with insights on OUIJA, Crystals, and she wants to put the FUN back in Funerals!Visit Paranormal Karen here: https://www.karenrontowski.com/Follow her on TikTok: @RontowskiGo see Josh Gates Live in Minneapolis Nov 19: https://bit.ly/3AopizMGo see Josh Gates Live in Appleton, WI Nov 20: https://bit.ly/3EDxXRrSee Dave January 13-15 in California at The Fear Faire : www.TheFearFaire.comThe Paranormal 60 News with Dave Schrader - Hollow Moon, Dead Aliens & Martian Warnings EditionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Show Info & Link For Patreon: Heartlandpod.com"Change The Conversation"Adam Sommer - @Adam_Sommer85Our Wisconsin RevolutionAnders Hanhan is a college student living in Appleton. He is currently majoring in Political Science and Environmental Studies at Lawrence University. Originally from Saint Paul, Minnesota, after being activated by Bernie Sanders' run for president, Anders became involved with the Sunrise Movement and advocating for a Green New Deal in Wisconsin. He is particularly passionate about climate change issues as well as Medicare for All, and labor rights. Anders is excited to help Our Wisconsin Revolution's endorsed candidates and particularly interested in building the organizations power by getting more strong voices into local elected offices. Our Wisconsin Revolution is about making Wisconsin a true democracy — with a government & economy that are of, by and for the people.Shake up the system. Challenge the establishment. Stand for progressive principles. Work for fundamental change. Fight for the working class. Join us.Our Wisconsin Revolution is a homegrown movement started here in our state by people living here. OWR's formation was inspired by Bernie Sanders' run for president in 2016 and his call for a political revolution, and is part of a national movement. Our name connects us to that national movement of people all over the country supporting a new generation of progressive leaders and empowering millions to fight for progressive change and transforming our political and economic systems to once again be responsive to the needs of working families.Our Wisconsin Revolution is about countering money power with people power. It's about revolutionizing our politics by mobilizing the power of organized people against the reckless abuse of power by rich elites. We're sick of what's happening in this country and this state, where public life has been coarsened and corrupted by a swarm of greedy, rules-rigging, billionaire takers. We believe our state and nation can be set right by organized citizen action. Our goal is to do everything we can to make Wisconsin a democracy—with a government and an economy that are of, by, and for the people.
C.J. Sullivan recaps his 3-2 week and explains why the NFL trade deadline is not a thing. He brings his paper and passion analysis from a box in Appleton, WI. C.J. detonates 5 new bombs for TB/LAR, CAR/ATL, MIN/WAS, LVR/JAX, and SEA/AZ! His analysis includes the need for insincere apologies, Community theater defensive celebrations, Byron Allen "Cooooming up next" to own the Commanders, the awful American returning from studying abroad, and IG influencer coaches! All this and a Man in the Box segment about the power abuse of flight attendants. C.J.'s picks with bits are for tobacco use only! ===================================================== SGPN FREE SURVIVOR POOL - https://play.runyourpool.com/sgpn SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Join Sleeper and get a 100% deposit bonus up to $100 - https://sleeper.com/sgp Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp | OddsTrader.com/bluewire Follow The Sports Gambling Podcast On Social Media Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast Follow The Hosts On Social Media CJ Sullivan - @CJSullivan_ Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit ===================================================== Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Host Cash Levy sets a trap in the woods, desperate to catch a guest for his podcast. He manages to snag none other than comedian T.J. Miller (Yogi Bear 3D, former Radioshack employee) for a discussion about ex-girlfriends, bad coffee, and real Italian pizza, like the kind made in the leaning tower. Watch T.J.'s latest stand-up special, Dear Jonah, free on youtube. T.J.'s Upcoming Live Shows Nov 3-5 | Appleton, WI @ Skyline Comedy Club | Tickets Nov 10-12 | Jacksonville, FL @ Comedy Zone Jacksonville | Tickets Nov 13 | Mobile, AL @ Alabama Music Box | Tickets Cash and T.J. Together Nov 18-20 | San Jose, CA @ San Jose Improv | Tickets ------ 12.5 Fan Promo Spots by... Musician James Cursio, Tomorrow's Forgotten Relics EP VpinHub, Virtual Pinball Community Luc1f3rB0b on Twitch @ twitch.tv/luc1f3rb0b ------ Advertisers contact: firstname.lastname@example.org ------ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Recorded on the road to their next show, Cash tells the story of his Hollywood Bowl sneak-in and reveals his secret to the perfect family photo. T.J. reminisces about rocky mountain oysters and doesn't know where New Hampshire is located. Watch T.J.'s latest stand-up special, Dear Jonah, free on youtube. T.J.'s Upcoming Live Shows Oct 20-22 | Washington, DC @ DC Comedy Loft | Tickets Nov 3-5 | Appleton, Wi @ Skyline Comedy Club | Tickets Cash's Upcoming Live Shows Oct 28-29 | Sacramento, CA @ Laughs Unlimited | Tickets ------ 12.5 Fan Promo Spots by... VpinHub, Virtual Pinball Community Luc1f3rB0b on Twitch @ twitch.tv/luc1f3rb0b Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices