We start a new segment celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Beach Boys' That's Why God Made The Radio album that we'll spotlight throughout the year. Plus, Beth Riley brings a deep track from them in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break. We drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox to hear a great rockin' selection of the week. We pay tribute to Michael Nesmith with a tune from The Monkees that he wrote and did lead vocals on. We also have some killer tunes from Rapt In Blue, The Surf Raiders, The El Caminos (covering The Surf Raiders), Brian Wilson, Tiki Riot, The Desolate Coast, The Ventures, The Hondells, The Breakers, Del Sotos, El Castillo, Magnatech and The Avocados. Intro music bed: "Catch A Wave"- The Beach Boys The Avocados- "Flipside" El Castillo- "Double Tap" Tiki Riot- "Savages" The El Caminos- "Wave Walk'n" The Surf Raiders- "Curl Rider 84" Michael Nesmith- RIP (December 30, 1942 - December 10, 2021): The Monkees- "Sunny Girlfriend" The Desolate Coast- "The Punk Stole My Raffle Ticket" Laramie Dean- "Space Beat" Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break: The Beach Boys- "That's Not Me" Follow "Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break" HERE The Ventures- "Slaughter On 10th Avenue" (live in Seattle, WA) Magnatech- "Surf, Gentlemen!" Del Sotos- "Reverboard" The Breakers- "Afternoon Moon" 10th Anniversary Celebration of The Beach Boys- That's Why God Made The Radio The Beach Boys- "Think About The Days" The Beach Boys- "That's Why God Made The Radio" Jammin' James Jukebox selection of the week: Dick Dale- "Del-Tone Rock" Brian Wilson- "Slightly American Music" Rapt In Blue- "Bramble Bay" The Hondells- "He Wasn't Coming Back" Outro Music Bed: Eddie Angel- "Mustang"
Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas begin the day discussing the signings that the Mets made this past week when the 2022-2023 international free agent period began. The team highlights who the Mets signed, the impact that their signing will have on the minor league system, and the impact that their signing will have on their individual lives and that of their families. Following that, the team continues their discussion of the Amazin' Avenue Mets Top 25 Prospects list. This week, they go over prospects 9 through 5, OF Alexander Ramirez, OF Nick Plummer, OF Khalil Lee, RHP JT Ginn, and RHP Matthew Allan. Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In part one of this two part episode, Goz is joined by Joe Calderone of Capital Region SportsNet Topics include Growing up in the Capital Region Why he wanted to get into the sports media field Securing internships and early part time jobs The story of the unexpected on-air debut First professional jobs in radio/TV How we landed his dream job Getting There With Goz is brought to you by Jared Lozier of Northeastern Insurance. If you are looking to save money on your business, car, or more call Jared today at 518-956-3753. Johnstone Supply in Troy has been serving the Capital District since 1945 for all your HVAC needs. For all heating, air conditioning and ventilating needs call Johnstone Supply at 518-272-5922. Or visit them in person at 2600 6th Avenue in Troy, NY. Did you enjoy the podcast? Shop now at the Gozilla Media merch store. https://gozilla-media.apparel.elevation10k.com/
Welcome back to A Pod of Their Own, a show by the women of Amazin' Avenue where we talk all things Mets, social justice issues in baseball, and normalize female voices in the sports podcasting space. This week, we begin with a short discussion of the one bit of Mets news that there is to speak of: the rounding out of Buck Showalter's coaching staff. Next, we spend the bulk of the show talking about David Wright's memoir The Captain, written by Anthony DiComo of MLB.com in conjunction with Wright. Finally, we wrap things up with Walk-off Wins, where each of us talks about what's making us happy this week, baseball-related or otherwise. You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen through the embedded player below. You can follow A Pod of Their Own on Twitter (@apodoftheirown) and you can also follow our co-hosts on Twitter: Allison McCague (@PetitePhD), Maggie Wiggin (@maggie162), and Linda Surovich (@LindaSurovich). And you can find Kellyanne Healey in the Amazin' Avenue comments (LaRomaBella). You can also email the show at email@example.com. Look for A Pod of Their Own in your feeds every Wednesday and don't forget: there's no crying in podcasting! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Would you like to give input on the East Bank? Metro Parks will give you that chance. One sight on Tennessee roads left drivers speechless with what they saw a truck hauling on the highway. Plus, new development along Hermitage Avenue may begin to redefine Donelson's path to Downtown Nashville.Become a subscriber! Visit us at https://www.patreon.com/nashvilledailyTake a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursTEXT US: 615-392-1358Today's Sponsors: Screened ThreadsUse the Code "NashvilleDaily" for 10% off online and in-storehttps://screenedthreads.com/Blessed Day Coffeehttps://www.blesseddaycoffee.com/Use Code "XPLR20" for 20% off at checkoutNash NewsMetro Parks To Hold Public Meetings On Planning New Riverfront Parkhttps://www.wsmv.com/news/davidson_county/metro-parks-to-hold-public-meetings-on-planning-for-new-riverfront-park/article_40661f22-74bf-11ec-8e47-eb842e209c35.html?style=horizontal_sliderFeast your eyes on the world's largest cast iron skillet weighing 14,000 lbs. in Tennesseehttps://fox17.com/news/local/feast-your-eyes-on-the-worlds-largest-cast-iron-skillet-weighing-14000-lbs-in-tennesseehttps://www.instagram.com/p/CYrQGwNPjAo/Development NewsReshaping North Nashville: 10-story development proposedhttps://www.wkrn.com/special-reports/nashville-forward/reshaping-north-nashville-10-story-development-proposed-in-germantown/https://nashvillenownext.com/2022/01/17/10-story-mixed-use-development-proposed-across-from-kroger-near-germantown/Planned condo/townhome community connects downtown and Donelsonhttps://www.tennessean.com/story/money/real-estate/2022/01/09/planned-condo-townhome-community-connects-downtown-and-donelson/9027491002/Nashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASHWebsite - https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnashInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nashNASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.orgArtists can submit songs to be featured here https://forms.gle/mtkxUCFds7g9e2466
Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. This is episode 151, and unlike Bacardi 151, From Complex To Queens will not be discontinued. Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas look back at some other discontinued drinks in Promote, Extend, Trade. After, the team goes over some minor Mets minor league news regarding a certain 16-year-old Dominican outfielder/infielder who has a very famous brother. Following that, the team continues their discussion of the Amazin' Avenue Mets Top 25 Prospects list. This week, they go over prospects 16 through 10, RHP Dominic Hamel, RHP Adam Oller, OF Jake Mangum, RHP Eric Orze, RHP Calvin Ziegler, C Hayden Senger, and INF/OF Jaylen Palmer. Lastly, the Wilponery of the Week. Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Imagine a famous celebrity showing up on Instagram, sharing how much they love your product or service. With so much noise online, finding ways to grab attention without expensive Facebook Ads is priceless marketing juice! But where do you get started? How do you find the right influencer to boost up your name brand recognition? On Amplify Your Success Podcast episode 266, fashion designer Sarah Shaw joins me to talk about how to land celebrities and influencers who can get more eyes on your products. Join the Amplify Your Authority Facebook Group to learn more strategies to stop being a best-kept secret and stand out as an industry go-to authority. Key Takeaways [5:06] Credibility is more important than ever, and celebrities can provide that “borrowed” trust in the market. [6:46] How to find the right celebrities and influencers to promote your products. [11:10] Why it pays to be good with your follow up. [13:54] The difference between celebrity endorsement and influencer marketing (and what to vett an influencer for to make sure it's a good fit.) [20:10] How to leverage an Amazon store with your promotional campaign. [22:24] The best way to leverage celebrity endorsements if you have a service. [27:54] Sarah's surprising “bold move” that propelled her business into 6 figures quickly. About the Guest Sarah Shaw is a fashion entrepreneur, product designer and business coach. With her 20 years of experience - and 6 companies under her belt - Sarah has built a treasure trove of secrets for launching your line, getting your products into stores and boutiques, getting your products to A-List celebrities, and getting massive publicity in order to grow her companies quickly. Sarah's products have been in over 1,200 stores and boutiques across the country, including Anthropologie, Nordstrom, Barney's, Henri Bendel, Fred Segal, Neiman Marcus, Saks 5th Avenue and Bloomingdales. She's also appeared in the pages of almost every major fashion and lifestyle magazine, including InStyle, People, US Weekly, Lucky, ELLE, WWD, Marie Claire and the O-List. She's been on tv shows like Access Hollywood, Extra and the E! network. And she's been interviewed for Entrepreneur.com, Forbes.com and American Express' OPEN Forum. Sarah is the Founder & CEO of Sarah Shaw Consulting, where she teaches product designers and fashion entrepreneurs how to launch, market and sell their products into boutiques, get media placements and gift celebrities. Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Get Access to Sarah's FREE Resource: Celebrity Access Blueprint Get Access to my 7 Step Plan to Get Booked, Get Leads and Get 5 Figure Clients when you join my Amplify Your Authority FB Group.
From the Archives: This episode is a specially recorded reading of the full text of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail". This reading is a collaboration featuring the voices of 17 faith leaders representing over a dozen faith communities from across Oklahoma. We hope this reading invites us to grapple with the work that is still left to do and to consider the role our faith communities can play in the ongoing struggle with racial justice.
Colton Dunn (Superstore, Blockers) joins Paul, Jason, and guest co-host Jessica St. Clair (The Deep Dive, Avenue 5) to discuss the 2017 disaster film Geostorm starring Gerard Butler. Recorded live from Los Angeles at Largo at the Coronet, they talk about Gerard's accent, Andy Garcia's pen acting, the real life car Geo Storm, and Mr. Bean in space. GEOSTOOOOOORM! For more Matinee Monday content, check out Paul's Youtube pagehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ikagk-WhC-YFor upcoming HDTGM info visit https://www.hdtgminfo.com/HDTGM Discord: discord.gg/hdtgmPaul's Discord: https://discord.gg/paulscheerCheck out Paul and Rob Huebel live on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/friendzone) every Thursday 8-10pm ESTSubscribe to The Deep Dive with Jessica St. Clair and June Diane Raphael here: listen.earwolf.com/deepdiveSubscribe to Unspooled with Paul Scheer and Amy Nicholson here: listen.earwolf.com/unspooledCheck out The Jane Club over at www.janeclub.comCheck out new HDTGM merch over at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hdtgmWhere to Find Jason, June & Paul:@PaulScheer on Instagram & Twitter@Junediane on IG and @MsJuneDiane on TwitterJason is Not on Twitter
Welcome to Amazin' Avenue Audio (The Show), the new/old favorite from Amazin' Avenue editors Chris McShane and Brian Salvatore. Amid the lockout, there is a little bit of Mets news. First up, the team announced that they will be retiring Keith Hernandez's #17 next summer. Brian and Chris discuss the import that Keith (and his mustache) have had on the franchise. Plus, we talk about the supposed return of an Old Timers' Day for the Mets. Next, we discuss the Mets' coaching hires and give a brief update on the CBA negotiations. Chris's Music Pick: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard: Live at Levitation ‘14 + ‘16 Brian's Music Pick: Various Artists - Trojan Explosion! You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen wherever you get podcasts. If you've got questions that you'd like us to discuss on the air, email the show at email@example.com. Make sure to follow the site on Twitter (@AmazinAvenue), as Brian (@BrianNeedsaNap). and Chris (@ChrisMcShane). And, until next time, Let's Go Mets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Goz is joined by CNY Central's Assistant News Director Jana Barnello. Topics include Why she selected Syracuse as her college Internship experiences that helped her career Landing her first on air job How networking created new opportunities Anchoring mornings in Maine Deciding to return to Syracuse Best advice for aspiring media members Getting There With Goz is brought to you by Jared Lozier of Northeastern Insurance. If you are looking to save money on your business, car, or more call Jared today at 518-956-3753. Johnstone Supply in Troy has been serving the Capital District since 1945 for all your HVAC needs. For all heating, air conditioning and ventilating needs call Johnstone Supply at 518-272-5922. Or visit them in person at 2600 6th Avenue in Troy, NY. Did you enjoy the podcast? Shop now at the Gozilla Media merch store. https://gozilla-media.apparel.elevation10k.com/
Magnus of Ministry Chaser Radio joins me to discuss the unique work he is doing in the realm of entrepreneurship and Christian ministry. He brings his insights into what he thinks is a big barrier to entry into ministry for a lot of 9-5 Christians and how he helping other to bridge that gap. This is only one of his enterprises as he also teaches on artistic preaching, he has a social media project to bring classical music to public consciousness, and also advises on Christian networking. This is a value packed episode. Enjoy. Classical MG Ministries Website https://www.classicalmgministries.com Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmTeSw2op1qLzcO3sswQnfA Link Tree https://linktr.ee/classicalmg Christ and Capital www.christandcapital.com Good Fight Outfitters Www.goodfightoutfitters.com All things Christ and Capital: ———————-SUBSCRIBE https://linktr.ee/Christ_and_Capital Merch https://www.christandcapital.com/apparel ———————————————————————————————— Music By: SUNDANCE Track Title: Persephone - Retro Funky Creation: SUNDANCE (Remix) My additions: clips from Jay Richards, Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Gary Vaynerchuk, Jeff Durbin, and Gary North.
To start the year off strong, we had to invite some talent that speaks for itself. From sounds that stretch from Boston's South End to Providence, we welcomed Avenue & Hil Holla as Ave's 2nd time on the platform but the first time as a collective. While we're familiar with their music, we dove into how the 2 MCs began working together and eventually released their collaborative EP "Two Sides of the Same Coin" which is exec produced by the Prince of PVD himself, Cam Bells. The 2021 project is a 5-track EP with sharp production, precise engineering and of course quality lyrics from the 2 artists. We also spoke about Avenue's latest release "Brownstones 2" which is the 2nd installment as an ode to the neighborhood he grew up in, and a short EP that keeps listeners wanting more. Join Charlie MaSheen, KASH, & Shanelle Shanté as we welcome Avenue & Hil Holla at the couch and have a real genuine conversation. We also had the RRR artists wrap up the podcast with another classic freestyle to a classic Wu-Tang beat! During the intro we touched on the topic of our cast being accused of bullying and we can't wait for yall to hear it! TAP IN!!! BE SURE TO CHECK OUT "TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN AND BROWNSTONES 2" OUT NOW ON ALL DSPs! CHECK OUT ALL OF OUR CONTENT: http://www.linktr.ee/CWTFBradio
Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. It's a new year and that means a new prospect list! Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas review the Amazin' Avenue Top 25 Prospect list, offering their personal opinions, insight, thoughts, and points of view. First up is RHP Robert Dominguez. After him, the discussion turns to RHP Levi David. After him, INF/OF Carlos Cortes. Following him, INF/OF Travis Blankenhorn. After him, RHP Junior Santos, Following him, RHP Brian Metoyer. After him, LHP Thomas Szapucki. Following him, LHP Josh Walker. And finally, last on today's discussion, RHP Jose Butto. Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tom and Hank recap the New York Giants and their Week 17 horror movie, falling to the Chicago Bears 29-3. Host of Intercept Your Lunch, Marti Joines, joins the show at 7:45pm to preview this week's season finale against the Washington Football Team and how they matchup against the Giants, as they head towards the 2022 offseason! Stick around for our keys to the game, players to watch and more! It's Big Blue Avenue Thursdays at 7pm on Facebook Live and YouTube @ReviewandPreviewSports!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
Philip and Caitlin are joined by Rev. David Wiggs and Rev. Dr. Gary Peluso-Verden to discuss how Christians might respond on the anniversary of the January 6 violence at the U.S. Capitol.
Welcome back to A Pod of Their Own, a show by the women of Amazin' Avenue where we talk all things Mets, social justice issues in baseball, and normalize female voices in the sports podcasting space. This week, we begin by discussing the first addition to Buck Showalter's coaching staff: new third base coach Joey Cora. In the second part of our Mets segment, we talk about what moves the Mets might make after the lockout, including perhaps trading for more starting pitching. In our baseball segment this week, we discuss the ousting of Ken Rosenthal by MLB Network and what this says about state media and journalistic integrity. Finally, we wrap things up with Walk-off Wins, where each of us talks about what's making us happy this week, baseball-related or otherwise. You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen wherever you get podcasts. You can follow A Pod of Their Own on Twitter (@apodoftheirown) and you can also follow all of our co-hosts on Twitter: Allison McCague (@PetitePhD), Maggie Wiggin (@maggie162), Linda Surovich (@LindaSurovich), and Kellyanne Healey (@ellarebee). You can also email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. Look for A Pod of Their Own in your feeds every Wednesday and don't forget: there's no crying in podcasting! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On the season two premiere, Goz is joined by Collin Taylor. Topics include Growing up in Indiana Walking on and earning a scholarship for Indiana football How he became an Arena Football player 2019 Albany Empire championship season Landing roles in films like The Dark Knight, American Underdog and more Cutoffs and Coffee podcast Best advice for young athletes Getting There With Goz is brought to you by Jared Lozier of Northeastern Insurance. If you are looking to save money on your business, car, or more call Jared today at 518-956-3753. Johnstone Supply in Troy has been serving the Capital District since 1945 for all your HVAC needs. For all heating, air conditioning and ventilating needs call Johnstone Supply at 518-272-5922. Or visit them in person at 2600 6th Avenue in Troy, NY. Did you enjoy the podcast? Shop now at the Gozilla Media merch store. For FREE shipping use the promo code GozillaFreeShip (offer expires 1/1/2022) https://gozilla-media.apparel.elevation10k.com/
Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. In Promote, Extend, Trade, Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas discuss who they'd want on their team between three very talented players who were all born on this date (two in the same year!). Next, the team discusses some international free agency news. After that, with the Amazin' Avenue 2022 Top 25 Prospect list dropping, Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas discuss some of the prospects that just missed making their own personal lists. And, wrapping things up, the Wilponery of the Week! Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. Premio sausages roasting on an open fire Jim Beam nipping at your nose Yuletide carols being sung by a choir And folks dressed up like Mr. Met Everybody knows the G.O.A.T. and some No-nos help to make the season bright Tiny tots with their eyes all aglow Will find it hard to sleep tonight They know that Sandy's on his way He's loaded lots of toys and goodies On his sleigh And every mother's Child is gonna spy to see if Reyes really know how to fly And so, I'm offering this Simple phrase to kids from One to ninety-two Although it's been said many times Many ways “Merry Metsmas to you” Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Taylor was 22-years-old when her body was found in an alley off 63rd Avenue in St. Petersburg on December 22, 2016. The medical examiner ruled her death homicide by asphyxiation. No one has been charged for her death.“She deserves justice for what was done to her. We deserve it, her girls deserve it, our family. Someone has to be held accountable one way or another,” said Bill McAllister, Taylor's father.about 1 year ago #death, #ed, #family, #fights, #for, #intaylor, #justice, #mcallister's, #opperman, #report
Taylor was 22-years-old when her body was found in an alley off 63rd Avenue in St. Petersburg on December 22, 2016. The medical examiner ruled her death homicide by asphyxiation. No one has been charged for her death. “She deserves justice for what was done to her. We deserve it, her girls deserve it, our family. Someone has to be held accountable one way or another,” said Bill McAllister, Taylor's father. about 1 year ago #death, #ed, #family, #fights, #for, #intaylor, #justice, #mcallister's, #opperman, #report
Sheryl Glick host of Healing From Within Interviews Deborah Gaal, author of Synchronicities on the Avenue of the Saints, a fictional tale of a woman told by a shaman to write a story to please the ancestors…a story of the indigenous world and modernity coming together to heal people, the earth or a story of bad medicine and good medicine. Deborah shares with us through a fictional work certain personal events in her own life that have lead to remarkable, miraculous healings. We will discover the theme of her novel or the coming together of modern and indigenous beliefs as a way to cure what ails us. Right now we all know we can use more than a little help. Of course, in all great stories there is a plot populated with heroes and villains. Deborah shares her imaginative but very wise rendering of how Spirit is guiding many intuitives to explore the wisdom of Spirit to improve the quality of life in these very challenging days of transformation. https://www.deborahgaal.com/ Learn more about Sheryl here: http://www.sherylglick.com/
Happy New Year from all of us at CWTFB Radio. 2021 has been an amazing year and we plan to reach new heights in 2022 with our team and honored guests. We will be reaching our 2nd year as a music podcast on January 4th and we're overwhelmed with the amount of support and relationships we've built thus far and are committed to the consistency and quality we've gotten you accustomed to! While the world fights an invisible threat, Covid-19, we also want to do our best to ensure the safety of our team and guests so we went the virtual route this week. We've never went live in Instagram within our 2 years so we thought what better way to bring in the New Year than spending it w/ our supporters and talk to some of the most talented people the city has to offer. Over 1000 people watched the live feed and we had an all star impromptu lineup of guests which included Shaykh Hanif, Stizzy Leftlane, BoriRock, Junior Mass, Dj Dex, Humbeats, Noble from The Museum TV, Last Days, Avenue, Lee Boy, and Amandi Music! The stream lasted for 3 hours as we discussed staying safe during the pandemic, what makes artists “Hot”, the Hip-Hop New England Top 50 Artist of 2021 list, the percentage of artists who are actually talented and SO MUCH MORE‼️ Hosted by the usual Charlie MaSheen, Shanelle Shanté and the eventually inebriated KASH, this was a great way to bring in the year! TAP IN‼️ CHECK OUT ALL OF OUR CONTENT: http://www.linktr.ee/CWTFBradio
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode features shocking violence and cruelty. We have timestamps below in the description so sensitive viewers can be aware. Of all the 1970 Sacramento serial killers we've covered, Richard Trent Chase is the most brutal. A schizophrenic whose delusion was that his blood was drying up, Chase was nicknamed the Vampire Killer because he drank the blood of his victims both animal and human. Listen as true crime author Kevin Sullivan tells the intense and horrific story of the Vampire Killer Richard Trent Chase. Trigger warning Timestamps: Animal Cruelty: 13:10-14:08 Infanticide 45:37-46:22 Shocking Violence/Infanticide 54:20-55:45
Welcome to Amazin' Avenue Audio (The Show), the new/old favorite from Amazin' Avenue editors Chris McShane and Brian Salvatore. Every week, Brian and Chris pick albums to recommend for your hours spent not watching or obsessing about the Mets, and once a year, they dedicate an entire episode to recommending some new music. This is that episode! Each host picks 5 albums they really enjoyed this year to cap off another year of new music. We've also put together a Spotify playlist so you can check out a sampling of the picks right here. Chris's Picks: Parquet Courts - Sympathy for Life Steve Gunn - Other You Amyl and the Sniffers - Comfort to Me Dinosaur Jr - Sweep It Into Space Mdou Moctar - Afrique Victime Brian's Picks: Aeon Station - Observatory Colleen Green - Cool SiP / Prezzano - Sip / Prezzano Lou Barlow - Reason to Live Low - Hey What You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen wherever you get podcasts. If you've got questions that you'd like us to discuss on the air, email the show at email@example.com. Make sure to follow the site on Twitter (@AmazinAvenue), as Brian (@BrianNeedsaNap). and Chris (@ChrisMcShane). And, until next time, Let's Go Mets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join us on Big Blue Avenue as we wrap up 2021! Tom and Hank recap the New York Giants and their dreadful Week 16 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, along with some of their favorite John Madden moments! Host of the Bear Down Girl Podcast, Katelynne Lener, joins the show to preview this week's important matchup against the Chicago Bears and shares her thoughts on Chicago's current Quarterback and Coaching situations! Stick around for our keys to the game, players to watch and more! It's Big Blue Avenue Thursdays at 7pm on Facebook Live and YouTube @ReviewandPreviewSports!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
The 2021 annual holiday annual award show spectacular features awards for the best of The Pedalshift Project in 2021. Who will win the Orange Pedal™ for best tour, best cycling location, and much more? Happy new year and see you in 2022! 2021 Holiday Award Show Spectacular Best tip Handling detours/closures (232) Scouting tour routes (234-236) Meal and snack strategies (251) Preventing bike theft (244)** Best guest Caleb Werntz (245) Sylva Lawrence (249) The Sprocket Podcast (264) ** Technical achievement awards include... Podcast production: Shifty the Elf Technical achievement award for motor vehicle conversion: The 2011 Buick LACROSSE! Best recording location Pennsylvania Oregon coast Avenue of the Giants, California ** Assateague Island, Virginia Best "Best Of" Must Carry Tools (128) Lessons from the Trans-AM (135) ** Fast forwards (093) Touring Alaska (120) Tour of the Year Green Goblin Retirement Tour ** Game of Chance Paw Paw Tunnel Bypass Clean-Up Tour Happy New Year and see you in 2022!
In this episode physical therapist and podcast cohost, Dr. Jenna Kantor talks about the highs, the lows, and everything in-between from the past year. We talk about: The effects of Covid-19 on life and the practice of physical therapy Online bullying in the physical therapy world Realizing the importance of friendship The mental shifts we experienced over the past year What we are looking forward to in 2022 And much more! More about Dr. Jenna Kantor: Jenna Kantor, PT, DPT, is a bubbly and energetic woman who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. She trained intensively at Petaluma City Ballet, Houston Ballet, BalletMet, Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, Regional Dance America Choreography Conference, and Regional Dance America. Over time, the injuries added up and she knew she would not have a lasting career in ballet. This lead her to the University of California, Irvine, where she discovered a passion for musical theatre. Upon graduating, Jenna Kantor worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years then found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life. Jenna was teaching ballet to kids ages 4 through 17 and group fitness classes to adults. Through teaching, she discovered she had a deep interest in the human body and a desire to help others on a higher level. She was fortunate to get accepted into the DPT program at Columbia. During her education, she co-founded Fairytale Physical Therapy which brings musical theatre shows to children in hospitals, started a podcast titled Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives, was the NYPTA SSIG Advocacy Chair, was part of the NYC Conclave 2017 committee, and co-founded the NYPTA SSIG. In 2017, Jenna was the NYPTA Public Policy Student Liaison, a candidate for the APTASA Communications Chair, won the APTA PPS Business Concept Contest, and made the top 40 List for an Up and Coming Physical Therapy with UpDoc Media. Jenna Kantor currently holds the position of the NYPTA Social Media Committee, APTA PPS Key Contact, and NYPTA Legislative Task Force. She provides complimentary, regularly online content that advocates for the physical therapy profession. Jenna runs her own private practice, Jenna Kantor Physical Therapy, PLLC, and an online course for performing artists called Powerful Performer that will launch late 2019. To learn more, follow Jenna at: Website: https://www.jennakantorpt.com/ Facebook Instagram Twitter Fairytale Physical Therapy Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here 00:00 Hey. Hey, Jenna, welcome back to the podcast for our annual year and Roundup, if you will. And I want to thank you for being a great addition to the podcast and for pumping out really amazing podcast episodes, you're great hosts, the energy is fantastic. And the podcast episodes are always great. So I want to thank you for that. 00:27 Oh, my God, you're so sweet. I like I was definitely not as much of a podcaster this year, I acknowledge that. But hey, listen, we've all been adjusting this year to pandemic and now pandemics still happening, but also recovery. And I'm just grateful to still be a part of this podcast in any manner to be in this interview right now. Because I really, you and I are very much on the same page regarding remaining evidence based and speaking to people that we respect in this industry, and also people that we want to see just rise and have great success. So I'm just grateful to be honestly, I am humbled to still be in the room here with you. 01:11 Thank you. That's so nice. So kind. Now, let's talk about this past year. So 2021, obviously dominated by the ups and downs of COVID, which is still going on as we speak. We're we're both in the northeast, so we're experiencing an incredibly high surge at the moment. So COVID is obviously a big story. And I think part of the COVID journey that isn't being talked about as much. But I think general public, certainly the mainstream media, are people now living with long COVID. It is just something that seems to be skimmed over. And we know that at least at least the bare minimum is 10% of people diagnosed with COVID will go on to have symptoms of long COVID. And instead of some of the studies that I have read recently, those percentages are much, much higher. So what I guess, what is your take on all of that? And what do you think we as physical therapists can do to keep this in the in the forefront of people's minds. 02:23 We discussed this before, but I think there's going to be bias within this. So I want to acknowledge that we all have our biases. That being said, I think we need to first acknowledge there was a phase where there was a part of the world that did not think COVID was real. So based on the research that is out there, and personal experience of a lot of people getting it, as well as personal friends very close personal friends working in hospitals in New York, specifically COVID is real. So I want to say that first. I'm not going to differ from that I really wish there I'm I think we're past that in the world. I think there was never a clear cut of like, Oh, I got it, I see that it's real. I was wrong. I would have liked that moment, because that hurt people in the process. But I just want to say that first. So COVID is real. Okay. Now, let's not belittle it. And I think in regards to the patient care. I think this, the reality of long COVID needs to be just as respected. Just like when you have a patient that comes in the door and says they're in pain, and you don't believe them. We need to stop that. So we need to believe them and their symptoms, and what they have and what it's from and treat it accordingly. Because if we go in the door to help out these individuals who are struggling with this, they're not going to get better. What are your thoughts? 03:59 No, I agree. I agree. And I've heard from people living with long COVID that people don't believe them even their own family members, people in who work in medicine, they don't believe them. So I think that's a huge takeaway that if as clinicians we can do one thing sit down Listen, believe because the symptoms that they're having are real. We did a couple of episodes on long COVID thing was back in August and spoke with three amazing therapists and they're all involved with long COVID physios so if anyone out there wants more information on living with long COVID I would definitely steer you to long COVID physio on Twitter and and their website as well. Because they're a wealth of knowledge. These are people living with long COVID their allies, they are researchers and I think they're putting out some amazing information that can help not just you as the clinician, but if you know someone that maybe you're not doing directly treating maybe it's a family member living with long COVID I think the more information you have, the more power you can kind of take back to yourself. 05:10 I love that. I love that. It's the biopsychosocial model. I mean to that I from working because I work specifically more with performers, the psychosocial component, my my patients, my people I call my people, my people would not be getting the results they're getting if I didn't have to deal with that, with them standing by their side, holding their hands helping them through and out of their pain. There's symptoms every day and this that goes for anything. 05:41 Yeah. And and we now know, speaking of performers that a lot of Broadway shows are being sort of cancelled, and then restarted and canceled and restarted because of COVID outbreaks within the cast. So this may be something people might think, Oh, I work with performers. I don't have to worry about long COVID Well, maybe you do. 06:01 Yeah. Yeah. And for them, it's the, from the performance that I'm in contact with on Broadway that, you know, it's I'm, I'm, I'm very connected. I've been in the musical theater industry for a very long time. So for the people who are on Broadway, the individuals I spoken to, they're doing okay, which I'm really, really grateful for. It is a requirement for the performers to be triple vaccinated, and now they're getting triple vaccinated. I know one performer on Broadway, who was about to get her booster shot, and then ended up getting COVID, which was quite unfortunate. She's doing okay, though. Grateful, no signs of long COVID Right now, but for the performers, you're talking about dance, there's endurance and breathing that is necessary. If the singers even if they're, they're not dancing, they still dance, they're still asked to do things, they still have out of breath, emotional moments, were breathing is challenged. So I'm just bringing up one component with long COVID. But that's, that's a big standout for performers specifically, that need, it needs to be kept out for them. I remember one time during, oh, goodness, during 2020. And it was the latter portion of the year. And I was doing virtual readings with performers. That's how I was staying connected with my my friends and people in the industry. And it was our way of being creative. In the meantime, while we're waiting for things to open back up. And one individual is she what I just cast her to read as the lead in the show, and she was so good. It was my first time hearing her perform first time meeting her. She was Outstanding, outstanding. And at the end of it, we were going around checking in with each other how we were doing and she started to cry and opened up about losses and her family due to COVID. And that she didn't think she would be able to sing like that again, because she had been dealing with her breathing problems for so long. And so then we all get emotional with her. I'm getting emotional just thinking about it. So yeah, it's it's a it's a real thing. We didn't have the vaccination then. So I'm interested to see statistically where we are at with long COVID with having the antibodies in our systems. Obviously, everybody is different, but I'm hoping that there's less of it because of the vaccine. 08:25 Yeah, time will tell right? Yeah, we have we need those data points. So aside from obviously COVID being, I think the biggest story of the year, certainly within healthcare and even within our field of physical therapy. What else have you seen over 2021? Or maybe it was in an interview you did or a paper you read that really stuck out for you as as a big part of the year you know, it made it's made it it made its mark for you. 08:58 Oh, I'm going to focus just on the PT community. And I want to emphasize with community I see our community at really, we've always butted heads there's always things that we butted heads on. But I'll just give the instance that really made me go whoa, I was in a room with a bunch of intelligent wonderful human beings and discussing something I said a term that I thought was really common especially because in the musical theatre industry. We are fighting for dei diversity, equity inclusion all the time. Like if this is a topic of conversation all the time. It is a huge thing in regards to casting what is visually out there the most at like the highest level and, and bipoc the phrase bipoc was unrecognized by a good portion of physical therapists in this room and I was disappointed Did I was it said so much it doesn't. It's not saying that a person is evil for not knowing no. And that is not my point. But it is a problem that it's not being discussed to the level where these common extremely common thing phrases are not just known. That just says a lot to me, because it's in regards to people getting in the door access and being reached, in lesser, lesser affluent areas, that to me, it shows that it's not being discussed, it's not being addressed. If it was, then bipoc would be, and this is just one instance. But I thought that was very eye opening. Because it's just like saying, I'm going to eat today, someone saying, I'm not going what you're not eating, I don't know. And that was a bad example. But just something that is or you wake up you breathe, that is how known the phrase bipoc. Same thing with LGBTQIA. Plus, in my community, like, for me to go into another room and for things to need to be defined. I know we all have different worlds. But I think as physical therapists, there, there's a disconnect, unfortunately, depending on wherever we are from, and we need to fix that. Because I can't live everywhere. I can't treat everyone in the world, I can't treat all the performers in the world, I don't want to I like having my niche practice and treating select individuals, and boom, my people do very well. And if it gets to a point that it starts to grow, I'm going to be passing them along because I don't want I don't want that I don't want it to be huge like that. And with that in mind, I need more people who know and therefore are our allies. To me, it's a lack of ally ship, of just not knowing the basic language. And I and I apologize to anyone who's listening on my intention is not to sound like a white savior at all. It's not. But with my limited knowledge at this point, I'm already seeing something that is really, really lacking amongst each other and we need to fix it. I don't know if it's books or I don't know, I don't I don't know the answer to that. But I'm just addressing that was that was the biggest standout thing for me this year. 12:27 And it for those of you who maybe are not familiar with the American Physical Therapy Association, they have what's called House of Delegates. So they had a meeting in September of this year during the APTA centennial celebration. And in that they did pass a resolution that the APTA would be an anti racist organization. Now, were you in the room when that passed? Jenna? 12:54 No, I was not in the room, I was actually there at the House of Delegates a bit discouraged this year, I know. i The fact that they were able to figure out any manner to put it on is is a feat to be had after 2020 20. However, the in person when you go and if you are not a delegate, which I was not this year, you can usually sit in the room, and just be in the back and listen, because the because of the space that they got in the way it was set up, there were chairs in the back of the room, but there weren't that many and it filled up. So they already preemptively set up another room where you could watch what was happening on a TV, which did not sit well with me. Because I could have stayed home instead of flying in for that. So I was definitely not in the room. I definitely was less present this year. Because of that I was I was bitter, I was bitter. I was bitter. I felt like I I already know you it's through elected and know who you know, to become a delegate, but I really felt disrespected and unimportant. Being in a separate room, watching from a TV rather than actually getting to be in the room because there are ways that they hold the meeting where you can stand up to say a point of order to speak on some points from the from the back of the room. And I just wasn't even going to wait to see how they figured that out. I just felt like not a not an important voice. So I wasn't present for that. But I do know about that. I think it's wonderful to get that on the docket. But the same thing when we voted in dei unanimously. How? 14:41 What comes next? You mean? Yeah, well, yeah. 14:45 What is the game plan? Because for me, I can say a sentence like that. But then what are the actual actions and that's where it's like, is that going to happen? Two years down the road three years. What are we at what are we actually doing? What are the measuring points and take action? and not meetings on it, not being hesitant on making mistakes. Let's make mistakes. Let's just go for it. That's the only way we're gonna learn. There's no such thing as a graceful change, no matter how hard you try, 15:11 right? Yeah, yeah, I agree. I think like you said, what comes next is? Well, I guess we'll have to wait and see what are the action steps they're going to take in order to create that and, and live up to the, the words of being an anti racist organization? Because it was passed overwhelmingly. 15:32 Right? And then I'm sure they applauded for it, you know, like, this is great. But to me, I think it's, I it's just like, okay, you know, like, what, but now what? Because from DJI and the I heard that they're trying in the battle in this behind the scenes, trying to move forward, but I have not seen action there. And maybe I'm missing something, you know, feel free to call me out Call me whatever. Like, I'm, I would love to be wrong. 16:07 Yeah, these big organizations are slow ships to steer. That's not any excuse whatsoever. But I understand there's a lot of layers that one has to go through to make things happen. As you know, you've been volunteering for the APTA for a long time. So you understand that, but I think a lot of people who don't don't, so that's why I just wanted to kind of bring that up and saying, like, yeah, it takes it takes a long effing time to get stuff done, you know? 16:33 Yeah. And I mean, you can hear it, I'm frustrated by I'm not, I'm not happy about it. And but it's, it's because of my friends, the conversations I have, and I, I'm, I'm lucky, I'm a sis white, stereotypical female. So like, the way the world has been made, and the way it caters to humans. It fits me, but it doesn't fit everyone and I'd like I can't imagine what it would be like to just be left out of a lot of things in everyday life. I think that's horrible. 17:05 Yeah, agreed. What else? What else do you think was a big something that you saw within the profession? Or even trends in health and fitness that might have really changed over this past year? For better or for worse? I can think of one I think and this is just my opinion that the the communication via social media has gotten a little too aggressive. Is that a nice way of saying it? Like I don't understand it, I don't get it. I took like a little break because I was Oh, can't say I was bullied because I feel like bullying. It's that sort of like you know someone is having like a sustained go at you. So I don't know 18:01 it's bullying is bullying. Yeah, bullying is bullying. That's the thing is that we have a lot of bullying that happens but then they gaslight you about their bullying. It's like Whoa, it's next. It's almost like a strategy. Like they're playing a game of Monopoly, and they have down how to win. Like, yeah, people barely there is a lot of bullying. 18:20 Yeah, a lot of bullying. A lot of threatening, like, I get like threatening DMS or people threatening me, you know, on their Instagram stories or whatever. For I can't imagine I look back at that interactions. And I'm like, I don't get it. 18:38 Yeah, I don't get it. Yeah. 18:41 So I and my first reaction was to like, when people will do this and be so aggressive as to send like a Taylor Swift GIF. Of her song, you need to calm down. And then I have to take a step back and be like, that's not gonna help the situation any. Right, right. Right. Don't do it. I just sort of back off. But I think because of that, bullying or threatening behavior, I've 19:05 really like I'll say it bullying continue. I've, 19:09 I've just like, for the past couple of months, I've really taken a backseat to any kind of social media just to like, give myself like a mental health break, you know, like meeting I don't comment on things. I might post some things here and there, but I don't really make any comments, unless it's to. And that's mainly and I'm going to say this because from what I can tell it's true, is it happens to be men in the profession who are a little more aggressive than the women, like women can seem to have a bit of a nicer conversation around whether it's a question or, you know, something, but when a lot of the men it's just become so like ego driven, that there's no resolution, and it's just mean. Mm hmm. And so I was like I need to take a break. So I saw a lot more of that this year. I don't know if it's because of lockdowns and because of a heightened sense of what's the word? Stress to begin with? And then yeah, or something else on top of it? I don't know. But I, I saw that this year, definitely for the worse, because I just think, gosh, if people outside the profession are looking in and watching these exchanges, what are they thinking? 20:28 Yeah, yeah, I've definitely seen it in sis males specifically. 20:33 Yeah, yeah. 20:34 I'm not it honestly. doesn't it's not a specific color of skin. But specifically sis males. 20:43 Yeah, I would I would agree with that. Yeah. 20:46 I have. I have experienced a little not not to the level, but I've definitely experienced that. And it's for 2021. And it's not okay. No, it's not okay. However, I ever look at it as a blessing. And this is where I get I love looking at it like this. Yes, please, please, thank you. Thank you for identifying that you have no space in my room, my shelf my space at all. I will not take advice from you in the future. And I will not heed any, any value to what you have to say, because of your willingness to chop me down. Thank you for identifying yourself. I'm now in the debate of blocking you from my mental health. And that's it. And that includes in person. That's it. That's it. And I really don't look as blocking as like, wow, for me, I'm going like, No, I don't want to know you. I don't want to know you. And my life is so much better because of it when I was at the PPS conference, because of just going No to the to the people I don't want to know and just saying like, just straight up like I like I don't need you, I don't need you. I want to be a service to people who need physical therapy period. So people are going to just, you know, find ways of you know, and spend their time writing some angry thing. Have that that's on them that's on them. Like I'm like, like, and if it and honestly I will likely block you. 22:18 I love that I love like you're you're it's not just that you're blocking the person. You're blocking the energy blocking the energy they're bringing into you and draining you down. So then you're not at your best well, or with your friends or loved ones patients, even with yourself. Yeah, you know, if you have to ruminate on these people. I love that. Yeah, it's not it's not just blocking you from social media, it's blocking the energy that you the the bad vibes, if you will, that you're Brown. And that affects you that affects your mental health that affects you emotionally. And it can carry through to a lot of other parts of your life and who needs that? Yeah, 22:59 and, and for anybody who's trying to saying like, I can a bully did it or like it. Okay, let's, let's look at it this way, when you're messaging an individual something, first of all, we all know this. When you write in text, everybody's going to interpret it with different tone. So as soon as you write in text, we all know this, and we're taking advantage of that fact. So that way, you can later go, oh, I said it in a nice tone, Bs when you're typing it, it can be in whatever freakin tone and you know what you're doing. Also, when you're not talking to a person, the only time you show up is to say something negative. Yeah, that's you're not your voice is not important. And you know, your voice isn't important. 23:39 It's so true. What I've actually seen is a lot of these, these kinds of people, they're not getting the attention they used to get. Mm hmm. Do you know cuz I think more people are of the mindset of like, I don't need this anymore. Like this was maybe this was funny. Maybe this was cute a couple years ago. Ah, not anymore. 24:01 And also I love I don't like having down moments, but we all have our down moments in our career and in our life. But I what I do love about the down moments in the career in life, the people who are around at that time, those are your friends, those are the people you want to know. So I love my moments in the PT world. When I'm in a down moment because the people who want to talk to me then those are the people I want to know. Whereas when I'm you know, can candidate for the private practice section, you know, which is awesome. And then people want to actually talk to me then. Oh, wait, I'm gonna wait and see when you know, I'm not that. Am I still someone you want to speak to? That is those are the people I want to invest time in. Those are the people I want to invest time in. I want to see you you do well and vice versa. I want to be able to get to know you as a human more and more and more. I just want the children Relationships, it doesn't mean I'm going to have time or you know, we're gonna have time to talk every day. But I want those true relationships. So for me, those downtimes, when I might not look the most graceful, I might be messing up or maybe not messing up. Maybe I'm actually making a change here speaking on something or getting people to think differently ever thought of that, you know? Awesome. Like, are you gonna be here to chop me down? Or just be here to have a conversation and having a conversation? Set up a phone call? If you really care? Like if you really could you don't? People don't care that Oh, reaching out, they don't care about you cannot be when they're reaching out to give feedback. Let's have a comfort. No, they just want to get into an attack mode. No, we No, no, don't try to decorate it. We know that's what's happening. And yeah, that were to town. There's enough going on. 25:52 Yeah, there's enough going on. And you know, this conversation really made me reflect on the past year, and I think what's been a good thing has been the deepening of good relationships. So like, nobody has time for that other, like bad stuff anymore. Like there's enough bad stuff happening. I don't have time for that. But what you do have time for is the relationships that are two sided, you know, a nice bilateral relationship that you're willing to invest in, and allow that relationship to come deeper and grow. And I feel like, you know, and like, you don't have to be friends with 1000 people, you know, you can be friends with a handful you can be friends with one person. And if that person, it's it's real and deep and meaningful, then isn't that wonderful? And I think years ago, I used to think, oh, the more 26:46 people you know, the better. Me too. Me too. 26:49 And now I think because of the upheaval of the last couple of years now, I'm really finding like, you know, I need like couple of good people that I can count on to have my back to, like you said, lift you up when you need to, and maybe to like, give you the honest truth when you need it as well. Right? Exactly. So I've been really, really happy that over the past year, I've made some really nice deeper connections with people than the physical therapy World Sports Medicine world. And I'm really, really happy about that. So I think that's been a real positive for me, 27:26 I totally agree with you, I mean, that our relationship is naturally growing over time, which I appreciate and, and I really do I completely on the same page completely on the same page. And and for me, when I go to conferences, like I'm really isolating more and more, who are the two are the people that like I must spend time with? And and then if other people want to join sure, you know, absolutely. But I I'm not overwhelming myself, oh, I need to be friends with that. No, I don't need to. And you know what, like, that became very apparent when I seen people speak, even at PPS, where the goodness, they were showing slideshows with their friends, and it was like, literally all people who are elected in the higher positions are all best friends with each other. It is it's true, you can't deny it. If you're up there. If you're one of those people. It's true. And you know what, I look at it like this, my friends may go up there to that, mate. That's not why I'm friends with you, though, you know, in friendship through because I like you as a person. So I'm gonna let that lay and not even explain and go into more depth and let people interpret that how they want and the right people will stay in 28:44 my life. Exactly. So what are they? What are they? Let's, let's sort of wrap this up on a positive note. What are their positive things came to you this year, whether it be professionally, personally, 28:59 oh, I think being more comfortable in my skin at conferences. So I had the I mean, absolute honor. Like I was really overwhelmed with happiness at the private practice conference this year. It was just so cool to be nominated. And I felt so much more comfortable in my own skin going up there. I you know, there there are a couple naysayers not realizing there'll be naysayers that, you know that I had to deal with but going up and it was a small moment. But we had you have this rehearsal. I don't know if it's done the same way. For the nominees where they go, you practice when your name is called going behind the podium and then walking down the stairs so you know what to do when you're asked to go out there and give your speech. And I went out there and I did a great vine to my spot. And I mean, I was so happy I did that because I was feeling it and that's what I would do. I did a great fine. And I know that silly, nobody else paid attention to me honestly probably knew that I was doing it. And some were probably like, Oh, but I didn't care. I was like I am on this freakin stage right now, this is the coolest thing. And to be at that place of like more self acceptance, because I know I don't have the stereotypical personality and energy, you know, that that is normally accepted amongst the vast community. So to be more me in that moment, I felt very proud. I felt very proud of myself. And that was really cool. I'm really, really happy about that. And then I like Dan, you know, sat down and ate some more bacon, it was great. 30:46 Well, and you know, being comfortable in your own skin that then comes across to the people who are in front of you. So when the speech actually came about, I'm sure people picked up on that picked up on the fact that you're now more comfortable in your skin that you're more comfortable, perhaps as a physical therapist, and because you found you're not that you've, you've already had this niche, but you sort of found your niche. You know, what, you what you're in the physical therapy world to do. Does that make sense? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. 31:19 Absolutely. Absolutely. And I got a little bit picked on for being too perfect with my speech and everything. And I was like, I you know, in reflection on that, I was like, they just haven't fully accepted my energy. That's okay. Don't get there. Okay. That's it. Don't get there. I'm like, I'm a performer. So it's gonna happen. You know, do you want to join a British company dialect? That's, 31:47 that's a weird comment. That's a weird criticism. Yeah, but yeah, you know, 31:53 but I felt I felt I felt like I had to reflect to go No, I actually felt really good, because I've definitely put it on before. No, I practiced it to be to deliver it. Me as me. And now it's so fun. So fun. Oh, my God. Yeah, I was just that that was a big, positive. Awesome, awesome feeling. I work with so many people who are in the PT industry, who want to be dance physical therapist or physical therapist assistants and imposter syndrome is super real. And so I like that I'm practicing what I preach and self love. And and it's awesome. How are you doing all that this year? 32:36 I'm better. I mean, imposter syndrome, I think, for me is always there, like always kind of underlying the surface, if you will. But I think that's pretty normal. You know, the more and more I listen, or I read about, like, these famous people who are up on stages and in movies, and you know, people who think oh, they have no, they must be like, amazing. And no, they it's the same thing. So I think for me, accepting that it's normal has actually helped decrease it a little bit. Instead of feeling like, oh, boy, everyone else here is like, amazing. And I'm like the loser trying to keep up. And then I think, no, that's pretty normal, because I think everyone else feels that way as well. Yes. And then once once I was able to accept that it makes going up on stage, like, I don't get as nervous as I used to, and it's been. It's been much, much better for me even speaking. Like I was joking, I could say I now I shared the stage with FLOTUS, because at the future physical therapy summit, I spoke for literally a minute and 45 seconds as a spokesperson for the brand Waterpik. So Waterpik has these wonderful showerheads. And they sponsored the future physical therapy Summit in Washington, DC back in September. And so the sponsors got to go up and say a little something. So you have literally less than two minutes, and I had to get all their talking points in. But I also like, decided to make it funny. So I was just saying things off the cuff. And afterwards, everyone's like, that was a great bit. I love that bit about your parents. I'm like, I didn't think of it as a bit. But okay. But then the good news was afterwards, people came up to the table, the Waterpik table, you know, in the, in the hall area, and like the one guy was like, I wasn't gonna come up, but then after that talk, I had to come up and see what you guys are all about. I needed to find out what you were doing and hey, can you do this? And so, for me, I felt as nervous as I was to go up and speak be mainly because it wasn't about me, it was about Waterpik. So I wanted to do them proud, you know, and afterwards, they got so much great feedback and possible partnerships selling through clinics with 700 locations? And can we do a study with Waterpik? On wound care? Can we do a study with Waterpik on people living with CRPS and using these, like, and that's exactly what they were looking for. So that made me feel like much better and gave me a little bit more confidence. And it was also fun to be able to do such things kind of off the cuff. You know, 35:25 that's so cool. Yeah, I love that. You should definitely be proud. That's so cool. 35:29 So that was really fun. And then the next speaker, it was it. The next speaker a two speakers after me was the First Lady of the United States Dr. Joe Biden. So yeah, there you go. No big deal. No big deal. Yeah. FLOTUS. So that was really fun. And was that yeah, for me, I think that was a big highlight of of the year for me, I guess professionally, which was really cool. is cool. That is so cool. It was it was cool. Anything else that for you? Did we miss anything that you wanted to get in? 36:02 Yes. For the Yes, yes. Yes. Okay. I now live in Pittsburgh and and was visiting New York had a great time. I got to see Karen at one of my favorite salad places, although I didn't get my normal favorite salad, which now I'm in regret until I go back again, to get my favorite salad from Sweet greens. It's the kale salad. It's so good. Caesar kale salad. I highly recommend it if you're going and you want to save some money because I love to be cheap in New York. Okay. said that. Now I'm not sponsored by sweet green. I just love sweet green. Okay, 36:31 I know we're dropping. We're dropping a lot of like, 36:33 I know. Like suede. And also get Levine's cookies. Okay, yeah. When you go, I never have gone to the tourist areas. I avoid it. But I spent a lot of time in Times Square because I was going to see Broadway shows. And it's also one of the few Disney Stores that still is open. So I had to go in there. I got a wreath I didn't need but I needed you know, and Okay. Rockefeller Center. So I go there to meet Stephanie. Why rock as you and I didn't have enough time with your Stephanie. But while we were waiting, there's a whole show of lights. A GG know that you knew this that like it's with music and everything like Disney. I had no idea. What's the store that darkness said yes Avenue, Saks Fifth Avenue. And it's like castle and lighting. It was I was just joking. If you don't know, I love Disney. I love Disney so much. And this was a Disney experience. And I just we weren't waiting in the cold. I'm like, all bitter. You know, I just I'm not happy in the cold. So I'm like, and then the light show on Japan? 37:45 Yeah, it's spectacular. It was 37:47 so great. I had no idea and it goes up like every few minutes. It's quite regular. So if you like oh, we miss it. You're fine. Just wait a few minutes. It'll start again. i Oh, go see it. Go see it. Don't stand in Time Square for New Year's. But go see that that was such a wonderful, positive, beautiful moment. And, and just great. It was great. Also, there are a lot of great photographers in New York. So if you're visiting New York, and you want to get stuff for social media, that is the spot to get it. There are so many talented photographers you can get reasonable prices and and build your social media real fast. All right, that's it. 38:26 Perfect. Well, before we wrap up the year, where can people find you if they want more information about you in any of your programs? And also let us know what you have coming up in 2022? 38:38 Okay, well, most immediately, you're going to find me at Disney Land in February this year in 2022. Because I'm going to be there my birthday. If you go there on the 16th of February. Just let me know. And we'll like meet up with you. But no, I'm going to be eating junk food all day. So if you're expecting me to be held a healthy influence, I will not be alright. For me, I'm going to be continuing with my private practice, working with performers and continuing with helping people live their lives as dance PTS helping you on the business and treatment side with my dance PT program. But most importantly, because I'm always like I'm a performer and physical therapist. I'm doing all this work right now. I am getting back into performing which I'm really happy about so I'll be submitting a lot more which I'm just super stoked. I feel like all my work stuff is is being is much more easier to handle now I've got it down. And the systems are in place if you will get to audition more than I'll be a movie star just like that because it's so easy. It'll be great, but I'm really excited about that. What about you Karen? 39:55 Oh, that's exciting. Gosh, I'm not gonna be a movie star. Anything So what do I have coming up? Let's see, um, this past year I finished the Goldman Sachs 10,000 small business program, highly recommend anyone to apply to because it's really amazing. How many more plugs can we drop in this episode? And so I'm going to this year, I'm looking to hire another PT for my practice, right? Mm hmm. Which is very fun. Exactly, it grows, but 40:31 you're like, I'm not going to take all the patients. It's gross, 40:34 but time to bring on someone else. Right. And then continuing to work with just a couple of people. With business coaching, I like take four people at a time for me that I get it handle, it's good enough for me, I'm happy to do it. So that will open back up again. Maybe end of January of 2022. Because like you said, when you know what you can handle and you know that you can help the people who want to be helped, then it becomes so much easier. So now I feel like I've got this under control. I know how to split up my time and manage my time. And so I'm really looking forward to that in 2022 and we'll see what happens. 41:24 I love that. That's awesome. Yeah. Yeah, are so cool. I love what you do. 41:30 Where can people find you? Oh, 41:33 yeah, so I have the dance physical therapists Facebook group. So that's one specifically for PT so you will find me in their active conversations once talking about performing arts research all that stuff. You can find me at CSM Oh yeah, social media, dance physical therapists on Instagram. I am also musical theater doc on there. But I really associate people more regarding musical theater, not other pts. So dance physical therapist, is that and then on Facebook, Jenna cantor. And yeah, pretty much Jenna Cantor from Twitter and Jenna cantor. Yeah, your website. Jenna cancer, PT, calm. 42:18 Perfect. Perfect. Excellent. Well, Jenna, thank you so much for coming on and wrapping up 2022. And for all of your help and friendship throughout the year. I really appreciate it. And appreciate so 42:31 much. I have to just say that joke that keeps coming to my head every time you keep saying wrapping up. I feel like I should be wrapping a present. I just it's a stupid joke. But I just need to put that in there. Thank you. I said it. 42:43 Tis the season when in Rome, right? Yes. All right. Well, thank you again, so much. And everyone. Thank you so much. On behalf of myself and Jenna, for listening to the podcast all year and for supporting it. And you know if anyone has any suggestions on anyone they'd like either one of us to interview please let us know. You can find us on social media. I'm on Twitter at Karen Litzy. NYC and Instagram at Karen Litzy. You can email me Karen at Karen Litzy. Calm it couldn't be any easier. Or you can find me at Karen Litzy calm. We're super easy over here. So let us let us know if there's any topics or people that you're like man, I really want to hear from this person. We'll be more than happy to see if we can get it done. So thanks again. Everyone have a very, very happy new year and a healthy 2022 And of course stay healthy, wealthy and smart.
Hampton, a formerly four-lane thoroughfare, now limits traffic to one lane in each direction, with the addition of a center turning lane plus wider parking lanes on the sides. The city has plans for a somewhat similar transformation along Lindell Boulevard by Forest Park.
The 2021 Yearmix Subscribe to the podcast RSS: feed: https://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:1525250/sounds.rss . 01. Ora the Molecule - Helicopter (Eagles & Butterflies Sunrise Remix) [Mute] 02. Rinzen - 90s Child [Mau5trap] 03. Budakid - Silent Summer [Lost & Found] 04. Eelke Kleijn - Mont Saint Michel [Cercle] 05. Thomas Gandey, Mia Mendi - Ubi [Watergate] 06. Secret Factory feat. Mat Skinner - We Breath As One [Secret Fusion] 07. Sultan + Shepard - nCTRL [This Never Happened] 08. Anyasa & Bawari Basalt - Nacho [Anjunadeep] 09. Marsh - Heaven [Anjunadeep] 10. Hyunji-A - Journey of Life (Jamie Stevens Class of '92 Remix) [3rd Avenue] 11. Baime - The Damned (Baime's 2021 Raw Edit) [Blindfold] 12. Eelke Kleijn feat. Diana Miro - You (Frankey & Sandrino Remix) [DAYS like NIGHTS] 13. Cornelius SA - Eye Of The Beholder [DAYS like NIGHTS] 14. Jiminy Hop - Tropic [Stellar Fountain] 15. SeeMeNot - Deception (Hot Since 82 Remix) [Brainstream] 16. Shadow Child - Jupiter (Theo Kottis Extended Remix) [Armada] 17. Ferry Corsten - Lemme Take You [Armada] 18. Trance Wax - Northern Sky (Dusky Remix) [Anjunabeats] 19. Audiojack - Psychoactive PT. 1 [Crosstown Rebels] 20. RÜFÜS DU SOL - Alive (Anyma Remix) [Rose Avenue] 21. Kendal - Basorexia [Permanent Vacation] 22. Eleven Sins - Rockstar (Enzo Elia Remix) [Buttress] 23. Chromatics - Shadow (Maceo Plex Remix) [Italians Do It Better] 24. CRi - Stranger (DJ BORING Remix) [Anjunadeep] 25. Corren Cavini - Skin [DAYS like NIGHTS] This show is syndicated & distributed exclusively by Syndicast. If you are a radio station interested in airing the show or would like to distribute your podcast / radio show please register here: https://syndicast.co.uk/distribution/registration
Christmas is almost here but there isn't time to celebrate. Bethany and her Amish family need help. Locke decides to form a team. A team that can help disperse the bandits that have forced most of the Amish people to abandon their homes. But how many people will Locke recruit? Nine seems like a good number.Music:"Deck the Halls" by Duffmusiq @ Artlist.io"Snow Angels" by Bob Hart @ Artlist.io"Back Alley" by Will Van De Crommert @ Artlist.io
Join us for our Christmas themed edition of Big Blue Avenue! Tom and Hank recap the New York Giants and their Week 15 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, along with some rumors buzzing around GM Dave Gettleman. Stay tuned for a preview of this week's matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles and where the Giants are headed! Stick around for keys to the game, players to watch and more! It's Big Blue Avenue Thursdays at 7pm on Facebook Live and YouTube @ReviewandPreviewSports!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reviewandpreview/support
British theatre, film and TV actress, Gina Bramhill, who trained at RADA, talks about her childhood dream of becoming Ally McBeal. Though she was terribly shy as a child, she loved living in her imagination and found so much of herself in the world of acting. Margie and Gina talk about her wonderful series, Us, starring Tom Hollander and Saskia Reeves, whose character Gina played as her younger self. They discuss shooting the show and how Tom Hollander once rescued them from their nervousness by running to get a bottle of Champagne! Gina shares her transformation since she began Margie's master class this past year in both creating a life and using the paper as part of her auditions, even on self tapes. They chat on the zoom world and the power of bringing creativity to your self tapes. Gina can currently be seen in Silent Witness, Avenue 5 and is living the life of 60's icon, Carol White, in Chelsea Cowboy.
Welcome back to A Pod of Their Own, a show by the women of Amazin' Avenue where we talk all things Mets, social justice issues in baseball, and normalize female voices in the sports podcasting space. This week, we went live on the Amazin' Avenue Facebook page to eat cookies and talk about all things Mets. We talked about the Mets' major signings this offseason—Eduardo Escobar, Mark Canha, Starling Marte, and Max Scherzer—and our excitement that Steve Cohen has opened his large purse (perhaps thanks in part to Steven Matz's agent). We also discuss the Mets' new manager Buck Showalter and what we think of the hire. In the second half of the show, we discussed recent reporting from the Washington Post about sexual assault allegations against Yasiel Puig that were kept hidden for years as MLB allowed him to continue playing. Finally, we wrap things up with Walk-off Wins, where each of us talks about what's making us happy this week, baseball-related or otherwise. You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen wherever you get podcasts. You can follow A Pod of Their Own on Twitter (@apodoftheirown) and you can also follow all of our co-hosts on Twitter: Allison McCague (@PetitePhD), Maggie Wiggin (@maggie162), Linda Surovich (@LindaSurovich), and Kellyanne Healey (@ellarebee). You can also email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. Look for A Pod of Their Own in your feeds every Wednesday and don't forget: there's no crying in podcasting! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I would like to think that you are all my friends, for to be without friends is a serious form of poverty.Aloysius T. McKeever, It Happened on 5th AvenueFIRST TIME VIEWERS: ALISA, ANDREW, BETHANY, CHERYL, JOEThe holidays are upon us and it's time for the movies we all know and love and have watched a hundred times. But, for our purposes, those won't do. We searched high and low for a holiday film none of us had ever seen before. We found it in director/producer Roy Del Ruth's 1947 romantic comedy, It Happened on 5th Avenue.Can a lesser-known winter-time movie be any good? Is there a reason this film didn't become a holiday classic? Is it a screwball comedy, a romance, a social commentary, a musical or all of the above? Could this actually be a Scrooge story in disguise? Does it's two hour run-time make sense? And just how romantic is it to shoot holes in a wall with a shotgun? Join us in the O'Connor mansion as we try It Happened on 5th Avenue on for size.Click here to listen to Episode 39: It Happened on 5th Avenue.Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast app, so you never miss an episode!
Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. In Promote, Extend, Trade, Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas discuss the origin of choice of their super powers, if they had super powers. Following that, they discuss the recent hiring of Buck Showalter as Mets manager. The 65-year-old has been involved in baseball in one way or another since the 1970s. Will his helming the Mets have any kind of impact on the Mets minor league system, good or bad? After, the team discusses Spider-Man because...well, why not? I don't see much minor league baseball action going on, do you? And, wrapping things up, the Wilponery of the Week! Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Boston Avenue UMC is putting on a Living Nativity on December 19th from 2-3:30 and from 5:30-7 in the West Parking Lot. This podcast will go together with the Living Nativity. Sit back and enjoy this retelling of the Nativity Story followed by some wonderful Christmas music performed by the Boston Avenue choirs. We hope that everybody has a wonderful Christmas!
Welcome to Amazin' Avenue Audio (The Show), the new/old favorite from Amazin' Avenue editors Chris McShane and Brian Salvatore. The Mets, and all of Major League Baseball, are in a lock out right now, and so there's not a ton of Mets-related content to chat about. However, the team is circling around three candidates to manage the team: Buck Showalter, Joe Espada, and Matt Quatraro. Brian and Chris debate the relative merits of each, and discuss their predicted timelines for the lock out. Plus, we pay tribute to Pedro Feliciano and are joined for a quick chat by Trevor May. Chris's Music Pick: The Budos Band - Burnt Offering Brian's Music Pick: The Monkees - Christmas Party You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen wherever you get podcasts. If you've got questions that you'd like us to discuss on the air, email the show at email@example.com. Make sure to follow the site on Twitter (@AmazinAvenue), as Brian (@BrianNeedsaNap). and Chris (@ChrisMcShane). And, until next time, Let's Go Mets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In part two of this two part season one finale, Goz is joined by Brian Sinkoff. Topics include Why his time at Channel 10 in Albany was so tough Launching the first local sports show on ESPN Albany The story behind the end of Sound Off With Sinkoff Deciding to leave sports media for the real estate industry Is he officially retired from sports talk? Could a podcast be coming soon? Best advice for someone changing careers Getting There With Goz is brought to you by Jared Lozier of Northeastern Insurance. If you are looking to save money on your business, car, or more call Jared today at 518-956-3753. Johnstone Supply in Troy has been serving the Capital District since 1945 for all your HVAC needs. For all heating, air conditioning and ventilating needs call Johnstone Supply at 518-272-5922. Or visit them in person at 2600 6th Avenue in Troy, NY. Did you enjoy the podcast? Shop now at the Gozilla Media merch store. For FREE shipping use the promo code GozillaFreeShip (offer expires 1/1/2022) https://gozilla-media.apparel.elevation10k.com/
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It's time to get in the holiday spirit so this week we're kicking things off with a Christmas Classic! Jessica St. Clair (Space Force, Avenue 5) joins Paul and Jason to discuss the 2007 ABC family holiday film Holiday in Handcuffs starring Melissa Joan Hart and Mario Lopez. They talk about the rough lighting, party perms, and Paul's personal relationship with three of the cast members of the movie. Plus, everyone is determined to find out the truth behind Mario Lopez's chest hair. HDTGM Virtual Live Show Friday, December 10th @ 9PMonlocationlive.com/HDTGMFor more Matinee Monday content, check out Paul's Youtube pagehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ikagk-WhC-YFor upcoming HDTGM info visit https://www.hdtgminfo.com/HDTGM Discord: discord.gg/hdtgmPaul's Discord: https://discord.gg/paulscheerCheck out Paul and Rob Huebel live on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/friendzone) every Thursday 8-10pm ESTSubscribe to The Deep Dive with Jessica St. Clair and June Diane Raphael here: listen.earwolf.com/deepdiveSubscribe to Unspooled with Paul Scheer and Amy Nicholson here: listen.earwolf.com/unspooledCheck out The Jane Club over at www.janeclub.comCheck out new HDTGM merch over at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hdtgmWhere to Find Jason, June & Paul:@PaulScheer on Instagram & Twitter@Junediane on IG and @MsJuneDiane on TwitterJason is Not on Twitter
Jessica is trying to live that bags within bags lifestyle while dishing out messages from beyond the grave. (Yes, it's unsettling). June shares two life-changing events, one being children letting her sleep, the other involves the harming of trees. Then, the incomparable, Suzy Nakamura (Dead To Me, Avenue 5) joins Jessica and digs in like only a true Deep Diver could. Suzy reads from her mom's recently discovered diary, chats about complicated mother-daughter relationships, and the joy of realizing that having breast cancer doesn't mean you can't have perfect boobs. Deep Divers, we are once again asking you to show us your bags within bags. Visit the Pinterest Board pinterest.com/thedeepdiveYou can follow The Deep Dive on Twitter @thedeepdivepodJune Diane Raphael @MsJuneDiane on Twitter @junediane on InstagramJessica St. Clair @Jessica_StClair on Twitter @stclairjessica on InstagramCheck out the Jane Club at www.janeclub.comSend us your The Deep Dive theme or any questions you might have to firstname.lastname@example.org