The star free safety is doing what's best for him, but will he be forced to lower his salary expectations before the season starts? Joseph Ossai had another surgical procedure, but he should be ready by July. Joe Burrow shared that he did know Ja'Marr Chase had Jalen Ramsey beat on the final play of the Super Bowl. And more! Support the show: https://patreon.com/dhsports
With off-season workouts in motion, there's plenty about the Bengals to dig into. Richard Skinner, Local 12 sports anchor (WKRC-TV) and host of 'The Skinny Podcast', joins Paul while Jay is on an international Arby's tasting tour to talk through some heady Bengals topics. First, the guys react to Joe Burrow's thoughts on the Super Bowl and the club's off-season moves. Next, Jessie Bates isn't interested in being franchised tagged, so where do he and Cincy stand? Is this it for Bates in orange and black? The pair also chat Ring of Honor nominees and Bengals betting futures. Check out 'The Skinny Podcast': https://local12.com/sports/the-skinny-podcast Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Richard on Twitter: @Local12Skinny Subscribe to The Athletic for just $1/month for 6 months by visiting: theathletic.com/hearthatpodcastgrowlin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) finally gets his release from a California mental institution after he is found guilty by reason of insanity for the heinous murders he committed over 22 years prior. Lila Loomis (Vera Miles), sister of one of Bates' victims, has her pleas for a non-release fall on deaf ears. Having been declared of 'sound mind' again, Norman returns to his gothic childhood home and Bates Motel near Fairvale, CA, and takes up a job while on parole at a diner nearby. Norman becomes fast friends with a waitress there named Mary Samuels (Meg Tilly), and he ends up offering her a room for a while after her boyfriend tosses her out for someone new. However, as much as Norman tries to put the past behind him, he is beginning to get that old feeling again, as he begins receiving handwritten notes and phone calls from his mother, as well as her appearance in the house at various times, and people begin to start dying once again.
John MacKenzie chats with Ros Bates, State member for Mudgeeraba, Shadow Minister for Health and Ambulance Services, and Shadow Minister for Medical Research, about Cairns hospital's overcrowding crisis, primarily due to a shortage of doctors & nurses in Far North Queensland An increase in mental health cases and covid numbers have also contributed to the Qld health system being in the "worst state", some health staff have said. Some Queenslanders have waited hours for an ambulance and emergency departments are overrun with patients needing medical attention.
The Who Dey over 40 Crew is Back. This week we look at the schedule for next season and break down the games week to week. Plus the Jessie Bates news breaks and we talk who, if anyone, is at fault and what the Bengals and Bates should do next Grab a drink and listen and Rick Springfield;s Jessies Girl plays us out
Dr. Paula Bates, Professor of Medicine at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at the University of Louisville discusses the development of the anticancer drug AS1411 and how it could be useful it fighting the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Learn about aptamers and how they could be used to fight both cancer and COVID. Hear Dave Robinson convert an aptamer sequence into music! More information about Dr. Bates and AS1411: https://louisville.edu/medicine/research/cancer/pjbate01 and https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2716701/ Bench Talk: The Week in Science is a weekly program that airs on WFMP Louisville FORward Radio 106.5 FM (forwardradio.org) every Monday at 7:30 pm, Tuesday at 11:30 am, and Wednesday at 7:30 am. Visit our Facebook page for more links to the research discussed in this episode: https://www.facebook.com/pg/BenchTalkRadio/posts/?ref=page_internal
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events 1735 On this day, a French expedition made the first attempt to transport cinchona trees to Europe. The scientist Charles Marie de La Condamine was the first man to describe the Cinchona tree, the scientist Charles Marie de La Condamine, was on the expedition along with the botanist Joseph de Jussieu. Their mission was to add the trees to a Paris collection, but sadly the trees were lost when they were washed overboard. Once Europe learned of the power of the Cinchona tree, they were eager to get their hands on the bark. Cinchona's name was in honor of a Spanish Countess named Ana, and her second marriage was to the Count of Chinchon. After the Count was given the job of serving as the viceroy of Peru, a station that oversaw the entire continent of South America, except for Brazil, the couple arrived in Lima in 1629. The following year, the Countess grew gravely ill with tertian ague. She suffered a fever that occurred every other day, the Governor of Loxa, Don Francisco Lopez de Canizares, sent over a life-saving parcel of cinchona bark. With the cinchona powder, the Countess made a rapid recovery. Eleven years later, when the Count and Countess began their return trip to Spain, they brought along a precious supply of the curative Quina bark for use with their people. They also hoped to introduce cinchona medicine to the rest of Europe. Sadly, Ana died during the long voyage home in Cartegena in December 1639. But Ana's legacy lives on in the medicine we know today as quinine. After her husband, the Count returned to Spain, the medicinal Quina bark powder became known as Pulvis Comitissa in honor of the Countess. And over 100 years later, Linneaus named the genus Cinchona in honor of the Countess of Chinchon in 1742. Linneaus should have called it Chinchona, but he forgot the "h." 1809 On this day, the herbalist and midwife Martha Ballard worked in the raised beds in her garden and recorded her annual spring gardening efforts. For 27 years, Martha kept a journal of her work as a gardener, town healer, and midwife for Hallowell, Maine. Today, Martha's great journal gives us a glimpse into the plants she regularly used and how she applied them medicinally. As for how Martha sourced her plants, she raised them in her garden or foraged them in the wild. As the village apothecary, Martha found her own ingredients and made all of her herbal remedies personally. As a midwife, Martha assisted with 816 births. In May of 1809, Martha worked in the gardens surrounding her house. She sowed, set, planted, and transplanted. On May 15, she planted squash, cucumbers, muskmelons, and watermelons. And on this day, May 16, she sowed string peas at the end of her garden. In Laurel Thatcher Ulrich's work, The Life of Martha Ballard, she writes, Martha's was an ordinary garden, a factory for food and medicine that incidentally provided nourishment to the soul. "I have workt in my gardin," she wrote on May 17, the possessive pronoun the only hint of the sense of ownership she felt in her work. The garden was hers, though her husband or son or the Hallowell and Augusta Bank owned the land. "I have squash and Cucumbers come up in the bed [on the] east side the house," she wrote on May 22. The garden was hers because she turned the soil, dropped the seeds, and each year recorded in her diary, as though it had never happened before, the recurring miracle of spring. 1861 On this day, Union Captain Jacob Ritner wrote back to his wife, Emeline. Jacob and Emeline exchanged marvelous letters throughout the Civil War that depicted their heroic lives on both the battlefield and homefront. While Jacob wrote with the tragic news of war, Emeline kept him apprised of their four small children and the challenges of maintaining the family farm. Emeline's news from home kept Jacob sane and anchored to the happier reality that awaited him after the war. Emeline often wrote about the garden and the landscape, proving that even news of a faraway garden can be anchoring and grounding amid hardship. And so, on this day back in 1861, Jacob wrote in his letter, Now Emeline dear, you must write me a great long letter next Sunday. Tell me all the news, how the trees grow, the garden and grass, what everybody says... 1918 On this day, the rose season began at Munstead Wood, the Arts and Crafts style home and surrounding gardens in Surrey, England, created by garden designer Gertrude Jekyll. Munstead Wood became famous thanks to Gertrude's books and articles in magazines like Country Life. Gertrude lived at Munstead Wood from 1897 to 1932. Volume 82 of The Garden celebrated the first rose to open at Munstead Wood on this day by reporting, The rose season begins. The opening the first Rose is always a source of delight. The first we have seen in the open this year was the pink Rosa rugosa at Munstead Wood on May 16. This is one of the oldest garden roses and is said to have been cultivated since 1100 A.D. in China, where the ladies of the Court prepared a kind of potpourri from its petals, gathered on a fine day, and mixed with Camphor and Musk. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Secret Garden Cookbook, Newly Revised Edition by Amy Cotler This book came out in 2020, and the subtitle is Inspiring Recipes from the Magical World of Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden. If you've been listening to the show, I've been on a little bit of a cookbook kick lately, and cookbooks tied to literature. So this is continuing in that same vein with this great book called The Secret Garden Cookbook by Amy Kotler. Amy is a professional chef, caterer, and cooking-school teacher - and if you're a cookbook lover, you will truly appreciate her background in the kitchen. When this book came out, people were going crazy for the Toffee Pudding recipe that you can find on page 32. So that's just a little heads up. If you're a gardener, I'll point out that right at the beginning of the book is a beautiful picture of the Francis Hodgson Burnett Memorial Fountain. It's both a statue and a tranquil fountain filled with lily pads that depicts Mary and Dickon from The Secret Garden. It's located in Central Park in New York City, and it's just a gorgeous photo of this Memorial. Here's how Amy introduces us to The Secret Garden and the magic of food: She writes, Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden is about the magic of making things come alive. Mary, Colin, and Dickon all help the forgotten secret garden to grow again. ButMary and Colin come alive, too, through hard work, friendship, and good, nourishing food. When Mary Lennox first arrives atMisselthwaite Manor from India, she is thin,sallow, and unhealthy looking. But as she goes outside, skips rope, and works in the garden, her appetite grows. Colin, too, is sickly until he learns the secret of the garden. By the end of the novel, he is enjoying food as much as Mary. Pails of fresh milk, dough cakes with brown sugar, hearty porridge, fire-roasted potatoes-Mary, and Colin can't get enough of them! The children of The Secret Garden grew up during the reign of Queen Victoria... commonly known as the Victorian era. In those days, food took a long time to cook and serve. Even Mrs. Sowerby, Dickon's mother, though she must feed fourteen people, manages to find a little extra food for Mary and Colin when they experience the joys of eating. And that's what this book is all about; a hardy appreciation of good food. This book is 112 pages of fifty recipes inspired by The Secret Garden, and they're all updated for the modern kitchen and appeal to today's tastes. You can get a copy of The Secret Garden Cookbook, Newly Revised Edition by Amy Cotler, and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $10. Botanic Spark 1905 Birth of Herbert Ernest Bates (pen name H. E. Bates) English author. He once wrote, The true gardener, like an artist, is never satisfied. H.E. is remembered for his books, Love for Lydia (1952), The Darling Buds of May (1958), and My Uncle Silas (1939). The Darling Buds of May inspired a TV series in the 1990s. In his book, A Love of Flowers (1971), H.E. wrote, It is wonderful to think that one of the few unbroken links between the civilization of ancient Egypt and the civilization of today is the garden. And he also wrote, Gardens… should be like lovely, well-shaped girls: all curves, secret corners, unexpected deviations, seductive surprises, and then still more curves. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
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Die Hooggeregshof in Bloemfontein hoor vandag en môre betoë aan vir bevestiging van 'n tussentydse beperkingsbevel teen die Gupta-familie se bates wat in Junie verlede jaar ten gunste van die Nasionale Vervolgingsgesag se ondersoekdirektoraat toegestaan is. Die NVG wil seker maak die bates bly in die staat se bewaring. Dit hou verband met bates wat aan Atul en Rajesh Gupta en hulle vennoot, Iqbal Sharma, behoort. Die NVG se woordvoerder, Sindisiwe Seboka, sê Sharma se bates beloop altesaam meer as 13 miljoen Suid-Afrikaanse rand terwyl die Guptas se bates meer as 30 miljoen rand is:
In this episode, we are joined by 20-year-old Zach Bates, who just finished Canyons 100k and happens to be on the Autism spectrum. Back in May 2021, Zach told his parents that he wanted to run 100 miles. Having zero ultra experience and only six months to prepare, Zach accomplished his goal and created something very special in the process. Zach is joined by his mom, Rana, to share their incredible story. Win the UltraRunning Magazine Swag Bag Prize Package Thanks to our episode sponsor, Drymax Learn more about Zach: https://www.instagram.com/running.farther/ https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdVsTomU/ https://gofund.me/659781a7 ‘ Learn more about Autism
On the latest Bates Bobcast, we're recapping another strong week for the rowing teams on Lake Quinsigamond in Massachusetts, where both the women and men earned automatic bids to their respective national championship regattas! Plus, the men's track and field team shined at New Englands, and we introduce you to the first-year who had never heard of the steeplechase before coming to Bates — and now she's one of Bates' best ever in the event. Interviews this episode: 0:45 -- Olivia Reynolds '25, Women's Outdoor Track and Field. 7:33 -- Liam Evans '22, Men's Outdoor Track and Field Captain. (Male Bobcat of the Week) 16:08 -- Isabella Sobolewski '23, Women's Rowing, Second Varsity Eight Coxswain. (Female Bobcat of the Week) 29:52 -- Robert Sobolewski '22, Men's Rowing, First Varsity Eight. 36:04 -- Peter Steenstra, Head Coach, Rowing.
Entrepreneurship is certainly the ride of a lifetime. It demands a lot from a person. How do you ride the wave of running your own business with outside influences ever present, large workloads, limited hours and a desire to stay on purpose? And what if you are interested in more than one thing and are competent in various different areas?! You listen to Amanda Bates! In this episode Amanda talks candidly about being an entrepreneur and delivering her purpose through multiple avenues. She offers a wide variety of tips about the importance of your mission and purpose, why working to your strengths increases productivity, and critically, why it's not only okay to fail, but vital for the evolution of you and your business. Her insights into the diverse layers of entrepreneurship are not to be missed. “If you can't delegate, you need to break up your day to make sure that the things that make your business run are absolutely done.” As a third culture kid Amanda's interest in navigating cross-cultural spaces and identity started young. Her American born, African-raised perspective continues to influence her as she leads the creative direction of The Black Expat, a multimedia platform dedicated to changing the narrative on Black international mobility. She also hosts the Global Chatter podcast which takes a humorous deep dive into these conversations from underrepresented perspectives. When Amanda's not talking the mobile life, she is a student affairs professional at North Carolina State University and a career counselor, with her brand, Bates At Work. What you will learn: The importance of knowing your strengths when choosing your mission and purpose Why the structure of your week improves your productivity How to embrace failure and when to pivot in your business Find Amanda Online: Website: http://www.theblackexpat.com (www.theblackexpat.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theblackexpat (The Black Expat) Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/theblackexpat/ (TheBlackExpat) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theblackexpat/ (@theblackexpat) and https://www.instagram.com/theglobalchatter/ (@theglobalchatter) Twitter: https://twitter.com/globalchatpod (@theglobalchatpod) and https://www.instagram.com/theglobalchatter/ (@theblackexpat) Share Your Love! Do you enjoy listening to this podcast show? Leave your review on your favorite app – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tandem-nomads-empowering-expat-partners-tips-inspiration/id1056812170?mt=2 (iTunes), http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tandem-nomads (Stitcher), https://open.spotify.com/show/4mWuNrYGnmK6yuVHt1CEwx?si=QqgfqVkESK2IEnnlzwA9hg (Spotify), https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly90YW5kZW1ub21hZHMuY29tL2ZlZWQvcG9kY2FzdA%3D%3D (Google Play) Share Your Thoughts! Connect with the Tandem Nomads community and share your comments! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tandemnomads/ (CLICK HERE)
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What you'll learn in this episode: Why the pandemic inspired Evon and Lori to write their book, “Ready-Made Marketing” Why it's a misconception that marketing has to be expensive and time-consuming How Evon and Lori vetted the technology resources recommended in the book Why so many small businesses struggle with marketing How to access automation tools to make marketing easier About Evon Rosen Evon is a strategic and creative marketing professional specializing in financial and legal services, healthcare, and real estate. Her highly-creative and fresh ideas help develop brands, increase market share, facilitate client retention, and improve processes. Evon has held executive marketing positions at both public and privately held companies that include City National Bank, First Federal Bank of California, Celtic Capital Corporation and the Peak Corporate Network. Evon is the first two-time recipient of the Commercial Finance Association's Essay Award and has had numerous articles and white papers published. She was a featured speaker at L.A. Direct Marketing Day, and received the U.S. Festival Association Award for Creative Excellence. She received both her undergraduate degree and California Teaching Credential from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). About Lori Berson For over 20 years Lori has developed break-through strategies effectively integrating marketing automation, demand generation, sales enablement, branding, interactive media, advertising, email, social media, print, outdoor, video, events, and promotions, for many of the country's leading marketers, including Anthem, Charles Schwab, Disney, Dole, Lexus, Seinfeld, and Coldwell Banker. Her remarkable business acumen, creative talents, and knowledge of emerging technologies have contributed to the success of these organizations and more. Lori began her career at a variety of advertising agencies, including Diener, Hauser, Bates, Needham, Harper and Steers, and Asher/Gould. She established the in-house creative department (servicing the automotive industry) at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. Lori then went on to create advertising for the major studios (Paramount, Disney, Fox, and Warner Brothers), entertainment public relations firms, and celebrity management companies, at The Hollywood Reporter, and designed for Seinfeld, Lilo and Stitch, Oprah, The Wheel of Fortune, Entertainment Tonight, The Disney Channel, Cheers, Family Ties, Fantasy Island, Beethoven, Charlton Heston, Shirley Jones, and Martin Sheen. As a member of the faculty at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and Art Center College of Design (her alma maters), Lori teaches Advertising Concepts, Design, Email Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Video Marketing, Landing Page Design, and How to Manage a Photo Shoot. Photos: Additional Resources: Lori Berson LinkedIn: Lori Berson BersonDeanStevens LinkedIn: BersonDeanStevens Evon Rosen LinkedIn: Evon Rosen Ready-Made Marketing Transcript: The pandemic may have left many small businesses with limited marketing support and budgets, but that doesn't mean marketing is out of reach. That's what marketing experts Evon Rosen and Lori Berson wanted to prove with their new book, “Ready-Made Marketing For Business Owners, Business Professionals and Independent Contractors.” The book features hundreds of templates and technology recommendations that professionals with little time and budget can easily leverage for immediate results. Evon and Lori joined the Law Firm Marketing Catalyst Podcast to talk about their motivations to write “Ready-Made Marketing”; how to use the book effectively; and why even professionals with no marketing experience should learn how to market their businesses. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Welcome to the Law Firm Marketing Catalyst Podcast. Today, we're talking with Evon Rosen and Lori Berson, coauthors of the recent book, “Ready-Made Marketing For Business Owners, Business Professionals and Independent Contractors.” They are marketing experts and have worked with businesses in a range of industries, including law, and have helped their clients grow their brands, increase market share, facilitate client retention and, most importantly, increase profits. Today, we're going to hear more about their book and how it can help all of us be better marketers. Evon and Lori, welcome to the program. Evon: Thank you, Sharon. It's so nice to be here. Sharon: So glad to have both of you. First of all, I want to know how you ended up where you are. Evon, why don't you go first? What was your career path? How did you end up working in marketing for a variety of different industries and professions? Evon: My career in marketing has been focused on business development. I've been helping companies and business professionals in financial and legal services, as you said, as well as healthcare and real estate to develop and enhance their brands, grow market share and increase profits. I started in marketing research, and I moved into product management along the way. Then for 20 years, I helped senior and executive-level positions in both public and private firms. One of my longest stints was with City National Bank, where I created the brand positioning “The Way Up.” The bank is still using that today, I'm happy to say. Sharon: Did you develop that? Evon: Yes. Sharon: Oh, wow! Evon: It started off with a blue ladder. It's now a white ladder, but it's “The Way Up” campaign they've been using for many, many years. Sharon: Yes, for a long time. I forgot that's where we first met. I totally forgot about that. Evon: Yeah, that is where we first met. I think you introduced me to Lori at that time. That's how Lori and I met. Sharon: I first want to ask you, Evon, what did you study? What would you recommend that people study? Lori, the same question when we get to your background. What would you recommend people study for marketing? Evon: It's interesting; I studied sociology and I got a teaching credential, both from UCLA. I think what was so great about both of those areas in terms of marketing is that sociology is all about people and all about behavior, and that's basically what marketing is about too. Teaching helped me focus on being up in front of a group, being able to write business plans and marketing plans and things like that. It all works to help in marketing. Sharon: Lori, what was your path? Lori: I actually started my marketing career over 23 years ago. I've been creating revenue-generating strategies in branding, demand generation, advertising, interactive media, email, social media, print, outdoor—a myriad of things, including sales and marketing automation, for many of the country's industry leaders in consumer package goods, financial and professional services. Some of those companies include Anthem, Charles Schwab, Dole Food Company, Fisher Investments. That was in addition to working for entertainment clients like Seinfeld. I did it for many, many years. Actually, I started in entertainment. I've also had the pleasure of teaching advertising and marketing at UCLA, and email marketing and video marketing at Art Center College of Design, which are my two alma maters. To answer your question about what I studied, I started studying in the design area, graphic design. From there, it morphed into more of the marketing side. A lot of it comes from not only from the college education, but from when I was very young and did internships, and from taking online courses throughout the years and then teaching. Like Evon said, that teaches you a lot as well. I'd also say what's really important these days is to continue learning and to stay up to date, especially with the rapid change of what's going on with new technologies. Now it's NFTs and crypto and Web 3. There are so many exciting things happening that it's important to stay up to date continually and to keep learning. Sharon: I didn't know there was a Web 3. Lori: We're in Web 2 now, but Web 3 is the metaverse. Sharon: Oh, O.K. Lori, you have your own company; it's Berson Dean Stevens, correct? Lori: Correct. Sharon: Evon, you're independent, and you also work with Lori a lot. You both started in traditional marketing. How did you segue into marketing automation and video? How does one do that? Lori: That is a great question, Sharon. I remember about seven or eight years ago—I always like to keep up with technology. That's part of what we offer in the book, a lot of technology resources, which we'll get into. But as I was looking at things, I thought, “O.K., what seems to be the trend? What is important to learn going forward?” So, I dove in around 2013, 2014 and started learning. I got together with one of the first animation software companies and learned as I did it and got clients involved. It was all very new, and we all jumped in and learned as we did it. Sharon: There's so much to learn. Evon, you were going to add? Evon: It's kind of the same for me. When I was with many companies in a senior position, I had a staff. I had a lot of people working for me that had a lot of the tools and knowledge that I didn't, so we would all jump in and do things together. As Lori said, marketing evolved, and we had to evolve with it. Sharon: There's so much to learn when you say to keep up with what's going on. Lori: It's overwhelming. Sharon: Yeah, it is overwhelming. That's a word for it. Evon, you and Lori wrote the book. What was your impetus? To me, there are a million and one books on marketing and how to market, and there are a million and one podcasts. What was your impetus for writing the book? Evon: The original idea came out of Covid, because during the worst of the pandemic, as you know, firms were forced into doing new ways of business. Everybody started working remotely. In-person meetings were no longer an option. It was unfamiliar territory for everyone, and a primary concern for both firms and their clients was financial. Cost-cutting led to layoffs and people quitting, which left many professional firms and professionals with no internal marketing support and no budget to hire external expertise. Lori and I had seen so many people struggling with how to reenergize their businesses and jumpstart sales, so we wanted to make marketing accessible and help people bounce back from Covid setbacks. You're right, Sharon, there are a million and one marketing books out there. Most of them deal with developing business or marketing plans, or they're specific to using social media as a marketing tool, or they speak to building brands. They're planning oriented. We wanted to write something that was action oriented, which is exactly what “Ready-Made Marketing” is. It provides the words and the tools to enable business professionals to start marketing themselves immediately. It addresses an unmet need that the business community has, and I'm happy to say it's resonating. Sharon: It's quite a successful book, and it's a very hands-on book. Evon: Mm-hm. Sharon: Lori, tell us how the book was constructed. How did you write this book? What was in mind when you wrote it? Lori: “Ready-Made Marketing” was constructed in two sections. The first part includes over 70 customizable email and video templates and scripts that can be used in a variety of business situations. It also includes step-by-step instructions and screenshots for using proven and effective marketing tactics like LinkedIn, podcasts, webinars, video and text messaging, just to name a few. The second section of the book is where we've included over 400 technology resources that are free or affordably priced. This was key because we wanted it to be not only simple, but cost-effective for people to be able to use. All of the technology resources have been vetted, and we have the top two in each category, which are our recommended options. The bottom line is that we wrote the book to be handy and easy to use, with everything laid out so you could quickly get to what you need, when you need it. It starts with a chart that is entitled “How to Use this Book.” If you want to write a sales email, you go to the customizable templates. If you want to host a webinar, there are ideas to develop content and step-by-step instructions for production. Basically, the book takes the guesswork out of marketing. Sharon: It's a very up-to-date book. Lori: Yes. Sharon: It sounds very different from so many marketing books with everything you're talking about, the video and podcasting and all of that. You don't find that in many traditional marketing books. When you say you've vetted the resources, how did you vet them? Evon: I've researched and used all of the resources with clients. Both Evon and I have used all of the resources, whether it's both of us or one of us separately, with clients. Sharon: So, they're tried and true. Evon: Exactly. Sharon: That's great. Evon, it seems that the teacher always learns something from the student. Tell me what you learned from writing this book about marketing, things you didn't think of before. Evon: It's interesting because I was thinking about that, and I think the difference is no other books are like “Ready-Made Marketing.” You can hit the ground running with this book, and that was our goal: to use marketing to help people generate sales as fast as possible. That can be done. Marketing doesn't have to be expensive. It doesn't have to be a time suck. It can be done relatively easily. Not everything, but there are things you can do to jumpstart your business, and that was great for people to see. What I learned is not so much about the book or marketing itself, but the impact the book has had. When I hear from business professionals and read the amazing reviews on Amazon, it's heartwarming to see how appreciative people are. They have something that's really made a difference in bouncing back from the pandemic and beyond. Even if a business didn't take a big hit, they love the fact that they can do so much marketing themselves without spending a lot of money. In fact, the book has a testimonial from an attorney who says it's a game changer. That's amazing to hear. Sharon: It sounds very gratifying. Do you think the book would have had the same impact if we weren't coming out of the pandemic? Evon: I'm not sure the book would have been written had there not been a pandemic. Sharon: O.K., that's a good point. Evon: We're hired for our marketing expertise. Marketing is a lot more than what's in the book, but the book is a wonderful place for people who need to do some marketing who don't have a budget, who don't have a lot of time, but still need to get sales and have their brands out there. That's what this book does. We were happy to make it something that people can use themselves. Sharon: Lori, what do you think you learned from writing the book? Lori: I learned that I didn't realize the need out there. From talking to other business owners and even from some of the testimonials and reviews that Evon mentioned, a lot of people don't know where to go to find information on how to market themselves. They don't have the time. It feels very onerous to a lot of businesspeople and professionals. They're focusing on their business, so they don't have time to get into the growth of it as much as they should. They're going along with a certain amount of clientele, but we all need to grow business to stay alive. I was quite amazed at the response to the book and to the tools that we presented, how people have said it's made their lives so much easier. We knew there was need, but we never realized how much of a need and how broad-based it is. Sharon: It seems there'd be such a demand for something like this. This is for both Evon and Lori. Do you think people were skeptical when you said this book is going to be a hands-on, how-to book? Do you think people said, “Yeah, tell me about it”? Lori: I'll take that to start. I think people were confused a little bit, because typically what they see is the strategy and planning, which doesn't get to what they need as quickly as possible. Granted, strategy and planning are important. But I think it's so new and so different from what they've seen from other books that it was a little bit confusing. Then, once they got into it, they thought, “My god, this is so easy. It's super simple.” Evon: I didn't think that people were particularly skeptical. I think what's interesting is that many people don't really understand what marketing is or what they can do themselves. I think when they started looking at the book and saw what was in there, it was more of a revelation, like, “Oh, my gosh, I can do this, and it's right there. This is what marketing is. That's great.” Sharon: Looking through reviews on Amazon—it is on Amazon, and the reviews are glowing. Something interesting to me is that it's on Kindle also. There's a Kindle version, which I was surprised to see. Is that something you thought about or planned for when you were writing this? Evon: We did. We wanted to do the different versions, the Kindle version, the hardcover, the paperback. We wanted to make it accessible to anybody's needs. However they access it, we want them to have it. Sharon: It's widely available, it seems. Lori, who was your target market for the book as you were writing it? Lori: The target market is business professionals and their firms, other small businesses, independent contractors, people with limited or no marketing expertise and those with no marketing staff or, as Evon mentioned earlier, those with limited or no marketing budget, which we find is a majority of the small businesses out there. Also, we found out that people who have some marketing experience are especially appreciative because of the distillation of those 400 technology resources in the book. Working with other marketing professionals, I found that they may know a couple of the really well-known technology resources, but many times those can be super expensive. One of our primary focuses was to get stuff as much for free as possible in addition to really inexpensive technology resources, something like $5 a month and at most $15 a month, to give them some of those automation capabilities to help them save time and focus more on their business. Basically, “Ready-Made Marketing” is perfect for anyone looking to start or enhance their marketing, whether they have no experience or they do have some but need extra resources. Sharon: I was thinking about the fact that in marketing today, even more than 20 years ago, you have to be an expert in a certain area. What you wrote is more broad-based as opposed to, “I'm a web developer” or “I'm an SEO expert” or “I do videos.” Do you think people embrace that, or did they say, “I got to find somebody else,” meaning, “I've got to find an SEO person for my SEO”? Lori: I think it's a little bit of both. In this particular case, because we're focusing on people that don't have expertise, we wanted to give them tools to be able to do some of the basic stuff themselves. There's always going to be a need to hire because you're right; everything is very specialized. There are agencies that just work on each of those sections. They're going to want to eventually hire those people once they get the budget and once they get to that level. But as a starting point, this gives them some basic things and demystifies a lot of it so they can decide, based on what we give them, “O.K., I want to focus on SEO. Maybe I'll go hire an SEO agency,” or “Webinars are going to generate a lot of leads. I've got the tools to be able to do that on my own for very low cost. Once I get to a certain level, then I can bring in some of the specialists with more expertise.” Sharon: It sounds like a great resource. Evon, if I'm an independent lawyer alone in my office and I don't have a marketing staff or a marketing professional to advise me, how should I use this book? I envision tearing it apart and copying the templates. How would you say we should use it? Evon: The book is truly a desktop resource. We have it organized by marketing tactic. There's a section on email communications, on using video, on podcasts and panels, on webinars. Within the email section, for example, there are templates for emails in a variety of situations. We have cold communications, which you would send to someone you don't know, a prospect. There are follow-up emails to send after a meeting or sales call, emails to reengage with people you haven't heard from recently. When situations arise, you just refer to the book and use whatever you need. The technology is there to help bring some of those tactics to life. As Lori said, the book takes the guesswork out of marketing. To go back for a minute on what you were asking about the research of it all, we wanted this book to be something of a starting point for people who don't know much about marketing or don't have a budget for marketing. Marketing is about getting the right message to the right people, and there are a number of ways to do that. This book deals with the basics. If you start with the basics, you can build from there. Sharon: Was the catalyst for the book that you were both talking with clients, and you just looked at each other and said, “These people don't have a clue”? Not to knock anybody, but if you spent your career studying finance or healthcare or law, then you didn't study marketing. Was that the impetus? Was it like, “We've got to show people how to do this. You can do it if you apply yourself”? Evon: I think for me, I felt so badly that people were coming back into a world of business and they really didn't know how to start with marketing. They didn't have an internal staff anymore; they didn't have money to ask anybody. They were floundering. We found that out within our client base and outside. For me, it was the pandemic that got it going. It's not that they didn't know what to do generally; it's just that they didn't know what to do in this new world. Lori: To add to that, Sharon, Evon and I also had interactions with clients who hired us to revitalize their website and their branding and everything else. They really wanted to get into automation and help their sales team, but they were restricted by budget. I encountered several clients like that. That was another reason for the book, too: to help people who didn't have the time to even bring on staff or to hire an agency. They knew they needed it; they just didn't have the tools. We thought, “O.K., between Covid and these other people who weren't hurt by Covid but do need these extra services, how can we help?” Sharon: Did you think about putting in a section about marketing via Zoom? Let's say we backtrack or there's another outbreak of a different kind of strain. Is there something about marketing via Zoom in there? Lori: Absolutely. We have a section called “Video Messaging” that talks about sales calls. I'll let Evon talk about some of the scripts with that, but it not only covers how to connect with people via Zoom or Webex or whatever else, but also how to connect via LinkedIn and audio and video message via those channels. Evon: And we have screenshots for the how-tos. We show them how to do it. We write the scripts for them, and we show them step by step how they incorporate the technology to do these things. The book is really do-it-yourself. It literally provides thousands of dollars of marketing expertise for less than the cost of a week at Starbucks or, more relatable, it's less than half a tank of gas. Lori: Or a quarter-tank nowadays. Evon: It's all there. Sharon: Are the templates fill in the blank? Evon: Yes, they're based around various scenarios. They all have a subject line to deal with the issues they're trying to address. Then it gives you the template itself and what you should say with blanks to fill in certain things about you or the situation. It's very easy. Sharon: It sounds like a great resource, whether you're a marketer within a marketing department or on your own. Evon: A lot of people look at a page and don't know where to start. They want to write something, and they can't do it; they don't do it; they don't know how to do it. With the book, the words are right there. Sharon: That's a good point, when you're looking at a blank computer screen and you don't know what to do. Evon: Right, right. Sharon: I want to mention again that the book is “Ready-Made Marketing.” It's for business owners and independent professionals of any stripe. Tell me if I'm leaving something out. It's a do-it-yourself book. It's on Amazon in a variety of formats. It's gotten fabulous reviews, so please take a look at it. Evon and Lori, thank you so much for being here today and telling us about this book. Lori: Sharon, thank you. Evon: It's been our pleasure, Sharon. Thank you so much for having us. Lori: Yes, thank you, Sharon. It's been great. We appreciate it.
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This week's project feature is about breaking down the barriers between the siloed subjects that we've all become comfortable with. Jessica Bates is a 17-year teaching veteran who has made her career about asking the questions “what are the things that unite our subjects?” During this episode, Jessica talks about the ins and outs of combining the entirety of Social and Science in her Grade 9 classroom. Show Notes: Cross Curricular in high school 1:00 Social and Science integration 4:13 What does it to start reaching beyond your comfort zone for the sake of cross curricular teaching 10:28 How the students deal with the shift of Social and Science together 16:05 What reporting look like when combing social and science 20:11 Some key takeaways 26:25 The purpose of education 28:09 Links Mentioned: The Teacher Effectiveness Framework
The “creative” minds in Hollywood decided that we haven’t had enough of the Purge, so they decided we needed… Can we drag 12 hours of running in the streets with guns into a full season of episodes? Probably not, but … Continue reading → The post Episode 392: The Purge TV Series appeared first on The Resurrection of Zombie 7 Podcast.
Un capítulo que estoy seguro le habría encantado escuchar al poeta Cheo Guzmán, un amigo al cual tengo que expresar mi mayor agradecimiento y al que conocí gracias a las redes sociales. Compartimos opiniones y comentarios sobre nuestra pasión: Los Orioles de Baltimore. José Gregorio Gonzalez Guzmán fue de los primeros en unirse al grupo de los Orioles en Telegram. Cheo, como le conocíamos en el grupo, se fue el 28 de enero de este año. Justo el día que vimos las primeras imágenes de los trabajos de ampliación del LF de Camden Yards. Estoy seguro que le habría encantado ver ese nuevo terreno de juego, pero no pudo ser. Sin duda, nos faltó conversar sobre los Orioles. Nos faltó que nos contara sus impresiones y anécdotas de los viejos Orioles campeones de la serie mundial del 83...
It's a jam-packed Friday show, as Aaron discusses whether Lincoln Riley and USC have become college football's newest villain, and how would Emoni Bates fit in at Louisville? Plus, he plays "Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron Was Wrong," discussing the NFL Draft, Giannis and the NFL making a big move. Here's a full rundown:Is Lincoln Riley college football's newest villain (2:00)? Aaron opens the show by discussing his experience at the Dave Chappelle comedy show, before switching to college football. With tampering allegations running wild, has Lincoln Riley become the new villain in college football? Aaron says yes - and it's not a bad thing.Will Emoni Bates end up at Louisville - and how will he fit (21:00)?: Next, Aaron talks about the increasing rumors that former five-star recruit Emoni Bates could end up at Louisville. He explains why it's a no-lose situation for both teams, and what it would say about Kenny Payne if he can land, and develop Bates. Also, can Bates still reach the near impossible hype that surrounded him? Plus, new LSU head coach Matt McMahon added another major piece too. Aaron Right, Aaron Wrong (36:00): Finally, it's another Friday segment of "Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron Was Wrong" discussing college hoops' transfer portal, Ben Simmons and the NFL Draft taking over Christmas Day. Also, the NBA superstar(s) that Aaron was dead wrong on.
Things discussed: Michigan draft picks: DE production in college translates. Love Dax on the Bengals—fixes a major "you drafted a Buckeye cornerback" mistake. Nice to have the Ravens to snatch up any leftover Michigan players. So many Georgia picks: and the best player on that defense slipped to the 3rd round. Why? College football's playoff system had all the players who wanted to play in the playoffs collect in the three or four schools that make the playoffs with regularity. We're seeing a reflection of an unprecedented amount of talent pooling at the top. Frankie's transfer: people around him were oversensitive to playing time. He also wasn't very good on ball screens last year—and won't ever be a shooter. Was pretty clear Michigan needed another guard, and one of the reasons was to get some shooting on the floor when Michigan's down. Unfortunate that the state of things are such that a guy like Frankie can even consider going to Arizona State. Llewellyn is now a point guard—offense is going to run through Dickinson and be fine, but defense is now an issue, unless Kobe Bufkin takes some huge strides. Emoni Bates? Lol. Michigan wasn't interested; seems like Bates was but we already had forwards coming out of our ears. Hot take: he should have gone to MSU. NIL and Hunter Dickinson's comments: Glad to see someone at Michigan is finally taking leadership in the conversation. NCAA wants Congress to bail them out. Shouldn't be a Title IX issue if Michigan is facilitating payments, not making the payments themselves. Michigan *could* be awesome at this. We have donors who support the program rather than just look for access or ask "What do I get for my money?" and that makes us a more attractive school than a Texas, LSU, or Ole Miss where the donors want you to dance. Mel Pearson's contract? We don't know, but Michigan had their opportunity to run away, and we think they probably would have if they didn't have some belief—perhaps a verbal communication about the WilmerHale Report's contents—that they won't have to fire him. Can't discount the possibility that they're sweeping it under the rug, or twiddling their thumbs while they wait for the report to be published.
Our guy Craig Bates stops by to talk NHL Playoffs. Keion Brooks opts to transfer, Kyra Elzy bolsters her roster via the transfer portal. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cats-talk-wednesday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cats-talk-wednesday/support
This week we look back on the 40-year coaching career of Bates men's lacrosse head coach Peter Lasagna, who announced his retirement on Tuesday. In his 22 seasons at Bates, Peter became one of the most highly decorated and admired NESCAC coaches. Plus, the rowing teams shined at the New England Championship, in some very difficult circumstances, and the tennis teams concluded their regular seasons with thrilling victories. Interviews this episode: 1:09 -- Genesis Bussey '24, Women's Rowing Second Varsity Eight Stroke Seat (Female Bobcat of the Week). 10:02 -- Steven Sparks '22, Men's Rowing Team Captain, First Varsity Eight (Male Bobcat of the Week). 22:54 -- Sydney Byrnes '22 and Anna Rozin '22, Women's Tennis Captains. 29:30 -- Teddy Koide '23, Men's Tennis Captain. 35:21 -- Peter Lasagna, Head Coach, Men's Lacrosse.
Brady Bates is a wedding and elopement photographer based in Portland, Oregon who fell in love with film photography right before the pandemic. After dusting off a couple of film cameras he inherited from his grandpa, he taught himself the ins and outs of shooting not only on 35mm but on medium format, too.So many photographers miss out on the joys of film photography because they think that it's too expensive, or too confusing, or too complicated… and the truth is, it is kind of all of those things! But it's also amazing. Brady talks us through how it's changed his shooting style for the better, and how to get started with film the easy way.Find him here:https://bradybatesphotography.comAnd stay posted for his upcoming film course here:https://www.instagram.com/bradybatesphotography/
Profitability expert Dr. Al Bates joined us on the Wholesale Change show to talk about why distributors are stuck in a profitability “rut” and how they can escape. Al identified the three action steps distributors can take to improve profitability and explained why sales compensation practices, supplier “special deals” and ongoing price increases are contributing to the problem. Unlike some consultants who specialize in profitability, Al believes distributors should fire customers only in very rare cases. “I'm not anti-sales,” Bates likes to say, “I just want profitable sales.” Al also explained why distributor CFOs are often a key part of the problem and how they can instead contribute to the solution. Al is one of the most popular speakers in the industry and when you tune into this episode of the Wholesale Change show, you'll see why. He combines extensive experience, straight talk, an entertaining style and compelling arguments to provide insights and takeaways you can use to improve your company's profitability immediately and on an ongoing basis.
Mr. Bates spent over 19 years with ATI Physical Therapy, starting in the original clinic as a Physical Therapist and progressing to COO and eventually CEO. Bates' leadership was instrumental and a driving force as ATI scaled from the original clinic to over 800 locations at the time of his exit from the business.Most recently, Mr. Bates has served as a board member for several businesses including Southern Vet Partners (a Shore Capital Partners animal hospital platform. Bates joined the board in 2014 when SVP had 2 locations and has scaled to over 300), and Salt Dental Collective, a thriving dental support organization. Bates has recently joined Golden Bear Therapy Partners as Lead Independent Board Director. Additionally, Bates is the founder of RESET Telluride, a luxury wellness retreat concept (ResetTelluride.com).
In the thirty-fifth episode of the Better Eyesight Podcast, Esther Joy van der Werf and Orit Kruglanski read through the thirty-fifth Better Eyesight magazine that was originally published in May 1922 by Dr. William H. Bates. Exactly 100 years later, these two natural vision educators breathe life back into the words of Dr. Bates, and also provide some modern commentary on the topics brought up in each article. Better Eyesight, May 1922 "A monthly magazine devoted to the prevention and cure of imperfect sight without glasses" Article 1 [1:51] Relaxation From Fine Print Discussion 1 [3:51] Article 2 [11:00] Some Colored Patients at the Clinic by Emily C. Lierman Discussion 2 [20:35] Article 3 [28:21] The Optical Swing by W. H. Bates, M.D. Discussion 3 [38:51] Article 4 [1:09:00] Notes of the League Discussion 4 [1:11:55] ---BETTER EYESIGHT LEAGUE ONLY--- Article 5 [1:16:56] Questions And Answers Discussion 5 [1:18:00] Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Esther's website - https://visionsofjoy.org/ Ree's website - https://oritojos.com/ Join the Better Eyesight League! - https://patreon.com/bettereyesight
"Why fit in when you were born to stand out?" Dr. Seuss My guest on this weeks episode may have autism but that didn't stop him from jumping into the world of ultramarathons. He recently ran the Coldwater Rumble 100 and Canyons 100k. He has inspired many, many people through features on CNN and Good Morning America and more. When I asked him why he runs, he put it quite simply. "Running makes me feel good." DO BIG THINGS Zach!
This week we are recapping the rowing teams' ninth straight President's Cup title. Plus, the men's track and field team dominated the Maine State Classic and meet the new and sensational senior-sophomore women's tennis doubles team, which got off to a strong start on Sunday. All that and more, on the Bates Bobcast! Interviews this episode: 0:41 -- Robert Griffin '23, Men's Outdoor Track and Field. (Male Bobcat of the Week) 8:35 -- Maddie Lee '24, Women's Outdoor Track and Field. 21:10 -- Molly Connors '23, Women's Rowing 1V Stroke. (Female Bobcat of the Week) 28:56 -- Aidan Braithwaite '23, Men's Rowing 1V Coxswain. 37:09 -- Sydney Byrnes '22 and Salma Alsikafi '24, Women's Tennis.
Today's guests are Tangy and Matt Bates who operate Blue Creek Livestock in Delta Junction Alaska. They aim to provide their community with fresh, natural meat – beef, lamb, and pork. Since the beginning, Blue Creek Cattle has been building soils and herds. Tangy and Matt talk about the opportunities and challenges of farming in Alaska. The opportunities are plentiful, providing farmers and ranchers with room for creativity and profitability. The infrastructure, however, is not what it is in the lower 48. For example, there were challenges getting replacement heifers and custom butchering. The Bates faced a “huge learning curve” with the need to process and market their meat. With no one local to handle their volume for processing, they built their own butcher shop. “It has gone extremely well, and it just took that bottleneck out for us.”As they found their input costs higher than their revenues, Matt began researching cover crops and intensive grazing, and it made sense to him. Some in Alaska thought it wouldn't work there, but it has been very successful – with great forage producing fat cows, as well as lowering input costs.Next, they plan on burning bones from the butcher shop to make biochar.
Adele Bates is Behaviour and Education Specialist, Author and Public Speaker. She empowers school leaders and teachers to support pupils with behavioural needs and SEMH to thrive with their education. She's an International Keynote Speaker, a features expert on teenagers and behaviour for BBC Radio 4 and the author of "Miss, Ion't Give A Sh*t," Engaging with Challenging Behaviour in Schools. We discuss the importance of context in understanding and interpreting behaviour, how to effectively implement high expectations and why teacher wellbeing is so important in managing behaviour amongst other things. You can find out more at Adele's Website: adelebateseducation.co.uk
Analizamos los bateadores que no encuentran sus bates en este inicio de la temporada de Grandes Ligas (MLB) 2022 en el equipo de los Yankees de Nueva York. Comentamos sobre los incidentes ocurridos en el Yankee Stadium frente a los Guardianes de Cleveland y le damos un vistazo a lo mejor de la semana en el baseball de los Bombarderos del Bronx.
Happy Thursday everyone! Today we are here to talk climate with our friends Casey Fitzgerald Mavis Bates & Helen Ratzlow. Sustainability, green energy and a whole lot more. Here is today's news: - The Veterans Gardening Day is taking place at Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry on Saturday, May 7th from 11 am to 1 pm. This will be a day of honoring the veterans of Illinois. Also, this will celebrate House Bill 2894, designating the 1st Saturday in May as Veterans Gardening Day. See the flyer for more details and thank you to all the sponsors for their hard work. - A great community clean up event will be taking place on the 23rd of April. Join the Fox Valley Park District and the Office of State Representative Barbara Hernandez at Gregory Island Park. Located at 100-140 E. Indian Trail, there will be equipment and refreshments provided. Register at this link: http://bit.ly/auroraearthday - Starting the 27th of this month and continuing to the 17th of May, the disabilities listening tour will meet at various locations in Aurora. Hosted by the Seniors & Disability Services department of the City of Aurora, this initiative aims to connect individuals with direct resources. This is a very helpful way to voice the concerns of all members of our community. Scan the QR code on the flyer or call (630) 256-4636 for more information. Today was a helpful and informative episode. We hope you all enjoyed it! Have a great day and we will see you all tomorrow morning for another great show. Subscribe to the show on YouTube by clicking this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GoodMorningAuroraPodcast The second largest city's first daily news podcast is here. Tune in everyday to our FB Live from 8 am to 9 am. Make sure to like and subscribe to stay updated on all things Aurora. Twitter: goodmorningaur1 Instagram: goodmorningaurorail Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dVweK5Zc4uPVQQ0Fp1vEP... Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../good-morning.../id1513229463 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora #positivevibes #positiveenergy #downtownaurora #kanecountyil #bataviail #genevail #stcharlesil #saintcharlesil #elginil #northaurorail #auroraillinois #auroramedia #auroranews #goodmorning #goodmorningaurora #comedy #news #dailynews #subscribe #youtube #podcast #spotify #positiveenergy #morningnews #morningshow #CEJA #greenfest --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/support
Hello everyone! Spring is FINALLY in the air here in the Great Lakes region and we have a fabulous new episode to bring in the warm weather! Even us goth kids need sun sometimes! This week's guest is the raddest podcast host/ social activist/ musician/ modern day movie aficionado Kayla Bates! Kayla hosts Screen Vomit, a super fun show that dissects the plots from movies of all genres. It was an honor to have them on, as Kayla makes some seriously obscure film suggestions that raise Brian and Lindsey's eyebrows. We also have another segment of As Scream On TV with the fabulous Caitlin Jackson where she discusses all the Stephen King television gems! This is another exciting episode for all you movie nerds out there! Peace and love friends!
Phyllis Graber Jensen, the Director of Photography & Video for the Bates Communications Office, sat down with our Multifaith Fellows, Dianna Georges and Alix Zabin to discuss her photography, Jewish identity, and what it was like coming of age in the 60's in New York.
Here's the full episode of Season 1, Episode 1 of Bates Motel, First You Dream, Then You Die, based on Norman Bates! Plot: Widow Norma Bates and her shy teenage son, Norman, seek a fresh start in a coastal town filled with secrets, but the arrival of an unexpected guest turns the Bates' lives upside down. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Something is amiss in America. Nevermind that once the previous President’s term was over, the NFF immediately re-instated the Purge — there is something more sinister in the air — like a countrywide movement that somehow is insanely planned out … Continue reading → The post Episode 391 – The Forever Purge appeared first on The Resurrection of Zombie 7 Podcast.
This week we preview the Maine State Classic, with men's track and field head coach Curtis Johnson. Plus, meet Alma Mackic and Hope Shaw, two of our throwers on the women's track and field team. And as always we chat with our Bobcats of the Week, who this week come from softball and men's lacrosse. Interviews this episode: 1:09 -- Janell Sato '22, Softball Captain. (Female Bobcat of the Week) 8:25 -- Jack Lousararian '22, Men's Lacrosse Captain. (Male Bobcat of the Week) 15:43 -- Alma Mackic '24 and Hope Shaw '25, Women's Track and Field Throwers. 27:53 -- Curtis Johnson, Head Coach, Men's Track and Field.
Christina and Colleen join Caitlin to cover the original slasher - 1960's Psycho. It was groundbreaking for its time, and it has become a cultural touchstone for film fans everywhere. We touch on themes of monstrous motherhood, chance, and mental illness, and we dig in to various symbols and motifs. We also talk about Hitchcock himself. What a strange dude. Not as strange as Ed Gein, who partially inspired the story of Psycho. We talk about him, too. Be sure to check out Christina's books, store, and workshops! And most importantly, help us answer this question: *is* a boy's best friend his mother?
(2:17) - Hello, Easter, USFL and Jeff Fisher Rocks Backwards Hat. (35:00) - Who are the Potential ‘Chill' NBA Coaches. (45:00) - Daren Bates on Sports Villains, Airplane Nightmares, New Suggestions for Press Secretary, Chris Paul and the Memphis Grizzlies. (1:30:00) - Layup Line. (1:36:00) - Best Coors Light Beer Drinking Situations Presented by Coors Light. Green Light Spotify Music: https://open.spotify.com/user/951jyryv2nu6l4iqz9p81him9?si=17c560d10ff04a9b Spotify Layup Line: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1olmCMKGMEyWwOKaT1Aah3?si=675d445ddb824c42 Green Light Tube YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/GreenLightTube1 Green Light with Chris Long: Subscribe and enjoy weekly content including podcasts, documentaries, live chats, celebrity interviews and more including hot news items, trending discussions from the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, NCAA are just a small part of what we will be sharing with you. https://www.greenlightpodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's show, Aaron wonders why another spring football league - the USFL - has launched after all others have failed, before discussing Emoni Bates decision to transfer. Then he hits on the fascinating recruitment of DJ Wagner, where Kentucky was in control... but now Louisville may have taken the lead. Here's a full rundown:Aaron questions the debut of the USFL (2:00): The USFL debuted on Saturday, and Aaron wondered why we have another spring football league after the failures of the AAF and XFL. He explains why the thought that we can "never have too much football is a myth" and explains why a spring league will never capture casual fans like the NFL and college footballEmoni Bates is transferring - what's next (16:30)?: Next up, Aaron hits on the news that Emoni Bates is leaving Memphis. He explains why colleges might not be as interested in Bates as the average fan might think, and wonders if a pro route is the best bet for Bates. Also, why it's officially time to stop comparing high school players to elite NBA players like LeBron and Kevin Durant.What is the future of No. 1 recruit DJ Wagner (35:00)? Finally Aaron wraps the wild recruitment of the No. 1 high school player in the class of 2023, DJ Wagner. Kentucky was seen as a lock, but now their biggest rival Louisville appears to have the inside track. Could Kentucky really lose the best player in the country to Louisville, and what would it mean for John Calipari?!
John Bates is an artist from Michigan who now lives in New York City. He discusses his relationship with his father after his parents' divorce. John also talks about the role art has always played in his life and how fortunate he feels to have grown up in such different circumstances and areas. John also talks about a book he's putting together, as well as what he's doing with his art now that COVID has calmed down. Check out all his artwork at BaterDesigns.com @FriendRequestPod JustinsFriendRequest@gmail.com
Comienzan las preocupaciones y la inconformidad entre fans de los Yankees alrededor del mundo. Los Bombarderos del Bronx pierden su serie frente a los Orioles de Baltimore y las alarmas empiezan a sonar. Analizamos en nuestro episodio de hoy, el poco aporte ofensivo de muchas figuras claves dentro del equipo y que posibles movidas pueden solucionar este problema actual.
Two women, Bates and Stokes, were LPCs at Pontiac Correctional Center outside Chicago. They were popular with their clients. They always had each other's back. And that... was just the start of their problems. Plus, the story of two men who come face to face one night in the canyonlands of southern Utah. STORIES Bates & Stokes Two women, Bates and Stokes, were LPCs at Pontiac Correctional Center outside Chicago. They were popular with their clients. They always had each other's back. And that... was just the start of their problems. This story comes to us from WBEZ's new season of the Motive podcast. This season investigates the hidden world of big prisons in small towns. Places where everyone knows each other and difficult truths get buried. Listen and subscribe to Motive now! Reported by Shannon Heffernan Produced by Jesse Dukes, Marie Mendoza, and Joe Deceault with story editing from John Fecile, Annie Nguyen, and Nancy Lopez Original Score by Cue Shop and Renzo Gorrio Artwork by Teo Ducot The Incident At Poison Spider Mesa The story of two men who come face to face one night in the canyonlands of southern Utah. Brody Young is a Utah State Park Ranger and motivational speaker, helping other people figure out how to survive the unsurvivable. To find out more about his story, be sure to check out his website. Produced by Joe Rosenberg, original score by Leon Morimoto Season 13 - Episode 17
Learning to teach better by examining the story of "Jesus feeds 5000" from Mark 6:30-44, with Joey Bates, Next Generation Pastor from The Orchard in Oxford, MS. Show notes for the episode can be found at https://amidonplanet.com/episode70/ (https://amidonplanet.com/episode70/).
"There are a thousand right choices, and all of them are wrong.""Everything is a risk... once you realize that it's all a risk, then you minimize your risk."I must say, there are some wonderful and memorable moments in this talk I have with Dale Bates - a retired architect and urban designer whose focus for the majority of his career was on healthy design - architecture that supports human health. Dale has also been an unexpected mentor in my life for the past 8 years. Dale speaks to what being an architect and artist has taught him on his own human journey - about making decisions, and letting go of the illusion of security. We speak about embracing risk and its relationship to our feelings about death. Last but not least we speak about how to live in good relationship each day with our fear and anxiety - revealing how doing so can inform the quality of our own behaviour and life. www.thisnakedvoice.comIG: @thisnakedvoiceSupport the show (https://paypal.me/JoeyCardella?locale.x=en_US)
The Buffalo Bills are preparing for the upcoming NFL Draft. Kevin Massare and Mike Bundt address which weapons they could be going after in the first round. We will break down CB, LB, and DL. We will also discuss what the Bills could do with the money saved from Diggs and Bates.