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Louisiana continues to rank behind almost every other state in the country in terms of its educational outcomes across the board – from Pre-K through post secondary. But buried under those bad stats, are some bright spots – success stories of programs and schools that are finding ways to prepare students and train them for the jobs of the future. On this episode of Out to Lunch, meet two of the leading lights of the Baton Rouge education system. Tina Holland is President and CEO of Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University in Baton Rouge, better known as Fran U. Tina came to Fran U in 2014 from Notre Dame, Indiana, where she had served as Executive Vice President and Provost of Holy Cross College. In the years since, she has overseen an aggressive and successful expansion of Fran U. Tina Holland, whose combination of military and education experience and vision has elevated Fran U to an accredited college Fran U started out nearly a century ago as Our Lady of the Lake, a nursing school. Today it is a fully accredited university with new undergraduate and graduate degree programs that Tina has created. Tina is overseeing the development of Fran U's first freestanding building which will give the university a new level of autonomy. Tina is a native of Los Angeles and a former officer in the U.S. Marine Corps., who brings an extraordinary knowledge and skillset to a position that requires navigating the turbulent waters of not only higher ed and Catholic Church but local politics as well. Christine Merchant is World Language Coordinator with the East Baton Rouge Parish School System. If you're thinking, “I didn't know East Baton Rouge Schools had a world language coordinator,” you're not alone but you might be surprised to learn that not only is the school system's immersive language program highly successful, but also that Christine has been running it for 42 years! In fact, Christine is the first and only person to hold this position. Christine Merchant, the depth of her French accent is matched by the depth of her 42 years of dedication to foreign language education in Baton Rouge The most visible flagship of the East Baton Rouge School System's foreign language track is FLAIM, or more formally, the Baton Rouge Foreign Language Academic Immersion Magnet, but world languages are offered at a large number of EBR public schools. Stephanie Riegel hosts a mostly English language edition of Out to Lunch at Mansurs on the Boulevard Out to Lunch is recorded live over lunch at Mansurs on the Boulevard. You can find photos by Erik Otts at itsbatonrouge.la. baton rouge business podcast christine merchant east baton rouge parish schools flaim fran u mansurs on the boulevard out to lunch stephanie riegel tina hollandSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Sam Pittman will be going up against the LSU Tigers for the Battle of the Golden Boot this weekend in Baton Rouge. This is a game some consider a rivalry in college football, but is it actually legit? KJ Jefferson hasn't been the KJ Jefferson Hog fans were hoping to see so far this season. What does Arkansas OC Dan Enos need to do to get KJ going? John Nabors sends his thoughts & prayers to former Hog & current LSU Tiger DB Greg Brooks Jr. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
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The ALL ME® Podcast Sudden Cardiac Arrest – Ray Castle, PhD, LAT, ATC, NREMT There are more than 356,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests each year with nearly 9-% of them being fatal. When looking at sudden cardiac deaths (SCD) in athletes, the incidence is 1: 33,134 male's athletes and 1: 76,646 female athletes. While there are various signs and symptoms that someone can look for to help determine their level of risk, there are also lifestyle habits that may be increasing your risk. In this podcast, we speak with Dr. Ray Castle, owner of Action Medicine Consultants, who has spent the last 35 years as a Licensed and Certified Athletic Trainer about the significance of the emergency response protocol. Dr. Castle and I discuss signs and symptoms of SCD, potential causes, the types of tests that can help identify if someone is at risk, the role of the athletic trainer on a medical staff, and the significance of the response time and the odds of survival. Stay tuned until the end as Ray shares his story about his experience at the Boston Marathon during the bombing and how his team responded. Ray Castle, PhD, LAT, ATC, NREMT A native of St. Joseph, LA and a 1990 graduate of LSU, Castle has an extensive background in education, clinical practice, and professional service spanning over 32 years. Dr. Castle's clinical practice background has included experiences at the high school, college, and international (1996 Atlanta Olympic Games; USOC Sports Medicine Staff for 2003 Pan American Games; and 2004 US Women's Bobsled) levels, large-scale medical coverage and coordination, as well as extensive experience in emergency medicine. He received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Louisiana State University, where he began as an athletic training student. Ray received his Master of Science and his Doctor of Philosophy in Human Performance and Recreation from The University of Southern Mississippi. Additionally, Ray is a nationally registered emergency medical technician (NREMT) as well as an EMS Instructor through the Louisiana State Bureau of EMS. Castle is nationally known and recognized for his skills and contributions to advancing the athletic training profession and advocacy for sports health and safety through 200+ presentations, research projects, and publications. He has served in various leadership roles in state, regional, and national organizations, including a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association Education Council (2004-2008), Board Commissioner on the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) from 2011-2017, and Vice-President of the Louisiana Athletic Trainers' Association (2013-2016). Ray is also the recipient of numerous awards and accolades, including National Athletic Trainers' Association Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer (MDAT) in 2017, induction into the Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame in 2014, and Louisiana Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame in 2019. Additionally, Castle and three LSU Athletic Training Students were recognized with a Concurrent Resolution from Louisiana State Senate for their emergency response roles at the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. After a 20-year stay at LSU where he was Professor and Athletic Training Program Director, Castle transitioned in August 2022 to devote his energy and passion to Action Medicine Consultants, LLC, as Owner and Chief Medical Officer since 2012. His company provides sports medicine event coordination; emergency medicine and response training; EAP development and audits for organizations; and continuing education courses. One of his most recent activities was serving as a consultant for the Louisiana High School Athletics Association in the development and implementation of its Pre-Game Administrative Conference (PAC), or “medical time-out” program. He currently serves as medical coordinator for over 20 large-scale events in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Ray is married to the former Katherine Vanduzee of Baton Rouge, LA. Katherine is an administrative assistant who attended LSU. Follow Ray Castle Website: Twitter: @actionmedco Instagram: @actionmedco LinkedIn: @actionmedco Follow Us: Twitter: @theTHF Instagram: @theTHF Facebook: Taylor Hooton Foundation #ALLMEPEDFREE Contact Us: Email: Phone: 214-449-1990 ALL ME Assembly Programs:
Dr. Zac Morgan // #ClinicalTuesday // www.ptonice.com In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, Spine Division division leader Zac Morgan discusses a mobilization technique specifically designed for patients with unilateral symptoms. These patients experience tightness primarily on one side of their body and often feel the need to be stretched out, especially in the morning. To address these issues, Zac introduces the concept of mobilization with movement. This technique involves actively moving the affected area while applying a mobilization force, with the goal of improving symptoms and increasing range of motion. Zac then demonstrates a mobilization technique using cups. He explains that the cups will be placed on the region of the patient's back that is most tight or painful. The patient is then instructed to keep the cups on for about a minute, allowing them to acclimate to the sensation. It is important to note that this mobilization technique may not be suitable for all cases of back pain. Back pain can manifest in various ways, and it is crucial to have the right patient in front of you for this technique to be effective. However, if the patient experiences improvement when they forward bend and their symptoms feel better during this movement, the mobilization with movement technique can be beneficial. Zac suggests starting with easy active range of motion exercises and gradually adding more stimulus, such as overpressure or the use of weights. He highlights the versatility of this technique and mention that he frequently uses it in the clinic for patients with similar presentations. Take a listen or check out the episode transcription below. If you're looking to learn more about our Lumbar Spine Management course or our online physical therapy courses, check our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab. EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION 00:00 INTRO Good morning PT on Ice Daily Show. Zac Morgan here. I'm a division lead with the spine division, so you can find me on the road teaching either the cervical spine management course or the lumbar spine management course alongside of Jordan Berry and now Brian Melrose. Speaking on that spine topic before we jump into this morning's Technique Tuesday, I wanted to just point out the next handful of courses that we have. So we actually have three different lumbar course offerings this weekend. So last minute you want to jump in, we'll be in Richmond, Virginia. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and then Denver, Colorado. So if you're looking for a last second seat there for lumbar spine, jump into those. If none of those work, we have a few more offerings this year. So in October, the 21st and 22nd will be Frederick, Maryland. So right outside of the DC area there at Onward Frederick. Also have Fort Worth, Texas, the November 4th, 5th weekend, and then December 2nd and 3rd at Onward Charlotte. I have a lumbar course as well. Quickly, just pointing out the cervical ones, and then we'll jump into the content. Greenville, South Carolina, October 14th and 15th. Bridgewater, Massachusetts, that's November 11th and 12th. And then here in Hendersonville, December 2nd and 3rd. So those are the cervical and lumbar offerings left this year. But without further ado, let's kind of jump into the topic this morning. 01:21 TECHNIQUE TUESDAY So this morning I want to kind of bring back Technique Tuesday in the Spine Division. If you've been around forever, like myself, you remember those days way back in the day where Jeff was in his clinic there in Upper Michigan showing some different techniques each Tuesday morning. And those were always really fun to consume because it just gave you some new ideas and things to play with. in the clinic and this morning I wanted to cover a technique that doesn't live in our lumbar course but it is one that I find myself using from time to time. But before we actually jump in and do the technique I'd like to kind of describe who I would do this to because in particular this is a technique that you want to have the right patient selection for. If you've been to the lumbar course, you've heard the stories of derangement and dysfunction. If you're McKenzie trained, you may be really familiar with those terms as well. If you're not familiar, go back a few months to where I did a PT on ice kind of covering these topics about the lumbar spine needs to flex, and that'll kind of refresh you or jump in the live course if it's all completely blank to you. But essentially, technique selection for the right patient is huge here. So what we're looking for is the patient who does have their symptom onset when they flex forward or when they bend forward, they feel their symptoms, but the response to that flexion is the important part. So we're looking for that dysfunction patient or soft tissue extensibility dysfunction, however you like to think of that. McKenzie coined that term dysfunction and essentially the idea being that the soft tissues living on the backside of the spine are not extensible enough and then when the person bends forward and they reach the limit of that extensibility they receive their symptoms. So the real key in diagnosing this person is their response to the flexion. Because if you've been around for a while, if you've seen patients presenting with low back pain, you know that for some folks, when they move into their symptoms, they get tremendously worse. If that is your person in front of you, each time you have them flex, they feel worse, or they lose range of motion, or perhaps even peripheralize symptoms down their limb, that is not who you would do this technique to. Rather, the inverse should be true. So on your active range of motion exam, this patient's gonna come in, and they're gonna present with back pain, Sometimes they might have some leg symptoms, but more commonly back, buttock pain. And you're gonna have them bend forward, and when they bend forward, they'll say, oh Zach, that's my symptoms, I can feel it right there. And often if you observe their lumbar curve while they're forward bending, you'll notice this person does not have that nice reversal of the lumbar lordosis. As a matter of fact, they'll often hold their lumbar spine very rigid as they move forward. So their back will stay completely flat, and they'll just move into hip flexion. Now the key is that you have to have them do that multiple times. So if you have them go ahead and follow up with another rep, what you should see if the patient's a dysfunction patient would be definitely no worsening, but probably more often a bit of improvement. Whereas the derangement patient worsens every time they flex. This person feels a bit better each time you move them into the provocative motion. So for that, we want to treat that with repetitive flexion. So this person needs to restore their lumbar flexion and we're here to help them. So homework often is going to be simple flexion, like just get in a position, flex your back regularly. You can go with a typical McKenzie dosage of 10 reps an hour. You know here at ICE we make those decisions based off of that person's irritability, both psychological and physical. And so dosage is going to play a lot into their irritability. But one technique that I love for this patient is a mobilization with movement into lumbar flexion. Now we see this patient a ton at our clinic because this, you'll see this presentation show up quite a bit with weightlifters. So weightlifters will often have some sort of a flexion injury at some point and then they'll quit flexing their back. So they'll maintain neutral and often they'll even hyperextend a bit to maintain neutral in their back. But one thing's for sure, they will not allow their back to flex. And as with anything in the body, if you don't use it, you lose it. And so over time, this person develops a lot of stiffness and tightness in their back. They have a lot of complaints like that, and they have a really hard time forward bending. The odd part is the solution again is to forward bend. So in homework, I'm going to have them do that in life. Whether that looks like a cannonball position, repetitive standing flexion, it doesn't really matter so much. But one thing I love doing in the clinic is this mobilization with movement. So shout out to Brian Mulligan who kind of conceptualized mobilizations with movements, snags, nags, huge kind of founder in the manual therapy world and really responsible for kind of giving us some of these techniques. But this is one in particular that I find myself using quite a bit. And I actually have a really good patient here in front of you. So I'm gonna have Alexis step in. If you don't know Alexis, she's my wife, better half, and then also faculty in our pregnancy and postpartum course. So Alexis has this problem. She has a really hard time flexing her back. It's typically pretty bad here in the morning, so now is a pretty good time for us to be doing this. 06:06 MOBILIZATION WITH MOVEMENT But essentially what you want to do for this mobilization with movement, confirm it's on the right patient, then have them sit on a table. In general, I would probably bring up the table up a little bit, but this will work. It really doesn't matter if you have a massage table or a high-low. This one's super easy to do. The only item you need is a mobilization belt. and it doesn't really matter so much which one, but I kind of like this blue one for a couple reasons. It's cheap. Um, so this is the Mulligan belt and then it doesn't have that big leather piece that sort of gets in the way for this mobilization and it costs extra that you don't need. So what you're going to do is form a big loop with that mobilization band. So make sure it's in a big loop and it's going to go around you and the patient. So put it around your back first. And then you're going to reach around the patient, clip, make sure that buckle's not contacting them. And then the belt should live right at their ASIS. So you want that belt to be essentially where like the waist part of a seat belt would be on an airplane or in the car, right at the ASIS. Then I'm going to tighten that up to where I've, right now I've got way too much slack in the belt. So I'm going to put, this to where we now have it taut, so it is nice and firm. And essentially what I'm thinking about with the belt is fixing her pelvis to this table. So you can see it's at a little bit of a downward angle. not completely parallel. If I was completely parallel, I'd be pulling Alexis back towards me. I want this downward angle with the belt to kind of fix the pelvis down to the table. From here, the mobilization is super easy and simple. Sometimes I'll start out without even mobilizing, but just fix the pelvis and then have the patient move through some active range of motion and deflection. So what Alexis is doing is she's just reaching her fingertips towards her toe here, trying to allow this part of her low back to really relax. and just move forward. So typically this is how I would start someone out here. Rather than cranking on them immediately, I'll just allow them to access whatever flexion they feel comfortable with and just move forward. And you know at ICE we like to pump. So we're usually going pressure on, pressure off. We're hitting that in range position and then coming out. Let's say 10 or so reps have gone by and she's continuing to improve each time we do this. She likes the feeling of the stretch. That's where I'm going to add my pressure or my mobilization force. Now I've seen this technique taught segmentally specific where you find the exact segment that you feel is reproducing the patient's symptoms and drive on that. But I'll be honest with you all. I'm typically not the guy that's in there with my thumbs on a specific segment. Rather, I use my whole hand to give nice broad force. If the problem's in their thoracolumbar junction, my hands are typically right here around the bottom of the ribcage, pushing forward. But, go ahead and come on up. If the problem's a little bit lower in the lumbar spine, my hands are just gonna live a little bit lower. So I'm not putting any segmental pressure here. What I am doing is just essentially pushing into flexion in the region of the back that I feel is provoking the symptoms. So don't overthink your mobilization force. Just very gently add pressure all the way to in range and then come off. Super, super simple. I find just as much success being very regional as I do being very segmentally specific. So don't overthink this one. This is just repetitive motions with overpressure. Very nice way to loosen up the lumbar spine. typically this patient loves it. 10:08 LOOSENING UP THE LUMBAR SPINE Now a couple little nuances here with this technique before we finish up. Sometimes you're going to have a patient who is more of a unilateral restriction. So they're going to mostly complain of right-sided back pain and it's going to be mostly tight on their right side but not so much on their left side. For that person, you want them to forward bend and reach to the left. You want all of these tissues to open up. So Alexis is now forward bending and grabbing her left ankle, and you can see that that would open up this side, and it gives you the really nice ability to just kind of push and open up kind of that QL, all of the lumbar extensors, everything sort of living on this side of the back. So for those more unilateral restrictions, come on out, She's liking that position, that's why she's hanging out there so long. For that unilateral presentation, sometimes I'll do this mobilization a bit unilaterally as well, but just some nuances that you can play with. 13:33 MOVEMENT WITH CUPPING The last piece that I wanted to show you all is just a way to increase the vigor a little bit, and kind of give the patient that perceived stretch, because often this person is gonna tell you, when they wake up in the morning, I feel really tight, and I feel like I need to be stretched out. And so we want to kind of match that feeling So for that I want to expose their back a little bit and I'm going to add some cupping. So what I'll do with cupping is I'll kind of take my cups, find the region that seems the most tight or painful to the patient, and then I'll fix these cups on them, have them hang out with the cups on. I'm not gonna do that on the video, but for a minute or so, just to sort of acclimate to having these on their back. And then after a minute or so goes by, they're gonna move through those same flexions with the cups on. So I'll show you real briefly just a couple of those. Always use a little cream when you're using cups. It's much friendlier. to your patient. But essentially what we're going to do is fix that cup on her back. That already gives her a bit of a sensation of stretch. These are over the lumbar extensors and they're in the region that's been provoking her symptoms, the region she feels the most tight. Now again, a minute or so would go by. We would make sure she felt relatively comfortable here. with the cups on before we moved, but let's say that minute has passed and I'm ready to go ahead and move through some more range of motion. The cups are still on. Now my belt is in the exact same position and Alexis is doing the very same thing. So she's just forward bending. I can even add some more pressure if I like, or I could slide these cups around and see if I could isolate the exact area that feels the most stiff. appreciate that this is definitely a higher vigor than where we started with. So you want that person to have lower irritability at this point. You want to have seen some good symptom response prior to progressing to this much vigor. But if you're seeing good success and you want to up the vigor here, cups are a really nice way to increase the stretch to that region. So in summary, No one technique is good for all back pain. Back pain presents a bunch of different ways, and you've got to have the right person in front of you if you expect it to work. So for this technique, if the person improves each time they forward bend, their symptoms feel a bit better when they move into them. you want to move into those symptoms with your treatment, and that's where this mobilization with movement is really helpful. You can start out really easy with just active range of motion. You can then add some overpressure. If you want even more stimulus, you could add some cups, or better yet, even have them hold a weight in front of them and have that weight drag them down. Lots of creative options here with this mobilization with movement, and just one that I find myself using quite a bit as we see an awful lot of folks who have this dysfunction presentation. Team, hope to see you on the road at some point. We are out and about a bunch throughout the rest of this year. Jump on ptonice.com and jump into any of the live courses that are in your area or ones that are on your list. Keep your eyes peeled for future announcements with ICE. Lots of cool things on the docket coming out here in October. So I will see you again here soon in a month. Until next time, hit that mobilization with movement. 14:29 OUTRO Hey, thanks for tuning in to the PT on Ice daily show. 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Often, when discussing hypomania in bipolar disorder, it is described as “just like mania, but not as severe.” To the uneducated populace, this creates the idea that hypomania is not as serious and, for all practical purposes, is basically “mania light.” But is that accurate? Is hypomania simply a lesser form of mania? Or are mania and hypomania two distinct symptoms that need to be treated in unique ways? Join us as Dr. Nicole gives us all the medical info and Gabe shares how well-meaning bipolar advocates — like him — contribute to the confusion. To learn more -- or read the transcript -- please visit the episode page. Our hosts, Gabe Howard, is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. He is also the host of Healthline Media's Inside Mental Health podcast available on your favorite podcast player. To learn more about Gabe, or book him for your next event, please visit his website, gabehoward.com. Our host, Dr. Nicole Washington, is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she attended Southern University and A&M College. After receiving her BS degree, she moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma to enroll in the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed a residency in psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma in Tulsa. Since completing her residency training, Washington has spent most of her career caring for and being an advocate for those who are not typically consumers of mental health services, namely underserved communities, those with severe mental health conditions, and high performing professionals. Through her private practice, podcast, speaking, and writing, she seeks to provide education to decrease the stigma associated with psychiatric conditions. Find out more at DrNicolePsych.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Southern's defense dominated Alabama A&M & come up with the win in Baton Rouge. Both teams had costly missed opportunities. Tennessee State over Gardner Webb is Eddie George biggest win of his coaching career. The win also gives Tenn St a winning record early in the season. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
If your infertility story is more hurt than happy ending, Renee's interview is for you. “As Christians we want to think that because God has a plan it makes [our loss] okay. It doesn't mean we don't hurt. It doesn't mean we don't say What in the world, God?” This is her story. Renee Evans leads our Infertility & Loss Support Group in Woodstock, Georgia. Please visit sarahs-laughter.com/woodstock for more information. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Baby Steps Infertility Awareness Fun Run & IVF Giveaway is October 28, 2023 in Baton Rouge! This is a community event to raise awareness for infertility held by Sarah's Laughter. Since 2014, Sarah's Laughter & its generous sponsors have given away 30 IVF, INVOcell, and IUI procedures, plus $151,600 in grants and vouchers. So far, we've had 21 miracle babies born or adopted through Baby Steps giveaways!!! You can register at babystepsfunrun.com. Sarah's Laughter is turning 20 in 2024! We're celebrating with a Caribbean Cruise! Dates are April 25–29, 2024. Details & signup at sarahs-laughter.com/cruise24. Beth's newest book, Daily Double Portions, is now available in paperback and on Kindle! Get your copy here. Want Beth to speak at your event? Contact us here. For more about Sarah's Laughter, please visit our website at sarahs-laughter.com. You can follow us on social media linked here: Sarah's Laughter on Facebook & Instagram, and @sarahs_laughter on Twitter. Sarah's Laughter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity. If you'd like to help support what we do, including this podcast, please visit sarahs-laughter.com/give. Thank you. Want to share your infertility story on this podcast? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are back with a Week 3 preview! The reigning champs are traveling to the West Coast to take on a Power 5 opponent. AAMU travels to Baton Rouge to take on winless Southern. PV and Texas Southern stay in Texas to take on SMU and Rice. Morgan St. takes on cross-town rival Towson. And then we have the battle for the real "HU". On this episode, we are joined by Kelly Flicks as we break down these matchups and much more.
539. We talk to Bob Mann about his new book, Kingfish U: Huey Long and LSU. Huey Long & LSU. "No political leader is more closely identified with Louisiana State University than the flamboyant governor and U.S. senator Huey P. Long, who devoted his last years to turning a small, undistinguished state school into an academic and football powerhouse. From 1931, when Long declared himself the “official thief” for LSU, to his death in 1935, the school's budget mushroomed, its physical plant burgeoned, its faculty flourished, and its enrollment tripled... Rollicking and revealing, Robert Mann's Kingfish U is the definitive story of Long's embrace of LSU" (LSU Press). "Robert Mann holds the Manship Chair in Journalism at the Manship School of Mass Communication. Prior to joining the Manship School in 2006, he served as communications director to Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco. He joined the governor's staff in 2004 after serving 17 years as state director and press secretary to U.S. Senator John Breaux of Louisiana. Before his service on Breaux's staff, he was press secretary to U.S. Senator Russell Long of Louisiana. He was also press secretary for the 1990 re-election campaign of U.S. Senator J. Bennett Johnston of Louisiana, and communications director for the 2003 Blanco campaign. In 2015, he was inducted into the Louisiana Political Hall of Fame" (Manship School). This week in Louisiana history. August 8, 1935. Louisiana Senator Huey P. Long is shot to death in the state capitol in Baton Rouge, by Dr. Carl Austin Weiss, Jr. It is believed that Weiss may have been acting in revenge of Long's public slandering against his father. This week in New Orleans history. The Beatles at City Park Stadium. Wednesday, September 16, 1964. A sellout crowd of 27,000-plus New Orleanians, most of them young girls, filled City Park Stadium on Wednesday, September 16, 1964 to "meet" The Beatles. General admission tickets sold for $5.00 ($4.32 plus taxes). Opening the 8:00 P.M. show were New Orleans' own Frogman Henry, Jackie deShannon, and The Bill Black Combo. This week in Louisiana. Zydeco Cajun Prairie Scenic Byway Website Distance: 283 miles Duration: One to two days for a self-guided tour The Zydeco Cajun Prairie Scenic Byway pays tribute to the music of south Louisiana, touching many iconic music spots while ambling through serene, rolling prairies. Crawfish farms, sweet potato fields and pastures where beef cattle and saddle horses graze are just a few of the features on this byway. A ride along this byway also illustrates why Louisiana is well-known for its many festivals. The towns along the route hold celebrations to honor everything from cotton to cracklins. The byway consists of three loops and a spur, so visitors have their choice of routes. Postcards from Louisiana. Rug Cutters at the Favela Chic Bar on Frenchmen. Listen on Google Play. Listen on Google Podcasts. Listen on Spotify. Listen on TuneIn. The Louisiana Anthology Home Page. Like us on Facebook.
This summer has been the hottest New Orleans has ever measured. Public officials — including the mayor and the governor — have issued heat emergencies, warning people to take shelter during the hottest parts of the day. But those who work and live outside may not have that option. A new report in The Guardian by journalist Delaney Nolan revealed a huge spike in emergency calls from unhoused people experiencing heat illness. She sat down with the Gulf States Newsroom's Drew Hawkins to talk about what her reporting found. An organization in Baton Rouge is committed to making dance a more accessible means of expression. Dance for All is a program that offers specific classes and events designed for participants with developmental and physical disabilities, and they've got some events just around the corner. Dance instructor Kaitlyn Odell and 7-year-old Gigi Riley tell us more about Dance for All and why they believe dance is a universal form of communication. Back in June, we covered the story of retired New Orleans priest Lawrence Hecker, who, according to church documents obtained by The Guardian, confessed to his superiors that he had sexually abused minors during his ministry. Hecker was allowed to continue working, retired in 2002 and just last week, was indicted at age 91. He pleaded not guilty, according to The Guardian, to charges of “aggravated rape, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated crime against nature and theft.” The Guardian reporter covering this story, Ramon Antonio Vargas, joins us for an update. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Alana Schreiber. Our assistant producer is Aubry Procell and our engineer is Garrett Pittman. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12 and 7:30 p.m.. It's available on Spotify, Google Play and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, I am blessed to have Jeremy Abramson. Jeremy is a passionate advocate for health, healing, and happiness in humanity. His journey into the realm of wellness was inspired by his background as the son of a Neurologist, fueling his lifelong fascination with brain health and neuroscience. Over the past decade, he's had the privilege of learning directly from luminaries like Wim Hof, Joe Dispenza, Ben Greenfield, and Dr. Daniel Amen, among others. Through his experiences and work with clients globally, Jeremy has witnessed the impact of microdosing and mindset practices on mental health, mood, and overall quality of life. He's dedicated to educating and empowering people to unlock their fullest potential, harnessing tools such as microdosing, nutrition, cold exposure, and various biohacking tools. Jeremy is also the “Chief Energy Officer” of Thrive University, a groundbreaking initiative that believes in making higher education accessible to everyone, free of charge. Their mission is to provide you with the resources to take full ownership of your life, guiding you towards mastery in the six essential pillars of THRIVE: thoughts, habits, relationships, intention, vitality, and enthusiasm. By excelling in these domains, they believe that you can truly optimize your human experience and rise above the sea of mediocrity. In this episode, Jeremy talks about microdosing. Tune in as he discusses and answers questions about his mental health, self-love, fighting through challenges, alternative medicine, and much more! 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[05:52] Identifying the Reasons for the Growth in Mental Health Issues in Our Society · Jeremy believes that the constant use of devices such as smartphones and computers contributes to a distracted and disconnected world. · External stimuli like audiobooks, podcasts, and music can also drown out our inner voice. · Being intentional about moments of silence with oneself fosters self-connection. · Society often encourages looking outside yourself for fulfillment. · Loneliness is common among men past a certain age. So, building high-quality, aligned relationships, especially among men, is vital for mental health. [26:02] Overcoming Challenges and Learning to Love Oneself · Jeremy shares a story about himself preparing for a TEDx talk about psychedelics in the past. · Due to disruptions caused by the pandemic, he could not secure venues, but he eventually got to deliver the talk in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. · He was frustrated because the talk was never released. He felt that he worked so hard on it behind the scenes. · Jeremy also shares a story of his heartbreak and stresses the importance of self-love and self-reflection through the healing process. [49:33] Ways to Reduce Anxiety through Practicing Mindfulness for Your Health · Healthy habits are important because they eventually become automatic to you. · Belief can influence the effectiveness of diets, workouts, and microdosing. · Microdosing is a practice that helps people connect to the present moment, improve focus, and reduce anxiety. · Jeremy talks about the neuroscience of mushrooms and psilocybin and emphasizes their role in reducing fear responses in the brain. [01:17:09] Healing and Healthcare Beyond Pharmaceuticals · Profound experiences make a lasting impact, especially those induced by substances like microdosing or plant medication. · Once you've had a transformative realization, it becomes a part of you. But ignoring it is a choice. · Jeremy criticizes the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries for not promoting natural healing methods, as it threatens their profit margins. [01:32:05] A Simple Exercise to Stop Worrying About What Others Think · Jeremy offers advice for individuals with social anxiety or fearing other people's opinions. · He suggests a practical exercise of pretending to FaceTime a friend while walking into a crowded place to realize that people generally don't pay much attention to others. · He emphasizes that people are often preoccupied with their concerns and insecurities, making them less focused on judging others. AND MUCH MORE! 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Zach Arnett faces his first SEC challenge as Mississippi State head coach. The 2-0 Bulldogs open conference play hosting LSU (1-1) on Scott Field. The 11:00am central kickoff is not the fan-friendliest SEC scheduling but should impact the late-rising Tigers more, maybe? State should have won last year's match in Baton Rouge and can even the score Saturday.
East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore was joined by NFL star Warrick Dunn as he filed an injunction in state court to stop clemency hearings for death row inmates. Dunn, whose mother, Baton Rouge police corporal Betty Smothers was gunned down 30 years ago, says it
Louisiana's habitual offender law has been in place since 2009. Often referred to as a “three strikes” rule, it's a controversial law that allows judges to put people convicted of certain crimes in prison for extended sentences, if they've had previous felony convictions. A recent effort attempted to undo this law, but last week the Louisiana Supreme Court struck down the changes. Reporter Richard Webster has been covering the habitual offender law for Verite News and ProPublica. He joins us now to discuss his recent story on one man's experience with the law. Using American Sign Language to advocate for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community … how cyber forensics can support people through the process of death … using nanotechnology to help save the endangered Creole language: They are all topics on the agenda for the upcoming TEDx event in Baton Rouge. Melissa Thompson, organizer of TEDxBatonRouge, tells us more about the event and who we can expect to take the stage. Where do you turn for help when your power bill doubles? That's the question we're exploring in our latest Utility Bill of the Month segment, where we look at what's going wrong with our utilities, one bill at a time. The Gulf States Newsroom's Stephan Bisaha reports on a program meant to provide help, and how it fell short for a family of new farmers in Alabama. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Adam Vos. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our assistant producer is Aubry Procell. Our engineer is Garrett Pittman. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at noon and 7:00 p.m. It's available on Spotify, Google Play and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Heath Cline in for Chuck today as he starts off with the diminished authority of the NCAA before talking LSU with Hunt Palmer from ESPN 104.5 in Baton Rouge. We then get a national perspective on college football so far with Kelley Ford from TheLines.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Front Yard Bikes. Where do we start? We start in Executive Director Dustin LaFont's front yard. Throughout and after college, Dustin would ride his bike frequently for school and some of his other tasks. During this time, he acquired a knowledge for bikes, acquiring parts and how to repair his bike and others along the way. Front Yard Bikes started when a kid asked Dustin to repair his bike. This kid then told others and the word spread. Dustin was helping fix bikes in his front yard and the time came to expand. Now, Front Yard Bikes has four different locations they operate out of, helping the youth in their school classes, teaching them skills such as welding, cooking, how to cut hair, how to repair bikes, and even more, it's a place for local students to bond outside of class after school or during summer while spending time together and learning new things. FYB has more plans in the future to become the spot for the youth to be able spend productive time outside of school! Spotify Podcast upload: Thank y'all for all of the support and don't forget to share with your friends and family as well as follow us on all of our social media accounts @ The Patty-G Show. We're proud of this show and can't do it without all of you. Please mention that Patty-G sent you during your next visit to any of our partners. Sponsors: Falaya Real Estate, Horizon Financial Group, BLDG 5, Mercedes-Benz of Baton Rouge, Mimosa Handcrafted, GAGE, Currency Bank and Lake Men's Health Center Patty-G wardrobe: McLavy Ltd. The Patty-G Show website: https://thepattygshow.com/ Front Yard Bikes' website: https://www.frontyardbikes.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thepattygshow/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thepattygshow/support
It can be threatening if not downright scary sometimes to consider the extent to which apps and Artificial Intelligence now run our lives. But it's also exciting to think about all the ways that this technology can be used to cure diseases or build sophisticated satellite systems or even do simple things - like helping us do the laundry! Or training a new employee on how to do their job. AI Laundry Chris Hilliard is co-founder of Suds Laundry Service, a traditional laundry service with a distinctly 21st century twist: Suds has created a custom app that customers can use to schedule laundry pickup and delivery from their home, dorm or office along with any special instructions. Suds will launder or dry clean the clothes and return them within 24 hours. Chris and his partners created the company in 2019, while they were still college students at Southern University in Baton Rouge, looking for a solution to the piles of laundry building up in their dorm rooms. In the years since, they have graduated and grown their startup with help from the Southern University Law Centers' Technology and Entrepreneur Clinic. Chris grew up in Lafayette and now calls Baton Rouge home. AI Hires & Trains David DeCuir is a partner in iCan Technologies, which provides software tools to help companies effectively train and track the competency of their employees and contractors, which is no small thing for the industrial and energy companies that David's company works with. iCan also recently developed an AI technology that helps companies create scripts for job interviews, offering an interviewer specific real-time questions and prompts based on how an applicant is responding. Think about that for a moment! David co-founded the company in early 2020 – literally weeks before COVID changed everything, in his case for the better. He didn't start out looking to create a tech startup but had spent years working in the oil and gas industry and realized there was an opportunity to do things better. David also is a native of Lafayette. Out to Lunch is recorded live over lunch at Mansurs on the Boulevard. You can find photos from this show by Brian Pavlich at itsbatonrouge.la.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ready to embark on a flavor-packed journey right from your living room? Buckle up as we, Dave and Jen, guide you through our mouth-watering road trip across the South, where we discovered delicious secrets and hearty meals at every pit stop. Our adventure begins at Walnut Hills Restaurant in Vicksburg, Mississippi, where we savored every morsel from Southern fried chicken to Okra and Tomatoes. We'll share our experience of their homemade pepper sauce that set our taste buds alight and left us longing for more.Our taste buds were in for another treat as our journey took us down I-10 to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Here, we were thrilled to find Greek-Lebanese cuisine gem. We also ventured into local delicacies with fried boudin balls and a shrimp po-boy in Lake Charles.As we moved west, we found ourselves in the vibrant South Congress area in Austin, Texas. We took a culinary detour at an Asian food paradise, before heading to our final feast of iconic Texas barbecue. Before we sign off, we want to chat about our YouTube channel, Sweet Tea and Tacos. We're grateful for each and every one of our listeners and invite you to connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Ready to join us for this food-filled adventure.Support the show
Sam Pittman met with the media on Monday to discuss some of the concerns with the rushing attack for his Hogs. Should Razorback fans be concerned with the lack of success on the ground? Rocket Sanders will not be playing against BYU but Dwight McGlothern will be. Arkansas will also be playing LSU in Baton Rouge at night next weekend. John Nabors reacts to the news of Jalen Shelley committing to Eric Musselman yesterday as part of the 2024 class. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
The Livingston Parish school district is suing TikTok and Instagram, saying the social media apps have built addictive platforms that caused a mental health crisis among teenagers. The district is also suing two internet service providers, alleging that they are responsible for facilitating minors' access to social media platforms. Jacqueline DeRobertis, who covers Livingston Parish for The Advocate newspaper has been reporting on the lawsuit – and walks us through the details. A seldom-staged early play by Tennessee Williams, “Spring Storm,” is making its regional premiere in New Orleans. Williams wrote the play in 1937 and 1938, while he was in college. It was never staged during his lifetime. Salvatore Maninno, artistic director of Loyola University New Orleans' theater and dance department, is directing the performance, produced by the Tennessee Williams Theatre Company of New Orleans. He joins us to discuss the piece, and the upcoming performance. Louisiana's gubernatorial primary is in a month, but the first voter registration deadline is coming up this week. State politics reporter Molly Ryan brings us into a voter registration office in Baton Rouge to explain the process. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Diane Mack. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our assistant producer is Aubry Procell. Our engineer is Garrett Pittman. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12 and 7:30 p.m. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
FBI Agent Chip Hardgrave and Chad Scott have a lot in common – they even went to the same high school in Baton Rouge – but now it's Chip's job to investigate the DEA's star agent. This time, Chad's misconduct isn't going to get swept under the rug. His powerful allies can't protect him. The FBI will take down Chad and anybody they catch along with him. Subscribe to The Binge to get all episodes of Smoke Screen ad-free right now. Click ‘Subscribe' at the top of the Smoke Screen: Betrayal On The Bayou show page on Apple Podcasts or visit GetTheBinge.com to get access wherever you get your podcasts. A Neon Hum & Sony Music Entertainment production. Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts and follow us @sonypodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rebecca Lemmon is part of our online support group. Her infertility story includes family tragedy, medical gaslighting, and brutal wisdom that can only come from brutal life experience. This is her story. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Baby Steps Infertility Awareness Fun Run & IVF Giveaway is October 28, 2023 in Baton Rouge! This is a community event to raise awareness for infertility held by Sarah's Laughter. Since 2014, Sarah's Laughter & its generous sponsors have given away 30 IVF, INVOcell, and IUI procedures, plus $151,600 in grants and vouchers. So far, we've had 21 miracle babies born or adopted through Baby Steps giveaways!!! You can register at babystepsfunrun.com. Sarah's Laughter is turning 20 in 2024! We're celebrating with a Caribbean Cruise! Dates are April 25–29, 2024. Details & signup at sarahs-laughter.com/cruise24. Beth's newest book, Daily Double Portions, is now available in paperback and on Kindle! Get your copy here. Want Beth to speak at your event? Contact us here. For more about Sarah's Laughter, please visit our website at sarahs-laughter.com. You can follow us on social media linked here: Sarah's Laughter on Facebook & Instagram, and @sarahs_laughter on Twitter. Sarah's Laughter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity. If you'd like to help support what we do, including this podcast, please visit sarahs-laughter.com/give. Thank you. Want to share your infertility story on this podcast? Email us at email@example.com
The Nightfly is the debut solo album from Donald Fagen. Fagen and his Steely Dan partner Walter Becker had released the Gaucho album in late 1980, and Becker was having a lot of trouble. His girlfriend died of a drug overdose in their apartment, and he was sued for several million dollars. Shortly after that he was hit by a taxi, which shattered his leg. Steely Dan disbanded in 1981, and Becker moved to Maui. Fagen wanted “The Nightfly” to be autobiographical, and without the irony and biting nature of Steely Dan. There is a lot of adolescence and innocence in these songs, reflecting back on Fagen's time growing up. The album is also one of the first to be recorded entirely in digital. Steely Dan had tried this approach fo“Gaucho,” but it didn't work out and they reverted to analog. Audiophiles gravitate to The Nightfly, and EQ Magazine ranks it as one of the top 10 Best Recorded Albums of All Time, up there with The Beatles' “Sergeant Peppers” and The Beach Boys' “Pet Sounds.”Donald Fagan had problems with depression after recording “The Nightfly,” and largely disappeared from the music scene through the rest of the 80's. Fagan said in 2006 that he hasn't listened to "The Nightfly" since making it. However, he did record two other albums which are considered to form "The Nightfly Trilogy," including Kamakiriad" from 1993 and "Morph the Cat" from 2006. There would also be a reunion of Steely Dan later on.Bruce presents this jazzy album for this week's episode. I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)This lead single is also the track that leads off the album. "I.G.Y." stands for International Geophysical Year, which was a project that lasted between July 1957 and December 1958. It encompassed eleven earth science projects and included collaboration between East and West. The song reflects the positivity of that time and collaboration. The song was released in September 1982 and reached number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 at the end of November.The NightflyThis track imagines a late night DJ named Lester who plays jazz on WJAZ out of Baton Rouge, and also takes calls from conspiracy theorists. is about a spiritual quest. While not released as a single, this song did receive some airplay on FM stations in the 80's.Ruby BabyAlthough heavily arranged with close harmonies by Fagen, this is a cover song originally performed by the Drifters in 1956. A number of artists have covered it over time, including Dion (number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1962), Billy "Crash Craddock, Del Shannon, Mitch Ryder, and Bobby Darin.New FrontierThis fun single did not break into the top 40, but it was a frequent video on the then-new MTV channel. The idea of the song is that an adolescent boy is bringing a girl over to his parents' bomb shelter for a good time. "Yes, we're going to have a wing ding..." ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:It Might Be You by Stephen Bishop (from the motion picture "Tootsie" )Dustin Hoffman stars in this cross-dressing romance comedy about an actor disguising himself as a woman to land a job. STAFF PICKS:Steppin' Out by Joe JacksonRob starts the staff picks with a song inspired by Jackson's time in New York City. The song reflects the excitement of a drive around town, and hit number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. It is off the album "Night and Day," which reflects New York City during the day on side 1, and the City during the night on side 2.Mexican Radio by Wall of VoodooWayne's staff pick is a weird one. This new wave act describes listening to the broadcasts of high-wattage unregulated Mexican radio stations whose signals were strong enough to be picked up in small town U.S.A. Wall of Voodoo's $15,000 video would be on constant repeat on MTV.Maneater by Hall & Oates Lynch brings us a big Hall & Oates hit that spent four weeks at number 1 on the charts. The song describes a woman who is bad news, only looking for money. The video features a live panther, that got loose in the rafters of the set at one point, prompting a hasty retreat from Darryl Hall. The sax part is played by Charles "Mr. Casual" DeChant, who also appears in the video during his solo.She Sheila by The ProducersBruce finishes up the staff picks with Atlanta's own The Producers. This is the big single off the band's second album "You Make the Heat." It went to number 48 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts, and alternates between an ethereal synth part and a high energy New Wave sound. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Bonzo's Montreux by Led ZeppelinJohn Bonham's live drum solo closes out this week's podcast.
Bishop Darryl Sylvester Brister was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on September 26, 1966. He received his license to preach in 1989 and was ordained on May 1, 1992, under the administration of Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. On January 26, 1996, at the age of 29; he was consecrated to the highest position in the church, the office of a “Bishop”. He is the Apostle/Overseer of Beacon Light International Ministries and since July 1993, has served as the Senior Pastor and Teacher of Beacon Light International Baptist Cathedral. He serves as the 2nd Presiding Bishop of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. Bishop Brister has authored ten books that have ministered to thousands entitled, Exposing the Enemy, The Monster Within, Recovering From Ruptured Relationships, Don't Fight the Process, Talk To Me Afterwards, Look To the Hills, Living the Dream, Doing Right In A Wrong World, Against All Odds – “Turning Obstacles into Opportunities” and most recently The 99% Woman. In March of 1999, Bishop Brister and the Beacon Light Mass Choir released their first CD entitled, “It's All About Him”. He serves as President and Founder of the Darryl S. Brister Bible College and Theological Seminary, which was established in August 1999 and is also the Founder of the Beacon Light Christian Academy, which was established in August 2002. He is the Apostle/Overseer of the Beacon Light Baptist Church of Houma, LA, Beacon Light Baptist Church of Hammond, LA, Beacon Light Baptist Church of Baton Rouge, LA, Beacon Light of Haiti at New Orleans, Beacon Light of Panama City, FL, and Beacon Light of LaPlace, LA. Bishop Darryl S. Brister is married to Dionne Flot Brister and is the father of five children. He is a man of vision whose life embraces destiny and purpose. He has a deep hunger to win souls for Christ and is committed to serving God, dedicated to follow wherever God may lead, and excited as God continues to do “A Brand New Thing” within his life and ministry.
Matt Moscona is all Louisiana. Born and raised in the state, a proud graduate of LSU and the longtime afternoon drive host at ESPN Baton Rouge. Matt returned to the program to give the view from the Bayou on QB Derek Carr and how he's fit into the culture of Louisiana and the New Orleans Saints, back-up QB Jake Haener and his six-game suspension for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy and his breakdown of what happened in the 45-24 LSU loss to Florida State.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.