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Thunder & Lightning
T&L Extra: The Advocate's Wilson Alexander Previews LSU

Thunder & Lightning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 9:09


Mississippi State's trip to Baton Rouge in week 3 looks like a huge swing game for both teams. Can State win again in Tiger Stadium, or will LSU be ready to ground the Air Raid? Brian Hadad talks with Wilson Alexander of The Advocate to preview this huge early season SEC West matchup.

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2905 - Inflation As An Excuse For Squeezing Workers; On The Picket Line Against Kaiser Permanente w/ Brian Callaci & Ilana Marcucci-Morris

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 72:34


Sam hosts Brian Callaci, Chief Economist at the Open Markets Institute, to discuss his recent piece in Dissent Magazine "Inflation Is No Excuse For Squeezing Workers." Then, Sam is joined by Ilana Marcucci-Morris, a Kaiser Permanente mental health therapist, to discuss recent efforts by her and her colleagues to strike and organize for better working conditions. First, Sam walks through updates from yesterday's primaries in Alaska and Wyoming (with Liz Cheney losing in the latter), and the continued suppression of reproductive rights in Florida and Louisiana, before diving deep into the official signing of the IRA into law, and the lingering peril around Manchin's side deal – especially as progressives (see: Rashida Tlaib) reflect on how Manchin hustled them out of their side deal with the Bipartisan Infrastructure package. Then, Brian Callaci joins as he gets right into situating us within the current inflation discourse, walking through the conventional wisdom that is backing the mainstream media's rhetoric (blaming wages, low unemployment, etc), and how that is juxtaposed with the actual nature of our current moment, with inflation hitting globally despite each county's unique levels of wage stagnation and domestic monetary policy. Parsing through these contrasts, Callaci and Sam walk to discuss how US media has been attempting to pin responsibility for inflation on progressive domestic policies like the American Rescue Plan and booming wages, despite the numbers showing wages lagging BEHIND inflation and the obvious international issues of a rampant, three-year-long (so far) pandemic, a shattered supply chain infrastructure, a war in Europe's bread basket (Ukraine), and violent-levels of monopolistic price gouging in the fossil fuel sector. Next, Sam opens the debate of whether this belief in Fed monetary policy is a genuine misdiagnosis, or if it's an active undermining of a workforce that has been growing in strength and solidarity, wrapping up the interview by looking at the differences between a solution based on the Federal Reserve's monetary policy, and on based on its fiscal policy, exploring why the former is likely a clouded attempt to stifle wages. Then, Ilana Marcucci-Morris joins from the Kaiser Permanente picket line as she dives into how she and 2,067 other mental health therapists in California have spent the last 13 months pushing against Kaiser's actively destructive policies around patient mental healthcare, using their bargaining power to bolster their patients' right to care and ensuring they are able to provide the necessary work that they are there to provide. And in the Fun Half: Sam talks with Brennan of KY from the Bo Hines campaign, Ben from VA on his former employer's “no spoofing at work” policy, and explores Liz Cheney's subtle soft-launch of a presidential campaign. Stephen Crowder hosts Don Jr. to boast about his stance as the most on-the-ground conservative, maybe ever? and preview Donald's DeSantis talking points in a presidential race. Dominique from Baton Rouge discusses the Louisiana Democratic Party's endorsement corruption, Joe from Minneapolis brings up the effect of a redistricting a week before the Democratic primary in the most progressive regions of Minneapolis, and Christina Bobb continues to frustrate conservative media by refusing to answer anything for DT. Prager continues to make Sam famous, Matt Walsh continues his stochastic terrorism against a literal Children's Hospital, and Greg Gutfeld continues to be a very weird little racist homophobe, plus, your calls and IMs! Check out Brian's piece here: https://www.dissentmagazine.org/online_articles/inflation-is-no-excuse-for-squeezing-workers Check out the Kaiser Permanente mental health workers story here: https://nuhw.org/kaiser-dont-deny/kaiser-strike/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: Aura: Protect yourself from America's fastest-growing crime. Try Aura for 14 days for free: https://aura.com/majority Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/

Locked On LSU
Did Brian Kelly tell Jayden Daniels that he will be the starting QB? | LSU quarterback breakdown

Locked On LSU

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 34:01


The rumor mill has been working overtime in Baton Rouge. LSU quarterbacks Jayden Daniels and Garrett Nussmeier both denied the rumor that Jayden Daniels was notified over the weekend that he earned the starting job; so the two-headed monster of this quarterback battle continues. How are Brian Kelly and the rest of the offensive coaching staff setting this QB room up for success? By embracing each of their individual abilities instead of masking them. Daniels and Nussmeier both commented on how their coaches are showing them how to turn what some may think is their biggest weakness into their biggest strength. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Krisha & Frank Show
Frank & Friends Show 0074

Krisha & Frank Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 40:41


Frank Murphy's friend Kathryn Frady is today's co-host. Kathryn is headed back to Baton Rouge for her duties with Opéra Louisiane. Jody Collins will co-host the next episode of the Frank & Friends Show and Frank will appear as a guest on Jody's Ramblin' Man podcast.  Frank got AirPods for his birthday and is afraid of losing them. One pops out of his ear when he bends over while doing yard work. There is an AirPods case for sale in our merch store.  Frank missed a call from his daughter. He called back at an inopportune time because his two-year-old granddaughter was fussing. When she heard that pop-pa was on the phone, she stopped crying.  Artie Rocket usually visits during June. Next year Frank wants him to visit during August. That way he can be on a swim team in June and July and help Frank harvest figs in August.  Frank is wearing the last of the ten shirts he bought at an estate sale. The shirt belonged to Cecil Edward Mannis, father of Eddie Mannis. Most of the shirts were blue or red. One was yellow. Frank's friend Jeff Detrow made a good joke about one of the red shirts. He said a Bob Evans restaurant was missing its table cloth.  Kathryn asks if Frank ever wears black. He did when they appeared on East Tennessee PBS during pledge breaks in the Brit Floyd: Space & Time - Live in Amsterdam broadcast.  Frank and Kathryn went to a screening of Marble City Opera's production of Tosca at Central Cinema. Kathryn played the title role. Frank and Kathryn introduced each act of the opera. Kathryn took a photo of herself and Frank on the big screen.  Frank gave Kristen and Jeff Detrow a fig plant. They sent him a photo of the plant in their yard. Frank called it his “grand-fig.” Kathryn suggests that Frank set up a stand in his yard to sell fig cuttings and fresh figs.  Frank has been president of two non-profit boards. He recently turned down a request that he volunteer to be on a fund-raising committee. When he had a salaried job, it was easier to donate time to charities. Now that he is in the gig economy, he needs to get paid for his time.  Frank did agree to emcee Marble City Opera's fundraiser for free. He is on the Marble City Opera board. Kathryn jokes she is going to rewrite the by-laws to make Frank a board member for life.  Most of Frank's friends are women. Kathryn was glad that he had some male co-hosts over the past two months including Tim Coleman and Frank Rosamond. Kathryn asks if Frank will have to adjust the camera when Jody Collins is here. Jody's graphic design company is called Feral Giant.  Frank's friend Bean suggested that Frank start a spin-off podcast about figs and Kathryn agrees. You can occasionally buy fresh figs at Publix in Knoxville. Frank says many places in the Hamptons sell fresh figs. Kathryn says Frank's figs are flavorful.  Kathryn likes being able to conduct meetings on Zoom. Frank gets frustrated by people who have too much background noise and those who forget to unmute their microphone on Zoom calls.  Frank and Bean broadcast live from the top floor of the Washington Monument during Hands Across America on May 25, 1986.  Frank ran out of cherry Luden's throat drops. He has some licorice flavored Luden's which could be a bad surprise if he gave one to someone who was coughing in church or at a concert.  This episode is sponsored by The Middleburg Barn at Fox Chase Farm. The Middleburg Barn is a perfect venue with rustic luxury for your wedding or special event. Located 40 miles outside D.C and 25 minutes from Dulles Airport. Visit https://www.themiddleburgbarn.com/ or call (540) 687-5255.  Support the Frank & Friends Show by purchasing some of our high-quality merchandise at https://frank-friends-show.creator-spring.com  Sign up for a 30-day trial of Audible Premium Plus and get a free premium selection that's yours to keep. Go to http://AudibleTrial.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  Find us online https://www.FrankAndFriendsShow.com/  Please subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://YouTube.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  and hit the bell for notifications.  Find the audio of the show on major podcast apps including Spotify, Apple, Google, iHeart, and Audible.  Find us on social media:  https://www.facebook.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  https://www.instagram.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  https://www.twitter.com/FrankNFriendsSh  Thanks!

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
8-16-22 NIL Gone Wrong

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 14:53


Bo and Blake talk SEC football and the new era of NIL in college football in the first hour of the show live in the mobile BankPlus Studio. The guys start the day talking SEC football and the latest out of Baton Rouge as sixth-year quarterback Myles Brennan is leaving the team after not winning the starting job this season. Bo gives his thoughts on why Brennan might be hanging up the cleats and the NIL ramifications of his quitting football. The guys discuss the state of NIL in college football and how business are approaching getting their "value" out of the deals they sign. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
8-16-22 Hour 1: SEC Football, NIL Gone Wrong, SEC QBs

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 50:28


Bo and Blake talk SEC football and the new era of NIL in college football in the first hour of the show live in the mobile BankPlus Studio. The guys start the day talking SEC football and the latest out of Baton Rouge as sixth-year quarterback Myles Brennan is leaving the team after not winning the starting job this season. Bo gives his thoughts on why Brennan might be hanging up the cleats and the NIL ramifications of his quitting football. The guys discuss the state of NIL in college football and how business are approaching getting their "value" out of the deals they sign. Bo talks Texas A&M football and what to expect from Jimbo Fisher and the Aggies this season. The guys discuss the most important games of the year for the Aggies and what it would mean for Jimbo to land the number one quarterback recruit in the country. The guys talk LSU and first-year coach Brian Kelly's decision to start transfer quarterback Jayden Daniels. Bo takes a look at the MSU offense heading into the season and asks the question on every Bulldogs fan's mind: can Will Rogers take the next step? The guys debate what the offense can be and who will step up to be the biggest weapon in the passing game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-15 MONDAY HOUR 2

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 43:41 Very Popular


Chuck opens hour two by talking about digital media in college football. Plus, quarterback position battles at certain schools are starting to take shape. Jay G. Tate of AuburnSports.com talks Auburn Tigers going through fall camp. Matt Moscona of ESPN 104.5 in Baton Rouge talks LSU Tigers quarterbacks and more.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-15 MONDAY HOUR 2

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 43:41


Chuck opens hour two by talking about digital media in college football. Plus, quarterback position battles at certain schools are starting to take shape. Jay G. Tate of AuburnSports.com talks Auburn Tigers going through fall camp. Matt Moscona of ESPN 104.5 in Baton Rouge talks LSU Tigers quarterbacks and more.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TNT Crimes & Consequences
EP149: The Zip Tie Serial Killer

TNT Crimes & Consequences

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 49:36


SHOUT OUT TO PATREON MEMBER EMILY R. FOR THIS CASE SUGGESTION!For nearly a decade, a serial killer was terrorizing the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area starting in 1994. Actually, at the time the serial killer this episode is about was active, there were at least four other serial killers active in the State of Louisiana. Today's story is about Sean Vincent Gillis, who made zip ties his favorite means to kill. In addition to killing his victims, Sean enjoyed mutilating, dismembering, cannibalizing, and also practicing necrophilia on them. This one is high on the gruesome scale so buckle up!Join us on Facebook and IG: @HARDCORETRUECRIME Web: www.crimesandconsequences.com --------> Get ad-free early releases of each episode, plus over 170 exclusive Members Only episodes by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimes or joining our Apple Channel on the Apple Podcast App. ------> Sources:1) “Dismembered” by Susan D. Mustafa and Sue Israel2) Crime Watch Daily: YouTube Video3) Criminal Minds Wiki4) Sean Vincent Gillis' Murderpedia Page5) The Cinemaholic: Where is serial killer Sean Gillis Now?6) All That's Interesting: “'Pure Evil': The Disturbing Crimes of Serial Killer Sean Vincent Gillis

GoVols247: A Tennessee Volunteers athletics podcast
Elite Louisiana corner chooses Vols

GoVols247: A Tennessee Volunteers athletics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 31:25


GoVols247's Wes Rucker and Ryan Callahan discuss the newest addition to Tennessee's recruiting class — a surprising pickup of elite cornerback Jordan Matthews from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

FOX 8 Overtime
311 - On3's Sam Spiegelman recaps a huge week for LSU football recruiting

FOX 8 Overtime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 5:29


LSU pulls in three Baton Rouge area commits in one week. Now, the class is up to 20 commits. On3's Same Spiegelman recaps a big week for the Tigers.

College Football Uncensored
2022 LSU Season Preview Pod w/ Matt Moscona, Chris Gordy & Tommy Lee (kinda)

College Football Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 83:36


We continue our countdown to kickoff for the 2022 College Football Season with our LSU Tigers Team Preview Episode breaking down all things Bayou Bengals and Brian Kelly's 1st year in Baton Rouge. Chris and Tyler were joined by 2 great guest interviews as well with ESPN Radio's Matt Moscona & Chris Gordy from The Locked on SEC Podcast. Bonus Content includes some Tommy Lee takes that you may want to make the kids earmuff it for.

Justice Delayed
Justice Delayed S2 Episode 1 - Rafael Goyeneche and the Crime Commission

Justice Delayed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 20:05


On Season 2, Episode 1 of Justice Delayed, we tell the story of how Billy was released from prison, something that would not be possible without Rafael Goyeneche and the New Orleans Metropolitan Crime Commission. A tale of hopelessness, redemption, and triumph, tinged with political intrigue and corruption.

Krisha & Frank Show
Frank & Friends Show 0073

Krisha & Frank Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 37:10


Frank Murphy's friend Kathryn Frady is today's co-host. Kathryn has been traveling to South Carolina and Louisiana for her opera career.  A man showed up at an opera venue to tell Kathryn he wrote an angry email to her but decided not to send it. Frank got an anonymous complaint on the Titanic video.  After starring in The Copper Queen in Knoxville, Kathryn went to Baton Rouge in time for Opéra Louisiane's production of Tales of Hoffman. She is the new General Director of the company. On opening day, Kathryn was interviewed on live TV at 8:30 a.m. Then she and her husband moved some of her stuff into their apartment.  Frank thinks that Kathryn has a “tell.” He says her foot moves when she is uncomfortable or stressed. He noticed it at a board meeting and when he interviewed her on TV. A compliment from Kathryn's husband gave Frank some extra confidence to accept the offer of the interview show.  After the stressful meeting, Frank gave Kathryn a hug. She was glad he did. Frank explained the situation to a man who didn't seem to understand how the discussion at the meeting had become personal instead of professional.  Kathryn has been experiencing déjà vu. Her husband thinks she may need to get it checked. She directed three performances of Carmen in Myrtle Beach. After one of the shows, she walked around a corner and got déjà vu when she saw the singer playing Micaëla. She also got  déjà vu when she was on a beach vacation with her family. Frank suggests Kathryn should create an opera about déjà vu.  Frank may help one of the participating high school teams prepare for the Secret City Improv Festival on September 30 and October 1, 2022. Use the discount code FRANK at checkout for 25% off when purchasing tickets at https://secretcityimprovfest.com/tickets  This episode is sponsored by BoneZones.com (don't forget the S). Buy books and other merchandise autographed by Body Farm founder Dr. Bill Bass at https://bonezones.com/  Tickets for the Dr. Bill Bass Birthday Bash at Cherokee Caverns on August 29, 2022 will go on sale soon at https://www.historiccherokeecaverns.com/  Support the Frank & Friends Show by purchasing some of our high-quality merchandise at https://frank-friends-show.creator-spring.com  Sign up for a 30-day trial of Audible Premium Plus and get a free premium selection that's yours to keep. Go to http://AudibleTrial.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  Find us online https://www.FrankAndFriendsShow.com/  Please subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://YouTube.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  and hit the bell for notifications.  Find the audio of the show on major podcast apps including Spotify, Apple, Google, iHeart, and Audible.  Find us on social media:  https://www.facebook.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  https://www.instagram.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  https://www.twitter.com/FrankNFriendsSh  Thanks!

All Things Therapy
The Stride Shop

All Things Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 30:45


Dr. Ryan Hill a Physical Therapist and co-founder of The Stride Shop in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, LA discusses the brain-body connection and how they can help you heal from running injuries, find the right shoe, treat body pains at their source so you can move with more ease. Go to: www.thestrideshop.com * My sponsor Magic Mind is the world's first productivity drink! Learn more and take 20% off with code ATT at checkout: www.magicmind.co/ATT   * My sponsor Amazon Music offers you 1 month of free downloaded music at www.getamazonmusic.com/att   * Support the podcast as a patron at www.patreon.com/allthingstherapy

Gruesome: Horrific True Crime
Derrick Todd Lee

Gruesome: Horrific True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 62:31


The 1990's/2000's in the Baton Rouge area of Louisiana saw 3 active serial killers operating at the same time. Derrick Todd Lee, "The Baton Rouge Serial Killer" was on the radar for years, but no one could ever tie him to the crimes. Coni takes you through the case and the preconceived notions of serial killers that prevented law enforcement from realizing that their man had been under their nose the whole time. Thank you Magic Spoon for sponsoring this episode! Don't take our word for it, try it yourself. Head to http://magicspoon.com/gruesome and use promo code GRUESOME for $5 off. Want to advertise on a podcast like ours? Head to: https://zen.ai/gruesome If your resolution is to start a podcast, now is the time! With Zencastr's easy to use platform you will be releasing episodes in no time. Head to https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=Gruesome&fpr=gruesome for 30% off your first three months!

Shiloh's T.H.R.I.V.E. Podcast
Shiloh's T.H.R.I.V.E Podcast Season 5 Episode 5/Brian Belzer

Shiloh's T.H.R.I.V.E. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 68:00


Grass roots Republican Congressional candidate (6th District), Brian Belzer, dropped by for a conversation. We discussed Critical Race Theory, States' Rights, the Second Amendment, water mitigation, a new bridge for Baton Rouge, and other stuff. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Dental Up
AGD 2022 Live, with Dr. Merlin Ohmer

Dental Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 15:21


On this episode of the Dental Up Podcast, we recorded onsite at the 2022 AGD Show in Orlando Florida live with Dr. Merlin P. Ohmer, MAGD! Dr. Ohmer, a native of Thibodaux, LA, graduated from Nicholls State University in 1975 with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry. He then earned a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1979 from Louisiana State University School of Dentistry. After graduation, he spent three years on active duty in the United States Army. After his release from active duty, he practiced in Baton Rouge, LA, and was a member of the Louisiana and Florida National Guard until 1989 when he returned to active duty in the United States Navy Dental Corps as a Lieutenant Commander. He completed a one-year fellowship in oral surgery in 1984 at Naval Dental Center Great Lakes, IL. Dr. Ohmer served his country in the Navy in many assignments worldwide until his military retirement in 2016 as a Captain. Dr. Ohmer owned Dental Doctors of Florida for 6 years until merging his practice with Harbour Dental Care in March of 2022. In his spare time, Dr. Ohmer enjoys spending his free time outdoors; at the beach, hiking, and playing tennis. In this episode of the Dental Up Podcast, you will hear about: - Dr. Ohmer's time with the AGD; from how he started to his plans for the future with the AGD - How long he has been practicing - Transitioning from the Military to Private Practice - His treatment philosophy - Types of restorations Dr. Ohmer prefers - What advice he has for young dentists starting out in the profession   Learn about Dr. Ohmer and his practice, Harbour Dental Care!   Discover the Dental Up Podcast and subscribe on your favorite listening platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, YouTube, and more! Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6gfHeYc6WHsPfzVdoLQVV9 Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-dental-up-podcast/id999909601 iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-dental-up-28030030/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/keatingdental

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW HOUR 2

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:40 Very Popular


Chuck opens the second hour by talking about the proper names for schools and the wishes for them to be called by the correct name. Eddie Radosevich of Sooner Scoop joins the show to talk the Cale Gundy situation and more with the Oklahoma Sooners. Matt Moscona of ESPN 104.5 in Baton Rouge talks LSU Tigers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Story Song Podcast
Me and Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin

The Story Song Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 123:00


Busted flat in Baton Rouge? Waiting for a train? Looking for that home? Well you've found it with this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Join your hosts as they review the 1971 classic, “Me and Bobby McGee” written by SSP patron saint, Kris Kristofferson, and performed by rock legend, Janis Joplin. In this episode, we'll thumb our way across the country in the least logical direction possible to discuss the long history of road trip snacks, new definitions of rock bottom, and trucking singalongs. So pull your harpoon out of a hopefully not-too-dirty bandana and play along! Because freedom's just another word for this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. It'll make you feel good, and feeling good is good enough for us. Continue the conversation; follow THE STORY SONG PODCAST on social media. Follow us on Twitter (@Story_Song), Instagram (storysongpodcast), and Facebook (thestorysongpodcast).THE STORY SONG PODCAST is a member of the Pantheon Podcast Network."Me and Bobby McGee” by Janis Joplin (from the album Pearl) is available on Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Tidal, Deezer, Pandora, Spotify, or wherever you listen to music.

Louisiana Ladies
Cora B. Gallery

Louisiana Ladies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 64:08


What an awesome recording with local artist, Cora Barhorst! Cora is a Baton Rouge native and owner of Cora B. Gallery. We had so much fun learning about her creative process and how she creates her work. It was incredibly inspiring to hear her story and learn how she was able to start doing art full time! She even got to catch up with her former cross country coach, our very own co-host - Kate Cook. Thanks for joining us, Cora! You are truly an inspiration! Check out Cora: CORA B. GALLERY (corabgallery.com) August book of the month: The Hotel Nantucket Catch up on Louisiana Ladies on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Follow Louisiana Ladies on Instagram and Facebook Wanna chat? Email louisianaladiespodcast@gmail.com

FOX 8 Overtime
307 - Garland Gillen highlights all the storylines at LSU camp

FOX 8 Overtime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 4:49


LSU training camp is in full swing. Garland Gillen recaps all the big storylines in Baton Rouge. Plus, the Tigers are hot on the recruiting trail with the commitment of Shelton Sampson.

Georgia Bulldogs
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW HOUR 2

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:40


Chuck opens the second hour by talking about the proper names for schools and the wishes for them to be called by the correct name. Eddie Radosevich of Sooner Scoop joins the show to talk the Cale Gundy situation and more with the Oklahoma Sooners. Matt Moscona of ESPN 104.5 in Baton Rouge talks LSU Tigers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

UBC Baton Rouge
Never Waste a Good Transition (Dr. John Lepper)

UBC Baton Rouge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 26:08


Nehemiah 1:1-11University Baptist Church of Baton Rouge is a faith community striving to think critically, live creatively, and love continually. Visit www.ubc-br.org or @UBCBR on Facebook for more information. Music by HookSounds

Louisiana Considered Podcast
How this mobile cancer screening unit will help expand healthcare access in the Gulf South

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 24:29


Nearly two decades ago, Louisiana lawmakers promised to reshape the state's juvenile justice system to adopt a model of rehabilitation rather than punishment. All these years later, youth facilities remain understaffed, underfunded, and violent. Staff writer for the Baton Rouge Advocate Jacqueline DeRobertis joins us more on these broken promises and where to go from here.  It's no secret that many residents of the Gulf South often have difficulties accessing healthcare due to transportation, language, and other barriers. Now, the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center in Baton Rouge is set to unveil a new mobile unit aimed at expanding access to cancer screenings and increasing healthcare options. Renea Duffin, Mary Bird Perkins Vice President of Cancer Support, Outreach, and Clinical Research, tells us more.  One unforeseen consequence of Hurricane Ida was a spike in the number of carbon monoxide related deaths largely due to the overuse of generators. This led to a new law requiring carbon monoxide detectors in homes. Law author Metairie Rep. Stephanie Hilferty and State Fire Marshal Dan Wallis join us for more information on how to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.  Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Karen Henderson. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. 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.

Open The Mic
Season 4 Episode 18: Funniest Cop in Baton Rouge

Open The Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 55:26


In this episode we sat down with Baton Rouge comic Jason Bourgeois. He talks us through, getting started in comedy at an older age and getting booked on his first show.Support the show

Abolition Today
S3-E29 Enter The Dragons - Black August 2022

Abolition Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 119:00


It's our 1st episode of Black August 2022. Martin Luther King Jr. warned that we face 3 evils in the world. Racism, Poverty, and War. In the 50 plus years since his assassination, racism has returned to its roots of forced bondage. Rebuilding a global system of enslavement through international prison industries. We've witnessed the largest mass displacement in mankind's history with some 82.4 million forced out of their homes. Unwarranted hubris among dictators has brought us dangerously close to a world shattering war with the most advanced military armies on earth. Fires rage out of control both literally and figuratively. Plagues unseen for generations have returned, and the threat of nuclear annihilation has never been closer. In merica we face civil war, mass killings, and political coups at the highest levels of government. White nationalists have become more emboldened than they have been since reconstruction. Saying the quite parts out loud for all to hear with no repercussions. All while slavery abolitionists work to finally end constitutional slavery in the US for the first time. Enter the Dragons of Black August 2022.  Also, the free premier of the documentary Slave State 2022 happens on August 14th at East Baton Rouge Parish River Center Library. 250 North Blvd., 4th Floor, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802. Time: 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Come through and meet Max, Tribal, Curtis and the Decarcerate Louisiana organizers! Of course we've got flaming hot-fire music mixes, poetry, and our Bridging The Gap segment which brings the voices of the abolitionist ancestors back to life for a new generation.

Interplace
God's Wrath Meets The Cherokee Path

Interplace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 25:06


Hello Interactors,Unexpected extreme meteorological events on Biblical scales are happening all around the globe. Their intensity and frequency is only going to increase. Who will survive and who will die may come down to who chooses the right path. As interactors, you’re special individuals self-selected to be a part of an evolutionary journey. You’re also members of an attentive community so I welcome your participation.Please leave your comments below or email me directly.Now let’s go…ONE IN A THOUSAND“As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day Noah entered the ark; and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. That is how it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.Two men will be in the field; one will be taken and the other left.Two women will be grinding with a hand mill; one will be taken and the other left.Therefore keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come.”Matthew 24:37-42At 2 a.m. their Lord came. And then the flood. A woman, Amber, and a man, Riley, rushed to wake two boys and two girls: Madison, Riley Jr., Nevaeh, and Chance. Ages eight, six, four, and two. The water was filling their trailer home like a bathtub. But this was not just any flood.Civil engineers plan for floods like this. Flash floods. They mold networks of linear concrete channels directing water to rush into cavernous catchments…sometimes at blistering speeds. Civil engineers take great pride in trying to control nature. The British civil engineer credited with birthing the discipline, Thomas Tredgold, once said, “Engineering is the art of directing the great sources of power in nature for the use and convenience of man.” The power of these floods could not be directed. The cleverly engineered network of pipes, culverts, and catchments were eviscerated. Useless. Inconvenient to man.Seeing the water rise around them, gushing from all directions, the family of four headed for higher ground – their roof. But it wasn’t high enough, so onto a dangling limb they climbed. The water followed. Chunks of their home ripped from its frame as they clung to the tree. They watched as their home rose from its footings and swirled in the torrent.Have you ever submerged a rubber ball to the bottom of a pool, released it, and watch as it rushes to the surface with a pop? That’s the work of buoyancy force. It’s the same force that works against you swimming to the bottom to release it. It takes just two feet of flood water to exert 1500 pounds of buoyancy force. Imagine the force of 20 feet of rushing water? This flood was tossing SUVs like pool toys. Those four kids didn’t stand a chance. Only mom and dad survived.The U.S. Southeastern state of Kentucky was hit with a series of sudden thunderstorms last week. The death toll has climbed to 37. The town of Jackson, just west of Lexington, saw their entire average August rainfall of four inches pour down in just 12 hours. The National Weather Service estimated a storm like this may occur just once in 1000 years.They said that in 2015 about a rainstorm in South Carolina. Two regions there saw 10 and 26 inches of rain fall over four days. Twenty people died. Another “once in 1000 year” event happened in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 2016. Thirteen people died. Over ten times more houses in that area had major flooding (18 inches or more) than the last storm of this magnitude in 1983. That’s 33 years ago, not 1000. Suffice it say, the Southeast United States will have ‘once in 1000 year’ flood events at least once every five years, if not every year. What are the odds experts will stop calling them ‘once in 1000 year’ weather events? One in 1000?In 2015 Pope Francis sent a letter to all Catholic churches titled, Laudato si' (Praise Be to You). The subtitle read, “on care for our common home”. It was a seething critique on consumerism, globalism, addiction to continual economic growth, and the social and environmental degradation it has caused. He doesn’t mince words when he writes that it is,“easy to accept the idea of infinite or unlimited growth, which proves so attractive to economists, financiers and experts in technology. It is based on the lie that there is an infinite supply of the earth’s goods, and this leads to the planet being squeezed dry beyond every limit.”He observes it’s resulted in a form of “reductionism which affects every aspect of human and social life.” Especially those who are poor. He says, “the poor and the earth are crying out.” Imagine the sound of cacophonous rushing floodwaters, the clap of angry water-logged thunder clouds, punctuated with screams of terror from a family of four left with two. They clung to an equally terrified tree as their sole possessions rushed away in a gushing deluge. Deranged droplets running scared from the canyons, crevices, and creeks of the battered and bewildered hills of Appalachia.Kentucky is home to perennially poor people. The first Europeans to settle there most likely lived like resident Cherokees. For millennia Indigenous communities hunted and fished in and around the streams and rivers that carved grassy areas amidst hickory-oak forests. They hallowed out poplar trees to make canoes traversing vast networks of rivers and streams to hunt, travel, and trade. Cherokee women were expert horticulturists. They cultivated seeds using slow-burning fires to clear underbrush and germinate seeds, experimented with seed alterations to improve yields, farmed strawberries, and harvested North American native onions, called ramps. Their mountain plateaus were rich with rows of ‘Three Sisters’; beans, corn, and squash grown in clumps of biological reciprocity.Europeans and enslaved Africans then brought sweet potatoes and peaches which Cherokees also adopted. They did all this, as history professor Gregory Smithers learned, “not to commodify and claim possession over the landscape and rivers, but to constantly renew their commitment to living in balance and harmony with local ecosystems.”However, living in harmony with nature ended when European imperialists started competing for land and natural resources in the 17th and 18th centuries. As Europeans immigrant populations grew in the 19th century, so did commodification. By the late 1800s fresh-water mussels of Tennessee and southwest Virginia fed a burgeoning international pearl market. Within a few decades Tennessee was leader in marketing and selling pearls.After the Civil War and the formation of the New South, dams were built, roads were constructed, and timber became easier to extract. Corporations from the North bought large swaths of land. By 1930, over 60 percent of Kentucky land was owned by European, Canadian, and Northern United States companies. Families were forced to sell their land. Companies arranged sophisticated legal schemes in Washington D.C. forcing private land foreclosures they quickly then swooped up.The domination and oppression these Kentuckians experienced is what all Indigenous people had already endured, and continue to endure, across the continent. The taking of land and resources was dehumanizing and starved them of their dignity. Corporations played into these visceral emotions labeling and portraying people of the South, just as they did Indigenous, African, and lower-class European slaves and servants, as backwards, dirty, uneducated, lazy, and violent. The stereotype stuck and is alive to this day. The Pope is right, poor people of Appalachia are crying out alright. But many are crying in anger directed at another stereotype who hear mother earth crying: ‘environmentalists’.DISSONANCE DIFFUSEDKentucky is a deeply red state. Most love Trump and members of the Trump Republican party who gleefully dismantle environmental regulations. As Trump pulled from the Paris Peace Accords many Kentuckians cheered when he trumpeted that he represents the people of “Pittsburgh not Paris”. These people what their land back from corporations but vote for the party who hands land over to those very corporations. They want to farm, fish, and hunt in clean mountains and streams and for their houses to not float away, but many deny climate change and despise environmentalism. To enact revenge on the ’coastal elites’ of ‘the North’ they are inflicting material damage on their own soil and air, their livelihoods, and their mental and physical health. But when identities are threatened, so is reason.And it turns out, distraught, individualist, conservative cisgender male Christians who value patriarchy and masculinized manual labor (like logging and mining) have an especially hard time accepting this essential fact: addressing the effects of climate change will require communal collective action across global, socio-political, cultural, and gender boundaries. This approach is antithetical to their identity, and they feel threatened by it. So how does one teach such a person the hard realities of climate change contributing to their destruction?Scholars working at the intersection of learning sciences and social psychology find it starts with diffusing the dissonance. They advise avoiding threats to identity or attempts to ‘win them over’ through argumentation or value judgement. Researchers also found an educational path into conservative homes may best be through children. One study showed daughters educated on aspects of climate change were particularly effective in educating their fathers.A group of educators in conservative Oklahoma manage to subvert laws restricting the teaching of aspects of climate change by talking openly in the class about its social controversy. This problem-based approach to learning has shown embracing controversy in meaningful dialog opens the door to collective problem solving among conservative students.Professor David Long at Moorehead University in Kentucky takes this approach in his introductory physics class for non-physics majors. He also does research on how political and religious ideology can be used to mediate science education. His class is called “Modern Issues and Problems in the Physical Sciences”. Being in coal country, he focuses on the carbon costs of energy production. Using project-based learning techniques students grapple with the science behind energy production, consumption, and CO2 atmospheric outputs – both the opportunities and the threats.He says “a small number of (always) white male Morehead State students present themselves in class adorned with various types of neo-facist para-military and white supremacist shirts, hats, and other coded iconography that have burgeoned among the political right in recent years.” To diffuse dissonance, he starts the class by identifying as the son of a father who worked in the coal-fired energy industry on the eastern Appalachian slopes of Pennsylvania.He wraps up the course by having the class write up an ‘official’ news release on a future energy policy based on what they learned. To encourage unbiased writing, he exposes them to the realities of media bias by using the ‘ad fontes media’ bias chart. This indirectly teaches them to be more critical of their own personal information choices on climate change. He says that so far only three people “have chosen energy policies which retain high CO2 emissions, and even in these cases, the students have chosen natural gas as part of a larger suite of energy choices in what they describe as a pragmatic stopgap as we move away from carbon.”FROM REDNECK TO RED’S NEXT“People look down on Appalachians, and some people are saying the hillbillies got what they deserved…But it’s not like that. These were good people, God-fearing people that loved their neighbors and looked out for each other. People don’t realize how much has been lost.” Those are the words of Tonya Gibson, a nurse practitioner in Knott County, Kentucky. She’s been dealing with people mourning the loss of those rescued but not saved from the flood. She spoke to the stereotypes that plague people living in this region as a form of her own crying.These are the same God-fearing people Pope Francis knows suffer most from the effects of climate change. Effects due to a fossil-fueled exploitive form of capitalism the Pope is critical of. For his next memo, perhaps the Pope should reflect on the role Catholicism and Christianity played in the unfolding of overly extractive capitalism. He should contemplate the exploitation of Indigenous and African people in pursuit of gold for centuries of Pope’s like him and the nation-states they, and other Christian churches, controlled.The origins of the complete dominion over natural resources in pursuit of prosperity for Kings and their Christian enablers is rooted in interpretations of the Bible. The English Standard Version of Genesis 1:26. reads:“Then God said, ‘Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.’”Other versions say ‘rule’ instead of ‘dominion’. And rule they did. Many still do and authoritative rule has become a part of their identity. But Christians who follow principles of ecotheology believe this is a misinterpretation or poor translation of the original Hebrew text. They contend for humans to be granted ‘dominion’ does not mean they have permission to gluttonously exploit, defile, or destroy it – just the opposite. Ecotheologians believe their God gave humans the gift of nature and they are obligated to apply the abilities God instilled in their big brain to creatively maintain, care, and sustain the gifts of nature.The word ‘dominion’ appears elsewhere in the Bible in plural form. ‘Dominions’ are Christian angels tasked with keeping the natural order of the universe as their God designed it, by enforcing universal laws of nature. Curiously, atheist environmentalists are in fact, in Christian terms, Dominion Angels doing what God told them to do. But getting ‘rednecks’ to listen to these ‘whackos’ won’t be easy. But not impossible.In 2003, two researchers published a paper studying faith-based environmentalism in 20 churches in Appalachia. They found these churches successfully promoted “a transformation of personal values, attitudes, and conduct in support of an environmental ethic of care.” Further, they were able to convince traditional Christians that beliefs surrounding ‘dominion as domination’ are “key reasons for continued environmental degradation.” Other efforts like the ‘Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology’ continue to foster faith-based communities “where religious and spiritual traditions join together for the shared wellbeing of ecosystems.”Whether you’re a secular civil engineer who believes we just need more concrete to control nature or an evangelical God-fearing Christian ruling over your God-given domain, the forces of nature don’t care. That is a cognitive dissonance that needs diffused. The Cherokees have never been confused; they know what needs to happen. Cherokee historical knowledge teaches the importance of gudugi – working together for the good of all. This is done with reverence for all living things while walking the right path – duyvkta.Many scoff at Indigenous knowledge and science. They write it off as primitive and that to embrace their principles somehow would throw us back centuries. But these people survived by adapting to ebbs and flows of nature. They were quick to adopt new technologies, knowledge, and tales and then harmonized them with nature with reverence and reciprocity. They walked the right path so that others after them could too.Before the Cherokees were forced off their land in the 1830s, a knowledge keeper named Thomas Nutsawi (Deer in the Water) would share some of their creation stories with missionaries who were there to share theirs. Reciprocity. As 1830 approached it’s reported he warned them of a time “when the world became ‘full of people who were very wicked. They disregarded all good instructions and would not listen to any thing [sic] good that was said to them’.”Recall the Biblical story of Naoh’s Ark. It was the wicked people, sinners, that led God to flood their land. Nutsawi continued,“an old man was instructed by ‘a certain dog’ to place ‘all kinds of animals’ into a vessel. The old man obeyed, and shortly after closing the door on his vessel ‘rain commenced, and continued forty days and forty nights, while the water at the same time gushed out of the ground, so that as much water came up, as fell down from the clouds. The wicked people could swim but little before they would sink and drown’.”Cherokees didn’t just synthesize European fruits and vegetables into their diet, they syncretized missionary Christian tales into their knowledge transfer. Nutsawi was integrating the Biblical stories with Cherokee concepts of ecological cooperation between man, animal, and nature as a lesson to European missionaries and his people. As we all face what even the Pope sees as undeniable and unmanageable meteorological forces stemming from wicked people and their sinful ways, Nutsawi’s words offered what may be a prescient ending to his story. He said,‘the family saved in the ark were Red…the Red people are the real people…’ Nutsawi made his point by reminding us all that their forebearers, the original inhabitants of the land, survived harsh and intense climatological and geological upheaval, both sudden and enduring, because they rejected selfishness. But Europeans, he observed, were ugasalesgi – greedy. And for that, they drowned.Thank you for reading Interplace. This post is public so feel free to share it. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit interplace.io

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast

Sonny Shipp of Geaux247 joins Lance Glinn to break down the commitment of Top247 WR Shelton Sampson, discuss how LSU was able to beat out Alabama, Texas A&M, Florida State, and others, and talk about the impact Sampson could make early on in Baton Rouge. Host: Lance Glinn Guest: Sonny Shipp Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Geaux247 Podcast

Sonny Shipp of Geaux247 joins Lance Glinn to break down the commitment of Top247 WR Shelton Sampson, discuss how LSU was able to beat out Alabama, Texas A&M, Florida State, and others, and talk about the impact Sampson could make early on in Baton Rouge. Host: Lance Glinn Guest: Sonny Shipp Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Neil Haley Show
De'Vannon Hubert

The Neil Haley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 13:00


De'Vannon Hubert is the author of Sex, Drugs and Jesus, a memoir about his struggles with drug addiction, drug dealing, homelessness, serving in the Armed Forces, contracting HIV and HEP B, and rejection from his church for his sexuality. De'Vannon is also the host of the Sex, Drugs and Jesus Podcast and is the owner of DownUnder Apparel - A lingerie and sportswear store for men and women. Aside from this, De'Vannon is an Honorably discharged veteran of the United States Air Force and a graduate of both Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and the Hypnosis Motivation Institute. He also graduated from the Medical Training College of Baton Rouge and is a Licensed Massage Therapist. De'Vannon's story is one of surviving the social outskirts and finding one's way back to a balanced path. A Little Bit More About De'Vannon:  My name is De'Vannon Hubert and I'm from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Discovering my sexuality while growing up as a Christian in the South wasn't easy, but I didn't get into any real trouble until my own church told me I wasn't welcome in God's house, in my twenties. Dejected, I spiraled into drug addiction and crime, and my drug of choice was crystal meth. After years of living life to the extreme with the craziest drugs and wildest sex I could imagine, my HIV+ diagnosis only told me one thing: Go out with a bang because your life is almost over. Today, my life is a very different story and much has changed. I'm not homeless, I don't think my life is ending any time soon, and I have an evolving perspective of what it means to live a balanced and spiritual life.

That SEC Football Podcast
LSU & Auburn open camp, Billy Napier on how progress is measured at Florida & Mizzou not close to naming QB1?

That SEC Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 26:40


SEC Mike Bratton (@MichaelWBratton) shares the latest news around the league! LSU running back takes a hit as Tre Bradford is no longer a Tiger (1:00), Brian Kelly on Kayshon Boutte progression in the offense, the unknowns at QB and on the OL and the importance of keeping the #18 tradition alive in Baton Rouge (3:15), Bryan Harsin doing what he can to correct the issues of last season but showing his ability to adapt (10:30), Billy Napier explains how progress is being measured in Gainesville (19:15), Eli Drinkwitz hints Mizzou nowhere close to naming a starting QB (23:00) All show music comes via Nashville band Crimson Calamity; check out their work by clicking the link below:  https://open.spotify.com/artist/29HGeJEcYHBJlyt4xIcLBw?si=GJoEOr0YSoeqWkrjhCc0Ug Advertising inquiries: thatsecpodcast@gmail.com Donate to cousin Shane's beer fund via CashApp: $thatSECpodcast Show call-in number: 615-800-5683 We have t-shirts for sale! Check out our merchandise store featuring shirts, hoodies, stickers, coffee mugs, pillows, phone cases and more: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/thatsecpodcast?ref_id=19055 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Fast Casual Nation Podcast
112. Career Growth In The Face Of The Industry's Current Labor Shortage

Fast Casual Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 23:44


The Fast Casual Nation Podcast offers exclusive interviews with experts ranging from top chefs and brand makers to executives and restaurants who work in one of the fastest-growing segments of the restaurant industry. In this episode, I chat with Kyle Frederick, chief operating officer of Original ChopShop, a fast-casual restaurant based in Dallas. Frederick's story is one of growth and dedication, he worked his way from entry-level to C-suite executive in just 10 years. When asked about his start in the industry, he says, “I've been in the service industry for 20 years now, really my whole professional career has been in the service industry. Earned my chops at an oldie but a goodie brand which is Chili's Bar And Grill. That's really it. I learned the foundation of service and hospitality with Chili's as I was getting my business degree at LSU. I'm originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.” He adds he got his business degree and got hooked into the restaurant industry. Next Frederick worked at Zoës Kitchen, a fast-cast concept for ten years. He shares, “If you are in the right time and you're eager to grow and do a lot of things, you get to do a lot of things and I kept raising my hand for different assignments and different roles and as they came available just really worked myself up the ladder so to speak over the course of those 10 years. So I worked inside the restaurant as a leader, and was a general manager when we started really growing restaurants in 2019 through the heart of the recession. I got my opportunity to open up a lot of restaurants that took a couple years.” We talk about what customers expect when dining at the Original ChopShop and Frederick says, “Original ChopShop is a neighborhood eatery. We're founded in 2013. We're for those on the go busy people that are still looking for something that's going to be nutritious and flavorful but they don't have to sacrifice in any of those categories to get something on the go. Where everything is chopped in shop. That's where we get our name from the Original ChopShop. We are fast-casual so you order at the counter and bring the food out to you.” You can find protein bowls, salad, sandwiches, juices and more on the menu. To hear Frederick talk about being a people first business, Original ChopShop benefits package and professional development program that are positively impacting team performance and retention tune into this episode of Fast Casual Nation on Spotify.

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-4 THURSDAY HOUR 2

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 43:37 Very Popular


Chuck opens hour two about proposed rule changes in college football. Neal McCready of Rebel Grove and The Oxford Exxon Podcast talks Ole Miss Rebels. Hunt Palmer of ESPN 104.5 in Baton Rouge talks LSU Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-4 THURSDAY HOUR 2

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 43:37


Chuck opens hour two about proposed rule changes in college football. Neal McCready of Rebel Grove and The Oxford Exxon Podcast talks Ole Miss Rebels. Hunt Palmer of ESPN 104.5 in Baton Rouge talks LSU Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The SplashCast with Reggie and Norwood
Episode 64: A Team Scorned - Around The League

The SplashCast with Reggie and Norwood

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 98:59


Greenwood and Travis Hunter start a partnership. SWAC and the SEC have a showdown in Baton Rouge on the horizon. Liz Cambage is on the outs with her new team already. Barkley is going to stay with TNT after flirting with moving to LIV. Deshaun Watson is suspended for 6 games. Julio Jones is a Buc and the guys aren't upset. Malcolm Jenkins is putting his money where his mouth is. To close out Lebron takes a cheap shot and turns it into future dollars.

Louisiana Considered Podcast
The return of the Kingfish: could minor league hockey be on its way back to Baton Rouge?

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 24:28


It's no secret that ice hockey is not the most popular sport to play in the hot and humid Gulf South. But that doesn't mean the game can't rack up loyal fans. Back from 1996-2003, the minor league hockey team, the Baton Rouge Kingfish, ruled the ice in the Capital City. And now, the beloved team may be making a return.  Louisiana Considered's Alana Schreiber spoke with Barry Soskin, owner and operator of multiple minor league hockey teams over the last 25 years. He shared his plans to bring hockey back to Baton Rouge, starting with an exhibition game this December.  But first, if you live in Louisiana you might know that tradition dictates only eating oysters in months with the letter “r” – from September to April. Even though August is still a month shy of oyster season, Friday August 5 is still a time to celebrate National Oyster Day.  Carolina Bourque, Oyster Program Manager at the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, joins us for more insight into the state's oyster industry, and how to keep our waterways safe for recreation and production.  Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Karl Lengel. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. 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.

Conjugate Chats w/ Coach Rasberry
Conjugate Chats #7: Christian Van Buren

Conjugate Chats w/ Coach Rasberry

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 77:23


This episode of the Conjugate Chats had guest Christian Van Buren, the Director of Professional and Elite Performance at D1 Sports in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. We got to chat about his walk in strength & conditioning, his training methods, faith, life, his opinions, thoughts, and much more!If you enjoyed this podcast, please like, follow, subscribe, comment, and even share with a friend!Thank you so much for listening and a special thank you to the Department of Young Strength Coaches for sponsoring this episode!In the name of strength, be strong and have a day today!DOYSC's Discord Link:http://discord.gg/QHBwEDfH

LSU Daily
Rickie Collins an LSU lock? | Malik Nabers Interview | 2 Tigers Earn PFF All America Honors

LSU Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 27:55


Four-Star QB Rickie Collins from Baton Rouge has de-committed from Purdue and is now LSU's top target. Is he a lock to land at LSU? We also chat with Freshman All-SEC WR Malik Nabers about expectations going into Year 2. And two more Tigers have earned preseason All America honors and one of them might surprise you.

Joce & Float
From Lake Charles w Love with Terence Delaine

Joce & Float

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 102:30


The Joce and Float Podcast is back this week another special guest. This week it is Terence Delaine, a comic who is also from Lake Charles, Louisiana and residing in Baton Rouge just like our hosts. He is a member of No Show Comedy and has performed all over doing stand up and producing his own shows. Tune in to hear how he got his start, how he thinks he didnt say his first curse word till high school, and the origins of no show comedy. Our favorite hosts are also back as Dwayne and Boobie take us through all our favorite segments such as Either/Or and the Adventures of Florida Man.Follow Everyone on IG!@JoceAndFloat@DwayneTheComic@Mr_JalenRDoucet@TDelaineDos0:00-1:09 Intro1:10-4:49 Rapid Fire4:50-9:15 woman eaten by her cats9:16-12:36 Cincinnati woman pays a man to steal her car12:37-15:59 Cafeteria worker in Japan s#!ts in school lunches16:00-20:36 Columbian Farmer Finds $600M20:37-1:02:53 Interviewing Terrance1:02:54-1:18:05 Either/Or1:18:06-1:20:46 Liddle Riddle1:20:47-1:24:30 Let's Learn Spanish1:24:31-1:30:15 Adventures of Florida Man1:30:16-1:39:51 On This Day/Birthdays1:39:52-1:42:24 Shoutouts

Two Bees in a Podcast
Episode 111: Honey Bee Nutrition Using Feed Supplements

Two Bees in a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 39:00


In this episode of Two Bees in a Podcast, released on August 3, 2022, Dr. Jamie Ellis and Amy Vu speak with Vincent Ricigliano, a research entomologist with the USDA from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the effect of artificial diets on honey bee health. This episode is ended with a Q&A segment. Check out our website ufhoneybee.com for additional resources from today's episode.

LSU Tigers Podcast - The Bengal Tiger
Louisiana recruiting for LSU set to get red hot in August

LSU Tigers Podcast - The Bengal Tiger

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 18:11 Very Popular


On this edition of The Bengal Tiger Podcast, Billy Embody breaks down what could be a huge start to August for LSU in Louisiana recruiting. What does 4-star QB Rickie Collins decommitting from Purdue mean? Can LSU land a pair of Baton Rouge area prospects with decisions coming in the next week? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Livingwithxxy
62 | Life with Klinefelter syndrome: Luke Breard

Livingwithxxy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 55:44


Luke Breard is a 29-year-old man living in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. When he and his wife could not conceive, they discovered he had an unknown diagnosis. Luke has been living his entire life with Klinefelter syndrome. This is the story of Luke's XXY diagnosis and how he became an adoptive father to two incredible boys. The Living With XXY Website

Mojobreak Sports Card Show
Wax Packs & Warning Packs #15 | Live from The National with Anthony Ranaduo

Mojobreak Sports Card Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 30:36


From The National in Atlantic City, Cody chats with co-owner of Cards & Culture and former big leaguer Anthony Ranaudo! The guys talk about Anthony's journey from MLB pitcher to card shop owner, what cards got him back into the hobby and discuss which landing spots would be best Juan Soto & Shohei Ohtani collectors if they're dealt before trade deadline. Check out Anthony's shop in Baton Rouge @cardsandculture and check out his podcast The Up & In Show! Note: This episode was recorded before the August 2nd trade deadline on July 29th.

Louisiana Considered Podcast
How one Louisiana non-profit is responding to record-high gun violence

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 24:29


This Wednesday, the The 100 Black Men of Metro Baton Rouge nonprofit will host, “NOT FROM THIS HOUSE”, a citywide meeting calling 500 Black fathers and sons.for an in-depth conversation surrounding gun violence. We speak to the President and Chairman of the organization, Michael Adams, along with Executive Director Dadrius Lanus to learn more about preventing gun violence with youth mentoring programs.  Earlier this summer, Baton Rouge's very own Dylan Miller placed 4th at the World Cube Association's North American Championship. We speak to Miller to learn how he first got involved in Rubik's cube competitions and where he goes from here. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Karen Henderson. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. 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.

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch
Deezy Up Next DGB Off The Porch Interview

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 30:26


Interview by Haze of DGB https://www.instagram.com/mike_tall We recently sat down with Louisiana artist Deezy Blanco for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he discussed growing up in Monroe, jumping off the porch, attending Southern University, dropping out to make more money, the differences between Monroe and Baton Rouge, life lessons he has learned, starting rap after making a song dissing his ex, meaning behind his rap name, the music scene in Monroe, the impact of Louisiana on the rap game, his recent project “Agony”, new music video “Be Cautious”, the grind of being an independent artist and much more! 

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch
Lil Dump DGB Off The Porch Interview

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 21:13


Interview by Haze of DGB https://www.instagram.com/mike_tall Recently we linked with Baton Rouge rapper Lil Dump for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he talked about life in Baton Rouge, the violence in his city, growing up in Valley Park, jumping off the porch, plans to go to LSU once he finishes high school, Future being his favorite rapper, being raised by his uncle Big Dump, his relationship with NBA Youngboy, his thoughts on the rap game right now, making his best music when he's feeling pain, the music scene in Baton Rouge right now, his debut project 'Tha Dump Way', his new music videos “No Pain No Game” & “Talk My Shit”, being an independent artist, and much more!

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch
Kayy Kilo DGB Off The Porch Interview

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 33:32


Interview by Haze of DGB https://www.instagram.com/mike_tall Recently we linked with BDBE artist Kayy Kilo for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During ur conversation she talked about growing up between Baton Rouge & Lake Charles, moving to Houston after high school to pursue music, going back to Baton Rouge after 2 months, then moving to Atlanta, going through a near-death experience in Atlanta which lead her to move back to Houston, using her music as therapy, being influenced by Lauryn Hill, being a huge fan of NBA Youngboy, DaBaby reaching out to her, being the first female artist to sign to Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment, her new music video “Ice”, her single “Bend It”, wanting to release a project by August, her next single “Slow Down”, wanting to do pop music, getting booked for 3 Rolling Loud festivals this year, motherhood, explain why she doesn't post her daughter on social media, her fans the “Kilo Kartel”, and much more!

Louisiana Ladies
Lend a Paw

Louisiana Ladies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 57:57


We had so much fun chatting with Lauren Swartley, owner and founder of Lend a Paw! Lauren tells the story of how she came to start her own pet sitting business here in Baton Rouge. Melissa has utilized her services and can't say enough great things about the company! We also discuss the importance of animal rescue and how you can get involved in our own community. Thanks for joining us, Lauren! Check out Lauren: Lend A Paw Baton Rouge - Professional Dog Walking and Pet Sitting (lendapawbr.com) July book of the month: Book Lovers Catch up on Louisiana Ladies on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Follow Louisiana Ladies on Instagram and Facebook Wanna chat? Email louisianaladiespodcast@gmail.com

Prognosis
Episode Four: A Weight-Loss Mecca's Secrets

Prognosis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 53:02 Very Popular


We all think we know the basics of weight loss. It is all about consuming fewer calories than you burn. Eat less, move more. Calories in, calories out. But there's much more to it than these simple equations, as a trip to the enormous Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana - a hub of such research - shows. In this episode, we break down the science of why it's so hard to lose weight, and look at what the kinds of stories heralded as a weight-loss success really look like in practice.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.