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Welcome to The Bakery Bears Video Show featuring more of our ‘Seasonal Shows'! Join us in this episode for: 1. (1 min 16 secs) “Welcome” Welcome you to the start of Advent and their first properly festive show of the season As an extra special treat, share with you Day 1 of the Bakery Bears Advent Calendar 2023. You can watch ALL of Day 1's instalment here https://www.patreon.com/posts/day-1-bakery-93458968 We mentioned our ‘Christmas with the Bakery Bears' web page https://bakerybears.com/christmas/ We spoke about the recent episode of our Radio Show which you can listen to here https://bakerybears.com/listen/ Kay mentioned ‘Christmas Lodge' https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1895321/ 2. (18 mins 27 secs) “Whats on YOUR needles” https://www.ravelry.com/discuss/the-bakery-bears/2955474/976-1000#1000 Kay was knitting : Red, White & Royal Blue Mitts We spoke about the Napoleon film https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleon_(2023_film) Learn to knit mitts with Kay https://bakerybears.com/mitt-tutorials/ Watch Kays no hole thumb gusset tutorial https://www.patreon.com/posts/bakery-bear-no-33826097 Wrist ticklers https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wrist-ticklers Kay mentioned our November Patron Exclusive Show which you can watch here https://www.patreon.com/posts/patron-exclusive-93558336 Kay takes a closer look at London House Yarns in this video https://www.patreon.com/posts/how-to-choose-59668951 Fairground Socks https://bakerybears.com/fairground-socks/ Learn to make a project bag with Kay https://www.patreon.com/posts/86285471 Find out the story behind this pattern in Kays Design Diary https://www.patreon.com/posts/fairground-socks-92147502 Dan was knitting : Whispers in the Walls https://bakerybears.com/whispers-in-the-walls/ Learn to dye the yarn Dan is using here https://www.patreon.com/posts/after-all-this-6-70284518 Kay mentioned KnitPicks Sunstruck, watch her review those needles here https://www.patreon.com/posts/knit-picks-dpns-63786187 Aran Harpa Gansey https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/harpa-gansey Find Kays Knit Front Back and Make One Left/Make One Right tutorials here https://bakerybears.com/increases/ We mentioned Christmas Bells are Ringing https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9202096/ 3. (1hr 00 min 42 secs) “Knit or Forfeit” Round 2 “Dan” 4. (1 hr 20 min 36 secs) “Whats OFF your Needles” https://www.ravelry.com/discuss/the-bakery-bears/2955477/2901-2925#2925 Mitred Square Project using the border from https://bakerybears.com/stitch-in-time/ Watch Kays Mitred Square Tutorial Series https://www.patreon.com/posts/mitred-square-1-27350936 Pooh Sticks Socks in Giddy Yarns Fingerless Mitts in Blacker Yarn based on https://www.patreon.com/posts/pippi-mitten-16417622 Watch Kays Blacker Swan DK Yarn review here https://www.patreon.com/posts/blacker-swan-dk-72630860 Kay showed you her finished bag and opened the first day of her Beaches & Birdsong Advent Calendar 5. (1 hr 36 min 26 secs) “Knit or Forfeit” Round 2 “Dan” Find passed seasons of the show here https://www.patreon.com/posts/22297591 Watch Kay's Handmade Christmas https://www.patreon.com/posts/kays-handmade-75710409 6. (1hr 53 mins 20 secs) “Endy Bits!” Join us for The Bakery Bears Advent https://www.patreon.com/join/bakerybearspodcast Watch our recent FPTK Revisited here https://www.patreon.com/posts/fptk-revisited-93678835 Watch Kays Festive Cross Stitch Review https://www.patreon.com/posts/country-cottage-89150053 Listen to the Radio Show here https://bakerybears.com/listen/ HELP KEEP US ON AIR and become a Bakery Bear Patron - You could receive a subscription to our electronic magazine Knitability, exclusive patterns, over 290 tutorials, a monthly live Patron only show, Dan's Garment Knitting shows, Kay's review series and so much more, to find out more visit: http://www.patreon.com/bakerybearspodcast or https://bakerybears.com/subscribe/ For a whole new way to engage with the Bakery Bears visit https://bakerybears.com - All Kay's patterns can be found here https://bakerybears.com/patterns/ - Find our Radio Show here https://bakerybears.com/listen/ Thank you so much for watching, we'll see you in two weeks with our next ‘Video Show' which will feature Kays Handmade Christmas! If you wish to download the show, access it here : http://bakerybears.podbean.com - Apple users will find the show here : https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-bakery-bears-podcast/id1051276128?mt=2 Follow the Bakery Bears on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bakerybears/
Mike and his family visits WDW during Jersey week. He has a split stay and has new thoughts on Roundup Rodeo BBQ, Journey of Water and walks us through his time for the first part of his trip. Is Mike ready to breakup with Beaches and Cream? How does a leisurely 2nd day at DHS look?
In this episode, Megan Alford, Katie Taylor, and Alicia Harriman share their experience at Beaches Turks and Caicos. To get in touch directly with one of today's featured Travel Advisors: Katie T- Katiet@MarvelousMouseTravels.comf Megan A-Megan.Alford@MarvelousMouseTravels.com Alicia H- email@example.com Visit our website for a free quote: www.MarvelousMouseTravels.com View our Youtube channel: Marvelous Mouse Travels - YouTube
In this episode of the Always Be Booked Cruise Podcast, hosts Tommy and Ryan cover the sunken ferry to Blue Lagoon. The boys also discuss some of their favorite beaches to cruise to and eff/marry/kill on cruise ship daytime activities.
Kurtis Loftis joins JMN to discuss the 11th season of "Deck The Chairs" at the Beaches. Originally founded in 2013, the event has become a signature local event and a nationally recognized tourist event.
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I want to speak to the Chef, please! With Thanksgiving and the holiday season coming up, it's an opportune time to talk all things food—and we know just the person. In today's episode, we're traveling to Turks and Caicos to discover a world of culinary delights with Beaches Resorts' Executive Chef Craig Nazareth. With a range of global flavors and dietary-friendly options, Beaches Turks and Caicos offers something that will make your taste buds dance with joy. Turn the volume up and bring your appetite.
Camilo Botero is a visiting scholar from Colombia's Sergio Arboleda University, who specializes in coastal management. He spent his summer surveying as many of the province's beaches as he could get to. Now he's back with the results. Which beaches were best rated?
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In this Dailycast episode of Wrestling Coast to Coast, Chris Maitland and Justin McClelland check out Ohio Valley Wrestling, an indy that's gained serious momentum in the past few months thanks to being featured in a Netflix documentary. The WCTW crew watch the November 9 episode - a decidedly old school affair with a main event of the Overmen vs. Cashflo & Mahabali Shera, as well as the Outrunners against Beaches & Cream and Ryan Von Rockit facing Jack Vaughn. There's also a ton of wacky sponsors, Justin and Chris try to catch up to the angles in real time, delightful '80s gimmicks, and much more in a fun time for all. For VIP listeners, they go to Jersey Championship Wrestling's latest offering to watch Mike Bailey battle Billie Starkz and Matt Makowski versus Clark Connors.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3276210/advertisement
My guest is Kimberly Ward who is an established artist who grew up loving music. She is originally from a small county town in North Carolina, where she began taking piano lessons at an early age. She always enjoyed singing in choirs, during her junior high and high school days. She has taught piano lessons for 8 years and has taught from early beginners to advanced learners. Since 2014 she has been writing music lyrics and has written over 20 songs, with 8 of them recorded in the studio. She now spends all of her time concentrating on songwriting, with plans of starting a band. She writes multi-genre music, starting mostly as American music especially faith-based songs, that bring inspiration for healing for so many people. I am also sharing one of Kim's songs called "Letting Go," you can find her on facebook. Check her music out as well. Not too often to you come across musicians that truly write from the heart but believe she does, and I am so excited to have the opportunity to have her on today and hear her story. The songs I will be sharing in this episode are from : Rocky Michaels-I am sharing his new song An Uncomfortable Truth, a very powerful song with some great lyrics. Also please check out his videos and others songs at his website www.rockymichaelsmusic.com Also I am featuring a song by a musician from my neck of the woods her in the PNW, Pacific Northwest. His song is called Beaches of St. John, you can also check out his website for his upcoming events, concerts and merchandise at www.Joelgibsonjrmusic.com And the last song you will hear is from the Michael Botte Band and there song is called New Rising Sun. You can check out their music at www.michaelbotteband.com, They are from Pennsylvania and I am working on getting them schedule for an upcoming interview. Thank you so much for all my sponsors who have been a part of this amazing podcasting journey. Lone Star Donuts: 360-204-5021 in Silverdale, 360-443-2600 in Port Orchard, 360-626-1164 in Poulsbo, Washington Taquiza 360-698-4335 Taquiza Street 360-200-7315 Alex Pablo; aldentedigitals.com 19TH Hole Bar & Grill 360-813-3501 Chico Chicken & Pizza 360-550-4041 The Big Apple Diner 360-373-8242 Please check out WWW.CHITNCHATPODCAST.COM and you can check out each of these AMAZING businesses. And if you are local you could place you order for some very delicious food or connect with them to place an order of whatever you need. Eat Well, Eat Local. If you haven't subscribe or are following the podcast, please do so. You can find us on Spotify, I-Heart Radio, and many other podcasting platforms. You can also hear the podcast on www.totalmixxradio.org, Every Friday it's a great radio station that plays some amazing tunes and all kinds of genres. It's always fun, encouraging and uplifting. Thank you for joining, until next time... have a great day --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jody-shuffield/message
Swimming, fishing and paddling may now resume at popular central Auckland beaches, just in time for summer. Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei held karakia at Ōkahu Bay this morning to formally lift the rāhui which has been in place since late September. The central eastern beaches now have green markers on Auckland Council's safeswim website. A sinkhole has been blocking the Ōrākei Main Sewer which caused high wastewater overflows into the area. Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei's deputy chair Ngarimu Blair spoke to Corin Dann.
Ktown Reunion Cruise sailing on September 8th, 2024. Watch the world unfurl as you reconnect and make unforgettable memories with family and friends. An enticing blend of fashionable living spaces and state-of-the-art facilities, the ship promises a grand family getaway. Perfect for group travel, the cruise offers an array of lively activities, sumptuous food, and mesmerizing entertainment suitable for all ages
This week, the Maier's get together after a family night out! Topics include: survival prep, self-scheduling, math, Jack Frost, Remembrance Day, bag pipes, the Oilers suck, SOW, dinner bubbles, and the Beaches. Reach Us: @kmaemaier @chrismaierbc @hwywhoney firstname.lastname@example.org
Find the best beach for your tropical Hawaiian vacation with the new Top 10 list from the Hawaiian Island Travel Network! To read the full list, visit https://hawaiianislandtravel.net/hawaii-beach-vacation-top-10-hawaii-beaches/ Hawaiian Island Travel Network City: Kailua-Kona Address: 75-5737 Kuakini Hwy # 102 Website https://hawaiianislandtravel.net/ Phone +1-800-556-4480 Email email@example.com
Fede Vargas was born in Mexico and raised in Canada. He's a former adrenaline-driven sales exec who is now on a purpose-driven podcasting journey and the creator and host of the popular podcast My Most Authentic Life.Fede shares how he connects with people choosing to live courageously and inspire and empower us to create the life we truly want to explore with self-compassion, self-care, and humility. His podcast was inspired and born because of his own transformational journey while living in Mexico. Discover what authenticity means to him and how travel shapes these experiences.Also on Speaking of Travel, Tina Kinsey, Vice-president of Marketing, PR, and Air Service Development at the Asheville Regional Airport, shares how the new airport design more than doubles the square footage of the current terminal and is planned to accommodate future growth. Find out how the phasing of the new terminal will unfold to maintain safe airport operations for your passenger experience. Thanks for listening to Speaking of Travel! Visit speakingoftravel.net for travel tips, travel stories, and ways you can become a more savvy traveler.
Sara-Jayne speaks to Kerry Mclean, Senior Programme Manager of the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa's Coastal Programmes about Cape Town's Blue Flag beaches. WESSA is the national operator of the international Blue Flag Beach Programme.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello, and welcome to the 40th episode of my trip! Today's episode is the 17th of our road trip across Canada and the USA. When leaving to backpack the world this year, we always intended to return to our campervan in Vancouver and drive to the East Coast in July. This is the fifth episode of the USA road trip as we leave Christmas Valley and head east towards the coast. We get derailed by a forest fire on our journey in this as well suffer our first flat tyre of the road trip at 13,000 miles in! Some sensational views in this one include viewpoints on Highway 101, Redwood National Park and Harris Beach in Oregon. Enjoy and be inspired!The places visited - Arcata, Crescent City, Redwood National Park, Brookings and Harris Beach.Patreon Shout-OutThanks to Laura Hammond for supporting this podcast; she does so by purchasing a membership every month on my Patreon. You can support too, by checking out the details below!Winging It Travel PodcastHost/Creator/Writer/Composer/Editor - James HammondProducer - James HammondPodcast Art Design - Swamp Soup Company - Harry UttonWant to watch my solo episodes? Then head to my YouTube channel below, where I add photos and videos from my trip to the weekly solo episodes.Winging It Travel Podcast YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC173L0udkGL15RSkO3vIx5ASupport My Podcast - MembershipsPatreon - https://patreon.com/wingingittravelpodcastBuy Me A Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wingingitSupport My Podcast - Affiliate Links - If you click one of the below to book something, then I get a tiny commission, which helps the podcast.Order Your Revolute Card Today - https://revolut.com/referral/?referral-code=jamesebu!NOV1-23-AR-H2Get Your E-Sim With Airalo - https://airalo.tp.st/4OEAn2kaBook Hostels With Hostelworld - https://hostelworld.tp.st/fYOrWHy3Book your accommodation with booking.com - https://booking.tp.st/bM18anPXBook Experiences With Viator - https://viator.tp.st/VAODlwxmDiscovery Car Hire - https://www.discovercars.com/?a_aid=Jhammo89Book Buses With Busbud - https://busbud.tp.st/n3qpfCf9Travel Insurance with SafetyWing - https://safetywing.com?referenceID=wingingittravelpodcast&utm_source=wingingittravelpodcast&utm_medium=AmbassadorBook Flights With Expedia Canada - https://prf.hn/click/camref:1100lqfY7/creativeref:1100l68075/destination:https://www.expedia.com/Flights?siteid=1&langid=1033Book Hotels with Hotel.com - https://hotels.prf.hn/click/camref:1101lqg8U/creativeref:1011l66932/destination:https://uk.hotels.com/?pos=HCOM_UK&locale=en_GBBook Hotels With Agoda - https://agoda.tp.st/4KSaDxHcBook Hotels With Trivago - https://trivago.tp.st/tWLkGcGeBook Accommodation With Vrbo - https://vrbo.tp.st/Uqx0Afs3Booking Events With Ticketmaster - https://ticketmaster.tp.st/LOyHs1oQContact me - firstname.lastname@example.org or message me on my social media on the links below.Social Media - follow me on:YouTube - Winging It Travel Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC173L0udkGL15RSkO3vIx5AInstagram - wingingittravelpodcast - https://www.instagram.com/wingingittravelpodcast/TikTok - wingingittravelpodcast - https://www.tiktok.com/@wingingittravelpodcastFacebook - Winging It Travel Podcast - https://www.facebook.com/jameshammondtravelReview - Please leave a review and rating wherever you get your podcasts! MY SISTER YOUTUBE CHANNEL - The Trendy Coffee PodcastPlease follow and subscribe below.YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgB8CA0tAk3ILcqEZ39a33gPodcast Links - https://linktr.ee/thetrendycoffeepodcastThanks for your support, James!
Watch the video!https://youtu.be/VjFEbnlifccThe Essential Litigation Apps: https://www.litsoftware.com/ In the News blog post for November 10, 2023:https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2023/11/in-the-news701.htmlThe Essential Litigation Apps: https://www.litsoftware.com/Fixing the Snow GlitchLike Sand on a BeachiPhone from a Windows PerspectiveHomeKit 101Swiftie of the YearI Don't Know if I Want an AdonitThe Essential Litigation Apps: https://www.litsoftware.com/Where Y'at? Segment: Apple LifeSavers and CarTagsBrett's iTip: Limited Edition Veteran's Day Challenge BadgeJeff's iTip: iKlearZac Hall | 9to5Mac: Apple releases iOS 17.1.1 for iPhone with fixes for snow glitch and wireless chargingZac Hall | 9to5Mac: Barbra Streisand once called up Tim Cook because Siri mispronounced her namePaul Thurrott: Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max ReviewPaul Lamkin | The Ambient: Apple HomeKit: Everything you need to know about living in an Apple HomeAndrew O'Hara | AppleInsider: Apple Pencil (USB-C) review: A new budget option in a temporarily confusing lineupRael Hornby | Laptop Mag: Adonit Note+ 2 review: An iPad stylus that's a stroke of excellenceJeff's Review: TranscriptPad update lets you sync video, edit clips, and export trial-ready videosLITSOFTWARE: Sync and Edit Video Depositions in TranscriptPad! (Part 1)LITSOFTWARE: Sync and Edit Video Depositions in TranscriptPad! (Part 2)Daniel Eran Dilger | AppleInsider: Apple's Crash Detection saves another life: mineAshley Belanger | ArsTechnica: AirTags are the new go-to tool for cops after spike in car theftsBrett's iTip: Earn your Limited Edition Veteran's Day Challenge Badge in Apple Fitness by working out for at least 11 minutes tomorrow, Saturday, November 11 on Veteran's Day. You can see your Limited Edition Challenge Badges by going to the Fitness app on your iPhone - Summary - Scroll down to Awards, tap Show More, then scroll down to “Limited Edition Challenges.”Jeff's iTip: iKlear screen cleaner for all your iPhone, iPad, and Mac screens. The Essential Litigation Apps: https://www.litsoftware.com/ Support the showBrett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.comJeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com
Just weeks after hundreds of millions of litres of sewage poured into the Waitemata harbour, Aucklanders are heading back to the beach. The overflow was caused by a sinkhole which opened up at the back of Parnell property, blocking the Orakei Main sewer and pumping effluent into the harbour. Some of city's most popular inner-city beaches that were off-limits during the overflow event have now got the green tick from Safeswim and are back open. As Auckland heads into another weekend of brilliant sunshine, many will be checking the Safeswim app and grabbing their goggles, but others might not feel so confident. Kathryn speaks to Nathaniel Wilson, Watercare's environmental care manager, and Auckland Council's Healthy Waters head of planning Nick Vigar.
As we move into Veterans Day weekend there's all sorts of fun stuff going on, and the JMN crew is here with some highlights starting with the Salute America show at PVCH Friday night. Follow that with the Veterans Day Parade Saturday at 11am. Then Greater Jacksonville Fair is in town, and from there it's a short walk to the Bank, where the Jags host the 49ers Sunday afternoon. The Jax Symphjony presents Mahle's Alma Symphony (#6), the Beaches have the Super Girl Surf Pro Series, and Captain Kirk himself, William Shatner, hosts a screening of Star Trek 2 at the Florida Theatre. And that's just a few of the things. Check out our full writeup in the Weekend Spotlight story. What are you up to?
After a beachfront landowner discovered a loophole in the law and fenced off “his” beach, other oceanfront property owners were eager to follow suit. Governor Tom McCall was determined to stop them, and this is how he did it. (Cannon Beach, Clatsop County; 1960s) (For text and pictures, see URLOFWEBPAGEURLOFWEBPAGEURLOFWEBPAGE)
Five weeks on from the Parnell poo pipe implosion several of Auckland's city beaches are still no swim zones, despite looking pristine. The beaches need a minimum of three consecutive days of testing where bacteria is below what is considered a health risk. But at several spots including Herne, St Marys, Mechanics and Hobson Bay that hasnt happened yet. Auckland Council says it's a hang over from the tens of thousands of litres of sewage pumped into the harbour after a sink hole appeared out of nowhere - damaging a critical pipe. The council head of healthy waters Nick Vigar explains what is going on.
As we gear up for the Holidays, we'll head down to Beaches Turks and Caicos to speak with Jamie McAnnaly, General Manager of the property. Whether you're going to Beaches soon or looking to play your family's next getaway, this episode is for you. We'll get the inside scoop on delectable dining, splash-tactic waterpark adventures, and beach activities that'll make you say, 'More, mon!'. Tune in to discover what's new and fabulous under the Caribbean sun at Beaches Turks and Caicos.
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This is the Royal Rota - our weekly podcast about the royal family, with ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship and Producer Lizzie Robinson.This week, Chris and Lizzie report from Kenya on the royal state visit.
Kristin and Kate speak with food columnist and author, Sandra Gutierrez, about her career path and her newest cookbook Latinísimo, an almost 600 page tome about the cuisines of 21 Latin American countries. She shares her love of challenges, what its like working with a university press and why she wanted to write this specific book. She discusses behind the scenes experiences of proposal writing, recipe creation, research, photography, unexpected hiccups and more before sharing some final advice for aspiring writers.Hosts: Kate Leahy + Molly Stevens + Kristin Donnelly + Andrea NguyenEditor: Abby Cerquitella MentionsSandra GutierrezInstagram Episode 31: Catch an Agent's Attention with Sally Ekus Visit the Everything Cookbooks Bookshop to purchase a copy of the books mentioned in the showLatinísimo by Sandra A. GutierrezSavor the South: Beans and Field Peas by Sandra A. GutierrezLatin American Street Food: The Best Flavors of Markets, Beaches, and Roadside Stands from Mexico to Argentina by Sandra A. GutierrezThe New Southern Latino Table by Sandra A. Gutierrez
On this episode we talk about Liza's recent trip to Sandals Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, Bahamas! We talk about Sandals and Beaches and what you can look forward to seeing and doing if you choose to vacation on one of their properties! If you're looking to go to a destination such as Walt Disney World in Florida, Disneyland in Southern California, Sandals, Beaches, any Cruise line, whether it be Disney or beyond, contact Main Street and More Travel! Let one of our agents make your trip easy and stress FREE! Oh, did I mention that it is FREE to use a travel agent from Main Street and More? If you like the show, please subscribe anywhere you listen to Podcasts! You are always welcome to join us on our Mouse and More Podcast Facebook Group and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. If you REALLY like us, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! We love GOOD reviews! Hope you enjoy this episode! Talk to you soon!
From tomorrow, dogs are banned from Oriental Bay in Wellington, but an effort is underway to allow pooches to roam the sandy shore during summer months. Traditionally dogs can go on the beach in winter, but not summer. The city council will listen to submissions tomorrow as part of its animal bylaw review which was last done in 2016. Ashleigh McCaull reports.
We had the pleasure of interviewing The Beaches over Zoom video!The Beaches are doing everything their way. After more than a decade together as a band, sisters Jordan Miller (lead vocals, bass) and Kylie Miller (guitar) plus closest friends Leandra Earl (guitar and keys) and Eliza Enman-McDaniel (drums) are entering a new era. On new album Blame My Ex, the Juno Award-winning Toronto band channels heartbreak into self-discovery through 10 exuberant songs that revel in pain and redemption, finding strength, independence, and self-love. The result is an album of emotive transformation rendered in playful and passionate power pop. Blame My Ex is “the most authentic and real” version of The Beaches, Kylie says. Lead single “Blame Brett,” an acerbic pop-rock knockout Jordan calls “a song for all the hot messes out there,” has racked up more than 8.5 million streams on Spotify and more than 7.4 million views on TikTok.Blame My Ex, executive produced and co-written by Lowell (Madison Beer) and co-produced by Gus van Go (Metric), is no ordinary breakup record. It's about the love that comes out of separations: the love of friendships, of bandmates, of yourself. It's not about finding happiness because of heartbreak, as Jordan puts it: “It's finding happiness despite it.” It's about rediscovery, being on the precipice of something new, which is true for The Beaches in their personal lives as much as their music.Following a series of breakups—including a split from a major label they were signed to in their early teens—The Beaches are now free to make music that feels true to themselves. A period of uncertainty provided the perfect opportunity. Early in the pandemic, the band started experimenting with social media—TikTok and Instagram in particular—showing fans a more vulnerable, goofy, and down-to-earth side, referring to themselves affectionately and openly as “ur grls.”Finding self-love out of struggle is how Blame My Ex came about in the first place. It started with the jangly and aching “If a Tree Falls,” the first of the breakup songs, which became the thematic North Star around which the other tracks were built. The dark, breathy, and echoing “Everything Is Boring” is hyper-honest about depression: It sounds like a rainy night out. And it led The Beaches to create Blame My Ex's sonic mood: new wave-tinged indie pop that's sparkling, misty, and powerful.Blame My Ex showcases The Beaches at their most accomplished and mature, sonically and lyrically, and boasts Jordan's finest vocal performances yet. “This is the first record I've ever done working with a producer who really cares and is engaged with me as a singer,” she says. You can hear the range of emotions in her voice like crystal—from pain and sadness to anger and triumph. Blame My Ex, she says, is a “diary of what it's like to go through heartbreak: One day you're avoiding the pain and going out and partying a lot—and the next you're trapped in your room, facing your feelings, having an anxiety attack.”“We're growing and finding different things out about ourselves,” says Leandra. “And we're doing it together as four best friends who are there to support each other.” Their unyielding bond and shared journey not only makes The Beaches a musical force to be reckoned with but also a testament to the power of sisterhood and friendship. How could you not be obsessed?We want to hear from you! Please email Hello@BringinitBackwards.comwww.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TheBeaches #BlameMyEx #NewMusic #ZoomListen & Subscribe to BiBhttps://www.bringinitbackwards.com/followFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpodThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4972373/advertisement
The long weekend is almost upon us and there's finally some settled weather in Auckland at least, meaning some of us may be keen to get out in the water. But with the Parnell Poonami still fresh in the mind, nostrils and water, there's still a lot of no go areas. A bypass for a damaged sewer main has finally been installed but not before wastewater including sewage, poured into the harbour. To give us an update Nick Vigar from SafeSwim speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6339493852112
Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Nikki May, writer of “Wahala”, her first novel published by HarperCollins in 2022. Through Ronke, Simi and Boo, the three mixed-race heroines of her book, the writer explores interracial relationships, what defines multicultural identity and captures women's evolving roles in home and work. They also evoke Nikki May's early vocation as a writer and the late realisation of her literary career.As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.Nikki May, Wahala: A Novel, Transworld, 2022. Wahala: A Novel by Nikki May. Copyright © 2022 by Nikki May. Published by HarperCollins Publishers. All rights reserved. Nikki May, Overnight success 58 years in the making, 2023 © BBC. © Comedy Women in Print New Voice Award in 2023. © Kirkus Reviews. © National Public Radio. All rights reserved. Liane Moriarty, Big Little Lies, Penguin, 2014. Emily St. John Mandel, Station Eleven, Knopf, 2014. Fred Vargas, The Three Evangelists, Vintage Books, 1995. © Booker Prize Foundation. Percival Everett, The Trees, © Graywolf Press, 2021. Paula Hawkins, The Girl on the Train, Riverhead Books, 2015. Emma Stonex, The Lamplighters, Penguin Books, 2021. Beaches by Iris Rainer Dart. Copyright © 1985 by Iris Rainer Dart. Published by HarperCollins Publishers. Jane Austen, Mansfield Park, 1814
Beaches & Cream has been a staple restaurant at Walt Disney World for many years. A few years ago it was expanded and altered on the inside, but you still come for the diner food and most importantly, the ice cream.Links:Important DIS links for more information! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Relationships that are unhealthy for us, must come to an end. If we are carrying someone else's burdens and not dealing with our own, we need to breakup with that person, so that we can continue on our self care road. Also, sometimes it's our environment that is holding us back. When we see this, we need to trust our intuition and make that move. When we move, we should take into consideration, what this place offers us. Beaches can help us to heal. So let's take care of ourselves by leaving behind, all that is holding us down. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/phyllis-ruff/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/phyllis-ruff/support
Winston Churchill led his nation through one of the most trying times in human history by the strength of his will and his incredible speaking abilities. Naturally, I had to include a quote of his in my introduction music for this podcast. Today's quote comes from one of three incredible speeches he gave in the first two months of his time as Prime Minister of England in 1940. His words stir the soul and stiffen the spine.
Sea levels along California's coast are expected to rise three feet or more in the coming decades. A new book looks into what a new rising ocean means for coastal communities today and into the future. Plus, Oceanside is tackling the problem of a rising ocean by holding an international design competition to reimagine its coast.
Join us for a fun-filled Episode 30 of the World of DVC Show where we share the TOP THREE ways to use your Disney Vacation Club Points! Marissa kicks off Episode 30 by announcing the start of our World of DVC November Giveback initiative with Give Kids the World! For the month of November a portion of sales from all of the World of DVC Companies (DVC Rental Store, DVC Resale Market, Monera Financial, Magic Vacation Title, Be Our Guest Vacations & Unlocked Magic) will be given to the incredible Give Kids the World organization! Give Kids the World is an 89-acre, nonprofit "storybook" resort in Central Florida where children with critical illnesses and their families are treated to weeklong, cost-free vacations. We also share how YOU can join us in this initiative and have a chance to win an incredible limited-edition Disney painting! Head on over to our Giveback Page to join us in giving back to Give Kids the World this Holiday Season! https://worldofdvc.com/giveback-november/ If you would like to learn more about this amazing organization make sure you go back to Episode 16 to learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmzOrpJOrdA&t=2808s Kerri shares details of attending the 2023 Walt Disney World Ambassador ceremony (and meeting the Chairman of Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, Josh D'Amaro) as well as repeating history with the 2nd time every having 2 female Walt Disney World Ambassadors! Derek shares some awesome stories of meeting up with some fantastic DVC members and their families during their recent visits to Walt Disney World. Following the incredible response to last month's listener questions, the show talks about the TOP THREE WAYS TO USE YOUR DVC POINTS. Best Way #1: Using points at the DVC Resorts (and sharing how much you save by being a DVC member vs paying cash) Best Way #2: Renting out your points with the DVC Rental Store and getting up to $19 per point!! Best Way #3: Swapping your points for incredible new vacations from Universal Orlando to Beaches & Dreams Beach House, the options are endless. We also welcomed special guest Roxanne Steele to share her amazing vacation point swap stories and shows why swapping your points is truly one of the best uses of DVC points! We know you'll finish this month's show even more excited about your DVC points than you were before (if that's possible)! Make sure to stay tune to the very end to see our audience pictures of their Fall Disney celebrations! We really hope you'll enjoy this October's episode & be sure to catch up on all previous episodes via the link below and THANK YOU ALL for the continued support and - as always - "We'll See Ya Real Soon!" Join the Ultimate Disney Community through Unlocked Magic! https://community.unlockedmagic.com/checkout/um-subscribe?via=world DVC Resale Market is the largest broker of DVC resale contracts in the world! https://www.dvcresalemarket.com/utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow Monera Financial the superior lender in DVC financing! https://monerafinancial.com/?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow DVC Rental Store the best place to rent out your points or try before your buy! https://dvcrentalstore.com/?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow Travel to Disney and around the world with the Ultimate Concierge Experience through Be Our Guest Vacations! https://beourguestvacations.com/?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=WODshow Reach out to the World of DVC Team Info@worldofdvc.com Ellie@dvcrentalstore.come (for all of your swap needs!) Paul@unlockedmagic.com (for any questions on this amazing community) Kerri@worldofdvc.com Marissa@worldofdvc.com Derek@dvcresalemarket.com Find our guest Roxanne Steele: TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@dvcvip?_t=8gaaOm5T1Jb&_r=1 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1747894109015214
On this episode, we discuss Disney News! Their were some new DCL announcements. The Candlelight Processional has a lot of new presenters this year! New snacks in Animal Kingdom and snacks we really want to try! We also talk a little about Disney's price increases. If you're looking to go to a destination such as Walt Disney World in Florida, Disneyland in Southern California, Sandals, Beaches, any Cruise line, whether it be Disney or beyond, contact Main Street and More Travel! Let one of our agents make your trip easy and stress FREE! Oh, did I mention that it is FREE to use a travel agent from Main Street and More? If you like the show, please subscribe anywhere you listen to Podcasts! You are always welcome to join us on our Mouse and More Podcast Facebook Group and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. If you REALLY like us, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! We love GOOD reviews! Hope you enjoy this episode! Talk to you soon!
Le film « Ballerina » est-il emblématique d'une stratégie qui lie Netflix et le cinema coréen ? Où pourra-t-on voir Sophie Ellis-Bextor chanter son énorme hit « Muder on the dancefloor » ? Où peut-on voir la formidable mini-série suédoise « The hunt for a killer » ? Quels groupes des années 80 ont influencé le girl band québecois « The Beaches » ? Quelle chanson de Billie Eilish vient de reprendre Troye Sivan ? Où s'arrêtera la mode du « whodunit » et du « detective novel » et qu'apporte de neuf « Invitation à un assassinat » ? Dans quelle salle du Botanique pourra-t-on bientôt écouter la québécoise Lydia Képinski ? Toutes les réponses sont dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce jeudi 12 octobre
WIND BENEATH MY WINGS Tissues at the ready. We tag along with Bette Midler and Barbara Hershy as they grow old together in the 1980s melodrama Beaches. Find out if we were able to hold back the tears. The song? Oh just some little-known anthem called "Wind Beneath My Wings", as heard at pretty much all funerals. Ben is at a Working Man's Club karaoke night, Dietrich calls out Smooth Radio's poor formatting and Alex has his All Saints outro stolen. Find us on Twitter, Instagram and Threads: @TSFTMpod Like, sand and subscribe. Did you enjoy the episode? Then please consider leaving a 5 star review wherever you get your podcasts. It means a great deal to us and makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Want to support us further? You can do this on Patreon from £1 ($1.50) a month: https://Patreon.com/TSFTM or via our merch store: https://TeePublic.com/user/TSFTM Thank you! Timestamps:01:26 - What Have We Been Watching05:24 - History09:01 - Movie Discussion16:56 - Critical Reception & Performances24:03 - Other Versions of the Song29:48 - "Wind Beneath My Wings" Discussion41:03 - Top 545:06 - Movie or Song?
We may all know a bit about how D-Day went down, but there is nothing quite like going on a guided tour and hearing stories of soldiers that day. Get a great history lesson as you wander around famous American D-Day sites like Utah and Omaha Beaches, pay your respects at the Normandy American Cemetery, and more! In this episode, Kat gives us an overview and some stories from the tour she just went on during her trip to Normandy. Link to Tour: https://www.ophorus.com/product/247/a-day-trip-from-bayeux-to-normandy-d-day-us-sector-utah-omaha-beaches
Bachelorette parties are a cherished tradition, offering brides-to-be a chance to let loose, bond with their closest friends, and create unforgettable memories before tying the knot. If you're looking for the perfect destination to host a bachelorette party, look no further than Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This vibrant city is not only known for its stunning beaches but also its thriving nightlife, exquisite dining options, and an array of activities that will make your bachelorette party an absolute blast. Let's dive into all the incredible experiences you can have in Fort Lauderdale during your bachelorette extravaganza. Day 1: Beach Bliss and Waterfront DiningMorning:Your bachelorette weekend begins with some relaxation at Fort Lauderdale Beach. Lounge under the Florida sun, swim in the crystal-clear waters, or try your hand at water sports like paddle boarding or jet skiing. Don't forget to snap some Instagram-worthy photos with your bride squad.Lunch:For lunch, head to one of the many beachfront cafes or restaurants like "Cafe Ibiza" for delicious seafood and refreshing cocktails with a view.Afternoon:Pamper yourselves with spa treatments at a local spa or plan a fun beachfront yoga session to rejuvenate before the evening festivities.Evening:Dress to impress and enjoy a sumptuous seafood dinner at a waterfront restaurant such as "Boatyard" or "15th Street Fisheries." These places offer delectable cuisine and stunning sunset views, creating the perfect ambiance for celebrating the bride-to-be. Day 2: Yacht Party and NightlifeMorning:Rent a private yacht for a day of cruising along Fort Lauderdale's picturesque Intracoastal Waterway. Soak up the sun, take a dip in the ocean, and sip on champagne as you sail through the beautiful canals.Lunch:Opt for a catered lunch on the yacht or return to the mainland for a beachfront picnic.Afternoon:Continue your nautical adventure with some thrilling water sports like parasailing or snorkeling. Or, if you prefer a more relaxed experience, consider a leisurely riverboat cruise through the city's waterways.Evening:As the sun sets, it's time to hit the town. Fort Lauderdale boasts a lively nightlife scene, and Las Olas Boulevard is the place to be. Start with cocktails at a trendy rooftop bar like "Sparrow" before exploring the vibrant array of bars and clubs. Dance the night away at "The Electric Pickle" or enjoy live music at "The Downtowner Saloon." Day 3: Art and Culture ExplorationMorning:After a late-night out, take a leisurely brunch at a charming spot like "O-B House" or "Tucker Duke's Lunchbox" to recharge.Afternoon:Indulge in some cultural exploration with a visit to the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale. Explore the contemporary art collections and engage in interactive exhibits for a unique and enriching experience.Late Afternoon:Stroll around the historic Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, a tranquil oasis filled with tropical gardens and fascinating history.Evening:Wrap up your bachelorette party weekend with a fancy dinner at "Casa D'Angelo," an upscale Italian restaurant known for its mouthwatering cuisine and elegant atmosphere. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is the ideal destination for a bachelorette party that combines beachfront relaxation, exciting adventures, delicious cuisine, and vibrant nightlife. With its beautiful beaches, luxurious yacht experiences, cultural gems, and incredible dining options, Fort Lauderdale promises an unforgettable celebration for the bride-to-be and her closest friends. Make memories that will last a lifetime in this tropical paradise!
A new robot is designed to sink sargassum before the stinky seaweed comes ashore. Blooms of sargassum, a leafy brown seaweed, have increased in size and number over the past decade. As the blooms have grown, so too has their impact on coastal communities. The stinky seaweed can wreck local economies and ecosystems — and even threaten human health, some research suggests. But the creators of the AlgaRay say that their robot might do more than halt this damage. It could also fight climate change.This week NPR is doing something new — dedicating an entire week to stories and conversations about the search for climate solutions. Head to npr.org/climateweek for more stories of solutions.Have a science query? Email us at email@example.com — we'd love to know!
In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin discusses the closure of Point La Jolla and nearby Boomer Beach in San Diego due to harassment of sea lions by humans. The city council voted in support of a year-round closure to protect these animals. Andrew shares a personal story about his family trip to San Diego and their desire to see sea lions in La Jolla. Tune in to learn more about the importance of living in harmony with animals and taking action to protect the ocean. Link to article: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2023/09/21/human-harassment-sea-lions-san-diego-beach-closure/70918871007/ Share your conservation journey on the podcast by booking here: https://calendly.com/sufb/sufb-interview Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey Join the audio program - Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc In this episode, the city council's decision to support a year-round closure of Point La Jolla and nearby Boomer Beach is discussed. The closure was implemented due to the harassment of sea lions by humans. Point La Jolla is known for its sea lion rookery, but the actions of certain individuals were negatively impacting the sea lions and their habitat. The closure was put in place to protect the sea lions and allow them to live undisturbed. To enforce the closure, a gate will be installed, and signs will be posted. Additionally, fireworks will be prohibited in the area. The decision to implement the year-round closure followed months of proposals and discussions. The aim of the closure is to develop a comprehensive coastline management plan that prioritizes the protection of sea lions and other marine life. However, there were opposing views, such as those expressed by Bob Evans, president of the nonprofit La Jolla Parks and Beaches, who argued for the need for an environmental impact report to support any management plans.