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Belmont Assembly
La Bondad De Dios

Belmont Assembly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:24


Gracias por escuchar nuestro servicio. Esto fue tomado de una transmisión del domingo en vivo por la Asamblea de Dios de Belmont, Chicago, Illinois. Únase a nosotros en línea a las 12:30 PM para la adoración, un mensaje de nuestro Pastor y otros eventos especiales según lo programado. Sitio Web www.belmontasamblea.org YouTube www.youtube.com/belmontasambleadedios

Sermons from Grace Cathedral
The Very Rev. Malcolm Clemens Young, ThD

Sermons from Grace Cathedral

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 11:05


Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, 2C26 Transfiguration (Year C) Baptisms 11:00 a.m. Eucharist Sunday 7 August 2022 Exodus 34:29-35 Psalm 99:5-9 2 Peter 1:13-21 Luke 9:28-36 “[B]e attentive to this as to a lamp shining in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts” (2 Peter 1). When we were first becoming friends I did not talk much about my old life. Before joining you I served at Christ Church, Los Altos for fourteen years. From inside, that church building looks like a jewel box. It has four massive walls of stained glass. Each 12 x 34 ft. window depicts a different season of the year. The stained glass alone weighs 19,000 pounds. As the first person to arrive there every summer morning I remember the silence and the overwhelming feeling of God's presence in the light. Gabriel Loire (1904-1996), the artist who created those windows also made the Grace Cathedral Human Endeavor windows which honor Thurgood Marshall, Albert Einstein, Jane Addams, John Glenn and others. We have other Loire windows in the transept clerestory and the north quire aisle. But what I really want you to notice today is the rose window that Gabriel Loire also made. It is dedicated to the patron saint of our city, St. Francis, and to the poem attributed to him called the “Canticle of the Sun” (1224-5), the oldest known poem in colloquial Italian. This is the largest rose window in the far western United States. It is 25 feet in diameter and has 3,800 pieces of glass. Every morning, light from the sunrise filters through it. Every night we illuminate it from inside so that the city can see its beauty and be reminded of God. In summary, I have spent pretty much every day for twenty-one years experiencing the beauty and love of God through Gabriel Loire windows. Then a month ago for the first time we visited the workshops where all of them were fashioned. We set out from Chartres Cathedral on one of the most beautiful walks of my life past clay tennis courts and ancient sycamore trees, past a viaduct along a river which wound through green meadows. Without an appointment we walked up the driveway to the Loire studios and a man in white coat like a lab technician asked to help. It turned out to be Bruno Loire, Gabriel Loire's grandson. He asked us to wait in the gardens and then totally rearranged his schedule so that he could show us everything. We visited four different studios where they make the glass. We saw a secret project for fashion week. Bruno drove us to a nearby church to see the glass there. We had afternoon tea with Gabriel Loire's widow. Bruno showed us how he makes the kind of stained glass in our windows. With a mallet he shattered a piece of blue glass and handed it to me as a gift. Still sharp, it cut my thumb. I kept trying to hide the fact that I was bleeding. And here it is. I want you to imagine that this piece of glass is your truest self, your soul if you will. It is beautiful. It is utterly unique. Perhaps you find it easy to see this holiness and distinctiveness in children. As we get older people have a harder time seeing this beauty in us but it is still there. Whoever you are as you listen to my voice, I want you to know this: that like this piece of glass, you are beautiful. The musician James Taylor speaks about his first twenty-one years in an autobiographical audiobook (called Break Shot). For a while at the end of his teenage years he was a psychiatric patient at Maclean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts at the same time my grandfather was a chaplain there. I sometimes wonder if they met. James Taylor talks about being a jealous agnostic. He wants to believe, in part because he sees that if we live only for ourselves, if we only serve our own ego, this selfishness can be a dangerous trap. He sees the power of being in community of caring for other people and the world. Today we celebrate baptisms together, the sacrament by which God adopts us as children. It is the way that we become members of the church. It is how we become one with Christ, experience forgiveness of our sins and have new life in the Holy Spirit. If each of us is like this beautiful fragment of glass. Baptism is the reminder that we are even more beautiful together. Baptism is like having your beautiful fragment of glass included in a vastly larger window. That window is the church and it tells the story of what God did in the past and shows us what God is doing now. In the dark night of the world this light can give other people heart. This brings me to a difficult topic. We along with 85 million other people are part of the global Anglican communion, the third largest Christian body in the world. This week the bishops of all these churches met together in England. On Friday a group calling itself the Global South Fellowship of Anglicans published a statement. In it they declare that a gathering of churches which cannot agree about same sex marriages cannot be in communion with each other. Although these bishops have no authority over us here in North America, these are very alarming words, especially as we worry about the forces that seem to be undermining our nation's commitment to marriage equality. At Grace Cathedral we believe that every person without exception is deeply loved by God. This is true of LGBTQ+ people. It is true of same sex couples. We will not stop marrying these couples who come here seeking God's blessing. We see the Holy Spirit at work in their lives. Let me close with that poem of praise from the thirteenth century that I mentioned earlier as the inspiration for our window, Francis' “Canticle of the Sun.” “Praised be my Lord God, with all creatures, and specially our brother the sun, who brings us the day and who brings us the light; fair is he, and he shines with a very great splendor. O Lord, he signifies to us thee! // Praised be my Lord for our sister the moon, and for the stars… which he has set clear and lovely in heaven.” “Praised be my Lord, for our brother the wind, and for air and clouds, calms and all weather, by which thou upholdest life in all creatures. // Praised be my Lord for our sister water, who is very serviceable to us, and humble and precious and clean.” “Praised be my Lord for our brother fire, through whom thou givest light in the darkness; and he is bright and pleasant, and very mighty and strong. // Praise be my lord for our mother the earth, … which doth sustain us and keep us, and bringest forth divers fruits, and flowers of many colors, and grass… Praise be my Lord for all those who pardon one another for love's sake… blessed are they who peacefully shall endure, for thou, O Most High, wilt give them a crown.” The face of Moses shone after he had been talking to God. When Jesus spoke to God on the mountain, Luke says that, “the appearance of his face changed, and his clothes became dazzling white” (Lk. 9). You too are God's beloved child. You too shine with the glory of God's majesty. There are 3,800 pieces of glass in our rose window that is about the same as the number of people who worship here at Christmas. We are beautiful together. And the light of God shines through us.

The Tournament Code
006: Evan Davis – Playing to Win, Staying Athletic with the Golf Swing

The Tournament Code

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 68:48


Evan Davis (@evandavis2) just finished playing college golf at Belmont, where he set the school scoring record multiple times (most recently 70.19). Evan won the OVC Championship in 2020. As a junior golfer, Evan played multiple sports until he decided to focus on golf. He shares how he has tried to keep his swing athletic and how he focuses on taking one shot at a time. Evan plans to play professionally and will go to Q School in the fall.---Follow us:Twitter - @TournamentCodeInstagram - @thetournamentcodeYouTube - The Tournament CodeHosted by: Cooper Collins (@coopercollins99) and Daniel Hamrin (@DanielHamrin)---(03:37) – Evan talks about his start in golf(08:41) – Getting a swing coach for the first time(15:00) – Playing principles that his coaches have taught him(17:10) – Learning to play on Bermuda grass(21:45) – Learning the meaning of hard work(27:27) – Evan talks about self-imposed pressure(29:03) – Evan talks about his struggles with putting(36:18) – How Decade changed Evan's game(42:22) – The difference between college events and elite amateur events(43:30) – Playing against the #1 amateur in the world(46:30) – Learning experience at US Amateur(49:42) – The importance of the mental game(51:30) – Athletes that Evan looks up to(58:41) – Practice round keys(1:03:19) – Best shot Evan has hit in a tournament(1:05:24) – What Evan would tell himself as a junior golfer

TDN Podcast
Dave O’Rourke Joins the TDN Writers’ Room

TDN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 79:22


NYRA President and CEO Dave O'Rourke joined this week's TDN Writers' Room to discuss an exciting upcoming weekend of racing in Saratoga and the recent announcement that the 2022 Belmont Fall Meet will be held at Aqueduct Racetrack.

Fit to Practice with Angela Han
Wealth Management for lawyers with Jennifer Belmont Jennings

Fit to Practice with Angela Han

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 36:00


When it comes to money, some of us may have a lot of anxiety around how to manage it and grow it, no matter how much of it we have. Whether we have debt or whether we have millions coming in, we want to be conscientious about how we maintain and build our wealth. But often times we are a bit stuck on how to even get started because it's hard to know who to ask for help from, whether to trust them, and whether we even qualify to ask for help. In this episode, Jennifer Belmont Jennings, a former attorney and now a wealth management advisor, addresses all of those concerns so that you have more clarity on how to manage your wealth without feeling overwhelmed.  Connect with Jennifer on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/j-belmont-jennings Follow Jennifer on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/money.tea.legacy/ Visit Jennifer's firm's website: https://hightowerstl.com/  

Belmont Assembly
El Gozo O El Pozo

Belmont Assembly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 41:19


Gracias por escuchar nuestro servicio. Esto fue tomado de una transmisión del domingo en vivo por la Asamblea de Dios de Belmont, Chicago, Illinois. Únase a nosotros en línea a las 12:30 PM para la adoración, un mensaje de nuestro Pastor y otros eventos especiales según lo programado. Sitio Web www.belmontasamblea.org YouTube www.youtube.com/belmontasambleadedios

Ohio Mysteries
Ep. 192 - Ghosts of Belmont County

Ohio Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 20:04


Ghosts of two 19th century girls haunt the streets in western Belmont Count. We explore the legend of Lady Bend Hill, a tale of two lovers that ended in tragedy. And the murder of Louiza Fox, a 13-year-old courted by a coal miner who killed her when she rejected his marriage proposal.  www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries Audionautix- The Great Unknown The Great Phospher- Daniel Birch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wineboxpapi
The Who Are We? Podcast Episode 3 Mark Carsky, Dylan Mahler, & Aj Leidig Featuring Hannah Belmont

Wineboxpapi

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 45:10


The Who Are We? Podcast Episode 3 Mark Carsky, Dylan Mahler, and Aj Leidig Featuring Hannah Belmont Main Channel: https://www.youtube.com/wineboxpapi P.O. Box 2572 Crystal lake IL, 60039 Ringtones: https://store.payloadz.com/results/438522-wineboxpapi Support Wineboxpapi And Wineboxpuppy below! Plus you get to see awful vlogs Vlogs here: My Patreon: https://www.Patreon.com/wineboxpapi YouTube Members vlog also here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZRIU4DqG1E6M9UeDiGrzUA/join My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Wineboxpapi Single donations PayPal: Wineboxpapi@gmail.com Venmo: @Wineboxpapi Cash app: $Wineboxpapi MERCH: COMING SOON Follow me on social media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wineboxpapi/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/wineboxpapi Snapchat: Wineboxpapi iTunes: (just search) Wineboxpapi Work inquiries: Wineboxpapi@gmail.com (I don't answer non business emails) Amazon wishlist: https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/2360K2JQM3RP9 Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/wineboxpapi TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/wineboxpapi Myles: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wineboxpuppy/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wineboxpapi/support

Dziennik Związkowy Podcast
Obrabowali polski sklep jubilerski w Chicago

Dziennik Związkowy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 6:14


Salon jubilerski Adam's Jewelry w rejonie ulic Harlem i Belmont na północnym zachodzie Chicago został obrabowany w niedzielę, 24 lipca. Joanna Trzos rozmawia z Alicją Budzik, współwłaścicielką Adam's Jewelry.   Podcast "Dziennika Związkowego"powstaje we współpracy z radiem WPNA 103.1 FM

Mount Hope | Belmont Campus
Pray on // Belmont - Audio

Mount Hope | Belmont Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 35:57


Prayer is a vital part of our walk with Christ. It is the foundational communion we have with Him each and every day. In our prayer time, we take time to thank and praise our Father, inquire about what's on our heart and we bring to Him our requests. And of course, when we pray about a request, we want Him to answer it. But what about when we have unanswered prayers? Does that mean He isn't hearing us? No. But it does mean we can look to scripture for how to handle the times when we are waiting upon an answer to our prayers.

Chord Progression
Episode 323: Clearfight

Chord Progression

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 92:08


The guys from Clearfight are on the Chord Progression Podcast today. With influences in the pop punk world, we discuss how they are much more than a pop punk band, bringing energy and vigor with all of their influences to their music. We also talk about their show with Belmont, how they are going to get more recognition for the band, and shed light on issues we see touring in the scene today (think MGK). Ooh is this a good one.   Find Clearfight Online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/weareclearfight Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weareclearfight/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@weareclearfight YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU24diJcJAwfu03lVAwZsSw Website: https://www.clearfight.com Merch: https://www.theoriarecords.com/collections/clearfight Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4cpQ6rtsrsGTOPioevJQCb?si=WuWCEDGhQlmpP0okfDPnaQ Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/clearfight/1582496715   Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CPP at https://www.manscaped.com #ad #manscapedpod   We Are Sponsoring WHEN WE WERE HUNGRY FESTIVAL: https://whenwewerehungryfestival.com GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!   Follow us on social media!   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chordprogressionpodcast   Twitter: https://twitter.com/cppodofficial   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chordprogressionpodcast/   Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@chordprogressionpodcast   YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCqRKZCDMcFHIYbJaLQMfDbQ   Chord Progression Podcast (Spotify): https://open.spotify.com/show/53XWPGrIUvgavKF5Fm6SLk   Chord Progression Podcast (Apple Podcast): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chord-progression/id1454876657   Chord Progression Podcast (Amazon): https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/b8dad803-444c-4a73-8aa5-67b4fc43f4ba   Chord Progression Podcast (iHeart Radio): https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-chord-progression-70632531/   Podcast Webpage: https://mysongoftheday.com/my-song-of-the-day-rock-2000-today/chord-progression-podcast/   Intro (0:00) Welcome Clearfight & Weather Complaints: (5:36) Midwest Love for Pop Punk & Playing with Belmont: (10:45) The Many Influences of Clearfight & The Meaning to Their Music: (17:45) How Clearfight See Themselves Musically: (30:32) Touring Issues Brought To Light in the Scene, MGK Related: (39:57) How Clearfight Got Started: (52:41) Previewing Save It with Clearfight: (1:02:11) Hunter's Vocal Advise: (1:08:24) Getting More Recognition for Clearfight: (1:11:36) Find Clearfight Online: (1:22:45) Closing It Out: (1:28:40)

Sage Advice Podcast
Sage CRM Podcast Series - A session with BAASS & Belmont House - Episode 1

Sage Advice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 12:32


Across 3 episodes, we talk with Zainab Salihi, CRM Practice Leader, from BAASS Business Solutions and their customer Dennis Donovan of Belmont House, a charitable, non-profit, home for seniors offering long-term care and retirement living, both of whom are based in Toronto, Canada. In this episode, Dennis explains the business needs of a long-term care home & Zainab lays out how they first began their discussions of how Sage CRM could meet those needs.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
July 27, 2022: Rogers briefs City Council on how to spend $14.8M in ARPA funds; Two new members will join the city Planning Commission in September

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 19:15


You can tell a lot about a person by what they think about the noise that emanates from the bagpipe, a woodwind instrument perhaps best associated with Scotland but with origins that might date back to the Hittite people from three thousand years ago. Even if are not a fan of the combination of melody and drone, July 27 is the day to appreciate this unique musical instrument. Perhaps this is the day you buy one for the enjoyment of your friends, family, and co-workers? I’m Sean Tubbs, and not a cent or shilling is being paid to Charlottesville Community Engagement by Big Bagpipe. Sign up to make sure each email finds its way to your inbox. Payment isn’t necessary but does tend to help keep the electrons flowing to make the work possible. On this version of the show:Charlottesville continues to prepare for a school year in which more students will not be able to catch a yellow school busTwo new members will soon join the Charlottesville Planning CommissionA former member of the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has diedCharlottesville City Council hears from the interim City Manager on how $14.8 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding could be spent First shout-out is for LEAP’s new Thermalize Virginia program In today’s first Patreon-fueled shout-out: Have you been thinking of converting your fossil-fuel appliances and furnaces into something that will help the community reduce its greenhouse gas emissions? Your local energy nonprofit, LEAP,  has launched a new program to guide you through the steps toward electrifying your home. Thermalize Virginia will help you understand electrification and connect you with vetted contractors to get the work done and help you find any rebates or discounts. Visit thermalizeva.org to learn more and to sign up!  Preparations continue in Charlottesville for more to walk to school Classes begin for Charlottesville City Schools in four weeks and work continues to prepare for a year in which more students will not be eligible to get a ride on a school bus. A driver shortage has led the school system to expand walk zones that are still being finalized. “We are hoping to let families know this week about their current bus eligibility and whether they have a bus request on files,” reads an email update sent to parents interested parties on Monday. “This status update will tell families if their child is in a walk zone or eligible for the bus.”The notice also states that priority will be given to families living further away from schools. The actual bus assignments will be released in August. Last week, the city administration told City Council that staff is recommending using $500,000 from the city’s share of the American Rescue Plan Act to help pay for safety improvements. “We’ve added $500,000,” said interim City Manager Michael C. Rogers. “Higher amounts were suggested. In talking with staff we believe that we have other funds in the budget that can actually exceed the amount that has been suggested in the past by some of the communications from people but this is a high priority area and we are offering that up for your consideration.” More on ARPA later in the newsletter. In their update, city schools say they are in conversations with the city, parents, and community members about sidewalks and intersections that need to be improved. Last week, Deputy City Manager Sam Sanders said the city government will follow the school system’s lead.“What we’re doing is working directly with schools and trying our best to make sure that their priorities are what we prioritize and what we do to help them through this process because we’re seeing this as everyone’s issue,” Sanders said. Sanders said the work to address safety concerns will continue past the first day of school. “And then to go beyond that and basically reboot our Safe Routes to School program,” Sanders said. “That’s what this is really synergized at this time by allowing all this focus on what we’ve been doing and what we’ve been talking about doing.” Sanders said there are also conversations with Albemarle about how to collaborate on pupil transportation for special needs students. The school system is also encouraging people to report problem locations using the MyCville app or by phoning 434-970-3333, option #2. Two other ways people can become involved are: Take a walk along a school route and make your observations known in a Google Doc created by the school systemApply to be a regular or substitute crossing guard or walking school bus leader - paid positionsThe school system will hold a final “walk and talk” this Friday at Mount Zion First African Baptist Church from noon to 2 p.m. There will also be an online Q&A session on August 10 at 5 p.m. (register)Council make two new appointments to Planning CommissionWhen the Charlottesville Planning Commission meets on September 13, two veterans of other advisory bodies will take their place at the makeshift dais in CitySpace. Carl Schwarz served two terms on the Board of Architectural Review from 2014 to the end of last year. He’s an architect in private practice who lives in the 10th and Page neighborhood. Phil d’Oronzio has been the chair of the Housing Advisory Council Committee since August 2014. He’s the CEO of Pilot Mortgage who lives in the Belmont neighborhood. The pair join three Planning Commissioner who were reappointed by Council at their meeting on July 18.“By some accident of history we wound up with five different Planning Commissioners whose terms expire on August 31, 2022,” said Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook. By Virginia law, the seats have to be staggered so that terms don’t expire all at once. To make that work, they had to technically reconstitute the body and reappoint everyone, even those who terms were not yet.Commissioner Hosea Mitchell was appointed to Seat One for a term expiring on August 31, 2023. Mitchell served a partial term in the late 2000’s before rejoining the Commission in June 2018 to fill an unexpired term. He is retired from a career in the medical business. Commissioner Rory Stolzenberg was appointed to Seat Two also for a term expiring on August 31, 2023. Stolzenberg first joined the Commission in October 2018.  He’s a software engineer with Lumin. Seat Three will continue the appointment of Lyle Solla-Yates whose term expires at the end of August 2024. Solla-Yates has been on the Commission since March 2018 and is the current chair. He works for the University of Virginia School of Architecture. Commissioner Liz Russell will continue in Seat 4 with a term that also expires at the end of 2024. Russell has been on the Commission since September 2020. She’s the director of planning, sustainability, and project management at the Thomas Jefferson Foundation. Seat 5 will continue to be occupied by Commissioner Karim Habbab until August 31, 2025. Habbab was appointed in June 2021 and is an architect with BRW Architects. The terms of Schwarz (Seat 6) and d’Oronzio  (Seat 7) and Schwarz will expire on August 31, 2026. The reconstitution of the Planning Commission comes at a time when the city is rewriting the Charlottesville zoning code to increase density. That’s a major objective of both of the Affordable Housing Plan adopted in March 2021 and the Comprehensive Plan updated in November 2021. Former Albemarle Supervisor Cooke dies at 90 A woman who served two terms on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has died. Patricia Cooke was elected in 1981 to what used to be called the Charlottesville District and was re-elected in 1985. According to her obituary in the Daily Progress, Cooke graduated from Lane High School in 1950 and opened a laundry business with her husband in 1956. She also had a bridal and formal wear company. A funeral service will be held on Friday.The Charlottesville District became the Rio District at some point during the tenure of Cooke’s successor, David Bowerman. Bowerman served four terms until retiring the Board at the end of 2004. He passed away in March 2020 while he was a sitting member of the Albemarle County Board of Zoning Appeals. In today’s other two shout-outs Code for Charlottesville is seeking volunteers with tech, data, design, and research skills to work on community service projects. Founded in September 2019, Code for Charlottesville has worked on projects with the Legal Aid Justice Center, the Charlottesville Fire Department, and the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights. Visit codeforcville.org to learn about those projects. The final comes from another Patreon supporter who wants you to go out and read a local news story written by a local journalist. Whether it be the Daily Progress, Charlottesville Tomorrow, C-Ville Weekly, NBC29, CBS19, WINA, or some other place I’ve not mentioned - the community depends on a network of people writing about the community. Go learn about this place today!Council briefed on potential usage of ARPA funds Charlottesville has now received all of the $19.6 million in funding it will receive from the federal government as part of the American Rescue Plan Act fund. Interim City Manager Michael C. Rogers gave Council an update at their meeting on July 18.“It’s been a big help for local government in terms of recovery from the impact of the pandemic,” Rogers said. Council has already appropriated $4.81 million of the funding and has an unallocated balance of $14.8 million. Money spent so far went to four different categories recognized by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Of that $14.8 million, $2.28 million was already designated for various uses during the development of the budget for the fiscal year that began on July 1. For the balance, Rogers suggested the following uses:For economic development:$750,000 to the Charlottesville-Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau to make up for revenue loss from decline in meals tax revenue. Albemarle County is also being asked to make the same contribution. $300,000 for improvements to the Downtown Mall coordinated with Friends of Downtown Cville. The Mall turns 50 in 2026 and Rogers said a task force may be formed to help mark that occasion and prepare for the next fifty years$100,000 for updates to wayfinding One million for a strategic investment fund for economic development$500,000 for the Meadow Creek Trail to close a gap for a VDOT-funded projectInternal uses:$829,000 for equipment replacement$200,000 for facilities repair$270,000 to augment the Human Resources including hiring a deputy director and a recruiter$200,000 to fund Council’s development of a new strategic planPublic safety: $1.4 million for additional COVID spending should future surges have a greater community health impact$1.1 million to help Charlottesville Fire Department with its accreditation, including hiring three more battalion chiefs for two years$450,000 to help retain personnel in the Charlottesville Fire Department$50,000 to help retain personnel for the Sheriff’s Office$500,000 for the “Safe Routes to School Fund” Human service support:$700,000 for the Emergency Assistance - Pathways program which would include additional rental assistance$1.63 million for affordable housing and homeless services$500,000 for the Community Health Initiative $1 million for the Agency Investment Fund $580,000 for Community Arts Investment$176,000 for the Office of Human Rights to hire an investigator to look into claims under the Fair Housing Act $40,000 for an emergency generator for a city shelter that would be used in major catastrophes The combined $2.63 million for affordable housing and the agency investment fund would be disbursed through a competitive process separate from the “Vibrant Community” process the city has used since 2019 to allocate funding for nonprofits. The Community Health Initiative would support public health projects.“Think of this funding as being available for a previously floated idea of the Community Care Team or something of that nature in order to do a really needed and wonderful pilot to see what would be the best support for our community,” said Deputy City Manager Ashley Marshall.Council was to have discussed a proposal for a Community Care Team at its meeting on February 7 but the item was pulled. The topic did come up as part of a Council work session on May 2. Councilor Brian Pinkston noted that additional on-going positions were being proposed to be created with the one-time ARPA money.“Hiring people with one-off type of funding is something we’re trying to be careful of,” Pinkston said. Rogers said those positions would be proposed to continue into the future and the city would have to find other funds to cover them. Councilor Michael Payne questioned the use of $750,000 to go to the CACVB. The city’s economic development director said the money would help the destination marketing organization with a current cash flow situation caused by the way it is funded. “There’s a two year lag in the funding cycles so the money wasn’t needed two years ago,” said Chris Engel. “It’s needed now because that cycle is playing through.”Council got a briefing on the CACVB in June and learned that the agency received $680,000 from ARPA that flowed through the Virginia Tourism Council. (read the story)“Given that state support I’m a little skeptical about how much is really needed for the CACVB as well as whatever specific measurable deliverables we will get for that investment,” Payne said.  Council will be asked to take action on the appropriations at its August 1 meeting. There’s also an additional $2.52 million for which Rogers has not made any suggestions for how it should be spent. “We look forward to our dialogue on this,” Rogers said. “This is meant to be a first start to set us on a direction to address some things we really need to address in the coming months and thought that these funds would be a good way to do it.” Thoughts? Leave a comment below. Housekeeping items for episode #412That’s another program in the archives, and in a few days you’ll be able to read these stories on the Information Charlottesville website I created to help me keep track of what I’m reporting. Want to read articles on land use in Charlottesville? Click here!What about infrastructure updates? Click here!How about climate action? Elections in Virginia? The archive grows each week!All of this is supported by readers and listeners under the Town Crier Productions company I formed two years ago and am still learning how to operate. I’m breaking even, but I’d very much like to find a way to grow. There are ways to do that!For one, if you sign up for a paid subscription through Substack, Ting will match your initial payment! And, if you sign up for their services through this link you’ll get a free standard install, your 2nd month free, and a $75 downtown mall gift card! Enter the promo code COMMUNITY for full effect. Music on the podcast version of the show comes from the D.C. sensation Wraki, and you can support their work by paying whatever you want for the album regret everything on BandCamp.My sincere hope today, though, is that someone will go and buy a bagpipe. If you do, please let me know. If you have one already, record yourself and send me the audio! Or any exotic instrument, really. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Naming The Animals
E08: Conclusion

Naming The Animals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 31:02


Chapter 8: Conclusion. In this concluding episode of the Naming The Animals podcast, Dr. Steve Guthrie talks with Stephen Roach and Ned Bustard about creativity as a quality of life and how faith impacts our art-making. Dr. Steve Guthrie is Associate Professor of Theology at Belmont University in Nashville, where he leads Belmont's major in Religion and the Arts. Before coming to Belmont, Dr. Guthrie was Research Fellow, and then Lecturer in Theology at the University of St. Andrews in St. Andrews, Scotland. Purchase Naming The Animals Book Episode Sponsor: Brightbell Creative - Offering meaningful marketing to the creative artist. Join Our Accompanying Creative Prompts on Instagram @thebreathandtheclay Sign up for the Naming The Animals Book Club! Each Wednesday in June and July at 8 pm EST online. (join anytime!) Music Provided by: Fyr Fytr Listen to Stephen's long standing art and faith podcast, Makers and Mystics.

Belmont Assembly
¿Quien Maneja El Barco De Su Familia?

Belmont Assembly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 51:10


Gracias por escuchar nuestro servicio. Esto fue tomado de una transmisión del domingo en vivo por la Asamblea de Dios de Belmont, Chicago, Illinois. Únase a nosotros en línea a las 12:30 PM para la adoración, un mensaje de nuestro Pastor y otros eventos especiales según lo programado. Sitio Web www.belmontasamblea.org YouTube www.youtube.com/belmontasambleadedios

Mind of a Coach
"Sweat Equity" w/ Coach Chris Lepore - Episode 72

Mind of a Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 41:47


on this weeks episode, Cincinnati Men's Basketball Chief Of Staff Chris Lepore joins the show and we talk: -Belmont student assistant -finding a way to stick around -bags are packed -60 years of history -G league guard Isaiah Miller joins us for rapid fire &more thanks for tuning in as always, like, share, subscribe, comment. do whatever it is you do to help spread the word Intro & Outro song: "Candyman" by Cornershop

77 Flavors of Chicago
Belmont Cragin 2 - Northwest Side Community Development Corporation

77 Flavors of Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 80:30


'Ello again, friends! In this episode, we are in Belmont Cragin again! This time with Jessica & Fabian of the Northwest Side Community Development Corporation! They are amazing and their organization is doing some fantastic things for and with the community. Plus, we tell you another huge reason why Chicago is the best city in the world! Also, we had some amazing food at El Mirador! It was our first time having Salvadorian food and it did not disappoint! Tune in and learn with us! Visit our website and check out our new interactive map to visit all the restaurants and cool sites we've featured on the podcast! BPositiveProd.com/77FlavorsChi Thank you to our partner, Choose Chicago! #chicaGOandKnow WATCH US ON YOUTUBE HERE! Follow us on IG: 77 Flavors of Chicago @77flavorschi Dario @super_dario_bro Sara @TamarHindi.s --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/77-flavors-of-chicago/support

Charlottesville Community Engagement
July 20, 2022: Charlottesville responds to the heat by opening cooling centers; Sanders updates Council on efforts to make school walking routes safer

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 16:49


Fifty-three years today, human beings landed on Earth’s moon. As far as I know, they didn’t stay very long but I’ve not had the chance to check out the scene myself. But with enough subscriptions to Charlottesville Community Engagement, I will consider purchasing a rocket just to make sure. For now, it’s the July 20, 2022 edition of the program and I’m your lunatic host, Sean Tubbs. On today’s program:The city of Charlottesville opens up cooling centers as temperatures continue to climbInterim Charlottesville City Manager Michael C. Rogers and his staff provide updates on the Crescent Halls bus stop as well as efforts to make walking school routes saferChamber’s Minority Business Alliance seeking applications for 2022 Vanguard AwardA local brewery unveils the official lager of the University of Virginia Charlottesville wants more people to apply to various boards and commissionToday’s first shout-out: Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards to lead more walksIn today’s first subscriber supported public supported public service announcement: Want to know more about our majestic wooden neighbors that help purify the air and provide shade on these hot summer days? The Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards have two upcoming walks where you can learn more about trees in the area: This Saturday at 9 a.m., a group will be led through Darden Towe Park beginning at the Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center to see Ancient tOsage Orange trees, a historic Monticello Tulip Tree, elm tree devastation due to the emerald ash borer, and common deciduous and conifer trees. (register)On July 29 at 9 a.m, three stewards will lead a walk through Belmont with about twenty stops to explore urban (register)Become a member, and you’ll get access to even more Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards events!Charlottesville opens up cooling centersWith temperatures this week in the 90’s and possibly above, the city of Charlottesville has officially launched several places where people can go to stay out of the heat.  Key Recreation Center, Tonsler Recreation Center, and the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library have been designated as cooling centers during the day until further notice. Key Recreation Center is located at 800 E. Market Street.  The hours of operation are 5:30pm– 9pm Monday through Friday; 1pm– 6pm on Saturday and Sunday.  Tonsler Recreation Center is located at 501 Cherry Avenue.  The hours of operation are Noon – 9pm Monday through Friday; 1pm-6pm Saturday and closed on Sunday.Jefferson – Madison Regional Library (Central Branch) is located at 201 E. Market Street.  The hours of operation are 9am-9pm Monday through Thursdays; 9am-5pm Friday and Saturday; closed Sunday.Planning for heat for near-term, long-termThe Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission is working on an update of the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan, which is intended to help coordinate public response to natural disasters. There’s a section on extreme heat that may be useful to know at a time when heat records are being surpassed across Europe. “Extreme heat can be defined as temperatures that hover 10°F or more above the average high temperature for the region, last for prolonged periods of time, and are often accompanied by high humidity,” reads page H-25 of the plan. “Under normal conditions, the human body’s internal thermostat produces perspiration that evaporates and cools the body. However, in extreme heat and high humidity, evaporation is slowed, and the body must work much harder to maintain a normal temperature.”As with COVID-19, extreme heat effects take a toll more strongly on the elderly, people with respiratory difficulties, and those with other health vulnerabilities. The City of Charlottesville recently produced a summary of hazards associated with climate change. (read the report)“The climate models show that by 2050, Charlottesville may experience more than twice as many extreme heat events annually as there were in 2020,” reads page 3 of that report. “By 2100, there may be almost seven times as many.” One way to cool off is at an outdoor pool. Both Albemarle County and the city of Charlottesville have struggled to fill positions this summer. Charlottesville has offered signing bonuses for lifeguards and pool managers, but Deputy Parks and Recreation Director Vic Garber told City Council on Monday that the decision to only open one outdoor pool a day is still in effect.“We are probably 70 percent there so we’re still rotating Washington Park and Onesty but we’re working very hard,” Garber said. The issue also came up at today’s meeting of the Albemarle Board of Supervisors.“In the next ten days, we’re looking at temperatures each day going over 90 up to 100,” said Supervisor Chair Donna Price. “The last seven years have been the hottest in recorded history. Climate change is real and I would ask everyone to be careful, to do what you can to reduce the heat footprint that you are creating.”Price said that includes reducing driving, drawing shades, and raising the thermostat for air conditioning. What do you do when it gets hot out? Say something in the comments. City Manager Rogers provides updates on Crescent Hall bus stop, other mattersOnce a month, interim Charlottesville City Manager Michael C. Rogers publishes a written report that summarizes recent activities. In my fifteen years of covering and monitoring Charlottesville government, this is one of the most thorough and useful documents produced by the city. (read the report)On Monday, Rogers offered some verbal updates taken from the report. Earlier this year, Charlottesville Area Transit had proposed moving a bus stop at Crescent Halls, a temporarily vacant apartment complex owned and operated by the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority. In April, the Public Housing Association of Residents pushed for CAT to reconsider and Rogers said the city has listened.“A decision has been made and the bus stop will not be moved,” Rogers said. “The bus stop will not be moved. It will stay right there so we are very pleased to make that announcement.”The stop is currently served by Route 6, which currently travels between the University of Virginia Health System, Downtown Mall, and Willoughby Shopping center. There are plans to change the route to eliminate the UVA connection, but implementation of those changes are delayed due to a lack of drivers. (Next steps for Charlottesville Area Transit route changes outlined at partnership meeting, June 24, 2022)Rogers said work continues on development of a collective bargaining ordinance and Council will have a work session at 4 p.m. on August 15. The company Venable LLP has been hired to assist with the work. A firm has also been hired to assist with a search for a new police chief.“We selected a company called Polihire out of Washington, D.C.,” Rogers said. “They will work with us on developing an aggressive community outreach program. We look forward to hearing from the community with respect to what kind of chief do they want.”The city has also hired Steve Hawkes as the director of information technology and Caroline Rice as the new Public Engagement Coordinator. Kyle Ervin will be the Public Information Officer for public safety. He was formerly the marketing coordinator for CAT. Sanders provides updates on school walk zonesDeputy City Manager Sam Sanders said the local government continues to work to address driver shortages for the school system. There are 35 days to the first day of school and there will not be as many bus routes. “We are working in collaboration with Charlottesville City Schools to solve the various issues that may result from having an additional 750 kids having to walk to school this year,” Sanders said. Last week, the Charlottesville Planning Commission told Council they wanted to see solutions in place before school begins. (read that story)Sanders said talks have been held with Albemarle County Public Schools about collaborating with one possibility being for special needs students to make sure they can get to school. Another collaboration could be with Jaunt to see if there is a possibility to share drivers.“We won’t be able to use their equipment because of the federal nature of the funds that they receive but when drivers are working for Jaunt they may be able to drive for us so we’re looking to see if we can figure out a way to make that possible,” Sanders said. Sanders said the planning affects multiple localities across the region and regional approaches are required. He said the city is also looking to find ways to work with groups who want to solve the identified problem. “We’re looking to capture proposals from neighborhood led groups hoping that we’ll be able to deploy those groups in doing some of the work as well since they have offered to do so,” Sanders said. That includes suggestions from Livable Cville and the city’s Bike and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. In a future edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement, we’ll hear more about the possible addition of $500,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funding to cover the costs of some of the work. “Our goal will be to quickly get some of these things out and basically available to make this process a little bit easier,” Sanders said. If you have a student or students in Charlottesville Public Schools, what do you plan to do? Second shout-out: WTJU staging the Cville Puzzle Hunt on August 27In today’s second Patreon-fueled shout-out: By now, readers and listeners know WTJU’s position on algorithms. But do you know that the radio station celebrates puzzles? In fact, on Saturday, August 27, WTJU is organizing the Cville Puzzle Hunt, a huge, cerebral puzzle that will spool out across downtown Charlottesville. The Cville Puzzle Hunt will take you and a team of friends on a wild afternoon running around trying to untangle five diabolical, large-scale puzzles inserted into the urban landscape. The opening clue will be read at 1 p.m. at the Ix Art Park. Find out more about this WTJU-organized event at cvillepuzzlehunt.com. Chamber’s Minority Business Alliance seeking applications for 2022 Vanguard AwardDo you know someone who should be recognized for their efforts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion? Or a small business or group that seeks the same goals? The Minority Business Alliance of the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce is taking applications through August 5 for the John F. Bell Sr. Vanguard Award. “The MBA Vanguard Award is named in honor of John F. Bell Sr., a strong, determined and respected business leader and citizen who established successful businesses during a time when the larger society wasn’t welcoming to or supportive of the Black business community,” reads a press release for the award.This will be the tenth annual award. Previous recipients include Community Investment Collaborative, William Jones III, Hollie Lee, Eugene and Lorraine Williams, Forward Adelante Business Alliance, and Kaye Monroe.Nominations can be submitted here. Champion to make official lager for University of VirginiaThe Champion Brewing Company began operations ten years ago with a small brewery in downtown Charlottesville. Now they’ve expanded to multiple places across Virginia and are part of the larger Champion Hospitality Group with restaurants in Stonefield, Gordonsville, and across Charlottesville.In 45 days, the first University of Virginia home football game will be held at Scott Stadium. Yesterday, Champion announced that its Cavalier Lager will become the officially licensed beer for UVA sporting events.“As life-long UVA sports fans, it’s been a dream of the team to have a Cavalier beer offered at UVA games,” said Champion CEO Hunter Smith in a release. “It’s a hometown lager brewed with our college athletes and their fans top of mind.”The beer will also be available in area stores. This is the first year that the University of Virginia has licensed an official beer. Vacancies still remain on various board and commissions in CharlottesvilleThe next edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement will provide details of who got appointed to the Charlottesville Planning Commission. Council made those appointments at the end of the July 18 meeting, and I’m going through that one chronologically. Earlier in this meeting, Charlottesville Mayor Snook LLoyd pleaded with the public to consider getting involved.“We need more people applying for Boards and Commissions,” Snook said. “We’ve got a couple of Boards and Commission that are down a couple of people. The Region 10 Community Services Board is one. The Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority is another. Historic Resources Committee. The Jefferson Area Community Criminal Justice Board. Jaunt. [Charlottesville Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau] needs a representative from the tourism industry.” If you’d like to apply, visit the city’s website. Here’s a list of all the boards.Housekeeping items for the end of #410Thanks for reading today. Charlottesville Community Engagement is a service of Town Crier Productions, a limited liability company set up to produce information about the public policy and the built environment in Charlottesville and beyond. We are now in the third year of this publication, and this is installment 410. Please consider a paid subscription to ensure I make it to the fourth year. There’s a lot at stake as we continue to live our complex lives in a democratic civilization that always needs its community members to pay attention and to look at the documents up close. The podcast version contains music created by the entity currently known as Wraki and made available with permission. To support that band, consider buying the album regret everything, available on Bandcamp on a ‘pay as you can’ basis. Support for Charlottesville Community Engagement also comes from Patreon supporters of Town Crier Productions, who also help fund other projects such as Fifth District Community Engagement and the Information Charlottesville archives.If you sign up for a paid subscription through Substack, the company Ting will also match your initial payment. Their support for Charlottesville Community Engagement is a crucial element required for the sustained production of all of my work. I’m grateful, and hope to continue answering the calling I hear to help inform you of things that are happening. Charlottesville Community Engagement is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Heatwave

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 161:01


Today on Boston Public Radio: EJ Dionne talks about Democrats' recent legislative struggles in Congress including Sen. Joe Manchin's refusal to support climate change plans, codifying Roe v. Wade, the plausibility of removing the filibuster, and the upcoming Jan. 6 hearings. Dionne is a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution. His latest book is “Code Red: How Progressives and Moderates Can Unite to Save Our Country.” Then, we ask listeners how they're feeling about the state of the climate inaction. Michael Curry shares dispatches from the NAACP annual convention, including the way that communities of color are responding to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris' performances so far. He also shares his thoughts on Boston's response to the new COVID-19 variant. Curry is chair of the NAACP Advocacy and Policy Committee, and is president and CEO of the Mass League of Community Health Centers. Revs. Irene Monroe and Emmett G. Price III discuss Pope Francis' recent visit to Canada to apologize for abuse against Indigenous people in residential schools, the general opinions of the Dobbs decision in church communities of color, and the history of Negro Election Day, which may soon become a state holiday in Mass. Monroe is a syndicated religion columnist and the Boston voice for Detour's African American Heritage Trail. Price is founding pastor of Community of Love Christian Fellowship in Allston, and the Inaugural Dean of Africana Studies at Berklee College of Music. Together, they host GBH's “All Rev'd Up” podcast. Christopher Wilkins talks about the Boston Landmarks Orchestra's upcoming Summer series, as well as the importance of accessibility in their performances, and diversity in their composers. Wilkins is the Boston Landmarks Orchestra's music director. Corby Kummer discusses Belmont's Cafe Vanak being named one of the premier cafes in the world, the closure of Rep. Lauren Boebert's gun-themed restaurant, a movie theater coming to Boston which serves full meals to its patrons, and the difficulties of patronizing Russian themed restaurants. Kummer is executive director of the food and society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. We end the show by talking about the heatwave coming to Boston.

Belmont Assembly
Tu Y Yo Somos Los Instrumentos De Dios

Belmont Assembly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 38:20


Gracias por escuchar nuestro servicio. Esto fue tomado de una transmisión del domingo en vivo por la Asamblea de Dios de Belmont, Chicago, Illinois. Únase a nosotros en línea a las 12:30 PM para la adoración, un mensaje de nuestro Pastor y otros eventos especiales según lo programado. Sitio Web www.belmontasamblea.org YouTube www.youtube.com/belmontasambleadedios

Lamestream Sports
Steve Layman: TV Expert, Big Ten Expert

Lamestream Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 79:08


NashvilleBanner.com Steve Cavendish and Braden Gall talk Nashville sports, media and business. Our guest this week is Steve Layman from NewsChannel 5. Why is the Big Ten expanding into Los Angeles? How do Big Ten fans feel about the move? What are the economic media calculations and are they correct? The future of college football Why aren't TV people in Nashville petty (like the rest of us)? How has Nashville as a market evolved in his 12 years? Becoming the Belmont play-by-play man Lamestream Sports is BTYB Jasper's on West End. Be sure to subscribe to the 440 YouTube page and turn on those notifications.

Runners of The Bay
Episode 94: The Race Continues with Ron Douglas and Shamara Carney

Runners of The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 70:43


This week we talk to siblings Ron Douglas and Shamara Carney, who co-founded of The Race Continues Track Club and coach track and field at Notre Dame High School in Belmont. Ron and Shamara share their unique journeys with running, their surprising path to working together, and how they are inspiring the next generation of runners to have a strong sense of self on and off the track. Some highlights from our conversation:

In The Money Players' Podcast
EP:154 Redboard Rewind Belmont Park Andrew Rdesinski

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 33:35


Spencer and Andrew go over 3 races from Belmont this past Saturday those races were 2-3-9 and some angles we talk about are  how important lone speed can be after scratches with a good turf pedigree and second time imp can still pay nice prices in maiden races 

The Imperfect Game
Belmont CC in Richmond, VA

The Imperfect Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 38:05


I visited Tung during my road trip down to Pinehurst and we played Belmont CC together and recorded an in-person podcast! Belmont CC is a very interesting place. It was originally Hermitage CC and hosted the 1949 PGA Championship. Over the years it became a public course and deteriorated. In the last few years, Davis Love III redesigned the course for the First Tee. The 18 hole course is now a 12 hole course with a 6 hole short course. They also added a massive putting green. It's an excellent vision of what public golf can be in the future.Tung and I discuss our thoughts on the course after playing 30 holes there a couple weeks ago. Tung gives some more history behind how this rendition of Belmont CC came to be. 

At the Barre with Jane & Mel Podcast
Jen's VA'ry good idea

At the Barre with Jane & Mel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 34:03


Jen Sutton runs Pazaz Dance Company in Belmont and Rockingham WA, and has for… wait for it…. 21 years. It was only in the last 3 or so years though that Jen has been working with a VA in a VA'ry real way, and has totally changed the way she manages her growing business and her growing family. In this episode Jen discusses ‘taking the leap' into the unknown, how to start working with a VA and her advice on not waiting…. There are some real nuggets of wisdom hidden within this chat – I can't thank Jen enough for sharing so openly. For more information on working with a VA, check out episode 14 ‘Virtually a dream come true' when I chat with ex DSO and now Dance Studio VA Chelsea Spresser. CONNECT WITH ME Email – jane@dancestudiosuccess.com.au Instagram @dancestudiosuccess @dancearts Facebook Group ‘The Collective' (For Dance Studio Owners) https://bit.ly/3J0STC3 Learn more about DanceStep – Student Teacher Education Program www.dancestep.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nightside With Dan Rea
To Sign or Not To Sign (8 p.m.)

Nightside With Dan Rea

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 40:54


A Belmont minor was collecting signatures outside a Waltham Market Basket for a repeal effort to present a ballot question this November regarding driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants when he was met by Waltham City Councilman Jonathan Paz and other citizens who engaged in counter efforts. The minor claims he was harassed which in turn caused him to abandon his signature efforts. Dan spoke with the Belmont minor about the incident that ensued and welcomed Councilman Paz to join the show but he declined the offer.

Belmont Assembly
Por Que No Cambias El Canal De Tu Mente

Belmont Assembly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 58:54


Gracias por escuchar nuestro servicio. Esto fue tomado de una transmisión del domingo en vivo por la Asamblea de Dios de Belmont, Chicago, Illinois. Únase a nosotros en línea a las 12:30 PM para la adoración, un mensaje de nuestro Pastor y otros eventos especiales según lo programado. Sitio Web www.belmontasamblea.org YouTube www.youtube.com/belmontasambleadedios

Mount Hope | Burlington Campus
Lost and Found // Belmont - Audio

Mount Hope | Burlington Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 37:33


Sometimes we may see one person spending time with another and we wonder how it happened. How did they come together? They don't seem to have anything in common. It appears they have come from two different worlds. But yet, they have come together in friendship. What brings a relationship like this together? And it begs the question, how did Jesus decide who He would spend time with?

That's What G Said
Indiana w/John Dooley, Belmont Sat w/Caleb, Prairie Sat w/Mary, Shane Wilson, LAD, Wrestling w/CC

That's What G Said

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 281:26


On This Episode of That's What G Said presented by @btvbets 3:15 Everything BetterThan.Vegas 7:20 StableDuel Weekend Schedule #PlayRaceWin 9:30 Friday Gulfstream Best Bets 11:10 Saturday Horseshoe Indianapolis Preview w/ John Dooley 39:50 Saturday Belmont Stakes w/ Caleb Knight 1:22:00 Saturday Prairie Meadows races 6-9 w/ Mary Rampellini 1:50:00 Saturday Delaware Stakes 1:54:00 Saturday Louisiana Downs Full Card 2:04:40 Interview w/ Trainer Shane Wilson 2:56:45 This Week in Wrestling w/ Chad Cooper, WWE, MITB, RAW 3:40:10 NXT, Great American Bash 4:03:30 AEW, Dynamite sponsored by -Full Service Realtor Cindy Carava at CindyCarava.com. -BetterThan.Vegas has all the FREE handicapping content to help you become a better gambler. -All Natural Soy Wax Candles, CeraCandles.com, use promo code GINO for 10% off your purchase. -DRF.com for all of your Past Performances & Handicapping info, Check out the newly optimized DRF Mobile! -StableDuel, Daily horse racing contests, download the APP and #PLAYRACEWIN , if you have any questions visit Stableduel.com or please contact me! That same trusted source of incredible info for Horse Racing, is now in the sports world. For all the help you need with Sports Wagering, check out www.drf.com/sports

Keeneland Select In the Money Podcast
July 9, 2022 Racing from Belmont

Keeneland Select In the Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 18:43


Tom Leach, the Voice of the Wildcats and Jim Goodman take you through the Late Pick Four at Belmont on Saturday, July 9. Listen for insights and analysis from these expert handicappers. Jim: 4,5,6/2,6,8,9,10,13/4,5,7,10,12/4,5 for $90 Tom: 2,4/8,9,10,13/1,4,5,7,12/4,5,6 for $60

In The Money Players' Podcast
Players' Podcast - July 8, 2022

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 90:30


PTF kicks off the show with Matt Bernier as they go over the two Grade 1 races at Belmont on Saturday. Then Matt Vagvolgyi is here to talk about how he plans to use Race Lens for the Saratoga meet and to do an in depth analysis of the Saturday Belmont Pick 6. Monmouth Park takes center stage in our next segment as Nick Tammaro and Dallas Baker are here with thoughts on the Win Early Pick Five races from both a fixed odds and horizontal betting perspective, with bonus coverage of the featured Jersey Girl. Last but not least, Drew Coatney drops by with his thoughts, tips, and selections on the Woodbine late Pick Four.

Pick 3 Pod
Belmont, Indiana, and Hungary

Pick 3 Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 57:11


John, Clayton, and Pat go over their results from the pick 5 competition last week, another exciting group of listeners, and give out "hot picks" for Saturday's loaded day of racing.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Players' Podcast - July 8, 2022

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 90:30


PTF kicks off the show with Matt Bernier as they go over the two Grade 1 races at Belmont on Saturday. Then Matt Vagvolgyi is here to talk about how he plans to use Race Lens for the Saratoga meet and to do an in depth analysis of the Saturday Belmont Pick 6. Monmouth Park takes center stage in our next segment as Nick Tammaro and Dallas Baker are here with thoughts on the Win Early Pick Five races from both a fixed odds and horizontal betting perspective, with bonus coverage of the featured Jersey Girl. Last but not least, Drew Coatney drops by with his thoughts, tips, and selections on the Woodbine late Pick Four.

The Tournament Code
002: Daniel Booker – Riding the Emotional Rollercoaster of Tournament Golf, How to Practice Intentionally

The Tournament Code

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 41:01


Daniel Booker (@daniel_booker) explains how to best prepare for golf tournaments from his experience as a player, college coach, and swing instructor. Daniel played golf at Belmont University and started off strong as a freshman by winning OVC Freshman of the Year. After a lull due to a swing change, Daniel finished off his senior season with 7 Top 20 finishes, with 3 of those being Top 10. Now, he teaches golfers at Golf House Tennessee and is assistant coach at Belmont.---Follow us:Twitter - @TournamentCodeInstagram - @thetournamentcodeYouTube - The Tournament CodeHosted by: Cooper Collins (@coopercollins99) and Daniel Hamrin (@DanielHamrin)---(01:35) – Daniel's golf background(08:20) – the difference between smaller events and big events(11:52) – lessons from being a golf instructor(14:33) – the ups and downs of college golf(21:50) – how Belmont prepares its players by lifting(25:00) – the importance of practicing intentionally(37:10) – how to set up the bag for tournaments(40:00) – what Daniel would tell his younger self

Public Handicapper Podcast
Jul 8, 2022 - Cross Country Pick 5 Belmont w Paul Shurman

Public Handicapper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 72:30


Scott and Chris are joined by Paul Shurman to handicap the Cross Country Pick 5 at Belmont/Horseshoe Indy on Saturday, July 9.

RNZ: Checkpoint
Police surround North Shore home seeking suspected gunman

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 5:56


Reports of a man with a gun plunged four North Shore schools into lockdown today, as police swarmed the area. About 11am, Takapuna Grammar, Belmont Intermediate, Belmont Primary and Bayswater Primary were called by the Ministry of Education and told to stay inside and lock the doors. The instruction was lifted less than an hour later. Armed police have spent much of the day surrounding a home on a nearby street. Checkpoint reporter Nick Truebridge is in Belmont.

Better Betting - A Horse Racing and Betting Podcast
T.D. Thornton, Suffolk Downs, and the Belmont Late P5 for Saturday, July 9th

Better Betting - A Horse Racing and Betting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 104:34


Author and jack of all trades in horse racing, T.D. Thornton of the Thoroughbred Daily News, joins the show to reminisce about Suffolk Downs and the now defunct New England racing circuit. In the second half of the show, GQ and Eric analyze the late P5 at Belmont for Saturday, July 9th, which is loaded with big fields.

RNZ: Morning Report
Primary principal praises "amazing kids" in Lockdown

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 3:08


An Auckland primary school principal is advising parents of children caught up in yesterday's lockdown to speak to them about what happened. Five schools went into an immediate lockdown while armed police swarmed an area in Belmont on the North Shore following reports of a man with a gun. Marianne Coldham of Bayswater School spoke to Corin Dann.

RNZ: Morning Report
Lockdown sparks apprehension among schools: principal

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 5:59


A leading secondary school principal says schools will need to review and increase security following a lockdown in Auckland yesterday. Five schools went into an immediate lockdown while armed police swarmed an area in Belmont on the North Shore following reports of a man with a gun. Greg Pierce, the head of the Auckland Secondary School Principals Association, spoke to Morning Report.

Let's Talk: Gospel Music Gold
Let's Talk: GMG Jordan Harrington & Hood Memorial Gospel Choir

Let's Talk: Gospel Music Gold

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 58:42


•Hood Memorial Gospel Choir has been singing for over 60 years and have had several directors and Ministers of Music as Hood Memorial AME Zion Church in Belmont, North Carolina. •In 2016 the choir recorded their FIRST LIVE album “To The Only Wise God” and in 2018 they recorded their Christmas album “The Gift.” •With the current director Camille Harrington, musician / producer Jordan Harrington and manager / coordinator Shaniqua Holmes they are working diligently since being finalists of the 2022 How Sweet The Sound National Gospel Choir Competition hosted by Donald Lawrence Their latest release is a single “You Were There” featuring Lance Hamright •You may also “like” and share the episode. And you may Subscribe so you will be alerted when the newest show is published. •Please send me an email sharing your thoughts about this show segment also if you have any suggestions of future guests you would like to hear on the show. Send an email to letstalk2gmg@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/letstalk2gmg-ansonia/message

Belmont Assembly
Si Pedimos Comforme A Su Voluntad, El Nos Oye

Belmont Assembly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 62:22


Gracias por escuchar nuestro servicio. Esto fue tomado de una transmisión del domingo en vivo por la Asamblea de Dios de Belmont, Chicago, Illinois. Únase a nosotros en línea a las 12:30 PM para la adoración, un mensaje de nuestro Pastor y otros eventos especiales según lo programado. Sitio Web www.belmontasamblea.org YouTube www.youtube.com/belmontasambleadedios

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
HRRN's Equine Forum presented by TwinSpires - July 2, 2022

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 179:53


Presented by TwinSpires. WinStar President & CEO looks ahead to Life Is Good & Harvard in Belmont's G2 John A. Nerud, and Americanrevolution in the G2 Stephen Foster at Churchill Downs, Juddmonte Farms Manager Garrett O'Rourke discusses Mandaloun ahead of Saturday's Stephen Foster, Jockey Edgard Zayas talks about his return to racing and trying to upset Ce Ce in the G2 Princess Rooney at Gulfstream, Barry Pearl from Jockeys and Jeans previews their 8th annual fundraiser to benefit PDJF taking place Saturday at Churchill Downs, Vance Hanson previews 3 races to watch in this week's TwinSpires Triple Play, Trainer Dale Romans & turf writer Tim Wilkin debate the sports hottest topics in this week's edition of "I Ask, They Answer" presented by the University of Louisville Equine Industry Program in the College of Business and Kurt Becker takes you on his weekly Stroll Through Racing History presented by Keeneland. 

In The Money Players' Podcast
Players' Podcast | July 1, 2022

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 83:18


PTF and Matt Bernier kick off the show with a look at the weekend's two Breeders' Cup Win-and-You're-In races, the Princess Rooney from Gulfstream and the Stephen Foster Stakes from Churchill Downs. Next up, Drew Coatney is here with PTF to go over the late Pick 5, which includes four graded stakes races. Then Matt Vagvolgyi, our resident Race Lens power user, gives his thoughts on Belmont's Saturday Pick Six, with bonus coverage of the Nerud, where Life Is Good makes his return to the races in a showdown with Speaker's Corner. Dallas Baker of Betmakers and Nick Tammaro drop by to talk about Monmouth's early pick five. And last but not least, Jessica Paquette joins Nick to offer their thoughts on the state of Texas racing and Lone Star's late Pick Five.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Players' Podcast | July 1, 2022

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 83:18


PTF and Matt Bernier kick off the show with a look at the weekend's two Breeders' Cup Win-and-You're-In races, the Princess Rooney from Gulfstream and the Stephen Foster Stakes from Churchill Downs. Next up, Drew Coatney is here with PTF to go over the late Pick 5, which includes four graded stakes races. Then Matt Vagvolgyi, our resident Race Lens power user, gives his thoughts on Belmont's Saturday Pick Six, with bonus coverage of the Nerud, where Life Is Good makes his return to the races in a showdown with Speaker's Corner. Dallas Baker of Betmakers and Nick Tammaro drop by to talk about Monmouth's early pick five. And last but not least, Jessica Paquette joins Nick to offer their thoughts on the state of Texas racing and Lone Star's late Pick Five.

Productive Flow
Alchemizing Your Roadblocks & Actualizing Your Journey with Meena Hissami, Clare Belmont & Rachael Weaver

Productive Flow

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 58:53


So many aspiring spiritual entrepreneurs know that they are purposed for something big and important. But between our past and present life trauma, subconscious beliefs and negative voices, it's hard to actualize that vision.  In order to shift, we have to be able to alchemize those roadblocks and ascend to what we're here to do.  With the intention of helping people do just that - I have joined forces with 3 incredible ladies to create a space for people to transform.  In today's episode, Soul Aligned Human Design & Copywriting Expert, Rachael Weaver, Rapid Transformational Hypnotherapist & Coach, Meena Hissami, and Wise Woman Spirit Guide, Clare Belmont join me to share what we're going to be doing in the Productive Flow Challenge.  Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode  How to tap into who you are here to be  How do we uncover hidden traumas and actually start creating new wiring?  How to alchemize roadblocks on every level Why do we need to bring together our past lives, current life trauma, life design, hypnosis and ancient wisdom to fully facilitate a shift?  The biggest limiting belief we have to rewire How do we overcome the struggle we have with making money as spiritual entrepreneurs? Guest Bio Rachael Weaver is a Soul Aligned Human Design and Copywriting Expert. Rachael will demystify Human Design and how you can use it to easily attract your goals instead of chasing them further away.  Her superpower lies in setting your message on fire while holding space for you to step into your soul's true path and purpose. Meena Hissami is a Rapid Transformational Hypnotherapist & Coach. Meena is a rapid transformational hypnotherapist and coach who will guide you through a live hypnotherapy session to first identify the beliefs and emotions holding you back from fully pursuing your goals and then create & embody a new set of empowering beliefs & perceptions that create a more powerful, fluid & satisfying experience of life.  Fair warning - her meditations may just reveal life altering wisdom hidden inside of you. Clare Belmont is a Wise Woman Spirit Guide. Clare is a personal development mentor who will show you what's possible when you truly believe in yourself, your gifts, and open your heart to womb wisdom.  Women Who Run with the Wolves pulses through her veins, so don't be surprised if you activate your WILD during this week's challenge! Together we are Calling All Wild Women Trailblazers Ready to Step into Their Ancient Feminine Power in the Productive Flow Challenge. We're helping women Alchemize the Roadblock Between Them, Their Goals, and Their Life's Purpose.  For more information and to sign up for this membership program, head to https://angelakristentaylor.ac-page.com/alchemizechallenge (productiveflowchallenge.com). 

Daily Racing Form
TimeformUS Pacecast | Episode 147 | June 28, 2022

Daily Racing Form

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:00


On the TimeformUS Pacecast, Craig and David recap last week's racing highlighted by the Ohio Derby at Thistledown and the Mother Goose at Belmont. This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm

BetAmerica Radio Network
Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast 6/27/22--Weekend Recap

BetAmerica Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 42:05


Jason looks back at the weekend of racing from Thistledown, Belmont, and Churchill Downs. He also discusses his weekend of travel down to Tampa Bay Downs. 

The Power Trip
HR. 3 - U.S. Open Golf Bet - The Power Trip

The Power Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 45:51


A record number of Power Trip cast and friends make their picks for the 2022 U.S. Open, Kevin Gorg shares his thoughts on the Belmont, and some new movies are being released this week!

You Better You Bet
Magnificent Monday Intro (6/13): Weekend Recaps!

You Better You Bet

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 20:46


Nick Kostos & Ken Barkley are back together and they're getting caught up on each other's eventful weekends, with Ken having gone to Chicago and Nick attending the Belmont. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Kevin Sheehan Show
Jack, Jay, and Steph

The Kevin Sheehan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 61:32 Very Popular


Kevin opened with his thoughts on the Commanders' $100,000 fine of Jack Del Rio yesterday. He spent time on Steph Curry's incredible Game 4 performance last night in Boston. Then it was a conversation with guest Jay Gruden followed by Eddie C's Belmont picks.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices