In our last SEAMSIDE conversation on Episode 5, quilt historian Jess Bailey aka @publiclibraryquilts and I discussed the role of storytelling in art history and the power of visual images to convey narratives, experience of feeling seen and recognized through images, and we talked about why Jess would rather her quilts be considered sturdy rather than soft.We catch up now a little over a year later to share our favorite quilt book recommendations, personal stories from recent quilting bees, and I share a vulnerable moment that Jess indirectly helped me understand one of my own blind spots in regards to the improv quilts of Gee's Bend.⤷ Subscribe to SEAMSIDE to get a notification when a new episode posts⤷ Get your free trial to the THE QUILTY NOOKSHOWNOTES OF THE GODS (thank you, Jess)You can see the Ascott Martyrs Quilt if you visit the People's History Museum in Manchester or you can learn more about the Martyrs story and early union history through this resource. Big thanks to Fi Ashley at Gresshenhall for amplifying material culture histories of unions and first telling PLQ about the Ascott Quilt.Zak shared his copy of the standby of any well-stocked quilt library: A Communion of the Spirits: African-American Quilters, Preservers, and Their Stories by Roland L. Freeman. Remember, if you can't find an out of print quilt history book, its always worth checking Worldcat - a search engine that aggregates the world's library collections!Two must read quilt history books of 2023: Out this June from University of Washington Press, Professor Lisa Gail Collins' Stitching Love and Loss: the story of a Gee's Bend Quilt promises to encompass the power and role of quilts across a human life. Professor Janneken Smucker's A New Deal for Quilts will be published by the International Quilt Museum in October. Jess has had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy and everyone needs to see the stunningly beautiful early 20th century photographs of quilts in this book. You can preorder it at the link above.Jess & Zak are a Sharbreon fan club in this episode! If you'd like to read Dr. Sharbreon Plummer's Diasporic Threads published by Common Threads Press, you can find it here. Jess & Sharbreon have some projects up their sleeve, in the meantime explore Sharbreon's quilt work.You can watch Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi's lecture at the International Quilt Museum here (and maybe spot Zak in the front row!)Oh and did Jess mention an upcoming quilt fundraiser & raffle? Stay tuned for more from Jess & her collaborator Ashley J. May (@grassrootsmorning) as they prepare for the Kin Folk Library Quilt fundraiser funding a library of children's books amplifying the rich histories of Black feminist writers and Lil' Free Bird story times at the Salt Eaters and other bookshops.
Working in the paranormal has gotten me re-evaluating so many things from my past. So for this week's episode, I'll be sharing other stories that have made people question their own realities, and think: WTF was that?First, I tell the tale of a person who saw a mysterious white mist. Then, I narrate the story of a person who received a curious birthday blessing. Next, I recount the time a pair of siblings were stalked in their own home. And finally, I speak with Prince Jackson, about the shared experience he had with his brother who has schizophrenia. || Listen to Jim Harold's Campfire https://jimharold.com/show/jim-harolds-campfire/ || Follow Prince Twitter: @theheadknight, @KnightLight_Pod Listen to Knight Light: https://open.spotify.com/show/6DNQuEbo10yhb9xWoV6PWu?si=55323d3a257144f8 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/storieswithsapphire/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/storieswithsapphire/support
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898: In preparation for Fred's trip to Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, we feature two guests back to back. Michael Chupka, Bandon's Director of Communications provides us background on the history, future, services, amenities, and designs of the entire Resort. Then Kevin Phillips, Director of Instruction joins in to discuss the Links Lessons clinic he provides to help guests get ready for playing in challenging conditions on these true Links style courses. He also shares specific information on what makes each of the five 18 hole courses at Bandon Dunes unique. This episode is brought to you by SwingU.com and the SwingU app. Go to swingu.com/upgrade and use promo code ‘golfsmarter' to save 30% on your first year's subscription to either the SwingU Plus or SwingU Pro.. This week on Golf Smarter Mulligans is the last of six with Dr. Glen Albaugh, author of “Wining The Battle Within”. Glen passed away in Feb 2023 at the age of 91, and we want to honor his memory by replaying each episode he was featured on Golf Smarter. This episode, from September 2016, is called “The Truth About Playing Better Golf Using Your Imagination”. Learn more in the show notes or our blog post at GolfSmarter.com for these episodes. Golf Smarter has been named by golfspan.com as one of the 10 Best Golf Podcasts for 2023, including being named the BEST GOLF PODCAST FOR YOUR MENTAL GAME. Check it out at https://www.golfspan.com/best-golf-podcasts. Become a Golf Smarter Ambassador by introducing our next episode! For your effort you'll receive a choice of prizes including: • A box of ODIN balls of your choice with the Golf Smarter logo. ODIN Golf is the only golf brand that sponsors and pays everyday golfers! See our custom page at odin-golf.com/pages/golfsmarter. • A Glove + Glove Compartment from RedRoosterGolf.com where you can choose from a large variety of styles of gloves in 26 sizes! • A private link to Tony Manzoni's video “The Lost Fundamental”. Write to GolfSmarterPodcast@gmail.com and we'll send you simple instructions and a brief script to record for the intro of the show. In addition to sharing your home course, you now have the opportunity to offer your favorite Golf Smarter lesson, episode, insight or teacher.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/3264943/advertisement
Welcome to the Women of the Northwest podcast, hosted by Jan Johnson. In this episode, Jan introduces surprise guests Se-eun and Ye Jin, friends of her daughter Emily.Se-eun, from South Korea, shares how she met Emily during her visit to Korea and how she finally got the opportunity to visit her friends in the United States.Ye Jin, also from South Korea, talks about her experience living in the States for eleven years due to her father's academic pursuits and her subsequent return to South Korea. She discusses the challenges of maintaining her English proficiency and the differences in education systems between the two countries.Jan explores their recent trip to Oregon, highlighting the scenic landscapes they encountered during their four and a half hour drive from Bend to Brownsmead. They discuss the beauty of the river, forest, and blue sky, as well as the sight of the Three Sisters and Mount Hood.The guests mention their visit to the Grange and the enjoyable experiences they had, including live music by the Brownsmead Flats and trying out local food like mashed potatoes.Jan learns about Se-eun's previous visit to New York City and Ye-Jin's love for American food, specifically mashed potatoes with gravy sauce, which is not commonly found in Korea.They talk about their shared interest in climbing and how they met Emily through climbing lessons in Korea. Ye Jin mentions her recent injuries and the challenges of getting back into climbing after a two-year break. Se-eun expresses her desire to explore various sports and outdoor activities available in Emily's area, including kayaking and backcountry skiing.Ye Jin describes her passion for bouldering and the accomplishment she feels when solving climbing problems. She also discusses her transition to lead climbing and the sense of self-competition and endurance it brings.The episode concludes with a discussion on the physical training required for climbing and the overall joy and fulfillment it brings to their lives.Join Jan and her surprise guests as they share their travel experiences, love for climbing, and the exploration of exciting activities in the Northwest. Subscribe to the Women of the Northwest podcast for inspiring stories and adventures.
Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
Imagine receiving news that your 55-year-old spouse has been diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). The world as you know it comes to a screeching halt, and you're left wondering what to do next. It's a condition that involves a decline in cognitive function beyond what is considered normal aging, yet not severe enough to disrupt daily life. This was the reality for Steve and Gincy Heins, whose lives were forever changed by the diagnosis. But rather than succumbing to despair, they decided to take action and work towards keeping Steve's cognitive abilities stable. They were determined to beat the odds - with one-third of MCI patients showing improvement, one-third remaining steady, and the last third likely developing Alzheimer's. Gincy was raising their son then, and Steve was an Imagineer with Disney - a job requiring immense creativity and mental agility. They never imagined Alzheimer's would affect them at such a young age. However, they refused to let the diagnosis defeat them. (Here that story here.) This week, we delve into the incredible story of Steve and Gincy Heins, who have spent the past 13 years doing everything they can to maintain Steve's cognitive stability. From lifestyle changes to mental stimulation, they have implemented various strategies that have profoundly impacted their lives. Theirs is a story of resilience, determination, and love - a testament to the power of the human spirit in the face of adversity. So join us as we explore their journey, and discover the secrets to keeping your mind healthy and sharp at any age. Find Gincy & her multiple books here! Now to pay some bills! Did you know people with Alzheimer's can receive nearly 200 spam calls a week? You can put a stop to those now. Relevate from NeuroReserve Make Your Brain Span Match Your LifeSpan With Relevate nutritional supplement, you get science-backed nutrition to help protect your brain power today and for years to come. You deserve a brain span that lasts as long as your lifespan. Join Fading Memories On Social Media! If you've enjoyed this episode, please share this podcast with other caregivers! You'll find us on social media at the following links. Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Contact Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Notre Dame football lands two class of 2024 recruits...Blue and Gold's Mike Singer has all the details. Plus PGA Tour/LIV are now partners while Darin offers the top 5 offensive prospects in the NL Central.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME THROUGH JULY 2023Welcome to AT THE TABLESometimes we think what we have in front of us is all there is from God. However, in Geoff's story, God wanted him to experience something beyond where he was. Listen as Geoff reads through the beginning of journey that would take him around the world in the next year. We'll go from floating a river in Bend, Oregon to prepping for a move to New Zealand in PART 3 of this amazing story from his book "Because Jesus".00:00 : Intro17:11 : Speaking Through Spedick25:58 : $200 and Baby Drool (aka Grace & Mercy) At the age of 24, God revealed Himself and His love to Geoff in an incredibly powerful way; and in the middle of a dust military motor pool Geoff gave his life to the LOVER of his soul, Jesus.BECAUSE JESUS is a story about our need for Jesus in every area of our life. We only live, move and have our being in Jesus Christ. Life can't be lived with Him.For more about Geoff's book "Because Jesus" or to purchase the book click belowhttps://www.amazon.com/Because-Jesus-Geoff-Matero-S-H-B/dp/B0BHL3LYHPAT THE TABLE:Check us out on our Social Media to get updates on upcoming shows:https://www.facebook.com/geoffmaterohttps://www.instagram.com/geoffmaterohttps://www.youtube.com/@geoffmateroIf you would like to contact Geoff and be on the show, please head over to our website: www.geoffmatero.com*If you like the show please leave us a review on any of the platforms this show is available. #gogod #atthetable #jesus #christianity #ywam #god #faith #missions #podcast #anchorandmoor #missionary #ywamkona #houstonwehaveaproblem
In this one, Mike and Cody are going to learn to be benders, but none of that boring stuff like Earth, water, air, or fire. We are choosing our own style of bending to master, you know useful stuff like silica, plants, or chickens. This one gets a little wild, so strap in!JOIN THE PATREON!https://linktr.ee/sitvpodAlbum art by @haileycomet_tattooSupport the show
Dean Graziosi's Millionaire Success Habits
In today's world there's a big emphasis on being “special”... but the truth is, you don't have to be special to be successful. According to today's guest on the Own YOUR Future Podcast, you should really embrace being AVERAGE instead. Tom Bilyeu is an entrepreneur who's had extraordinary success. He's co-founder of the billion-dollar brand QUEST NUTRITION alongside his wife Lisa Bilyeu. A company he built from the ground up by being average and simply practicing what he calls the “physics of progress.” Personally driven to expand people's vision of wellness to a 360-degree view that encompasses body and mind, Tom has created the podcast, “IMPACT THEORY” to help people develop the skills they will need to improve themselves and the world. He is also the CREATOR of "Project Kyzen," a groundbreaking NFT-powered AI DIGITAL WORLD that offers a truly unique & customizable experience. Tom's reputation as a force of change is undeniable. He was named one of Success Magazine's Top 25 Influential People & Entrepreneur of the Year by Secret Entourage and this episode is full of insights you won't hear anywhere else… What are the PHYSICS OF PROGRESS and how you can use them to set yourself up for extraordinary success The ONLY belief that matters when it comes to success How to bend the world to YOUR WILL Why sometimes going to the “DARK SIDE” is necessary… just don't stay there too long The only thing that REMOVES INSECURITY Why you can't base your VALUE on accomplishments and what to use instead The difference between BRAND MARKETING and DIRECT RESPONSE marketing Dean and Tom share their insights on where they think the world is heading in the next decade and how you can be prepared Plus Dean and Tom talked about the impact of A.I on business, marketing trends… and at the end, Dean helps Tom in real-time with a marketing problem he's currently facing! Appreciate you taking the time to listen to the show and helping us grow each week! If this episode brought you value, hit that subscribe button and share it with someone who needs it. If you're interested in starting your own self-education, coaching, or digital product business check out Mastermind.com. Test drive it for 14 days for just $1 HERE Want to learn habits that set you up for success? Grab a copy of my book Millionaire Success Habits Connect with Dean on social media: Subscribe to Dean's YouTube Channel Instagram - DM me and let me know what you thought about this episode! Facebook Twitter TikTok Website Join Dean's newsletter for weekly wisdom, updates and news direct to your inbox
EPISODE DETAILS Fisherman or not, this time of year in June there really isn't a bad spot to toss a line. Pro Angler Johnnie Candle joins our crew. This is Rebecca Wanner aka BEC and Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt with the outdoors radio show The Bend. We have Outdoors news, spotlight grizzly sightings in Yellowstone, tell about a Ghost Town, plus have your Travel and entertainment headlines. Be sure to tune into The Bend Show! SPOTLIGHT In case you needed some extra good news today, The Queen of the Tetons is still with us. The famous grizzly named 399 emerged from hibernation. She's the oldest known bear in the Yellowstone ecosystem, spanning 7 decades of records, to give birth at the age of 27. Queen of the Tetons, Grizzly 339 was photographed last month with a new cub at her side. AND This leads to a great reminder! MANY animals are now with or about to be with, their babies. From cubs to calves to fawns; never be “That Guy” approaching to try photographing wildlife. There's always a joke or meme at this time of year, “Don't Pet The Fluffy Cow” aka Buffalo or Bison. That holds true on anything from Moose, they are mean, to of course mountain lions to bears. Enjoy the view, Be in the Moment. Do not approach wild animals especially while with their young. NEWS Poor Driving Hereditary - NOW if you've got a family gathering in your near future? This may just be the topic that could “Stir the Pot” if you're looking to get the goat of some people, or just have fun with a little debate. A study from Scrap Car Comparison has revealed that bad driving might be hereditary. 1,000 drivers were surveyed and was discovered that 66% of these drivers who had tickets also had parents with poor driving records. 50% of the drivers with poor driving parents have received at least one ticket in the past 10 years. 55% of people say that they LEARNED speeding from their parents and 49% of drivers say they learned Road-Raging from their parents…. BEC dares you to bring up THIS TOPIC at your next family bbq! LOL Looking to relocate? How about buy your own town? A Texas ghost town is up for sale for $100,000. The town of Lobo, Texas is located 20 miles from the Mexico border and has been abandoned since 1991. If interested, we wish you the best - the town contains a gas station, a motel, a grocery store and several empty homes. To the north of Lobo is Guatelupe National Park; to the south is Big Bend National Park. North Carolina - is where one man calls home, and this man has not used Toilet paper in ten years. Robin Greenfield of Asheville, NC claims he has not used TP since 2013 and instead uses Blue Spur Flower leaves because they are eco-friendly and the same size as a square of toilet paper. Mr. Greenfield went on to explain that the average American spends over $11,000 on tp over the course of their life. The Blue Spur Flower leaves he claims have a natural, minty scent, and are easy to grow. I'm just going to believe him on that one… and still expect Tigger to pack the biodegradable toilet paper. JOHNNIE CAMPBELL, PRO ANGLER Meet 30-plus-year veteran pro angler, Johnnie Campbell, as the newest member of The Bend Field staff. Growing up fishing on his father's charter boat on the Great Lakes honing his skills on Lake Erie's central basin. By age 21, Campbell had obtained his Master of Great Lakes US Coast Guard Captain's License, beginning his lifelong journey to becoming a Pro Angler, a Fishing Guide, and Sport Fishing Communicator. Since 1993, Campbell has made a career out of fishing. He has guided trips from Trout and Salmon in the Lower Niagara River, to Walleye in the Dakotas, to guiding on the Gulf of Mexico. Johnnie Campbell's pro angler stats are phenomenal having taken to competing at the highest level on the USFA, NAWA, PWT, MWC and NWT tournament fishing trails. We are excited to have him aboard the ship here at The Bend Show. Hear his story on how his successful career came to be, and remains a passion to this day. Featuring: Johnnie Campbell; learn more at JohnnieCandle.com Facebook: @JohnnieCandleProfessionalAngler ENTERTAINMENT NEWS Trisha Yearwood is selling the Nashville home she bought over two decades ago for $4.5 million. If you were a fan of not just Trisha Yearwood as a singer, but also of her cooking style in the Kitchen, Trisha has filmed 11 seasons of her Food Network show, ''Tricia's Southern Kitchen'', at the house. The home has five bedrooms, three fireplaces, an elevator, and a pool. New country star Parker McCollum says hunting with his wife can be a challenge. He explained in a recent interview that his wife loves wearing lots of fragrances. So while he's sitting in the stand bathed in scent killer, his wife, Parker McCollum jokes is smelling like a field of flowers. The country star did so though that he loves being with her in the field, even if she can make hunting a challenge. TRAVEL & PLANNING Butchering Dates for this fall's wild game or your own raised beef, pork, etc. Consider calling now to get your name on the list or schedule. Some butchering processor facilities only process wild game at certain times and the dates fill up quickly. Remember you can typically always cancel. State Park Passes: Thinking a Staycation this year? If you are thinking of this year sticking closer to home possibly and exploring your state's many beautiful parks. This is a reminder to be purchasing those passes now. Depending on your state you may qualify for discounts regarding age, and current or past military experience, and some states even have promotions right now for a buy one pass get a second pass half off. Regardless, order state park passes now incase you qualify for promotions and special identification is needed. We want everyone ready to road trip in their own "backyard", meaning your state, this summer. FIELD REPORTS & COMMENTS Call or Text your questions, comments to 305-900-BEND or 305-900-2363 Or email BendRadioShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @thebendshow SUBSCRIBE to The Bend YouTube Channel. Website: TheBendShow.com #catchBECifyoucan #tiggerandbec #outdoors #travel The Outdoors, Rural America And Conservation are Center-Stage. AND how is that? Because Tigger & BEC… Live This Lifestyle. Learn more about Jeff ‘Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com WESTERN LIFESTYLE & THE OUTDOORS Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world, Rodeo, and the Western Way of Life as well as advocate for the Outdoors and Wildlife Conservation. Outdoorsmen themselves, this duo strives to provide the hunter, adventurer, cowboy, cowgirl, rancher and/or successful farmer with the knowledge, education, and tools needed to bring high-quality beef to your table for dinner. The understanding of the importance in sharing meals with family, cooking harvested wild game and fish from your adventures, and learning to understand the importance of making memories in the outdoors. Appreciate God's Country. United together, this duo offers a glimpse into and speaks about what life truly is like at the end of dirt roads. Tigger & BEC look forward to hearing from you, answering your questions and sharing in the journey of making your life a success story.
Welcoming the Stranger, with Rev. Tyler McQuilkin. Series: A Ruckus For Good A Spacious Christianity, First Presbyterian Church of Bend, Oregon. Scripture: Luke 10, 25-37.About the Series, A Ruckus For Good: Wendell Berry suggests we "practice resurrection." We take the calling of practicing resurrection seriously at First Presbyterian. We will celebrate the promise of Easter that “Love Wins” exploring how we are called to create a ruckus for good in our community and in throughout the world. We will address many of the issues that impact our lives together through the lens of our faith.Join us each Sunday, 10AM at bendfp.org, or 11AM KTVZ-CW Channel 612/12 in Bend. Subscribe/Follow, and click the bell for alerts.At First Presbyterian, you will meet people at many different places theologically and spiritually. And we love it that way. We want to be a place where our diversity brings us together and where conversation takes us all deeper in our understanding of God.We call this kind of faith “Spacious Christianity.” We don't ask anyone to sign creeds or statements of belief. The life of faith is about a way of being in the world and a faith that shows itself in love.Thank you for your support of the mission of the First Presbyterian Church of Bend. Visit https://bendfp.org/giving/ for more information.Keywords:stranger, man, samaritan, neighbor, love, people, road, jesus, religious leaders, hospitality, calls, levite, writes, christ, god, priest, exclude, question, duties, unclean, presbyterian, church, online worship, bend, oregonFeaturing:Rev. Dr. Steven Koski, Rev. Kally Elliott, Tyler McQuilkin, Becca Ellis, Brave of Heart, GuestsSupport the show
In Episode 116 we talk Brandy Station and Milliken's Bend. https://cwweeklypod.wixsite.com/my-site *Mobile capability through the app Spaces by Wix. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CWweeklypod Venmo: @Timothy-Patrick-48 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/civil-war-weekly/support
The book of Hebrews tells us that Jesus is a high priest forever after the order of Melchizedek. In this sermon from Hebrews 7:1-10, Pastor Neal looks at what the Bible has to say about Melchizedek, including his greatness, his character, and his superiority. We see that he represented a type and form of what was to come—the perfect and eternal priesthood of the Lord Jesus Christ. From our Sunday service at Grace Bible Church of Bend.
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HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More
S2E28: Whatever Happened to the Wonder Years with Monika Roots, MD, Co-Founder, President and Chief Medical Officer at Bend Health and host Dr. Nick. Like in the old TV series, playing outside with friends or eating dinner as a family, are a thing of the past. Social media and the mobile phone have done a real number on home life and conversation. Nearly 1 in 5 in the US live with mental health and that rate has increased post-pandemic in children, we see similar rates with some data suggesting 1 in 3 teenagers reported feeling sad or hopeless, and nearly 1 in 5 seriously considered attempting suicide. While the Wonder years version of our village no longer exists there are solutions that can help bring in everybody we can to help raise our children as a village, not as a singular person. As you will hear Monika say, we tend to put a lot of pressure on ourselves as parents to be perfect, but perfection is not the answer. Add to that the challenge of sufficient resources we have to build a coordinated virtual model that brings the services and support to the families and especially the children where they are. Your better pill to swallow is to learn from these experiences and positive outcomes and work to build a village of care and create a pediatric collaborative care model. The design, tools, and resources are out there, it is up to us to bring them to our communities and villages and reverse the distressing trends in mental health in our future generations. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio.” Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
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Notre Dame lands a 2024 defensive line commitment, the Irish run game in 2024, Notre Dame football week in review plus Salvation Army's Paul Szrom on next week's Million Dollar Hole In One Contest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Blue and Gold's Mike Singer with the latest Notre Dame football recruiting news, SEC will use just 8 conference games in 2024, State of the American League on June 1st and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Summer 2023 includes a whopping 51 shows at the Hayden Homes Amphitheater in Bend, just one show fewer than last year. Ahead of the big season, marketing director for Hayden Homes Amphitheater and the Old Mill, Beau Eastes, chats with the Source crew about the partnership with Live Nation, memorable shows from past years and more.
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Blue and Gold's Notre Dame football beat reporter Tyler Horka joins the show, College Football on NBC will be "interesting," The NL Central mess, and sports wagering talk.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Rebel News podcasts features free audio-only versions of select RebelNews+ content and other Rebel News long-form videos, livestreams, and interviews. Monday to Friday enjoy the audio version of Ezra Levant's daily TV-style show, The Ezra Levant Show, where Ezra gives you his contrarian and conservative take on free speech, politics, and foreign policy through in-depth commentary and interviews. Wednesday evenings you can listen to the audio version of The Gunn Show with Sheila Gunn Reid the Chief Reporter of Rebel News. Sheila brings a western sensibility to Canadian news. With one foot in the oil patch and one foot in agriculture, Sheila challenges mainstream media narratives and stands up for Albertans. If you want to watch the video versions of these podcasts, make sure to begin your free RebelNewsPlus trial by subscribing at http://www.RebelNewsPlus.com
Rev. Caleb Adams, pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Bend, OR, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Revelation 9:1-21. When the fifth trumpet sounds, the devil is given the key to the bottomless pit, from which he releases locusts who have power like scorpions. They harm those who are not Christians, and their torment is worse than the torment of death. Their dreadful power represents the deadly force in all false doctrine. As this first woe passes, the sixth angel sounds his trumpet. Four angels at the river Euphrates are released at the appointed time to kill a third of mankind. This demonic army also brings deadly false doctrine. However, the rest of mankind does not repent of their idolatry or their sinful works. Comfort is found in this text for Christians in the fact that none of this is outside of the control of the risen Christ. He directs all things and protects His people from the devil and his works. “Come Lord Jesus!” is a series on Sharper Iron that goes through the Revelation given to St. John. Although some look at Revelation with fear, it is a book of supreme hope in our crucified, risen, and ascended Lord. The book of Revelation gives a heavenly perspective on our earthly circumstances so that the Church in every generation is challenged, comforted, and assured of final victory through Jesus Christ.
Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher
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Notre Dame football adds a Penn State running back, Irish win the lacrosse national and a weird ending to the Indy 500. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The writer of Hebrews wants us to know that we can always trust in the promises of God. In this sermon from Hebrews 6:13-20, Pastor Phil looks at three things to remember about God in order to hold fast: his proven faithfulness, his unchanging character, and his eternal provision. We can rest assured that the promises of God will always be true, and will always come to pass. From our Sunday service at Grace Bible Church of Bend.
It is branding season. Make those memories and of course enjoy the great food. It's still beef month so we have those recipes you have to try. This is Rebecca Wanner aka BEC and Jeff ‘Tigger' Erhardt with the outdoors radio show The Bend. We have a fun easy summer meal idea and your Travel headlines too. Be sure to tune into The Bend Show! BEEF MONTH May is BEEF Month, BBQ Month and all is fitting as Memorial Day Weekend is the kick-off to camping season. We share beef tips and tricks that will have you making easy meals all summer long. RANCH LIFE The month of May is busy on a ranch as that is when the calving season in many states comes to an end. This also means that ranch work changes gears. Fences are to be mended. Bulls have been bought. Now cows with newborn calves must go through being “worked” to be ready for summer. This is all done during a “Branding”. BRANDING What some look forward to the most in the spring, or the whole year are brandings. (For BEC this is her highlight, Christmas!) Ranches chose their day, many neighboring ranches having held certain dates for years, or even generations. Your ranch's branding is a special occasion. Yes, it is hard work. Yes, everyone will be dirty. Yes, you will feel full-filled from a hard hard day's work usually filled with antics and the socializing you have missed all these cold winter months. Cows with their newborn calves are gathered or a “round-up” is held. Sometimes a ranch or farm can gather with just a few people. Bigger outfits will have help coming with horses. Cows sorted from the calves. The cows are run through the chute, given proper inoculations, and poured for flies so that they are ready for breeding. Calves are then worked as well. Some ranches will use a calf table that flips the animal on its side while it is “worked”. Cattle Ranches like where BEC & Tigger were raised are still “Cowboy”. Cowboys and Cowgirls will arrive with ranch horses ready for a full day. The calves are still roped with two wrestlers holding the calf once caught. CAMARADERIE & FELLOWSHIP Once the hard day is over, there is a sense of freedom. The sense of pride in seeing a job well done with friends. At the conclusion of branding, that ranch or farm will host a dinner or supper. This is an opportunity to share over a home-cooked meal. It is also a time to relax and enjoy one another's company. A time to reunite the neighborhood. BEC was raised on a large cattle ranch. She learned to “Cowboy”. The lessons learned were priceless. Western Lifestyle & The Outdoors Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world, Rodeo and the Western Way of Life as well as advocate for the Outdoors and Wildlife Conservation. In turn, this duo strives to provide the hunter, adventurer, cowboy, cowgirl, rancher & successful farmer with the knowledge, education, and tools needed to bring high-quality beef to your table for dinner. The understanding of the importance of sharing meals with family, cooking harvested wild game and fish from your adventures, and learning to understand the importance of making memories in the outdoors. United together, this duo offers a glimpse & speaks about the insight of what life truly is like at the end of dirt roads. Tigger & BEC look forward to hearing from you, answering your questions and sharing in the journey of making your journey in life a success story. Field Reports or Comments Call or Text your questions, comments to 305-900-BEND or 305-900-2363 Or email BendRadioShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @thebendshow SUBSCRIBE to The Bend YouTube Channel. Website: TheBendShow.com #catchBECifyoucan #tiggerandbec #outdoors #travel The Outdoors, Rural America And Conservation are Center-Stage. AND how is that? Because Tigger & BEC… Live This Lifestyle. Learn more about Jeff ‘Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com
Defining Duke: An Xbox Podcast
If there was any moment to put their foot on Xbox's throat, this showcase felt like a most opportune time. PlayStation only comes out of hiding every so often meaning it stand to reason that you'd think they'd have plenty to show off. You see, Xbox and PlayStation aren't too different. The mid-generation outlook for both consoles is eerily similar with very little knowledge on what is cooking for first party. Fortunately for Xbox, PlayStation left their audience in the dark on major teams such as Naughty Dog, Bend, Bluepoint, and several others. With that, the window is open to take some of the "mindshare" back as they aim to surprise and delight at their upcoming showcase. Naturally, we dig into the showcase itself, but mostly how it reflects Xbox's ability to bounce back at this moment. Plus rumors of a Persona 3 Remake revealed on Xbox's stage have us excited, Nvidia, Boosteroid, and Xbox's partnership have picked up, OG Dukes get a special treat from EON Gaming with the XBHD, and plenty more in another jam packed week! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nina Wadia OBE is best known from the ground braking sketch show Goodness Gracious Me alongside Sanjeev Bhaskar, Meera Syal and Kulvinder Ghir and as Zainab Massood in Eastenders for 6 years. She's also been in the Jasper Carrot sitcom All About Me, 2 Point 4 Children, The Vicar of Dibley, Holby City, Skins, Chambers, Waking the Dead, Citizen Khan, Death in Paradise, Doctor Who, Finding Fatima, Still Open All Hours, Murder in Mind, Doctors and New Tricks. She also been in the films Bend it like Beckham, I Can't Think Straight, Code 46, Sixth Happiness and Namaste London. She was a contestant in the nineteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing and been a presenter on Loose Women. Naina won best comedy performance at the British Soap Awards, as well as best on screen partnership within Nitin Ganatra and in 2013 was awarded the Outstanding Achievement in Television award at the Asian Awards.Nina Wadia is guest number 292 on My Time Capsule and chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things she'd like to put in a time capsule; four she'd like to preserve and one she'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Follow Nina Wadia on Twitter: @Nina_Wadia & Instagram @nina.wadia .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by matthewboxall.com .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. Get this podcast ad-free by becoming a team member with Acast+! Your support will help us to keep making My Time Capsule. Join our team now! https://plus.acast.com/s/mytimecapsule. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What Energy Do You Bring To The World?, with Rev. Dr. Steven Koski. Series: A Ruckus For Good A Spacious Christianity, First Presbyterian Church of Bend, Oregon. Scripture: Acts 2.1-4; 42-47.In times of stress and anxiety, are there practices such as deep breathing that can be used to connect with greater wisdom? This week, we discuss embracing the spirit of love and bringing positive energy into the world. Join us to celebrate Pentecost and even rediscover the church as a revolutionary movement of love, focusing on living in the way of Jesus.About the Series, A Ruckus For Good: Wendell Berry suggests we "practice resurrection." We take the calling of practicing resurrection seriously at First Presbyterian. We will celebrate the promise of Easter that “Love Wins” exploring how we are called to create a ruckus for good in our community and in throughout the world. We will address many of the issues that impact our lives together through the lens of our faith.Join us each Sunday, 10AM at bendfp.org, or 11AM KTVZ-CW Channel 612/12 in Bend. Subscribe/Follow, and click the bell for alerts.At First Presbyterian, you will meet people at many different places theologically and spiritually. And we love it that way. We want to be a place where our diversity brings us together and where conversation takes us all deeper in our understanding of God.We call this kind of faith “Spacious Christianity.” We don't ask anyone to sign creeds or statements of belief. The life of faith is about a way of being in the world and a faith that shows itself in love.Thank you for your support of the mission of the First Presbyterian Church of Bend. Visit https://bendfp.org/giving/ for more information.Keywords:jesus, pentecost, god, spirit, breath, church, energy, world, inner strength, deep breath, wind, christianity, revolutionary movement, love, heart, glorious, strength, followers, courage, bible, presbyterian, church, online worship, bend, oregonFeaturing:Rev. Dr. Steven Koski, Rev. Kally Elliott, Tyler McQuilkin, Becca Ellis, Brave of Heart, GuestsSupport the show
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Working the Indy 500 for WIBC so we talk Indy and the South Bend Cubs See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Notre Dame football week in review, Cubs were almost no-hit plus live from the Indy 500 Brendan KingSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The latest on Notre Dame football recruiting with Blue and Gold's Kyle Kelly.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Blue and Gold's Kyle Kelly on the latest Notre Dame football recruiting news, 3 Irish make Athlon's pre-season All-American teams, plus who could beat the Georgia Bulldogs this year?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Raina Lampkins-Felder, Curator at the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, weaves together the histories of Black artists who stayed in Southern America during the Great Migration, like the Quiltmakers of Gee's Bend. Black artists based in the American South have always forged unique artistic practices - as multigenerational as multimedia in form. Using found and ‘reclaimed' materials, their sculptures, paintings, drawings, and quilts speak to these artists' individual ingenuity, and the enslavement, Jim Crow-era segregation, and institutionalised racism which continues to colour America's past and present. Geographically isolated, but well-connected within communities, artists like Thornton Dial, Estelle Witherspoon, and the Gee's Bend Quiltmakers have challenged conventions about the education and display of art - perhaps why they've been overlooked in the canon of art history. As a landmark exhibition opens in London, ‘activist curator' Raina Lampkins-Felder shares why so many artists stayed on their lands, and why last names like Lockett, Bendolph, and Pettway crop up time and again. We travel from plantations and kitchen tables, to yard shows, typically Southern sculpture parks, where artists self-represent and directly communicate with their publics. We hear about the women at the fore of the first Black-owned businesses in the US, what the Freedom Quilting Bee and local churches had to do the Civil Rights Movement and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and how contemporary housetop textiles continue to ‘bend and break' traditions today. Souls Grown Deep like the Rivers: Black Artists from the American South runs at the Royal Academy in London until 18 June 2023. WITH: Raina Lampkins-Felder, Curator at the Souls Grown Deep Foundation. She is the curator of Souls Grown Deep like the Rivers: Black Artists from the American South. ART: Quilts by the Quiltmakers of Gee's Bend. IMAGE: Installation View. PRODUCER: Jelena Sofronijevic. Follow EMPIRE LINES on Twitter: twitter.com/jelsofron/status/1306563558063271936 And Instagram: instagram.com/empirelinespodcast Support EMPIRE LINES on Patreon: patreon.com/empirelines
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Tyler discusses where Notre Dame stands with the ACC on shaky ground plus is the cornerback position a strength for the Irish in 2023?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We sip the coffee and tell the story of John Nosler sitting down with a Springfield 03-A3 to shoot a minute-of-angle at 1,000 yards. With a rifle he had never fired before. Bill Lewis was one of the founding members of the Central Oregon Shooting Sports Association park we call COSSA, a premier gun range located 24 miles east of Bend, Oregon. I worked with Bill Lewis at Nosler Inc. in 1997 and he was a big help in writing the book John Nosler Going Ballistic. Bill's fifth grandfather was the Hudson's Bay Company explorer and surveyor Peter Fidler. Bill is in the process of building a rifle similar to the one his grandfather carried between 1789 and 1820. If you want to support free speech and good hunting content in the Internet Age, look for our coffee and books and wildlife forage blends at https://www.garylewisoutdoors.com/Shop/We recommend our latest book Bob Nosler Born Ballistic. Look for it on our web site and at https://www.nosler.com/products/apparel-gear/books-manuals/books.html Watch select episodes of Frontier Unlimited on our network of affiliates around the U.S. and on Hunt Channel TV or click https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=gary+lewis+outdoors+frontier+unlimited
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Blue and Gold's Tyler Horka talks Notre Dame football, the Irish add a key 2024 EDGE rusher in Loghan Thomas, what is Cubs manager David Ross thinking and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Tuesday's show was just 40 minutes long to South Bend Cubs baseball. We know the start time for the Notre Dame football game versus Navy, an important 2024 EDGE Rusher might pick the Irish tomorrow, Twitter Question of the Day and Sizzler. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Changes are coming to a property on Harlem Road in Richmond, TX. Founding Partners of Meristem Communities, a Houston-based real estate development firm that emphasizes creating places for people, Scott Snodgrass and Clayton Garrett sit down with Em and Aim this week to talk about Indigo, their community project that combines housing and business development in Fort Bend county. Coming to a neighborhood near you in 2024, Scott and Clayton give listeners a heads up on what to expect and why to choose Indigo! --- Get in touch with Scott Snodgrass on LinkedIn Get in touch with Clayton Garrett on LinkedIn Learn more about Meristem Communities Check out Indigo and Indigo Commons Subscribe and leave us a review on Itunes, and visit our Born in the Bend website and Instagram. Born in the Bend is sponsored by Indigo, and is produced and mixed by the team at Speakerbox Media. Keep up with all things Blockhouse Coffee on their website, Facebook, and Instagram, and don't forget to stop by the shop to pick up their signature Blockhouse Blend. Learn more about the Guild on their website, Facebook, and Instagram.
Listening to your inner voice, answering the call from your higher self and giving it time to unfold, can be challenging especially since we live in a society that has a "blueprint" for life. Today Caroline, Owner of Bend Yoga studio talks about the challenges and freedoms that come with being a young 20 something and listening to the inner guidance for carving your own unique path. this episode is not reserved for the 20 something! Any time is a good time to answer the inner call, act on the" ping" and take a step towards what lights you up. In this episode Caroline shares her journey from a PhD program to life as a small business owner and restaurant manager. Caroline will inspire you to stay true to your own unique path . She sheds light on why allowing room to just be and let things unfold will set you on path to your happiest self. Much Love Eileen Retreat Link here ! https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.erikarose.love%2Fselflovealignmentretreat%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR11DoYzlwymJB3WhFRGTMxINQ03Ap3ek1YcDp-DgepgHi28lUewavM--vg&h=AT2o0m1we7xbtu8N_AwZ6wYt0oEKrGPCils0BwOwynB66C1bEfW2QzquzO4jm8wOvKgRJujViws4jk2ZWVTiMe0pxVrl4vb-lFGiPJxmU3JwiSK3bdg6kzK0u5NF23Ytz8JKDeRJLMOxxcXXrbGb&__tn__=-UK-R&c=AT2l2eVR9fM3Sp9z7_dnzKRwMmcvK9syX2KY9yDJKbSyCxzG1SN3-yc0CueXSuQBnwIKvWD6iF-axD4bHE27z_O5zhXOzouIwiGOTgUhKDtlarVCpctbKvieT1gNTwdGSHgcnsbOIOXGtkD0xJiAlegDVT-F7CzK2JPsIUA-q2Fts59-B5YodXsOATJXsocoFbUhhLCgQBi2 also visit Bend studio to find out more about classes, workshops and events! https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjlr6T2-Iv_AhWZEFkFHZwXC5UQFnoECA8QAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.bendstudiori.com%2F&usg=AOvVaw2ds3m-f-YEfOt9rxK1JFvH
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Prince Kollie picks Vanderbilt, Notre Dame football has one of the toughest schedules, Blackthorn's Tim Firestone on his course and the 2023 PGA Championship. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly vintage fashion interview show, with guests you'll want to go thrifting with! For more Pre-Loved Podcast, subscribe to our Patreon! Today's episode is with Denise Wingate, the costume designer behind Daisy Jones & the Six! If you haven't seen it yet – run don't walk, the costuming is fabulous – Daisy Jones & the Six is about the rise and fall of a fictional 1970s rock band, based on the novel, written in rock documentary style, by Taylor Jenkins Reid. A Los Angeles native, Denise began her career designing costumes and touring with none other than The Bangles, before segueing into television costuming. Throughout her career, she's always prioritized working with vintage – and because of her true love for vintage fashion and music history, it's really clear that this project was an ultimate dream role for her. We talk about all this, and the incredible vintage looks in Daisy Jones & the Six, on today's show – let's just dive right in! DISCUSSED IN THE EPISODE: [3:09] Denise moved to Hollywood at 16 and grew up attending new wave shows. [4:28] Denise goes on a world tour with the Bangles, working as their stylist. [8:51] Costume design is about developing a character through clothing, and Denise's process for Daisy Jones & the Six. [13:57] The inspiration for young Daisy Jones was a young Joni Mitchell, young Linda Ronstadt – and then she morphed into Janis Joplin and Stevie Nicks when she becomes a rock star. [14:40] The inspiration for Camila Dunne was a young Ali MacGraw, and then she grows into Bianca Jagger in her rockstar wife era. [14:50] Suki Waterhouse's character, cool-girl keyboardist Karen, was inspired by Patti Smith, Joan Jett, and Suzie Quatro. [15:52] Staying true to fashion moments mentioned in the book, like Daisy's first recording session outfit, or the beaded kaftan she wears in the pool. [18:45] Denise estimates she had to pull about 1,500 looks for this show! [20:15] Her sourcing process for finding special vintage pieces for the show. [23:40] Daisy Jones' coat collection – that choice for the character, and Denise's favorites, including this one that she sourced in Paris. [26:11] Camilla's transformation into Bianca Jagger would not be complete without this leopard print dress from Pickwick Vintage Market. [28:32] Denise found a patchwork leather jacket from Gandalf the Wizard in Long Beach, which she used for Graham Dunne. [30:27] Denise found a North Beach leather whipstitch white suit that Karen wore for the Aurora cover shoot. [31:44] A lot of the jewelry on the show originally belonged to Denise's grandparents, including Daisy's squash blossom necklaces. [32:45] In the 70s, rockstars would have been wearing vintage from the 30s, 40s, and older, so Denise used those kinds of pieces in the show, too. [35:27] Daisy Jones' on-stage persona, and how they used costuming to bring that out. [36:50] The final on-stage look for Daisy Jones was a gold vintage Halston dress that they turned into a cape, and a 1930s crochet metallic dress underneath. [44:55] The beauty and creativity in re-use. [49:17] Shopping estate sales with her son, also a vintage shopper, in New Orleans. EPISODE MENTIONS: Watch Daisy Jones & the Six on Amazon @denise_wingate Daisy Jones & the Six book by Taylor Jenkins Reid Listen to AURORA by Daisy Jones & the Six on Spotify The Bangles on Spotify Rock photographers, Neal Preston Riley Keough as Daisy Jones Camila Morrone as Camila Dunne Suki Waterhouse as Karen Working with Love Melody, who did denim patchwork for Elvis – keep in mind Riley Keough is Elvis' granddaughter! @pickwickvintage Meow Vintage Long Beach Flea Market Sam Clafin as Billy Dunne Out of the Closet Vintage on Hollywood Boro, a beautiful Japanese practice of recycling workwear The Amuse Museum boro collection The Quilts of Gee's Bend @centurygirlvintage LET'S CONNECT:
NEWSKI chats with acclaimed rock podcast "Rock n Roll Bedtime Stories" about how he started, R Kelly encounters, drunkest rock stars, hypnotherapy, and downloading skills onto a microchip in your brain. More on RnR Bedstime Stories: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rock-n-roll-bedtime-stories/id1487577580 More on NEWSKI: www.newskimusic.com NEWSKI TOUR: 5/23 - SEATTLE, WA - Fun House 5/24 - BEND, OR - Old St Francis School 5/25 - PORTLAND, OR - The White Eagle 5/26 - PORT ANGELES, WA - JFFA Festival 6/2- MARSHFIELD, WI - Hub City Days 6/9 - BERWYN (Chicago), IL - Fitzgeralds Outdoors 6/10 - MILWAUKEE, WI - Polish Fest 6/16 - APPLETON, WI - Fox River House 6/17 - SHEBOYGAN, WI - Three Sheeps 6/23 - CEDAR RAPIDS, IA - Newbo City Market 6/30 - BARABOO, WI - Tumbled Rock Brewing 7/1 - MADISON, WI - Terrace at Memorial Union 7/15 - GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Founders 7/16 - THREE OAKS, MI - Acorn Theatre 8/18 - VIROQUA, WI - Fortney Hotel Street Party 8/31 - NORMAL, IL - Make Music Normal 9/15 - GREEN BAY, WI - Badger State Brewing 9/21 - SPRING GREEN, WI - Shitty Barn
Bucket List Adventures, Trips or Destinations. Hog hunts to the Northern Lights; we will have you adding new locations to your wish list or maybe kickstarting you to start planning that next hunting or fishing excursion. We have a fun easy summer meal idea and your Travel headlines too. This is Rebecca Wanner aka BEC and Jeff ‘Tigger' Erhardt with the outdoors radio show & podcast The Bend Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app and YouTube channel to never miss The Bend Show! SPOTLIGHT Spotlight is on Bucket List Vacation Adventures, Trips & Destinations! First off - what is on your bucket list? A recent study done by Fair FX was released with the Top 5 places people have on their Bucket lists. BEC's first question is to our listeners of The Bend, as we need to know if these are "ON" your wish list, and if not, what should be added. Send a Text to 305-900-2363, and we will talk about what OUR LISTENERS feel should be on the Bucket List. From driving the famous Route 66 to a Safari in Africa to seeing the Northern Lights, there are many adventures to be had. Road trip to Fly away to Sail away. This list shared is just the beginning of what may be of most interest to you personally, a trip to share with a friend or a trip of a lifetime with your family. There is much to see, learn and explore. OUTDOORS & TRAVEL NEWS HEADLINES Unique lunch atmosphere - literally. Learn how you can spend three hours on the edge of space, soaring over 15 miles above Earth. While morel mushroom hunting, a young teen is hailed a hero when his much younger sister is kidnapped. The abduction unfollowed fast and thankfully the heroic quick actions of this brother stopped a parent's worst nightmare. The young man using his slingshot stopped the abduction and saved this young girl. Mosquito Repellent. Virginia Tech University has released a new study showing that there is indeed a natural scent that mosquitos will avoid. Cocoanut against Mosquitos, could this be the answer? What have you found that works? The Bend Show wants to hear thoughts, and user results; email firstname.lastname@example.org. FEATURE The winner of the Veteran or Active Military Texas Hog Hunt sponsored by The Bend Show and the nonprofit Over The Edge Outdoors was US Navy Vietnam Veteran, Craig Mergelman of Colorado. BEC and Craig visit about the amazing, "once in a lifetime" trip shared with his wife Lindsay. The story covers the importance of building new friendships and bonds that exceed that will land a hog hunt or other adventure, to be added to your bucket list in the future. Hear how nature heals more than one can imagine. Hear how you can make a difference. Hear how you can take action to become a better person, live a life of purpose and appreciate the time you have with the people that matter. Texas Wild Hog we learn is delicious. A simple recipe for the smoker on how to cook a feral pig or wild hog is shared. The enjoyment of hunting is more than harvesting an animal, it is the journey that goes along with, and the memories made. FOOD BEC's Barrel of the Good Stuff A story has been making headlines across the nation and BEC shares her 2 cents on how this easy family meal idea is one we really ALL should do. Backstory: A mother of a very large family became a viral sensation after throwing her family a “Nacho Pool Party” - YES you heard right. NACHOs as in chips, cheese, queso, and all the fixings! There were A LOT of haters on social media heckling this mom. AND for those that know BEC, she saw this as a BRILLIANT idea. This is what mom, Alicia Dougherty did. Dougherty took a child kiddie pool, washed it thoroughly, then filled it with Tex-Mex Nachos, Tortilla chips, covered in cheese meat, veggies, and sour cream. The ultimate Nacho platter as the woman than served her entire family directly from that Unusually Large Bowl.. aka Kiddie Pool. The answer to "What to cook?" or "What to make?" for your next “Night To Cook” at the annual camping trip, family reunion or summer gathering has been answered. Nacho Anyone? Who would not enjoy digging into THAT masterpiece! Save Time. Save Money. AND Guaranteed to be Rememberable. Checks All The Boxes this easy recipe! HUNTING DOGS A dog, co-owned by country music artist, Tim McGraw, won the New Breed category at the Westminster Dog Show this month. The dog is an Italian hunting breed, called Bracco Iltaiano, who loves everyone but needs a job such as hunting that keeps this dog breed busy . McGraw and his wife Faith Hill have owned several Bracco Iltianos over the years, sharing posts from time to time on social media. Over The Edge Outdoors (Nonprofit) This non-profit organization uses the healing power of nature and the outdoors. Their mission after having already sacrificed protecting our great nations is to now work to forge genuine and meaningful friendships between active military, soldiers and veterans as well these their families. Learn more about this great nonprofit organization and its mission; OverTheEdgeOutdoors.org. Field Reports or Comments Call or Text your questions, comments and Field Reports: 305-900-BEND or 305-900-2363 Or email BendRadioShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @thebendshow SUBSCRIBE to The Bend YouTube Channel. Website: TheBendShow.com #catchBECifyoucan #tiggerandbec #outdoors #travel The Outdoors, Rural America And Conservation are Center-Stage. AND how is that? Because Tigger & BEC... Live This Outdoor Life. Tigger & BEC appreciate all aspects along the field & stream, wildlife photography, and traveling the backcountry and backroads across the world. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com
What do we do when the circumstances in our lives that are beyond our control contribute to the excessive bending in our lives? What do we do when our situations cause us to break under the unbearable pain, hurt, or loss? There is a way to hold onto our hope and our faith in God when we encounter the biggest troubles this world could throw at us, but it all depends on what we are anchored to.Subscribe to stay up-to-date on all things Northpoint!Thank you for giving to support Northpoint: https://www.npaustin.com/giveSTAY CONNECTED:Website: https://npaustin.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/experiencenorthpoint/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/northpoint_ch/#NorthpointAustin #Jesus #BuckGiebelhaus #stress #burden #soul #churchonline #inspiration #faith #savior #freedom #Northpoint #fulllife #2023 #church #distraction #priorities
Ditch Digger CEO with Gary Rabine
Download Gary's 13 Keys to Creating a Multi-Million Dollar Business from https://www.DitchDiggerCEO.com/ Daniel Epstein (http://unreasonablegroup.com/), the Founder and CEO of Unreasonable Group. Daniel shares his long journey of building his portfolio of companies and supporting over 200 entrepreneurs who have raised more than $4B in financing, generated over $3B in revenue, and are impacting the lives of more than 400M individuals across 180+ countries. In this episode Gary Rabine and Daniel Epstein discuss: 1. Finding Your Passion and Building a Business Around It 2. Using Entrepreneurship to Bend History In The Right Direction 3. The Importance of Humility in Achieving Greatness 4. The Power of Partnerships in Scaling a Business https://www.linkedin.com/in/unreasonably/ https://twitter.com/unreasonable https://twitter.com/DanielEpstein_ http://unreasonablegroup.com/ Connect with Gary Rabine and DDCEO on: Website: https://www.DitchDiggerCEO.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DitchDiggerCEO TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ditchdiggerceopodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DitchDiggerCEO Twitter: https://twitter.com/DitchDiggerCEO YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ditchdiggerceo