Las Vegas is on everyone's mind who follows the world of Division I wrestling and that also means me. There's a bunch of Vegas-related content in the newsletter today, so again, you can find out how to get that daily at the end of the show. I was on the mic Thursday here in the Twin Cities - more on that in a bit, this is Short Time Shots, a look at the day's results in and around college wrestling. Right now, if you hear any banging around, it's because I'm getting a new furnace installed this morning. Yup. Thankfully before it his absolute zero here this winter. Our installer used to wrestle, too. Links: Did you know you can find all the D1 dual meet scores and links to their results at collegewrestlingscoreboard.com AND I've added another redirect to help you follow all the tournaments from every division at collegewrestlingtournaments.com. As to the aforementioned Minnesota match, Division III's top-ranked team, Augsburg, blanked No. 25 Loras 46-0 at Si Melby Hall. Augsburg won four matchups between ranked wrestlers, including returning national champion Sam Stuhl earning an 11-2 major decision over No. 13 Jalen Schropp at 141 pounds. Top-ranked heavyweight Tyler Kim and 184-pounder Bentley Schwanebeck-Ostermann picked big bonus victories - Kim with the fall and BSO (his name is too long to keep repeating) with the tech. Other scores around Division III saw Carthage beat Elmhurst 29-15, and Central, that's it, just Central, pushed past Augustana (Ill.) 36-9. UW-Stevens Point trounced UW-Oshkoh (B'Gosh) 40-18. Augustana did beat Simpson (Iowa) The only Division I match of the night featured a pair of transitional programs as Bellarmine heads out to Missouri and beat Lindenwood 35-7. There were some exciting duals in Division II, including Kutztown winning the last five bouts to pull away past Seton Hill 34-15. Both of Kutztown's ranked wrestlers - No. 11 Dalton Gimbor at 165 and third-ranked Matthew Weinberg at 184 - won. Gimbor beat Kane Kettering while Weinberg picked up a forfeit. I hate forfeit. Millersville beat East Stroudsburg 23-19. Colorado School of Mines won the last six weights to top New Mexico Highlands 31-13. Colorado Mesa beat rival Western Colorado 24-17. Davenport beat NAIA Cleary 37-12. Down south, Coker blanked Bluefield State (that's in West Virginia), while Belmont Abbey beat Emory & Henry 48-3. Emory & Henry is transitioning from Division III to Division II. In the NAIA, Ottawa beat Avila 35-13. On the women's side, Grand View beat Central Methodist 27-18, Cedar Crest beat Alvernia 32-16 in the school's first ever home women's wrestling dual. Sioux Falls new women's program improved to 2-0 with a win over Minot State 39-13 and Lock Haven beat Elmira 35-12. Subscribe, for free, to my Daily Wrestling News. Get it for free at mattalkonline.com/news, sign up free today. That's as always, delivered by our longtime friends at Resilite.
Olivia Rodrigo lanza el videoclip de 'Can't Catch me now' para la BSO de la película. Confirmado: Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band anuncian un segundo concierto en Barcelona en 2024. Andy y Lucas anuncian su separación en prime-time. Muere el cantante de reggaeton Alexio La Bruja, conocido por temas como 'Tumba La Casa'. Gana una experiencia VIP para conocer a Arcángel y escuchar su nuevo disco en exclusiva con LOS40 Urban. ¿Cómo son Dani Fernández, Papi Gavi, Soge Culebra, Beret y Mar Lucas de fiesta?
Tomorrow will mark 100 years since tenor soloist Roland Hayes sang at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. It was the first time a Black performer at appeared in front of the BSO. We learn more about his legacy and what it means for classical music today.
Bienvenidos al podcast de Zona Negativa. De tanto en cuanto, solemos traer a este espacio grandes series del cómic europeo. Si retrocedéis en el tiempo, una tónica habitual en el programa de hoy, podréis oírnos hablar sobre Astérix, Blueberry, Spirou o Tintin. Sin embargo, todavía teníamos asuntos pendientes que tratar, y hemos decidió ponernos manos a la obra para que dicha lista mengue un poquito. Acompañadnos, pues, en un viaje intergaláctico cargado de aventuras, ciencia-ficción, fantasía y diversión. Valerian es un clásico del mundo de las viñetas y, como tal, le dedicamos este especial en el cual repasaremos todas sus obras, hablaremos de sus creadores, veremos cómo de importante ha sido la obra dentro del género y acabaremos abordando su adaptación cinematográfica. Colaboradores: Diego García Rouco, Tristan Cardona y Sergio Fernández Atienza Suscríbete a nuestro podcast en... iVoox - https://bit.ly/znpivoox Spotify - https://bit.ly/znpspo Apple Podcasts - http://bit.ly/znpapple Google Podcast - http://bit.ly/znpgoogle Y búscanos en tu app de podcast favorita. Música de entrada y salida: "IkouZe ! - acoustic" de Sumashu - https://bit.ly/ZNPintro Música de intermedio: "Space Oddity" de David Bowie - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYYRH4apXDo Música de publicidad: "Main Title", BSO de Alien - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc94TrMnwaw Para estar al día de todo el mundo del cómic y sus galaxias cercanas, ¡visita Zona Negativa!
Tu programa de cine en Radio Kras: Actualidad cinéfaga, los estrenos, la taquilla, las noticias y nuestras recomendaciones, también seriéfilas. Clásicos No Tan Populares (HAPPINESS · 1998); Cara B (LÁGRIMAS 'NATSIS') y nuestra BSO con canciones extraídas de la película "RADIO ENCUBIERTA".
Min 4. EL FILTRO LUCHINI Llega la última y gran apuesta del universo Marvel y lo hace en femenino. La capitana Marvel (Brie Larson) coge las riendas para liderar otra aventura galáctica que ha provocado acordes y desacuerdos entre nuestros críticos filtradores. Alberto Luchini salió decepcionado de la proyección y nos cuenta porqué, en su opinión, está por debajo de su predecesor, “Capitana Marvel”. Raquel Hernández, por el contrario, se revuelve desde Hobby Consolas para defender las mejoras que encontraremos en una segunda entrega orientada sin tapujos al público juvenil. Min 15: “UN AMOR”: Coixet se venga del machismo Después de convertirse en una de las sensaciones del Festival de San Sebastián, el último trabajo de Isabel Coixet llega a las salas comerciales con un título engañoso. “Un amor” es la traslación a la pantalla de la novela homónima de Sara Mesa, que coloca a una mujer (Laia Costa) en un pueblo de la España profunda en el que tendrá que afrontar toda suerte de actitudes machistas y hostiles. Min 25: EL FAVOR Si Coixet abre el debate y pone el dedo en la llaga, Juana Macías firma la comedia desengrasante de la semana. “El favor” es una vuelta de tuerca a las situaciones derivadas de herencias familiares a las que aquí ponen rostro Inma Cuesta, Sara Sálam, Pere Ponce o Gonzalo de Castro. Min 27: EL MAESTRO QUE PROMETIÓ EL MAR Y es otra mujer cineasta, la recién premiada Patricia Font, la que pone el dedo en la llaga de la memoria histórica en “El maestro que prometió el mar”, una nostálgica revisión de otro de los dramas reales que se cobró la Guerra Civil española. Un impecable Enric Auquer da vida a uno de los maestros republicanos que desapareció tras dar una lección de vida y valores a los alumnos de un pequeño pueblo de Burgos. Min 36: ESPECIAL BSO. EL RETO 5 ESTRELLAS DE ROBERTO LANCHA Y como broche, en el diván de las bandas sonoras, más allá del tiempo, del espacio y de las modas, vuelve a sonar música de altos vuelos con el reto que Roberto Lancha le lanzó a Ángel Luque tras el primer especial BSO 5 estrellas de Estamos de Cine. Sin avisar y sin dar pistas, el director de Estamos de Cine lanza a las ondas cinco propuestas musicales que cree merecedoras de la máximo calificación. Pero ¿Qué dirá nuestro experto en música de cine? Ángel Luque abre sus oídos para decidir si la propuesta de Lancha es la cuadratura del círculo o se queda rozando el palo. ¿Y tú? ¿Te parece una selección cinco estrellas la que te traemos hoy para acabar este nuevo capítulo?
On this episode of Shop Talk with the Sheriff, I sit down with Manuel (Manny) Mair, founder of One To One Fitness. Listen in as we discuss Manny's passion for fitness and how he has used it to help others. Through his Soldier Rush obstacle events, Manny raises money for first responders, veterans and their families. You won't want to miss his inspiring stories. Tune in and be sure to subscribe, share this episode with a friend and follow @bsosherifftony on Instagram to keep up with the latest BSO news between podcast episodes.
We get it — when it comes to your practice's IT, it can all get a little confusing. That's where Darkhorse comes in. With a laser focus on serving dental practices of all shapes and sizes, they are here to roll up their sleeves and tackle your IT needs, no matter how complex. Our listeners get their first 30 days FREE, so start your journey with Darkhorse today: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/darkhorse-deal/Guest: Brady FrankBusiness Name: Freedom Dental PartnersCheck out Brady's Media:Website: https://freedomdentalpartners.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Frank's Book DDSO Strategies: https://www.ddsostrategiesbook.com/ddso-bookDr. Frank's Free Real Estate Valuation: https://freedomdentalpartners.com/reOther Mentions and Links:Marquette UniversityRick WorkmanHeartland DentalPacific Dental ServicesAspen DentalREIT - Real Estate Investment TrustRick KushnerComfort DentalT. Harv EkerEscrowRE/MAXBlockbusterFixer Upper - Chip and Joanna GainesBRRRR (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat)Bank of AmericaCostcoHost: Michael AriasWebsite: The Dental Marketer Join my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyMy Key Takeaways:Why is it best to partner with other dentists and entrepreneurs?What makes a practice ready to sell at a profit?What is the current landscape of real estate and how does this affect the dental industry?How to maximize your ROI when purchasing a practice space.How to get into the cost to benefit mindset and spot a good deal.Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes! [Click here to leave a review on iTunes]p.s. Some links are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. Please understand that we have experience with these products/ company, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions we make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend any money unless you feel you need them or that they will help you with your goals.Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Michael: This is the dental marketer the podcast where we teach you how to effectively market and grow your dental practice My name is michael arias and my mission is to help you the practice owner attract new patients immediately And effectively market and grow your business so you can become the go to dental practice in your community Now, what is one of the best ways to grow wealth in the dental industry?Well, The answer, my friends, may surprise you. And we've got just the expert to break it all down for us. We're sitting down with Dr. Brady Frank, a third generation dentist who has not only carved out a successful career in dentistry, but has also ventured into the world of entrepreneurship. Invention and thought leadership.Now, Brady's journey is one filled with hard earned wisdom and expertise in various facets of the dental industry. So in this episode, we'll be exploring some key points that could revolutionize your understanding of wealth growth in the dental field. So grab a notepad because you won't want to miss this.First up, what we're going to be talking about is why it's often best to partner with other dentists and entrepreneurs, and Brady will shed light. On the advantages of opportunities that come with collaboration. Next we'll explore what makes a dental practice ready to sell at a profit. Now this is vital information for anyone looking to maximize their returns in the industry.And then we'll delve into the current landscape of real estate and how it affects the dental industry. Real estate is a crucial component of any dental practice and understanding the market dynamics. Is key. And then we're also going to learn how to maximize your return on investment when purchasing a practice space and Brady will share strategies to make your investment work smarter, not harder.And then finally, we'll discuss the cost to benefit mindset and how to spot a good deal in the dental industry. This financial perspective is essential for anyone aiming to achieve financial success. And Brady's extensive knowledge and experience in the dental industry, entrepreneurship, and real estate make him the perfect guide Through these topics.mean, He's not only a successful practitioner, but also a mentor and author, and he has co founded Freedom Dental Partners, a platform that brings his expertise to others. So if you're looking to grow your wealth, this episode is tailor made for you. And one critical question I wanted to ask you.What could your practice achieve if every technological aspect worked flawlessly? I mean, Have you ever thought about what your dental practice could achieve if tech headaches were a thing of the past? Well, sTick around for after the interview because I have something just for you. But for now, let's dive in with Dr.Brady Frank. Brady. How's it going? Brady: Doing great. Michael. So excited to be on your podcast now, Michael: man. We're excited to have you. If you can, give us a little bit of a rundown of your past, your present. How'd you get to where you are today?Brady: great question. I, uh, back in 1999, which means I'm an old guy, right? I, uh, I had a wrist injury in dental school. Um, they told me I wouldn't be able to practice dentistry. So I checked out a bunch of books at the Marquette Dental School Library, realized I'd probably have to own practices, but not practice in them to make a living and put two practices under contract as a senior in dental school, bought the building, Buildings and practices ended up owning seven practices in the first five years had 28 different associates and, um, made pretty much every mistake back in the early two thousands and really just got deeper and deeper into group practice than DSOs real estate ended up.having a bunch of patents in dental implants manufactured around the world and, uh, really had a big focus on implants through there and where I am today is really just helping dentist groups expand and kind of get to the next level in dentistry. Wow, man. Michael: So you did a lot. So then real quick, when it came to owning the practices and at the same time working with many associates and team members and everything like that, what were some of the If you can recall major mistakes that you felt like if only we did small pivots, it could have, could have made a huge Brady: difference.Yeah, so early on, um, I'd say the first decade of me owning group practices and other practices in real estate, I'll get my mistakes on the practice side and on the real estate side. On the practice side, I didn't create alignment. Or shared ownership or partnership or whatever we want to call it with the doctors in the practice.I just had them as associates or employees. And so that was probably my biggest mistake early. I ended up selling those practices to the doctors, But I could have created much larger groups with shared interests, with shared equity. And I just didn't understand that back then. Uh, my biggest mistake in real estate was.Probably just not buying enough real estate. I buy tons of real estate. Now I'm, I got 62 properties going to closing. the founder of Heartland, uh, Rick Workman, he's made billions of dollars on his DSO, but more billions on real estate and 80 percent less time with 80 percent less effort, Pacific dental services, they won't sell to private equity right now.Because they're doing so well in real estate. Aspen, another big BSO, they develop almost all of their own buildings, and then they sell them to REITs, and that's how they capitalize their growth. Rick Kushner, of Comfort Dental, was at a meeting at Marquette Dental School, my alma mater, and my friend organized it, and he said, he said, Rick, why, you've got, you know, 400 partners, all these locations, why are you still doing this?He said there's a secret, it's about real estate. So I didn't really leverage real estate to the full extent my first decade, but this last decade I've, made more money in real estate than group practices and I've done a, been very well with group practices. So that's where most of my teaching is and that's where I share on how to really crank it out with real estate and not make the mistakes that I did my first decade in Michael: it.Gotcha. Okay. So then real estate is primarily what you're teaching right now. Brady: So I would say my primary teaching is how dentists can expand like I did using real estate profits. To fund their expansion. Don't go to banks, don't get in debt. Go. Don't go to private equity. Mm-Hmm Use real estate profits to fund your expansion.So I mainly teach that, but what I also do is take doctors who have done very well and I clump them together. in dentist owned DSOs. In fact, I wrote a book about it, The DSO Strategy, Dentist Owned DSO Strategies. And I might just kind of look back a graph. I'll pull the page out, make it easier. This is kind of groups getting together.Forming one entity and getting a much higher multiple of sale. So I basically helped docs early, early, our team, I should say, uh, helps docs early phase growth, use real estate to fund their expansion. And then once they've gotten to a certain size. 368 12 locations, how to merge with other successful dentists and get a much higher valuation and then make a bunch of money and do it all over again, basically, and own a bunch of real estate through the process.So that's kind of my main thing is teaching on DSOs, MSOs, and then how that works with real estate and how it fits in with expansion. The reason 80 percent of my teaching is there is because real estate is actually really a simple investment. and so just a lot of my teaching is on the other stuff.And then the real estate kind of becomes the bedrock or the foundation of all the other components. Michael: can you give us like right now, like a step by step system or process on how to use real estate profits? Brady: Yeah. So going back to my mistakes early on, I would buy a building, a dental building. I would hold it for anywhere from three to 10 years and then I would sell it.During that time period that I held it, I had cash flow. And when I sold it, I got a big chunk of money. And someone said something, Canadian entrepreneur who did really well. His name's T Harv Ecker. And he said this in one of his seminars. Um, I've never made as much money operating a business. As I have selling a business and he said, same with real estate.And at that time I realized the longer I held on to a piece of real estate the more time I had into it. The more I had to manage that property, yes, I got monthly cash flow. But at the end of the day, you have to, as a dentist, you're at the top tax bracket, you've got to pay full taxes on that money.So the timeframe with which I held properties that I bought, went from three to 10 years down to like two or three years. Because of capital gains, you have to hold it over here. But then it got down to like a year and now in many cases, it's down to three hours, like literally I'll put a property under contract, I'll find a buyer.I'll get it filled and I won't even close on it. I'll close it, but I'll own it for three hours that the buyer comes in, might put 20 million into the escrow company, pay off the seller with 5 million of it, have 20 million of profit. and one of my mistakes was I did real estate alone without partnerships early on when you do big projects, you need partners, other people to go into the building with their businesses, and then we share the profits.so I would say that I used to do things. Solo, like I can do this. I'm entrepreneur. I can employ the dentist, right? I'll be the guy and I used to have kind of I didn't think so, but other people thought that I thought I was always right like 20 years ago But maybe looking back I did feel like I was right and I had to follow my face a few times to realize Oh, man, there's so many people smarter than I am.Let me be mentored by some of these billionaires who've done really well And since that time, I've done a lot more partnerships, a lot more collaborative work, and you know, I try to always believe, hey, if this is the amount of knowledge out there, hey, Brady, you're right here. So don't think of yourself as someone with all the answers.Realize that you're going to learn from each person that, that is an expert in that subject matter. And so, with real estate. I've focused less on buy and hold, more on flipping it, just like the big, the biggest, most successful DSOs and healthcare groups do. And then I have not, I've decided to do it in partnership with others, uh, rather than just trying to do it myself.So much more leverage with other people's time, other people's money, other people's Business growth. so that's where I am today is mainly doing collaborative work, partnering with a lot of different doctors, hundreds of them. and really, I'm adding value to others, helping them not go through the mistakes.I have and both real estate and growing groups too. Michael: Got, okay. So then if we wanted to right now use real estate profits, what are the first steps? Let's just say right now, okay. You know what? I do wanna do this. I do want to do that flip that you mentioned, or you know what I mean? I'm looking to acquire another practice, but I don't know if I should just expand it and keep it, or.What are the steps for Brady: this? Yeah. Um, there's kind of two categories of real estate. One category you already own it and you're figuring out what, what's, what's the best thing I can do with this asset, buy and hold it, sell it and get it, get a bunch of liquidity, pay off a bunch of my debt and then also real estate that you don't own yet.I'll go over both of those, really quickly. the first one with real estate that you do own, you would be like me, 10 years ago, buying it, holding it, getting some cash flow, paying on your debts. Right. And then having this big payday someday, whenever you sell it, I realized that entrepreneurs, which I think most of the people listening to this are are going to do a lot better.reducing their debt, getting a bunch of cash in their bank and doing more stuff than playing the 10 year game with that, real estate. So if you own a piece of real estate, I encourage you. And if you want, I can, um, even give a link to a software that shows you how much the value of your current property is.Yeah. I would encourage you to, to, look at what would life look like if I sold some or all of my real estate, what would I do with that cash? What would life look like with less debt and could I expand my practice or practices, um, in my main business? So, so that's number one. Number two is for those that also are like, Hey, I own real estate.I like it. I'd love to see what that looks like. If I had a liquidity event there, paid off debt, you know, use that to buy more locations. But I'd also like to know, all right, Brady, what does it look like? Buying real estate for the sole purpose of having a massive game, right? And so here's the strategy with that and we can come back into that later and I saw you nod your head I can I can do a qr code I'll hold it up in front of the screen or we can put it in the in the chat and you'll you can plug your Building information.It'll spit out of value. It's pretty awesome software. so the other component is, Hey, I don't own real estate. how do you make the most in real estate? So most dentists think that if I build a dental building and sell it, Hey, I built it starting to make a profit right now because of inflation, it costs on average 420 bucks a foot to build a dental building with the land and everything.420 bucks a foot. The buildings that I buy, I never pay over a hundred dollars a foot. Never. It's 30 bucks to 80 bucks a foot. and they call that, that's way below replacement cost. Meaning, if you were to build that today, it cost you 400 percent more. So here is why we're able to do that.The office and retail markets of real estate Started going down because there were more vacancies because e commerce Amazon went out there and no one, you know what I mean? People weren't buying designer jeans. So that affected then COVID hit and a lot of businesses went virtual. Another big hit to the commercial real estate markets.And now we've got AI that is supposed to replace 62 percent of task related jobs within three to five years, which means more of a hit to real estate. interest rates are higher now. So whenever interest rates go up, real estate market goes down. The only shining light in real estate right now is the healthcare real estate market.Anything backed with a dental lease or a healthcare lease. that real estate is skyrocketing. Office and retail is going way down. And that arbitrage is where we're playing. So we buy a building that's vacant, without any tenants. Dirt cheap. You move your business into there, just like Aspen does, or Heartland, or one of the others.Once you move your business into there, the building is now occupied. Okay. And, um, the software that I'll share, it actually picks out all these vacant buildings that you can choose from around America. Is that crazy? Yeah, that is cool. Yeah. So, so basically you could, and it matches it up. It's the AI component isn't complete yet, but the AI component watching match your, what you plug in to the buildings that are available.through 20 different databases of buildings, right? So it picks all these on loop net with a remax, all these, and it finds all those buildings, even the ones that are off market at auctions. Okay. So then you're, so then you make an offer on that building and an ideal world, it would already have a build out that is actually fits a dental practice.Like I did a, I bought a med spa for five 75, put a 15 operatory in there. Sold the building for 2. 4 million, like a year or two later. And that practice was a DeNovo, a startup. It did 503, 000 the first month. Cause I used partner dentists. And one month later I bought a strip mall, vacant strip mall and had a blockbuster in there that was gone.If you remember blockbuster. Yeah. Yeah. Blockbuster gone. Right. it had a blimpy sobs gone and some drive through coffee thing. And it was near a hospital. It had an oral surgeon near it, an endodontist. I bought it for 330 grand 10, 000 square feet. The seller was a physician because there was a hospital nearby.He said, I'll sell it to you. But only if you give me 10 percent down, cause I want the cashflow on the 330 grand. So I put 33 grand into it and then the rest was seller financing. And I sold that about two years later for just a little over 2. 4 million. Right. That was a thousand percent return and the tenants paid for their build outs in there.Right. so those buildings, those vacant buildings, that massive arbitrage of profit, that is what you can use to expand your business. So in that group that I owned in Southern Oregon grew from zero to eight million in less than four years. The group ended up having an eight figure exit with the DSO. And I grew that based on profits from real estate. Not only did I pay cash for everything. equipment, any build out stuff, but I actually had millions of dollars left over just on that arbitrage, buying real estate really low and selling it at market value, which happens to be really high compared to what you buy it for.So the key is, is this, Michael, Buying buildings dirt cheap that are perfect for dental practices or other health care and then occupying them with a practice, your new practice, a de novo, or moving an acquisition into there, like a merger from a three op guy into there. And then once you are occupying that building.The lease rate is what dictates the value. And then there's a whole world of buyers out there who buy real estate based on cashflow. Very easy to sell these for market value, but here's the deal. Nobody wants a vacant building. So owner users like us, Dennis are in a powerful position to occupy the building that we buy.And then basically flip that building, realize the profits. And, and, and the main point is the less and less time that you own the building from 10 years, all the way down to three hours, the greater your returns on an hourly rate, right? Meaning that profit explodes when you sell it.If you wait 10 years to sell it, you amortize your profit when you sell it all the way back over 10 years, incrementally per hour, your profit on that property is very low. Whereas if you buy a property and sell it a year later, right? Incrementally every hour you've owned that property is monetized based on the sale price.so that is in general kind of what I've done with real estate and we're in a great time right now. So much vacant dirt cheap real estate and so much opportunity. dentistry is exploding. Great opportunity for groups to expand and use real estate as their tool. Okay. Michael: Interesting. So how, I guess through all that, how easy is it to occupy one of these vacant buildings?Brady: So in some buildings, are very, set up for dental. Like that med spa that I bought and put 15 ops in it. Yeah, they had massage rooms. I just dropped dental chairs in each room. Very, very inexpensive. They had a waiting room already. It was gorgeous facility. very low, low, low costs for build out.The, um, strip mall that I had bought at that time, which kind of started this process for me of DeNovo's and real estate. Um, was a big open space and blockbuster and that took an actual build out inside. So that cost 400, 500 grand now, uh, bought the building for three 30 sold it for 2. 4 million, right? So even after 400, 000 in a buildout, that's still close to 2 million in profit, still worth it.But basically the buildings that you choose that are better suited to fit dental, the less you'll spend on TIs and the more retained profits you'll have, which can go into your retirement account. Which can pay off student debt, which can go into buying more practices, right? And recycle that. so, yeah, there is a kind of an art to that and the software really, uh, kind of, uh.Dovetails into what existing buildups look like you can kind of see what those look like and all that good stuff Michael: gotcha, and so you bought the You started this process without getting a loan from the bank or anything like that to be like, hey I'm going to expand I want to do this you you did it from your own Brady: or yes so so what happened is that was this was in 2010, which is 13, 14 years ago that I started this de novo and real estate component.But before then I already sold a couple of groups, owned other real estate, sold it. So I was doing well. So I just self funded. I didn't use debt. I just bought these properties and then occupied them and added other tenants to them, the strip mall. I had a chiropractor and a blood lab. got it 100 percent occupied and sold it to a 1031 buyer.Um, so for those that are like, Hey, have to take on debt and do that. So we have a big family office network. So doctors don't have to come up with money on the front end. They can be a tenant partner. In these projects, right? our team at Freedom, uh, Dental Partners, we've got a team that just teaches how to do the stuff.in fact, several of the projects of the 62 buildings going to closing right now are, are just that. One guy is a guy named Kevin up in Chicago. I actually partnered on this building to buy it. we bought it for two million and we're selling it for five million, right? Just a little bit of time later It's got 20 000 square feet.It's got a total of 40 dental laboratories in it Yeah, it's got perio and oral surgery and He's putting a big implant practice there and we're kind of teaming up on that. so not like you have to pay dirt cheap for them. I mean, you can pay two million for a building and still make three million dollars on it.So, so we do a lot of those, those as well. Michael: Okay. And then how, right now, if someone wants to sell, what should they do? What's like your recommendation if they're like, okay, I'm looking to sell. They know the common most way to sell. Right. Yep. Yeah. What are your recommendations? Brady: Yeah. So first of all, I would kind of assess your building.what is the, the value look like? And, I don't know if a lot of folks watch yours via video or it's audio, but do you mind if I share my screen and I can kind of... Yeah, Michael: Yeah. And if anybody right now, if you're listening, uh, definitely go in the show notes below and watch the video version of, especially of this portion Brady: right now.Yeah. And I'll just kind of go with this. There it is. So I just spoke, I don't know if anyone gets dental economics. I'm sure you get that magazine. And, uh, I've written a bunch of articles in there and they invited me to speak again in, in Las Vegas and this QR code, Freedom Dental Partners forward slash RE. So if you can't see it, it's just freedom dental partners. com forward slash RE. basically you just plug in, uh, the data on your building and we've got a whole team that basically figures out what the value is based on a few important factors.And those factors are your lease rate or what your lease rate could be. Um, the ability to have a corporate guarantee on the building, and then we work with several multi billion dollar REITs that then basically are buying a lot of the properties we put together, and we know the value of that. So we can, we'll email you back the value, um, it doesn't cost you anything obviously for that, but it's another example of how dentists can partner together to get higher value, because the average value a dentist can receive from selling their building as part of a group of other dental buildings is about 35 percent higher.So if a building is worth 500 grand on its own with these other factors, you're making whatever that is. So So that's that I'll unshare right now, but happy for anyone to use that resource and we had a bunch of people use that at the dental economics event and get back their values on their buildings and how that all works and with an explanation.But anyway, yeah, so that's that's Michael for those that already own their building that want to, you know, have some profit event from the real estate they own. But the biggest, I will say, the biggest profits are in taking these buildings, finding, you know, the ones that are easily, moved into a dental practice component, and then being able to turn those buildings, have a profit, and operate your dental practice there, and effectively expand without any debt and actually making money while you're expanding.Michael: Yeah. Okay. Okay. And I know, um, I guess, how do you know if a building is perfect? Because I think if you want something bad enough, you kind of can convince yourself like, this is perfect. But if Brady were to walk in there, you can tell us like, man, Michael, this is not perfect at all. This is, this is not a good building.So how can Brady: we tell? Yeah, yeah. So, so I look at it from, um, kind of an investment. Objective. If someone's going to do, let's say it's your second practice or your third or your 10th, you almost have to look up, look at it as a cost to benefit ratio. So I really don't look at any buildings or recommend any dentist look at a building unless they can make at least a half million dollars.if you can buy it and some of your costs are going to be X and you can still make a half million dollars. That's a great deal because now what you're doing is you're kind of getting your dental practice expansion going along for the ride But you're also being a real estate investor And and I think we all know that the majority of the world's wealth was gained or is held In real estate and and what we're doing here really is taking a undervalued asset class office and retail In our market today and just converting it to Basically healthcare, which dental fits in that mix, which is the most highly valued real estate right now.it's no different than I think Chip and Joanne Gaines that buy a house, fix it up and sell it for more. It's just a lot easier and more lucrative in this market right now because we can buy vacant buildings for such a low price. And sell them for such a high price. Michael: So this is kind of like, I've heard of this method.It's like the BRRR method, kind of like that BRRR method where you buy, right? Like rehab, refinance. Yeah, Brady: it totally is. So Michael, we should delve into that a little bit because I'm sure people don't know the acronym. Buy rehab, rent, refinance. So that's what it is. Now, here's the big cool part about it. Okay, we buy these vacant buildings, right? Rehab, well, you're gonna put your business in there or you might go with a bunch of other businesses and do it in partnership Which is some of my favorite way of doing it more profits than that offer.Okay, rent Your practice is gonna be renting it, right? Refi. Now there used to be a trend where, hey, I'll pull that money out and I'll just stack up my debt and keep getting more and more debt. and so I used to do that and I realized that the more debt that I had, The less I felt like I could go out there and pursue entrepreneurial stuff because I had a lot of debt.You know what I mean? Yeah. so the only difference is buy rehab rent and it's yourself as part of the tenant mix your, your own tenant. And then instead of refinancing, just selling, making a bunch of money, not having debt. And now you can focus on being productive, being an entrepreneur, and not kind of stacking up your debt as you go, even though refinancing is still a option in many cases.Michael: Yeah. Yeah, you're right. Okay. So yeah, it's buy, rehab, rent, refinance, and then repeat. Brady: Yeah. Yeah. and with these, this model. Absolutely. So, so the key is you need to know how to do a startup profitably. And with Freedom Dental Partners, we are launching a course very soon on how I just in Novos and grew from zero to 8 million.One was an acquisition, but three De Novos, zero to 8 million, no PPOs, believe it or not. Wow. How to, yeah. How for to market for that, how to add partners. How to get them off the ground, you know, most people say, Oh, you'll, you'll be profitable in two years. My first month on the second location did 503, 000 with 210 grand of profit, the first month, and that was that med spa.so I'm putting a program together that folks can follow a free program just to go over how that worked. then we got a done with you component where we can have our, four recruiters where you can recruit. a junior partner, who's gonna be there, how does the marketing tie in, you know, is there an implant bent to the practice, all that good stuff, but yeah, it, it, really.The de novo or startup fits in with the real estate strategy, unless you're going to merge an older docs practice into there. Um, but I found any money that you would have spent on that acquisition. If you just spend that on marketing and you know how many patients per dollar you're spending coming in is, and especially with your techniques, Michael, to have a team that's going to Costco and going to these bricks and mortar places around town doing lunch and It's an incredible way to build grassroots around that.And once you hit, once you at least break even on that, you know, if you follow the plan really well, you, you know, profit the first month, but let's say it takes you six months to break even. Great. Now you've got an incredible asset, you made money on the front end, and now you're going and doing another one of these things and you're literally growing without SBA loans. of America, right? Without needing to be backed by private equity. And when you do sell your group, now it's just all cash to you, right? You don't have to pay off debt and then have a profit. you're growing without debt. And, and I found you grow faster and you take more risks with your growth when you got money in the bank and you don't have debt.Then it's like, Oh, I can do this. Let's try this. Hey, it's no big deal if I try that. And, and those that have the freedom to try new things, And to get kind of aggressive in business, they're the ones that usually win because they're actually trying new things. hitting a single, a double, a homerun.Oh shoot, maybe they didn't do very well on this one, but it didn't affect them. So yeah. So anyway. Michael: No. Yeah. That's interesting. And then I think that's the tricky part there Brady. It's like, cause it sounds, I mean, to me at least it sounds easy, like, okay, let's be profitable. And then we can sell, right? But I feel like a lot of, um, especially like, you know, startups and acquisitions, they kind of get stuck in there where it's like, dude, it's been one year and I haven't even broken even yet.Like, you know what I mean? Kind of thing. Brady: Yeah. So here's kind of one of the secrets with this model. I marketed 30 grand a month, three months before I opened that location where we did 503, 000 the first month. most dentists put in their budget, like instead of 3 percent for marketing, I'll do 6 percent and it just never works.So you kind of have to do a marketing blitz to do it. I had 340 or so new patients that first month it was hundreds. And we did consults before opening it and treatment scheduled. So, so the key is you have to be able to do a massive marketing budget. And most people don't want to do that using debt, they're just backpedaling them, right? It's like, oh crap, I'm putting all this money into marketing. I don't know if the marketing is going to work. So with that, I had already done a real estate project before that made a bunch of money. And then I'm like, Oh, I've got several million in the bank.I don't mind dumping 30 grand in the marketing, right? From a variety of sources, radio, TV, postcards. You know, Google AdWords, Facebook ads, funnels, all that, even a local newspaper. And I went on radio and talked and did a little, I was on a radio talk show, they gave me the radio ads. So you kind of have to do anything and everything, and that creates this massive momentum where you get all this press coming in, right?And then the statistic ends up working out, which is, 80 percent of new patients that come into a practice, 80 percent of new patients, the internal referrals come from those that have been in the practice 12 months or less. So when you do external marketing, you're automatically building your internal referrals and people don't understand.They think, Oh, this 62 year old doc that's been in town for 30 years. He's getting all the referrals, right? Cause he's been there forever. Nope. He's getting four to six new patients a month. It's the new docs who are marketing heavy that are getting the internal referrals. Cause they're, they're bringing in fresh patients, right?And so you have to understand that external marketing begets what we all want, the internal referrals. And with a great campaign like what you do, Boots on the Ground, Lunch and Learns, that's huge because you're with folks, they're talking about it, you're in local businesses. So, so that is the key to market really heavily and, and do that.But, but when you do that, you know, you can, you can literally. take care of your financial future with just the real estate profits and grow a group Debt free. Michael: Gotcha, man. Okay, that's interesting. Good. That's good to know like kind of getting that momentum started right there. one of the final questions I wanted to ask is Right throughout everything you're kind of seeing and this is just to get into the head of someone who isn't totally involved on the clinical Side of dentistry, right?What do you dislike or hate about dentistry right now? Brady: I would say there's this kind of chasm between, private equity backed DSOs and then the rest of independent dentists and dentists getting together and, um, being funded. outside private equity. So private equity back DSOs. That simply means that some corporate body and institutional investor owns the majority of that entity, which means when it recaps what it sells, the majority of those profits Go to the private equity company or the institutional investor.Very little goes to the actual dentist doing the real work on the ground. On the other side of this equation are yes, individual dentists, but also dentist groups that are funded by their own debts, by their own sources of funding, like the real estate that we talked about. And it's kind of a battle right now.what I hate is that More dentists aren't doing enough research to understand that these big private equity backed groups are not investing in real estate. In 2016, they wrote something in a private equity journal that said don't invest in real estate, but the founders of those groups have formed exclusive arrangements.And they get to invest in all the real estate. They're making a killing billions of dollars. And all of these groups that kind of watch the big groups, they're saying, oh, we'll just lease. We won't own the real estate because they don't own it, but the founder is owning the real estate. So what I don't love is that there's not a ton of information being given out.over here with the huge groups that are private equity back. And there's a lot of dentists that aren't taking the time to research how that really works. And I think that's my goal is to, yes, certainly show a couple decades of failures and successes, but to also show, cause I've, I've looked deeply inside the innards of all these DSOs.I've helped a lot of them and consulted a lot of them and worked with the main attorney group who set them up. so I think what I don't love is that chasm between the two. And I think the individual dentists, the business folks that are working with dentists, those groups that are watching the big DSOs and emulating them and just leasing space, not realizing there's a huge real estate play there.and those that don't realize, Hey, we can clump together like at Freedom Dental Partners and have a big group with a big liquidity event and benefit our futures. you know, financially, just like the big boys do. I think it's that chasm that I hate the most. And that's I think what I'm here to do is educate, show how they're doing it and then interpret how that works and make it easy so that Dennis can flourish just like those big groups.And then I think what's gonna happen is if here's the big groups and here's Dennis and smaller It's going to equalize out because now we're using all the secret tools, techniques and protocols that they are. We leveled the playing field and we actually maybe even have an edge on our side, especially with kind of some of the real estate stuff we've talked about today.Michael: All right, man. Awesome. And then any final pieces of advice that you'd like to give to our listener? Brady: Um, I would say if you're young and you're just starting out your career and you did an acquisition or a startup, you're a business person involved with a small group, look at ways of collaborating more like, uh, you know, Freedom Dental Partners, we've got hundreds of dentists around the country who are building small groups together and getting involved, Google Freedom Dental Partners, see some of the deals we've done, some of the DSOs we've bought, we've bought a number of DSOs, and uh, just get involved and look for folks that are really, uh, kind of on the, on the forefront of doing this stuff, look for folks that are partnering with others, that are sharing, and uh, I would say just, look very closely at those that are banding together because those are the groups that are forging, ahead and really competing with each other.With the big boys. unfortunately it's not the one or two or three location groups that are kind of competing as the big boys. It's, it's those one, two or three location groups or 10 location groups that are banding together, creating a formidable force to elevate through partnerships that are, that are really making a difference out there today.Okay, man, Michael: that's good. So then if anyone had any questions or concerns, where can they find you? Brady: Yeah, just go to brady at freedom dental partners. com brady at freedom dental partners. com and I can I can get to where you need to go Michael: Awesome. So guys that's going to be in the show notes below. So definitely check it out And at the same time brady, thank you so much for being with us.It's been a pleasure and we'll hear from Brady: you soon Awesome, michael. Have a great one Michael: Thank you so much for tuning into that podcast. And Brady, thank you so much for being a part of the podcast. We really appreciate you coming on and sharing your wealth of knowledge. And at the same time, if you want to ask Brady any questions, go in the show notes below or the description below, and you can click on his links and reach out to him there.Definitely check out his website and see what he has to offer you as well. Along with any of the freebies that he mentioned in the episode, you can download them in the show notes below as well. So go ahead and do that now. Have you ever thought about what your dental practice could achieve if tech headaches were a thing of the past?That's where a fantastic IT company comes in. Now think about your day at your clinic strip away any worries about server crashes or data breaches. Man, if you can do that, that'd be amazing. With Dark Horse Tech, that's your new reality. They deliver IT solutions that align perfectly with the rhythm of a busy dental practice, so your attention never strays from patient care.Now, I wanted you to ask yourself that critical question. 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The Grand Finale with Rachel Mason.Rachel and I met serendipitously while I was on a long sit in Denver. I knew her as “Dolly Parkin” as she was a ramp controller in Denver. When we finally met in person, I was starstruck! Listen to this series to learn about her story!About Rachel:Aviation fell into her lap, starting with Alaska Airlines. After about a year with AS, she craved more and applied to every major airline at STL. One of the big ones called her first and she took the job. With STL being a line station, she rarely got anything larger than a 73 or Airbus. She wanted more, so she knew transferring out was her best choice. She has done almost everything: ramp, customer service, gates, trainer, supervisor, MLB and NHL charters, mail, cargo, ramp tower, BSO, security clearance for WOW. She wasn't mainline as she was with G2, which she's beyond grateful for because she got to do so much with one company.She spent many nights sleeping in her car because she would work 18 and 20-hour days, so a quick nap was necessary, whether in her car, bag cart, or office.She is a self-proclaimed avgeek. Her love for the 747 makes her speechless and Big Poppa (Boeing 777).She has many, many, many nicknames: Ray Ray, Pothole, Ramp Tower Queen, Dolly Parkin, Sweet Tea, just to name a few.She is a runway model.Mental health advocate.Tequila Connoisseur. Loves to travel and hiking.Follow Rachel!Instagram: rwyrachelREACH OUT!Email me at: email@example.comInstagram: climbvxBOOK YOUR APPEARANCE ON THE SHOWInterview availability dates
Min 4: EL FILTRO RACHEL Las plataformas no dan su brazo a torcer tras el exitazo de la Fiesta del Cine y recuperan posiciones con una potente oferta cargada de regresos muy esperados y finales para el recuerdo. Raquel Hernández y Roberto Lancha ofrecen un menú muy potente salpicado de estrellas y de gran calidad. Min 5: LUPIN Temporada 3 El ladrón de guante blanco más agudo y querido de Netflix vuelve a la carga en una tercera temporada en la que necesitará ser más invisible y sigiloso que nunca. Min 10: LOKI vuelve a Disney Otro de los regresos más esperados es el del díscolo y voluble hermanísimo de Thor. Loki agita el universo Marvel con una segunda que tarda en despegar y en la que el complejo antihéroe tendrá que buscar solución a sus desfases temporales. Min 17: AHSOKA, final de temporada Una serie que llega fuerte con el sello UCM y otra que despide su primera temporada en el universo Star Wars. Analizamos el desenlace, lo mejor y lo peor, de los capítulos finales de “Ahsoka”, que para muchos fans se cuela ya entre los mejores productos televisivos de la factoría. Min 22: LA RED PÚRPURA (ATRESPlayer) Pero otra de las novedades reseñables de la semana tiene sello español y reparto de lujo. Tras el éxito de la adaptación de “la Novia Gitana”, ATRESPlayer refuerza su apuesta por los thriller turbios e intensos con “La Red Púrpura”, dirigida por Paco Cabezas y con Nerea Barros y Roberto Álamo encabezando un elenco muy potente. Min 28: EL IMPECABLE FINAL DE SOLO ASESINATOS 3 Y nos reservamos para el final un final ingenioso, medido y cabal. La tercera temporada de “Solo asesinatos en el edificio” nos ha enamorado y queremos celebrarlo analizando los porqués y sacando brillo a la elegante, nostálgica y urbanita BSO de Siddharta Khosla, que pasa a convertirse en uno de los compositores del momento para nuestro experto Ángel Luque. Pasen…y escuchen.
😲¡Esto se acabó! Ahsoka llega a su final y nos trae elementos muy impactantes: troopers zombis, Sabine despertando a la Fuerza, el regreso de Ezra y sobre todo...Thrawn y mucho, mucho más. Te invitamos a que nos acompañes en este último episodio, aunque al final anunciaremos nuestros planes para el próximo programa y cómo podéis participar en él 🙂 👧Myriam sigue algo malita y se esfuerza en sacar el programa adelante, 🤖Frank mira varias cosas a la vez y a veces se lía y 🤓Kokhe se lo toma con filosofía. Pero a los tres nos une lo que a ti: Que disfrutamos de Star Wars siempre. 👇¡Vótanos en los Premios Ivoox 2023!👇 https://go.ivoox.com/wv/premios23?p=442899 💕Te recordamos lo importante que es tu apoyo para que 1clF siga creciendo, alcanzando a más 'Uners' de esta y otras galáxias. Déjanos tu "Me gusta" mientras nos escuchas y coméntanos lo que quieras sobre el programa o episodio. 🌟Gran época para disfrutar de Star Wars, y 'Uno con la Fuerza' te acompañará durante mucho, mucho tiempo. Porque disfrutamos junto a ti. 💎Tienes el botón de apoyo para que nos ayudes a cubrir gastos y a la mejora del podcast si te gusta lo que hacemos (En serio, la mesa de mezclas pide jubilación, de momento vamos a comprar otro micrófono porque nos falta al menos uno más). ✨Uno con la Fuerza, el podcast de las mil maneras de disfrutar Star Wars. 😃¿Quieres ser 'Uner'? Te esperamos en nuestro telegram: t.me/unoconlafuerza 👀Podrás charlar de Star Wars con otros aficionados en buen ambiente y enviarnos tus notas de voz para que las incluyamos en futuros programas. 📲En Twitter y Facebook somos @UnoConLaFuerza 🎶Música: BSO de la serie Ahsoka. Creditos iniciales y finales.
Ya estamos de nuevo en el Auditorio Oscuro para traeros una sorpresa. Un bonus extra de esta celebración por el 30 aniversario de Jurassic Park. Hoy Fran Prados nos viene a contar las curiosidades de este soundtrack del maestro John Williams y como se grabo una de las mejores BSO de aventuras, de la historia. Porque venimos de las estrellas!!! Mas enlaces de la guarida https://bio.link/laguaridadelsith
Ya estamos de nuevo en el Auditorio Oscuro para traeros una sorpresa. Un bonus extra de esta celebración por el 30 aniversario de Jurassic Park. Hoy Fran Prados nos viene a contar las curiosidades de este soundtrack del maestro John Williams y como se grabo una de las mejores BSO de aventuras, de la historia. Porque venimos de las estrellas!!! Mas enlaces de la guarida https://bio.link/laguaridadelsith
Película: "The invisible man" (james Whale, 1933) Conducción: Diego Cirulo, Fabio Villalba. Columnista: Luciana Eyras Llega un nuevo octubre, llega un nuevo monstruo a BSO. En esta ocasión, nuestro trío de lujo se encarga de analizar a uno de los personajes más característicos del "muestrario" de Universal: el hombre invisible. Te invitamos a pensar un filme un tanto olvidado que, a las claras, merece más. Te contamos sobre la obra de H.G. Wells, sobre la locura epocal y, sobre todo, te explicamos por qué las monstruosidades no nacen de un repollo sino que son, básicamente, la sombra del hombre en sociedad. Producción general: Diego Cirulo, Fabio Villalba, Luciana Eyras Locución: Daniela Jorquera Música: Leonel Ibaña, Bahía Blanca Webmastering: Andrés Cirulo
This is part two of a three part series with Rachel Mason.Rachel and I met serendipitously while I was on a long sit in Denver. I knew her as “Dolly Parkin” as she was a ramp controller in Denver. When we finally met in person, I was starstruck! Listen to this series to learn about her story!About Rachel:Aviation fell into her lap, starting with Alaska Airlines. After about a year with AS, she craved more and applied to every major airline at STL. One of the big ones called her first and she took the job. With STL being a line station, she rarely got anything larger than a 73 or Airbus. She wanted more, so she knew transferring out was her best choice. She has done almost everything: ramp, customer service, gates, trainer, supervisor, MLB and NHL charters, mail, cargo, ramp tower, BSO, security clearance for WOW. She wasn't mainline as she was with G2, which she's beyond grateful for because she got to do so much with one company.She spent many nights sleeping in her car because she would work 18 and 20-hour days, so a quick nap was necessary, whether in her car, bag cart, or office.She is a self-proclaimed avgeek. Her love for the 747 makes her speechless and Big Poppa (Boeing 777).She has many, many, many nicknames: Ray Ray, Pothole, Ramp Tower Queen, Dolly Parkin, Sweet Tea, just to name a few.She is a runway model.Mental health advocate.Tequila Connoisseur. Loves to travel and hiking.Follow Rachel!Instagram: rwyrachelREACH OUT!Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: climbvxBOOK YOUR APPEARANCE ON THE SHOWInterview availability dates
Baltimore Magazine editor Max Weiss joins Ricig and Nestor to discuss BSO and local love for music The post Baltimore Magazine editor Max Weiss joins Ricig and Nestor to discuss BSO and local love for music first appeared on Baltimore Positive WNST.
😍¡Programazo el de esta semana! Tenemos al equipo formado por Myriam, Frank, Kokhe, Mariluz y Arbues para contar todo sobre este séptimo episodio de Ahsoka. ¡Solo queda una semana para el final! 🗣Hablamos del capítulo, de lo que más y lo que menos nos ha gustado como es habitual, y además comentamos teorías, ideas, y nos lanzamos a aventurar cómo va a acabar esto. Ha sido un programa muy divertido de realizar, esperamos que tu también te diviertas escuchándonos. 💕Te recordamos lo importante que es tu apoyo para que 1clF siga creciendo, alcanzando a más 'Uners' de esta y otras galáxias. Déjanos tu "Me gusta" mientras nos escuchas y coméntanos lo que quieras sobre el programa o episodio. 🌟Gran época para disfrutar de Star Wars, y 'Uno con la Fuerza' te acompañará durante mucho, mucho tiempo. Porque disfrutamos junto a ti. 💎Tienes el botón de apoyo para que nos ayudes a cubrir gastos y a la mejora del podcast si te gusta lo que hacemos (En serio, la mesa de mezclas pide jubilación, de momento vamos a comprar otro micrófono porque nos falta al menos uno más). ✨Uno con la Fuerza, el podcast de las mil maneras de disfrutar Star Wars. 😃¿Quieres ser 'Uner'? Te esperamos en nuestro telegram: t.me/unoconlafuerza 👀Podrás charlar de Star Wars con otros aficionados en buen ambiente y enviarnos tus notas de voz para que las incluyamos en futuros programas. 📲En Twitter y Facebook somos @UnoConLaFuerza 🎶Música: BSO de la serie Ahsoka. Creditos iniciales y finales.
Min 4: EL FILTRO RACHEL En la semana más floja del año en las salas de cine, la oferta en plataformas se hace fuerte con títulos y novedades como las que nos recomiendan en este capítulo Raquel Hernández y Roberto Lancha. Min 5: THE CONTINENTAL reactiva el efecto Wick Atención a los amantes de la exitosa saga de John Wick porque Prime Video va con todo en “The Continental”. El icónico hotel neoyorquino que tanto juego ha dado en esta trama de venganza sin fin ya tiene su propio spin off en forma de miniserie de tres capítulos. En El Filtro Rachel concretamos los puntos fuertes y los débiles del título más llamativo de la semana, en el que llama la atención la presencia como villano del mismísimo Mel Gibson. Min 12: “SEX EDUCATION”: Despedida y cierre Después de dar en la diana con “EL cuerpo en llamas”, Netflix saca brillo a una de sus bazas seguras. La comedia “Sex Education” echa el cierre en su cuarta temporada garantizando nuevas dosis de aprendizaje sexual a la americana. Nuestra Rachel justifica por qué le parece una de los títulos más refrescantes y libremente divulgativos que han ofrecido las plataformas en el último lustro. Min 21: DÉJATE VER: surrealismo Made in Spain Y atención a la trasgresora propuesta que llega a AtresPlayer porque le da una vuelta al conocido humor chanante y se va un surrealismo fantasioso que ha captado la atención de nuestra experta seriéfila. “Déjate ver” mezcla el tipo humor que vimos en “Poquita fe” con dosis de distopía y cienca ficción que convierten a la serie dirigida por Álvaro Carmona en una buena solución para reír y flipar sin complejos. Min 30: AHSOKA 1X05, la larga sombra de Anakin Analizamos el capítulo que ha descorchado la mejor esencia de Ahsoka y el fuerte vínculo que siempre ha tenido con su maestro, Anakin Skywalker. Para muchos estamos ante el gran capítulo de la serie de Disney Plus que navega ya por su sexto episodio y que está solo a dos de cerrar temporada. Min 34. La BSO sorpresa de “The Morning Show” Y el broche musical de este capítulo viene con sorpresa. Resulta que detrás de una de las series estrella de Apple TV, la recientemente comentada “The Morning Show”, nos encontramos con el sello musical de uno de los compositores clave para entender el cine de los Coen. Carter Burwell, el creador de bandas sonoras como “Muerte entre las flores”, “Tres anuncios en las afueras” o “Carol” es el responsable de poner la pausa, la reflexión y el toque humano al universo que rodea al crudo Matinal televisivo que protagonizan Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell o Billy Crudup. Para valorar la calidad de esta BSO, nuestro crítico musical, Ángel Luque, nos ofrece una variada selección de temas de sus tres temporadas.
This is part one of a three part series with Rachel Mason.Rachel and I met serendipitously while I was on a long sit in Denver. I knew her as “Dolly Parkin” as she was a ramp controller in Denver. When we finally met in person, I was starstruck! Listen to this series to learn about her story!About Rachel:Aviation fell into her lap, starting with Alaska Airlines. After about a year with AS, she craved more and applied to every major airline at STL. One of the big ones called her first and she took the job. With STL being a line station, she rarely got anything larger than a 73 or Airbus. She wanted more, so she knew transferring out was her best choice. She has done almost everything: ramp, customer service, gates, trainer, supervisor, MLB and NHL charters, mail, cargo, ramp tower, BSO, security clearance for WOW. She wasn't mainline as she was with G2, which she's beyond grateful for because she got to do so much with one company.She spent many nights sleeping in her car because she would work 18 and 20-hour days, so a quick nap was necessary, whether in her car, bag cart, or office.She is a self-proclaimed avgeek. Her love for the 747 makes her speechless and Big Poppa (Boeing 777).She has many, many, many nicknames: Ray Ray, Pothole, Ramp Tower Queen, Dolly Parkin, Sweet Tea, just to name a few.She is a runway model.Mental health advocate.Tequila Connoisseur. Loves to travel and hiking.Follow Rachel!Instagram: rwyrachelREACH OUT!Email me at: email@example.comInstagram: climbvxBOOK YOUR APPEARANCE ON THE SHOWInterview availability dates
¡Hola Crononautas! Nuevo MiCronoCine y nuevo día especial en la historia del podcast. Hoy celebramos el regreso a nuestros micros de Clara Schwarze tras haber sido mamá. Y no sólo eso, si no que estamos de celebración por partida doble, ya que vuestro humilde CronoFührer va a ser papá dentro de muy poquito, así que le dedicamos este programa a la pequeña McFly que está por venir. Casualmente Nueve Meses (Nine Months, Chris Columbus, 1995) es una peli especial en las vidas de los dos así que no podía ser más apropiado que hoy le dedicásemos este programilla con nuestro nuevo formato corto, directo, y pensado precisamente para pelis que a priori pueden parecer menos sustanciosas, pero que han marcado a los Cronistas por algún motivo. Hablamos de esta comedia familiar marca Chris Columbus, con un gran reparto encabezado por Hugh Grant, Julianne Moore, Jeff Goldblm y Joan Cusack. Una peli divertidísima y emotiva cuando debe serlo, con una banda sonora muy memorabe de mano de un jovencísimo Hans Zimmer, y con la aparción estelar de Robin Williams en un papel secundario pero con el que robó todas las escenas en las que participó. Un film muy noventero tanto para lo bueno como para lo malo, como explicamos en el audio. En este episodio suena la BSO de CronoCine compuesta por el artista musical El Arias (podéis encontrar su música en Facebook y Soundcloud), además de otras músicas y efectos sonoros con licencia Creative Commons (y algunos con otro tipo de licencias, pero oye, por una vez que lo hago...) . Podéis apoyar nuestro podcast comprando nuestro merchandise aquí: Nuevo Merch: https://www.latostadora.com/cronocine/ Merch Clásico: https://www.teezily.com/stores/cronocine
Min 5: LA SOCIEDAD DE LA NIEVE, LA ELEGIDA Con medio año de antelación la Academia de Cine de España ha tenido que preseleccionar el título con el que quiere tener presencia en los Oscars de 2024. “La sociedad de la nieve”, la potente coproducción de Netflix dirigida por Juan Antonio Bayona, será nuestra gran baza. Con Alberto Luchini y Raquel Hernández valoramos esta selección y recordamos cómo el director de “Lo imposible” o “Jurassic World: El Reino Caído” nos avanzó en los últimos Goya que estaba embarcado en este proyecto. Min 15: EL FILTRO LUCHINI SE TIÑE DE NEGRO ¿Estamos ante el peor fin de semana de estrenos del año? Según Alberto Luchini no hay ninguna duda. Después de una atractiva despedida del verano, liderada por el éxito de “Misterio en Venecia”, llega una tibia transición en la que uno de los títulos en pantalla va a sufrir el rigor de la temida “bola negra” que en “Estamos de Cine” solo reservamos a los grandes fiascos de la temporada. ¿Será “El superviviente de Auschwitz” la peli más castigada por nuestros críticos? ¿Se llevará el cero rotundo el regreso de Johny Depp en “Jeanne du Barry”? ¿o se guardan el mandoble más duro para “Vida perra” o la española “La voz del Sol”? Sea como sea, la próxima semana nos quitaremos el mal sabor de boca con la vuelta de tres grandes directores: Woody Allen, Victor Erice y Koreeda. Min 33. BSO MISTERIO EN VENECIA Y de nuevo la calma, la reflexión y la pausa la ponemos en Estamos de Cine con esa apuesta por la música que a veces amansa a las fieras y que otras las remueve y las angustia. En este capítulo, Ángel Luque y Roberto Lancha ponderan la incidencia de la BSO de la oscarizada Hildur Gudnadóttir (“Joker”, “Chernobyl”) en el giro hacia el terror que ha marcado el éxito del “Misterio en Venecia” de Kenneth Branagh.
¡Hola Crononautas! La animación 3D por fin ha roto sus cadenas y la expresión artística vuelve a estar al frente de una técnica que nunca debió estar limitada a intentar parecer única y exclusivamente lo más realista posible. En CronoCine ya apostamos por esta revolución cuando se estreno Spider-Man: Un Nuevo Universo, y parece que su influencia ya es imparable. Muestra de ello es la flamante Ninja Turtles: Caos Mutante, dirigida por Jeff Rowe el responsable de otra de las alegrías que nos dió la animación durante la pandemia con Los Mitchell contra las Máquinas. Seth Rogen y Evan Goldberg firman un guión junto al propio Rowe en el que se apuesta por un tono más adolescente que nunca en la franquicia de las Tortugas Ninja. Imbuido por un estilo de animación original y totalmente único que marida a la perfección con su estupendo soundtrack, diálogos frescos y un cast de actores de voz con grandes talentos, tanto desconocidos (como lo son las voces de las 4 tortugas), como muy conocidos (grandes voces para los secundarios con Ice Cube, Yackie Chan, John Cena, Rose Byrne o el propio Seth Rogen). Leo Galleguillos y Gonzalo McFly os ofrecen un primer bloque SIN SPOILERS en el que os daremos nuestras impresiones generales. Tras previo aviso, entraremos en más detalle acerca de la trama y de nuestras secuencias favoritas . En este episodio suena la BSO de CronoCine compuesta por el artista musical El Arias (podéis encontrar su música en Facebook y Soundcloud), además de otras músicas y efectos sonoros con licencia Creative Commons (y algunos con otro tipo de licencias, pero oye, por una vez que lo hago...) . Podéis apoyar nuestro podcast y su web asociada www.cronocine.com comprando nuestro merchandise aquí: Nuevo Merch: https://www.latostadora.com/cronocine/ Merch Clásico: https://www.teezily.com/stores/cronocine
Hola Crononautas! Por fin y tras una pausa más larga de lo esperada y deseada desde nuestro último audio, venimos a alegraros el veraniego, con un CronoCine Redux bien fresco sobre The Gentlemen (Los Caballeros, 2019), la vuelta a forma de Guy Ritchie en una de sus películas más recientes. Ritchie trae de vuelta el ritmo endiablado y los diálogos mordaces de sus grandes éxitos y los envuelve en un estilo y diseño muy cuidados y característicos, pero este conjunto funciona de manera excelente debido a su trama interesante y original llena de giros. Brillan también las actuaciones de Hugh Grant en uno de sus mejore papeles, junto a Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Michelle Dockery, Jeremy Strong y Colin Farrell interpretando a The Coach, uno de los mejores personajes secundarios en la historia reciente. Mario Wire, Pablo Wallace, Nano Bronson y Gonzalo McFly analizan este fils que exuda chulería y estilo a fondo, aunque primero le dedicarán un primer segmento SIN SPOILERS en el que los que aún no conozcan la cinta, podrán decidir si quieren darle una oportunidad. En este episodio suena la BSO de CronoCine compuesta por el artista musical El Arias (podéis encontrar su música en Facebook y Soundcloud), además de otras músicas y efectos sonoros con licencia Creative Commons. Podéis apoyar nuestro podcast y su web asociada www.cronocine.com comprando nuestro merchandise aquí: Nuevo Merch: https://www.latostadora.com/cronocine/ Merch Clásico: https://www.teezily.com/stores/cronocine
On Friday, August 18th, Andris Nelsons will conduct The Boston Symphony Orchestra in a program featuring works by Saint-Saëns, Simon, and Gershwin featuring soloist Jean-Yves Thibaudet on piano in The Shed at Tanglewood in Lenox, Massachusetts.The “Simon” of those listed composers is Carlos Simon and his piece, “Four Black American Dances,” is a BSO commission. The piece celebrates the composer's heritage and the presence of dance in Black culture as a medium for ritual, worship, celebration, and social connectivity.
After being forced to listen to the world's most dangerous podcast by a mysterious passenger at gunpoint, a man finds himself in a high-stakes game of cat and mouse where it becomes clear that not everything is as it seems. On Episode 575 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss Sympathy for the Devil, from director Yuval Adler! We also pay tribute to the late great Paul Reubens, talk about how virtual sound stages are changing cinema, and how the bar for getting canceled has changed over the years. So grab your tuna melt with cheddar not mozzarella, make sure your underwear aren't too tight, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Metalocalypse, Dethklok, Brendan Small, the Underground Lair of Lost Swag, long intros, Iron Chef, Samurai Jack, Most Xtreme Elimination Challenge, Takeshi's Castle, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Invader Zim, Jackass, CKY, Primal, Genndy Tartakovsky, RIP Paul Reubens, Pee Wee Herman, The Tony Atlas of Testicles, Tommy Hil-FIGH-ger, Beau is Afraid, the origin of Rufus and Renaldo, ball reduction surgery, The Belvedere of Balls, Cheech and Chong, Midnight Madness, Phil Hartman, The Gong Show, Pee Wee's Big Adventure, Howard Dean, getting canceled, Cobweb, Talk to Me, overdraft charges, Barbie, Ryan Gosling, Blackout Tapes, Rolling Stones, Joel Kinnaman, Sympathy for the Devil, Martin Freeman, Black Panther, Shooter, Nicolas Cage, Stagecraft, Yuval Adler, Luke Paradise, The Hitcher, Locke, Tom Hardy, Collateral, Tom Cruise, Tuna Melts, Hitch-Hike, Vince Vaughn, Swingers, Altered Carbon, Children of Men, Jason Mamoa, Liam Neeson, Keanu Reeves, My Own Private Idaho, hair helmet, Werewolf Women of the SS, Reservoir Dogs, Wrath of Becky, Wrath of Becky, BSO at the B-House, sitcom couples sleeping in the same bed, Stephen Scarlata, Sharksploitation, Elio's Pizza, “I Am A Real Italian”, how do you make butter, butter flavored topping, Weird Science Table Read, Zombie Grrlz Podcast, Six Degrees of Sitcoms, Olive Garden breadsticks, Dementia is a Hell of a Drug, and Mr. Ballvedere.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez is joined by Drs. Mathilde Gottschau and Lene Mellemkjær to discuss BSO at benign hysterectomy. Dr. Gottschau, medical doctor and PhD, is currently working as a postdoctoral fellow at the Danish Cancer Society Research Center. The main focus of her research is gynecological cancer including breast cancer, women's health, and epidemiology. Dr. Mellemkjær, human biologist and PhD, is a senior scientist at the Danish Cancer Society Research Center. She has extensive experience within cancer epidemiology with a special focus on breast cancer. Highlights: Results from the study by Gottschau et al., which has recently been published in Annals of Internal Medicine, support current recommendations of ovarian conservation in premenopausal women who do not have a high risk for ovarian cancer. Results also suggest a cautious approach to removing ovaries in postmenopausal women. More studies are needed to investigate other health consequences of ovarian removal, e.g., studies focusing on mental health, quality of life or osteoporosis.
Min 1: INTRODUCCIÓN En pleno verano, con la huelga en Hollywood augurando nubarrones a medio plazo, dos de las películas más esperadas y atractivas del año protagonizan un pulso espectacular en las salas de todo el mundo. “Barbie” y “Oppenheimer” reavivan el interés por el cine en un fin de semana clave para el futuro del séptimo arte. Min 4: FILTRANDO LA “BARBIE” DE GERWIG ¿Un bombón rosa envenenado? ¿Una peli de colorín con consigna feminista en el reverso? La traslación a la pantalla que ha hecho Greta Gergwig de la icónica muñeca “Barbie” de Mattel no está dejando indiferente ni a la crítica ni a las miles de personas que ya se han dejado seducir por su aparente aspecto de comedia superflua y divertida. Alberto Luchini, Raquel Hernández y Roberto Lancha desmantelan las verdades y secretos de una de las películas que más debate está generando por el contraste entre lo que parece que ofrece y el resultado final. Min 24. OPPENHEIMER ¿EL MEJOR NOLAN? Colosal, brillante, genial, desbordante, excesiva, trascendente, magistral… El último y ambicioso proyecto del director de Memento, Origen, Interstellar, El Caballero Oscuro o Tenet tampoco está dejando indiferente al mundo del cine. Es más, la conmoción por su calidad e intensidad aún sigue palpitando en las retinas de quienes ya se han sentado a conocer la verdad sobre el creador de la Bomba Atómica. En el Filtro Luchini te contamos por qué “Oppenheimer” es uno de las grandes aportaciones que ha dado el cine actual. Min 40: INSIDIOUS 5: MEJOR DE LO ESPERADO Producida, dirigida y protagonizada por Patrick Wilson, “Insidious: La Puerta Roja”, la quinta entrega de la exitosa saga iniciada por James Wan, mantiene el tipo y se convierte en una buena propuesta de terror para quienes buscan una propuesta más allá del fenómeno OppenBarbie. Min 45: TIERRA DE NUESTRAS MADRES Completamos el repaso a la cartelera dando cabida a una película con alma, acento y retranca manchega. Heredera directa y surreal de Amanece que no es poco, la película de Liz Lobato “Tierra de nuestras madres” es una de las opciones más sorprendentes de este fin de semana clave para el cine. Min 50: BSO “ELEMENTAL”, QUERIDO NEWMAN Y nada mejor que acabar la celebración de esta gran semana de cine brindando con Ángel Luque por la calidad de la deliciosa, envolvente y generosa banda sonora que el gran Thomas Newman ha compuesto para “Elemental”. La última y exitosa apuesta de Pixar no sería lo mismo sin este regalo musical que vuelve a demostrar que Newman ha sido y es una de las apuestas más certeras de esta compañía.
On this episode of Shop Talk with the Sheriff, I sit down with Fire Rescue Division Chief Heath Clark to talk about an incredible life-saving initiative called the Whole Blood Program. Whole blood is administered to treat patients in the field, allowing oxygen to flow to vital organs during transport. Listen in as we talk about this game-changing program and the astonishing success stories. Tune in and be sure to subscribe, share this episode with a friend and follow @bsosherifftony on Instagram to keep up with the latest BSO news between podcast episodes.
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Thunderstorm season is in full swing across the country and with it comes the threat of lightning. Unfortunately, there's lots of bad information floating around about this weather hazard. The Lee Weather Team is here to help! This week, the meteorologists debunk the top five lightning myths and share their advice on the best ways to stay safe during a thunderstorm. They also debut a new segment on the podcast, answering your weather questions. It's an “electric” episode you don't want to miss! We want to hear from you! Have a question for the meteorologists? Call 609-272-7099 and leave a message. You might hear your question and get an answer on a future episode! You can also email questions to email@example.com. About the Across the Sky podcast The weekly weather podcast is hosted on a rotation by the Lee Weather team: Matt Holiner of Lee Enterprises' Midwest group in Chicago, Kirsten Lang of the Tulsa World in Oklahoma, Joe Martucci of the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., and Sean Sublette of the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia. Episode transcript Note: The following transcript was created by Adobe Premiere and may contain misspellings and other inaccuracies as it was generated automatically: Hello, everyone, and welcome to another episode of Across the Sky, our National We Enterprise Weather podcast. I'm Matt Holiner, covering weather for all of the Midwest websites and apps from Chicago. And I'm joined by my fellow meteorologist Joe Martucci in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and Sean Sublette in Richmond, Virginia. Our fourth co-host of the show, Kirsten Lang, is still on maternity leave. But if you follow her on social media, it looks like she's doing just fine now, spending time with the new baby. Now, technically, it's not astronomical or official summer yet, but it is June and meteorological summer has begun. And that means it's thunderstorm season and it's the lightning in those thunderstorms that we want to focus on. For this episode. We're going to talk lightning safety. Share some lightning stories. But the main thing we're here to do is bust some lightning myths. Now, there are quite a few out there, but we've narrowed it down to five that seem to be the most common. So without further ado, here's our top five lightning myths. And that number five, when it gets real hot, a special kind of lightning with no thunder occurs called heat. Lightning. Oh, boy. Guys, which one of you wants to tackle this or I'll jump all over. All right, guys. John, you sound more enthusiastic about this. I want you to take it. I totally am. Because I'm an old man. Because I remember this. Because I remember in the seventies being a kid here in Virginia and seeing the flashes out in the in the distance. And, you know, my parents are all that heat. Lightning. Oh, what does that mean? Oh, it's just heat. Lightning. And, you know, they didn't know. So it's okay for people to not know. But now we do know what's going on. I mean, that, you know, it's 45, 50 years ago. It's just thunderstorm that's too far away to hear the to hear the thunder. I mean, obviously, you're going to see lightning from a much longer distance at night because there's no other light around. The sun's not out. So you could see the flash from lightning from dozens and dozens of miles away. I think I've told this story before. There was one time I got out of a baseball game, and when I was working Lynchburg, I saw Flash on the eastern horizon. I'm like said a thunderstorm. And I checked my radar. I'm like, yeah, it was a thunderstorm 110 miles away. I clearly you're not going to hear that thunder. But yeah, I think it's one of these things that people are like they expect to hear thunder if they see lightning. And for them, it's really tough to to imagine one without the other. But yeah, it's just it's just a thunderstorm, those too far away. And that happens most often during the summer. A lot of times like I'm coming back from work, I'm on this road called the Garden State Parkway, which I knows about. Oh yeah, very nice road. I spend many, many miles on it, but when you're by the office, it actually gets very flat because you have a river running through. There's a lot of marsh land. You got some of a barrier island. So you're east the west, you have Pine Barrens. So it's it's very flat there as well. And I've seen, you know, lightning like way in the distance. And I'm like, where the heck is that lightning coming from? Like, I don't remember seeing any storms nearby. And there's a couple of times where, like I checked, you know, when I got back home and I'm looking on radar scope, a great weather app. 999 if you guys are interacting, those are lightning in a lightning in like near Philadelphia. And that's like 60 miles away. So you can see lightning for a long distance. Granted, the ground is flat and, you know, you can you have the world to see around you. But, you know, the thunder won't always come there. And especially if you're looking out over the ocean, I mean, you can't get much more flat and calm than the ocean there. So a lot of times if you're out at sea, you know, you could see mile, you could see lightning for, you know, tens and tens of miles away. And it's one of my most favorite things to do when I have been at the beach and looking offshore and to see thunderstorms out over the Gulf Stream current ocean current, they're just at night and they're just putting on a show, you know, you're 60 miles away from them and you could see the outlines of the clouds, sit down on the porch and just watch those things for, you know, half an hour until the beer is gone. You know, I mean, it's just a great show out there. And. Yeah, so, yeah, that that's my story. I think people just associate heat, lightning, this idea of heat, lightning, because it often does happen the summer when it's hot outside in the evening, it's very muggy and humid and they just see lightning, but they don't hear thunder. And so this whole concept is like, well, maybe it's just because it's hot and just lightning spontaneously occurrence. I know there is a real thunderstorm. It's not just lightning in the sky. It may not be raining where you are. You may not hear the thunder. The light is just traveling farther in the sound, but there's a real thunderstorm. Somebody is getting some rain. It's just not you. Okay. Moving on to our number four lightning myth. Water and metal attract lightning. Now, attract is the key word here. Now, it is true that water and metal and duct, electricity and therefore lightning, but they don't attract lightning on their own. And I think what people get confused is that when we're talking lightning safety, we tell people to get out of the water, get that metal golf club out of your hand. And we say that because if lightning strikes the water, you're in or strikes the golf club, you're holding it. We'll travel through the water and metal and strike you. But it's actually not the water or metal that's making it more like lead that you'll get struck. What lightning is really attracted to are tall, pointy objects. So when the lightning is coming out of a cloud, it wants to connect with something as soon as possible. So it typically goes the tallest object around. Now, if you're standing on a golf course with your club raised in the air, there's a good chance you'll be the tallest object around. And that raises your chances of getting struck. So the biggest thing when it comes to lightning safety is don't be or be near the tallest object. Our guys do have anything to add here? No, I like how you said a track is that. That's definitely the key word there. But I think you hit it spot on there. You know, you definitely don't want to be in water or near metal when there's a thunderstorm, but it's not necessarily increasing your your chances of getting struck. But it will. Yeah, it's just not a good place to be. Don't be in the pool when there's a thunderstorm. Is the short story with it. Yeah. And that's the other thing if you're out on a lake, lake is flat and you're on a boat, you're the only thing sticking up. So you're also closer to the to the electricity that's coming down out of the sky. Yeah. So it isn't so much it isn't so much the, the conductivity attracting the lightning. But once the lightning gets there, it's very conductive. Yeah, I know. Another lot of lightning strike victims are people that are fishing out a lake. And you've got that fishing rod in your hand and you're Hold it up in the air. And if you're on a flat lake and they're not many trees around, suddenly guess why you're the tallest object holding that fishing rod in the air. And so that's where the lightning is going to go. But, you know, I think because of all the you know, we hear about all the lightning strikes that occur near bodies of water, but oftentimes just because you're the tallest object, you're in a flat area and you're the tallest object. And certainly water does conduct electricity. And if you're standing in the lake and say lightning strikes in the middle of the lake, which could happen, that lightning can travel to the sides of the lake. So you don't want to be in water, but it's not the water attracting the lightning. I think that's where the confusion comes of are the metal attracting lightning? They conduct electricity. They don't necessarily attract it. Okay. So moving right along, our number three, lightning, this lightning never strikes the same place twice. So if your house has been struck by lightning or you've been struck by lightning, it's never going to happen again. No, no, no. Martucci should take this one first because you're closer to New York and there's a place in New York that I think about immediately. Yeah, The Empire State Building sometimes strikes the same place in, like an hour. The value of what happens, I think with this, it's a matter of the earth is a very big place and lightning is a fairly small phenomenon, and the chances of it hitting the same place twice are low. However, if you have a lightning rod like the Empire State Building or some other places, it will attract more lightning. Now, I do have a story though, with this. In high school we actually had a meteorology class. You guys are have you guys have a meteorology class in high school? Not at high school, no. It was combined with oceanography. I think what was the other thing was like it was a combine and they threw meteorology and with a couple of other subject and geology I think it was w o or weather and earth science class, weather, geology and oceanography I think. Okay, yeah, okay. Well we had our own semester of meteorology and astronomy too, and our professor alerts claims that he got struck by lightning twice in his life. So he says that one time he was like working on a sink or something at his house and lightning hit the house and they like, travel through. And he briefly got struck by lightning. And then another time I can't remember, most of us kind of believed it because and I'll answer that very nice guy. I've talked to them a couple of times, but he has that like mad professor, you know, nutty professor, kind of love to terms. They're like, Oh, maybe he's on something there. And his hair is like, you know, up and all over the place. But no, it's similar to tornadoes to, you know, tornadoes can be big, right? It can be a mile wide, but a mile is very small when it comes to the size of the earth. And as a result, you know, it's hard for a tornado to really hit the same place twice as well. It's kind of the same concept here. So can it happen? Sure, it could happen. But unless you're at somewhere with a lightning rod, the chances of it actually hitting the same place twice are very low. But another good example is right here in Chicago, the Willis Tower. It gets struck dozens of times a year. It's the tallest building in Chicago. So guess where the lightning likes to strike the the tallest building as a it's a good target for it. So, yeah, it happens in dozens of times the Willis Tower in Chicago in the other skyscrapers. But oftentimes it's the Willis Tower because it's a Dallas. Okay. Well, on that note, I'm going to take a short break, but don't go anywhere because we still have two more lightning myths to discuss. So stick around. More across the sky right after this. Welcome back, everyone, to the Across the Sky podcast will release new episodes every Monday on all our leads news app websites, but also on all podcast platforms. So wherever you like the browser podcasts, you can find us there and subscribe and give us a rating. We sure appreciate it. Okay. We are counting down the top five lightning myths and our number two, lightning myth is one that can definitely be dangerous if you believe it. If it's not raining, you're safe from lightning. Now, a lot of times people hear thunder or see lightning and they're in the middle of something. And if it's not raining yet, they try and squeeze in a little bit more of that activity. Boy, that's not a good idea, I guess. I know. And it's actually ties into your point number five here about heat like that, because you can not you can have lightning without the rain, as we just said so. Exactly. It ties in very nicely with our our fifth myth here. I'll toss it over to Shaw because I know he had something to say, too. Yeah. I remember earlier on, about a year or so ago, we had our our pal Christopher Gorski, who was with Bisola talking about this, and I think he posted very recently on Twitter the correlation between rainfall and and lightning injuries and you see that most most lightning injuries or fatalities happen when it's not raining because, you know, one people it's not raining yet. So they do want to be outside a little bit longer. So if there's a big thunderstorm and it's pouring down rain, you're not running around outside anyway. So and then sometimes people will go outside too early. Rain is done now. I guess it's over. But it but it's not so. And the most of the most of the injuries and fatalities happen Wednesday. Streaming people are going or trying to get one more thing in or they don't think it's that close or they left too early after the storm they think is over. But we we always remind people lightning can easily strike ten miles away from the center of the storm. So as as the rhyme goes, when thunder roars, go indoors. Sounds a little cheesy, but that's kind of it. Once once you hear the thunder, just just go inside. I try to tell people not to be dramatic, just thunder. Time to go inside. So just go inside, you know? And then the question I get is, well, how long do I have to wait? How long do I have to stay inside? And the rule of thumb is, well, keep listening for that thunder and then wait 30 minutes after the last rumble of thunder, and then it's safe to go back out and resume the activity. So that's why it takes a while. But you do have to be patient, and that is to ensure your safety. So wait 30 minutes after the last rumble of thunder and then it's safe to go back outside. Is that still I I'm actually curious, is that still taking a 30 minute rule? Yeah, that's totally still the thing. I mean, I've heard some arguments about now you're probably okay after 15 and that that's probably true depending on how fast the particular storm is moving away. But I think the catch. All right now is 30 minutes is safest. Yeah. Has a lot to do with how quickly the storm is moving. You know, some of these storms just roar, you know, and that's thing it's not really getting that far away for you. Now. You've got a big squall line long, a cold front. Thunderstorms are going to clear the area a lot faster. And so, you know, 30 minutes is probably maybe a little bit too much, especially for, you know, you get in the southeast and those little pop up storms that just kind of want to hang out in one spot and just linger and feed off all that humidity. So it's really out of abundance. Caution just we want to avoid those those lightning strikes that do occur ten, 15 miles from the storm. Those bolts, alga, blue, as they're called, but sometimes cause of a thunderstorm has already been ongoing. It's not out of the blue anymore. It's just like, when is this thing going to end? Is this storm ever going to end? Because I know there are some storms that just go on and on and on. Ashley in the thick of summer when humidity is really, I think, just wildfire smoke or have having here just goes on and on and on and on. This week, it's rare that I went away to Italy. There was smoke when I left. I come back, there's smoke. It's a bad scene. And that's another discussion for another time. I think maybe a future podcast episode. I think that is that is correct, yes. Yeah, absolutely. But for now, we still have one more myth for you. Our number one lightning myth. Rubber tires or rubber shoes if you save from lightning. And guys, I have a good story about this one. So I'm study on a plane in Oklahoma City waiting to take off and the pilot comes on the speaker and he says, well, folks, we've been delayed due to thunderstorms in the area. So we're going to be on the ground a little bit longer. But don't worry, we're sitting on rubber tires. We don't have anything to worry about. Okay, guys, let me tell you, when I heard that, I mean, it took everything in my body, everything in my body to stop myself from standing up and said, no, stop spreading weather myths. I mean, guys, I'm assuming you've dealt with this one, too, now, so you're safe because you're in a Faraday cage. Has nothing to do with the damn tires. The lightning hits the plane, it's going to arc around the plane and the and the exterior and the fuselage, and you're fine inside. It's not going to. Yeah, I'm surprised you didn't just storm the cockpit mad after that kind of stuff. I was just like, Oh, it was just boiling up. And you're like, No, stop, please. So what do people believe that one? I really do. Now, I'm actually surprised that the it took everything in your body to stop you from standing up and go there because you must had a pretty big seat on the plane for you to actually, like, want to, like, get up and get out of the plane and then start moving down. You must have been flying first class. You fly in first class for this one. Oh, no, I am not a first class person at all. You mean those economies, right? Yeah, I laugh. I would laugh when you were talking about the Rubber Soul is how you shoot. Because the rubber soul, like your shoes are so small compared to the power of the the lightning. You have no shot. Unfortunately, the the even even the most pumped up Jordans aren't going to save you on that one. But yes, as Shawn said, it's going to go around the plane or around, you know, your your car. It's not going to be about that because that's the other thing is it will it will hit the car and go around the car. You may never be able to drive the car again. Right. But as long as you're not hanging out of the window, you're going to be okay. Again, the car is going to be a mess. Some of the stuff might melt, the tires might get messed up, but the tires aren't saving you. The fact that you're in kind of a safety cage where the lightning will hit the metal and kind of follow the metal and not jump into the cab where you are is what keeps you say, Yeah, yeah. So to be clear, motorcycle not safe, not a safe place to take shelter now doesn't it? Just get on your motorcycle or get on your bicycle and say, Oh, I've got the rubber tires, I'm good to go. But also there's one thing that I think often gets overlooked. We always say, you know, a safe place to be if you can't get inside a building is to get in your car and you'll be safe as long as you're not touching anything metal in the car and the windows are rolled up. Well, that's not true of it's a convertible or a soft top vehicle because suddenly you don't have that metal roof anymore and that lightning bolt can come right through that soft top. So I used to have a Jeep Wrangler, and I always got nervous when I was driving in a thunderstorm because I'm like, This is not safe. I need to come through this roof. Fortunately, never happened. But convertibles soft top's not safe. You have to get in a vehicle with a hard top. That is important. You know, Matt, you've had some pretty cool cars because, don't you? A mustang right now, too. No, no, no, no. It's a Camaro. I come in. I'm sorry. I didn't mean. Let us be clear to shortchange you whatsoever by there. But things are pretty good, but not as good. A whole Chevy versus Ford thing coming back. Oh, my heavens. I thought I was Chevy guy, too. I just thought my Camaro. I was Chevy Trailblazer. But you're pretty cool now. You're pretty cool. You must be a really cool guy in high school, going from Wrangler to the to the Camaro. Only cool cars here. And I was there one day. There may be kids, and the coolness is going to have to be downgraded, but not yet. Dang it. Well, what was your first car, Joe? What was your first car? Was my first. I had a 1991 Toyota Camry. That's 1008. In 2008, you got to start somewhere. I got voted. Sorry. Know over what got voted what I got voted. Third worst car in the parking lot in high school. Well, what was your first car mat? I know the Jeep Wrangler was my first. Okay. The jeep was. Yeah. Yeah. All right, so on this car, Sean, I've got all y'all B So my first car was given to me by my grandfather. Same here, same here. Just for everybody's. For his 1977 brown Buick Regal. Wow. After having it for ten years, he gave it to me in 1987. And people I went to college with Remember what that car looks like or look like. And I drove it until it would drive no more. Well, so make yourself you had Sean and you're like, Oh, wow. That's a really good question. So after that, after that, I bought an I used Oldsmobile. Oh, man, you're like the RV. You were like the at time I did. Oh, absolutely. It was the classic you hear it called Oldsmobile because it was so huge. But when that finally died, I got my first new car in 1994, Chevy Cavalier. Okay, cool. So, yeah, it was my first new car. Nice, natural improvement. You know, all those cars will keep you safe from from lightning. That's true. Up and down the road. Convertibles. So, yes, they all kept me safe. Is your Camaro a hardtop? Yes, I did. I did not get the. Because I remember remembering my lightning safety. I said I'm not going to go through the anxiety of having a soft top anymore. It's going to be top. And I'm going to say safe and fun. If Matt can do it, you guys can do it, too. Exactly. You got your next car. And with that, there you have it. That's our top five lightning mitts. Now, we're going to take another quick break, but stick around because we've got a new segment we're debuting on Across the Sky Listener. Questions. And our first one is an interesting one, so don't go anywhere. More across the sky coming right up. Welcome back, everyone. And before we wind things down today, we're going to review something new here on across the sky. Now all three of us get questions on social media and email from viewers asking questions about the weather. And since some of the same questions keep popping up, we said why not make this into something for the podcast? So that's what we've done. And Joe, you've got the first question this week, right? Yeah, I do. It's the first question this week. It's from my Twitter buddy, Glen Donahue. Now, he was asking this morning a New Jersey perspective, but we're going to expand this nationwide. He want to know how come we don't ever have a temperature from the beach? How come the temperatures from he's saying homeowner now I'll fill in what he means. He's saying that the major weather recording site in my corner of New Jersey is inland at Atlantic City or National Airport. He wants to know how come we don't get a major reporting site on the beach like, you know, Atlantic City or Ocean City or Cape May? So that's a very good question because this can actually be parlayed. It's really anywhere in the country here. It doesn't have to be in New Jersey. You can be in Virginia where Sean is. You can be, you know, in even in Illinois where Matt is, because it really goes to show or I'll kind of give you a little bit inner workings on how these stations come about. So official reporting stations are typically in the weather world, we call them F six stations are typically located at airports or other major reporting sites. So, for example, New York City Central Park is also one of these sites. You know, it's not an airport. However, there's only so many of these in the world because they need to meet a certain standard and criteria. In some cases, these are observers with human input. There's human observers that are actually there as well, and they're just not everywhere. So when it comes to beach in inland areas, you have to really look and make sure that the temperature, you know, what you're getting your temperature from is from this area that's representative of your climate. If you're in a microclimate region, anywhere along the water can be one of those. Sometimes those numbers are misleading, like in Chicago, right? I think we have O'Hare and Midway. They're both inland. They're not on the lakeshore. So you could be, you know, 62 degrees right on the lakeshore. But you go inland a couple of miles to O'Hare and you're at 79 and the official Chicago temperature is 79 degrees. You know, when you break record highs and record lows and record rainfall, it comes from these major reporting stations that may or may not be representative of where you are. And your phone app might not tell you that. But we will we will tell you that here at all of our Lee Enterprises publications, others. I'll flip it over to you, Sean, because I know you know, you got Virginia, you got the shoreline there. I'm sure there's probably something like that going on in Virginia. Yeah. As you alluded to, a lot of this goes back to how the equipment, you know, where it has to meet a certain standard. And there are a lot of places in the last 20 years that have plopped up, you know, weather stations, but no one can can vouch for their accuracy or how consistent a record is. You know, so for a lot of these places where we do, quote unquote, the official temperature, there is a climate record of that site that goes back dozens and dozens of years, some places even more than a hundred years, like Central Park in New York City, for example. So that's why we will look at those, because they have to have a very long term record of temperature, humidity, you know, and all we did, all those types of things. But, you know, in the last ten or 15, 20 years, a lot of the a lot of the technology has increased dramatically so that weather sensors are more accurate than than they have been. And I've got one in my backyard, and it's wonderfully accurate in terms of the temperature and humidity. But, you know, we got a lot of trees and it doesn't do the wind very well. And that's the other thing you have to think about when you're looking at some of these other, you know, weather observations, are they cited properly? Again, I wouldn't look at the data I have in my backyard about wind at all. But, you know, at an airport, for example, it's pretty wide open. So you get a very representative sample of what the wind is like. So I think that a lot of that is it goes back to siting. It goes back to to the equipment. It goes back to how long the period of record is. And the reason that they're at airports anyway is because, well, it's very important when you're flying a plane and you want to put that thing down to know what the weather is doing. Exactly. And everything is, too. They also have a lot of open land around you. I think you need 100. Is it 100 foot radius without trees? Now, I know that was Fishel. I don't remember offhand. I don't remember air. We could really do a whole podcast episode about how to properly set up my own weather station because there could be a lot of people do it, but there are mistakes made along the way that can have a really big impact on the kind of temperatures and getting on the wind speeds that are being registered. There is definitely some some instructions to follow to set up accurate weather station. And so that's that's the issue is getting good quality data and there actually is a pretty involved process. So that's why they're not even more weather stations that are considered official. And we don't have more observations because they get accurate information. It does have to be set up in a certain way and in a certain location. So yeah, yeah. This is a great first question for us. Now, Joe, I think this one came in via Twitter, but we do have a more fun way for people to get in touch with us now, right? We do. We do. Before we get there, I just want to clarify one thing on the one specific point. I don't want to describe it with the National Weather Service as done in New Jersey with this, because Atlantic City now, they do break out records for Atlantic City and Atlantic City International Airport, even though the airport is inland in the in the Atlantic cities on the coast. They just started doing that about two years ago. But before that, you did it. You had this kind of convoluted system of where the records were coming from. So that issue has been resolved locally here for us in New Jersey. But in other places, you may still have you know, you might not have a reporting station there or you may have some kind of system where it's not accurately shown records for those coastal and inland locations. But, yes, we do have a phone line for you to call in and ask your questions here. We will be listening to we'll be answering them in the weeks and years ahead. The phone number is 6092727099 again at 6092727099. So call leave your name where you're coming from. Give you your weather questions you can last know about the podcast to maybe if we're feeling a little wonky will answer some of weather question content too but we're going to keep it mostly the weather here on the voice mail. We appreciate any and all voice mails about your weather or climate questions. We'll definitely try to answer them during the show. So thanks a lot in advance for for giving us the ring and for sticking with us here at the Across the Sky podcast. We've done well with our numbers here. And, you know, we've only been around for about 14 months. And yeah, we're happy with our progress and listenership and expanding into new regions and other ways to listen to us. We have a YouTube channel as well. You can look up across the sky for that too, if you want to listen on YouTube. So we're giving you more options to interact with us. Yeah, we'll be sure to put that phone number in the show notes as well. Just a note. Yeah, exactly. Another way, what I start hearing from the audience a little bit more, another way for you to interact with the show, you know, and besides calling in with questions, if there's a certain weather topic you'd like to hear us talk about on a future episode, all about that too. We'll be sure to cover it. Now, before we wrap up, Sean, what do we have coming up next week? Yeah, next week we are very happy. We're getting closer to the start of summer and then summer heat and then more and more discussion about about climate change. Of course when we get into the summer because it tends to be hotter. So next week we've got a very special guest, climate scientist Kate Marvel, part of Project Drawdown. Dr. Marvel I worked for about seven or eight years at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in suburban DC. She's a very well-respected climate scientist. She's done a lot of outreach. She's got a TED talk. And so we're going to talk about Project Drawdown and their drawdown roadmap, which is something they've recently released. And and we're not going to get too deep into the weeds, but they're this drawdown. Library highlights 93 science based solutions to stop climate change. We will tackle all 93 of them, but it is very, very detailed. And the science, science based solutions they put together. So we're going to talk to her about the roadmap next week, right ahead of the first day of summer. That's right. That'll be our episode. Also the day after Father's Day, June 19th and up with looking forward to that one. Well, that's going to do it for this week's episode of Across the Sky on behalf of Lee Enterprises and my fellow meteorologist Joe Martucci in Atlantic City, John Sublette in Richmond and myself, Matt Holiner in Chicago. Thanks for listening, everyone. We'll catch you again soon.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
19. Little Feat / Sailin' Shoes (Demo) 20. Black Crowes / It's So Easy to Slip21. Red Wanting Blue / Hey 8422. Lyle Lovett / June 12th 23. Ally Venable w/ Buddy Guy / Texas, Louisiana 24. Nick Schnebelen / Ten Years After, 50 Years Later25. North Mississippi All Stars / See the Moon26. Screaming Cheetah Wheelies / Let the Child Ride 27. Joanne Shaw Taylor / Runaway 28. Melissa Etheridge / I've Been Loving You Too Long 29. Los Lonely Boys / She Came in Through the Bathroom Window (The Beatles) 30. Matt Whipkey / Word (Then Beatles) 31. Marcus King Band / One Day She's Here 32. Bernard Allison / Its a Man Down There33. Charley Crockett / I'm Just a Clown34. Lucinda Williams w/ Bruce Springsteen / New York Comeback Upcoming Shows & Events of InterestJune6 Cure, Fiddler's Green, Denver8 BSO's Biergarten Blues w/Blue House and the Rent to Own Horns: RATHSKELLER BIER HAUS & RESTAURANT, 4524 Farnam St!8 Chicago Blues Festival / Jay Pritzker Pavilion w/ Wayne Baker Brooks, Blind Boys of Alabama with Bobby Rush, Centennial Tribute to Albert King featuring Donald Kinsey, Larry McCray, Rico McFarland, Carl Weathersby and Tony Llorens9 The Bel Airs, The Jewell 9 Chicago Blues Festival - Jay Pritzker Pavilion w/ 70th Anniversary of Delmark Records, Delmark All-Star Band including Dave Specter, Johnny Burgin, Larry Williams, Roosevelt Purifoy, Johnny Iguana, Steve Bell, and Big Ray Featured performances by Bob Stroger, Sharon Lewis, Willie Buck, Dave Weld & Monica Myhre, Linsey Alexander & Nick Alexander, Shirley Johnson, and Willie Hayes and Nora Jean Wallace, Jontavious Willis, Jimmy Burns Band, John Primer and the Real Deal Blues Band- Visit Mississippi Juke Joint Stage (South Promenade) w/ Mzz Reese, Lightnin' Malcolm, Eddie Cotton, Vasti Jackson- Rosa's Lounge (North Promenade) 12-6pm, Daily showcase of Chicago Blues legends and emerging artists that have called Rosa's Lounge home over the last 39 year Stephen Hull, Big Mike and the R&B Kings featuring Sierra Green, Melody Angel, Eddie Taylor - 100th Birthday with the Taylor Family "the Taylor Family, Rico McFarland10 Chicago Blues Festival - Jay Pritzker Pavilion w/ Women in Blues - Deitra Farr, Katherine Davis and Sugar Pie DeSanto, Joe Pratt & The Source One Band, Sugaray Rayford, Demetria Taylor with The Mike Wheeler Band, Mud Morganfield- Visit Mississippi Juke Joint Stage (South Promenade) Chris Gill & The Sole Shakers, Rising Stars Fife & Drum Band, John Primer with Steve Bell, Super Chikan- Rosa's Lounge (North Promenade) 12-6pm w/ Dave Herrero and Friends, Matthew Skoller and Chicago Wind featuring: Precious Taylor, Milwaukee Slim with the Billy Flynn Band, Lynne Jordan and the Shivers, Rosa's Lounge Jam Session with Mary Lane, Lil Ed, Willie Buck, and Billy Branch11 Chicago Blues Festival- Jay Pritzker Pavilion w/ The Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra featuring Terrie Odabi, Stephen Hull, Sheryl Youngblood, Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials, Los Lobos- Visit Mississippi Juke Joint Stage (South Promenade) Duwayne Burnside, Terry “Harmonica” Bean, Zac Harmon, O.B. Buchana- Rosa's Lounge (North Promenade) Wendy and DB with Blues Friends, The Ivy Ford Band, The Bear Williams Band, Gerald McClendon, Melvin Taylor & The Slack Band9-11 Summer Arts Festival13 Jackson Browne, Omaha 13 Counting Crowes, Steelhouse15 BSO's Biergarten Blues w/Bernard Allison: RATHSKELLER BIER HAUS & RESTAURANT, 4524 Farnam St!16 Pam Tillis, Barnato (Village Pointe, Omaha)16 Flaming Lips, Steel18 Father's Day 21 Elvis Costello and Nick Lowe, Steelhouse21 Marcia Ball & Ray Wylie Hubbard, Eureka Springs Auditorium (Arkansas)22 Charlie Crocket, Sokol22 BSO's Biergarten Blues w/Lil' Ed and the Blues Imperials: RATHSKELLER BIER HAUS & RESTAURANT, 4524 Farnam St!29 BSO's Biergarten Blues w/Selwyn Birchwood: RATHSKELLER BIER HAUS & RESTAURANT, 4524 Farnam St!30 Melissa Etheridge & Hermans Hermits, Memorial Park (free show)
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PLAYLIST Pacific St Blues & AmericanaMay 14, 2023“Don't be the best in town. Just be the best until the best comes around.” Buddy GuyRevisit today's show, and our archives at www.podomatic.com/podcasts/KIWRblues.com 1. Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Hubert Sumlin / Killing Floor2. Trombone Shorty / Do to Me 3. Taj Mahal / One for My Baby (and One for the Road) 4. Charles Brown / Trouble Blues5. Ray Charles / The Long and Winding Road 6. Dr. John / I Ate Up the Apple Tree7. Screaming Cheetah Wheelies / Right Place, Wrong Time 8. Keb Mo / Big Yellow Taxi9. Joni Mitchell w/ James Taylor / You Can Close Your Eyes10. Crystal Shawanda / Evil 11. Albert Cummings / Alive and Breathing12. Josh White / Freedom Road 13. Phil Ochs / I Ain't Marching Anymore 14. Staple Singers / We'll Get Over 15. Donny Hathaway / Someday, We'll All Be Free16. Cash Box Kings / Trying So Hard 17. Curtis Salgado / I'd Rather Be Blind 18. Ana Popovic / Strong Taste 19. Ally Venable w/ Joe Bonamassa / Broken and BlueUpcoming Shows & Events of InterestMay15 Beatles Tribute, Orpheum18 Travis, MAY 18 Thursday night at Gene Leahy Mall Ampitheater18 Big Al & The Heavyweights, Philly20 Kris Lager's Conduit, Bourbon Theatre, Lincoln20 Josh Hoyer, The Jewell20 Southern Culture on the Skids, Waiting Room25 Curtis Salgado, Waiting Room 26 Blue Venue @ B. Bar30 Seal and The Buggles, DenverJune1 BSO's Biergarten Blues w/ Rustry Wright and Laurie Morvan: RATHSKELLER BIER HAUS & RESTAURANT, 4524 Farnam St!2 Swampboy @ Soaring Wings Vineyard, Springfield, Nebraska2 Marcia Ball, Eureka Springs, Arkansas3 Soaring Wings Vineyard Blues, Booze & Balloons feat Vaness Collier6 Cure, Fiddler's Green, Denver8 BSO's Biergarten Blues w/Blue House and the Rent to Own Horns: RATHSKELLER BIER HAUS & RESTAURANT, 4524 Farnam St!8 Chicago Blues Festival / Jay Pritzker Pavilion w/ Wayne Baker Brooks, Blind Boys of Alabama with Bobby Rush, Centennial Tribute to Albert King featuring Donald Kinsey, Larry McCray, Rico McFarland, Carl Weathersby and Tony Llorens9 Chicago Blues Festival - Jay Pritzker Pavilion w/ 70th Anniversary of Delmark Records, Delmark All-Star Band including Dave Specter, Johnny Burgin, Larry Williams, Roosevelt Purifoy, Johnny Iguana, Steve Bell, and Big Ray Featured performances by Bob Stroger, Sharon Lewis, Willie Buck, Dave Weld & Monica Myhre, Linsey Alexander & Nick Alexander, Shirley Johnson, and Willie Hayes and Nora Jean Wallace, Jontavious Willis, Jimmy Burns Band, John Primer and the Real Deal Blues Band- Visit Mississippi Juke Joint Stage (South Promenade) w/ Mzz Reese, Lightnin' Malcolm, Eddie Cotton, Vasti Jackson- Rosa's Lounge (North Promenade) 12-6pm, Daily showcase of Chicago Blues legends and emerging artists that have called Rosa's Lounge home over the last 39 year Stephen Hull, Big Mike and the R&B Kings featuring Sierra Green, Melody Angel, Eddie Taylor - 100th Birthday with the Taylor Family "the Taylor Family, Rico McFarland10 Chicago Blues Festival - Jay Pritzker Pavilion w/ Women in Blues - Deitra Farr, Katherine Davis and Sugar Pie DeSanto, Joe Pratt & The Source One Band, Sugaray Rayford, Demetria Taylor with The Mike Wheeler Band, Mud Morganfield- Visit Mississippi Juke Joint Stage (South Promenade) Chris Gill & The Sole Shakers, Rising Stars Fife & Drum Band, John Primer with Steve Bell, Super Chikan- Rosa's Lounge (North Promenade) 12-6pm w/ Dave Herrero and Friends, Matthew Skoller and Chicago Wind featuring: Precious Taylor, Milwaukee Slim with the Billy Flynn Band, Lynne Jordan and the Shivers, Rosa's Lounge Jam Session with Mary Lane, Lil Ed, Willie Buck, and Billy Branch11 Chicago Blues Festival- Jay Pritzker Pavilion w/ The Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra featuring Terrie Odabi, Stephen Hull, Sheryl Youngblood, Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials, Los Lobos- Visit Mississippi Juke Joint Stage (South Promenade) Duwayne Burnside, Terry “Harmonica” Bean, Zac Harmon, O.B. Buchana- Rosa's Lounge (North Promenade) Wendy and DB with Blues Friends, The Ivy Ford Band, The Bear Williams Band, Gerald McClendon, Melvin Taylor & The Slack Band9-11 Summer Arts Festival13 Jackson Browne, Omaha 15 BSO's Biergarten Blues w/Bernard Allison: RATHSKELLER BIER HAUS & RESTAURANT, 4524 Farnam St!16 Flaming Lips, Steel21 Elvis Costello and Nick Lowe, Omaha21 Marcia Ball & Ray Wylie Hubbard, Eureka Springs Auditorium (Arkansas)22 BSO's Biergarten Blues w/Lil' Ed and the Blues Imperials: RATHSKELLER BIER HAUS & RESTAURANT, 4524 Farnam St!29 BSO's Biergarten Blues w/Slewyn Birchwood: RATHSKELLER BIER HAUS & RESTAURANT, 4524 Farnam St!30 Melissa Etheridge & Hermans Hermits, Memorial Park (free show) July 1 Saturday in the Park, Sioux City 6 Larry McCray, Jazz on the Green, Turner Park, Midtown6-8 Zoo Fest, Zoo Bar8 Orchestra plays music of Dr. Dre13 Xperience, Jazz on the Green, Turner Park, Midtown14 Sugaray Rayford & Eddie V, (Playing With Fire)15 Twelve Bar Blues Band, Dom Martin Band, Justin Saladino, Blues Ed (Playing With Fire)15 Tori Amos @ Orpheum19 Little Feat & Leftover Salmon, Orpheum20 Ron Artis II, Jazz on the Green, Turner Park, Midtown25 Tedeshi Trucks Band @ Pinewood Bowl (Lincoln)25 Madonna, Ball Arena, Denver27 Bobby Watson, Jazz on the Green, Turner Park, Midtown28 Diana Krall @ Holland28 Fargo Blues Fest Day #1 w/ Tommy Castro, Sugaray Rayford, Hector Anchondo28 Maha Music Festival29 Boz Scaggs & Keb Mo / Orpheum 29 Fargo Blues Fest Day #2 w/ GA 20, Blood Brothers (Mike Zito & Albert Castiglia) 29 Diana Krall @ Hoyt Sherman, Des Moines30 Keb Mo, Hoyt Sherman (Des Moines) August 1 Rod Stewart, Mission Ballroom, Denver3 Chad Stoner, Jazz on the Green, Turner Park, Midtown4 New American Arts Festival, Benson area5 Gov't Mule / Stir Cove 5 In the Market for Blues (Toronzo Cannon, Hector Anchondo)10 Ana Popovic, Jazz on the Green, Turner Park, Midtown11 A.J. Croce / Admiral 11 Trombone Shorty, Mavis Staples, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Ziggy Marley @ Pinewood Bowl (Lincoln) 11 Thorbjorn Risager & Black Tornado, Samatha Martin & Delta Sugar (Playing With Fire)12 Bywater Call, Joanne Shaw