This week on Under the Radar: You might know that Massachusetts was the first state in the nation to abolish slavery, but you probably haven't heard how a Black man named Quock Walker was instrumental in making that happen. Back in 1754, the state census counted 4,500 enslaved people in Massachusetts. Walker, born to enslaved Black people, was one of them. He self-emancipated at 28 years old. His punishment for leaving was a brutal beating by his former enslaver. Walker took his case to court where he won his freedom. The Walker legal victory became precedent leading to slavery's abolishment in the state. Fast forward to 2022, and Massachusetts is on track to make Quock Walker Day a state holiday, also known as Massachusetts Emancipation Day. Why has it taken so long to learn the story of emancipation in Massachusetts? And will Quock Walker become a household name? GUESTS: State Sen. Cindy Friedman, elected in 2017 to represent the Fourth Middlesex District, which includes Arlington, Billerica, Burlington, Woburn and precincts of Lexington. She filed the Quock Walker Day bill which passed the state senate in February. Sean Osborne, founder of the Association of Black Citizens of Lexington. On Saturday, July 9, 2022, the ABCL is hosting the second annual Quock Walker Day Hike for Freedom. Register here.
In this GCP Short, produced in collaboration with the State of Vermont, Richard is joined by the outgoing Deputy Commissioner of Captive Insurance in the state, David Provost, and his successor Sandy Bigglestone. Dave has announced he would be retiring at the end of the summer, and Sandy, who is currently Director of Captive Insurance at the State of Vermont's Department of Financial Regulation will be taking the reins. In this 20 minute episode, Dave, Sandy and Richard focus on the topics of succession planning, the direction of captive insurance and Sandy's own priorities when she takes the reins at the end of the summer. Richard will be recording an extended 'exit interview' with David Provost at the VCIA annual conference in Burlington 8-11 August. For more information on the VCIA Conference, visit: https://www.vcia.com/ For information on the State of Vermont: https://www.globalcaptivepodcast.com/state-of-vermont You can subscribe to the Global Captive Podcast on iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Spotify or any other podcast app. Contact Richard: email@example.com Visit the website: https://www.globalcaptivepodcast.com/ Follow us on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/global-captive-podcast/
HighStreet Worship Center is a church in Burlington, New Jersey As we prepare to celebrate America's birthday and the freedoms that were secured for us by our forefathers, we want to also focus on all the freedoms that our Heavenly Father secured for us when He sent His Son to the Cross to die in our place and pay the price for our salvation. For any additional Information, please come visit us at www.hswc.us
Studying last year's film, record, performances, and players Kodey takes his crack at the 1A North Central league dissecting returning players and assessing the impact of graduated class of 2022 players while also sifting through some teams in a modified 2A West league. Plenty of content in this jampacked episode for any Colorado football fan! Timestamps: 0:00-2:26 Introduction 2:27-13:14 Burlington Cougars 13:15-21:23 Holyoke Dragons 21:24-34:43 Wiggins Tigers 34:44-44:44 Yuma Indians 44:45-58:02 Wray Eagles 58:03-1:10:52 Limon Badgers 1:11:02-1:17:48 Grand Valley Cardinals 1:17:49-1:23:42 Coal Ridge Titans 1:23:43-1:29:59 Rifle Bears 1:30:00-1:35:43 Aspen Skiers 1:35:44-1:37:20 Announcements and Outro https://linktr.ee/PlaymakersCorner Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlaymakerCorner Tik Tok: Playmakers Corner Instagram: https:https://www.instagram.com/playmakerscorner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlaymakerCorner Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEcv0BIfXT78kNEtk1pbxQ/featured Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/playmakerscorner Website: https://playmakerscorner.com/ Listen to us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4rkM8hKtf8eqDPy2xqOPqr Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cycle-365/id1484493484?uo=4 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-cycle-365 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mODg4MWYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz
Eileen Fauster is a registered Acupuncturist, Holistic Nutritionist and founder of Essential Balance Holistic Health, located in Woodbridge. She helps clients with a variety of health concerns: fertility and hormonal imbalances, digestive issues, food sensitivities, anxiety/depression, joint pain, migraines and chronic health issues. This is part two of two and on this episode, we discuss: Dairy and milk - why it's so hard for the body to digest Cortisol - what spikes it and its relation to stress Impact of coffee and caffein, including its affect on pregnancy Marijuanna - impact on the body You can reach out to Eileen by visiting www.essentialbalance.ca Download a free report: “Why you shouldn't buy investment properties in Oakville, Burlington and other cities in the GTA” __ Subscribe and review today! Youtube Spotify Apple Podcasts Instagram
Isa burns down the studio to defend a Vanessa Hudgens ballad. Kason Hudman is a poet, musician, and the #1 fan of Under the Bleachers. He currently lives in Burlington, VT. He's extremely offline, but you can read his fanfics for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power at https://archiveofourown.org/users/kropotkhristian/. **** Subscribe to our Patreon and get access to patrons-only perks at patreon.com/underthebleacherspod! Find out more at https://under-the-bleachers.pinecast.co
Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers!Games played: Buckle My Shoe submitted by Sean Buddle from Chicago, Illinois, White Broccoli submitted by Dawn Nordquist from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Snake or Chicken submitted by Noah Levine from Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaCallers: Rob & Celia from Royal Oak, Michigan; Wesley from Savannah, Georgia; Kristina & Jeremy from Birmingham, Alabama; Honor from Burlington, North Carolina; Tristian from Queens, New York; Brandon & Amelia from Fredericksburg, VirginiaOutro theme by Brady Brown from Stillwater, OklahomaThis episode sponsored by: Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/GAMESHOW and use the code GAMESHOW to save $5 off!
Who do you trust as a consumer? Why? If you are looking to gain your customer's trust how do you do it? We ask Matt Murray, CEO and Founder of Widewail, a company that focuses on leveraging reputation management to help businesses stand out. A great conversation focusing on this topic and how to build a company who delivers on this promise for their customers. Matt has been a good friend of the show and looking forward to you hearing his thoughts. Great conversation Don't forget to review, share and subscribe to the show. About Matt Murray Matt spent 6 years in the US Navy and went on to hold roles as the VP of Enterprise Strategic Growth and Retail Solutions at Dealer.com/Cox Automotive and GM of Automotive, SVP of Strategic Accounts at Podium. Today, Matt is founder and CEO of Widewail, located at Hula in Burlington, VT. Outside of work, Matt is married to his beautiful wife Angi, Dad to 4 great kids, coach of youth sports and an extraordinarily average guitar player. https://www.widewail.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattmurray1/ About Glenn Pasch: "Everyone finds themselves in charge at some point in their lives. Yet many of us lack the skills to generate consistent results. My goal is to help you learn the skills to adapt and grow in your personal and business life.” Glenn Pasch is CEO of PCG Digital, a full service digital marketing agency that specializes in helping businesses create and deliver customers raving, recommending & returning for more. He is author of 2 books including "The Power of Connected Marketing" and has spoken and educated audiences throughout the US and internationally. Let's Connect: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glennpasch/ Personal Website http://glennpasch.com/ Company website: https://pcgdigital.com/
How a company in South Burlington plans to revolutionize the future of flight. Plus, the Addison County Sheriff is charged with assault, Vermont has a record transportation budget, and changes to Burlington's rules for short-term rentals.
“As long as you're engaging in healthy habits for your body, fueling your body in a good way, doing any movement that you love, we know that you're healthy; and that can look different in lots of different sizes.” Are we obssessing over the speed of our metabolism more than we should? Does our metabolism really slow as we age? In today's conversation, Cassie is joined by Elaina Efird RDN, CD, CEDRD, CSSD, an eating disorders specialist dietitian who practices in Burlington, Vermont as the Lead Dietitian at the Kahm Clinic. Elaina's mission is to help people attain optimal health using effective and technologically sophisticated treatment methods. She has expertise and long term experience in treating eating disorders and disordered eating patterns using metabolic testing and body composition analysis. Elaina prides herself on helping people understand their own bodies while motivating them to reach healthy goals. Elaina explains how metabolic testing is used to measure how many calories someone is burning to see if they are burning more or less than they should. Elaina goes on to explain how eating disorders and disordered eating can impact your metabolism and reminds us that when a person is underfed, they are more likely to use their lean mass (muscles, brain, organ tissue, etc.) to fuel the body. Whether you're curious to learn more about how your body works or you want to learn how to optimise your metabolism, we urge you to give this conversation a listen. You can find more from Elaina on Tiktok and Instagram Episode Highlights: Dietitian's definition of metabolism The impact of calorie restriction on our metabolism Debunking common diets How to increase your metabolism if it's slowed down The relationship between weight and health The long term consequences of dieting How to measure your metabolism Are we friends yet? Come and say hi! Instagram Tiktok Book your FREE Discovery Call and let's reclaim your power around food, together!
Matt is joined by UVM Men's Soccer Head Coach Rob Dow, who is already looking ahead to the next season. It is looking promising following the team's win in last season's America East tournament. Coach Dow talks about his program, especially what he looks for in a player and how Burlington, Vermont, is a beautiful town in which to play and learn.
HighStreet Worship Center is a church in Burlington, New Jersey Today's message deals with the issue of “forgiveness”. This 5th beatitude challenges us to take on the character of Christ and reveals that only those who have experienced God's mercy can then dispense mercy to others. When we fail to do so, we are inviting a life of misery and torment. For any additional Information, please come visit us at www.hswc.us
Today on the Listing Agent Lifestyle podcast, we're talking with Justina Courtney, from Burlington in Canada, just outside of Toronto, where she's been a real estate agent for almost a year and with us at GoGoAgent since January. She's been mailing the Getting Listings program in a very specific area, and she's going all-in to get listings in a particular townhouse community. We had a great conversation about the strategy behind that. She's following a program we developed with Julie Matthews here in Winter Haven, mailing a multiple-week sequence at the peak listing time when people are listing their homes. Julie went from a 0% market share in a particular area to generating five of the next 24 listings that came on the market. A 20% market share. We had a great conversation about this will play out and then talked about some strategies Justina can use to generate business now while waiting for the Getting Listing program to kick in. She's making all the right moves, and has the disciplined execution to make it all happen. Links: Show Notes GoGoAgent.com Be a Guest Listing Agent Lifestyle Book Listing Agent Scorecard
Today: Why are X-Rays walk-in only now? Inflation jumped again and the Bank of Canada is hellbent on raising interest rates. Kraft announces a name chance for Mac & Cheese. 7/11 unveils the PB&J cappuccino. Kat buy firewood at 7/11. Burlington has some really dumb Bylaws. A woman was asked to leave a restaurant over her lack of clothing. A husband gifted his Mom with his wife's pregnancy test. Justin Trudeau & Melanie Joly are traveling together again. Taste of the Danforth is cancelled again. Pride Toronto is expecting a record turnout this weekend. Pee'ing in the ocean should be illegal. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ALSO: A Bennington teenager who was shot during an altercation over the weekend is now facing an attempted murder charge; A U.S. Supreme Court decision will likely have a wide-reaching impact on Vermont's school tuition system; Burlington's pod plan for those experiencing homelessness gets tentative approval; Ten Vermont farmworkers are petitioning U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to close their deportation cases.
Eileen Fauster is a registered Acupuncturist, Holistic Nutritionist and founder of Essential Balance Holistic Health, located in Woodbridge. She helps clients with a variety of health concerns: fertility and hormonal imbalances, digestive issues, food sensitivities, anxiety/depression, joint pain, migraines and chronic health issues. This is part one of two and on this episode, we discuss: Fatty liver (alcohol, processed foods, fast food) The relationship between the gull bladder and the liver Animal fats vs fish Alcohol - which type is the easiest for your body to process? Carbonated drinks (Perrier, Sodastream, Bubly) Sweetners (aspartame, stevia) Nitrates (preservatives - cold cuts, fast food etc) You can reach out to Eileen by visiting www.essentialbalance.ca Download a free report: “Why you shouldn't buy investment properties in Oakville, Burlington and other cities in the GTA” __ Subscribe and review today! Youtube Spotify Apple Podcasts Instagram
ALSO: South Burlington proposes bridge for pedestrians and cyclists over Interstate 89; Vermont is preparing Covid-19 vaccinations for children 6 months through 5 years of age; A Sandgate woman who shot her family's pet dog the day after Christmas has been convicted of a felony.
The Burlington Sock Puppets are the only team in the new-look Appalachian League whose logo was not created by Major League Baseball. In the first-ever group interview on Baseball By Design, designer Dan Simon of Studio Simon is joined by Sock Puppets Owner/Team President Ryan Keur, General Manager Anderson Rathbun, and Assistant General Manager Thomas Vickers to discuss the disagreements and discussions that led to the groundbreaking identity. Burlington Sock Puppets website | Twitter Dan Simon, Studio Simon website | Instagram Baseball By Design Twitter | Instagram | Website Curved Brim Media Network Website | Twitter
ALSO: A campaign called Our Time Is Now aims to help Vermonters with disabilities join the workforce during a major shortage; Two state troopers have been put on paid leave during an investigation into an incident that seriously injured a Newfane man; Two property owners on Howard Street in Burlington are looking to remove one of the largest trees in the city.
We're broadcasting live from the birthplace of the slavery exception clause! From June 18th through 21st, the abolitionist crew are rolling into the grand-daddy of all exception clauses, Vermont, for Juneteenth events. With Curtis Davis, Tribal Raine, Max Parthas, Yusuf Hassan and more! We'll have Spoken Word, a live panel discussion, meet and greet, a BBQ, and on Juneteenth we will broadcast S3-E23 of Abolition Today LIVE FROM VERMONT! Join us at The Richard Kemp Center. 372 N Winooski Ave, Burlington. 7 PM EST US
Trans activists stalk non-compliant gays in Burlington. City mayor Miro Weinberger happy that lesbians and gay men don't feel safe meeting in public. How Vermont descended into a blue fury. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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ALSO: Amtrak service from Burlington to New York City is scheduled to begin on July 29; The Bennington Selectboard has named the members of a new citizen police oversight group; The suspects in a Rutland slaying were arrested in a New Hampshire post office.
Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla takes the show on the road to WVMT in Burlington, Vermont! Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs reacts to the first few Jan. 6th House select committee hearings, and sheds light on the clear bias of this entire investigation. Jimmy talks to U.S. Senate candidate in Vermont Christina Nolan, who explains how her background as a federal prosecutor got her interested in running for office. PLUS, Anchor of “Fox News At Night” Shannon Bream tells us why the Supreme Court has still not released a ruling on a major case that could overturn Roe V. Wade. [00:00:00] The people running our country don't know what they're doing [00:38:10] The Jan. 6th hearings aren't getting the ratings Dems were hoping for [00:56:36] Rep. Andy Biggs [01:08:21] Christina Nolan [01:14:56] Democrats still aren't speaking out about violence against SCOTUS justices [01:33:20] Shannon Bream Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Episode 91 – A Cavalcade of Clips & Work Crews. It is a collection of Norm’s show hours from June 16th and June 25th, 1995. Hope Schauer, Mike Epstein and someone named Ed St. Clair, not to be confused with Eddie LeClair, producing. A lot of the calls heard here are in-progress, a bit choppy, cut short, and unnamed but, as always, just so darn entertaining. It all begins with Louie talking about how radio was changing. We hear from Chauncey and eating rubber chicken in Canada? A caller who entertains with his wife at the Boathouse in Hyannis, the Brandy Barrel in Lynn, and Natalie’s in Danvers. Quick hit from a guest on at 4am from across the pond who ewrote a book on Lorenz Hart. There's some random musical interlude. Then we move to a broadcast from WCCM in Lawrence MA with former WBZ producer Sid Whittaker doing the news! The host was Bruce Arnold and what I believe to be his producer, Eric. There’s some behind the scenes talk about a ‘Countdown to Weather.’ Then a scandal erupted to my ears! They play something called The Birthday Game?! Eric, Sid and a caller take guesses on a couple of celebrity birthdays to be entered to win a gift certificate to The Pasta Shack - We shall return this this later. Next up is Paul Drake doing traffic for Boston’s Business Station, WBNW. That guy sounds familiar. Then some traffic with ‘Paul’ Jack Harte for WBZ We get lots of Norm Show opens throughout this episode. Norm teases an upcoming guest, Phil Kaufman. Some More Jack Harte traffic. Let’s now jump to Norm and Jack talking. I had clipped out an article on The Zipper Lane and the wacky machine that moves the little barriers on the SE Expressway. Norm was fascinated by the whole thing. They have cameras monitoring all of it and this leads to a discussion on all sorts of cable channels dedicated to all sorts of camera feeds. Norm has a particularly good idea that you’ll have to wait to hear. There’s even a mention of the long-lost Store 24. They may have something here since Norm would have never believed there would be a channel totally dedicated to weather (TWC) yet here we are! Norm tells us of another upcoming guest Tom Hamil, editor of Collecting Toys Magazine. Another Jack Traffic report. Let’s take some more calls: Jim from the Burlington, Vermont area Next caller is a musician and soloist. Plays a variety of string instruments. Does comedy and offbeat stuff. Plays a regular gig in Boston on a night when Norm’s not on. He won’t recognize Norm by sight, so he’ll have to do his best work all the time just in case he shows up. During this we hear some wisdom from Norm’s grandfather. Jack Harte in traffic again! A caller complimenting Norm. One from whereabouts unknown, talking about shooting pigeons in the park from 6pm to dusk. We take a moment to understand how to use clothes on the clothesline to find the wind direction? Thankfully this was very ‘brief.’ Next caller, Chris, talking about old time radios, the Antique Radio Association and the N.E. Antique Radio Club, Hosts a program called ‘Let’s Talk Showbiz’ on WOMR down on the Cape in Provincetown. There’s VERY Quick call from Foster Brooks? Next up is Frank, continues the old radio talk tubes and testers Then our old friend Glenn from Brighton is on the line. His friend Eleanor in Quincy is afraid of balconies. Glenn has a foolproof solution you’ll want to hear and maybe even try. There’s some discussion of The Shadow, Kato (Not to be confused with Kato Kalin) and Margo Lane. Hillary from Bu
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A recent post on the local Facebook group, Gardner, MA-What's Going On? Ask the question, ‘What does Gardner MA need to do to make it a destination city? The term ‘destination city' has entered our modern lexicon only recently. Generally, it refers to a community that may contain any number of positive economic and cultural characteristics that make it attractive to both local residents and visitors from far and wide. To be a destination city these days means your community is a place people want to visit, transact business in and maybe even dream of living in. But what makes for a destination city? How do they develop? Why would we want to be a destination city? I'm writing to you right now from the HULA co-working center along the banks of Lake Champlain in Burlington, VT. This section of town along with the entirety of the city contains countless features, developed over the last 40 years that make this community a true destination. Learn about Burlington's transformation under CEDO director Bruce Seifer on SMG's ‘Are We Here Yet?' Podcast. I'm here for a conference and each time I come back to Burlington I'm struck by several key factors that make this a dynamic environment. Work with what you got. Burlington has some incredible natural assets. No less than a stunning view of the Adirondack Mountains across the 6th largest lake in the United States. But how can our city compete with that? You ask? There are countless examples. Closer to home, who amongst us would have said 30 years ago, ‘Let's hang out at the mills and learn about industry,' and spend all day in museums, art centers and restaurants in downtown Lowell, MA? Burlington spent considerable attention on integrating its natural, economic and human assets. 40 years on, it shows. Who are the People in your neighborhood? Much of what works in a destination city happens because local leadership is constantly ensuring that citizens are heard, and neighborhood responsive solutions are sought and executed in the marketplace. Neighborhood Planning Committees, robust public comment mechanisms and a high percentage of engaged citizens. These are just three precepts of a community that is actively developing itself according to the needs and desires of its people. People responsive communities attract and retain, you guessed it, people. How would you rate your community on this measure? Resiliency: We can't give up. Entrepreneurs know this. Developers know this. The inertia to remain the same is profound. So is the need by those who benefit from the status quo to keep things as they are. Leadership and citizens including a majority of a community's business community have to be in the game for the long term. They must be working together from the same gameplan. They must believe together in the same fundamental precepts; the what, where, why and how of their city's development plan. And like that entrepreneur or developer, they cannot give up until the job is complete. Find one great example of resiliency in our interview with Melinda Moulton, Main St. Landing January 2022. It starts with the right fundamentals. Larry Bird, the legend of the Boston Celtics, was a firm believer that one can only achieve great things if one is obsessive over their fundamentals. This insistence showed in the consistent results of play he had over his career. Cities only become destinations when the underlying economy is sound. In our current world, communities must cultivate home-grown primary employers first before they can support those trendy, ‘downtown' businesses that citizens generally think of when they are dreaming of destination cities. And in our current economy this means a focus on encouraging the growth of businesses across industries that focus on innovation. Specifically, in the business of constantly creating the next generation of their product or service or entirely different products and services as part of their normal long-term life cycle. Products become commodified and are sent overseas for production. No matter, the company has the next gen model underway to be locally produced. Take this fundamental precept, ensure your community generates diversity of firms across a wide spectrum of employee size, industry and property needs and you will soon find yourself attracting yet more innovators from beyond your borders as well. This dynamism can play out over the long-term and reaps benefits for generations. Programs such as the National Center for Economic Gardening have lead the way in this realm. Without a sound underlying economy, you don't create a destination city, your create a tourist trap. Find out more about this approach from Chris Gibbons on SMG's ‘Are We Here Yet?' podcast March 2021. There is more we could discuss but for now, perhaps the most important part to embrace is to know that, countless cities have had to re-invent themselves. Millions of hard-working enterprising citizens throughout the world right now are experiencing similar challenges. There is massive amounts of data; scenarios in great detail on what has worked and what has not in the past. So, we're not alone. We need to embrace the need for change. We need to embrace our unity with those also on this journey. We need to start believing in a brighter future by first believing in ourselves.
Dr. Daniela Toro is Board Certified Orthodontist with a private practice in Burlington, MA. She became the owner of Burlington Orthodontics 6 years ago. She is originally from Venezuela and moved to the US to pursue her MSD in Orthodontics and DMD degree from Boston University. She is married to her highschool sweetheart, Cesar, and is the mother of three young daughters, Sofia (7), Emilia (5) and Daniela (2y). She is also a former clinical instructor at the Orthodontic Department at Boston University and currently invited to participate in lectures. Dr. Toro is also on a personal journey to create awareness about the risks of breast implants. Having had breast implants placed 17 years ago without knowing any risks and implications of breast implant illness or BII, she has dedicated herself to educate other women. After learning about BII and seeing it first hand, being a mother of three young daughters, she decided to have explant surgery to remove her breast implants. She is very open about her experience and has guided many other women in their explant journeys as well. She believes that information is power.
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Keegan Albaugh, from Burlington, Vermont, always knew he wanted to be a dad. He and his partner Stephanie happily welcomed their first child in 2016 and their second in 2018. Fatherhood has been as wonderful and as joyful as Keegan thought it might be. He also knew there would be challenges, but what he didn't realize is the lack of resources and support for new dads in his community. Stephanie had several resources at her disposal, but Keegan found nothing that met his needs. Today, new dads in Vermont have a multi-faceted resource called Dad Guild. My guest on today's episode of Catching Your Memories is Dad Guild's Executive Director — none other than Keegan Albaugh.
Ian Poulin is a young investor, construction company owner and realtor. He does it all while working a full time job at Volkswagen. On this episode, we discuss: How he juggles having a FT job and running 2 additional businesses How he grew his construction business as a side hustle Important things to note when hiring trades Setting standards and making sure his construction sites stay clean Creating systems to make sure trades work in an efficient sequence Some of the tools he uses to manage his time and businesses You can reach out to Ian by visiting ianpoulin.com Download a free report: “Why you shouldn't buy investment properties in Oakville, Burlington and other cities in the GTA” __ Subscribe and review today! Youtube Spotify Apple Podcasts Instagram
In this chat with Guido Masé, one of my herbal heroes, you'll hear the many, many gifts of Yarrow. Then, we get a glimpse into what's on Guido's mind these days. This conversation is a real treat. I love how Guido weaves together many seemingly different pieces of herbalism, whether it's chemical constituents, heart centered healing, or even mythology and folklore. He also perfectly summarizes why I love being an herbalist. You'll also receive instant access to a FREE recipe card with Guido's instructions for how to make yarrow powder from the fresh plant. I love this recipe for many reasons. One is that yarrow powder is a truly wondrous healer for cuts and scrapes. This is one remedy you'll never want to be without! Another is that rather than letting any part of the plant go to waste, Guido also shares how you can process and use the yarrow stalks to cast the I Ching, a traditional Chinese oracular system. For those of you who don't know him already, Guido Masé is an herbalist and garden steward, specializing in therapeutic herbalism and the pharmacology of plants and mushrooms. He spent his childhood in Italy, in the central Alps, in a Renaissance town called Ferrara. After traveling the United States, he settled into Vermont where he has been living since 1996. He is a founder, faculty member, and clinical supervisor at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, a 501(c)(3), nonprofit herbal medicine clinic and school. He serves as herbalist, principal scientist, and chief formulator at Traditional Medicinals, where he works on herbal teas, supplements, bitters, and tonics. He is a founding member of the Railyard Apothecary in Burlington, Vermont, where he works as part of a collaborative clinical practice. He's the author of the The Wild Medicine Solution: Healing with Aromatic, Bitter, and Tonic Plants, as well as the book DIY Bitters. Listen in for: ► Why yarrow is one of Guido's most beloved herbal allies ► What makes plants and herbal medicine, in Guido's words, a chemistry of communion ► How medicinal compounds tell a story (quite literally) Show snippet: “So many incredible things from Yarrow, as well as its shining beauty in the field or in the garden, make this perhaps my most beloved ally.” ---- Get full show notes and more information at: http://herbswithrosaleepodcast.com/ (herbswithrosaleepodcast.com) For more behind-the-scenes of this podcast, follow https://www.instagram.com/rosaleedelaforet/ (@rosaleedelaforet) on Instagram! The secret to using herbs successfully begins with knowing who YOU are. Get started by taking my free Herbal Jumpstart course when you https://bit.ly/3EtBEqe (sign up for my newsletter). If you enjoy the Herbs with Rosalee podcast, we could use your support! Please consider leaving a 5-star rating and review and sharing the show with someone who needs to hear it! On the podcast, we explore the many ways plants heal, as food, as medicine, and through nature connection. Each week, I focus on a single seasonal plant and share trusted herbal knowledge so that you can get the best results when using herbs for your health. Learn more about Herbs with Rosalee at http://herbswithrosalee.com/ (herbswithrosalee.com). ---- Rosalee is an herbalist and author of the bestselling book https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/140195006X/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=metvalher-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=140195006X&linkId=015132911186b966727b15dabec8da5d (Alchemy of Herbs: Transform Everyday Ingredients Into Foods & Remedies That Heal) and co-author of the bestselling book https://amzn.to/3a2G3R4 (Wild Remedies: How to Forage Healing Foods and Craft Your Own Herbal Medicine). She's a registered herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild and teaches many popular online courses. Read about how Rosalee went from having a terminal illness to being a bestselling author in...
THE START OF A NEW CHAPTER(ISH)! The Buttonista is back on the mic, this time live on tape at Switchback Brewing Co. in Burlington, Vermont.From the most loved aspects of a recent trip to Atlanta to which SPAC show is on the busy adult social calendar, tune into catch up on the latest happenings and #NobodyAskedMeBut style hot takes.EPISODE NOTES: Introducing Cap'n Jack to Episode 101 (0:42)ASMR ft. Switchback Brewing Co. (1:02)Hotlanta, but with minimal outfit pics (2:53)The perks of being your authentic, trendy self at your own wedding (5:28)A new debate: team shades open or shades closed? (10:06)Jack's strange sleeping situation (12:22)Looking forward to a SPAC summer with LiveNation (15:05)The Buttonista's upcoming fashion faux pas…maybe (16:24)Making time in your schedule and wallet for self-care at Spa Mirbeau (22:36)Interview with Siri about Apple's new texting update (24:14)Anti anti-“hot girl summer” (26:39)One millionaire's trash is a Buttonista's treasure (29:25)This show is best enjoyed with a Miller Lite.Get your LiveNation tickets to SPAC at livenation.com and see John Mulaney live on Friday, June 10Take advantage of Spa Mirbeau's experience and book a spa service in the Albany location at spamirbeau.com
This week, Jake goes out with Rachel Gurjar, chef and associate food editor of Bon Appétit. The two discuss their favorite hometown foods — Jake's in Burlington, Vt. and Rachel's in Mumbai, India — the going out scene in Mumbai vs. New York, and their favorite light night snacks. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
From sketch books to glassware, lighting or toilets, Zach Puchowitz's raw aesthetic, in combination with humorous, self-reflective drawings and scribbled thoughts, are inspired by daily life, inner psyche struggles, low-brow art, subculture and guys from the neighborhood. From his Hot Rod Derby Cars to his Punished Head series to The Idiots, The Kennys and Billy B., Puchowitz's stunning sculpting skills continue to amaze fans and collectors alike. Even the Corning Museum of Glass (CMOG), Corning, New York, couldn't resist Puchowitz's work and recently acquired his Hot Rod Derby Car #2 for its permanent collection. This functional pipe in the form of a hollow, colorless flameworked car features a bald eagle, two conical black and colorless headlights with diamond-patterning, and a rectangular red-, white-, and yellow-striped license plate reading “WOODY” applied to back. The main character is a flameworked rider with rubber boots, exposed midriff, red fabric bandana, black mohawk with red and yellow tips, and the Anarchy symbol on one side of his head. Currently living and working in Barcelona, Spain, Puchowitz first experienced glassmaking in 1998. He became addicted very quickly and built his first lampworking studio in ‘99 as well as began studying glass at the Tyler School of Art. While learning that “the glass moves when it's hot,” the artist was able to develop his understanding of the arts and glass as a material. He sharpened his hand skills in flameworking and furnace glass studio processes while developing his signature aesthetic. After graduating in 2003, Puchowitz spent a year in Burlington, Vermont, as a resident artist at local glass shops. Needing more perspective, he traveled throughout Europe for three months while he grew out his beard and pondered life. He worked alongside with the late Venetian Maestro, ELio Quarisa, as his teaching assistant. Upon returning to his native Philadelphia, and after shaving his face, Puchowitz established his own multiformat glass shop. In 2007, he began transforming the space that would later become Ouchkick. Since then, Puchowitz has dabbled in different avenues of the conventional glass artist by returning to his Alma mater to present slide lectures and teaching at local glass shops. The artist has exhibited his work at galleries in Philadelphia, NYC, LA, Denver, SOFA Chicago, Scope Miami as well as many other unconventional events and marketplaces, becoming well-known in the subculture of heady art and glass making. Puchowitz will be throwing down a few weekend workshops in Barcelona. The classes will run from 12 – 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Workshops include demos, torch time with instruction, glass, etc. Only six seats are available per class: June 11, 12 – Pipemaking 101 workshop; June 25, 26 – Pipemaking 101 workshop; and July 2, 3 – Pro Class –Sculpting. To apply, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put 101 in the subject title and indicate your level of glass experience. Any questions or to find out more details feel free to DM on Instagram @ouchkick. Puchowitz will also teach a workshop in 2023 at CMOG.
This week on the Hemp Podcast, Lancaster Farming talks to farmers around the country and the world about spring planting — what they've got in the ground, how much hemp they're growing this year, what conditions are like in the field, and more. We talk to several Pennsylvania farmers, as well as folks in Missouri, Kansas, North Carolina, Michigan and more, including an exclusive interview with Roman Fedorowycz, an American farmer who's been living and farming in Ukraine for over 30 years. He runs a 5,000-acre farm in the western part of the country, where he usually grows various grains and vegetables, and, of course, hemp. But things are a little different this year. Fedorowycz talks about the atrocities committed by the Russian army and how that's affecting agriculture in Ukraine, considered to be one of the breadbaskets of the world. “This year, we have a number of issues,” he said. “Number one, since the ports are blocked and Ukraine is one of the biggest exporters...of corn, soybeans, sunflower oil and things like that, we can't get our products to go out of the main ports in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov because of the Russian blockade. “The other issue is that where the fighting is going on in the south, the east and the northeast, obviously there's no spring planting going on and there'll be no harvest going on. “And on top of that, many regions west of Kiev and north of Kiev and east of Kiev were mined by the Russians when they were pushed out. I have many friends who have thousands and thousands of acres that they have to be de-mined or remove unexploded artillery and other things out of their fields. So many of those farmers are not planting this year,” Fedorowycz said. This week's guests include: Eric Trajtenberg from Paradise Hemp Farm in West Grove Pennsylvania where he's a growing small batch CBD. https://www.paradisehempfarm.com/ & https://pahemplawyer.com/ Mike Murray from Moka Hemp in Burlington, Pennsylvania, where they focus on smokable CBD flower. https://www.mokahemp.com/ Rusty Peterson with Essen Atlas and Align Agro in Michigan, where they're growing fiber varieties. https://www.alignagro.com/ Victor-Alan Weeks from 404 Twenty in Caswell County, North Carolina, where he and his business Partner Jalen Madden are focused on CBD production. Jeff Limbaugh from Midwest Natural Fiber in Sikeston, Missouri, where they're growing hundreds of acres of fiber hemp and other crops. https://www.midwestnaturalfiber.com/ Aaron Baldwin from South Bend Industrial Hemp in South Bend Kansas, where they're working with a network of farmers to grow several thousand acres of dual crop fiber & grain. https://www.southbendindustrialhemp.com/ Roman Fedorowycz from Ukr Hemp Seeds in Ukraine who tells us about the atrocities of Russia's war on Ukraine and how that's affecting spring planting there. http://ukrhempseed.online/ Raphael Cutrufello from Hezekiah Jones in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. http://www.hezekiahjones.com/ Steve Groff from Cedar Meadow Farm in Holtwood, PA, where's got fiber, grain and CBD varieties. https://cedarmeadow.farm/ Dale Norely from Tasunka Farm Organics in Birchrunville, PA, where this year she grew smokable flower in the greenhouse over winter and wholesale seedlings this spring. Right now they are doing maintenance on their fields and will be planting outdoors again next year. Special Thanks to our sponsors: IND HEMP https://indhemp.com/ West Town Bank https://www.westtownbank.com/hemp/
A visual artist known for her hand-cut, wall-mounted paper forms and immersive, site-specific sculptures. Crystal's colorful work exudes wonder and whimsy while being constructed from humble everyday materials like chicken wire and repurposed children's birthday party tablecloths. Her sprawling installations can be seen bursting off of gallery walls and engulfing the outside of buildings from Lodz, Poland to Burlington, Vermont. She earned a BFA from the Atlanta College of Art in 2004 and received her MFA from the University of Tennessee in 2008. After a brief stint of teaching art at a college-level for five years, Crystal left academia to focus exclusively on her studio practice. She achieved her greatest notoriety for her immense, biomorphic site works that envelop the interiors and exteriors of buildings. These exuberant, boldly colored forms have a robust, eye-popping appeal. She is booked for installations in Miami, Arizona, Italy, Switzerland and France. On this episode, multi-dimensional wonder worker Crystal Wagner explains how she produced some of her most explosive works, tells us what it means to be an art generator and reveals that she has a tattoo of an exacto knife.
Dave and Ethan review the May 8, 2022 “Weird Al” Yankovic concert at The Flynn in Burlington, Vermont from The Unfortunate Return Of The Ridiculously Self-Indulgent Ill-Advised Vanity Tour.
Bro. Jed Henson preached this sermon at Refuge Holiness Tabernacle in Burlington, KY. Rev. Tim Webb is the pastor. AUDIO is courtesy of Refuge Holiness Tabernacle.church Website: https://www.refugeholinesstabernacle.com/