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The Drive with Lon Tay & Derek Piper
10/13/21 Hour 1: Former Centennial/Parkland Pitcher Luke Smith In-Studio! Talking Cardinals, MLB, Pitching

The Drive with Lon Tay & Derek Piper

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 53:06


Lon and Derek chat with former Centennial, Parkland and Louisville pitcher Luke Smith!

Omni Talk
Ask An Expert | Making The Mall Of America Shoppable Online With Jesse Michael & Grant Buntje

Omni Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 32:37


Jesse Michael, Managing Director at Adeptmind, returns to the Omni Talk Ask An Expert Series with Mall of America's VP Marketing Grant Buntje to discuss all that it takes to make the Mall of America shoppable online. When Omni Talk last spoke with Jesse, we learned about Adeptmind's first foray into making a mall shoppable online based on their work with Centennial's MainPlace mall, where together Centennial and Adeptmind made nearly 2.0 million skus available for online delivery and pickup. Flash forward a mere 4 months later, Adeptmind has now brought these same capabilities to life at the symbol of American mall-based retailing, the Mall of America. In this podcast, Jesse and Grant discuss with Chris Walton and Anne Mezzenga what it took to bring the effort to fruition, their lessons learned, and where they plan to take the concept next just in time for the holidays. Everyone is talking about making malls shoppable online right now and there is a lot of smoke and mirrors out there about how to get it done -- this interview gives it to you straight from two people who are out there living it and making it happen on a massive scale.

Coffee & Kettlebells
Getting Your Groove Back in Your Late 30's, Leaving the Rut Behind, and Creating a Future That Otherwise Wouldn't Exist With Zulie Humphrey

Coffee & Kettlebells

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 21:27


Morgan welcomes Zulie Humphrey to the podcast today. She is a Burn Boot Camp multi-unit Franchise Partner of the Centennial and Summerlin North, NV locations which are still in the beginning phases! Zulie has an amazing story that will inspire many. She left her home country to be with the man she loves, who didn't speak a lick of Spanish when she didn't speak a lick of English. NOW they are the parents to three amazing kids and she found her groove in her late 30's because of Burn Boot Camp!Morgan and Zulie discuss taking leaps of faith, what's on the other side of your comfort zone, and the systems that you need to have in place in order to take care of your mental health. The journey for Zulie to become a business owner was not a linear path; and she shares her trials and tribulations with communication bariers, opening a gym, what motivates her, and what she is looking forward to most with the Grand Opening of her two new locations!To learn more about franchising with Burn Boot Camp, please visit https://franchise.burnbootcamp.com/ or to join the family, and become a member today, visit: https://burnbootcamp.com/

WPGU News
October 4, 2021

WPGU News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 4:09


Centennial high school student killed in a shooting, FAFSA now open, Midwest governors sign bill promoting an electric vehicle charging network, construction in Champaign and more. Hosted by Josie Alameda Stories by Madison Holcomb, Nathalie Murillo, Tara Mobasher, Jane Knight and Anne McKeown Music by Boxout Support this podcast

Waco History Podcast
Mark Firmin - Cameron Park Series

Waco History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 68:16


Dr. Sloan talks with Mark Firmin the author of William Cameron Park: A Centennial History, about Cameron Park in Waco.

Liberation Audio
Paulo Freire's centennial: Political pedagogy for revolutionary organizations

Liberation Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 17:24


All revolutionary processes are educational. From organizing meetings and study groups to writing protest speeches and propaganda before the revolutionary moment to creating new revolutionary educational and cultural institutions and training teachers and specialists after the seizure of power, revolution is educational through and through. Yet exactly what kind of educational operations does revolution entail, and how can we understand and practice them? It is precisely these questions that Paulo Freire addressed in his classic work, Pedagogy of the Oppressed. One hundred years after his birth in the Brazilian state of Pernambuco, Freire's name is widely recognized and, relatively speaking, so too is his canonical text. Yet the book is referenced or discussed more than it is deeply engaged. This is particularly evident when Freire's work is severed from its revolutionary Marxist orientation [1]. While it's often taken as an abstract guide-book for how to teach, Pedagogy of the Oppressed is really a theoretical reflection on his own experiences teaching peasants how to read and write, a theory he extends to revolutionary movements, leadership, and organization. After spending 70 days in prison for “treachery” [teaching poor peasants to read and write], he was exiled from Brazil following the military junta in 1964. He eventually settled in Chile, which is where he wrote Pedagogy of the Oppressed. The book has been targeted by the right wing in the U.S. (it is currently banned from public schools in Arizona). It addresses the educational components of revolutionary movements and, as such, it is littered with references to Marx, Lenin, Fanon, and others. Specifically, the book is concerned with how the revolutionary leadership pushes the struggle forward, or how it teaches and learns from the masses in struggle. Read the full article: https://liberationschool.org/paulo-freire-and-revolutionary-leadership/

CFR On the Record
Centennial Speaker Series Session 5: Comparative Demographic Trends & Their Implications

CFR On the Record

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021


Nicholas Eberstadt discusses U.S. demographic exceptionalism and how demographic trends will drive policymaking in the 21st century. This meeting is the fifth session in CFR's speaker series, The 21st Century World: Big Challenges & Big Ideas, which features some of today's leading thinkers and tackles issues ​that will define this century. The series commemorates CFR's centennial and will be released as a podcast later this year. Our first session on April 13 featured Margaret MacMillan on “What Are the Lessons of History for Our Era?,” the second session on May 4 featured Anne Applebaum on “Can Democracy Survive?,” the third with Nicholas Stern on “Will Climate Change Us Before We Change It?” took place on June 16, and the fourth on July 15 with Minouche Shafik on “Balancing the Role of Government and Markets.”

103.7 The Buzz
JALEN CATALON presented by Centennial Bank on the SWNN

103.7 The Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 9:10


JALEN CATALON presented by Centennial Bank on the SWNN by 103.7 The Buzz

Nashville Daily
(Pumpkin) Spice Up Your Fall | Episode 634

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 38:23


Will you get fired up about a new restaurant heating up for its launch in 12 South? The restaurant of the year award may go to this Justin Timberlake backed restaurant set to fully open this month. Plus, we bring you a sneak peak of events coming your way during the fall season in Nashville.Become a subscriber! Visit us at https://www.patreon.com/nashvilledailyTake a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursTEXT US: 615-392-1358Today's Sponsor: Screened ThreadsUse the Code "NashvilleDaily" for 10% off online and in-storehttps://screenedthreads.com/Nash NewsNew restaurant, Emery Wood Fired, opening in 12South neighborhood - https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2021/09/09/emery-wood-fired-restaurant-opening-12south-food.htmlJustin Timberlake-backed rooftop bar officially opens in downtown Nashvillehttps://fox17.com/news/local/justin-timberlake-backed-rooftop-bar-officially-opens-in-downtown-nashville-broadway-country-music-singer-event-the-twelve-thirty-clubWhat to expect for Fall 2021? Goblins and Giggles | Sep. 10th - Oct. 31st | Gaylord Opryland https://www.marriott.com/en-us/hotels/bnago-gaylord-opryland-resort-and-convention-center/entertainment/fall-at-gaylord-opryland/Cheekwood Harvest | Sep. 18th - Oct 31st | Cheekwoodhttps://cheekwood.org/calendar/cheekwood-harvest/Lucky Ladd Farms | Sep. 18th - Oct. 31st | Lucky Laddhttps://luckyladdfarms.com/index.htmlAmericana Music Festival | Sep. 22nd - 25th | https://americanamusic.org/about-americanafestPilgrimage Festival | Sep. 25th - Sep. 26th | Harlinsdale Farmhttps://pilgrimagefestival.com/Nashville Film Festival | Sep. 30th - Oct. 6th |https://nashvillefilmfestival.org/Tennessee Honey Festival | Oct. 3rd | Bicentennial Parkhttps://tennesseehoneyfestival.com/Tennessee Craft Fair | Oct. 8th - 10th | Centennial https://tennesseecraft.org/events/craft-fairs/Boo at the Zoo | Oct. 15th - Oct. 31st | Nashville Zoo https://www.nashvillezoo.org/Pumpkinfest in Franklin | Oct. 30th | Franklin https://downtownfranklintn.com/pumpkinfest/Nashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASHWebsite -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnashInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/Twiter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nashNASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.lifeArtists can submit songs to be featured here https://forms.gle/mtkxUCFds7g9e2466

RecTech: the Recruiting Technology Podcast
Checkr Hiring, New Sourcing Tool, DHI bought who?

RecTech: the Recruiting Technology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 7:40


Checkr, a leading HR technology company powering the future of work, will open its third headquarters in Orlando, creating more than 600 new jobs in the next three years. The company, which leverages AI to make background checks faster, easier, and more compliant, will invest $2.7 million in the region. “We would like to thank the leaders of the City of Orlando, Orange County, and the state of Florida for their assistance in finding our new company home in the region,” said Checkr's Chief Operations and Human Resources Officer Linda Shaffer. “As we grow we need more employees to join our team of engineers, developers, customer service representatives, and support staff to fulfill our mission at Checkr to build a fairer future by designing technology to create opportunities for all. We look forward to hiring a diverse group of candidates in Orlando, including fair chance hires, and have already started recruiting.” “We look forward to hiring a diverse group of candidates in Orlando,” Checkr COO Linda Schaffer said.Tweet this Checkr, a privately held company that just last week announced it has raised $250 million in a Series E round valuing the company at $4.6 billion, has dual headquarters in San Francisco and Denver, and adds Orlando as the company's third headquarters.  https://hrtechfeed.com/checkr-will-bring-600-jobs-to-new-orlando-regional-headquarters/ YouCruit raises $11.5M USD to further fuel the growth of Lanefinder, it's Vertical Labor Marketplace for the US Trucking Industry. Lanefinder provides a job search and matching platform completely tailored to the wants and needs of truck drivers who have historically had to rely on word of mouth referrals and general job sites to find work.  “With Lanefinder, a driver can find exactly what he or she is looking for in a matter of seconds instead of spending days plowing through job sites, taking 30-40 recruiter calls or chatting up other drivers at truck stops. We believe all skilled labor markets will expect and demand this type of job search efficiency in the future and Lanefinder is now leading the way in arguably the most important industry in the US.” Says Patrick Gilmore, Co-Founder and CTO. As opposed to the typical Pay Up Front advertising models job sites offer trucking companies today, Lanefinder does not charge anything for having their jobs searchable on the platform. Lanefinder instead offers a Pay Per Hire, performance based model for companies who need to recruit at greater speed.  https://hrtechfeed.com/youcruit-raises-11-5m-usd-for-trucking-job-search-platform/ In a surprising move the owner of Dice has invested in employer branding platform, The Muse. The partnership will sell ‘corporate branding and values-based hiring solutions to give employers a competitive edge amidst tight recruitment market‘. Could this move lead to an eventual merger? Was this a life line for The Muse or simply a smart pairing of complimentary services? – Chris Russell      CENTENNIAL, Colo., Sept. 8, 2021 — DHI Group, Inc. (NYSE: DHX) the leading provider of AI-powered technology-focused career marketplaces, today announced a $3 million investment in The Muse,  a values-based career destination for the next gen workforce to search for jobs and research companies & careers.  The investment will be used to support the expansion of The Muse's product development and sales efforts to meet the increasing market demand for its unique values based employer discovery offerings.  Terms of the planned transaction are not being disclosed at this time. In addition to the investment, the two companies will work together to develop joint sales, thought leadership and product solutions to better serve their respective stakeholders https://hrtechfeed.com/dhi-group-to-invest-3-million-in-the-muse/ FlexJobs, a premium online job service for professionals seeking remote and flexible work, announced the acquisition of Job-Hunt.org, an award-winning career website offering expert resources and guides to improving one's job search. This strategic move will equip job seekers with valuable, insightful, and up-to-date career advice to help them navigate job searching in today's market. “I have been a long-time fan of Job-Hunt's dedication to high-quality content around the many varied and sometimes quite challenging aspects of job searching,” said Sara Sutton, founder and CEO of FlexJobs. “Bringing Job-Hunt under the FlexJobs umbrella is a natural extension of FlexJobs' mission to help job seekers be successful in their job search and career, and we are excited to connect even more people to the incredible wealth of resources that Job-Hunt.org offers,” Sutton concluded.  With more than 1,000 articles by job search and career experts, Job-Hunt provides information to help job seekers better understand today's job search. Job-Hunt's guides cover more than fifty topics by renowned career experts.  “For over 20 years, I saw a desperate need for people to understand online job search, and my goal for Job-Hunt was to help people smartly, safely, and efficiently find their new jobs,” said Susan Joyce, Job-Hunt's chief writer, editor, and publisher since 1998. “FlexJobs was founded under a very similar premise, with a specific focus on safe job searching for flexible jobs. Both companies have made helping the job seeker their number one priority from the beginning, and I know that this acquisition will strengthen that mission and help even more job seekers be successful in their job searches,” Joyce concluded. https://hrtechfeed.com/flexjobs-announces-acquisition-of-the-popular-job-hunt-blog/ QJumpers, an innovative sourcing and recruitment software provider, today announced its newest product, AI Talent Sourcing. The tool scours publicly available information and uses artificial intelligence to find, rank and engage highly qualified, passive job candidates that previously could not be found through traditional sourcing and advertising methods. AI Talent Sourcing is an offshoot of another product launched two years ago which was embedded into the QJumpers Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Due to client demand, QJumpers has released a new and improved version that can be used independently of the ATS. Recruiters can either paste a job description into the tool and let the AI generate its own candidate search specification, or they can create their own. AI Talent Sourcing then presents a list of candidates ranked by how well they match this search criteria. Candidate profiles are created by combining pieces of information from publicly available data, such as networking sites, social media, company websites and blogs. The results can be refined further by specifying preferences such as location, skills, education, and years' experience. It can also be used for diversity hiring. https://hrtechfeed.com/hr-tech-bytes-driverreach-qjumpers/

Empathy Media Lab
176. Voices from the Centennial March to Blair Mountain - Organized by the United Mine Workers of America

Empathy Media Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 11:04


“So why did we want to recreate this March? Because we are bound and determined that the history of our forefathers will not be taken away from us by any rich person or any government.” Cecil Roberts, President of the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) One hundred years ago, in a rural mountainous stretch in middle America, a violent labor uprising took place, a battle of good versus evil, rebellion against wage slavery, a fight for freedom against tyranny -- yet this historical memory lies dormant in most minds today. U.S. Labor Day weekend 2021 marked the 100 year anniversary of the Battle of Blair Mountain, which was part of the West Virginia Mine Wars. The battle was the largest armed insurrection in the U.S. since the Civil War. The sacrifices of those miners and their families provides an important history of courageously standing up and facing tyrannical men of murderous intent. When I learned about the centennial gathering in remembrance of the great battle of Blair Mountain in West Virginia over Labor Day 2021, I knew I had to go; not just to document the event and raise awareness through the Labor Radio Podcast Network, but I needed to go for myself, as a labor pilgrimage to march alongside the United Mine Workers of America, upon the hallowed ground where miners fought for their rights and a better future for every worker. During the United Mine Workers of America's reenactment of the famous march that ended in Sharples, West Virginia near Blair Mountain, I was able to interview fellow marchers and capture a rousing speech by Cecil Roberts, President of the United Mine Workers of America. Solidarity forever. ABOUT EMLab Empathy Media Lab is produced by Evan Matthew Papp and we are a proud member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network. Support media, authors, activists, artists, historians, and journalists, who are fighting to improve the prosperity of the working class everywhere. Solidarity forever.  Website - https://www.empathymedialab.com/  All Links: https://wlo.link/@empathymedialab    #LaborRadioPod #1U #UnionStrong #Blair100

Fort Hood's Great Big Podcast
Adopt A School (and farewell to Lamont)

Fort Hood's Great Big Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 30:16


The long Labor Day weekend is in our rearview mirror and schools are in full swing again. This week, the podcast crew welcomes in two school liaison officers who discuss the Fort Hood Adopt A School program and how Soldiers are making a difference in the lives of area children. The crew also bids a fond farewell to the man of many voices, SGT Lamont Shavers, who has been a fixture on the program since it rebranded this year. The crew:- Samantha Farlow, Fort Hood Public Affairs- SGT Lamont Shavers, 69th Air Defense Artillery Brigade- SGT Brianna Doo, 1st Cavalry Division Band- SPC Kyra Pearl, 11th Corps Signal BrigadeFeaturing:- Tina Smith, Fort Hood Child &Youth Services School Liaison Officer- Liz Davenport, Fort Hood Child &Youth Services School Liaison OfficerMusic provided by the following:"Gun Metal Grey" (opening/closing theme music) - Delicious Allstars"Learning By Doing" - Niklas Olovson"Alpha" - CyranoAll music obtained, royalty free, through Filter by Songtradr at www.filter.one/This podcast is a production of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hood and Fort Hood Public Affairs.  Contact us at FortHoodPAO@gmail.comLike us and follow us on Facebook at The Great Big Podcast and III Corps and Fort Hood

Life on Podcast
100. Placing Your Vet (CENTENNIAL EPISODE!)

Life on Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 23:46


From Mike Richards on Jeopardy to fake High School football teams, the lack of vetting and research was already destroying the internet via social media, but now it seems it has seeped its way  into worlds where background checks are crucial for integrity purposes.

Sweet Stories in the Dell
Episode 6: Architect Ralph Adams Cram at Sweet Briar

Sweet Stories in the Dell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 46:23


In the final episode of our podcast series, Caperton Morton '85 explores the history and architecture of Ralph Adams Cram and his work for Sweet Briar College. You'll hear from professor emerita Aileen "Ninie" Laing '57, who wrote the exhibition booklet that accompanied the 2001 exhibition of Cram's drawings in 2001 for the College's Centennial, "Dreams to Reality." Travis McDonald, renowned architectural historian and director of architectural restoration at Poplar Forest, also weighs in to address the architectural significance of Sweet Briar's campus to Cram's career.Finally, you'll hear from Eric Kuchar, the project manager for Sweet Briar's historic assessment at Mesick Cohen Wilson Baker Architects about the assessment itself as well as future plans for historic preservation at Sweet Briar.If you enjoy this episode of the podcast, be sure to go back and listen to the previous episodes on your preferred Apple or Android podcast app. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

PhotoActive
Episode 100: One Hundred

PhotoActive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 30:55


In the very early days of the PhotoActive podcast, when Jeff was a nervous first-time podcast host, Kirk said to him, “It's OK. Once you do a hundred of these, you'll be better.” Well, here we are! Episode 100! To celebrate, we're showcasing some of our favorite episodes and sharing what we've learned from them. Hosts: Jeff's website (https://jeffcarlson.com), Jeff's photos (https://jeffcarlson.com/portfolio/), Jeff on Instagram (http://instagram.com/jeffcarlson) Kirk's website (https://www.kirkville.com), Kirk's photos (https://photos.kirkville.com), Kirk on Instagram (https://instagram.com/mcelhearn) Follow the PhotoActive Instagram account (http://instagram.com/photoactive_podcast/) Show Notes: (View show notes with images at PhotoActive.co (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-100)) Rate and Review the PhotoActive Podcast! (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/photoactive/id1391697658?mt=2) Intego Mac Podcast (https://podcast.intego.com) The Next Track Podcast (https://www.thenexttrack.com) Write Now with Scrivener Podcast (https://podcast.scrivenerapp.com) Take Control of Scrivener 3 (https://www.takecontrolbooks.com/scrivener-3/) Episode 44: Minimalist Photographer Michael Kenna (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-44-kenna) Episode 74: Michael Kenna and His New Book 'Buddha' (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-74-kenna) Episode #8 - Gordon Laing on Taking Great Photos In Camera (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-8-gordon-laing) Episode #10 - Quintin Lake's Long Photo Walk (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-10-quintin-lake) Episode 82: Quintin Lake Returns (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-82-quintin) Episode 35: Martin Parr Shot My Portrait (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-35-parr) Episode 70: One-Light Portraits with Sandra Coan (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-70-coan) Episode 79: Professional Retouching with Lisa Carney (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-79-carney) Episode 78: Everyday Photo Retouching (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-78-retouch) Episode #5 - Wenmei Hill Interview (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-5-wenmei-hill) Episode 43: Autofocus with Rishi Sanyal (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-43-autofocus) Episode 54: Product Photography with Dan Bracaglia (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-54-bracaglia) Episode 85: Film Camera Love with Dan Bracaglia (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-85-film-bracaglia) Episode 65: Barney Britton on the Future of the Camera Industry (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-65-britton) Episode 67: Chris Niccolls on Making Videos about Photography (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-67-niccolls) Episode 86: Jordan Drake on Shooting Video (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-86-drake) Episode 92: Sensors and Megapixels with Richard Butler (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-92-butler) Episode #26 - RAW Power 2.0 (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-26-raw-power) Episode 38: Levels and Curves with Nik Bhatt (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-38-levels-curves) Episode 62: Photos App Extensions with Nik Bhatt (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-62-extensions) Rocky Nook (http://rockynook.com) Subscribe to the PhotoActive podcast newsletter at the bottom of any page at the PhotoActive web site (https://photoactive.co) to be notified of new episodes and be eligible for occasional giveaways. If you've already subscribed, you're automatically entered. If you like the show, please subscribe in iTunes/Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/photoactive/id1391697658?mt=2) or your favorite podcast app, and please rate the podcast. And don't forget to join the PhotoActive Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/photoactivecast/) to discuss the podcast, share your photos, and more. Disclosure: Sometimes we use affiliate links for products, in which we receive small commissions to help support PhotoActive.

Alabama AgCast
Alabama AgCast: Conversation with Kent Stanford and a Centennial Moment

Alabama AgCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 16:04


Russ Durrance has a conversation with 2021 Duncan Award Winner Kent Stanford and Carla Hornady gives us a Centennial Moment about the formation of the wheat and feed grain checkoff program.Be sure to visit Alabama Ag Credit and Alabama Farmers Federation.

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON
Delores Fortuna - Rusk County

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 11:27


Delores Fortuna is the third generation on her family's Centennial farm in Rusk County. In 1919, her grandfather, a Polish immigrant, traveled from a collapsed mine in Pennsylvania to northern Wisconsin and purchased the farm -- without looking at the full acreage. Delores calls the property a hardship farm with sandy soil and difficult terrain for raising crops and a dairy herd. While she and her sister did not carry on dairying, Delores is turning the land into a conservancy -- bringing back birds, marshland and hardwood trees to the area.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Appodlachia
The Battle of Blair Mountain at 100

Appodlachia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 49:32


To recognize and celebrate the Blair 100 Centennial, we are joined by retired coal miner and active UMWA member Terry Steele of Matewan, WV to talk about the modern-day labor movement in Appalachia. Check out https://www.blair100.com for all the events associated with the centennial of the Battle of Blair Mountain00:20 - Intro: Winnie the Pooh, Ivermectin, and conversion therapy ban07:49 - Announcements11:00 - Brief overview of the Battle of Blair Mountain16:35 - Interview with Terry Steele41:39 - Beef with the Nate Dogg of BeefTransition Music: "Leave it to Me" by Corduroy Brown https://corduroy-brown.com/Prohibit conversion therapy in Morgantown https://twitter.com/ash_in_wv/status/1432484536403865601?s=20 Want bonus content, live shows, and more?  http://www.patreon.com/appodlachiaKentucky-based family-owned CBD for you, your pets, or anyone: http://www.cornbreadhemp.com (use promo code "APPODLACHIA" to get 25% off your order at checkout)

Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast
520 - Wine, Dilithium, And The Great Bird

Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 53:15


This week on Episode 520 of Priority One: the week belonged to Gene Roddenberry in celebration of his 100th birthday, the Star Trek Online community gets stirred up by some recent changes, and we look On Screen to Season 2 Episode 3 of Lower Decks! TREK IT OUT Edited by Thomas Reynolds One Hundred Years Of Gene By Elio Lleo This week, the Star Trek community celebrated what would have been Gene Roddenberry's 100th birthday. If you've been following the Roddenberry social channels, you will have seen daily quotes from celebrities, writers, influencers, and more–each reading a different quote from Gene Roddenberry. We also reported on the development of a full digital archive of his works. This week, it's been announced that a biopic is in the works with Adam Mazer penning the script. Also at the helm of the film's development are Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth. Image: Roddenberry Entertainment, via Deadline. While we're on the topic of celebrating Gene's centennial, be sure to catch Rod Roddenberry on an interview with Fox11 Los Angeles. During the interview, Rod explains the point of the “ThinkTREK” initiative that has been going throughout the summer along with some personal anecdotes about his father. And if that wasn't enough, even NASA got in on the celebration by hosting a conversation with scientists, engineers, and special guest George Takei, moderated by Rod Roddenberry. They even sent one of Gene's quotes into space by beaming the recording out towards the final frontier via their Deep Space Network. The panel is a little over 40 minutes long and spotlights the importance of infinite diversity in infinite combinations for the betterment of human-kind. https://twitter.com/NASA/status/1428010802443923467?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1428010802443923467%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fdeadline.com%2F2021%2F08%2Fstar-trek-gene-roddenberry-birthday-movie-biopic-adam-mazer-writing-you-dont-know-jack-1234817916%2F Vintages Of Future Past By Cat Hough If there's one thing we all enjoy around here, it's drinks [drink!–Ed.]. So when Star Trek Wines announced the addition of Andorian and Cardassian wines to its now six-bottle lineup, we could not be more excited to try them...unless the Cardassian one tastes like hot fish juice.  Please drink responsibly. Ushaaning everyone in sight is not "responsibly." Image: Star Trek Wines. Even if you're just a collector of really cool bottles, the Andorian Chardonnay is a lovely shade of blue and comes in a bottom-heavy clear bottle that is also festooned with a United Federation of Planets metal medallion. The Cardassian kanar bottle has a bit more pizazz [certainly one way to put it–Ed.]. Star Trek Wines states "the team conducted a rigorous multi-year search for an original Cardassian Kanar bottle, a unique, serpent-shaped vessel, originally utilized in the 1950s through the 1970s in Europe.” They then rendered those bottles in 3D for accuracy, resulting in one of the “most fascinating bottles in the Galaxy.” Of course Cardassians would make a bottle you feel uncomfortable just looking at. Image: Star Trek Wines As for the wine itself, the Andorian Chardonnay, priced at $50, is listed as premium Chardonnay from the Santa Lucia Highlands "aged 12 months prior to bottling" and has “delicious notes of citrus, peach and apricots." The Cardassian Kanar Red Wine Blend, priced at $60, is described as a mix of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petite Sirah, and Petite Verdot. They say these combine into "a dark, rich wine with notes of ripe blackberries and juicy blueberries, velvety tannins, and a long, delightful finish.” Both of these new wines are available for presale at StarTrekWines.com and expect to ship sometime in November. Or, if you want to buy the whole six-bottle collection–what they call "The Full Armada," it's currently available for $299.  Logic And Honor: Collect The Whole Set! By Rosco McQueen The team from Topps and Mego toys, known for their scale figures have teamed up in the most logical way as part of their ongoing collaboration, with the release of the new Mr Spock 8 inch action figure.  Spock is outfitted in his screen accurate Starfleet Command uniform and accessories as seen in 1979's Star Trek: The Motion Picture. The figure comes complete with phaser pistol, tricorder and an emotionless, logical facial expression (Vulcan nerve pinch not included.)   The 90-100 day shipping lead time is almost as long as the spacedock scene. Image: TOPPS. But if your display shelf is looking a little too Federation vanilla, time to spice up the Breget lung with some grapok sauce!  The legendary Dahar Master himself, Kor, son of Rynar can now be added to your collection, in 8 inch figure form.  Also in a screen accurate uniform and accessories, the Kor figure is as seen in the 1967 episode of Star Trek, "Errand of Mercy". Both are individually available for $19.99 US. Lamé is a good way to die. Image: TOPPS. Quick News Roundup Here are a few headlines that we didn't discuss but might interest you. Via her Twitter account on August 23rd, Michelle Paradise announces that S4 of Discovery has wrapped!  George Takei will lend his vocals to a Star Wars project in Visions. He had previously voiced Separatist General Lok Durd in The Clone Wars. Takei joins an already impressive English-speaking voice cast, which includes David Harbour, Karen Fukuhara–and Boba Fett himself, Temuera Morrison. STAR TREK GAMING NEWS Edited by Thomas Reynolds Mars, The Slip'N Slider Of War By Cat Hough The Infinity Lock Box returns and contains an all-new Tier 6 Starship, the Mars Pilot Escort [T6]. This ship features a 5/2 weapon layout and, since it is a Pilot Escort, a Commander Tactical/Pilot Specialist Bridge Officer seat, and a Lieutenant Universal/Intel Specialist Bridge Officer seat. The U.S.S. Le Guin, NCC-325060. Image: Cryptic Studios. It also comes equipped with a Universal Subspace Cavitation Matrix Console, which creates a subspace shockwave in normal space that will damage foes out to 5km from the impact point. This console also provides a passive bonus to Current and Maximum Engine Subsystem Power, as well as an increase to all weapon damage to foes within 5km. This ship also introduces a new Experimental Weapon, the Subspace Pocket Projector, capable of forming localized distortions in subspace that are then propelled toward a nearby foe. This distorts hull and shields, and slows their ship's ability to maneuver in normal space. Getting a piece of the action: three pieces, to be precise. Image: Cryptic Studios. Finally, leveling your Mars Pilot Escort will unlock the Improved Lock Trajectory Space Trait. While this trait is slotted, the recharge time of Lock Trajectory is reduced to zero, allowing the ability to be immediately re-engaged after it is turned off. [If they're not attached, does it matter which way it's pointing?–Ed.] Plus, you will be able to gain a reduction to the recharge times on Pilot Abilities, Cannon: Rapid Fire, and Cannon: Scatter Volley, whenever you deal Energy Weapon damage to a foe that is within your forward 90' firing arc (max once per 5 sec). Dilithium Sinks Keep (Re)Rolling Along By Rosco McQueen In an effort from Cryptic to provide players with options for their stockpiles of dilithium, a new permanent way to spend dilithium has been added to the game. STO Staff Systems Director Jeremy “BorticusCryptic” Randall explained that starting on August 24, Personal Endeavor Reroll Tokens and Admiralty Assignment Pass Tokens are purchasable for 2,500 Dilithium apiece. This change will appear on console platforms on September 8. One simple button couldn't be too controversial, right? Image: Cryptic Studios. Previously players could earn the tokens through the respective systems as random rewards.  That method has now been disabled.  The hope is to balance the game's Zen exchange to a more sustainable level.

Audible Mount Diablo
A Brief History of Mount Diablo State Park: Episode 1

Audible Mount Diablo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 3:46


Hey, it's Mount Diablo State Park's 100th birthday! To celebrate, we've put together a series of eight videos about the mountain's natural heritage and human history, featuring Ken Lavin, Seth Adams, Robert Doyle, Michael Marchiano, Vincent Medina, and Cameron Morrison. We'll air one episode each Thursday, leading up to a grand gathering (details to come!) on October 16. Join us on this inspiring journey through the lands that sustain us close to home.  Presented by Mount Diablo Interpretive Association in partnership with Save Mount Diablo and Mount Diablo State Park. Photography and video by Kendall Oei, Scott Hein, and Wally de Young, among others. Music by Phil Heywood. Production by Joan Hamilton.     

Talking Forests
Cradle of Forestry and APSAF Centennial Monument with guest Patrick Hiesl ~ Episode 65

Talking Forests

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 41:09


Patrick Hiesl the Assistant Professor of Forest Operations from Clemson University was interviewed by Candra Burns of Talking Forests about the Cradle of Forestry, the APSAF Centennial Monument, and Carl Schenck a German Forester who brought sustainable forest practices to the USA in 1895. His career profile from Clemson University in South Carolina: https://www.clemson.edu/cafls/faculty_staff/profiles/phiesl Patrick was an undergrad in Germany where he is from. During his first 4 years of school, he earned a B.S. in Forest Management at the University of Applied Forest Sciences Rottenburg and graduated in 2010. Then he moved to Maine, USA to go to graduate school and earned his M.S. in Forest Resources at the University of Maine and graduated in 2013. Then he got his Ph.D. in Forest Resources at the University of Maine in 2015. After his graduate school and Ph.D., he got lucky and interviewed for the forest operations teaching position at Clemson University in 2015 in South Carolina and accepted the position and started teaching. Later, after networking in his local Society of American Forester's chapters, he then worked on the regional level with the APSAF Monument Committee. He was excited to learn about Carl Schenck and his forestry school, as a German, himself. Candra was excited to talk with Patrick in this interview because she lived in Germany for 3 years from 2018-2020. She interviewed a German, Patrick Hiesl, on this podcast episode. She had friends in WA State that were foresters that helped German investment foresters use funding from USA forests to build bridges at their castles in Germany. When Candra lived in Germany, she could leave her backyard and go into a forest and that was not trespassing in Germany. That is very different than the private areas of the USA, especially in the fragmented areas where she currently lives in the south. Candra learned about Carl Schenck in 2015 at a WA State SAF meeting where they viewed “America's First Forest” in 2015. Ever since she has been intrigued and got lucky that she was able to live in Germany with her USAF husband and travel within Europe for the first 2 years, pre-COVID. She visited the Cradle of Forestry and the APSAF Monument in 2021 when she had a chance during Memorial Day weekend and was excited that the USAF picked her new state as the “First in Forestry” state. Voice By Gordon Collier in Introduction: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jgordoncollier/ Spring by Ikson www.soundcloud.com/ikson Music promoted by Audio Library www.youtu.be/5WPnrvEMIdo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkingforests/support

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON
Kelm Family - Marquette County

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 7:11


Patricia Kelm and her sons, Brian and Mike Kelm, share the microphone to tell the story of the family's 160-acre Centennial farm in Marquette County. The first Kelm generation purchased the property in 1921 and were dairy farmers. The land was farmed with horses until 1959, when the family purchased its first tractor. The dairy farm never changed to a pipeline system -- the farm used milk cans until retirement in the 1980s. Today, the property is rented out for cash cropping, and Mike and Brian -- who worked on the farm as high schoolers -- maintain the property. The Kelm family hopes that the fifth or sixth generations take up farming in the future and keep the land in the family for years to come. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FanboyNation
Rod Roddenberry Wishes is Father, Gene a Happy 100th Birthday

FanboyNation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 17:24


Rod Roddenberry and Roddenberry Entertainment Celebrate the Centennial of Gene Roddenberry today, August 19, 2021. I had met Rod Roddenberry a handful of times over the years at various Star Trek events and conventions. Although, I was not able to attend to the 55th Anniversary of Star Trek at the Rio in Las Vegas, I had the next best adventure. I got to speak with Rod Roddenberry about the his father Gene Roddenberry's 100th birthday being celebrated today, August, 19th. The elder Roddenberry wasn't just a science fiction writer, but a World War II veteran, a plane crash survivor over Syria and worked for the police department here in Southern California (listen above for all the details). Gene Roddenberry lived five lifetimes and 55 years later we still celebrate his greatest work of science fiction with Star Trek. Official Statement: Rod has devoted his life to carrying on his father's legacy, and his radical vision of a diverse and inclusive world – which Gene depicted through the philosophy he imbued in Star Trek, including a cast with a multi-ethnic crew and putting one of the first Inter-racial kisses on the TV screen. Additionally, he previously narrated and executive produced the documentary TrekNation, where he explores the positive impact of his father's iconic franchise has had on people's lives. The centennial celebration of Gene Roddenberry encompasses a number of activations and initiatives that we call #thinkTrek. This includes #talkTrek, #seeTrek, #beTrek, and #makeTrek, all being shared and interacted with via social media platforms. For more information about today's events follow Roddenberry Entertainment on Twitter @roddenberry and on Instagram @roddenberryofficial. Visit Roddenberry Entertainment via their official website at www.roddenberry.com. ABOUT RODDENBERRY ENTERTAINMENT Roddenberry Entertainment is a science fiction leader, passionately providing thought-provoking, quality genre entertainment that sustains the legacy of our founder, Gene Roddenberry. We are devoted to producing viewer-centric entertainment that actively recognizes the integral role audiences play in the creation of any franchise, as well as the role substantive entertainment can play in bettering society. Our productions promote experience over observation; encouraging audiences to think, question and challenge the status quo of the world in which we live.

Timelines Talks
Timelines Talks - Ctrl+V Chekov

Timelines Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 168:31


Idol, Stars and Auto are joined by Big and Shy to talk about the Centennial of Gene Roddenberrys Birthday and maybe play a few games on the way. Apologies to Podcast listeners as we play a little What The Dub at the end which is primarily a visual medium, to get the best experience go watch it on our youtube channel! Enjoy!

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON
Odegard Family - Pepin County

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 7:12


Steve and Becky Odegard, the third generation on a portion of the 100-year-old Odegard property in Mondovi, operate Steve & Becky Odegard Family Farm. Steve's sister Betty Odegard Sessions and his daughter Sarah Odegard are among the family members at State Fair Park in West Allis honored for their farm's Centennial status. They are also there honoring the generations before them who worked through wars and the Great Depression to keep the farm going for the next generations.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

VPR News Podcast
Audio Postcard: Young Fans, Racing Hot Dogs & Summer Skies At Lake Monsters' Centennial Field

VPR News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 3:39


It's about much more than baseball when the Vermont Lake Monsters take their home field in Burlington. At Centennial Field, some of the loudest fans are also the youngest: The kids are the true stars of the show.

Warm Thoughts
Episode 104: Always Have a Dream

Warm Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 2:58


The Centennial 1996 Olympic Games are now history. The world watched these games with great interest. Children and adults of all ages were inspired and perhaps have dreams of being an athlete in the Olympic Games someday. Throughout the country, many schools have already opened their doors of learning. Many students also have goals and dreams in the academic world. I have many memories of attending classes in a one room country school house, and the real life struggles for even a high school education. In my day, many aspiring young girls and boys had to forego a high school education because of having to go to work. Many young men who started high school went off to fight in World War II. The dream and goal for many to have a college education remained only a dream for many years. When non traditional students went off to college and became part time students, I was there taking college classes with my children who are enrolled in colleges and universities. It was a very special moment in my life when I received my first Master's from the University of South Dakota in Vermillion on July 31st, 1976 - that famous bicentennial year. As a lifelong learner and advocate for education on all levels, another dream and goal was realized on August 1st, 1996, the year of the Olympic Centennial Games. On that date I received the specialist degree in education, from the same university where I first received a master's in educational psychology and counseling 20 years ago. I value my many life experiences, and the struggles and challenges there are in getting an education. At a time in the history of education when budgets are being questioned, may we never lose heart but continue to reach for our dreams and goals in education. Whatever your dream or goal, it can come true. Always have a dream. Warm Thoughts: Live each day as if life has just begun. Goethe. One has within themselves, a powerful motivator to open doors you thought were closed. May you value education from preschool to the halls of higher education. May you have many warm thoughts every day. Warm Thoughts from the Little Home on the Prairie Over a Cup of Tea by Luetta G. Werner. Published in the Marion Record August 22nd, 1996.Download the Found Photo Freebie and cherish your memories of the past.Enjoy flipping through the Vintage Photo Book on your coffee table.I hope you enjoyed this podcast episode! Please follow along on this journey by going to visualbenedictions.com or following me on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, and Overcast. And don't forget to rate and review so more people can tune in! I'd greatly appreciate it.Till next time,Trina

Chilling Tales for Dark Nights
100: Centennial Slaughter - Chilling Tales for Dark Nights

Chilling Tales for Dark Nights

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 73:32


On tonight's very special program, we invite you to leave behind your safe reality, and descend with us into the frightening depths of the most terrifying imaginations for the ONE HUNDREDTH TIME, with audio adaptations of two rounds of frightening fiction, about peculiar penitentiaries and garish greed. That's right, we've reached the big one zero zero! One hundred weeks of scares, one hundred weeks or time together during frightful times. To watch the podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/ChillingEntertainmentYT Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: http://bit.ly/ChillingTalesPod If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be amazing! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/ChillingTalesPod Produced by Leo Melo  Music by NMC Music Creative Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer
Journeys of Discovery: The story of how an exact replica Parthenon came to grace Nashville

Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 23:10


Nashville is known far and wide as Music City , but it's also the home to a full-size exact replica of the Parthenon in Athens, Geece. How this incredible architectural gem came to be dates back to the pioneer days when Nashville was dubbed the Athens of the South due to its passion for education and the arts. When the state of Tennessee celebrated its 1897 Centennial exhibition, Nashville contributed the Parthenon to house the Arts building. Join sculptor Alan LeQuire who created the Parthenon's 42 foot-tall statue of Athena eight decades after the conclusion of the centennial fair. We'll then visit with Wesley Paine Director of the Parthenon as she shares the story of the Parthenon's creation, experiencing the 1897 centennial exhibition, saving and renovating the structure in the 1920s and its function today as Nashville's gallery of art. This show was originally recorded in 2017 (Wesley Paine retired from her stellar career in May 2021). This show is reposted as a Best-of-the-Best

Another Woodshop Podcast
Episode 75: 3/4 Centennial

Another Woodshop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 73:33


Dan made an awesome CNC table and is making templates and files for it. He's also getting some help from a shop helper on a mosaic, and finish the order of 3 couch side tables. Aside form that, he needs to make 7 more side tables for 1 client so he'll be busy. And he's coming to see Pete in October!Mike is knocking out some large walnut tables for a restaurant. He's wrapping up the table job for a massive conference table for a commercial client, finishing the poker table, and wrapping up the small custom orders. He's also wrapping up some negotiations for the home purchase and waiting for the appraisal. Pete went sailing for a week because he likes to pretend he's wealthy lol. On the way back from Maine, he met up with some makers in Boston and checked out MannMade's shop. He also decided to not put his Etsy shop in Vacation Mode, but instead changed his lead times to 5-7 days and he got a ton of orders while he was away. Now that he's back hone he's working on setting up his office and workshop.Sign up for Patreon for Early access, and special Patreon-only content:https://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcastVoicemails:AaronIngrained in woodMike, have you ever considered opening up your own fire volunteer department.AshWoodwork & WhiskersSanding sealer. What are your thoughts?John Seppo's WorkshopFloating shelves. Any suggestions of hardware?Josh507 woodworksI have someone asking about built ins and I have never done that before. Have you ever gotten a job that you have never done before and how did you deal with it?Josh the DadJosh_the_Dad_1How can you deal with wood movement? Anything to think about? What to look out for?Nick PotterUsing robots. At what point is it not “hand made”?MikePix To ProtoEtsy products photo. What do you guys do for your photos for the posts?You can leave us a voice message at (754) 225-5297 or you can record your question or comment on your phones voice memo app and email it to anotherwoodshoppodcast@gmail.comYou can follow us all and the podcast on Instagram and YouTube!Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast/https://www.youtube.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast https://www.etsy.com/shop/awpstore Pete:https://www.instagram.com/ptreesworkshop/ https://www.youtube.com/ptreesworkshophttps://www.etsy.com/shop/pTreesWorkShop Dan:https://www.instagram.com/danieldunlap.woodworks/ https://www.youtube.com/danieldunlap  https://www.etsy.com/shop/ddwwstore Mike:https://www.instagram.com/coffeycustombuilds/ https://www.youtube.com/coffeycustombuilds https://www.etsy.com/shop/coffeycustombuilds Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast)

Dreams of Black Wall Street (Formerly Black Wall Street 1921)
Post-Season Black Wall Street Centennial Special + Season 3 Sneak Peak

Dreams of Black Wall Street (Formerly Black Wall Street 1921)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 109:30


Journalist, podcast host and producer, Nia Clark, traveled to Tulsa, Oklahoma for the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. In this episode, she shares her experience attending many of the centennial commemorative events as well as the people she interviewed and met along the way while visiting Tulsa. Listeners will also hear a sneak peak of Season 3, which will take a deep dive into several important events and places in North Carolina's history during the 19th and early 20th century, including the Wilmington Insurrection of 1898 as well as the early 20th century community of Durham's Black Wall Street. Musical Attribution: 1. Title: African Moon by John Bartmann. License, disclaimer and copyright information: CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ Link to Music: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/John_Bartmann/Public_Domain_Soundtrack_Music_Album_One/african-moon 2. Title: Window Sparrows by Axletree. Licensed under a Attribution License. License, disclaimer and copyright information: Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) Link to music: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Axletree/Ornamental_EP/Window_Sparrows

Sips, Suds, & Smokes
Connecting to nature, with beer

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 51:17


Connecting to nature, with beer @MadTreeBrewing @beermakesthree #beer #craftbeer Co hosts : Good ol Boy Dave, Good ol Boy Kendall, Rev. Mark, and Good ol Gal Julieanna SUDS  Episode – Hello Cincinnati as this is a brewery takeover episode of Madtree Brewing. Madtree beers all have a nature theme and yet no bugs are in these beers. Most of these beers go well with summer camp and helped Dave be the best archer at blind camp. Lots of solid IPA beer in this flight. Can you actually see a Phantom Forest? We taste and rate the following beer from 1-5: All beer mentioned in this episode is from MadTree Brewing Company, Cincinnati, OH 9:12      Citra High Imperial IPA with Citra and Simcoe hops 9.5% ABV  SUDS-4 14:06    Summer Camp Haze hazy IPA with Strata, El Dorado, and Idaho 7 hops.  7% ABV  SUDS-4 22:24    Happy Amber amber ale with Chinook and Cascade hops.  6% ABV  SUDS-4 27:12    Psychopathy IPA with Cascade, Chinook, and Centennial hops 6.9% ABV SUDS-3 34:27    Ramble On session IPA with Citra Incognito, Citra, and Pacifica hops 4% ABV SUDS-3 41:04    Midwest Luau tropical IPA with Citra, Lotus, Sabro, and Motueka hops 6% ABV SUDS-4 46:28    Phantom Forest imperial IPA with Mosaic, Citra, and Simcoe hops 8% ABV.  SUDS-4   info@sipssudsandsmokes.com @sipssudssmokes TW / @sipssudsandsmokes IG/FB Sips, Suds, & Smokes™ is produced by One Tan Hand Productions using the power of beer, whiskey, and golf.  Available on Apple & Google Podcasts, PRX, Spotify, Podbean, Soundcloud, and nearly anywhere you can find a podcast. Check out Good ol Boy Dave on 60 Second Reviews https://www.instagram.com/goodoleboydave/ Kendall has a great beer blog you should check out. He is now accepting appearance requests for anything related to biking. www.beermakesthree.com Enjoying that cool Outro Music, it's from Woods & Whitehead – Back Roads Download your copy here: https://amzn.to/2Xblorc The easiest way to find this award winning podcast on your phone is ask Alexa, Siri or Google, “Play Podcast , Sips, Suds, & Smokes” 

The Daily Sun-Up
Colorado Sun Daily Sun-Up: Are mobile home parks a solution to Colorado's affordable housing crisis?; Return of competitive cycling

The Daily Sun-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 12:20


Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Wednesday August 4th,   Today - Mobile home parks may be a big part of the solution in Colorado's struggle to create affordable housing.... but they also come with their own challenges…   But before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”:   Today, we take you back to 2010, when Governor Bill Ritter and Lance Armstrong appeared at a press conference at the state capitol to announce the return of competitive cycling to the state.    But this was hardly the first time that cycling made the news. Bicycles proved popular with Coloradans in the late nineteenth century as well. But it took awhile for Colorado to turn pro. The Red Zinger bicycle classic, Colorado's first professional cycling competition debuted in 1975 with Celestial Seasonings Tea as the anchor sponsor and then switched to become the Coors Classic in 1980... drawing cyclists from around the world until that race ended in 1988.   Now, our feature story.   Mobile home parks can be a big part of the solution to Colorado's major challenges in finding affordable housing for growing numbers of residents. That's especially true in mountain resort communities like Steamboat Springs, where expensive vacation homes and conversions to short term rentals make it even harder to find a good place to live at a decent price. But mobile home parks also come with their own special challenges, including who is in charge and who is supposed to pay when things go wrong. The Colorado Sun's Jennifer Brown spent time at the Sleepy Bear mobile home park, where some residents have been living without electrical power for nearly two months now.    Read more about mobile home communities and affordable housing challenges at ColoradoSun.com.   And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today:   A national report has estimated that more than 36,000 Colorado kids and their families may miss out on the Child Tax Credit because their parents don't make enough to file tax forms with the IRS. And these are the families that have the most to gain from the new federal anti-poverty benefit, which has been hailed as a game-changer in providing more opportunities to Americans left out of economic growth. Colorado school districts, state agencies and nonprofit groups are working hard to get the word out about the tax credit and how all families can claim it.    Uber and Lyft users up and down the Front Range of Colorado are noticing sharp price increases from what they got used to in the heady, pre-pandemic days of ride share programs. The companies say they've been forced to raise rates and the even higher surge-time pricing because of a shortage of willing drivers. Raising prices and payments to drivers can attract more gig workers to serve the app and earn higher incomes. But customers said they have been shocked by steep fees, including one couple that reported paying nearly $150 to get home to Centennial from an evening out in RiNo.    Colorado government agencies and private companies continue to adapt quickly to the changing realities of coronavirus as the delta variant spreads fast. Denver Public Schools announced that all teachers, staff and students will be wearing masks indoors during the coming school year, even if they are already vaccinated. The move by the state's largest school district followed a slightly less restrictive move by Jefferson County Public Schools, which said unvaccinated staff and children under 12 who can't get vaccinated yet will have to wear masks.  For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. And don't forget to tune in again tomorrow for a special holiday episode. Now, a quick message from our editor.   The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you.   Right now, you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member. Starting at $5 per month for a basic membership and if you bump it up to $20 per month, you'll get access to our exclusive politics and outdoors newsletters. Thanks for starting your morning with us and don't forget to tune in again tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Modern Eater
This is sexy property! Learn about Colorado beef today! Centennial Cuts with Luke and Kate Larson!

The Modern Eater

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 7:15


Wow this is beautiful land in Fowler and Walsenburg Colorado! Luke and Kate Larson from Centennial Cuts show The Modern Eater their land and their beef! What a special treat for us to see where our Colorado beef is coming from up close!

Smells Like Middle-Aged Spirit Podcast
Episode #50 - "The 1st Semi-Centennial SLMASPY Awards"

Smells Like Middle-Aged Spirit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 98:31


We celebrate the 1st 50 episodes by handing out awards for funniest moment, best laugh, best guest, best episode and more!! "The Hype Gorilla" aka Chris Clark is our special guest! Find out more at http://smellslikemiddleagedspiritpodcast.com This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Sips, Suds, & Smokes
Can I get more Otter in this beer

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 51:18


Can I get more Otter in this beer @FatHeadsBeer @beermakesthree #beer #craftbeer #cleveland Co hosts : Good ol Boy Dave, Good ol Boy Kendall, Rev. Mark, and Good ol Gal Julieanna SUDS  Episode – We have covered some beer from Fat Heads Brewery in the past but this is a full brewery takeover this time covering some classics, like Headhunter, and some more recent offerings. Quite a few solid beers in this lineup. Dave was not the Valedictorian of anything, including homeschool but he is willing to be awarded such a belated honor. Mike's head is not fat, but his ego can crowd out ANY room.   We taste and rate the following beer from 1-5: All beer mentioned on this episode are from Fat Head's Brewery, North Olmsted, OH 10:01                  Groovy Juice hazy IPA with Mosaic, Citra and Azzacca hops7.1% ABV  SUDS-4 14:36                  Special Hoperations hazy IPA using Mosaic, Citra, and Strata hops 7.1% ABV. Brewed in collab with Breakside Brewery Portland, OR  SUDS-4 18:55                  Head Hunter west coast IPA with Simcoe, Centennial, Ekuanot, Mosaic, Citra and Chinook hops 7.5% ABV  SUDS-5 25:13                  Bumbleberry Honey Blueberry Ale 5.3% ABV SUDS-4 29:36                  Strange Magic IPA with Warrior, Mosaic, Simcoe and Citra hops 6.5% ABV   SUDS-5 41:28                  Sunshine Daydream session IPA with Citra, Centennial, Mosaic, and Chinook hops.  4.9% ABV.  SUDS-4 48:05                  Benjamin Danklin IPA with Chinook, Warrior, Citra and Simcoe Hops.  7.4% ABV  SUDS-4   info@sipssudsandsmokes.com @sipssudssmokes TW / @sipssudsandsmokes IG/FB Sips, Suds, & Smokes™ is produced by One Tan Hand Productions using the power of beer, whiskey, and golf.  Available on Apple & Google Podcasts, PRX, Spotify, Podbean, Soundcloud, and nearly anywhere you can find a podcast. Check out Good ol Boy Dave on 60 Second Reviews https://www.instagram.com/goodoleboydave/ Kendall has a great beer blog you should check out. www.beermakesthree.com Enjoying that cool Outro Music, it's from Woods & Whitehead – Back Roads Download your copy here: https://amzn.to/2Xblorc The easiest way to find this award winning podcast on your phone is ask Alexa, Siri or Google, “Play Podcast , Sips, Suds, & Smokes” 

Así El Weso
Avanza vacunación Centennial en la CDMX

Así El Weso

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 4:32


Eduardo Clark, director general de Gobierno Digital en CDMX

Así El Weso
Inició la vacunación 'centennial' en CDMX

Así El Weso

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 6:44


Eduardo Clark, director General de Gobierno Digital de la Ciudad de México

The Tom Barnard Show
Centennial Man - #2020-2 | Car Selling Secrets #100

The Tom Barnard Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 50:22


We are joined in studio with Walser's Recruiting Director Ryan Moffitt and General Managers Bret Juedes and Andy Swanson. The whole show really is about selling in the Walser system, what's great about it and why you should join the team. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Car Selling Secrets
Centennial Man - #2020-2 | Car Selling Secrets #100

Car Selling Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 50:22


We are joined in studio with Walser's Recruiting Director Ryan Moffitt and General Managers Bret Juedes and Andy Swanson. The whole show really is about selling in the Walser system, what's great about it and why you should join the team. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

It was a Thing on TV:  An Anthology on Forgotten Television
Episode 179--The Larry "Bud" Melman Centennial

It was a Thing on TV: An Anthology on Forgotten Television

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 76:41


We have honored TV celebrities in the past.  This episode, we pay tribute to an icon from the 80s and 90s, Larry "Bud" Melman.  Not only was he a comic foil on Letterman's shows, he had bit parts in other TV shows and movies, he was a writer, he was a spokesman, and he even had his own workout video...sort of.  Grab your Toast on a Stick and enjoy this installment of It Was a Thing on TV.

Ankeny Fanatic
Ankeny Fanatic Podcast: Episode 145

Ankeny Fanatic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 40:18


Ankeny seniors Colin Riggs and Kade Somers join Ankeny Centennial freshman Joey Oakie in discussing the upcoming substate baseball tournaments on the latest edition of the Ankeny Fanatic weekly podcast sponsored by Coldwell Banker Mid-America. Ankeny Fanatic publisher Dan Holm also previews the state softball tournament with Centennial pitcher Sam Klug and CISN-TV broadcaster Andy […]

Arsenal for Democracy
July 2021 – Sacco and Vanzetti Conviction Centennial – Arsenal For Democracy Ep. 388

Arsenal for Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 25:08


Description: One hundred years ago this week, Sacco and Vanzetti were unjustly convicted on first-degree murder charges in Massachusetts. We discuss the centennial and re-air part of a 2019 episode exploring the misunderstood context of Italian-American anarchism in 1921. Links and notes (Ep. 388): http://arsenalfordemocracy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/AFD-Ep-388-Links-and-Notes-Sacco-Vanzetti-2nd-Conviction-Centennial.pdf Theme music by Stunt Bird. The post July 2021 – Sacco and Vanzetti Conviction Centennial – Arsenal For Democracy Ep. 388 appeared first on Arsenal For Democracy.

Sips, Suds, & Smokes
Then and Now

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 51:17


Then and Now @sixpoint @beermakesthree @CigarCityBeer @blackstonebrewing #beer Co hosts : Good ol Boy Dave, Good ol Boy Kendall, Good ol Boy Mike, and Good ol Gal Julieanna SUDS  Episode – We revisit the beers from our Best IPAs of 2013. Our palates have evolved over time and there have been 10k IPA beers created since then. Neither Dave or Mike are better looking since the original episode was broadcast. Do you think these beers have stood the test of time? We taste and rate the following beer from 1-5: Sixpoint Brewery – Brooklyn NY 7:55               Resin – DIPA with Chinook and Centennial hops 9.1% ABV SUDS-4 14:11            Spritzer Bomb – hazy DIPA with sauvignon blanc grape juice.  8% ABV Collab with Sloop Brewing Company Hopewell Junction, NY SUDS-4 47:10            Party Favors – hazy DIPA brewed with Galaxy, Strata and Cashmere hops and milk sugar 8.4% ABV. SUDS-2   Cigar City Brewing – Tampa FL 19:10            Jai Alai – IPA brewed with Ahtanum, Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial, Columbus, and Simcoe Hops 7.5% ABV. SUDS-5 29:06            Tocobaga Red IPA brewed with Summit and Citra hops.  7.2% ABV SUDS-4 48:17            Fancy Papers Hazy IPA brewed with Strata, Sabro, and Idaho 7 hops.  6.5% ABV SUDS-4   Blackstone Brewing Company – Nashville, TN 41:40            Adam Bomb IPA brewed with Centennial, Cascade, Chinook and Simcoe hops. 7.2% ABV SUDS-4 43:47            LittleJack session IPA brewed with Centennial hops.  4.1% ABV SUDS-3 49:46            Session Player IPA brewed with Amarillo hops.  4.9% ABV SUDS-3   info@sipssudsandsmokes.com @sipssudssmokes Sips, Suds, & Smokes™ is produced by One Tan Hand Productions using the power of beer, whiskey, and golf.  Available on Apple & Google Podcasts, PRX, Spotify, Podbean, Soundcloud, and nearly anywhere you can find a podcast. Check out Good ol Boy Dave on 60 Second Reviews https://www.instagram.com/goodoleboydave/ Kendall is more now than then. His beer blog is: https://www.beermakesthree.com/ Enjoying that cool new Outro Music, it's from Woods & Whitehead – Back Roads Download your copy here: https://amzn.to/2Xblorc The easiest way to find this award winning podcast on your phone is ask Alexa, Siri or Google, “Play Podcast , Sips, Suds, & Smokes” 

Montrose Fresh
Cost to switch Centennial and Montrose High mascots may be $750,000; Tyler Hilton sentenced to 6 years in prison

Montrose Fresh

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 7:32


Welcome to Montrose Fresh, from The Montrose Daily Press. It's FridayJuly 9th and we're here with local news, events, announcements, jobs, and more that matter to us here in Western Colorado.    Today - Governor Jared Polis signed SB 21-116 into law last week, which bans Colorado public schools from having Native American mascots. If schools don't comply with the new law, they'll face a monthly fine.   The new law affects two local schools…. the Montrose High School Indians and the Centennial Middle School Braves.   Today's episode is brought to you by Elevate Internet. Whether it's for your home or your business they offer the best speeds at the best price. Right now, if you refer a friend you can get $25 off! Give them a call for more information at 844-386-8744 or visit them at www.elevateinternet.com.   Now, our feature story…   Uniforms. Murals. Gym weights.   These are a few of the many items emblazoned with the Montrose Indians logo that will need to be redone by the start of June 2022.   Governor Jared Polis signed SB 21-116 into law last week, which bans Colorado public schools from having Native American mascots. If schools don't comply with the new law, they will face a $25,000 monthly fine.   The new law affects two local schools: the Montrose High School Indians and the Centennial Middle School Braves.   Matt Jenkins, a spokesman for the Montrose County School District, sketched out the prospective timeline of the process to choose a new mascot.    He said the process to begin the mascot change will start in late July when the school principals are back in the office. They'll first take inventory and assess what exactly needs to be changed.   MCSD Superintendent Carrie Stephenson estimated at the last school board meeting that the switch will cost approximately $500,000 to $750,000.    That's for both Centennial and Montrose High.    Luckily, the district can apply for a state-funded grant program to cover the costs of switching the mascot.   Denver South High School independently moved to change their mascot from the “Rebels,” a reference to the Confederacy. The switch to the “Ravens” cost the school nearly $350,000.   As soon as the new mascot is determined, Jenkins hoped that the process of revamping the facilities would start by January or February of next year. D   And despite some pushback from community members about the mascot change, Jenkins said that the district will move forward in accordance with the law.   To find out more about this story visit us at montrosepress.com.   -   You can also stay up to date on stories just like this by joining NABUR [this is pronounced just like neighbor] – your trusted neighborhood community.    NABUR is a free online forum you can trust to connect with your community, focus on facts & make a difference. Join the conversation! Visit Nabur.montrosepress.com     -   Now, some local history. This week's local history is brought to you by England Fence. England Fence is family owned and operated, and they're ready to help you build your dream fence, archway, gate, or deck. Give them a call at 970-249-4430, or head over to their website englandfence.com.   Did you know that Orvis Hot Springs in Ridgway was founded in 1919? Though the springs had long been used by Ute Native Americans, the land ended up in the hands of the Orvis family through a mix of squatting and the relocation of the Ute people to Utah. Originally called the Orvis Plunge, it pumped very hot water into a swimming pool, attracting visitors to refresh and rejuvenate in the lithium-filled water. Eventually, the property was improved to include a number of buildings and other services. While it was sold off to a number of owners in the intervening years (and picked up a clothing-optional rule that stuck), today, it might hardly be recognizable to those who would have visited in the 1920s.   -   Before we go    The family of Christopher Blunt told the young man who struck and killed him to do one thing… come out of prison as the type of man their nephew, brother and husband was.   Blunt's widow said that poor choices were made that day. This was at the sentencing of Tyler Hilton.   Hilton, now 19, chose to drink underage, to use marijuana and to drive while intoxicated the morning of March 16, 2020. And while Hilton was driving down the shoulder to pass people on North Townsend Avenue he struck Christopher Blunt on his bicycle. He also left it to other motorists to tend to the mortally injured man. He returned only at his mother's urging.   Earlier this year Hilton pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide-DUI.    On Tuesday he was sentenced to a stipulated term of six years in prison.   And according to Hilton's attorney just in the time since March 16, 2020, Hilton has changed from the angry person who blamed Blunt for his own death, to a sincerely remorseful man.   You can read our full story on the sentencing at montrosepress.com. -   That's all for today, thank you for listening! For more information on any of these stories visit us at montrosepress.com.   And don't forget to check out our sponsor, Elevate Internet. Visit them at elevateinternet.com to learn more.   For more than 137 years, The Montrose Daily Press has been dedicated to shining a light on all the issues that matter to our community. Go to montrosepress.com to subscribe for just $1.99 per week for our digital edition. You'll get unlimited access to every story, feature, and special section. Thank you and remember to tune in again next time on montrosepress.com or wherever you listen to podcasts. Support the show: https://www.montrosepress.com/site/forms/subscription_services/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

State Secrets
A Conversation with Cipher Brief Expert Ambassador Joe Detrani

State Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 37:54


What do Americans need to know about Chinese President Xi Jinping's comments during China's Centennial celebration?  Are we likely to see military conflict over Taiwan?  What are the risks of a miscalculation in today's extremely fast moving world and should the U.S. be doing more to ensure we have better insight into China's intentions?  For these questions and more we caught up with Ambassador Joe Detrani for an expert brief.  

The Uncut Gems Mixtape
100: The Centennial Episode, Our Newest Celebrity Fan, How You Should Celebrate Wins & The Best Of.

The Uncut Gems Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 79:14


During this momentous installment we recognize our creation of 100 episodes. We talk about our favorite episodes and catch phrases. We also give some insight regarding our creative process. Lastly, we encourage our listeners to treat themselves and celebrate their own personal wins. But wait, there's more - We give a S/O to our FIRST celebrity friend of the show. Guess who? Listen of the week: “We Gonna Make It” - Jada Kiss Feat. Styles P https://youtu.be/3CCvgKMiVlI --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Futility Closet
346-A Desperate Winter in Antarctica

Futility Closet

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 33:17


In 1898 a Belgian ship on a scientific expedition was frozen into the sea off the coast of Antarctica. During the long polar night, its 18 men would confront fear, death, illness, and despair. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe life aboard the Belgica during its long, dark southern winter. We'll also consider a devaluing signature and puzzle over some missing music. Intro: George S. Kaufman was uninterested in Eddie Fisher's dating problems. The Hatter and the March Hare impugn one another's honesty. Sources for our feature on the Belgian Antarctic Expedition of 1897–1899: Julian Sancton, Madhouse at the End of the Earth: The Belgica's Journey Into the Dark Antarctic Night, 2021. Roland Huntford, The Last Place on Earth, 1985. T.H. Baughman, Before the Heroes Came: Antarctica in the 1890s, 1994. Marilyn Landis, Antarctica: Exploring the Extreme, 2001. Frederick Albert Cook, Through the First Antarctic Night, 1898-1899: A Narrative of the Voyage of the "Belgica" Among Newly Discovered Lands and Over an Unknown Sea About the South Pole, 1900. Henryk Arçtowski, The Antarctic Voyage of the Belgica During the Years 1897, 1898, and 1899, 1902. Patrick De Deckker, "On the Long-Ignored Scientific Achievements of the Belgica Expedition 1897-1899," Polar Research 37:1 (2018), 1474695. Alexandru Marinescu, "An Original Document About the History of the Antarctic Expedition 'Belgica,'" in Charles W. Finkl and Christopher Makowski, eds., Diversity in Coastal Marine Sciences: Historical Perspectives and Contemporary Research of Geology, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Remote Sensing, 2017. Jacek Machowski, "Contribution of H. Arçtowski and AB Dobrowolski to the Antarctic Expedition of Belgica (1897-1899)," Polish Polar Research 19:1-2 (1998), 15-30. Kjell-G. Kjær, "Belgica in the Arctic," Polar Record 41:3 (2005), 205-214. Roger H. Charlier, "Philatelic Panorama of Some Belgian Antarctic Marine Contributions, 19th-21st Centuries: From Belgica to Princess Elisabeth," Journal of Coastal Research 26:2 (2010), 359-376. Hugo Decleir and Gaston R. Demarée, "The Belgica Antarctic Expedition, 1897-1899: A View, 120 Years Later," Okhotsk Sea and Polar Oceans Research 5 (2021), 7-14. Claude de Broyer and Thierry Kuyken, "The Celebration of the Centennial of the Belgica Antarctic Expedition: A Tribute to the Pioneers," Polish Polar Research 22:1 (2001), 71-76. Ian N. Higginson, "Roald Amundsen's Belgica Diary: The First Scientific Expedition to the Antarctic, Edited by Hugo Decleir," Arctic 54:1 (2001), 86-87. Henryk Gurgul, "Henryk Arçtowski and Antoni Dobrowolski in the Hundredth Anniversary of 'Belgica' Expedition to Antarctica," Oceanologia 39:2 (1997), 197-199. Evert Lataire et al., "The Contradictions Between the Original Three Master Belgica and Present Regulations," in Royal Institution of Naval Architects, Historic Ships 2009, 2009. Roger H. Charlier et al., "Belgica's Antarctic Toponymic Legacy," Journal of Coastal Research 26:6 (November 2010), 1168-1171. Peder Roberts, "Belgium's Day in the Midnight Sun," Metascience 12:3 (November 2003), 345-348. Pat Millar, "The Tension Between Emotive/Aesthetic and Analytic/Scientific Motifs in the Work of Amateur Visual Documenters of Antarctica's Heroic Era," Polar Record 53:3 (May 2017), 245-256. Pat Millar, "Frederick A. Cook: The Role of Photography in the Making of His Polar Explorer-Hero Image," Polar Record 51:4 (July 2015), 432-443. H.R. Guly, "'Polar Anaemia': Cardiac Failure During the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration," Polar Record 48:2 (April 2012), 157-164. Shane McCorristine and Jane S.P. Mocellin, "Christmas at the Poles: Emotions, Food, and Festivities on Polar Expeditions, 1818-1912," Polar Record 52:5 (September 2016), 562-577. Lawrence A. Palinkas and Peter Suedfeld, "Psychological Effects of Polar Expeditions," Lancet 371:9607 (Jan. 12-18, 2008), 153-63. Arnoldus Schytte Blix, "On Roald Amundsen's Scientific Achievements," Polar Research 35:1 (2016), 1-7. Paul Pelseneer and Henryk Arçtowski, "The Belgian Antarctic Expedition," Geographical Journal 19:3 (March 1902), 387-389. Henryk Arçtowski, "The Antarctic Voyage of the 'Belgica' During the Years 1897, 1898, and 1899," Geographical Journal 18:4 (October 1901), 353-390. W.T. Blanford, et al., "The Antarctic Voyage of the 'Belgica' During the Years 1897, 1898, and 1899: Discussion," Geographical Journal 18:4 (October 1901), 390-394. Peter J. Anderson, "How the South Was Won," Wilson Quarterly 5:4 (Autumn 1981), 52-68. David H. Stam and Deirdre C. Stam, "Bending Time: The Function of Periodicals in Nineteenth-Century Polar Naval Expeditions," Victorian Periodicals Review 41:4 (Winter 2008), 301-322. Julian Sancton, "The Antarctic Expedition That Changed Modern Medicine," Time, May 12, 2021. Tom Kizzia, "Moving to Mars," New Yorker, April 13, 2015. Julian Sancton, "A Brief History of People Losing Their Minds in Antarctica," GQ, May 3, 2021. Julian Sancton, "The Explorer Who Charted the Course to Peace in Antarctica," Boston Globe, May 16, 2021. Sara Wheeler, "Freezing for Belgium," Wall Street Journal, May 13, 2021. Nicole Cliffe, "The Tale of a Chaotic and Failed Attempt to Explore Antarctica in 1897," New York Times, May 6, 2021. "Baron de Gerlache, Explorer, Dies, 69; Led Expeditions to Arctic and Antarctic -- Head of Belgian Marine Bureau," New York Times, Dec. 5, 1934. "Cook's Antarctic Trip; Joined the Belgica Expedition at the Last Moment," New York Times, Sept. 3, 1909. "A Visit to the Antarctic Region," San Francisco Call, June 24, 1899. "Return of Dr. Cook," [Meriden, Conn.] Journal, June 23, 1899. Frederick A. Cook, "A Trip to the Antarctic," New York Times, Jan. 2, 1898. "Belgian Antarctic Expedition (1897-1899)," Frederick A. Cook Digital Exhibition, Ohio State University (accessed May 30, 2021). Listener mail: vlogbrothers, "John's World Record," YouTube, April 2, 2021 (video). Jane Wakefield, "App Used by Emergency Services Under Scrutiny," BBC News, April 29, 2021. Jane Wakefield, "Rescuers Question What3Words' Use in Emergencies," BBC News, June 1, 2021. Zack Whittaker, "What3Words Sent a Legal Threat to a Security Researcher for Sharing an Open-Source Alternative," TechCrunch, April 30, 2021. Aaron Toponce's Twitter profile. This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Izzy Cope. You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on Google Podcasts, on Apple Podcasts, or via the RSS feed at https://futilitycloset.libsyn.com/rss. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- you can choose the amount you want to pledge, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at podcast@futilitycloset.com. Thanks for listening!

Shaping Opinion
A Century of Respect: The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Shaping Opinion

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 41:49


Gavin McIlvenna joins Tim on the Centennial of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Gavin is president of the Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. He had a long and distinguished career in the U.S. Army, but one of the more unique experiences he's had is the time he spent guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery. In this episode, Gavin tells the story behind the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and the symbolic and real significance of one of the most hallowed places on American soil. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/shapingopinion/Tomb_of_the_Unknown_Soldier_auphonic.mp3 There are places throughout the United States where those who've died for their country are remembered with honor and where they remain. Churchyard cemeteries in places like Boston and Philadelphia to honor the Revolutionary War dead. Or battlefield cemeteries like the one in Gettysburg to honor the fallen during the American Civil War. But in America's history, there hadn't been a single place. A dedicated place to pay tribute to those who gave their lives for our freedoms and for the nation. That changed after World War One. After the Great War, France and Great Britain decided to select one of their fallen soldiers to represent all of the dead from World War One. They laid an unknown soldier to rest in an honored place on November 11, 1920, just over 100 years ago. Other nations followed in similar fashion. Portugal, Italy, Belgium. All selected an unknown soldier to receive full military honors and burial at an honored place in those countries. The commanding general of American forces in France at the time was Brigadier General William Connor. He first heard about the French plans to honor their Unknown Solider during the planning phases. He liked the idea and ran it up the chain, only to be rejected by the U.S. Army Chief of Staff, General Payton March. That was in 1919. General March felt the Americans would be able to identify all of their own dead, so there wouldn't be any “unknown soldiers,” and he felt the U.S. had no comparable burial place for a fallen hero that was similar to Westminster Abbey in Great Britain. But on December 20, 1921, U.S. Congressman Hamilton Fish of New York introduced a resolution that called for the return to the country of an unknown American who was killed during World War One. He wanted to bury a soldier who was killed in France, and then make plans for his burial with full military honors in a tomb that would be constructed at Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb was built and is now located at the Memorial Amphitheater in Arlington Cemetery. On November 11, 1921, the body of an unidentified soldier who was killed in France, was laid to rest. He represents all of the unidentified and missing from World War One. Since that time, an unidentified American service member has been laid to rest at that tomb, with the highest honors, representing World War Two, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. One crypt sits empty to represent all those who remain missing. This year marks the Centennial of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Links Arlington National Cemetery Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier National Commemoration of the Centennial, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier The 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, The Old Guard About this Episode's Guest Gavin McIlvenna Sergeant Major (Retired) Gavin L. McIlvenna is the 11th President of the Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (SHGTUS) SGM (Ret) McIlvenna retired from the US Army after nearly 23years of service, with various peace and contingency operations in Northern Iraq, Bosnia, Baghdad, and Africa. Throughout his career, he has held every key leadership from sniper team leader to operations sergeant major. His military education includes the all levels of the Non[1]Commissioned Officers Education System culminating with the United States Army Sergeant...

Shaping Opinion
A Century of Respect: The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Shaping Opinion

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 41:49


Gavin McIlvenna joins Tim on the Centennial of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Gavin is president of the Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. He had a long and distinguished career in the U.S. Army, but one of the more unique experiences he's had is the time he spent guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery. In this episode, Gavin tells the story behind the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and the symbolic and real significance of one of the most hallowed places on American soil. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/shapingopinion/Tomb_of_the_Unknown_Soldier_auphonic.mp3 There are places throughout the United States where those who've died for their country are remembered with honor and where they remain. Churchyard cemeteries in places like Boston and Philadelphia to honor the Revolutionary War dead. Or battlefield cemeteries like the one in Gettysburg to honor the fallen during the American Civil War. But in America's history, there hadn't been a single place. A dedicated place to pay tribute to those who gave their lives for our freedoms and for the nation. That changed after World War One. After the Great War, France and Great Britain decided to select one of their fallen soldiers to represent all of the dead from World War One. They laid an unknown soldier to rest in an honored place on November 11, 1920, just over 100 years ago. Other nations followed in similar fashion. Portugal, Italy, Belgium. All selected an unknown soldier to receive full military honors and burial at an honored place in those countries. The commanding general of American forces in France at the time was Brigadier General William Connor. He first heard about the French plans to honor their Unknown Solider during the planning phases. He liked the idea and ran it up the chain, only to be rejected by the U.S. Army Chief of Staff, General Payton March. That was in 1919. General March felt the Americans would be able to identify all of their own dead, so there wouldn't be any “unknown soldiers,” and he felt the U.S. had no comparable burial place for a fallen hero that was similar to Westminster Abbey in Great Britain. But on December 20, 1921, U.S. Congressman Hamilton Fish of New York introduced a resolution that called for the return to the country of an unknown American who was killed during World War One. He wanted to bury a soldier who was killed in France, and then make plans for his burial with full military honors in a tomb that would be constructed at Arlington National Cemetery. The tomb was built and is now located at the Memorial Amphitheater in Arlington Cemetery. On November 11, 1921, the body of an unidentified soldier who was killed in France, was laid to rest. He represents all of the unidentified and missing from World War One. Since that time, an unidentified American service member has been laid to rest at that tomb, with the highest honors, representing World War Two, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. One crypt sits empty to represent all those who remain missing. This year marks the Centennial of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Links Arlington National Cemetery Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier National Commemoration of the Centennial, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier The 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, The Old Guard About this Episode's Guest Gavin McIlvenna Sergeant Major (Retired) Gavin L. McIlvenna is the 11th President of the Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (SHGTUS) SGM (Ret) McIlvenna retired from the US Army after nearly 23years of service, with various peace and contingency operations in Northern Iraq, Bosnia, Baghdad, and Africa. Throughout his career, he has held every key leadership from sniper team leader to operations sergeant major. His military education includes the all levels of the Non[1]Commissioned Officers Education System culminating with the United States Army Sergeant...