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This Day in History Class
A 3,500-year-old ancient Egyptian obelisk is erected in Central Park, New York - January 22nd, 1881

This Day in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 10:53


On this day in 1881, an ancient Egyptian obelisk, also known as Cleopatra's Needle, was installed in Central Park, just behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

All I want to do is talk about Madonna
S3, E8 - Forbidden Love

All I want to do is talk about Madonna

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 27:52


Mark and Kenny face their own forbidden fears about love while grooving to the first collaboration with Babyface Edmonds. Topics include the superstar sequencing of Bedtime Stories, the musical beauty of whispering, the rumored musical video, the shadow disco song of the same name, Mike the Trainer, and a sexy jaunt through 90s radio R&B. Plus, the imagined first meeting in Central Park with … Carlos Leon! “When Can I See You Again” by Babyface video directed by Randee St. Nicholas (1994)“Red Light Special” by TLC video directed by Matthew Rolston (1994)“Exhale (Shoop Shoop)” by Whitney Houston video directed by Forest Whitaker (1995)

Time Flies with Jesus Sepulveda
Episode 57 - Sepulveda's Are In New York!

Time Flies with Jesus Sepulveda

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 52:52


Episode 57 . Jesus makes it to New York City and takes his mom and dad with him ! They talk about All the things at the scene Central Park where John Lennon got murdered Empire State building and they also talked about all the places that they went to go eat it is a funny episode and then Jesus reveals the reason why he went to New York the secret is out enjoy!   SUBSCRIBE AND COMMENT! Follow Jesus Sepulveda on Instagram @JesusTheComedian

Cardionerds
173. Case Report: A Block and a Leak Lead to Shock – Weill Cornell

Cardionerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 74:01


CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder) join Dr. Jaya Kanduri, Dr. Dan Lu, and Dr. Joe Wang from Weill Cornell Cardiology for Levain cookies in Central Park. The ECPR is provided by Dr. Harsimran Singh (Cardiology Program Director and Interventional Cardiologist with expertise in ACHD). We discuss a case of a 24-year-old female with a history of unicuspid aortic valve with associated aortopathy status post mechanical aortic valve replacement and Bentall procedure at age 16 presents with acute onset substernal chest pain and shortness of breath. She was found to have mechanical aortic valve obstruction and severe aortic regurgitation resulting in cardiogenic shock. Unfortunately, the shock quickly progressed to refractory cardiac arrest requiring mechanical support with VA-ECMO before valve debridement was performed in the operating room. The differential for mechanical prosthetic valve stenosis includes pannus, thrombus, or vegetation. She was eventually found to have thrombus obstructing the outflow tract and holding the mechanical leaflets open leading to torrential regurgitation. She underwent successful surgical debridement. We discuss unicuspid aortic valve and associated aortopathy, surgical considerations regarding AVR, diagnosis and management of prosthetic valve dysfunction, approach to cardiogenic shock and considerations around activating and managing VA-ECMO. With this episode, the CardioNerds family warmly welcomes Weill Cornell Cardiology to the CardioNerds Healy Honor Roll. The CardioNerds Healy Honor Roll programs support and foster the the CardioNerds spirit and mission of democratizing cardiovascular education. Healy Honor Roll programs nominate fellows from their program who are highly motivated and are passionate about medical education. The Weill Cornell fellowship program director, Dr. Harsimran Singh has nominated Dr. Jaya Kanduri for this position. Claim free CME just for enjoying this episode!  Disclosures: NoneJump to: Pearls - Notes - References CardioNerds Case Reports PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Case Media ECGCXREchoRHC PSL AP3 Color LHC - LCA LHC - LCA RCA Aortogram TEE TEE 2 Episode Teaching Pearls - Mechanical Valve Thrombosis (1) Unicuspid aortic valves present with aortic stenosis earlier in life. There can be concurrent aortic regurgitation and, like bicuspid aortic valves, unicuspids can be associated with aortopathy as well as other congenital anomalies. (2) Prosthetic valve stenosis is assessed with different echocardiographic parameters than what we use for native valves. The differential for mechanical valve stenosis includes pannus, thrombus, or vegetation. Patient prosthesis mismatch may also lead to elevated gradients. (3) VA-ECMO provides robust flow in the setting of cardiogenic shock as well as gas exchange. While this flow may improve end-organ perfusion, it also increases left ventricular afterload, thereby potentially worsening LV ischemia and impeding LV recovery. Elevated afterload may also decrease innate contractility and prevent aortic valve leaflets from opening. Therefore, if a patient with a mechanical valve is on VA-ECMO, ensuring valve opening to prevent valve (or ventricular) thrombosis is paramount. (4) Venting is sometimes necessary to decrease the left ventricular end diastolic pressure from the high afterload imposed by VA-ECMO. A microaxial temporary LVAD (example – Impella device) directly unloads the left ventricle, but cannot be used in the setting of a mechanical aortic valve. TandemHeart is also a consideration (inflow cannula placed across the interatrial septum in the left atrium) to unload the LV, but does not improve flow across the aortic valve so can lead to thrombus if a...

The Daily Refresh with John Lee Dumas
1378: The Daily Refresh | Quotes - Gratitude - Guided Breathing

The Daily Refresh with John Lee Dumas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 2:38


A daily quote to inspire the mind, gratitude to warm the soul, and guided breathing to energize the body. Quote: Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time. ~George Bernard Shaw Gratitude: Your favorite place in your house or city. Whether it's a nook in your living room or Bow Bridge in Central Park, it's always there when you need a little comfort and time to reflect. Guided Breathing: Equal Breathing. Visit TheDailyRefresh.com to share your unique piece of gratitude which will be featured on an upcoming episode, and make sure to watch the tutorial of how to make The Daily Refresh part of your Alexa Flash Briefings! Call to action: If you're ready to master productivity, discipline and focus in 100 days, visit TheMasteryJournal.com and you'll have the step by step guidance to do just that. Use promo code 'refresh' as a thank you for listening to The Daily Refresh.

Minority Korner
MK334: Doin it for Ourselves! (Golden Globes, Seneca Village, Rule of 3: Betty White, Sidney Poitier, Bob Saget)

Minority Korner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 46:52


We're officially back, there's no one else in the world we would rather start the year off with than the queen of minority Korner herself Nnekay Fitzclarke! If 30 Rock has taught us anything it's that the rule of 3 in celebrity deaths is real as we have lost Betty White, Sidney Poitier, and Bob Saget. The Golden Globes.. Happened? But does it count? There were also some big historic wins when it comes to representation!  In the main Korner James finally delivers on the history of Seneca Village, a once prominent Black community where Central Park now resides. Find out what happened to this Black community and how this displacement still happens today.  REFERENCE LINKS:Golden Globes Winners: https://www.comingsoon.net/movies/news/1207430-2022-golden-globe-winners-revealedSeneca Village: https://www.centralparknyc.org/articles/seneca-village Manhatta to Manhattan the Lenape: https://www.k12.wa.us/sites/default/files/public/indianed/tribalsovereignty/elementary/uselementary/uselementary-unit1/level2-materials/manahatta_to_manhattan.pdf Minority Korner on YouTube:  https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: minoritykorner@gmail.comIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur 

Business Pants
Metaverse conspiracy theories (based in cold, hard fact*)

Business Pants

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 25:27


Damion puts on his tinfoil hat and goes into full on conspiracy theorist mode about Robinhood, Jack Dorsey, parking meter QR code scammers and much more. Arguably overkill. ALSO! NFTs of Central Park, striking Kroger employees, mushroom leather, and Ari and Matt visit ~ Decentraland ~** ”fact” might be pushing it

Podcast In Death
Heart Flutter TM - We Review Visions in Death

Podcast In Death

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 123:14


In this episode, we review “Visions in Death,” and there is a LOT to talk about in this book, so this is a 2 hour episode. This is a book about overcoming and strength of character and restraint and also relationships. We don’t understand why Eve doesn’t keep a change of clothes in Roarke’s car or airplane? That way, when you get called to a crime scene in Central Park, you don’t have to climb around on rocks in heels. The murderer in this book is taking his victims eyes and we’re all pretty creeped out by that. Jen thinks that “eye stuff” and “mouth stuff” is gross. This book is also a good Roarke book. He did all the right things and made it through the whole book without pissing us off. We love that Mavis asks Eve and Roarke to be her backup coaches for her delivery, and they panic a bit about that. Jen loves when Eve takes on the muscle guys in Jim’s Gym, but she cautions against bench pressing your own weight. Peabody drops the bombshell on McNab that she never slept with Charles. We find out that Tara would not eat the last cookie if she was out to lunch with friends, but if, instead it was pie or tiramisu, she would be all over the last piece. Eve finally tells Peabody about her past, and we love how Peabody is so open and supportive. Then the murderer comes after Peabody and puts Peabody in the hospital, which is horrifying for everyone. BUT…Peabody under the influence of pain meds is one of the funniest scenes in the entire series. The book ends with them catching the killer, but then there’s a surprise ending! We really love this book, and we hope you all really love this episode. Enjoy!

SAD IN THE CITY
EP 5 - I'm Having a Good Time & I'm Sorry

SAD IN THE CITY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022


Wait... is Taylor actually liking NYC? Between her apartment coming together, lovely walks through Central Park, and a to-do list of finding interesting stuff to talk about... New York has been pulling through lately.Thank you for listening to Sad in the City with Taylor Tomlinson. Connect with us by searching @sadinthecitypod on Instagram, Tik Tok, and Twitter. Email us your city and sad stories to sadinthecitypod@gmail.com. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE so you never miss a new episode!

Thriving Beyond Belief with Cheryl Scruggs

I love (in no particular order), date nights, being a momma, Taco Tuesday, going to the movies with the fam (popcorn with extra butter and peanut M&Ms – always), good reports at our Staff Meeting, dancing at weddings until they kick me off the dance floor, a good historical fiction novel that makes me think and cry, worship, baking, long deep chats that bring change and revelation, reconciliation, the Word of God, prayer, hosting parties (when I'm not feeling introverted), Central Park in Fall, walking my dog in our neighborhood, vacation with my crew, building the church in any way I can, writing, creating, 80's music, working out, coffee, kombucha, green juice and trying new food. Here's a little bit about Andi: "I was born and raised in Spokane, Washington, and in 2002, met, fell in love with, and married my husband Paul (aka Paul Hot Andrew) in Sydney, Australia where I lived for nearly 10 years. My first three children were born on Aussie soil – pretty much back to back – three kids under the age of three (I'm sweating again just thinking about it). In May of 2010, our family sold almost everything we owned, bar a few keepsakes and clothes of course, packed up our lives and moved to New York City to establish Liberty Church, now a growing church with multiple communities in the city and beyond. We weren't done having kids just yet, until the one and only American born Samuel Malachi came in to our lives in 2012 (Sam for President). We currently reside in Brooklyn, New York with our four children, Ezekiel (Zeke) Benjamin, Jesse Freedom, Finley Grace, and Samuel Malachi." Related Links: Facebook Page:  /AndiAndrew.page Instagram: @AndiAndrew Website: Andi Andrew

Composers Datebook
On the Mall with Goldman

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 2:00


Synopsis We'd like to start the new year with some upbeat music to honor the American composer and bandleader Edwin Franko Goldman, who was born in Louisville, Kentucky, on today's date in 1878. At the tender age of 14, Goldman attended the National Conservatory of Music in New York City, where he studied composition with Antonin Dvorak. At 15, Goldman became a professional trumpet player with the Metropolitan Opera orchestra. In 1911, he founded the New York Military Band, later known simply as the Goldman Band. They performed hundreds of public concerts around the city, including on the Mall in Central Park.  In the 1930s, radio broadcasts made the Goldman Band famous nationwide. Their catchy signature tune, entitled “On the Mall,” was composed by Goldman himself, and invited the audiences to sing – or even whistle – along. Goldman composed about 150 band works of his own, and commissioned many more, including classics by composers such as Virgil Thomson, Walter Piston, and Howard Hanson. The Goldman Band, led by Goldman or his son Richard, also premiered new works by leading European composers. Goldman founded the American Bandmasters Association in 1929 and served as its Second Honorary Life President after John Philip Sousa. Music Played in Today's Program Edwin Franko Goldman (1878 - 1956) — On the Mall (Eastman Wind Ensemble; Frederick Fennell, cond.) Mercury 434 334

Sweathead with Mark Pollard
15 Strategy Questions Answered - Walk and Talk, Central Park (bye bye 2021)

Sweathead with Mark Pollard

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 39:47


Last episode of 2021! We discuss why creatives might dislike a strategist, what to do as the only creative strategist in a team, why “right” doesn't matter, and how to turn despair into creativity. Thank you to everyone who shared prompts and questions with me over on Instagram @markpollard. Happy new year!

What's Your Deal with Scott Hall
Central Park | EP 84

What's Your Deal with Scott Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 28:05


This episode I just went to to Central Park. Talked about how awful the horses lives are there, if someone would've slapped me while I was there I wouldn't have done anything, everything is over sexualized, people are tired of politics and the virus, and I met a guy with a dog. Enjoy the episode, I love you --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatsyourdeal/support

Bawdy Storytelling
Episode 207: ‘It's Never Too Late' (Billie Bertan)

Bawdy Storytelling

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 30:10


What do Marilyn Monroe and Reinvention have in common? For our last episode of 2021, Trans Role Model Billie Bertan tells us how she came to love herself. How can a child who knew only knew hunger and homelessness become the poster child for rebirth? In this epic true tale, Billie encounters Marilyn, cinematic superstar Ondine, the iconic Andy Warhol, and finds her people among the illegal homosexuals of Central Park's Vaseline Flats. But Billie was just getting started: she hitchhiked to San Francisco to Transition at 50, she's now 38 years sober, she recently gave up smoking after 66 years, and this year - at the age of 80 - she lectured at Stanford.  Aunt Billie wants you know: Anything is possible, and Pleasure is your Birthright! #Trans #RememberWhoYouAre #CharmingPinkBow   Song: ‘Body and Mind‘ (Girl in Red) Episode links:   Uberlube: Uberlube is a luxurious, high-grade silicone lubricant made from clean, body-friendly ingredients; it's just silicone with a little Vitamin E. 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The Ezra Klein Show
Best of: Clint Smith III on confronting the legacy of slavery

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 61:42


Vox's Jamil Smith talks with author Clint Smith III about his book How the Word Is Passed, which documents the writer's personal journey visiting sites that embody the legacy of American slavery. They discuss the power of this re-confrontation, how to bridge the gaps in education and awareness of America's past, and the experience of Black writers in a nation that is "a web of contradictions." Host: Jamil Smith (@JamilSmith), Senior Correspondent, Vox Guest: Clint Smith III (@ClintSmithIII), Staff writer, The Atlantic References:  How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America by Clint Smith (Little, Brown; 2021) "Why Confederate Lies Live On" by Clint Smith (The Atlantic; May 10) "The lost neighborhood under New York's Central Park" by Ranjani Chakraborty (Vox; Jan. 20, 2020) "The Statue of Liberty was created to celebrate freed slaves, not immigrants, its new museum recounts" by Gillian Brockell (Washington Post; May 23, 2019) "No, the Civil War didn't erase slavery's harm" by W. Caleb McDaniel (Houston Chronicle; July 12, 2019) Nikole Hannah-Jones Issues Statement on Decision to Decline Tenure Offer at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and to Accept Knight Chair Appointment at Howard University (NAACP Legal Defense Fund; July 6) Crash Course: Black American History, hosted by Clint Smith Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Conversations ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of Vox Conversations by subscribing in your favorite podcast app. Support Vox Conversations by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts This episode was made by:  Producer: Erikk Geannikis Editor: Amy Drozdowska Engineer: Paul Robert Mounsey Vox Audio Fellow: Victoria Dominguez Deputy Editorial Director, Vox Talk: Amber Hall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

This Date in Weather History
1966: Christmas Eve coastal storm strikes East coast

This Date in Weather History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 2:40


A coastal storm developed in Gulf States and moved up East Coast on December 24, 1966. A widespread white Christmas resulted for many. Thunder and vivid lightning were reported along with heavy rain and snow from Baltimore north to Rhode Island. JFK Airport closed for 24 hours because of drifting snow. Nantucket Sound saw seas up to 40' - boat trips were cancelled and people were unable to get to Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket for the Christmas Holiday. Philadelphia had more than a foot of snow. Baltimore more than 8 and Atlantic City more than 6", Washington DC had 6.5" the most ever on Christmas Eve. Highpoint State Park, NYC 19", Central Park, NY 7.1", Pittsfield, MA 17" – an all time snow record, 24 hours. In Boston, MA, 67 mph winds blew down Christmas decorations. Storm was of great benefit to holiday skiers; up to 20" of snow fell in the VT and NH mountains. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Honestly with Bari Weiss
Replay: The Real Story of “The Central Park Karen”

Honestly with Bari Weiss

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 83:15


Over the next few days we are going to be replaying some listener favorites from the last year, starting with what was without a doubt our most provocative and popular episode: a re-examination of the Central Park Karen. Amy Cooper was not the internet's first “Karen” — the pejorative used for a demanding, entitled white woman. But as the Central Park dog walker who went viral for calling the police on a black birdwatcher last year, she quickly became the paragon of the archetype. Within 24 hours, Amy Cooper had been doxxed, fired from her job, and surrendered her dog. She wound up fleeing the country. She hasn't spoken publicly since last summer. Until now.  In a wide-ranging interview with Kmele Foster, friend of Honestly and co-host of The Fifth Column, we revisit the story of what happened in the park that day. We show what the media intentionally left out of the story. And we examine the cost of mob justice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Johnny King Show
Stop Making Decisions Out Of Fear

The Johnny King Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 22:10


Episode 284: In this episode you'll learn about…All about that Central Park action. (0:53)Don't be an idiot. (5:12)Your fear list. (9:52)You care more about your need for growth. (14:51)Stay above the line and take care of you. (18:49)

Une lettre d'Amérique
BEST OF - Balade dans New York, entre gratte-ciels, ponts iconiques et Central Park

Une lettre d'Amérique

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 45:12


Si New York est aussi iconique, c'est en partie grâce à eux. Le monde entier connait Manhattan grâce à ses immenses gratte-ciels, ses ponts surplombant East River ou l'Hudson, ou encore son mythique parc. Lionel Gendron, correspondant de RTL à New York arpente le bitume de la "Grosse Pomme" depuis plus d'un an déjà. Dans cet épisode Best-Of, il nous fait découvrir les tours et les monuments les plus emblématiques de la ville, et nous offre une ballade dans Central Park, gigantesque poumon vert de New-yorkais. Chaque semaine, le mardi, Lionel Gendron nous adresse une lettre d'Amérique. Un podcast sous forme de courrier audio, posté depuis Manhattan, à New York. Une carte-postale sonore pour nous aider à mieux comprendre cette Amérique à la fois si familière et parfois totalement déconcertante.

GENERATION RIPE
The Seventy-First One... and the 2021 Holidays with Wendi & Dfernando

GENERATION RIPE

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 22:45


Episode 71 and its the 2021 Holiday Season and Wendi and Dfernando chat about her new film RENO 911!: THE HUNT FOR QANON (streaming on Paramount Plus), her upcoming appearance at SF SKETCHFEST in San Francisco, Heather McDonald, Tova Leigh and her promo material for her new book YOU DID WHAT?, being sent by accident personal adult photos, to Richard Marx and the THE GOLDBERGS' 200th episode.  Also, they both give suggestions on how to spend the holidays if you don't want to (or can't) see family, friends, etc.  Dfernando shares his tradition of walking down Fifth Avenue in New York City viewing the lavish window displays at Bergdorf Goodman, the Disney-esque light show at Saks Fifth Avenue, to Rockefeller Center and the legendary oversized Christmas tree.   Wendi suggests doing a deep cleaning, purging items you no longer use, HBO's SILICON VALLEY, doing some Christmas Day shopping for sales, and randomly handing out lottery scratch-off tickets.     On THE RIPE REPORT, Dfernando raves about the new Aaron Sorkin film BEING THE RICARDOS starring Oscar winners Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz (streaming on Amazon Prime), and Wendi brings back a ROTTEN with the mispronunciation of the word "women." Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their Team GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website.  Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPERemember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com

The TV Campfire
"TV Mixtape: Original Songs" (Season 10)

The TV Campfire

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 51:39


When it comes to TV soundtracks, finding and securing the perfect song out of millions of options is hard enough. But creating the perfect song and turning it into a legitimate earworm? Even harder. Join us for an inside look at the unique process of constructing TV's catchiest, funniest, and most moving original songs, with the geniuses behind them.This panel originally aired on June 14, 2021, as part of ATX TV Festival Season 10. PANELISTS:Loren Bouchard (Creator/Showrunner/EP, Central Park, Bob's Burgers)Nida Manzoor (Showrunner/EP, We Are Lady Parts)Chris Kelly (Showrunner/EP, The Other Two)Sarah Schneider (Showrunner/EP, The Other Two)Jeff Richmond (Composer/EP, Girls5Eva)Siddhartha Khosla (Composer, This Is Us)MODERATOR: Daniel Fienberg (The Hollywood Reporter)SUBSCRIBE to our ATX TV YouTube Channel for more panels, conversations & events with your favorite TV creatives and casts.FOLLOW ATX TV at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.For more information on ATX TV Festival, visit: atxfestival.com

Penguin Audio
Audiolibro: Marfil (Enfrentados 1) - Mercedes Ron

Penguin Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 3:01


Escucha este audiolibro completo aquí: https://bit.ly/3ITw1VhNarrado por: Lilian Rodas / Tito TrifolMarfil tiene 20 años y vive en Nueva York, pero no todo es tan idílico como parece: hace unos días fue secuestrada mientras paseaba por Central Park. Su padre tiene muy claro que la razón del secuestro ha sido para mandarle un mensaje: podemos llegar a ella. A pesar de ser liberada, todo ha cambiado para Marfil: su vida no es la misma, y ella tampoco. Sobre todo porque ahora nunca está sola: siempre la acompaña Sebastian Moore, su guardaespaldas. Sebastian demostrará ser el encargado perfecto para protegerla, sobre todo cuando comienzan a llegar las amenazas de muerte, aunque nunca hubiese pensado que la tarea más complicada no sería esa, sino mantener a Marfil Cortés alejada de él. ¿Está Marfil preparada para descubrir la verdad de su pasado? ¿Lo pondrá todo en riesgo la atracción que ha surgido entre ambos? #penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Mercedes #Ron #MercedesRon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Milky Way Underground
Chapter 9: Central Park

Milky Way Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 16:18


Elijah and Lydia are back in New York City, but leaving Central Park is harder than it should be. Clues from the other world come together to open a new path. Featuring: Asher Talty as Elijah Casey Watkins as Lydia Susannah Flood as Celia Grant Stewart as Trevor Theo Ashley as Sean/Young Dad and Regina Fernandez as the Narrator More information about Milky Way Underground: https://milkywayunderground.com Follow us: https://twitter.com/milkywaytransit https://www.instagram.com/milkywayunderground/ https://www.facebook.com/milkywayunderground Brought to you by TRAX from PRX.

Ali on the Run Show
452. Alexi Pappas, New York City Marathoner

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 49:23


Photo by Stone Malick. “I just started to leap — like a prancing dancer across one of the intersections. And the crowd just lit up and went crazy… And I realized, this is fun!” There were more than 30,000 runners at this year's New York City Marathon. But it feels safe to say that no one had more fun on that course than professional runner and Olympian Alexi Pappas. On this episode, Alexi recounts her joyful journey from Staten Island to Central Park. She talks about her plans and goals for the day, and shares the story of how she made a friend — Vito — at mile three, with whom she went on to run the entire rest of the race. She talks about leaning into fun, about channeling her true inner self on the run, and about the life-changing advice she got from Jenny Simpson after the race. Plus, how she's coped with the post-marathon comedown, and why she wants people to stop asking professional runners what's next. SPONSOR: AfterShokz — Visit ontherun.aftershokz.com for 15% off wireless headphones. What you'll get on this episode: The New York City Marathon comedown (4:00) Alexi's favorite moment from the marathon (12:35) On marrying competitive drive and joy (26:30) All about running with Vito (32:30) The finish line feeling (35:00) Alexi's advice for how to make your next race more fun (42:30) Check out: Alexi Pappas on Episode 330 of the Ali on the Run Show Alexi Pappas on Episode 296 of the Ali on the Run Show Alexi Pappas on Episode 163 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Alexi: Instagram @alexipappas Twitter @alexipappas Facebook Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
Revisiting the Siege at Ruby Ridge w/ Freddie DeBoer & C. Derick Varn

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 91:11


On this edition of Parallax Views, long-time friend of the show C. Derick Varn and gadfly Freddie DeBoer join us to revisit the siege of Ruby Ridge. In 1992 federal agents had a stand-off with a radical, right-wing, Christian anti-government Weaver family. The patriarch from the family was charged with illegally modifying a firearm. Arguably, however, this would not have happened without federal official urging him to do so in what many would say was a case of entrapment. The 11 day stand off ended in the death of Randy Weaver's wife Vicki Weaver, 14-year old son Sammy Weaver, and the Weaver family's dog Striker as well as a U.S. Marshall. The story involved agencies like the FBI, ATF, and others and would serve to further radicalize the along with the Waco incident involving the death of the Branch Davidians led by David Koresh. What followed in the events of the incident was a trial. Additionally, Waco and Ruby Ridge likely were the "powder keg" so to speak that would inspire Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing. Should federal agencies be held to any account for the events of the siege? What to make of the admittedly extremist nature of the Weaver clan? Freddie and Derick discuss all of this with me and attempt to unpack the case while also commenting on issues like blowback, the relevance of the Weaver case today, civil liberties, the apocalyptic mindset of the Weaver family at the time and their religious motivations, escalation vs. de-escalation, the role of "macho" interpersonal relations and state sanctioned violence in these incidents, the Waco mini-series starring Michael Shannon, whether Randy Weaver a white supremacist, whether highlighting Ruby Ridge is an example of privilege white privilege, not glamorizing the Weavers while discussing this case, the Jan. 6. riots, the personality type attracted to policing, COINTEPRO operations, Col. Bo Gritz role in the Ruby Ridge stand-off and its de-escalation, the figure of Kevin Harris and his role in Ruby Ridge, Freddie's criticisms of the Ruby Ridge sniper and the orders he was given, the question of unconstitutional "Rules of Engagement", the use of lethal force by police and its expansion in the 1990s, domestic terrorism, the killing of George Floyd, the potential to accelerate a problem where trying to fight, the creation of right wing martyrs, the militia movement, the radicalization of the right and QAnon as a quasi-religious movement, moral simplicity in American political discourse, the Central Park birdwatching incident involving Amy Cooper and Christian Cooper (no relation), the militarization of police, consumption as a bad substitute for political identity and the feeling of political powerlessness in America today, the cancel culture debate and boycotts, structural problems vs. individual problems, the effects of capitalist atomization, intense tribalism, feeding one's political enemies to the National Security State, entrapment cases, the Michigan militia case and the kidnapping of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the Pennsylvania Dutch and Rod Dreher's The Benedict Option, and much, much more!

Expansión Daily: Lo que hay que saber
Más críticas a Sembrando Vida; Jack Dorsey deja el 'nido' de Twitter; y Chapultepec le ‘gana' a Central Park

Expansión Daily: Lo que hay que saber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 19:46


Desarrolladores de las vacunas Pfizer y Sputnik ya trabajan en nuevas versiones para la variante ómicron de Covid-19. Conacyt confirma a José Antonio Romero Telleache como director del CIDE a pesar de las protestas de la comunidad estudiantil. El presidente López Obrador niega que su familia se beneficie del programa Sembrando Vida como revela una investigación periodística. Jack Dorsey renuncia a la dirección de Twitter. Una influencer australiana dice que el Bosque de Chapultepec es superior al Central Park neoyorquino. Las noticias del día son comentadas por Maca Carriedo y Javier Garza. Comparte tu opinión con nosotros en Instagram: @expansion.daily. La información más completa de política y economía consúltala en Expansión.

Blue Balls NYCFC
Episode 26: S7E26: Dos A Ceros Para Todos

Blue Balls NYCFC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 65:36


It's November and MLS playoffs are in full swing -- and none other than the New York City Football Club is on their way to the Eastern Conference Semifinals after a massive 2-0 victory at home against Atlanta. Jake & Trey are here to break it all down for you, including Taty's skipper to open the gates, Rob Vartughian's secret set piece sauce, the gruesome death by suffocation of George Bello, missing (and missed) pigeons on the field, and the Deila mentality at the top of it all. Then: USMNT wins and draws, some offhand Champions chat, and other league action. And finally: can we do it again, but, uh, better? Bruce Arena's titanic New England is waiting for us on the other side of ThanksWeekend and a December game in Massachusetts is no walk in Central Park. Don't move a MUSCLE - you've got Blue Balls.

William Ramsey Investigates
Roberta Glass of the True Crime Report on the Central Park 5 and Jeffrey Epstein. July 12th, 2019

William Ramsey Investigates

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 51:48


Roberta Glass of the True Crime Report on the Central Park 5 and Jeffrey Epstein. July 12th, 2019 Roberta Glass True Crime Report https://www.youtube.com/user/robertaglass/videos

Defenders TV Podcast. The home of Punisher, Doctor Strange, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist reviews

We're having a LARP with Hawkeye Episode 2 "Hide and Seek". We discuss the episode in full spoiler filled detail. Make sure you watch both episode 1 and 2 before listening to our chat. Hawkeye Episode 2 "Never Meet Your Heroes" Synopsis Head Writer: Jonathan Igla Episode Written by: Elisa Lomnitz Climent Episode Directed By: Rhys Thomas Staff Writer: Heather Quinn Executive Story Editors: Katrina Mathewson and Tanner Bean After the events of the night before, Kate Bishop takes Clint Barton back to her apartment; but she has left a trail to her own home which is attacked by the Tracksuit Mafia. The pair are forced to evacuate the apartment after a Molotov cocktail sets Kate's home on fire, which prevents them from taking the Ronin suit away from the scene of the fire. Trying to get off grid, Kate takes them to her Aunt's apartment where she can rest and patch up her battle scars. Meanwhile Clint tries to recover the Ronin suit. While unsuccessful, he has a LARPer lead on where the Ronin suit may have gone. The next day Clint returns to his hotel and sends his children back home, promising to return home by Christmas day. He has 6-days and counting! With the kids on the plane he escorts Kate to her mother's company, Bishop Securities, then heads over to Central Park for some “Hey nonny, nonny” and live action role playing as he fights to the “death” a firefighter named Grill to recover the Ronin suit. With the suit in his possession he looks to contact the Russian Mafia believing he can sort out the mess created by Kate and be back home in time for Christmas. Later that evening, during dinner, tensions rise as Kate tries to prove that Jack Duquesne was involved in Armand's death, but her mother Eleanor is unconvinced. So Kate decides to settle the matter by challenging Duquesne to a fencing duel to prove he is a liar about his sword skills. She does, but her mother remains unconvinced. She leaves the apartment unsettled by an offer of a Armand III butterscotch from Jack which convinces her further of his involvement. In the taxi home she tries to contact Barton, not knowing that he has allowed himself to be captured by the Tracksuit Mafia. She tracks down Barton's location, but ends up being captured herself. As the pair are tied to fairground rides the gang informs their boss Maya Lopez, aka Echo, of Hawkeye and Kate Bishop's capture. Hawkeye Episode 2 Cast Jeremy Renner - Clint Barton / HawkeyeHailee Steinfeld - Kate BishopTony Dalton - Jack DuquesneVera Farmiga - Eleanor BishopFra Fee - KaziLinda Cardellini - Laura BartonAleks Paunovic - IvanPiotr Adamczyk - TomasCarlos Navarro - EnriqueBen Sakamoto - Cooper BartonAva Russo - Lila BartonCade Woodward - Nathaniel BartonAlaqua Cox - Maya LopezClayton English - Grills (FDNY LARPer)Ivan Mbakop - Detective Caudle A Return to Defending As we are returning to the Marvel TV universe we are using the format of our former Marvel podcast, Defenders TV Podcast. We discuss: - Our Top 3 Points (or Arrow Points) of the episode - Whether we each Defend the episode or not - Notes, Quotes and comic references The Hawkeye Pub Quiz During each podcast we'll ask a question about each episode in our Hawkeye Pub Quiz. You can send in your answers each week to feedback@tvpodcastindustries.com At the end of the six episode series the listeners with the most correct answers will be in with the chance of getting their hands on some Hawkeye goodies. All questions will be updated on: https://www.tvpodcastindustries.com Question 2: What is the number on the New York Fire Department helmet that Clint is wearing? Feedback for Hawkeye Once you've watched the episodes you can email us to feedback@tvpodcastindustries.com, you can message us @TVPodIndustries on Twitter or join our Facebook group at https://facebook.com/groups/tvpodcastindustries and share your thoughts in our spoiler posts for each episode.

TV Podcast Industries
Marvel's Hawkeye Episode 2 Hide and Seek

TV Podcast Industries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 61:41


We're having a LARP with Hawkeye Episode 2 "Hide and Seek". We discuss the episode in full spoiler filled detail. Make sure you watch both episode 1 and 2 before listening to our chat. Hawkeye Episode 2 "Never Meet Your Heroes" Synopsis Head Writer: Jonathan Igla Episode Written by: Elisa Lomnitz Climent Episode Directed By: Rhys Thomas Staff Writer: Heather Quinn Executive Story Editors: Katrina Mathewson and Tanner Bean After the events of the night before, Kate Bishop takes Clint Barton back to her apartment; but she has left a trail to her own home which is attacked by the Tracksuit Mafia. The pair are forced to evacuate the apartment after a Molotov cocktail sets Kate's home on fire, which prevents them from taking the Ronin suit away from the scene of the fire. Trying to get off grid, Kate takes them to her Aunt's apartment where she can rest and patch up her battle scars. Meanwhile Clint tries to recover the Ronin suit. While unsuccessful, he has a LARPer lead on where the Ronin suit may have gone. The next day Clint returns to his hotel and sends his children back home, promising to return home by Christmas day. He has 6-days and counting! With the kids on the plane he escorts Kate to her mother's company, Bishop Securities, then heads over to Central Park for some “Hey nonny, nonny” and live action role playing as he fights to the “death” a firefighter named Grill to recover the Ronin suit. With the suit in his possession he looks to contact the Russian Mafia believing he can sort out the mess created by Kate and be back home in time for Christmas. Later that evening, during dinner, tensions rise as Kate tries to prove that Jack Duquesne was involved in Armand's death, but her mother Eleanor is unconvinced. So Kate decides to settle the matter by challenging Duquesne to a fencing duel to prove he is a liar about his sword skills. She does, but her mother remains unconvinced. She leaves the apartment unsettled by an offer of a Armand III butterscotch from Jack which convinces her further of his involvement. In the taxi home she tries to contact Barton, not knowing that he has allowed himself to be captured by the Tracksuit Mafia. She tracks down Barton's location, but ends up being captured herself. As the pair are tied to fairground rides the gang informs their boss Maya Lopez, aka Echo, of Hawkeye and Kate Bishop's capture. Hawkeye Episode 2 Cast Jeremy Renner - Clint Barton / HawkeyeHailee Steinfeld - Kate BishopTony Dalton - Jack DuquesneVera Farmiga - Eleanor BishopFra Fee - KaziLinda Cardellini - Laura BartonAleks Paunovic - IvanPiotr Adamczyk - TomasCarlos Navarro - EnriqueBen Sakamoto - Cooper BartonAva Russo - Lila BartonCade Woodward - Nathaniel BartonAlaqua Cox - Maya LopezClayton English - Grills (FDNY LARPer)Ivan Mbakop - Detective Caudle A Return to Defending As we are returning to the Marvel TV universe we are using the format of our former Marvel podcast, Defenders TV Podcast. We discuss: - Our Top 3 Points (or Arrow Points) of the episode - Whether we each Defend the episode or not - Notes, Quotes and comic references The Hawkeye Pub Quiz During each podcast we'll ask a question about each episode in our Hawkeye Pub Quiz. You can send in your answers each week to feedback@tvpodcastindustries.com At the end of the six episode series the listeners with the most correct answers will be in with the chance of getting their hands on some Hawkeye goodies. All questions will be updated on: https://www.tvpodcastindustries.com Question 2: What is the number on the New York Fire Department helmet that Clint is wearing? Feedback for Hawkeye Once you've watched the episodes you can email us to feedback@tvpodcastindustries.com, you can message us @TVPodIndustries on Twitter or join our Facebook group at https://facebook.com/groups/tvpodcastindustries and share your thoughts in our spoiler posts for each episode.

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
Weekend Stakes Preview Presented by NYRA Bets - November 26th 2021

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 59:51


HRRN's Weekend Stakes Preview Show presented by NYRA Bets. Bobby Neuman and Bob Nastanovitch handicap the weekend's biggest stakes races including the Central Park, Discovery, G3 Long Island, AQU Turf Sprint Championship, G2 Seabiscuit, G3 Jimmy Durante, G1 Hollywood Derby, G2 Golden Rod, G2 Ky Jockey Club, G3 Cecil B. Demille, G1 Matriarch, Autumn Days, G3 Fall Highweight, and the Tepin, plus give you the weekend's "Best Bet."

This Date in Weather History
1950: The Great Appalachian Storm

This Date in Weather History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 3:47


On November 25, 1950, one of the greatest November storms in recorded North American History blasted the eastern half of the United States and Canada with unprecedented early season snow and cold, paralyzing the region for more than a week and causing untold damage and suffering. Cold air had been scarce in the lower 48 states in November, but was building to prodigious proportions across the artic. It was unleased southward in a bitter blast that would even be extreme in the depths of winter let along November. Caused by a huge wave action high in the atmosphere in the jet stream those high-level winds plunged southward right out of the Yukon. On the eastern side of the continent the wave action cut off into a swirling ball of winds that spawned a monster storm. Known as The Great Appalachian Storm, it achieved the region's greatest sustained wind force when gales continued at many points for 12 hours or more. At coastal cities, such as Newark and Boston, single minute speeds in excess of 80 mph were registered. Peak gusts were recorded of 110 mph at Concord, NH, 108 mph at Newark, NJ, and 100 mph at Hartford, CT. Atop Mt. Washington a wind gust hit 160 mph from the SE early on the 26th. Central Park in the heart of sheltered Manhattan Island set an 80-year record with fastest mile of 70 mph. There were 34 deaths across New York State. Heavy flooding rains along coast. The snowfalls were equally as extreme almost 28” in Pittsburgh. Toronto had its greatest one-day November snowfall of a foot and in Steubenville Ohio snow piled up to a depth of more than 36” – 3 feet! Roads were blocked and roofs collapsed. Just behind the storm came some of the coldest temperature of the winter. Both Louisville, Kentucky and Nashville, Tennessee dipped to 1 below zero the earliest below zero reading on record. In Atlanta the mercury dropped to 2 above, and despite sunshine the afternoon high temperature only reached 17. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Rich and Daily
We're Thankful for Family... and 'Friends'!

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 13:31


Happy Thanksgiving, Richies! It's a time for gratitude and appreciation. So naturally our hearts turn to what's made a difference in our lives. Like the Friends reunion special! The whole cast was back together sharing their laughs and love after 17 l-o-n-g years. So before spending a day with the people in your life, look back with us at the Friends who were in all our lives. But just remember, Joey doesn't share food.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

MarvelVision
Hawkeye, Episode 2: "Hide And Seek"

MarvelVision

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 35:16


Clint and Kate finally come face to face as we break down the big moments on Hawkeye Episode 2, "Hide And Seek". After finding -- and losing -- the Ronin suit, Clint has to head to a LARPing group in Central Park to get it back. Meanwhile, Kate tangles with Jack, and finds out a lot more than she bargained for. Plus, all the Easter eggs, Marvel Comics references, and lots of speculation about what's next. SUBSCRIBE TO MARVELVISION ON ITUNES, ANDROID, SPOTIFY, STITCHER, OR RSS. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER, INSTAGRAM AND FACEBOOK. SUPPORT OUR SHOWS ON PATREON. Full Episode Transcript Available Here:https://comicbookclublive.com/2021/11/24/marvelvision-hawkeye-episode-2 Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/comicbookclub See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jubilee Freedom & Shalom
E39 "Reflections of the Rise and Fall of Mars Hill E5"

Jubilee Freedom & Shalom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 95:51


"The Things We Do To Women"Mark's Vision for Women: if women wanted to have a good life and raise happy and healthy children, she should not work outside the home and should raise her children personally while her husband went out and made a living for them both. Families should buy houses, grow deep roots, and have lots of kids if possible. If women were interested in working outside the home, the advice was to get married, have another kid, and for men to lead their wives better. If a man's wife worked outside of the home, it was a disqualification to be in church leadership or to be an elder. Women were told to drop out of college because their job was to stay home and sexually satisfy their husbands.  If they denied their husband it was a sin. Men go to strip clubs is because their wives have not stripped enough for them and they have to get their fill somewhere. If women didn't keep their husbands sexually satisfied, men would look elsewhere for sexual satisfaction. So, if your husband cheated on you, it was really your fault for not being sexually available.This response was an echo of our fight against communism which was anti-family, anti-God, and anti-America and also the sexual revolution, which was also perceived as anti-family.“There is an intense femininity that has crept into Christianity. Islam is a masculine religion. That's why they run an airplane into the World Trade Center and we meet in Central Park in New York and we get men like Elton John to play the piano and cry. That's our response as a nation. Gay men with wigs cry because mean men with facial hair beat them." -Mark DriscollMark posed everything as a war and conflict. This was not only with the outside world but with the inside world of men and women. Someone had to dominate and men should be the ones. To be a woman meant to except that you would have to submit to a hierarchical structure. “You'd either be dominated by a good man or a bad one“.Mark did seem to have a very genuine care for women. He would drop everything to help a woman in need or a woman who had been abused, but what he put back in its place was being dominated by a good man as opposed to being dominated by an abusive one.Mark screams during a sermon and says, "How dare you! Who the hell do you think you are? Some of you guys are just so frustrating. Some of you guys have been coming here for years and you're still not praying with your wife. Some of you guys have been coming here for years and you still have your hands all over your girlfriend. Some of you have already whispered in her ear and said, 'I'm sorry. I'll do better.' Abusing a woman, neglecting a woman, being a coward, a fool, being like your father Adam. Who do you think you are! You are not God! You're just a man! You're not an impressive man! Some of you will hear this and your response will be, 'how dare you tell me how to live my life', but that's the Holy Spirit telling you you need to change, little boy.  You shut up, put on your pants, get a job, grow up and maybe one day you can love a woman." He did this at every service that day 5 times. It was planned and rehearsed and meant for tv in hopes to go viral. Mark would say things like, "thank God for my smoking hot wife." Teaching from Song of Solomon, Mark exclaims, "oral sex is Biblical!" "I am glad I was a part of a church that could speak openly about sexuality, but I am ashamed that we were a church that went beyond Scripture, with the same amount of authority, and the damage that it did to marriages and women." -Tim Smith pastor at Mars hill"To me it was a rape culture that was promulgated using Christianity as a means to create a culture where women are subservient sexually in a way that was totally evil." -Jeff Becker Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/jubileefreedomshalom)

Todo Que Ver
EP 21: Todo Que Ver Con El Doblaje

Todo Que Ver

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 79:09


Carolina Ayala, Isabel Sesma, Miguel Alejandro, Adrian Murra y Fernando Veloz platican sobre el doblaje en la cultura pop.Hablaremos de:Cindy La Regia (Audiolibro), La primera regla del punk (Audiolibro), Mini Madagascar, My Hero Academia, High School Musical, Lazy town, Californication, Canal 5, Sabrina la Bruja Adolescente, Kenan y Kel, El Rey León, Le Temes a la Oscuridad, Escalofríos, Volver Al Futuro, Evangelion, Edgar se cae, Shrek, Breath of the Wild, Mario Castañeda, Goku, Bruce Willis, Rescate 911, Rapunzel, Danna Paola, Chayanne, Raya y el último dragón, La Casa de Papel, Guardianes de la Galaxia, Sailor Moon, Gossip Girl, Central Park, Denzel Washington, Humberto Velez, Sakura Card Captors, Cristina Hernandez, Padrinos Mágicos, Angel SanchezRecomendaciones:Caro: Love NWantiti (Canción), You (Netflix Serie)Isabel: Call My Agent (Netflix, Serie)Adrian: (Big Mouth, Netflix)Miguel: Raja y el dragón (Pelicula)Fer: Full Metal Alchemist (Anime)Este capítulo es presentado por Dos Equis… lo interesante eres tú. #LoInteresantXXEresTu@dosequismx

Blamo! | Exploring Fashion with the People Who Shape It
177 - Eugene Cordero (Actor, Comedian)

Blamo! | Exploring Fashion with the People Who Shape It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 56:53


My guest this week is the actor, writer, and comedian Eugene Cordero.You know his acting from massive shows like Loki, The Mandalorian, and The Good Place and his voice from shows like Star Trek: Lower Decks and Central Park. Honestly, he's everywhere these days, and this week he's on the pod!We chat his early days of improv, getting jacked at the gym, being the "ambiguous ethnicity" and the best clothes to work out in.Eugene Cordero on Instagram**Sponsored by Standard & Strange – Get the facts on denim hereSperry - Sign up and win some dope kicks!and Grand Seiko - Celebrate the nature of time this fall with Grand Seiko**Got a hot take? Leave us a voicemail +1.917.267.2495 or email us info@blamopod.com 

Clean Sport Collective
Episode #99: Annie Frisbie, 7th Place Finisher at the NYC Marathon

Clean Sport Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 48:39


Annie Frisbie had a dream day at the NYC Marathon. She finished as the 3rd American and 7th overall in her debut marathon, running two half marathon PRs en route to the finish line in Central Park. Her finishing time gave her the 4th fastest marathon debut ever by an American.  As an unsponsored athlete, she ran in a mix of apparel and footwear from different brands, all while taking vacation from her day job as a graphic designer for a healthcare start-up. Though unsponsored, she is not unsupported as she runs with Minnesota Distance Elite in Minneapolis.  At 24, Annie Frisbie seems to just be getting started as an elite-level runner. She won a state title in cross country in high school, is an NCAA All-American, and is now getting the opportunity to show her potential and passion for road racing. In this episode, we cover her childhood growing up in River Falls, Wisconsin where her entrepreneurial parents showed her the importance of hard work. We discuss her patient progression in the sport from high school to Iowa State to joining Minnesota Distance Elite. We discuss her love for and early success on the roads and why she chose to move up to the marathon so soon.  Then of course, we get the play-by-play on her amazing marathon debut in NYC including how she celebrated afterward. Finally, we talk about her perspective on clean sport including the fact that she's never been tested out of competition as a pro.  Annie's perspective on our sport is pure and refreshing, and we can't wait to see where it takes her next!

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Clean Up After Nassau County's Tornado; Gruesome Bronx Discovery; Skate Again in Central Park !

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 5:15


The All Local 11/14/2021  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Meaningful People
Roy & Leah Neuberger - From Central Park to Sinai

Meaningful People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 72:57


Roy S. Neuberger has had an improbable, event-filled life. He has been a National Park Service Ranger and Fire Lookout, a New York City official, a journalist and newspaper publisher, a yeshiva administrator, a hedge-fund operator and also an author and speaker. He was raised on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue in an affluent family with no connection to its Jewish background. The story of his spiritual journey is detailed in his best-selling book, From Central Park to Sinai: How I Found My Jewish Soul. Roy met his wife, the former Linda Villency, in high school. She is his editor and speaking partner. They have children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in the U. S. and Israel. Their story of how they found Hashem is beautiful. Roy can be reached at: roy@2020vision.co.il You can find their book at www.2020vision.co.il Episode Powered by: AMR Pharmacy WATCH episodes on YouTube (uploaded on Tuesdays)

The Beat with Ari Melber
BONUS: Legend George Clinton on politics, seeing UFOs, and playing funk in his 80s

The Beat with Ari Melber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 36:59


In this bonus episode, P-Funk legend George Clinton joins MSNBC's Ari Melber for an extended interview, discussing Cardi B, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg and sampling; performing with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren; art in the COVID era; delaying his retirement; advice on longevity in music and life; and an encounter that informs his belief that there is life beyond earth. The discussion was taped in June 2021, after Clinton played in Central Park in one of the first performances after the pandemic. This bonus episode also includes Melber's Fallback Friday conversations with Clinton. 

Markley, van Camp and Robbins
Markley, van Camp and Robbins | November 12, 2021

Markley, van Camp and Robbins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 116:12


MVC&R do not want Kenosha to burn down, but it sure seems like Good Morning America does. Iranian-backed extremists stormed the U.S. embassy in Yemen, taking hostages and seizing equipment. Four Ohio parents won school board seats campaigning against CRT and mask mandates, and now Seattle is so dangerous the county is having to escort workers. Dr. Jill Biden is saying the vaccine is your choice, so you should choose not to kill your kids. Senator Ted Cruz crushed Secretary John Kerry's despicable response to slave labor, and the newest controversy is the Rittenhouse judge's joke about the supply chain. Wendy Rittenhouse is claiming President Biden defamed her son, and the manhunt for New York's Central Park rape suspect continues. A professor is calling for the normalization of “minor-attracted-persons”, and Jacob Blake's uncle displayed his brilliance on the Today Show. Since they're in San Antonio, the boys will be going to Sea World, and Scott will finally fulfill his dream of hugging a dolphin. Also, The Friday Five will be keeping with the Texas theme -- Best Texas Bands/Artists.

CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez
Meet Mario "The Italian Horn" Diurno: One Of The Last Finishers of the NYC Marathon & His Inspiring Message of Recovery

CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 70:17


“I truly believe in my heart that if it wasn't for my recovery journey, I wouldn't have been able to do any of this. I kept thinking of that during the marathon. I kept thinking about all the hard times and trials and tribulations. All the stuff that I got through and I thought, ‘If I can do that, then why can I do this?'” My guest for today's episode is Mario Diurno. Just a few days ago, you got to hear the story of Molly Seidel who finished fourth in the elite women's race. I want to share with you the story of a friend of mine and one of the last people across the finish line. While many of the people who ran on Sunday were getting ready for bed, Mario was working his way through Central Park and crossed the finish line just before 11 pm – 10 hours and 55 minutes after he started in Staten Island. Mario is a client support specialist at Release Recovery. You've heard me speak about Release Recovery in previous episodes. I interviewed the founder and my friend, Zac Clark, after he was on The Bachelorette and before we did the Goggins Challenge in April. Mario works to get people treatment for addiction and substance abuse and sometimes that means he travels out to meet people and get them the help they need. He's one who speaks openly about his recovery story and message in order to inspire others. He is a bigger fella with not much of a running background or consistent training so when he said he was doing the marathon, many of us had our doubts he'd be able to do it. We did these Monday night community runs in Central Park and Mario would be there every week pushing himself to make it through two miles, four miles, six miles no matter how long it took. The journey to the starting line was enough of a win. When I Facetimed him at 4 pm on Sunday from a restaurant and the Release Recovery afterparty, he was only at the halfway point but all smiles and he made a new friend along the way named Freddi that helped him get to the finish line. He just kept going and truly shifted my perspective on the power of what setting your mind on a goal can accomplish. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS TRACKSMITH is a Boston-based running brand, who crafts performance apparel for training, racing and rest days. Gear up for going far with their fall running essentials and check out the Tracksmith Journal for some marathon tips from the Tracksmith team. Listeners get 15% off their purchase using code CITIUS15 at checkout. Visit Tracksmith.com today. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST

Sweathead with Mark Pollard
Resilience - A Walk and Talk, Central Park

Sweathead with Mark Pollard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 41:03


A brief word about resilience and over ten of your questions and prompts answered—What's up with the title “creative strategist”? Is branding separate from marketing and advertising? What are neglected strategy skills? What are skills strategists will need in the future? You can find me at http://www.Instagram.com.

The Brian Lehrer Show
#BLTrees: A Year in the Life

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 21:55


Marielle Anzelone, botanist and founder of NYC Wildflower Week (.org), and Chris Martine, professor of Plant Genetics and Research at Bucknell University, YouTube host of "Plants are Cool Too!", and the author of Trees of New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic States kick off a series of monthly conversations about the trees around us.Choose a tree and tweet a picture, using the hashtag #BLTrees! My tree is all ready for prime time! Pin oak (Quercus palustris), native to wet woods of NYC, here beautifying a corner of Brooklyn. So excited to launch the #BLtrees series 🌳🌳🌳 https://t.co/E8DJTqqL7V pic.twitter.com/TQFp1T54I1 — Marielle🌳Anzelone (@nycbotanist) November 10, 2021 @BrianLehrer Central Park just east of the parks recreation building and north of the 97th Street transverse. #bltrees pic.twitter.com/9AM9w1dCMk — Peter Lerangis (@PeterLerangis) November 10, 2021 I will always follow a @BrianLehrer assignment! Made easy as a lover of trees and especially this red maple in our backyard 🍁 #BLTrees pic.twitter.com/dqE9PTSbzY — Nicole Ruffo (@nruffo) November 10, 2021 #bltrees here's the tree I'll be following in Park Slope! @BrianLehrer pic.twitter.com/WMtMzqww8q — Leah Konen *Pre-Order THE PERFECT ESCAPE* (@LeahKonen) November 10, 2021 @BrianLehrer #BLtrees my faithful friend pic.twitter.com/IJOua2Z9vS — brenda arnowitz (@b_arnowitz) November 10, 2021 // #bltrees pic.twitter.com/mFia9Emx7K— ethan herschenfeld (@eherschenfeld) November 10, 2021 // ]]> I will follow the tree that convinced me 20+ years ago to raise my kids in this house in Staten Island #BLtrees pic.twitter.com/RPEtckYkGh — sara burke (@saraburke1) November 10, 2021 @BrianLehrer#BLtrees pic.twitter.com/UrWQmrYiHo — Josh Weinberger (@kitson) November 10, 2021

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
565: Dr. Jessica Schwartz: Concussion Myths and Concussion Corner Academy

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 34:23


In this episode, Founder of the Concussion Corner Academy®, Jessica Schwartz, talks about the nature of concussion treatment. Today, Jessica talks about her concussion experience and how it has shaped her work leading up to the Concussion Corner Academy®, the reality of long-term concussion symptoms, and some of the top concussion myths. Is it ever too late to have your concussion symptoms treated? Hear about treatment barriers, some of the surprising statistics in concussion and TBI research, and the importance of education, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “When you're young, make sure you have extended disability on yourself.” “There's no evidence-based, agreed upon international definition of concussion or traumatic brain injury.” “There's been zero phase 3 trials on TBI and concussion in over 30 years.” “Up to 30% of folks now have persistent symptoms of concussion.” “If we can teach one, we can serve many.” “2012 was the first year the International Consensus Statement discussed the cervical spine in terms of examination treatment.” “2015 was the first academic year in which there was a formal training for both TBI and concussion if you were a neurology resident.” “2017 was the first year on the International Consensus Statement that we identified concussion as a rehabilitative injury.” “The injury of concussion is an injury of loss. It's a loss of your ‘I am.'” “Join Twitter.”   More about Jessica Schwartz Jessica Schwartz PT, DPT, CSCS is an award-winning Physical Therapist, a national spokeswoman for the American Physical Therapy Association, host of the Concussion Corner Podcast, founder of the Concussion Corner Academy®, and a post-concussion syndrome survivor, advocate, and concussion educator. After spending a full year in rehabilitation, experiencing the profound dichotomy of being both doctor and patient, Dr. Schwartz identified the gaps in concussion treatment and management in the global healthcare community. Her role has been to identify the cognitive blind spots and facilitate collective competence for healthcare providers, physicians to athletic trainers, focusing on comprehensive targeted physical examinations, rehabilitative teams, and concussion care management.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Concussion, Research, Statistics, Physiotherapy, Neurology, Concussion Corner, Myths, Healthcare, Rehabilitation, Injury, Loss,   To learn more, follow Jessica at: Website to Join the Program:          The Concussion Corner Academy® Facebook:       Concussion Corner Twitter:            @ConcussionCornr Instagram:       @ConcussionCorner LinkedIn:         Jessica Schwartz YouTube:        Concussion Corner LinkTree:         https://linktr.ee/ConcussionCorner   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the full transcript here:  00:02 Hey Jess, welcome to the podcast. Finally, I'm so excited to have you on.   00:07 Thank you so much for having me. I can't believe we haven't done this yet.   00:10 I know it's like absolutely insane. And just so people know Jessica and I both live in New York City, and we actually see each other quite a bit. And this is the first time I've had you on the podcast. But I'm really excited to have you on today because we're going to be talking about concussion, persistent post concussion symptoms, and you'll talk a little bit more about that name changed in the bulk of the interview. But before we get into some common myths around concussions, I would love for you to let the listeners know a little bit more about why you decided to really specialize in this niche within medicine and rehabilitation.   00:52 Awesome. Well, I thank you for the softball pitch care know. For those that don't know, Karen used to play softball on Central Park quite a bit. But yeah, no, I mean, I thank you so much for having me on. First. I've been listening to healthy, wealthy smart forever. So just thank you again. And yeah, I mean, gosh, I think back to I was a we were one of the first six residents actually, we were the first six residents in orthopedics at NYU in 2010. When I finished up grad school and all that jazz, and we I had it, I got the dream job, right, got the dream job. I had to leave New York City for it, which sounds crazy. But I think a lot of folks can connect to that, you know, working in, you know, the old adage, Jay, we used to call mills and things like that are seeing three or four patients plus per hour. And I was like, this isn't why I went into physical therapy. This is not why I wanted to do this. And I found this great clinic out in New Jersey during residency and we saw one to two patients per hour. And we had a support staff and they were emotionally intelligent. They were physical therapy owned, and they let us grow. And keep that like use of excitement, right? I don't know about you. But I'm hopped up on caffeine and too little sleep as we launched a new business this week. But it was great. And it really it fed my soul. It was wonderful colleagues and we ended up I ended up starting kind of in the opposite end of things, a civilian prosthetics program. So I was, you know, volunteering and showing up at the Manhattan VA, which has a wonderful prosthetics program. And then we also launched a breast cancer program and be launched a concussion program. So that was kind of like my first entree into concussion about 1011 years ago. And we were the only really only office in New Jersey with that type of rehabilitative practice at approaching concussion. And so very Dunning Kruger ask, it was like, you know, you don't know what you don't know until you kind of are made self aware of it. I got hit by a car. So I was hit by a car in October 3 of 2013. And right before then, oh, actually, it wasn't even right before then care. I'm sorry about that. But it was two years before it was our last day of residency. We saw that there was a conference at NYU at the hospital. And it was on concussion and it was NY us first concussion conference. Now this was 2011. So my best friend from Italy Beatrice, you know, hi, BIA. She's in Lucca. She's a great physio, if you're out in Italy listening in. And we were like, What do you want to go and it was our first weekend off for residency. I mean, we were exhausted, excited. And we're like, let's do it. So we went to this conference, I fell in love with it. And so we were at least aware of what this program was at NYU. Fast forward two years from there. And I was actually hit by a car here in Manhattan. So that's really where it's my life's work and passion is to become because I actually live with persistent symptoms. So and went through quite a recovery. So that's kind of how it all kind of came together and coalesced.   03:49 And when you suffered a concussion, and this was in 2013 It did you did you have kind of the self awareness at that time to think, well, you know, I've been learning a lot about concussions, I think I can I can kind of help myself here and did that then really propel you to learn more and to dive in even more.   04:19 So when I was hit, I was hit by an unlicensed driver from behind and my airbags did not go off. I was in my Toyota Prius you may have even been in that car at some point. And I didn't think anything of it but I knew I when I said the story is I I got out of the car. I want to get out of the car. I got hit so hard. I was stoplight at a red light wasn't looking behind me because we were stopped. And it was the traditional traffic right care like we're just inching forward. And I was probably on that block of 12 Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenue for about two or three light cycles because of traffic. So I just got Walt from behind and so the New Yorker in May right so born and raised New Yorker You know, unbuckle the seatbelt and get out of the car to give this guy the business. And I was just so dizzy care. And I held onto the top of the hood of my roof of the car and I was like, I gotta sit down. Fast forward. I thought this was quote unquote, just going to be a concussion. And at that time, we really thought concussions were pretty much resolved spontaneously within seven to 10 days based off of the literature from 2002. From Brolio and McCrea at all from the NCAA study. But we don't have that's false. And we have so much updated information we can chat about if you'd like. So I thought it was just going to be seven to 10 days. I went back to work for for a week, I thought, you know, I would just be sore, kind of like a whiplash or like a Dom's. And now, I just kept D compensating and then from there went from 10 to 14 hours of rehab a week for 14 months.   05:53 And how did you continue to work and continue to function during all this time?   05:58 I did not. So I went off of I went out of work, mind you, I was just promoted to junior partner the week I got hit. So I remember I was like directing a prosthetics program, we had all these other programs, I just became junior partner, which would have been a profit share with a company and I loved my job, I would still send people back to that clinic, those four clinics in New Jersey in northern New Jersey. So essentially what happened was, it was a conversation that went on for months. So I was on short term disability for six months. And I say this to all physical therapists, physicians, OTs, PTs, whoever's listening to this, when you're young, make sure you have extended disability on yourself, because our bodies are so fragile at the end of the day. And again, I was an athlete, I was a cyclist I was training for, for a century bike ride and life changes in the blink of an eye. And I was underinsured with a $50,000 policy policies for car insurance to go up to 300,000 to 3 million for certain policies. And it would have been an extra $12 a month. But again, you're a new grad, you're just out of residency, just out of DPT school and you know, you're thinking about student loans and just being out of school. And so you don't really plan that far. So that's a whole other conversation we can have on another podcast. So I was on short term disability and we all know the legality of and we all have our own cognitive biases about this, right? So when people are involved in litigation, we know that their care tends to go a little bit longer. So I just I knew that. And I didn't want to, I almost didn't want to set myself up for failure, right? I just wanted to be a good soldier, show up for therapies, neuro psychology, vision therapy, talk therapy, vestibular therapy, regular musculoskeletal for the whiplash therapy, and just be a good soldier and show up as a good patient, just thinking that I would get better and slightly different than a musculoskeletal injury. The difference is with with brain injury is that there are cognitive and behavioral impairments that differentiate those from brain injury from musculoskeletal injury and rehab. On top of that, add the environmental aspect, and that's a whole other aspect of the injury. So there's no finite, you know, six to eight weeks of tissue healing or things like that, when it comes to brain brain injury, that it's a very gray area. So I was on disability for six months. And then that ended and that was petrifying. So two weeks before disability ended. I wanted to burn it down. That's when I got angry. And I think that's when I really went through that whole grief cycle, because I just kept showing up to therapy thinking I was going to get better, and then I did not. So went back after 14 months, I had the no fault car insurance, which helped pay some bills back home with mom at the time. And that was it. So after that, when I went back to work, I actually realized I had a vision handicap with overhead LED lights. So I still live with persistent symptoms, I still live with neuro fatigue, I still have an ocular motor disorder. But we learn how to manage and cope and I have wonderful support systems and definitely a grit that a lot of people don't have as well, I think I'm missing a chromosome there somewhere.   09:03 And you know, and this was eight years ago. So I think it's important for the people listening to understand that, you know, when one is diagnosed with a concussion, it's not just like you said over and seven to 10 days or maybe a week or a month or even a year, and that there are symptoms that can persist. And I think that's a great segue into what are some common myths around concussions. So I asked Jessica give me like maybe your top three common myths that surround concussion and and post concussion. So Jessica, I'll throw it over to you. So what would be Myth number one that is circulating out in whether it be layman's world or even the medical world? Well,   09:53 um, I was actually I'm going to give you something that we didn't speak about. I'll kind of combine one of them with three but One of them, actually two that we didn't speak, I'll surprise you as well. But there's actually no evidence based definition agreed upon international definition of concussion or traumatic brain injury. And that kind of will segue a little bit into two is that there's actually been zero phase three clinical trials on TBI concussion in over 30 years. So, when we're talking about research, I mean, talk about ground floor ground level, I mean, we were in the basement 10 years ago, just not having any idea what we were looking at. So I even I try to tell people like when we're talking about this, and looking at the literature, the medical legal literature got ahold of this injury 50 plus years ago, and it's been in the trapped with closed head injury and medical legal literature, but really not until 22,004. And on how we've been talking about this as a rehabilitative injury, and things like that. So, you know, historically, when we don't know what to do with someone in medicine, we tend to send them down to trajectories, we send them, we allude that they're milling, lingering, or looking for a secondary gain, or we tell them that's all in their head, and it can't be real, right. So that's what's kind of happening with these patients that we know up to 30% of folks now have persistent symptoms of concussion, they don't just spontaneously. You know, in even two weeks, we even actually, because we didn't really know what we're looking for right care. So we didn't have an agreed upon definition. So how can you know what you're looking at unless you know where you're looking for. So that's so very important to connect to is that a lot of the mismanagement of concussion was so much more prevalent in a well cared for patient.   11:38 That's wild. And so before 2004, basically, if you had persistent persistent symptoms after a concussion, it was like, good luck.   11:50 Yeah, you were allude that you're faking it. You were looking at this, that it was a psychological injury. Yeah. You know, and   11:57 that, that in and of itself is crazy making?   12:00 Yes, well, that's the whole thing and the chicken or the egg, right. And you can't deny psychological conversations when it comes to the brains like Hello. However, you know, it's really the chicken or the egg, you have these somatic things that we have the ability today in 2021, in a well versed clinician to validate the patient's symptom profile by doing targeted, comprehensive physical examinations as it pertains to concussion. So we actually the best thing that we can do for a patient like this, and I'm sure you've had all the chronic pain people on your podcast and things like that is validate their symptom profile. Listen, you're not crazy for seeing words coming up off the page. No, you didn't drop some LSD or an illegal drug. You have an ocelot Xia? You know, but the difference between the moderate and severe TBI is is that these folks have the self awareness to know that something's not right. But they do not have this objective language to express the what or how they feel with brain injury. So what do we do all day care? And how are you feeling? What's your pain level? What's your number? How are you feeling? But brain injury folks do not have the subjective language to express that so when they go to the mall and our fear avoidant of that, or they go to the supermarket, and they are don't like to be in a complex visual sensory environment, because the colors may blur, and things like that, that is then looked at as a fear avoidant behavior. And that's been sent to psychological counseling for decades. So how can we as physios how do we get these guys first and gals? So not to Detroit too much to keep you on track. But those are two. The first two is that there have been there are over 43 working definitions of concussion. One of them is evidence based. And to that there are zero phase three clinical trials in over 30 years for TBI concussion.   13:42 Wow. Wow. Wow, those are two biggies. Two big myth.   13:46 I would think so then I'll combine the last three because there are points. So the third one is, you know, I really, I'm really into education care. And I really believe that if we can teach one we can serve many, okay. And that's just what I've been privy to. And this implicit trust in the last, like eight to 10 years with this injury, that I've been invited to all different conferences for emergency physician athletic training, PT, you name it, because we all need to be on the same page here. So folks really need to I always say that we need to have a really humble approach when we come here because and I say this with kindness and I but I say this very firmly, is that with concussion, we have infinite ports of access to entry to care. Okay, you can go to the urgent care the emergency department, you could even be at your OB GYN appointment and you might have had this fall and a ski injury over the weekend and in your annual or biannual you know OBGYN appointment if you're a woman. And you know, you could have had you could have pre presented with signs and symptoms of concussion and not be aware of it. So I see that because there's infinite ports of entry on like cancer or unlike cardiology, you have a heart attack, where do you go care and you go to the emergency room, right? And then you see the cardiologist just right or you get diagnosed with cancer or your PCP or you start losing weight, you have some red flag showing up. Where do you go? Yeah, young colleges right to the oncologist, right. So that's a, that's a defined pathway. With concussion, we don't have a defined pathway. And that's not necessarily a bad thing. However, it's where a lot of this mismanagement has come up over the last few years and decades, and that's where patients start to suffer. And that's where it healthcare, we've actually imparted something that's called AI atherogenic suffering, which is where actually the health care system where your doctor is actually part of a way of suffering on a patient. So I bring that to our attention with these three quick facts. I'll say them quickly, and then we can chat about them. Go for one 2012. That's the number you got to know. 2012 was the first year the international consensus statement discuss the cervical spine in terms of examination treatment, that whole stick that connects the central nervous system to the peripheral nervous system and runs the autonomics up and down, right 2012. We just started talking about the cervical spine internationally. 2015 was the first academic year in which there was a formal training for both TBI and concussion, if you are a neurology resident. So if you were a brain physician in 2015, that was their first formal didactic year, they had training in concussion and brain injury. So just let that settle in there for a second because that's, that's just wow. Again, this is a place to build up, not tear down, but that was taking place within the behavioral neurology section of the American Academy of Neurology. And the third one was that 2017 was the first year on the international consensus statement that we actually identified the concussion as a rehabilitative injury. 2017. So, like, what? So if you think about it, as physical therapists, congratulations, happy 100 years care. We just had our centennial, right. So we were rehabilitation aids, literally in the trenches 100 years ago, like now, and we were treating what we were treating brain injury, what are we doing in the ICUs for treating brain injury? We're getting them up, we're getting them moving. But what do we prescribe when we don't know what to do with someone and healthcare rest? So we now know that that's not the ideal thing to do beyond the first 72 hours, but yeah, 2012, cervical spine 2015, brain physician started learning how concussion and 2017 was we call the rehabilitative so that's my third.   17:29 Wow, that's, it just seems like that cannot be possible.   17:33 Yeah. And, and it seems like that and because we know better, right? But imagine then being, you know, having deficits and having trouble thinking and processing, and what's our most valuable resource attention, but then you can't process. So it's, it's so horrible when you're a patient, and you have to negotiate the system, if you go through a no fault, or you go through a worker's comp, and there's all these other aspects, you know, of that of, of the injury. So I always say, sorry, I always say is that concussion as an injury of loss of it, I am, so you have to really pay attention to where your patients are in space and time when you when you meet them.   18:10 And it all seems to me like just not having a clear pathway. To me sounds like barriers to treatment, and barriers to to improvement. And then my question, I just one quick question. It. If you if the patient doesn't quite know who to go to, they don't know that they're they they have a concussion? Because some people like oh, you know, he got his bell rang, or whatever. And they don't even go to see a doctor, but they're having some symptoms, but they're not quite sure who to go to? Is it that the longer your symptoms go on, the less likely you are to recover?   18:50 So there's a yes or no answer to that. I don't want to say it depends. But the good news is, is that we have folks five and 10 years out who may have not sought treatment, like the patient you just alluded to, or sought treatment, then kind of plateaued, the brain wasn't ready yet. And that's totally fine. And we've got to tell patients that No, hey, maybe we need to take three to six months and just kind of let this settle. Let's reset, regroup, and then let's come back. Because the brain just may not be ready. You cannot force this. This is not about grit and resilience, in terms of being sore and pushing through. You've got to listen to the brain and I talked about it with like the knee effusion principle. You know, we have residency in orthopedic so I talk ortho all the time, although I love the neuro, neuro world these days as well. But you know, it's like the knee effusion principle, right? You do too much the knee fuses, we want to give it if it doesn't come down in two days, we did too much. Let's cut in half, right. So it's the same thing with concussion except the difference that is super frustrating to both patients and clinicians that aren't in the know is that you can have delayed symptom onset. So you can do something within the therapy office or they can do something like for example, have a vestibular migraine, where they feel good while they're walking outside and they feel okay walking But as soon as they stop their body like isn't really caught up to them yet. And then they get this distributor migraine within 20 to 60 minutes, and then they feel like garbage. But then they don't know what even to associate with. And that right there, Karen will make you feel crazy. So so it's very important to have somebody in the know, but you said something right before that question about barriers? And you're absolutely right, there are barriers, but I'll do you one better is that we're not only have barriers to accessing quality care for concussion, we also have i atherogenic, suffering, where they come and I, as a provider may not know enough about concussion to look at this from 360. So we have providers that don't know, they may be maybe in 2021, we'll be able to pull up the international consensus statement. But that's only for sport, and it's very limited. So it doesn't go through the nuance of the suffering and the delayed symptom onset and things like that. It's very white paper esque, right? So we actually then cause harm by quote unquote, just treating the neck, not looking at the vestibular system, not looking at sleep, not looking at the ocular motor system, not looking at is the the migrant or aspect of it, not, you know, all these other things and aspects that make concussion concussion. So from a symptom profile standpoint, so if you feel typically I should say,   21:15 yeah, and, and, you know, like you said earlier, you're all about education, and getting people to therapists, and whether you're a physical therapist, occupational therapist, you've been a personal trainer, physician, really understanding the ins and outs of concussion. And so I'm going to, I'm going to plug your educational entity that is that is launching, and it's concussion, corner Academy. And so now, I really like that you're coming at this from the patient and the provider standpoint. So talk a little bit more about concussion, quarter Academy, and what separates it from other educational programs. Because, you know, as you know, there's a lot out there in the world, right? So how, what, what is it about this that makes it different, and that you're really proud of as you should be?   22:08 Oh, I appreciate that care. And, golly, I mean, talk about like, your life's work, right? And I really, I just get goosebumps thinking about this. And I'm like, wow, this is this is really just a dream. And I'll be very honest with you, this is a we're in a pandemic, still, some people may not want to admit that. But we're, we're still in a pandemic. And we all kind of went through something, right, especially in New York City, we really went through it initially in the acute phase of this pandemic. And I did, I lost a good chunk of my practice, and I had to really sit with myself and I said, Gosh, just what do you want to keep doing? You know, what do you want to do with your life, I had patients no less than four years, some 11 years as patients. And I was like, I'm not doing this again, I just don't have the energy. And that was from just a like a, like, almost like a burnout aspect. I just couldn't imagine re building up my my practice again, I have no problem seeing patients, if they call me but I have no desire to market. Now. I was like, Well, my ideal life based off of my symptoms and persistent symptoms. You know, I really work every other day. So yeah, I can push through every five days and do a regular work week if needed, but I don't feel well. And then I'm not pleasant. And it's just, you know, I just know my limits. So with the neuro fatigue and the stuff that I live with, I said, Well, what's, uh, what's, what's something I can do? Well, if I could work remotely, that was kind of it. And I said, How can I help the concussion community? So we decided, and my partner is a graphic designer and in to animation and editing and all of this stuff. We said, how can we make this beautiful, and deliver it? Because the user experience was so important to us? And then how can we deliver it internationally to where it's accessible? So we're, we formed the academy, and essentially, the goal has always been to promote healing, decrease suffering, increase support, and deliver it with kindness to this mismanage patient population, but we need to have access. So I have a tremendous faculty. We're launching we are we have a nonprofit partnership. We have the faculty are actually the people on the international consensus statement. They're the people treating the the boots on the ground, their clinician scientists, and they get it, they get concussions, and they're vested in concussion. So it's going to be a 12 week online course for our first cohort. It's fixed. It's from January 16 to April 10. It's going to be two hours per week one posted for you and one live on Sunday mornings at 10am. Eastern which will allow for our European friends and our California friends as well on the West Coast. And it's going to be 24 hours of CEU activity for for for physical therapists and athletic trainers. As long as we have 10, ot speech pathologists, neuropsychologist, psychologists, social workers, we can see you them as well, but it's the first round so it's kind of a lot of investment here. So I'm just going with PT and 80 to start unless we have 10 of the others. And we're going to have a nonprofit partnership, but the the beauty of it all is already I'm actually going to have, we're going to be doing research on our students. So we're actually going to be looking to change outcomes based off of evidence based practice and education. So we're going to be able to study our students, and then link up with our nonprofits as well to support them because it's really an underfunded sector of research where cancer gets billions and trillions and and TBI and concussion tend to get hundreds of millions. So we're really going to try and support the folks you know, who are boots on the ground.   25:29 I love it. It sounds so great. Where can people find more information about it?   25:34 Sure. It's going to be it? Well, it's already at it's at concussion corner.org.org. If you follow the podcast, we tried to give things away just like you do with healthy, wealthy smart. So we've had the concussion corner podcast is 2018. I hosted the Super Bowl concussion are moderated, I should say, the Super Bowl concussion conference in Minneapolis and we launched it then it's been around in over 50 countries, it's been so well received, we have a lovely community. So we're going into education, and how can we have a supportive community with open office hours and open office hours and things like that, that will what will provide our students with, with eventually a rehabilitation video database, where that's going to be searchable for folks as well. So they can search, you know, cervical spine examination intervention, what's the referral process look like. So it'll be a robust program, but we're going to be beta in January with I just want to point out, we're going to have a referral program. And, again, I'm a person and have one right, so we're not going to have an early bird special, like we're used to at conferences. But the whole thing is to spread this word of mouth. So instead of taking $100 off, we're going to give a $75 referral. If you have seven to eight people that you refer your whole tuition is paid for Plus, you get your 24 hours of CEU. So we want to really just want this to be word of mouth, from from like grassroots, let's build it by conversation and internal marketing and get people in who are invested in wanting to learn about this injury.   27:02 Awesome, awesome. And of course, we'll have a link to it in the show notes here at podcast at healthy, wealthy, smart calm for anyone who wants to learn more about the program and about the modules and how it's set up. Or you want to just get some more information. Or if you're ready, you heard this and you're like, I see people with concussion all the time. I'm not 100% comfortable, I need to learn more, or this is something I want to learn more about, I think now you have the perfect opportunity to learn. So we'll have a link there in the podcast notes for anyone who is ready to pull the trigger and join Jessica in January. So now just is there anything that you really want the listeners to take away from this conversation around concussion and rehab of concussion?   27:58 Yeah, so I'm sure there's, there's so many things off the top of my head, really connecting to that concussion is a rehabilitative injury. And if we can connect to that the injury of concussion is an injury of loss. It's a loss of your I Am your I am funny, I am husband, I am wife, I am Doctor, I am surgeon, you're I am. So if we are sensitive to that and connect to that concussion is an event, it's not an event there, it has to be a mechanism of injury, don't get me wrong, but it's not an event, it's an actual process. And we have this neuro metabolic cascade. And then we tend to have this loss of function in our in our environment. So that is really what I want folks to connect to. Because we have to make sure we're meeting our patients where they are and their moments of recovery. So that's really the big thing to connect to is that folks tend to really connect to the event of the concussion, you know, the post traumatic amnesia, the domestic event, the loss of consciousness, and less than 10% of those folks, but they're not connecting to where those folks are in their trajectory. And how many folks have they seen before you on average, people see six to 10 providers before they walk into my door. Okay, connect to that. Do they trust healthcare providers before they've talked to you? Did they have physical therapy in a hospital gym that wasn't really, neurologically sensitive to their needs, their smell, their sound, their lights, things like that. So connect to your patients in a different way. I can guarantee you if you're a new grad, this is going to this is going to get you excited. And if you're a little more seasoned, like Karen and myself and you're feeling a little burnt out, this is a great way to look at your patients 360 We're looking at autonomics we're looking at neurology, vestibular ocular motor. The physiological aspect of its sleep, nutrition, neuro endocrine, let's talk about sexual dysfunction and concussion. That's a whole other podcast. But it really is something that you can hear my passion about, or these patients are being mismanaged much more probably than they're being well cared for. And we can change that and there's no reason that we can't change that for next day. Not Knowledge Translation in the clinic, so I challenge your listeners to that care.   30:03 Amazing, amazing. And now I have one more question to ask. And it's one that I asked everyone. And that's knowing where you are now, in your life and in your career, what advice would you give to your younger self, let's say, you know, straight out of straight out of Ithaca physical therapy school.   30:21 Um, let's see here, straight. So I've honestly joined Twitter, I have had so many, I've had so many positive experiences, the 99 that I've had positive and the one negative, you know, and you really have to conduct yourself in a certain way, of course, but I joined Twitter, I've had so many amazing opportunities. I was invited to the Super Bowl, I was asked to be one of our spokeswoman like you for American Physical Therapy Association, I've been invited to speak at conferences and, and just network with people who I would never have access or touch points to. And I really think it was the most powerful thing I've done for my education, besides, you know, maybe a residency postdoc, really. So I really do and we wouldn't have met the same way either. So I think it's been great.   31:05 All right. Well, that I think that might be the first time I've gotten that. What advice would you give to your younger self is to join, join Twitter and join social media. So thank you for that. And like you said, you have to make it your own, and you have to approach it, approach it in the right way. So I think that's great advice. And now, again, people can go to concussion corner.org. To find out more. And of course, like I said, we'll have all the links at podcast at healthy, wealthy, smart, calm. So a big thank you, Jessica, for coming on the program busting some concussion myths. So thank you so much.   31:42 Oh, thank you so much for having me and to all your listeners. Thanks so much for your time and attention. I really appreciate it.   31:47 Of course and everyone thanks so much for listening, have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart

The Running for Real Podcast
Special Edition NYC Together Run 29: 35 Minute Run

The Running for Real Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 37:28


A different take on together runs today, but equally as enjoyable. Join Tina and other runners from the community in New York as they complete a together run in Central Park the day before the TCS NYC marathon! Tina interviewed some runners in the community to have them share their story and inspire us with their journey. Feel the energy and buzz from the excitement and anticipation, and use it to rev up your run into something special. So join us for #togetherrun29 in New York Tina mentioned Running Realized No sponsors today, trying to keep this authentic and like really running with a friend. If you want to support Tina and the Running For Real team: Through a monthly donation on Patreon. To sign up, click here. You can share on social media and let others know about what you are loving in these together runs. You can leave a review on iTunes.  Thanks for listening! We know there are so many podcasts you could be listening to, but we are honored you have chosen Running For Real. If you appreciate the work that we do, here are a few things you can do to support us: Take a screenshot of the episode, and share it with your friends, family, and community on social media, especially if you feel that topic will relate to them. Be sure to tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram  Leave an honest review on iTunes or your favorite podcast player Your ratings and reviews will really help us grow and reach new people Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe, you can find out here. Thank you for joining, we look forward to hearing your thoughts.

This Day in Esoteric Political History
Central Park's Black Village is Demolished (1857) w/ Bobby Wooten

This Day in Esoteric Political History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 20:28


It's October 26th. In October of 1857, the residents of Seneca Village, a community mostly comprised of formerly enslaved African-Americans, were forcibly removed in order to make room for the construction of Manhattan's Central Park. Jody, NIki, and Kellie are joined by musician Bobby Wooten to discuss the forgotten history of Seneca Village, the use of eminent domain, and how to go beyond signs and placards in terms of repairing the damage done to the residents. Bobby is the bassist in David Byrne's broadway show “American Utopia” and also produced a history series on Instagram called “America Learn Your History.” This Day In Esoteric Political History is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Your support helps foster independent, artist-owned podcasts and award-winning stories. If you want to support the show directly, you can do so on our website: ThisDayPod.com Get in touch if you have any ideas for future topics, or just want to say hello. Our website is thisdaypod.com Follow us on social @thisdaypod Our team: Jacob Feldman, Researcher/Producer; Brittani Brown, Producer; Khawla Nakua, Transcripts; music by Teen Daze and Blue Dot Sessions; Julie Shapiro, Executive Producer at Radiotopia

I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST
EP 864 - DINGO CENTRAL PARK GUIDED TOURS/FURY vs. WILDER III & REAL HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING/HEEL STOMPER SAGA/SUPERMAN BEING BISEXUAL/CAPTAINPICKS COOKING

I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 44:44


His name is Michael Rapaport aka The Gringo Mandingo aka Captain Colitis aka The Jewish Jake LaMotta & he's here to discuss: His voice being better than it has been, leaving Los Angeles, being back to Fall in New York City & if he should do guided tours in Central Park, laundry list of antibiotics from Doctors, beating TSA to the airport & saving a plane, going to Philadelphia & The Rocky Steps, Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder & The Paul Brothers making a mockery of boxing, Heavyweight Boxing & the weight difference, The Heel Stompers Saga & Mrs. Rapaport, Superman Being Bisexual, CaptainPicks going off this weekend, the Yankees getting knocked out by the Red Sox, The Bills looking good on the yard & NFL Week 5, upcoming NBA podcasts, Ben Simmons back to Philly & so much more! This episode is not to be missed! Stand Up Comedy Tickets on sale at: MichaelRapaportComedy.com For all things sports wagering use MyBookie.AG with Promo Code: DINGO If you are interested in MLB, NBA, NFL & UFC Picks/Parlays Follow @TheCaptainPicks on Instagram & subscribe to packages at www.CaptainPicks.com www.dbpodcasts.com   Produced by DBPodcasts.com Follow @dbpodcasts, @iamrapaport, @michaelrapaport on TikTok, Twitter & Instagram Music by Jansport J (Follow @JansportJ) www.JansportJMusic.com

I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST
EP 857 - MET BALL & BEING PASSED UP AGAIN/20 YEARS SINCE 9/11 & AMERICA'S MAYOR/DTRUMP LYING FOR SPORT & BOXING/NFL COMEBACK PLAYER OF THE YEAR

I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 45:26


His name is Michael Rapaport aka The Gringo Mandingo aka Mr. NY aka The Inflamed Ashkenazi aka The Disruptive Warrior aka The Russell Westbrook of Podcasting aka The Cal Ripken Jr. of this ish & he's here to discuss: Stuffing their faces for Week 1 of NFL, walking in Central Park, not being invited to The Met Ball again, if he had a body like Mrs. Rapaport, 20 years since 9/11 & Rudy Giuliani sounding insane on the yard, The Trumps commenating fights that should not have happened & lying for the sport of it, The state of boxing, VMAs & Conor McGregor vs. Machine Gun Kelly, Aaron Rodgers & his man bun, Chandler Jones Comeback Player of the Year, upcoming stand up comedy dates, California recall vote & establishing your opinion & more. This episode is not to be missed!  Stand Up Comedy Tickets on sale at: MichaelRapaportComedy.com For all things sports wagering use MyBookie.AG with Promo Code: DINGO If you are interested in MLB, NBA, NFL & UFC Picks/Parlays Follow @TheCaptainPicks on Instagram & subscribe to packages at www.CaptainPicks.com www.dbpodcasts.com   Produced by DBPodcasts.com Follow @dbpodcasts, @iamrapaport, @michaelrapaport on TikTok, Twitter & Instagram Music by Jansport J (Follow @JansportJ) www.JansportJMusic.com