Crisis intervention training: 'We want to save everybody, that's why we got into this job': https://www.richlandsource.com/news/crisis-intervention-training-we-want-to-save-everybody-that-s-why-we-got-into-this/article_b44c8eb2-61f4-11ed-a68b-4fc1ff5b027a.html?block_id=1098581 Composition dedicated to former Mansfield Symphony Chorus director: https://www.richlandsource.com/open_source/open-source-composition-dedicated-to-former-mansfield-symphony-chorus-director/article_dce2ab80-6308-11ed-b7f0-bb68f0d87f49.html Today – Since 2004 Richland County has hosted crisis intervention training for local law enforcement officers.Support the show: https://www.sourcemembers.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's a Monday, and what is that I hear you say...? You'd like a new episode of Baffled, well you are in luck as the Baffled Boys bring you 9 new facts. From good news, if the Earth was tiny and Mount Everest. Conor is also still on a mission to get sacked from the podcast.If you want to get involved then get in touch:Email us email@example.comFollow us on Instagram and TikTok @BaffledPodTo get 20% off and free shipping with Manscaped just head to manscaped.com and use the discount code BAFFLED.---A Create Podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Live from the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice— Delivering an Equitable and Socially Just news and talk program— using only sustainable topics that maintain maximum diversity and inclusion— and for the record no animals were harmed in the production of this program! Here are three big Things you need to know right now— ONE— A huge section of the Space Shuttle Challenger was discovered by accident—by a dive crew off the coast of Florida looking for something else—Wow! TWO— Elon Musk—tells twitter employees if you can physically make it to the office—but refuse to show up—he will consider that a formal resignation— THREE— The chorus of those calling for the end of President Donald Trumps reign at the top of the Republican Party—is getting louder—and its coming from many of his former supporters—that think it is time to look for new—younger leadership that is less divisive— BUT what will that mean for the hardcore Trump supporters—will team MAGA accept his dynasty coming to an end? Or will they revolt— And the bigger question is what will President Trump do if people are trying to show him the exit?
"It came up on our bottom of the hour calendar that three world records were set this week so we began looking for other Musicians world records. There are so many this this week is a list of those who have at least two."
In this special bonus podcast episode, Jack, Grayson, and Blake discuss the results of the 2022 November elections and the biblical response for Christians. The Chorus in the Chorus Information and Links: Website & Blog: www.chorusinthechaos.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chorusinthechaos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chorus_in_the_chaos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chorusnthechaos Intro/Outro Music (by our good friend Nick Illes): https://open.spotify.com/artist/7tnsQhAs6EnIrAqc07FVxn Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Building from a foundation of church membership vows, Grayson, Blake, and Jack discuss some of the bad (and sadly common) reasons people leave churches. Note to the listener: with just a few more episodes left in this season, we are considering a season 1 mailbag episode! Contact us if you have a question about the church (or anything we've discussed this season). If we get enough questions, we'll compile them and answer them in the last episode. See below for the various ways to reach us. The Chorus in the Chorus Information and Links: Website & Blog: www.chorusinthechaos.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chorusinthechaos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chorus_in_the_chaos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chorusnthechaos Intro/Outro Music (by our good friend Nick Illes): https://open.spotify.com/artist/7tnsQhAs6EnIrAqc07FVxn Email: email@example.com
Michael Belle is a Tenor with the coveted San Francisco Opera Chorus. Starting with a trade for free voice lessons, Michael was drawn to the artistic life of a classical musician. From singing the chorus in Lyric Opera of Chicago's Porgy and Bess to performing leads in productions across New England, Michael's career only bloomed until landing a spot in the world famous San Francisco Opera Chorus in 2009. Michael's time at the San Francisco Opera has been one of much change. The traditionally elite European Opera culture has begun to dwindle, making way for a more ethnically and musically diverse one. As such, he's gotten to sing in ethnically diverse casts and works by non-European composers. Michael is proud to help usher this new era for classical music. Meet Michael Belle!
Folks that pre-ordered the physical copy of MW2 are finding out they have a lot of downloading to do. What We're Playing Cliff: Grounded Colby: Grounded, Cyberpunk 2077, Chorus, Rogue Legacy 2 Dylan: Fall Guys News Modern Warfare 2's Physical Edition is Basically an Empty Box - IGN The Daily Fix Turning Off Crossplay is a Console Exclusive Call of Duty Will Stay on the PlayStation CD Project Red Remaking The Witcher 1 A New Version of the Quest is Coming Next Year Sony is Dropping PS Plus Subs Microsoft Will Be Raising Prices…Eventually GamerGate is Still an Issue Tesla is Trying to Pay in Exposure Questions Tr1pletrouble88: Where did your most consistent username come from? the one that you try to use for everything Tr1pletrouble88: take your favorite game and think of a creative way to ruin it Rdeacon: Have you played a game can try to out think itself and add too many twists? ( For me it was Backbone.. I was ok with the first, then the second I was like oh come on) If price wasn't an issue... what one feature would you add to your house? Cheap/Free Games Epic Games Filament Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Xbox Game Pass The Legend of Tianding (Cloud, Console, and PC) The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – The Complete Season (PC) The Walking Dead: Michonne – The Complete Season (PC) Ghost Song (Cloud, Console, and PC) – November 3 Football Manager 2023 (PC) – November 8 Football Manager 2023 Console (Cloud, Console, and PC) – November 8 Return to Monkey Island (Cloud, Console, and PC) – November 8 Vampire Survivors (Console) – November 10 Pentiment (Cloud, Console, and PC) – November 15 Somerville (Console and PC) – November 15 Gungrave GORE - November 22 Warhammer 40,000: Darktide - November 30 Xbox Gold Praetorians – HD Remaster ($19.99 ERP): Available November 1 to 30 Dead End Job ($16.99 ERP): Available November 16 to December 15 Playstation Plus Nioh 2 (PS5/PS4) Heavenly Bodies (PS5/PS4) Lego Harry Potter Collection (PS4) Humble Bundle https://www.humblebundle.com/games/payday-2-ultimatescore-bundle https://www.humblebundle.com/games/train-simulator-all-aboard-bundle Prime Gaming Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition (GOG) WRC 9 FIA World Rally Championship Last Day of June Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade Etherborn Whispering Willows Facility 47 (Legacy games) Patreon Alan Schulte Joe Cole Jr. Anonymous Rich Deacon Extra Life https://bytemepodcast.com/extralife/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/byte-me-podcast/message
Today we're joined by the Rev. Paula Jefferson, Priest-in-Charge of St. Christopher Episcopal Church in Fort Worth, Texas. We talk about reentry, revival, and making a joyful noise! Questions for reflection this week: - How can we shape our life around our community, rather than the other way around? - What worship practices help you feel God's presence? Readings for next week: Nothing! Links mentioned in today's episode: - The Rev. Paula Jefferson (https://stchrisfw.org/about-us/our-staff/member-detail/1667734/) - Dr. Tony Hopkin's notes on Ezra and Nehemiah (https://www.biblelovepodcast.com/uploads/images/intro-to-ezra-and-nehemiah_735.pdf) - The Bible Project intro to Ezra and Nehemiah (https://bibleproject.com/explore/video/ezra-nehemiah/) - Check us out on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQt8M5fw3DImMNZKCHgBRNw)
"It seems to be a badge of honor especially in the rock and blues and country genres to proclaim your are self taught in music. It suggests you are a better musician than a formally taught player. Are you? This is well debated online and we will give you the facts."
As we wrap our discussion on church discipline, we focus this episode on the actual biblical model/process and the important (often overlooked) role church members are to play. Although formal church discipline is commissioned and carried by the church elders/pastors, members in good standing of that local community have a part as well. Also, Jack badly mispronounces a biblical name. The Chorus in the Chorus Information and Links: Website & Blog: www.chorusinthechaos.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chorusinthechaos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chorus_in_the_chaos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chorusnthechaos Intro/Outro Music (by our good friend Nick Illes): https://open.spotify.com/artist/7tnsQhAs6EnIrAqc07FVxn Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the stark expanse of Northern Alberta, a queer Indigenous doctoral student steps away from his dissertation to write a novel, informed by a series of poignant encounters: a heart-to-heart with fellow doctoral student River over the mounting pressure placed on marginalized scholars; a meeting with Michael, a closeted man from his hometown whose vulnerability and loneliness punctuate the realities of queer life on the fringe. Woven throughout these conversations are memories of Jack, a cousin caught in the cycle of police violence, drugs, and survival. Jack's life parallels the narrator's own; the possibilities of escape and imprisonment are left to chance with colonialism stacking the odds. A Minor Chorus, Billy-Ray Belcourt's debut novel, introduces a dazzling new literary voice whose vision and fearlessness shine much-needed light on the realities of Indigenous survival. The event is moderated by Nat Freeman, recorded live on our Crowdcast channel on October 13, 2022. _______________________________________________ Produced by Nat Freeman, Lance Morgan, & Michael Kowaleski. Theme: "I Love All My Friends," an unreleased demo by Fragile Gang. Visit https://www.skylightbooks.com/event for future offerings from the Skylight Books Events team.
The Chorus of Westerly is the subject of this week's program with Kathryn Aaron, Artistic Associate Director and Genvieve Spitale, Education Director. We talk about their concert season and the Fall Symphonic Concert on November 19th and 20th. For more information you can call (401) 596-8663, or go to www.chorusofwesterly.org
Synopsis In the year 1858, the Parisian composer Jacques Offenbach was, as usual, busy writing his next operetta and avoiding his creditors. He found it expedient to work in hotel rooms rather than at home, where he ran the risk of being cornered by bill collectors. Offenbach hoped that maybe, just maybe, one big box office success might clear his debts — and enable him to reupholster the tattered seats in his theater, Les Bouffes-Parisiens. On today's date in 1858, the audience in those tattered seats saw the premiere of Offenbach's latest operetta: a farcical send-up of an old Greek myth. Orpheus in the Underworld was a modest success and ran well for several weeks. But just as the production would normally be closing, an important Parisian music critic attended a performance, and was shocked, shocked that Offenbach dared make fun of something so noble and edifying as Greek mythology. His outraged review generated a lively debate, especially when Offenbach slyly inserted direct quotes from the review into the operetta itself! Suddenly, Orpheus in the Underworld was the hottest ticket in Paris. Box office revenue not only paid for new upholstery, but one tune from the show, an infectious ‘Infernal Galop” would, as M. Offenbach's celebrated Can-Can, become a world-famous melody practically synonymous with Paris itself. Music Played in Today's Program Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880) Orpheus in the Underworld English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus; Mark Elder, conductor MCA 6325
In this week's episode, Patrick, Tommie, and producer Steven welcome returning guest John J. Steele, Jr., celebrate the podcast's 3000th download, go loco for the galgo espanol, celebrate a bunch of queer birthdays (including youthful ward/intern Bryce Dallas Howard Powell), say farewell to Robbie Coltrane, look at the queer policies of Cracker Barrel, try to celebrate Hagfish Day without looking at it, and talk to John about his upcoming projects with the Long Island Gay Men's Chorus and his return to the stage in a local production of the Conor McPherson play the Weir. (Part Two of this episode will be released on October 26.)
"Audius is maybe the future of music and streaming. All posts and plays are counted through a crypto blockchain so the artists are paid directly. But artists are not paid in money. They are paid in a new crypto coin named audio. Big people are putting big money into it. We will tell you all about it."