We're so excited to have Kelly Clarkson's former bass player Einar Pedersen on the podcast this week! He talks to us about his beginnings in music, what life on the road is like, some never-before-heard prank stories, and much more!
We kick off 2022 discussing some of Kelly Clarkson's most viral and newsworthy moments in her career! From winning American Idol, to performing at the Superbowl and a presidential inauguration, to Ariana Grande collaborations, this girl has been making headlines for the last two decades!
This is a first! In five seasons of Typology, we finally have our first pair of siblings….who share the same type! What better way to explore the inner workings of The Enthusiast than from two siblings who share the same Enneagram number? Raised in a home where creativity and deep thinking were celebrated, Nathan and Joy Clarkson join me for a conversation about all things Seven. In this episode, we share: Tips for raising an Enthusiast from two Sevens The communication style of Sevens The role orientation to time plays in all our relationships We also discuss their new, aptly named book, The Clubhouse: Open the Door to Limitless Adventure, where they draw on their own childhood experiences and show that imagination is the best way to play and learn. Tune in on Apple, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player then share your feedback on Instagram. We'd love to hear your insights.
It's that time of year again! It's the final podcast of the year which means time to look back at the favorite restaurants and food from 2021. Eric alongside Linda Salinas, Mary Clarkson, Michael Fulmer, and Matt Harris discuss their favorite new restaurants that opened, the dishes they remember most, the trends, their favorite classic restaurants, the saddest shutters of the year, and finally what restaurants they're looking forward to visiting in 2022.
Podcast: Control System Cyber Security Association International: CS2AIEpisode: 19: Internships and Specialties In the Cybersecurity IndustryPub date: 2021-12-28Today, Derek Harp is happy to welcome John Cusimano, Vice President of Industrial Security at AE Solutions, as his guest for another episode in the Security Leader series.AE Solutions is a division of the Deloitte Company. John leads their industrial cybersecurity practice team, comprised of about twenty dedicated subject matter experts who mostly came from automation, IT security, or a blend of the two in the earlier parts of their careers. John hails from Upstate, New York. While in high school, he played guitar in a band and loved using guitar effects. He wanted to become an audio engineer, so he was motivated to go into the engineering field. After graduating from high school, he went to Clarkson University in Upstate New York and did a combined electrical and computer engineering degree. John picked Clarkson specifically because it was the first school in the entire country to give every new freshman a computer.In this episode of the (CS)²AI Podcast, John joins Derek to share his superhero origin story, talk about how he became a leader in the cybersecurity industry, and share the valuable lessons he learned along the way. He talks about the benefits of gaining practical experience from doing internships and specializing in your career. He also offers some gold nuggets of advice for people thinking of starting a career in the world of cybersecurity.If you are entering the workforce or in the mid-level part of your career and want to move up within your corporation or step out and start a business of your own, you will learn a lot from today's episode, so be sure to stay tuned for more!Show highlights:John talks about how he got to where he is at AE Solutions. (1:15)John's first encounter with technology happened before he was even in high school. (2:18)John discusses how his practical experience from summer internships helped him land his first job. (6:09)John shares an excellent way to bolster your career. (8:32)How John found the niche of safety, and then later in his career, saw the connection between safety and cybersecurity, and started digging into cybersecurity. (11:23)John talks about the people who mentored him and influenced his career path. (13:51)John shares some nuggets to help engineers dive deeper into the world of cybersecurity. (17:39)Overcoming the challenges in his career. (20:29)There is value in being obsessive and eventually becoming an expert on a particular topic. (22:36)John took a huge risk in starting an industrial cybersecurity practice before the technology got known to be a real thing. (24:33)John talks about the areas within the cybersecurity industry that could start exploding with new opportunities over the next few years. (27:23)The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Derek Harp, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.
(Dec 27, 2021) There's a nationwide shortage of snowplow drivers. New York is in good shape for this winter, but says it needs to recruit more drivers after a wave of retirements. Also: schools, including UVM and Clarkson, are starting to require COVID-19 boosters for students to attend the spring semester.
It's the most wonderful time of the year - the annual Comradio Christmas episode. This year our theme is the beard. From what beards tell us about sociology and policy to the rich history of hairy faces, including what Atlee said about beards, how the Chartists delayed the age of the Victorian beard, New Labour's approach to beards, the role of the beard in Abraham Lincoln's electoral success, fake beards, beard taxes, the edicts about beards that have been used for political ends through the ages, and The Charge of The Light Brigade. All leading us to our thrilling conclusion: the truth about Santa's beard. Our Patreon Buy our merch Second Row Socialists on Twitter Comradio on Twitter Alternative Left Entertainment Follow ALE on Twitter Why does Santa have a beard but Mrs Claus doesn't? - BBC Science Focus Magazine Beards augment perceptions of men's age, social status, and aggressiveness, but not attractiveness - Dixson and Vasey (2012) Women are more attracted to men with beards, says study - Sophie Foster for Wales Online (2020) A multivariate analysis of women's mating strategies and sexual selection on men's facial morphology - Tessa R. Clarkson et al (2020) ALMOST HALF OF WOMEN REFUSE TO DATE MEN WITH HIPSTER BEARDS, SURVEY FINDS - Sarah Young for The Independent (2018) Let's talk about Oscar Isaac's magnificent Dune beard - Gabrielle Paiella for GQ (2020) The Beard-Battle that Almost Split Christendom - Luke T. Harrington for Christianity Today (2016) What's In A Beard? - Rabbi Yirmiyahu Ullman The men evading Tajikistan's de-facto beard ban - Global Voices Online in The Guardian (2015) 5 UK Sikh doctors ‘removed' for refusing to shave beards - Naomi Canton for Times of India (2020) Sikh Front-Line Workers Make Enough Sacrifices. Their Beards Shouldn't Be One. - Harman Singh in HuffPo (2020) Depiction thought to be Loki with no beard Beard: Masculinity in Early Modern England - Will Fisher (2001) Peter the Great's Beard Tax - Amelia Soth for JSTOR Daily (2021) The Beard Movement in Victorian Britain - Christopher Oldstone-Moore (2005) Five Things You Didn't Know About The Crimean War - The Royal Collection Trust Roger Fenton's Crimean War photographs at the US Library of Congress Pioneer photographer's stark images of Crimean war go on display - Caroline Davies (2017) The Charge of the Light Brigade - Alfred Lord Tennyson (1854) The six reasons beards are everywhere - BBC Radio Four The Bear Book: Readings in the History and Evolution of a Gay Male Subculture - Les Wright (1997) “Grow the Beard, Wear the Costume”: Resisting Weight and Sexual Orientation Stigmas in the Bear Subculture - Patrick B. McGrady (2016) Understanding the Bear Movement in Gay Male Culture - Eric Manley et al (2008) What is a Blind Item? - Mary McMahon This Trans Woman Kept Her Beard And Couldn't Be Happier - Patrick Strudwick for Buzzfeed (2015) Why famous dudes grow beards to deal with existential crises - Luke Winkie for Vox (2020) Rick and Morty - Abradolf Lincler Santa, is that you? But where's your white beard? - Peter Holley in WaPo (2014)
A brawl broke out at Miami International Airport when two passengers on a delayed flight got into it, causing security to be called to the gate and bystanders pulling out their phones to capture video of the situation. There seems to be a champagne shortage, disrupting bottomless mimosas at brunches everywhere. Do you know how to avoid getting scammed online? Doug, Jen, Victoria and Jai share the tips to keep your information (and bank account) safe. In entertainment news, a judge has denied Kelly Clarkson's request to have her ex-husband evicted from the Montana ranch the couple once shared which had been recently awarded to Clarkson. The judge cited Blackstock's inability to move out and get a new place due to his financial situation . . . even though the “Since U Been Gone” singer has been ordered to pay almost $200K per month in spousal and child support. Follow us @DJVShow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. More information on DJVShow.com.
For our final episode of 2021, we relive some of our favorite Miss Indepodcast moments from not only this year, but since the podcast's beginning! From Roundtables to The Kelly Clarkson Show Kellyoke performances to some VERY special guests, take a trip down memory lane with us!
Ohio Trio Becomes First Group to Win in the Show's 21-Season HistoryCoach Kelly Clarkson Takes “Voice” Crown for Fourth TimeUNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. — Dec. 14, 2021 — Sibling trio Girl Named Tom, featuring Caleb (26), Joshua (24) and Bekah (20) Liechty from Pettisville, Ohio, and currently living in South Bend, Indiana, were crowned the champions of “The Voice” tonight.Girl Named Tom faced tough competition from the other finalists – Hailey Mia, also from Team Kelly, Wendy Moten and Paris Winningham from Team Blake, and Jershika Maple from Team Legend.In their Blind Audition, the trio, known for their beautiful family harmonies, earned a four-chair turn from all coaches for their rendition of “Helplessly Hoping” by Crosby, Stills & Nash. After an intense deliberation, the siblings chose Kelly Clarkson as their coach. They went on to win their Battle Round with a show-stopping performance of “Seven Bridges Road” by the Eagles and then their Knockout Round as well with a truly breathtaking interpretation of “Wichita Lineman” by Glen Campbell.During the live rounds, Girl Named Tom stepped out of their sweet spot in the folk genre to take on Coldplay's iconic “Viva la Vida.” After impressing coaches with their ability to pivot musical styles, they secured a spot in the Top 5 with a stunning cover of Joni Mitchell's “River.”On Monday night's telecast, Girl Named Tom once again showed their range with two timeless classics – “Baby Now That I've Found You” by The Foundations and “The Chain” by Fleetwood Mac.On tonight's finale, Caleb, Joshua and Bekah were joined on stage by Clarkson for a catchy cover of “Leave Before You Love Me” by Marshmello and the Jonas Brothers.Girl Named Tom is the first act in the 21 seasons of “The Voice” to have four of their songs in the iTunes Top 10 at the same time. In addition, the group reached #1 twice on the main iTunes Top 200 chart with “River,” and “The Chain.” “Hits From the Road,” the group's self-titled album that was released in February, is currently #17 on the iTunes Top Albums chart, making them the first act in the show's history to have songs also charting in the Top 200 from their own self-released album.Girl Named Tom was the #1 most-viewed act on YouTube this season, with 8.9 million collective views.Hailing from a small town, this sibling trio was initially homeschooled where music became a big part of their curriculum. They enrolled in piano lessons at a young age and joined theater once they started attending public school. Despite their artistic upbringing, they all planned to become doctors, but things changed when their father was diagnosed with a rare cancer in 2017. When Bekah finished high school and the boys finished college, their father's prognosis was still unknown, so they decided to spend more time as a family and formed their trio in 2019. Girl Named Tom is grateful for the chance to bring joy to their family and hopes to make their hometown proud on “The Voice.”This season the Monday and Tuesday editions of “The Voice” are averaging a 1.1 rating in adults 18-49 and 8.1 million viewers overall in “live plus seven day” averages from Nielsen Media Research. In “live plus same day” Nielsens, “The Voice” is undefeated in 18-49 and total viewers this season in both its Monday and Tuesday timeslots versus regular competition on the Big 4 networks. “The Voice” also adds significant viewership through extended time-shifting on digital and linear platforms with the show's Sept. 21 season premiere now up to a 3.2 rating in adults 18-49 and 13.6 million viewers overall when viewership to date on all platforms is counted. “The Voice” is the #1 most-watched unscripted series for the 2020-21 season to date ahead of “The Masked Singer.”“The Voice” is a presentation of MGM Television, Warner Bros. Unscripted Television in association with Warner Horizon, and ITV Studios The Voice USA, Inc. The series was created by John de Mol, who serves as an executive producer along with Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Amanda Zucker, Kyra Thompson and Adam H. Sher.For embeddable clips and more, please visitNBC.com's official show site: https://www.nbc.com/the-voicePlease follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/NBCTheVoice and on Twitter at @NBCTheVoice and #TheVoice.
This week on the Driven Chat Podcast, John Marcar and Amy Shore are joined by script editor and author Richard Porter.Richard Porter is perhaps most famously known as the scriptwriter for Clarkson, Hammond and May for BBC Top Gear and Amazon's The Grand Tour. More controversially, he was a secret satirist for the automotive world through his mysterious yet frankly brilliant website - SNIFFPETROL.com - a website that ultimately granted his career in the TV world.In this chat, Richard unearths the early days of his career with the most fantastic tangents and anecdotes... including a story about being filmed by John Bentley in a mobile phone shop in the late 1990s. Later we hear some incredible stories through the timeline of his work with Clarkson, Hammond and May.Get in touch with the show via email - email@example.com or slip into our DM's on your preferred social feed, and don't forget to check out our youtube channel via YouTube.com/DrivenChat, so see some premium visual car content! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Our second annual Holiday Spectacular has us discussing the recent promo Kelly Clarkson did for her "When Christmas Comes Around..." album. We also revisit our 2020 predictions about which Christmas songs we wanted her to cover and see if she chose any from our list!
The 2021 National Lawyers Convention took place November 11-13, 2021 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "Public and Private Power: Preserving Freedom or Preventing Harm?" This panel covered "Administrative Inquisitions? How Agencies Initiate, Conduct, and Conclude Investigations."In addition to formal rulemaking and case-by-case adjudication and enforcement, federal agencies have long employed a myriad of mechanisms to influence and punish private behavior. Their civil administrative investigations are unbounded by the procedural constraints of the Administrative Procedure Act, traditional transparency protections, or the redress afforded by timely judicial review. Civil administrative investigations can be not only onerous but also financially catastrophic, especially when the targets are small businesses and individuals. The abuse of agency investigative authority raises significant constitutional and statutory questions. Agencies have compelled information from investigative targets without the warrant the Fourth Amendment would require, and then converted the investigation from civil to criminal. Federal agencies have been imposing draconian conditions to end administrative investigations, like imposing "gag" orders that prohibit the target from disclosing the terms of the settlement, and requiring the target to make payments to agency-designated third parties in lieu of paying the statutorily prescribed fine into the Federal Treasury. These conditions are imposed without affording the investigative target the opportunity to meaningfully challenge the agency’s underlying authority to act or the tactics by which it acts.This panel will explore the under-researched civil investigative and related activities of federal agencies and engage on their underlying legal authority to so act.Featuring:Mr. Tyler S. Clarkson, Associate General Counsel, Synthetic Biology Company; Former Acting General Counsel, U.S. Department of Agriculture Prof. Aram Gavoor, Professorial Lecturer in Law, George Washington University Law SchoolProf. Richard J. Pierce, Lyle T. Alverson Professor of Law, George Washington University Law SchoolMs. Susan C. Rodriguez, Partner, McGuireWoods LLPModerator: Hon. James C. Ho, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
Andy Wilman is the vital 4th name to be added on to the highly esteemed Clarkson, Hammond & May. As one of the creators and the executive producer of Top Gear from 2002 onwards, he has been celebrated as one of the great brains that created and managed one of the most loved TV shows for petrol heads. Of course, beyond Top Gear at the BBC, Wilman went on to executive produce Clarkson, Hammond and May's next production - The Grand Tour and Wilman frequently pops up on the show as nothing more than a name; 'Mr Wilman' in the form of written instructions and challenges via text messages to the presenters' phones.In this exclusive chat with Andy Jaye, Andy Wilman shares some of the lesser-known stories, anecdotes and behind the scenes tales (of which there are many!) whilst producing our favourite car shows.Get in touch with the show via email - firstname.lastname@example.org or slip into our DM's on your preferred social feed, and don't forget to check out our youtube channel via YouTube.com/DrivenChat, so see some premium visual car content! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K263: The Paradox of Alimony for Men When it comes to alimony, the law is blind to gender. “What's good for the goose is good for the gander, that's how family law works,” said Laura Wasser, the California lawyer representing singer Kelly Clarkson in her high-profile divorce. 談到贍養費，法律在性別上是盲目的。「對母鵝好的事，對公鵝也好，這是家庭法運作的方式。」在歌手凱莉．克萊森備受關注的離婚官司中，為她辯護的加州律師蘿拉．瓦瑟說。 Even though the Supreme Court ruled that alimony is gender neutral in 1979, Wasser said that women have still been surprised to find themselves doling out spousal support. “What amazes me is that many bright and sophisticated women don't realize they will have to pay,” said Wasser, declining to comment directly on Clarkson's case. 即使最高法院1979年判決贍養費應該為性別中立，瓦瑟說，女人發現自己要付配偶贍養費時，仍然會感到驚訝。「令我吃驚的是，許多聰明且世故的女人不知道她們必須要付錢。」瓦瑟說，她拒絕直接評論克萊森的案子。 Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock, an entertainment agent, split in 2020 after seven years of marriage. Despite a prenuptial agreement recently upheld in a Los Angeles court, Blackstock has been awarded temporary monthly spousal support of nearly $150,000, half of his initial ask. 克萊森和娛樂經紀人布萊克斯托克結婚七年，2020年離婚。儘管洛杉磯法院近日認可其婚前協議，布萊克斯托克暫時仍可獲得每月近15萬美元的配偶贍養費，是他初始要求金額的一半。 In addition to the monthly spousal support paid by Clarkson, Blackstock also receives child support of around $45,000 per month, despite Clarkson having been awarded primary physical custody of their two children. 除了克萊森每月支付的配偶贍養費，布萊克斯托克也拿到每月約4萬5000美元的子女扶養費，雖然克萊森已取得她們兩個子女的主要人身監護權。 This might seem like a lot, but according to documents filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, Clarkson's monthly income is $1.9 million. She follows in the wake of other female stars whose settlements were way steeper: Madonna, Elizabeth Taylor, Rosanne Barr, Kirstie Alley and Janet Jackson have all paid hugely in their divorces. 這個金額看起來或許很多，但根據洛杉磯高等法院的文件，克萊森的月收入是190萬美元。她加入其他女明星之列，但這些人離婚協議金額更高：瑪丹娜、伊莉莎白泰勒、羅珊巴爾、克絲汀艾莉及珍娜傑克森，全都在離婚時付出巨款。 Public response to the breakup has not been favorable to Blackstock who, on Twitter, has been called out as a “parasite,” and “an opportunist,” among other unprintable names. 大眾對離婚官司的反應並未偏向布萊克斯托克，他在推特上被罵作「寄生蟲」和「投機分子」，還有其他不堪入目的字眼。 Part of the shock over such settlements, according to Alexandra Killewald, a sociology professor at Harvard who studies the effects of unequal earning on relationships, may be influenced by preconceived notions about gender. “Our culture expects men to be the primary breadwinners and there are simply more options for women for part-time work or to take time for child rearing,” Killewald said. 哈佛大學研究感情關係中收入不平等效應的社會學教授亞莉珊卓拉．基里瓦德說，對於這類離婚協議的震驚反應，部分可能受到先入為主性別觀念影響。基里瓦德說，「我們的文化期待男人是主要收入來源，對女人來說，不論是找兼職工作或扶養子女，選擇就是比較多」。 Another reason that men being awarded alimony can come as a surprise is because it doesn't happen that often. 男人被判獲得贍養費令人驚訝的另一個理由是，這不常發生。 According to a 2019 study of census data by the Urban Institute, a nonprofit research group, half of United States households are headed by women, on average. Despite an increase in stay-at-home husbands, far more women than men seek and receive spousal support. 根據非營利研究組織「都市研究院」2019年以普查數據所作的一項研究，美國家庭平均半數由女人當家。儘管家庭主夫增加，尋求且獲得配偶贍養費的女人遠比男人多。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/5903796
Jimmer is the franchise owner of two Chick-fil-A restaurants in upstate New York. He holds a bachelors in Mathematics from State University of New York College at Potsdam and an MBA from Clarkson University. Following his time at Clarkson, Jimmer spent over 20 years in Supply Chain at IBM where he rose to leadership as an executive. He'll share more in his story today, but a visit to the Chick-fil-A headquarters began an unexpected journey to franchise ownership of a Chick-fil-A restaurant in 2018. In late 2020, Jimmer was diagnosed with ALS, a neurological disease that debilitates a person's muscle systems. He is married to Betty and they have three children ages 20, 18, and 12. For show notes and past guests, please visit missionandmargin.co. Follow Tim: Twitter: twitter.com/timsweetman Instagram: instagram.com/tim.sweetman Facebook: facebook.com/timsweetman
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Hosts Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly) and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) are joined by Clarkson head coach Casey Jones to preview his Golden Knights in ECAC Hockey play Friday at No. 5 Quinnipiac.Jim and Ed also look at the other matchups to be featured in this week's USCHO Bettor's Edge column: No. 14 Notre Dame at No. 1 Michigan, Michigan Tech at No. 20 Bemidji, No. 4 Minnesota Duluth at No. 6 North Dakota, and No. 2 St. Cloud State at No. 12 Western Michigan.
Let’s start today with two more Patreon-fueled shout-outs. The first comes a long-time supporter who wants you to know:"Today is a great day to spread good cheer: reach out to an old friend, compliment a stranger, or pause for a moment of gratitude to savor a delight."The second comes from a more recent supporter who wants you to go out and read a local news story written by a local journalist. Whether it be the Daily Progress, Charlottesville Tomorrow, C-Ville Weekly, NBC29, CBS19, WINA, or some other place I’ve not mentioned - the community depends on a network of people writing about the community. Go learn about this place today!On today’s show:Charlottesville City Council adopts a Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map after a long public process and long public hearing President Biden signs an infrastructure bill Two area breweries have announced a merger The Places29-Hydraulic group gets the latest on 490 units planned for Old Ivy Road After nearly five years of review, Charlottesville City Council has adopted a Comprehensive Plan and a Future Land Use Map intended to increase the number of housing units within city limits. Council’s vote came after a long public hearing that came after a work session held in the early afternoon where Council also discussed economic development and population trends. The public hearing ended at 10:44 p.m. and Council then discussed the matter for another hour before voting to adopt. Up next will be the rewrite of the zoning code to eliminate legislative barriers to new residential density. I’ll have more on the adoption of the plan and what is in it in an upcoming edition of the newsletter. Take a look at the adopted Comprehensive Plan and the Future Land Use Map here. Two breweries in the area have announced a merger via Facebook post. Champion Brewing Company and Reason Beer will join operations in a partnership that will see Hunter Smith remain as the company’s CEO. One of Reason’s founders, Jeff Railenau, will become the Chief Financial Officer. Josh Skinner of Champion will become the Head Brewer and Reason’s Mark Fulton will become Director of Brewing Operations. Champion will relocate its production operations from a facility in the Woolen Mills on Broadway Street to Reason’s headquarters at Seminole Place on U.S. 29. “We’re excited to announce this partnership with our good friends and esteemed beer minds across town that will bring together two skilled and like-minded teams to streamline operations under one roof,” reads a statement on Champion’s Facebook page.President Joe Biden has signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which will likely change the landscape for the way all kinds of projects in Virginia and the Charlottesville area are funded. “This law makes the most significant investment in roads and bridges in the past 70 years,” Biden said. “It makes the most significant investment in passenger rail in the past 50 years. And in public transit ever.” The bill provides direct funding to specific areas across the entire country. (details from the White House)$55 billion to expand access to clean drinking water, eliminating lead pipes and cleaning up PFAS chemicals $21 billion in funding to remediate Superfund sites in rural and urban communities$66 billion for public transit, including vehicle replacement from fossil-fuel burning to zero emissions vehicles$5 billion specifically to purchase clean school buses$17 billion to modernize ports and update machinery to reduce congestion and emissions$25 billion for airports including efforts to drive electrification and a transition to other low-carbon technologiesOver $50 billion in investments to protect against drought, heat waves, wildfires and floodsThe legislation passed the U.S. Senate on a 69-30 vote and the U.S. House on a 221 to 201 vote. Take a look at the full bill here. “The bill I’m about to sign into law is proof that despite the cynics, Democrats and Republicans can come together to deliver results,” Biden said. There’s also funding to increase internet access.“This law is going to make high-speed Internet affordable and everywhere, everywhere in America,” Biden said “Urban, suburban, rural, and great jobs laying down those broadband lines.” Environmental groups in Virginia are celebrating the signing of the infrastructure bill, which will provide an additional $238 million for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the Chesapeake Bay Program according to a statement from the Choose Clean Water Coalition.“These additional funds will help reduce pollution in the Bay and its waterways, especially as we approach the 2025 deadline to have all pollution reduction practices in place as part of the Bay's restoration effort,” said Coalition Director Kristin Reilly. Reilly refers to something called the Chesapeake Bay TMDL, a framework to reduce pollution across all of the watersheds that feed into the Bay, including the Rapidan, Rivanna, and James Rivers. Investments have been made over the years, including millions to upgrade the Moores Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant to reduce the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus that makes it to the Bay, creating dead zones with no oxygen. The bill has also been celebrated by the Virginia Transit Association, who sent out a release pointing out that the bill contains $102 billion nationwide in funding for passenger and freight rail, or a 592 percent increase over usual funding levels. That could include $1.4 billion for Virginia. “Transit will receive about $1.3 billion in formula funding over the next five years, a 34 percent increase over normal funding levels,” said Danny Plaugher, the Deputy Director of the Virginia Transit Association and the Executive Director of Virginians for HighSpeed Rail. “The Charlottesville area will receive about an extra million a year over that period. Virginia will also be competitive on several expanded transit and rail grant programs which could invest billions into our transportation network."All of Virginia’s Democratic Representatives in Congress voted for the bill, whereas all of Virginia’s Republican Representatives voted against it. But Biden said there was support from industry. “This law was supported by business groups — the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; the National Association of Manufacturers; the Business Roundtable, representing 200 of the largest corporations in America and other top businesses,” Biden said.Local governments are watching closely to see what the bill may mean for their bottom line. “Albemarle County will closely monitor avenues for local governments to apply for funding to advance our strategic infrastructure needs as guidance becomes available from the federal and state governments,” said Emily Kilroy, director of Communications and Public Engagement for Albemarle. You’re listening to Charlottesville Community Engagement. Time for another Patreon-fueled shout-out! Charlottesville 350 is the local chapter of a national organization that seeks to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. Charlottesville 350 uses online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions to oppose new coal, oil and gas projects, and build 100% clean energy solutions that work for all. To learn more about their most active campaigns, including a petition drive to the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank, visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/cville350A proposed rezoning requested by Greystar Development for about 36 acres of land off of Old Ivy Road will be slightly smaller than the 525 units requested in the first application, but it will still be fairly substantial. “Our current plan is to have about 490 units,” said Valerie Long, an attorney with Williams Mullen. “We’re still under 20 dwelling units per acre so well within the range that’s permitted. The Places29-Hydraulic Community Advisory Committee got a first look at the Old Ivy Residences project, which is currently not scheduled for a public hearing before the Planning Commission. (watch the meeting)The land is split between five parcels, with three of them already zoned for 15 units per acre. “R-15 residential zoning allows for basically any type of residential development whether its single family detached, single-family attached, or multifamily apartments,” said county planner Cameron Langille. One parcel allows for ten units per acre, and the other is currently zoned for one unit per acre. The application is to make them all R-15. A previous rezoning approved by the Board of Supervisors in 1985 has a condition that states that the Old Ivy Road corridor needs to have been upgraded to a certain performance level before development can begin. “The applicant is asking for us to evaluate that and make a recommendation as to whether corridor has been improved to that extent,” Langille said. The board also approved a rezoning in 1996 for one of the parcels that restricts certain uses. Langille said the applicant wants the Board to drop that condition. There’s also a request to disturb slopes which involves changing their classification from preserved to managed. The county’s Comprehensive Plan designated three of the parcels as urban density residential, which allows anywhere between 6 units and 36 units per acre. Land along the U.S. 250 Bypass is designated as parks space and currently is the home of a section of the Rivanna Trail. Greystar officials said that would continue. Staff has conducted one review and the developer is working through the various questions from staff. John Clarkson is a managing director with Greystar Development, a national developer with projects all across the United States of America. “There are opportunities in University towns that lack housing opportunities, very important housing opportunities to provide that level of affordability to make those communities sustainable over the long term,” Clarkson said. Dan Nickerson, a development senior associate with Greystar, is a graduate of the nearby Darden School.“The number one thing we love about this site is the natural landscape and we’ve done the best job we could and we think we’ve done a really good job preserving the landscape while enabling the density that the Comp Plan allows,” Nickerson said. Old Ivy Road is a two-lane road that has a one-way underpass near its eastern intersection with Ivy Road without a sidewalk or bike lane. The western intersection as well as a two-lane bridge over the bypass are also constraints. Long acknowledged that traffic congestion is an issue.“Obviously those issues are existing, have been growing and increasing over the past few decades, but Greystar is committed to continue looking at those challenges and collaborating with [the Virginia Department of Transportation] and the county planning staff as appropriate to work toward identifying solutions,” Long said. Long said Greystar would be willing to pay a “proportional amount” for some of those solutions. VDOT’s Six-Year Improvement program includes funds for a $3 million replacement of the bridge over U.S. 250, but the description currently states it will be built with no additional capacity. Preliminary engineering is underway now with construction scheduled for Fiscal Year 2024. Long said county officials have been able to at least carve out some improvements for the project.“They were able to include in that project design that there will be a pedestrian lane on the new bridge,” Long said. Members of the CAC and the public had the opportunity to ask questions and make comments. Sally Thomas served four terms on the Board of Supervisors and lives next door in the University Village apartment building. “We don’t oppose having neighbors and we are delighted that they are neighbors that care about the environment,” Thomas said. “We also do have a lovely old stand of trees, some over 100 years old, and we want to try to preserve and protect those.” Thomas said University Village wants to make sure there are pathways that safe and attractive and avoid the trees. Kathleen Jump of Huntington Village complex said she likes to walk, but said this section of Albemarle is landlocked with many obstacles for pedestrians. “The eastern bridge is a concern and the pedestrians at that end of Old Ivy Road put their lives in their hands when they cross under that bridge,” Jump said.Kevin McDermott is a chief of planning in Albemarle who specializes in transportation. “We have been evaluating both ends of Old Ivy Road as Valerie mentioned also, very recently, to try to see if there are options for improving them,” McDermott said. “Nothing has jumped out as an easy solution right now. Trying to expand that underpass is going to be extremely expensive.” McDermott said VDOT is working with a consultant to look at both ends of the road to come up with solutions, possibly to inform a Smart Scale application for next year. Taylor Ahlgren just moved into Huntington Village. He wants the development to do as much as it can to discourage vehicular travel. Here’s what he would like to see.“Supporting future residents to stay away from using a car and using alternative means of transportation,” Ahlgren said. The project currently does not have a public meeting scheduled with the Planning Commission. Stay tuned. Also nearby is the Ivy Garden complex, which the University of Virginia will be redeveloped as a mixed-use community. The UVA Buildings and Grounds Committee got a briefing on that project in June. Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. 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Our popular Mailbag series continues with listener questions about our favorite Kelly Clarkson Show Kellyoke "Classics," advice we have for someone attending their first Kelly concert, and much more! Plus we discuss why Jeremy once got into an argument with Kelly. (Don't worry... they're tight now!)
Here's another episode on my trek for a chip. This week I'm doing NBA injury news + fantasy recaps + some fuego/not so fuego picks off my waiverIf these guys are available in your leagues, join me in my wildly good or bad pickups or just stay for the info.
Long time Kelly Clarkson guitarist and songwriter Aben Eubanks joins us on the podcast this week! We discuss his involvement on some fan favorite songs like “Sober,” “Maybe,” and “Santa, Can't You Hear Me,” a hilarious story of how Kelly helped him meet one of his musical heroes, and MUCH more!
On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” Daily Gazette Associate Sports Editor review Union's 4-3 men's ECAC Hockey overtime victory over Clarkson on Friday at Messa Rink. Schott has interviews with Union head coach Rick Bennett and players Connor Murphy and Collin Graf, and Clarkson head coach Casey Jones. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.
The Jazz have gone 4-1 since our last visit. Clarkson came out and went Super Saiyan mode against the Heat scoring 30 points. This week's topics include: Poll results and new poll, Clarkson's struggles and comeback, Whiteside's facial expressions, and... boxing? You're not going to want to miss this episode of Jazz Beats! If you are interested in supporting the show, we now have a way for you! Visit anchor.fm/jazzbeats and click the "Support" button. Any support is greatly appreciated and will go towards improving the quality of the show and seeking out top level guests in the Utah Jazz network. Thanks for listening!
Were we really concerned? Did you wonder if it would never end? After missing 23 straight three point shots Jordan Clarkson exploded for 30 points and lead the Utah Jazz to a win over the Atlanta Hawks. David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz, Now live each morning on You Tube In the NBA chemistry is a unique phrase, is it real or made up or manufactured. What the Utah Jazz have is something unique and Clarkson showed it after the game. The Utah Jazz are showing multiple ways to win and it is a reminder of how good they are. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jeremiah Morrell, Dakota Davis, and Zach Burcham are your hosts for episode 228! Betsy Mills is running for State Representative, Jeremiah makes us talk about daylight saving time again. An NFL player is in deep trouble, NASCAR is going to have a champion and we have a bet on it. Zach wants everyone to watch Clarkson's Farm on Amazon. And gas prices are OUT of control, triggering Dakota. Our program is community supported on Patreon. Do your part by chipping into the cause by donating monthly at any level at www.patreon.com/bosshogofliberty and receive even more BONUS coverage and content. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” Associate Sports Editor Ken Schott previews this weekend's Union College men's ECAC Hockey games against Clarkson and St. Lawrence. Schott has interviews with Union head coach Rick Bennett, and players Michael Hodge, Josh Kosack and Liam Robertson. Schott also looks back at some of last weekend's games played by ECACH teams and previews the first full weekend of ECACH play. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.
Today on the podcast, Eric is joined by Mary Clarkson of Avondale Food and Wine. They discuss Aaron Bludorn's plans to open a new restaurant, Miami based doughnut shop, The Salty, opening in Houston, and Tin Drum Asian Kitchen coming to Houston as well. In the Restaurants of the Week portion of the podcast, Eric and Mary discuss their recent visit to Alba Ristorante in the Hotel Granduca. Trying something new with the podcast, if you have a question that you'd like to ask Eric or a topic for him and his cohosts to discuss send them to Eric at email@example.com and he'll answer/discuss it on a future episode. Follow Eric on Instagram and Twitter.
Season 3 Episode 7 of the Chasing MacNaughton Podcast from Tech Hockey Guide; "Fifty!” This week Rob Gilreath, Dustin Lindstrom, and Matt Cavender were alone on the podcast while Tim Braun was recovering from something. They spent the show talking about Michigan Tech's trip to Clarkson, the rest of the CCHA this weekend, previewed the LSSU series and they continued the fantasy college hockey challenge. For additional information and more episode liner notes, check out our episode overview on Tech Hockey Guide. To make sure we can afford all our fancy equipment we purchased for the podcast and the THG website in general, please check out our patreon page and consider joining. Patrons at our Black Level or above receive an authentic MTU jersey patch and access to extra podcast content including extended versions of our other episodes. This week's extended version is about 92 minutes. Mitch's Misfits Amazon wishlist is still having items added as we figure it out but you can take a look by clicking here and a reminder, if you rate the Podcast 5-stars, we'll read your review on the podcast and thanks to our newest sponsor, Fiebke Dental in downtown Rhinelander. Follow us on twitter at ChasingMacPod and you can submit questions through our email address, ChasingMac@techhockeyguide.com. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Please rate and review which will help us reach more people, and tell your friends. Please check out Jonathan Zamaites series previews every Friday and Mike Anleitner's Old Dog in Texas column every Wednesday (you should definitely read this week's column). Also, keep an eye out for new recruiting articles on Tuesdays. As always, special thanks to our patron saint Doc McResin for his generous donation to get this thing running, we hope you enjoy. Also, thanks to The Thank You Notes for all the bumpers in today's episode. If you like what you hear, check them out at thethankyounotes.bandcamp.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chasingmacpod/message
Kelly Clarkson has penned some of her biggest hits and some of her most beloved album tracks. This week, we talk about our favorite songs that Kelly herself had a hand in writing including what we think are her most impactful lyrics. Plus, details on next week's big guest! Grab a pen and paper and let's get to writing!
The Utah Jazz behind Jordan Clarkson and Rudy Gobert played dominant basketball against the Oklahoma City Thunder with an easy 107 - 86 victory. The Jazz looked dominant and ready to roll through the season in a big way. Donovan Mitchell had a strong second half and showed that he's still growing as a player. In the first half he deferred to the other playmakers on the floor and it allowed Rudy Gobert and Mike Conley to do work. Speaking of Gobert, he was a monster with 21 rebounds and 16 points. Jordan Clarkson looks like he meshes well with Hassan Whiteside in that Whiteside's style allows Clarkson to go to work in isolation. It's something to watch but it looks like a nice fit so far. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As we move towards the end of 2021, we wanted to record an episode that focused on the LP perspective on current capital and ventures. To that end, this week we are joined by joined by Chris Douvos, founder of Ahoy Capital, Elizabeth “Beezer” Clarkson, Managing Director of Sapphire Partners, and Guy Perelmuter, founder of GRIDS Capital.The three of them have spent decades investing in venture funds and companies across multiple cycles. While we didn’t come into the discussion with any set agenda, we ended up covering everything from emerging manager views to global capital trends. This was a fun one to record, so hope you enjoy. Get on the email list at ventureunlocked.substack.com
This week we discuss solo musicians that have played every instrument for their songs. Consumption: Mr. Pold - What If...?, Synchronicity, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, Doctor Strange, Dawn, Die Hard 2, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Stay Tuned St. Jimmy - Ballistic, The Guilty, No Escape Room, Level 16, Letterkenny season 7, Fear Street Part 1: 1994, Black Widow, Children of the Mind Master Z - Bit, Nocturne, Tiger House, White Orchid, Clarkson's Farm, Squid Game, The White Lotus, Six of Crows Music Provided By: Greg Gibbs / Most Guitars Are Made of Trees Bill Baird / Lunar Eyes Winston / Valse Catastrophe
Judy Nadel and Damien Clarkson are co-founders of The Pack, a UK company offering plant-based meals for dogs. While you might question the need for your pet to go vegan, Nadel and Clarkson are keen to show the scientific benefits. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast The British slave trade had several well-known opponents: William Wilberforce and John Newton (who wrote "Amazing Grace") to name a few. But historian Adam Hochschild ("King Leopold's Ghost", "To End All Wars") argues that history has largely forgotten the most valuable member of the abolition movement: Thomas Clarkson. Clarkson was in charge of gathering and disseminating information across the British Isles. He fought for years to end the slave trade and then slavery itself. This movement is important for many reasons. It was the first to use logos, a coordinated marketing campaign, and it established a high bar for investigative journalism. It was also an ecumenical movement. In this episode we explore slavery, the importance of slave rebellions, the power of ecumenical efforts, and the book "Bury the Chains". I mentioned the so-called Curse of Ham in the episode. Learn more about it here. Helpful discussion questions: Had you heard of Thomas Clarkson before this episode? Do you participate in any cross-denominational movements? Where do you draw the line? Has your church ever participated in anti-racism movements? Was there any wisdom in ending the slave trade first? Why do you think John Newton didn't give up the slave trade as soon as he became a Christian? Was it possible to be a Christian and own slaves? Do you think humanity will ever go back to slavery? Do modern payday loans keep people in bondage in the way that debt kept people in bondage in the 1700s? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
All we ever wanted was for you to listen to our All I Ever Wanted album breakdown! This week we explore Kelly Clarkson's 4th studio album: from "Masquerade" to Katy Perry covers, and much more! Our lives would suck without this album!