Today we discuss the resorts around Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World. We talk about the All Stars, Pop Century, Coronado, and the Animal Kingdom Lodge. We share likes, dislikes, resturants, pools and more. If you would like to stay at one of these resorts get a quote today at www.TouringPlans.com/travel Support the show www.patreon.com Please leave a review and subscribe for more
Bienvenidex a esta temporada de Las Comadres Del Río! En este programa hablamos sobre la segunda temporada de Mi vida heterodoxa, Ingrid Coronado hace fuertes revelaciones con Yordi Rosado, nuestra visita con Ponchote y para terminar Jorgito Carbajal sale en defensa de El Filip. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lascomadresdelrio/support
Una ola de famosos desfiló por la alfombra roja previo al partido de #RafaelNadal en CDMX, ahí le preguntamos a #IngridCoronado cómo va su proceso legal contra Anna Ferro, viuda de #FernandoDelSolar ¿estará dispuesta a llegar a un acuerdo?
On this episode of On The Record we do a deep-dive into the Undergraduate Research Program at Georgia Highlands College. To do so, we talked to biology professor Ericka Walczak and research program participant Hugo Coronado to discuss how the program works and how it can benefit future academic and career goals!
Hay situaciones y personas en la vida que funcionan como señales para saber por dónde y adónde ir. Sin embargo, ante la confianza depositada en nosotros, uno debe responder con mucho profesionalismo y mucha disciplina, factores muy importantes para lograr muchas cosas. Así le ha sucedido a Karen Ramírez, quien en este episodio #11 nos platica acerca de su etapa en el modelaje la cual le abrió muchísimas puertas, su llegada a televisión presentando el pronóstico del tiempo y su incursión en la radio y tv en la conducción de un espacio informativo. No todo es miel sobre hojuelas, hay altas, hay bajas, pero en distintas ocasiones, ella ha sido resiliente y ha superado situaciones complicadas, las cuales nos platica en este espacio. ¡Amiga, muchas gracias por abrir tu corazón y por contarnos acerca de tu trayectoria y algunas de tus experiencias de vida! Gracias a mi casa productora Base 3 Studio por todas las atenciones y facilidades para llevar a cabo esta grabación. Gracias al Director General David Martínez, al Productor General Armando Cavazos y a César Coronado en la edición.
Professor Mike Canada – Mike Canada is currently the Chair and Associate Professor of Unmanned Aerial Systems and Applied Sciences at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott Arizona. Mike and his wife Caroline have lived in Coronado for over twenty years. They have three children Jack (a CHS graduate 2020 and current student at Embry-Riddle), Kahlia (a 2022 CHS graduate) and Gabrielle (currently a Freshman at CHS). In his spare time Mike is a semi-professional drummer and percussionist playing in pit orchestras in San Diego and as a studio musician backing various musicians.e Program
The 3rd Annual Stoutsgiving, Stouts from Bottle Logic, Coronado, Goose Island, Mikkeller, Brewery X, High Water, Banger Stoutsgiving, Trivia, Weekly Recap and Picks, Thanksgiving Stories and What we are thankful for. Have a Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!!!!@Tapsandtailgates on Instagram
Dave Carey was born in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, in 1942. He entered the U.S. Naval Academy in June 1960, and was commissioned an Ensign in the U.S. Navy on June 4, 1964. Carey next attended flight training at NAS Pensacola, Florida, and was designated a Naval Aviator in 1966. After completing A-4 Skyhawk Replacement Air Group training he served as an A-4 pilot with VA-163 at NAS Lemoore, California, and deployed aboard the aircraft carrier USS Oriskany (CVA-34) from 1966 until he was forced to eject over North Vietnam and was taken as a Prisoner of War on August 31, 1967. After spending 2,022 days in captivity, LCDR Carey was released during Operation Homecoming on March 14, 1973. He then returned to flying status and served as Operations Officer, Maintenance Officer, and Safety Officer with VF-126 at NAS Miramar, California, from 1974 to 1979, followed by service as Commanding Officer of Fleet Composite Squadron 7 from 1979 to 1981. His next assignment was as Commanding Officer of VF-126 at NAS Miramar from July 1982 to 1984, and then as Commanding Officer of the Naval Amphibious School, Director of the Navy's Leadership and Management Effectiveness Program, and Lead Facilitator in the Leadership and Management Seminar for Prospective Commanding and Executive Officers at Coronado, California, from 1984 until his retirement from the Navy on January 1, 1986. Since his retirement from the Navy, Dave has been a professional speaker, consultant, and trainer. He is the author of the book "The Ways We Choose, Lessons for Life from a POW's Experience".
Watch the video (and see the makeup demos!): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1OU2QT4fQ4 Be transformed with Foxy: Robin's (Foxy) Website: https://www.foxycoronado.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foxycoronado/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoxyCoronado/ Connect with Jasmyne: https://underneathyourlingerie.com/ Get Your Goddess Handbook: https://underneathyourlingerie.us17.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=2d566ebd30b1634a0721b21e8&id=4e3ef8819d Get the online Book "Your Sparkle is Inside of You." : https://www.amazon.com/Your-Sparkle-Inside-You-Stories-ebook/dp/B07XQ3MV43/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1DOY73JOQVYDY&keywords=your+sparkle+is+inside+of+you&qid=1662785609&s=digital-text&sprefix=your+sparkle+is+inside+of+you%2Cdigital-text%2C191&sr=1-1
Judith Lemus-Coronado v. Merrick Garland
Oral argument argued before the Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on or about 11/17/2022
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The Holiday Season is almost here and it's time to start making your plans! Jen from @GatherSanDiego is here to walk you though some of the many amazing options you'll have all over the county between now and the new year! Intro Stuff 0:24 AJ's holiday "pep talk" 2:02 AJ and Sara's Thanksgiving meal plans 5:02 Turkey vs. Microwave Main Show Stuff 7:38 Coronado has more than just ice-skating 8:55 A next level Holiday movie experience 9:58 Festive cocktails and trivia in Banker's Hill 11:14 Family Fun in Point Loma 12:23 Grown up fun at a speak easy in Pacific Beach 13:51 a must see neighborhood in Rancho Peñasquitos 15:19 road trip to Julian 15:57 An experience for all 5 senses in Rancho Bernardo 18:08 Igloos in San Marcos?!
It's Katie and Dana with Team EvoAZ talking 'Neighborhood News' where we talk about popular neighborhoods across the valley... where are they, what is around them, which schools are close, what's special, what's upcoming, homes and home prices and more... Browse available homes for sale in the Coronado Historic District in Phoenix AZ here: https://myre.io/0jts2HNa6lq Search new build homes anywhere in the Phoenix, AZ Metro area: https://www.showingnew.com/evoaz To learn more about AZ real estate and to keep up on trends and market conditions, join us in our Homeowner Education Group on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/teamevoazhomeowners Here are the businesses we are featuring today: 1. Jaclyn Cook - Phoenix Sunless and spray tan studio in central Phoenix Instagram.com/Phx.sunless 2. Sandy Carrillo - Clean My Dirty Grill 2 https://cleanmydirtygrill2.com/ Follow us on You Tube for Neighborhood News, Housing Market Updates, Tips for Buyers and Sellers and More! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvQwjaqVCSSDOffb1lHhzcwADOObKrS1I Contact https:// EvoAZ.com to buy or sell a home in the Phoenix AZ area! Brought to you by Team EvoAZ at eXp Realty
Today I sit wth Alli Jo, of Alli Jo's Swim school, and more passionately, she founded and works with Project Connect (17:00.) They work with Monarch School, which is a school for homeless kids. They provide a Thanksgiving festival to provide a wonderful, normalized Thanksgiving dinner and events to a group that normally does not have what we take for granted. Great meal, then festival – dancing, carnival games, prizes, petting zoo and more. This event is 100% volunteer driven and everything is donated. One guy is organizing the cooking and delivery of 50 turkeys in a turkey caravan across the Coronado bridge! Honestly, if this episode and event does not touch and motivate you to try to be better every day – unsubscribe! (Just kidding, I am 100% bluffing – do not unsubscribe, just try to do better.)
More than 60% of San Diego voters said yes to Measure H. The approval allows the city to open parks and rec facilities to childcare businesses. Plus, the San Diego City Council is considering new regulations to protect renters. Council President Sean Elo-Rivera says part of what motivates him to help others is his own experience with eviction. Later, some takeaways from the the midterm election. And, California voters' approval of Proposition 28 guarantees as much as $1billion from the state budget every school year for arts education without raising taxes. Later, Mexican artist Hugo Crosthwaite is being honored this weekend in Washington DC. His portrait of Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, was unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery Thursday. And finally, the Coronado Island Film Festival kicked off its 7th year Wednesday with “Empire of Light” at the Village Theater. Film critic Leonard Maltin returns to host the festival's Industry Awards at the Hotel del Coronado's Crown Room.
This week we had the opportunity to speak with Jamie Lin Brown. She is an autism mama dedicated to supporting her community of fellow autism mamas with tools, resources, inspiration, and mentorship to become more intentional as women beyond their 24/7 caretaking roles. She has a Master's in nonprofit leadership and management, a BA in organizational leadership, and has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 20 years. She loves pulling from this collective experience, along with her MANY trials and errors in motherhood, to share with others, and is always learning more! She lives with her loving husband, quick-witted stepson, and adorable son, Phoenix, in Coronado, CA. She loves reading, binge-watching crime shows or Gilmore Girls, writing, hiking, and road trips with her family. Find more information about Jamie Lin Brown and her family on Instagram at Jamie Lin Brown (@jamielinbrown) • Instagram photos and videos and Facebook Jamie Lin Brown If you haven't seen our posts, we recently started a Newsletter and would love for our followers to check it out. Here is the Newsletter Link: https://forms.gle/ZCS1fntTNPhpHfNE6 You can find us at Table for Five, No Reservations | Facebook Table for Five Podcast (@tableforfivenoreservations) • Instagram photos and videos You can also find us on our personal pages, where we write about our parenting at: Jenn Dunn at Keeping up with Kya | Facebook Jenn (@keepingupwith_kya) • Instagram photos and videos Rachel Flanagan at FlanaVille | Rachel Flanagan (@flanavillethree) • Instagram photos and videos Jaime Ramos at Jaime Ramos Writes | Facebook (@jaimeramoswrites) • Instagram photos and videos Kim McIsaac at Autism adventures with Alyssa | Facebook Kim (@autismadventureswithalyssa) • Instagram photos and videos Tabitha Cabrera at Peaceofautism - Facebook Tabitha (@peaceofautism) • Instagram photos and videos --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tableforfive/support
Do you wish to live in Panama, but find the housing prices of Panama City, Boquete or Coronado too costly? Try David, a fairly large city, with a small town feel due to its low population density and lack of skyline. Joyce Barr retired to Panama and has lived in several Panamanian cities, but recently moved to David for its low rental costs. Learn more about Joyce's love of Panama's people and places on Episode 109 of Retire There with Gil & Gene. Learn about Joyce Barr's company, BLAST! Tours & Coaching, which assists retirees who wish to explore living as expats.Joyce has written several articles about living in Panama for Travel Awaits.
About Courtney: Contemporary artist Courtney Khail lives and works in Athens, Georgia. Originally from Augusta, Georgia, Courtney Khail studied visual arts at John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School for eight years before going on to receive her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Scientific Illustration from The University of Georgia's Lamar Dodd School of Art. A storyteller at heart, Khail utilizes flowers, color, gestural line work, and personal anecdotes to share her feelings on influence, religion, and womanhood. Her work has been featured in various publications and websites including The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Food Network, GoodGrit Magazine, and CommonCreativATL. In 2017 her first solo exhibition opened at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, and in 2018 the Georgia Council for the Arts commissioned Khail to create a custom painting for then First Lady of Georgia, Sandra Deal. Khail's work can be found in collections across the United States as well as exclusive collections for various companies and hotels including the Rosewood Baha Mar Resort, Whole Foods, and the Hotel del Coronado. Where to Find Courtney: Website: Courtney Khail Instagram: Courtney Khail
This week, Eric and Jeremy are back with Geoff Britton, an artist, farrier and Marine veteran from Nebraska. After enlisting in 2013, he shipped out in 2014, where he served as a small-craft mechanic. When his time in the military began to come to a close, he decided to get onto social media to promote his art. He started by painting empty liquor bottles he found around the barracks and it all went off from there. Now he works on his art and as a farrier to make a living. Listen in as he chats with our hosts about his decision to stay, and then leave, the military, his decision to get into the art world, van life and more. From an early age, Geoff knew he wanted to join the Marines. Once he made up his mind, that was the target he had his eyes on and it came to fruition in 2013, when he signed the dotted line. He served as a small-craft mechanic, working on outboard boat engines for most of his career. Though he was in the military and didn't have an exact plan for the future, he knew he always wanted to incorporate art and social media into his life. “So [art] was always something I kind of worked on on the side and just tried to grow and, you know, TikTok hadn't been around yet. So I was like, in the event, I do get out [of the military], maybe this could be something. Maybe, maybe not, I'm not sure. But it's fun.” Once he decided to leave the Marines, he wanted to get into the freelance or art world in some capacity. After moving to Coronado for his final spell in the military, he decided that he'd like to live his life on the move. He lived #vanlife for a while, posting videos about that since he was not really able to share about military life on his social media channels anymore. “I was like, let's just get a van. We do this all the time. When I ended up moving to Coronado, I was like, I can just do this full time, save my money. And I kind of started making videos about that, because I knew with the content I was creating, a lot of it was military based.” After his time in the van had ended, he went back to Nebraska for a spell, but ended up back in California attending farrier school. Though he didn't have any real equine experience, the career made sense to him and school was paid for by the GI Bill, so he went for it. “I found there's a, there's a farrier school where you can learn how to shoe horses, and it's covered by the GI Bill…And I was like, Well, you know, that sounds like a decent paycheck…that sounds pretty cool. I can do that.” Today, he's got his hands full with his freelance art and photography work and job as a farrier, but he's able to do it on the go. There's still a lot of work to be done, but now that he's out of the military and on his own, he's able to find his own rhythm.
Happy Halloweekend, boozers and shakers!! We can't believe we missed a Halloween/300th celebration crossover by one episode but we'll take it. Episode 299 is a spooky doozy in and of itself! On our favorite holiday Em lets Christine pick the paranormal topic in real time so she requests the haunted San Diego staple, Hotel del Coronado. Then Christine brings us a creepy cold case in the story of Jane Marie Prichard. And do you happen to know what Mothman's fanbase is called? We're going with the Mothbabes... and that's why we drink!We're getting sentimental about how few Here for the Boos shows we have left! Come see us for our last hurrah of this very special spooky show! andthatswhywedrink.com/live
John Duncan is running for City Council in Coronado. He is the only candidate endorsed for City Council by both the Coronado Police Officers Association and the Coronado Firefighters. John is Director of the Coronado Historical Association (CHA) Board of Directors and serves as Chair of the Heritage, Investment, and Building Committees.
This week the ox stops being fancy food for fancy people and becomes workaday food for city people and sailors alike. But it also became manly party food all at the same time.I explain why its ox, not cow - but will be cow again.Here's Bugs Bunny in the Bull Fighting Ring - nostalgia or new? Just watch it. It's all fun.https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7yzp40Not up on yourColonial History of New Spain? Here's a cheat sheet on Coronado - https://www.desertusa.com/desert-trails/coronado-expedition-cibola.htmlAnd one on Oñate (just wikipedia, but hey I have deadlines here) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_de_O%C3%B1ateAnd the Boat Stuck reference was to the Ever Forward getting stuck in the Chesapeake in March 2022 (for 5 weeks!). This of course was the sister ship to the notorious Ever Given (or the Evergreen Shipping Lines) that got stuck in the Suez Canal in March 2021. Leading me to be #Team "Beware the Tides of March". https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2022/03/ever-forward-chesapeake-bay-boat-shipping-supply-chain.htmlBut the Beefsteak makes it first appearance as do Beefeaters, Paddington Bear & the first appearance of Barbecue.Music Credit: Fingerlympics by Doctor TurtleShow Notes: https://thehistoryofamericanfood.blogspot.com/Email: TheHistoryofAmericanFood@gmail.com Twitter: @THoAFoodInstagram: @THoAFood
Modern life is full of stressful situations, exhaustion from long hours of work and less sleep, hypersensitivity, and anxiety disorders. By including yoga or meditation in your life, you will improve the value and, possibly, the quantity of your life. In today's episode, we are joined by a best-selling Author, Philanthropist, Podcaster, Entrepreneur, Coach, and Founder and CEO of SEALFIT, Mark Divine. He talks about his experiences with going on a false journey and finally finding his real calling. He shares what sparked the realization and made him pivot to a new path altogether. He also shares the many lessons he has learned in the Navy and how he passes them on to other people now. Mark is the founder and leader of several highly successful enterprises, including SEALFIT (Physical and mental training), Unbeatable Mind, LLC (Executive Mastery Development), NavySEALs.com, and USCrossFit. He also co-founded the Coronado Brewing Company in Coronado, CA. SEALFIT was developed from the Navy's SEAL candidate Mentoring program, which took the pass rate for Navy SEAL candidates from 33% to over 80% on the Physical Screening Test at Navy Boot Camp. This program was instrumental in helping the Navy grow the size and quality of the SEAL force. Mark's other professional experience includes 20 years as a Navy SEAL officer, retiring as a Commander in 2011. Also, 4 years as a CPA with the firm now known as PriceWaterhouseCoopers prior to his joining the Navy. As a reserve SEAL, he led several prominent projects, including the Navy's internal study on whether to support the invitation of USMC into the Special Operations Command. Mark served as Adjunct Professor of Leadership at the University of San Diego and has authored four books: "The Way of the SEAL," published by Reader's Digest Publishing, "8 Weeks to SEALFIT" and "Kokoro Yoga" by St. Martin's Press, "Unbeatable Mind" and the "SEALFIT Training Guide," both self-published. . Learn more about Mark and what he does at: Website: https://markdivine.com/ https://sealfit.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markdivine/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/RealMarkDivine IG: https://www.instagram.com/realmarkdivine YT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2UsDsqUL6PpKcdNKk-XO1g Show notes: [2:40] From accounting to martial arts [19:43] Realizing his false journey and how he got on the real one [28:50] Lessons of leadership in the navy [34:07] What made the difference between his team and others? [39:41] On having SEALFIT [44:34] The concept of box breathing and how to do it [59:23] Where to find Mark [1:02:23] Outro Links and Resources: Peak Performance Life Peak Performance on Facebook Peak Performance on Instagram
Ever wonder what it's like to work directly with the U.S. State Department and have the tenacity to fight for what you do best? Hear from Capt. Suzanna Brugler, a U.S. Navy Captain who after five tries got the promotion she desired. Her story is one of determination and one that shows it's never too late to quit on what you really want in life.Capt. Suzanna Brugler, a native of Defiance, Oh., graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1998. Brugler holds a master's degree in Defense and Strategic Studies with a focus on International Relations in African Studies from the U.S. Naval War College. She's a graduate of the Defense Information School (DINFOS), Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies (DISCS), Joint Special Operations University (JSOU), and Defense Security Cooperation University (DSCU).Capt. Brugler started her career as a Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) serving aboard USS Mobile Bay (CG 53) in Yokosuka, Japan. After qualifying SWO she lateral transferred to Public Affairs (PA), and in January 2002 deployed to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to facilitate media coverage of the first detainee flights from Afghanistan. A year later, Capt. Brugler was hand-selected to deploy to Bahrain as part of the Coalition Press Information Center (CPIC Bahrain) and served aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) to assist the first-ever DoD-wide media program for military air strike campaign “Shock and Awe,” marking the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom. She later served as the Media department head aboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76).Brugler taught the Public Affairs Qualification Course at DINFOS in Fort Meade, Md. before serving her last tour on active duty as director of the Navy Office of Information, East in New York City. While there, she served as chief of public affairs for the commissioning of USS New York (LPD 21), a ship built with 7.5 tons of steel recovered from the World Trade Center after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.In 2011, Brugler transferred to the Navy Reserves (NR) and served as the Africa Partnership Station PAO for U.S. SIXTH Fleet. Subsequent tours include serving as the congressional liaison coordinator at NATO Headquarters, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation in Norfolk, Va., executive officer of the NR Chief of Navy Information Headquarters unit at the Pentagon, and director of NR Naval Special Warfare PA with NSW Group 11 in Coronado, Calif. In May 2017, Capt. Brugler again lateral-transferred to the NR component of the Foreign Area Officer (FAO) community and served as the NR FAO Africa regional lead assigned to U.S. Africa Command in Stuttgart, Germany. In 2021 she mobilized for one year as the liaison officer for Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/U.S. FIFTH Fleet. She was called to serve as the Interagency Coordinator for Task Force 58, the contingency task force that was stood up to facilitate 7,079 Afghan refugees from Kabul to the U.S. during the noncombatant emergency operation ALLIES REFUGE. She finished her NAVCENT mobilization this past May serving as an inaugural member of the Commander's Initiatives Group (CIG), advising the CommandeVisit my website: https://thehello.llc/THERESACARPENTERRead my writings on my blog: ...
Knock knock. Mikael Håfström's 1408 awaits you because There's Something Inside the House, in this case, a hotel! Join us as we ride this rollercoaster of grief in this loosely based tale on the iconic San Diego Hotel del Coronado.Next movie: The Orphanage————————————————————— Want to keep the horror chats alive? Want to join a super awesome community that truly loves the genre and Knight Light? Want to have access to exclusive content? Sounds like you should join our Discord! ————————————————————— Gain access to our after-show, MidKnight Hour, by signing up on our Patreon. Not enough? How about we throw in Knight Light in your podcast feeds before Friday? I knew you would come around!Want to be a part of the growth of Knight Light? Support us at these links! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
En entrevista con Sheila Amador en ausencia de Luis Cárdenas para la Primera Emisión de MVS Noticias, Laura Coronado, académica de la Universidad Anáhuac, habló sobre Amazon y su alianza con las 'tienditas'.
En mesa de debate con Luis Cárdenas, Jesús Coronado, abogado y Ricardo Cacho, exfuncionario de la Procuraduría Fiscal de la Federación habló de la ciberseguridad, terrorismo y seguridad nacional tras el hackeo a la Sedena.
SHOCKTOBER CONTINUES, BABY! In this special episode, Sannah tells us all about the ghost of Kate Morgan and the haunted Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, California. Then Amanda wraps us up with the legend of Sleepy Hollow and the Headless Horseman. Do you have a personal #SHOOKstory you would like us to share on a future episode? Submit your spooky story here: https://www.shookpodcast.com/shareyourstory.html Alternatively, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Let's be friends! All our main links: https://linktr.ee/shookpodcast Exclusive content: https://www.patreon.com/shookpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shookpodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG5XKSY_rzrBDOeMhz7guhA TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shookpodcast Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Shookpodcast/ Every Season is Spooky Season… https://www.facebook.com/groups/1115739589042652 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shookparanormalpod This episode was made possible by Riverside Sources: A Haunted History of Invisible Women: True Stories of America's Ghosts by Leanna Renee Hieber and Andrea Janes Wikipedia The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving IMDb The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1999 TV film) Sleepy Hollow (1999 film by Tim Burton)
Our Padres are looking great after beating the Mets in the Wild Card playoffs over the weekend, but now it's time to take on the Dodger. We've got some work to do so we thought it was time to call in a higher power to help us out. Father Mike from Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Coronado helped us out with just that this morning with a special Padres Prayer!
Tenemos dos sorpresas en este episodio. Tuvimos dos patrones de equipos del norte de California, Juan Coronado de Orgullo Zacatecano y Rafa Sanchez de Cazadores de Modesto. Coronado nos platica su trayectoria y como dejo los coleaderos por la charreria y nos platicas detalles sobre los avances de techar el ruedo de su lienzo charro en Tracy, CA. Rafa Sanchez nos platica su larga trayectoria y como el tambien deja el mundo coleador por el estilo de vida charril. Tambien nos platica la importancia de organizadores y de la hermandad charra. Juan Coronado - Instagram: @orgullozacatecano_ Rafa Sanchez - Instagram: @josesmxrestaurant_ | @cazadoresdemodesto Charro Talk - Instagram: @charrotalk --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/charro-talk/support
*This Very Special Interview is Dedicated in Loving Memory & Inspiration Forever - Dawson Our VERY Special Guest Today is AvaLynn Thuresson, Artist - Singer - Songwriter and on NBC's The Voice SN22 - Team Camilla Cabello Her older cousin, Dawson and her had a very tight bond. They were not only bonded by blood, they were best friends. And not only were they friends, they were bonded by the gift of music. You see, it was Dawson who taught her how to play the guitar and ignited her love for music. One day, when her piano bench broke, she called her family's handyman and discovered that the handyman also played piano Rich Gomez. The Pianoman/handyman and her began playing together and soon started booking gigs at local bars. She got so good at the piano and guitar that she was twice selected to attend the prestigious Grammy Camp, designed to help students prepare for a life in the music industry. She was one of just eight students from across the country selected for the vocal track. Ava Lynn Thuresson, 18, of Santa Barbara, CA and she just performed “Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears for a two chair turn on NBC's The Voice! “I'm a little bit country, a little bit soul.” Ava Lynn is from Coronado, CA and graduated high school earlier this year after being a member of the show choir, the National Honor Society and the Feminist Girls Leading Movement club. Her talents don't She's also a singer-songwriter, dancer and model Tragically, her inspiration, life teacher and original Coach, Dawson passed away in 2017. AvaLynn pursues music for Dawson and lives by this motto #LoveLikeDawson On Instgram: @avalynnthuresson On Facebook: @ava.thuresson On twitter: @AvaThuresson Special Thanks to: Ava Lynn's Entourage Evangeline Rose Thuresson Heather Dawson Thuresson #lovelikedawson @lovelikedawson
Our guest for this episode is former Navy SEAL Jamie Monroe, who still lives near Coronado and has remained involved in the SEAL community including mentoring aspiring candidates. Jamie was a SEAL from the mid 90s through the early 2000s, serving on SEAL Team 1 and eventually transitioning into the Reserve. After his military time he got an MBA from Pepperdine and started pursuing entrepreneurial projects which have included everything from running a hair salon to managing sporting events. Incredibly, he also recently won an Emmy for his work with NBC Sunday Night Football. We wanted to talk to him about the recent news that a BUD/S candidate died shortly following Hell Week. You can find plenty of coverage about this on several news outlets, but when we refer to "the article" we're talking about the New York Times piece in particular, although some of the other pieces published recently are even more guilty of omitting relevant details. We dive into the specifics in this conversation, but suffice it to say that steroids were involved (among other drugs). NYT Article: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/30/us/navy-seal-training-death.html
We sat down with 16-year-old San Diego local Nick Mahabir, who had a big breakout this summer by punching a 1:00.37 in the 100m breast at US Nationals. We discuss Nick choosing to represent Singapore internationally, being surprise neighbors with Michael Andrew in Coronado, and playing water polo and swimming casually up until age 15.
Fentanyl poisoning, drug overdose, and mental health are growing problems in the United States with each year more and more youth being victims of these social issues. In this podcast, we talk to the founders of the Michael Leonardi foundation and the parents of Michael Leonardi who lost his life to fentanyl poisoning in 2020. Please help support their cause and help raise awareness of this matter. BIO: Mona Leonardi is the co-founder of the Michael Leonardi Foundation, a bay area non-profit organization dedicated to raising illicit fentanyl awareness in communities across the north bay area. After losing her son, Michael on February 24, 2020, at the age of 20 to fentanyl poisoning, she started the foundation, along with Michael's father and sister, to be Michael's voice and the voice of those lost to fentanyl poisoning. Fentanyl, a potent synthetic opioid that is 50 times more potent than heroin, is taking the lives of young Americans at an alarming rate at the hands of drug trafficking organizations and dealers. The number one cause of death in the U.S. for ages 18-45 is fentanyl. Mark graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology and is originally from Long Island NY. He started a career in the hospitality industry working for iconic hotel companies such as the Four Seasons, the historic Shoreham Hotel in Washington DC, the world-famous Hotel del Coronado, and the Claremont Resort and Spa before starting his own company planning large-scale corporate events nationwide. Currently, Mark is the general manager of a tour company with offices in Napa and Sonoma Valleys while he is not working on the Michael Leonardi Foundation. His daughter Julia is a student at UCSB, and he also has a three-year-old son, Samual, who keeps him busy but very happy. He also thinks about and misses his son Michael daily. Mark's goals are to help spread the word about the dangers of fentanyl poisoning and help keep our children safe. TIMESTAMPS 1:39 What are Ketogeek and Energy Pods? 11:43 Dangers of bad processed information 14:13 Guest bios 17:06 The back story and problem with fentanyl poisoning in the United States 21:27 What really stood out for you when you looked into the case of fentanyl poisoning? 22:48 Is fentanyl poisoning a new trend or something that's been going on for a while? 30:39 How are drug cartels marketing these drugs to dealers and the public? 35:22 History of fentanyl and why do we even have fentanyl in our drug supply? 37:37 How much fentanyl is used in medicine and how toxic is it? 39:30 What does fentanyl overdose in a person look like? 44:03 Is there a disconnect between colleges and the influx of opioid poisoning? 47:23 What are fentanyl test strips? 50:35 Is the DARE program or any drug awareness programs currently active in schools? 52:26 Why is fentanyl starting to dominate the drug market? 54:59 What kind of apps and social media tools are drug dealers using to target kids? 59:31 What can be done about fentanyl poisoning awareness? 1:04:20 How do you talk to youth about fentanyl poisoning and drugs? 1:07:56 How do you talk about your kids about fentanyl poisoning and drugs? 1:11:55 Who can you talk to if you have problems with drugs? 1:14:44 Do you have an important message for the public? 1:16:32 Final plugs PLUGS Michael Leonardi Foundation: Michael Leonardi Foundation | Fentanyl Poisoning Awareness Facebook: Michael Leonardi Foundation | Facebook Instagram: Michael Leonardi Foundation (@michaelleonardifoundation) • Instagram photos and videos ALDEA: Welcome - Aldea Children & Family Services (aldeainc.org) Ketogeek Website & Shop: KetoGeek | Official Site
Steven Rinella talks with Deni Seymour, Janis Putelis, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider. Topics discussed: On the trail of the Coronado Expedition; sharpening flint knives with your teeth; the Seven Golden Cities of Cibola; brutality and removing body parts; pouring liquid gold down a guy's throat; finding sites and reconstructing the trail; rock art depicting figures with pointy shoes; genetic info and latrines; the power of metal detectors; more on why you shouldn't remove artifacts from the ground; finding the canon, the oldest gun discovered in the continental US; relative dating of rock art; embarking on adventure; how the site keeps on giving; bronze hats; how to support Deni's upcoming documentary film on the Coronado expedition; Steve Rinella, the antiquities looter; where to read Deni's publications, check out her webpage, and watch her fascinating educational videos; how to get a site named after you; and more. Connect with Steve and MeatEater Steve on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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As we reflect on Turning Point USA's Student Action Summit with this episode recorded live from the Rumble Booth in Tampa, Florida. Charlie is joined by TPUSA Contributor and host of Human Events Daily Jack Posobiec for a conversation on how much Turning Point events have grown over the past ten years, and where they are headed. Jack also uncovers a bombshell story on the 15 billion dollar anti-depression industry, and how it is plaguing Americans today. Next, Charlie welcomes his personal pastor and show favorite Rob McCoy on the program to discuss the upcoming TPUSA Faith's Pastor Summit in Coronado, California coming up August 10-12. He tells listeners what they can expect at the summit, who can attend, who is speaking, and more. If you're a pastor, register today at TPUSA.com/PASTORS.Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.