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The Art of Home
Homemaking Deep Dive | Words in the Home, Part 1

The Art of Home

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 56:59


Join me for this discussion with my friend, Karen Sheppard, about the power and importance of words in the home. We begin by laying some ground work about why words are important in the home then we explore what we are calling the cycle of words; that is words we take in, words we hold onto and words we pour out.  RESOURCESWords to Live By, Free Scripture GuideHistorical Homemaker Hints:Sangster, Margaret E., The Art of Home-Making in City and Country, In Mansion and Cottage. New York: The Christian heritage Bible House, 1898.Leave Us A ReviewLove The Podcast (works on any device)Stay In Touch with The Art of Home Podcast Leave Us a VoicemailInstagram | Facebook |Pinterest |  Website | Email  Follow The Art of Home on Your Listening AppFollow The Podcast (works on any device)Subscribe to Our Newslettertheartofhomepodcast.com/subscribeSupport The Art of HomeBuy Me a Coffee ☕️Purchase homemaking resources through our website and our resource links. Support the show

The Doughnut Box Podcast
Boot Corral (Part 3), Star Wars Trivia, and Cottage Cheese

The Doughnut Box Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 42:36


On this week's new episode, Micah and Chris continue Part 3 of their interesting co-workers at the Boot Corral. A case of mistaken identity and cottage cheese gets a lady arrested?? Does Chris know enough Star Wars trivia, or will it be his turn to eat pig's feet?!?! Its more than just fun and games on this hot episode of the Doughnut Box Podcast!

Cottage Talk: Fulham Podcast
Cottage Talk Special Episode: The Daily Poll Results Show

Cottage Talk: Fulham Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 67:06


This episode is a look back at the results of polls that were done on the Cottage Talk Twitter page for the past week. The polls are a wide variety of topics in regards to Fulham.You can also listen to the show at Friends Of Fulham.https://www.friendsoffulham.com/forum/index.php?topic=86713.msg1346041#msg1346041

Planning Your Financial Future
IG Private Wealth Management Don Fox-June 25, 2022

Planning Your Financial Future

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 42:32


1/ Housing correction 2/ Cottage ownership****************Edit needed on intro of segment 3/ Net worth averages 4/ We're #3! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Snack Show with Jami Fallon
Live Long and Snack On! (Healthy Snacks)

The Snack Show with Jami Fallon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 33:33


Welcome to The Snack Show with Jami Fallon! Live long and prosper with your favorite healthy snacks, friends! On today's show, we bring you lots of ideas on how to eat healthy and snack hard. We are looking at all the whole foods, unprocessed, less artificial sugars, and natural ingredients for our snackers + you all even give us some great ideas that we share live on the show! Listen carefully, you might hear your name. ◡̈ Thank you for all your suggestions! Also, if you don't have an airfryer, I think today you might just be convinced to buy one. Would you do us a quick favor? If you like this show, would you mind sharing it with one friend today? Send them a text with a link to the show, email your bestie your favorite episode, or blast your love for The Snack Show all over the interwebs and tag us. We would love to see this show grow & more people find joy in snack talk -- we just need your help! Honorable Mentions: Apples Bananas + almond butter/peanut butter Cottage cheese with fruit Hummus with veggies (or a hard-boiled eggs) Brown batter hummus Pretzels + hummus (+ the Holy Spirit) Apples + Greek Yogurt + honey (add some granola, flax seed, or chia seeds) Pistachios Daily Harvest Seaweed salad or chips Kale chips or salad Roasted chick peas (with garlic salt, cumin, and or chili lime seasoning) Edamame Lettuce wraps (bibb, butter, or Boston lettuce!) Dark chocolate Strawberries S'mores Avocados Kombucha (Synergy, Walker Brothers) Watermelon + tajin Cotton Candy grapes Acai bowls Snack of the Week: Jami: Fried Avocado Taco Fallon: Vitamins (iron, fish oil, calcium, multi-vitamin, vitamin D, collagen) ... Follow us on Instagram & join the conversation! @thesnackshowpod Intro music + jingle by Jordy Searcy ... Anchor: It's everything you need to make a podcast all in one place. Download the free Anchor app or go to Anchor.fm to get started. ... #health #healthysnacks #thesnackshowpod #livelongandprosper #snacks #snackattack #thesnackdown #snacktime #snacking #snackideas # snackfaves #snackdebate #junkfood #food #snacksonsnacks #foodpics #foodstagram #foodlove #mofome #eatmoresnacks #teamjami #teamfallon

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/23/22: Summer Encore 4: Facial Recognition Technology & Maine

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 8:59


Producer/Host: Jim Campbell There are lots of reasons to live in Maine – fresh air, beautiful surroundings, nice folks, and the best law in the country regarding limitations on government use of facial recognition technology. That last one might be a surprise, but it’s true. Here’s why. About the host: Jim Campbell has a longstanding interest in the intersection of digital technology, law, and public policy and how they affect our daily lives in our increasingly digital world. He has banged around non-commercial radio for decades and, in the little known facts department (that should probably stay that way), he was one of the readers voicing Richard Nixon's words when NPR broadcast the entire transcript of the Watergate tapes. Like several other current WERU volunteers, he was at the station's sign-on party on May 1, 1988 and has been a volunteer ever since doing an early stint as a Morning Maine host, and later producing WERU program series including Northern Lights, Conversations on Science and Society, Sound Portrait of the Artist, Selections from the Camden Conference, others that will probably come to him after this is is posted, and, of course, Notes from the Electronic Cottage. The post Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/23/22: Summer Encore 4: Facial Recognition Technology & Maine first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Nebraskanomics
Eli Vedral of Kookaburra Cookies on Nebraska Cottage Food Opportunities

Nebraskanomics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 12:05


Eli Vedral, a student-athlete at Creighton University, joins Jim to discuss how a change in Nebraska legislation enabled him to start a home-based baking business, Kookaburra Cookies.

First Responders Wealth Network
How a Fire Platoon Chief Generates Massive Cashflow Through Years of Experience in Real estate, and Cottage Rentals with Dean Curtis

First Responders Wealth Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 29:24


Today, we are joined by Dean Curtis, an Acting Platoon Chief at the Guelph Fire Department for 27 years. He is a Real Estate investor with over 20 years of investing experience specializing in short-term vacation rentals. He has grown his personal investment portfolio and inventory of managed cottage vacation rental properties to 11 properties through his management company Serenity Vacation Rentals. Dean has been featured on AM 570 news “Your Money Matters”, on the “Vacation Rental Success” podcast, and in Canadian Real Estate Wealth magazine.  In this episode, he will talk about how he got a big cash flow and the cons and pros of Short Term Rentals. Let's learn from his experience! What are you waiting for? Hit that play button now! Highlights: [03:25] How did The (G.R.E.A.T.) Meetup Group started? [06:09] Growth Mindest: The Real Estate Investor Mindset [09:58] Dean's experience in the short-term rental world [16:01] Pros and Cons of Short Term Rentals [17:41] How to Choose a Short-Term Rental Property Management Company? [25:10] How does short-term rental work in Ontario? Links: LinkedIn: Dean Curtis Facebook: Dean Curtis Real Estate Guelph Real Estate Acquisitions Team (G.R.E.A.T.) Instagram: deancurtisrealestate Meetup: Guelph Real Estate Acquisitions Team (G.R.E.A.T.)

La Crème Anglaise Podcast
Le Cottage Cheese avec Zoé

La Crème Anglaise Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 26:36


Quand Bridget Jones rencontre Ken Loach, c'est sûr que la cuisine britannique risque de prendre un coup!  Zoe, passionnée du cinéma et des séries britanniques me raconte sa vision de la gastronomie d'outre-manche à travers le caméra de ses réalisateurs préférés. La spécialité que Zoé a choisie n'a peut-être pas une apparence très appétissante au premier regard mais le Cottage Cheese mérite d'être sur un podium dans les frigos de tout le monde pour son goût, son adaptabilité et ses qualités diététiques.  Dans ce trentième épisode, découvrez  comment ce fromage a traversé le temps et malgré ce qu'on peut penser, même si c'est bien une spécialité britannique, son nom a des origines bien plus loin.

Cultivating Place
BLACK FLORA, with Teri Speight in Honor of JUNETEENTH

Cultivating Place

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 52:35


Teresa J Speight is a Washington DC-based gardener, garden historian, and podcaster under the name of Cottage in the Court. Teri's new book out from Bloom! Imprint is BLACK FLORA – a gorgeous look into transformative humans of color and creativity at work with flowers. Enjoy! Cultivating Place now has a donate button! We thank you so much for listening over the years and we hope you'll support Cultivating Place. We can't thank you enough for making it possible for this young program to grow even more of these types of conversations. The show is available as a podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Podcast, and Stitcher. To read more and for many more photos, please visit www.cultivatingplace.com.

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/16/22: Summer Encore 3 – Surveillance Advertising

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 9:40


Producer/Host: Jim Campbell Here are the links mentioned in today’s program: Factsheet: Surveillance Advertising: What is it? Consumer Federation of America, August 26, 2021 Which? Your Consumer Champion About the host: Jim Campbell has a longstanding interest in the intersection of digital technology, law, and public policy and how they affect our daily lives in our increasingly digital world. He has banged around non-commercial radio for decades and, in the little known facts department (that should probably stay that way), he was one of the readers voicing Richard Nixon's words when NPR broadcast the entire transcript of the Watergate tapes. Like several other current WERU volunteers, he was at the station's sign-on party on May 1, 1988 and has been a volunteer ever since doing an early stint as a Morning Maine host, and later producing WERU program series including Northern Lights, Conversations on Science and Society, Sound Portrait of the Artist, Selections from the Camden Conference, others that will probably come to him after this is is posted, and, of course, Notes from the Electronic Cottage. The post Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/16/22: Summer Encore 3 – Surveillance Advertising first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

The Broadcast from CBC Radio
The FFAW says processors are still buying snow crab despite market concerns; experimenting with seal meat at Mallard Cottage

The Broadcast from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 19:37


The FFAW says processors are continuing to buy snow crab despite concerns over markets; chef Todd Perrin and staff are experimenting with seal meat and liking the results.

Auslese - Der Buchtipp
#100 "Liebe funkelt apfelgrün" von Pauline Mai

Auslese - Der Buchtipp

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 1:54


Liebe braucht keine Ferien? Dem kann Mila nur widersprechen. Wochenlang war sie in Theo verliebt, und er hat ihre Hoffnungen geschürt. Nun stellt sich heraus, dass er eine Verlobte hat! Für Mila bricht eine Welt zusammen. Bleibt nur die Flucht – das House-Sitting-Angebot in Schottland aus dem Internet kommt da genau richtig. Kurz entschlossen reist sie in das verschlafene Örtchen Applemore. Doch der Dorfgemeinschaft ist der Neuzugang nicht geheuer. Erst Milas Backkünste und die Idee, ihre Brote zu tauschen – gegen Musikstunden, knackige Äpfel oder Freibier im Pub – öffnen die Herzen der Bewohner. Und als plötzlich der gut aussehende Finley auftaucht, macht auch Milas Herz einen unerwarteten Hüpfer. Über die Autorin: Pauline Mai, 1987 geboren, wuchs am Tegeler See in Berlin auf. Sie studierte Literaturwissenschaft und lernte auf Reisen durch Südfrankreich und Italien die herzliche Lebensart der Menschen, die malerischen Landschaften sowie das köstliche mediterrane Essen lieben. Heute lebt die Autorin zwar wieder in Berlin, das Fernweh ist ihr aber immer noch geblieben – wie auch der Wunsch, die besondere Atmosphäre dieser Sehnsuchtsorte mit ihren Lesern zu teilen.

Animal Professionals
Episode 124: Wendy Derhak - The Pet Cottage

Animal Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 27:23


Find peace of mind knowing your beloved pet will continue to be cherished and cared for even when you're gone. The Pet Cottage is dedicated to giving pets a loving home, forever.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

  Ruben has a popular podcast about raising money for multifamily syndication called the Capital Raiser Show where he learns from the best multifamily syndicators in the country. In 2019, Ruben partnered with a local syndicator on the acquisition of 190 Units, and has since become a fund manager who is building a 98 unit housing subdivision in Louisiana, a 154 unit housing subdivision in Alabama and partnering with multiple select syndicators bringing equity, advisory and investor management. He primarily uses Regulation D. Exemption 506(c) in his deals including ones discussed here. He has partnered in $5M of capital raising partnerships. He got his start by bringing joint venture capital to successfully raise $625K for small Multifamily deals during the post-crash buying frenzy in Phoenix. Stay tuned and listen to how Ruben Greth shares his experiences and insights on how to raise your capital.   [00:01 - 03:36 Opening Segment   Ruben Greth started selling Mortgages and learning about Truth and Lending. He learned how to raise capital without actually asking for money Moving in Join Venture Capital raising during the real estate crash And eventually moving into Heavy Lift Multifamily Syndication Started “The Capital Raiser Show” Launching his fund structure. Ruben recommends using a fund structure rather than a Co GP structure to avoid legal compliance issues.   [03:37 - 15:32] How to Fund Your Security: Fund Structure, Interest Rates, and Returns Raising funds and deploying a check as a limited partner into somebody else's deal. As a limited partner, you don't participate in the decisions. But you have to do investor relations, Underwrite deals, Market the security, and operate the fund. Finding a way to get a side letter agreement with your deal sponsor if you want to participate in acquisition fees or advanced economics is essential. Vertical multifamily is detached multifamily units or, better said, houses like a full-blown house with the backyard [08:06 - 12:35] Smaller Neighborhood Development Takes More Time to Get Approved in Big Cities In larger markets can take longer to get approvals for multifamily projects than in smaller markets. In smaller markets, building a subdivision of two or 300 houses can be faster than in a bigger city. The biggest headache for financing a multifamily project is dealing with the moving parts of the construction process, such as lumber costs and interest rates. [12:36 - 16:13] How Vertical Multifamily Development Can Improve Stability and Rent Potential Ruben shares that their development goal is to sell the entire subdivision off to one particular buyer. Vertical apartment complexes typically require building the entire complex and then renting it out, while horizontal multifamily developments can be built in stages and leased out as they are completed. The density per acre difference between horizontal and vertical multifamily development is a critical factor in deciding which approach to take. In Phoenix, built around developers are building 2000 square-foot houses, while in Louisiana, a 1200 square-foot cottage is being developed. [16:14 - 23:44] Selling off your building The similarities between two-bedroom, three-bedroom, and four-bedroom townhome-style homes. The advantages of selling off a building instead of individual homes. There is nuance to the underwriting process, and the investor experience can be different depending on when they are paid. The goal is to calculate when the project will be profitable and then start distributing money to investors.   [23:44 - 24:14] Closing Segment   Reach out to Ruben See links below Final words   Tweetable Quotes “It's more about the operator and how we feel about them versus the deal. So, it's not about the market, it's not about the deal. It's about our relationship with existing operators” – Ruben Greth   “When you're building a vertical apartment complex, you typically have to build the entire thing and then start renting in order to make it. So that it's not Vacant anymore. You have to give away concessions and that's a problem. You have to wait a couple of years in order for it to stabilize. The thing that's different about horizontal is if you're building 10 or 20 at a time, you're leasing them up as they're being built. So, if you've built 50, you know, by the time you get to 60, 40 of them are already rented out.” – Ruben Greth     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Ruben Greth on LinkedIn. Visit their website. Capital Raiser Show   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.    Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com       Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Ruben Greth: one thing that I would say is like, when you're building vertical apartment complex is you typically have to build the entire thing and then start renting and in order to make it so that it's not . Vacant anymore. You have to give away concessions and that's a problem. You have to wait a couple of years in order it to stabilize   [00:00:18] Sam Wilson: Ruben Greth is a fund manager podcast host and build a rent subdivision developer Ruben. Welcome to the show. Thanks   [00:00:38] Ruben Greth: man. I'm so stoked to be here, Sam, man, I really appreciate you. Hey   [00:00:42] Sam Wilson: pleasure.Is mine man. Three questions. I ask every guest that comes to the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?   [00:00:49] Ruben Greth: So I started in mortgage. I guess selling mortgages. And then from there learned a little bit about this thing called truth and lending. And really what I learned from that is how to capital raise without asking for money and also how to not promise any guaranteed money. So I moved into joint venture capital racing back during the real estate crash, eventually moved into. Syndication heavy lift multifamily syndication with the local mom and pop operator here then started my show. The capital raisers show learned about these capital raisers, their strategies. And I met all these sponsors and then the lawyers told me if you want to make money, putting these guys together, you need to start your own fund. So I left to go launch my own fund. When Andy McMillan, my partner at legacy acquisitions approached me and said, Hey Let's get into the build to rent space and then raise capital for these ultra other multi-family sponsors using fund structure so that we can legally stay compliant. And now, I'm a partner in his company and legacy acquisitions, and that's essentially what we do. We build out subdivisions and then sometimes we raise capital for select sponsors in the space and the multi-family value ad space.   [00:01:58] Sam Wilson: It's a lot of moving parts. So yeah, just to make sure I understand that where you guys are now you're developing subdivisions. And then also when the opportunity and deal makes a heck of a lot of sense, you'll take your fund and you'll say, okay, we're gonna deploy capital into your opportunity as well.   [00:02:11] Ruben Greth: tip typically it's more about the operator and how we feel about them versus the deal. Sure. So it's not about the market, it's not about the deal. It's about our relationship with existing operators and yeah, so we have two divisions of our business. One where we raise capital for other sponsors in fund structures or Co-GP structures. And then the other part is we build out subdivisions and raise capital for our own deals that way.   [00:02:36] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Let's talk about that. What we'll kind of tackle both of those and succession there fund versus co GP. How do you guys select which way you're taking it down? What are the differences and why?   [00:02:49] Ruben Greth: So a Co-GP P structure requires some kind of an ongoing duty in order for you to stay legally compliant. Typically that's either asset management or marketing or investor relations, underwriting of the deal and market analysis and stuff like that. So we have to have a board of advisory kind of position where we're constantly participating in the decision-making and the operations of a deal versus a fund. It's quite the opposite, right? So if fund you're your own security, you raise money in the fund, you deploy a check as a limited partner into somebody else's deal. And you're essentially not obligated to do anything, maybe participate in board of advisory, but you're managing your own security, right? So you've got to do investor relations.You've got to underwrite deals, you've got to do marketing, and then you got to do the operations of your own. But as far as operations of the deal go, it's completely hands-off because technically as the limited partner, you don't participate in the decisions. Right. So, but then the question becomes, well, how do you pay for your fund?When does it make sense? Well, there has to be, different tiers of money, or I should say interest and returns that you get as a fund. That's gotta be a. And beyond what a 50,000 retail investor makes. Right? So sometimes the fund makes money because it gets advanced economics like a better return structure, something.The money, I should say the fund gets paid because they participate in acquisition fees or other kinds of structures like that. And every time it's different, right? So every sponsor, even some sponsors will allow you to do both. You can either coach GP or you can do a fund. It just depends.You always wanted to make your investors the greatest amount of money, and you're always probing with your sponsors. Hey, what is that form? And in some cases, the coaching piece structured in some cases,   [00:04:42] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Yeah. And that's been one of the, one of the challenges that the fund structure has had is that, it does or could potentially dilute investor returns.So like you said, finding a way to get a side letter agreement with your with your general or with your deal sponsor. If you do want to participate in acquisition fees, or if it is like you said, a what'd you call it advanced economics, that's a nice way of. So, so I really love, like you said it's truly, it's an iterative process.It sounds like for you guys in that each person you work with, it might be a slightly different arrangement, but yet it's something that a. Just figure it out on the   [00:05:18] Ruben Greth: fly, even with the same sponsor from deal to deal, the agreement can change. But yeah, like you mentioned, the side letter agreement, which is extremely important when somebody comes and approaches us and says, we'd love to have you participate in our capital raise and you have a few weeks left to raise for XYZ deal At that point, it's too late because there's no side letter agreement in place typically. And we, it takes us time to build our own entity, create that structure, deal with our lawyer, probe our investors, to make sure that they liked the market and the sponsor. So at that point you're it's way beyond, too late. Right. Right. So you have to have the relationship in place with the side letter, understanding what you're going to get before the deal is even coming down the pipeline, honestly. So you need a great deal of time to raise in a fund, make sure that your investors have an appetite for whatever's that your investing.   [00:06:10] Sam Wilson: Right. No, that's a, that's great. Let's talk about the build to rent side of things. You I'm sure you're busy, but before we get into that, define the difference between, say vertical Mo multifamily and horizontal multi-phase.   [00:06:23] Ruben Greth: Okay. So vertical multifamily typically is like a garden style, four story building or something.That's built units on top of units on top of units with no backyard, no personal driveway, no, space of your own, right. You're sharing that space with other people that are above and below you in a lot of cases. Whereas bill to rent, at least the way that we approach it and look at it is it's horizontal.Multi-family meaning it's detached. Multi-family units. Or better even said his houses like a full-blown house with a backyard and a doggy door and a driveway and some cases technology. And we build these things out all in one subdivision so that all of your units at one place, so you can operate at the same way that a multifamily is operated, where a property manager can be onsite in some cases, or at least, have the general vicinity all in one place.And people love that because they want to buy a house. I should say institutions and really big buyers. They want to have like a hundred or a thousand or 8,000 houses, but they can't have them spread out in different counties. You can't property manage it effectively that way. So there's a big appetite from institutions and reeds and all these other huge buyers that are looking for, these mom and pop operators that are building about a hundred to 300 units at a time.And then here's the other thing too. It's like, you can do. In certain markets and it's going to be a lot easier and faster, like a sub market Or a secondary market better said in Louisiana, which is where we're building and an Alabama, you, the cities want to help you get across the finish line quickly because they need affordable housing and they're in growth stage.Whereas if you go to a city like Phoenix, Dallas, Atlanta, there's all this red tape. It may take two or three years before you can even entitle the land. Right? So our investors were wanting their money pretty. Quickly. So the, in these bigger markets, unless you're very well integrated into that market and have a track record and have figured out ways to move quicker, because you have a ton of private equity or private money from these big institutional players, you probably going to go through the process a lot slower.So in those cases, maybe bill Trent looks like, Hey, I'm going to buy a two acre piece of land and build five. Townhome buildings, right? Four units each or something like that. It's a lot faster to get through the red tape in a big city doing something like that. Whereas, if you're trying to build a subdivision of two or 300 houses in Phoenix, man, you better be able to wait because it takes a long time to get across the finish line.   [00:09:02] Sam Wilson: Yeah, no, that, that makes a lot of sense. You mentioned Louisiana and Alabama. I mean, what are the size of neighborhoods you're buying or building, I should say, and talk to us about the financing as it pertains to that. I mean, it's like a, it's like a construction loan, but it just keeps going on. I would imagine it's gotta be a really interesting kind of way that the financing.   [00:09:24] Ruben Greth: It's the biggest headache of the financing part, when you compare it to multi-family value, add syndication, right? Because there's moving parts, there are supply chain issues that are changing lumber costs and your lenders constantly looking at like, what's the cost for the next 10 units that you're going to build.And if it changes from 10 units to 10 units, well guess what? All of a sudden, the reserves change, the interest rates change. So it's a little bit trickier and it's. It's kind of more of a moving animal versus, you know, it'd be great. If some banks of community or regional bank was just like, Here's, like a huge check that, you can take out and draws, but it's a guaranteed interest rate for the duration of your construction. That would be like the ideal scenario. Some places will do that. And some places won't and then it based it's based on. Your market, your track record and your relationships, right? So like where are you building? Are you building right on the coast where hurricanes are landing and, we have to worry about insurance issues and tornadoes and hurricanes and cyclones and all that stuff or are you building in a place where it's a little bit safer where there's not going to be any fluff? Those things kind of taken to account are taken into account. So you asked about the size of these developments. The first one that we're doing is a little bit over 11 acres, maybe just shy of 12, we're building 98, what they refer to as cottages, but they're like little mini tank houses, all cookie cutter with the exact same floor plan that are built with cement board. So, they're designed for hurricanes, right? So the only thing that you're going to deal with. It's possibly a few shingles being blown by, heavy with. They're elevated. So you're not worried you're not in a flood zone, but you still have to do in this particular market, these things called retention pond. So if there's a hundred year storm, like the water has somewhere to drain within that subdivision. Right. But other than that, maybe like the worst thing that could happen is. A fence gets blown down. Nothing too crazy. But the big deal for the RA for the residents is like, if there's a big storm that comes through, how long is it going to take before my power comes on our, as the food in my refrigerator gonna survive are the fish. That get, circulating air in my aquarium. Are they going to die? Because we don't have electricity for 36 to 48 hours or whatever for whatever long it takes. So those are kind of the things. This next project is 18 acres that we're going to be doing. It's a 5 0 6 C all the stuff that we do is 5 0 6 C typically in the build to rent space. But this next one's going to be a unit mix of twos, two house, two bedroom houses, three bedroom and four bedroom. And then there's going to be a couple of attached townhome complexes, like three units. And the whole thing, I think if we ever try to sell it out individually would have to be like condo converted.So we'll probably sell the entire community. Not subdivided, but like this one that we're doing in Louisiana is each house is subdivided. So we have the opportunity if we need to, or want to sell them off as houses or chunks of house, like 10 at a time. But ideally what we want to do is just sell the entire subdivision off to one particular buyer.   [00:12:39] Sam Wilson: Yeah. And that's a great, that was the next question is what's the end game and it sounds like that's it. You're going to build these, get them stablized. And then move them off to an institutional buyer. Is that right? Yeah. And   [00:12:49] Ruben Greth: you asked about the differences between horizontal and vertical. And one thing that I would say is like, when you're building vertical apartment complex is you typically have to build the entire thing and then start renting and in order to make it so that it's not Vacant anymore. You have to give away concessions and that's a problem. You have to wait a couple of years in order for it to stabilize. The thing that's different about horizontal is if you're building 10 or 20 at a time, you're leasing them up as they're being built. So if you've built 50, you know, by the time you get to 60, 40 of them are already rented out. And then when you get to like hundred, you don't have to give away concessions for rent that the whole community is almost already rented typically in the markets where we are developing.   [00:13:36] Sam Wilson: Yeah. That's a brilliant point. Not something I would have thought about is that you could, it's a stabilized as you build approach. And that's a, that's really, that's a really compelling reason to go down that route. Is there a density per acre that I don't know, maybe asking the wrong term. So, what I'm thinking of is like on a vertical multifamily, there may be, I don't know, again, I don't know the right numbers here, but is there a, see if you can help clarify the question density per acre difference in horizontal versus vertical multi-family   [00:14:09] Ruben Greth: you're talking about zoning delineations and like how much density. In a specific area you're allowed to build, right? So for example, in our Foley Alabama project that we're going to be doing in about a month in may of 20, 22, or maybe June of 2022, we have a piece of land 18 acres that allows for 180 units, 180 houses, better set, but we're only going to build 150. And part of that is, to allow for, walkways. Places where people can run and have doggy parks and have amenities and things of that nature, it's going to increase the value to the point where we believe it. It's more effective to build bigger units versus that, which we can rent out for longer. By the way, when a renter comes into a house versus a apartment, they tend to stay for 40 months versus the average apartment rent, or might be there for 18 months. So that's another reason you really like the stability and long-term mindset of the renter in there and, or the resident as we call them. And then the other factor about that is, well, I mean, that's it in the internet.   [00:15:21] Sam Wilson: Right. Okay. Okay. What's the square footage, build the rent. Are they typically smaller? I'm just thinking on a typical home compared to a typical apartment apartments are typically smaller or the is the build for rent houses. Is that footprints?   [00:15:37] Ruben Greth: That's a pretty loaded question. Cause just depends on what you're trying to do. I know in Phoenix, the bill, Trent developers here are building like 2000 square foot houses. What we're doing in Louisiana is a 1200 foot little cottage, right? So it's a two bedroom, three bath. It's got some extra closet space and a living room, but it's nothing too grand, other than maybe a little bit of technology implemented, it's pretty basic. Cottage style home. And we like that on this next project, we're going to be doing similar floor plans, but we're going to be integrating a couple of unit mixes, right? Where there are two bedroom, three bedroom or four bedroom, or count home style. But essentially they're all going to be very cookie cutter when you compare them to each other. And they will look very similar on the inside, even though the elevation or exterior may be a little bit slightly different on the.   [00:16:27] Sam Wilson: Right. That's a that's cool. I love the thoughts around that. And really, I mean, in that space, there's, I would say, I would think the only competition is really speed to market and.   [00:16:39] Ruben Greth: that's a big part. Like how fast can you build these? How fast can you get your investor money back? So one of the things that we do to increase that speed is we entitle the property. Like we buy the property or either that, or put it under contract and entirely. And have it ready to go so we can stick the shovel in the ground, right? When the capital raise begins. So we're not raising money and then entitling, and then dealing with city, civil engineering and city red tape and everything else. Like we're already like way along the way, by the time that we start raising for these deals. As typically we do them as syndications, but at some point we're hoping to. A project or two to a fund model and say, Hey, we're just going to do this over and over in this fund. And at some point we're going to get there. But right now we're running these as syndicated.   [00:17:28] Sam Wilson: Right, right. Yeah. And I guess that's a question in it doesn't sound like you've gone full cycle on an entire neighborhood yet.   [00:17:36] Ruben Greth: Is that we're barely building our first one. Right? So we have eight, our first eight units on the it's called the Crestone Colorado. It's in Lafayette, Louisiana. And then we're about to. Starts while we're going through the entitlement process. And the city department has approved our plans, our architectural plans for this next one. And it's in an area of the country where they're starting to put in moratorium. So we've already been approved.That makes it exciting for us because they're not going to allow a bunch of developers to come in here. So we're going to have exclusivity in some, at some degree, but. That's kind of where we're at there. Right,   [00:18:13] Sam Wilson: So Ruben, tell me, I guess, on the investor side of things, because these get built, they get rented. Walk me through because I don't know, from my perspective, modeling that out and then modeling returns to investors would be very unique or different compared to say a multi-family project. We buy here's the value add plan. Here's what we're gonna, , rents change. And then we're done. I mean, is there some nuance to this and how you underwrite and then how you plan for distributions to your invest?   [00:18:40] Ruben Greth: Well, there is definitely, I wish I could say that I do the underwriting, the civil engineering, the construction management, but I only have one part that I really focused in on, which is creating relationships with investors and raising capital and bringing capital racers to become part owners of our funds.And there's definitely something to what you just said. Like, how do you underwrite this versus the multi-family syndication and like your calc, I think some of the moving pieces that you would add. Is like, what's your projecting? What are development costs along the way? Right? And then you get hit with a new charge that the city is wanting in order for you to create something or they say, in order for you to make this happen, you have to add this to the property. And you're trying to calculate that as best as you can. And the other part that we mentioned earlier is what's the loan product, right? So you're not dealing with the stabilized bridge loan that you know exactly even. That's less of a product that you want to keep long term, maybe it actually is not a bad situation for some multifamily syndicators in this market with the mark with the way that the economic climate in terms of interest rates is changing. But you have this moving animal where their bank is constantly. Re underwriting you right as you are going. So the investors get a little frustrated in comparison to multi-family syndication, where they know what the loan product is. They know exactly what it's going to be throughout the duration of the first three years. And then maybe they don't know what the refinance is or what the next loan product is. But with us, it's constantly changing for every 10 units that we're building. Unless we find a very specialized, sophisticated debt fund or. Building housing development, kind of loan, construction, private equity firm. That's already on board with the whole idea of bill Tourette's, but they're typically harder to find than than most, regular agency debt, lenders, or banks that you may join.   [00:20:34] Sam Wilson: Talk to me real quick. Your last question, before we jump off, talk to me about the investor experience. When does an investor in your models, when did they get paid? How does that work? Because again, it's, this is it's just a very different thing. So really.   [00:20:48] Ruben Greth: You're attempting to calculate at what occupancy are you breaking even? And what if that number is like 40, 50 or 60%? So once you get to 60% of the houses built and rented, even though the entire project maybe.Not completed. You can start collecting cashflow and then starting to start doing distributions to your investors. But the other thing that we typically like is that we're building these things out, or our construction team is very quickly so we can build a group of 10 houses every month, so we can build an entire subdivision and around 12 months possibly we would underwrite it and say, just in case of, for unforeseen circumstances, we're going to say that we're going to build this thing out in 18 months and sell it out in 30 months or something like that.But the reality is we can have these things completely built out and rented in about 18 months. And at that point you can potentially sell it. It may take you a few more. But you can beat the projection, a five-year projection. And in this space, you can typically get a two X equity, multiple, which means you can double your LP, your limited partner.Money in about 30 months or however long it takes you just to stabilize and sell the project, which once again, we're being very conservative because we believe that we can sell these. We can build these in about 10 months, we're projecting 18 months just in case anything crazy happens, but in reality, we're selling, Hey, we can double your money in about 30, 36 months. But the reality is we have these things stabilized and going in about 24, if not much.   [00:22:24] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. I love it. Ruben, thank you for taking the time, but to break down your business, how you guys are raising capital, where you see opportunity in the market and what you guys are doing to take these deals down a certainly love it. And thanks for breaking down, kind of that build to rent model. That's not something we've talked about a lot here on the show and I love. I love the way you guys are doing it. So thanks again for taking the time to come on today. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?   [00:22:51] Ruben Greth: So  Check out the show at capital raisers show.com or check out our opportunities and my business, my construction and development and capital raising fund management business. That legacy acquisitions.com or just find me on LinkedIn.   [00:23:05] Sam Wilson: Awesome. We'll certainly include all of those links. Thank you again for your time, buddy. Ruben.   [00:23:08] Ruben Greth: Appreciate it. Thanks brother. This has been a blast.  

AirGo
Cottage Groove #22 - DJ Kane One Guest Mix

AirGo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 26:38


Our Cottage Groove DJ mix series returns this month with another one of Chicago's best providing a new set of sounds. On this installment, we've got AirGo alum and fam Kane One sharing some sounds. Kane, aka Miguel Aguilar, is a DJ, artist, educator, and grassroots organizer who was on the show way back in 2018 (you can catch that episode link below). Get in the groove! Kane One on AirGo: https://airgoradio.com/airgo/2018/11/5/episode-161-kane-one Follow Kane One: https://twitter.com/kane_one_ Hear all of the Cottage Groove Mixes: http://soundcloud.com/airgoradio/sets/cottage-groove-mixes TRACKLIST 1. My House - Rhythm Control 2. It's You - J Paul Getto, Joey Chicago 3. I'll House You - Jungle Brothers 4. Bring Down The Walls - Robert Owens 5. Nu Nu - Lidell Townsell 6. Welcome To My Groove - Mellow Man Ace 7. Cada Vez - Inaky Garcia, Jerry Davila, Mimi Barber 8. Sacude - Tony Touch 9. All I Need - Shiba San, Tim Baresko 10. House Sensation - CZR, J Paul Getto 11. Bad Enough - CZR 12. Love Can't Turn Around - Farley 'Jackmaster' Funk & Darryl Pandy 13. Jack Your Body - Steve 'Silk' Hurley 14. Land Of Confusion - Armando 15. Break 4 Love - Raze 16. French Kiss - Lil Louis

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/9/22: Summer Encore: Neurotechnology and Privacy

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 10:30


Producer/Host: Jim Campbell Our thoughts are, to many people, our most private possessions. Aided by computers, they can also control things in the outside world. And, increasingly, be read and understood by AI aided computers. Let’s think about both of these phenomena for a moment or two. About the host: Jim Campbell has a longstanding interest in the intersection of digital technology, law, and public policy and how they affect our daily lives in our increasingly digital world. He has banged around non-commercial radio for decades and, in the little known facts department (that should probably stay that way), he was one of the readers voicing Richard Nixon's words when NPR broadcast the entire transcript of the Watergate tapes. Like several other current WERU volunteers, he was at the station's sign-on party on May 1, 1988 and has been a volunteer ever since doing an early stint as a Morning Maine host, and later producing WERU program series including Northern Lights, Conversations on Science and Society, Sound Portrait of the Artist, Selections from the Camden Conference, others that will probably come to him after this is is posted, and, of course, Notes from the Electronic Cottage. The post Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/9/22: Summer Encore: Neurotechnology and Privacy first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Gravy
Making that Dough

Gravy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 24:43


In “Making That Dough,” the fourth episode in her five-part series for Gravy, producer Irina Zhorov explores the business of cottage bakeries—and how small-scale bakers make amazing loaves out of home kitchens and converted garages. “Cottage” bakeries refer to those in which people sell baked goods out of their homes. For much of the twentieth century, selling food made at home was largely prohibited, but that changed in the 1990s and early 2000s, when a small number of states passed laws allowing such sales. In the wake of the 2008 recession, every state followed suit, allowing people to earn money during a financial crisis. Around 2020, during the Covid pandemic, some states further loosened their cottage food laws, lifting earning caps and restrictions on the products people could sell. The number of cottage bakeries again exploded.  Many bakers—like Camille Cosgwell and Drew DiTomo, the new owners of the rural North Carolina bakery that this Gravy series follows—are drawn to the cottage models during times of transition. It's a chance to reshuffle priorities and create a sustainable work life without the long hours and unpredictable schedules the restaurant industry is known for. For others, a cottage bakery is a stepping stone to a brick-and-mortar shop.  For this episode, Zhorov talks to Cogswell about her dreams for the new property. She wants to work four or five days per week, grow some fruits and vegetables, and build something that feels sustainable and fun. Zhorov also interviews other cottage bakers in the South about their trajectories and hopes. Dalen Gray and Tatiana Magee operate Between the Trees Bread in Boone, North Carolina, out of a space that used to be Dalen's mother's garage. During the pandemic, sisters Reyna Soto and Adriana Ipiña opened El Pantastico, in Duncanville, Texas, making Mexican pan dulce, or sweet baked goods. Former preschool teacher Sierra Patterson of Auburn, Alabama, started Sour South from her home when her school closed and she didn't have childcare for her son. In conversation with Zhorov, each baker explains how cottage production works for them and how they hope to evolve their businesses in the future.

Cottage In The Court
Morning Glory in Early June

Cottage In The Court

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 1:14


Observances of life in the garden at The Cottage.

A Church Dismantled--A Kingdom Restored
Brueggemann: "The Church Is a cottage industry of denial"

A Church Dismantled--A Kingdom Restored

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 5:02


Moody on the Market
Michigan Cottage Food Law Seminar – MoTM Minute

Moody on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 0:57


Michigan State University Extension is hosting a free webinar via Zoom on Tuesday.

We'd Like A Word
52. Will Carver (part 1) & the nature of evil - at Milton's Cottage Museum

We'd Like A Word

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 17:51


52. Cult author Will Carver (part 1) joins We'd Like A Word hosts Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan to discuss the nature of evil, in front of a live audience inside the historic & beautiful Milton's Cottage in Chalfont St Giles, where John Milton dictated the epic poem, Paradise Lost. This event was for a select audience as part of the Chalfont St Giles & Jordans Literary Festival. Being there in person was great - and there was wine - but now you can eavesdrop on a very personal & existential session with searching questions from the audience. (And some "other" questions from Paul & Steve.) Will Carver's prolific output includes Girl 4, The Two, Dead Set & The Killer Inside (all part of the Detective Inspector January David series), and for Orenda Publishers, his current series - Good Samaritans, Nothing Important Happened Today, Hinton Hollow Death Trip (narrated by EVIL itself - or should that be, himself?), The Beresford, Psychopaths Anonymous & The Daves Next Door. Will writes crime fiction but always with a weird twist. Some fans of Will's books - well, Paul specifically - say they make them deeply uneasy, but they can't look away every time Will writes another disturbing and compelling thriller. You should read them to. You can get signed copies from Four Bear Books in Caversham, near Reading. The shop website is https://www.facebook.com/fourbearsbooksuk/about You should also visit Milton's Cottage Museum in Chalfont St Giles. It's the only place still around where John Milton lived & worked. Very atmospheric. Listed building. The beautiful garden is listed too. Friendly & knowledgeable guides too. A good day out in a chocolate box English village - pond, ducks, green, half-timbered houses, v good deli/cafe. The next episode of We'd Like A Word will be about anthologies - how to create them & how to make them more diverse - with authors & editors Vaseem Khan & Ivy Ngeow. Your questions & comments welcome - but email them in quick - to wedlikeaword@gmail.com We'd Like A Word is a podcast & radio show from authors Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan. We talk with writers, readers, editors, agents, celebrities, talkers, poets, publishers, booksellers, audiobook creators about books - fiction & non-fiction. We go out on various radio & podcast platforms. Our website is http://www.wedlikeaword.com for information on Paul & Steve & our guests. We're also on Twitter @wedlikeaword & Facebook @wedlikeaword & our email is wedlikeaword@gmail.com Yes, we are embarrassed by the missing apostrophes. We like to hear from you - questions, thoughts, ideas, guest or book suggestions. Perhaps you'd like to come on We'd Like A Word to chat, review or read out passages from books. And if you're still stuck for something to read, may we recommend Blackwatertown, the thriller by Paul Waters or Cockerings, the new comic classic by Stevyn Colgan.

We'd Like A Word
51. Will Carver (part 2) & the nature of evil - at Milton's Cottage Museum

We'd Like A Word

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 15:50


51. Cult author Will Carver (part 2) joins We'd Like A Word hosts Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan to discuss the nature of evil, in front of a live audience inside the historic & beautiful Milton's Cottage in Chalfont St Giles, where John Milton dictated the epic poem, Paradise Lost. This event was for a select audience as part of the Chalfont St Giles & Jordans Literary Festival. Being there in person was great - and there was wine - but now you can eavesdrop on a very personal & existential session with searching questions from the audience. (And some "other" questions from Paul & Steve.) Will Carver's prolific output includes Girl 4, The Two, Dead Set & The Killer Inside (all part of the Detective Inspector January David series), and for Orenda Publishers, his current series - Good Samaritans, Nothing Important Happened Today, Hinton Hollow Death Trip (narrated by EVIL itself - or should that be, himself?), The Beresford, Psychopaths Anonymous & The Daves Next Door. Will writes crime fiction but always with a weird twist. Some fans of Will's books - well, Paul specifically - say they make them deeply uneasy, but they can't look away every time Will writes another disturbing and compelling thriller. You should read them to. You can get signed copies from Four Bear Books in Caversham, near Reading. The shop website is https://www.facebook.com/fourbearsbooksuk/about You should also visit Milton's Cottage Museum in Chalfont St Giles. It's the only place still around where John Milton lived & worked. Very atmospheric. Listed building. The beautiful garden is listed too. Friendly & knowledgeable guides too. A good day out in a chocolate box English village - pond, ducks, green, half-timbered houses, v good deli/cafe. The next episode of We'd Like A Word will be about anthologies - how to create them & how to make them more diverse - with authors & editors Vaseem Khan & Ivy Ngeow. Your questions & comments welcome - but email them in quick - to wedlikeaword@gmail.com We'd Like A Word is a podcast & radio show from authors Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan. We talk with writers, readers, editors, agents, celebrities, talkers, poets, publishers, booksellers, audiobook creators about books - fiction & non-fiction. We go out on various radio & podcast platforms. Our website is http://www.wedlikeaword.com for information on Paul & Steve & our guests. We're also on Twitter @wedlikeaword & Facebook @wedlikeaword & our email is wedlikeaword@gmail.com Yes, we are embarrassed by the missing apostrophes. We like to hear from you - questions, thoughts, ideas, guest or book suggestions. Perhaps you'd like to come on We'd Like A Word to chat, review or read out passages from books. And if you're still stuck for something to read, may we recommend Blackwatertown, the thriller by Paul Waters or Cockerings, the new comic classic by Stevyn Colgan.

We'd Like A Word
50. Will Carver & the nature of evil at Milton's Cottage Museum

We'd Like A Word

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 23:00


50. Cult author Will Carver (part 3) joins We'd Like A Word hosts Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan to discuss the nature of evil, in front of a live audience inside the historic & beautiful Milton's Cottage in Chalfont St Giles, where John Milton dictated the epic poem, Paradise Lost. This event was for a select audience as part of the Chalfont St Giles & Jordans Literary Festival. Being there in person was great - and there was wine - but now you can eavesdrop on a very personal & existential session with searching questions from the audience. (And some "other" questions from Paul & Steve.) Will Carver's prolific output includes Girl 4, The Two, Dead Set & The Killer Inside (all part of the Detective Inspector January David series), and for Orenda Publishers, his current series - Good Samaritans, Nothing Important Happened Today, Hinton Hollow Death Trip (narrated by EVIL itself - or should that be, himself?), The Beresford, Psychopaths Anonymous & The Daves Next Door. Will writes crime fiction but always with a weird twist. Some fans of Will's books - well, Paul specifically - say they make them deeply uneasy, but they can't look away every time Will writes another disturbing and compelling thriller. You should read them to. You can get signed copies from Four Bear Books in Caversham, near Reading. The shop website is https://www.facebook.com/fourbearsbooksuk/about You should also visit Milton's Cottage Museum in Chalfont St Giles. It's the only place still around where John Milton lived & worked. Very atmospheric. Listed building. The beautiful garden is listed too. Friendly & knowledgeable guides too. A good day out in a chocolate box English village - pond, ducks, green, half-timbered houses, v good deli/cafe. The next episode of We'd Like A Word be talking about anthologies - how to create them & how to make them more diverse - with authors & editors Vaseem Khan & Ivy Ngeow. Your questions & comments welcome - but email them in quick - to wedlikeaword@gmail.com We'd Like A Word is a podcast & radio show from authors Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan. We talk with writers, readers, editors, agents, celebrities, talkers, poets, publishers, booksellers, audiobook creators about books - fiction & non-fiction. We go out on various radio & podcast platforms. Our website is http://www.wedlikeaword.com for information on Paul & Steve & our guests. We're also on Twitter @wedlikeaword & Facebook @wedlikeaword & our email is wedlikeaword@gmail.com Yes, we are embarrassed by the missing apostrophes. We like to hear from you - questions, thoughts, ideas, guest or book suggestions. Perhaps you'd like to come on We'd Like A Word to chat, review or read out passages from books. And if you're still stuck for something to read, may we recommend Blackwatertown, the thriller by Paul Waters or Cockerings, the new comic classic by Stevyn Colgan.

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/2/22: June 2022 Reports 1

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 9:32


Producer/Host: Jim Campbell Spring is busting out all over in nature – the same seems to be true in the digital world. Today, we look at three reports that have been published within the past month by organizations that are providing some of the investigative reporting that our very financially stressed traditional media is hard pressed to provide today as often or as deeply as in the past. These other organizations are providing us with valuable information we might not otherwise have. Here are links to the reports mentioned today: The Intercept: FBI PROVIDES CHICAGO POLICE WITH FAKE ONLINE IDENTITIES FOR “SOCIAL MEDIA EXPLOITATION” TEAM AMERICAN DRAGNET: DATA-DRIVEN DEPORTATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY, Georgetown Law Center on Privacy and Technology EVALUATION OF ACTIVE DRIVING ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS, AAA online About the host: Jim Campbell has a longstanding interest in the intersection of digital technology, law, and public policy and how they affect our daily lives in our increasingly digital world. He has banged around non-commercial radio for decades and, in the little known facts department (that should probably stay that way), he was one of the readers voicing Richard Nixon's words when NPR broadcast the entire transcript of the Watergate tapes. Like several other current WERU volunteers, he was at the station's sign-on party on May 1, 1988 and has been a volunteer ever since doing an early stint as a Morning Maine host, and later producing WERU program series including Northern Lights, Conversations on Science and Society, Sound Portrait of the Artist, Selections from the Camden Conference, others that will probably come to him after this is is posted, and, of course, Notes from the Electronic Cottage. The post Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/2/22: June 2022 Reports 1 first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Holly McCormack, President & CEO at Cottage Hospital

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 10:36


This episode features Holly McCormack, President & CEO at Cottage Hospital. Here, she expands on the history of Cottage Hospital, workforce development, connecting with the community, and more.

Hey, it's Cory Hepola
Sheletta Brundidge hosting/A letter from the White House/Memorial Day in Cottage Grove/Accra Home Care

Hey, it's Cory Hepola

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 35:02


Sheletta Brundidge is in the host chair today and the show begins with a story of receiving a letter from President Biden to her house. Sheletta also speaks with Cottage Grove City Council member Steve Dennis about the city's Memorial Day event. Plus, Accra Home Care COO Sue Morgan joins to share about the services they provide to children and families all across Minnesota.

Cookery by the Book
A Year at Catbird Cottage | Melina Hammer

Cookery by the Book

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022


World Radio Gardening
Stella Exley from Hare Spring Cottage Plants talks about Camassia

World Radio Gardening

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 4:42


Stella Exley from hare Spring Cottage Plants talks about Camassia with Ken at the Chelsea Flower Show 2022. For more information about Hare Spring Cottage Plants visit their website: https://harespringcottageplants.co.uk/

Michelle's Sanctuary
The Shore Cottage | Calm Sleep Story & Bedtime Meditation for Grown-Ups

Michelle's Sanctuary

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 51:37


Fall asleep fast with this bedtime story for grown-ups set in an idyllic beachside town on the cusp of summer. The neon lights of an amusement park reflect on the Atlantic like an oil painting. You walk with your beloved dog and are whisked away on blissful memories and sensation conjured my sweet confections, a Ferris Wheel ride, and a bonfire on the beach. In this safe, idyllic village you remember that the world is a kind and beautiful place. You return to a Victorian beachside cottage set in a row of pastel-hued historic homes and fall asleep. It's time to dream away. Original Script, Voiceover, and Music by Michelle Hotaling, Dreamaway Visions LLC, 2022 Customize Your Experience: 00:41 Intro 03:35 Guided Sleep Meditation & Breathwork 06:42 Calm Sleep Story Begins 44:40 Sleep Meditation Music Social media & Contact Information - Interact with Michelle here : TWITTER: http://twitter.com/michsanctuary INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/michellessanctuary FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/michellessanctuary/ TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@michellessanctuary Email: michellessanctuary@gmail.com If you would like to support this channel and help keep new content coming: https://www.paypal.me/michellessanctuary https://www.venmo.com/michellehotaling https://www.buymeacoffee.com/michsanctuary --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michelles-sanctuary/support

Cottage Talk: Fulham Podcast
Cottage Talk Special Episode: How Fulham Can Stay In The Premier League

Cottage Talk: Fulham Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 67:06


In this episode, we shared what we think Fulham need to do, to stay in the Premier League.You can also listen to the show at Friends Of Fulham.https://www.friendsoffulham.com/forum/index.php?topic=86536.msg1341142#msg1341142

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE
Pourquoi l'Opération Cottage fut-elle un désastre ?

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 3:01


Durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, certaines offensives alliées se sont soldées par un échec cuisant. C'est le cas de l'opération Cottage, lancée en août 1943. Une île à reprendre Durant le second conflit mondial, certaines îles de l'archipel des Aléoutiennes, au sud-ouest de l'Alaska, sont prises par les Japonais. C'est notamment le cas de l'île de Kiska, dont ils s'emparent en juin 1942. Pour des raisons stratégiques, et aussi parce que l'île fait partie du territoire des États-Unis, les Américains décident de la reprendre. De leur point de vue, l'opération Cottage, montée à cette fin, ne sera pas une simple promenade militaire. En effet, ils estiment la garnison japonaise à 7 ou 8.000 hommes. Ils savent également que des défenses anti-aériennes ont été placées aux points stratégiques de l'île. Une opération désastreuse Les stratèges américains s'attendent donc à une forte résistance. C'est pourquoi ils conçoivent un plan d'attaque destiné à limiter les pertes au maximum. Ainsi, entre juin et août 1943, l'île de Kiska essuie des bombardements quotidiens. Après cette intensive préparation d'artillerie, l'île est envahie par des milliers de soldats américains et canadiens, qui débarquent sur des points opposés de l'île. En réalité, Kiska, jugée indéfendable par les Japonais, avait été évacuée à partir du mois de juin 1943. Certains signes auraient dû alerter les Américains sur ce retrait : le silence des canons anti-aériens, tandis que des avions sillonnent le ciel, le départ de certaines barges ou encore la destruction de bâtiments par les Japonais. À vrai dire, ces signes ne passent pas inaperçus, mais le commandement américain n'y voit qu'une feinte de ses adversaires. Les soldats alliés débarquent donc sur l'île et subissent des pertes. Plus de 20 soldats trouvent la mort et on relève de très nombreux blessés. Ce n'est pas le fait des Japonais, qui ont quitté Kiska. Trompés par l'épais brouillard qui s'étend sur l'île, Américains et Canadiens ont échangé des tirs meurtriers. D'autres soldats ont été victimes des mines laissées par les Japonais. Au large de l'île, une mine marine fait sombrer un navire américain, entraînant dans la mort 70 hommes d'équipage. L'opération Cottage se solde par un véritable fiasco. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Notes from the Electronic Cottage 5/26/22: Roe Reversal Digital Implications

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 8:44


Producer/Host: Jim Campbell The recent leaked draft Supreme Court decision that appears set to reverse a federal Constitutional right to abortion is based in part on the fact that the word “abortion” does not appear anywhere in the Constitution. Neither does the word “privacy”. There is a serious possibility that the justifications for overturning the right to abortion could have wide-ranging unintended consequences for all of us who use digital technology in today’s increasingly digital world. About the host: Jim Campbell has a longstanding interest in the intersection of digital technology, law, and public policy and how they affect our daily lives in our increasingly digital world. He has banged around non-commercial radio for decades and, in the little known facts department (that should probably stay that way), he was one of the readers voicing Richard Nixon's words when NPR broadcast the entire transcript of the Watergate tapes. Like several other current WERU volunteers, he was at the station's sign-on party on May 1, 1988 and has been a volunteer ever since doing an early stint as a Morning Maine host, and later producing WERU program series including Northern Lights, Conversations on Science and Society, Sound Portrait of the Artist, Selections from the Camden Conference, others that will probably come to him after this is is posted, and, of course, Notes from the Electronic Cottage. The post Notes from the Electronic Cottage 5/26/22: Roe Reversal Digital Implications first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Think Out Loud
How Oregon is bringing ‘missing middle housing' to the state

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 12:03


Cottage clusters, townhouses and duplexes are some of the forms of housing commonly referred to as “missing middle housing.” Zoning rules have previously left them out, but that's starting to change. The Oregon legislature passed Housing Bill 2001 in 2019 to expand building options in residential zones. Portland had a similar policy in place before the statewide bill passed and has been working on adding more options for housing to the city. Meanwhile, other places like Albany are following state mandates to diversify their housing options. Alex Johnson II is the mayor of Albany. Morgan Tracy is a project manager with the City of Portland Bureau of Planning & Sustainability. They join us with details.

Two Bees in a Podcast
Episode 102: Cottage Food Laws and Selling Honey

Two Bees in a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 39:38


In this episode of Two Bees in a Podcast, released on May 25, 2022, Dr. Jamie Ellis and Amy Vu speak with Jennifer Hagen, Family and Consumer Services Agent from Lee County, Florida, about selling honey and cottage food laws. This episode is ended with a Q&A segment.

The GOLD Standard with Leah Amico
The Unexpected Benefits of Discovering New Passions with Michele Smith

The GOLD Standard with Leah Amico

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 49:37


What is it like to play in the Olympics? For most athletes, the goal is to train, be the best, and win the Gold medal. And when you've done all that and more, all the training and conditioning will serve you well as you pursue life after the Olympics. But, when you have won the Gold medal, you never lose sight of The GOLD Standard in everything you do.  Welcome to another episode of The Gold Standard Podcast. Today's guest is Michele Smith, a two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, 8-time Japan Pro-League Champ & MVP, and international pro-left-handed-hitting fastpitch softball pitcher. She is a USA Softball Hall of Fame honoree and currently a sports commentator at ESPN. Join us as we talk about softball, the Olympic Games, broadcasting, and discovering new passions.  “Even if I don't know how to do something, trust me, I will figure it out, and that's where hard work comes in.” - Michele Smith In This Episode: - Meet Michele Smith, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and USA Softball Hall of Fame honoree - Michele shares how her love of softball began, her favorite memory of the Olympic Games, her fantastic experience playing  in Japan, and how she got into broadcasting - Michele talks about the growth of the sport and her experience being ESPN's sports commentator. - The beginning of Sunset Inn & Cottages, https://www.thewesteventspace.com/ (The West Events), and Michele's beautiful life in Florida - What does The GOLD Standard mean for Michele? - 3 Gold tips for softball players today And more… Resources: https://www.majormedialeague.com/ (Major Media League App) https://www.amazon.com/Coach-Woodens-Pyramid-Success-Building/dp/0830737189 (Coach Wooden's Pyramid of Success) Connect with Michele: https://michelesmith.com/ (Website ) https://www.instagram.com/michelesmith32/ (Instagram) Facebook https://twitter.com/MicheleSmith32 (Twitter) https://www.youtube.com/user/MicheleSmithInc (YouTube) Connect with Leah Amico: https://www.leahamico.com/ (Website) https://www.instagram.com/leah.amico/ (Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/Leah-OBrien-Amico-1696616860662639 (Facebook) https://www.facebook.com/groups/704655667406966 (Facebook Group) https://twitter.com/leah20usa (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/in/leah-amico-oly-7734531a6/ (LinkedIn) https://www.tiktok.com/@theleahamico (TikTok) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkcom9aDF5HYjxdrFhuMRbw (Youtube)

Hello My Quilting Friends
148. Crafty Cottage Reorganization

Hello My Quilting Friends

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 6:24


I'm out in the Crafty Cottage this week, finally clearing it of clutter two years after our basement renovation. Watch time lapses of the process as I take apart the home sewing machine setup and move it to a new corner and build a Hoop Frame Pro as well.Hoop Frame Pro: https://leahday.com/products/sale-q-zone-hoop-frame-pro-upgradeJanome 8200: https://leahday.com/products/janome-memory-craft-horizon-8200-qcp-seAffordable Sewing Table: https://leahday.com/products/affordable-sewing-table

The Daily Derringer Podcast
Cottage or Cobin? S.6 Ep. 156

The Daily Derringer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 30:45


The Daily Derringer Podcast - Thursday May 19th 2022 Check out more full episodes at Q107.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Notes from the Electronic Cottage 5/19/22: Making Our Electric Homes Safe 1

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 7:48


Producer/Host: Jim Campbell Our homes are filling up with electronic devices, and that has become even more true for many in this work-from-home Covid time. While those swell “smart devices” can be very handy, they can also do a lot of things that we may not be aware of, and not to our benefit. even the Portland, Oregon office of the FBI thinks so, and they have a point. Here are some things to think about the next time you interact with your smart TV or other gee-whiz device. About the host: Jim Campbell has a longstanding interest in the intersection of digital technology, law, and public policy and how they affect our daily lives in our increasingly digital world. He has banged around non-commercial radio for decades and, in the little known facts department (that should probably stay that way), he was one of the readers voicing Richard Nixon's words when NPR broadcast the entire transcript of the Watergate tapes. Like several other current WERU volunteers, he was at the station's sign-on party on May 1, 1988 and has been a volunteer ever since doing an early stint as a Morning Maine host, and later producing WERU program series including Northern Lights, Conversations on Science and Society, Sound Portrait of the Artist, Selections from the Camden Conference, others that will probably come to him after this is is posted, and, of course, Notes from the Electronic Cottage. The post Notes from the Electronic Cottage 5/19/22: Making Our Electric Homes Safe 1 first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

The Daily Gardener
May 19, 2022 The Dark Day, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Tulips, Ruskin Bond, The Modern Cottage Garden by Greg Loades, Rainer Maria Rilke, and Leo Tolstoy

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 15:57


Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart   Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee    Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter |  Daily Gardener Community   Historical Events   1780 It was on this day that much of New England was shrouded in darkness. In fact, many feared that Judgment Day had arrived And so this day became known as The Dark Day. During this day, the sun rose as per usual. But around 10 o'clock in the morning, the sky grew dark. So dark that there were reports of candle-lit lunches, and people stopped what they were doing to pray. The blackout spread from Portland, Maine, to New Jersey. Boston newspapers reported that chickens returned to their roosts after the darkness began, and animals returned to their places in the barn - even they knew that something odd was going on. Even General George Washington wrote about the dark day in his diary. The nature poet John Greenleaf Whittier (books about this person) wrote about the event in a poem. Twas on a May-day of the far-old years Seventeen hundred eighty, that there fell Over the bloom and sweet life of the spring, Over the fresh earth, and the heaven of noon, A horror of great darkness.' "Men prayed, and women wept; all ears grew sharp To hear the doom-blast of the trumpet shatter The black sky.   Instead of Judgment Day, it's now generally believed that the darkness stemmed from a fire out west. And the following night, on May 19th in 1780, New England was treated to a full moon that was said to be as red as blood set against the night sky - a spring to remember.   1864 Death of Nathaniel Hawthorne (books about this person), American novelist, and short-story writer. In May 1866, Nathaniel's sister Sophia was writing about The Wayside landscape in a letter to her friend, Annie Fields. She wrote: There is a beauty in May which there is not in July. After these latter rains, the glory of tender and deep greens surpasses all words . . . the walks — the paths look so nice, and there is no knowing what enormity of sauciness the weeds will arrive at by July.   In 1843, Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote a crazy short story that not many people know about today. The story was about a mad scientist who becomes obsessed about removing his wife Georgiana's birthmark. And so the scientist, concocts a remedy for the blemish and creates a solution using the leaves of geraniums. As his wife drinks this potion, her birthmark does fade away, but in the process, the mixture also kills her. Thus, she dies a perfect unblemished woman. And that's the end of this little known and very bizarre short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne.   1906 On this day, Country Life gave an update on the season of tulips. They wrote, The writer regards the season of Tulips as one of the brightest and happiest of the year. Daffodils still flutter in the wind, the first of the Roses are bursting their buds, and the whole air is filled with the scent of wayside of garden flowers. But it is the Tulip that gives the colour, splashes of crimson,scarlet, yellow, rose, white, and even black.  A black Tulip is a reality, and is known as The Sultan. It belongs to the race called Darwin, but we prefer the homely name of the May or Cottage Tulip. Dusky as the firm, short segments are, they have weird, strange beauty, which is as fascinating as the clear crimson of the greatest of all Tulips, Tulipa gesneriana major, which opens its big goblets to the sun and discloses a pool of inky blue at the base. A few years ago the May Tulips were seldom seen, but persistent reference to them has brought about a revolution: so much so, that one greets the Tulip with much the same affection as the Daffodil which precedes it. We believe it was in the Royal Gardens, Kew, that the Gesner and other Tulips were first planted in large beds, and the effect of their glorious colour we shall ever remember, it was a novel sight...   So there you go—an update on tulip season from 1906. And isn't it interesting to think about how tulips were perceived compared to the daffodil a little over a hundred years ago?   1934 Birth of Ruskin Bond (books about this person), Indian author of British descent. Ruskin's novels, The Room on the Roof and Our Trees Still Grow in Dehra, received critical acclaim and he's written hundreds of short stories, essays, and books for children. In The Room on the Roof, Ruskin wrote, I don't want to rot like mangoes at the end of the season, or burnout like the sun at the and of the day.  I cannot live like the gardener, the cook and water-carrier, doing the same task everyday of my life...  I want to be either somebody or nobody.  I don't want to be anybody. From Rain in the Mountains: Notes from the Himalayas, Ruskin wrote, Yes, I'd love to have a garden of my own--spacious, and full of everything that is fragrant and flowering. But if I don't succeed, never mind--I've still got the dream.   Finally, in his book, A Book of Simple Living: Brief Notes from the Hills, Ruskin wrote, Botanists have done their best to intimidate and confuse the nature lover. But we should not allow ourselves to be discouraged; we have as much right to the enjoyment of wild flowers as they. So I will disregard the botanist and I will go looking for the pretty flower that I have named Merry Heart. It is always nodding and dancing in the breeze. It is a happy flower, deserving of a happy, light name.   Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Modern Cottage Garden by Greg Loades This book came out in 2020, and the subtitle is A Fresh Approach to a Classic Style. This book is practical and inspirational - and if you are a fan of cottage gardens, then this is a book that you will want to have in your garden library. I love Greg's approach here because what he has done is come up with a blend between the New Perennial Movement and Classic Cottage Style - and he's integrated both of those concepts Into the looks that you see in real life gardens in this book. And so, as the reader, what you'll come away with are images of beautiful color in the garden, the use of grasses and native plants - in addition to Greg's thoughtful approach. Greg wants these gardens to be low maintenance and to offer many seasons of interest, which is the sweet spot for gardens nowadays. I will walk you through the table of contents, and then I'll give you a little excerpt from Greg's book. Greg starts with what he calls the roots of his book, which are both the traditional Cottage Garden and the New Perennial Garden. Greg takes you into a deep dive into both approaches. Then in the next section of his book, he talks about how to create a Modern Cottage Gardenn which, as I just mentioned, is a blend of both Classic Cottage Gardening and the New Perennial Garden Movement. So with Greg's help, you'll understand how to put together a gardener's garden - that's what he calls it - and how to maximize small spaces and incorporate Modern Cottage Gardening into your containers, which I think is such a hot topic this year. Now the back half of Greg's book is devoted to the seasons - so he walks you through Modern Cottage Gardening season by season. At the end of the book, there are fifty plant profiles, and these are Greg's go-to plants when it comes to garden design. But, right at the beginning of Greg's book, he introduces you to the Modern Cottage Garden. He writes, It is difficult to stick to one style in the garden, isn't it? Maybe this is because plants are alive, and as they grow, we get attached to them.  So we can't let go of the plant that has survived three house moves.  Or the large shrub that started life from a cutting taken from a friend's garden.   This sounds so familiar. Doesn't it? He writes, Plants are memories.  Plants can make us feel proud.  Plants tell stories.  And who can resist choosing new plants for the garden when they see them in flower in a nursery, even if they don't know where they will go or whether they are in keeping with what is there?    I just experienced this exact scenario this morning.   And then Greg writes, Let's be honest, who has a scale map of their garden, showing all the gaps, each time they find themselves looking at plants for sale?  Then as we introduce unlikely plant partners to the border, we push the boundaries of traditional garden styles, whether by accident or design.    And here is where Greg helps us get on track. He writes, This is, in fact, a good thing. The mixing together of plants from older garden styles is creating something special indeed: a new style that combines the best of the Traditional Cottage Garden and of the gardens of the New Perennial Garden Movement.  For argument's sake, let's call it the Modern Cottage Garden. This is a gardener's garden.  Its generous style is for gardeners who can't resist plants.   Can I get an Amen? The spoke is 288 pages of the Modern Cottage Garden — encouraging you to grow plants that are new to you, try new combinations or new communities of plants, and enjoy the process of experimenting in your garden. You can get a copy of The Modern Cottage Garden by Greg Loades and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $9.   Botanic Spark 1899 On this day, Lou Andreas Salomé (books about this person), the first female psychoanalyst and writer, and Rainer Maria Rilke (books about this person), the Austrian poet and writer, visited Leo Tolstoy (books about this person) in Russia. Now this entire trip was Lou's idea. She hoped that Tolstoy would be a mentor to her friend and lover, Rainer ("Rye-nur") Maria Rilke. Lou Andreas Salomé was a bit of a muse to Rainer Maria Rilke. Early in their friendship, Lou was the one who encouraged him to change his first name from René to Rainer. She also encouraged him to learn Russian and to read Tolstoy. And so that sets the stage for their meeting with Leo Tolstoy in his garden on this day, May 19th in, 1899. One account of the meeting goes like this: We no longer looked about us, but at him absorbing this landscape.  Bending down from time to time to pluck, forget me nots with a quick motion of his cup tanned as if to snatch up the odor from the stem.  He would then hold them close to his face and breathe them.  Intensely consume them as it were.  And then let them fall to the ground.   Well, it seems Leo was more interested in his garden than in becoming a mentor to Rainer Maria Rilke. But the story doesn't end there. Rainer Maria Rilke fell in love with Russia - and for a brief period with Lou Andreas Salomé. And it was during his time in Russia, Rainer wrote one of his masterpieces: a trilogy of timeless poetry called The Book of Hours.   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.

The Roaring Trainers
Episode 17: Cottage Core

The Roaring Trainers

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


Let the final round of the 97th Pokemon induction league tournament begin!www.twitter.com/roaringtrainers www.patreon.com/roaringtrainers www.etsy.com/shop/roaringtrainers Special thanks to Robbie Whiplash, for editing this episode!Check out Robbie's band here!https://megatronix.bandcamp.com/ Special thanks to the following for the use of their musicSerge Quadrado for the use of Universal PainFind more music by Serge here!https://freemusicarchive.org/music/serge-quadradoChromix for the use of Basement to basementFind more music by Chromix here!https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chromix

Cottage Talk: Fulham Podcast
Cottage Talk Season Review: Fulham's Championship Season

Cottage Talk: Fulham Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 65:42


In this episode, Emilio Di Nello, Clare Parish, and Fulham Legends Rob Wilson and Gordon Davies looked back at the Championship Season for Fulham.You can also listen to the show at Friends Of Fulham.https://www.friendsoffulham.com/forum/index.php?topic=86434.msg1338544#msg1338544

The Matt & Jerry Show
Show Highlights May 16 - Cottage Pie Or Sheppard's Pie...

The Matt & Jerry Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 50:30


Matt's son Barry has a new found hatred, and Jerry looks to debunk the Sheppard's Pie...

Crime, Cults, & Coffee.
Episode 83: "She Loves Cottage”/ Christina Kettlewell

Crime, Cults, & Coffee.

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 53:43


A wedding. A fire. A mystery. Listen in as we cover a story that has been unsolved since 1947. Christina Kettlewell married the love of her life, only to be found dead during her honeymoon. Years later, she is now known as the "eight day bride" and her death is shrouded in odd circumstances, theories, and speculation. If you haven't heard of this case- make sure to give it a listen and let us know what you think happened to Christina. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crime-cults-and-coffee/support

Food Sleuth Radio
Alan Lewis, V.P. for Government Affairs, Stakeholder Relations, and Organic Compliance for Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage discusses food labels and marketing.

Food Sleuth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:08


Did you know that many “plant-based” foods are highly processed and not necessarily good for our health or the planet? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Alan Lewis, Vice President for Government Affairs, Stakeholder Relations and Organic Compliance for Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage. Lewis discusses the impact of industrial agriculture on our environment and health, pulls back the curtain on plant-based, yet highly processed foods, and helps us understand often confusing food labels, including: “bioengineered,” “natural,” and “non-GMO.” Follow Lewis' astute observations of the food system on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanplewis/Related website:  TED Talk: “Food Betrayal – Don't swallow the lies:”  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y81rCiw1LPY  

The Art of Home
Homemaker Portrait | Tricia Emmons

The Art of Home

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 68:02


We are chatting today with seasoned homemaker, Tricia Emmons, about her 29 years experience keeping a home, managing outside work and parenting 6 kids, including 2 adopted. ResourcesHistorical Homemaker Hints:Sangster, Margaret E., The Art of Home-Making in City and Country, In Mansion and Cottage. New York: The Christian heritage Bible House, 1898.Leave Us A ReviewLove The Podcast (works on any device)Stay In Touch with The Art of Home Podcast Leave Us a VoicemailInstagram | Facebook |Pinterest |  Website | Email  Follow The Art of Home on Your Listening AppFollow The Podcast (works on any device)Subscribe to Our Newslettertheartofhomepodcast.com/subscribeSupport The Art of HomeBuy Me a Coffee ☕️Purchase homemaking resources through our website and our resource links. 

Retro Chalet : Living A Vintage Life
European and Cottage Collectibles Mettlesome Means on Etsy

Retro Chalet : Living A Vintage Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 26:54


Inspired by podcast sponsor Mettlesome Means Etsy Shop, I talk clean lines and functional European Collectibles - what to collect and what's hot.  What can be used in a cottage as well as a mansion, how to find the look!Visit my friend at MettlesomeMeans on Etsy!  For great art and home decor!Connect with me on TikTok,   Twitter or My Etsy shop!I rarely use my Instagram or FacebookI have another podcast ParanormalChalet!

The Gardenangelists
Peonies for Your Thoughts?

The Gardenangelists

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 50:13


Dee and Carol talk about peonies, strawberries, the new book Black Flora, and explore some interesting rabbit holes.Links!Viola 'Etain' at Proven WinnersFrom Select Seeds:Viola odorata Heliotrope 'Amaretto'The Enchanted April, by Elizabeth von Armin Peony's Envy, a place to buy peoniesA  podcast episode about peonies A  podcast episode about strawberriesOn the bookshelf:  Black Flora: Profiles of Inspiring Black Flower Farmers + Florists, by Teresa J. Speight. Also, Where We Bloom, by Debra Prinzing.  Teri's website, Cottage in the Court.Frank's Nursery & Crafts is back… online.  Lost Ladies of Garden Writing - Mrs. Edward Harding (Alice)  author of Peonies in the Little Garden, 1923 and The Book of the Peony,  1917. Also The Peony (1993 reprint).  Article about Alice Harding on the Historical Iris Preservation Society websiteOn the Magnolia Network, Rancho San JulianPoem by  Andrea Potos Affiliate link to Botanical Interest Seeds. (If you buy something from them after using this link, we earn a small commission at no cost to you. This helps us continue to bring this podcast to you ad-free!)  Book links are also affiliate links.Email us at TheGardenangelists@gmail.com  For more info on Carol and her books, visit her website.  Visit her blog May Dreams Gardens.For more info on Dee and her book, visit her website.  Visit her blog Red Dirt Ramblings.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletters, via our websites! 

Hey Riddle Riddle
Patreon Preview #163: Bloody Cottage presents “Laser”

Hey Riddle Riddle

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 8:18


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