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Dodger Talk
Chris Taylor (9-30-22)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 1:22


CT3 talks to DV after a 3-hit night in a 10-1 win over the Rockies.

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast
Mets and Padres Series Recap/Dodgers Complacency/Playoff Race Update

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 55:14


Welcome back to another episode of The Other Boys In Blue. We breakdown the series against the Mets and the Padres and we speak about the Dodgers recently complacency. Also, the Boys breakdown the Playoff races that are going on around the league! All of that and more on The Other Boys In Blue- A Baseball Podcast.

Dodger Talk
Chris Taylor (8-10-22)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 6:05


CT3 talks to DV about coming back from his foot injury and the importance of volunteering in the community.

Dodger Talk
Chris Taylor (8-10-22)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 6:05


CT3 talks to DV about coming back from his foot injury and the importance of volunteering in the community.

Dodgers Cast
DODGERS CAST – EP 124 – REACT – VARREMOS OS PADRES (HOMENAGENS A VIN SCULLY)

Dodgers Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:13


A maior homenagem ao maior Dodger da história: varrida nos Padres e muito reconhecimento!It´s time to Dodgers Baseball! Thiago Cordeiro ( @CastDodgers ) e Gabriel Barros comentam sobre a série minutos após o confronto, com a tradução da homenagem a Vin Scully na sexta-feira e muito mais! Ouça e compartilhe esse #podcastMencionado no episódio 124:– Vin Scully Eterno (Tradução da Homenagem na Sexta-Feira dia 5.08)– Série contra o Padres– A força do elenco e as atualizações (Almonte out, CT3 de volta)– Série contra o Twins

Dodgers Cast
DODGERS CAST – EP 117 – VARRIDA NO ROCKIES E CONFRONTO CONTRA O CUBS

Dodgers Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 28:29


A série contra o Colorado Rockies foi protocolocar, 3 vitórias, placar magro nos jogos mas muita confiança dos starters. Thiago Cordeiro ( @CastDodgers ) e Fernando Franca ( @DodgersdaMassa ) comentam a subida recente de Ryan Pepiot, a lesão de CT3, a varrida pre cima de Colorado e a expectativa para o confronto contra o CUBS. Ouça e compartilhe esse #podcast

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast
Episode 278 – Craig Kimbrel the Enigma, New Look Lineup, Reactions to the CT3 News | Blue Heaven Podcast

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 71:50


Craig Kimbrel has not passed the eye test often as a Dodger, but his stats are painting a wild, up and down picture of someone who should be more successful. We talk Kimbrel and (once again) who could potentially help at the backend of the bullpen if the veteran continues to falter. Plus thoughts on the new top of the order, live reactions to CT3's big injury, and the argument over who should start for the NL in the All-Star Game, Tony Gonsolin or Clayton Kershaw. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Welcome back to another Episode of The Other Boys In Blue. The Boys breakdown the series against the Colorado Rockies. We discuss why the Dodgers could only muster up one win. In addition to the seriers breakdown, we talk about the recent Freddie Freeman news. Are the Boys concerned that Freddie isn't all in, or is this more Twitter drama? We cover that and more on The Other Boys In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk (6-2-22)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 33:14


DV talks to Jose after the Dodgers beat the Mets, 2-0. We also hear from Trea, CT3, and Freddie.

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast
Reaction to the Phillies Series Part 2

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 50:42


Welcome back to another episode of The Other Boys In Blue! The Boys breakdown the Dodger's second series against the Phillies. How did it go? Spoiler Alert: A LOT DIFFERENT THAN LAST TIME. The Boys talk about what the Dodgers did that helped them sweep the Phillies. All of that and more on The Other Boys In Blue- A Baseball Podcast. 

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast
Reaction to Series Against the Phillies

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:52


Join The Other Boys In Blue as we breakdown the series against the Phillies. What went wrong? What went right? Is the walk-off going to help turn things around? Tune in to hear our thoughts!

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast
DN Roundtable: Walker Buehler's Cy Young Potential, CT3's Struggles, Chicago Deep Dish vs Philly Cheesesteaks, and More

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 20:13


This week on the Dodgers Nation roundtable, Eric navigates Clint, Brook, and Doug through some hot Dodgers topics including CT3's struggles, Justin Turner's possible hot streak, Chicago deep dish vs Philly cheesesteaks, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast
Reaction to Series Against the Cubs

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 27:48


Welcome back to another episode of The Other Boys In Blue. We breakdown the series sweep against the Cubs. What enabled the Dodgers to sweep the Cubs? Listen to the Boys' breakdown of the series to find out! 

Dodger Talk
Chris Taylor (5-9-22)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 5:44


DV chats with CT3 before the Dodgers continue their road trip in Pittsburgh against the Pirates.

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast
Reaction to Series Against the Tigers

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 57:55


Welcome back to another episode of The Other Boys In Blue! Join us as we react to the series against the Detroit Tigers. How did our pitching staff do? How was our offense? Find out how the Boys did and a whole lot more  on The Other Boys In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Dodger Talk
Chris Taylor (4-29-22)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 1:32


DV talks to CT3 after the Dodgers beat the Tigers, 5-1.

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Join The Other Boys In Blue for our first episode of the 2022 Regular Season! We react to the first series against the Dodgers. How do we feel about how the Boys played? Do you agree? Comment down below!

Dodger Talk
Chris Taylor (3-21-22)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 5:08


CT3 talks about getting ready for the season, and the security he feels after re-signing with the Dodgers.

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast
Izzy's Poem/Joe Kelly's Letter to the Fans/Big Z's Article

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 33:09


Welcome back to another grand episode of The Other Boys In Blue! We have a treat for you today- Izzy recites an amazing poem that he wrote about baseball and why he misses it so much. The Boys talk about an AMAZING letter that Joe Kelly wrote to us, the fans about why we shouldn't forget about the amazing game of baseball. Lastly, the Boys talk about an article written by Big Z which delves into the current state of baseball. What can baseball do to save itself? All of that and more on The Other Boys In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast
Episode 247 – Dodgers Players are Locked Out, What Comes Next? Plus Mark Langill on Gil Hodges | Blue Heaven Podcast

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 63:17


MLB owners have locked out the players while looking to keep a stranglehold on their billions of dollars. So, with the lockout in effect, what can teams do and not do until the two sides reach an agreement? We dive into limitations for MLB 40-man rostered players and take a look at what about these two sides are fighting over. Plus, some classic Rob Manfred bashing. Next, we recap the latest Dodgers rumors on the hot stove and welcome Chris Taylor back home where he belongs. And, Gary Sheffield's son picked a strange fight with CT3's contract so we took time to laugh at the relatively unaccomplished internet troll. Our thoughts on and reactions to Corey Seager trying to coax Clayton Kershaw to the Rangers and Max Scherzer's poorly thought out attack on the Dodgers is dissected. And our thoughts on free agent first basemen Freddie Freeman or possibly Anthony Rizzo coming to LA. Finally, our friend and Dodgers team historian, Mark Langill joins us to talk all about the newest Dodger Hall of Famer, Gil Hodges. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

LA Podfidential
S1E165 - The Rams Are In A Dark F&#@ING PERIOD

LA Podfidential

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 116:46


Wes, Chauncey, and Thaddeus celebrate a Cowboys win, parse out what the hell is happening to the Rams and their fans, and preview week 13. Then they bemoan the MLB lockout and praise the Dodgers for brining CT3 back, and then begrudgingly applaud USC for hiring Lincoln Riley. Later, they are happy about Tom Holland coming back for more "Spider-Man" and review the first three episodes of "Hawkeye". They then share what they've been watching including "Succession", "Curb Your Enthusiasm", "Tick...Tick...Boom", "King Richard", "The Hot Zone", "Bob's Burgers", "Chucky", "House of Gucci", "The Challenge", "AEW", "NXT", and more! LA PODFIDENTIAL is part of the LAFB PODCAST NETWORK

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast
Free Agent Update- Thoughts on AL & NL MVP's- What Does This Mean for the Dodgers?

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 56:06


Join The Other Boys In Blue as we discuss the Free Agent signings around the league. What do these signings mean for the Dodgers and their competition? Also, the Boys share their thoughts on the MVP voting. Do both the MVP's deserve their crown? And of course, Fredo is going to throw you a curveball! All of that and MORE on The Other Boys In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Dodgers Cast
DODGERS CAST – EP 80 – AS OFERTAS POUCO QUALIFICADAS

Dodgers Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 47:32


Thiago Cordeiro (@Thiagonanoite) e Fernando Franca (@DodgersdaMassa) comentam a premiação de Cy Young, Gold Glove e Silver Slugger nesta offseason, os casos de Kershaw, Seager e CT3 e a contratação de Andre Heaney! Ouça e compartilhe com seus amigos!

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast
Qualifying Offers- Is King Kersh Leaving? Free Agents The Other Boys In Blue are Interested In

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 53:58


Join The Other Boys In Blue as we discuss the Qualifying Offers that were given to certain players and that were NOT given to an integral member of our team. Also, the Boys discuss the Free Agents that we are interested in and of course, the Hater Alert is back! All of that and MORE on The Other Boys In Blue- A Baseball Podcast  Audio Credit: MLB

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk (10-23-21)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 67:10


DV takes your calls and talks to Ned after the Dodgers are eliminated by the Braves in Game 6 of the NLCS. We also hear postgame interviews from Mookie, CT3, Seager, and Kenley.

Benches Cleared
Ep 92 - Dodgers live to see another day! Will history repeat itself?

Benches Cleared

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 34:17


Dodgers win game 5 on the back of CT3! 3 bombs and the rest of the offense comes alive. we discuss the series so far and look ahead to game 6 and hopefully game 7!

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast
Game 3 & 4 NLDS Reaction

The Other Boy's In Blue- A Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 32:57


Join The Other Boys In Blue as we react to Games 3 & 4 of the NLDS against the hated ones. Also, we talk about the other LDS series going on around the league.      Audio Clip Credit: MLB    

GB2RS
RSGB GB2RS News Bulletin for August 22nd 2021.

GB2RS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 11:35


GB2RS News Sunday 22nd August 2021 The news headlines: Latest Convention details released Members' free entry to Bletchley resumes Megacycle Ride reaches northern Scotland The RSGB has announced further details of its online Convention, which will be held on Saturday the 9th of October. The event will be streamed live on the Society's YouTube channel. Dan, M0WUT will be focusing on hand-soldering techniques that will allow you to tackle all but the most challenging of components. If levels of interference at home are a problem, Michael, G0POT will look at taking your station out into the countryside and how to make it effective. Whether you're new to amateur radio or have been enjoying it for years, do put the 9th of October in your diary. You can find more information at rsgb.org/convention. The RSGB is delighted that it can now resume its RSGB Members' free entry voucher for Bletchley Park, which also gives entry to the RSGB National Radio Centre. Visitor arrangements have changed and you will need to pre-book a date and time slot for your visit via the Bletchley Park website. You will need your visitor ticket and your RSGB entry voucher to hand in when you arrive. Please follow carefully the instructions on the RSGB website at rsgb.org/bpvoucher so you can enjoy your visit to Bletchley Park and the RSGB NRC. Kevin, G0PEK and Lauren, 2E0HLR commenced their Megacycle 2021 ride at the start of August and have now reached the North of Scotland. This weekend they are active using GB5CWL at Cape Wrath. They plan to finish their cycling challenge on Thursday the 26th of August. While radio activity has been limited during the ride, they have been using the challenge to raise funds for the RNLI. For more information look for Megacycle DXpedition on Facebook. Part two of the BATC Convention will take place on the 16th of October. It will be a day of free online talks about amateur television. More information is at batc.org.uk. The International Air Ambulance Week will take place between the 4th and the 12th of September 2021. The event covers two weekends, giving amateurs a great chance to get involved. Details can be found at radio-amateur-events.org. The National Museum of Computing on the Bletchley Park site will be holding another Electrojumble on Sunday the 19th of September from 11 am to 3 pm. Although entry to the event is free, admission will be by pre-booked ticket. For more detailed information and booking details please visit tnmoc.org. The QSL Bureau sub-manager for the G4T-Z group has retired. A replacement volunteer to distribute cards to this active sub-group is urgently needed. If you have time, a little space, some basic computer skills plus the desire to help your fellow members, the bureau would like to hear from you. You can find out more by emailing QSL@rsgb.org.uk. And now for details of rallies and events Before travelling to any rally or event, please check the event's website as there may be alterations or cancellations due to the current restrictions. Today, the 22nd, a Grand Field Day Out will be held at Willesborough Windmill, Ashford, just off M20 junction 10. As previously publicised the Milton Keynes ARS Rally, originally due to be held on the 29th of August, is cancelled. The organisers look forward to welcoming visitors again in 2022. The Organising Team & Club Committee of the Torbay Amateur Radio Society are very pleased to be able to confirm that the annual communications rally is going ahead this year on the 29th of August. The event is being held at the Newton Abbot Racecourse site. Further details are at tars.org.uk. The Huntingdonshire ARS Rally will take place on bank holiday Monday, the 30th, at Ernulf Academy, St Neots PE19 2SH. More at hunts-hams.co.uk. Now the DX news Elvira, IV3FSG will be active as 5X3R from Uganda until the 2nd of September. QSL via IK2DUW direct; the log will be uploaded to Club Log. A team will be active as EJ7NET from Gola Island, IOTA reference EU-121, until the 25th of August. They will operate CW, SSB and FT8 on the 80 to 6m bands. QSL via EI6FR, direct only. Pasi, OH3WS will be active as OJ0WS from Market Reef, EU-053, until the 28th of August. He will operate CW only. QSL via the bureau to OH3WS. Bill, K9HZ will be active as J68HZ from St. Lucia, NA-108 until the 8th of November. He operates FT8, CW and SSB. QSL via Logbook of The World, which is preferred, eQSL or direct to K9HZ. He will also upload his log to Club Log. Now the Special Event news Today, the 22nd is the final day of the International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend. Many lighthouses, lightships and associated places will be activated for this annual event. Moray Firth Amateur Radio Society will be operating as GB0CSL from the Covesea Skerries Lighthouse, Lossiemouth, with the kind permission of the lighthouse trustees. GB0ELH will be active from near the Beachy Head Lighthouse. North Bristol Amateur Radio Club will run GB0AVL from Avonmouth Community centre, close to the Avonmouth Lights. Today, the 22nd, members of Colchester Radio Amateurs are operating GB0BRO to support the reopening of the British Resistance Organisation Museum. Activity will be on 80, 30 and 20m SSB, FT8 digital and PSK31. The Shropshire Linux User Group is celebrating 30 years of the Linux operating system with GB4TUX from the 4th of September. The call will be activated from the Telford Hamfest on the 5th of September. Now the contest news When operating in contests, please keep yourself and fellow amateurs safe by following any government recommendations during the pandemic. August is the month of the traditional summer holiday so there are no RSGB HF contests this month. On Tuesday the SHF UK Activity Contest runs from 1830 to 2130UTC. Using all modes on the 2.3 to 10GHz bands, the exchange is signal report, serial number and locator. Next weekend is the World Wide Digi DX contest. It runs from 1200UTC on the 29th to 1200UTC on the 30th. It uses FT4 and FT8 on the 1.8 to 28MHz contest bands. The exchange is your 4-character locator. Next Sunday, the 29th, the UK Microwave group contest runs from 0600 to 1800UTC. Using all modes on the 5.7 and 10GHz bands, the exchange is signal report, serial number and locator. Now the radio propagation report, compiled by G0KYA, G3YLA & G4BAO on Friday the 20th of August. We had another week of low sunspot numbers but generally settled geomagnetic conditions. The solar flux index generally stayed in the range of 73-75, which is nothing to get too excited about. The Kp index hit a maximum of three but was more often at zero or one. Maximum usable frequencies over a 3,000km path have struggled to exceed 18MHz during daylight hours and 14MHz has probably been more usable. Thirty metres, and sometimes 20 metres, have remained open long after dark, but we are seeing those bands closing earlier as we leave Summer and head towards Autumn. But this does mean that we are also heading for an upturn in ionospheric propagation as the chemical make-up of the ionosphere changes from molecular to atomic components, which are easier to ionise. Next week, NOAA predicts more of the same, with a solar flux index in the range 72-74. It also predicts a rise in the Kp index to four on Tuesday the 24th, which could see MUFs decline. This may be due to a high-speed stream from a coronal hole, stretching down towards the solar equator and currently rotating into an Earth-facing position. It's the North American SSB QSO party this weekend, so perhaps a good opportunity for a trans-Atlantic phone contact. Again, 20 metres would be best during daylight hours, with an occasional opening on 15 metres. And now the VHF and up propagation news. Last week's spell of indifferent summer weather partially supported Tropo conditions due to a weak ridge close to southern areas, but it remained more unsettled in the northwest. This Tropo saw a few stations in Southern England managing to launch signals into the almost ever-present Tropo ducting down to the Canaries caused by the Azores High phenomenon. Even some lucky stations east of the Meridian in JO02 square worked the 3,000km or so path to the Canaries and Madeira, EA8 and CT3 respectively, on 144MHz FT8. This is very rare on Tropo alone and usually is the privilege of stations much further south and west. Early in the coming week, a high-pressure area is signalled to return to northern areas initially, with improving Tropo prospects soon extending to the whole country in the early part of next week. Some models suggest the return of low pressure towards the end of the week, with some rain scatter to be had from this on the microwave bands. There have been a few Sporadic-E examples continuing into the second half of August and, although becoming harder to find now, it is still worth checking the clusters and beacons. Last week, some activity on 10m even extended well past midnight. We are still close to the broad-peaked Perseids meteor shower, so continue to monitor for improved meteor scatter conditions. The shower radiant might still enhance the usual peak of random meteors around dawn. Moon declination goes positive again on Wednesday so we'll see lengthening Moon windows and higher peak Moon elevation as the week progresses. Path losses will rise steadily as the Moon goes out to apogee, its farthest point from Earth, a week on Monday, the 30th. And that's all from the propagation team this week.  

Royal College of Anaesthetists
35: RCoA 2021 Curriculum podcast - episode 1

Royal College of Anaesthetists

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 33:38


In this podcast Dr Oli Pratt puts the difficult questions about the curriculum to Dr Chris Carey and Dr Andy Whallett. Why do we have to have a new curriculum? Why did we change the structure of the training programme? Will there be enough CT3 posts? How is transition to be managed for LTFT anaesthetists in training? This is episode 1 in a series of 3 podcasts on the 2021 Anaesthetics Curriculum

Dodgers Cast
DODGERS CAST – EP 60 – SÉRIE CONTRA ASTROS E AS EXPECTATIVAS PARA AGOSTO

Dodgers Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 46:16


Thiago Cordeiro ( @CastDodgers ) e Gui de Lucca ( @Guidelucca ) chegam pra comentar a série mais esperada do mês, contra o Houston Astros e também o que esperar da “Freeway Series” contra o Angels! Tem ainda o “fenômeno” AJ Pollock, as últimas da vinda de Scherzer e Trea Turner, CT3 quente e os problemas de Cody Bellinger. Ouça e compartilhe com seus amigos!

Beautiful Illusions
EP 16 - Partisan Pizza

Beautiful Illusions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 71:43


Visit our website BeautifulIllusions.org for a complete set of show notes and links to almost everything discussed in this episodeSelected References:2:12 - The “Big Mac” pizza is one of of many “Gourmet Pizzas” served at Illiano's Pizza & Italian Cuisine in Middletown, CT3:45 - See “The Definitive Guide to New Haven Pizza”, the “New Haven-style pizza” Wikipedia entry, and the website for Frank Pepe's Pizzeria Napoletana4:05 - I'm currently using Andrew Janigan's updated version for NYC Thin-Crust Pizza Dough, which is terrific, and for more detail about the process check out his three part series on dough and baking pizzas5:21 - See “The History of Pizza” (CNN Travel, 2021)8:15 - For more on pizza styles see “Do You Know These Regional Pizza Styles?” (Serious Eats, 2018)8:40 - See Adam Kuban's current site, Famous Original Slice, and this profile from Serious Eats where he mentions, among other things, his pizza cognition theory10:00 - See “Chefs Weigh In: Is Chicago Deep Dish Pizza Really Pizza?” (Eater, 2014), “Why Deep Dish Can't Be Considered Pizza in a Court of Law” (Thrillist, 2016), and the Wikipedia entry on Chicago-Style Pizza12:10 - See “What Is a Controlled Experiment?” (ThoughtCo, 2019)17:53 - The Yale repertory Theatre18:54 - See “How the Difference Between Your Experiencing Self and Your Remembering Self Shapes Your Happiness” (Brainpickings, 2011) and watch “Daniel Kahneman: The Riddle of Experience Vs. Memory” (TED, 2010)19:02 - Listen to Beautiful Illusions Episode 14 - Talkin' Baseball Stories & Beautiful Illusions from May 202123:54 - See the Jimi Hendrix Wikipedia entry, bio from JimiHendrix.com, “Jimi Hendrix' use of distortion to extend the performance vocabulary of the electric guitar” (Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1998), “100 Greatest Guitarist lists” from Rolling Stone (Hendrix comes in at #1) and Guitar World (Hendrix comes in at #2), and watch his legendary Woodstock performance of “The Star Spangled Banner” (YouTube)25:21 - Watch Jimi Hendrix play acoustically and listen to an acoustic jam session from 196828:42 - Molecular gastronomy29:05 - See “Modern Art: History and Concepts” (The Art Story) and the “Modern Art” Wikipedia entry29:40 - See “Pumpkin Spice Is Overrated and We Need to Talk About It” (Eating Well, 2019) and the “Pumpkin Pie Spice” Wikipedia entry29:58 - See “Why do so many people find pineapple on pizza offensive?” (GoodFood, 2019) and the “Hawaiian Pizza” Wikipedia entry32:29 - J. Kenji Lopez-Alt (official site) and bio from Serious Eats36:50 - See “The Happiness Benefits of Trying New Things” (The Atlantic, 2021)38:40 - The Big Five Personality Traits40:37 - The Epic of Gilgamesh40:48 - For more on the long history of bread see “14,000-Year-Old Piece Of Bread Rewrites The History Of Baking And Farming” (NPR, 2018), “Who Invented Bread?” (LiveScience, 2018), the “History of Bread” Wikipedia entry, “Why San Francisco does sourdough best” (BBC Travel, 2020), and “What Makes San Francisco Sourdough Unique?” (KQED, 2017)43:16 - Watch Mihaly Csikszentmihaly's TED Talk “Flow, The Secret To Happiness”46:18 - See “Stream Jimmy Montague's horn-fueled, '70s-inspired new album ‘Casual Use'” (Brooklyn Vegan, 2021) and visit the album's Bandcamp page47:50 - Listen to Beautiful Illusions Episode 02 - Our Back Pages from September 2020 where Jeff and Darron discuss their long-standing obsession with Bob Dylan51:50 - See “Category Learning in the Brain” (Annual Review of Neuroscience, 2010) and “How the brain forms categories” (ScienceDaily, 2012)54:35 - The new Yankee Stadium opened in 2009 and “our version” of Yankee Stadium was actually the renovated version of the original stadium built in 192355:09 - See “A Guide to Italian Certifications” (Eataly) and “DOP Foods of Italy: What They Are, and How to Find Them” (Walks of Italy)56:55 - See the “Neopolitan pizza” Wikipedia entry and the website of the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, an association set up in 1984 to preserve the Neapolitan pizza tradition and their 14-page document outlining the requirements for certification59:38 - See the “Carbonara” Wikipedia entry, “Watch Michelin-Starred Chefs Cook Carbonara” (Fine Dining Lovers, 2017), “Smoky Tomato Carbonara” (New York Times, 2021), “'Stop this madness': NYT angers Italians with 'smoky tomato carbonara' recipe” (The Guardian, 2021), “New York Times' Tomato Carbonara Recipe (Rightly) Causes International Incident” (The Daily Beast, 2021), and pre-dating the recent controversy “Italian Icons: Carbonara, a Squabble Recipe” (Find Dining Lovers, 2015) and “Carbonara Purists Can't Stop the Pasta Revolution” (The New Yorker, 2016)1:01:09 - Listen to Beautiful Illusions Episode 06 - What We Talk About When We Talk About Politics from November 2020 and Beautiful Illusions Episode 13 - What We Talk About When We Talk About Politics Part 2: Just the Facts from April 20211:01:15 - James Madison: A Biography by Ralph Ketcham1:02:10 - Madison lays out his views on a large diverse republic in Federalist No. 10, see the Wikipedia entry as well1:03:00 - See “Aristotle's Ethics: The Doctrine of the Mean” (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)1:07:45 - See “The Jefferson Dinner” (JeffersonDinner.org)1:07:50 - Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain by Lisa Feldman BarrettThis episode was recorded in June 2021The “Beautiful Illusions Theme” was performed by Darron Vigliotti (guitar) and Joseph Vigliotti (drums), and was written and recorded by Darron Vigliotti

Dodging Sleep - A UK Dodgers Podcast
CT3: A Taylor-made all-star?

Dodging Sleep - A UK Dodgers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 54:01


This week, the guys take a look back at the last couple of weeks for the Dodgers, make a case for CT3 becoming an All-star, question the unwritten rules of baseball and look at the week ahead for the reigning, defending, and undisputed World Series Champion Dodgers!

Locked On Dodgers – Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Dodgers
Back Pain, Missing Bats, and Trent Grisham's Punchable Face

Locked On Dodgers – Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Dodgers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 27:59


Zach McKinstry and Chris Taylor were both late scratches from Thursday's lineup, both due to lower back soreness. They were missed, but the Padres' bats weren't when Blake Treinen was pitching. Jeff is here to talk about ZMac and CT3, along with some numbers detailing how much more effective Treinen is when he's missing bats and why nights like Thursday are going to happen when he isn't. Finally, Jeff talks about the value of a punchable face to a rivalry and why Trent Grisham is important in that way if this is going to turn into a real rivalry. Locked On Dodgers, the daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers with hosts Jeff Snider and Vince Samperio, is part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Be sure to subscribe to Locked On Dodgers in the Himalaya podcast app or wherever you get your podcasts, and come back every weekday morning and spend your morning commute with two of the biggest Dodger fans you'll ever meet. Thanks for listening, and tell your friends! Listen to The Ultimate Mock Draft 2021 presented by Audacy and the Locked On Podcast Network. April 19th-26th. Follow the feed today!Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order.BetOnline AGThere is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKED15 for your 50% welcome bonus.Rock AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast
Episode 181 – Bauer's Dodger Debut, Kenley's Near Immaculate, Gavin Lux's Job to Lose, & More | Blue Heaven Podcast

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 61:32


Spring training is underway and the Dodgers are already the best team in baseball! Embellishment aside, over the first pair of Cactus League games, the boys in blue have looked locked in on all sides of the ball. Moreover, Monday marked the highly anticipated Dodger debut for Trevor Bauer. The guys break down what they saw out of the right-hander in game one and some of the things fans should be excited for team-wise with the 2020 Cy Young award winner. Next, Kenley Jansen looked dominant in his first outing of the spring, falling one strike short of an immaculate inning. Could it be a sign of things to come or will it be closer to fool's gold? In the second act of the show, Clint and Brook dig into Gavin Lux and how important of a spring this is after his down 2020. A conversation between Lux and Dave Vassegh of Dodger Talk help fuel the chat. (Special shout out to am570 for the content!) Finally, DJ Peters, CT3, deadened baseballs, and more! Use our promo code BLUEHEAVEN at manscaped.com for 20% and free shipping today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talk Supes and CEOs
2.14 The changing face of professional development with Dr. Johnnie Thomas

Talk Supes and CEOs

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2021 41:08


Dr. Johnnie Thomas, superintendent of Rich Township 227 School District in IL and Max Brooks, VP of District Partnerships at CT3 join Doug to talk about the changing nature of PD and some of the progressive decisions Rich Township began making a few years ago to address the achievement gap and how that early work will support their students and community through the post-pandemic recovery period. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Trombone Corner
Trombone Corner #11 - Timothy Higgins

The Trombone Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 58:16


Timothy Higgins was appointed to the position of Principal Trombone of the San Francisco Symphony by Michael Tilson Thomas in 2008. He was previously the acting Second Trombonist with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, DC.  Mr. Higgins, a Houston native, has a Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance from Northwestern University and has performed with the Chicago Symphony, New York Philharmonic, Milwaukee Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Music of the Baroque, Aspen Music Festival, Grand Teton Music Festival, Sun Valley Summer Symphony, Washington National Opera, and Baltimore Symphony.  His principal teachers have been Michael Mulcahy (Chicago Symphony), Michael Warny (Houston Grand Opera), and Royce Landon (Des Moines, Iowa).  He has participated in music festivals with the Roundtop Music Festival, the National Repertory Orchestra, and the Tanglewood Music Center. Along with a busy orchestra career, Timothy Higgins is a sought after arranger of music.  He was the sole arranger of the National Brass Ensemble’s Gabrieli recording. Additionally, he has arranged music for CT3 Trombone Quartet, National Brass Quintet, Bay Brass, and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Brass Ensemble.  Timothy Higgins has also composed works for brass instruments in solo and chamber settings. His arrangements and compositions have been performed by the Washington Symphonic Brass, the Bay Brass, the San Francisco Symphony brass section, the Chicago Symphony brass section, the Los Angeles Philharmonic brass section, and numerous university brass ensembles. His arrangements and original compositions are available through his publishing company, 415Music. As a teacher, Timothy been a faculty member of the Pokorny Seminar since 2012, and is currently on faculty at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and Northwestern University. He has also led masterclasses in Japan, China, Canada and the United States, including classes at the Royal Conservatory in Toronto, the New World Symphony, Vanderbilt University, the Manhattan School of Music, and the Juilliard School of Music. In 2005, Timothy won the Robert Marsteller Solo trombone competition, as well as the ITA Trombone Quartet competition with CT3.  While attending the Tanglewood Music Center, Mr. Higgins was awarded the Grace B. Upton Award for Outstanding Fellow. In 2013, Timothy released his solo CD, Stage Left. Learn more about Timothy Higgins at www.415music.com. The show notes for this episode are at www.bobreeves.com/blog/timothy-higgins-trombone-interview/. This podcast is sponsored by The Brass Ark (www.brassark.com) and Bob Reeves Brass (www.bobreeves.com). 

Her Success Story
Creating a Culture Where All Voices Matter

Her Success Story

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 31:04


Kristyn Borrero Website: https://www.ct3education.com/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ct3/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CT3Ed  Twitter: https://twitter.com/CT3Education  Dr. Kristyn Klei Borrero is recognized as a leading national expert in culturally relevant pedagogy, educator professional development, and leadership coaching. Her work in the area of coaching for empowered/asset-based mindsets has transformed the careers of thousands of educators. Kristyn co-founded CT3 in 2009 after having led the research and development of No-Nonsense Nurturer and Real Time Teacher Coaching, widely recognized as two of the most innovative and transformative professional development models in education today. As the CEO of CT3 for more than a decade, Kristyn built a best-in-class team of educators and operations specialists to set CT3 apart from all other professional development organizations. For the last 25 years, Kristyn has committed herself to improving the education of students in traditionally disenfranchised schools as a classroom teacher, principal, area superintendent, and founder of CT3. Prior to founding CT3, Kristyn proved herself to be an accomplished educational leader and coach who has an unparalleled ability to make a profound difference in the professional lives of educators. As an educational leader, Kristyn spent more than a decade leading turnaround initiatives for underperforming schools in Oakland and East Palo Alto, California. She propelled schools under her supervision to significantly exceed all state academic benchmarks, organizational fundraising and financial goals, teacher retention rates, and family and student satisfaction ratings. Kristyn’s first book, Every Student, Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer Approach to Reaching All Learners, is available to order. Kristyn has been featured in Education Week Teacher, Reader’s Digest, IdeaMensch, The Ed Podcast, StartEdUp, Leader of Learning, Reframe, and Ellevate (episode #219) podcasts. She is also a noted contributor to national education blogs, trade journals, and news media. Kristyn holds a doctorate in education leadership from the University of California, Berkeley, and enjoys cooking and traveling to “big wave” surf spots with her husband.  Kristyn is available for speaking engagements, panel discussions, keynote addresses, and strategic planning/partnership support.  In this episode, we discuss: You don’t get to have complaints unless you offer solutions The culture of coaching in education The benefit of coaching leaders Why coaches have coaches Why you need the outside perspective The right way to do accountability What makes a great coach Planning through the pandemic The value of transparency and communication through a pandemic The benefit all approach Communication past, present, and future

All in the Dodger Family
It's the FINAL COUNT DOWN ... do do do dooo, do do doot doot do!!!

All in the Dodger Family

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 45:12


Heading into the LAST WEEK of 2020 season, C19 blip, we're going to the PLAYOFFS!, Caleb F won't be, SD tryin to be sneaky, MOOKIE, Will Smith Belli, and CT3 prob had the best week, C K and Tony G the rest of the pitchers and Kenley J, ,.!.. Manfred, PULLY!!!, CONGRATZ Zach McKinstry, who went two for four in his first career start Sunday against the Rockies Meet YOU, greet YOU ... THANK YOU FREEMORE for the ALL in the Dodger Family Theme song xxx unh unh unh ooo

Dodger Talk
9/19 Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2020 6:00


David Vassegh talks to beloved Dodgers player CT3.

GetYourNewsOnWithRon
Green Party Kept Off Ballot In WI, Taken To Court In PA w/ Justin Paglino (CT-3)

GetYourNewsOnWithRon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2020 62:48


Justin Paglino is a Doctor and Congressional Candidate (CT-3) with the Green Party. We discuss the recent ballot access issues Greens have had in WI, PA, what needs to happen for 3rd parties to be viable in the US and why it is so difficult.  

All in the Dodger Family
NEVER too EARLY for a VICTORY lap

All in the Dodger Family

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 44:39


MOOKIE and COREY continue to SHINE, CK!!!, Bullpen struggles, INF singles, hello NEW guy/ tall dude from TOR, YA CAN'T see the shift on the TV, CT3, UMPS still be suckin', GREATEST non Dodger and not against the Dodger's WS moment, the Dodger time machine goes back to Sept 1965 for a Koufax gem. Mike Trout and the NUMBER of THE BEAST!*** CONGRATZ to JT for being our 2020 Roberto Clemente Award Dodger Nominee ***NYY are still better than the Met's but that's not saying muchIt was a MESSY night. After the recording of this episode ... we left a metric SHIT TON of runners on base vs AZ and Kenley then scared the LIVING SHIT out of us in the bottom of the 10th but we still WON!!! So all is good ... right?! 2 LA - 1 HouThank YOU ... FREEMORE for the kickass jams!

All in the Dodger Family
We're a 1/4 of the way there

All in the Dodger Family

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2020 53:43


CT3 and the throw that saved the series - NO love for the Astros in OakTOWN and we LOVE it! - Our bullpen is holdin it down but our starters still have some stretching out to do - Mookie starting to heat up - Joe Kelly and Corey out of the line up - FILTHY birds - The Possum's got a bad digit - Who's faster than Joc? We had to record on Monday due to some family traveling.THANK you and welcome back https://www.purple-planet.com Purple Planet for the tunes

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast
Episode 124 – Beginning of the End | Blue Heaven Podcast

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2020 61:11


The first official 2020 season pitch from MLB and club owners to players fell flat on its face on Tuesday. As expected, money was the big sticking point. Still, the Dodgers proved to be smart enough financially while other clubs are throwing in the towel. Yes, LA agreed to continue to pay all club employees (understandably some with cuts) while other teams turn to furloughs and layoffs. With all that, we know that this final week of May is more important than any of the previous 10 or so weeks combined. ...can baseball figure it out? CT3 spilled the beans and let fans know that Dodger Stadium is now open to players, offering a glimmer of hope at a crucial time. Also on the show, the fifth Dodgers Zoom Party was a bit lacking but still provided some fun tidbits. For example, Dodger president of baseball ops Andrew Friedman is apparently a fan of Dodgers Nation merch. Additionally, the guys discussed some of the best trades in recent Dodger history before catching up on a non-baseball topic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast
Episode 107 - Micheladas for Mookie | Blue Heaven Podcast

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2020 61:34


Dodgers players are falling left and right thanks to "general soreness". We explore if we should be at all concerned about the various issues plaguing LA. Plus the Driveline Baseball experience has spread amongst Dodger pitchers... and it looks promising. On today's show: Sore Spring Training Justin Turner Discusses His Contract Top 100 Prospects The Driveline Impact So Far And More!!! Joc is out Jimmy Nelson and Dustin May are shutting it down, CT3 missed time... what's in the water at Camelback Ranch? Clint and Brook talk about worry surrounding the ailing Dodgers, and if it should be a cause for concern by opening day. Justin Turner is in the last year of his contract and we discuss what comes after this in season in blue for the red head. If JT moves on, who steps in at third base? Options are identified before Brook looks at Dodgers in the top-100 MLB prospects, according to Keith Law. Before answering some questions from the internet, LA pitches have adopted some Driveline Baseball methodology to their game plan... and it appears to be working. Could there be a true resurgence for Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dodger Talk
9/24 Dodgers IF/OF Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2019 6:04


The Other Side of Weight Loss
Circadian T3 Method & Pituitary Dysfunction with Paul Robinson

The Other Side of Weight Loss

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2019 62:10


The Advanced Thyroid Series Paul is a thyroid patient who became ill with hypothyroidism in his late 20s. At first, Paul, was put on the most common thyroid treatment - Levothyroxine (also known as Synthroid or T4). However, the majority of his symptoms remained, much like they do for many on T4-therapy. Over time he became even more ill, with both low cortisol and low thyroid symptoms. His scientific background enabled him to fight through the morass of misinformation and recover his health. He has accumulated a wealth of knowledge on thyroid and adrenal dysfunction. He was eventually able to recover using T3-only replacement therapy. He has written 3 books: The Thyroid Patients Manual, Recovering with T3 and The CT3M Handbook. In this episode: Paul's own story of recovering from Hashimotos. The ripple effect of having hypothyroidism to not just your own health but also to the people around you. The downfall of our own medical system and taking matters into your own hands.  T3 versus T4 Why some people need T3 only How your labs can look normal but you are still hypothyroid Reasons for Reverse T3 The importance of paying attention to patients response to medication not just labs. The relationship between cortisol and thyroid within the cells How Paul developed the CT3 method How the Ct3 method works Watch the interview on our YouTube channel! Purchase your home hormone test kit here! Join My Primal Plan and get started with an autoimmune, paleo or ketogenic meal planning program.  Start your membership to the OnTrack group coaching program to help you balance your hormones, and lose weight.   Karen Martel Nutrition

Dodger Talk
8/21 Dodgers IF/OF Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2019 5:49


Leader of Learning
No-Nonsense Nurturing in Education with Kristyn Klei Borrero

Leader of Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2019 28:38


Episode 48In episode 48, I interviewed Dr. Kristyn Klei Borrero (@KKB_CT3), educator, author, CEO and co-founder of CT3. Kristyn is the author of “Every Student, Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer® Approach to Reaching All Learners.” We discussed what it means to be a no-nonsense nurturer, real-time coaching, and coaching with intentionality.For more information about this episode or to catch up on past episodes of the Leader Of Learning podcast, visit https://www.leaderoflearning.com.To connect with the guest:Website - https://www.ct3education.com/Twitter - https://twitter.com/KKB_CT3To connect with the host, Dan Kreiness:Twitter - https://twitter.com/dkreinessPersonal Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dkreinessPodcast Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leaderoflearningFacebook Profile - http://www.facebook.com/dkreinessFacebook Page - www.facebook.com/leaderoflearningEmail - dan@leaderoflearning.com

Leader of Learning
No-Nonsense Nurturing in Education with Kristyn Klei Borrero

Leader of Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2019 28:38


Episode 48In episode 48, I interviewed Dr. Kristyn Klei Borrero (@KKB_CT3), educator, author, CEO and co-founder of CT3. Kristyn is the author of “Every Student, Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer® Approach to Reaching All Learners.” We discussed what it means to be a no-nonsense nurturer, real-time coaching, and coaching with intentionality.For more information about this episode or to catch up on past episodes of the Leader Of Learning podcast, visit https://www.leaderoflearning.com.To connect with the guest:Website - https://www.ct3education.com/Twitter - https://twitter.com/KKB_CT3To connect with the host, Dan Kreiness:Twitter - https://twitter.com/dkreinessPersonal Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dkreinessPodcast Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leaderoflearningFacebook Profile - http://www.facebook.com/dkreinessFacebook Page - www.facebook.com/leaderoflearningEmail - dan@leaderoflearning.com

Reframe from Miami University
No-Nonsense Nurturing With Kristyn Klei Borrero & Noah Borrero | Ep.56

Reframe from Miami University

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2019 27:51


Kristyn Klei Borrero is the CEO and co-founder of CT3, which is now used by K-12 schools across the country to help teachers quickly connect with young learners. She is also the author of the new book, Every Student, Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer Approach to Reaching All Learners. Noah Borrero is a full professor of teacher education at the University of San Francisco and an associate with CT3. Both Kristyn and Noah are also graduates of Miami University, and they joined us here to talk about the work and mission of CT3, how it's challenging several long-standing educational paradigms, and more. Music: Tech Toys by Lee Rosevere.

Dodger Talk
5/21 Dodgers IF/OF Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2019 5:48


Dodger Talk
5/8 Dodgers IF/OF Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2019 5:38


Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast
Episode 55 – Cody Thoughts | Blue Heaven Podcast

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2019 69:48


Thanks to Cody and the Dodgers, these podcasts keep getting more jam packed! On today's show: - An exclusive chat with the newest Dodger, Matt Beaty - Cody Bellinger, you are ridiculous (with Rick Krajewski!) - Month one concerns - A look at some polls - Visiting Manny in SD Clint has an opportunity to chat with the newest Dodger Matt Beaty about his first day in the big leagues. Check out the full interview on our YouTube page! Brook and Clint are blown away with the month that Cody Bellinger put up in April. Clint enlists Dodgers stat man Rick Krajewski to break some of them down. For of that full conversation, visit our YouTube page! Not Everything is Dandy in Dodger Land AJ Pollock hit the IL. CT3 continues to get playing time, and struggle with it. Plus Corey Seager's struggles are beginning to amplify. Brook breaks down the latest poll results from social media before the guys offer up a little series preview from the upcoming set against the Padres in San Diego. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dodger Talk
3/6 Dodgers IF/OF Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 5:54


ASCO Daily News
Key Takeaways from the 2019 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium with Dr. Stephen Leong

ASCO Daily News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2019 12:59


 Key Takeaways from the 2019 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium with Dr. Stephen Leong   The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement. Welcome to the ASCO Daily News podcast. I'm Lauren Davis, and joining me today is Dr. Stephen Long, associate editor of ASCO Daily News. Dr. Long is associate professor in the division of medical oncology and is a translational researcher in the GI and developmental therapeutics programs at the University of Colorado Cancer Center. Dr. Long, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure to be here. Dr. Long, you've just returned from the Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium. How was this year's event compared with previous years? First of all, I love you GI ASCO. I always find it informative. And I love the format of the talks and presentation. This year there was no significant practice changing presentations like in years past. However, there were still some excellent presentations and talks. And what were some of the presentations that stood out to you? There were some reports of a couple of clinical trials that sort of intrigued me. One was KEYNOTE-181. This was a phase III study comparing pembrolizumab monotherapy versus standard chemotherapy in patients with local events and metastatic esophageal cancer in the second line setting. They reported a significant improvement in overall survival in patients with PD-L1 combined positive score of greater than 10. And these patients received 9.3 months overall survival compared to 6.7 months for those who received [INAUDIBLE] choice of chemotherapy, which then consists of paclitaxel, docetaxel, or irinotecan. In addition, pembrolizumab was better tolerated and had a better safety profile. What made it really intriguing was of the total 628 patients that were enrolled in the trial, 64% of them had squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus, which is unusual, especially in a phase II setting. And even though the study had a statistic overall survival benefit, in the squamous cell carcinoma cohort, there was a non-statistical trend in overall survival of 8.2 months versus 7.1 respectively. Pembrolizumab did boost the objective response rate compared with chemotherapy in the PD-L1 CPS greater than 10 and a response rate of 21.5% versus 6.1%. And then squamous cell carcinoma, it was 16.7% versus 7.4%. That leads to a whole bunch of questions. One, should we improve our PD-L1 scoring by including a CPX score greater than 10 and making our predictions based off that? In addition, should pembrolizumab expand its indications to include squamous cell carcinoma, since presently in the United States, pembrolizumab is only approved for adenocarcinoma. Also, there were the reports of the phase II ROAR study, which was looking at biliary tract cancers with BRAF V600E activating mutations. And these patients received a combination of dabrafenib, a BRAF inhibitor, and trametinib, a MEK inhibitor. There were 33 patients. And they had an objective response rate of 42%. All of them with partial responses. And 7 of the 14 patients with responses had the responses lasting more than six months. And adding those with stable disease, they had reported a disease control rate of 88%. They looked at survival data. And the median progression free survival in this cohort was 9.2 months with an overall survival of 11.7 months. And to put this into context, usually second line biliary tract cancers we rarely ever see survival being more than five months. And these PFS and overall survival is very comparable to the first line setting for gemcitabine cisplatin, where the original study showed a PFS of eight months and overall survival of 11.7 months. So this potentially could be another treatment option for people with V600E biliary tract cancers. And then there were the preliminary results of a single phase II study at Memorial Sloan Kettering, which was evaluating pembrolizumab in conjunction with trastuzumab HER2 antibody with CAPOX and those with HER2 positive metastatic esophageal gastric adenocarcinoma. They had 32 patients with the overall response rate of 87%. They reported three CRs and 25 partial responses. And then when you factor in the stable disease, they had 100% disease control rate. And all the patients had some degree of tumor regression. The PFS were 11.4 months with an overall survival having not been met after six months. This is extremely exciting, and this has already led to the development of a global phase III study, which will be known as KEYNOTE-811. That's great. That sounds very promising. Were there any research presentations that you were interested in? Oh, yeah. There was a lot of great preclinical work. One of the most intriguing was in pancreatic cancer, where the Canadians did a study known as COMPASS, where they took advanced pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma, and these patients underwent whole genome sequencing, as well as RNA sequencing of their tumors, prior to the initiation of first line chemotherapy with either modified FOLFIRINOX or gemcitabine and abraxane. Treatment outcomes were then compared to their molecular characteristics. The data suggests that chemotherapy differs depending on the transcription features of the tumor. So for example, the best survival data came out of those patients with the classical ductal adenocarcinoma subtype that were treated with FOLFIRINOX. And they had a median survival of 7.17 months. And when they were compared to the basal-like subtypes and were treated with FOLFIRINOX, they had a median progression free survival of 2.5 months. Now, patients with the basal-like subtype actually had a better response to gemcitabine and abraxane, which had a PFS of 5.65 months compared to the classical subtype, where they had median progression free survival of 4.93 months. So in summary, those with the basal-like subtype actually had a resistance for FOLFIRINOX. In addition, the researchers also mentioned that GATA6 RNA expression significantly correlates to the PDAC classic and basal-like molecular subtype. So it could actually be used as a marker in determining subtypes. And all this put together means that we could potentially identify patients who have a better chance of responding to FOLFIRINOX versus gem abraxane in the first line setting in pancreatic cancer. And obviously there needs to be more work to validate this, but this actually is quite intriguing. Also, there was data from the amino scoring testing, which was looking at its test in high risk stage 2 colorectal cancer patients. And for those who are not familiar, patients with stage colon cancer have a poor prognostic if they had a T4 disease, had fewer than 12 lymph nodes removed, had a point differentiation subtype, and also had evidence of vascular emboli, lymphovascular invasion, perineural invasion, or actually had a presentation of bowel obstruction or bowel perforation. And these patients are often offered adjuvant chemotherapy following curative resection due to their high risk of recurrence. The amino score test measures the density of CT3 positive T cells, as well as cytotoxic CDH cells within and surrounding the tumor to gauge the strength of the host immune response at a tumor site. So therefore a high amino score indicates a high anti-tumor immunity, which correlates with a low risk for disease recurrence. And these investigators looked at 1,130 patients with stage two colon cancers. And their conclusion for time to recurrence was those with high risk disease with high amino scoring compared to those with low risk disease had a very similar five-year survival of 87.4% versus 89.1% respectively. In contrast, if you have a high risk disease and a low amino scoring, your five-year time to recurrence was only 72.2% in the absence of adjuvant therapy. So this could potentially be used as a prognostic tool for those who are high risk stage two in the future. What about education sessions? Were there any that caught your attention? So my favorite was the neuroendocrine session. Neuroendocrine, as most people know, is a pretty rare disease population. However, there has been significant advances in the past few years with new drugs, new understanding of the biology, new diagnostic procedures, as well as testing. And it was a great panel of leading experts to help us navigate the new landscape of neuroendocrine and understanding how we should be approaching this. So that was my favorite session. Were there any other takeaways that were important during the symposium? There were a few other presentations I thought that were quite interesting. The Japanese presented their Prep-02 or JSAP-05 trial. And this was the first study to ever demonstrate the efficacy of neoadjuvant therapy in resectable pancreatic cancer. And their neoadjuvant chemotherapy regimen was a combination of gemcitabine with an oral drug S1. And they showed that it met its primary endpoint of overall survival of 36.72 months in those patients who received neoadjuvant therapy versus 26.65 months in those who went from upfront surgery. And for the Japanese, which tend to do upfront surgery followed by adjuvant chemotherapy in the past, I think this may be a shift in their paradigm, where this could be the new standard in Japan of using neoadjuvant therapy prior to surgery. Also, there was the oral drug trifluridine and tipiracil, which was studied in a phase III metastatic gastric and GE junction adenocarcinoma for those who have received two previous line of therapies. And they were randomized to the drug versus placebo. And it demonstrated a 2.1 survival benefit over placebo. And their main concern was a lot of these patients end up getting gastrectomies. But being an oral drug, could that affect its efficacy? And it seems like this benefit was also seen in those who had a gastrectomy versus those who didn't as well. So this potentially could be another option for those in the third line setting for gastric cancer. However, the big debate is even though it met its overall survival, is 2.1 months clinically significant? And I guess we'll have to have more data regarding safety and tolerability before we can make that decision. There is also the French GRECCAR-6 trial, which was evaluating the optimal time to surgery following chemoradiation for rectal cancer, where patients who underwent neoadjuvant chemoradiation were randomized to waiting 7 or 11 weeks prior to a mesoresection of the rectal cancer. They demonstrated that they had very similar path CR rates between the two. But more interesting, they found that if you had a good disease response to chemoradiation, there was no difference in disease free survival if you waited 7 weeks versus 11 weeks prior to surgery. However, if you were a bad disease responder, you had a poorer disease free survival if you waited more than seven weeks. However, this was not statistically significant. And then the authors concluded that we shouldn't be waiting more than seven weeks prior to surgery following neoadjuvant chemoradiation for rectal surgery. Thank you so much. Again, today my guest has been Dr. Stephen Long. Thank you for being on our podcast today. And to our listeners, thank you for tuning into the ASCO Daily News podcast. If you're enjoying the content, we encourage you to rate us and review us on Apple podcast.  

StartEdUp Podcast
Kristyn Klei Borrero: Good Pedagogy is King

StartEdUp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2018 33:17


Kristyn Klei Borrero, Ed.D., is an accomplished educational leader and coach, who strives to make a profound difference in the professional lives of other educators and students. Kristyn has committed to improving the academic outcomes for all students, especially those in traditionally disenfranchised schools, as a classroom teacher, principal, area superintendent, and cofounder and CEO of CT3. Her first book, Every Student, Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer® Approach to Reaching All Learners, was released in October 2018. You can find more information about her book, Every Student, Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer® Approach to Reaching All Learners at: https://www.ct3education.com/book/

Dodger Talk
10-20 Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2018 1:34


Dodger Talk
10-13 Dodgers IF/OF Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2018 1:08


Dodger Talk
10-13 Dodgers OF Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2018 5:08


Dodger Talk
9-18 Dodgers vs COL, 3-2 LA

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2018 45:17


CT3 with a walkoff HR in the 10th

Dodger Talk
9-17 Dodgers IF/OF Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2018 6:00


Dodger Talk
8-24 Dodgers IF/OF Chris Taylor

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2018 5:20


Ohh Yea Bub Podcast
#23 OYB Podcast – Curtis Taylor III

Ohh Yea Bub Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2018 76:07


I am joined by the awesome Curtis Taylor 3rd aka CT3. He is a very funny man and one of the nicest people I've met. We discussed hosting shows/open mics, his up and coming recording, and so much more. Go check him out on social media in the links below. If you enjoyed the podcast go give us a follow, like, or sub on our social media as well to keep up to date on episodes. Subscribe to our YouTube channel as well to watch short clips or full episodes to put a face to the voices behind the mic. CT3 - https://www.facebook.com/curtis.tayloriii, https://www.instagram.com/curtistaylor3rd/, https://twitter.com/curtistaylor3rd Email – ohhyeabub@gmail.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OhhYeaBub/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYhEN5CaOO2h910mBkzc3lQ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ohhyeabubpodcast/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/ohhyeabubpod  

Dodger Talk
5-22 Dodgers vs Colorado, 5-3 Dodgers

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2018 44:49


CT3 and Puig hit back-to-back HRs

Cheap Talk with Trick Chat
Cheap Talk #3 “RZB” and the origins of "CT"

Cheap Talk with Trick Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2016


In this issue, we talk to Steve Luongo of the "Robin Zander Band" , We look back at the origins of 'CT" and "Fuse" and a Fan interview with Angela Mapes who goes to "Rick's Picks" and "Budokan 35"Let us know what you think and "Like" us on Face Book.http://www.facebook.com/groups/Cheaptalk/ If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)

ESMO Open
Highlights from the Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium

ESMO Open

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2016 9:43


A critical review of key studies from the ASCO 2016 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium, held January 2016, is presented in this podcast. A number of tumor areas, including gastric, esophageal and colorectal cancers, are considered with an emphasis on recent developments in immunotherapy. Studies reviewed include the CheckMate-032 trial, which assessed the activity of the anti-PD-1 antibody nivolumab in patients with advanced gastric or gastroesophageal junction cancer, the KEYNOTE-028 trial, for which results of the esophageal carcinoma cohort treated with pembrolizumab were presented, and updated results of a trial considering PD-1 blockade in mismatch repair deficient non-colorectal gastrointestinal cancers. Biomarkers are further considered in the Mavericc trial which sought to stratify metastatic colorectal cancer patients by ERCC1 in order to predict their response to platinum-based treatments. Neoadjuvant therapy was considered with the results of a study, from the Polish Colorectal Study Group, using neoadjuvant chemoradiation for fixed cT3 or cT4 rectal cancers, and the 5-year follow up results of the ACCORD 12 trial, which aimed to assess an increased radiation dose plus oxaliplatin versus standard radiotherapy of 45 Gy with concurrent capecitabine in rectal cancer. These highlights are presented by Gerald W. Prager, Medical University of Vienna, Austria (gerald.prager@meduniwien.ac.at). The podcast is conducted by Anna Berghoff, Department of Medicine, Medical University of Vienna, Austria.

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #1784 – Ford Pulls Out of Japan and Indonesia, Cadillac CT6 Technical Specs, Chevy Bolt Goes Non-Traditional Route

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2016 7:32


- Sales Momentum to Keep Pace - Ford Pulls Out of Japan and Indonesia - All EcoBoost F-150′s Get Stop/Start - Cadillac CT6 Technical Specs - Fairfax to Get Cadillac XT3 - Chevy Bolt Takes Non-Traditional Marketing Route

TechCraft
TechCraft 136 - Des bits et des cadeaux de noël!

TechCraft

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2015 136:59


Site TechCraft: www.techcraft.fr E-Mail: podcast@techcraft.fr Twitter : @TechCraftPDC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TechCraftPDC Podradio: http://podradio.fr/podcast/110 PodCloud : https://podcloud.fr/podcast/techcraft iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/fr/podcast/gamecraft/id796213889 Adresse du flux rss: http://techcraft.podcloud.fr/rss INTRODUCTION News High-tech Seven: Idée cadeau pour noel Quenton: Tu peux me dépanner d’un Raspberry pi Zéro stp ? Oasis : Achevez le !! Kaldin: Vous reprendrez bien un peu de sel avec votre batterie ? Les News Gaming Binzen: La violence dans les jeux vidéos Kaldin: Tchernobyl Project Les Chronique Tech Du professeur Phil Phil : Les bits dans la porte Pour lire la chroniquehttp://images.podradio.fr/phil/CT3-binaire-et-logique.pdf Le coup de gueule de la semaine Seven: Barbie, une vraie commère Les news en bref Seven: Plus de wifi? éloignez vos guirlandes de la box! Le truc inutile de la semaine Oasis : Les enfants instagram

Medizin - Open Access LMU - Teil 12/22
Supersensitive PSA-Monitored neoadjuvant hormone treatment of clinically localized prostate cancer: Effects on positive margins, tumor detection and epithelial cells in bone marrow

Medizin - Open Access LMU - Teil 12/22

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1998


Objective: The present study was done to investigate the effects of supersensitive PSA-controlled inductive treatment on positive margins, detection of tumor and epithelial cells in bone marrow of 101 patients with untreated and clinically localized prostatic carcinoma (cT1-3N0M0). Methods: Hormonal treatment was given until PSA (DPD Immulite(R) third-generation assay) reached 500 cases) and using immunohistochemical staining, were unable to detect carcinoma in 15 (15%) specimens. Whereas only 2 (4%) of the 55 cT3 specimens were without detectable tumor, this incidence rised to 28% (13 of 46 prostates) in patients with cT1-2 tumors. Of the initial 29 patients with epithelial cells in bone marrow, only 4 (14%) remained positive after controlled induction and all of them had fewer cells than before. Conclusion: Endocrine induction controlled by a supersensitive PSA assay and continued until reaching PSA nadir is highly effective in clearing surgical margins and eliminating tumor cells from bone marrow. It seems to be clearly superior to the conventional 3 months of pretreatment at least in cT1-2 tumors in respect to surgical margins and detectability of tumor in the resected prostate. A definitive statement about the value of endocrine induction can only be given by prospective randomized studies, with optimal drugs, doses and treatment time. But the conventional 3 months of pretreatment are far from exploiting the possibilities of this therapeutic option.