Family demands answers in 2012 death of Eric Haider, whose body was found buried at North Dakota construction site three years after he went missing (nbcnews.com) Eric Haider Murder: How Did He Die? Who Killed Eric Haider? Update (thecinemaholic.com) The Death Of Eric Haider, Dickinson, North Dakota | Dickinson58601 Music By: Jonas Bjornstand Cover Art By: Charnell
Amanda Spigone, Associate Broker at Keller Williams Alliance, and Courtney Dickinson, Realtor at Keller Williams Alliance, joined Nikki Chambless and me on “Real Talk With Keith Smith” powered by YES Realty Partners and Yonna Smith! “Real Talk With Keith Smith” airs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:15 am – 11 am on The I Love CVille Network! “Real Talk With Keith Smith” is presented by Ally Property Management, American Pest, Charlottesville Settlement Company, LLC, Closure Title & Settlement Co., Fincham & Associates, Inc., Free Enterprise Forum, Intrastate Service Co, Keller Williams Alliance, Pearl Certification, Ross Mortgage Corporation, Sigora Solar, Stanley Martin Homes and YES Realty Partners.
Owner and founder of Physique Essentials and Elite Physique Project, Josh Dickinson joins me on the podcast to talk about his story and detail parts of his journey to becoming and staying a leader in the fitness space. With a career spanning for over two decades, Josh had a lot to say about starting a fitness business and staying in the game. We actually discovered he built his platform during a time when forums were the way for people to get information on how to transform (not social media like today), Josh saw opportunity to lead the way. Not only did he train to become a natural bodybuilding champion, so he knows a thing or two about transformation, he also trained world champions, opened a gym and has spent time mastering his craft as an online coach and expert over the years. There were many bombs during this episode, it would be hard for me to pinpoint any specific take aways, but we spoke about topics that will 100% give you the knowledge you need to avoid stepping on mines as you grow your business, so you'll want to check this one out. Thanks to my guest Josh for his time, and patience in this launching because this episode was actually recorded over 1 year ago. We lost the recording and after much digging, finally found/recovered it. As always, if you love it, rate and review (or tell a friend about us by sharing the episode with them). Follow and connect with Josh on FB: https://www.facebook.com/josh.dickinson.37 P.S are you a fitness expert? do you want to monetise your story? You can contact us on email@example.com by sending us the word "monetise". We will know what you mean and get back to you with more info.
Brady Yoder is only the third high schooler in North Dakota history to go sub-9 minutes in the 3200m. Now he's found his way onto all-time fastest mile list with a converted time of 4:05.92, good for 8th-fastest ever in North Dakota history. We got to catch up with Brady, hear about his freshman campaign at Purdue, and find out what's next for the Dickinson, ND native.
Things discussed: Michigan draft picks: DE production in college translates. Love Dax on the Bengals—fixes a major "you drafted a Buckeye cornerback" mistake. Nice to have the Ravens to snatch up any leftover Michigan players. So many Georgia picks: and the best player on that defense slipped to the 3rd round. Why? College football's playoff system had all the players who wanted to play in the playoffs collect in the three or four schools that make the playoffs with regularity. We're seeing a reflection of an unprecedented amount of talent pooling at the top. Frankie's transfer: people around him were oversensitive to playing time. He also wasn't very good on ball screens last year—and won't ever be a shooter. Was pretty clear Michigan needed another guard, and one of the reasons was to get some shooting on the floor when Michigan's down. Unfortunate that the state of things are such that a guy like Frankie can even consider going to Arizona State. Llewellyn is now a point guard—offense is going to run through Dickinson and be fine, but defense is now an issue, unless Kobe Bufkin takes some huge strides. Emoni Bates? Lol. Michigan wasn't interested; seems like Bates was but we already had forwards coming out of our ears. Hot take: he should have gone to MSU. NIL and Hunter Dickinson's comments: Glad to see someone at Michigan is finally taking leadership in the conversation. NCAA wants Congress to bail them out. Shouldn't be a Title IX issue if Michigan is facilitating payments, not making the payments themselves. Michigan *could* be awesome at this. We have donors who support the program rather than just look for access or ask "What do I get for my money?" and that makes us a more attractive school than a Texas, LSU, or Ole Miss where the donors want you to dance. Mel Pearson's contract? We don't know, but Michigan had their opportunity to run away, and we think they probably would have if they didn't have some belief—perhaps a verbal communication about the WilmerHale Report's contents—that they won't have to fire him. Can't discount the possibility that they're sweeping it under the rug, or twiddling their thumbs while they wait for the report to be published.
An unidentified, mostly noncommunicative man in a Minnesota mental hospital, known as J.C.R., was the plaintiff in a case to prove his identity as a North Dakota rancher's son. Who was J.C.R.? Will we ever know? Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcastDarkness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/agable_fd/ Part of the Straight Up Strange Network: https://www.straightupstrange.com/ Opening music from https://filmmusic.io. "Dark Child" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com). License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Closing music by Soma. SOURCES “Accused of Writing Bogus Checks.” Washington Post, January 7, 1905. “Aphasia Victim May Be Naval Officer.” New York Tribune, May 26, 1913. “Are Positive of Identity.” Long Beach Telegram (California), May 23, 1913. “Bullets Write New Chapter in 'J.C.R.' Mystery.” Leavenworth Times (Kansas), May 4, 1917. “Caldwell Will Case Postponed.” Grand Forks Herald (North Dakota), August 27, 1917. “Dorothy Harris Claims to be Daughter of 'J.C.R.' and Heir to a Large Fortune.” Minneapolis Star-Tribune, November 16, 1919. “Famous Identity Case Concluded Late Last Week.” Dickinson Press (North Dakota), January 20, 1917. “Found Paralyzed.” La Crosse Tribune (Wisconsin), July 13, 1907. “Four Others Identify 'Aye-Hee' as Ramsey.” Oregon Daily Journal, May 23, 1913. “Girl, 18, Claims 'J.C.R.' Mystery man as Father.” Maurice Times (Iowa), December 11, 1919. “Hopes of Fortune Depend on Flute.” Spokane Daily Chronicle, November 17, 1919. “Insane Prisoner Attacks Sheriff.” Billings Gazette (Montana), August 10, 1917. “Is He? Or Is He Not? Week of Court Serves to Deepen Mystery of 'J.C.R.'.” Dickinson Press (North Dakota), January 6, 1917. “'J.C.R. Again in Our City.” Dickinson Press (North Dakota), July 31, 1915. “'J.C.R.' Face to Face With Lost Identity.” Chicago Inter Ocean, January 17, 1914. “J.C.R. Identified as James Harris Now Making Home with Former Wife.” Ward County Independent (Minnesota), August 26, 1920. “'J.C.R.' in Visit to Dickinson.” Bismarck Tribune, November 14, 1921. “'J.C.R.' on Co. Wants to Let Go.” Dickinson Press (North Dakota), April 10, 1915. “'J.C.R.,' the Man of Mystery, Declared Seen in Spokane.” Spokane Chronicle (Washington), January 24, 1920. “'J.C.R.' Walks to Dickinson.” Williston Graphic (North Dakota), August 5, 1915. “Man of Mystery Found.” Seattle Star, January 27, 1920. “Mrs. Pitkin Has an Unenviable Record.” Fargo Forum and Daily Republican (North Dakota), December 14, 1914. “Mysterious 'J.C.R.' Identified as Man Missing since 1906.” St. Louis Star and Times (Missouri), November 19, 1914. “Mystery Man for 13 Years is Brought Home.” Minneapolis Morning Tribune, August 18, 1920. “Mystery Man of Stark is Paralyzed.” Bismarck Tribune, January 31, 1921. “Noted Murder Case in North Dakota.” Rapid City Journal (North Carolina), June 19, 1917. “Says She is Wrong.” Long Beach Telegram (California), May 22, 1913. “'Silent Man' an Oklahoman?” Oklahoma Weekly Leader, May 29, 1913. “Slayer of Two Caldwells Held Insane by Jury.” August 14, 1917. “State News and Comment.” Bismarck Daily Tribune (North Dakota), April 10, 1915. “Strange Case of 'J.C.R.' the Man of Mystery Who Has Apparently Lost All Track of Himself.” Asheville Citizen-Times (North Carolina), November 9, 1913. “Trial of Mike Chumack Likely to be Postponed.” Hope Pioneer (North Dakota), June 14, 1917. “Wife Looks for Jas. P. Harris.” Tampa Times, January 13, 1920. Burnett, W. Fulton. “The Case of the Mysterious J.C.R.” North Dakota Law Review, volume 25, number 4 (1949). Callahan, Edward W. List of Officers of the Navy of the United States and of the Marine Corps, from 1775 to 1900. New York: L.R. Hamersly & Co., 1901. James H. Caldwell - Facts (ancestry.com) Waseca County Minnesota Railroad Stations (west2k.com) Strange Company: Who Was J.C.R.?
In this episode, Zach Shaw and Steve Lorenz check in on the Michigan men's basketball team following the transfer portal deadline, and take a look at where the Wolverines stand. They begin with an assessment of Hunter Dickinson's decision to return to Michigan without even testing the NBA Draft waters. They discuss what it means for the Wolverines, and also take a look at how Dickinson can improve in his third season with Michigan both as a player and leader. The two next turn to looking at 2021-22 bench players who could emerge as breakout stars next season, then look at the addition of now-likely starting point guard Jaelin Llewellyn, a graduate transfer from Princeton. In the second half of the episode, the two discuss the NBA Draft declarations of Moussa Diabate and Caleb Houstan, who both declared while retaining their collegiate eligibility. They discuss each player individually, looking at their situations and what it means for their upcoming decisions. Finally, Lorenz and Shaw take a look at where Michigan's likely roster puts it in the scope of the Big Ten and the nation's top teams. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Hunter Dickinson joins this week's episode to discuss his decision to return to U-M. The junior-to-be reflects upon last season before highlighting aspects of his game he aims at improving during the offseason. Attention then turns to his thoughts on NIL – the opportunities that contributed to his decision to return, and his belief that Michigan has an antiquated approach that will limit its ability to get players in the future. The interview concludes with his projection of Kobe Bufkin as next year's breakout player, Terrence Williams' further development, and a discussion of his role as “the closer” in recruiting. Tim and Sam react to Dickinson's NIL take and frame the debate that will likely ensue, then discuss Michigan losing Frankie Collins to the portal and harvesting Jaelin llewellyn from it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
¿Os gustaría que hablásemos de cine? Concretamente, de lo que el cine puede enseñarnos. Para tocar este tema os traigo a un buen amigo. Una persona a la que sigo desde hace tiempo y a la cual admiro por el trabajo que hace. Se trata de Alex Rey ilustrador y director de cortos de animación. Graduado en la escuela de Arte y superior de diseño en Alicante y formado en realizador de cine y Tv por la EISV de Vigo donde fue premiado en dos ocasiones con el mejor cortometraje de la promoción. Ha trabajado como guionista, storyboarder, diseñador y montador en una productora de animación gallega, Zampamonstros. También en diversos proyectos de corto y largometraje. Como freelance realizó multitud de pequeñas animaciones para "Xabarín Club", programa infantil de TVG. Pero sus mayores éxitos los ha cosechado con los cortos que él mismo dirige, guioniza, ilustra e incluso, dobla las voces a todos los personajes. Algo que me parece increíble. Su penúltimo corto publicado, la vacuna del Doctor Dikinson en el que, con un toque de humor negro, habla de cómo en el Año 2024, La humanidad que todavía continúa en su lucha contra el coronavirus y donde Los países están sumidos en el caos, y las economías quebradas. Un joven doctor en biología molecular, Dickinson, está a punto de cambiar el destino de la Humanidad para siempre gracias a una vacuna que lamentablemente tiene un pequeño pero desagradable efecto secundario. Notas del episodio: www.marcoscartagena.com/alex-rey
The college basketball offseason is in full swing and a number of burning topics need to be addressed. College basketball insider Jeff Goodman and Purdue legend Robbie Hummel are joined by Michigan star Hunter Dickinson, Purdue head coach Matt Painter, Missouri State head coach Dana Ford and agent Zack Charles to discuss the state of college basketball, the transfer portal, NIL and more! SUBSCRIBE to the Field of 12: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzbM THE FIELD OF 68 IS POWERED BY BET RIVERS: BetRivers.com FOLLOW: Host Jeff Goodman: https://twitter.com/GoodmanHoops Host Robbie Hummel: https://twitter.com/RobbieHummel Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheFieldOf68 Instagram: https://instagram.com/fieldof68 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/TheFieldOf68 https://thefieldof68.com
Depuis en gros six mois, les Européens (et particulièrement les Français) découvrent un mot nouveau, venu d'Outre-Atlantique : le wokisme. Et cette semaine, Quentin Dickinson, vous allez tenter de nous expliquer de quoi il s'agit…
Meredith Dickinson found out at 20 weeks she was pregnant with identical twin girls. At 28 weeks, doctors discovered that one baby had Duodenal Atresia and would need surgery right after being born. Meredith shares with us about:Why Google is not always your friendHer journey from “Why Me?” To “Lucky Me!” Why she started blogging about her twinsVisit Meredith's blog to read more about her twins! Subscribe to the Twiniversity Email Newsletter! Expecting twins? Twiniversity has you COVERED with online classes on:Breastfeeding TwinsTwins After SingletonsBaby Safety (CPR, First Aid, Car Seat Safety, Childproofing)Click here to sign up for a class!Follow us on:YouTubeTwitterInstagramPinterestFacebook
Mark Titus and Tate Frazier are back to talk about Giannis's greatness versus the Boston media machine (02:45), and their dream NBA Finals matchup (24:15). Then they discuss the Draymond Green's ejection and celebration (31:00), the success of Jordan Poole (38:00), and Ja Morant's sustainability (45:00). Next is the debut of “Reckless Speculation“ where they look at the Hunter Dickinson-Mark Adams scuttlebutt and the latest from the lawless transfer portal (52:45). Finally, they wrap up the show with shoutouts and closeouts (01:07:15).
Welcome back to Broken Records, where Steve and Remfry search for the least good of all the albums in the history of music. Today we're once again joined by Tom Dare, host of the Hell Bent For Metal podcast, as we're in bad heavy metal territory once again. Yup, the time has come for us to tackle the Blaze Bayley era of Iron Maiden with their 11th studio album Virtual XI from 1998. The 90's weren't great for Maiden, and unlike a lot of bands they can't really blame grunge. The faults of that decade were pretty much entirely all their own fault. After a patchy couple of final albums from Bruce Dickinson's first run in the band, the iconic frontman stepped away from Maiden to make solo material that sounded… well, basically like Iron Maiden. Maiden themselves were charged with replacing their beloved vocalist and decided on Bayley, of Wolfsbane fame, to fill Dickinson's mighty shoes. 1995's The X Factor wasn't particularly well received, but there were mitigating factors to make the case that it was just a blip. But then came Virtual XI, an album that was self produced, was marketed by the band making a fake football team and promoting a video game that wasn't even out yet, despite neither of those things having anything to do with the album, and was given a lead single called The Angel and The Gambler which is nearly ten minutes long and is… look it's not good. The record flopped and Maiden seemed destined for the knackers yard. Until they went back to Bruce and, you know, the rest is history. It's worked out fine for them in the long run, but we still need to know; is Virtual XI really as bad as all that?
TheWolverine.com's John Borton is joined by Michigan radio voice Brian Boesch to discuss Hunter Dickinson's return and more. The guys also dip into some football talk towards the end of the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pastor David shares Wednesday in Dickinson. Foundational Text: Psalm 145:8-16 It's easy to hear the Word of the Lord for the year in January, stand on it until February, maybe even March, then forget about it. But if you want the Word to work for you, you've got to see it through. We have been given a Word for this year: 2022 is the Year of the Open Hand of God. In the midst of more chaos and disorder, I will open my hand and freely give to those who refuse to be shaken by it. The importance of the prophetic word I would like to establish today the importance of this Word from the Lord. You cannot receive from that which you do not honor. The Word is unprofitable where it is dishonored. In other words, the amount of importance that you place on a Word from God is the amount of benefit you will receive from that Word. Matthew 13:57 (NKJV) So they were offended at Him. But Jesus said to them, "A prophet is not without honor except in his own country and in his own house.” A person can honor the Word concerning finances and be blessed financially while at the same time be ignorant concerning healing and give no importance to what the Word has to say about healing and so walk in sickness and pain all their life, even though healing is no less true, no less God's will, than our financial prosperity. What's the difference? That one person honored God's will for finances but did not honor His will for healing. I've seen this happen in my own life! The purpose of prophecy: To bring edification, exhortation, and comfort 1 Corinthians 14:1-3 1 Corinthians 14:3 (ERV) But those who prophesy are speaking to people. They help people grow stronger in faith, and they give encouragement and comfort. It is a weapon which is to be wielded so that you may wage a good warfare 1 Timothy 1:18 Where is the battle fought? 2 Corinthians 10:3-6 The battle is fought in our mind 2 Corinthians 10:5 (TPT) We can demolish every deceptive fantasy that opposes God and break through every arrogant attitude that is raised up in defiance of the true knowledge of God. We capture, like prisoners of war, every thought and insist that it bow in obedience to the Anointed One. So the purpose of this word from God is so that you will demolish every deceptive and lying thought that the enemy throws at you by strengthening your faith, encouraging you, and comforting you. As thoughts, imaginations, and circumstances try to tear down everything that God has said, stand on this Word from Him: THIS is MY YEAR and the Hand of God is open to me because I REFUSE to be shaken by the chaos and disorder all around me! Psalms 91:7-8 (NKJV) A thousand may fall at your side, And ten thousand at your right hand; But it shall not come near you. Only with your eyes shall you look, And see the reward of the wicked. The Word of God for you: Daily Word: There is a Word from God for you every day, and that is found by spending time with Him in His presence daily, reading your Bible. That is your “Daily Bread.” (Matthew 6:11) A Word in Due Season: There is also a Word from God for you for the season that you are living in. Isaiah 50:4 (NKJV) "The Lord GOD has given Me The tongue of the learned, That I should know how to speak A word in season to him who is weary. He awakens Me morning by morning, He awakens My ear To hear as the learned. Proverbs 15:23 (NKJV) A man has joy by the answer of his mouth, And a word spoken in due season, how good it is! Here's what we need to do: Give this Word extra attention Give this Word extra focus Give this Word talk time: Talk it! Say it! Give this Word extra thought Timothy was in a specific season as a new Pastor of a church exploding with growth. He was a young man with a nature of being timid and afraid. Paul gave him instruction and encouragement. Then he said, 1 Timothy 4:15 (NKJV) Meditate on these things; give yourself entirely to them, that your progress may be evident to all. Meditate on the Word! Μελετάω (STRONGS) Meletaō Mel-et-ah'-o From a presumed derivative of G3199; to take care of, that is, (by implication) revolve in the mind: - imagine, (pre-) meditate God has given us a Word. Give it attention. Focus on it. Speak it! And meditate on it.
The boys talk about the transfer of DT Cam Goode and what that means for the defensive line before moving to hockey where they briefly cover the return of Erik Portillo for next season. Hunter Dickinson will be returning to Michigan as well, and the boys talk about what his return means and the open-ended decision making process for Moussa Diabate and Caleb Houstan. In the second half of the pod, the dicussion switches to the ceiling of one Jordan Poole who has been dominating the NBA playoffs, They then rank the Michigan players in the NBA currently before comparing this era of Michigan pro's to the era that included Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Glen Rice, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
All-American Center Hunter Dickinson will be returning to Michigan for his Junior year. The return immediately makes Michigan a contender in the Big Ten. We will be waiting to see how the rest of the roster shapes up, as Moussa Diabate and Caleb Houstan have entered their names into the NBA Draft process, while retaining their college eligibility. All of our Maize n Brew podcasts are available wherever you get your shows! Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Megaphone Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaizenBrew Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maizenbrewsbn/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maizenbrewsbn YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZBJuf_eohVzbfZmZzMIdqA Discord: https://discord.com/invite/vZMsMTF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TheWolverine.com's John Borton is joined by guest Tom Crawford to discuss the decisions of Michigan basketball's Hunter Dickinson, Moussa Diabate and Caleb Houstan and the outlook for next season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TheWolverine.com's Clayton Sayfie and analyst / former Michigan basketball player Ant Wright discuss Hunter Dickinson's decision to return to U-M, and Caleb Houstan and Moussa Diabate's choices to test the NBA Draft waters, before talking about Texas Tech transfer Terrence Shannon Jr. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#55: In this episode, Jordan and I are chatting with Kiva Dickinson, the founder and Managing Partner of Selva Ventures. Selva Ventures invests in brands making consumers' lives better, and they happen to be a handful of our favorites. A highlight of what we dive into: Taking the leap from his full-time job to start Selva Ventures Why he wanted to start his own VC fund How we are making investing space more approachable What it has been like fundraising money for Selva What a VC fund does and the basics of a venture capital fund The importance of open dialogue in the investing space Why a brand actually needs money from investors What an LP, GP and all these crazy abbreviations mean How to spot the trends in the industry How to know if a brand is worth investing in Where the space is going with food trends + SO much more! Subscribe to stay in the now on all the new episodes coming out. And please rate/review/share the episode and tag me so we can hear from you!! For more from me, I'm over on IG @rachLmansfield, tiktok @rachLmansfield and rachLmansfield.com For more on our VC fund, head on over to grtsht.com
Few architects have been as exciting or controversial as Paul Rudolph, whose early successes designing Modernist vacation homes in Sarasota FL led to a later career as Chair of the Architecture Department at Yale, then nearly 30 years designing buildings with intense use of concrete and steel. While the public was largely inspired by his work, Rudolph fell out of favor in the US and shifted to Singapore and Hong Kong, where he was much heralded and sought after. Like most Modernist architecture, over the years Rudolph's houses and buildings around the world became highly prized and at the same time, endangered. Joining us is preservationist, archivist, and President of the Paul Rudolph Institute for Modern Architecture, Kelvin Dickinson. Later on, music by the charming Tierney Sutton.
Brandi shares Wednesday in Dickinson. Ecclesiastes 3:1 To everything there is A SEASON, a time for every PURPOSE under heaven … [vs 11] He has made everything BEAUTIFUL in its TIME… Everything is beautiful IN IT'S TIME ... But out of season - it can just be AN ABSOLUTE MESS. EACH SEASON has a “PURPOSE” – the LENGTH of that season is determined by HOW LONG IT TAKES TO ACCOMPLISH THE PURPOSE. As we DO THE RIGHT THING IN THE RIGHT SEASON – we will end up FULFILLING the WILL OF GOD. Proverbs 10:5 [TPT] Know the importance of the SEASON you're in and a WISE son/daughter you will be.
In this episode, Scott Johnston is joined by Pete Dickinson -- staff physical therapist for Uphill Athlete, and the US Ski Team. The two discuss tendon injuries, the physiology of the injury process, and sign posts for their proper rehabilitation.
Hosts Gregg Masters and Fred Goldstein meet Dave Hickey executive vice president and president of the Life Sciences segment of BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), a leading global medical technology company headquartered in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey. Dave oversees the global operational, commercial and financial performance of the two businesses that comprise the Life Sciences segment: BD Biosciences & Integrated Diagnostic Solutions. They discuss BD's rapid and reliable detection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and thus the disease of Covid-19. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
Tim McCormick and Sam Webb explain why rumors about Juwan Howard being a candidate for Los Angeles Lakers head coaching job are rapidly dying. Attention then turns to rising optimism within the program about Hunter Dickinson's return, and the now distinct possibility Moussa Diabate and Caleb Houstan will return too. The podcast closes with a discussion about how the timeline for the trio's decision impact the Wolverines' portal pursuits. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode jazz trombonist Barnaby Dickinson tells us about starting out as a euphonium player, about his 30 lessons in 30 seconds, and about how he has adapted his work to be productive through, and post-, Covid. All episodes recorded during COVID-19 lockdown via video call programmes. There are occasional technical glitches - please bear with us! Facebook: Bold as Brass Podcast Instagram: @boldasbrasspodcast Website: boldasbrasspodcast.com Show artwork: Stuart Crane Music credit: Upbeat Forever by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5011-upbeat-forever License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Crystal Dynamics has announced a new Tomb Raider game and revealed that it will be built using Unreal Engine 5. Announced during the State of Unreal 2022, Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider franchise general manager, Dallas Dickinson promised a "high-quality cinematic action-adventure experience" for the upcoming Tomb Raider game. Dickinson said the team is looking to "push the envelope of fidelity", and is looking to create a Tomb Raider experience fans deserve from Crystal Dynamics. Xbox has officially announced the first wave of games hitting Xbox Game Pass in April 2022, including one we already knew about in advance, MLB: The Show 22. Both MLB and Cricket 22 are available immediately on Xbox cloud and console, while there are a few more games to look forward to across the rest of the month for Xbox Game Pass. Stardew Valley creator Eric Barone aka ConcernedApe revealed the new game Haunted Chocolatier will include boss fights. In a video livestream, Stardew Valley Barone released background music for a "bee boss" fight. Haunted Chocolatier has no official release date, yet, but we can rest assured Eric Barone is working hard on the next title. Haunted Chocolatier is not a sequel to Stardew Valley, but will have NPC relationships like the previous title.
Monsignor James Shea, Steve Ray, and Marcellino D'Ambrosio on one episode http://www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow (Become a Patron! Over 40 interviews, a course with Karlo Broussard, a 10 part series on the domestic church, a course on fitness and virtue by Pat Flynn, and free thank you gifts for supporting the show!) https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ () WE ARE PLANNING A TRIP TO IRELAND FOR 2022! WANT TO GO WITH US? WE ARE FINALIZING THE DETAILS. TO STAY UP-TO-DATE, https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ (Click here) About our drink: N/A About our gear: N/A About the Topic: These were originally scheduled for just our patrons, but we decided to combine the interviews and turn them into a podcast! About Msgr. James Shea Monsignor Shea was inaugurated in 2009 as the sixth president of the university and, at the age of 34, became the youngest college or university president in the United States. The oldest of eight children, Monsignor Shea grew up on a dairy and grain farm near Hazelton, North Dakota, just 38 miles from the University of Mary campus. He began his undergraduate work at Jamestown College, majoring in English and history. He then entered the seminary for the Diocese of Bismarck, earning a bachelor's degree and a pontifical master's degree (licentiate) in philosophy at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He studied classical Greek at the University of Texas at Austin and continued at the Vatican's North American College, studying theology at the Gregorian and Lateran universities in Rome. He has studied management at the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business and is also an alumnus of the Institutes for Higher Education at the Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. Monsignor Shea has worked with Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity at the Gift of Peace AIDS Hospice while teaching religion at two inner-city elementary schools in Washington, D.C. In Rome, he served as chaplain for the Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital and also at the Rome campus of the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of Saint Thomas. Following his ordination to the priesthood in 2002, he returned to North Dakota and served as an associate pastor in Bismarck and Mandan. During that time, he was also the chaplain and an instructor at Saint Mary's Central High School in Bismarck. He then served as pastor to parishes in Killdeer and Halliday (North Dakota), while teaching at Trinity High School in Dickinson. Deeply committed to the education and formation of young people, he has been an inspirational teacher and mentor for many students. About Steve Ray Steve Ray is a convert to the Catholic Church and the author of three best-selling Ignatius Press books (Crossing the Tiber, Upon this Rock, and St. John's Gospel). He speaks at conferences around the world. He is a regular guest on The Journey Home and has appeared on many other radio and TV programs, including Fox News. He is writer, producer and host of the 10-part video/DVD series The Footprints of God: the Story of Salvation from Abraham to Augustine filmed entirely on location in the Holy Land and surrounding countries. Steve and his wife Janet and are certified guides to the Holy Land and lead pilgrimages throughout the Middle East and Rome. He and Janet live in Michigan. About Dr. Marcellino D'Ambrosio aka "Dr. Italy" Dr. Marcellino D'Ambrosio, also know as “Dr. Italy,” holds an MA and PhD in historical theology from Catholic University of America and is known for delivering profound Catholic truths in understandable and relevant terms. In addition to teaching for CDU, Dr. D'Ambrosio is a professor at the International Catholic University. He has also taught pastoral theology at Ave Maria University and various theology courses at the University of Dallas and Loyola College in Baltimore. Dr. D'Ambrosio is the director of Crossroads
Things discussed: Villanova game: Hunter Dickinson, hit the shots you always hit. What are you gonna do? Hoops future: guys we like in the portal, Frankie was the difference between a first round exit and a Sweet 16 team. Not looking good for getting back either Diabate or Dickinson, so now what? Can Jett give them the three they need? Can Bufkin grow his game dramatically over the offseason? Portal is full of Just a Shooters. Michigan needs to get one. Can we be a weird lineup? What does Terrance Williams at the five look like? What does Tarris Reed look like? Hockey/Frozen Four: The first one or two Quinnipiac goals were flukes but then they were controlling play. Brian is bored by the pulling the goalie conversation because the percentages don't change that much. Denver is going to be as talented as Michigan, play like Michigan, doesn't have the goaltending of Michigan. Football invites Kaepernick to the Spring Game: The perpetual whiners whined when they put George Jewett on the team too. Any effect of an outcry is drowned out by the good it does. Wear your heart on your sleeve. $42 million scoreboard? Makes a talking point but it's just all part of the Kafkaesque hell of David Brandon: He built the scoreboards with parts that can't be replaced, so they're going to end up spending $42 million to keep the scoreboards functional anyways.
Tim McCormick and Sam Webb recap Michigan's loss to Villanova in NCAA tournament and reflect upon the season as a whole. Time then shares what he's hearing in pro circles about Hunter Dickinson's draft stock. Attention then turns to portal targets. The podcast finishes with discussion about the contributions of the assistant coaches and the odds of Juwan Howard keeping his staff intact. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1 hour and 52 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, SignalWire (use the code MUPPETS), Prentice 4M, where we recorded this, Team Fan Club, and introducing The View from the Cheap Seats podcast by the Sklars, who join us for the Hot Takes segments. Please go subscribe and like their podcast,and leave your hot takes about this game in the reviews. 1. Post Villanova starts at 1:00 The shots didn't go in. They were higher quality, and Nova was 30% from their contested threes, and that was the way Michigan could win this game but the shots didn't go in. Also the shots didn't go in. We run out of ways to say that. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Postseason starts at 16:48 Who's coming back? Houstan probably. Diabate on the knife edge. Dickinson we think we can talk around to it. Both? Hnnnggh.. Johns? Eh. Who's in the portal that Michigan can get? Then we go through next year's playable roster. 3. Hot Takes and Hockey starts at 48:46 Wisconsin fans must be livid at Will Smith. Brian gets his USMNT takes in, in fairness to Brady Hoke. We talk about when to pull your goalie in a game where Michigan's goalie kept it from being 4-4 when Quinnipiac suddenly gained the momentum—some of those were flukes though. Look ahead to the Frozen Four. 4. Women's Basketball starts at 1:34:22 Incredible run ends the same way their Big Ten run did: without Brown for the stretch. A salute to Naz Hillmon and her generation, and what they've done to build this program into one that can take the next step into regular tourney threat by hanging with the elites.