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Brave New Teaching
Episode 101: COLLABORATION VS. LONE WOLF: COLLABORATION SERIES PART 1

Brave New Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 46:06


How would you describe the teacher team that you're a part of in your school? Collaborative and aligned? Divided and negative? The climate of your teacher team truly can make or break your experience as a teacher. If your team is the complete opposite of collaborative, and the dynamic is causing a toxic work environment, then it's time to work towards fixing it. We are starting this important conversation (which sometimes can be an awkward one!) in today's episode. SHOW NOTES: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/home/episode101 Follow us on Instagram: @bravenewteaching

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
Explainer 317: Why is Africa divided over Russia's invasion of Ukraine?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 7:27


As the president of Senegal prepares to visit Moscow and Kyiv in the coming weeks on behalf of the African Union, Andrew Mueller explains why African nations are divided over Russia's invasion of Ukraine. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Divided by Werewolves
Divided by Werewolves - Episode 148: Monstrous, The Twin & The Sadness

Divided by Werewolves

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 63:35


We take on a couple of Shudder exclusives with The Twin and The Sadness but before that we take a visit to the lakehouse with Christina Ricci in Monstrous. In order to properly discuss Monstrous and The Twin we had to spoil them so watch out for spoilers at the following times: Monstrous: 00:15:49 to 00:21:26 The Twin: 00:25:55 to 00:36:00 Be sure to follow all of the hijinks on our Facebook page and on Instagram! Follow Mitch on Twitter. Follow Brandon on Twitter. Thanks for listening and feel free to send any questions or comments to podcast@dividedbywerewolves.com.

unDivided with Brandi Kruse
57: [un]Divided with Brandi Kruse: Joe made promises (5.23.22)

unDivided with Brandi Kruse

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 34:39


There's no comparison between precedent on abortion and precedent on interracial marriage. Plus: Joe Biden promised to be a different president. Also: A panel on the state of the media.  

Dan Snow's History Hit
How Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt Divided Berlin

Dan Snow's History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 24:59


Berlin's fate was sealed at the 1945 Yalta Conference: the city, along with the rest of Germany, was to be carved up between the victorious powers - American, British, French and Soviet. On paper, it seemed a pragmatic solution. In reality, once the four powers were no longer united by their common purpose of defeating Germany they wasted little time reverting to their pre-war hostility toward each other.Writer and historian Giles Milton joins Dan on the podcast to share the story of the race to seize Berlin in the aftermath of World War II. They discuss how rival systems, rival ideologies and rival personalities ensured that the German capital became an explosive battleground.Produced by Hannah WardMixed and Mastered by Dougal PatmoreIf you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download the History Hit app please go to the Android or Apple store. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Boxes and Lines
An Industry Divided with Shane Swanson of Coalition Greenwich

Boxes and Lines

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 33:14


On this episode of Boxes and Lines, JR and Ronan chat with Coalition Greenwich Senior Analyst Shane Swanson about the results of a recent survey of sellside market participants that Coalition Greenwich conducted in partnership with IEX Exchange. The survey uncovered interesting insights about perspectives on market structure topics such as the rise of retail trading, exchange rebate tiers, and SEC priorities, as well as questions around how firms are assessing the blockchain and digital asset space. Recorded April 19, 2022.Listen to more Boxes and Lines episodes and learn more at https://exchange.iex.io/podcast/

Mitchell Berean Church - Podcast
4. Divided: Support Each Other

Mitchell Berean Church - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 34:36


This weekend we continue in our series called DIVIDED. We continue to look at God's plan to bring a divided world together through the person of Jesus Christ. God offers to the entire world and all peoples, salvation through faith in Jesus. The church becomes that place where unity is found through diversity. This series explores the "One Another" passages in the New Testament. This week we focus on some of the passages that speak to the fact that one of the things we give to each other in the church is support. We Support one another in some very important ways. In order to follow the commands given in scripture we must know how this is supposed to work in our church. Join us this week as we explore some more of the one another commands in scripture. We aim to be a church filled with followers of Jesus who are living out the commands God has given us. To Be The Church means to support each other as Jesus wants us to. This helps bring unity and harmony to our church. For Scripture, notes, upcoming events, & more: http://bible.com/events/48884244

unDivided with Brandi Kruse
56: [un]Divided with Brandi Kruse: It's up to the aliens (5.20.22)

unDivided with Brandi Kruse

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 31:13


Today on [un]Divided: It may take an alien invasion to bring us together. Plus: Elon Musk plans to default vote. Also: Would Justice Clarence Thomas really ban interracial marriage? 

No Agenda
1452: "Toxic Stew"

No Agenda

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 212:54


No Agenda Episode 1452 - "Toxic Stew" "Toxic Stew Executive Producers: Sir Boiled Peanut Black Knight Sir Big Loaf Lee Rhodes Gunter Weber Anonymous Matthew Schock Chris "Sully" Sullivan Sir Jake Knight of the Deep Blue Sea The Feral Housewife casey hamre Douwe Andela Joe Spry Anonymous Sir Paul of the Command Line Ecuador Eric Tim Osborn Evan Downs Ryan Kilgo kristen gottula Evan & Sarah Ellen Lacke Sir Rogue of the Taverns, Baron of the Cowichan valley Associate Executive Producers: Anonymous Rancher Joshua Gribben Sean Fincham Alan Dix Anonymous Jonathan Keegan, Baronet Sir Cycle Path David Medus & Leila Jessie Hrynkiw Andrew Baker Sir William Lee Justin Spry Become a member of the 1453 Club, support the show here Boost us with with Podcasting 2.0 Certified apps: Podfriend - Breez - Sphinx - Podstation - Curiocaster - Fountain Title Changes Baronet Sir Rogue of the Taverns -> Sir Rogue of the Taverns, Baron of the Cowichan valley Knights & Dames Michael Zavala -> Sir Lavish, Knight of Divided and Concord California and the Dirty Sac Delta and Surrounding Territories et al Victor Munoz -> Sir Vic, Knight of the Threat Hunters Art By: Capitalist Agenda End of Show Mixes: Prof JJ - Lee O LaPuke - GWFFTheKok Engineering, Stream Management & Wizardry Mark van Dijk - Systems Master Ryan Bemrose - Program Director Back Office Aric Mackey Chapters: Dreb Scott Clip Custodian: Neal Jones NEW: and soon on Netflix: Animated No Agenda No Agenda Social Registration Sign Up for the newsletter No Agenda Peerage ShowNotes Archive of links and Assets (clips etc) 1452.noagendanotes.com New: Directory Archive of Shownotes (includes all audio and video assets used) archive.noagendanotes.com RSS Podcast Feed Full Summaries in PDF No Agenda Lite in opus format NoAgendaTorrents.com has an RSS feed or show torrents Last Modified 05/19/2022 17:22:23This page created with the FreedomController Last Modified 05/19/2022 17:22:23 by Freedom Controller  

Why the World Needs You Podcast
Ep. 76: How can we be less divided?

Why the World Needs You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 24:00


Hey there friend :) I felt a little nervous about sharing this, because the content is a bit more "intense." Politics. Abortion. Vaccines. All of these things are mentioned. (Is the click-bait working? :P ) But seriously, while it feels uncomfortable to be talking about this stuff openly... That's exactly the point of this episode. It's what we need. It's who I want to be. Welcome to a safe space where we don't have to agree, but where we do each one another compassion of our shared humanity. Listen to the episode for the elaboration. Come say hey and start a conversation over on IG -> http://instagram.com/benjamin.m.fritz

20twenty
Christians on the Left-Right Political Spectrum - Anglicans Divided - Greg Bondar (Family Voice Aust) - 19 May 2022

20twenty

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 18:38


We're talking about the Big issues with Family Voice Australia. Help Vision to keep 'Connecting Faith to Life': https://vision.org.au/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mackey & Judd w/ Ramie
Minnesota Timberwolves don't have to worry about NBA Draft lottery!; Minnesota Twins fans divided

Mackey & Judd w/ Ramie

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 53:33


The Minnesota Timberwolves don't have to worry about the NBA Draft lottery; Also Chris Finch was disrespected in coach of the year voting; Wolves want a splash hire with their next pobo!; What the Wolves can learn from remaining playoff teams; (28:55) Minnesota Twins fans are divided over their plan with Byron Buxton; Carlos Correa doubles down on Buxton and the complexity of media vs fans.

Reversing Climate Change
S3E14: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times—w/ Mónica Guzmán

Reversing Climate Change

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 39:04


Mónica Guzmán has some difficult conversations with her parents. She's a liberal Democrat, while her mom and dad voted enthusiastically for Trump both times. So, how does she bridge the political divide and maintain a loving relationship with her parents, despite their differences of opinion? And what can you and I do to develop intellectual curiosity and see difficult issues from different points of view? Mónica is the Digital Director at Braver Angels , the nation's largest nonprofit working to depolarize America. She is also the author of the new book, I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times. On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Mónica joins Ross to discuss how she navigates the relationship with her conservative Republican parents, describing why it's important to maintain connections with friends and family who don't see things the way you do. Mónica explains how condescension and curiosity are mutually exclusive, challenging us to begin conversations by believing that the other person's perspective is valid and asking questions around how they came to their beliefs. Listen in to understand how the more facets of an issue you see, the closer you are to the truth, and learn how to be open to influence or new information that might change your opinion. Connect with Nori Purchase Nori Carbon Removals Nori's website Nori on Twitter Check out our other podcast, Carbon Removal Newsroom Resources I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times by Monica Guzman Braver Angels Monica on Braver Angels Monica's Website --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support

unDivided with Brandi Kruse
55: [un]Divided with Brandi Kruse: 'Replacement theory' (5.16.22)

unDivided with Brandi Kruse

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 25:00


Today on [un]Divided: Jeff Bezos pushes back at White House for deflecting on inflation. Plus: The debate around so-called "replacement theory" as a hate crime motivator. Also: The gender identity debate in schools is officially off the rails. 

British Culture: Albion Never Dies
Back in Britain #5 | The UK vs the US (two countries divided by common clichés?)

British Culture: Albion Never Dies

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 40:12


I've largely avoided comparisons between UK and US culture until now, despite it being a terribly popular topic online. It's really a whole sub-genre, and there are some people putting out great content on this topic, but it was a video by David Zarinksky - better known as 'The Bond Experience' - that has prompted me to make this episode. His video, with Calvin Dyson, is called "USA vs UK Bond Fans | The Differences and the Similarities", and I make a fair few references to it, so do check out his Youtube channel. I talk about that for about 30 minutes, then give my report on life in the UK for the remaining 10, just after the sounds of the countryside. If you haven't heard of 'The Knitted Bible' exhibition, do check out their Facebook page.  You can find me on Instagram: @FlemingNeverDiesYou can e-mail me: AlbionNeverDies@Gmail.comCheck out my Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/britishcultureCheck out my Red Bubble shop: https://www.redbubble.com/people/british-cultureOh, and why not check out my friend Caine's video on Christianity in Imperial China? You've heard him talk about British culture in many, many Deep Dives for this podcast. On his Youtube channel 'Videos by Caine', he covers this really cool topic. Support the show

Charlottesville Community Engagement
May 16, 2022: Divided Charlottesville Planning Commission recommends permit for 390-room, seven-story building on JPA

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 23:32


There is a month and a week left until the summer solstice, and the time when the days begin growing shorter. Until then, there are now over 14 hours of sunlight in the section of the Earth on the day when the May 16 edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement is produced. That’s enough time to ensure that this newsletter and podcast at least tries to bring as much information as possible. I’m your host, Sean Tubbs. On today’s program:Charlottesville Planning Commission recommends a seven-story building on Jefferson Park AvenueA fatal crash on U.S. 29 near Greenbrier Road has claimed the life of a Charlottesville manAn Augusta County elections official is the latest appointee to the State Board of ElectionsA quick update on COVID-19 from the UnivToday’s first shout-out goes to LEAPWe’re now well into spring, and many of us may have already turned on our air conditioning units for the first in months. To see what you can do to get the most out of your home, contact LEAP, your local energy nonprofit, to schedule a home energy assessment this month - just $45 for City and County residents. LEAP also offers FREE home weatherization to income- and age-qualifying residents. If someone in your household is age 60 or older, or you have an annual household income of less than $74,950, you may qualify for a free energy assessment and home energy improvements such as insulation and air sealing. Sign up today to lower your energy bills, increase comfort, and reduce energy waste at home!COVID cases still increasing; UVA Health urges renewed maskingAs the week begins, the Virginia Department of Health this morning reports a seven-day average for new COVID-19 cases at 2,750 a day and the seven-day percent positivity has increased to 14.6 percent. The actual amount of spread is likely higher due to the number of home tests that have become common as a first diagnosis for many people. “There are many people calling saying they’re COVID positive and importantly and interestingly, a fair number of those people have been vaccinated,” said Dr. Costi Sifri, the director of hospital epidemiology for the University of Virginia Health System. With more cases in the community, UVA officials say its time to take precautions again.“Personally I’m masking back up and I think a lot of people are making the decision,” said Wendy Horton, the CEO of the UVA Health System. “It’s people that have been really careful, been vaccinated, and I think we’re just in this interesting time where we’re really tired of masking but I think it’s alive and well. We know it. We see it in our workforce. We see it in our patients.” The latest COVID model from the UVA Biocomplexity Institute was released on Friday. “Models forecast a significant surge of cases in the coming weeks,” reads the model. “Case rates are not expected to reach levels seen during the January wave. But they will likely exceed those seen in pre-Omicron waves.” Dr. Sifri said ebbs and flows are likely to continue as COVID-19 continues to transition from pandemic to endemic. He said the same public health advice exists. “In a period of time like now where we’re starting to see a surge in cases, this is the time to say okay, in this time and place right now, wearing a mask is helpful to prevent transmission,” Dr. Sifri said. “It’s also important because with COVID it still remains the case that probably half or more than half of cases are in people who are asymptomatic or have such mild symptoms that they don’t recognize that they’re sick.” This week the Virginia Department of Health is retiring several dashboards and ways of reporting COVID. People who seek to know cases by vaccination status will need to go to the Centers for Disease Control website. Cases and Deaths by Date Reported will also be phased out. The changes will take place on May 19. The VDH already has stopped reporting cases by locality on its website. Learn more about the changes on their website.Fatal crash on Seminole TrailAlbemarle County police are investigating the cause of a fatal crash last night in the 1200 block of U.S. 29 near Greenbrier Drive. Thirty-six-year old Justin Michael Tilghman of Charlottesville died at the scene of the crash which happened at 9:21 p.m. last night. The driver of a second vehicle was taken to the University of Virginia hospital. The Albemarle County Police Department’s Fatal Crash Reconstruction Team is leading the investigation. This is the fourth fatality on Albemarle County roads so far in 2022. Augusta County official named to State Board of ElectionsGovernor Glenn Youngkin has named a member of the Augusta County Board of Elections to serve on the Virginia State Board of Elections. Youngkin named Georgia K. Alvis-Long to the position. A press release identifies her occupation as a registered nurse instructor. Under Virginia law, the State Board of Elections is a five-member body that will have three members from the political party that won the Governor’s mansion in the last election. “Each political party entitled to an appointment may make and file recommendations with the Governor for the appointment,” reads Section 24.2-102 of Virginia Code.Alvis-Long fills a position left by the resignation of Jamilah D. LeCruise. For more recent appointments, take a look at the full release. Second shout-out: Charlottesville Jazz Society spotlighting benefit show for UkraineIn today’s second subscriber supported shout-out. The Charlottesville Jazz Society is spotlighting a benefit event to support the people of Ukraine at the Whiskey Jar this Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Young jazz students near the besieged city of Mariupol sent guitarist Royce Campbell a plea to help, and several area musicians have jumped into help. Vocalist Monica Worth has organized the event, and Campbell will play for Ukraine with bassist Andre La Vell and drummer Jim Howe. Many of Charlottesville’s best jazz musicians will sit in. Donations will be collected and sent to Global Giving’s Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund, and you can also go ahead and support this effort with a payment online. That’s We Play for Ukraine at the Whiskey Jar this Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Divided Planning Commission approves seven-story building on Jefferson Park Avenue A divided Charlottesville Planning Commission voted 4-3 on May 10 to recommend that City Council approve a special use permit for additional height and density for a seven-story U-shaped building at 2005 Jefferson Park Avenue.  They’ve also recommended reducing parking requirements by 22 percent over what would otherwise be required.“The [special use permit] is required to accommodate a development being proposed for 119-units of multifamily dwellings within one building with underground parking,” said city planner Matt Alfele. This project was filed after the city adopted a new Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map created as part of the Charlottesville Plans Together initiative, which is still underway. There are currently 17 units across multiple structures across the property. “The Future Plan Use Map, the Comprehensive Plan that we went through, is increasing density and increasing density in certain areas of the city, and this area of the city is one that is looking to increase density and to increase density at especially this scale is going to create a big building,” Alfele said. The developer would pay $500,000 into the city’s affordable housing fund rather than provide required affordable units on-site or at another location nearby. They’ll build 125 parking spaces in an underground garage with access on Washington Avenue. Residents would not be eligible to park on that street or Observatory due to restricted parking. The building would be seven stories taller from JPA and would be five stories tall at the back. “The biggest concern I think staff had was the rear elevation, the five story building going down into the mainly single-family, two-family neighborhood,” Allele said. This request comes after City Council adopted a new Comprehensive Plan with a Future Land Use Map that encourages more residential density, but before the new zoning rules have been written. “Do you happen to know and can you remind me what in our Future Land Use map, what this area is designated as, and what the by-right height would be in that corridor?” asked City Councilor Michael Payne. “This is Urban Mixed Use Corridor and the height is five stories or up to eight at key intersections,” Alfele said. “This is one of the areas where our Comprehensive Plan land use conflicts with our current zoning because our Comprehensive land use map is anticipating our zoning changing. The Future Land Use Map measures in stories and not feet.” Under the existing zoning, the structure could be 35 feet tall without a permit. This is one of the areas that will be clarified in the zoning rewrite. The term “key intersection” is also currently not defined. Payne pointed out the Comprehensive Plan seeks to encourage more units that would be rented to people below market. “The framework that we’ve adopted for that is that if we’re going above the by-right height, the reason we’re doing that is to have an inclusionary zoning program that’s going to required affordable housing as part of that,” Payne said. Payne also suggested $500,000 as an affordable housing contribution would not go far. “I know it’s their choice and we don’t have any control over it but I would just note for the record that we got an affordable housing report that included data on the total subsidy needed to construct a new affordable unit, and I can’t remember the exact number but I know in Virginia that total subsidy to build one new unit could be around $300,000,” Payne said. Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook noted that there had been a lot of concerns during the Future Land Use Map from other neighborhoods such as North Downtown, but he had not heard much from the JPA neighborhood at that time.“The one area where it seemed clear that everyone was willing to agree we should have increased density was along JPA yet there was no basically no public discussion of that fact,” Snook said. Until the rezoning is finalized, individual applications like this are the forum for how the city will look in the future. The project will need a certificate of appropriateness from the Entrance Corridor Review Board, which is also the Planning Commission. They’ll get to influence the design. The developer said the area was already predominantly occupied by renters, and that this level of density is served by transit. “We are one block away in each direction from the trolley stops,” said Erin Hannegan with Mitchell + Matthews Architects and Planners. Hannegan acknowledged the Future Land Use Map designation of Urban Mixed Use Corridor and said this project meets the goals of the Comprehensive Plan.“The further definition is ‘higher intensity mixed-use development’ for this area and that’s exactly what we’re trying to do,” Hannegan said. “A higher intensity development. Mixed use is not allowed under the R-3 mixed-use currently designated.” Hannegan acknowledged that the new building would be out of scale with what is currently there, but anticipated the future conditions of JPA.“This building might be taller than its current neighbors but it won’t be out of character with the future implementation of the Comprehensive Plan and the implementation of the vision that’s been in the works for over 20 years for this particular neighborhood,” Hannegan said. At the public hearing, Nina Barnes of the Jefferson Park Avenue Neighborhood Association said the Comprehensive Plan compels Council and the Planning Commission to take adverse effects into account when considering a special use permit. “Adverse impacts may include traffic or parking congestion, undue density and population, and massing and scale,” Barnes said. “This project has adverse effects in all of these ways.”Barnes said the seven-story building would block the sun from existing one and two story buildings.Ellen Contini-Morava said the staff reports seemed to be in favor of the developer, and noted the gap between an adopted Comprehensive Plan and older zoning. She said this undermines the spirit of the Cville Plans Together Initiative. “This application treats the rezoning that’s proposed in the Future Land Use Map as if it were already in place,” Contini-Morava said. “This application not only aims to short-circuit the rezoning process but even requests a height that is two stories higher than the five stories suggested in the Future Land Use Map for the JPA corridor.” Fifeville resident Matthew Gillikin spoke for the group Livable Cville, which is not a registered entity with the State Corporation Commission but is active in promoting higher density in the community. Gillikin said the answer to affordability in Charlottesville is more housing. “And the developer is planning to contribute nearly $500,000 to the Charlottesville affordable housing fund as a condition to build,” Gillikin said. “This will fund groups like [Charlottesvile Redevelopment and Housing Authority], LEAP, [Albemarle Housing Improvement Program], [Piedmont Housing Alliance], and Habitat for Humanity in the work to address local housing issues.” Gillikin said approval of this project would prevent students from moving into local neighborhoods such as Tenth and Page and Fifeville. These units would have no affordability provisions. For comparisons let’s look at the Standard, another building designed by Mitchell + Matthews Architects. According to their website, the lowest rent for a room in a four-bedroom unit goes for $1,029 a month. Double occupancy in a single bedroom in a three bedroom unit can go for $845 a month. One and two bedroom units in the Standard are sold out. Pricing is not available online for the Flats at West Village. The Lark on Main has a one bedroom unit with a study for $1,879 a month. A room in a four bedroom, four bathroom costs $955 a month. Garage parking is an extra $100. Commission discussionAfter the public hearing, Commissioner Hosea Mitchell said he supported the project, but did want the massing to be a little more consistent with the rest of the neighborhoods. “We do need more housing in Charlottesville and we do a bit of relief valve,” Mitchell said. “We need housing in Charlottesville that is closer to UVA so that the housing that is further away from UVA can be used by the rest of our citizenry,” Mitchell said. Commissioner Taneia Dowell said if the developer is going to additional density based on the future zoning for the property, the spirit of the Affordable Housing Plan must also be honored. “That’s where I’m really having some heartburn,” Dowell said. “If we’re going to go off future endeavors for this project and this special use permit, then we need to go off future endeavors for everything related to this.” Commissioner Jody Lahendro said he could not support this level of density in the area and especially with a building with that much massing. He said the Comprehensive Plan also calls for development on Entrance Corridors to be compatible with existing neighborhoods. “I am not in favor of sacrificing a long term neighborhood for providing student housing for the University,” Lahendro said. “I think the people who have lived here and the single-family homes in this neighborhood deserve… we can’t just pretend that they’re not there.” Commissioner Rory Stolzenberg said he was reviewing the permit request under existing rules and not looking ahead to the new zoning. Quoting the standards of review, he noted that the Commission must review whether a proposal would be “harmonious with existing patterns of use and development in the neighborhood.”“But it will shock you guys to learn that harmonious is not actually defined in the code so the question I think before us is whether a five-story building can co-exist near or next to even smaller buildings including detached houses,” Stolzenberg said. “I’d note there’s already a four and a half story building at the head of the street.” Bill Palmer is with the Office of the Architect at the University of Virginia and sits as a non-voting member of the Planning Commission. He said UVA is not in an era where they are being required by the Commonwealth of Virginia to increase enrollment. According to the UVA office of Institutional Research and Analytics, there was an on-Grounds enrollment in Fall 2021 of 16,793 undergraduates and 6,928 graduate students. (enrollment data)“If you look at our official projects, they are flat,” Palmer said. Palmer said UVA is building additional housing on Grounds, including a second new structure in the Brandon Avenue Corridor. He also said the UVA initiative to build up to 1,500 new affordable units in the community includes a site further down from 2005 JPA in Albemarle County at the Piedmont housing site. “In terms of having affordable housing close in the future, that will be a place where the University is trying to provide something,” Palmer said. Council thoughtsCouncil will have the final decision, but did not vote during what is their first reading.Councilor Payne said he was frustrated that the affordability rules of the future are not yet in place. “This happened with another [special use permit] a few weeks ago where we’re in this strange situation where we’re sort of evaluating the Future Land Use Map and zoning map rewrite in mind, but if we’re using that in our evaluation, that will include our framework of inclusionary zoning and affordable housing overlays which are critical to the success of that plan for affordable housing,” Payne said. Councilor Brian Pinkston said he is learning toward support because it did provide more housing close to the University of Virginia. “I’m not able to fully articulate how we square that with point number one which is whether it is harmonious,” Pinkston said. “To some degree I think harmoniousness might be in the eye of the beholder. I will say that in terms of how the design was laid out and that you have seven stories in the front and five stories in the back, I thought there was some care and attention to trying to integrate into the neighborhood.” Snook also said he had issues with the word “harmonious” and said the traditional form of land use control known as “Euclidean zoning” is not good at dealing with change. “It doesn’t allow for us to grow gradually from a little bit of density to a little bit more density,” Snook said. “It allows us to say okay, we’re going to rezone the entire block of the entire neighborhood but it doesn’t let us go bit by bit.” As the Entrance Corridor Review Board, the Planning Commission voted unanimously on a motion to acknowledge there would be an adverse impact, but those impacts can be mitigated through the design process. As the Planning Commission, they consider a motion made by Stolzenberg to recommend approval. The was 4-3 with Stolzenberg, Mitchell, Habbab, and Commission Chair Lyle Solla-Yates voting in favor. Lahendro joined Dowell and Commissioner Liz Russell in voting no.  Help Ting help support Town Crier productions!For one year now, Town Crier Productions has had a promotional offering through Ting!Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP! The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here! 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The Best of Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
What's Gone Viral - Was it brake failure or pure negligence? Twitter divided over truck video

The Best of Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 5:50


What's Gone Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mitchell Berean Church - Podcast
3. Divided: Grow Together

Mitchell Berean Church - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 32:52


This week we continue our series called DIVIDED with a focus on the fact that We Need Each Other To Grow - The Bible tells us that we belong to each other, we are commanded to love each other and next we need each other to grow as followers of Jesus. These commands that teach us to come together are called the "One Another" passages of scripture. The word in Greek translated into English "One Another" is Allelon. The word occurs 100 times in the NT and 59 of those are specific commands teaching us how to relate to each other. Growth is important if you are a Christian. If you have decided to follow Jesus He wants you to grow up and become what is called Spiritually mature. Spiritual Maturity will give you: Insight and wisdom You will be able to handle the difficulties in life well You will make good decisions You will have knowledge of right and wrong God cares a lot about your spiritual maturity. Join us this weekend as we focus on how we help each other grow up to become spiritually mature. For Scripture, notes, upcoming events, & more: http://bible.com/events/48884242

Trinity City Church
Divided at the Table

Trinity City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022


Text: 1 Corinthians 11:2-16

The Breakdown A Woman's Perspective
Black Women's Empowerment: A movement divided

The Breakdown A Woman's Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 166:13


#bwe #feminist #sisterhood #womanist #movement #thegirlsarefighting #matriarch #badbitch #sorority #friendships #cliques #separtion #interracialdating #education #gossip #businessowners #bossbitch #family #work #building #assault #dyingalone #mammies #sistageorge #concreterose #thebreakdown   Trap Hallowen Intro by TaigaSoundProd Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/6696-trap-hallowen-intro License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

unDivided with Brandi Kruse
54: [un]Divided with Brandi Kruse: Progressive City Showdown (5.13.22)

unDivided with Brandi Kruse

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:43


Today on [un]Divided: America's moral consistency problem. Plus: Another Congressional Republican is caught on tape being a hypocrite. Also: Brandi's best friend joins the podcast to compare and contrast the political climates in Seattle and New York City.

Sex and Psychology Podcast
Episode 92: How To Get In The Right Headspace For Sex

Sex and Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 37:07


One of the keys to great sex is being in the right headspace and allowing yourself to be totally immersed in the experience. If you're not fully into it, it's easy for your mind to start wandering and to get distracted. Divided attention can make it hard to stay aroused and to reach orgasm. So how can you get in the right mental space for great sex? That's what we're going to be talking about today. We're going to be discussing a mental state called flow and share practical tips for getting into this state of mind so that you can have the best sex of your life. I am joined by Dr. Emily Jamea, an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist and host of the Love and Libido podcast. Some of the topics we explore in this episode include: What does it mean to be in a state of "flow?" How is flow similar to or different from practicing mindfulness? How can being in a flow state enhance sexual satisfaction? What is the role of flow in kinky sex? Do some people naturally have an easier time getting into flow states than others? How can you open yourself up to experiencing flow during sex? How can flow boost sexual desire and help people to deal with sexual difficulties? Check it out! To learn more about Emily, visit her website at emilyjamea.com As a special deal for listeners, Emily is offering 50% off her online sex ed workshops (available on her website) with the coupon code: HALFOFF Thanks to The Handy (thehandy.com) and The Kinsey Institute (kinseyinstitute.org) for sponsoring this episode! The Handy, made by Sweet Tech, is an automatic stroker designed for self-pleasure. Pair it with your sleeve of choice to mimic realistic sensations of different partnered activities with precise speed and stroke control. Visit https://link.thehandy.com/sexandpsych-1 to learn more and use my exclusive discount code (sexandpsych) to get 10% off your order. The Kinsey Institute's (kinseyinstitute.org) 75th anniversary is underway and you are invited to join in the celebration! Follow @kinseyinstitute on social media to learn more about upcoming events. Also, please consider a gift or donation to the Institute to support sex research and education. Click here to donate. *** Want to learn more about Sex and Psychology? Click here for previous articles or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit to receive updates. You can also follow Dr. Lehmiller on YouTube and Instagram. Listen and stream all episodes on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Amazon. Subscribe to automatically receive new episodes and please rate and review the podcast! Credits: Jonathan Raz (Podcast editing) and Shutterstock/Florian (Music). Image created with Canva; photos used with permission of guest.

The Everyday Missionary
(Ep. 241) My Honest Working Through Of A Deeply Divided Issue

The Everyday Missionary

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022


Matt Boswellno

Podcast - GetReligion
America's more divided? That's been true for several decades

Podcast - GetReligion

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022


GetReligion editor Terry Mattingly discusses “'America's more divided? That's been true for several decades”

City Cast Denver
A Shooting. A Neighborhood Divided. What's Next for La Alma-Lincoln Park?

City Cast Denver

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 14:34


On April 27, Gary Arellano was shot and killed in La Alma-Lincoln Park. The city's response? Fence off the park to the community, something that Arellano's family says is in direct opposition to what he would have wanted. And this wasn't the first time the park has been closed to the public because of violence. So what's to be done in this rapidly gentrifying neighborhood? Denver Post reporter Elizabeth Hernandez has been reporting on the situation at La Alma-Lincoln Park, and she's on the show to explain what happened, why, and explore this moment's connections with the historic displacement of Auraria, just on the other side of Colfax.  Gary Arellano's family is hosting a benefit this Saturday, May 14, at The Denver Inner City Parish from 1-6 p.m. You can find details for that, a link to their GoFundMe, and their petition to “Save La Alma Park in Honor of Gary Arellano” here.  The Park Hill golf course drama continues and Peyton's breaking it all down in the City Cast Denver newsletter. Read and subscribe: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ Do you have a connection to La Alma-Lincoln Park? Tweet us: @citycastdenver. Or leave us a voicemail with your name and neighborhood, and you might hear it on the show: (720) 500-5418‬ Looking to advertise on City Cast Denver? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Patriot Cause
Why Has America Become So Divided?

The Patriot Cause

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 32:01


There is no doubt that we live in a politically divided country. That division is reflected in the narrowly divided makeup of both the House and especially the Senate. Instead of working together for the good of all Americans, Congress has unfortunately devolved to a point where the two parties only want to destroy each other. They don't seem to care about meaningful legislation or passing an actual budget. Compromise is a dirty word in today's Congress. Compromise is equated to weakness by many in the media. Congress reflects our political divide https://triblive.com/opinion/letter-to-the-editor-congress-reflects-our-political-divide/ Why Has America Become So Divided? https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/psych-unseen/201809/why-has-america-become-so-divided Break https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=So94m-Lp6Pw  

T4G Podcast
Panel: What Does Together for the Gospel Mean When We're So Divided?

T4G Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 29:23


More talks like this one are available at T4G.org.

TIME's Top Stories
Column: Our Nation Is Still Divided Along the Battle Lines of the Civil War

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 7:52


Worries about a new civil war in the United States are misplaced because the Civil War never fully ended. That is essential knowledge for understanding current political divisions, especially the recriminations surrounding the leaked draft Supreme Court Roe decision, negating constitutional protections of a woman's abortion rights.

unDivided with Brandi Kruse
53: [un]Divided with Brandi Kruse: Running rampant like an elephant (5.9.22)

unDivided with Brandi Kruse

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 37:25


Today on [un]Divided: Washington state reaches a milestone worth screaming into a pillow about. Plus: Does the renewed abortion debate mean a change in Midterm strategy for blue state Republicans? Also: A Wordle scandal. 

As It Is - Voice of America
Taliban Divided as New Leaders Force Women to Cover Bodies - May 09, 2022

As It Is - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 5:09


Divided by Werewolves
Divided by Werewolves - Episode 147: We're All Going to the World's Fair, Broadcast Signal Intrusion, Moon Knight, Dr Strange 2 & Trek to Yomi

Divided by Werewolves

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 79:20


This episode we take the World's Fair Challenge with We're All Going to the World's Fair before getting into Broadcast Signal Intrusion, heading to Cairo with Moon Knight and traversing the multiverse with Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness! Then Mitch lets us know how his Trek to Yomi is going. There is a spoiler for Dr Strange 2 from 00:58:00 to 01:00:04 so be warned! Be sure to follow all of the hijinks on our Facebook page and on Instagram! Follow Mitch on Twitter. Follow Brandon on Twitter. Thanks for listening and feel free to send any questions or comments to podcast@dividedbywerewolves.com.

BEHIND THE VELVET ROPE
MARGARET JOSEPHS (on epic RHONJ Season, Explosive Reunion & How To Move Forward With a Cast Divided) - II

BEHIND THE VELVET ROPE

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 52:35


Margaret Josephs steps back Behind The Rope. What a #RHONJ season! Marge is here to break down all that we have seen over the past epic season - Jackie's brave struggles with eating, Jennifer's aftermath of Bill's affair, throw in some Dolo and Mel and of course, the central falling out between her and Tre regarding one Mr. Luis Ruelas. Of course, with Part Two of the reunion dropping tomorrow night, Margaret talks about what we really can expect, Andy Cohen's frustration, House Husband walk offs, and how all of the cast's relationships will never ever be the same again. Raw and unfiltered, Margaret Josephs like you have never heard her before. Hey, it pays to be a friend of a Housewife and not some blogger looking for clout (thanks for the WWHL shout out Marge!) Finally, looking ahead to next season, we discuss where does this fractured cast, specifically her relationship with Tre, go from here and how can filming begin a “rumored” few weeks from now. @therealmargaretjosephs @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef BONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at - www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope BROUGHT TO YOU BY: OUAI - www.theouai.com (15% Off Your Entire Purchase. Use Code VELVETROPE) DAME - www.dameproducts.com (Enter Code VELVETROPE For 15% Off Your Order) CALM - www.calm.com/velvetrope (40% off unlimited access to Calm's entire library.) LEMONADA MEDIA “BEING Trans” - (Out Now Wherever You Get Your Podcasts) MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
Mónica Guzmán, "I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times" (BenBella Books, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 63:45


Journalist Mónica Guzmán is the loving liberal daughter of Mexican immigrants who voted—twice—for Donald Trump. When the country could no longer see straight across the political divide, Mónica set out to find what was blinding us and discovered the most eye-opening tool we're not using: our own built-in curiosity. Partisanship is up, trust is down, and our social media feeds make us sure we're right and everyone else is ignorant (or worse). But avoiding one another is hurting our relationships and our society. In I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times (BenBella Books, 2022), Mónica takes us to the real front lines of a crisis that threatens to grind America to a halt—broken conversations among confounded people. Drawing from cross-partisan conversations she's had, organized, or witnessed everywhere from the echo chambers on social media to the wheat fields in Oregon to raw, unfiltered fights with her own family on election night, Mónica shows how you can put your natural sense of wonder to work for you immediately, finding the answers you need by talking with people—rather than about them—and asking the questions you want, curiously. This podcast episode is a recording of a live event co-hosted by Gather, an initiative of the Agora Journalism Center at the University of Oregon that focuses on community-centered journalism. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Language
Mónica Guzmán, "I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times" (BenBella Books, 2022)

New Books in Language

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 63:45


Journalist Mónica Guzmán is the loving liberal daughter of Mexican immigrants who voted—twice—for Donald Trump. When the country could no longer see straight across the political divide, Mónica set out to find what was blinding us and discovered the most eye-opening tool we're not using: our own built-in curiosity. Partisanship is up, trust is down, and our social media feeds make us sure we're right and everyone else is ignorant (or worse). But avoiding one another is hurting our relationships and our society. In I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times (BenBella Books, 2022), Mónica takes us to the real front lines of a crisis that threatens to grind America to a halt—broken conversations among confounded people. Drawing from cross-partisan conversations she's had, organized, or witnessed everywhere from the echo chambers on social media to the wheat fields in Oregon to raw, unfiltered fights with her own family on election night, Mónica shows how you can put your natural sense of wonder to work for you immediately, finding the answers you need by talking with people—rather than about them—and asking the questions you want, curiously. This podcast episode is a recording of a live event co-hosted by Gather, an initiative of the Agora Journalism Center at the University of Oregon that focuses on community-centered journalism. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/language

New Books in American Studies
Mónica Guzmán, "I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times" (BenBella Books, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 63:45


Journalist Mónica Guzmán is the loving liberal daughter of Mexican immigrants who voted—twice—for Donald Trump. When the country could no longer see straight across the political divide, Mónica set out to find what was blinding us and discovered the most eye-opening tool we're not using: our own built-in curiosity. Partisanship is up, trust is down, and our social media feeds make us sure we're right and everyone else is ignorant (or worse). But avoiding one another is hurting our relationships and our society. In I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times (BenBella Books, 2022), Mónica takes us to the real front lines of a crisis that threatens to grind America to a halt—broken conversations among confounded people. Drawing from cross-partisan conversations she's had, organized, or witnessed everywhere from the echo chambers on social media to the wheat fields in Oregon to raw, unfiltered fights with her own family on election night, Mónica shows how you can put your natural sense of wonder to work for you immediately, finding the answers you need by talking with people—rather than about them—and asking the questions you want, curiously. This podcast episode is a recording of a live event co-hosted by Gather, an initiative of the Agora Journalism Center at the University of Oregon that focuses on community-centered journalism. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Communications
Mónica Guzmán, "I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times" (BenBella Books, 2022)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 63:45


Journalist Mónica Guzmán is the loving liberal daughter of Mexican immigrants who voted—twice—for Donald Trump. When the country could no longer see straight across the political divide, Mónica set out to find what was blinding us and discovered the most eye-opening tool we're not using: our own built-in curiosity. Partisanship is up, trust is down, and our social media feeds make us sure we're right and everyone else is ignorant (or worse). But avoiding one another is hurting our relationships and our society. In I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times (BenBella Books, 2022), Mónica takes us to the real front lines of a crisis that threatens to grind America to a halt—broken conversations among confounded people. Drawing from cross-partisan conversations she's had, organized, or witnessed everywhere from the echo chambers on social media to the wheat fields in Oregon to raw, unfiltered fights with her own family on election night, Mónica shows how you can put your natural sense of wonder to work for you immediately, finding the answers you need by talking with people—rather than about them—and asking the questions you want, curiously. This podcast episode is a recording of a live event co-hosted by Gather, an initiative of the Agora Journalism Center at the University of Oregon that focuses on community-centered journalism. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books in Politics
Mónica Guzmán, "I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times" (BenBella Books, 2022)

New Books in Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 63:45


Journalist Mónica Guzmán is the loving liberal daughter of Mexican immigrants who voted—twice—for Donald Trump. When the country could no longer see straight across the political divide, Mónica set out to find what was blinding us and discovered the most eye-opening tool we're not using: our own built-in curiosity. Partisanship is up, trust is down, and our social media feeds make us sure we're right and everyone else is ignorant (or worse). But avoiding one another is hurting our relationships and our society. In I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times (BenBella Books, 2022), Mónica takes us to the real front lines of a crisis that threatens to grind America to a halt—broken conversations among confounded people. Drawing from cross-partisan conversations she's had, organized, or witnessed everywhere from the echo chambers on social media to the wheat fields in Oregon to raw, unfiltered fights with her own family on election night, Mónica shows how you can put your natural sense of wonder to work for you immediately, finding the answers you need by talking with people—rather than about them—and asking the questions you want, curiously. This podcast episode is a recording of a live event co-hosted by Gather, an initiative of the Agora Journalism Center at the University of Oregon that focuses on community-centered journalism. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/politics-and-polemics

University Covenant Church Weekend Messages
What a Letter to a Divided Church Teaches Us - John Fanous (Sunday, May 8)

University Covenant Church Weekend Messages

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 33:00


What a Letter to a Divided Church Teaches Us - John Fanous (Sunday, May 8)

The Zen Mountain Monastery Podcast
Being Divided; Being Whole

The Zen Mountain Monastery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 43:03


Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi - Zen Mountain Monastery, New York, Sunday 05/08/2022 - From Master Wu-men's Gateless Gate, Case 35 - Ch'ien and Her Soul Are Separated - How do we remain undivided amidst the divisive forces within and around us? And where can we truly go to seek wholeness in our lives? In this talk, Shugen Roshi explores the experience of division and wholeness, and how Zen practice brings us closer to the heart of the matter.

New Life Maine
Divided Plates

New Life Maine

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022


Life is messy, y'all. If only we could keep everything separated like one of those picnic plates with the divided sections. Continuing with the Overwhelmed series, Pastor Justin introduces us to the story of the 10 lepers who were healed by Jesus, and how their response to the miracle can tell a lot.

Mitchell Berean Church - Podcast
2. Divided: Love One Another

Mitchell Berean Church - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 34:12


This weekend we celebrate mothers. We all have a mother and so we want to honor her and say thank you for all the sacrifices our mothers have made for us. God calls us to honor our mothers and so we lift them up because of the role God gave them to fill. As we continue in our series called DIVIDED we are focusing on the "One Another" passages in scripture. God calls us to come together in a divided world. We are given instructions that will help us create the community God wants us to have. In these "One Another" passages we are commanded to Love One Another. Our mothers taught us to love each other and so it is fitting that we focus on these passages in our series on this Mother's Day. Love for each other is what bonds us and keeps us bonded as followers of Jesus. Jesus loves us so that we know how to love each other. Our love for each other creates the environment in our churches that will draw others in. We need love to thrive and Jesus established the Church so that it would provide that love for all who come. Love is powerful and helps bring the healing into our lives we so desperately need. Join us this weekend as we learn how to Love One Another so we can create the church Jesus wants us to have. For Scripture, notes, upcoming events, & more: http://bible.com/events/48884241

unDivided with Brandi Kruse
52: [un]Divided with Brandi Kruse: My body, my choice? (5.6.22)

unDivided with Brandi Kruse

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 29:11


Today on [un]Divided: "My body, my choice" has been rendered nearly meaningless. Plus: Dems try to terrify Americans about what could fall after Roe. Also: A government agency that cares more about bad press than fulfilling its core mission.

First Online With Fran
Nicky Beer: Real Phonies & Genuine Fakes, an exploration of our divided selves

First Online With Fran

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 26:07


Nicky Beer is a bi/queer writer, and the author of Real Phonies and Genuine Fakes (Milkweed, 2022). Her first two books, The Diminishing House (Carnegie Mellon, 2010) and The Octopus Game (Carnegie Mellon, 2015), were both winners of the Colorado Book Award for Poetry. She has received honors from the National Endowment for the Arts, MacDowell, the Poetry Foundation, and the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference.

Pantsuit Politics
Now What? How to Move Forward When We're Divided (About Basically Everything)

Pantsuit Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 51:20


TOPICS DISCUSSEDFred Dews from the Brookings Institution interviews Sarah and Beth about their new book Now What? How to Move Forward When We're Divided (About Basically Everything)Outside Politics: Sarah and Beth reflect on their live show with Clint Harp in WacoUPCOMING EXCITING PROJECTS AT PANTSUIT POLITICSSarah and Beth were featured as GMA3's podcast of the monthPre-Order our new book Now What?The Audiobook for Now What? is now available for pre-orderPlease visit our website for full show notes and episode resources. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

unDivided with Brandi Kruse
51: [un]Divided with Brandi Kruse: Go away ninja cosplay (5.2.22)

unDivided with Brandi Kruse

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 29:14


Today on [un]Divided: Is there a way to save Seattle and Portland from annoying anarchists? Plus: While some fire unvaccinated firefighters, other agencies find a way to keep them. Also: CNN's new head wants the network to respect "differing viewpoints."

Daily Path
Overcoming the Divided Mind | #290

Daily Path

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 5:52


Do you find yourself being all over the place when it comes to your day-to-day operations or goals? In "Overcoming the Divided Mind" Joe Winters Jr. of Daily Path Academy shares how we can get more focus to create better results. Start Your Podcast: www.JoeWintersJr.com Music by Bingx.

BEHIND THE VELVET ROPE
MARGARET JOSEPHS (on epic RHONJ Season, Tomorrow's Reunion & How To Move Forward With a Cast Divided) - I

BEHIND THE VELVET ROPE

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 52:41


Margaret Josephs steps back Behind The Rope. What a #RHONJ season! Marge is here to break down all that we have seen over the past epic season - Jackie's brave struggles with eating, Jennifer's aftermath of Bill's affair, throw in some Dolo and Mel and of course, the central falling out between her and Tre regarding one Mr. Luis Ruelas. Of course, on the heels of tomorrow night's premiere of the three part RHONJ reunion, Margaret talks about what we really can expect, Andy Cohen's frustration, House Husband walk offs, and how all of the cast's relationships will never ever be the same again. Raw and unfiltered, Margaret Josephs like you have never heard her before. Hey, it pays to be a friend of a Housewife and not some blogger looking for clout (thanks for the WWHL shout out Marge!) Finally, looking ahead to next season, we discuss where does this fractured cast, specifically her relationship with Tre, go from here and how can filming begin a “rumored” few weeks from now. @therealmargaretjosephs @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef BONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at - www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope BROUGHT TO YOU BY: DORMEO - www.dormeo.com/VELVET (15% Off Your First Purchase) LEMONADA MEDIA “BEING Trans” - (Out Now Wherever You Get Your Podcasts) MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

A Year in the Bible with Daily Grace
2 Chronicles 10-12: The Kingdom Divided

A Year in the Bible with Daily Grace

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 5:46


The Bible tells one big story of redemption. Today, we are journeying through 2 Chronicles 10-12 and exploring how it points to Jesus, where it fits into the story of Scripture, and how the truth of God's Word impacts our lives. Follow along with us in the Story of Redemption Study Vol. 2, today on page 64. Visit The Daily Grace Co. for the Story of Redemption bundle and for more beautiful products that will equip you on your journey to knowing and loving God more. Follow @dailygracepodcast on Instagram for exclusive podcast content and @thedailygraceco for all things The Daily Grace Co. Subscribe to the Daily Grace Podcast on iTunes or Spotify. Read the Bible in a year with us in the Bible App.  

unDivided with Brandi Kruse
50: [un]Divided with Brandi Kruse: Voter intimidation or savvy politics? (4.29.22)

unDivided with Brandi Kruse

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 22:56


Today on [un]Divided: Johnny Depp's defamation suit against Amber Heard is a check on cancel culture. Plus: Dems set up a hotline aimed at signature gatherers. Is it voter intimidation or just savvy politics? 

PBS NewsHour - Segments
A divided Congress grapples with rising gas prices, COVID relief and immigration

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 6:14


Lawmakers returned to Capitol Hill this week and were met with a growing list of legislative items to tackle. From funding for Ukraine to more COVID relief, there's a lot they're hoping to accomplish before the legislative calendar is upended by midterm elections. NewsHour congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders