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Bob, Groz and Tom
Hour 4: Scott Servais, Shannon Drayer & Gary Hill

Bob, Groz and Tom

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 41:23


 Shannon Drayer, MLB Headlines: -Fernando Tatis Sr. is not happy with MLB suspending his son: -Tatis Sr. added: "This is a catastrophe what has taken place, not just for Jr., but for all of baseball. There are millions of fans who are gonna stop watching baseball now. It's a total disappointment for Dominican fans, fans throughout the world, for something so insignificant that wasn't worth it. It's a topical. What came out positive in Jr.'s body is something that doesn't give you strength, first of all, doesn't amplify your [weight-training] regimen, that's second, doesn't have any testosterone, that's third, doesn't contain absolutely anything that would give you an edge in the game. What has occurred is a catastrophe for baseball." -Related: the Padres have scrapped a Fernando Tatis Jr. bobblehead night on September 7 in favor of Juan Soto jersey night -Bryce Harper posted on his IG a picture of him taking BP on Monday. He's been out since fracturing his thumb on June 25-The pitching matchup of the year is tonight: Houston's Justin Verlander (15-3, 1.85 ERA) will face White Sox ace Dylan Cease (12-5, 1.96 ERA) // The Scott Servais Show  // Gary Hill See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Yo Quiero Dinero: A Personal Finance Podcast For the Modern Latina
Legal Tips for Business Owners | Pamela Rosario Law

Yo Quiero Dinero: A Personal Finance Podcast For the Modern Latina

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 46:10


Episode 166 is all about legal tips for business owners, featuring Pamela Rosario of Pamela Rosario Law. Listen now!Pamela is a Dominican attorney raised in NYC with over a decade of legal experience. She currently specializes in Intellectual Property helping creatives and small business owners of color get the legal assistance they need to run successful and legally protected endeavors. With "knowledge is your ultimate superpower" as her mantra, she believes it is your duty to protect yourself, your coins and your business by arming yourself with all of the information you'll need to intimately understand each aspect of your biz. She believes being a business owner, working for yourself, being the owner of your ideas(!) — these are revolutionary acts and our very own form of activism.For full episode show notes, visit here.Loving this episode? Leave us a review on Apple podcasts. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, LinkedIn, YouTube and join our Patreon community!Until next time, stay empowered, stay inspired & #staypoderosa ✨

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
A news conference is held for the cab driver who died chasing after fare-evading passengers, a 14-year-old boy charged in the shooting death of another 14-year-old boy, the spotted lanternfly lands in pockets of New York, and the Dominican Day Parade cele

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 6:31


1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Cabbie dies after chasing passengers who didn't pay fare, and the Dominican Day Parade is back

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 6:31


LMP DJ Mixes
LMP Mixes 0427 : Dominican Day Parade Mixtape 2022 : Download LMP DJ In The App Store

LMP DJ Mixes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022


Please subscribe to our channel for daily mixes and hit like 2022 Club Anthems (Reggaeton, House, Dembow, Hip-Hop) > https://youtu.be/El-ezmSyhLI Reggaeton Mix 2022 Volume 01 (En Vivo) > https://youtu.be/uP2xq5R5h40 Bad Bunny Reggaeton Mix 2022 > https://youtu.be/hBMtZUGj9LI Mix Name: The Official Dominican Day Parade Mixtape (2022) Website: https://www.iamlmp.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamlmp/ Download our DJ Music App Daily Mixes: https://linktr.ee/iamlmp ——- #DominicanDayParade #Reggaeton #IAMLMP

Dominican Dimensions
08/13/22-Dominican Dimensions-Interior Peace

Dominican Dimensions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 27:30


St Gabriel Catholic Radio
08/13/22-Dominican Dimensions-Interior Peace

St Gabriel Catholic Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 27:30


Radio Menea
Ep 187: Bachata Rosa

Radio Menea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 38:48


Juan Luis Guerra's “Bachata Rosa” is an iconic album credited with bringing Dominican genres to the rest of the world. Over thirty years after its release, the album's status as a classic is undeniable. But bachata and merengue both had long histories before Juan Luis Guerra, and bachata specifically - previously seen as a low-class and vulgar style - came to be seen in a whole new light after the album's release, paving the way for many to come after. But what does it mean when a historically Black rural genre garners respect once a white Dominican presents it to the world with a shiny pop treatment? Featuring music by Juan Luis Guerra and his longtime backup band, 440. Show notes: https://bit.ly/3QEuLIx Follow us: instagram.com/RadioMenea twitter.com/RadioMenea tinyletter.com/RadioMenea

Earwolf Presents
Earwolf Presents: Rubirosa

Earwolf Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 35:22


Earwolf Presents Hot Doc Summer with Paul Scheer, your How Did This Get Made? and Unspooled co-host! Paul is introducing you to one of our summer audio documentaries from our Stitcher colleagues at Witness Docs. Imagine instead of James Bond it was…Jaime Bond, Javi Bond, Bondissimo. Well, guess what, y'all? The white, British character at the center of Ian Fleming's super-successful franchise was actually based on a Dominican man. Porfirio Rubirosa was a diplomat, playboy who spoke five languages, an international polo champion, a race-car driver, a pilot, and he became the richest man in the world⁠—twice. This podcast is the true story of Rubirosa's life, told by Christopher Rivas, a Dominican-American, author and storyteller…AND a lifelong fan of James Bond. Listen to the first episode of Rubirosa and learn where it all began with this icon book and film character. For more audio documentary podcasts go to our Witness Doc friends here:www.witnesspodcasts.com/ Or find your usual faves at www.earwolf.com

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


Full Text of ReadingsTuesday of the Nineteenth Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 414All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Teresa Benedicta of the CrossA brilliant philosopher who stopped believing in God when she was 14, Edith Stein was so captivated by reading the autobiography of Teresa of Avila that she began a spiritual journey that led to her baptism in 1922. Twelve years later she imitated Saint Teresa by becoming a Carmelite, taking the name Teresa Benedicta of the Cross. Born into a prominent Jewish family in Breslau, Germany—now Wroclaw, Poland—Edith abandoned Judaism in her teens. As a student at the University of Göttingen, she became fascinated by phenomenology--an approach to philosophy. Excelling as a protégé of Edmund Husserl, one of the leading phenomenologists, Edith earned a doctorate in philosophy in 1916. She continued as a university teacher until 1922, when she moved to a Dominican school in Speyer; her appointment as lecturer at the Educational Institute of Munich ended under pressure from the Nazis. After living for four years in the Cologne Carmel, Sister Teresa Benedicta moved to the Carmelite monastery in Echt, Netherlands, in 1938. The Nazis occupied that country in 1940. In retaliation for being denounced by the Dutch bishops, the Nazis arrested all Dutch Jews who had become Christians. Teresa Benedicta and her sister Rosa, also a Catholic, died in a gas chamber in Auschwitz on August 9, 1942. Pope John Paul II beatified Teresa Benedicta of the Cross in 1987 and canonized her 12 years later. Reflection The writings of Edith Stein fill 17 volumes, many of which have been translated into English. A woman of integrity, she followed the truth wherever it led her. After becoming a Catholic, Edith continued to honor her mother's Jewish faith. Sister Josephine Koeppel, O.C.D., translator of several of Edith's books, sums up this saint with the phrase, “Learn to live at God's hands.” Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross is a Patron Saint of: Converts to Christianity Europe Learn more about Saint Benedicta of the Cross! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

House Of Hardcore Podcast with Tommy Dreamer
Episode #129 - Marti Belle Pt 1

House Of Hardcore Podcast with Tommy Dreamer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 36:06


Marti Belle is a Dominican Professional wrestler currently signed with the NWA. She's the first Dominican wrestler recognized as champion by the NWA and sits down with Tommy for the first of two episodes. They talk about her learning english thru watching the Monday Night Wars, having the same trainer as Tommy, starting in acting school and making her way into wrestling and we're only just scratching the surface on this weeks #HouseofHardcore Podcast with Tommy Dreamer. Original Air Date 8/6/2022SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS http://www.rockauto.com tell them you heard them from the House of Hardcore PodcastSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Mark Simone
Hour 1 The inflation reduction act will cause worse Inflation.

Mark Simone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 34:00


Jose Alba, the bodega worker who killed a crook has decided to move back to the Dominican republic for safety reasons. Michael Goodwin Interview: Mark and Michael talk about the democrats serving only special interest groups and big donors

John Rosemberg Podcast

According to Haytian news they're claiming. DR Government are planning to seized lands and properties from Haytian owners. They claiming Dominican investors who are planning to invest 500 millions dollars to build a new cities in DR that would create new opportunities for Dominican. However they want to removed all the Haytian out of the country by taking all they lands and properties. They're small group of Dominican who hate Haytian for the occupation of Dominican Republic from 1805 until 1844. During that time the Haitian government took a lot of their property burned churches and killed a lot those Spaniards on the island

Path 11 Podcast
405 Helping Stuck Souls Cross Over with Father Nathan Castle

Path 11 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 52:01


Father Nathan Castle graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio and entered the Dominican order in 1979. He received MA and Master of Divinities degrees from the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Berkeley, California. He was Director of the Catholic Communities at Stanford University and Arizona State University. He believes the Holy Spirit has given him a “night job” of helping souls who died suddenly and violently find afterlife peace. He is the author of “And Toto, Too: The Wizard of Oz as a Spiritual Adventure” and “Afterlife, Interrupted (Books 1 and 2): Helping Stuck Souls Cross Over.” ------------------------------- As of this moment, we have over 50 hours of premium videos available at path11tv.com, with new videos added regularly. Watch Path 11 TV wherever you want, on the iPhone, AppleTV, Android, Amazon Fire, and Roku Apps.

EWTN BOOKMARK
2022-08-07 - ST. THOMAS AQUINAS RESCUES MODERN PSYCHOLOGY

EWTN BOOKMARK

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 30:00


St. Thomas Aquinas truly does rescue modern psychology. Fr. Brian Mullady explains the great Dominican's writings on healthy psychology, and how this fits into Catholic moral teaching concerning areas such as Freudian sexuality.

St Gabriel Catholic Radio
08/06/22-Dominican Dimensions-When Trouble Piles On

St Gabriel Catholic Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 27:30


Dominican Dimensions
08/06/22-Dominican Dimensions-When Trouble Piles On

Dominican Dimensions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 27:30


Produced by St Gabriel Catholic Radio

Partakers Church Podcasts
Church History Part 23

Partakers Church Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 8:32


Part 23 The Renaissance - Rebirth In the 14th and 15th centuries there was a great European revival of interest in the values of classical Greek and Roman literature, art, philosophy and politics. It started in Italy and spread throughout Europe. Scholars were called humanists as they moulded their life on the teachings of the great Greek and Roman classical literature. There was also an increase in other areas of life: scholastic freedom grew exponentially, Roman morality, paganism, the Greek New Testament and the study thereof, and many new universities throughout Europe were started. 1. Leading Spokesmen In amidst all this was the Church, which was continuing to change - and to the dismay of the Roman Catholic hierarchy, to the detriment of the established Church. Here are but 3 men – all of whom spoke brave words and lived brave lives! Girolamo Savonarola (1452-1498) - Italian preacher of reform and the hero of many early Protestants. He became a Dominican monk after studying humanism and medicine. He affected the masses by his preaching and transformed the lives of many intellectuals through his thinking. He showed the impurities and corruption of the Roman Catholic system and spoke against the exploitation of the poor. Savonarola was well known for speaking prophecies about civic glory and called for Christian renewal. Eventually Savonarola was excommunicated and executed for denouncing the Pope and the corrupt papal court. Here is one thing that Savonarola wrote: The Pope may err, and that in two ways, either because he is erroneously informed, or from malice. As to the latter cause we leave that to the judgment of God, and believe rather that he has been misinformed. In our own case I can prove that he has been falsely persuaded. Therefore any one who obstinately upholds the excommunication and affirms that I ought not to preach these doctrines is fighting against the kingdom of Christ, and supporting the kingdom of Satan, and is himself a heretic, and deserves to be excluded from the Christian community. John Colet (1466-1519) - a brilliant humanist at Oxford, and influenced Savonarola. He was enlightened and caused the epistles of Paul to live again in message. In 1512, as Dean of St. Paul's, he declared vicious and depraved lives of the church the worst heresy of all times which led to first reforming the bishops and it would spread to all. The church laws could not be enforced until the bishops became new men. Colet taught his students to keep the Bible and the Apostle's Creed. Here is a quote from his convocation sermon of 1512: “You are come together today, fathers and right wise men, to hold a council. In which what you will do and what matters you will handle, I do not yet know, but I wish that, at length, mindful of your name and profession, you would consider of the reformation of ecclesiastical affairs; for never was there more necessity and never did the state of the Church more need endeavors. For the Church – the spouse of Christ – which He wished to be without spot or wrinkle, is become foul and deformed.” Colet went on to conclude: “If, by chance, I should seem to have gone too far in this sermon—if I have said anything with too much warmth—forgive it me, and pardon a man speaking out of zeal, a man sorrowing for the ruin of the Church; and passing, by any foolishness of mine, consider the thing itself.” Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus (1467-1536) He was a student of John Colet and the greatest of all humanists. Professor of Divinity and Greek at Cambridge Uni. He aimed to reform Roman Catholic Church, from within and so didn't leave the church. As a result he was attacked by both the Roman Catholic Church and the Protestants. The Roman Catholic Church for heretical teaching, and by the Protestants for lacking courage. In 1516, he produced the Greek version of the New Testament because he wanted to make it understood by everyone. He was educated by Brethren of the Common Life, was ordained as a Priest in 1492 and laid the egg which Martin Luther later hatched. 2. Modern devotional movement. In Holland and Northern Europe, during this period, there was a renewed interest in a personal devotional life with God. One such group was the 'Brethren of the Common Life', who emphasised personal devotion, poverty, chastity and obedience in a semi-monastic lifestyle. Thomas a'Kempis (1380-1471). Thomas a' Kempis was born in Germany in 1380 to a blacksmith and a schoolmistress. In 1392, he started at school and while there encountered the devotional group, Brethren of the Common Life. From there, Thomas joined a monastery and became a prolific copyist and writer – copying by hand the Bible four times. His most noted work today though, .is the 'Imitation of Christ', still one of the most widely read devotional books, even though it is distinctly Roman Catholic in doctrine it is both scriptural and Christ-centred. The "Imitation of Christ" a devotional book divided into 4 parts. Part 1 - "Helpful Counsels of the Spiritual Life." Part 2 - "Directives for the Interior Life." Part 3 - "On Interior Consolation" Part 4 - "On the Blessed Sacrament" Here are some quotes from that book – ahead of its time in many ways! "At the Day of Judgement we shall not be asked what we have read, but what we have done." — The Imitation of Christ, Book I, Chapter 3 "For man proposes, but God disposes" — The Imitation of Christ, Book I, Chapter 19 "If, however, you seek Jesus in all things, you will surely find Him. " — The Imitation of Christ, Book 2, Chapter 7 You can download a copy of this book for free from CCEL: Tap or click here to save this as an audio mp3 file

Artscape
Manny Ramirez and Miriam Cruz headline Dominican Parade and Festival this weekend

Artscape

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 3:40


Rhode Island's annual Dominican Cultural Parade and Music Festival is coming up this Sunday. Artscape producer James Baumgartner and morning host Chuck Hinman talked with festival organizer Marilyn Cepeda about what to expect.

Catholic Conversations
85: How to Crush Heresy and Save Souls! Feast of St. Dominic Apostle for Our Times!

Catholic Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 58:39


"A man who governs his passions is master of his world. We must either command them or be enslaved by them. It is better to be a hammer than an anvil."- Saint DominicSt. Vincent Ferrer, O.P.     Sermon on the Feast of St. Dominichttps://www.svfsermons.org/C301_On%20St.%20Dominic.html   "You are the salt of the earth, " (Mt 5:13 )  This is the text to be read as today's gospel.  Just as the whole office and the solemnity of the present day is about the most glorious father and confessor of our Lord, St. Dominic, so also  is our sermon. God willing, we shall have many good teachings etc.  But first let the Virgin Mary be hailed etc.The Saint Dominic Missal https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AEPDp85mDRKj4FA6Q5xyGmeSYSZPwuJw/view Liturgical Notes on the Feast of St Dominichttps://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2018/08/liturgical-notes-on-feast-of-st-dominic.htmlO.P. Prayer Apostolate https://www.op-prayer.com/ On the 9th of August, 2021, the O.P. Prayer Apostolate was founded.The intention behind establishing this apostolate is to further the knowledge, amongst both laity and clergy, about the spirituality and liturgy of the Order of Preachers, founded by Saint Dominic in 1216.  The Dominican Contemplatives by a Dominican of Carisbrooke (with a preface by The Very Rev. Father Bede Jarrett, O.P) https://digitalcommons.providence.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1018&context=catholic_documents SEQUENCE FOR THE FEAST OF OUR HOLY FATHER S. DOMINIC (4th August)http://liturgialatina.org/dominican/sequence_dominic.htm As the Morning Star: The Life of St. Dominic https://amzn.to/3BJArNmSt. Albert the Great: The First Universal Doctor https://amzn.to/3byweRNSt. Dominic's Successor: The Life of Blessed Jordan of Saxonyhttps://amzn.to/3ztZlhbDominican Lifehttps://amzn.to/3SjXp3g The Dominican Rite: History and Liturgyhttps://amzn.to/3oSOAjl The Dominican Responsorium O Spem Miram which is traditionally sung after Compline https://youtu.be/6u99EcWNMjwO wonderful hope which you gave to those who wept for you at the hour of your death,promising that after your decease you would be helpful to your brethren.Fulfill, Father what you have said, and help us by your prayers.You enlightened the bodies of the sick with so many miracles:bring us the help of Christ, to heal our sick souls.Fulfill, Father what you have said, and help us by your prayers.Glory be.. In caelesti hierarchiahttps://youtu.be/kwtu5u9NdJU Now new canticles ascending,And new strains harmonious blending,'Mid the hierarchies of heaven:With our earthly choirs according,Join this festival in lauding,To our holy father given. O Lumen Ecclesiaehttps://youtu.be/ZDxnZBrItuIA live recording of the Blackfriars community singing the antiphon "O Lumen" in honour of our Holy Father St. Dominic.  Traditionally sung  following the Salve after Compline.  It translates:"Light of the Church, Teacher of truth, Rose of patience, Ivory of chastity, You freely poured forth the waters of wisdom. Preacher of grace, Unite us with the blessed."Contact Me:Email: FonsecaProduction@gmail.comWebsite: http://catholicconversations.buzzsprout.comIG: @ffonzeFacebook: Adrian Fonseca Facebook: Catholic Conversations Twitter: @AdrianFonzeYouTube: Catholic ConversationsYouTube: Adrian Fonseca

Funny Friar Ministries
Beyond the Page

Funny Friar Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 9:30


What does it mean to be a preacher? In particular, a Dominican preacher? Fr. Goodrich preached this sermon based on  1 John 29:-42 to a live congregation of Anglican Dominican friars and sisters at their annual gathering held at the Mercy Conference and Retreat Center, in St. Louis, MO.Subscribe to the Father Goodrich Newsletter

The Dr. Raj Podcast
How Do You Choose the Right Workout Routine with Rosa Acosta

The Dr. Raj Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 31:44


Today's Episode Dr. Raj talks with fitness star Rosa Acosta about how to get started working out and how to find a routine and schedule that works with your life.   Today's Guest For those who are into fitness and modeling Rose Acosta needs no introduction. The bold and beautiful Dominican wears many hats; she is a dancer, fitness guide, model, reality show star, and actress all squeezed into one. She describes herself as a ballet dancer, shower opera singer, and future chef. Born and raised in the Dominican Republic, she started Classical Ballet studies at the age of 4 in Centro De La Cultura in Santiago. She later moved on to the Instituto de Cultura y Arte (ICA) where she excelled as one of the most gifted students at the academy. She graduated with honors from ICA and the ballet school of Norma Garcia with a bachelor's degree in art with mentions in Classical Ballet. Rosa joined the Ballet Nacional Dominicano as the youngest soloist member in 2002. Rosa embarked on a modeling career in 2004 appearing in magazines, doing commercials, and very prestigious Dominican enterprises. In 2006 she decided to leave home and join her mother in the United States where she continues to work as a model and actress. Her career took a major turn when she taped a series of videos showcasing her exercise passion and flexibility as a professional dancer. These were called the stretching videos and they had millions of views on YouTube which launched her into the national spotlight, catching the attention of some of the super popular hip-hop and R&B artists such as Kanye West and Drake. She has also been featured in dozens of videos with other famous artists such as Chris Brown, 50 Cent, P Diddy, Busta Rhymes, and Snoop Dogg. The fitness star and entrepreneur recently launched a fitness clothing line called Body by Rosa Acosta, and she's also working on accompanying fitness videos to be released soon. She has also been on reality TV shows such as Love & Hip Hop Hollywood and Khloe and Lamar.  About Dr. Raj Dr Raj is a quadruple board certified physician and associate professor at the University of Southern California. He was a co-host on the TNT series Chasing the Cure with Ann Curry, a regular on the TV Show The Doctors for the past 7 seasons and has a weekly medical segment on ABC news Los Angeles. Want more Dr. Raj? Check out the Beyond the Pearls lecture series! The Ultimate High Yield Bundle: The complete review of high-yield clinical medicine topics necessary for graduate medical education board exams including NBME, USMLE Steps 1/2/3, ITE and ABIM Boards. You can also listen to the Beyond the Pearls podcast. An InsideTheBoards Podcast. Check out our other shows: Crush Step 1 Step 2 Secrets Physiology by Physeo Step 1 Success Stories The InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast The InsideTheBoards Podcast The Health Beat   Produced by Ars Longa Media To learn more about us and this podcast, visit arslonga.media. You can leave feedback or suggestions at arslonga.media/contact or by emailing info@arslonga.media. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan and Erin McCue. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional or medical advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

A.R.'s Tales (aka The A.R.T. Podcast)

This week's episode is the first part in a very special two-parter! For the first time on the podcast—but hopefully not the last—we talk to the two amazing women behind the hit podcast: “Robin and Joa Save The World, One Book At A Time”, Robin and Joa (aka Johanny). First up is Johanny Ortega, aka Have a Cup of Johanny (which is the also the name of her new podcast, definitely worth a listen

Police Off The Cuff
NYPD Officers pelted with bottles trying to make an arrest

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 61:28


A group of young men began throwing punches and then bottles at the officers in a chaotic scene caught on video as the cops attempted to detain a man for possession of a firearm. The unruly men were reportedly drinking on the street, blasting loud music and blocking traffic at the intersection of 168th Street and Sheridan Avenue, near the route of the Dominican Day parade which ended shortly before the out-of-control incident, police sources said. Police responded to the scene to break up the ongoing party and encountered one man with a gun around 7:30 p.m. As they cuffed the armed individual, others in the crowd began tussling with the officers, according to the video and police sources. Several people can be heard in the video asking the cops why they were pushing the man before the wild brawl enfolded. “Yo, back up! Go home!” one cop shouts at the person filming. As the officers escort the man to a waiting police vehicle, a man wearing a black mask and black baseball cap can be seen in the video outstretching his arm towards one of the cops — possibly hitting him. The officer then pushes the masked man and throws him to the ground as additional cops pile up onto him. “Look, they're hitting him,” a person can be heard shouting. The officers shove others back before a man in a yellow shirt brazenly comes at the officer who urged the group to back up with fists up. The crowd disperses from the police and someone off camera begins hurling glass bottles at the cops from across the street. The officers run and dodge the projectiles as the sound of glass shattering can be heard in the video. Police sources said the reckless pack included members of the Trinitarios, a Dominican gang. At least six people were arrested during the pandemonium — one for firearms possession and the others for disorderly conduct, according to the sources. The melee unfolded two and a half hours after a man was shot about four blocks north as the parade was still winding down the Grand Concourse.

I Have To Call My Sister
Should I do it or NOT?

I Have To Call My Sister

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 93:09


Today is all about choices. Stacey talks about why she wants to cry, we tell you how it went at Kaitlyn Bristowe's show, what it was like on Kayla's trip to the Dominican, how Chris is fluent in Spanish now, the encounter with the K-9 border police, and then Stacey makes a decision to purchase a dog all within a couple hours. Was it the right choice? Thanks to our awesome sponsor PURE HEALTH RESEARCH for making this episode possible! Check out this deal just for the siblings: Go to getreds.com/SISTER to unlock your offer of a free Metabolic Greens with your purchase of Metabolic Reds and try it for yourself! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

flavors unknown podcast
Nelson German is Digging Deeper Into His Afro Caribbean Roots

flavors unknown podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 44:51


I talk to Chef Nelson German, a Top Chef Season 18 Alumni turned culinary entrepreneur. He runs two popular Oakland, California Restaurants, alaMar Kitchen and Sobre Mesa Cocktail Lounge.   You'll hear about his deep connection to his Latin and African roots, and how the love for exploring those culinary roots keeps his restaurant menus in a constant state of evolution. He shares the story of how a drunken night out with friends shaped his career, his intense experience of being a Top Chef contestant during the pandemic, and a few of his favorite culturally inspired dishes that you can try making at home.  What you'll learn with chef Nelson German The smells that remind chef Nelson German of growing up in his Washington Heights, NY neighborhood (3:44) Dishes he ate as a kid (4:28) Nelson German's journey to cooking professionally (7:22) What his culinary school experience was like (10:46) The mentors who shaped him (11:56) How chef Nelson German nearly messed up his career (12:37) His homage to Oakland (14:09) What the pandemic did for him (15:22) The backbone of alaMar (16:15) How chef Nelson German blended the influences of European food with his Dominican background (17:25) The progression of the menu towards Afro Latino and Afro Caribbean food (19:24) How the concepts of alaMar and Sobre differ (21:17) What he loves about making cocktails (22:51) How Nelson German came up with the idea for his favorite homemade shrub (24:10) The drink (inspired by his “block mama”) that most represents his roots (26:40) How his stuffed plantain pleases vegans and meat-eaters alike (28:39) How the pandemic created his opportunity to be on Top Chef (30:59) Bonding with his Top Chef family (32:55) His favorite Dominican-style burger (34:25) A food tour through Oakland (37:18) His guilty pleasure food (38:45) The 3 cookbooks that influenced him the most (39:18) How kitchens are changing for the better (40:19) Why a happy cook is a better cook (40:58) Pet peeves in the kitchen (41:31) His home condiment collection (42:15) Series of rapid-fire questions. Link to the podcast episode on Apple Podcast Links to other episodes in California Interview with Chef Joe Sasto Conversation with Chef Kim Alter from Nightbird Conversation with Chef Chris Cosentino Interview with Chef Suzanne Goin Conversation with Chef Elizabeth Falkner  Conversation with Coffee Roaster Zayde Naquib Interview with Chef Tim Hollingsworth Conversation with Chef Brad Miller – Food Truck Nation Interview with Chef Alison Trent Links to most downloaded episodes (click on any picture to listen to the episode) Jeremy Umansky in Cleveland Chef Andy Doubrava Chef Sheldon Simeon Chef Chris Kajioka #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 25%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Whole Dungeness Crab Boil @ alaMar Kitchen from chef Nelson German Mosswood light rum blend, dominican rum, sobre mesa mamajuana mix, lime, grapefruit @Sobre Mesa GARLIC UDON NOODLES – Garlic xo sauce, herb panko, garlic butter, fried farm egg Sobre Mesa's signature Day Rum with Roasted Bone Marrow (pickled cassava | baguette crostini | jerk chimichurri | smoked sea salt) Click to tweet As a chef, it's what we're taught to be a Top Chef or to be someone known in the business, this fine dining style of food is what you have to cook to get somewhere. Click To Tweet As a chef, it's what we're taught to be a Top Chef or to be someone known in the business, this fine dining style of food is what you have t...

You Know The Vibras
YKTVibras Podcast S3 Ep. 4: Things To Expect When Around A Dominican

You Know The Vibras

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 49:12


KLK MI GENTE! Welcome to another episode! In todays episode we discuss some of the the things you can expect when hanging around Dominicans. We start the episode by telling each other what has been happening the previous week in our personal lives and how things been going. During the main topic talk we tell each other adjectives that "describe" what you can expect when hanging around a Dominican friend, significant other, or etc. We then proceed to describe as to why we feel that adjective is a good description. We also get into some of the things we enjoy about our culture and things "outsiders" may expect! we hope you guys enjoy the episode as much we enjoyed making it for you guys! #letsvibe For business inquiries contact us at yktvibraspodcast@gmail.com Follow us on social media: Instagram: http://instagram.com/yktvibras Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/youknowthevibras/ Tik Tok: http://tiktok.com/@yktvibras For the visuals of today's episode check us out on YouTube “You Know The Vibras Podcast” https://youtube.com/channel/UC7jb859tDhts3QeHrUMAUjg Our Equipment: Main Camera: https://amzn.to/36G8YMy Close UP Cameras: https://amzn.to/3khRVpn Microphones: https://amzn.to/3rEIyCq Microphone Stands: https://amzn.to/3sAP3GP Audio Recorder: https://amzn.to/3dRXklH Disclaimer: To support the channel some of the link above may be affiliate links. Statements on this channel do not represent the vies or policies of anyone other than ourselves. Intro song: Latin Salsa Hip Hop Type Beat x Bad Bunny Type Beat "Vamos a Bailar" Prod. By DJON BEATS

Partakers Church Podcasts
Church History Part 18

Partakers Church Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 7:15


Church History - Part 18 Church in the Middle Ages 1 Today we look briefly at a monastic revival in the Middle Ages! As we saw last time, under the leadership of Hildebrande and Innocent III, there was a revival of monastic orders. Let us look briefly at some of the prime people from this period of our Church History. Cistercians This order of monks was founded in 1097 in France, the village we know now as Cîteaux, by a group of Benedictine Monks including Robert of Molesme, Alberic of Citeaux and Stephen Harding. The Cistericans are also known as the White Monks due to the colour of their clothing over which a black head-dress is worn. The Cistercians lifestyle emphasizes a manual labour rather than scholarship, an ascetic lifestyle and self-sufficiency. Many Cistercian abbeys supported themselves through brewing ales and from agriculture. One man who helped them spread rapidly throughout Europe was the next person we will learn about – Bernard of Clairvaux, who entered the monastery in the early 1100s with 30 companions. Bernard of Clairveaux (1097-1153) He was one of the most influential leaders and stressed a devotional relationship with God, and led many men into a monastic lifestyle. Here are some quotes attributed to him, which reflect this: “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” “There are those who seek knowledge for the sake of knowledge; that is Curiosity. There are those who seek knowledge to be known by others; that is Vanity. There are those who seek knowledge in order to serve; that is Love.” “Many of those who are humiliated are not humble. Some react to humiliation with anger, others with patience, and others with freedom. The first are culpable, the next harmless, the last just.” By the end of the 12th century, wealth & laxity had crept into the monastic movement and as a result, declined rapidly. However, the preaching monks soon became more important. Preaching Monks These monks lived together under a strict rule, but went into the community to teach and preach. Friars were the most important preaching monks. Two such orders were the Franciscans (Grey Friars, Lesser Friars) and the Dominicans Francis of Assisi (1182-1276) The founder of the Franciscans was probably the man who is one of the most known monks of all. Francis was born the son of a wealthy Italian cloth merchant Pietro di Bernardone. During his early adulthood, Francis lived a typical life of most young and wealthy men, and even fought as a soldier. He had a vision when at war in 1204, which directed him back to Assisi. Here he lost his taste for his wealth and worldly life. Francis gave away his possessions to live a simple lifestyle, begging and giving to the poor and caring for the sick. He gained many followers and was given his official status by Pope Gregory IX, when on July 16, 1228, he was pronounced a saint. Francis' lifestyle and teaching stressed simplicity, poverty, genuine devotion to God, preaching and charity. Here is a copy of his famous prayer: Lord, make me an instrument of your peace, Where there is hatred, let me sow love; Where there is injury, pardon; Where there is doubt, faith; Where there is despair, hope; Where there is darkness, light; Where there is sadness, joy. O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled, as to console; to be understood, as to understand; to be loved, as to love. For it is in giving that we receive. It is in pardoning that we are pardoned, and it is in dying that we are born to Eternal Life. Amen. Dominicans (Black Friars, founded 1220). This order of Monks was founded by a Spanish priest, Dominic de Guzman. While he made his headquarters in Rome, he did travel widely to visit the growing brotherhood of friars under the Dominican movement. They were renowned for the fact that they owned no property and had no revenues – simply trusting in God to provide. He emphasised the Friars role of teaching and they rapidly spread throughout the lands. They quickly became known as the "Watchdogs of the Lord", and were renowned for hunting down heretics. Here are some quotes attributed to him: Arm yourself with prayer rather than a sword; wear humility rather than fine clothes. A man who governs his passions is master of his world. We must either command them or be enslaved by them. It is better to be a hammer than an anvil. Tap or click here to save download this as an audio mp3 file

Dominican Dimensions
07/30/22-Dominican Dimensions-Culture Of Life After Roe

Dominican Dimensions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 27:30


St Gabriel Catholic Radio
07/30/22-Dominican Dimensions-Culture Of Life After Roe

St Gabriel Catholic Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 27:30


Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
Why I Left the SSPX with Andrew Bartel

Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022


Is the sspx in schism? Does it reject the magisterium? Was Marcel Lefebvre a saint? These questions, and many more, are answered in an R&T exclusive interview with Andrew Bartel. Andrew Bartel is a lay Dominican of the Province of the Most Holy Name of Jesus. He lives with his wife and their three children […]

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
PCA 2022 Report: PDR Cigars

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 5:41


Over the past few years, PDR Cigars has been rebranding, restructuring, and rebounding many of its cigars. The branding has been incorporating more in the way of vibrant colors on the boxes and bands. At the same time, owner Abe Flores has been incorporating more in the way of Dominican-grown tobaccos into his blends. Much of this stems from the fact, he had recently become a ProCigar member and wants to support the tobacco business out of the Dominican Republic. It also has allowed him to get more consistent tobacco in terms of what he is buying. This year, the rebrand continued with the rebranding of the Connecticut River Valley line. In addition, he had one surprise line he was keeping under wraps at the show. PCA 2022 Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-neV

Hella Latin@
First Gen Everything with Evelyn Pérez-Albino

Hella Latin@

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 64:58


Evelyn M. Pérez-Albino is a proud Afro-Latina, Dominican employment lawyer, Fortune 500 executive, career strategist and first-generation everything.  In addition to being an employment lawyer at Meta, she's also the Founder of Ella Elevates, a career strategy firm validating the experiences of professional Women of Color and sharing insights that elevate the community to new heights.  In this episode, Evelyn tells her story in the most real and raw way possible. Connect with her on LinkedIn or follow the Ella Elevates page, or connect via Instagram. For updates on Hella Latin@ episodes, follow @hellalatinopodcast on Instagram and connect with me on LinkedIn. More at odalysjasmine.com.

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
PCA 2022 Report: PDR Cigars (Audio)

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 5:41


Over the past few years, PDR Cigars has been rebranding, restructuring, and rebounding many of its cigars. The branding has been incorporating more in the way of vibrant colors on the boxes and bands. At the same time, owner Abe Flores has been incorporating more in the way of Dominican-grown tobaccos into his blends. Much of this stems from the fact, he had recently become a ProCigar member and wants to support the tobacco business out of the Dominican Republic. It also has allowed him to get more consistent tobacco in terms of what he is buying. This year, the rebrand continued with the rebranding of the Connecticut River Valley line. In addition, he had one surprise line he was keeping under wraps at the show. PCA 2022 Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-neV

Rubirosa
Rubirosa Episode 2 | Pretenders

Rubirosa

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 43:41


Meet Rubi ⁠— a bold and bright young man, raised in Paris, who gets close with one of the most dangerous figures in Dominican history. He learned early the benefits of fitting in and playing pretend…and so did I.

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #95: Bogus Basin General Manager Brad Wilson

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 121:19


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This podcast hit paid subscribers’ inboxes on July 27. Free subscribers got it on July 30. To receive future pods as soon as they’re live, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription.WhoBrad Wilson, General Manager of Bogus Basin, IdahoRecorded onJuly 11, 2022About Bogus BasinClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: The Bogus Basin Resort Association Inc., a group of approximately 100 people who own the ski areaPass affiliations: Powder Alliance, Freedom PassLocated in: Boise National Forest, IdahoClosest neighboring ski areas: Tamarack (2.5 hours), Soldier Mountain (2.5 hours)Base elevation: 5,790 feetSummit elevation: 7,852 feetVertical drop: 1,800 feetSkiable Acres: 2,600 Night-skiing acres: 175Average annual snowfall: 250 inchesTrail count: 88 (24% double-black, 49% black, 20% intermediate, 7% beginner)Lift count: 10 (4 high-speed quads, 3 doubles, 3 carpets, - view Lift Blog’s inventory of Bogus Basin’s lift fleet)Why I interviewed himFor many years, I lived in West Harlem. Specifically, a slice of bricks and concrete called Morningside Heights. It’s beautiful. The streets straightline up from the river with San Franciscan steepness. Walking and bike paths line the Hudson and above this looms Riverbank State Park, a neat grid of basketball courts and plazas and a full 400-meter track and west-facing benches where I would write and watch the sun set over New Jersey. I lived on the fourth floor of a rambling prewar building of four- and five-bedroom apartments, in a small corner room set with enormous river-facing windows, bracketing the Palisades and the George Washington Bridge twinkling over the swarm.Harlem is a big, busy neighborhood – a neighborhood of neighborhoods, as they say around here. It was a part of the city that still acted like the old city, vibrant with life beyond transit, kids running and inflatable pools dragged onto the sidewalk and on hot days the local fire brigade would pop open the hydrants and let the water gush. Men played Dominoes on folding tables. It was a primarily Dominican neighborhood, and the bodegas stocked heaping crates of wild exotic fruits.This was wonderful, but the place had shortcomings. It was hard to find basic items, such as a toothbrush. I once found myself in need of bug spray and had to take the 1 train down to the Upper West Side – 51 blocks – to find it. I was frequently offered drugs while walking down the street. There were no bars and few restaurants.Every New York-based newspaper and magazine would point to Harlem, with its lovely building stock and dense network of subway lines and irreplaceable Manhattan location, as the “next Brooklyn.” What that meant, of course, was gentrification. That’s a heavy subject, and one I’ll skim over here. What I wanted was to be able to restock my medicine cabinet without an excursion across the island, like some sort of uptown Laura Ingles Wilder. When a chain pharmacy finally moved into four combined storefronts in my third or fourth year in the neighborhood, I was relieved. I thought maybe a nice pub would follow.It never did. I moved back to the Upper East Side in 2014. For four years, I kept the apartment and rented out the rooms. A chichi wine bar popped up here and there, but Morningside Heights today looks much the same as it did in 2009, when I moved in: smoke shops and sex shops and bodegas and variety stores that look as though they are stocked by dumping out the contents of random shipping containers. It’s lively and raw and interesting, but Harlem was not, in fact, the next Brooklyn.And that’s kind of how I view Idaho. It’s skiing’s next big thing that never quite gets there. And why not? There is plenty of snow. Lookout Pass scores 400 inches per year. Pomerelle rocks 500. Brundage, Schweitzer, Silver, and Tamarack each claim 300. If you count Lost Trail, which straddles the Idaho-Montana border, the state has nine ski areas* with more than 1,000 acres of terrain and 12 with a vertical drop of more than 1,000 feet**. The southern part of the state is well-served by Boise airport, and the northern part by Spokane.So why, as Colorado and Utah overflow from Epkon skiers, do Idaho lifts continue to spin empty so much of the time? Most skiers not from Idaho can name one Idaho ski area: Sun Valley. And then they’re stumped. Or maybe they get Schweitzer, whose profile is rising thanks to Ikon Pass membership. Or they’ve heard about once-troubled Tamarack, launched with gusto in 2004 and soon shuttered by a rash court-appointed receiver (it’s back now, and I had a great, extended conversation with current resort president Scott Turlington about the resort’s past and future earlier this year). But, mostly, this is a prime ski state that is not at all perceived as one on the national scene.I’m not exactly sure why. Bogus Basin encapsulates this mystery better than any other Idaho ski area. The mountain is less than an hour (on good roads), from the Boise airport. It’s roughly the size of Copper Mountain and is larger than Beaver Creek, Telluride, Deer Valley, or Jackson Hole by inbounds skiable acreage. It is, in fact, larger than Sun Valley, which is far more remote (a fact somewhat obviated by a good airport). It has four high-speed quads. Coming expansions could further supersize the place.What gives? I put this question to Wilson in the podcast, and his answer is enlightening (and inspiring), for anyone wondering if all big mountains are destined to become Disney-at-Altitude.*Schweitzer (2,900 acres), Bogus Basin (2,600), Sun Valley (2,434), Brundage (1,920), Lost Trail (1,800), Silver (1,600), Soldier Mountain (1,142), Tamarack (1,100), and Pebble Creek (1,100).**Sun Valley (3,400 feet), Tamarack (2,800), Schweitzer (2,400), Silver (2,200), Pebble Creek (2,200), Brundage (1,921), Bogus Basin (1,800), Lost Trail (1,800), Soldier Mountain (1,425), Lookout Pass (1,150), Pomerelle (1,000), and Kelly Canyon (1,000).  What we talked aboutA record financial season at Bogus Basin; reopening in April after putting the mountain away for the year; learning to ski in the early ‘70s hotdog scene; Heavenly in the Killebrew days; Gunbarrel lunchbreaks; the legendary team in the Goldmine-transitioning-to-Big Bear days; what made that team disperse; stumbling upon Brian Head; Sugarbush in the American Skiing Company days; yet another testament to the virtues of Sugarbush; yeah I forgot the name of the Slide Brook Express shoot me; fixing up Mountain High; SoCal as snowboard mecca; from 180,000 skier visits to 577,000 in four years with very little capital investment, dethroning Snow Summit as king of SoCal; Alpine Meadows in the Powdr Corp days; why Wilson didn’t become the general manager at Alpine; the difference between the two sides of the resort now known as Palisades Tahoe and thoughts on the base-to-base gondola; how Wilson wound up living and working on Catalina Island, 24 miles off the California coast, for several years; becoming a ski consumer; the unique governance structure of Diamond Peak and how that makes it challenging to operate; finally a GM; how Diamond Peak is different from other Tahoe ski areas; that one season Diamond Peak had the best season of any ski area in Tahoe, and why; trying to market a ski area where the skiers don’t want any other skiers; master planning Diamond Peak; Bogus Basin’s complex ownership structure; Alf Engen’s role in founding Bogus Basin; the ski area’s evolution; the dire financial situation at Bogus Basin when Wilson arrived and how he turned it around; the legacy of Mike Shirley and the birth of the mega-bargain season pass; the incredible, exponential increase in pass sales when the first $199 sale hit; where the discount-pass strategy faltered; what happened when Wilson finally raised the price after more than two decades; Bogus Basin’s expansive reciprocal season pass lift ticket program and why the mountain began charging extra for an upgrade to that pass; what percentage of the ski area’s pass holders upgrade; why Bogus Basin hasn’t (and probably won’t) join the Indy Pass; Bogus Basin’s incredibly low walk-up lift ticket prices; the amazing number of night-skiing passes the mountain sells and the importance of night skiing to the mountain; the tremendous value of the twighlight family pass; the two trails that Bogus Basin is in the process of adding to its night-skiing footprint as soon as the 2022-23 ski season; puzzling through the elaborate equation of night skiing, grooming, avalanche mitigation, and everything else that goes along with big-mountain management; grooming in a low-snow year; coping with Boise’s explosive growth; where Bogus Basin could expand terrain next; when we could see an update of the ski area’s 2016 masterplan; where new trails could be cut within the mountain’s existing footprint; which chairlifts may get an upgrade next; where Bogus Basin may upgrade a high-speed quad to a six-pack; where the ski area may install a new lift within the existing trail footprint and what sort of lift we may see there; is Deer Point the most-used chairlift in the country?; ideas to reconfigure the Coach liftline and what sort of lift could replace the existing machine; the improved and widened beginner trail debuting off the top of Morningstar this coming winter; how Bogus Basin discovered it had water and built a snowmaking system from scratch; expanding the system in the future; and what’s keeping 2,600-acre Bogus Basin from becoming a national destination resort.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewIt started with a comment on one of the most-popular Storm stories I’ve ever written: Rob Katz Changed Skiing. What Comes Next for Vail Resorts?, which I published last December:Let's set the record straight, Vail did not create the concept of cheap passes driving volume. That piece of history should go to Bogus Basin in Boise, Idaho. In 1998 the ski area lowered their anytime season pass rates from $450 to $199. They went from 5,500 passes sold in 1997 to 25,000 in 1998. The rest of the industry took notice and many, if not most ski areas jumped on board. Rob may have expanded on the concept, largely because he had a much larger audience, but he in no way came up with the concept. I'm sure SAM could pull up some old stories. Thanks and Happy New Year-Brad Wilson, GM Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area.Well that was a nice surprise. Perhaps Brad wanted to set the record straight on the podcast, rather than in the comments section alongside various Angry Ski Bros and one guy who said the article was too long for him to read “while riding in the car,” (which really should describe any bit of writing longer than the name of your radio station)?It took us a while, but we finally arranged the chat. Idaho has turned out to be fertile ground for The Storm – the Tamarack pod landed well, and the general managers of Brundage and Sun Valley are scheduled to join me in the fall. As I attempt to sort out both the mystery of Idaho’s secret radness and the market forces and historical events driving the modern U.S. American ski landscape, this sort of insight and historical perspective from the people who lived and are living these things is invaluable.But there was another interesting element to this that I didn’t realize until I began researching the resort for my interview: for a long time, Bogus Basin wasn’t a very good business. For several years, it lost money. And while it never seemed to be in danger of closing, it was in desperate need of new management. Enter Wilson, who, since 2015, has orchestrated one of the greatest big-mountain turnarounds in modern U.S. American skiing. In less than seven years, he has grown revenues from $8 million annually to $18 million. Operating surpluses have grown from negligible to $5 million per year. One hundred percent of that goes back into the mountain, which operates as a nonprofit.This is rare. Most nonprofit ski areas lose money (profitable Bridger Bowl is another exception). Many are taxpayer subsidized. Wilson, who carried four decades of ski industry experience into the corner office with him, has so far been able to navigate whatever bureaucratic and organizational hurdles hobble these other organizations and transform the mountain into an understated gem of the Upper Rockies, a place no one has heard of that everyone could try if they spent about two minutes on logistics. It’s a good mountain that is getting better, and it was a good time to talk about what that better could look like.Questions I wish I’d askedBogus Basin has now explained to me a couple of times why they aren’t interested in joining the Indy Pass, and it has come down to some version of “we don’t want our passholders to have to pay extra for the partner resort lift tickets.” Indeed, Bogus Basin has one of the most phenomenal reciprocal programs (see chart below) in the country – but they charge extra for it. A Bogus Basin-only pass is $549, while the “True Bogus” pass, which includes the reciprocal days, is $80 extra. Granted, that is far less than the $199 Indy AddOn Pass would cost passholders, but it also weakens the rationale that the reciprocal days ought to be embedded in the pass as a native benefit. Wilson explained that the True Bogus pass is a year-round pass and also includes access to all the summer stuff, including scenic lift rides and the MTB trails. He also said there’s a lot of crossover between Bogus Basin’s reciprocals and the Indy Pass - 23 Indy Pass partners are also Bogus Basin reciprocal partners. I’m still not sure that I really understand the fundamental equation here, and I would have liked to have asked a follow-up question or two. But it wouldn’t have really mattered – whatever they’re reason, the mountain is not interested in joining the Indy Pass.What I got wrongI stated in the intro and a couple times throughout the podcast that Bogus Basin was “publicly owned.” That is untrue. While the mountain is registered as a nonprofit organization, it is in fact privately owned by the Bogus Basin Resort Association Inc., which, according to Wilson, is a group of “about 100 volunteers” who own the ski area. If they were ever to sell it, Wilson said, the operation would go to the state.My understanding was that Bogus Basin was running a $1.2 million surplus prior to Wilson’s arrival, but this was, according to Wilson, an isolated figure from one standout year. Most years, the ski area lost money – enough that it totaled “millions of dollars” over the decades, according to Wilson.I stated a couple times in the interview that Bogus Basin was “almost as big as Sun Valley.” It is, in fact, larger by 166 acres. Who knew?In the middle of our conversation, I attempted to call out the name of “the long lift between the two peaks” at Sugarbush, and I blanked. Like a dumbass. Slide. Brook. Express. Maybe if I have a ski publication I ought to be able to remember the name of the longest chairlift on the planet?Why you should ski Bogus BasinBogus Basin seems to have everything a ski resort needs to transform itself into a major name in the U.S. American ski scene: good terrain, plenty of snow, fast lifts, proximity to a major(-ish) airport. It’s larger than the state’s one true legendary destination, Sun Valley, and a bit easier to get to (access road excepted). So why, I asked Wilson, isn’t Bogus Basin lobbying for Ikon membership and tying all these attributes together into a come-ski-me package?Because, he said, the mountain cares about locals and locals alone. That’s its mission: make sure the people of Treasure Valley, Idaho have access to outdoor recreation. So that’s where the mountain focuses its marketing, and that’s what guides its pricing decisions. Peak-day walk-up lift tickets were $73 last year. That’s insane. Who cares if the mountain isn’t on your ULTIMATE FLIPKICK PASS!!! – you can just walk up and ski like it’s Keystone in 2003.There’s another something cool about this local’s focus. When I swing through a locals’ bump in New England, the pace and sense of comfort and urgency is completely different than if I’m at Stratton or Okemo. There’s a sense of, “hey, no need to hurry here. We’re home.” Typically, that sort of place-building self-confidence only exists at places stripped of high-speed lifts and triple-digit trail counts. The big joints – outside of northern Vermont – can rarely retain it. But here is one of the 20 largest ski areas in America, and you’ll find almost no tourists. It’s a place by and for locals, a big ski area that acts like a little one while still skiing like a monster. And that’s pretty cool.Podcast notesWilson came up with Tim Cohee, who is now CEO and part-owner of China Peak, at Heavenly and Big Bear. Cohee joined me on the podcast last year, and there is a ton of crossover between their stories:It’s worth noting that we recorded this podcast on July 11, a week and a half before Gunstock’s senior management team resigned en masse to protest the micromanaging blockheads on the Gunstock Area Commission (GAC), which oversees the county-owned mountain. The parallels between the intransigent GAC and the way that Wilson describes the five-person board of stay-off-my-lawn locals at Diamond Peak are eerie. Certainly we would have made an explicit comparison had it been available to make. Timing.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 78/100 in 2022, and number 324 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane). You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

Rubirosa
Rubirosa Episode 1 | Haunted

Rubirosa

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 33:20


The real James Bond was Dominican. No, really! When I found out about Porfirio Rubirosa from a Vanity Fair article in college, I had no idea he would change my life forever.

St Gabriel Catholic Radio
07/23/22-Dominican Dimensions-Divine Mercy

St Gabriel Catholic Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 27:30


Dominican Dimensions
07/23/22-Dominican Dimensions-Divine Mercy

Dominican Dimensions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 27:30


Julia en la onda
Territorio Negro: El dinero de los 'Dominican don't play'

Julia en la onda

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 16:08


En 'Territorio Negro', hablamos con Luis Rendueles y Manu Marlasca sobre cómo se financian los Dominican don't play. 

Territorio Negro
Territorio Negro: El dinero de los 'Dominican don't play'

Territorio Negro

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 16:08


En 'Territorio Negro', hablamos con Luis Rendueles y Manu Marlasca sobre cómo se financian los Dominican don't play. 

Messy Family Podcast : Catholic conversations on marriage and family
MFP 199: Training Kids in Virtue the Dominican Way: An interview with Sr. John Paul, O. P.

Messy Family Podcast : Catholic conversations on marriage and family

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 70:07


The vocation of marriage and the vocation of consecrated life beautifully work together and we think this interview demonstrates that fact!  In this podcast we have a conversation with Sr. John Paul, from the order Mary Mother of the Eucharist, … Continue reading The post MFP 199: Training Kids in Virtue the Dominican Way: An interview with Sr. John Paul, O. P. appeared first on Messy Family Project.

Backyard Buckets Basketball
Ep. 59 Scott Waterman | Defensive Principles, Coaching Networks & Practice Flow

Backyard Buckets Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 43:10


Academy of Art Head Coach Scott Waterman joins the podcast. Fresh off the program's first NCAA Tournament appearance and 20 win season Scott discusses his path to the head chair. With stops at Dartmouth, Cal Fullerton, Long Beach State, Dominican and currently Academy of Art, Coach Waterman has had a vast amount of experience at all different levels. We focus mainly on the defensive side of the ball and game preparation while touching on the the habits  and lessons he has developed along his coaching journey.More on Coach Waterman here...Follow Coach Waterman on Twitter

Soundcheck
Vicente García's Immersive Collision of Bachata, Merengue, Funk, and Rock (Archives)

Soundcheck

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 26:59


Coming from a rock and funk place, Dominican singer-songwriter Vicente García has become something of a folk pop revivalist, incorporating his love of Afro-Caribbean rhythms, from acoustic bachata to reggae on his latest record, A La Mar. Formerly the lead singer of the band Calor Urbano, the winner of Best New Artist at the 2018 Latin Grammys has been digging into Dominican folklore, despite his having relocated to Bogotá, Colombia. (He was also up for Best Tropical Song for "Bachata In Kingston," according to alt.latino.) Vicente García joins us for an acoustic set to play some of these eclectic love songs. (From the Archives, 2018.) Set list: Te Soñe  Dulcito e coco Juana Mecho 

Ursa Short Fiction
Story: 'Fog,' by Cleyvis Natera

Ursa Short Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 51:25


Content warning: explicit language, sex, depiction of violence. Author Cleyvis Natera debuts her original short story “Fog.” It's the story of a worker at a Dominican resort who caters to high-end clients and must confront the choices he's made to elevate his status and seek a different life for himself.  Read Along Listen to the story in your favorite podcast app, and read along at ursastory.com/fog.  Support Ursa Help us fund future episodes. Become a Member at ursastory.com/join. Story Credits “Fog” is edited by Dawnie Walton and performed by Alberto “Mojo” Peña, with music and sound design by Alexis Adimora, illustrations by Bex Glendining, and audio engineering by Deon Vozov (LA Voiceover). Ursa executive producers are Dawnie Walton and Mark Armstrong.   About the Author  Cleyvis Natera is the author of the debut novel Neruda on the Park. She was born in the Dominican Republic and raised in New York City. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Skidmore College and a Master of Fine Arts in Fiction from New York University. She's received honors from PEN America, Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and Voices of Our Nation Arts Foundation (VONA). Her fiction, essays and criticism have appeared in The New York Times Review of Books, The Brooklyn Rail, The Rumpus, Alien Nation: 36 True Tales of Immigration, TIME, Gagosian Quarterly, The Washington Post, The Kenyon Review, Aster(ix) and Kweli Journal, among other publications. Cleyvis teaches creative writing to undergraduate and graduate students in New York City. She lives with her husband and two young children in Montclair, New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://ursastory.com/join

Boxing Bros
Ryan eats Dominican Tuna, is Ryan ducking 135? Wilder returns with Helenius, Teddy Atlas picks Joyce over Joshua, WBC will give Wilder a title shot if Fury retires, Benn vs Eubank Jr, Rolly wants Spence, and much more!

Boxing Bros

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 134:10


Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!
Holy Ghost Power! Hillbilly Thomist

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 119:59


Today on "Catholic Drive Time": Bluegrass with a Dominican twist... the Hillbilly Thomists join the show to share their new album. ALSO – Dave Plamer – Back to the Father A federal district court in Ohio has temporarily blocked the Biden administration from enforcing the COVID-19 vaccine mandate on thousands of U.S. Air Force service members who remain unvaccinated. 62,000 Unvaccinated National Guards, Reserve Soldiers Facing Loss of Pay as Army Prepares to Enforce Vaccine Mandate Just 9% of U.S. Catholic voters agree to Catholic teaching that abortion is a grave evil and is never acceptable at any stage of pregnancy. According to online survey, conducted June 15-23 by RealClear Opinion Research Ivana Trump – Donalds first wife – died suddenly yesterday. Law enforcement officials are reportedly investigating whether Ivana Trump, 73, died on Thursday after falling down the stairs of her home in New York City. Join Email list! GRNonline.com/CDT GRN to 42828 What's Concerning Us – Poll: Most Catholic voters favor abortion restrictions The poll found that a majority of Catholic voters (60%) are less likely to support political candidates who support abortion at any time during a pregnancy. That includes a majority of Republicans and a majority of independents and unaffiliated voters. Democrats were split between more likely and less likely. Pontifical Academy for Life Pushes for Departure From Doctrine on Contraceptive Sex Guest Seg. Hillbilly Thomists – New Album Holy Ghost Power Fr. Justin Bolger, O.P., was born in Cobleskille, NY and raised in Baltimore and Frederick, MD. He hails from a family of seven. He graduated from the University of Baltimore in '03 and went on to make music with his sister Maggie. They signed with RCA/Victor records, lived in L.A. and Nashville, and toured the country playing their original music. Fr. Justin worked as director of liturgical music at Mt. St. Mary's in Emmitsburg, MD and earned a masters in philosophy there. In '12 he entered the Dominican Province of St. Joseph. He was ordained to the priesthood in '20 and currently serves as Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministry at Providence College, which was founded and still run by the Dominican friars. He continues to make music within the Order as a member of the bluegrass & folk band of friars, The Hillbilly Thomists. 2nd Guest Seg. Dave Palmer – Back to the Father Official Social Media Account IG: @CatholicDriveTime Twitter: @CatholicDrive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CatholicDriveTime YouTube: Catholic Drive Time Joe Social Media IG: @TheCatholicHack Twitter: @Catholic_Hack Facebook: Joe McClane YouTube: Joe McClane Adrian Social Media IG: @ffonze Twitter: @AdrianFonze Facebook: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations Rudy Social Media IG: @ydursolrac Youtube: Glad Trad Podcast https://www.grnonline.com/ Listen in your car on your local GRN station - http://grnonline.com/stations/ Listen online at GRNonline.com Listen on your mobile with our GRN app (both IOS and Android) Listen on Facebook @GRNonline Listen on Twitter @GRNonline History of the GRN: Starting with absolutely nothing we placed our trust in the Lord and our Blessed Mother. By August of 1996, we were breaking ground for the construction of the Guadalupe Resource Center where our ministry has flourished. We now operate radio 37 stations that reach a potential listening audience of twenty million souls. The Guadalupe Radio Network is the largest EWTN affiliate in the USA. Visit our website to learn more about us, find a local GRN radio station, a schedule of our programming and so much more. http://grnonline.com/

Empty The Tank
Sometimes The Greats, Fall

Empty The Tank

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 65:41


Black, West Indian, and Dominican men are all the same. Literally. They just enact their shenanigans in different regions of the world. We're just lucky we get to see it all within the boroughs of NYC.A discussion on the Yankees and Mets domination as well as they comparability to the rest of the league. We go over the league in general as well as discuss possible player scenarios that might make Evan throw up.The BBL's are still going very strong. While we love to see it, we have to wonder if they're that good of an investment. For some situations, anyway.Mysteries of the world is what hits us next. Constant humming coming from nowhere and eternal lady mummies in China.Evan leaves us with a MASSIVE pause. Pause.

Box Press
Dirt Bikes! Waterfall Jumps! Cigars! Summer Book Picks! Henderson Ventura | Miami Box Press Ep. 65

Box Press

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 55:46


Ease into your own leather recliner and grab a smoke with Boveda's Rob Gagner and AdVentura Cigars' Henderson Ventura. This cigar talk meanders as many do at a smoke lounge delving into hobbies, hammocks, never-will-I-evers, book recommendations for guys and your mom's cooking. Filmed on location at The Terrible Cigar Club, South Miami's largest outdoor terrace and indoor cigar lounge and public cigar shop, which also features an online monthly cigar subscription. Henderson hails from a tobacco family. For two decades, his father William Ventura worked for Davidoff. In 2007, William launched his own business, Tabacalera William Ventura. Henderson is the general manager of this family cigar business. In addition to the AdVentura cigar brand, which Henderson Ventura created with Marcel Knobel, the factory also produces premium long fillers for many other boutique D.R. brands, including Caldwell Cigars and La Barba. Website: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqblAzZVNDRmN0WFYxUmoxNnU3cDRGa1BzZDZDd3xBQ3Jtc0ttSUpGZjlZbnFtaFFkYTNsVmJSTGdrc19WY3NSc2xoU284TXpLQW9SWERla0xQY1NzREZzSEdHdHplYnJSRUxyMXFvcl9uUnNPaUNvdk45Wm5MeGtkVVhaZVV4XzlFRUR1eWo2Q1QyMlpCbU9RTzhhUQ&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.bovedainc.com%2F&v=bEY2-fvgSsQ (https://www.bovedainc.com/) Facebook: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqazBmeUNqSEl6cy1nNzQxdmNXd2RlMXozdmhRZ3xBQ3Jtc0tsdnlDLWFRS3ZyRkxPQWtYUTZqQnJZc3pUZ0Z1Mks1M2xKZlJiSGN4bmt1QkR6NVNYRlB1ZmFOYVRiQ2JYaDgyazhONl9qNlFqVm85Mi0wZjVadmQxWG5Ld0QzVVl1M29PSF9Ud2JNYm5BSzJocWVDWQ&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fbovedausa%2F&v=bEY2-fvgSsQ (https://www.facebook.com/bovedausa/) Twitter: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbTBuUXdYc3dCSE1vOWZRaHRJRDJXeGxxQjVDd3xBQ3Jtc0tuRTJOMDM2YXZjVXlGN3Fsa1ItU01DWmR3cGtseVJQcUl6QVh3RmZ3VTFaZURFcV9UZEQtNDVQVHczVmVUYkRjb2dnQUJXRnhvYzI4RnRKRHZBRjNPRzNWczFIcUJCMXdYWHdaVzNVU19KdEpBWWdqUQ&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.twitter.com%2Fbovedainc&v=bEY2-fvgSsQ (https://www.twitter.com/bovedainc) Instagram: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbUEwejAwMTdPS05rWHNTYWNGaDUwbk5fUmRaZ3xBQ3Jtc0trQncxaXVJa09TRlk1UTc5YU5qejRCSDEySFJGeU9Pd3FKTjJpN2ZrNEh5LUJKZEE1VjFWNEtFVGxCWWU4ZXJNNmpIVTd5SFBGd1h5YnFHcFBUc2RBRy1WS3Vwa3htOE5UdXpDMjY3Ti15Vnc5NDYxOA&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.instagram.com%2Fbovedainc%2F&v=bEY2-fvgSsQ (https://www.instagram.com/bovedainc/) Why smoke alone when you can enjoy a cigar podcast? Amaze the guys at the tobacco shop with some tobacco trivia, including: • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=0s (00:00) Cold open • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=177s (02:57) Can you hear tobacco plants growing? • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=315s (05:15) How often is tobacco harvested? • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=334s (05:34) How long does it take cigar tobacco to grow? • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=511s (08:31) Origin of boutique Dominican cigars • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=570s (09:30) Boutique cigars Nicaraguan versus Dominican Republic • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=633s (10:33) Why is cigar tobacco fermented? • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=1072s (17:52) The stories behind AdVentura cigars: The Royal Returns, The Navigator, The Explorer, The Conqueror, etc. • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=1340s (22:20) How long should you age premium cigars? • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=1619s (26:59) Dirt bikes! • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=1980s (33:00) Waterfall diving! • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=2086s (34:46) Sharks! • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEY2-fvgSsQ&t=2304s (38:24) Henderson's book pick: The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason •...

Rubirosa
Introducing: Rubirosa

Rubirosa

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 2:35


Imagine instead of James Bond it was…Jaime Bond, Javi Bond, Bondissimo.  Well, guess what, y'all? The white, British character at the center of Ian Fleming's super-successful franchise was actually based on a Dominican man. This podcast is the true story of Porfirio Rubirosa's life, told by me, Christopher Rivas.