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Amy Deem, who has spent the previous 31 seasons coaching the Hurricanes, is the Director of Track and Field/Cross Country at the University of Miami. Deem was promoted to her current position in 2008 after serving as the head women's coach since June 1990. At the time of her promotion, she became just the sixth woman to oversee both the men's and women's track and cross country programs at a Division I school. In her 29th year with the Canes, Deem coached the women's team to a second-place finish in the ACC indoor Championships, featuring Debbie Ajagbe who won both the women's weight throw and shot put to earn ACC Field MVP honors. It's the second time in two years Miami earned the award. Freshman Jacious Sears earned 14 points for the Canes in her first ever conference meet finishing second in the 60 and third in the 200. The Canes sent three women to the 60m finals, and three to the shot put finals, which scored 21 points. Deem coached Miami's 17th national track and field champion as Michelle Atherley claimed the NCAA Indoor Pentathlon title with a program record and ACC record point total at 4,547. Miami earned its fourth title in four years at the ACC Indoor Championships, with the likes of Brittny Ellis, Kayla Johnson, Debbie Ajagbe, Selina Dantzler, Tiara McMinn and the 4×400 all taking the podium. Atherely was also named ACC Field MVP of the Indoor Championships. Later in the season, Atherley went on to defend her outdoor ACC heptathlon title and finished third at Nationals in the event. Debbie Ajagbe, Tiara McMinn, the 4×400, Kevin Arreaga, Raheem Chambers, Samantha Gonzalez all made their way to Nationals for the outdoor season to close out yet another successful track campaign under Deem. Deem guided a youthful team to the 2018 ACC Women's Outdoor Championship, Miami's first since 2006. This was the third conference title in three years after claiming the Indoor Championship in both 2016 and 2017. She was named the 2018 ACC Women's Outdoor Track and Field Coach of the year for the third time, her seventh overall ACC coaching honor. Under Deem's guidance, Symone Mason was named the 2018 ACC Women's Track MVP, while Michelle Atherley was named the ACC Women's Field MVP for 2018. The pair won six of Miami's seven individual events conference titles at the 2018 ACC Outdoor Championships. Miami totaled 11 total medals at the Outdoor Championships: seven gold, one silver and three bronze. The Canes also picked up 21 All-ACC awards, including 17 spots on the All-ACC first team and saw eight Canes make their way to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The Canes women were ranked as high as No. 15 nationally during the season and earned nine USTFCCCA All-American honors. The Indoor season also produced 12 different student-athletes earning 13 All-ACC honors. Atherley finished sixth at the NCAA Indoor Championship in the pentathlon and was named a first team All American. The indoor season saw Kayla Johnson break the Top 5 list in UM history in both the 600 meters and 800 meters, while Anne den Otter broke Latrice Shaw's 1000m time set in 1998. Amy Taintor finished her final season with the Canes' third-best Pentathlon finish with 3,967 points. The 2016 track and field season was monumental in Hurricanes history, as the Miami women won their third ACC Indoor Championship. Deem was named ACC Coach of the Year and USTFCCCA Regional Coach of the Year for the 2016 indoor season. The Canes had six women qualify for the 2016 NCAA Indoor Championships, with Alysha Newman and Dakota Dailey-Harris earning First Team All-America honors and four other Canes being named to the second team. Shakima Wimbley was named ACC Women's Indoor Track Most Outstanding Performer after winning the 200m, 400m and 4x400m at the ACC Indoor Championships. Dailey-Harris was one of several ACC Champions during the indoor season, winning the high jump title. She was joined by Wimbley (200m and 400m) and the 4x400m relay team of Wimbley, Aiyanna Stiverne, Brittny Ellis and Destiny Washington. There was more success outdoors for Miami's women, as they finished second at the ACC Outdoor Championships, securing a top three finish for the third consecutive year. Wimbley was named ACC Women's Outdoor Track MVP after winning the 200m, 400m, 4x100m and 4x400m conference titles. She was joined by Stiverne, Ebony Morrison and Carolyn Brown on the 4x100m, and Stiverne, Washington and Ellis on the 4x400m. Newman was the ACC women's pole vault champion for the 2016 outdoor season. Fourteen women qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary, with 11 advancing to the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Newman was the national runner-up in the pole vault, while Wimbley finished third in the 400m. The women's 4x400m relay placed seventh to round out Miami's First Team All-America performers. Miami earned three First Team All-America honors, four Second Team All-America honors and one All-America honorable mention after its performance at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Miami's men also had a stellar 2016 season, scoring the most points at both the ACC Indoor and Outdoor Championships since joining the conference in 2004-05. Freshman Andreas Christodoulou won the men's decathlon at the ACC Outdoor Championships. Carlos Mangum qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships in the weight throw. The ACC runner-up in the weight throw placed 14th, earning Second Team All-America honors. The Hurricanes had three men qualify for the NCAA Outdoor Championships: Isaiah Simmons and Gian Piero Ragonesi in the shot put and John-Patrick Friday in the triple jump. Ragonesi and Friday earned Second Team All-America honors. Six men competed at the NCAA East Preliminary: Simmons, Ragonesi, Friday, Mangum, Jaalen Jones and Henri Delauze. In 2015, Deem's Hurricanes thrived as Miami had 19 student-athletes competed at the NCAA East Preliminary and 11 advanced to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, while seven Canes qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships. In recognition of Miami's success in 2015, Deem was named the USTFCCCA South Region Women's Head Coach of the Year. The Hurricane women had an impressive showing in 2015, led by two-time First Team Outdoor All-American Shakima Wimbley. The sophomore, who ran the fastest 400m time in the NCAA in 2015, was named USTFCCCA South Region Women's Track Athlete of the Year. Wimbley also earned First Team All-America honors with the 4x400m relay. Wimbley was named the ACC Women's Outdoor Track MVP after an outstanding showing at the ACC Championships. The sophomore won the 200m and 400m individual titles and set ACC records in both events, while helping the 4x400m relay place third. The stellar sophomore also was a star during the indoor season, qualifying for nationals in the 400m and as a member of the 4x400m relay. She also set an ACC Championship records in the 200m, running a time of 23.08 seconds to win gold. Hurdler Kelsey Balkwill also qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships, placing ninth in the women's 400m hurdles to earn Second Team All-America honors. Pole vaulter Alysha Newman, thrower Precious Ogunleye and the women's 4x400m relay rounded out Miami's competitors at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. The women's team also had a stellar showing at the ACC Outdoor Championships, placing third with 93 points. In addition to Wimbley's outstanding showing at the conference meet, Precious Ogunleye earned an ACC title in the women's hammer. On the men's side, Artie Burns and Christian Cook qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 110m hurdles, while John-Patrick Friday represented Miami in the triple jump. Cook ran a personal-best 13.78 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and was the ACC Indoor Champion in the men's 60m hurdles, earning First Team All-ACC honors. Burns earned a silver medal at the ACC Outdoor Championships in the men's 110m hurdles, running a time of 13.70 seconds that ranks third in school history. The standout hurdler earned First Team All-ACC honors, while Cook was named to the second team after placing fourth in the 110m hurdles and scoring in the 400m hurdles. Sprinters Henri Delauze, Jaalen Jones and Josh Johnson all scored at the ACC Indoor Championships, while the men's 4x400m relay scored at both the indoor and outdoor conference meets. The men's 4x100m relay of Burns, Cook, Johnson and Robert Grant earned a bronze medal at the ACC Outdoor Championships. The 2014 season was filled with success for the Canes as Miami had 20 student-athletes compete at the NCAA East Preliminary and 10 advance to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, while five Hurricanes represented UM at the NCAA Indoor Championships. The Canes won six ACC outdoor individual titles and picked up another six individual championships at the ACC Indoor Championships. Ten student-athletes earned All-ACC honors in 13 outdoor events, while 11 were named All-ACC during the indoor season. Alysha Newman was a two-time All-America, first team honoree. The pole vaulter earned her spot among the best in the country after finishing fifth at the NCAA Indoor Championships and seventh at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Other notable performers in 2014 include Shakima Wimbley, who was named the ACC Freshman of the Year for both the indoor and outdoor seasons, and Isaiah Simmons, who claimed his second straight Field MVP at the ACC Outdoor Championships. In 2013, Miami had 13 different student-athletes qualify for the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Preliminary Championships. On the women's side, Samantha Williams (triple jump) and Amber Monroe (discus) qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary for the second consecutive year. Alyssa McClure (100m), Alaine Tate (800m), Taneisha Cordell (800m), Lea Johnson (hammer) and the women's 4×100 relay team of McClure, Jokira Jiles, Jasmyne King and Kelsey Balkwill also qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary. The men had four student-athletes qualify in six events. Isaiah Simmons (shot put and discus), Christian Cook (110m hurdles and 400m hurdles), Timothy Richardson (long jump) and John-Patrick Friday (triple jump) combined to form the largest group of males to qualify for an NCAA Regional in program history. Prior to the 2013 track and field season, Deem helped guide the women's track and field team to one of the most dominating performances in USA Olympic track and field history. The team won 14 medals, including six gold, four silver and four bronze. Overall, she was part of Team USA who won more medals and gold medals than any other nation at the Games. Three of her former athletes – Murielle Ahoure, T'erea Brown and Lauryn Williams – competed in the Games. Ahoure (100m, 200m) and Brown (400m hurdles) reached the finals of their events, while Williams earned gold as part of the 4x100m relay pool. In June 2012, Thandi Stewart (400m hurdles) and Samantha Williams (triple jump) both earned All-America status at the NCAA Championships under the direction of the veteran mentor. It was the 21st season in a row in which one of her student-athletes received All-America honors. Deem, elected to the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 2006, has been responsible for building the women's track and field program from very modest beginnings into an NCAA powerhouse. Prior to her being named head coach in 1990, the Hurricanes had never had an athlete record an NCAA qualifying mark. Since then, Deem has guided 57 student-athletes to a combined 173 First Team All-America honors and 14 national championships. Behind Deem, Miami proved its national dominance in the hurdle events in 2010. At the NCAA Outdoor National Championships the Hurricanes became the first program in history to have three women compete in a 400m hurdle championship race. T'erea Brown placed second, while twin sisters Tameka and Takecia Jameson placed third and eighth, respectively. Each woman earned All-America accolades. As a team, the Miami women finished the championship in 11th-place – the highest result for UM since a seventh-place outcome in 2006. Brown earned a total of three All-America distinctions on the year – increasing her career total to five – with her runner-up performance in the 100m hurdles and a third-place showing in the 60m hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Championships. Brown also did something that no student-athlete had ever done at Miami. She became the first to win a U.S. Championship when she won the 400m hurdles in 54.84 seconds on June 27, 2010. Tameka Jameson also competed in the race – placing fifth. The 2009 track season brought a total of six individual All-America honors and an indoor national title. Sprinter Murielle Ahoure came to Miami for her senior season to train under Deem and was rewarded greatly for her decision. Under Deem, Ahoure raced to the Indoor 200-meter National Championships and earned All-America honors in the indoor 60-meter dash and the outdoor 100 and 200-meter dashes. In addition Ahoure broke UM legend, Lauryn Williams' indoor 60-meter dash record, was a four-time ACC Champion and earned the ACC's Indoor Track Performer of the Year Award. As in years past, the Hurricanes hurdlers had a stellar season under Deem's direction. Sophomores Takecia Jameson and T'erea Brown advanced to the finals of the 400-meter hurdles, with Brown crossing the finish line as the national runner-up. In her first season at the helm of the men's program in 2009, Deem saw Mikese Morse claim All-American status in the indoor long jump with his fifth-place finish at the national championships. Also, junior Cory Nelms (indoor 60-meter hurdles) was the first male track athlete to claim an ACC Title that wasn't named Tim Harris since Lance Leggett in the 400-meter hurdles in 2006. In 2008, Deem saw Krista Simkins win a NCAA National Title in the indoor 400-meters. Also, during the indoor season, Viktoria Andonova took home All-American honors as she tied for ninth in the high jump at the Indoor NCAA National Championships. During the outdoor season, freshmen hurdlers, Takecia Jameson and T'erea Brown finished third and eighth respectively to earn All-American accolades in the 400-meter hurdles. In July of 2008, Jameson ran for the United States in the Junior World Championships in Poland, where she claimed two world titles, in the 400-meter hurdles and the 4×100-relay. The Hurricanes have had at least one student-athlete earn All-America honors in each of her 21 seasons and are perennial contenders for conference championships and top-10 national finishes. In Miami's first two seasons in the ACC (2004-05 and 2005-06), Deem led the Hurricanes to consecutive indoor and outdoor conference titles. In addition, she was honored as the league's indoor and outdoor Coach of the Year both seasons. Miami finished tied for fifth at the 2006 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships marking the program's second consecutive top five finish while the team placed seventh at the NCAA Outdoor Championships marking the highest outdoor finish in school history. The 2005 season saw Miami reach unprecedented heights. The Hurricanes finished a program-best third at the 2005 NCAA Indoor Championships, which included a school-record 12 All-America honors. Miami finished ninth at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Championships, also the highest finish at the time in school history, notching another 14 All-America honors. The Hurricanes placed second at the 2005 NCAA East Regional Championships marking the highest finish and most points scored (81) in the program's history. In 2004, the Hurricanes concluded their final season of BIG EAST competition by posting one of the best seasons in school history. Miami recorded 17 All-America honors, won both the BIG EAST Indoor and Outdoor Championships for the second consecutive season, including the school's sixth BIG EAST Outdoor Championship, and placed 10th at both the NCAA Indoor Championships and NCAA Outdoor Championships. That season, Miami recorded 12 All-America honors at the NCAA Outdoor Championships including Lauryn Williams' NCAA National Championship in the 100-meters. Williams posted a winning time of 10.97 seconds, the fifth-fastest time in NCAA history. In three seasons under Deem, Williams developed into one the top sprinters in the world. For most of 2004, Williams had the top time in the world in both the 100-meter and 200-meters. She went on to win a silver medal in the 100-meters at the Olympic Games in Athens, and at just 20 years of age became the youngest sprinter in 32 years to medal in the event. Williams competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and continues to train under Deem. In 2005 Williams captured the gold medal in the 100-meters and also anchored the USA 4×100-meter relay to the gold medal at the IAAF World Championships in Helsinki, Finland. During Deem's tenure the Hurricanes developed into the premier track and field program in the BIG EAST winning a combined 79 BIG EAST individual and relay titles. Miami's team title at the 2004 BIG EAST Outdoor Championship marked the fourth consecutive for Deem's Hurricanes making UM the only program in BIG EAST history to win four straight outdoor team titles. Under Deem the Hurricanes have become a fixture at the NCAA Championships scoring at 14 of 15 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Championships since 1992. Both in the state of Florida and around the nation Deem is recognized as one of the best developers of talent in the coaching ranks. Deem, who served as President of the United States Track Coaches Association from 2003-05, has won numerous coaching awards and been appointed to various national coaching positions. In 2007, she served as the Head Coach of the United States team at the World Championships in Osaka, Japan where the Americans won the 4×100 and 4×400-meter relays Deem has been honored four times as the USTCA South District Coach of the Year (2001, 2002, 2004, 2005), and in 1998 was named the USA Track and Field Florida Coach of the Year. In 2002 she was honored as the United States Olympic Committee Developmental Coach of the Year for Track and Field. In addition, Deem served three seasons (1998-2000) as the Event Coordinator for Sprints and Hurdles for the USA Track and Field Coaches Education Program, and in 2001 served as head coach of the USATF Junior National team that competed in England and Scotland. In the summer of 2003, Deem served as the Explosive Events Coach (sprints and hurdles) for the United States at the Pan American games in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic guiding Lauryn Williams to the gold medal in the 100-meters. In addition the United States swept the gold medals in the 4×100-meter relay and 4×400-meter relay for the first time since 1987. In 2002 Deem guided Williams to the gold medal at the World Junior Championships in Kingston, Jamaica. In addition to Williams, Deem has coached numerous other top sprinters and hurdlers including five-time NCAA Champion Gillian Russell, 1999 NCAA Champion Yolanda McCray, two-time Olympian Patrina Allen, and Debbie Ferguson, a two-time Olympic medalist. Russell, who competed for the Hurricanes from 1992-95, won the NCAA National Indoor title in the 55-meter hurdles in 1992 and 1995, as well as the NCAA 100-meter hurdle championship in 1993, 1994 and 1995. Russell is a two-time Olympian having competed for Jamaica in 1992 and 1996. Russell was ranked among the World's top-10 in the 100-meter hurdles from 1995-1998 reaching a career-best ranking of sixth in 1998. McCray, a six-time All-American, won the 100-meter hurdles at the 1999 NCAA Championship and, in 1997 and in 1999 was ranked as high as sixth in the United States in the event. Allen, a teammate of McCray, was also a six-time All-American. She competed for Jamaica at the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games in the 400-meter hurdles. In 2002, Deem began coaching Bahamian sprinter Debbie Ferguson. Ferguson went on to post one of the best seasons of her career winning gold medals in the 100-meters, 200-meters and 4×100-meter relay at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, setting meet records in all three events. She went on to win championships in the 200-meters and 4×100-meter relay at the 2002 World Cup, and ended the season ranked second in the world in the 200-meters and fifth in the world in the 100-meters. At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Ferguson captured the bronze medal in the 200-meters and reached the final of the 100-meters where she placed seventh. She competed in the 200-meter event at the 2008 Olympics and again be coached by Deem. Originally from Parkersburg, West Virginia, Deem first came to Miami in 1988 as an intern in the Compliance Department to complete her degree at Ohio University. While fulfilling her internship she simultaneously served as assistant track coach. In what could be termed as perfect timing, in the Spring of 1990, Deem decided to stay in the Miami area and the head women's track coach position opened up. Deem, who is a Level III coach and instructor as certified by USA Track and Field, was hired as the head women's track coach on June 26, 1990.
From Belize to Barbados to Dominican Republic, Edward Waters Men's Volleyball has a heavy international presence. Coach Reeves discusses some of the benefits of having a high number of international players, as well as how he recruited them to Edward Waters, including freshman Kaelen Ingram of Belize.
Today Dave is back from his trip to the Dominican Republic and has brought back with him a special cigar for The Ash Holes to smoke called the YaYA. While they are smoking this yet to be released cigar, they will be discussing the story of Atabey and how YaYa is involved. #TAH #Cigars #UnitedPodcastNetwork #Studio21PodcastCafe Follow Us On: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AshHolesRadio YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeDdSI6hO2-nYVkvdKlc3gQ Odysee: https://odysee.com/@theashholespodcast:f Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashholesradio/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheAshHoles Listen to Us on: theashholes.podbean.com or anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts Join us as we broadcast live on location from Studio 21 Podcast Cafe high above Two Guys Smoke Shop in Salem, New Hampshire on the United Podcast Network, every Tuesday @ 4pm.
Cleyvis Natera was born in the Dominican Republic, migrated to the United States at ten years old, and grew up in New York City. Her exhilarating debut novel NERUDA ON THE PARK follows members of a Dominican family in New York City who take radically different paths when faced with encroaching gentrification. The book is a beautifully layered portrait of family, friendship, and ambition. Now let's join the author in conversation with her editor Chelcee Johns.
Haiti – when you hear the name of this nation, what comes to mind? Usually, you can recall the hurricanes, earthquakes and other horrific tragedies that have hit the island and its people, plunging them further into a state of despair and disaster that they have suffered for decades now.But Haiti is much more than disaster, pain and suffering. It is a nation with a rich history full of bravery and valor, in which the populace had to fight for its rights and throw off the yoke of French tyranny, along with other colonizers (including the United States!)In our latest episode of the Learn Spanish with Stories podcast, Episode 33, we venture to this French-speaking part of Hispaniola – an island shared with Dominican Republic, by the way – and learn of the Haitian resilience before tragedy, invasion and political crisis, throughout several centuries of history.Transcript of this episode is available at: https://podcast.lingomastery.com/listen/1071
This week, #ELOsoFumarTakes welcomes Glen Case of Kristoff Cigars back for our #210thTake. The last time we sat down with Glen, a small thing called the Pandemic was just starting. Nobody knew what laid before us, but the past 24 months have proven the resolve that Case and his team built along the way. The Dominican Republic was hit the hardest with shutdowns of all cigar-producing countries. Additionally, we reflect on the tragic loss of a pillar to the Dominican Republic and Kristoff Cigars. We reflect back and forward with Glen. Enjoy! For this occasion, Glen and I would like to spotlight the American Diabetes Association and in the process, honor the memory of Glen's father - Mr. Vern Case. Learn more HERE. Consider Donating HERE. https://kristoff.com/ Rolando Villamil Passes Away: https://cigar-coop.com/2022/02/cigar-news-rolando-villamil-passes-away.html To the #ELOsoFumarTakes community, I have decided to take part in a survey that is aimed at capturing the influence of our podcast, in addition to other Cigar Industry media. I ask you, humbly, to take a few minutes and take part in this survey. Two major points: 1) No personal info will be asked for or given by you 2) THE GOAL: to see what, if any, influence and impact Cigar Media has on the way you, the consumer, views and takes part in this industry we love. It would honor me to hear and see your thoughts. Thank you in advance. Click here: https://tcu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/for... This is going to be one awesome #Take! Enjoy!
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From 2006 - We talk about volunteering in the third world with Dr. Peter Emer (who operates Emer Eye Center in Kenosha) and Dr. Roger Lindberg, a former member of the biology faculty at Carthage College. Emer talks about providing eye care in the Dominican Republic - and Professor Lindberg talks about taking a group of Carthage students to offer medical care in rural Nicaragua.
Bougie Babes, WE....ARE....BACK!!!Did you miss us, because we've certainly missed you! It has definitely been a minute but we couldn't stay away any longer! The BBB Crew is here to bring you even more dope discussions, debates, and even a refreshing brand new perspective with our newest member, B (The Rich Uncle)! Season 3 is OFFICIALLY here, and we're comin' in hot with this one!! Ever made a love connection while traveling out of the country? Our awe-inspiring guest, Danen, joins us in the Bougie Den to detail her dynamic love adventure on a trip to the Dominican Republic. Taking in sun, sand, and sangrias, she makes an unexpected connection that sounds so surreal and amazing, its as if its from a modern day romance novel or film; However, the story takes several trips and turns! We all were bursting with questions and anticipation, and BayBay! The plot just got deeper and DEEPER! Fans of Episode 21 (about 'Red Flags') are gonna love this one! Grab your edges, a nice cocktail to sip. and a paper bag for the gasps because you will need it!! xoxo
40 year MLB veteran Mike Brumley shares his experience in the Dominican Republic and in Taiwan in how they develop their baseball players differently than here in the US. Mike also talks about the biggest difference between how the game is played in Taiwan vs US (I had no idea), what type of American players do well overseas, the secret/non secret as to why Dominicans become pro ball players at such a high rate and much more. In part 2, we get into Mike's favorite modern technology for hitters (I was surprised by his favorite) and a few that haven't been all that useful....so be sure to subscribe! And follow us on TikTok and Instagram for daily fun and helpful content. Go get em today!
Rafael Barlowe sits down with Overtime Elite's Jean Montero, a projected 1st round pick, to discuss his journey from the Dominican Republic to the NBA Draft. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Originally from the Dominican Republic, Julie Baez is an upcoming and rising local comedian with stories of her life growing up in Miami. She began doing open MICs at local comedy venues like the Miami Improv and within just a few years, has won several local comedy competitions. Now you can see her performing in comedy clubs around South Florida, Los Angeles, Atlanta and New York City. Recently she has worked with Tiffany Haddish (Girls Trip), Micahel Yo (America's Got Talent), Jim Norton (Showtime), Alex Reymundo (Original Latin Kings of Comedy), Donnell Rawlings (Chappelle's Show), Aida Rodriguez (Last Comic Standing), Rich Vos (Comedy Central) and Carlos Mencia (The Mencia Show).
After 5 years and 132 episodes, AJ and Chelsea say goodbye to the Dominican Republic. Although their ministry in Latin America comes to a close, they will be starting a new chapter in another urban district. The Worthless Servants asked them to reflect on their time in the D.R. as well as what they have enjoyed or will miss the most. They may be leaving the podcast and the D.R., but they will need your good wishes and continued prayer support in the States! Stay tuned for an epic surprise at the end of the episode, as well.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Bella Dose over Zoom video! Bella Dose, named one of People's “25 Emerging Musical Artists You Should Add to Your Playlist”, recently released their next single “BITE!” 2021 proved to be a successful year for emerging LatinX talent, Bella Dose. The Latina girl group made quiet the introduction over the summer with the TikTok success of their song ‘Si Me Llamas', which is about leaving that toxic ex “on read.” Off their debut EP ‘SUELTA', the dance friendly tracked garnered over 1 billion views across the app, with nearly 115,000 videos using the song. On the heels of the EP's success, the girls will once again pivot their versatile talents with their English hit, “BITE!,”. BELLA DOSE is ready to take on the world with their charisma, versatility, chemistry, and passion for the art of music. Brianna, Jenni, Thais, and Melany gained much traction from their masterful covers of the most popular songs, especially their most viewed rendition of Nicky Jam and Ozuna's “Te Robaré”. They have been working diligently and building their own original music repertoire of English and Spanish songs that they write themselves. Besides writing, all members sing, dance, and engineer their own sessions. Originating in Miami, Florida, the girls come from diverse Latin backgrounds with heritages from Cuba, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Colombia and Chile, and they keep true to their roots through their catchy hooks and hypnotically danceable beats. With a growing fanbase of over 2.3 Million followers on TikTok and 299.5K followers on Instagram, BELLA DOSE has a promising future. Their unique position in the market, their versatility, style, work ethic, and true talent, have made the girls become a real threat and ones to watch in 2022 We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #BellaDose #Bite #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
ABOUT Kyle Bergman:Kyle's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-bergman-629809131/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ADFILMFESTInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/adfilmfest/Websites:Architecture and Design Film Festival: https://www.adfilmfest.com/Pacific Rim Parks: https://pacificrimpark.org/Kyle Bergman's Bio: Founder & Festival Director - Architecture & Design Film Festival / New YorkArchitect Kyle Bergman founded the Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) in 2009 and serves as its festival director. He has always recognized the strong connection between architecture and film and ADFF provides a unique opportunity to educate, entertain and engage people who are passionate about the world of architecture and design. Now in its 14th season, ADFF has grown to become the largest film festival dedicated to the creative spirit of architecture and design.Mr. Bergman also serves as president of Pacific Rim Park (PRP) whose mission is to use the process of designing and building parks as a tool to connect people and communities around the Pacific. Mr, Bergman has been involved with PRP since its first park built in Vladivostok, Russia in 1994.Mr. Bergman has been involved with design/build education since 1992 when he created and moderated an architectural lecture series about the design/build process for the Smithsonian Institute. He has taught community design/build classes in the Dominican Republic for the Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont, and served on their board of directors for 9 years.An entrepreneur at heart, Mr. Bergman founded Alt Spec in 1999, a publishing company that produced a visual resource of unique and alternative products for architects and designers. He also produced a play, The Glass House, about the design and construction of two famous homes — Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House and Phillip Johnson's Glass House. SHOW INTRO:When I was in college I took an elective in hypnosis and one of the few things that I learned during that course is that everyone can be hypnotized, to some degree. That degree has a lot to do with the individual's ability to let themself go, to suspend disbelief, to have a strong imagination as well as the proclivity to get lost in story.What I have always know about myself is that when I watch a movie, the outside world disappears. I am with Frodo on our way to Mordor, in a landing craft on the beach of Normandy on my way to Save Private Ryan, falling in love with the heroine, summiting the mountain… I could go on but you get the idea.The same happens with great novels where I am fully in the narrative and I find portrayals of human excellence deeply moving.Over the years, I have found myself using expressions of famous novelists, musicians, architects and filmmakers as truisms to live my life by. I love documentaries because I learn things I did not know. I love discovering how things work in our world and how things we often take for granted in out built environment are not there by happenstance but have come to be through an intense, and usually lengthy, process of collaborative making.I often stand in places and I'm amazed at the amount of decisions that had to be made to bring the thing that I'm experienced into the world. This is no small thing and it's something that I think the general public is unaware of. I would hazard a guess that most walk through their environments blissfully unaware of the magnitude of human invention and hard work that it took to bring most buildings to the world.There have been stories I have read - biographies, monographs and radio shows and podcasts that I have listened to that have described the lives of famous makers, builders, architects, artists, designers and musicians - these alchemists of human ingenuity bringing things to the world that are lasting expressions of what it means to be human - in a certain place - at a certain time.And so, it's probably not so surprising that documentaries that focus on the work of architects or TV shows that show how things are made or how to make them better or how our built world has come to be I find particularly fascinating. I think that if people better understood architecture and design, and the intricate set of interdependencies and decisions made to make the beautiful building or ice cream scoop, the world of design and architecture maybe experienced with more reverence.I've often heard it also said that architects tend to make buildings for architects and the much of the subtlety and deep meaning of what architects and designers do is lost on the general public.An this may be, in part , due to the fact that architects haven't been too good at explaining what they do to the public. In the past there were various guilds, associations of craftsmen or merchants that formed for mutual aid and protection and for the furtherance of their professional interests.And indeed, knowledge of the craft was often held in confidence among its members. I've often heard it also said that architects tend to make buildings for architects and the much of the subtlety and deep meaning of what architects and designers do is lost on the general public. Maybe this is a hold-over from ancient guilds. If so, the consequence has been a poor understanding of the world of architecture and one that needs some revision.This is just one of the mandates that Kyle Bergman and the architecture and design Film Festival have set out for themselves in bringing stories of architecture and design to the general public. The architecture and design Film Festival attempts to write that story in a different way. To bring the art and science of architecture and design, what it means, why we do it and how we do it, to the general public so they better understand the nature of the built world and what it means to be a participant in it.ArchitectKyleBergman founded the Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) in 2009 and serves as its festival director. He has always recognized the strong connection between architecture and film and how the ADFF can provide a unique opportunity to educate, entertain and engage people who are passionate about the world of architecture and design. Now in its 14th season, ADFF has grown to become the largest film festival dedicated to the creative spirit of architecture and design.Kyle Bergman has been involved with design/build education since 1992 when he created and moderated an architectural lecture series about the design/build process for the Smithsonian Institute. He has taught community design/build classes in the Dominican Republic for the Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont, and served on their board of directors for 9 years.He is also the president of Pacific Rim Park (PRP) whose mission is to use the process of designing and building parks as a tool to connect people and communities around the Pacific. The architecture and design Film Festival now screens about 300 documentary films every year. They curate the best of them and bring them to the public in major cities across the US and Canada as well as releasing them online.Because of the work of Kyle Bergman, the general public continues to be invited into a deeper understanding of architects, designers and the nature of the built environment.The architecture critic Paul Goldberger has said “Architecture begins to matter when it brings delight and sadness and perplexity and awe along with a roof over our heads.” For the past 13 or 14 years, the architecture and design Film Festival has brought together the story of architecture and design offering those who participate a felt sense of delight and sadness, a deeper appreciation for the complexity of the practice of design and architecture and a sense of awe about the magic and meaning of buildings. ABOUT DAVID KEPRON:LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/david-kepron-9a1582bWebsites: https://www.davidkepron.com (personal website)vmsd.com/taxonomy/term/8645 (Blog)Email: david.kepron@NXTLVLexperiencedesign.comTwitter: DavidKepronPersonal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidkepron/NXTLVL Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nxtlvl_experience_design/Bio:David Kepron is a multifaceted creative professional with a deep curiosity to understand ‘why', ‘what's now' and ‘what's next'. He brings together his background as an architect, artist, educator, author, podcast host and builder to the making of meaningful and empathically-focused, community-centric customer connections at brand experience places around the globe. David is a former VP - Global Design Strategies at Marriott International. While at Marriott, his focus was on the creation of compelling customer experiences within Marriott's “Premium Distinctive” segment which included: Westin, Renaissance, Le Meridien, Autograph Collection, Tribute Portfolio, Design Hotels and Gaylord hotels. In 2020 Kepron founded NXTLVL Experience Design, a strategy and design consultancy, where he combines his multidisciplinary approach to the creation of relevant brand engagements with his passion for social and cultural anthropology, neuroscience and emerging digital technologies. As a frequently requested international speaker at corporate events and international conferences focusing on CX, digital transformation, retail, hospitality, emerging technology, David shares his expertise on subjects ranging from consumer behaviors and trends, brain science and buying behavior, store design and visual merchandising, hotel design and strategy as well as creativity and innovation. In his talks, David shares visionary ideas on how brand strategy, brain science and emerging technologies are changing guest expectations about relationships they want to have with brands and how companies can remain relevant in a digitally enabled marketplace. David currently shares his experience and insight on various industry boards including: VMSD magazine's Editorial Advisory Board, the Interactive Customer Experience Association, Sign Research Foundation's Program Committee as well as the Center For Retail Transformation at George Mason University.He has held teaching positions at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.), the Department of Architecture & Interior Design of Drexel University in Philadelphia, the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising (L.I.M.) in New York, the International Academy of Merchandising and Design in Montreal and he served as the Director of the Visual Merchandising Department at LaSalle International Fashion School (L.I.F.S.) in Singapore. In 2014 Kepron published his first book titled: “Retail (r)Evolution: Why Creating Right-Brain Stores Will Shape the Future of Shopping in a Digitally Driven World” and he is currently working on his second book to be published soon. David also writes a popular blog called “Brain Food” which is published monthly on vmsd.com.
Episode 106 features Bony Ramirez (b. 1996, Tenares, Salcedo, Dominican Republic). He is a New Jersey-based artist whose work draws inspiration from Caribbean iconography and Renaissance style. In bold portraits of contorted, often nude figures, drawn on paper and then adhered to painted wooden backdrops that evoke the Caribbean tropics, Ramirez's work meditates on the legacy of colonialism in his native Dominican Republic. He cites Renaissance tropes like romanticized gore as influence: references recontextualized by afro-caribbean elements (a plantain tree, a durag) and reclaimed by the Black and Brown figures who inhabit them. Layers of material evoke the vestiges of Euro-colonialism that continue to inhabit the Caribbean psyche — a “double consciousness” that is occasionally, violently, interrupted. Ramirez's work has been featured in solo exhibitions at Bradley Ertaskiran, Montréal and Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York, as well as recent group exhibitions at Jeffrey Deitch, Los Angeles; Company Gallery, New York; Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles; Regular Normal, New York; Zürcher Gallery, New York and Anna Zorina Gallery, New York. Photo credit: Frenel Morris Artist https://bonyramirez.com/ Artsy https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-best-booths-new-york-art-week-2022 Artsy https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-artsy-vanguard-2021-bony-ramirez?fbclid=IwAR3O8p4iBIPzvZnL9tmda1b7dA75DU_2oKD6Jb1ymwnL8FZU9hvD79pXir0 Fountainhead Arts https://www.fountainheadarts.org/upcoming/residency-open-house-february Hyperallergic https://hyperallergic.com/692777/miami-fountainhead-arts-announces-2022-artists-in-residence/ Bradley Ertaskiran https://bradleyertaskiran.com/en/exhibition/bony-ramirez/ Perth Amboy Now https://perthamboynow.com/perth-amboy-artist-bony-ramirez-recognized-as-top-artist-working-today/ Thierry Goldberg https://thierrygoldberg.com/Bony-Ramirez-MUSA-X-PARADISIACA-Images Thierry Goldberg https://thierrygoldberg.com/Bony-Ramirez-Grass-Under-The-Wood-Images Deitch https://deitch.com/los-angeles/exhibitions/shattered-glass-curated-by-melahn-frierson-and-aj-girard Mier Gallery https://www.miergallery.com/exhibitions/group-show-gest Thierry Goldberg https://thierrygoldberg.com/And-The-Sun-Left Artnet https://news.artnet.com/buyers-guide/bony-ramirez-art-of-americas-2098781 Art Break Out https://artbreakout.com/self-taught-artist/self-taught-dominican-american-artist-bony-ramirez-at-thierry-goldberg-gallery-through-december-20/ It's Nice That https://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/bony-ramirez-art-270720 Art Maze Mag https://artmazemag.com/pre-colonisation-caribbean-luxury-bony-ramirezs-multimodal-artworks-draw-on-the-opulence-of-traditional-portraiture-to-exalt-underrepresented-narratives/
Justin Black (Western Michigan University alum) discusses studying abroad 5 times (South Korea, Dominican Republic, Senegal, Hong Kong, South Africa) and creating a brand new program to East Africa. Justin's website: re-definingnormal.com Justin's IG/TikTok: re.definingnormal RESOURCE LIST/BLOG for this episode: bit.ly/3N4jiA7 BE A GUEST: firstname.lastname@example.org www.younggiftedandabroad.com Background music: "Ella Fitzgerald - Basin Street Blues (ProleteR tribute)" by ProleteR (https://soundcloud.com/proleter-beatmaker/ella-fitzgerald-basin-street-blues-proleter-tribute) "Ella FitzGerald & Count Basie - On The Sunny Side Of The Street(ProleteR Tribute)" by ProleteR (https://soundcloud.com/proleter-beatmaker/ella-fitzgerald-count-basie-on-the-sunny-side-of-the-street-proleter-tribute)
We volunteered in the Dominican Republic with a group of other healthcare travelers. It was a collaboration between the 4North Project which is a local non-profit in the DR + MedVenture & Travel Nurse Takeover.It was a great mix of serving the community, adventure & local experiences.We set up pop up clinics & provided non-clinical eye exams for the local people in the Bani.It was an awesome experience & we share all the things in this weeks episode.In this episode We talk about:Who this trip is for & how you can get involvedThe work we did & What to expectOur own stories & experiences& so much more:)!!Learn more about the 4North Project: www.4north.orgCheck out the Travsessed Travel Backpack on Amazon:)TRAVSESSED BACKPACKIf you want to chat with us, ask us questions & get updates on all the travel things..Join our texting line by TEXTING I'm Travsessed to 904-474-8435 or click my.community.com/kimerran to add us to your contacts:)Follow along with all our travel adventures and daily stories on Instagram: @Kimanderrang www.instagram.com/kimanderrang/Start following our backpack on Instagram, so you can tag us, showing you on your adventures with your new Travsessed Daypack: @imtravsessed www.instagram.com/imtravsessed/Check out our online course for Travelers...TRAVELERS SCHOOL: www.kimanderrang.com/tschool/Follow along with our travel adventure on YouTube: https://bit.ly/subscribeKandE/Reach out to us to be on our show: Instagram DM @kimanderrang or Email: email@example.com
Episode 377 – Your favorites Today we have Jeff. He is 47, from the Dominican Republic, and took his last drink on December 4, 2016. Bozeman Retreat: https://www.recoveryelevator.com/bozeman/ Exact Nature: https://exactnature.com/RE 20 Highlights from Paul Listeners provided highlights of some of their favorite episodes of the Recovery Elevator podcast. 330 – Learn to love yourself as your dog (or cat) loves you. You have a certain amount of energy and days in your life, and it is your choice on what to spend it on. 207 and 220 – Tom Topp inspired a listener to see social anxiety as a similarity. Another listener helped her learn that the body does heal from elevated liver enzymes without alcohol. Another listener couldn't name one episode but instead said, sharing your story and recovering out loud helps shred the shame of addiction. It made me realize that I'm not alone, and together we can fight and overcome this! 370 Stephanie – a listener, learned to put the same energy into her recovery that she did into drinking. Odette speaking about her relapse was also powerful Better Help: www.betterhelp.com/elevator - 10% off your first month [15:21] Jeff feels great, thanks to five years of sobriety. He is married and splits time between Colorado and the Dominican Republic. He has a concierge service for people in recovery to enjoy a beach vacation without the triggers of alcohol. Jeff's services help sober experience sober fun. Jeff experimented with alcohol as a teenager and described alcohol as a warm hug. He married at 18 and put alcohol on the sidelines to become a provider. In his mid-thirties, Jeff spiraled into self-pity. After DUI's and jail time, it took him several years to embrace recovery. He remarried and was a grey area drinker, until his drinking was problematic again. Codependency caused Jeff to take on identities for other people. In sobriety, he started to get to know himself. When triggered, he asks his wife for help. Jeff listened to ninety episodes of the Recovery Elevator podcast in thirty days. Stubbornness helped to make sobriety stick. Writing is a great tool for Jeff and posting in Café Re provides him with great feedback. Collecting the sober moments retrains the synapses in your brain to have different responses to triggering events. Odette's Summary You can handle this. Remember that you are not alone and together is always better. Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes Recovery Elevator –It all starts from the inside out. I love you guys.
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Becky Nova works in cancer research and lives just outside of New York. She started investing in real estate when her husband decided that they had to buy a house, and so she made the decision that they would make money from it. This led to them buying a duplex, living on one side, and renting out the other. And after that, she was hooked! She also owns a property in Santa Domingo, In the Dominican Republic. As well as having lived in Europe for 7 years. Becky also started a website called lady landlords which she turned into a meetup event a well. Get in touch with Becky : https://www.lady-landlords.com/ #RealEstate #Tips #PreReal For informational purposes only. Always consult with professionals. This is not meant to be used as legal or tax advice or otherwise. Any projections, opinions, assumptions, or estimates used are for example only. All information should be independently verified and is subject to errors and omissions. Check out some of our other videos and listings: PreReal Podcast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTgZYyrkRyU&list=PLbyMUN39hTNWUFWH-tprcR0sTOwdqCfuk Becca's Real Estate Tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSQsDJUTOW8&list=PLbyMUN39hTNVu6OeabosHIP_CTfuqg_4X Prendamano Real Estate of staten island, NY is a real estate marketing firm that is focused on lead generation for all its properties for sale. More leads equals bigger pockets in the end for everyone. If you are house hunting and looking for a house for sale don't hesitate to give us a call (718)200-7799. If you think it is time to sell your house, we can get you top dollar for your property. Visit us at www.prereal.com Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrendamanoRealEstate Instagram: @prerealpodcast @prerealestate TikTok: @prerealestate Twitter: @prereal
Back in 2019, Antoine Reid traveled to the Dominican Republic to witness how premium cigars are made and how tobacco is grown. During that trip, he had the opportunity to sit down with Hendrik "Henke" Kelner and his son Klaas to discuss his career in the tobacco industry and to learn how Hendrik Kelner became one of the cigar industry's most respected cigar makers. Enjoy this special "deep cut" interview from the vault!
Pull up with your drinks and ready to conversate with Buddha & Babi as we get back to our regularly scheduled lives! Special Guest: Tatiana S. Richmond Best known as Tati to family and friends grew up in Chicago's South Suburbs. After a birthday trip to the Dominican Republic, Tati had small, butt-length knotless braids and dreaded taking them out herself! Tati began to wonder, "Who offers this service?" And it clicked; Tati could be the one to offer this service, this care for other people, and the trip is when T Can Takeitdown was created. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/buddhababi/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buddhababi/support
In this episode, we chat with Professor Remysell Salas and discuss Haiti's influence on Dominican History. He also shares his recent visit to Africa and the similarities between Africa and the Dominican Republic. We talk of ways to bridge the gap and change the narrative. Tune in to a great episode! Guest IG: remysalasbxhttps://remysell.medium.com/Dominican Book Club: https://www.dominicanwriters.com/dominican-studieshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vxv8T-9rcakWe'd love to hear from you!Follow Rocio and Mercedes on IG: Rocio and Mercedesemail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease rate, subscribe, and review the show!It really makes a difference!This episode was produced by: Quinton Cameron, Mercedes Ilarraza, and Rocio MendezBecome a Patreon Supporter Here!www.patreon.com/rocioandmercedesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/RocioandMercedes)
The Bible tells us we don’t wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, powers, and rulers of darkness. Yet many believers don't have any idea of this reality of wrestling (warfare) or have much training on how to prevail. Spiritual warfare is an often misunderstood or neglected aspect in the preparation for missions.
Sherry Herdman is one busy lady. With living half of the year in the Dominican Republic, she is able to volunteer with the Mariposa DR Foundation helping to teach girls to sew. Sherry has been quilting for 22 years. She likes batiks, Asian fabrics and bright colors! Here's some of Sherry's quilts If you'd like to learn more about the Mariposa DR Foundation, here's their website: https://mariposadrfoundation.org/ (the Mariposa DR Foundation)
On today's episode of the podcast Ryan talks to author Roosevelt Montas about how to make philosophy and the classics accessible to young children, how the classics connect to something in our humanity, how the ancient texts connect children and adults the same, and more.Roosevelt Montás is Director of the Freedom and Citizenship Program. He was born in the Dominican Republic and moved to New York as a teenager. Roosevelt specializes in Antebellum American literature and culture, with a particular interest in American national identity. He regularly teaches moral and political philosophy in the Columbia Core Curriculum as well seminars in American Studies. Roosevelt is the author of “Rescuing Socrates: How the Great Books Changed My Life and Why They Matter for a New Generation.”Kion Aminos is backed by over 20 years of clinical research, has the highest quality ingredients, no fillers or junk, undergoes rigorous quality testing, and tastes amazing with all-natural flavors. Go to getkion.com/dailydad to save 20% on subscriptions and 10% on one-time purchases.Grab your exclusive NordVPN deal by going to nordvpn.com/dailydad to get a huge discount off your Nord VPN plan+ Free threat protection + 1 additional month for free. It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money back guarantee.Every week StoryWorth emails your loved one a different story prompt – questions you've never thought to ask. Get started right away with no shipping required by going to StoryWorth.com/dailydad. You'll get $10 off your first purchase.Sign up for the Daily Dad email: DailyDad.comFollow Daily Dad: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
A Compilation of stories, including topics like fake holes in the road, Joe's coming trip to the Dominican Republic, and what your favorite candy has to say about your personality. Taken from the week of 4/25-4/29 2022 told by Joe Hunter, host of the Cup a' Joe Morning Show, on the Sound of Life: The Hudson Valley's 100% listener funded Christian Radio Station. Website: http://soundoflife.org Listen Online: http://soundoflife.org/media/listen-online Prayer: http://soundoflife.org/ourprayer Give: http://soundoflife.org/give/financial-gift To Become a Ministry Partner: http://soundoflife.org/partners/churches-ministry/ To Become a Business Partner: http://soundoflife.org/partners/business/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesoundofLIFE/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/theSoundofLIFE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soundofliferadio/
Bobby Valentine visits BaseballBiz - Valentine's WayBobby V speaks on LeadershipTransition from Player to ManagerRoving instructor in Minor Leagues to coaching 3rd base on NY MetsTexas Rangers bringing in AnalyticsBringing in Tom Howe as Strength & Conditioning coach for RangersIntroducing Pitch Count as a tool to Extend Nolan Ryan's career Goose Gossage from Plant CityWorking with Steve Buechele & Tom GrieveBobby V works to build a new stadium for TexasTeams needing a new stadium used Tampa as a tease to where they may move1st non-Japanese person to manage a team in Japan w/ Chiba Lotte MarinesManaged the New York Mets for 7 yearsNow advising the GM for the LA Angels seeing Mike Trout & Shohei Ohtani everydayLeft Japan for Mets offer. The offer was not as initially advertisedBobby's journeys with Mentor & Friend, Tommy Lasorda with travels from Ogden Utah, Spokane, Dominican Republic, Santa Domingo, Venezuela & CaracasTommy Lasorda joins Bobby V at the All-Star game & avoids collision with the bat of Vladimer Guerrero Sr. Giants Defensive End & Hall of Famer, Andrew Robustelli introduces Bobby to Tom Landry“Make sure your coaches speak your language” - advice from Tom Landry to keep your lines of communication open with your coaching staff. Japan ritual after winning - hoist manager into the air 3x as symbol of trust and being together.100 Fenway - Boston brought in to weed out the weak, clean up the mess, chicken & beer & dissension. Director of Athletics at Sacred Heart UniversityNow active with the Los Angeles AngelsPassion is what you want to follow - What you are good as it what you should pursue.Baseball sports book, Valentine's Way by Bobby Valentine is available in hardback & Kindle formatsBaseballBiz is also on iheartradio, Stitcher, Apple, Spotify & Google podcastsYou can reach Mark @TheBaseballBiz & Brandon @SportsBlitzPod on Twitter Special thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"
Ellen Latham takes on this episode with her enormous passion for fitness. The OG powerhouse has had a 48-year career and her franchise business Orange Theory has 1,450 studios across the world. This amazing woman is here to talk about her trajectory and how she has been able to scale and sustain her business. The keynote speaker will give you the two values that will set you up for the rollercoaster entrepreneurial life. Hope you stay till the juicy end because Ellen will reveal scientific insights on how to live a long life and be strong no matter the age! Can you tell I'm now her biggest fan?! Orangetheory Fitness Resources:Orangetheory Fitness WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitter If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. STRONG Fitness Magazine Subscription Use discount code STRONGGIRLResourcesSTRONG Fitness MagazineSTRONG Fitness Magazine on IGTeam Strong GirlsCoach JVBFollow Jenny on social mediaInstagramFacebookYouTube
Today's guest is Nurse Practitioner Alex or better known as AlPicasso in my family. This week were chatting about the importance of investing in your health, the bare minimum things you can do daily to take of your health and how a quick trip to the Dominican Republic started his investment journey.
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In this episode of Shawna and LaLa, LaLa talks about how awkward and unsocial she is when she is at events with other moms from Gio's school or in front of anyone she doesn't know. Shawna is taking a class on confidence with Julie Solomon. Will LaLa take join the class? LaLa is going away to the Dominican Republic and is having trouble packing. Shawna talks about how she overpacks too and brings her whole closet whenever she goes away. They also talk about the newest recipe they made! For more visit www.shawnaandlala.com
Wow... Today's episode at You Can Overcome Anything! Podcast Show, CesarRespino.com brings to you an amazing bestseller author by the name of Fariba Kalantari.Dr. Fariba Kalantari is the owner and CEO of Famous Hollywood Dental Care in Hollywood, CA. She has been practicing Dentistry for over 30 years in NY, NJ, and CA. She has been serving the community in Hollywood since 2006 and has passionately received the nicknames of “Dr. Fab” and “Doc Hollywood” from her patients. In her office, everyone is treated like a STAR!Fariba has been involved with many local and international Charities donating her time and money serving those in need. In 2015, she did a mission trip to the Dominican Republic with Smiles for Life Foundation providing Dental services for impoverished communities. She has served in many leadership positions. Co-chair of a few health committees, past Chair of CA Dental Forum, past President of Iranian-American Dental Association, past President of Los Angeles Dental Society, and past Chair of Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Her next mission is to finish her memoir book and continue to mentor and inspire youth with similar struggles growing up and never giving up on their dreams.Fariba is pursuing her other goal of getting her Pilot License since it reminds her that Sky is Not the Limit!Dr. Fariba's message to you is:"Just stay focused on your intentions. There is always a solution. Have Faith and Believe!"To Connect with Dr. Fariba Kalantari go to:www.Hollywooddentalcare.email@example.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/drfaribakalantariFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/fariba.kalantari.9To Connect with CesarRespino go to:
In 2019, a gunman wounded beloved Red Sox hero David Ortiz at a bar in the Dominican Republic, upsetting the delicate balance between the superstar's life in Boston and in his native land. The story of love, tragedy, and the shooting of Big Papi. Visit micahwiener.com and get in the game today.
Joe Piscopo is ready to take you on a Frank Sinatra Journey Baby! Tonight, we're playing the legendary drumming of Buddy Rich, and showcasing the legendary concert of Americas hosted by Ol' Blue Eyes himself in the Dominican Republic.
On this podcast episode, Miss H and Mr O discuss the Season 9 Episode 2 of 90 Day Fiance. On this Episode, Jibri can't figure out car washes or pants, Emily tries to make the most of her and Kobe's one night alone, Bilal's test does not go as he had hoped, Kara and Guillermo say goodbye to the Dominican Republic, and we meet Yvette, who's dealing with a double standard from Mohammed regarding bikini pics. We will be back next Monday to cover Episode 3 of 90 Day Fiance Season 9. If you watch Love After Lockup, check out our other podcast channel Love After Lockup Haha, mmkay. https://lalmmkay.podbean.com/ If you like what you hear, please support us by subscribing and give us a rating. We also welcome constructive feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2019, a gunman wounded beloved Red Sox hero David Ortiz at a bar in the Dominican Republic, upsetting the delicate balance between the superstar's life in Boston and in his native land. The story of love, tragedy, and the shooting of Big Papi. Check back Monday for part 5. Visit micahwiener.com and get in the game today.
In 2019, a gunman wounded beloved Red Sox hero David Ortiz at a bar in the Dominican Republic, upsetting the delicate balance between the superstar's life in Boston and in his native land. The story of love, tragedy, and the shooting of Big Papi. Check back tomorrow for part 4. Visit micahwiener.com and get in the game today.
It's part 2 y'all!!Divorced dad Bilal plans to test his fiancee when she arrives. Kara heads to the Dominican Republic to pick up her young beau, Guillermo. Jibri hopes to sway his Serbian love to stay in his hometown. After two years, Emily welcomes Kobe to meet their son.JOIN REALITY GAYS EXTRA! Either on Patreon, https://www.patreon.com/RealityGays?fan_landing=true or Supercast, https://realitygaysmulti.supercast.tech/ NOTE: The $15 video tier is on Patreon only.Buy Tix for LIVE SHOWS HERE! https://linktr.ee/realitygaysKEEP UP with the Gays in our NEWSLETTER! https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/HLyBwFh/90daygays Find us on the Socials:Twitter @RealityGaysPodInstagram @RealityGaysPodcastFacebook @RealityGaysPodcastLEAVE A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reality-gays-trash-tv-and-gaydd-with-mattie-and-poodle/id1477555097Find all our podcasts on our podcast network, www.RealityGaysPodcast.com.Y'ALL--COME AT US ON CAMEO! Book Jake or Matt! We will read you, sing to you, or tell you if your BF has BDF.SISSY SWAG! Get a mug, shirt, pillow at our MERCH STORE!Wanna talk with your Sissy Squad? Join our PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUPFind Mattie! Instagram: @theMattMarr Twitter: @theMattMarrFind Jake! Twitter: @jakeitorfakeit Instagram: @jakeitorfakeitListen to Mattie's other ADVICE podcast, THE DEAR MATTIE SHOW! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.