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Genesis Church - Sermons
The Weight of Being an Elder

Genesis Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 55:52


Leadership matters. At our moment in church culture we have had a myriad of examples of church leaders who lacked integrity and character. There is a long list of pastors with moral failures alongside those who bullied and used people. It is no wonder so many are leaving the church and rejecting any authority. On his way to Jerusalem, Paul stops to visit the Elders of the church in Ephesus. Earlier, Paul spent over three years serving this church and raising up the leaders and Elders who would continue the work when he left. Now he wants one last gathering to love on these men and challenge them as leaders of Christ’s church. Not only is our text today one of the most heartfelt and beautiful moments in Acts, it also, more than any other, gives clarity to the call on the lives of men who serve as the elders or pastors of the church and the weight they must carry together. What we see in the Scriptures is a plurality of leaders serving as a band of brothers who give their lives for the church for the cause of the Gospel in a city.

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 313: Metropolitan Touring

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 11:03


In the week of COP27 we are training our spotlight on sustainability and climate awareness. We're considering why responsible travellers and engaged citizens can justify heading to places that are right on the front line of the climate battle. We speak to Dominic Hamilton, director of communications at Metropolitan Touring, the carbon-neutral holding group of several properties in Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. Dom tells us about his journey and explains how Metropolitan has established itself as Ecuador's leading pioneer of sustainable tourism. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

JoJo's Bizarre Podcast
Ep. 304 - The Soul (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Stone Ocean Ep. 22)

JoJo's Bizarre Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 74:57


A big door closes and another one opens on this episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure - Episode 22 of Stone Ocean, "Time for Heaven! New Moon, New Priest!" A big door will be opening for Marc, Jackie and the podcast soon as well! We also talk about fighting game ninjas, communist China, 9/11, the famous Araki interview from Eureka magazine, Russia nightclub goers, and the relics of Jesus.Rate us nicely on Apple Podcasts | Support us on Patreon | Follow us on Twitter | Subscribe to us on YouTube | Join the fan Discord --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jjbpod/message

Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast
Are You the Hero, Artist, Prophet, or Nomad? Why Generational Archetypes Matter with Dr. Steven Shepard

Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 78:29


If you've ever felt stuck in a problem, and yet sensed that you were just one key insight away from a “Eureka moment,” then you will enjoy today's interview with Dr. Steve Shepard. In today's episode, Dr. Shepard helps us see the differences between generations as a tremendous asset, instead of a source of friction. And in the end, we realize that someone who seems a planet away because of their age (young or old) may have just the insight we need to leap forward! [00:00- 04:45] OPENING [04:46- 10:05] Law of Large Numbers Four Generational Archetypes Silent generation Baby Boomer generation Generation X Millineal Plural How do you want to be rewarded? [10:06- 16:59] Generation stuff “Never miss a good chance to shut up” The differences between generations Baby boomers- the institution of memory [16:00- 31:02] Chip Conley Cognizant of context Context element that is often left-out How baby-boomers are raise? The gist of differences of four generational archetypes Silent generation (1925-1945) roughly Baby boomer (1946-1964) or so Gen-X (1965- 1981) Millenial (1982-2004) Silent generation- 56 million Baby boomers- 76 million Gen-X - 19 million Millinial- 94 million Plurals (2005-2025) the repeat of silent generation [31:03- 43:12] The Greatest Generation Multi-generational family and organization Rules of engagement vary by generation Awareness of generational differences People do things differently Confirmation bias We live in terror of being wrong “But” means no Each generation that younger than you are will inherit the workplace Blind spot (scotoma) Harnessing the generation [43:13- 46:05] BREAK [46:06- 01:02:39] Dr. Shepard has authored 97 books Meaning of work-life balance for each generation The great reckoning Recipe of severely distrust company The painted house story [01:02:40- 01:14:12] Mental healthcare for generational archetypes Brene Brown Tribalism as opposed to communalism “My job is find extraordinary things on ordinary people”- Charles Corell Everybody has a story to tell There's no copyright on how people think We should not assume where people are going when they start talking The American-African man [01:14:13- 01:18:04] Resources The Natural Curiosity Project podcast Mike Rowe The pole reversal The Nation We Knew [01:18:05- 01:18:28] CLOSING

Tales From Hot Mess Moms
Breezy and Riley and The Mineshaft Of Horror/ Adnan Syed Is Released!

Tales From Hot Mess Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 92:17


On todays episode, we OF COURSE start with the crazy hot mess banter that you've grown to love! As far as the case for today goes, we're bringing things a little closer to home. In 2017, Breezy and Riley were traveling from Eureka to Tooele, Utah when they turned up missing, only to be found in a mine shaft in the west desert of Utah. Listen as we take you through the timeline leading up to the 2022 conviction and sentencing of their killer.  We also take a look at the INSANE case of Adnan Syed. After a CRAZY amount of time spent in prison, he was released! Are you kidding?!? This case is the very definition of mistaken identity in a murder case. You won't want to miss this! 

Genesis Church - Sermons
The Gospel and Our Idols, Part 2

Genesis Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 59:35


Our idols die hard. In Ephesus, the preaching of Jesus and the birth of a church in that city led many to turn from idols and trust in Jesus. The Word of the Lord continued to increase and prevail mightily. But the people’s defection from the city idolatry had a significant economic impact on the silversmith trade as their primary income was from making idols. Idols die hard—in each of us individually and also in the context of the larger culture. We are always negotiating with God, trying to get Jesus to coexist with the idols of our hearts. But when we see this is not possible, we are left with a choice. The city of Ephesus was known for the temple to the goddess Artemis, which shaped the identity of the city. The preaching of the Gospel confronted this idolatry and led to a riot. While this riot ended in somewhat peaceful terms, the basic message was clear. Jesus and Artemis could not stand together, one of them would have to go. Our hearts are idol factories and the Gospel continues to confront our idols. So beware: our idols die hard.

Vedic Worldview
The Holy Tradition and The Role of Gurus in Modern Times

Vedic Worldview

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 41:54


Word of mouth is an unreliable means of communicating even at the best of times. And while the written word should theoretically be more accurate and more trustworthy than the spoken word, history has shown that that's not the case. Words can be so easily misunderstood and misinterpreted that they can't be relied upon to convey wisdom accurately over time.So what's the most reliable way to preserve ancient truths and keep them relevant to the times?In this episode Thom explores the limitations of the intellect and the role of consciousness in creating a ‘direct line' when it comes to accessing the wisdom needed for evolutionary progress to be made.He also explains the role of a Guru in ensuring that they develop successors with the consciousness and capability to adapt teachings to meet the need of the time, and from generation to generation, without diluting the purity of the original teaching.In short, it's an explanation that it's not what you know that's important, it's ‘how' you know.Jai Guru Deva. Episode Highlights[00:55] The Role of Tradition in Vedic Worldview[03:37] Irrelevant Reaction[06:04] Our Brain is Not Being Used to Its Full Potential[08:19] The Brain as a Machine[10:33] What is Our Brain Capable Of?[12:08] Brain Development[13:50] This is Veda[16:26] Eureka![18:49] Maintaining the Purity[20:51] The Vedic Worldview is Inexhaustible[22:48] Limitations of Newton's Theory[24:31] Quantum Mechanics Can Explain Things[26:38] Maharishi Gifted Me...[28:12] How Do You Get That?[30:00] Why Do We Exist?[31:28] The Dishwasher[33:13] The Gardener[34:44] The Colorless Sap[36:13] Refining My Capability[37:26] My Great Joy[39:01] The Meaning of Jai Guru Deva Useful Linksinfo@thomknoles.com  https://thomknoles.com/https://www.instagram.com/thethomknoleshttps://www.facebook.com/thethomknoleshttps://www.youtube.com/c/thomknoleshttps://thomknoles.com/ask-thom-anything/

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 312: Another Aspect

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 9:40


Daniel Brøndt, Anders Poulsen and Nicolaj Thomsen are the co-owners of this stylish Copenhagen menswear brand. Another Aspect's pieces are influenced by classic tailoring but delivered with a relaxed, minimalist aesthetic. The trio called in at Midori House to talk about the start of their brand's journey. They explain why enduring quality matters more than big logos and discuss their belief in the power of bricks-and-mortar retail to build great brands. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Humboldt Last Week
265. Weed turmoil, drag show clash, accused molesters, displaced, viral-video charges dropped, more

Humboldt Last Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 12:28


The elimination of ‘Measure S' county cannabis taxes for two years, an all-ages pride event in Eureka with a drag show prompted anti-LGBTQ discrimination, the reluctant addition of a 2024 ballot initiative that would nix any new cannabis farms and nix farms over 10,000 square feet, a now-former Eureka High basketball coach was accused of raping a teenage girl, a former basketball player for Cal Poly Humboldt's women's team accused the coach's husband of sexually assaulting her last season, around 30 residents at an RV park in Manila were given days to find new homes, Arcata City Council reelection hopeful Brett Watson was arrested again, Arcata voters will decide on flying an earth flag above the USA flag on November 8, charges were official dropped in a case stemming from a nationally viral incident following Arcata's 2017 Oyster Fest, PG&E continues to face criticism over local transmission limits especially in SoHum, the announcement of a new healthcare-education hub for CR and Cal Poly Humboldt, Grammy-winner Sara Bareilles left Twitter and posted about her hometown Eureka show on other social networks, event suggestions, and more. Humboldt Last Week is Humboldt County's news podcast brought to you in collaboration with Belle Starr Clothing, North Coast Co-op, Bongo Boy Studio, Photography by Shi, North Coast Journal, RHBB, and KJNY. Subscribe via Apple, Spotify, or wherever else you get podcasts. Humboldt Last Week (new/alt/indie) Radio (with no commercials) humboldtlastweek.com/radio Also available via RadioKing app. Contact: myles@humboldtlastweek.com humboldtlastweek.com

Feudal Future
A Newsom Nation: Is Gavin Next?

Feudal Future

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 41:06


On this episode of Feudal Future, hosts Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky are joined by author Dan Walters, and professor Lori Cox Han, to speak about the implications of a Gavin Newsom presidential run.Dan Walters has been a journalist for more than 60 years, spending all but a few of those years working for California newspapers. He began his professional career in 1960, at age 16, at the Humboldt Times in Eureka, while still attending high school, and turned down a National Merit scholarship to continue working as a journalist. At one point in his career, at age 22, he was the nation's youngest daily newspaper editor. The Hanford Sentinel was the first of three newspaper editor positions before joining the Sacramento Union's Capitol bureau in 1975, just as Jerry Brown began his governorship. Walters later became the Union's Capitol bureau chief, and in 1981 began writing the state's only daily newspaper column devoted to California political, economic and social events. In 1984, he and the column moved to The Sacramento Bee and in 2017 to CalMatters.org. Lori Cox Han is Professor of Political Science, Doy B. Henley Chair of American Presidential Studies and the Director of Presidential Studies Program. Her research and teaching expertise include the presidency, women and politics, media and politics, and political leadership.BRAND NEW:From Chapman's Center of Demographics & Policy, Joel Kotkin & Marshall Toplansky co-author the brand new report on restoring The California Dream.If you haven't downloaded the report, see it here: https://joelkotkin.com/report-restoring-the-california-dream/Visit Our Pagewww.TheFeudalFuturePodcast.comSupport Our WorkThe Center for Demographics and Policy focuses on research and analysis of global, national, and regional demographic trends and explores policies that might produce favorable demographic results over time. It involves Chapman students in demographic research under the supervision of the Center's senior staff.Students work with the Center's director and engage in research that will serve them well as they look to develop their careers in business, the social sciences, and the arts. Students also have access to our advisory board, which includes distinguished Chapman faculty and major demographic scholars from across the country and the world.For additional information, please contact Mahnaz Asghari, sponsored project analyst for the Office of Research, at (714) 744-7635 or asghari@chapman.edu.Follow us on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-feudal-future-podcast/Tweet thoughts: @joelkotkin, @mtoplansky, #FeudalFuture #BeyondFeudalismLearn more about Joel's book 'The Coming of Neo-Feudalism': https://amzn.to/3a1VV87Sign Up For News & Alerts: http://joelkotkin.com/#subscribeThis show is presented by the Chapman Center for Demographics and Policy, which focuses on research and analysis of global, national and regional demographic trends and explores policies that might produce favorable demographic results over time.

Exquisitely Aligned
The Art of Creating Beauty: Through Daydreaming

Exquisitely Aligned

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 19:55


This week in the Art of Creating Beauty Through Daydreaming, Gina shares 5 healthy benefits to letting your mind drift. Psychological Science reported that a wandering mind is associated with higher degrees of a working memory.  Eureka! This is GREAT news especially since we are living longer. I bet you know of someone suffering from […] The post The Art of Creating Beauty: Through Daydreaming appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

Eureka The Pentecostal Church
"Believe It Or Not" - Pastor Jonathan McDonald - 10/23/22

Eureka The Pentecostal Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 46:44


Eureka the Pentecostal Church - Sunday Morning Service 10/23/22"Believe It Or Not"Pastor Jonathan McDonald                                     Connect with us!Instagram: instagram.com/eurekachurchFacebook: Facebook.com/TheEurekaChurchYoutube: youtube.com/c/EurekaThePentecostalChurchWebsite: eureka.churchListen/Download this sermon on Spotify or Apple Podcast - Eureka the Pentecostal Church

Eureka The Pentecostal Church
"A House of Prayer for ALL People" - Pastor Jonathan McDonald 10/27/2022

Eureka The Pentecostal Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 58:53


Eureka the Pentecostal Church - Thursday Service 10/27/22"A House of Prayer for ALL People"Pastor Jonathan McDonald                                     Connect with us!Instagram: instagram.com/eurekachurchFacebook: Facebook.com/TheEurekaChurchYoutube: youtube.com/c/EurekaThePentecostalChurchWebsite: eureka.churchListen/Download this sermon on Spotify or Apple Podcast - Eureka the Pentecostal Church

Eureka The Pentecostal Church
"Into an Atmosphere of More" - Bro. Rema Duncan 10/30/2022

Eureka The Pentecostal Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 59:32


Eureka the Pentecostal Church - Sunday Night Service 10/30/22"Into an Atmosphere of More"Bro. Rema Duncan                                     Connect with us!Instagram: instagram.com/eurekachurchFacebook: Facebook.com/TheEurekaChurchYoutube: youtube.com/c/EurekaThePentecostalChurchWebsite: eureka.churchListen/Download this sermon on Spotify or Apple Podcast - Eureka the Pentecostal Church

Good Tidings Podcast
Sara Bareilles

Good Tidings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 19:14


Welcome to the Good Tidings Podcast with host Larry Harper, Founder of the Good Tidings Foundation. Larry interviews his new friend and Good Tidings partner, Grammy Winner Sara Bareilles. The interview takes place in Sara's hometown of Eureka, California at the opening of the new "Sara Studio" at the Boys and Girls Club of the Redwoods. They talk about how this unique partnership was born, all the good they hope to do in the future and Sara's amazing career.

Genesis Church - Sermons
Living the Christian Life Is a Team Sport

Genesis Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 40:10


As Paul nears the end of his third major missionary trip, it is time to head home. Instead of heading straight to Antioch, he plans to go to Jerusalem first. The story helps us see that Paul never travels alone. He has a crew of people who are serving with him, representing the churches he has visited, and doing the work of ministry together. During his travels, Paul has been collecting what has become a significant sum of money, given by individuals in the churches to support their suffering brothers and sisters in Jerusalem. The names mentioned are traveling with Paul to protect, provide accountability, and deliver these funds to Jerusalem. It is clear that there is no Lone Ranger mentality with Paul. In every situation there is a team of people doing ministry and mission together. This includes when Paul preaches on and on… and a teenager falls asleep and out of a window during the preaching.

Sacred Community Podcast
Laura Johnson, PhD: Eco Grief

Sacred Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 56:02


Sitaram Dass interviews Laura Johnson, PhD, for a discussion on ecological grief, the importance of “deep and slow” grief work, and whether or not Sitaram is allowed to fly. Show notes at bottom of the page. Laura Johnson, PhD, is the founder of A Restful Space, offering personalized restorative yoga and community rest & eco-grief circles in Humboldt County, as well as her premiere self-paced online course, Yoga for Ecological Grief. She is passionate about yoga in a holistic sense as a relational and embodied practice for personal and collective healing and has been invited to present at the 2022 Sedona Yoga Festival as well as the annual Post-Capitalist Conference and Vipassana meditation retreats. She is also a freelance writer with essays and poetry published in places like LionsRoar.com, Science and Nonduality (SAND), Tikkun, Resilience.org, Taproot Magazine, Empty Mirror, and Deep Times: A Journal of the Work that Reconnects. Laura is a 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher with advanced training by Samantha Akers of TheraYoga Method and certification in the Trauma Conscious Yoga Method (TCYM) and Yoga for Social Justice with Nityda Gessel of the Trauma-Conscious Yoga Institute. She is also a Geography and Environmental Studies lecturer at Cal Poly Humboldt, and she holds a doctorate in Geography with a specialization in Gender, Justice, and Environmental Change from Michigan State University, as well as an MA in International Studies and a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication. Laura lives on Wiyot land in Eureka, CA, with her husband and young daughter, dog and cat, chickens and goats, and many plants.   Links: www.arestfulspace.com  www.laurabjohnson.com IG: @arestfulspace Yoga for Ecological Grief online course: https://a-restful-space.teachable.com/p/yoga-for-ecological-grief   Show Notes: 00:00-8:43 Introduction by Sitaram Dass 8:43-17:20 Laura's initiation into ecological grief 17:20-24:00 The relational worldview, and the importance of grief 24:00-31:30 Why is eco-grief important? 31:30-34:30 is Sitaram allowed to fly? 34:30-49:30 What narrative is occurring? The power of imagination and how it shapes our actions 49:30-56:00 Laura's offerings   Teachers, Authors, and activists mentioned: Wendell Berry adrienne maree brown Pema Chödrön Heather Jo Flores  Tricia Hersey (Nap Ministry) Thomas Hübl Chris Jordan (Albatross) Raj Patel and Jason Moore Octavia Raheem Daniel Quin Francis Weller Rev. angel Kyodo williams   SCP Logo: Beverly Hsu Music: Carl Golembeski  

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 311: Hamilton & Hare

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 7:51


Founder Olivia Francis shares the origin story of the independent British menswear brand based around the corner from Monocle's London HQ. Frustrated at a lack of great quality, wearable men's basics, Francis decided to do something about it, despite lacking a fashion background. Eight years on, Hamilton & Hare boasts exciting collaborations with other British brands, sustainable manufacture in small-scale, specialist facilities in Portugal and an ever-growing offer of premium wardrobe staples.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sean L. Show
Big Mawma Energy (w. Eureka O'Hara)

Sean L. Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 48:50


The one and only Eureka O'Hara (from HBO's We're Here, Ru Pauls Drag Race Season 9 & 10 and All Stars Season 6) is chatting with me for the Season 5 premiere! Eureka talks about her sobriety journey and what nightlife is like for her now. Eureka tells me about her recent trip to Vietnam with “Influence the World,” the charity organization she co-founded. We also get the inside tea about her new single “Big Mawma,” filming We're Here, how Drag Race saved her during the pandemic, dating in a post covid world & more!!  To learn more about Eureka's charity Influence the World visit Instagram.com/Influencetheworld_org  Follow Eureka at Instagram.com/EurekaOhara  Follow me at Instagram.com/SeanLShow  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/seanlshow/support

Designer Cornbread Podcast
011 – EUREKA!

Designer Cornbread Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 70:52


This week we discuss our spooky moments at the Crescent Hotel. Holly gives her list of Halloween no-nos and Joni gives Saben the BIG FAT BOO!

Finding Genius Podcast
Discussing Beer Fermentation From A Scientific Perspective With Professor John Sheppard

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 36:52


Have you ever wondered what it takes to produce your favorite beer? Well, it turns out that it requires a fair amount of scientific research to create a decent brew. In this episode, we chat with John Sheppard about exactly what this looks like for both craft and major breweries alike…  John is a Professor in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences at NC State where he teaches in the Bioprocessing Science major with particular interests in upstream processes and validation. With his many years of experience as a research scientist in this subject, John has cultivated an in-depth understanding of the biological processes associated with beer fermentation. Join the conversation to uncover: John's past “Eureka moments” of research discovery.  How major brewing companies approach scientific research and refinement. The metrics and components that contribute to aroma and flavor in beer.  How consumers interact with breweries' products. Click here to learn more about John and his work! Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

KZYX News
Railbanking authorized; master plan introduced

KZYX News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 6:30


October 26, 2022 — The Surface Transportation Board, the federal entity that regulates railroads, issued another ruling on the Great Redwood Trail this week, deciding that the agency can convert 176 miles of line to a trail. The Great Redwood Trail Agency will be allowed to railbank the track, which means filling it in with aggregate or dirt so that the railroad ties serve as a frame for the trail. The track runs from Commercial Street in Willits, where the Skunk Train depot is, to just outside Eureka. Robert Pinoli, the President and CEO of Mendocino Railway, the Skunk Train's parent company, did not know what the Agency's plans regarding the depot are. Representatives for the Agency and the State Coastal Conservancy, which is now in charge of the trail, have not addressed our question about the depot. Last week, the Surface Transportation Board rejected Mendocino Railway's bid to purchase thirteen miles of track from the depot to Longvale. A few hours after the Surface Transportation Board's Monday- afternoon approval to railbank the line, Senator Mike McGuire held a virtual Town Hall to unveil the first step of the trail's “master plan,” a process he expects will take two to three years before building the trail can begin. Karyn Gear, of the State Coastal Conservancy, is the Executive Director of the Great Redwood Trail Agency. The Conservancy has been involved in conservation projects on the shoreline as well as inland rivers bearing anadromous fish. Gear spoke about her organization's role in the planning process. “The Conservancy was asked by Senator McGuire and the Legislature to take a leadership role in doing the master planning for this project, and also to help be the interim staff for the Great Redwood Trail Agency,” she began. “The Legislature appropriated ten million dollars to the Conservancy to do just that, to help move this project forward. So the first thing we did, after we started looking for additional staff with expertise to work on this, was to start to develop a request for proposals to look for consulting firms to help with the master planning process.” The Conservancy settled on Alta Planning and Design, which has offices all over the state. McGuire insisted that there is plenty of money for the project, announcing that, “We have the funding sources for all of the trail master plan, and we have money in the bank for construction. We were able to secure ten and a half million dollars in state funds to pay for the staffing and master plan of the Great Redwood Trail. This is going to take us through the next several years of hard work and planning the trail. And a half billion dollars, five hundred million dollars, has been secured for the State Coastal Conservancy for projects that will help us fight our climate crisis and build trails of statewide significance. That includes the Great Redwood Trail.” McGuire and members of the Trail Agency hope that private landowners alongside the trail will take advantage of opportunities to offer hospitality services and amenities to trail users. Wild camping will not be allowed, but the senator enthused about one site that he said has already committed to providing a campground. “Eventually, what you're going to see are authorized camping spots throughout the trail,” he said. “In fact, just last year…the state, along with the Wildland Conservation Board, just purchased the old Lone Pine Ranch,” a remote forested property on the eastern bank of the Eel River, on the border of Mendocino and Trinity counties. It was formerly owned by Dean Witter, who bought it in the 1940's. It stayed in his family until his heirs decided to sell it to conservation groups. The Conservation Fund's website says that, “For many years, our partners at The Wildlands Conservancy owned a 3,000-acre portion of the Lone Pine Ranch. But in 2019, they sought our help to protect the remaining 26,000 acres…The support for this project has been tremendous with the help of Governor Newsom, Secretary of Natural Resources Crowfoot, the Center for Biological Diversity, California Wildlife Conservation Board, and the California State Coastal Conservancy.” McGuire described the property as “some of the most spectacular land that you've ever seen. It's 30,000 acres. It will have 12 miles of riverfront trail. That's going to be our first authorized campground. You're going to have restrooms there, be able to stock up on provisions and water. This is a game changer for the trail.” Deven Young, with Alta Planning and Design, which is preparing the master plan, said that the design could include enhanced access for CalFire vehicles, though McGuire pointed out that trail users are not among the main culprits, when it comes to human-caused fires. And McGuire referred to a ranger service that he hopes to deploy along the trail to pick up trash and assist travelers. Young spoke about ideas to create solar-powered hotspots that would enable hikers to call in emergency responders if someone gets hurt. “A lot of it comes down to wayfinding in and around the corridor itself,” he said. “It's remote. So demarcating and outlining and creating points along the corridor is really critical. As part of that wayfinding, we've actually found remote, really rugged trails have a lot of success using things like bluetooth beacons” with tiny solar panels along the trail, which allow hikers to have cell phone access and call for help. Timelines and exact figures are not available yet. And it will take a separate ruling from the Surface Transportation Board to allow railbanking south of Willits to Ukiah, and on to Cloverdale. Carol Hart, Chairwoman of the Great Redwood Trail Agency, is pushing to make it happen within a lifetime. “And I really hope, for our eighty-year-old plus people who have tuned in, that they are going to get out on this trail,” she enthused. “They are going to get to see the phenomenal Eel River Canyon, and the Founders Trail, and enjoy what this trail will have to offer.”

Genesis Church - Sermons
The Gospel and Our Idols, Part 1

Genesis Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 51:43


Paul’s third missionary journey brings him back to Ephesus, where he preaches Jesus to a group of John the Baptist’s disciples who have not yet heard of the Holy Spirit. Paul then reasons about Jesus in the synagogue and a lecture hall. The story takes a bizarre turn though, when some itinerant Jewish exorcists (that sounds fun) show up seeking to do miracles like Paul in the name of Jesus. Their story ends with a demon possessed man beating these charlatans up, then sending them out naked and ashamed in the streets. Front and center in the story is the reality that magical spirituality and idolatry is a real problem in Ephesus. Idols are anything that challenges Jesus for supremacy in our lives and gives a sense of identity outside of the Gospel. The Sons of Sceva had a religious idolatry rooted in their desire to control the spiritual world for fame. Others sought the fulfillment of all their hopes and dreams through magic arts. Yet, the preaching of the Gospel confronts these and all idols and calls us to identify them, kill them, and lay them at the feet of Jesus, which is exactly what happens for a myriad of people in Ephesus at an incredibly great cost. This morning we will take a look at the Gospel and our idols.

KZYX News
Skunk Train's bid to purchase line rejected

KZYX News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 6:30


October 21, 2022 — The Great Redwood Trail overcame a major hurdle late yesterday afternoon, when a federal regulator turned down the Skunk Train's offer to buy 13 miles of track north of Willits. The Great Redwood Trail Agency, which owns the track, had asked the Surface Transportation Board, which regulates railroads, to allow it to abandon the track so it could start the process of converting it into a trail. The Board approved the abandonment, effective on June 19, unless it received a formal notice from an entity intending to buy part or all of the line. The Skunk Train, also known as Mendocino Railway, did so. Last Saturday,it filed its bid, known as an Offer of Financial Assistance, which the Board rejected within the five-day legal timeframe. The Board also lifted the hold on its authorization to abandon the line, which means that as of Tuesday, October 25, the entire 176 miles of track from Willits to just outside Eureka is officially an abandoned railway. There is no appeals process, and the Board will take up further issues around converting the railway into a trail in the next few days. The Great Redwood Trail Agency is working closely with Senator Mike McGuire, the California Coastal Commission, and environmental groups including Friends of the Eel River, to build a 320-mile trail alongside or on top of the railroad line from Marin to the Humboldt Bay. The Agency also holds the deed to the Willits yard, or depot on Commercial Street, which is a critical part of the Skunk Train's infrastructure. Last month, Robert Pinoli, the President and CEO of Mendocino Railway, told a judge he feared that if the line were abandoned, his company would no longer be able to use the yard. Pinoli was the only witness in a three-and-a-half day eminent domain trial, where Mendocino Railway is suing a landowner just outside of Willits, claiming that short lines like the Skunk Train are a vital element of the nation's infrastructure. As such, Pinoli argued, the Skunk should be authorized to take the property because its use of it would serve the most public benefit. The eminent domain trial seemed to conclude about a week before the Great Redwood Trail Agency signed the deed to the Willits yard, but it's since been reopened. It will start up again on November third. The process of converting the railway into a trail appeared to be threatened over the summer, when an anonymous “Coal Train” interest based in Wyoming declared its intent to purchase all 176 miles of the track and use it to carry coal from the midwest and ship it overseas from the port in Humboldt Bay. That plan was scuttled when badly redacted bank statements showed that the company was flat broke. The Skunk Train's challenge remained, though. On Saturday, it made good on its stated intent to buy the track from Willits to Longvale. In a 271-page Offer of Financial Assistance, the company argued that the Great Redwood Trail Agency had grossly overestimated the maintenance and rehabilitation costs of the line; that the Skunk Train had a potential client for its freight shipping services; and that it has the financial wherewithal to purchase the track for about five and a half million dollars. The company estimated that rebuilding the track would cost an additional seven to nine million dollars. The Great Redwood Trail Agency's attorney, Charles Montange, argued that “In order to show financial responsibility, MR (Mendocino Railway) must show available assets sufficient to cover purchase price and rehabilitation and other costs of sustaining the initial two years of operation.” The Agency calculated that the purchase price, rehabilitation costs, and the two years operation and maintenance would come out to a little over $39 million. The entire northern portion of the line is so unsafe that in 1998, the Federal Railroad Administration embargoed it, meaning that it is illegal to use the line. And a tunnel on the Mendocino Railway line between Willits and Fort Bragg has collapsed multiple times. There is no connection between the Mendocino Railway short line and the national rail network. Pinoli testified last month that to his knowledge, the last time Mendocino Railway interchanged a freight train with another train was the day before Thanksgiving of 1998. He did not know the last time a freight train left Mendocino County. Mendocino Railway did not include its assets or the name of its potential shipping client in the public filing of its Offer of Financial Assistance. The Surface Transportation Board did have access to that information, and it found that the Railway “failed to demonstrate…that it has, or within a reasonable amount of time will have, the funds necessary to not only acquire the 13-mile rail segment, but to rehabilitate, maintain, and operate it as well.” The Great Redwood Trail Agency hired Marie Jones, a Fort Bragg consultant, to conduct a market analysis of Mendocino Railway from Longvale to Willits. She wrote that, “As an abandoned community, (Longvale) will not provide a market for the rail-based transport of any finished goods, manufactured goods, or commuting traffic, and on its face, is not a tourist destination for excursion train use. Aggregates, gravel and sand are the only realistic potential freight from this area.” She calculated that permitted operations in the area allow for a maximum of 79,100 tons of gravel extraction per year. With competitive transportation costs in the Willits market, she concluded, “There is no space within the market for non-competitive transportation pricing.” Jones is dubious that any potential shipper would pay the higher rates she believes Mendocino Railway would have to charge to be profitable, especially since trucking is so much cheaper. According to Jones, for the train to compete with trucks, it should charge $211 per railcar. But Jones concluded that “the total capitalized cost for acquisition, construction, and operating costs for the Longvale to Willits rail line would be $3,767/railcar, which is an order of magnitude higher than the average trucking cost of $211 for 80 tons of aggregate delivery.” Montange summed up Jones' findings: “The only shipper that could possibly be served on the Longvale to Willits segment is Wylatti dba Geo Aggregates, which has previously been identified by MR (Mendocino Railway) as the only shipper in the Longvale vicinity, and which is also present in Fort Bragg. GRTA (the Great Redwood Trail Agency) retained Marie Jones to examine rail need and feasibility for all the shippers identified by MR, and the transportation market generally from Longvale to Fort Bragg. Suffice it to say that Ms. Jones shows in her resulting report (attached to Jones Verified Statement, exhibit 4) not only that Wylatti is being served by trucks but also that that trucks are cheaper than rail to satisfy all current or expected transportation needs. If trucks are cheaper, then freight rail is not feasible or needed.” The Board agreed that Mendocino Railway “has not demonstrated financial responsibility.” Meanwhile, the Great Redwood Trail Agency has released its “Feasibility, Governance, and Railbanking Report,” which McGuire refers to as the “Master Plan.” He anticipates it will take two to three years to get through the details of construction, fire safety, and community engagement before trail building begins. There will be a virtual town hall about the master plan on Monday night at 6:30 p.m.

Eureka The Pentecostal Church
"The Religion of Hetty Green" - Pastor Jonathan McDonald 10/16/2022

Eureka The Pentecostal Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 46:51


Eureka the Pentecostal Church- Sunday Morning Service 10/16/22"The Religion of Hetty Green"Pastor Jonathan McDonald                                     Connect with us!Instagram: instagram.com/eurekachurchFacebook: Facebook.com/TheEurekaChurchYoutube: youtube.com/c/EurekaThePentecostalChurchWebsite: eureka.churchListen/Download this sermon on Spotify or Apple Podcast - Eureka the Pentecostal Church

Eureka The Pentecostal Church
"God's Examples" - Pastor Jonathan McDonald 10/20/2022

Eureka The Pentecostal Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 62:32


Eureka the Pentecostal Church - Thursday Evening Service 10/20/22'God's Examples'Pastor Jonathan McDonald                              Connect with us!Instagram: instagram.com/eurekachurchFacebook: Facebook.com/TheEurekaChurchYoutube: youtube.com/c/EurekaThePentecostalChurchWebsite: eureka.churchListen/Download this sermon on Spotify or Apple Podcast - Eureka the Pentecostal Church

Humboldt Last Week
264. $0 for ex murder suspect, official restrained, murderer's mom jailed, MyPillow fuss, more

Humboldt Last Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 15:15


Former murder suspect Kyle Zoellner is not getting over $750K for malicious prosecution after a judge overruled a jury, Arcata City Council Member Brett Watson will debate a temporary restraining order from city officials before the Nov. 8 election, the mom of a triple-murderer is going to jail for trying to help her son evade police, the ongoing pilot shortage will probably delay the start of our direct flights to Seattle and Portland, political controversy continues at Tres Chiles Picosos in Eureka after their photo op with the MyPillow guy, the popular true crime podcast Buried Bones covered a Humboldt County man wrongly convicted of a 1925 double murder, yet another local high schooler went to juvie after threatening a school shooting on social media, a trial is underway with allegations a hitman was hired by a gang before a shooting last year at a house in McKinleyville, Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Keidis chatted with Joe Rogan about their Hoopa show, newly-released video shows an ex-local officer firing at suspects through his windshield in Eureka earlier this year, October 16 in Eureka is deemed Sara Bareilles Day after her free show for thousands, event suggestions, and more. Humboldt Last Week is Humboldt County's news podcast brought to you in collaboration with STIL, Primal Decor, Belle Starr Clothing, North Coast Co-op, Bongo Boy Studio, Photography by Shi, North Coast Journal, RHBB, and KJNY. Subscribe via Apple, Spotify, or wherever else you get podcasts. Also, check out Humboldt Last Week (new/alt/indie) Radio with no commercials at humboldtlastweek.com/radio -- the station is also available via RadioKing app Contact: myles@humboldtlastweek.com humboldtlastweek.com

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 310: Dr Ewan Kirk

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 11:31


The technology entrepreneur is perhaps best known for founding science-driven investment management firm Cantab Capital Partners. Kirk was previously a partner and head of the quantitative strategies group at Goldman Sachs, where he led a 120-strong European team of mathematicians, scientists and statisticians. He tells us why he advocates for commercialising and leveraging technology and science research in business, philanthropy and academia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 310: Dr Ewan Kirk

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 11:31


The technology entrepreneur is perhaps best known for founding science-driven investment management firm Cantab Capital Partners. Kirk was previously a partner and head of the quantitative strategies group at Goldman Sachs, where he led a 120-strong European team of mathematicians, scientists and statisticians. He tells us why he advocates for commercialising and leveraging technology and science research in business, philanthropy and academia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The President's Daily Brief
October 20th, 2022. Listener Questions: War with China? Why Don't We Just Assassinate Putin?

The President's Daily Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 24:43 Very Popular


It's October 20th. You're listening to the President's Daily Brief. Your morning intel starts now. ------ Today we are going to do something special. It's a podcast of only your questions. And we're covering events from around the world.  First, Wayne from Eureka, Missouri asks - What's the timeline for a war with China? Because I have a son, and he could be drafted. Second, Nick from Georgia asks - Why can't we just kill Vladimir Putin and be done with this war in Ukraine?  Third, a whole bunch of you want to know - Who really blew up the Nord Stream Pipeline, and why'd they do it? Finally, James in Spokane, Washington asks - Why don't we just label Mexican cartels as terrorists and drone strike them all? ------ Please remember to subscribe if you enjoyed this episode of the President's Daily Brief. Email: PDB@TheFirstTV.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Passionate Runner
024 Niraj Vora & Ryan Hill - Coming Back from Injuries, Covid-19, & the Role of Sympathetic & Parasympathetic Nervous Systems in Running

The Passionate Runner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 48:47


Episode SummaryNiraj Vora & Ryan Hill are the Founders of The Stride Shop, a physical therapy clinic that helps runners dealing with injuries get back to training and racing strong. Having worked in various physical therapy clinics, Nirah and Ryan know that runners deserve personalized care and are here to provide that care and to help runners reach their goals. Today, Whitney engages in a rich discussion with Niraj and Ryan on the inspiration behind launching The Stride Shop, knowing the difference between a ‘niggle' and a major injury, and injury PTSD. They discuss the role that the mind and the nervous system play in injury, as well as Covid and tips for returning to running post-Covid. Episode SponsorRunner Click Pro – https://pro.runnerclick.com/ (https://pro.runnerclick.com/) Key Takeaways01:13 – Whitney Heins introduces today's guests, founders of the Physical Therapy The Stride Shop Niraj Vora & Ryan Hill, who joins the show to share their athletic backgrounds and 09:51 – What inspired Niraj and Ryan to launch The Stride Shop 12:30 – ‘Eureka' moments 16:07 – Understanding the difference between a ‘niggle' and a major injury 19:12 – When a runner should consider seeing a physical therapist (PT) and the science behind neuropain 24:35 – The roles of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems 28:35 – Injury PTSD 31:40 – Returning to running after Covid, including advice and best practices 44:52 – What's next for Niraj & Ryan 47:49 – Whitney thanks Niraj & Ryan for taking the time to join the show and lets listeners know where they can learn more about The Stride Shop Tweetable Quotes“I think that we both have a passion for treating this population. And there's also just a lack of proper care for this population. I think, generally speaking, if a runner goes to see somebody they aren't really talking to somebody who knows what it's like to go run an eighteen mile run on a Sunday morning.” (10:03) (Niraj) “If you're able to train without making the situation worse, there may be a fairly straightforward solution that can keep you training and address whats going on. But if you wait four or five months and have carried that pain and that injury for that long, it becomes a little bit harder a lot of times to treat that. So, I would say sooner is better. I know that goes against a lot of human nature, especially runners who just want to keep going.” (19:38) (Niraj) “I do a lot of deep breathing exercises as a preparatory for exercising or running for my patients just to tap into that rest and rejuvenation recovery system. So, the more that we can send that signal - activate an area, send a signal to the brain that this is a non threat, start to carve that pathway - the better.” (23:28) (Ryan) “The more than we can tap into the parasympathetic system when it comes to chronic injuries, the better that recovery is going to be.” (24:59) (Ryan) “I will say that this probably is one of the most important situations to proceed slowly. When it comes to pain and nervous system, I always tell people that basically you have a cup, and that cup is how much stress that your body can take. And so, it doesn't mean that it's only physical stress. When you have Covid or an illness, there are mental stressors that go along with it.” (35:19) (Niraj) “I think sometimes healthcare professions - ourselves included - maybe miss the mark when we talk about aqua jogging or cycling as the best forms of cross-training for runners. I'm not on that train anymore.” (43:53) Resources MentionedWhitney's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/whitney-heins-02ba3b5 (https://www.linkedin.com/in/whitney-heins-02ba3b5) The Mother Runners Club – https://www.themotherrunners.com/ (https://www.themotherrunners.com/) Ryan's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-hill-pt-dpt-ocs-09565476/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-hill-pt-dpt-ocs-09565476/) The Stride Shop –...

The Kinda Nerdy Girls Podcast
ED QUINN from Tyler Perry's The Oval and Eureka Calls KJ!

The Kinda Nerdy Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 12:19


ED QUINN from Tyler Perry's The Oval and Eureka Calls KJ! We talk his new music, why we miss the guitar solo and of course, what to expect as the new season of Tyler Perry's The Oval is back! Check out Ed's new single here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDPZ45s3VAA Ed Quinn just wrapped production on a music video for the new sludgy rock-punk single with director Chris Probst who has garnered over 40 billion views working with talent like Taylor Swift, Eminem, and 50 Cent to name a few. The track's brooding power ballads compliment Ed's lyricism ironicizing the Hollywood façade he's come so accustomed to. ‘Freak Show Cold' will not be Quinn's first delve into music as, before his acting career took off, Quinn studied with Joe Satriani and played in Los Angeles-based bands Mad Theory and Scattergood, which led to a recording contract in his early career. Since then, the guitarist and vocalist has continued to develop his passion for music and is excited to have the opportunity to re-enter the space with his all-new music video and album. Thank you Ed for the positive vibes you brought to the KJ TODAY Show!

Genesis Church - Sermons
Why Doctrine Matters in Our Mission

Genesis Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 56:15


Every once in a while I will hear someone complaining about “doctrine” in the church, proclaiming that doctrine divides while Jesus unites, or that doctrine is cold and dead. Do doctrine and theology matter? Our story this week reveals Paul making a quick trip through the important city of Ephesus on his way back to Antioch. He preaches Jesus and there is a new church, yet he doesn’t stay long. Paul’s old friends from Corinth, Priscilla and Aquila, remain in Ephesus and come into contact with a gifted young preacher named Apollos. The dude can wax eloquent and knows much of the Bible. Yet, there were some areas of the Gospel that he was unaware of and needed more training and discipleship for his ministry. Priscilla and Aquila pour into the life and doctrine of this young preacher. We are reminded here that passion and gifts are not enough—that doctrine really does matter. Gifted preachers can preach an erroneous or incomplete Jesus, which can lead to churches embracing false gospels. Charles Spurgeon is attributed as saying, “A mist in the pulpit will lead to a fog in the pew.” The story of Apollos reminds us that theological formation matters in our spiritual growth and that authentic discipleship will shape the things we believe.

Gateway Sports Venue: Football Show
WEEK 8 REVIEW: Lafayette with the Comeback for the Ages | CRCP beats tough Hillsboro | Eureka, Seckman, Parkway Central, Pattonville Win

Gateway Sports Venue: Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 76:16


Wealth Science
EP. 46 How to be a Go Giver with Bob Burg

Wealth Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 24:27


To grow a business, you need to be able to effectively communicate your value. This week's guest is the pioneer who developed a powerful business idea that addresses this very issue. Bob Burg is the author of “The Go-Giver” and has over 30 years experience helping companies and sales leaders shift their mindset from “getting to giving”. In this episode, we cover Bob's path and how it led him to his eureka moment and best selling book, “The Go Giver”. You'll be introduced to the concept the book covers, what it takes to switch to “the giving mindset” and how it can positively impact your business or sales. Episode Outline: (1:51) - Episode beginning and guest introduction (3:07) - Background on Bob and his book (6:07) - Was there a Eureka moment for your book? (10:07) - Bob's message to people that doubt the giving strategy, or don't see results immediately (15:25) - The concept of 100% or 0% (18:05) - Are there one or two success stories that you remember? (21:31) - Jesse's own personal experience with giving (23:02) - Episode wrap-up, how you can get into contact with Bob Connect with host Jesse Futia: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jesse-futia-ba54b9147/ (LinkedIn) | Jesse Futia https://www.facebook.com/jesse.futia (Facebook) | jesse.futia https://twitter.com/jessefutia (Twitter) | @FutiaJesse Email: jesse@execequityinvesting.com Connect with guest Bob Burg: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobburg/ (LinkedIn) | https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobburg/ https://burg.com/ (Website) | burg.com Don't forget to connect with Wealth Science on https://www.linkedin.com/company/wealth-science-podcast/ (LinkedIn) Find out more about passive real estate investing by clicking http://www.execequityinvesting.com/ (here!) Interested in learning more about real estate investing? https://calendly.com/jessefutia/intro (Schedule a call )with Jesse! Want to get all the updates on the Wealth Science podcast? Click https://mailchi.mp/850d43b355bc/wealth-science (here) to join our newsletter! DISCLAIMER: On this platform, I share my thoughts, opinions, and own journey to financial freedom. I am not a CPA, attorney, or financial advisor. The content on this platform shall not be construed as tax or financial advice. It is your duty to verify all information yourself. I hope you enjoy all the free content as we continue to bring on amazing guests

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 309: Rezon

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 10:33


Judith McMinn is the founder of Rezon, developers of the Halo protective headband designed specifically to reduce rotational forces transmitted to the brain in impacts in sport. It is this rotation of the brain inside the skull, rather than linear impacts per se, that results in harmful inflammation which can damage the brain. So how did a former director of operations for the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change come to identify and fill this gap in the market? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Eureka The Pentecostal Church
"The Gardener" - Pastor Jonathan McDonald 10/13/2022

Eureka The Pentecostal Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 53:09


Eureka the Pentecostal Church - Thursday Service 10/13/22"The Gardener" Pastor Jonathan McDonald                                     Connect with us!Instagram: instagram.com/eurekachurchFacebook: Eureka The Pentecostal ChurchYoutube: youtube.com/c/EurekaThePentecostalChurchWebsite: eureka.churchListen/Download this sermon on Spotify or Apple Podcast - Eureka the Pentecostal Church

Humboldt Last Week
263. Sara Bareilles' home, RHCP in Hoopa, $700K for ex murder suspect, Guy Fieri's psychic, housing

Humboldt Last Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 11:38


Sara Bareilles is all set for a homecoming show at Eureka's Halvorsen Park, the Red Hot Chili Peppers surprised the Hoopa community with a free show for around a thousand people, a jury decided the City of Arcata should award former murder suspect Kyle Zoellner at least $700,000, Ferndale export Guy Fieri saw a psychic who prompted a deeper connection with his late sister, a closer look at homeless and affordable housing projects in Humboldt County, Humboldt Cider Company won three gold medals at an international event, a new juice bar in Old Town Eureka, event suggestions, and more. Humboldt Last Week is Humboldt County's news podcast brought to you in collaboration with STIL, Primal Decor, Belle Starr Clothing, North Coast Co-op, Bongo Boy Studio, Photography by Shi, North Coast Journal, RHBB, and KJNY. Subscribe via Apple, Spotify, or wherever else you get podcasts. Humboldt Last Week (new/alt/indie) Radio With no commercials: humboldtlastweek.com/radio Also available via RadioKing app. Contact: myles@humboldtlastweek.com humboldtlastweek.com

Gateway Sports Venue: Football Show
WEEK 7 REVIEW: Lafayette Stuns Eureka | Seckman & Edwardsville Win in Overtime | Howell and St. Mary's get Decisive Wins

Gateway Sports Venue: Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 60:56


The Chills at Will Podcast
Episode 145 with Vanessa A. Bee, Reflective, Creative, and Multitalented Writer of Home Bound: An Uprooted Daughter's Reflections on Belonging

The Chills at Will Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 82:46


Episode 145 Notes and Links to Vanessa Bee's Work       On Episode 145 of The Chills at Will Podcast, Pete welcomes Vanessa Bee, and the two discuss, among other topics, Vanessa's adoption, her hunger for books and ideas of representation (or lack thereof) in her literary world, family dynamics and different forms of love, her various experiences living in three countries and two continents, the exquisite crafting and structuring of her book to center “home” in myriad ways, her multilingualism and its effects on her writing, evangelicalism and her coming-of-age in a changing and sometimes-chaotic world.        Vanessa A. Bee is a consumer protection lawyer and essayist. Born in Cameroon, she grew up in France, England, and the United States. Vanessa holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Nevada and a law degree from Harvard. Vanessa Bee's Website   Buy Homebound   Book Excerpt: “You Have to Suffer” from Guernica, 2020         At about 7:10, Vanessa discusses the excitement and hubbub surrounding the release of her book on October 11, including tour stops   At about 9:55, Pete asks Vanessa about her history with languages and her relationship with the written word in her childhood   At about 14:10, the two discuss ideas of the reimagination of gendered words in French    At about 15:00, Vanessa outlines formative and important reading from her childhood    At about 17:30, Vanessa discusses ideas of representation (or lack thereof) in her childhood reading, and the all-too-rare occasions in which she found that representation, including the power Americanah by Adichie   At about 22:00, Vanessa details her college and postgraduate reading, both for business (law school!) and pleasure, and Pete follows up by asking about contemporary reading    At about 25:50, Pete wonders about “seeds” for Vanessa's book and she responds to Pete's question about “ ‘Eureka' moments”    At about 30:45, Pete favorably compares Vanessa's book to Jean Guerrero's Crux and Nadia Owusu's    At about 31:25, Vanessa explains meanings for her book's title   At about 32:40, The two detail the book's structure and its use of definitions of “home” as well as the book's first chapter and connections to “home”; Vanessa gives an idea of her mindset during the book's opening scenes   At about 34:30, Vanessa explains the significance of empathy and sympathy in her book and their connections to a Page Six quote from Ishiguro   At about 37:00, Vanessa discusses the meaning of her names and gives background on her adoption    At about 42:35, Pete compliments Vanessa for her multidimensional portrayals of her fathers, adopted and biological    At about 43:25, Vanessa details her childhood homes and moves and Pete notes her multifaceted coverage of the neighborhood in rational ways and more visceral ones    At about 45:20, Vanessa remarks that her two years at Internat in France were some of her “favorite childhood years” and explains why   At about 46:25, Vanessa gives background on her family's move to Reno   At about 47:50, Pete wonders how much of joining churches, especially in London and Reno, was based on ideas of home and community and/or faith   At about 49:40, Pete highlights Lucky Lane in Reno, and Vanessa explains its significance     At about 52:35, The two discuss a fateful phone call with Vanessa's biological father, and she addresses the immediate and long-term effects of her father's death   At about 56:15, The two discuss Harvest Fellowship and its importance in her life, including her boyfriend and future husband and his treatment in the book, and the pivotal 2008 election    At about 1:00:00, Vanessa details a lack of communication between father and daughter    At about 1:01:00, Vanessa responds to Pete's questions about exposure to a liberal group of friends at Harvard   At about 1:03:00, The two discuss a “growing apart” of husband and wife    At about 1:05:30, Pete cites a profound excerpt that sums up her time in evangelical circles   At about 1:06:10, Vanessa explicates the importance of her first condo that she owned and talks about the “complex topic” of gentrification    At about 1:09:40, the two discuss different meanings of “home” as laid out in chapters in the book-home in the body, etc.-including ideas of colorism, racism, and the importance of Alek Wek in Vanessa's life and so many others' lives   At about 1:13:40, the two discuss “home as a safe space” and stories of sexual harassment and abuse, and Pete asks about catharsis for Vanessa   At about 1:18:20, Vanessa gives out social media info and thanks publisher Astra House      You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode.  This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form. The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com. The Chills at Will Podcast is joining Patreon in October! Pete will be spreading the word-sharing links and discussing the perks that come with Patreon membership during next week's episode with Gustavo Barahona-Lopez. Keep your ears and eyes out as we unveil Chills at Will merch like refrigerator magnets and t shirts and unlock bonus episodes.  Please tune in for Episode 146 with Jonathan Escoffery, the author of the linked story collection, If I Survive You, a National Book Award Nominee, a New York Times Editor's Choice, and an Indie National Bestseller. If I Survive You has been named a ‘best' or ‘most anticipated' book by Entertainment Weekly, Oprah Daily, and elsewhere. The episode will air on October 18.  

Teaching Your Brain to Knit
Ep. 141. Book Review of Behave; Knitting Pumpkins, Dishcloths and Shawls; Redwoods Skywalk

Teaching Your Brain to Knit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 34:37


Brainy Thing: 15:45. Behind the Redwood Curtain. 25:45   What We're Learning from Our Knitting Margaret fulfills her multi-year goal of knitting some decorative mini-pumpkins, using Susan B. Anderson's Fall Harvest Charm Set https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/fall-harvest-charm-set. Catherine completed her dishcloths for her Dishcloth exchange. She used the classic Ballband Dishcloth by Kay Gariner and Ann Shayne. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/ballband-dishcloth And despite her efforts to resist, Catherine is starting the Westknits MKAL 2022: Twists & Turns shawl.   Brainy Thing: The book Behave: The biology of Humans at our Best and Worst by Robert Sapolsky is five years old now but is chock full of information about human behavior and told is Sapolsky's witty style. Margaret reviews it.   Behind the Redwood Curtain: Catherine tells of her visit to the new Redwood Skywalk in Eureka's Sequoia Park, suspended 100 feet above the ground. https://www.redwoodskywalk.com/   Welcome to Episode 141 of Teaching Your Brain to Knit where we review highlights from the book Behave by Robert Saplosky, discuss learning from knitting pumpkins, dishcloths and a mystery shawl, and report on the new Skywalk among the Redwoods at Eureka's Sequoia Park.    

The Little Things
Special Guest – Holly Hoffman

The Little Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 29:51


We had a great conversation with Holly! She is originally from Eureka, SD and went on to compete on the 21st season of Survivor. The experience challenged Holly and stretched her limits. She ended up making the Final Four and was the final woman left standing. Holly is now a motivational speaker and author of … Continue reading Special Guest – Holly Hoffman →

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 307: Jack Wolfskin

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 8:40


Richard Collier joined the leading provider of premium German-engineered outdoor apparel, footwear and equipment as CEO in 2020, with the small matter of a global pandemic to navigate. Alongside that, he had a more personal challenge to meet: to take the brand back to its roots. Jack Wolfskin was founded by a group of friends around a remote Canadian campfire in 1981 and, as Richard explains, that's the origin story and the ‘eureka moment' that he wanted to put back at the heart of the brand experience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 307: Jack Wolfskin

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 8:40


Richard Collier joined the leading provider of premium German-engineered outdoor apparel, footwear and equipment as CEO in 2020, with the small matter of a global pandemic to navigate. Alongside that, he had a more personal challenge to meet: to take the brand back to its roots. Jack Wolfskin was founded by a group of friends around a remote Canadian campfire in 1981 and, as Richard explains, that's the origin story and the ‘eureka moment' that he wanted to put back at the heart of the brand experience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Anchor Church: Zanesville
The Anchor Church 80th Anniversary Celebration

The Anchor Church: Zanesville

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 113:53


Friday Night Service Special Guest Speaker Jonathan McDonald Pastor of the Eureka Pentecostal Church, Eureka, CA September 23, 2022 The Anchor Church of Zanesville, Ohio. God's House Pledge Card: http://bit.ly/2w8cCiH God's House Offering: https://theanchor.churchcenter.com/giving

The Anchor Church: Zanesville
He Saw You First - Jonathan McDonald

The Anchor Church: Zanesville

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 94:20


Sunday Morning Service The Anchor Church 80th Anniversary Celebration Special Guest Speaker Jonathan McDonald Pastor of the Eureka Pentecostal Church, Eureka, CA September 25, 2022 The Anchor Church of Zanesville, Ohio. God's House Pledge Card: http://bit.ly/2w8cCiH God's House Offering: https://theanchor.churchcenter.com/giving

Gateway Sports Venue: Football Show
WEEK 6 REVIEW | Troy Wins Big over Timberland | Parkway North Huge Comeback | Eureka, Lafayette, Lindbergh, Marquette Win | Vashon beats FZN

Gateway Sports Venue: Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 69:28


We start splitting our podcasts into two parts. John and Roman discuss what went down in Week 6. Troy recovers from their second loss of the season and easily defeats Timberland. The Suburban schools had an entertaining weekend. Marquette outlasted Kirkwood which turned out to be another heartbreaking loss for the Pioneers. Lafayette had a stunning 39-point win over Ladue on their home coming, which involved a coaching ejection. Lindbergh got a much needed victory over Ritenour in a key Suburban Red Conference game while Eureka took down Pattonville to remain undefeated. Despite no Quaran Williams again, Parkway North came back from 21 points down in the second half to beat Parkway West. Back in St. Charles County, Vashon defeated Fort Zumwalt North in a shootout handing the Panthers their first ever loss to a PHL school. All of that and more is discussed!

The Atlas Obscura Podcast
Endangered Wolf Center

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 15:09 Very Popular


The Endangered Wolf Center in Eureka, Missouri was founded by zoologist and wildlife TV host Marlin Perkins and was home to an extraordinary wolf who gives us hope for the future of wolf survival. 

Jensen and Holes: The Murder Squad

Episode three takes us to 1920s Eureka, CA. Kate and Paul follow the case of Jack Ryan, a Native American accused of murdering a young couple by a notoriously bigoted DA. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Under the Scales
S4E3: 4/21/92 — Holly Bowling

Under the Scales

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 30:20 Very Popular


As the next step in our journey through key shows of the ‘90s, we stop in Eureka, California, and check in with a fellow Californian about this show—Holly Bowling. We focus on 4/21/92, a show that has an ahead-of-its-time Tweezer, which served as an inspiration for one of Holly's famous jam transcriptions. We heard in previous episodes about this Spring ‘92 run, which featured Phish's first extended trip in front of West Coast fans. We talk with Holly about these shows, and about Tweezer, and of course, about her approach to interpreting some of these legendary pieces of improvisation. Thanks to our partners at Green Future Wealth—they can help with all of your financial planning needs.Undermine is brought to you by Osiris Media. Executive Producers are Tom Marshall, RJ Bee, Brian Brinkman, Matt Dwyer, and Benjy Eisen. Produced and edited by Brian Brinkman and Eric Limarenko. Mixed and Mastered by Matt Dwyer. Production assistance from Christina Collins and Nick Cejas. Original Music by Amar Sastry. Art by Mark Dowd. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.