Welcome #fofcpod fam! We are so excited to share a new episode with our special host Anthony “Tony” Galloway Jr. This is Tony's third venture on the Fare of the Free Man Child series. If you missed the first two episodes go check them out:Episode 215: Fare of the Free Man Child (A Tony Galloway Ting).Episode 224: Deschooling Adulthood with Tony GallowayIn this episode Tony and two of his college roommates, Anthony D. Janifer and Stanley D. Cochran Jr., explore their perspectives around masculinity and manhood. They question, among other topics, the way they perform their masculinity and the patterns and distinctions around it, they also speak about personal relationships, power relationships, dating, shadow work, gender, stereotypes, and sexuality. Defining manhood can be a tricky task, even more so when you live exposed to dominant stereotypes of what masculine or feminine bodies and attitudes are supposed to be. Tony and his friends chat about their experiences and the way each of their environments and families modeled or influenced them to think masculinity in certain ways.What we are supposed to be | We don't want to be “weak”Vulnerability is seen as a weakness and something more characteristic of the feminine, this makes us question toxic masculinity. Is the version that we got around masculinity so narrow that it starts devaluing femininity? Men that embody certain mannerisms or sensitive attitudes tend to be mocked and categorized in a negative way as “less of a man.” Tony and friends discuss how these stereotypes make us more aware of the aspects within ourselves that we might shift just to fit in outdated “standards” that we must overcome. They also speak about feminine and masculine seen as energy and the balance in knowing when to show up, because Identity cannot be limited, it's a wide spectrum of definitions and nuances, defined by culture and context.LIBERATION WALKGet to know more of Tony and check his artwork here.Share some thoughts by pressing that “Leave a Voice Message” button on the right side to let Tony know what do you think of this episodeSubscribe to Akilah's Youtube ChannelJoin our Podcast Village and don't miss any of our Feel Trip invitations! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/akilah)
The Locked On Vols podcast is your daily show covering Tennessee Volunteers football and basketball with Eric Cain. A Wednesday show welcomes Josh Ward on in segment one for his weekly chat. We then dive into the Pro Football Focus grades for Tennessee on offense and defense against South Carolina - all on a Wednesday show. Be sure to participate in #TwitterTuesday by tweeting @LockedonVols or @_Cainer all your questions. Tuesday's show will answer them! DMs are open. Follow the show on those Twitter accounts and also on host Eric Cain's Facebook page: CainerOnAir. And every Friday is 5 Star Friday here on Locked on Vols! Head over to Apple Podcasts and leave a positive review + a 5 star rating and we'll shout you out each and every Friday! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ A special shoutout to James Manning (@GooseManning5) for his assistance in graphic design. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mentre i prezzi delle materie prime non accennano a calare gli investitori iniziano a fare i conti con un rischio finora mai contemplato: quello della stagflazione, ossia di una rallentamento dell'economia accompagnato a una risalita dei prezzi. Quali sono i campanelli d'allarme in questo senso e i fattori da tenere sotto controllo? Quali implicazioni potrebbero esserci per la politica monetaria e la tenuta dei mercati? Ne parliamo con Riccardo Sorrentino.
Hark! It's an 87th Precinct podcast bonus episode. The year is 2000. The millenium has ticked over and we're still not flying in personal rockets to the moon. However, we have finished reading the 50th novel in McBain's series, The Last Dance. As usual we look at the book covers of the UK and US editions, as well as some other international versions, then delve into the charts, movies and TV of the year to recall what life was like for us as we entered the future space year 2000! We'll be back soon with our main episode on Book 51 - Money, Money, Money. Fare thee well.
For this addition of our Rising Talent series on On The Pass, Gabriel Ornelas chats with Andy Kadin, a Rising Talent 2019 Finalist. Andy is the owner and baker behind Bub and Grandma's, one of LA's most beloved bread. What launched in 2014 as a small and humble business, after leaving behind an advertising career, has now evolved into a wholesale bakery with over 150 customers around LA, many of which are some of the city's most well known restaurants. Andy shares how he got his start, the evolution of Bub & Grandma's incredible growth, and his upcoming sandwich shop which has been years in the making. About Rising Talent Series The Rising Talent series on On The Pass coincides in conjunction with The Art of Plating Rising Talent 2021 program. This series highlights some of the emerging individuals on the list who are are all making an impact on our industry. Rising Talent 2021 Finalists will be announced on Monday, October 25, 2021. Tune in and follow @theartofplating for updates. For Info on Bub and Grandma's: https://bit.ly/3lfM9Xj Follow Bub and Grandma's on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3AgJJM8 For more info on The Art of Plating: https://bit.ly/3kEvQ6r Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/2TrNfEg Follow The Art of Plating: https://bit.ly/3isPJLa Follow On The Pass: https://bit.ly/3BpHckD Follow our Host, Gabriel Ornelas: https://bit.ly/3hTpONC Ask about our creative agency, FARE: https://madebyfare.com
Sean and Pete wipe virtual omelettes off their faces and sift through the rubble of what was the top 10 after a topsy-turvy Week 4 for everybody except the FCIAC, which now boasts six of the state's top 7 teams. Trumbull, Ridgefield, Greenwich, New Canaan, and St. Joseph, and of course, Norwalk won big games heading into the bye, while Jeff Jacobs has a moral crisis. Joining us this week is new coach Pat Miller and Norwalk, who took a unbeaten record into their bye week after 25-15 comeback win over Cheshire. RUNDOWN 00:00 -- Opener: How did the Top 10 Fare? Not good. 7:52 -- The Latest Top 10 Poll: FCIAC emerges supreme 13:13 -- Recapping Carinage: Smith, Trumbull rout No. 7 Shelton 15:41 -- Ridgefield wins defensive struggle vs. No. 5 Newtown 20:47 -- O'Brien, Hand rout Masuk, avoids 0-3 start 23:21 -- No. 9 Greenwich wins an ugly one vs. No. 6 Fairfield Prep 26:08 -- GameTimeCT Game of The Week: Norwalk rallies past No. 8 Cheshire 29:26 -- Wrapping Up: Alliance Scoreboard; St. Joseph; New Canaan; Torrington; Coginchaug; Cromwell/Portland; Newington. 37:00 -- Jeff Jacobs' moral dilemma. 51:54 -- Interview with Norwalk coach PAT MILLER
Imagine walking into a bustling restaurant filled with intoxicating energy. The awards hanging on the walls, food is hitting the table, the wine is flowing, the music is setting the mood, and you even spot a celebrity face or two in the corner booth. When that picture is painted, it's not hard to see why restaurants get romanticized. Yet, what is usually hidden behind the curtains is often the turmoil of day to day operations and the sad reality of how many perceived successful restaurants can barely pay the light bill. Our next guest, restaurateur Simon Kim, personally knows what it's like to be in that position. Before opening New York's first Michelin starred Korean steakhouse, Cote with a newly opened 2nd outpost in Miami, Simon had to deal with failure. In today's conversation, we dive into his formative teenage years having to adapt in America as an immigrant and what it was like to run his former restaurant Piora, a bustling Michelin starred restaurant that could not financially sustain itself. He shares with us the valuable lessons he's learned through that experience and how he's evolved into the restaurateur he is today as the owner of Gracious Hospitality Management. We talk about his philosophy on growing the business with the right team and the right financial goals. This episode is a must listen. It's an honest conversation about turning failure into wisdom and resiliency. For more info on Cote: https://bit.ly/3uuCwH9 Follow Simon on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3mbcEw5 Info on Cote Wine Club: https://bit.ly/3ulOdzZ For more info on The Art of Plating: https://bit.ly/3kEvQ6r Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/2TrNfEg Follow The Art of Plating: https://bit.ly/3isPJLa Follow On The Pass: https://bit.ly/3BpHckD Follow our Host, Gabriel Ornelas: https://bit.ly/3hTpONC Ask about our creative agency, FARE: https://madebyfare.com
In this episode the boys discuss on how Freemasonry would react and deal in another civil war in America --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefreemasonspodcast/support
Sono sicura che almeno una volta abbiate immaginato di visitare i magnifici paesaggi dell'Italia! Bene, questo video fa proprio al caso vostro. Infatti, oggi vi consiglieremo ben 8 meravigliosi itinerari grazie ai quali potrete godervi esperienze e panorami magnifici nel Bel Paese! Gli 8 Viaggi in treno più belli d'Italia Forse non tutti sanno che in Italia vantiamo un'ottima linea ferroviaria, molto apprezzata soprattutto all'estero. In questo video scopriremo le tappe più apprezzate di questa linea ferroviaria e partiremo insieme per un viaggio nello Stivale, percorrendolo da Nord a Sud. Pronti? Preparate in bagagli... Si parte! Ecco gli 8 meravigliosi itinerari da non perdere: Il nostro tour inizia dal Trentino Alto Adige: è qui che troviamo il Trenino del Renon. Sembrerà di fare un viaggio nel tempo! Pensate che questo treno è dotato di alcune vetture storiche ancora in funzione. In una ventina di minuti passarete dal centro di Bolzano fino a Soprabolzano, a ben 1200 metri di altitudine! Il panorama sulle Dolomiti è pazzesco: il Trenino del Renon attraversa 10 stazioni e il valore aggiunto è il fatto di poter optare per delle escursioni a piedi in qualsiasi momento (sì, avete capito bene, è possibile partire da ciascuna delle 10 fermate!) Una curiosità? Se volete coccolarvi, su questo treno magico avete la possibilità di prenotare una cena che prevede diverse portate, servite ognuna in ogni diversa stazione. Attenzione, però, è possibile usufruire di questa possibilità soltanto in estate! Approdiamo ora in Piemonte: proprio qui, precisamente a Domodossola, potrete salire sul Treno del Foliage”, caratteristico treno bianco e blu della storica linea ferroviaria che collega Domodossola e Locarno dal 1923. Sono migliaia i turisti che ogni anno scelgono questo itinerario, particolarmente consigliato in autunno: lungo 52 chilometri, dura circa due ore e vi porterà alla scoperta dei meravigliosi colori autunnali tra i boschi del Piemonte e della Svizzera. Fra ponti, gallerie, splendide vallate, boschi incantevoli e borghi affascinanti, vivrete un'esperienza unica che vi lascerà a bocca aperta! Ci spostiamo in Liguria. Il Cinque Terre Express è un treno regionale che viaggia attraverso un parco nazionale dichiarato niente di meno che “Patrimonio Mondiale dell'Umanità” dall'UNESCO: il Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre. Il treno percorre la tratta da La Spezia a Levanto e si ferma in tutti e 5 i comuni che costituiscono il Parco, dandovi la possibilità di scendere e risalire in qualsiasi stazione (con un unico biglietto). Il percorso offre un panorama mozzafiato, percorrendo tratti di costa dove si alternano scogliere a picco sul mare e pareti di roccia. Inutile dire che il Cinque Terre Express è il modo migliore per visitare questo piccolo angolo di paradiso! È il turno della Toscana: qui vogliamo suggerirvi ben due itinerari. Partiamo dalla linea Saline Volterra – Cecina, una linea antica: pare che persino lo scrittore Cassola, per un paio di sue opere, abbia tratto l'ispirazione proprio dal panorama di cui godeva spesso dal finestrino del treno. Da marzo a maggio si ha l'opportunità di viaggiare su treni storici. Inoltre, grazie ad alcuni eventi a tema, è possibile ricordare la storia di questa linea, un tempo già conosciuta da Etruschi e Romani. Rimaniamo sempre in Toscana: vogliamo parlarvi della linea delle Terre di Siena. Si tratta di un'ottima idea, qualora voleste organizzare un tour tra i borghi toscani per degustare tartufo accompagnato a dell'ottimo vino! La particolarità è quella di poter fare un tuffo nel passato, viaggiando su un treno dotato di locomotiva a vapore. Avete mai sentito parlare del Trenonatura? I suoi itinerari durano tutti una giornata; Siena è il punto di partenza e di arrivo. Perché ve lo consigliamo? I paesaggi che potrete vedere sono stupendi e, alcuni di essi, sono ben visibili soltanto dal treno. Sarà possibile scendere nelle stazioni che più vi ...
Canty and Golic question if the Rams/Bucs matchup is more important for the Rams, because the Bucs will be fine and have a deep playoff run regardless?After that, we have NFL questions and answers.
We're back from our much-needed break and ready to rock with you for Season 7 to continue this journey together of healing, exploration, liberation and change. Thank you for being part of our #fofcpod fam! This season we'll keep our three-part flow, with a few deviations from that structure wherever it feels right.Here's what to expect during Season 7:This season our contribution to the many ways we invest in our liberation from tools of oppression will include continued collaborating with some of the busiest folks in this moving for liberatory learning and living:Maleka Diggs, Ep 200: Being Busy, Black, and Unschooled in 2020Kelly Limes Taylor, Ep 169: The Chance to Go FurtherLeslie Bray, Ep 207: Updates on Plant It Up + Introducing P.O.U.R.Tiersa McQueen, Ep 191: Why & How We UnschoolLou Hollis, Ep 208: Lou of Grief, Growth, & Goals PodcastDomari Dickinson, Ep 185: Parenting Paradigm Shifts in Black FamiliesAnd...Next week Marley will do a follow-up episode from Ep 193: Developing a Self-directed Mindset, so tune in next week. The week after that we'll release a New Moon episode to bring the ways we care for ourselves inside this intergenerational liberation workMore great work from this season's core team: Juan, Fatima, Dani, Romain, Kris, Marley, and VickiRaising Free People book's Spanish version is pretty much done! Watching, learning, and stretching with Ruben, Citlali, Isabel, Abby, Kris, and Miguel has been such a joyful experience. Thank you to every one of you who donated dollars, wished us well, or shared the fundraiser, we appreciate you!Instead of sponsors we'll be doing season spotlights, and the first one is Tebogo Modisane. You'll hear from her in next week's episode. In the meantime, listen to Tebogo on Ep 119: Educating the World to Our Children (Soweto)Raising Free People is being recorded as an audiobook and Akilah has been collabing with the energies of sound and voice to make it happen. All the production process will be done by mid-OctoberOctober is basically Fare of the Free Man Child month! Anthony “Tony” Galloway Jr. and some of his friends talk about manhood and masculinity in their 20's and 30's. If you haven't heard from Tony here's his latest episode, Ep 224: Deschooling Adulthood with Tony GallowayYou'll hear from Ieishah Clelland-Lange from Ep 63: Deep Work + Dora Life, back in the day in 2018, and Ep 190: Nomad(ing) in Place with Ieishah 'Nem. She gathered some gems for us while she's in Aotearoa, also known as New ZealandJoin our Podcast Village and don't miss any of our Feel Trip invitationsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/akilah)
A taxi driver, held at gunpoint, explores his destiny as he recounts his night after he picks up a killer who takes him on a fateful, murderous journey. Commentary on the brilliant performance of Larry Haines and how one's fate cannot be changed.
Settembre è già qui e, come tutti sanno, è il mese preferito dagli studenti, siccome comincia la scuola! Per celebrare questo lieto (lieto?) evento, ho deciso di proporvi, in questo video, una serie di espressioni da utilizzare nel contesto scolastico, per qualsiasi tipo di scuola voi vogliate frequentare. Le Espressioni da utilizzare nel contesto Scolastico Ecco una lista di espressioni italiane indispensabili per parlare di scuola: Iscriversi/Immatricolarsi Mollare/abbandonare gli studi significa entrare a far parte di un'istituzione o di un'organizzazione facendo registrare il proprio nome e seguendo le formalità richieste. La prima iscrizione di uno studente a un istituto di istruzione secondaria o università si chiama immatricolazione. E la persona che vi si iscrive per la prima volta è una matricola. Essere una matricola significa essere uno studente al primo anno di scuola superiore o università Mollare/Abbandonare gli studi significa interrompere gli studi senza completarli. Seguire le lezioni - L'orario delle materie significa frequentare le lezioni delle varie materie, secondo uno schema (orario) prestabilito, che riporta le varie materie da seguire durante i diversi giorni della settimana, ora per ora. Assegnare i compiti (insegnante) - Svolgere/Fare i compiti (studente) succede quando l'insegnante assegna i compiti e dice agli studenti cosa dovranno fare a casa prima della prossima lezione. Loro, poi, dovranno seguire quelle istruzioni: svolgeranno (o faranno) i compiti. Fare l'appello significa chiamare più persone per nome, secondo un ordine stabilito (per lo più alfabetico), per accertarsi che siano presenti. Essere presente/assente: se lo studente risponde “Presente!”, significa che è in classe. Altrimenti, se per qualsiasi ragione è rimasto a casa, si considera assente. Essere bocciato/promosso: nel caso si parli di un singolo esame o test, significa non superarlo. Al contrario, se superiamo quell'esame, siamo promossi. Essere bocciato a scuola, invece, significa non essere ammesso alla classe successiva (generalmente a causa di voti troppo bassi) e dover ripetere l'anno. Se invece si supera l'anno e si è ammessi alla classe successiva, si è promossi. Essere rimandato: uno studente può essere rimandato alla fine dell'anno in una o più materie (massimo 3). Questo significa che non è bocciato, ma che in quelle materie non c'è un voto, perché dovrà sostenere degli esami di riparazione alla fine dell'estate, prima dell'inizio della scuola. Se supera quegli esami, è ufficialmente promosso, altrimenti, è ufficialmente bocciato. Prendere/Beccarsi una nota sul registro: il registro di classe è il quaderno in cui si scrive la storia della classe. Lo possono compilare solo gli insegnanti, che dovranno inserire le proprie firme, le assenze, le giustificazioni degli alunni, i compiti assegnati, i lavori svolti durante la lezione e i dati generali degli alunni, giorno per giorno. Lì, tra le altre cose, si scrivono le note (forma abbreviata di “note disciplinari”). Una nota è un appunto, un'annotazione dell'insegnante riguardo un comportamento scorretto di uno o più studenti. Ogni nota presa influenza il voto finale dello studente. Se lo studente si comporta spesso male oppure fa qualcosa di molto molto grave, può essere sospeso dalle attività scolastiche fino a un massimo di 15 giorni. Fare sega/fare filone/marinare la scuola/bigiare significa non andare a scuola per un giorno (o più), senza che i genitori lo sappiano. È un problema per la giustifica (documento che il genitore firma in cui si dichiara consapevole dell'assenza del proprio figlio per ragioni di salute o famiglia). Smette di essere un problema quando si raggiungono i 18 anni e ci si può firmare da soli le giustifiche. Andare alla lavagna significa essere chiamati dall'insegnante e doversi alzare e andare verso la lavagna,
Cali Formula 1 Episode 24; Russia Preview! Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton look to rebound after their scary crash. Does McLaren continue its run? How do B drivers Bottas and Perez fare? Instagram: @califormula1Twitter: @Formula1Cali Lewis Hamilton looks to continue Mercedes dominance at Sochi, but will his teammate Valtteri Bottas get in the way?Max Verstappen has his work cut out with penalties but can the Red Bull driver take advantage of rain and race pace and get back on top?Can McLaren replicate their 1-2 finish from Monza this week?Can Ferrari find the pace of their rivals and reclaim 3rd in the Constructors Championship?Will Williams continue their great improvement with points for both drivers?Kimi returns, Aston Martin sets its lineup, All this and more Formula 1 talk!Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas Red Bull | Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez McLaren | Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris Aston Martin | Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel Alpine | Esteban Ocon , Fernando Alonso Ferrari | Carlos Sainz Jr , Charles Leclerc AlphaTauri | Pierre Gasly , Yuki Tsunoda Alfa Romeo | Kimi Raikkonen , Antonio Giovinazzi Haas | Mick Schumacher, Nikita Mazepin Williams | George Russell , Nicholas Latifi
Canada's election campaign hit the homestretch this past week, as leaders made their final pitches to voters as to why they should be given the opportunity to govern. But will we see a change in Ottawa, or will this election leave us back where we were before? Tasha Kheiriddin, a columnist for the National Post and principal for Navigator LTD, joins Dave Breakenridge to discuss how the leaders fared this race, what the big issues for voters have been, and what's next for the main party leaders come Tuesday. Background reading: Tasha Kheiriddin: Why Maxime Bernier's rise could secure Trudeau's re-election
3PM - Sully: Fare ambassadors replace officers on Sound Transit trains + A quarter of a million long commutes disappeared during the pandemic in the Seattle area // Covid-sniffing dogs at Miami airport are ‘over 99 per cent accurate' // California's Recall: What to Watch // A deeper explanation of John's squirrel experience yesterday See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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S5:28 In this brief episode, I give an update on what's going on with me while I'm still on hiatus. I also talk about how I choose me over work now by filling my cup up before I pour it out. It feels good. The post A FARE Update first appeared on Trill MBA Show.
We look to Wednesday night's French-language debate, and ahead to Thursday's English debate, with Michel C. Auger, a political columnist with La Presse and Radio-Canada; and Emilie Nicolas, a political columnist with Le Devoir and the Montreal Gazette.
A taxi driver is dispatched on his last call of the night outside Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Hours later, the driver's body is found face down by the side of the road, and forty years will pass before the murderer is brought to justice. Check out our great sponsors! Boll and Branch: Get an exclusive 15% off your first set of sheets with promo code coldcase at bollandbranch.com Purple: Get 10% off any order of $200 or more at Purple.com/coldcase10 and use code "coldcase10" LifeLock: Join now and save up to 25% off your first year by going to LifeLock.com/coldcase Progressive: Get a quote today at Progressive.com and see why 4 out of 5 new auto customers recommend Progressive! Lending Tree: Download the free LendingTree app now to get started and see why thousands of people turn to LendingTree every day for smarter, easier finances!
We kick-off fall with a fun and informative episode featuring TikTok and Instagram star, Brad Martin, about his college search and selection process as well as his social media fame and his amazing year of productivity. FARE's CEO, Lisa Gable, then provides aspiring and current college students with advice on getting the most out of their experience. In between, we welcome to Tiffany back from maternity to leave and Jason attempts to rap. Hosted by: Tiffany Leon, Senior Manager, Training & Professional Programs and Jason Linde, Vice President, Government & Community Affairs
La nostra mente è incredibilmente complessa, per tale motivo tende a cadere in forme paradossali. Ciò che funziona nel mondo della fisica fuori da noi è molto diverso da come funziona la nostra mente, noi tendiamo ad applicare le soluzioni del mondo fisico alla nostra psicologia.Clicca qui per approfondire: (link valido dalle 5:00 am del 6-09-21)“Facci caso”... il mio libro:https://www.amazon.it/Facci-distrarre-sciocchezze-attenzione-davvero/dp/8804728833Qui puoi trovare i migliori contenuti sulla meditazione:https://jo.my/funnel-contenuti-meditazioneQui puoi trovare il mio corso "Emotional Freedom":https://jo.my/funnel-contenuti-emozioniQui trovi contenuti per la gestione dell'ansiahttps://jo.my/funnel-contenuti-ansiaIscriviti al corso "10 Giorni di meditazione scientifica" oggi in una APP bellissima e gratuita: https://jo.my/clarity-appDai un'occhiata a Clarity il mio percorso ad abbonamento mensile:https://clarityapp.it/Iscriviti alla Community di Psinel, ricevi subito 237 audio in mp3 per la tua formazione + un report completo sulla Meditazione Moderna (è gratis!): http://www.psicologianeurolinguistica.com/psinelform.htmlSeguimi su Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gennaro_romagnoli/Credits (traccia audio) https://www.bensound.com/
The Iowa football team is taking on Indiana in two days, and we are here to analyze what to expect for performances from the Iowa football team on the offensive side of the ball alongside Big Ten Ben Stevens. Will Spencer Petras throw an interception? Will Tyler Goodson break 100 yards rushing? And will Tyrone Tracy exceed 100 yards receiving for the second time in his career? We answer all of those questions here. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week Silas and Samantha discuss what they want to do moving forward, Silas' feelings on animated shows, and reviews of two streaming films from 2019, The Fare and Another Version of You.
A Leon County circuit judge sided with a group of parents Friday in a high-profile lawsuit challenging Gov. Ron DeSeantis ' July 30 executive order banning student mask mandates in public schools.
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We are honored to have a driving force for the food allergy community, Priscilla Hernandez, join this week's episode. Her mission is to enlighten and educate people about food allergies, and she is succeeding in multiple ways. Her son, Zachy, has been diagnosed with multiple food allergies, and she shares their food allergy journey from Zacky's diagnosis to her advocacy work. She was astounded by the complexity of the school system and saw an opportunity to provide a solution. With her background in nonprofits and working directly with legislators and on education policy, she drafted 'Zacky's Bill.' The bill's purpose is to create guidelines for local education agencies to protect pupils with food allergies. Priscilla also does advocacy work with Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE), and Zacky and the Hernandez Munoz Family are featured in Zacky's Kitchen:-Our Family Recipes on FARE's Living Teal Network. She is also authoring a children's book series, 'Super Zachy,' and the first is expected soon. Priscilla and Shandee talk about strategies of teaching a child to self-advocate. Priscilla also shares her advice on how to get involved and make a voice for yourself.Keep up on all that the Hernandez Munoz family is doing from their website: https://www.zackysuniverse.com/.
This week's episode is a replay from one of the most popular on Self Love Sit Downs. Is the scale a friend or an enemy in your fitness journey? Kelsey and Armando discuss how you should look at the scale as a tool in your arsenal of tools working with you and not against you in your fitness journey. Fare too often, we jump on the scale and let it dictate how our overall health is when in reality, we should be jumping on it with the mindset that it is just another method we are evaluating how our journey is going. We sometimes hold the scale on a pedestal as if the number it spits out defines how much effort we are putting into reaching our fitness goals, guys/gals; that isn't true. The number it says has so many factors we often don't consider what it means. If this is your first time listening to this, we appreciate you following us this long; if this is your first time, we hope this answers so many questions but more so helps you achieve your fitness goals. Don't forget to hit that Subscribe button and leave a review. As always, thanks for sharing your time with us and listening to this episode of Self Love Sit Downs. God Bless. Contact us at email@example.comInstagram:Kelsey @kelsey_teddiArmando @mandofarias05 Facebook Groups:Kelsey Teddi Fitness As always, Self Love Starts with YOU!
Hark! It's an 87th Precinct Podcast Bonus Episode. We've looked into the 49th novel of the series, The Big Bad City, in our main episode so now it's time for our usual examination of the book covers of the original editions in the US and UK, as well as some other overseas versions. Then it's time to trawl through the music, movies and television of 1999 for some context of the period. See you soon for Book 50 - The Last Dance. Fare thee well.
It's no surprise that being a chef is challenging — the commitment, hours, and lack of sleep that all strains relationships. Now add the layer of being a South American female in what has been a predominately white male environment which has made it even harder to get ahead. This has been chef Victoria Blamey's experience over the past 17+ years. In reference to Victoria in Episode 31, chef Dan Barber said, “anyone who's had her experience, any man who's accomplished what she's accomplished, would be at the top ranks of the profession.” Born in Santiago, Chile, Victoria has worked all over the world in some of the best fine dining establishments. She's cut her teeth at restaurants like The Vineyard at Stockcross, Interlude in Melbourne, Mugaritz in San Sebastian, Atera in NYC, and many others before becoming the Executive chef of legacy restaurants like Chumley's and Gotham Bar & Grill. In today's episode, Victoria shares what's it like to finally break out of the constraints that's held her back from fully expressing herself. We talk about her recent residency at Stone Barnes, her residency at Fulgurances in Brooklyn, and her hope for the future. For more information on Gaggenau: https://bit.ly/3AcIaiD Follow Gaggenau on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2VeMPCb For more info on Victoria Blamey: https://bit.ly/3k2JMFw Follow Victoria on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3k3vHYg For more info on The Art of Plating: https://bit.ly/3kEvQ6r Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/2TrNfEg Follow The Art of Plating: https://bit.ly/3isPJLa Follow On The Pass: https://bit.ly/3BpHckD Follow our Host, Gabriel Ornelas: https://bit.ly/3hTpONC Ask about our creative agency, FARE: https://madebyfare.com
We continue our 2021 Iowa football schedule preview as we take a look at Iowa's two east opponents today with Maryland and Penn State. Can Maryland build on any momentum from last year and will Penn State rebound from an overall disappointing season last year? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hark! It's the 87th Precinct Podcast! We're back, after a slightly longer than usual break, with a look at the 49th book of the series - the last of the Twentieth Century - The Big Bad City. Otherwise known as Nuns and Cookies? We speculate on the relevance of the title, McBain's approach to writing about popular music as well as looking what the author was up to and what was going on in the world in 1999. Join us soon for the bonus episode, then it's onto the year 2000 and book number 50 - THE LAST DANCE! Thanks for listening. Fare thee well.
The Premier League is back! New signings, new teams, old rivalries resumed and fresh hope, all to the sweet sound of full stadiums. Kate Burlaga is joined by Nick Wright and Gerard Brand to preview another nine months of drama in the top flight. PART 1: (02:24) Are City still the side to beat? And who will challenge them? Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool assessed PART 2: (12:00) Will the north London gloom lift? Leicester in focus and surprise package: Leeds, Aston Villa and Everton tipped PART 3: (28:14) How will promoted trio Brentford, Watford and Norwich fare? Plus: New managers assessed, and can West Ham deal with European distraction?
L'ultimo rapporto pubblicato dall'ONU in materia di cambiamento climatico conferma che il surriscaldamento del pianeta è imputabile all'attività umana. Il garden designer Carlo Gabriele ci spiega cosa possiamo fare nel nostro piccolo per contrastare questo fenomeno.
Idealism is great. We all want to be dream employers offering dream jobs to amazing people who love our restaurant as much as we do. But that's rarely the reality of our situation. Who's fault is that and is there a way to make that vision a reality? Today we chat with Gabriel Cole, a former chef, who's using his values to not only inform the way he does business but also to decide who to do business with. In this conversation we tackle the obstacles involved in become the employers we want to be and what it takes to attract the employees we want to hire. That's Gabriel Cole. For more on Just Fare go to https://justfare.co ________________________________ Sign Up for Our Weekly Newsletter Book time on Josh's personal calendar We have a lot more content coming your way! Be sure to check out the FULL COMP media universe by visiting: FULL COMP The Happy Mouth Morning Show Restaurant Marketing School The Playbook
On today's episode, Evan is joined by Stampede Blue's Stephen Reed to go over all the latest on Carson Wentz's foot injury. With a 5-12 week timetable, there's a chance Wentz misses potentially the first 6-7 weeks of the regular season. How will the Colts adjust without Wentz in the meantime? This is now Jacob Eason's time to shine. For a player projected to be Indy's long-term backup, Eason now steps into the starting role without a single NFL snap logged. Eason has an opportunity to either show the Colts he's potentially the future at QB, or not a solid long-term option. All of this, plus so much more, as the Colts' training camp bad luck continues on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices