Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we continue our series on Batman: Arkham Asylum. We talk about the progression system in the game, the various forms of reward, how well things are integrated, and Tim gets to relive the death of the Waynes. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: Near to end (Brett), thru 2nd Scarecrow (Tim) Issues covered: the death taunts, Edward Nigma vs the Riddler, relatively few gadgets, discussing the gadgets and their uses, not knowing what they had yet, using gadgets as a reward, dependencies on rewards and presentation, breaking up health and armor into increments, the weirdness of Batman getting XP, player expression, health and then opening up more options, seeing how you would evolve the formula, crafting environmental scenarios, finding ways to bring in the rogues gallery, rewarding you while gratifying you, spreading out the villainy, giving space to each villain, having too much space for the villains, every combatant being bespoke, threading villains through rather than opting in, economical reuse of space, changing up combat patterns, pushing the player rather than reusing the same quarter, rethinking strategy but not being stuck, not overloading with combat options and then larding on, being able to struggle through without being perfect, players finding something that works for them and sticking with that, combat overload, interview tapes and deepening the characters, did this game create Batman fans?, tying all the pieces together, the tightness of the economy, being able to play the alley scene, retelling the origin stories, Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: other Arkham games, BioShock, Bethesda Game Studios, Joel Schumacher, DOOM (2016)/DOOM Eternal, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: Finishing and takeaways! Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub Discord DevGameClub@gmail.com
The Blessing of Finishing Are you a fast starter, slow finisher like me? If so, no worries friend, I've got you covered! In this episode, you will be able to: Discover the pivotal role of accomplishing tasks and projects to heighten productivity and promote personal contentment. Unearth the value in overcoming challenges and failures, and how the reward can often be found within the journey itself. Understand how perseverance and a positive mindset are the cornerstones to obtaining success in any endeavor. Discern how leveraging faith and belief can spur motivation and inspire meaningful action. Recognize the prospect in seeking opportunities for growth, and how embracing the potential for change can lead to extraordinary accomplishments. Even with setbacks and failures, the journey itself is a reward. Keep going, because the end is where it all comes together. - Rachel Luna Persistence means holding on even when the odds seem against us; it is the little voice in our heads that urges us not to give up. The resources mentioned in this episode are: Visit Racheluna.com/Lunatic to sign up for Freecoach Fridays and get on the email list for announcements about upcoming opportunities to work with Rachel. Check out Marshawn Evans Daniels' new journal, Daily Blessings, a mindfulness journal on the goodness of God. It's available for purchase, and Rachel highly recommends it.
This week on Unpacking the Mass, we look at the readings for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time. In this episode, we will explore ideas such as: We don't get to decide what's "fair." How to bless your priest. Finishing well. The readings can be found here: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/100123.cfm To support the channel and Keith's ministry: https://www.patreon.com/keithnester For more info about Keith, visit: https://down2earthministry.org/
Lords: * Alex * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSjSkaBRD7k&list=PLBk6-z6v3pDKi3Q-9MeqUfupJswozircH&index=7 * John Topics: * That time I spent 4 days fasting in the woods * Twins! Coming soon! Ahhhhh! * The Zelda 1 second quest * https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/806592-now-the-world-has-gone-to-bed-darkness-won-t-engulf Microtopics: * Joyful communities. * Whether discord logs can be subpoenaed. * Encoding all your mail in ROT13 to keep them safe from the snoops at the NSA. * Finishing with your DSP design work so your employer sends you into the basement to make cardboard boxes. * Someone in the early 2000s with a high pitched voice. * Remembering your grandma's phone number from when you were six but not remembering any phone numbers since then. * Thinky Puzzle Games. * An Alan Hazelden thing. * Tom Brown's Tracker School. * Going into the woods and sitting in one spot for four days. * A good, productive, safe time. * Keeping control of your emotions. * How to know when to stop. * Doing a ritual at sunrise. * Having animal encounters. * Trees dripping water on you. * Doing the most boring thing for four days straight so you can never be bored again. * A really cool thing to do in your twenties. * Sonic showers screaming at you until you're clean. * Lacking the experience to understand what's coming for you. * Going through some shit and loving it. * What if it all works out? * The experience of knowing twins. * Taking advantage of the Groupon for college tuition. * Hanging your fears on milestones. * Taking your parental leave consecutively. * Daycare as a microcosm of communal living. * Showing people what you're working on. * Making a living putting your kids on social media until your kids get old enough to express that they don't like it. * Wearing a shirt saying "I do not consent to be photographed." * A conversation with a five year old about scrub jays. * Sharing media with an allowlist. * Setting permissions on who can see your photos. * Sharing photos with your family by handing out USB drives. * A visual novel that is extremely interested in your personal financial information. * A pen connected to a matrix of hundreds of other pens so you can sign your name hundreds of times at once. * The Zelda one-second quest. * Naming yourself Zelda as a shortcut for understanding this topic. * Naming your character Zelda without understanding the consequences. * Red bubbles that take your sword away. * An obvious door that you can walk through. * Iwata Asks. * Accidentally using only half the space available. * Zelda randomizers. * SMZ3. * How to make Super Mario World a metroidvania. * Marvin putting in work. * Capturing a particular level of snark. * Reading books in high school that you won't understand until you're 30. * The California Raisins as the sequel to the Grapes of Wrath. * The kind of person who works really hard in high school. * Xanthan gum. * Trochaic something or other. * I had a theory about music and then I made all these friends!
Can I be honest? Finishing what I start can sometimes be a struggle for me. Can you relate? While I begin with every intention of seeing each task, responsibility, goal, or endeavor through to the end, somewhere down the line, I can get off track. Another task to do, a book to read, [...]
In this installment of On the Line, we take a look at evolving material solutions trends and what they mean for finishers, particularly with regard to ways in which lightweighting and electrification of aerospace and automotive applications are influencing finishing operations. Peter Mirabello is chairman of Metal Finishing Technologies LLC, a company with a 75-year legacy in metal finishing with much of its work focused on aerospace and defense, including a large maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) division. Mirabello recently spoke with Products Finishing about his passion for surface finishing and trends shaping the industry today.
Finishing this week once again, with Writer Dean Weingarten. Lock N Load is presented by; Aero Precision https://aeroprecisionusa.com Modern Gun School https://mgs.edu Ace Firearms http://www.acefirearms.com DeSantis Holsters https://www.desantisholster.com Staccato http://staccato2011.com Taran Tactical Innovations https://tarantacticalinnovations.com Spikes Tactical https://www.spikestactical.com Chambers Custom https://chamberscustom.com/ Federal Ammunition https://www.federalpremium.com/ Primary Arms
University of Tennessee-Knoxville Percussion Professor and Founder and Music Director of Nief-Norf Andy Bliss stops by to talk about getting the UTK job late in the first semester and the challenges of taking over (02:30), getting his system in place, installing group applied lessons, and the transition into a School of Music there (17:50), and talks about the beginnings of Nief-Norf, the importance of Entrepreneurship, and discussions of musicianship and storytelling (42:10).Finishing with a Rave on the Mizzou-Kansas State football game and a Marching Mizzou special guest (01:07:45).Andy Bliss Links:Andy's homepageAndy's University of Tennessee-Knoxville homepagePrevious Podcast Guests mentioned:Rich Holly in 2020Julie Hill in 2019Eric Willie in 2022Cort McClaren in 2022Aiyun Huang in 2023Omar Carmenates in 2018Other Links:Kevin ZetinaNief-NorfBase4 Percussion QuartetJames CampbellShawn VondranPeyton ManningErin Walker BlissElizabeth Soflin“Rebonds B” - Iannis Xenakis“Reflections on the Nature of Water” - Jacob DruckmanSteve ReichJulia WolfePauline Oliveros“King of Denmark” - Morton FeldmanRoots and RhizomesJohn Luther AdamsSteven SchickChristopher AdlerRaves:Mizzou-KSU football highlights
The former BYU and Utah State QB does his weekly chat on the Bill Riley Show, Utah and BYU still undefeated, Aggies losing 2 out 3, this week's matchups for local teams
www.run4prs.com We always hear about time goals. I want to break 4 hours in the marathon. I think I can run X pace for this race… but what about non-time based goals? Are there other ways to set goals for your races? Is there a benefit to setting non-time based goals? Time goals are great for figuring out about what pace you want to run for the race, but what if you have a rocky day. You don't want to feel like a failure if you don't hit an arbitrary time goal. YOU PUT IN SO MUCH WORK & already are a big winner! The training is the hardest part of things. You committed to something and worked hard to get there. Race day is a hard day but it is a cherry on top of the training cycle. What did NOT go well! How you want to feel the second half of the race Executing your mental game Finishing is an accomplishment Setting A, B, C, D goals Looking at race history: Happiest race? Slowest race? Funnest race? Most carefree? Most dogs counted?
Finishing up the gospel of John this week, wherein the dominant image is of a beautiful garden, and we're pursuing the question, "How do we receive joy?" --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-foundry-church/message
Jim Rutledge and Matt Hamilton broadcast live from Nakoma Golf Club to help raise money for cystic fibrosis with Revive Restoration. They start the show Overreacting to the Packers blowing a 24-12 lead to the Falcons, and they ask the fans what's most to blame for the blown lead. They also talk about Jordan Love going 0-for-4 passing on his potential game-winning drive to end the game, and they judge how Love looks after eight quarters of the season. Chris Orr joins the show to talk about the Badgers grinding out a 35-14 win against Georgia Southern, why Wisconsin has gotten out to slow starts in all three of its nonconference games, and he previews the team's first Big Ten game versus Purdue on Friday.
Finishing our "I AM" series, Brennen preaches from John 8 about how Jesus is the light of the world. Not only is Jesus the light, but he also calls us to be the light. How does light show up in the scriptures? How can we live as the light? Why does our world need light? Message Delivered: 9/17/23
Today, we talk about late season races and post-race strategy for getting stronger and faster. The tendency is to get right back at it, but it's better to step back and peel the onion a little to figure out the best way to improve. The off season is a time for regrouping, re-focusing and being a little creative in your quest to get better in manageable ways. The goal is to really find joy in training so it becomes something you look forward to. You can't do it all right now and the good news is, there is time. Time to do what you enjoy. Time to build unshakeable confidence while balancing all the other things in your life. You don't have to do the Ironman dishes right now. Step back and focus on things that you enjoy. Get stronger and better without regret and disdain. Don't trust all your feelings right now. You've gained a lot this year, and now you can create a re-start that energizes you and makes you stronger and faster next year. It's a process, and we can only live on “fake belief” for so long. Topics: We all have our addictions . . . How do we get better? A case of “the buts” Robbie's post-race notes Lewis Litt Dax Bakken - GoFund Me link for his family - https://www.gofundme.com/f/dax-bakken Sam Laidlow post NICE interview Doing things that we love Not living our best lives We can't “what if” Getting ahead of your late season race When can we talk about next year? Finding time to re-energize The sky is falling Never felt this good in my life Finishing bone dry Peeling back the onion Start right now Sometimes things don't link up What seems reasonable? Building your continuum Picking the right race and time of year A creative off season Start at the end and work backwards Marathons “I gotta do it now” Our training plans Staying in the game Stop and do nothing for a minute Don't have “fake belief” Undeniable-under-the-radar confidence Coaching Inquiries Mike Tarrolly - CrushingIron@gmail.com Robbie Bruce - C26Coach@gmail.com www.c26triathlon.com
Finishing our week with some of the latest articles from Writer Dean Weingarten out of Ammoland.com. Lock N Load is presented by; Aero Precision https://aeroprecisionusa.com Modern Gun School https://mgs.edu Ace Firearms http://www.acefirearms.com DeSantis Holsters https://www.desantisholster.com Staccato http://staccato2011.com Taran Tactical Innovations https://tarantacticalinnovations.com Spikes Tactical https://www.spikestactical.com Chambers Custom https://chamberscustom.com/ Federal Ammunition https://www.federalpremium.com/ Primary Arms https://www.primaryarms.com/
University of North Texas (UNT) Coordinator of Percussion Studies Mark Ford returns to talk about getting his undergrad music education degree from East Carolina University (ECU) (03:00), getting his Master's Degree from UNT and following with teaching stints at Murray State (KY) and Middle Tennessee State (10:10), his years teaching at ECU, working with Christopher Deane, the high level NC programs being built in the 1980s and 1990s, and developing Musicon Publications after acquiring the musical rights to Innovative Percussion's catalog (31:30), and finishing with the Random Ass Questions, with segments on new percussion literature, great films, classics of Polish literature, the Green Bay Packers, and driving the wrong direction in California for PASIC (48:35).Finishing with a Rave on the 1993 film Dazed and Confused and the 2018 podcast The Rewatchables: Dazed and Confused (01:20:30).Mark Ford Links:Part 1 with Mark FordMark Ford's UNT webpageMark Ford's Innovative Percussion WebpagePrevious Podcast Guests mentioned:Cort McClaren in 2022Other Links:Harold JonesRobert SchietromaJack Stamp“Sonata for Timpani” - John H. Beck“Two Movements for Marimba” - Toshimitsu Tanaka“Two Mexican Dances” - Gordon StoutConcertino for Marimba and Orchestra - Paul CrestonConcerto for Marimba - Robert KurkaTim PetermanChris CrockarellRow-Loff ProductionsErik JohnsonMassie JohnsonChristopher Deane“Etude for a Quiet Hall” - Christopher DeaneJon MetzgerRon Fink#Marimbababy - Mark FordMusicon Publications“Head Talk” - Mark FordWe're the Millers trailerThis is Spinal Tap trailerAnd There Was Light - Jon MeachemJohn Adams - David McCulloughThe Doll - Boleslaw PrusLearning to Listen: The Jazz Journey of Gary Burton - An Autobiography - Gary BurtonKeiko Abe: A Virtuosic Life - Rebecca KiteBob BeckerTony McCutcheonRaves:Dazed and Confused trailerThe Rewatchables - Dazed and Confused
Finishing our week with some of the latest articles from Writer Dean Weingarten out of Ammoland.com.Lock N Load is presented by; Aero Precisionhttps://aeroprecisionusa.comModern Gun Schoolhttps://mgs.edu Ace Firearmshttp://www.acefirearms.comDeSantis Holstershttps://www.desantisholster.comStaccatohttp://staccato2011.comTaran Tactical Innovationshttps://tarantacticalinnovations.comSpikes Tacticalhttps://www.spikestactical.comChambers Customhttps://chamberscustom.com/Federal Ammunitionhttps://www.federalpremium.com/Primary Armshttps://www.primaryarms.com/
Oh my goodness, it's This is my Bourbon Podcast, BACK with another episode all about bourbon! And whiskey! And finishing said whiskey in bizarre barrels or whatever and whether or not it's gone too far! Eric and Perry (hello again, it's me, I'm doing the typing) try to surmise and summarize the current state of whiskey finishing and make a small callout asking for some help on a future episode. Then, they (we) get into a review of the Parker's Heritage 17th Edition, 128.8 proof Cask Strength Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey. It's one for the history books, y'all! Don't miss it. Enjoy. Become a patron of the show at http://www.patreon.com/mybourbonpodcast Send us an email with questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org Check out all of our merch and apparel: http://bourbonshop.threadless.com/ Leave us a message for Barrel Rings at (859) 428-8253 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mybourbonpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mybourbonpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mybourbonpod/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thisismybourbonpodcast Amazon Affiliate Glencairn Link PayPal, if you feel so inclined: PayPal.me/pritter1492
Timmy B is a Canadian combat sports commentator and podcaster. He is a co-host for the ever-popular podcast "Fight in Sight." His breakdown on MMA, fight predictions training, and all things combat sports is well-documented. 00:44 - Sean Strickland: wow, what were the odds? 12:15 - Show and win money vs being paid up front, and stalled fights against the cage 20:46 - What's next for Izzy (Izzy Adesanya)? 28:18 - The love/hate triangle: what's next for O'Malley, Sterling and Merab 33:05 - What is your favorite division, right now? 34:37 - Lightning round: We love Bobby Green 37:58 - Will Conor fight again? 45:10 - Haters vs hater creators, feeding trolls vs letting them vent 50:04 - Lightnig Round: Who does Leon Edwards fight next? 1:00:16 - Magomed Ankalaev stuck in limbo? Plus, Anthony Smith 1:05:59 - Keeping up with 1-FC, and the power of fighters who can speak English 1:12:33 - Who is your GOAT? (NOTE: prisoner of the moment answers lol) 1:21:40 - Should fighters be obligated to take a fight if their opponenet misses weight? 1:26:56 - Finishing rates before they become champ vs after they become champ 1:31:26 - Rapid questions round
In this episode, I am sharing 10 must-have craft supplies and tools for finishing your cross stitch projects off. Read the blog post/see the photos here: https://hannahhandmakes.com/blogs/10-must-have-craft-supplies-tools-for-finishing/ You can join the House Flip SAL here: https://hannahhandmakes.lpages.co/house-flip-2023-stitch-along-small-page
Sety at Abydos (Part 4). Finishing our tour of Sety's Great Temple at Abydos, we explore a few more sanctuaries and facilities. Then, we discuss the monument overall. Sety invested huge resources into his building projects at Abydos, and these monuments connect to some truly ancient traditions. What were the King's priorities, what was he trying to achieve? Photos of monuments described in this episode: Sety's Temple: Kairoinfo4u. Sety's Temple: Wikimedia. Chapel of Ramesses I: Metropolitan Museum of Art. Umm el-Qa'ab, pottery sherds from ancient offerings: Soloegipto. Descriptions and excavation reports: Caulfeild, Temple of the Kings at Abydos, 1902: Internet Archive and Heidelberg University. Calverley, The Temple of King Sethos I at Abydos, in four volumes. Volume I, The Chapels of Osiris, Isis, and Horus (1933); Volume II, The Chapels of Amen-Re, Re-Harakhti, Ptah, and King Sethos (1935); Volume III, The Osiris Complex (1938); Volume IV, The Second Hypostyle Hall (1958). All volumes available in PDF at The University of Chicago. Texts: K. A. Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions Translated and Annotated: Translations Volume I: Ramesses I, Sethos I and Contemporaries (Second Publication edn, 2017). Interpreting the temple complex and adjacent facilities: David, Temple Ritual at Abydos (2018). O'Connor, Abydos: Egypt's First Pharaohs and the Cult of Osiris (2009). Verner, Temple of the World: Sanctuaries, Cults, and Mysteries of Ancient Egypt (2013). Additional details and sources: Date: c.1300 BCE—1292 BCE. Music intro and interludes: Luke Chaos. Music outro: Ancient Lyric. Sistrum interludes: Tahya / Hathor Systrum. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Maui is still in the news, because they are starved for tourist dollars. Why? Because right after the Lahaina fire, they said, “Stay away!” Well, people did, and now businesses are hurting, and people are losing their jobs. Good job, people who knee-jerk in reaction to something instead of thinking things through. Also: Oprah and The Rock promoted a charity, and it turns out the organization has some awfully high overhead. Up next, diamonds: they're still a thing for some reason. We've known forever that they're a scam, an industry of plenty controlled by one company that artificially inflates the price, so why do people keep falling for the ruse? Well, maybe the tide is turning, because prices are dropping. (And that's a good thing.) Finishing up: an idiot wants to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a hamster wheel, but for some reason the Coast Guard keeps arresting him, and Kim Kardashian pays tribute to the late, great singer of Smash Mouth, Steve Harwell. Idiots on Parade: we mock the news, so you don't have to. #podcast #news #currentevents #humor #funny Find Jake @jakevevera Find nathan: https://nathantimmel.com/
Are you ready to finish the year strong? This week, we're diving into one of our all-time favorite topics: mastering the 4th quarter! Laura and I share our PROVEN strategies to set you up for success and help you achieve your goals. The final quarter is your chance to reflect on the past year, plan your next moves, and gear up for an amazing new year ahead. Let's make it count! Stay Connected: Prefer to watch our episodes instead of listening? Subscribe to our YouTube channel by searching Be the CEO of Your Life and Business Podcast. Follow us on Instagram: @catinamaralaw Like our Facebook Page: Catina and Mara, PLLC Disclaimer: The information contained in this post is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls and communications. Contacting us, however, does not create an attorney-client relationship.
Chase Priskie joined the boys to catch up and discuss his First NHL Games with the Florida Panthers, Tight group in Charlotte, Finishing this season strong with San Diego, LinkedIN, fresh contract with the Washington Capitals, LLC's, and much more. "How you do anything is how you do everything" Huge thanks to Chase for taking the time out of his day to shoot it with the boys. This guy GETS IT.
Sym Blanchard is a 70-year-old thru-hiker who completed America's Triple Crown hike in 2023! He's section-hiked all the sections of the Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail, and the Continental Divide Trail! Sorry that the audio quality is mediocre. Future episodes are better! 00:00 Finishing the Triple Crown 01:30 Israeli Trail 04:20 When age slows your hiking down 11:20 Rating trails Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRTp-5znY5I Previous episodes featuring Sym Listen to my first interview with Sym. Connect with Sym Blanchard on Facebook and Instagram. More info To leave an anonymous voicemail that I could use on the podcast, go to SpeakPipe.com/FTapon You can post comments, ask questions, and sign up for my newsletter at http://wanderlearn.com. If you like this podcast, subscribe and share! On social media, my username is always FTapon. Connect with me on: Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Tiktok LinkedIn Pinterest Tumblr My Patrons sponsored this show! Claim your monthly reward by becoming a patron at http://Patreon.com/FTapon Rewards start at just $2/month! Affiliate links Start your podcast with my company, Podbean, and get one month free! In the USA, I recommend trading crypto with Kraken. Outside the USA, trade crypto with Binance and get 5% off your trading fees! For backpacking gear, buy from Gossamer Gear.
Ed Egros and Erin Hawksworth finish breaking down how they're betting the Week #1 NFL Card with thoughts on Cowboys/ Giants, Bills/ Jets and the rest of the Week #1 slate. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's the Alpha sport baybeeeeee! Man what an episode! We are joined by our brothers in #theUnion ! We start out with our coverage of EVERY game involving the AP Top 25 for week 1 and week 2! A huge matchup in Texas for coach Prime and the Buffalos. Texas looking to get the job done in Alabama this coming week! Our live Fantasy Football draft you all get to hear live! Finishing out with EVERYTHING you need to hear in the NFL for week 1. It's the alpha sport baby! Let's lock in!
Sarah Boone is charged with second-degree murder in the death of her boyfriend, Jorge Torres Jr., who died after being zipped inside a suitcase.We finish up the interrogation video in today's epsidoe.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/PrettyLiesAndAlibis20% off with code SHERLOCKMerch: prettyliesandalibis.myshopify.comDonate:PayPal - email@example.comVenmo - @prettyliesalibisBuy Me A Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/prettyliesrCash App- PrettyliesandalibisThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4447192/advertisement
University of North Texas Coordinator of Percussion Studies Mark Ford stops by to talk about meeting folks at PASIC, his percussion responsibilities and the challenges of the job, how Grad Assistants factor in, and dealing with over 200 juries (03:05), getting into composing and the “Head Talk” pretuned heads (25:20), his time as Percussive Arts Society President, moving headquarters to Indianapolis, and “Jocks vs. Drummers” (37:40), and growing up in Virginia, his marching background and coming from a family of artists (46:00).Finishing with a Rave on the TV Series Origins of Hip Hop (59:30).Mark Ford Links:Mark's UNT HomepageMark's Innovative Percussion pagePrevious podcast guests mentioned:Dave Hall in 2020Lauren Teel in 2017Other links:UNT Percussion FacultyDame Evelyn GlennieBob SchietromaRon FinkChristopher DeanePaul Rennick and Santa Clara VanguardMichael CrawfordEugene CorporanAndy TrachselAlan Baylock“Head Talk” - Mark Ford“Stubernic” - Mark FordErik JohnsonConcerto for Marimba and Wind Ensemble - Mark Ford“Renfro” - Mark FordJack Stamp“Stubernic Fantasy” - Mark Ford“Afta-Stuba!” - Mark Ford“Polaris” - Mark FordJames Lambert“ESPN Bows to Offended Drummers” - NPRHarold JonesDavid GaribaldiLeigh Howard StevensRaves:Origins of Hip Hop TV Series
A report from Daily Herald writer John Dietz says that Patrick Kane would have interest joining Alex DeBrincat in Detroit after he recovers from injury. But would Detroit want him? Finishing up our prospect expectations for William Wallinder, Albert Johansson, Carter Mazur and Cross Hanas. #lgrw Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
One is hooping in gyms with younger teammates around Memphis. The other is being critiques as a "big" in name only for Team USA. Both Ja Morant and Jaren Jackson Jr. are putting in work this Summer in preparation for their Grizzlies seasons. How will Ja Morant's time with his teammates help him grow off the court? Is it time to move on from Jaren Jackson Jr. - center of the future? Hosts Joe Mullinax and Damichael Cole discuss that and more on this episode of Locked on Grizzlies! Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Wisconsin hits the road to face Washington State. Zach and Jesse discuss the Badgers memories from last year's loss, the challenge of defending quarterback Cam Ward, the #Badgers intense focus on finishing games and more. Last year's game on Wisconsin's mind (1:06) QB Cam Ward a huge challenge (4:57) Luke Fickell's ‘delusional expectations' (7:48) The lack of stacked boxes in Game 1 (14:40) Finishing 4th quarter games a focus (17:33)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris Chavez and Kyle Merber speak with Cole Hocker after he finished 7th in a personal best of 3:30.70 at the 2023 World Athletics Championships 1500m final. Hocker discusses what he learned from another fast global championship final and the experience he's taking into 2024. This year was not without its own set of hardships for Hocker as he missed the first four months of the year due to Achilles injuries but worked his way back to finish second at the U.S. Outdoor Championships. Hosts: Chris Chavez and Kyle Merber Guest: Cole Hocker CITIUS MAG's coverage of the 2023 World Athletics Championships is powered by ASICS. CITIUS MAG LIVE AT WORLDS: The show will air on the CITIUS MAG YouTube Channel between the morning and evening sessions of competition (Every day at 8 a.m. EST in the U.S.). CHAMPS CHATS ON THE CITIUS MAG PODCAST DAILY: The CITIUS MAG team of Chris, Kyle, David McCarthy, Jasmine Todd and Katelyn Hutchison will unpack all of the day's biggest surprises and offer up their insights and analysis from being at the new National Athletics Centre and interviewing athletes each day. The podcast recording will be streamed on YouTube at the end of every day and will also be available on The CITIUS MAG Podcast feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to shows. DAILY CITIUS MAG NEWSLETTER: David Melly will recap all of the biggest moments, highlighting his must-watch athletes and events for each day while also pulling together some of our best content, photos and social moments that the CITIUS MAG team captures.
“I think my very initial emotions straight after the race was one of a little bit of disappointment. I really backed myself this championship to come in and felt for once I was coming onto the global stage thinking, ‘I have a chance at a medal' so I was going to grasp that with both hands. I was a little disappointed but after chatting with my team around me, it will settle and I'll realize just how phenomenal fourth in the world really is…It's definitely sinking in and I'm very proud of that fourth place finish. Sometimes that's nice. It's a little fire in the belly for next year.” Irish 1500m record holder Ciara Mageean joins Kyle Merber and David McCarthy after finishing in 4th place at the 2023 World Athletics Championships 1500m final. She came a long way from being in a boot in January to contending for her first global medal. Last year, she earned silver medals in the 1500m at the Commonwealth Games and European Championships. This season, she broke the Irish mile record at the Monaco Diamond League. Hosts: Kyle Merber and David McCarthy Guest: Ciara Mageean CITIUS MAG's coverage of the 2023 World Athletics Championships is powered by ASICS. CITIUS MAG LIVE AT WORLDS: The show will air on the CITIUS MAG YouTube Channel between the morning and evening sessions of competition (Every day at 8 a.m. EST in the U.S.). CHAMPS CHATS ON THE CITIUS MAG PODCAST DAILY: The CITIUS MAG team of Chris, Kyle, David McCarthy, Jasmine Todd and Katelyn Hutchison will unpack all of the day's biggest surprises and offer up their insights and analysis from being at the new National Athletics Centre and interviewing athletes each day. The podcast recording will be streamed on YouTube at the end of every day and will also be available on The CITIUS MAG Podcast feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to shows. DAILY CITIUS MAG NEWSLETTER: David Melly will recap all of the biggest moments, highlighting his must-watch athletes and events for each day while also pulling together some of our best content, photos and social moments that the CITIUS MAG team captures.
Let's practice our new vocabulary in context! We'll use some real-life Spanish sentences to explore how all our new verbs integrate in Spanish conversation. Want FREE access to all of our learning materials, including videos, dialogues, and quizzes? Head over to www.spanishinonemonth.com. For additional resources beyond the 12 free Spanish lessons mentioned above, visit us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/@learncraftspanish/videos
Chris Chavez and Kyle Merber sit down with Keira D'Amato a day after she competed in the 2023 World Athletics Championships marathon, where she finished 17th overall in 2:31:35 in scorching conditions. She was dealing with pain in her right leg but decided to finish the race for her kids, who were watching at home. We unpack the race, discuss her thoughts on the 2024 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials and more. Hosts: Chris Chavez and Kyle Merber Guest: Keira D'Amato CITIUS MAG's coverage of the 2023 World Athletics Championships is powered by ASICS. CITIUS MAG LIVE AT WORLDS: The show will air on the CITIUS MAG YouTube Channel between the morning and evening sessions of competition (Every day at 8 a.m. EST in the U.S.). CHAMPS CHATS ON THE CITIUS MAG PODCAST DAILY: The CITIUS MAG team of Chris, Kyle, David McCarthy, Jasmine Todd and Katelyn Hutchison will unpack all of the day's biggest surprises and offer up their insights and analysis from being at the new National Athletics Centre and interviewing athletes each day. The podcast recording will be streamed on YouTube at the end of every day and will also be available on The CITIUS MAG Podcast feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to shows. DAILY CITIUS MAG NEWSLETTER: David Melly will recap all of the biggest moments, highlighting his must-watch athletes and events for each day while also pulling together some of our best content, photos and social moments that the CITIUS MAG team captures.
Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden link up to discuss the Steelers preseason finale and what happened on cut day before dishing out superlatives and awards to Pittsburgh teammates and coaches. Finally, the guys have to make a college football bet involving their alma maters. (0:45) Awards (1:30) Preseason Week 3 reaction (15:30) Cut day (25:40) Steelers Superlatives (42:00) LSU vs. FSU All Things Covered' is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Visit the All Things Covered YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/allthingscovered You can listen to All Things Covered on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast." To purchase All Things Covered merch, visit: https://paramountshop.com/collections/all-things-covered Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AllThingsCoveredPod Follow Pat on Instagram and Twitter Follow BMac on Instagram and Twitter Follow All Things Covered on Instagram and Twitter and TikTok Produced by: @E_DeBerardinis For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chris Chavez and Kyle Merber chat it up with U.S. champion Yared Nuguse after his 5th place finish at the 2023 World Athletics Championships. He shares what he learned from the race, how he managed to find consistency in his first full season as a pro, how he manages to remain so chill regardless of the outcome + much more. Hosts: Chris Chavez and Kyle Merber Guest: Yared Nuguse CITIUS MAG's coverage of the 2023 World Athletics Championships is powered by ASICS. CITIUS MAG LIVE AT WORLDS: The show will air on the CITIUS MAG YouTube Channel between the morning and evening sessions of competition (Every day at 8 a.m. EST in the U.S.). CHAMPS CHATS ON THE CITIUS MAG PODCAST DAILY: The CITIUS MAG team of Chris, Kyle, David McCarthy, Jasmine Todd and Katelyn Hutchison will unpack all of the day's biggest surprises and offer up their insights and analysis from being at the new National Athletics Centre and interviewing athletes each day. The podcast recording will be streamed on YouTube at the end of every day and will also be available on The CITIUS MAG Podcast feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to shows. DAILY CITIUS MAG NEWSLETTER: David Melly will recap all of the biggest moments, highlighting his must-watch athletes and events for each day while also pulling together some of our best content, photos and social moments that the CITIUS MAG team captures.
Finishing on our first ever Roman tragedy... Seneca's Medea is bigger and badder and absolutely willing to commit violence on stage... Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I would be were I referencing the real thing. Sources: Seneca's Medea, Oxford Classics edition translated by Emily Wilson; Seneca's Medea translated by Frank Justus Miller. Check out the Spotify playlist on past episodes featuring Medea and Jason, including the story that leads to when this play takes place. Attributions and licensing information for music used in the podcast can be found here: mythsbaby.com/sources-attributions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.