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The Upreneur podcast has partnered up with SCORE, hosted by Jeremy Straub, to help bring engaging conversations with today's top leaders and business owners. In today's episode, we spoke with Kate Westad, Founder of Palette by Pak, to discuss how she was able to remove "fillers" in her life to achieve her goals, how the skills you learn from your W2 job are transferable, and how your perspectives and experinces can create solutions! Kate Westad is the founder of Palette by Pak and the inventor of a new to market product called Palette®️ The Original High Fiver. This litigation attorney and mom of four had been dreaming up inventions for years when she became obsessed with the idea of The Original High Fiver, the world's first beauty reusable for all your goops, glops, and glam!As a solo female-founded company, Palette by Pak has come out of the gate as an innovative startup, creating modern sustainable solutions for beauty and personal care. The company's first invention and hero product, The Original High Fiver, allows you to take your favorite skin care, beauty, and personal care products from full-size to on-the-go size in seconds — all while skipping the tiny plastics. Washable, reusable, and refillable, the High Fiver is the smart beauty and personal care tool you have been searching for your whole life! Plus, it is a product you'll love and one that loves our world right back.Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/palettebypakInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/palettebypak/Websitehttps://www.palettebypak.comThank you for listening, and don't forget to share, rate, and subscribe!If you enjoyed today's episode and want to stay up to date with new upcoming episodes, subscribe to our podcast. Please rate and comment on what your favorite moments from the podcast were, or who you would like for us to how on our show. If you found value from these podcasts, consider sharing this with your friend and family! Don't forget to Like, Subscribe and Rate our podcast!You can also follow us on our social media.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/u_preneur/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/upreneurpodcast/Website:https://upreneur.com
Extreme ECW Live Cast: HCTV 94 & 95 - Feb 7 & 14, 1995 This is an exclusive episode. To get more episodes of the Extreme ECW Live Cast, Subscribe to the $5 tier on the Booking the Territory Patreon at patreon.com/bookingtheterritory This week Mike Pru & JV will be covering ECW HCTV 94 & 95 from February 7 & 14, 1995. These episodes will cover matches from the February 4, 1995 ECW Arena Show, Mike P & JV will be watching and discussing the following: The Pitbulls & Jason the Terrible vs. The Young Dragons & Hack Myers (02/04/95 - Double Tables) Chris Benoit vs. Al Snow (02/04/95 - Double Tables) Mikey Whipwreck vs. Paul Lauria (02/04/95 - Double Tables) Cactus Jack vs. The Sandman (From 01/14/95 - Fort Lauderdale, Florida) Promos from Jason, Chris Benoit, The Sandman & Woman, Paul E. Dangerously, & Paul Lauria Please remember to send us feedback and thoughts on the show to the twitter feeds listed below or email firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us at the following Please Follow on Twitter Plugs, Facebook Page, @MPRU83 @JOHNVANDAMAGE @ExtremeCast Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/37842d76-7db1-4382-af56-9da83c8657ff This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
In today's jumbo-sized episode (we tried y'all), we celebrate all things infrastructure with reviews for Fort Lauderdale and Miami, as well as Central Maine Power. We also lose our fucking minds a little. FREE PUB TRIVIA made by ME this FRIDAY at 7:00 PST, twitch.tv/criticeveryone. Chill to join, no login needed, just pull up the quiz site and enjoy 6 rounds of utter madness with some fellow listeners. If you like the show, PLEASE TELL A FRIEND? That's our advertising for the moment. Buy our shirts and cups: https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/CriticEveryone/ Yell at us: email@example.com Tweet at us: @CriticEveryone Allow conspiracies to fester with us: Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/Everyones-a-Critic-2327696304154655/ Listen to the other great shows on our network: https://xraypod.com/ I did really hug Tommy Wiseau once.
The Upreneur podcast has partnered up with SCORE, hosted by Jeremy Straub, to help bring engaging conversations with today's top leaders and business owners. In today's episode, we spoke with Mike Colavita, Chief Glass Enthusiast & Co-Founder of Fat Buddha Glass, to discuss how he and his partner were able to turn their passion project, that started in their garage, into a business, how sacrifices in the short term let to long term reward in the future and how sometimes doing the opposite of what your mentor recommends can benefit you!Mike is the Chief Glass Enthusiast & Co-Founder of Fat Buddha Glass. Driven not only by the need to be successful as an entrepreneur, but to also be happy along the way, Mike takes great pride in providing the best possible experience for both customers, team members, family and himself. Four years ago, he and his best friend of 35 years were working out of their basement in Gaithersburg, MD. Today, they are part of the Inc. 5000, a prestigious list of the fastest-growing, privately held companies in the United States.Being a successful entrepreneur and a cannabis advocate he is passionate about ending the stigma that cannabis users are labeled with. He loves talking about business, cars, sports, family, and anything that brings a smile to someone's face.Well known for the unique, memorable glass pipes and bongs that touch every facet of pop culture, retailer Fat Buddha Glass achieved 1,036% 3-Year growth in their short four-year existence. Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/fatbuddhaglass/Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/fatbuddhaglass/?hl=enWebsitehttps://fatbuddhaglass.com/Pinteresthttps://www.pinterest.com/fatbuddhaglass/_created/Youtubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/FatbuddhaglassThank you for listening, and don't forget to share, rate, and subscribe!If you enjoyed today's episode and want to stay up to date with new upcoming episodes, subscribe to our podcast. Please rate and comment on what your favorite moments from the podcast were, or who you would like for us to how on our show. If you found value from these podcasts, consider sharing this with your friend and family! Don't forget to Like, Subscribe and Rate our podcast!You can also follow us on our social media.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/u_preneur/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/upreneurpodcast/Website:https://upreneur.com
This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview John Uusta of Kelley | Uustal (https://kelleyuustal.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review New! Watch GTP on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKdeO4IodggpSLyhWVdcWKw Episode Details: John Uustal, a founding partner of Kelley | Uustal in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, discusses how he refused to accept the findings of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, engineering experts, firefighters and police officers and instead pursued justice for a 3-year-old girl who was badly burned by a defective pressure cooker. On September 14, 2015, toddler Samantha Gonzalez was being bathed by her grandmother in the kitchen sink when a Vasconia Aluminum 8 Quart Pressure Cooker on the nearby stove began to malfunction and opened under pressure, spraying scalding liquid onto the child. Sixty percent of Samantha's body was covered in second and third-degree burns, resulting in the loss of a leg, hand and all her fingers. The manufacturer, Lifetime Brands, denied any defect and instead blamed Samantha's grandmother for the tragic incident. John and his legal team discovered a major corporate cover-up when older models, unlike the newer models that had been used for testing, were found to have a defective lid-locking system that made them unsafe for use on stoves with higher temperatures higher than 2,000 watts. Despite knowledge of the design flaw, Lifetime Brands never issued a recall or a warning to consumers and instead quietly made design adjustments in newer models. On November 6, 2018, a Broward County, Florida Circuit Court Judge approved a $27 million settlement in favor of the plaintiff, resulting in one of the largest recoveries ever obtained in the U.S. for a consumer product design defect. Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents Guest Bios: John Uustal: John Uustal is a founding partner of the Kelley | Uustal law firm in Fort Lauderdale. Uustal leads a team of fourteen elite trial lawyers, who have won some of the largest verdicts in the country. He limits his own practice to a small number of “cases that can't be won for families that can't afford to lose.” He has taken on some of the most complex and difficult legal cases of our time. His successes have resulted in safer fuel tanks, safer seat belts, safer medical care, and safer equipment for firefighters. That success has earned him some powerful enemies. A car company promised to bankrupt him, he was attacked and maligned by Big Tobacco, and he was threatened in Argentina after antagonizing government officials who had been complicit in Argentina's dirty war. He has won every case he has tried against tobacco companies. He has won every one of his cases involving keyless ignition defects. He has been named Product Liability Lawyer of the Year by America's Best Lawyers, awarded the Most Effective Lawyer for Product Liability by the Daily Business Review, and has been interviewed and chronicled by national newspapers and television news programs. The day after John Uustal started law school, Hurricane Andrew tore through the University of Miami, destroyed parts of the city, and shut down the school. Once the campus and surrounding areas reopened, his first-year class was forced to complete a full year of law school in much less time. For months they studied law at a ridiculous pace under tremendous pressure while living without electricity or phone service and at the same time struggling to help those still in need. At the end of that school year – with all its impossible demands and incredible responsibility - Mr. Uustal ranked first in the entire student body and had earned the Book Award for the highest grade in the class in every single class that year. He turned his attention to trial skills and was prosecuting criminals in Miami courtrooms even before he graduated. He earned what was reportedly the highest score in the entire state on the Florida Bar Examination. In his first few years of practice he obtained a $51 million verdict trying a car crash case himself, helped make national news when he discovered a massive corporate scheme to cover-up the real reason that people were burning alive in General Motors vehicles, and tried cases across the country. Mr. Uustal now handles incredibly complex and difficult cases against the best defense attorneys in the world. His successes have resulted in safer fuel tanks, safer seat belts, safer medical care, and safer equipment for firefighters and paramedics. His most prominent recent cases have been against companies that knowingly sell dangerously defective products. He represented a young girl who was severely burned when a pressure cooker malfunctioned and won one of the largest recoveries ever in the entire country; and this was on a case that other lawyers rejected. He handled cases involving keyless ignition defects that killed people in their homes and won every case. He was so infuriated by the refusal of automobile companies to fix their vehicles in the ways their own engineers specified that he worked with the New York Times on a comprehensive story of the defect, which led to hearings in the U.S. Senate. He has won every case he has tried against tobacco manufacturers, who have been selling dangerous products for decades. He has been named Product Liability Lawyer of the Year by America's Best Lawyers, Awarded the Most Effective Lawyer for Product Liability by the Daily Business Review, and has been interviewed and chronicled by national newspapers and television news programs. His work has also earned him some powerful enemies. A car company promised to bankrupt him, he was attacked and maligned by Big Tobacco, and he was threatened in Argentina after antagonizing government officials who had been complicit in Argentina's dirty war. His firm is organized specifically so that it can withstand such intimidation. The words of Clarence Darrow, painted on the walls, create clarity in every decision that requires sacrifice: “I have lived my life, and I have fought my battles, against power. I have asked no odds from them, and I never will.” Mr. Uustal limits his practice to representing families who have suffered catastrophic injuries or wrongful death, even when other attorneys say the case can't be won. With truly devastating injuries, the difference between a good recovery and a great recovery may be all the difference in the world. To make that kind of difference he can only handle a few cases at a time. There is no other way. Clients have called him “the real deal”; “an old-school fighter” who “cared about us as people first.” Mr. Uustal grew up in Fort Lauderdale. His mother was a teacher, his father was a coach, and he saw the real impact they each had on so many young lives. He coaches competitive soccer for Fort Lauderdale Select, and he finds opportunities to coach in the law as well. He believes that it is important to freely give his time advising, assisting and teaching other attorneys who ask for help. He gives lectures across the country and teaches trial skills. Read Full Bio Here Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2
Choosing the right contractors with Scott Kidd as he talks about closing on a 187-unit apartment complex in Columbus, Ohio.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterFor more educational content, visit our website at www.diaryofanapartmentinvestor.comInterested in investing with Four Oaks Capital? First step is to schedule a call with us. ----Scott KiddScott Kidd has over 25 years of maritime experience, including new builds, refits, project management and yacht managment. He is a licensed USCG Master of 1600 US tonnage / 3000 international all oceans. With a background in IT and a strong mechanical background in maritime, transportation, machinery and heavy equipment. Scott Kidd is very positive and energetic. His cruising includes the Mediterranean, Gulf Coast including Mexico, Great Lakes, Atlantic Canada to Florida, Caribbean, Bahamas and South China Sea, onboard vessels of many types and sizes. Scott Kidd has been a real estate investor for the past 10 years, and recently moved into the Multi-family apartment space. In the past 6 months he has invested as a Limited Partner in a 187 unit apartment in the Colombus, Ohio area along with a 13 unit apartment in the Daytona area, and an 8 unit apartment in the West Palm Beach area. The limited partnership is a syndication and the two smaller deals are Joint Ventures. He also runs a meetup group called Yachtie Real Estate Investors in Fort Lauderdale. firstname.lastname@example.org://www.facebook.com/groups/212640527139275/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrB5QxaDmVSb-kBu6BzgGwg ----Your host, Brian Briscoe, is a co-founder and principal in the real estate investing firm Four Oaks Capital. He and his team currently have 629 units worth $36 million in assets under management and are continuing to grow. He will retire as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps in 2021. Learn more about him and the Four Oaks team at www.fouroakscapital.com or contact him at email@example.com - be sure to let him know where you found him.Connect with him on LinkedIn or Facebook.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv> Check out our multifamily investing community!> The Tribe of Titans> Get exclusive access to the Four Oaks Team!> Find it at https://www.thetribeoftitans.info^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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Miller Construction Company is looking at a lot of development opportunities for last-mile distribution projects in the Fort Lauderdale area to accommodate the rise of e-commerce, which has been accelerated by the pandemic. Among the ongoing challenges for the construction sector are availability of land, rising costs, and supply chain disruptions, President Brian Sudduth told Invest:Insights. Effective communication is key in navigating some of these challenges, he said. He also noted that despite the pandemic-led disruption, the future of e-commerce and the industrial sector looks bright for 2022. For more information about our interviewee, visit: https://www.millerconstruction.com Register to read all Capital Analytics reports for free: https://www.capitalanalyticsassociate...
The Upreneur podcast has partnered up with SCORE, hosted by Jeremy Straub, to help bring engaging conversations with today's top leaders and business owners. In today's episode, we spoke with Luis Gazitua, CEO of JAG insurance, about how to be successful with your friends, the difference between building and chasing a business, and how your goal as a leader long term is to find someone to replace you!Luis Gazitua developed an incredible work ethic thanks to his family building one of South Florida's most recognizable restaurant chains. That work ethic coupled with his ability to simplify even the most complex insurance jargon are what makes him invaluable to his clients. Since forming JAG alongside Douglas Jones and Fernando Alvarez in 2013, he has been determined to redefine the insurance experience. That innovation continues today as he leverages social media to create new business relationships and is now leading the charge in the integration of cryptocurrency within insurance. Learning a stellar work ethic from my family as they build an iconic restaurant chain throughout South Florida, I understand what it takes to build something from the ground up. That type of empathy is what drives my desire to help business owners expand their businesses by guiding them through their risk management needs. At JAG, I've been able to create a company that gives personable service while having the resources of a larger firm. We are well equipped to help any business protect its hard-earned assets.My other passion is showcasing the potential of the insurance industry to younger generations. I think the industry has done a poor job of showing the possibilities of careers insurance can offer. It's my goal to rectify this and get new blood into the industry and JAG be a hub of new talent. Mentorship is the best gift you can give to an industry or a community. That's what JAG wants to offer to all newcomers in our industry.Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/JagInsuranceGroup/Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/jaginsurance/Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/jaginsurance/Websitewww.jaginsgroup.comThank you for listening, and don't forget to share, rate, and subscribe!If you enjoyed today's episode and want to stay up to date with new upcoming episodes, subscribe to our podcast. Please rate and comment on what your favorite moments from the podcast were, or who you would like for us to how on our show. If you found value from these podcasts, consider sharing this with your friend and family! Don't forget to Like, Subscribe and Rate our podcast!You can also follow us on our social media.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/u_preneur/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/upreneurpodcast/Website:https://upreneur.com
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Joyce discusses mini-elections in our state. She talks about Elon Musk's idea to build underground tunnels in Fort Lauderdale. Joyce talks about comments made that $6 million can end world hunger. She talks about the call for transparency in regards to charities. Edward Moser calls in to talk about his book the Lost History of the Capitol." Joyce talks about the real issues suburban families are really worried about and it's not climate change.
Erika called me from outside of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Ericka and her older adopted brother were doing fine with their adoptive parents until the birth of their siblings created an unspoken split between the children. In reunion, Erika's mother was an open book about her experiences as one of the girls who went away, while her adoptive mother was closed to the fact that Erika was actually related to her birth mother, subscribing to the blank slate mentality of the baby scope era. Connecting with her birth father she found a man who always knew about her but didn't realize that he missed her until Erika returned. This is Erika's journey. Support this podcast
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In this conversation I had the privilege to interact with Dr. Kristie Nyugen. She has constantly paved some unconventional paths in her optometry journey. From being a contract optometrist, to an entrepreneur to an influencer she has made her mark in every single role. Some of the episode highlights are: 1. Interesting story about how god guided her to the journey of optometry. 2. Understand the ups and downs of being a contract optometrist. (You dont want to miss out on some amazing negotiation tips and tricks) 3. Learn more about the story behind her beautiful hair and skin care routine4. Learn how adding a "Me Spin" on social media can help you excel and grow your brand& much more... Along with all of the learnings check out our fun "Rapid Fire Segment" to get some interesting insights. Guest Bio: Dr. Nguyen is a board-certified optometrist. She currently serves as a contract doctor for Dr. David Feenstra & Associates in Orlando, FL.After graduating in the top ten of her high school class with honors, she went on to obtain her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Houston in Houston, Texas. While at U of H, she volunteered at a local hospital and worked as an optometric assistant. Dr. Nguyen obtained a Doctorate of Optometry in 2005 from Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She conducted her medical internships at the Chickasaw Nation Health Clinic in Ardmore, Oklahoma and the Lake Mary Eye Care in Lake Mary, Florida. Dr. Nguyen is a member of the American Optometric Association, the Florida Optometric Association, Young ODs of America, OD Divas, Optometry Divas and the Central Florida Optometric Society.Dr. Nguyen has been the Executive Board Member of Optometry Divas for the past 3 years and currently serves as the Lead Orlando Ambassador. She is also a brand ambassador for an independent eyewear brand called Kazoku Lunettes and Director of Business Development for an online optical company called Optazoom. She's the US Ambassador for IMAGINEM magazine and the board member of COOKIE magazine, both of which are optical related. Recently she's partnered with Zeiss. Dr. Nguyen is married and has two beautiful daughters. She enjoys going to the beach, traveling to new places, and readingLinkedIn Profile: Dr. Kristie Nguyen: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drkristie...Follow me on social media to get all the updates:Website: www.nerdyoptometrist.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgLinkedIn: Nerdy OptometristInstagram: nerdyoptometristYoutube: Nerdy OptometristFacebook: Nerdy OptometristTwitter: NerdyOptomWebsite: www.nerdyoptometrist.comEmail: email@example.comMusic courtesy: A. R. Rahman & Bhagirath Bhatt.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/nerdyoptometrist)
Episode # 170 - The Amazing John Waite talks latest release Wooden Heart Acoustic Anthology and so much more! The Amazing John Waite talks latest release Wooden Heart Acoustic Anthology and so much more! Begins a 22 City tour Saturday, October 16th in Fort Lauderdale headlining with Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo. We discuss the track "Change" from his 1st solo album "Ignition" produced by Neil Giraldo with Scandal's Patty Smyth on backing vocals. His Songwriting and Storytelling Performing in small intimate clubs Having great backing vocalists on "Change," "Everytime I Think You," "Isn't It Time," etc. Performing with Alison Krauss and other female artists for duets His love for painting - like the artwork for Wooden Heart. Matchbox 20's Kyle Cook on tour with his band on some shows and so much more! Subscribe to Pat's Soundbytes Unplugged Podcast, Pat's Soundbytes IGTV and Pat's Soundbytes Unplugged - Podcast Radio Show on YouTube for all the interviews and incredible content. Instagram: Pat's Soundbytes Twitter: @PatsSoundbytes Facebook: Patrick Calamari or Pat's Soundbytes Unplugged!! Patreon Page: Pat's Soundbytes
Setlist 1. Caught A Lite Sneeze (12 November 1998 - Rochester, NY) 2. Cruel (10 June 1998 - Den Haag, NET) 3. Siren (22 August 1998 - Fort Lauderdale, FL) 4. Strange (29 April 2003 - New Orleans, LA) 5. Fire on the Side (19 October 1996 - Clearwater, FL)
S3/61: Saving Oceans with Scientist, Mequela Moreno We're talking Oceans, Going Green & everything else environmentalists love with our favorite scientist, Mequela Moreno. CEO & Founder of Environmental Unity Foundation better known as, ENVUF and ENVUF Oceans. Based out of Fort Lauderdale, FL. Mequela is a Master of Science who specializes in Environmental Law. She's passionate about our earth, the oceans and all the things to preserve it. Her passion started out very young just from connecting with animals and being one with nature— Which has grown into a full blown career and movement. Her efforts to build “Neptune” Our Ocean cleaning robot will be one for the books. STAY TUNED to get more information and to see how you can be involved. You can follow Mequela Moreno(@Mequela101) @ENVUF and @_Iamascientist_ on IG/FB Visit the website: www.ENVUF.org to donate to the cause. Get your "I am scientist" T-Shirt online at www.envuf.org TODAY- 50% of proceeds are donated to other scientists to help jumpstart their projects. SUBSCRIBE & FOLLOW US: @thirtygirlpodcast @magicinthismess @luvherkey Facebook,Twitter, Instagram --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thethirtygirl/message
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman sit down with Cadella Marley, Bob Marley's daughter and Global Ambassador for the Jamaican National Women's Football team, and her cousin and business partner Myshjua Allen Murray. They discuss the inaugural Football is Freedom Festival centered around the international friendly in DRV Pink Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, FL between Jamaica and Costa Rica. Marley discusses the mission of the foundation to support the development of women's football in Jamaica, supporting the Reggae Girlz and how to grow women's football in the diaspora. The foundation invests in the wellness of female footballers, getting scholarships and programs to assist Reggae Girlz's retirement, Football is Freedom Tickets: https://www.ticketmaster.com/football-is-freedom-fort-lauderdale-florida-10-24-2021/event/0D005B41906CAEE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Da Black Buffet Podcast we are joined by Diording, who is a music artist that resides in Florida. He works with many artists from Fort Lauderdale, FL and is a big influence on today's youth. Diording stays to help us dish out the Latest topics including “Are prenups a deal breaker”, “Should women who falsely accuse men of rape get sent to jail?!” And many more. Continue to listen all the way to the end for this weeks “Dessert”!
JD and Denise have a fantastic chat with Miami's Marky G, long time disc jockey, host, presenter and the main juggler of all things for the annual LGBTQ+ Film Festivals. We discuss this year's OutShineFilm Festival - going on NOW-and what it means to the community, running for 24 years in Miami and 13 years in Fort Lauderdale. Mark talks about how the festivals have evolved, what you can expect this year and how they've adapted during these Covid times. Denise and Mark reminisce a bit about how Mark gave Denise her start as a presenter over 20 years ago on an FM dance music station Party 93.1 when it was unheard of for a gay radio talk show to be on your radio. To view this show on our YouTube Channel, click this link.
Ian, Austin and Alex discuss the state of MLS officiating, whether or not Inter Miami can move their DPs this offseason and an update on Fort Lauderdale's playoff race. Be sure to follow our pod socials: Twitter: @theheronoutlet Instagram: @theheronoutlet YouTube: The Heron Outlet
Debbie Scaling was desperately looking for help. She had been hired to deliver a luxury yacht, Trashman, to its new owner in Fort Lauderdale. The owner of this sleek 58-foot Alden luxury sailing yacht with a pine-green hull and elegant teak trim, had made his millions in the garbage business, hence naming his new yacht- Trashman. The crew delivering his new toy though? Not so well assembled. www.carouselsnipervictim.com Listen to "The Breakdown" here www.patreon.com/carouselsnipervictim
Scholarly research, poignant memoir, and portraits of life follow the threads of gay culture in the American South, for enlightening takes on celebrated literature, drag clubs, and personal and family experiences.Panelists:Storytelling is the heart and soul of Elizabeth McCain's life. Originally from Mississippi, she is the author of a compelling memoir, A Lesbian Belle Tells OUTrageous Southern Stories of Family, Loss, and Love, an expansion of her award-winning one-woman play. Elizabeth's true tales are about her Mississippi roots, coming out in Washington, DC as a lipstick lesbian, experiencing family rejection, and finding love and belonging. Her stories take readers and audiences on a wild ride through a Southern Belle's life of soul-searching, rule breaking, and truth telling. Elizabeth's mission is to inspire people to share their own stories for personal growth, transformation, and community building. She lives in the Washington, DC area with her spouse, Marie, and their two spoiled dogs. Elizabeth will perform her play in October in Provincetown, MA, for Women's Week. She will also be performing and doing book readings throughout the South soon. www.elizabethmccain.com.John F. Marszalek III is the author of "Coming Out of the Magnolia Closet: Same-Sex Couples in Mississippi" (2020, University Press of Mississippi), named the 2020 Digital Book World Best Nonfiction Book and Best Book Published by a University Press. He is also a host of the podcast Queer Voices of the South on the New Books Network. Before moving back to Mississippi, John lived in Buffalo, NY, Washington, DC, Fort Lauderdale, FL, and New Orleans, LA. John lives with his husband in Starkville, Mississippi.M Shelly Conner is an assistant professor of creative writing at the University of Central Arkansas. She and her wife live on their central Arkansas homestead with their dog Whiskey where she writes about DIY, black queer womanhood, self-sustainable living and their interesting intersections. Her debut novel everyman (Blackstone Publishing) is available for pre-order from all retailers and will be released July 20, 2021.Martin Padgett has an MFA from the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and received a 2019 Lambda Literary Fellowship. He has written for Oxford American, Gravy, Details, and Business Week. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.Phillip "Pip" Gordon was born in Memphis and grew up in West Tennessee. He graduated in 2005 from the University of Tennessee at Martin and holds an MA and PhD from the University of Mississippi where he was awarded the Francis Bell McCool Fellowship for Faulkner Studies. His most recent projects include an essay on the how the 1918 Influenza pandemic influenced Faulkner's writing in the Fall 2020 issue of the Mississippi Quarterly and forthcoming essay on trans studies approaches to Faulkner's works in the Faulkner Journal. He currently lives in Platteville, Wisconsin, where he is an Associate Professor of English and Gay Studies Coordinator for the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Moderator:Jaime Harker is professor of English and the director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies at the University of Mississippi, where she teaches American literature, LGBTQ literature, and gender studies. She is the author of America the Middlebrow: Women's Novels, Progressivism, and Middlebrow Authorship Between the Wars, Middlebrow Queer: Christopher Isherwood in America, The Lesbian South: Southern Feminists, the Women in Print Movement, and the Queer Literary Canon. She is also the founder of Violet Valley Bookstore, a queer feminist bookstore in Water Valley, Mississippi. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comedian & Actor Flip Schultz and Amelia De Vita of BIG 105.9 (M-F, 10a-3p) join the show for a special LIVE recording from ‘The Field – Irish Pub & Eatery' in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Enjoy another LIVE set of Mental Reps! - Hosted by Brian Wright. MentalReps.net - Subscribe, rate, comment and share!
Lisa McGregor, owner of Fort Lauderdale-based Passport Pleasures, a Nexion travel advisor, talks with James Shillinglaw about how she started her luxury travel agency, how she's grown it and what advice she has for her fellow advisors on getting back to business as we emerge from the pandemic. McGregor gave on of the Next Talks at Nexion's recent CoNexion conference in Orlando. For more information, visit www.nexion.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Ian, Austin and Alex had the privilege to chat with the head coach of Fort Lauderdale CF, Darren Powell. They discuss the way they want to develop players for the first team and how important the system they have is to the future. Be sure to follow our pod socials: Twitter: @theheronoutlet Instagram: @theheronoutlet YouTube: The Heron Outlet
Madonna Boclair Hanna had a successful career in the fashion industry at the corporate level. She retired as an award winning fashion marketing educator. Presently, is a motivational speaker, freelance writer, actress, amateur competitive athlete and she presently writes a monthly article for the Senior Scene publication chronicling her journey to the 2022 National Senior Games in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Madonna was selected as the January 2020 National Senior Games Association Athlete of the Month. Follow Madonna's progress on Facebook @madonnabhanna or Instagram@madonnafitfastandfabulous. Website: Dropkickthedrama.com. You may contact Madonna for speaking engagements at firstname.lastname@example.org Article about Madonna and her coach Video of Madonna's recent wins at the Washington State Senior Games is available at ialwayswantedto.net ********************* I want to get to know you better. Please fill out a 5-question survey at lizsumner.com/survey. Let me know when you're done and I'll send you a coupon code for my online course, 8 Steps to Launch Your Dream Life. (launchyourdreamlife.com) ********************* Opening Remarks My guest, Madonna Hanna, is a perfect example of why I created this podcast. She felt a desire to do something at a very young age and even though many years passed she never let go of the dream. Now some of us who have put things off until later in life off have to make some adjustments. I'm not going to be a ballerina at this point but I could take a dance class. We can get a version of what we always wanted but maybe not the exact thing we imagined when we were small. That's not the case with Madonna, and she has the medals to prove it. She didn't let injury stop her, or the death of her beloved coach. She is serious about sprinting but you can tell from our laughter that she is enjoying her life. There are some problems early on with her microphone. I apologize, and hope you agree that her spirit and her stories make it not that noticeable. For all of us who watch the Olympics and imagine being a champion athlete, I hope you enjoy this interview. Full transcript available at https://ialwayswantedto.net
Episode 76 features New York based David Shrobe. He creates multi-layered portraits and assemblage paintings made in part from everyday materials that he finds in multiple geographies, and especially from around his familial home. He disassembles furniture, separating wood from fabric and recombines them as supports for collage, painting, and drawing. Through these various modes of production his work brings notions of identity, history, and memory into question, while challenging conventions of classical portraiture. Shrobe produces new narratives, fragmented and nonlinear, that feel intimate and personal without being anchored to a specific time or place. David Shrobe (b.1974, New York) lives and works in New York. He holds an MFA and a BFA in painting from Hunter College. He is an alumnus of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and was a Joan Mitchell Artist Teaching Fellow. His work was recently included in group shows such as, PUNCH at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, Los Angeles, and New York; Embody at Mandeville Gallery at Union College, New York; Bronx Calling: The Fourth AIM Biennial, at the Bronx Museum, and in Harlem Postcards at the Studio Museum in Harlem. He has had solo exhibitions at Thierry Goldberg Gallery in New York; Jenkins Johnson Gallery in San Francisco, and The Sugar Hill Children's Museum in New York, among others. He has shown at numerous art fairs including EXPO Chicago, Untitled Miami Beach, and most recently, a solo booth at The Armory Show. Shrobe's work is held in the Permanent Collections of The Brooklyn Museum, New York; The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; The Block Museum, Evanston, Illinois; Union College, Schenectady, New York; Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon; and NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale. Monique Meloche Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new work by New York born artist David Shrobe. Riding the Wind's Back, meticulously carved and painted assemblage structures investigate the coexistence of hybrid identities and notions of a collective remembrance reimagined. This is the artist's first exhibition with the gallery and first in Chicago thru October 30th. Artist website https://www.davidshrobe.com/ Monique Meloche Gallery https://www.moniquemeloche.com/exhibitions/192-david-shrobe-riding-the-winds-back/press_release_text/ Art of Choice https://www.artofchoice.co/david-shrobe-repurposes-detritus-to-reimagine-history/ Art Market Monitor https://www.artmarketmonitor.com/2020/09/24/david-shrobes-new-pandemic-era-assemblage-works-draw-buyers-museum-interest/ Brooklyn Museum https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/objects/224550 Fountainhead | Artist Statement https://www.fountainheadresidency.com/dave-shrobe Photo credit: Michael Palma
Synopsis Today we celebrate the birthday of Leroy Bernard Shield, an American composer whose name might not ring a bell, but whose music you might instantly recognize – and with a smile. Shield's name rarely appeared on the credits for the classic “Our Gang” and “Laurel & Hardy” comedies from the 1930s, but his music was used in most of them. Leroy Shield was born in Waseca, Minnesota, on today's date in 1893. At five he was already an accomplished pianist and organist, and by 15 a professional arranger, composer, and concert pianist. In 1923, he joined the staff of the Victor Talking Machine Company, supervising their East Coast recording sessions. Then in 1930, he was appointed Victor's "Musical Director in charge of Hollywood, California, Activities," and it was in this capacity that he wrote and oversaw the recording of music for the famous comedies produced by the Hal Roach Studios. In 1945, Shield moved back to New York and became the orchestral contractor for the NBC radio network and worked closely with the famous conductor Arturo Toscanini and his NBC Symphony. Leroy Shield retired in 1955, moved to Florida, and died in Fort Lauderdale in 1962. Music Played in Today's Program Leroy Shield (1893 – 1962) — Good Old Days and Hide and Go Seek (Beau Hunks Orchestra) Koch 8702
In this episode, we got to chat with Amanda Montgomery, an Environmental Scientist on our Environmental Services team. Amanda is based out of our Fort Lauderdale, FL office and has been with WGI for 4 years. She is one of WGI's most active brand ambassadors and exudes passion in everything she does, which is why our hosts were so eager to have her as a guest on the show.
Lamar Riddick is a Christian hip-hop artist who prides himself on his articulate and clear sound, passion for music, and his desire to empower. His new project, “Nothing to Prove,” recently dropped and he took the time to share his heart behind the project, his journey, and future plans. Biography Lamar Riddick is an award-winning Christian Hip Hop Artist in Morgantown, WV by way of Fort Lauderdale, FL. Lamar believes in Reviving the Culture through the use of his music and clothing brand in an effort to draw listeners closer to Jesus. Riddick's style is energetic, bold, fierce, and some would even say gritty. He is currently the Program Assistant for the West Virginia University Marching Band, Owner of Revive Collective Music and Revive Collective Apparel, offers internships and jobs to local college students, serves in his community as an event coordinator, curator, and plays drums on the worship team at Mountain Heights Morgantown on Sunday Mornings. Website: https://www.lamarriddickmusic.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lamarriddickmusic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LamarRiddick
70's teen heartthrob, David Cassidy, died in a Fort Lauderdale hospital in 2017. He moved to Broward county in 2002 when he started drinking heavily and racked up a string of DUI's. The "I Think I Love You" singer's drinking led to his death, but through it all, the world still loved him.
On this episode Keisha Nicole sits down with singer and songwriter Chavell Yahyel. Chavell Yahyel is a talented creative that oozes class & confidence. Dubbed as the “Jamaican gypsy,” the singer & songwriter who hails from Montego Bay, Jamaica but now resides in Fort Lauderdale is ready to take her vocal skills mainstream, doing so with finesse & cadence. Listen in as she shares a little bit about herself and her passion driven journey into the entertainment industry to bring her dreams to reality. To keep with with Chavell check her out on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/chavelyahyel/ or visit thecreativebae.com Check out The Oh Hell No Podcast & get the information you need to live your best life!www.ohhellnopodcast.comFollow on Instagram @theohhellnopodcast Tell us what you want to hear...fill out our questionnaire! https://forms.gle/pLHjHLtv1SkgHRpF9Shop Bent Beauty 25% off Coupon Code: OHHELLNOwww.shopbentbeauty.com
Initial Planning to PeruMy partner and I planned our Machu Picchu trip in about three weeks. To optimize the planning process and to make the most of your international travels, I'd advise 6-8 weeks of planning and going for at least a week to get acclimated to the culture and altitude. Our main focuses for planning were where are we going to stay, how are we going to explore Machu Picchu, and are we going to explore reputable, safe provinces. So that's where our planning process began.Booking Flights Our trip was planned for four days - which was one to two days too short to account for the lengthy travel. From Miami airport, the flight to Lima, Peru is nearly 6 hours so we flew through the night. After going through customs at Jorge Chávez International Airport , we had to go through the check-in process and security again to catch our flight to Cusco, Peru. (We missed our flight - so make sure you have enough time accounted for if you have an international connecting flight) Luckily, we were able to get on the next flight out to Cusco at 10am, but that meant we had been traveling for nearly 12 hours by that point. The most competitive prices to get to Peru were from international hubs, like Miami and Fort Lauderdale, that flew into Peru's capital. To browse flights and get the best deals, I highly recommend using Hopper and Skyscanner. For flights from Lima to Cusco, your best option is Latam Airlines. Still check sites like Kiwi and Skyscanner for deals on domestic flights in Peru. Where to Stay in PeruNext step in the process was where to stay once we had our dates booked. By browsing Airbnb, Trip Advisor reviews, and highly regarded hotels, we choose to stay at Tocuyeros Boutique Hotel. At the heart of the San Blas neighborhood in Cusco and only a quick walk to Plaza de Armas, we couldn't have picked a better location. Tocuyeros Hotel employed the kindest, most thoughtful people who went above and beyond to provide excellent service. When we first got there, our greeter had a 30 minute session with us - explaining about the property, showing us the best spots on the map, and answering any questions we had. It was so helpful and gave us great recommendations to look into. The entire property is so aesthetic and beautiful with a stunning view of the Andes Mountains and the town below. At night, they lock the main door to the property so no one can wander in, which added an extra layer of security. It also has 5 Stars on Trip Advisor and we felt extremely comfortable there.Altitude Sickness Once you are in Cusco, you may experience altitude sickness since it's 11,500 ft above sea level. For reference, Breckenridge, CO is about 9,000 above sea level. As you can imagine, it's high up there. Here's a helpful article to combat altitude sickness. Now for all things Machu Picchu with Exploor PeruThis is somewhat how your trip will look - Lima Peru > Cusco, Peru > Ollantaytampo Train Station > Aguas Caliente Bus station > Machu Picchu I can not thank the universe and the Instagram algorithm enough for putting the best tour agency in our line of sight. After browsing through #MachuPicchu, I came across this epic page called Exploor Peru, which showcased more than just beautiful photos of Peru. Exploor Peru is a tour agency that specializes in unforgettable tours through Machu Picchu, the Inca trails, Humantay Lake, Rainbow Mountain, and more. The main reason we were going to Peru was for this destination so finding the right tour agency was EVERYTHING. Exploor Peru had an outstanding reputation on every review/ tour site like Trip Advisor and Viator and for good reason. Therefore, we felt so comfortable putting our adventurous day to Machu Picchu into the hands of professionals and it was worth every penny. After asking some questions and booking with them, I received our train, bus, and entrance tickets along with a thorough itinerary to my email, which allowed us to breathe and focus on other planning aspects of the trip. This level of professionalism soothed my A-type energy. The entire team was so friendly and helpful, and on the day of, everything went down like a Disney Movie. We were picked up at our hotel in Cusco at 3am (so go to bed very early the night before), and driven to the Ollantaytampo train station, where we took the Expedition train. On the way there, we got to see the sun rising in between the Andes Mountains. An hour and a half later, we arrived at Aguas Caliente, known as Machu Picchu town, and had some time to explore before taking the bus up to the entrance of Machu Picchu. This tour catered to the tourists awaiting their adventure up and made for great photos and exploration. After connecting with our tour guide Peter, we took a quick 20 minute bus ride up the mountain to the entrance. This is where Exploor Peru shines - Peter was the most knowledgeable, friendly, and considerate person and guide we've ever had. Since we went up so early, we missed the large crowds and it felt more intimate to connect with this awe-striking World Wonder. There is a good reason that Machu Picchu was named an UNESCO World Heritage Site and later a Modern World Wonder - it's hard to describe the pure magic and jaw dropping views and to know that you stand where an ancient empire once ruled. The grit and tenacity it must have taken to construct - unimaginable. Luckily, Peter was able to share more than 2 hours worth of facts and insights with us because you're bound to wonder HOW. Although we did the day tour which I highly recommend too, Exploor Peru has other longer options like The Best of Cusco 2 Days - Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, 3 Day Tours, Tours with Hotel options, Hiking Tours, and so much more. They really cater to what you want and if you have questions, head over to Exploor Peru's website and ask. The praise doesn't go far enough - our trip wouldn't have been complete without the help of Exploor. Thank you so much. If you don't already - follow their Instagram for all the #travelinspiration. What To Do While in CuscoThen after you trek back down and take the bus, train, and car again to get back to Cusco, there's a few things you need to do. Walk around Plaza De Armas in Cusco Tour the cathedral in Plaza De Armas Go on a short tour of Choco Museo to try various chocolates and liquorSpend a couple hours around Sacsayhuaman - protip: they only accept cash/SOL and it's a minimum of 70 SOL per person. You'll need an Uber to get there. Where to Eat in Peru Places to Eat in Aguas Caliente - After hiking through Machu Picchu and before you catch your train back, get lunch at Full House Peruvian Cuisine. Their views are worth it. Places to Eat in Cusco - For the most delicious Pisco sours, delectable Peruvian food, and excellent service, Morena Peruvian Kitchen is the spot. It was our favorite dinner out of the entire trip and it was located right off of Plaza De Armas. A highly rated restaurant known for the Peruvian delicacy, Guinea Pig, called Pachapapa was a very intimate spot with a very specific ambiance. It was a perfect date night spot with an interesting menu and exceptional service as always. Heading to Lima, Peru Unless you've booked your flight from Cusco home, you'll typically fly out of the capital Lima once again. We booked a later flight the next day out of Cusco and arrived in Lima by 7pm - where we stayed at the beautiful 5 star hotel, JW Marriott Lima Miraflores. Miraflores was a highly regarded and safe neighborhood with a lively environment and breathtaking views, so it was an easy choice and only about 30 minutes from the airport. After an exhausting, fast paced trip, we chose not to explore Lima far beyond our hotel. I would recommend extending your trip and having more rest and relaxation time too. The JW Marriott's Spa was perfect for that - best massage I've ever gotten. While in Lima, we did eat well and there were so many places with thousands of 5 star reviews. For a fancier dinner overlooking the Pacific, La Rosa Nautica hit the nail on the head and was the perfect way to end an unforgettable trip.
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Dr. Heather Kuhl is a licensed psychologist and marriage and family therapist who specializes in psychological testing and evaluations with children, teens, and adults. Heather is the founder and owner of Kuhl Psychological Services with offices in Fort Lauderdale and Coral Springs. A fun fact about Heather is that she is an avid equestrian show jumper. Heather has also merged her love for horses and psychology by co-founding a nonprofit called Give Back for Special Equestrians which raises money for scholarships for equine therapy and therapeutic riding for children and veterans with physical, emotional, and intellectual disabilities.