On the 58th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by head coaching legend and Pro Football Hall of Fame brother Tony Dungy (05:35 – 48:06). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:02 – 04:48). Morten talks about the importance of giving back to the community, as his foundation hosts its annual “Special Teams for Special Ops” event this weekend in Atlanta.We then move to our interview with Tony Dungy, where he discusses a wide range of topics: the impact of faith on his life and coaching (07:54); his dad - a Tuskegee Airmen and a man of principle (11:15); advice for young black coaches coming up in the NFL today (13:46); how being a great Christian may have cost him NFL job opportunities (15:06); thoughts on having Drew Brees as his new broadcast partner (18:24); thoughts on Peyton and Eli Manning on Monday Night Football (19:35); his coaching philosophy - "looking for uncommon people" (20:30); creating a winning culture in Tampa Bay (24:06); being fired by the Bucs after lots of winning (26:55); getting the call from Jim Irsay and the Colts (28:56); picking the Buccaneers to repeat as Super Bowl champs (30:26); why the 2000s Colts were a special group (31:23); his immediate thoughts after winning Super Bowl XLI (34:15); making history by coaching against another black head coach in the Super Bowl (35:05); thoughts on the Colts undertaking a midseason "Hard Knocks" season (36:24); why he thinks Aaron Rodgers will return to Green Bay next season (37:00); funny story of Warren Sapp asking for a trade out of Tampa Bay (38:23); and this week's edition of "The Name Game," featuring Peyton Manning, Marvin Harrison, Edgerrin James, Reggie Wayne, Dwight Freeney, Warren Sapp, Rondé Barber, John Lynch, Mike Alstott and Warrick Dunn (39:42).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (50:14 – 57:39). Morten gives his picks for Chargers at Ravens (51:12), Cardinals at Browns (52:44), Bills at Titans (53:32), Packers at Bears (54:39), and Texans at Colts (55:44). Plus, a college special on the way out as #10 Michigan State takes their undefeated record into Indiana to take on the Hoosiers (56:59).Finally, we close things out with “Morten's Game Winner” – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten talks about Tony Dungy, and how he exemplifies what it takes to be an uncommon man (57:39).
On the 57th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Houston Oilers legend and Pro Football Hall of Fame brother Warren Moon (06:50 – 49:46). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:04 – 06:01). Morten reflects on a historic night at Gillette Stadium, as Tom Brady returned to play his former head coach, Bill Belichick, for the first time – and maybe the only time – in his career.We then move to our interview with Warren Moon, where he discusses a wide range of topics: reflecting on his childhood in a tough neighborhood in Los Angeles, why he made the decision to attend a different high school from the one assigned to his district, and the impact his mom had on his upbringing and development (07:57); fulfilling his childhood dream of winning the Rose Bowl while playing at the University of Washington (14:20); his favorite memories from his three years playing for the Huskies (15:47); his approach to leadership, and where he derived his skills from (20:18); reflecting on his dominant 6-year run in the CFL, and whether or not he regrets not giving the NFL a try from the beginning (24:10); why he thinks we will see other stars emerge in the NFL who get their starts in other professional football league (28:40); with the Oilers no longer existing, Warren describes his weird relationship with the franchise that holds all his history and records – the Tennessee Titans (30:09); why he thinks the Titans can win a Super Bowl with a running back as the focal point of their offense (32:14); why he would choose Justin Jefferson over Dalvin Cook to add to his 1990s Vikings' roster (33:32); why he thinks Russell Wilson will finish his career with another franchise (34:45); the one trait Patrick Mahomes has that Warren wishes he had in his own game (36:48); his mentorship of Cam Newton, and the advice he'd give him if he had his ear today (37:30); and this week's edition of the “The Name Game,” featuring Bruce Matthews, Mike Munchak, Drew Hill, Robert Brazile, Mike Golic, June Jones, Denny Green, Brian Billick, Cris Carter, Randall McDaniel, John Randle, Darryl Talley, Walter Jones, Will Shields, Andre Rison and Dante Hall (40:01).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (51:58 – 59:28). Morten gives his picks for Rams at Seahawks (53:00), Bills at Chiefs (54:03), 49ers at Cardinals (55:20), Browns at Chargers (56:33), and Saints at Washington (58:02).Finally, “Morten's Game Winner” returns – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten talks about Warren Moon, and his pioneering journey through the world of professional football (59:28).
On the 56th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Raiders legend and Pro Football Hall of Fame brother Fred Biletnikoff (03:48 – 54:24). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:02 – 03:43). After Justin Tucker made history on Sunday with his record-setting 66-yard field goal, Morten explains why Tucker is the greatest kicker in NFL history.We then move to our interview with Fred Biletnikoff, where he discusses a wide range of topics: the atmosphere in Las Vegas, why the team never felt at-home in Los Angeles, and trying to recreate the “Black Hole” at Allegiant Stadium (04:32); getting scolded by Pete Rozelle for smoking cigarettes on the sidelines while he was coaching (09:02); high praise for Darren Waller (10:41); why he believes the Raiders can win a Super Bowl with Derek Carr (11:47); some of his favorite Raiders on today's team, and what the key to their success will be this season (13:19); being impressed with Vegas' defense so far this season (14:45); insight into Jon Gruden, and what he thinks of the job he has done since returning to the NFL from the broadcast booth (16:32); what it was like to play for Coach Biletnikoff (18:05); why it was important for him to sign with the AFL's Raiders instead of the NFL's Lions (22:45); his first impressions of Al Davis, and how he'd describe the legendary owner to kids today that might not know who he is (24:49); the mentality that led to the Raiders of the 1970s to be feared league-wide (27:45); making the Hall-of-Fame-case for Daryle Lamonica, and how happy he was for Tom Flores getting inducted into Canton this summer (30:15); Kenny Stabler stories (33:30); why Tom Brady is the one quarterback playing today that he would have wanted to play with (37:06); absolutely roasting today's NFL officiating (39:04); reminiscing about the late, great Bobby Bowden (41:18); spending his final season as a professional football player in the CFL (46:08); this week's edition of “The Name Game,” featuring John Madden, Bill Walsh, Dave Casper, Ray Guy and Willie Brown (50:43); and proclaiming the 1970s Steelers as liars for not coming clean on the “Immaculate Reception” (54:03).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (55:12 – 01:02:19). Morten gives his picks for Buccaneers at Patriots (56:20), Cardinals at Rams (57:26), Raiders at Chargers (58:40), Ravens at Broncos (59:41), and Giants at Saints (01:00:48).Finally, “Morten's Game Winner” returns – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten talks about Fred Biletnikoff and the amazing Oakland Raiders of the 1970s (01:02:22).
Ep 312: Today Bennie talks specifically about the Great Dane. Show Highlights This gentle giant is considered the “Apollo of Dogs”. Listen in to find more interesting facts and why you should (or should not) own a Great Dane. Call to Action Buy FamilyDogFusion, The Book! Get In Touch Check out our show page in […] The post Specific Breed: Great Dane appeared first on FamilyDogFusion.
On the 55th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist and coaching legend Dick Vermeil (06:54 – 01:04:17). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:06 – 06:54). Morten reacts to an epic game between the Chiefs and Ravens from this past weekend, and explains why he thinks Lamar Jackson is the MVP of the league through two weeks of the season.We then move to our interview with Dick Vermeil, where he discusses a wide range of topics: his involvement in the wine business, and the history behind his company, “Vermeil Wines” (07:41); his coaching style, and the difference between delegating and designating (13:53); Morten having teammates on the Chiefs that weren't born when he started playing (15:49); knowing when to release a player, and remaining close with many players he has cut (16:46); being the first official special teams coach in NFL history (18:12); taking over an Eagles franchise in the late 1970s that was a losing program, and what it took to turn them into NFC Champions (19:38); why the NFL needs to do a better job helping its former players with medical assistance as they get older (24:04); the amazing story of Vince Papale making the team in Philly (24:46); a review of “American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story” (26:18); his love for underdogs, and why London Fletcher should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame (27:05); what a Gold Jacket would mean to him (27:44); why Tom Flores getting inducted helped clear the way for Dick, and the various high-profile coaches stumping for him as a candidate (29:12); the hilarious story of David Baker's phone call to let Dick know he was a finalist (30:43); reminiscing about the late, great Frank Gansz Sr. (31:58); why he stepped away from coaching after winning the Super Bowl with a historically great St. Louis Rams team in 1999 (36:59); why he came out of retirement to coach the Chiefs in the early 2000s (38:48); working his players so hard in St. Louis, there was almost a “mutiny,” and why things were different in Kansas City (40:15); why Patrick Mahomes could go down as the finest quarterback to ever play in the NFL (42:45); the state of the Rams, his relationship with Sean McVay, and why Matthew Stafford will be great in L.A. (44:13); why he doesn't think Doug Pederson should've been fired in Philadelphia (47:03); and this week's edition of “The Name Game,” featuring Kurt Warner, Ron Jaworski, Trent Green, Marshall Faulk, Tony Gonzalez, Jared Allen, Harold Carmichael and Will Shields (48:45).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (01:05:13 – 01:12:08). Morten gives his picks for Buccaneers at Rams (01:05:51), Saints at Patriots (01:07:05), Packers at 49ers (01:08:36), Chargers at Chiefs (01:09:33), and Washington Football Team at Bills (01:10:49).Finally, “Morten's Game Winner” returns – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten reflects on his relationship with Coach Vermeil, and explains why he's had a profound impact on every single one of his former players (01:12:08).
Syracuse laid the hammer down on Albany over the weekend in a game that had a preseason vibe to it. Tommy DeVito did his job against the Great Danes, but did Garrett Shrader do enough to convince us that he deserves consideration for the starting spot or more playing time? Plus, Sean Tucker had another standout performance and people are clamoring for him to receive the #44. Also, penalties continued to haunt the Orange against a clearly inferior opponent. How much of the blame does Dino Babers deserve for it? Tyler Aki and Tim Leonard discuss it all and more on the Monday edition of the Locked on Syracuse Podcast. SUBSCRIBE TO THE LOCKED ON SYRACUSE YOUTUBE PAGE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjE_fugUeXT571aXAzs1yxw/featured Follow the show on Twitter @LO_Syracuse and follow the guys @Tim_Leonard4 and @TylerAki_. 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
On the 54th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Denver Broncos legend and Pro Football Hall of Fame brother Steve Atwater (05:34 – 42:10). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (00:58 – 05:30). Week 1 was full of upsets galore this past weekend. Morten reacts to the games that moved the needle most for himWe then move to our interview with Steve Atwater, where he discusses a wide range of topics: reacting to his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, and how he almost had a massive wine stain on his gold jacket immediately after receiving it (05:59); the impact of his high school football coach on the rest of his football career, and why it was important for him to be in attendance during his induction (12:13); where he got the nickname “Smiling Assassin” (14:48); the backstory behind his legendary hit on Christian Okoye (16:21); how Wade Phillips coming to Denver changed his career (18:09); Steve passing along well-wishes from Brandon McManus (19:14); getting inducted into Canton on the same weekend as two other Broncos legends (20:03); who he thinks will take a majority of the snaps at quarterback for the Broncos in 2021 (22:54); what he thinks the ceiling is for this year's Broncos team (24:06); the brilliance of Justin Simmons, and why he tries not to give him too much advice (25:11); why he believes in the Patrick Surtain II hype (26:57); why he agrees with Terrell Davis that Von Miller is the second greatest Bronco of all-time (28:17); who he thinks is the best safety in the game today, and who he thinks is the hardest hitter (30:18); and this week's edition of “The Name Game,” featuring John Elway, Mike Shanahan, Terrell Davis, Shannon Sharpe, Rod Smith, Dan Reeves, Ed McCaffery, Bill Belichick, Bill Parcells, Bill Romanowski, Karl Mecklenburg, Pat Bowlen, Jason Elam and Dennis Smith (32:15).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (43:04 – 48:54). Morten gives his picks for Saints at Panthers (43:55), Chiefs at Ravens (45:13), Titans at Seahawks (46:20), Cowboys at Chargers (47:13), and Texans at Browns (47:56).Finally, “Morten's Game Winner” returns – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten welcomes back the NFL after an incredible first week of action (48:54).
This week we are talking all about the heart warming movie The Ugly Dachshund. We talk about everything from the treating animals as family, to how women were portrayed in many 60s movies. Join us as we watch a Great Dane grow up with Dachshunds.
On the 53rd episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by NFL Commissioner and longtime friend Roger Goodell (06:04 – 56:46). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:16 – 06:04). With the 2021 NFL season only hours away, the COVID-19 vaccination rollout in the U.S. is still front-of-mind for many around the football world. Morten weighs in, urging Americans to get vaccinated.We then move to our interview with Roger Goodell, where he discusses a wide range of topics: why he's uncomfortable being called “the most powerful man in sports” (06:34); his excitement level as the league returns to full capacity across the board (07:40); reflecting back on a challenging 2020, and why he thinks it might be the proudest he has ever been to be commissioner (10:58); why one of his biggest regrets in life was never pursuing a college football career, as he was a star athlete in high school (14:25); going from an intern at the NFL league offices to commissioner of the league (14:55); his great respect for both Pete Rozelle and Paul Tagliabue, and their differing leadership styles (16:40); why he believes relocating an NFL team should be hard (19:34); the importance of globalizing the game of American football, and why he doesn't think a franchise will call London home for the foreseeable future (22:04); why there's never been a better time to be a football fan, and why the NFL views legal sports betting as a way to grow their audience (25:52); the many positives of adding a 17th game to the regular season (32:11); Morten pitches some rule changes to his old friend (33:39); the brilliance of Tom Brady (40:21); and this week's edition of “The Name Game,” featuring Paul Tagliabue, Pete Rozelle, Adam Silver, Rob Manfred, Gary Bettman, Jerry Jones and Robert Kraft (47:26).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (57:46 – 01:03:10). Morten gives his picks for Packers at Saints (58:29), Browns at Chiefs (59:41), Steelers at Bills (01:00:30), Chargers at Washington (01:01:36), and Cowboys at Buccaneers (01:02:28).Finally, “Morten's Game Winner” returns – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten uses this time to reflect on the 20-year anniversary of 9/11/2001 (01:03:55 – 01:06:27).
Well I hope you've come looking for a happy ending because that's exactly what we've got planned! But ... not those kind of happy endings ... only positive news here! On today's episode we learn about a nightclub in Scotland that is harnessing energy and heat from its club-goers to power the very club itself! (05:16) Then we talk about Kev Crane, a plumber who just got signed to a record label. He was discovered while working on the record company CEO's bathroom as a plumber! (10:58) And of course, we NEED to discuss pets who have saved their owners lives! We cover three tiny stories of some heroic pets. (16:58) Sources: BODYHEAT Kev Crane - singing plumber Pets saving lives Julianna the Great Dane see you soon squabs
What is dog enrichment and why is it important? We sniff out some excellent ideas to enrich your pup's lives, bring you a pair of gorgeous Great Danes for our InstaDog(s) of the week, and share some excellent Puppy Parent Replies about how y'all engage and stimulate your dogs' instincts with fun activities. INSTADOGS OF THE WEEK Leo and Bane! https://instagram.com/leolaniandbane CONNECT WITH US Website: https://jackrussellparents.com IG/FB/TW: @jrtpodcast
The 2021 fall season is here for North Dakota State. The Bison open the year with some question marks, notably at quarterback as transfer Quincy Patterson is set to take over as the signal caller. Kolpack and Izzo discuss the challenges awaiting Patterson and the Bison offense and also dive into what Albany brings to the table. The Great Danes enter with an elite quarterback in Jeff Undercuffler.
On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” Associate Sports Editor Ken Schott reviews the Travers Stakes and looks ahead to the final week of the Saratoga horse racing season with Gazette sportswriter Mike MacAdam. UAlbany football coach Greg Gattuso joins the show to preview the Great Danes' season, which begins Saturday at North Dakota State. Schott then talks MLB and NHL with Jon Paul Morosi of MLB Network and NHL Network. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.
After a listener texted in about his GREAT DANE'S diarrhea, Twitch and MJ asked if anyone else was having a WORSE day. Listener texts did not disappoint. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You're listening to the Westerly Sun's podcast, where we talk about the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today's trivia is brought to you by Perennial. Perennial's new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now for some trivia. Did you know that Rhode Island native, Earle Audet was an American football offensive tackle in the National Football League for the Washington Redskins, as well as the Los Angeles Dons of the All-America Football Conference. He played college football at the University of Southern California, and was drafted in the third round of the 1944 NFL Draft. Now, for our feature story: Miss North America 2021 may not be showing off her shoes this Labor Day when the official Miss America Organization holds its iconic "Show Us Your Shoes Parade" in Mystic for the first time ever, but she is stepping up to shine a light on the ever-changing image of beauty pageants in the country. Kaitlyn Benson, 21, of Hope Valley, the reigning Miss North America 2021 said: "There are many different pageants out there. I am not affiliated with the Miss America organization but I did fall in love with pageantry after my first orientation." Benson, who also served as Miss Ocean State 2019, said she initially had a different opinion about beauty pageants and imagined them to be all "glitz and glamor" like the reality television series, "Toddlers and Tiaras." But as she learned more about the opportunities and philosophies of various contests and learned the history of pageantry, she changed her mind. According to PBS, the winner of the first "Inter-City Beauty Contest" in 1921 was crowned "Miss America" and won a first place prize of $100. Later, "The national executive director, Lenora Slaughter, shaped the modern pageant by adding features such as state competitions, the scholarship program, and a judging category based on personal interviews." In the 1990s the pageant was reformed into the Miss America Organization, a not-for-profit corporation comprising three distinct divisions: the traditional Miss America Pageant, the scholarship fund, and a Miss America foundation. Meanwhile, 51 women will be following their pageantry dreams to Mystic this Labor Day when they participate in the "Show Us Your Shoes" Parade — part of the official Miss America 100th Anniversary Celebration — and vie for the title of "Miss America" from the group that started pageantry in the United States. The parade will kickoff on Clara Drive in Mystic at 10 a.m. on Sept. 6 and will feature Miss America hopefuls from every state in the country and Washington, D.C., along with a number of "Forever Miss Americas" who will show off "elaborate parade costumes and decorated shoes to showcase their home states". After Monday's parade, Miss America competitors will visit Ocean Beach Park in New London, the Submarine Force Library and Museum in Groton, Buttonwood Farm in Griswold and the Slater Museum at Norwich Free Academy. The event is part of three-year partnership between Mohegan Sun — which hosted the 2020 Miss America Competition — and the Miss America Organization, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The next Miss America will be chosen in December at Mohegan Sun. For more information on all things Westerly, check out this story and more at thewesterlysun.com Are you interested in a new opportunity? You're in luck! Today's Job posting comes from Randall Realtors Compass in Westerly. They're looking for real estate agents. You'll need to obtain a real estate license before you start. Pay can be $100,000 or more per year. If you're interested and think you'd be a good fit for the role you can apply using the link in our episode description. https://www.indeed.com/jobs?l=Westerly%2C%20RI&mna=5&aceid&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpf2IBhDkARIsAGVo0D2S3gEb-328GyRpBuTTeeKPdn3-klOh0KYAsfete6MEZmI5S4qTg-4aAnQkEALw_wcB&vjk=ca280a731c2da875&advn=7652287743140876 Today we're remembering the life of John F. Donahue, III, of Ashaway, who was born in Westerly and married to Melissa Donahue. John graduated from Chariho High School in 1961 and enlisted in the U.S. Army in July of that year. He completed his basic training at Fort Dix and received follow on training at the Officer Candidate School while stationed at Fort Knox receiving his commission as a Second Lieutenant for the Military Police Corps. He volunteered for Vietnam and completed two tours. He was a Platoon Leader in Saigon and fought in the Tet Offensive on January 31, 1968. He was promoted to Captain and became a Tank Commander under George Patton, Jr. He was honorably discharged from the service in 1970 after receiving numerous awards including The Bronze Star. He continued to stay active in support of the military through membership in various veterans associations After his years in the service, he went on to work for POSI-SEAL as a Purchasing Agent for several years and then transferred to the Westerly Ambulance as an EMT. Even in the years to come, his volunteer service continued as a Life Member of the Ashaway Fire Department retiring as fire police, volunteering at both the Ashaway and the Westerly Ambulance Associations, and volunteering at the Washington County Fire Police and the Ashaway Fire District as a board member. John's care for others continued in his love of all dogs especially Great Danes and German Shepherds. He enjoyed all types of parrots and raised chickens and peacocks. He had a big heart that carried into all aspects of his life. Besides his wife Melissa, he leaves his stepson his brothers and sisters along with many nieces and nephews. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate John's life. That's it for today, we'll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joanna Bernabei-McNamee, Head Coach - BC Women's Basketball, became the eighth women's basketball coach in Boston College program history on April 11, 2018. In 2019-20, her second season at BC, Bernabei-McNamee was named the Coach of the Year in the Atlantic Coast Conference. She led BC to an impressive 20-12 overall record and a fourth place finish in the conference with an 11-7 record. The 20 victories were the most in program history since the 2010-11 season. The team also set a new program record for the most ACC victories with 11. With Bernabei-McNamee at the helm, senior forward Emma Guy flourished as she led the ACC in field goal percentage throughout the season and finished 10th in the country (.594%). Guy also earned an All-ACC First Team selection, the first for a BC player since 2011. Sophomore Taylor Soule was not only named to the All-ACC team but earned the Most Improved Player in the conference. Both Guy and Soule were named to the Blue Ribbon Panel All-ACC Second Team. In her first season at the Heights, Bernabei-McNamee led the Eagles to a 14-16 record. The 14 wins were the most for the program since the 2015-16 season. The 2018-19 team opened the season with eight consecutive victories and won the St. Joseph's Thanksgiving Classic Championship. BC went 11-3 in non-conference play before taking on the toughest conference in the country – the ACC. After two losses at home BC defeated Wake Forest and Pitt on the road. It was the first time since the 2012 season in which BC had two consecutive ACC road wins. The Eagles third ACC win came in a double-overtime victory against Duke on Jan. 31. Bernabei-McNamee's impact was immediate as the Eagles averaged 73.5 points per game, 14.3 more points than the 2018-19 season. BC also averaged 16.1 assists a game and shot 42.6 percent from the floor. Junior Emma Guy thrived in the new system as she averaged a career-high 14.1 points and 6.7 rebounds a game. She shot 59 percent from the floor for the season, a new career-high. Guard Makayla Dickens emerged as a scoring threat as a freshman and was named to the All-ACC Freshman team. Dickens averaged 11.8 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.8 assists a game. Fellow freshman Marnelle Garraud was fourth in scoring for BC with an 8.1 average. Garraud was named the St. Joe's Thanksgiving Tournament MVP after she scored 28 points in the championship game. She was named the ACC Rookie of the Week for her performance. Sophomore Sydney Lowery improved her numbers as she played in 30 games and averaged 22.9 minutes and 6.7 points a game. Junior Taylor Ortlepp averaged a team-high 30.3 minutes and averaged 10.3 points and 3.3 assists a game. Bernabei-McNamee arrived at the Heights after two seasons as the head coach at Albany. She led Albany to a 45-20 record over the two seasons. In 2016-17, she guided the Great Danes to the American East Tournament Championship and a spot in the NCAA Tournament. In 2017-18, Bernabei-McNamee led Albany finished 24-8 overall and a WNIT berth. In addition to leading Albany to consecutive 20-plus win seasons, Bernabei-McNamee was named the 2017 Women's Division I Coach of the Year by the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. Bernabei-McNamee, a native of Weirton, West Virginia, was named head coach at Albany in April of 2016 after three seasons as the head coach of the University of Pikeville in Pikeville, Ky. There, Bernabei-McNamee racked up 63 wins and led the program to back-to-back national tournament berths, including a program-record 26 victories and an NAIA Final Four appearance in 2016. She was named the 2016 Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) NAIA Regional Coach of the Year, and also earned Mid-South Conference Coach of the Year honors in 2015. Prior to Pikeville, Bernabei-McNamee coached in both the ACC and BIG EAST. She served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Maryland for four years from 2003-07, and was an integral part of the Terrapins' 2006 National Championship season. Maryland beat Duke 78-75 in overtime for the title at TD Garden in Boston and finished with a record of 34-4. During her tenure, she brought in four straight nationally ranked recruiting classes, including three in the Top 10. Bernabei-McNamee spent two years at West Virginia as an assistant coach where she was a scout, position coach and recruiting coordinator. Before her time in Morgantown, McNamee had a two-year stint at Eastern Kentucky where she was responsible for scouting and individual player development, as well as serving as the recruiting coordinator. The West Virginia native began her head coaching career in 1998 at West Virginia Wesleyan where she compiled an 18-9 record and a third-place finish in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC), while also acting as the school's Senior Women's Administrator. She attended West Liberty State and was named a Division II All-American and a four-time, first-team All-WVIAC selection as a point guard. The 1997 WVIAC Player of the Year, Bernabei-McNamee still holds the NCAA Division II career assists record of 1,107 and the record for assists in a game with 24. She is one of only four players in NCAA history to record more than 1,000 points and 1,000 assists, finishing her stellar career with 1,317 total points. Bernabei-McNamee holds the NCAA record for average assists per game (9.5), and the school and conference marks for assists in a game, season (294) and career. She led her team to an 80-36 record over four years and is listed on West Liberty's Top 20 all-time Best Athletes list. She was the first woman to be named first-team All-West Virginia Athletic Conference for four years and was inducted into the West Liberty State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Hall of Fame in 2011. Bernabei-McNamee earned her bachelor's degree in exercise physiology in 1997 from West Liberty and a master's degree in sports administration from Eastern Kentucky in 1999. Bernabei-McNamee and her husband Joe McNamee have two sons, Luke and Caden. McNamee took a nearly four-year hiatus from coaching (2009-13) to focus on raising her children. In this episode, we discuss Joanna's connection with Brenda Frese (6:39), what Brenda does to stay connected to people (7:26), being a stay-at-home mom (9:41), having kids (12:02), working with kids (14:25), her upbringing and her relationship with her mother (16:03), the upsides and downsides of independence as a young child (17:26), being a Tom Boy (19:03), if she got her aggressiveness and intensity more from her mom or her dad (20:14), what she does to put herself first, her marriage second, and her kids third (24:17), how to make sure she's healthy as she still aspires to do great things in her profession (28:32), if there is anything she doesn't want to be great at (30:24), what it's been like for her as a leader during the pandemic (34:06), family (39:42), flipping the switch (43:08), feeling alive in different roles (44:27), if love is a two-way street (47:13), if there was a coach she played for that she modeled her focus on love after (50:07), how she intentionally communicates with her team (51:26), respect, trust, and communication (57:15), handling losses without anger (57:51), if she looks for people that are more even-keeled or more intense like her (1:02:08), who helps her make sure she is developing and growing (1:04:57), if she felt like she was missing a part of herself while she was on sabbatical (1:08:04), what she missed most about basketball when she was being a stay at home mom (1:11:16), what changed for her (1:12:31), and her vision for the BC program (1:15:39). You can check out the BC website here, as well as follow BC Women's Basketball on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Thank you so much to Joanna for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian
Alonzo Bodden is known and loved by NPR listeners around the globe as a frequent panelist on the comedy news quiz show, Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! But his own standup comedy lives in the tension between light jokes and the heavier, more depressing news of the day. He's a self-described news junkie who might be losing his tolerance for the same old storyline. And his jokes on letting the younger generation take over, well, that's where it goes dark... Listen to this episode for context.
It was another dynamic and surprising stage at the Vuelta a España and so Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie dial up The Cycling Podcast's man in Spain Daniel Friebe to recap the action. Are we witnessing the Three Days of Magnus Cort? Away in the big break two days ago, caught in sight of the line yesterday, the Great Dane won a brilliant sprint finish in Córdoba after a brilliant lead-out from his EF Education-Nippo teammate Jens Keukeleire. One of the teams of the day was UAE-Team Emirates, who worked hard to set up Matteo Trentin. We hear from Trentin about what happened at the finish. We also hear from Movistar's sports director Patxi Vila about one of their two hopes for overall victory, Enric Mas. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout.
Matt Bonaparte talks with Albany play-by-play broadcaster, Rodger Wyland, discussing everything you need to know about this Great Danes team. Syracuse and Albany face off on the gridiron on September 18th, inside the Carrier Dome.
On this special edition of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten Andersen and TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) are together in-person for the first time ever, with the two of them meeting up in Canton, OH for Enshrinement Weekend at the Pro Football Hall of Fame! In part one of the podcast, the guys recap an amazing weekend spent in the birthplace of football (00:15 – 31:47).Morten spent the week chatting with many of his Hall of Fame brothers, including Ron Wolf (31:57), Joe DeLamielleure (33:09), Willie Lanier (35:01), Tim Brown (40:59), Bobby Bell (43:28), and Willie Roaf (46:42), as each all-time great shared with Morten what it meant to them to have a gold jacket. We close things out this week with The Great Dane sharing why his gold jacket is so special to him (47:55).
Hey! Pili Yarusi here.Kelani Blackwell is the Co-Founder of Women In Real Estate on Clubhouse, one of the largest support groups on that platform. She is the Co-Founder of The Real Estate Mastermind. Kelani also serves as an Associate of Capital Markets for CBRE. Kelani provides investment sales services to multifamily clients ranging from small private investors to large public entities. Kelani is a results-driven professional who understands the importance of people, processes, and technology within a successful company. She enjoys being creative to find out-of-the-box solutions, takes pride in being efficient, and is a natural leader.Combining her history of excellence in single-family investments, portfolios, and renovations and CBRE's technology and global reach, she provides clients with fresh perspective, invigorating energy, and thoughtful strategy.In her spare time, Kelani enjoys traveling, live music, and is the proud puppy parent to a Great Dane. She is a true lover of the arts and appreciates creativity and expression.Listen in now!Connect With Kelani BlackwellWant to connect with Kelani? You can find her at kelani10k.com.Want to Learn More About Multifamily Real Estate Investing?If you're an experienced real estate investor and you're ready to get around a community of active multifamily real estate investors who will support you, hold you accountable, and push you to set goals that inspire you as you grow your business, check out 7 Figure Multifamily and see if it looks like a good fit. If it is, I invite you to join in. If you have any questions, please reach out!- CLICK HERE: https://7fm.7figuremultifamily.com/7fmgroup====================Want to continue your multifamily real estate journey? Here are a few more resources to check out...Multifamily Live Podcast: Subscribe and get more episodes like this one delivered to you every week! Click Here: https://www.7figuremultifamily.com/multifamily-live-podcastFacebook Group: We've built a community of serious investors who are learning and growing their businesses together. Join the Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/multifamilylive/7FigureMultifamily.com: Learn more about who we are, our mentoring groups, upcoming events, and the causes we support at our website. Plus, grab some free downloads and other materials to help you on your real estate investing journey! Click Here: https://www.7figuremultifamily.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Taylor Hager from Braveheart Children's Advocacy Center was our guest on Wake Up Tri-Counties on Monday as part of our latest spotlight on Mental Health courtesy of the Kewanee Area United Way and Great Dane. In this conversation, Taylor explains the concept of Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACES as they can be referred to. These are experiences that can shape the life of a child, especially a child experiencing trauma, abuse or crisis. We talked to Taylor about how to identify and prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences.
This giant episode is filled with all the insider insights, quirks, and must-knows of this breed that is known for their beauty and their gentleness. Listen as host, Lindsay Eland, chats with director, Kristin Pazernik about all things Great Dane and shares inspirational stories that keep her working with this majestic breed.
Tune in to hear us unpack this week's episode with Dr. Erica Adkins.Our final guest of Season 3 of Culturally Speaking is Dr. Erica Adkins, a Licensed Psychologist and owner of a group practice in Colorado. She has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oregon. She lives in Colorado with her partner, 3 children, 2 Great Danes and a Boxer Dog.Healing from trauma is much like climbing a mountain. It's intimidating, it's hard, it hurts, but the satisfaction of reaching the summit is worth every second. As a licensed psychologist, Dr. Erica Adkins spent years studying how to help people heal from trauma, depression, anxiety, and grief. However, her most poignant education came from surviving a string of traumatic events including working in a prison, infidelity, domestic violence, sexual assault, divorce, and military deployment. Erica's memoir, Rock Bottom is Where Bad Bitches Are Built chronicles her journey from rock bottom to resilience that will inspire readers to find their own path back from trauma. It is a gripping and heart-wrenching account of the most traumatic decade of Erica's life. You are NOT what has happened to you, and you are NOT alone on this journey. Put one foot in front of the other and take the first step toward healing. Erica's book, Rock Bottom Is Where Bad Bitches Are Built, is available on Amazon in ebook and paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1736516108. To get in touch with Erica:Website: www.drericaadkins.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drrockbottom/Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Dr-Rock-Bottom-101786058702287Get in touch with us at email@example.com and follow us on Instagram @culturallyspeakingpodcast!
What is Emotional Abuse? There is no one specific answer to that question but there are some general ways to classify it. Julie Portillo is with Freedom House and she recently joined WKEI as part of our ongoing series on mental health, sponsored by the Kewanee Area United Way and Great Dane, and we talked about Emotional Abuse and ways to identify and understand it. And it's very important to know that there are resources out there for recovery from Emotional Abuse.
Tripp first met JT Mestdagh several years ago on a boat in their home state of Michigan, fitting because JT has his certification to captain any nautical vessel up to 100 Tons. JT has faced several medical challenges during the course of his life that have required 16 surgeries. Most impressively, he has always focused on what to be grateful for in life, not woe is me. He has summated many mountains around the world including Mt Kilimanjaro. His podcast “No Bad Days” epitomizes his inspirational mindset and life he lives. In short- JT Jester Digs In.29029 Climb Challenge:Our goal for this August is to raise $29,029 towards our overall mission of supplying families with their medical needs and supplies.The Climb 29029 will take place at Snow Basin Ski Resort in Utah. I will be climbing up the mountain 13 times, in 36 hours, to eventually reach the vertical feet of 29029, the exact elevation of Mt. Everest.https://www.jtmestdaghfoundation.org/29029-event/@jtjesterspeaks Instagram & YouTube@DigInTripp on Instagram & TwitterDigInTripp.com for merchSpecial thanks to Great Dane
Our final guest of Season 3 of Culturally Speaking is Dr. Erica Adkins, a Licensed Psychologist and owner of a group practice in Colorado. She has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oregon. She lives in Colorado with her partner, 3 children, 2 Great Danes and a Boxer Dog.Healing from trauma is much like climbing a mountain. It's intimidating, it's hard, it hurts, but the satisfaction of reaching the summit is worth every second. As a licensed psychologist, Dr. Erica Adkins spent years studying how to help people heal from trauma, depression, anxiety, and grief. However, her most poignant education came from surviving a string of traumatic events including working in a prison, infidelity, domestic violence, sexual assault, divorce, and military deployment. Erica's memoir, Rock Bottom is Where Bad Bitches Are Built chronicles her journey from rock bottom to resilience that will inspire readers to find their own path back from trauma. It is a gripping and heart-wrenching account of the most traumatic decade of Erica's life. You are NOT what has happened to you, and you are NOT alone on this journey. Put one foot in front of the other and take the first step toward healing. Erica's book, Rock Bottom Is Where Bad Bitches Are Built, is available on Amazon in ebook and paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1736516108. To get in touch with Erica:Website: www.drericaadkins.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drrockbottom/ Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Dr-Rock-Bottom-101786058702287Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Instagram @culturallyspeakingpodcast!
It must be Christmas in July because Janta Clause is coming to Call Now town! The boys had the chance to speak with legendary Pitchman, and Call Now Hall of Famer, Jan Muller! If you've made it this far in the copy then we can safely assume you love the PaintStick episode (you're very smart), same for our 25th Episode Pitch People discussion (you're also incredibly good-looking) and three-fold for our conversation with Stan Jacobs (check please). Find out everything you've ever wanted to know about Jan the man and the four-plus decades he's spent letting people know all the ways they can mix things up at home. Find out how he made his way from bus tickets to the fair, to driving a family caravan nationwide pitch tour (Great Dane included), all the way to his current seat at the top of Blender Mountain as the on-air face of the Vitamix. As a special bonus - Jan and the boys play a little infomercial history trivia! Check us out at callnowpodcast.com and follow @CallNowPodcast on Twitter and Instagram! Thanks for listening and don't forget to Call Now!
79Episode 79 Leadosophy explores the philosophical nature of camping as Tim discusses 10 takeaways from his trip across America in a 21-foot travel trailer along with his wife, his oldest son, and their two Great Danes, Plato, and Frank. Camping is life, life is camping. There just might be something to the idea of getting a little primitive, disconnecting from the smartphone a bit, and enjoying and embracing nature in its raw state.Season One: Foundations of Leadosophy Leadosophy is the fusion of leadership and philosophy. We use philosophical thought to deepen our understanding of leadership together.
These two dynamic ladies are the co-owners of Louisville Lush Aesthetics, a mobile, private event and in-clinic injectable aesthetic services business. They're both independent nurse practitioners trained in aesthetics and love to laugh and learn together. Jana and Ashley have the same enthusiasm for providing quality, ethical care to make you feel like the best version of yourself by enhancing your natural beauty. Jana is a full-time, local Certified Registered Nurse Anesthesiologist. Originally from New Orleans, she transplanted to Louisville when she was three. She graduated Valedictorian of DuPont Manual High School (along with 11 others) in 2000 and went on to pursue a career in nursing at the University of Louisville before attending the University of Cincinnati for her Master's of Science in Nursing with a focus in Anesthesia. Jana and her husband Josh have five kids between them plus two Great Danes, Woodford and Emmy. Ashley is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, originally from Oldham County, and graduated from the University of Louisville Nursing School. She started her nursing career in the Neonatal ICU where she worked while she pursued her Masters in Family Nurse Practitioner. She continued with her love of children working as a Nurse Practitioner in the emergency setting. Ashley and her husband Kevin have one daughter, as well as a golden retriever puppy, Penny. I sat down with them both to discuss all things aesthetic (and more!) on this week's Not So Darlin podcast. Please listen in on our conversation and check out their website at louisvillelusheasthetics.com (link https://www.louisvillelushaesthetics.com/) and on Instagram at @louisvillelushaesthetics (link https://www.instagram.com/louisvillelushaesthetics/) and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LouisvilleLushAesthetics.
Wowie Zowie Citizens indeed! We sit down with the legendary actor Burt Ward about his time on the set of Batman alongside Adam West in the 1960's. But before we chat about that, we talk with Burt about the work that he and his wife do at Gentle Giants Rescue. Burt and Tracy Ward have rescued well over 15, 000 dogs over the years. Their work with large breed dogs like Great Danes, Irish Wolfhounds, Mastiffs and others, also helped them see the need for safe, NON-GMO dog foods. Burt, Tracy and their crew have pioneered the safe, NON-GMO foods for dogs and now cats too! Their dogs are experiencing longer and healthier lives eating their own Gentle Giants dog food. After that we talk about the cultural importance of Batman and how it affected kids and adults alike and how in over 7000 plus appearances, Burt is still told by all the folks he meets about how important this awesome, campy little show was. Face it, without Batman and its success, we dont get Endgame. Thanks Batman and Robin! For more information on Burt Ward and Gentle Giants Dog Foods Please visit - www.gentlegiantsdogfood.com For information about our Show Partners, please visit LevelUp Lightsabers - https://shop.leveluplightsaber.com/?wpam_id=130 River City Tees - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/rivercitytees?ref_id=22912 Support Funny Science Fiction by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/funny-science-fiction Find out more at https://funny-science-fiction.pinecast.co
Inspired by Deborah Levy's recommendation of The Friend by Sigrid Nunez - about the surprising friendship between a woman and a Great Dane named Apollo - this show is dedicated to: pets! Furry best friends or unfairly subjugated creatures? Is it ever possible to love animals ethically? Which pets from the pages of literature have stuck in our minds, and why? Tune in for odes to the animals in our lives, plus a cameo from an irascible peacock named Oberon. If you'd like to suggest themes for us to explore, and get an extra minisode each month, you can subscribe to our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/litfriction
Mark Chapman is joined by former Wales internationals Nathan Blake and Sam Ricketts to react to Wales 4-0 defeat to Denmark at the Amsterdam Arena. Micah Richards and Ian Dennis join the pod to react to Italy's dramatic 2-1 victory over Austria in extra time. We take a look at the next round of games where Belgium take on Portugal and Dutch football journalist, Elko Born, previews Netherlands v Czech Republic. Plus, England defender Ben White tells Emma Saunders how he calls his mum every day from the camp and how he is still in awe of the players around him in training. Topics: 0'26 - Rob Phillips, Nathan Blake and Sam Ricketts immediate reaction to Wales getting knocked out of the last 16 6'53 – Gareth Bale with Carl Roberts 8'16 - Mark Chapman, Nathan Blake and Sam Ricketts dissect what went wrong for Wales 15'05 – Rob Page with Mark Poyser 16'43 – Italy v Austria reaction with Ian Dennis and Micah Richards 22'41 – Belgium v Portugal preview 28'13 – Dutch football journalist Elko Born on Netherlands v Czech Republic 34'10 – England defender Ben White with Emma Saunders 37'05 – Micah Richards on the step up in quality from club level to international level 41'18 – What formation should England use against Germany?
The NHL Shovel of the round goes to Alex KillornKiller Killorn has 8 goals and 9 assists in 17 games for the defending champion Lightning. His toughness and smart play has been huge for the Bolts run back to the Stanley Cup Final. Alex also made a brilliant line change on the lone penalty in game 7, leading to the game winning shorthanded goal.Special thanks to Great Dane
Our series on Mental Health and children in our community, presented by Great Dane and the Kewanee Area United Way continued on Friday with a conversation with Taylor Hager from Braveheart Children's Advocacy Center. Taylor spoke to WKEI about the services Braveheart offers to help kids and families struggling with mental health issues. Braveheart Children's Advocacy Center's job doesn't end once a child ends up in the legal system, services are undertaken afterward that children and families can benefit from, specifically related mental health and at no cost.
Bloody hell Denmark. Bloody hell. Jules, Luke and Jim react to an epic night in Copenhagen which had it all: thunderbastards, bandaged leaders and the most extraordinary comeback story. We also hail the Finns for their brave showing against those bothersome Belgians, who might just whip the trophy out of England's hands despite Gareth Southgate engineering a genius progression to the last 16. Plus, we test some more tournament formats and turn our attentions to two huge clashes tonight for Scotland and England!We'll be releasing even more shows throughout the Euros! Make sure you're subscribed to our feed in your podcast app so you don't miss a thing across the tournament!Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: email@example.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As part of our series highlighting mental health topics courtesy of Great Dane and the Kewanee Area United Way, on Wednesday, June 16th, we talked with Joaquin Barraza and Mary Kopp about the effects of domestic abuse on children and their mental health. Joaquin and Mary are counselors at Freedom House who specialize in treating young children and teens who've been subjected to abuse themselves or lived with domestic abuse in their home.
Welcome to Episode #16 of That Pretentious Book Club! Spoons and Wheezy are thrilled to invite you to their discussion of YA fantasy favorite The Raven Boys by author Maggie Stiefvater! From comparisons to popular anime characters and adoration of old muscle cars, to fangirling over each and every one of the Aglionby boys, this particularly nerdy episode has something for every YA fantasy fan. The hosts are joined in this episode by special (and noisy) guest Shaylee the Great Dane, accompanied by her very real fear of storms. Pour yourself a cup of tea, raise a pinky, and join the club for this discussion of The Raven Boys.Skippers jump to 16:10 Visit us at thatpretentiousbookclub.com or find us on social media @thatpretentiousbookclub
Great Dane is making it possible for Regional Media and the Kewanee Area United Way to bring a series of conversations about Mental Health. Regional Media and the Kewanee Area United Way will bring you interviews with representatives of Braveheart Children's Advocacy Center and Freedom House about Mental Health Topics. Those interviews will air in a series over June, July and August. You can show your support for the Kewanee Area United Way by going to KAUW.org.
The Kewanee Area United Way, Great Dane and Regional Media are partnering for a series of interviews focused around mental health and the services available for those in need. One such service on behalf of children is Braveheart Children's Advocacy Center. Taylor Hager with Braveheart Children's Advocacy Center joined Wake Up Tri-Counties to talk about Child Abuse, Children's Mental Health and what a Children's Advocacy Center does for children in a community like ours.
The first Saturday of the 2021 IIHF World Championship saw a bumper six games full of surprises. We've got a round up of all the action - including a historic win for Heinz Ehlers' Denmark over Sweden - and Finland recording a narrow 2-1 victory over the USA. Our 'on this day' takes us back to 2016 - when Canada made it back-to-back titles by the finest of margins. Then, we look ahead to what day three has on offer - with six more games to preview.
In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Janine Kelbach, BSN RNC-OB. Janine is a wife, mom of 2 boys (and 2 Great Danes), and author of the book, Entrepreneurs: 30+ Nurses Turn Into Business Owners and Share Their Secrets to Success. She has been a Freelance Health Content Writer since 2013 and is the CEO of Write RN. She hosts The Savvy Scribe Podcast: A podcast for healthcare professionals who want to build a profitable writing business. Her team of RN writers helps healthcare companies with their content and social needs "Let's hope our patients know where to find reputable sources for education to help educate themselves and others." This 30-minute episode is on: 1) Educating ourselves on health, and wellness through reputable sources 2) Learning the basics about delivering a baby, and how do they get out of there? 3) Nurses stepping into their destiny becoming Nurse Entrepreneurs 4) Getting the right information is key to empowering your life journey Jana and Janine Discuss: Talk about educating yourself on health and wellness, even the simplest of thing as getting comfortable with your body parts. This is a hilarious conversation with Janine and her past experiences delivering babies, and helping to educate women. Get in touch with Janine Kelbach. Website:www.thesavvyscribepodcast.com Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/savvyscribes Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/writernjanine/ Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/Show Music ‘Hold On’ by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music. Free Gift: 5 Keys To Becoming The Next Influencer Free Video Series Are you ready to see just how powerful your business can be through storytelling? Grab my FREE video series outlining how you can become the next influencer through your powerful story. The upside is right; now, over 90% of businesses are online. On the downside to you is over 90% of businesses are currently online. If you want to stake your place in this crowded space, you need to stand out and be unique. Learn how to do just that for your brand and business. Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/ Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/
Kirk played 1,349 games with 6 teams, including 1993 Stanley Cup Champion Montreal Canadiens. The 6-time All-Star has been in the NHL playing or coaching for almost 40 years. In that time Muller has seen and done it all.Including 3 years as the Hurricanes Head Coach and a short interim stint as bench boss with Montreal during the ’20 Stanley Cup Playoffs.DigInTripp.com for merch@DigInTripp on Instagram & TwitterSpecial thanks to Great Dane
Kristi Yamaguchi1992 Olympic Gold Medalist, 2-time World Champion (’91 & ’92) & ’92 US Champion figure skater. Kristi checks all the boxes for digging in, not only is she a world class athlete but also a great mom and friend of the show. In 2005 she was inducted into the US Olympic Hall of Fame and in ’08 she won season 6 of Dancing with the Stars.DigInTripp.com for merch@KristiYamaguchi on Instagram & Twitter@DigInTripp on Instagram & TwitterSpecial thanks to Great Dane
#030 We were taught in vet school that “one size fits all” when it comes to vaccination: a Great Dane and a Chihuahua both get a 1 cc dose of the vaccine. There was some vague explanation that the “antigenic load” was all the mattered, and big animals and small ones needed the same amount of challenging substance injected.This is what a past client was told recently when he asked for a smaller dose of rabies vaccine to be given to his 9 lb dog. His reaction (like mine should have been as a vet student) was “What the H? How does that make any sense at all?”I immediately knew who to interview on this: Dr. John Robb of Protect the Pets, who observed early on in his practice that the smaller the pet, the more likely they were to have a negative reaction to a vaccine. In his work at a Banfield clinic, he also had access to a very large study that showed, in well over a million dogs, that he was far from the only one to observe this.Join me and Dr. Robb as we discuss this reality that most of our profession refuses to come to grips with. We discuss how titers clearly demonstrate that immunity happens in the small pets with a lessened dose. Dr. Robb had to endure the long, lonely torment of his veterinary board for refusing to adhere to a standard dose that he knew would cause harm to his smaller patients.For more information and links, be sure to visit the show notes for this episode at https://VitalAnimal.com/30
Richard Moore heads to Oudenaarde for the Tour of Flanders and then reviews the men's race with Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe.The biggest question pre-race was whether Deceuninck, sorry, Elegant-Quick-Step could topple defending champion Mathieu van der Poel and his big rival Wout van Aert.And the answer was, yes, thanks to another brilliant display by their Great Dane, Kasper Asgreen. After his solo heroics at the Grand Prix E3 Saxo Bank in Harelbeke last week, the Danish champion gambled on going all the way to the line with Van der Poel. The odds looked stacked against him in the sprint, but he pulled off a fantastic victory.But what were the factors that contributed to Asgreen's win? Did Jumbo-Visma miss a trick leaving Van Aert isolated? And what about the three disqualifications from the race? Were the judges right?All this and more in our Tour of Flanders recap.Plus, visit thecyclingpodcast.com to win a set of Jaybird Vista headphones.The Cycling Podcast is supported by Science In Sport. Listeners can get 25% off Science In Sport products with the discount code SISCP25.This episode is also supported by Curve. Join the two million people who have swapped their wallet for Curve. Go to www.curve.com/cycle