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Reduced Shakespeare Company Podcast

The Gamut Theatre in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted the 2022 Shakespeare Theatre Association conference last weekend, and artistic director Clark Nicholson sat down to talk about the theater's origins, its evolution, and how they run many different operations under one umbrella. Featuring adventures in real estate; changing one kind of sacred space into another; the challenges and rewards of making much out of little; dealing with onstage Egos; the challenges of wearing many different hats; and – most importantly – how children's theater is the new vaudeville in terms of giving actors the chops to handle any kind of audience. Plus! A special tribute to playwright Russell Lees, who died on January 4, 2022. Just a couple of pedantic jerks sitting around talking… (Length 20:05) (Pictured: Melissa and Clark Nicholson, executive and artistic directors, respectively, of the The Gamut Theatre in Harrisburg, PA. Photo by Rick Snizik.) The post Running The Gamut appeared first on Reduced Shakespeare Company.

ArtScene with Erika Funke
Russell Redding; Fiona Powell; January 04 2022

ArtScene with Erika Funke

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 12:15


Russell Redding, Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture, speaking with WVIA's Fiona Powell about the 2022 PA Farm Show at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, running January 8 through 15, with free admission, but a charge for parking. www.farmshow.pa.gov

Insight with Sylvia Maus
12.26.21 The 106th Pennsylvania Farm Show

Insight with Sylvia Maus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 29:37


LIVE – Its the106th Pennsylvania Farm Show with all your favorites and plenty of new and exciting food and events galore. Held at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, the farm show runs January 8th through January 15, 2022. My in studio guests will give us a great preview of this year's show.https://www.farmshow.pa.gov/

Today in PA | A PennLive daily news briefing with Julia Hatmaker

The Mariner East pipeline is at long last on track to be completed in 2022. The Pittsburgh City Council voted to increase its budget for a program that provides free training on salary negotiation to women. If you plan on celebrating New Year's Eve in Harrisburg, please note that the location of the strawberry drop will be somewhere different this year. And one bakery managed to make one Frankenstein of a “doughman” that was seven feet tall. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)
Candid Catholic Convos 12-26-2021

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 28:00


A weekly show produced by the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pa.

Harrisburg Real Estate Podcast with Joy Daniels

We're hiring; could you be the person we need at the Joy Daniels Group?There are a variety of opportunities in the Central Pennsylvania real estate market for both buyers and sellers.If you're a prospective buyer click here for a full home search, or if you're considering placing your home on the market, get a free home value report, right here.Do you have any interest in selling real estate with the Joy Daniels Real Estate Group? If so, we need your help. We are currently getting a huge volume of high-quality leads each month. People looking to us to help them buy or sell a home, but there are so many that we can't keep up. That means we have an opportunity for qualified real estate agents to join us starting in January 2022. We also have opportunities for new agents. We provide quite a bit: We set appointments, supply you with leads from day one, give professional training, and have a full-time support staff. Apply now to be an agent at our office and improve your career in this very competitive real estate environment. If you have a real estate license, we can provide you with information on how to jump-start your career. Let us know if you're interested in working with us by calling (717) 409-5590 or emailing opportunities@joydaniels.com. You can also visit our website for more information. We hope to hear from you soon!

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)
Central PA Voices 12/20/2021

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 25:52


Our host, Joe Nebistinsky, interviews Rachel Troche, Multimedia Producer for the Diocese of Harrisburg. https://www.hbgdiocese.org/

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)
Candid Catholic Convos 12-19-2021

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 28:00


A weekly show produced by the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. This week's show topic:  Kids and Christmas.

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

A weekly show produced by the Knights of Columbus of the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pa.

The Dom Giordano Program
State Rep. Craig Williams Joins Giordano to Respond to AG Shapiro Allegations of Republicans ‘Dragging Their Feet'

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 12:27


To lead off the third hour of the show, Pennsylvania State Representative Craig Williams joins the Dom Giordano Program to respond to Attorney General Josh Shapiro, who today in a press conference, alleged that the assembly refuses to lift a finger to help the crime crisis in Philadelphia and around the state of Pennsylvania. First, Williams responds directly to Shapiro's claims that the assembly has dragged their feet on a potential $30 million infusion into public safety in the State, refuting with proof of past policies that he has personally worked on to both bring funding for public safety, and offering more jurisdiction power to the Attorney General to prosecute gun crimes in Philadelphia. Williams reveals that in 2019, Shapiro was granted more authority to prosecute these crimes but hasn't used it to his greatest advantage, and notes that he's currently working on re-granting the same authority as the edict has since expired. Williams also takes us inside Harrisburg, explaining what Josh Shapiro is like on a personal level, and pontificates why he continues pushing for such progressive policies. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dom Giordano Program
Who's Really At Fault For Lack Of Prosecutions?

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 46:54


To lead off the third hour of the show, Pennsylvania State Representative Craig Williams joins the Dom Giordano Program to respond to Attorney General Josh Shapiro, who today in a press conference, alleged that the assembly refuses to lift a finger to help the crime crisis in Philadelphia and around the state of Pennsylvania. First, Williams responds directly to Shapiro's claims that the assembly has dragged their feet on a potential $30 million infusion into public safety in the State, refuting with proof of past policies that he has personally worked on to both bring funding for public safety, and offering more jurisdiction power to the Attorney General to prosecute gun crimes in Philadelphia. Williams reveals that in 2019, Shapiro was granted more authority to prosecute these crimes but hasn't used it to his greatest advantage, and notes that he's currently working on re-granting the same authority as the edict has since expired. Williams also takes us inside Harrisburg, explaining what Josh Shapiro is like on a personal level, and pontificates why he continues pushing for such progressive policies. Then, after playing Dom's Money Melody for the day, Giordano switches back to taking listener calls surrounding the three previous interviews and crime in Philadelphia. Dom continues discussing Krasner and crime throughout the rest of the show, and asks listeners if they could snap their fingers and learn a skill, which skill they would most like to learn. Also, Giordano and Dan discuss politically correct Christmas songs, and tell which skills they would most like to learn. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Righteous Pk Podcast
Episode 101: Not Afraid of Making a Ho a Housewife

Righteous Pk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 35:06


J-L discusses Nancy Reagan getting roasted on Twitter, his cable drama debut, his new special and why he is confused beyond repair about his comedy career.  Check out his recap of Pittsburgh: https://jlcauvin.com/road-comedy-recap-roethlisberger-vs-j-l-in-pittsburgh/Get tickets to see J-L in DC, Harrisburg, Chicago, San Jose, LA and Utah here:https://jlcauvin.com/calendar/

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)
Candid Catholic Convos 12-12-2021

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 28:00


A weekly show produced by the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pa. This week we talk about the Advent Season and waiting for the coming of Jesus.

This Was The Scene Podcast
Ep. 159: The Commercials w/ Tony Bavaria

This Was The Scene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 60:40


Before we start, feel free to support the podcast if you've been listening for a while by signing up for my Patreon for $1 and I will love you forever. The Commercials Post-hardcore/punk band from Harrisburg, PA active from 1996-2006 with releases on Blackout! Records, Jumpstart Records, and more. I got Tony on the Skype and this is what we chat about Talking about Jeremy from Jumpstart Records Their 25 year reunion show Balancing school and touring Jumpstart Records Their cover of Texas is the Reason Changing singers The song My Bologna has a First Name His current band with Dave Smalley And a ton more Lastly, here's a foreword by Tom Simon who's a good buddy of mine and grew up in the Jersey scene. He tells a story about how Tony and the Commercials played a small role in him starting his career in the music industry. Check out Tony's band with Dave Smalley called Don't Sleep. Check out my new book The Couples' Checklist for my webcomic dailyBred. It's a great gift for Valentine's Day. I also have an Instagram for it. If you market aggressively on Instagram Stories and want custom stickers then go here to get custom stickers or just email mike@drive80.com and I can send you samples. These are great for B2C companies and Realtors. Feel free to support the podcast for as little as $1 a month through Patreon Or go to thiswasthescene.com to possibly buy some merch.

TheBurg Podcast
More than Acronyms: Why DEI, SAD and NLP Matter in HBG and Beyond

TheBurg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 42:00


DEI is much more than a buzzword. How would you define Diversity, Equity and Inclusion? You can compare your definition with one shared by a local expert—who's actually a national expert on the subject. Monica Gould of Strategic Consulting Partners provides plenty of food-for-thought, including three tips for how we can be more mindful of DEI in our daily lives, especially in the new year.   SAD is another timely acronym. Dr. Melissa Brown of UPMC Central PA explains how to keep Seasonal Affective Disorder at bay through the dark winter months. SAD can turn darker, toward suicidal thoughts—and she tells us how to recognize those warning signs as well.   NLP is a local acronym associated with warm, neighborly connections. Neighbors of Lower Paxton has spun off a new nonprofit, Bike a Better Path, and executive director Forrest Healey shares some of their heartwarming holiday success.   It's full steam ahead, into the holiday season, for Lawrance Binda, editor of TheBurg, in his “Most Harrisburg Thing.”   TheBurg Podcast is hosted and produced by longtime Harrisburg-area journalist Karen Hendricks. Visit her website here.    Backstories: This episode is based upon the following December magazine stories: Embracing Inclusion | It's a SAD Time of Year | Wonderland of Wheels   Every month, TheBurg Podcast introduces you to some of Harrisburg's most fascinating people. Their stories start on the pages of TheBurg magazine, and are expanded here on TheBurg Podcast… because “there's always more to the story.”   DYK? TheBurg Podcast received two prestigious awards in 2021: First place, Excellence in Journalism, Society of Professional Journalists, Keystone Chapter; and Honorable mention, Keystone Media Award, Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Foundation.   TheBurg Podcast is welcoming sponsors and/or advertisers: Contact Lauren (lmills@theburgnews.com). TheBurg is a monthly community magazine based in Harrisburg, PA; Lawrance Binda, co-publisher/editor.

Speaking Freely With the ACLU-PA
Rights in Peril: Protecting Both the Vote and Voters' Privacy

Speaking Freely With the ACLU-PA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 29:18


Like other lawmakers in a handful of states, Pennsylvania Senate Republicans have initiated a sham review of the 2020 general election. On a party-line vote, a committee of the state Senate voted to subpoena the personally identifying information of all nine million registered voters in Pennsylvania. The subpoena demands voters' names, addresses, dates of birth, driver's license numbers, and partial Social Security numbers. ACLU-PA has joined a lawsuit challenging the subpoena as co-counsel for eight individuals and three advocacy organizations - Make The Road Pennsylvania, Common Cause PA, and the League of Women Voters of PA. Oral arguments in the case will be held on December 15 before the Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg. In this episode, we hear from Diana Robinson, civic engagement director for Make The Road PA, and Marian Schneider, consulting attorney on elections and voting rights for ACLU-PA. Marian and Diana discuss why the Senate's sham review is an unnecessary distraction from real issues, why it threatens both voting rights and the right to privacy, and how supporters of democracy can support and protect the franchise. Learn more about this case at aclupa.org/Dush. Learn more about the work of Make The Road PA at maketheroadpa.org, on Facebook, and on Twitter [at]MakeTheRoadPA.

TalkErie.com - The Joel Natalie Show - Erie Pennsylvania Daily Podcast
Laughlin "Leaves By Example": Sen. Dan Laughlin - Dec. 7, 2021

TalkErie.com - The Joel Natalie Show - Erie Pennsylvania Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 44:03


On our Tuesday episode, we were happy to welcome Senator Dan Laughlin back to the studio. The Senator was in the news Tuesday as he announced his exit from the Governor's race, and he joined us to talk about his endorsement of Pennsylvania businessman Dave White for the office. We also covered politics and ongoing policy priorities for Senator Laughlin, and how Erie is being represented in Harrisburg.

Larry Richert and John Shumway
Harrisburg spending on state-controlled roads and the latest on Omicron

Larry Richert and John Shumway

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 18:27


6 a.m. Hour - KDKA tells you how much money the commonwealth spends on state-controlled roadways and the latest details on the Omicron variant.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Larry Richert and John Shumway
Former Congresswoman Melissa Hart wants to be Pennsylvania's next governor

Larry Richert and John Shumway

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 7:16


Melissa joins KDKA to explain what she wants to change in Harrisburg.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Today in PA | A PennLive daily news briefing with Julia Hatmaker

A recent poll has shown that Pennsylvania residents' disapproval of how President Joe Biden and Governor Tom Wolf are handling COVID-19 has gone up. One state senator wants to bring back workers to the Pennsylvania Turnpike's toll booths. Harrisburg will have to pay a former cop disability for the “psychological injury” she received while on the job. Lastly, a number of towns in the Keystone State were deemed some of the best Christmas towns in the nation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)
Candid Catholic Convos 12-05-2021

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 28:00


A weekly show produced by the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  

Short Circuit
Short Circuit 198 | International Trade and Standing for Guns

Short Circuit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 44:49


Where do you go to challenge an illegal tax? Well, if that tax is a tariff your destination is the United States Court of International Trade. Learn all about this corner of the Article III judiciary, and how tariffs for once took a beating before it, from Eric Boehm, a reporter at Reason. Also, we return to a frequent subject on Short Circuit, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, with IJ's Josh Windham. That court just made it a little easier to challenge restrictions on gun rights, although it really shouldn't have been that hard in the first place. Solar Energy Industries Assoc. v. U.S., https://www.cit.uscourts.gov/sites/cit/files/21-154.pdf Firearm Owners Against Crime v. City of Harrisburg, https://casetext.com/case/firearm-owners-against-crime-v-city-of-harrisburg-1 A Judge Just Did What Biden Wouldn't: Dump Some Trump Tariffs, https://reason.com/2021/11/17/a-judge-just-did-what-biden-wouldnt-kill-some-trump-tariffs/ Eric Boehm, https://reason.com/people/eric-boehm/ Josh Windham, https://ij.org/staff/joshua-windham/ Anthony Sanders, https://ij.org/staff/asanders/

Charlottesville Community Engagement
December 1, 2021: Virginia's recycling rate increased in 2020; few details on next steps in city manager search

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 15:49


What’s another month in a year that’s already had eleven of them? Another turn of the earth, and each of us is another day closer to the solstice, the holidays, 2022, President’s Day, and so many more milestones that are worth noting somewhere. Perhaps not on this installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement, which is intended to capture a few things that happened around the time of December 1, 2021. Charlottesville Community Engagement is a reader-supported publication. To ensure new posts come out as frequently as possible, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber!On today’s show:More details on what happens next in the top executive position in CharlottesvilleThe Albemarle Board of Supervisors seeks patrons for bills on photo-speed camera expansion and more Virginia’s recycling rate increased in calendar year 2020 In today’s first Patreon-fueled shout-out: The Rivanna Conservation Alliance is looking for a few good volunteers for a couple of upcoming events. On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the RCA will team up with the James River Association to plant trees along the Rivanna River and Town Branch in the Dunlora neighborhood to serve as a riparian buffer. In all, they’re hoping to put in 9 acres of trees. On Sunday, the Rivanna Greenbelt Marathon takes place, and the Rivanna Conservation Alliance is the beneficiary! They’re looking for people to help put on the race. Learn more about both events and the organization at rivannariver.org. COVID updateThe Virginia Department of Health reports that the seven day average for new COVID cases has increased to 1,548 cases a day, and the seven-day percent positivity has increased to 6.7 percent. A month ago on November 1, the percent positivity was 5.5 percent. There were 746 more reported deaths in Virginia in the past month. The Blue Ridge Health District reports an additional 58 new cases today and the seven-day percent positivity is 6.1 percent. There were 26 reported COVID deaths in the health district in November. The Jefferson Madison Regional Library has distributed 631 rapid COVID tests in the past week as part of a pilot program with the Virginia Department of Health. Learn more at jmrl.org. Executive vacancyMarc Woolley will not start today as Charlottesville’s City Manager. Or any other day, for that matter. The former business administrator of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has opted to not take the position of running the city’s executive functions. The City Council met in closed session for over three hours yesterday to discuss the withdrawal. Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah Walker addressed the public afterward to say she had known since before Thanksgiving. “On November 21, Mr. Marc Woolley reached out to me,” Walker said. “We had a planned meeting scheduled for early in the week that had been postponed to that day and he informed me that he for personal reasons would not be taking the job in the city of Charlottesville.”Walker said Council tried to get the notice of Woolley’s withdrawal out before the Thanksgiving holiday.“And we were unable to do that and we apologize to the community for that confusion but we did want to give more time than the notification that happened today,” Walker said. “So we have known for a little over a week and this was the first opportunity for us to get together to explore other options and kind of just brainstorm where we are and where we’re headed.” Councilor Heather Hill had a few more glimpses into what happens next.“Council is considering going into a contract with a firm for interim services,” Hill said. “We’re going to be working through with staff on what the best and most efficient process would be for that. We have made no decisions in that matter.”In the meanwhile, Deputy City Managers Ashley Marshall and Sam Sanders will continue to serve with extended duties. Hill said more information about a search firm will be released in two weeks. City Councilor-Elect Juandiego Wade will be sworn into office at on December 15 at 9:30 a.m. on the City Courthouse steps. He’ll be sworn along at the same time as three members of the School Board. City Councilor-Elect Brian Pinkston will be sworn in on December 23 at 10 a.m. on the Courthouse. However, their terms do not officially begin until January 1. Solid waste planningThe recycling rate in Virginia increased in the year 2020, as reported by 71 planning units across the Commonwealth. Of the 11 million tons of municipal solid waste processed, 5.3 million were reported as recycled. “However, some planning units faced recycling challenges due to the COVID 19 pandemic, lack of recycling markets in their regions and difficulty in obtaining recycling information from private businesses,” reads the executive summary of a report generated by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. Of that 5.3 million tons, 3.9 million were classified as principal recyclable materials and 1.4 million were in the form of credits. Recyclable materials include: Paper, metal, plastic, glass, commingled materials, yard waste, waste wood, textiles, waste tires, used oil, used oil filters, used antifreeze, inoperative automobiles, batteries, electronics and other.Credits refers to: Recycling residues, solid waste reused, non-MSW recycled (includes construction and demolition material, ash and debris) and source reduction initiatives. Under Virginia code, localities or the regions they are within must develop a solid waste management plan. In this area, the Thomas Jefferson Planning District does that work on behalf of Albemarle, Charlottesville, Greene, and Fluvanna. The towns of Scottsville and Standardsville are also covered by the TJPDC which reports a recycling rate of 41.9 percent. Louisa County runs its own sanitary landfill and is its own solid waste planning unit. They report a recycling rate of 29.5 percent. The Lunenberg County solid waste planning unit reported a 78.8 percent recycling rate, the highest in the state. Lee County in Southwest Virginia reported the lowest at 10.4 percent. Virginia code requires localities to be above 15 percent. The report singles out Arlington County for improving the recycling rate by prohibiting glass from the single-stream recycling system. Instead, Arlington set-up five drop-off locations to ensure glass would not be contaminated by other materials. Over 1,429 tons of clean glass was collected. “The removal of glass from the residential curbside recycling program had the added benefit of boosting the overall value of a ton of the single-stream recycling significantly,” reads the report. To learn more about Arlington’s program, visit their website.On Thursday, the operations subcommittee of Albemarle’s Solid Waste Alternatives Advisory Committee meets.  On the agenda is an update on efforts to increase the market for glass recycling to attract interest from a processing company. I wrote about this topic back in January and will be interested in getting an update. (meeting info)See also:  Group seeks information from beverage producers on glass recycling, January 26, 2021You’re reading Charlottesville Community Engagement, supported in part by subscriber supported shout-outs like this one: The Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign, an initiative that wants you to grow native plants in yards, farms, public spaces and gardens in the northern Piedmont. The leaves have started to fall as autumn set in, and as they do, this is a good time to begin planning for the spring. Native plants provide habitat, food sources for wildlife, ecosystem resiliency in the face of climate change, and clean water.  Start at the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Facebook page and tell them Lonnie Murray sent you!Legislative prioritiesThe General Assembly convenes six weeks from today. Across Virginia, local officials are seeking ways to get Delegates and Senators to carry specific bills. The Albemarle Board of Supervisors held a meeting on Monday to explain their three legislative priorities. County Attorney Greg Kamptner said the first is a request to allow localities to treat some violations of local ordinance with civil penalties as opposed to being criminally punished. Albemarle wants to be able to establish a schedule of fines that exceed what can be charged now. “The initiative would authorize a schedule of civil penalties of up to $500 for the initial summons, with increasing amounts of up to a total of $5,000 in aggregate under the same operative facts,” Kamptner said. Kamptner said the current penalty of $200 for the first violation and $500 for additional ones is too low.“Those amounts are unchanged since 2007 and the county has found that some zoning violators see those payments as the cost of doing business which prolongs the enforcement process for those localities that have opted to pursue civil penalties,” Kamptner said. Both Delegate Sally Hudson (D-57) and Delegate Rob Bell (R-58) and expressed interested in being a sponsor for that legislation.Albemarle’s second legislative request is to expand the use of photo-speed cameras to enforce violations of the speed limit. The General Assembly passed legislation in 2020 that allow the cameras to be used in highway in highway work zones and school crossing zones. (HB1442) (current state code)“A photo-speed monitoring device is equipment that uses RADAR or LIDAR in speed detection and produces one or more photographs, microphotographs, video tapes, or other recorded images of vehicles,” Kamptner said. “The enabling authority is self-executing. No ordinance is required and local law-enforcement offices can have the devices installed in those zones.”Kamptner said Albemarle would like to be able to use the cameras on rural roads where speeding has been identified as an issue. “The roads would be selected by the governing body based on speeding, crash, and fatality data,” Kamptner said. Delegate Bell said he would want to talk to someone at the Albemarle Police Department before deciding whether to carry the bill. “I’m reading what is drafted and it’s not exactly what is being described by some of the speakers for what they are looking for,” Bell said. Both Delegate Hudson and Delegate Chris Runion (R-25) both said they would also like to hear from law enforcement. Hudson had concerns. “Historically sometimes automated enforcement devices have been disparately positioned throughout communities and might appreciate some language or guardrails in the bill that would require some kind of public analysis about where they’re going to go,” Hudson said. Albemarle’s third legislative request would be to require agricultural buildings at which the public will be invited to conform to the state’s building code. Currently there is no inspection process or minimum standards for barns and other structures where large events might be held. “The use that would be subject to requirements as such having an automatic fire alarm system, emergency lights and exits, panic hardware at all required exit doors, portable fire extinguishers, and a maximum occupancy of 200 persons,” Kamptner said. Albemarle County cannot currently regulate construction of such buildings due to state law, but a 2018 review of building codes for agritourism and businesses suggested such minimum standards would be beneficial to public safety in an era when many of these buildings are used for breweries, wineries, and other destinations. (read the review)“Many people who go to these properties have no idea that these buildings are not expected and that they don’t meet the building code,” said Supervisor Ann Mallek. Delegate Hudson said she would be willing to request the Division of Legislative Services prepare a draft based on this request. Delegate Chris Runion (R-25) had some concerns about unintended consequences of the requirements and suggested there may be another way to address the issue. “The other area I think is probably a new area of conversation is the limit for 200 people,” Runion said. “I thought there was a limit at 300 previously Also at Monday’s meeting: The Thomas Jefferson Planning District puts together a regional legislative program. TJPDC Deputy Director David Blount serves as legislative liaison and says this year’s regional wishlist is very similar to last year’s.  ‘We’ve added some language to support the expansion of allowing the uses of electronic meetings outside of emergency declarations,” Blount said. “I think we’ll see some legislation on that in 2022.”Charlottesville City Council will be presented with the TJPDC legislative program and their own program at their next meeting on December 6. End notes:Thanks to Grace Liz Cerami, Lisa Edge, Lloyd Goad, and Grace Reynolds for their narration assistance in the podcast. Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. 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Cover to Cover with Matt Tarka
Episode 88: M.R. Morrison (Artist/Poet/Yoga Instructor)

Cover to Cover with Matt Tarka

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 37:42


Our guest today resides just outside of Harrisburg, PA and is no stranger to the program. She is one M.R. Morrison: an artist and poet of We Doubt The Call Even As We Answer It. At the present, she is no stranger to travel which is an integral element of her practice as an artist. Current projects include design for a board game (Daude; Seasons) and her second collection of poetry.For our discussion today, Ms. Morrison has chosen HORSES the debut studio album from the artistic icon known as Patti Smith. Recorded with her band at Electric Lady Studios in August 1975, Horses was released on November 10, 1975, by Arista Records. My hope is you will enjoy this dissection of a brilliant album, track by track!

The Loud Spot with Sebastian
Ep #212 Interview with If Not For Me

The Loud Spot with Sebastian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 34:15


If Not For Me is a four piece metalcore outfit hailing from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Comprised of veterans ranging from all over the central PA music scene, INFM delivers their own brand of catchy choruses, driving riffs, and hard-hitting breakdowns with an explosive live performance to match. If Not For Me has cemented themselves as a fan favorite in their hometown, sharing the stage with many acts including August Burns Red, Wage War, and Ice Nine Kills. Produced by Grammy nominees Grant Mcfarland and Carson Slovac of Atrium Audio/Think Loud Studios (August Burns Red, Texas in July, Polaris, etc.), the band's debut EP, "Capture the Current," was released under Standby Records in July of 2018. If Not For Me has recently signed with Theoria Records and their next new single "Dearly Deceased” will be available everywhere Friday October 22nd. FFO: Polaris, Currents, Fit For a King, Thornhill, and Erra. Author Credit: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5aqpMOXNPtkxwT7jWuE9Vd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Flipping America
Flipping America, 514 Monetize Dead Leads

Flipping America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 60:01


We are going to talk today about how to monetize your dead leads. That's a topic that hairdressers, electricians, OR real estate marketers would love. We send a lot of mail and make a lot of calls every week, trying to turn up properties to buy. Despite our best efforts, hundreds of warm leads don't result in actual purchases. Until now we would just move along, but as of today, we know we can still monetize those leads.  Chris Craddock is a real estate investor and innovative marketer. He's a nationally certified Life Coach in Leadership and one of the top Real Estate professionals in the world closing 30-65 deals a month. He's also the host of the Uncommon Real Estate Podcast, a realtor, and entrepreneur who runs multiple successful businesses in the Washington DC Metro area (and Richmond, VA). Chris and his companies consistently bring in close to 10 Million in revenue year after year. His team, The Redux Group, sold just over $160 Million in volume in 2020. Chris has been married for 21 years and is the proud father to six beautiful children.   How to contact us www.RogerBlankenship.com. Leave a voicemail right from the home page! Facebook.com/flippingamericamedia Twitter and Instagram @FlippingAmerica Call our National Comment Line: 877-55-ROGER (877-557-6437)   ext 1. Leave your message or your question.  Sponsors Flipping America Funding : Get the money you need for your business, for your training, for infrastructure, and for your projects. Flipping America Funding is your one-stop shop for all of your business funding needs. FlippingAmericaFunding.com.   Legal Shield Announcements: FlipStarter November 2021 is sold out. But we've already scheduled it again for January.  Learn how to Find, Fund, Fix and Flip houses Four weeks of video instruction (2 hour sessions) Four weeks of group coaching You'll get my book, “Fantastic Deals and Where to Find Them”, the exact procedure I used to get 10,000 deals per week in my inbox. You'll get my book, “How to Put Skin in the Game When You Are Running Out of Skin”, my little book on how to do deals - even big rehabs - with none of your own money. You'll get my book, “Stop Being Poor” which describes the poverty mindset and suggests a way out.  Includes online courses, ($800 value) REI QuickStart - 15 lessons to have you making offers in 2 weeks. REI By the Numbers - All of the formulas I use for deal analysis, project tracking, and ROI calculations.  Find Your Fit in REI Create the Life of Your Dreams Purchase and Sale Agreements for your offers Contractor Docs, my package of eleven documents that describe policy and procedures for working with contractors, including the actual Construction Agreement I use. I paid a lawyer thousands to create this bullet-proof agreement and I'll include it. How to manage the rehab process How to make $5000 in the next 30 days “Double Your Investment” guarantee. Although it's a 30 day program, you stay on the coaching calls until you have at least doubled your investment in this training. Money back guarantee. If at any time you believe this isn't the thing for you, notify us and you can drop out and get a refund for remaining sessions Your investment: $997.67. Or pay three installments of $350.  Early Bird Discount: Register before December 1st and save $200. 100,000 people want this - we only have 100 seats.  News and Resources:  You can buy a home that needs repairs. There is an FHA loan for that. The 203k. https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/housing/sfh/203k/203k--df How to Revive Dead Leads to Increase Business Growth https://aktify.com/blog/how-to-revive-dead-leads-to-increase-business-growth 5 Effective Tips to Revive Seemingly Dead Sales Leads https://www.prizmmedia.com/revive-dead-leads/  Mindset Moment:  Questions from Listeners:  Roy, Baltimore, MD, “My partner and I have been offered six row houses - the entire block for $5,000. They are all vacant and need a lot of work, and I know there are a lot of vacant homes around. But if we controlled the entire block, it seems like we shouldn't pass it up. Our plan would be to fix them and rent them out until the neighborhood comes back, then sell. Your thoughts?” Gary, Harrisburg, PA, “I was driving to Philly the other day and was surfing radio stations until I came across your show. Interesting stuff. I've been thinking about buying some rentals for side income. Can you give me some pointers on how to find something good in Harrisburg? Jackie, Villages of Ocala, “My husband and I own 25 rental properties back in Michigan where we are from. We are thinking of selling them and using the money to buy similar inventory here in Florida. There's no income tax here and we think we would do better. But although we live here now, we are new here and not that familiar with property in Florida. It's hard to give up something that works for something that might work a little better. We'd like you to weigh in.” Lupe, Boulder, CO, “I heard you mention that you love working with Realtors. Please explain why. It seems like they get paid a lot for doing nothing. I mean, it's not that hard to list a property.” Bernita, Macon, GA, “Is there any way to tell whether or not you need a new roof without getting up on it? I don't want to climb on a roof.” Michelle, Las Vegas. I have an opportunity to buy a house that needs serious updating. I plan to move in and make repairs as I go. Can you recommend a hard money lender out here in Vegas? The house is selling for $265,000, but it would be worth nearly $600,000 when I get all the work done. It will take about $120k to do everything I want to do, but I also plan to live here several years. I make good money and could qualify for a loan up to about 400,000, but the lender I spoke with won't loan money to make the repairs.  My answer: Dodd-Frank prohibits HM lenders. Conforming lenders are limited when repairs are needed. FHA requires finished floors, for example.   FHA 203k Loan Go conventional, make repairs as you can with cash.  OR get a HELOC and make repairs.  Clay, Atlanta, I sold a business and have some cash. A local investor wants me to partner with him by putting up some cash for a downpayment on one of the properties he wants to buy. He's done a few hundred flips and I've known him awhile. I trust him but I still want to make sure I'm protected. What should I do? Quote of the Day “The dream is free. The hustle is sold separately.” – Unknown

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)
Candid Catholic Convos 11-28-2021

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 28:00


Candid Catholic Convos is a weekly show produced by the Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

The Real Estate Syndication Show
WS1133: Weekly Investor Update: November 21-27, 2021

The Real Estate Syndication Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 12:59


Real Estate Investing on a RollReal estate investors bought a record-setting 18.2% or $63.6 billion worth of homes during the third quarter of 2021, up by 16.1% QoQ and 11.2% YoY,Homebuyers: More Affordable Cities in 2022Redfin predicts that more homebuyers will invest in affordable cities such as Columbus, Ohio; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and Indianapolis.Home Sales Remain ResilientExisting-home sales increased 0.8% MoM in October, marking two consecutive months of growth, according to the National Association of Realtors.Home-buying Pushes Mortgage Demand UpBuyers are rushing in during the traditionally sluggish Christmas season in anticipation of higher rates in the future. Top Performing Housing MarketsThe October Market Hotness rankings of Realtor.com still lists Manchester-Nashua in New Hampshire as the top spot on the list for the 11th time since March 2020. Top Cities to RetireThirteen percent of American retirees are moving to Tennessee, according to a survey by a home services firm. Credit Scores Reach All-Time HighSince the start of the pandemic, Americans' FICO credit scores increased by eight points to 716.Top Cities are Attracting Job SeekersCities in the South and West are now the hottest spots for job seekers who relocate for better work opportunities and lower cost of living.Single-Family Homes are Getting BiggerThe median single-family square floor area has increased to 2,337 square feet as of the third quarter, which is 6.2% bigger since the lows reached during the Great Recession.Multifamily Construction Sentiment Improves in 3QThe NAHB's Multifamily Market Survey reports that the Multifamily Production Index increased five points to 53 QoQ.

Keystone Cold Cases
THANKSGIVING BONUS ::Jahsun Patton - Murdered (2005):: Solved

Keystone Cold Cases

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 20:53


For a special Thanksgiving bonus episode, Chelsea tells the heartbreaking story of a well-rounded 18 year old destined to change the world who lost his life during a visit to his sister over the Thanksgiving holiday in Harrisburg.  Amanda and Grace share their thoughts.  Photos, sources and additional info at kccpos.com 

Flipping America
Flipping America 513, Gratitude

Flipping America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 60:01


There is probably nothing I can say about thankfulness or thanksgiving that hasn't already been said and probably more eloquently put. But like love, your thankfulness is something you can continually give away and never run out of. It's never too often and usually never too late to think about thanking someone. For you parents out there, if you can imagine how it warms your heart when your children genuinely thank you for all that you do for them, you have a glimpse of how God must feel we we take time to express our gratitude. And although this show is no more religious than it is political, both topics are an important part of our lives and are destined to come up from time to time. So I just want to ask you right now to think about how often you pray. How many times per week? What percentage of those times when you pray do you ask God for something? 100% or close to it? The alternative is just sitting in His presence in gratitude, worship, or just with a listening heart? Part of my challenge for you today is to focus for a few days on thankfulness. If you pray, try praying without asking for anything (“bless this food” is still asking for something). If you don't pray, it could be something you want to try. But even then, there is someone in your life you could be thanking for something. Think about them. Then Thank them. Even if you have before. We are going to talk more about thankfulness and actually join with some of the members of the Flipping America REIA in giving thanks in just a few minutes, but first I want to get to a backlog of your questions.  How to contact us www.RogerBlankenship.com. Leave a voicemail right from the home page! Facebook.com/flippingamericamedia Twitter and Instagram @FlippingAmerica Call our National Comment Line: 877-55-ROGER (877-557-6437)   ext 1. Leave your message or your question.  Sponsors Flipping America Funding : Get the money you need for your business, for your training, for infrastructure, and for your projects. Flipping America Funding is your one-stop shop for all of your business funding needs. FlippingAmericaFunding.com.   Legal Shield Announcements: FlipStarter November 2021 is sold out. But we've already scheduled it again for January.  Learn how to Find, Fund, Fix and Flip houses Four weeks of video instruction (2 hour sessions) Four weeks of group coaching You'll get my book, “Fantastic Deals and Where to Find Them”, the exact procedure I used to get 10,000 deals per week in my inbox. You'll get my book, “How to Put Skin in the Game When You Are Running Out of Skin”, my little book on how to do deals - even big rehabs - with none of your own money. You'll get my book, “Stop Being Poor” which describes the poverty mindset and suggests a way out.  Includes online courses, ($800 value) REI QuickStart - 15 lessons to have you making offers in 2 weeks. REI By the Numbers - All of the formulas I use for deal analysis, project tracking, and ROI calculations.  Find Your Fit in REI Create the Life of Your Dreams Purchase and Sale Agreements for your offers Contractor Docs, my package of eleven documents that describe policy and procedures for working with contractors, including the actual Construction Agreement I use. I paid a lawyer thousands to create this bullet-proof agreement and I'll include it. How to manage the rehab process How to make $5000 in the next 30 days “Double Your Investment” guarantee. Although it's a 30 day program, you stay on the coaching calls until you have at least doubled your investment in this training. Money back guarantee. If at any time you believe this isn't the thing for you, notify us and you can drop out and get a refund for remaining sessions Your investment: $997.67. Or pay three installments of $350.  Early Bird Discount: Register before December 1st and save $200. 100,000 people want this - we only have 100 seats.  Mindset Moment: Two minutes to change your life. Begin every day for the next 30 days with two solid minutes of thankfulness and gratitude. Don't ask for anything, don't allow your brain to wander into goals, or needs or wants. Think about what you have, your situation, the people in your life, and focus on the things for which you are thankful. 2 minutes. Just 2 minutes per day for the next 30 days.   And then perhaps continue on. You do a LOT of things for 2 minutes you don't really need to do. Why not spend 2 on something that can bring you genuine joy.  News and Resources:  Giving thanks during a pandemic: 'We learn to appreciate things when we lose them https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/health-wellness/2021/11/22/thanksgiving-pandemic-era-gratitude/8658809002/   A Spirit of Gratitude Is Healthy for Society https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/22/opinion/gratitude-thanksgiving-economics.html  Questions from Listeners:  Carson, Plano, TX “What are a few pros and cons of out-of-state investing?” Hank, Portland, OR, “Glad I found your show. I've enjoyed listening. I'm sure you've heard this a million times, but I would like to know your  opinion on the best way to get started in this business. Becca, Milwaukee, WI “I'm looking at a deal that just by the numbers looks like a good deal. But when I look at the house it just doesn't feel right. My boyfriend tells me I should trust the numbers but my realtor kind of agrees with me - it's just an ugly house situated on a weird lot. Am I missing an opportunity if I say no to this? Sandy, Chattanooga TN, “I have an opportunity to buy a rental house in a gentrifying neighborhood just south of downtown. Although it's improving, the schools there are still terrible and crime is high. The house would yield 2% per month in rents. But I'm hesitant. Can you help me think about this?” Roy, Baltimore, MD, “My partner and I have been offered six row houses - the entire block for $5,000. They are all vacant and need a lot of work, and I know there are a lot of vacant homes around. But if we controlled the entire block, it seems like we shouldn't pass it up. Our plan would be to fix them and rent them out until the neighborhood comes back, then sell. Your thoughts?” Gary, Harrisburg, PA, “I was driving to Philly the other day and was surfing radio stations until I came across your show. Interesting stuff. I've been thinking about buying some rentals for side income. Can you give me some pointers on how to find something good in Harrisburg? Jackie, Villages of Ocala, “My husband and I own 25 rental properties back in Michigan where we are from. We are thinking of selling them and using the money to buy similar inventory here in Florida. There's no income tax here and we think we would do better. But although we live here now, we are new here and not that familiar with property in Florida. It's hard to give up something that works for something that might work a little better. We'd like you to weigh in.” Lupe, Boulder, CO, “I heard you mention that you love working with Realtors. Please explain why. It seems like they get paid a lot for doing nothing. I mean, it's not that hard to list a property.” Bernita, Macon, GA, “Is there any way to tell whether or not you need a new roof without getting up on it? I don't want to climb on a roof.” Quote of the Day “Let gratitude be the pillow upon which you kneel to say your nightly prayer. And let faith be the bridge you build to overcome evil and welcome good.” — Maya Angelou “I awoke this morning with devout thanksgiving for my friends, the old and the new.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson “Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.” — Voltaire “When you arise in the morning, give thanks for the food and for the joy of living. If you see no reason for giving thanks, the fault lies only in yourself.” — Tecumseh “He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has.” — Epictetus “Wear gratitude like a cloak, and it will feed every corner of your life.” — Rumi “We are all more blind to what we have than to what we have not.” — Audre Lorde “‘Thank you' is the best prayer that anyone could say. I say that one a lot. Thank you expresses extreme gratitude, humility, understanding.” — Alice Walker "Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow." — Melody Beattie  

Oakland Church
Applied Grace

Oakland Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 46:37


Guest Pastor Ben Evenson from Life Center Ministries in Harrisburg, PA joins us this week to continue our Grace sermon series. We pray this message based on Romans 12:3-8 blesses you.

JMNJR Radio
The Bulldog Hour, Episode 7-18: Harrisburg Recap & 2021 Season Wrap-Up w/ Coach Dahms

JMNJR Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 68:06


All good things eventually come to an end. With a loss to the Cougars in the 2021 District 3 6A Championship game, this remarkable season of Wilson Football has reached its conclusion. Join Joe & Justin and Wilson Head Coach Doug Dahms as they recap the setback in Game 13; look back on 2021; and take a peek at 2022. Thanks to our sponsors Mays Sandwich Shop (Bill Mays), MikeDragoSports.com (Mike Drago), C&S Supply Company, Andy Herr, Marty Palm, and our 3 Anonymous Donors! The Bulldog Hour will be back for Season 8, set to debut in February 2022! ----------------------- JMNJR Radio: www.jmnjrradio.com/ The Bulldog Hour: www.bulldoghour.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/BulldogHour Twitter: @WilsonBulldogs | @BulldogHour | @CoachJoeMays | @Mr_Raffauf Email: show@bulldoghour.com OR joe@bulldoghour.com

GT Power Hour
The GT Power Hour: Episode 27 ("Exciting, challenging, but a little scary": How one long night in Harrisburg changed Pennsylvania's electricity future)

GT Power Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)
Candid Catholic Convos 11-21-2021

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 28:00


A weekly show produced by the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In this episode Show host discuss Thanksgiving plus Bishop Gainer's Thanksgiving message to the Diocese.  

iCantCU Podcast
Traveling By Train To Harrisburg

iCantCU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 57:31


In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about traveling to Harrisburg, PA for the NFB of PA State Convention. It was nice to be with friends from around the state after not going last year. I also talk about celebrating Ziggy's first birthday. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/154 Traveling To The State Capital It is pretty easy to get to Harrisburg from Philadelphia via Amtrak. It takes less than two hours. The issue is getting from my house to 30th Street Station since the Septa Regional Rail schedule has been dramatically reduced. The State Convention There are all sorts of events and presentations at the convention. Accessible tech was covered on Thursday afternoon. There was a ceremony to honor blind veterans that night. Friday was all about various divisions and groups like blind parents, blind merchants, and students, as well as the affiliate board meeting. General sessions on Saturday covered many topics and was very inspiring. The formal banquet Saturday night was great for connecting with old friends and making new ones. The business meeting on Sunday morning caught everyone up on the affiliate finances and what each chapter is doing for fundraising and outreach. The Bar As with most conventions and conferences, the bar is where most new connections and ideas were made. I talked with a few people about White Canes Connect show ideas and ideas for videos showing blind people doing the same things sighted people do. Ziggy's Birthday Eliz made cupcakes using a recipe from Three Dog Bakery. He loved them. I thought the cake portion was okay, but didn't like the icing. Eliz and Jacob didn't try them. It is a dog-friendly recipe. All-Blind Fantasy Football Draft Video In case you didn't see it yet, check out our fantasy football draft video produced by Yahoo. The Yahoo fantasy sports app is very accessible and makes our league of all blind and visually impaired players run smoothly. Follow the iCantCU Podcast so you don't miss an episode! Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Amazon | Google | IHeartRadio Reach Out On Social Media Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn Get In Touch If you've got questions, comments, or show ideas, I want to hear from you! Call (646) 926-6350 and leave a message. Include your name and town and let me know if it is okay to use your voice on an upcoming episode. You can also email the show at iCantCUPodcast@gmail.com  

What Next | Daily News and Analysis
“I Quit My Job Today”

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 37:37


You've likely heard about the great resignation -- this moment when millions of workers across the country have handed in their notice. Sometimes, people left because they were overworked. Sometimes, it's because they wanted to change paths, or make more money elsewhere. But for every employee quitting, there's an employer being quit on. These are stories from the great resignation: Who's quitting, who's hiring, and how long this moment is likely to last.  Guests: Betsey Stevenson, professor of public policy and economics at the University of Michigan. Rachel, a recently resigned employee from Massachusetts. Julia James, co-owner of Radish and Rye Food Hub in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: “I Quit My Job Today”

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 37:37


You've likely heard about the great resignation -- this moment when millions of workers across the country have handed in their notice. Sometimes, people left because they were overworked. Sometimes, it's because they wanted to change paths, or make more money elsewhere. But for every employee quitting, there's an employer being quit on. These are stories from the great resignation: Who's quitting, who's hiring, and how long this moment is likely to last.  Guests: Betsey Stevenson, professor of public policy and economics at the University of Michigan. Rachel, a recently resigned employee from Massachusetts. Julia James, co-owner of Radish and Rye Food Hub in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Trumpcast
What Next: “I Quit My Job Today”

Trumpcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 37:37


You've likely heard about the great resignation -- this moment when millions of workers across the country have handed in their notice. Sometimes, people left because they were overworked. Sometimes, it's because they wanted to change paths, or make more money elsewhere. But for every employee quitting, there's an employer being quit on. These are stories from the great resignation: Who's quitting, who's hiring, and how long this moment is likely to last.  Guests: Betsey Stevenson, professor of public policy and economics at the University of Michigan. Rachel, a recently resigned employee from Massachusetts. Julia James, co-owner of Radish and Rye Food Hub in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Stephen King Podcast
Bonus Ep. 44 - Writer Alex Grass Woken By Dr. Sleep

The Stephen King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 49:09


Welcome to bonus episode 44 of - The Stephen King Podcast  - Constant and New Listeners! Horror author - Alex Grass - tells how Stephen King's - Doctor Sleep - woke him up and was instrumental in changing his life. This wake up call propelled Alex into writing his first horror novel - Black River Lantern. Have a listen and found out how all this came to be. About The Author: Born in Harrisburg, PA, Alexander Grass lived in Philadelphia, Israel, and a few other places before settling in Brooklyn with his wife and three kids. Check out his website -  Alex Grass - for details. In this podcast: 1) Intro 2) Interview 3) Outro   --------------------------------------------------------------- Intro Music - Don't Fear The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult Outro Music - Stand by Me by Ben E. King ------------------------------------------------------------------- iTunes - The Stephen King Podcast. ------------------------------------------------------------------- RSS Feed - RSS. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Direct Download Link - The Stephen King Podcast - Bonus Episode 44 ------------------------------------------------------------------- You can find the podcast on the Internet at the following locations:                                          -------------------------------------------------------------------   -------------------------------------------------------------------   Support The Show - Thank You! 

Life = Choices; Choices = Life
How to Connect with & Respect People with Disabilities

Life = Choices; Choices = Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 29:23


In this episode, I talk with Barb Zablotney, who sustained a spinal cord injury when she was just 21-years-old. She spent a decade in a very dark place. Her mother passed away and she lost her relationship with her fiance, but then she became Miss Wheelchair Pennsylvania. This wasn't a beauty pageant, although Barb is certainly beautiful. It was an honor bestowed on her for her ideas, ability to articulate those ideas and her dedication to advocacy for the community she finds herself a part of--the disability community. Barb is a model for Team Torrid, was featured in a commercial for the UPMC Health Plan, lobbied politicians in Harrisburg and D.C. and much more!  In this podcast, Barb reveals her goal of independence and how she wishes people would treat her. She also talked with me about what she wants abled-bodied people to know about the disabilities community. She has written an article on accessible parking http://digital.olivesoftware.com/olive/ODN/DailyAmerican/shared/ShowArticle.aspx?doc=SZDA%2F2020%2F09%2F25&entity=Ar02002&sk=5FBA4DE0&mode=text (here) and recommended the book, https://www.amazon.com/Demystifying-Disability-What-Know-Ally/dp/1984858971/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1PMJTRE681QAE&keywords=demystifying+disability&qid=1636340907&sprefix=demyst%2Caps%2C125&sr=8-1 (Demystifying Disability) by Emily Ladau for people interested in knowing more than we could possibly cover in a 30-minute podcast. If you would like to learn more from Barb, you can follow her on social media: https://www.facebook.com/barbzablotney (Facebook), https://www.instagram.com/therollingrainbow/ (Instagram) and https://www.youtube.com/c/RollingRainbowBarb (YouTube). 

TheBurg Podcast
Soup Weather: What's in Harrisburg's Pot?

TheBurg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 47:42


This month's podcast is like a giant pot of gumbo, chock-full of Harrisburg happenings. First, we talk soup, and so much more, with Dr. Rod Mortel of the High Hopes for Haiti Foundation. He explains why he's not worried about his foundation's school, and its many additional programs, despite the country's struggles. Meet TheBurg's resident film critic Sammi Leigh Melville, and enjoy an expanded “The Most Harrisburg Thing” with Lawrance Binda, TheBurg's editor extraordinaire. Every month, TheBurg Podcast introduces you to some of Harrisburg's most fascinating people. Their stories start on the pages of TheBurg magazine, and are expanded here on TheBurg Podcast… because “there's always more to the story.” TheBurg Podcast is hosted and produced by longtime Harrisburg-area journalist Karen Hendricks. Visit her website here.  Backstories: This episode is based upon the following November magazine stories: High Hopes for Haiti | Now We're Cooking: “Julia” | Surf's Almost Up, at Harrisburg Beach Club DYK? TheBurg Podcast received two prestigious awards in 2021: First place, Excellence in Journalism, Society of Professional Journalists, Keystone Chapter; and Honorable mention, Keystone Media Award, Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Foundation. TheBurg Podcast is welcoming sponsors and/or advertisers: Contact Lauren (lmills@theburgnews.com). TheBurg is a monthly community magazine based in Harrisburg, PA; Lawrance Binda, co-publisher/editor.  

Best of the Web: the MetaFilter Podcast
178: Leisure Suit Larry's, Uh, Pixels

Best of the Web: the MetaFilter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


We got a rootin' tootin' podcast here. Darn tootin'. Can you both rootin'- and darn'- something that's tootin' in the same paragraph like this? I don't know. I really don't know. I might be going to podcast jail. Before that happens, though, here's me and jessamyn chattering about MetaFilter, the nature of daylight, representation vs. allusion in crappy old Sierra erotic comedy adventures, MetaFilter, the concept of (for some reason) No Nut November, "Meta", and who knows what else because we're both still getting used to the time change. It runs exactly, precisely, to the second 90 minutes.Helpful LinksPodcast FeedSubscribe with iTunesDirect mp3 downloadMisc - Jessamyn is a bee - I got a tattoo and literally everyone guessed right - remember, remember, the No Nut November, the Poe's Law'd Sienfeldian plot - Jess recently enjoyed reading Finna - I recently enjoyed rereading Dune, I don't have a link or anything, I just did is all - also Sierpinski Triangles - okay, on review I totally recognize that yodel breakdown in Focus' Hocus Pocus Jobs - Property project management and maintenance by Barbara Spitzer - Drop off a document at the PA Secretary of State in Harrisburg by Sheydem-tants Projects - The Worst House On The Internet by missjenny (MeFi Post) - Are You a Clickbait Genius? by malevolent - Saturday Afternoon Ikea Trip Simulator by dng (MeFi Post) - Mini-Project: Convert exported Metafilter comments to HTML, JSON, or MBOX by Kadin2048 - Mystic Paths - A new word board game! by meinvt MetaFilter - anyone who enjoys wild birds is a birder! birding is for everyone! by jessamyn - Aspirational rhetorical loquaciousness by simmering octagon - The United States Postal Service: "Non oficialis motto!" by not_on_display - Uh oh by Cookiebastard - Fractal vise by clawsoon - Welp, there goes my evening ... by dancestoblue - Off, dud, over, under, upon, hot, ono, oof, hi, lo, etc. by tss Ask MetaFilter - help me find more podcasts by jessamyn - HBTY HBTY HBD* HBTY by QuakerMel - How fast/reliable is TSA's lost and found? by LSK - What's a good name for an office can crusher? by box - Programming/computer science/IT terms that refer to obsolete tech? by potrzebie - Burying ethernet cable (or wireless??) by wenestvedt - I want to learn art by Brittanie - Donated to take a campaign over its goal. Goal changed afterwards. wtf? by scruss - Have Jazz Hands, Will Jazzercize by meese MetaTalk - MeFi Mall 2021 by hippybear - MetaFilter Gift Swap 2021 Signups by curious nu - MeFi Holiday Card Exchange by needlegrrl - NaNoWriMo 2021 by womb of things to be and tomb of things that were - Roll, Truck, Roll by lauranesson

Forgotten America
Ep. 032: Climate Change & Rural America

Forgotten America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 54:30


Gordon Tomb is a senior fellow with the Commonwealth Foundation in Harrisburg, PA, a free-market think tank focused on Pennsylvania state policy and a senior advisor with the CO2 Coalition founded with the purpose offor the purpose of educating thought leaders, policy makers, and the public about the important contribution made by carbon dioxide to our lives and the economy. Gordon joins Garrett today to discuss climate change, energy policy, and rural America.    Follow Gordon's work at the Commonwealth Foundation.    Learn more about the CO2 Coalition.    The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels by Alex Epstein https://www.amazon.com/Moral-Case-Fossil-Fuels/dp/1591847443/ref=sr_1_1?crid=374QE166TQOQ6&keywords=the+moral+case+for+fossil+fuels&qid=1636120357&qsid=146-9753540-0151901&s=books&sprefix=the+moral+case+for%2Caps%2C224&sr=1-1&sres=1591847443%2CB07KCL46RN%2CB0178R9CWO%2CB00KY9PFMK%2C0593084101%2C0593420411%2C0262035774%2C1545614105%2C1732687900%2C0989344800%2CB07VLPD7ZT%2C1949673162%2CB07PN5N9K2%2C1594206430%2CB08T6FFY6S%2C0300234481&srpt=ABIS_BOOK    Inconvenient Facts: The science Al Gore doesn't want you to know by Gregory Wrightstone https://www.amazon.com/Inconvenient-Facts-science-that-doesnt/dp/1545614105/ref=sr_1_2?crid=XZUPOW49ZDAK&keywords=inconvenient+facts+gregory+wrightstone&qid=1636401807&qsid=146-9753540-0151901&s=books&sprefix=inconvenient+facts+%2Cstripbooks%2C180&sr=1-2&sres=1545614105%2CB092FM1LG9%2C197390845X%2C1945181478%2C0986398306%2C1621576760%2C1984371401%2C0393540871%2C1630061476%2C0986420190%2C1731015208%2C1594865671%2C0670062723%2C1985611376&srpt=ABIS_BOOK    H.L. Menchken https://www.britannica.com/biography/H-L-Mencken    Mark P. Mills with the Manhattan Institute https://www.manhattan-institute.org/expert/mark-p-mills    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   You can support the Cardinal Institute by donating or following us on social media:    Donate: www.cardinalinstitute.com/donate Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cardinalinstitute Newsletter: www.cardinalinstitute.com/contact YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCosCMp86mjLbf8ZWfE5yS7Q Twitter: @CardinalWV Facebook: /CardinalInstitute/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cardinal-institute-for-wv-policy/ Instagram: @teamcardinalwv

Charlottesville Community Engagement
November 8, 2021: Charlottesville's Woolley era to begin on Dec. 1; Fifeville group seeks facilitator for Cherry Avenue plan listening sessions

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 16:42


Let’s begin the show with the first of two Patreon-fueled shout-outs. Charlottesville 350 is the local chapter of a national organization that seeks to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. Charlottesville 350 uses online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions to oppose new coal, oil and gas projects, and build 100% clean energy solutions that work for all. To learn more about their most active campaigns, including a petition drive to the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank, visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/cville350On today’s show:Charlottesville selects a Pennsylvania administrator as the third interim City Manager in three and a half years The Fifeville Neighborhood Association seeks a facilitator to help with implementation of the Cherry Avenue Small Area Plan A Charlottesville television pioneer has diedCOVID vaccinations for those aged 5 to 11 have begun  And a Louisa County Supervisors wins a seventh term on a four-vote marginThis weekend, vaccinations of children between the ages of 5 to 11 began in the Blue Ridge Health District. According to spokeswoman Kathryn Goodman, there were 127 vaccinations in that range at the Community Vaccination Center in Seminole Square and Pediatric Associates vaccinated 565 children. The Blue Ridge Health District and the University of Virginia Health System begin administering shots today.  “I think this is a really big step forward and the COVID vaccine is one of the most well-studied vaccines at this point in history,” said Dr. Debbie-Ann Shirley, an expert on pediatric infectious diseases at the UVA Health System. “There have been hundreds of millions of doses already given. There have been clinical trials done in adults, young adults, adolescents, and now children in the 5 to 11 age group.”Federal officials approved the Pfizer vaccine for children last week, which uses a smaller dose than the one given to people 12 and above. Dr. Shirley said that lower dose was suggested through the testing process. Last week, she penned an article on UVA Today outlining the work that has gone into producing the shots. “Using that low dose vaccine, they still make really high levels of antibody that were comparable to the same antibody levels that we’ve seen in adolescents and older adults who received higher doses,” Dr. Shirley said. Dr. Shirley said Moderna has submitted their data to the Food and Drug Administration for approval, and Pfizer will soon submit data for a vaccine for even younger children. This morning the Virginia Department of Health reports another 913 new cases and the seven-day average of new cases at 1,276 a day. The percent positivity has increased slightly to 5.6 percent, up from 5.4 percent on Thursday. The Blue Ridge Health District reports another 42 cases today and there have been five more reported fatalities since Thursday.The man who started Charlottesville’s first commercial television station in 1973 has died. Harold Wright passed away on Saturday at his home at Lake Monticello. WVIR launched on March 11, 1973 using $500,000 of capital as well as second-hand equipment. That’s according to a story published this morning on NBC29.com. Wright retired from the station in January 2020, not long after it was purchased by Gray Communications in March 2019. Louisa County Supervisor Fitzgerald Barnes has won re-election to a seventh term representing the Patrick Henry District. A canvas and recount on Friday that included remaining provisional and absentee ballots extended Barnes’ election-night lead of one vote to four votes over challenger William D. Woody Jr. According to coverage on Twitter by Tammy Purcel of Engage Louisa, Woody would have had ten days to ask for a recount but he conceded the race. Charlottesville’s Fifeville Neighborhood Association and the city government are seeking a consultant to help with a series of listening sessions to help implement the Cherry Avenue Small Area Plan. That document was produced by consulting staff at the Thomas Jefferson Planning District and approved as an addendum to the city’s current Comprehensive Plan on March 1. On that same night Council adopted an affordable housing plan as the first milestone in the Cville Plans Together initiative. The neighborhood association seeks a “third-party facilitator to help co-design and lead up to three Anti-Displacement, Land Acquisition, and Development Working Sessions.” The goal is to move forward with  implementation of the plan.  (read the request for proposals)The firm Rhodeside & Harwell will not pursue this request for proposals, according to Cville Plans Together project manager Jennifer Koch. Her team is familiar with the Cherry Avenue Plan.“We reviewed this plan, as we reviewed other completed Small Area Plans, and looked to support recommendations related to fostering a mix of uses and more housing options/density at levels that respect the current scale of the neighborhood,” Koch wrote in an email this morning. “The affordability framework and anti-displacement mechanisms built into the plan (including, but not limited to, the Sensitive Community Areas) also align with goals in the Cherry Avenue SAP.”Since adoption of the plan in March, several properties have exchanged hands. In April, Woodard Properties purchased the Cherry Avenue Shopping Center as well as vacant land immediately behind. In July, the company bought a vacant lot in the 800 block of the busy roadway. Also in July an LLC called Project New Life bought undeveloped land on Cherry Avenue at the intersection of 7 1/2th Street. The Future Land Use Map in the draft Comprehensive Plan calls for Cherry Avenue west of Roosevelt Brown Avenue to be in the new Medium Intensity Residential, which calls for increased housing opportunities “along neighborhood corridors, near community amenities.” The areas around Nalle Street and King Street north of Cherry Avenue east of Roosevelt Brown are designated as “low-intensity residential (sensitive community areas)” to “allow for additional housing choice, and tools to mitigate displacement, within existing residential neighborhoods that have high proportions of populations that may be sensitive to displacement.”But will that stop those with wealth from purchasing single-family homes that would then be protected from additional density? In April, a house in the 700 block of Nalle Street sold for $700,000, or 85.83 percent over the 2021 assessment. October’s property transactions will be posted soon for paid subscribers of Charlottesville Community Engagement. You’re listening to Charlottesville Community Engagement and it’s time for the second Patreon-fueled shout-out. WTJU is hosting Classical Listening Parties, a series of four free, casual events on Tuesdays in November. These four events are led by Chelsea Holt, pianist, teacher, and one of WTJU’s newest and youngest classical announcers. She’ll guide you through all the eras of classical music beginning Tuesday, Nov 9th, 7 p.m.: Early & Baroque. For a list of the others, visit wtju.net to learn more and sign up! At the same time ballots were being counted in Louisa County on Friday afternoon, City Council introduced Marc Woolley as the next interim city manager. Woolley recently resigned as Business Administrator in Harrisburg, the capital of Pennsylvania. The city has U.S. Census 2020 population of 50,099. Deputy City Manager Ashley Marshall and Sam Sanders will remain in place. “Together with the assistance of staff, Sam, Ashley, and Council, I will be focusing on some key issues currently before Charlottesville,” Woolley said. “Mainly the budget and the completion of the Comprehensive Plan.” Woolley will begin work on December 1. The process to find a permanent city manager will resume once again in April. Woolley is a native of Wilmington, Delaware who went to law school at Boston College. He’s worked as general counsel for the Philadelphia Housing Authority, two positions at the Delaware River Port Authority, three positions at the Hershey Trust Company, and the position in Harrisburg. (read his resume)“I’ve been with the City of Harrisburg for the past four years as the Business Administrator,” Woolley said.Harrisburg has a form of municipal government where the executive and legislative branches are separate, so a “strong mayor” oversees department heads. The business administrator position is equivalent to a city manager. “All administration functions flowed through me except for the city solicitor,” Woolley said. According to an article on Pennsylvania Live, Woolley’s resignation had been expected to begin on November 12, but Mayor Eric Papenfuse made that effective November 1 after learning of the Woolley’s decision to leave Harrisburg. Papenfuse was defeated the next day in his bid for a third term, though he ran as a write-in. Anticipating questions from the press about Woolley’s careee, Councilor Lloyd Snook led a friendly cross-examination of his career history after resigning from the Philadelphia Housing Authority. Snook:“Looking at the next ten years or so of your career it seems like you were often put in a position of having to kind of clean up a mess. Is that an accurate assessment?”Woolley:“I think to first assess what the issues were and then accordingly if there were things that needed to be done to implement those policies in order to rectify anything.” Harrisburg has been considered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a distressed municipality since 2010. That requires creation of a Financial Recovery Plan which is called the Harrisburg Strong Plan. The latest financial report for the capital city is from 2019.  Snook:“When you got to Harrisburg there were shall we say some financial difficulties that you were having to unravel.”Woolley:“Some financial difficulties. We are in Act 47 which is for distressed municipalities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Years before I arrived in Harrisburg there were a number of bond deals that were done and saddled the residents with a lot of debt and turns out they just couldn’t pay it. The city couldn’t pay it back. The state sent in a receiver to develop what they call the Strong Plan. They sold off a lot of assets, almost $400 million worth of assets, applied those to the debt and set up payments for other general obligation debts. When I arrived in Harrisburg, we were rounding the corner. This year and actually starting last year, was able to entertain actually getting back our credit rating. We didn’t have a credit rating. Looking to refinance debt and put out for capital projects. It’s a 180 degree turn from where they were and I think Harrisburg is going to better for it and I think they’re going to get a credit rating. Not as good as Charlottesville, but they’re going to try.”The city has held a AAA bond rating from Standards and Poor’s since 1964 and a AAA bond rating from Moody’s since 1973. For the past several years, the city has been steadily increasing debt-financing for capital projects, including several million a year for affordable housing projects and $75 million for the renovation of Buford Middle School. The next budget may include a property tax increase to help pay the debt service. Woolley will oversee creation of that next document but acknowledged Council will be reopening the pubic process for a permanent manager next spring. (Routine advice wanted for city bonds, October 26, 2021)“This is not necessarily the transition,” Woolley said. “The transition will occur when the new city manager is appointed through the process that you’ve described in April but right now there are certain acute issues that need to be taken care of, mainly the budget and the Comprehensive Plan.” Woolley said his role is to lay the foundation for that person. While Charlottesville’s government is not considered distressed, the separate Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority is considered a troubled agency by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Watch the whole press briefing which included comments and questions from members of the community. The entire event was just over an hour long and is on the city’s streaming archive. (watch)Former City Manager Chip Boyles recently took a job as the executive director of the George Washington Regional Commission, the planning district around Fredericksburg. Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP? The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here! This is a public episode. 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Building PA Podcast
The Making of an Industry Leader

Building PA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 29:07


Jessica Meyers, owner and president of JEM Group, based in Harrisburg, joins co-hosts Chris Martin and Jon O'Brien on the latest episode to discuss her leadership style, the future of JEM Group, and how the company is focusing on professional development among her team. During the episode, Meyers tells how she came to work in the construction industry and some of the obstacles she overcame to become an industry leader. Meyers says, “I don't try to be a perfect leader. I think it is important to come across as humble and this makes a leader more relatable.”A topic that is very high on her priorities is, recruitment and talent acquisition. She shares the focus of the JEM Group's recruitment efforts, which includes an individual development plan for both professional and personal aspects, use of the Gallup Strength Finder, Q12, and ongoing training offered to meet the individual's development plan. Learn more about the future of JEM Group at https://www.jemgroup.net/ This episode is part of the Business Leadership Series brought to you by McQueen Building Company.

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
Episode 2217: Dr. Robin Joppy ~ International Shades of Beauty, Virtual Beauty Expo November 12th-14th, 2021

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 40:42


Bestselling Author, Corporate Trained Business Woman/EntrepreneurInternationalShadesofBeauty.com is: WHERE  Information about the Global Virtual Hair & Beauty Show.HAPPENING: on November 12th-14th,2021. All people, The Public, Beauty/Fashion Professionals Students, Hair & Body Care Industry Product Representatives are Welcome to the Exciting Event.Dr. Robyn Joppy is the Mastermind Business Women behind this Vision & Event. You can contact  her here:Dr Robyn: https://twitter.com/Dr_RobynJoppyTwitter: https://twitter.com/IntShadesBeautyInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/intshadesbeauty/It is Great to Hear MORE Women of Color Innovating in the Beauty Industry & Becoming Business Owners.With more than 300 workshops and keynote presentations, Dr. Robyn Joppy pursued her love of education and completed her doctoral degree in Leadership Management at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Additionally, Dr. Joppy received her master's degree in Public Administration (MPA) and a graduate certificate in Human Resources Development from Pennsylvania University (Penn State), and a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Marketing and Speech Communications from Syracuse University.Combined with her membership in the Health Care Compliance Association, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Northeastern Educational Research Association, Dr. Joppy is considered an expert in the areas of compliance education and training, human resource development, mentoring and coaching, and market research and analysis. Her knowledge of international health care policy and financing issues, compliance requirements, trends, legislation, and initiatives has served her well.After working and serving many years in corporate America, Robyn leaped into entrepreneurship and founded One Accord Consulting Firm, LLC in June 2016 and Pearls Management in 2018. A native of central Pennsylvania in the United States of America, Dr. Joppy takes great pride as an active advocate for her profession with establishing and maintaining relationships across hospitals, community groups, providers and government officials. She was born in Harrisburg, PA and currently resides there. She enjoys expanding her horizons by traveling the globe and has the desire to visit every continent.© 2021 Building Abundant Success!!2021 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music  ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBAS

Sockers Overtime
S4E2: Tavoy Morgan Returns to San Diego! Plus, New Rules will Change the Game

Sockers Overtime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 80:51


Craig Elsten and Jerry Jimenez are back to talk about the big news in San Diego, the trade bringing forward Tavoy Morgan back to the Sockers full-time. What will this mean for the team, and the forward position? We say goodbye to some former teammates leaving for new clubs, and look at news around the MASL. Then, a look at the new playoff format, points system, and a goalkeeper rule that changes a LOT.

This Date in Weather History
2008: Powerful storm dumps snow on Northeast

This Date in Weather History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 2:11


A potent coastal storm slammed the Northeast with strong winds, soaking rains and burying snow on October 28, 2008. The snow fell from New Jersey to Vermont with the heaviest amounts exceeding a foot. The weight of the snow, combined with the howling winds brought down tree limbs and power lines. The winds, alone knocked down trees from southern New England to the New York area. Snow totals reached 20 at Slide Mountain New York, a foot at Middleburgh, Pennsylvania and 16” at Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania. Wind gusts reached 66 mph at Cape May New Jersey, 54 mph at Harrisburg, PA and 52 mph at Syracuse New York.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Up First
Sacred Ground: A 9/11 Story

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 55:48


On September 11, 2001, United Flight 93 was hijacked by four Al Qaeda terrorists. The passengers and crew fought back and because of that, the plane crashed outside of Shanksville, Pa., instead of its likely target: the U.S. Capitol.Part of the plane crashed onto land owned by Tim Lambert, a public radio reporter at WITF in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The crash would end up connecting Tim, in surprising ways, to the first responders who managed the aftermath and to the families of the people who died on board. He gained access and insight into 9/11 that no other reporter had.20 years after Flight 93's crash, Lambert and NPR's Scott Detrow tell the story of Flight 93: what happened that day and what happened over the years to come.Warning: this episode contains explicit language and content some listeners may find disturbing.

The NPR Politics Podcast
Sacred Ground: A 9/11 Story

The NPR Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 56:09


On September 11, 2001, United Flight 93 was hijacked by four Al Qaeda terrorists. The passengers and crew fought back and because of that, the plane crashed outside of Shanksville, Pa., instead of its likely target: the U.S. Capitol.Part of the plane crashed onto land owned by Tim Lambert, a public radio reporter at WITF in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The crash would end up connecting Tim, in surprising ways, to the first responders who managed the aftermath and to the families of the people who died on board. He gained access and insight into 9/11 that no other reporter had.20 years after Flight 93's crash, Lambert and NPR's Scott Detrow tell the story of Flight 93: what happened that day and what happened over the years to come.Warning: this episode contains explicit language and content some listeners may find disturbing. Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.