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Faith Victory Church Podcast
Episode 49: Spiritual Heritage #2

Faith Victory Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 111:37


Dr. Philip D. Derber

Stories from Palestine
Bethlehem artisans

Stories from Palestine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 49:02


For Handmade Palestine, an initiative that promotes the sales of handicrafts made by local Palestinian artisans, I am producing a series of podcast episodes about the artisans and their work. In this episode you can listen to two interviews with artisans in Bethlehem.At Ma'an Lil Hayat we speak about the felted wool items that they produce, with local wool from sheep in the Bethlehem area. At this Center people with and without intellectual disabilities work together in the felting process. This is not only about producing felt items like nativity sets and Christmas hangers, but more so about a social life and learning skills for people with intellectual disabilities. In the interview you can hear them and the staff of the Center and you can feel how valuable this place is for all of them.The father and son Tawfiq and Samer Kattan are silversmiths in Bethlehem. Together with Nadira Al Araj they work on producing silver jewelry in the shape of the olive leave. Each piece is unique because it is shaped with a real olive leave as the model. The olive leave burns inside the melted silver after it gave its shape to the pendant or earring. If you want to see the items and possibly order online go to https://handmadepalestine.comFor updates on the opening of the country for individual tourists click hereSupport the podcast, follow on social media, sign up for the mailinglist: https://podspout.app/storiesfrompalestine

Charlottesville Community Engagement
October 23, 2021: Mixed-use building planned for Broadway Blueprint area, and other Albemarle development updates

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 13:52


In today’s first subscriber supported Public Service Announcement, one person wants you to know about another community litter cleanup event in Albemarle, this time on October 30 in the southern part of the county. The latest Love Albemarle event will take place between 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at sites in Esmont, Keene, Scottsville, and North Garden. Around fifty people showed up for a similar event in Esmont this past spring, and organizers want to double that amount. Organizer Ed Brooks is seeking to get children involved, so if you’re a parent or guardian and want to spend the morning cleaning up road-side litter, register today! On this edition of the program:A host of development updates in Albemarle County, including a mixed-use development in the Broadway BlueprintThe Virginia Chapter of the American Planning Association releases its annual awardsEmmet Street at Ivy Road to be closed for nearly two weeks for stormwater projectChris Greene Lake reopens to dogs after a month’s closureA suspicious item is found at Charlottesville’s federal courtFire crews and police officers responded last night to reports of a suspicious item at the Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in downtown Charlottesville, but the item was determined by the Virginia State Police to be of no threat. The area was closed from 6:45 p.m. to around 8:30 p.m. according to a release from the city’s communications office.The incident comes just three days before a trial gets underway in the federal cases against multiple organizers involved in the August 12 Unite the Right rally. The lawsuit was filed four years ago and seeks damages based on an 1871 civil rights law as well as a prevention of future rallies. Defendants include Jason Kessler, Richard Spencer, and Christopher Cantwell, among others. The trial begins Monday morning. (read more in the University of Michigan’s Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse)The water at Chris Greene Lake Park has been reopened to dogs and people. Albemarle issued an advisory in late September after tests reported elevated levels of harmful algae. There have been two consecutive tests which have indicated water quality has returned to normal levels. A release announcing the reopening went out Friday afternoon. Emmet Street will be fully closed between Ivy Road and Rothery Road for nearly two weeks between November 1 and November 12. Traffic will be detoured along Massie Road and Copeley Road. According to a release, the roadway will be shut to allow for installation of a large stormwater utility structure across Emmet Street. Pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, and transit-riders are warned of potential delays. “Please expect traffic backups along the detour route and if possible, utilize Rt 250 or other city streets to bypass the area,” reads the release. “Pedestrians will be detoured through the UVA site along the parking garage service road.” The school superintendent in Nelson County has announced she will step down next June 30. The Lynchburg News Advance reports that Martha Eagle has plans to retire after a 32-year career in the Nelson school system. Nelson County has 1,520 students and more than 300 employees. (read the article)The Virginia Chapter of the American Planning Association has released its awards for 2021 at a hybrid conference in Roanoke. Senator Lynwood Lewis (D-6) received the Cardinal Award for his role as a legislator, singling out key pieces of legislation that were signed into law in the from the past year.SB1350: Requires the Commonwealth Transportation Board to incorporate resiliency into project selection processSB1374: Establishes a carbon sequestration task force which must report before 2022 General Assembly  SB1389: Requires landowners whose properties are prone to flooding to report that risk to potential buyersSB1404: Adjustments to the Stormwater Local Assistance Fund to clarify intent to reduce nitrogen and phosphorous reduction Fairfax County won the Commonwealth Plan of the year for its Zoning Ordinance Modernization Project, which cut the length of those regulations in half.“The new streamlined ordinance is half the size of the previous Ordinance from 1978, which was accomplished through elimination of repetition and use of easy-to-understand language, graphics, and figures,” reads the award’s write-up.The city of Norfolk won three awards for three projects. OpenNorfolk is an initiative that helped businesses connect with customers during the pandemic. Norfolk also created a Missing Middle Pattern Book to explain how additional density could be achieved in single-family neighborhoods. The Norfolk Thrive plan presents a vision for how to extend urban development in the coastal city from the Harbor Park ballpark to Norfolk State University. The latter won the APA’s Resilient Virginia Community of the Year. Other awards include:Williamsburg Planning Director Carolyn Murphy won the Outstanding Service AwardThe Edge District between York County, James City County, and the City of Williamsburg won the Holzheimer Economic Development Award Frederick County won the Commonwealth Connectors Award and planner John Bishop won the Outstanding Service Award for the Crossover Boulevard project, which is a new four-lane roadway in WinchesterIn today’s Patreon-fueled shout-out is for 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!Time now for a round up of various developments in Albemarle County. Developer Alan Cadgene has filed plans with Albemarle County for a mixed-use development to be built on a 1.36 acre property just to the northwest of the redeveloped Woolen Mills factory. The proposal is for a 2,500 square foot manufacturing buildings with 13 dwelling units. The project is being submitted by-right. “[That] means that if the proposed plans meet the minimum requirements of the county’s zoning, site plan, or subdivision ordinances, they must be approved,” reads the public notification for the project.The county’s Comprehensive Plan designates the land as Neighborhood Density Residential which calls for between three and six units per acre. According to the project application, the residential density on the site be 9.55 units per acre. An existing structure on the property would remain. This is within the scope of the county’s Broadway Blueprint planning area. That’s being run by the county’s Economic Development Office. Elsewhere in the county, plans have been filed for 250 units along Rio Road near Four Seasons. Andy Reitelbach is a senior planner with the county. “So the application is called the Heritage on Rio,” Retelbach said.The property is within the jurisdiction of the Places29-Hydraulic Community Advisory Committee, which had a community meeting on a rezoning application for the project on October 18. “Sometimes the current zoning and the future land use designation do not always line up so that is one reason why a property owner may choose to request a rezoning of their property,” Reitelbach said. In this case, the request is to go from R-6 zoning to a customized zone known as a Planned Residential Development. That would allow up to 35 units per acre as well as some commercial uses. The buildings have not been designed, according to attorney Valerie Long with the firm Williams Mullen. The Architectural Review Board will also weigh in on the project as Rio Road is an entrance corridor. “The project is proposing that 15 percent of the rezoned units will be affordable to those making up to 80 percent of the area median income,” Long said. By-right there could be 50 units on the property, so that translates to 15 percent of 200, or 30 units. The Places29-North Community Advisory Committee met on October 14 and one topic was an update on the Brookhill development south of Forest Lakes and north of Polo Grounds Road. Cameron Langille is another planner in Albemarle. (watch the meeting)“Brookhill was rezoned by the Board of Supervisors in 2016,” Langille said. “Brookhill totals 277.5 acres so it is a pretty large project. It’s going to be developed in multiple phases and the rezoning referred to each of those phases as blocks.”Brookhill is a mixed-use development that must have at least 552 residential units and a maximum of 1,550 units. These include apartments, townhomes, and single-family homes. Langille said the developer could have constructed many more under the Comprehensive Plan but opted to go at a lower density. Final approval so far has been granted for 535 total dwelling unitsBlock 1 is the center of the development. “There’s going to be also a public park and a plaza gathering area, and that is going to be the primary focal point for non-residential uses in this project,” Langille said. Some blocks have been approved and constructed, while others are working their way through the review process. Block 8A consists of a 179-bed assisted living facility which is nearing opening. Block 1A and Block 8B consist of multifamily units that look like townhomes but contain more units. A site plan had been submitted for a hockey rink in the town center. “That plan got to the final site plan stage which is basically the last thing they have to do application wise before they get final approval,” Langille said. “We were reviewing that back in 2018 and from what the developer has told me it’s not going to be build in that block any longer. They are still working with the folks who are looking to do that ice rink and they are potentially going to relocate it a little further north on the north side of the town center area.”Allison Wrabel of the Daily Progress reported in February 2020 that the park had been delayed. A group called Friends of the Charlottesville Ice Park had been fundraising for the project. The website for the group has expired. 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. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

PBS NewsHour - Segments
How artist Mariano Rodríguez's work honored his Cuban heritage while breaking rules

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 5:19


One of Cuba's most celebrated avant-garde painters, Mariano Rodríguez, was a prolific 20th century artist whose exposure in the U.S. was cut short after the Cuban Revolution. But now there's a resurfacing of his work at the McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH Boston has the story for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

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Heritage Events: Evening Lecture: Justice Thomas's Thirty-Year Legacy on the Court

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021


The Heritage Foundation and the C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State at Antonin Scalia Law School will co-host an evening lecture, following our all-day law symposium, to continue the commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the confirmation of Justice Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court of the United States. We […]

Bible Conversations
Heritage Christian University with Dr. Kirk Brothers

Bible Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 46:44


We have the privilege of talking with Dr. Kirk Brothers, the president of HCU to discuss the mission and purpose of the school. We were encouraged by this conversation, and we hope you are too!   

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Heritage Explains: LIVE: Biden's Supply Chain Crisis

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021


Supply chain issues in conjunction with rising prices continue to clear shelves, idle factories, and take a toll on the wallets of working Americans. The Biden administration falsely insists these problems are transitory and blames the pandemic or the people trying to fix the problems. But this crisis is here to stay as long as […]

Heritage Explains
LIVE: Biden's Supply Chain Crisis

Heritage Explains

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 24:23


Supply chain issues in conjunction with rising prices continue to clear shelves, idle factories, and take a toll on the wallets of working Americans. The Biden administration falsely insists these problems are transitory and blames the pandemic or the people trying to fix the problems. But this crisis is here to stay as long as the administration continues to push policies that make it worse. On this episode of Heritage Explains Live, we talk with Heritage trade economist Tori Whiting. She breaks down the basics, catches us up on where things currently stand, and takes your questions. THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW! If you want to watch the video of this interview here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Reagan Foundation: Does President Reagan Matter to Gen Z? (#103)

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021


In this week's Reagan Forum podcast we go back one month to September 14, 2021 for our virtual event held in partnership with the Heritage Foundation, entitled “Does President Reagan Matter to Generation Z?” The program was moderated by Joseph Loconte, the Director for the B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies at Heritage, as well […]

StoryTown
The Witch of the Nolichuckey

StoryTown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 50:36


Written by Jules CorriereMusic by Brett McCluskeySound Effects by Adam HoneycuttStoryTown Assistant  Ian KirkpatrickSound Engineer Michael D'AvellaEdited by Wayne WinklerPerformed at the International Storytelling CenterA program of Jonesborough's Mary B. Martin Program for the Arts at the McKinney CenterOriginally aired on NPR station WETS 89.5 FM Johnson City, Tennessee at East Tennessee State UniversitySPONSORED BYTennessee Arts CommissionTown of JonesboroughWETS 89.5 FMWild Women of JonesboroughRae Dee O'LufverGary and Sandee DegnerHeritage Alliance 

RaceMob - Running Together Podcast
Running for Mental Health and Tips for Building an Inclusive Community with Fernanda Perdomo-Arcienegas

RaceMob - Running Together Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 53:37


#71 - When we said that we wanted to celebrate Latin Heritage Month - Bertrand's face immediately lit up.  - I've got the perfect person - B said.We really couldn't do any better than Fernanda Perdomo-Arcienegas, the head of diversity, inclusion, and equality at San Jose State University.  At we're so lucky to book this busy community leader - still recovering from her bout with walking pneumonia.Wow - this passionate runner also got her start later in life, after the passing of her mother in Colombia.  We talk about the benefits of exercise for your mental health.  The importance of community - not only for motivation, and the social aspects - but also for safety.  And some coaching tips from the ultramarathoner and coach for San Jose Fit.We also talk about the importance of diversity, inclusion, and equality in all of our communities - and the local event that Fernanda is putting on in San Jose.  All of the show notes can be found online at racemob.com/podcast - including links to her event.  You won't want to miss this fun conversation.

A Reagan Forum Podcast
Does President Reagan Matter to Gen Z?

A Reagan Forum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 62:06


In this week's Reagan Forum podcast we go back one month to September 14, 2021 for our virtual event held in partnership with the Heritage Foundation, entitled “Does President Reagan Matter to Generation Z?” The program was moderated by Joseph Loconte, the Director for the B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies at Heritage, as well as Tunku Varadarajan, a nonresident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. The panel included Matthew Continetti, Senior Fellow from the American Enterprise Institute, Henry Nau, a professor emeritus of political science at George Washington University, and Reagan Biographer Craig Shirley.

Heritage Christian Center Podcast
10/20/21 Wednesday - Discipleship Class #9

Heritage Christian Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 96:04


Heritage Christian Center Podcast
10/20/21 Wednesday - Inexcusable

Heritage Christian Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 49:52


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Heritage Explains: What's Going on Between China and Taiwan

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021


This week, Dean Cheng, a research fellow in Heritage's Asian Studies Center, breaks down the situation between China and Taiwan and what the United States should do about it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Marc Cox Morning Show
10-20-21 Hour 3: Charmaine Yoest & Kim St. Onge

The Marc Cox Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 28:31


Heritage's Charmaine Yoest says that media coverage isn't fair, plus she comments on supply-chain issues. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real College Podcast
RCP x The Wake Present: A Spooktacular Halloween

Real College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021


In this episode of Real College Podcast we collaborate with The Wake Magazine to bring you some extra special Halloween themed tales that will also be appearing in this month's print edition of The Wake! Coming up we have tales of paranormal activity and possession, stories of a murderous student with a pumpkin for a head, an account of the specters of Stillwater Minnesota, some tidbits surrounding a local Minneapolis haunting, part two of Shannon's mini series about metaphysical practices here in the Twin Cities, spooky "fads" you can practice year round, and a new installment of getting to know Radio K!

Faith Victory Church Podcast
Episode 44: Spiritual Heritage

Faith Victory Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 143:14


Dr. Philip D. Derber

MESSAGES - Heritage Church
The Vow: A Promise of Partnership

MESSAGES - Heritage Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021


Ever see a couple that has been married lots of years and wonder, "What's their secret? What have they discovered about relationships that helped them go the distance?" One thing they know is great marriages never happen by accident. Together, we are going to discover some relationship tools that will help us in matters of the heart.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
The Juukan Gorge inquiry finds urgent reform is needed to protect sacred sites.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 7:45


A federal inquiry into the destruction of the Juukan Gorge rock shelters has recommended urgent changes to cultural heritage legislation to protect sacred sites across the nation. The report comes almost 18 months after mining company, Rio Tinto, blew up the 46,000-year-old caves in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Jamie Lowe, CEO of the National Native Title Council, gives us his response to the report's findings.

What's The Juice
S2E17. POWERFUL LESSONS FROM A CLINICAL HERBALIST - why herbs from your heritage are potent + bringing pleasure back to healthcare with Kelsey Barrett

What's The Juice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 57:18


This week's episode is an extra special treat for our fellow herb nerds, as I join forces with Clinical Herbalist and educator Kelsey Barrett to go above and beyond herbal medicine 101. You're going to want your notebooks for this one, as we cover everything from "energetics" to "tissue states" — for example, what's the difference between hot and dry muscle pain that aggravates you in the summer, vs cold and damp pain that flares up on a rainy day? We even chat about the power of our ancestral connection to herbs; Kelsey says that plants from your heritage & homeland can work deeper and faster... the body remembers. Complete show notes are HERE New Organic Olivia Instagram HERE Kelsey's Instagram HERE Shop my herbal formulas HERE

Heritage Explains
What's Going on Between China and Taiwan

Heritage Explains

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 11:05


This week, Dean Cheng, a research fellow in Heritage's Asian Studies Center, breaks down the situation between China and Taiwan and what the United States should do about it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Heritage Christian Center Podcast
10/17/21 Sunday AM - The Dual Meaning of Commit

Heritage Christian Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 44:20


Faith Evangelical Free Church
Jesus - Our True Heritage - Audio

Faith Evangelical Free Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 38:33


Heritage Fellowship Church
Review and Rest

Heritage Fellowship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 38:57


This week Casey Moss continues in our study of Matthew. Support the show (https://heritagefellowship.churchcenter.com/giving)

Real College Podcast
The Parody Episode

Real College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021


In this first of its kind episode of Real College Podcast we are bringing you the first ever parody episode! Coming up we have a spooktacular horror spoof, followed by discussions of devious licks, a farce fitness podcast, and to top it all off the second ever installment of our new series getting to know Radio K!

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Heritage Explains: LIVE: Biden DOJ's Attempt to Silence Parents on Critical Race Theory

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021


**The special episode of Heritage Explains was recorded LIVE on Facebook and YouTube** Are concerned parents DOMESTIC TERRORISTS? That’s what Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a memo threatening to use the power of the DOJ and FBI to “investigate” parents who speak out at school board meetings with concerns about what their children are […]

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Heritage Events: Immigration Federalism: What Can States Do to Secure Their Borders?

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021


The crisis on the Southern border continues to get worse. With a record number of aliens being apprehended and crossing the border, fentanyl and other illegal drugs pouring into the country, and the current administration's seeming lack of interest in rectifying the situation it created, many are wondering what, if anything, can be done. Given […]

RaceMob - Running Together Podcast
Game Changers - How Vanessa Is Shaping the Next Generation of Industry Experts

RaceMob - Running Together Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 49:47


#70 - 55.9 million.  That's how many people in the U.S. are running.So just imagine the impact run leaders, experts and coaches have on an entire industry.  But what happens when this group of industry leaders is made up of predominantly the same gender and the same race?  What message does this send to others?  What type of community does it attract?Well - these are the questions that our next guest has been asking.  As we continue our Latin Heritage Month Series - we're so excited to welcome Vanessa P. Mitchell.Vanessa has Ecuadorian roots, grew up in New York, and now resides in Philly.  When she got involved in endurance sports - she was taken aback by the lack of coaches and industry experts that looked like her and talked like her.  Instead of by standing - she's done something amazing about it!She's started the Game Changers program!  A program to help under-represented women get coaching certified, and find their footing in this competitive industry.  Last year they welcomed 16 coaches with grants, mentors, and business coaching - and they're about to initiatie another 16 this year.On top of that - Vanessa has a spring of energy - and is so incredibly passionate.  You won't want to miss this incredible conversation.

The Daily Gardener
October 14, 2021 Ron Kujawski, Tad Lincoln, Katherine Mansfield, Pulp Fiction, Eva Ibbotson, Seeking Eden by Staci Catron and Mary Eaddy, and Masaoka Shiki

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 30:20


Today in botanical history, we celebrate a fun little story from the White House, a New Zealand writer, and a pop culture film that debuted on this day 27 years ago today. We'll hear an excerpt from an Eva Ibbotson book. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that promotes an awareness of and appreciation for Georgia's rich garden heritage. And then we'll wrap things up with an adorable little poem from one of the most prolific haiku writers who ever lived.   Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy.   The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: A personal update from me Garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf.   Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org   Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and original blog posts for yourself, you're in luck. I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there's no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community where you'd search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group.   Curated News Gardener's Checklist for October 14th | Berkshire Edge | Ron Kujawski (“kee-AH-skee”) Adele - Easy On Me   Important Events October 14, 1862 On this day, President Lincoln wrote Navy Captain John Dalgren and asked him to find a gun for his youngest child, 9-year-old Tad. In the note, Lincoln specifically asked for, “a little gun that he can not hurt himself with.” Tad was seven years old when he arrived at the White House. The following day the Civil War started, and the constant presence of soldiers and battle talk sparked the boy's early love of the military. He and his brother Willie played together and pretended to be soldiers in the White House, where the roof was their fort, and the attic was a prison. One of Tad's favorite toys was a doll he named Jack that he received from the Sanitary Commission. Jack was part of many imaginary battles and skirmishes. Jack suffered grueling amputations (which were promptly sewn back on) and injuries and was even sentenced to prison. Julia Taft's younger brothers played with the Lincoln boys, and she would often babysit all four of them. In her memoir of the Lincoln White House entitled Tad Lincoln's Father (1931), she tells of Jack being regularly buried with honors in the White House Gardens to the dismay of the head gardener, John Watt. Tad had already irritated Mr. Watt after eating strawberries that were intended for a White House dinner. When Mr. Watt suggested Jack might be pardoned, Tad asked his father to give Jack another chance. President Lincoln got out a pen and paper and wrote, The Doll Jack is pardoned by order of the President.  A. Lincoln.   October 14, 1888  Birth of Katherine Mansfield, New Zealand poet, and writer. She once wrote, The mind I love must have wild places. Reflecting on her life, she wrote, I want a garden, a small house, grass, animals, books, pictures, music. And out of this, the expression of this, I want to be writing. Katherine's book The Garden Party is a collection of short stories that cover the gamut of emotions and begins with The Garden Party.  The first paragraph is a delight: And after all the weather was ideal. They could not have had a more perfect day for a garden-party if they had ordered it. Windless, warm, the sky without a cloud. Only the blue was veiled with a haze of light gold, as it is sometimes in early summer. The gardener had been up since dawn, mowing the lawns and sweeping them, until the grass and the dark flat rosettes where the daisy plants had been seemed to shine. As for the roses, you could not help feeling they understood that roses are the only flowers that impress people at garden-parties, the only flowers that everybody is certain of knowing. Hundreds, yes, literally hundreds, had come out in a single night; the green bushes bowed down as though they had been visited by archangels. In her poem Camomile Tea she wrote, Outside the sky is light with stars; There's a hollow roaring from the sea. And, alas! for the little almond flowers, The wind is shaking the almond tree. How little I thought, a year ago, In that horrible cottage upon the Lee That he and I should be sitting so And sipping a cup of camomile tea! Light as feathers the witches fly, The horn of the moon is plain to see; By a firefly under a jonquil flower A goblin toasts a bumble-bee. We might be fifty, we might be five, So snug, so compact, so wise are we! Under the kitchen-table leg My knee is pressing against his knee. Our shutters are shut, the fire is low, The tap is dripping peacefully; The saucepan shadows on the wall Are black and round and plain to see.   October 14, 1994  On this day, Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction opened in theaters. In the movie, Uma Thurman's character tells this joke: Three tomatoes are walking down the street -  a papa tomato, a mama tomato, and a little baby tomato.  Baby tomato starts lagging behind.  Papa tomato get angry, goes over to Baby tomato, and squishes him..... and says 'Ketchup!'"   Unearthed Words “Gardeners are never wicked are they?' said Ruth.  'Obstinate and grumpy and wanting to be alone, but not wicked.  Oh, look at that creeper! I've always loved October so much, haven't you?  I can see why it's called the Month of the Angels.” ― Eva Ibbotson, The Morning Gift   Grow That Garden Library Seeking Eden by Staci L. Catron and Mary Ann Eaddy  This book came out in 2018, and the subtitle is A Collection of Georgia's Historic Gardens. What a fantastic topic! I always say that Georgia loves her gardens on a level that could rival the way England loves hers. And of course, what I love about this book is that it's marrying the beauty of these gardens, the design, the particular elements that make them special.  A little bit about the families and the people that grew up and got to live in these beautiful gardens. Along with the great history of the gardens. So I just absolutely love this book and it is so, so, so, so beautiful. Now this book takes us back to the mid 18th century to the early 20th century - so that's the time period that we're focusing on here. And surprisingly, you're going to see all kinds of gardens in this book, not just colonial revival gardens, or country place era landscapes, but also you're going to see rock gardens, town squares, college campuses, and even an urban conservation garden. Now the authors do a wonderful job of walking us through the history of Georgia's gardens. And by the way, all of the gardens that are featured in this book, with the exception of ten, are all public gardens, so you can go and visit them with no problem. And, you know, another thing to keep in mind when you're reading about Georgia and Georgia's gardens is that Georgia was a battlefield during the civil war. So even if some of these gardens managed to get through unscathed, they still had to pull themselves out of the upheaval of the time, Because you had all of the economic, social, and political factors that definitely impacted these gardens and that adds a very unique dimension to the history of these gardens as well. But as I mentioned earlier, Georgians love gardening. In fact, the very first garden club that was founded in the United States that was super official - complete with things like a constitution and bylaws - was the lady's garden club and it was established in Athens, Georgia in 1891. Then, of course, you've got the garden club of America that gets formed in 1913. And that was really through a United effort of 11 different garden clubs, including, of course, The Garden Club of Georgia. So I share all of this to underscore the deep love of gardens and gardening in the state of Georgia - and that's why, of course, this is such a wonderful book. And it's a big book. This book is 488 pages of Georgia garden. Heritage. You can get a copy of Seeking Eden by Staci L. Catron and Mary Ann Eaddy and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $24.   Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart October 14, 1867  Birth of Masaoka Shiki, “Masah-oh-ka Sha-KEY” Japanese poet, author, and literary critic. He died of tuberculosis at age 34 in 1902. Regarded as one of the four haiku masters, he helped develop the modern form of haiku poetry, and he personally wrote nearly 20,000 haiku verses in his all-too-short life. Now in researching Masaoka, I stumbled on a wonderful video by Roger Pulvers, who not only reads some of his haikus but does a masterful job explaining his most controversial haiku, which happened to be about the coxcomb. It was about a simple flower. Now I'm not going to ruin it for you. I don't want to spoil it, but you really should head on over to the Facebook group and check out this video by Roger Pulvers, where he helps us to better understand and appreciate Masaoka's poetry - plus I think you'll really enjoy hearing that haiku that he wrote about coxcomb. I do not know the day my pain will end yet in the little garden I had them plant seeds of autumn flowers   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."

Mornings on the Mall
The Vince Coglianese Show - Mark Morgan - 10.13.21

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 9:43


Vince Coglianese speaks with  Mark Morgan, former acting CBP commissioner and Heritage visiting fellow,   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mornings on the Mall
The Vince Coglianese Show - 10.13.21

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 103:04


Vince Coglianese speaks with Selena Zito, national political reporter and columnist for the Washington Examiner as well as a weekly columnist for the New York Post; Harry Jackson, a Fairfax County parent, is a founding member of the Coalition 4 TJ, TJ PTSA Diversity Committee Member, retired Naval Officer; Sean Higgins research fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute specializing in labor and employment issues, and Mark Morgan,former acting CBP commissioner and Heritage visiting fellow, See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shift Drink
Kokonas and Tonic

Shift Drink

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 61:03


Nick Kokonas has worked in some of the most well-known cocktail destinations in Chicago. But it was at Heritage that he curated a program that eventually led to an entire...

Heritage Christian Center Podcast
10/13/21 Wednesday - Discipleship Class #8

Heritage Christian Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 97:16


Heritage Christian Center Podcast
10/13/21 Wednesday - Which Stick?

Heritage Christian Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 44:48


MESSAGES - Heritage Church
The Vow: A Promise of Priority

MESSAGES - Heritage Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021


Ever see a couple that has been married lots of years and wonder, "What's their secret? What have they discovered about relationships that helped them go the distance?" One thing they know is great marriages never happen by accident. Together, we are going to discover some relationship tools that will help us in matters of the heart.

Two Lit Mamas
Episode 34: Latinx Heritage in Middle Grade Lit

Two Lit Mamas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 48:51


In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, the Mamas were thrilled to chat about two Middle Grade books oozing with Mexican mythology and Día de los Muertos inspired adventures. So, gulp down some Pan de Muerto, grip your calavera, and let the Mamas make you cringe with fright (and hopefully not from their Spanish pronunciations).   Book Chat:Loteria by Karla Arenas ValentiCece Rios and the Desert of Souls by Kaela Rivera  Pick 6: Latinx Children's BooksBoard Books: La Catrina seriesBoard Books: Life of series by Lil LibrosPicture Book: Dreamer by Yuyi MoralesYoung Adult: Fat Chance, Charlie Vega by Crystal MaldonadoMiddle Grade: The Sea-Ringed World by Maria Garcia Esperon, Curse of the Forgotten City by Alex AsterChapter Books: Definitely Dominguita series by Terry Catasus Jenningswww.twolitmamas.com

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Art and heritage in small-town New Zealand

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 25:53


Mark Amery heads to Gore, Foxton and Whanganui to consider how visionary individuals in some of our smaller but rich historical centres are bringing art and heritage together to maintain their towns' identity post-industry and their futures as dynamic visitor destinations.

Latina Truths in the Burbs
Back to School Shuffle

Latina Truths in the Burbs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 33:57


Gaby and Lena chat about the “hustle and bustle” of the BTS shuffle!! Join these ladies in their daily routines of “Manic Mornings” and how they send their kids off to school (in the burbs). They share cool tips and some laughs to lighten the load of the Back to School grind. Their Dímelo Dímelo segment is extra special- honoring Hispanic Heritage Month, “Esperanza: A celebration of Heritage and Hope” with a new Latinx trend. Send your comments or ideas for our convos at latinatruths@gmail.com or follow on instagram at #latinasinburbs or send us a voice message at https://anchor.fm/gaby-lena/message.

The Hijack
Latin Hispanics, Facebook Take Downs, & ADHD Pick-Me-ups - The Hijack 306

The Hijack

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


-How long is hispanic Heritage month? -What do you call your friends of hispanic backgrounds? -Facebook was down. Was it on purpose? -Dave Chappelle Canceled… again… for trans comments…again -ADHD medications Podcasts #ZouainEntertainment #TheEndFM #TheHijack #GetNoticed DaveChappelle #Facebook #HispanicHeritageMonth #Latino #LatinX #Hispanic #Spanish #LatinAmerica #TomSegura #ADHD #Aderall #AttentionDeficiteHyperactiveDissorder

BEHAVE
Ep 2123 Days of Recognition

BEHAVE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 31:46


“The reason we need these celebratory moments, is because of the legacy of violence, it's because of the legacy of white supremacy, it's because of the legacy of genocide and colonization and slavery.” Alfonso + Trina are joined by Team Dynamics' Storyteller Alfred Walking Bull to dig into things like Indigenous People's Day + Hispanic Heritage Month. Alfonso share's his relationship to Hispanic Heritage Month as a third- generation Mexican-American raised in Minnesota. Alfred talks about how growing up on a reservation shapes his relationship to time + curiosity. And the trio gets into the ways colonization shows up in the modern, US workplace + offers some ways to take action. 

LIFE IS FULL OF deissy's
Honoring Latino Heritage with Norma Ayala

LIFE IS FULL OF deissy's

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 33:40


On this week's episode we honor or Mexican roots by honoring all Latinos. What started as a conversation to honor Hispanic heritage month led us to a realization of it being Latino Heritage month. Tune in to find out why and so much more. We also speak on feeling out of place as immigrant kids growing up in America and having an identity crisis due to that. We also dive into defining Latino/a, Hispanic, Latinx, Latine and Afro-Latino and what these truly mean and represent. We conclude with embracing what we both bring as Latinas and fellow Mexicanas. Y'all vamonos and join in on the convo and we pose a question that we really need some answers to. As always thank you for the continued support! Don't forget to subscribe and follow us on Instagram at Life is full of deissy's. You can also email me at hellodeissy@gmail.com Love what you're listening to! Rate us on Apple Podcast and leave a review, I truly do appreciate it to help us grow!

DIOR TALKS
[Heritage] Maria Grazia Chiuri and Justine Picardie unpick the multilayered heritage of Dior to reveal some surprising synchronicities

DIOR TALKS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 16:18


This latest episode in the ‘Dior Talks' podcast series broaches the topic of heritage. In it biographer and journalist Justine Picardie speaks with Maria Grazia Chiuri, Creative Director of Dior women's collections, about the parallels between Monsieur Dior's burst of creativity brought on by his emergence from the trauma and privations of war and the moment in history through which the world is currently living. The importance of the founding couturier's relationship with his younger sister Catherine - coincidentally the subject of Picardie's new book ‘Miss Dior: A Story of Courage and Couture' - is explored as more than simply a familial relationship. Instead, the pair discuss how so many aspects of Monsieur Dior's creativity and the long-established House codes that resulted can trace their source to this sibling bond. The fortune-telling and tarot cards that would shape so many of Monsieur Dior's decisions - and inspire the House's various creative directors, right up to Maria Grazia Chiuri today - grew from an initial fascination with the divinatory arts to a key source of comfort and hope when Catherine was imprisoned during WWII and all contact with her vanished. After she was freed and found, these emotions would be translated into the New Look, a sartorial reflection of optimism that produced extraordinarily architectural clothes that balanced an idea of protection with one that celebrated feminine and floral beauty. A keen gardener, Catherine would go on to cultivate flowers in the south of France, near her brother's summer estate, that would provide ingredients for several of the House's famous fragrances. This fascinating exchange, delving into the overlapping and layering of occurrences and inspirations, pulls back the curtain to plumb the hidden and unnoticed depths of the Dior heritage story.

Connections with Evan Dawson
Connections: Discussing how to honor Indigenous peoples and Italian heritage

Connections with Evan Dawson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 51:44


Today is Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples' Day. In Rochester, a committee formed by Italian Americans has been working to determine the best way to honor Indigenous peoples while maintaining a day of celebration for Italian heritage. Our guests discuss their work: Ronnie Pollack, Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, Eagle Clan, co-chair of the Indigenous Peoples' Day Committee, and executive director of the Native American Cultural Center Lawrence Torcello , associate professor in the Department of Philosophy at RIT Kathy Castania , co-chair of the Indigenous Peoples' Day Committee, member of the Italian Heritage Committee, and member of the SURJ ROC education committee

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Parades Are Back In The City With Today's Italian Heritage Parade; New Experiment For The Subways: A Park May Get Evicted

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 6:40


The All Local,12 pm update, 10/11/2021 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Life Kit: All Guides
How You Can Honor Your Heritage — And Improve Your Health — Through Food

Life Kit: All Guides

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 22:53


Food is more than just fuel for your body. Food is a connection to the stories of your ancestors and the stories of your descendants.In this episode of Life Kit, Michael W. Twitty, nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar, and professor Devon Mihesuah share their advice on how to strengthen the ties to your food traditions.

MAIM TIME
#043 | Why Learning Hangeul and Korean Is the Proudest Achievement of My Life

MAIM TIME

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 55:09


#043: Happy Hangeul Proclamation Day everyone! This is yet another episode where I talk about a holiday and then segue into ranting and raving about whatever I want. It's also perhaps one of the most important episodes dealing with the central theme of this podcast about overcoming my Asian diaspora identity crisis. This time, I talk about the “world's most scientific alphabet,” the Korean alphabet, Korean day, and then generally my whole life journey with reading and writing Korean script. I'll talk about my journey and experience with the written and spoken language as a whole, how I learned Hangeul, and how I use it in day to day life, and what it means to me. Of course, I'll digress in my own stream-of-consciousness way, so please bear with me. I encourage anybody of Korean descent to learn it if they don't already. I found learning it to be crucial in my journey of dealing with my identity struggle. 해피 한글 데이 에브리바디! Support the show (http://maimtime.com/support)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Heritage Explains: Supply Chain Woes

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021


Is our supply chain collapsing? This week, Brent Sadler, a senior fellow in Heritage's Center for National Defense, explains the reason behind today's shipping backlogs and why it could lead to national security concerns. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Heritage Events: The Bloody Price of Freedom: Israel's Battle for Justice, Freedom and Commitment to Democratic Values

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021


In his newest book, The Bloody Price of Freedom, Richard D. Heideman traces Israel's battle for justice, freedom and commitment to democratic values. In his endeavors as counsel to American victims of terror, President of the American Zionist Movement, and Chairman of the Israel Forever Foundation, Heideman has long been outspoken against the antisemitism pervasive within […]