The Gray Phantom by Herman Landon audiobook. A woman is apparently murdered in a New York auditorium under very suspicious circumstances one evening during a performance. Helen Hardwick happened to be in attendance that evening, as she had written the play that was being performed, and she was the only person to have caught a glimpse of something peculiar just before the murder. She also heard an ominous laughter which would haunt her for a long time. Was the Gray Phantom involved, or could he assist with the investigation that Helen was to become involved with?
In this episode, I'm chatting with Deborah Levine Herman about the republication of her book, Spiritual Writing, The Seven Lessons of Soul Odyssey, being okay with rejection, and building your author platform.Deborah Levine Herman is a gifted spiritual teacher who believes we are here to raise the vibration of others and to live with love, authenticity, and, most of all, hope. Her mission is to guide and encourage others to answer their call to write while teaching them to navigate the path to publishing.As a mystic, Deborah combines the spiritual journey with the writer's path. She teaches that the act of writing connects people with their higher selves, and therefore the Source. Deborah is a former literary agent, a publisher, and intuitive writing coach. She is also the bestselling author of thirteen books and has dedicated her 25-plus year career in publishing to writer education. She is the author of Spiritual Writing from Inspiration to Publication 2nd Edition. Through this timely book, Deborah helps writers discover their spiritual writing path. Her book helps spiritual writers answer the question: which kind of spiritual writer are you? writersnetworking.comsoulodysseybooks.commicropublishingmedia.comauthorbrandingsolutions.comdebsbookparadise.comSpiritual Writing: From Inspiration To Publication, Deborah Levine HermanSupport the showThe Bookshop PodcastMandy Jackson-BeverlySocial Media Links
"It's Radio with TV's Tim Stack" catches up with his friend Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits! At the age of fifteen, Peter achieved international fame as Herman, lead singer of the legendary Sixties pop band Herman's Hermits. His classic hits included: “I'm Into Something Good” “Mrs. Brown, you've Got A Lovely Daughter”, “I'm Henry VIII, I Am”, “There's A Kind of Hush”, and, “Listen to People”, “ Ultimately, his Herman's Hermits sold over sixty million recordings. In all, fourteen singles and seven albums went gold. The Hermits were twice named Cashbox's “Entertainer of the Year.” https://peternoone.com
(Part 2) After combing through several sources such as the World Health Organization, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, WebMd, US Food and Drug Administration, CDC, to name a few…we have compiled a list of the top health concerns affecting women. Today we will hear our expert panelists discuss the top women's health issues based on the perspective of their profession. Our compiled list after looking at numerous resources includes: Cancer Heart Disease Maternal Health Reproductive Health (including STD/STI, HIV, UTI) Mental Health (depression, suicide) The fourth HER Health Collective Roundtable of 2022 featured the following HER Expert panelists: Dr. Charryse Johnson – experienced Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor offering over 20 years of experience serving as a counselor, consultant, and educator. She holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology, NCC 2021. Nicole Wallace - a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with over 20 years experience helping adults and children with overcoming trauma, managing life transitions, and developing coping skills. Christy Maloney – Registered Dietitian and Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian – Supervisor, CEDS-S specializing in helping those with eating disorders and disordered eating from her practice, Enhance Nutrition Associates. Dr. Holly Durney - Dr. Holly Durney PT, OCS Dr. Durney is an APTA Orthopedic Certified Specialist and has pelvic floor rehabilitation training from the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Maris Feeley - Full-Spectrum Doula, Childbirth Educator, Co-Owner and Director of Carolina Birth & Wellness Kerry Lett -MPH, RDN, LDN is a Registered Dietitian with a Master's degree in Public Health who is passionate about helping women who are trying to conceive, pregnant, breastfeeding, or postpartum and children to help manage medical conditions, tackle picky eating, and establish a good family relationship with food. To connect with any of our experts, please go to our website directory Today's episode includes a discussion of the following topics: The barrier to access to care and what it looks like from our expert's experience. The systemic nature of not being heard during appointments. In an ideal world, with access to unlimited resources, a receptive community and leadership, etc. what would improvement in this area look like for our experts? Women's health being mainly focused on gynecological and reproductive health, and being a woman in our healthcare system is costly. Expanding the concept of reproductive health beyond just carrying a child. Ways that women from every socioeconomic level can maintain their reproductive health. Understanding your limits and being mindful of your mental wellbeing. Mental Health resources Mental Health Resources: National Maternal Mental Health Hotline 1-833-943-5746 (1-833-9-HELP4MOMS) Women's Mental Health Matters - www.wmnhealth.org Anchor Perinatal Health Therapy for Black Girls and podcast with Dr. Joy Hardin. Postpartum Support International Episode 7: Unpacking Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Episode sponsor: www.davischironc.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/herhealthcollective/support
Episode 192: I will discuss Herman's World of Sporting Goods Stores in Chicago. And a wrap-up of past posts on Vanished Chicagoland. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pete-kastanes/message
Herman y Max Feinstein MD hablan sobre como es ser médico en Estados Unidos y como es convertirse en Residente y Especialista en Anestesiologia siendo Estadounidense. Mira este PODCAST tambien en YouTube: https://youtu.be/hRrM6cIlpY0 Apoya al canal con una donación voluntaria PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/anestesialatina Encuéntrame: En todas las redes sociales como @AnestesiaLatina Unete a nuestro canal de Telegram! https://t.me/anestesialatina Unanse a mi grupo de Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anestesialatina Inscríbete también en mi academia de anestesia: https://academiadeanestesia.com Aquí puedes pedir los Hoodies de Anestesia Latina: https://www.sindrome.com.co/anestesia-latina/ Blog: https://anestesialatina.com/
On episode five hundred and eighty-five, the story of Herman O Stickney is told and episodes for all of January and February will be recipients from the Mexican Campaign at Veracruz. https://www.talesofhonorpodcast.com/stories/herman-o-stickney Be sure to visit our website for more information as the show goes on at: www.talesofhonorpodcast.com. Thanks for listening and be sure to share with friends and family!
Bill spends the third hour of the show talking Packers with Andy Herman, discussing how the media handles press conferences, questions for the Packers, NFL Picks for Wild Card Weekend and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Retired agent Neil Herman and retired NYPD Detective/Lt. Kevin Hallinan review the three-year crime spree in the New York metropolitan area that culminated on October 20, 1981, when 11 members of the Weather Underground, a radical domestic terrorist group, carried out a Brink's armored car robbery at the Nanuet Mall in Nyack, New York. Using high-powered weapons, the terrorist group stole 1.6 million dollars, and shot and killed bank security guard Peter Paige. During their getaway, they also shot and killed Nyack Police Department Sgt. Edward J. O'Grady, Jr. and Police Officer Waverly "Chipper" Brown. This case, code-named NYROB, was the first major investigation of the FBI-NYPD Joint Terrorism Task Force after it was formed in 1980 to investigate the growing number of terrorist acts targeting New York. Neil and Kevin also discuss modern terrorism and the early days of the multi-agency FBI-NYPD Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) partnership, the first in the county. Their messages to active agents and law enforcement are truly inspirational. Check out episode show notes, photos, and related articles. https://jerriwilliams.com/278-neil-herman-and-kevin-hallinan-1981-brinks-armored-car-robbery/ Buy me a coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JerriWilliams Join my Reader Team to get the FBI Reading Resource - Books about the FBI, written by FBI agents, the 20 clichés about the FBI Reality Checklist, and keep up to date on the FBI in books, TV, and movies via my monthly email. Join here. http://eepurl.com/dzCCmL Check out my FBI books, non-fiction and crime fiction, available as audiobooks, ebooks and paperbacks wherever books are sold. https://jerriwilliams.com/books/
After combing through several sources such as the World Health Organization, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, WebMd, US Food and Drug Administration, CDC, to name a few…we have compiled a list of the top five health concerns affecting women. In this episode, we will hear our expert panelists discuss cancer, heart disease and maternal health issues based on the perspective of their profession. Our compiled list of the top five health concerns includes: Cancer Heart Disease Maternal Health Reproductive Health (including STD/STI, HIV, UTI) Mental Health (depression, suicide) The fourth HER Health Collective Roundtable of 2022 featured the following HER Expert panelists: Dr. Charryse Johnson – experienced Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor offering over 20 years of experience serving as a counselor, consultant, and educator. She holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology, NCC 2021. Nicole Wallace - a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with over 20 years experience helping adults and children with overcoming trauma, managing life transitions, and developing coping skills. Christy Maloney – Registered Dietitian and Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian – Supervisor, CEDS-S specializing in helping those with eating disorders and disordered eating from her practice, Enhance Nutrition Associates. Dr. Holly Durney - Dr. Holly Durney PT, OCS Dr. Durney is an APTA Orthopedic Certified Specialist and has pelvic floor rehabilitation training from the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Maris Feeley - Full-Spectrum Doula, Childbirth Educator, Co-Owner and Director of Carolina Birth & Wellness Kerry Lett -MPH, RDN, LDN is a Registered Dietitian with a Master's degree in Public Health who is passionate about helping women who are trying to conceive, pregnant, breastfeeding, or postpartum and children to help manage medical conditions, tackle picky eating, and establish a good family relationship with food. Today's episode includes a discussion of the following topics: Listing the top women's health related concerns Experts discuss how they see cancer and heart disease affecting the women they work with and what they do to support them. The impact of difficult health histories on women's relationship with their body. Discussion of the top lifestyle risk factors cited as potentially increasing the chance of developing cancer & heart disease and whether this is an accurate directive by healthcare professionals. Some of the barriers that can come up when dealing with cancer and heart disease. Maternal health is an issue in the US and why we are going backwards. Racism and discrimination in the medical system. Thank you to our episode sponsors: *Davis Family Chiropractic - www.Davischironc.com and @davischironc for social media *Samantha Faulhaber - https://samanthafaulhaber.com and @shamanicsam for social media To connect with any of our experts, please go to our website directory --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/herhealthcollective/support
In this episode, JD Slajchert joins the show. Big dreams aren't common in the small everytown of Darling, Colorado, but fifteen-year-old Phoenix Iver doesn't seem to believe in much of anything. As a tortured young soul with crippling, episodes of social anxiety and depression, Phoenix believes he is completely alone in this confusing world. As a result of these chronic, frightening visions, Phoenix leans heavily on his father, local police officer Herman, for comfort. Although, with a past and present both equally cloaked in mystery, Phoenix's understanding of who his father truly is remains unclear. But the one thing Phoenix does surely know about Herman is that he believes. He believes that the good always wins. He believes that the light will always prevail. He believes that we are all connected in life, and somehow, he also believes that we are connected in what comes after life. Then, on the brink of finally discovering the answers to the origins of his dark thoughts and the secrets of his father's past, Phoenix walks into the library at Darling High one stormy, snowy morning in 1999. Trailing just moments behind Phoenix are two students, who, instead of holding books, are holding handguns. Unleashing a torrent of catastrophic magnitude, the once quiet town of Darling becomes the epicenter of the worst school shooting in US history. Lives are lost. And if Phoenix couldn't believe in the light before, how can he possibly believe in it now? https://amzn.to/3QGyE13
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En el episodio de hoy hablaremos del nudismo un tema muy controvesial y al mismo tiempo muy tabbo todavia en estos tiempos, El nudismos puede llegar hacer una terapia de transformacion tanto fisica, mental y espiritual donde podremos llegar a soltar muchas cadenas de perjuicios y llegar a la plena libertad. El nudismo es la primera forma como nacemos y la ultima forma cuando morimos, llegando al nudismo podemos nacer y morir varias veces alcanzando el elixir de la vida. Como el nudismo puede llegar a liberar todas esas Mercedes Aguilar, tengo 66 años, soy hija, Herman, madre, abuela y bisabuela, el Nudismo es mi estilo de vida, soy docente en la Universidad, atiendo en mi consultorio particular a mujeres embarazadas, niños , adultos mayores y atiendo partos humanizados. En esta ocasión vamos a hablar acerca de la relación entre el Nudismo y sus ventajas en cuanto a alteraciones emocionales. Redes Sociales IG @mercedesnude https://www.facebook.com/mercedes.aguilarruvalcaba Gloria Goldberg The Host https://www.facebook.com/gloriagoldberg13 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gloria-goldberg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gloria-goldberg/support
Chris and Rob provide up-to-the-minute analysis of the College Football Playoff championship game between Georgia and TCU, discuss if Georgia is the new King of College Football and explain why Jeff Saturday's ugly stint as the Indianapolis Colts' interim coach should effectively eliminate from contention for the permanent gig. Plus, Pack-A-Day podcast host Andy Herman swings by to discuss all the latest drama surrounding Aaron Rodgers as well as the Green Bay Packers' long-term outlook.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
No primeiro Alta Definição em podcast de 2023, Daniel Oliveira recebe o comediante e apresentador César Mourão. Numa conversa franca e aberta, o vencedor do Globo de Ouro para melhor humorista volta a sublinhar a enorme admiração sentida desde criança por Herman José, com quem se estreou na televisão com 'Hora H'. "Subi na montanha e cruzei-me com o Herman", conta sobre o encontro com o ícone da comédia em Portugal. Durante esta emissão do Alta Definição de 07 de janeiro, o apresentador de 'Terra Nova' admite que já teve "demasiado ego" e que errou "no trato com o outro. Hoje em dia orgulho-me como trato quem está à minha volta".See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For this episode we talk to Herman Mark Schwartz on a wide range of issues - from biopolitics, industrial policy, and the New Cold War political economy to why "financialization" is a limited analytical frame for recent history. Mark argues that conflict between firms over profits is just as important - if not moreso - than conflict between capital and labor over the consumption share. The shift from midcentury "Fordism" to today's three-tiered economic structure happened as the result of a "Kalecki moment" in the late-1960s and early-1970s: workers, women, and the third world wanted more, and corporate strategy transformed to meet, and rebuff, their challenges.*** LINKS ***You can find his faculty profile here: https://politics.virginia.edu/people/profile/schwartzAnd the articles we discussed today here: https://americanaffairsjournal.org/author/herman-mark-schwartz/and here: https://www.phenomenalworld.org/analysis/manufacturing-stagnation/
JD Slajchert is an American novelist, speaker, and philanthropist. The former University of California, Santa Barbara basketball star debuts his second novel, “Darling, You're Not Alone” in the fall of 2022. NOVELISTA young adult novel, “Darling, You're Not Alone” explores the philosophical contention that if extraordinary darkness exists, then so too must extraordinary light. Slajchert explains, “We know all too well about the mindless tragedies that take place regularly in our world today, but this book is about the search and eventual discovery that if you keep battling, on the other side of tragedy is life changing opportunity.” “Darling” is a story told through three different stages of a boy's maturation into a young man. When we meet our protagonist, Phoenix Iver, on his tenth birthday in 1994, we quickly discover that he is not like everyone else. As a tortured young soul with crippling, manic episodes of social anxiety and depression, Phoenix leans heavily on his relationship with his one true friend, his father Herman. Although Phoenix relies on Herman for many things, he becomes increasingly more and more dependent on Herman's glowing, yet mysterious belief that the world is a good place. Then, one cold morning, and on the verge of discovering where his father's light comes from, Phoenix finds himself caught in the cross hairs of a school shooting. “Darling” chronicles this boy's struggles and rebounds as he attempts to believe in the idea's supported by his father despite all the darkness he's seen. A balance that we all—at one time or another—struggle to keep even.“MoonFlower” is inspired by his biggest fan as an athlete, Luc Bodden, who suffered and subsequently succumbed to Sickle Cell Anemia. Slajchert published a novella titled “Joining the Choir Invisible” last year.PHILANTHROPISTOn November 9, 2018 - just three weeks after his debut novel was published - Slajchert lost his Malibu home in the Woolsey Fire. The next day he and his team launched a fundraising campaign #MoonFlowers4Malibu where 100% of the book's sales were donated to the victims of the Woolsey Fire. After partnering with several organizations including, the American Red Cross (where he is a National Ambassador), Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial and working with local politicians such as the Mayor of Calabasas and Mayor of Malibu, on March 3, 2019, Slajchert concluded this fundraising campaign by raising thousands of dollars for the American Red Cross. Since then, philanthropy has been cemented as a major pillar of Slajchert's passions. Slajchert is also the Director of Relationship Development for The LucStrong Foundation, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports children with Sickle Cell Disease. He works directly with donor and community outreach for the foundation, facilitating better communication between their donors and children. www.jdwritesbooks.comwww.lucstrong.org
Bill spends the third hour of the show talking with Andy Herman of the Pack A Day Podcast about Packers vs Vikings, why the Packers have gotten better, Packers vs Lions and more..he also talks about if Jim Harbaugh could leave Michigan, what the NFL does next after Damar Hamlin collapsed on Monday, what Roger Goodell had to say and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy New Year! Let the music begin in 2023 with the Central Florida Lyric Opera and Orchestra, Herman's Hermits and the sounds of Garth Brooks by The Garth Guy. Get a good laugh listening to Robert Klein and Menopause the Musical. Register now for the next small group lessons to learn the basics of bocce, corn toss, masters tennis and shuffleboard. Start off the new year on the right foot by signing up for the Lake Sumter Landing Running of the Squares 5K. And if you have been married for 50 years or more, get your tickets now for the annual 50th anniversary dinner.
His granddaughter refers to him as the Justin Bieber of the 60s. And for very good reason. He was the king of Bubblegum music, and hugely popular the world over. But TOMMY ROE didn't set out to father a whole new genre of music. He actually managed to cut some pretty decent rockers along the way too. In this week's episode Tommy tells us how he got into music in the first place, what drove him to write his first song, Sheila, as a young teenager and how he still laments the fact that the girl he wrote that song about, never knew of its existence. Tommy says he'd love to find her today, some 60 years later. Maybe you could help? Tommy also tells us about how he had to compete with the British Invasion and had to come up with catchy tunes that he knew would sell. Hence of all his other hits. At first, he resented being the king of the kids but grew to embrace it as other musicians began to copy his sound. Up next, you probably remember PETER NOONE as the lead singer and founder of that 60s English band, Herman's Hermits, but Peter is also an accomplished TV and stage actor. To my greatest surprise, Peter turned out to be one of the funniest and most uplifting guys I've had the pleasure of speaking with. I caught up with him just ahead of his 75th birthday and giggled my way through this chat. Peter jokes about how getting older has its perks. He also talks about how his band became famous, how the name came about, and about meeting Elvis. Peter talks about being 15 when he founded Herman's Hermits, at a time when so many English bands were coming up around him and what it was like in Liverpool at that time. He also tells us about what fame and fortune did to the young lads in 1965 when Herman's Hermits outsold every other band in the world. Iconic blues rock guitarist WALTER TROUT knows better than most, that no matter how fast or far a man travels, he can never truly outrun his past. Walter joins us to chat about his experience with a liver transplant, and how the life changing event affected his music. He says he can't believe he's still here because he had been in hospital eight months with brain damage. He lost 120 pounds, didn't recognise his wife or children, lost the ability to speak, and didn't have a bite of solid food for six months. Walter had to have speech therapy and re-learn how to talk. He had to re-learn how to walk but the worst for him was that he didn't know how to play the guitar anymore. He had to start over again from scratch and teach himself how to play chords and how to play scales and how to bend a note. He worked on it seven hours a day, every day for a year until he finally performed again two years later. Walter also regales us with the story of how he met his wife whilst on stage and despite his rocky start, says his life today is like a fairy tale. If you'd like to find out more head for my website www.abreathoffreshair.com.au Connect with me through my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SandyKayePresents or on twitter https://twitter.com/sandykpresents To learn more about Tommy Roe https://tommyroe.com/ To read about Peter Noone https://peternoone.com/ And to get more info about blues guitarist Walter Trout head for https://www.waltertrout.com/
Ja, daar zijn we weer. Het heeft eventjes geduurd, maar we waren een beetje druk met andere dingen. Wees gerust, het ligt dus zeker niet aan u, liever luisteraar. Om het goed te maken beloven we dat dit een aflevering gaat worden om je oren bij af te likken, zo leuk!We beginnen met groot nieuws. Herman heeft namelijk een nieuwe fiets. En wat voor één. Een Specialized Diverge met eTAP, zwarte tandwielen, een luikje en een knopje waar je op kan drukken dat ie slap wordt (padoem pats!). Welke kleur? Nou het varieert van zwart naar blauw en groen. Echt nogal superchic!Dikke props gaan ook naar Plieger in Meerkerk. Want bij die fietsenzaak waren ze in staat om het rateltje uit de derailleur van Martijn te halen. Als een ware MacGuyver gingen ze aan de slag. En met succes. Een dag later konden we zonder herrie de Rock Solid Ride rijden. Een prachtige tocht over de Heuvelrug en Veluwe met meer dan goed bier na afloop. Dat Herman na 20 kilometer onderuit ging, mocht de pret niet drukken. Een paar weken later genoten we samen van de onverharde paden in Limburg. Ga daar heen, lieve mensen. Melden we hier als laatste ook nog even de uitslag van de 100+ Cup. Martijn pakt met 36-23 de eindzege in het klassement.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/tweewielers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Rabbi Jeff Dreifus speaks with Anna Herman. Anna Herman is the Director of Henry S. Jacobs Camp in Utica, MS. Having grown up in Dothan, Alabama without a large Jewish community, Anna cultivated a strong Jewish identity and felt proud of her heritage. After being recommended to go to Jacob's camp by a local Rabbi, Anna's life was changed. This trajectory led her to Jacob's camp, working for the Union of Reform Judaism in New York City, and back to camp again as Director. Expect to learn how camp can help kids become more confident, build resiliency, learn interpersonal skills, connect to Israel and Israelis, and make enduring friendships. Rabbi Dreifus and Anna also discuss the grassroots fundraising campaign that launched Jacobs camp and the methods employed by Anna and her team to reduce camp costs so no child is turned away. Finally, this conversation describes the effect the COVID-19 pandemic had on summer camp and what went on behind the scenes in order to have camp in 2021. The podcast closes with Anna's enticing pitch for why families should consider sending their child to camp next summer, tune in to find out! Registration for Camp: https://jacobscamp.org/register/ Thanks to Justin Drake for Audio Technical support.
Today on RTP — Feedback from Herman takes us from Abraham to Lazarus. Was Abraham's Bosom a place or literally Abraham's bosom. Also, was God no longer immutable when He became flesh? Then we discuss faith deconstruction. In the Aftershow, a spate of Italian food staples are covering highways. And how is social media affecting your brain and your time? Yes, yours.>>> Aftershow available for Elite Patrons only. Don't miss out — Become an Elite Patron!SHOW NOTES:“Reform Your Faith, Don't Deconstruct It”Hate, Inc. bookDo More Better bookGetting Things Done bookDigital Minimalism bookAtomic Habits books40,000 Pounds of Meatballs on HighwayScriptures Verses Cited: 1 Corinthian 15:29; Psalm 41:1-4; Acts 17:30; Acts 19:1-5; Romans 1:17-20; Luke 16:19-31Your support helps us pay our podcast editor, blog editor, writers, and upgrade our site to offer merch. Become a PatronBuy a T-shirtLeave an iTunes ReviewDiscuss the EpisodeSubmit a Question, Feedback, or Topic SuggestionGet a Free Trial with Audible
Welcome back to another episode of the Relatable Voice podcast! Today, we are headed to Massachusetts to speak with Deborah Herman. Deborah is a publisher, spiritual teacher, speaker and author. Her latest book Spiritual Writing from Inspiration to Publication is out now. Find out more at : www.soulodysseybooks.com www.micropublishingmedia.com www.debsbookparadise.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to another episode of the Relatable Voice podcast! Today, we are headed to Massachusetts to speak with Deborah Herman. Deborah is a publisher, spiritual teacher, speaker and author. Her latest book Spiritual Writing from Inspiration to Publication is out now. Find out more at : www.soulodysseybooks.com www.micropublishingmedia.com www.debsbookparadise.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello everyone we are still not all back from the east coast shows .... too many flight cancellations!!! So one more "re-run for fun" episode from the early days of the podcast. Here is Peter Noone of "Herman's Hermits" and he is a hoot!!! We love visiting with these icons and hearing their incredible stories and if it's one thing we've learned from these podcasts it's that everyone has an incredible story. Enjoy .... and next week we will start up again and have our very last 2022 episode. Merry Christmas everyone!!!!
Esther raised up for such a time as this, now Queen prays, fasts and obeys by humbly going to the King and requesting to hav a banquet for the king and Haman after Mordecai gets word other of Herman's plot against the Jews. John is given the broad overview of God's plan with Israel, Satan, The Christ and the war taking place in heaven with Michael and his angels with Satan being thrown down. Salvation and power and the kingdom of Gad and His Christ have come.
Molly Hagan has appeared in classic shows like Seinfeld, The Golden Girls, Friends, Herman's Head, and more! She's currently starring in Walker on The CW. Listen as she chats with fellow midwesterners Rick and Dave about her impressive career. [Ep114]
Updated: Dec. 21, 11:56 a.m. | Posted Dec. 20, 1:33 p.m. Two-and-a-half-year-old Emilio is a little shy as he meets “Santa Herman.” Herman, whose real name is Mitchell Mittelstaedt, tries to get the toddler to tell him what kind of toys he wants from Santa. “Do you like soccer balls or cars or trains or Legos?” asks Herman in Spanish. Kerem Yücel | MPR News Emilio Melara discussed what to ask Santa Herman for Christmas at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn. Nov. 21. Herman is bilingual and speaks Spanish. The toddler's mother, Carolina Cano-Garnica, nudges Emilio along and, says in Spanish, “Tell him that you like planes.” “Yes, the planes!” Emilio says. To that, Santa Herman enthusiastically responds “Orale!” Or, Right on. Cano-Garnica says Emilio attends bilingual Spanish immersion daycare and they speak English and Spanish at home. “It was really cool to listen to someone interact with him in Spanish and use the slang that we use and it made it, I think, a little less intimidating for Emilio,” she says. Gallery Kerem Yücel | MPR News Emilio Melara poses with Santa Herman at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn. Nov. 21. Melara's mother said it was "really cool" for him to interact with a Spanish speaking Santa. Kerem Yücel | MPR News Santa Herman is one of several Santas that break the traditional mold this year at the Mall of America. The Santa Experience, which has two locations at the Mall of America, has expanded its racial, ethnic and linguistic representation of Santa Claus. Co-owners Rachael Zuleger and Landon Luther, who are both white, have hired an Asian American Santa who speaks in Cantonese and English. In addition to Santa Herman, who speaks English and Spanish, the company has for the first time two African American Santas at the same time — one of whom communicates in sign language. Cano-Garnica browsed the Santa Experience website and found the Spanish speaking Santa, which she called “super cool.” “I never really thought that we were being underrepresented until we started being represented. It just became something that we got used to.” she said. Representation matters, said Richard Lee, professor of psychology and director of the Asian American Studies Program at the University of Minnesota. He says while Black Santa has become a more common sight over the last decade, it's rare to see an Asian American portray Santa Claus. He said St. Nick is an iconic figure while Asian Americans have been seen as foreigners. “One could make the case that an Asian American Santa is pushing against this foreigner stereotype. An Asian American portraying Santa Claus also provides children with alternate narratives of who represents joy, love and charity,” Lee said. “These are not the values and behaviors limited to certain groups but can be embodied by Asian Americans.” Enter “Santa Allan,” aka Allan Siu from the Dallas Area. He was recruited to The Santa Experience by “Santa Larry” who was the company's first Black Santa in 2016. Siu says he wanted to make sure his son, now seven years old, saw a Santa that looked like him. “Being Asian, well, I know that I'm not, the typical Santa. And then just to have this opportunity, it's just something I never imagined,” Siu said. “So I'm just really grateful. Excited for it.” Gallery Kerem Yücel | MPR News Santa Allan is from Dallas and was recruited to participate in the Santa Experience in Minnesota. Kerem Yücel | MPR News Ethan, 2, and Tiara, 3, left to right, discussed what to ask Santa Allan for Christmas at the Santa Experience at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., Dec. 8. Kerem Yücel | MPR News Santa Allan said he never thought he would have an experience like this and is "very excited" to provide Asian representation. To Luther, adding the various Santas of color and those who speak a second language was a natural step, “There's a lot of cultures that celebrate Christmas. And we wanted to represent all these cultures,” Luther said. “So really just being open minded to, you know, who wants to play this magical guy?” When the Santa Experience added Santa Larry six years ago, Zuleger said they did not expect the swirl of local and national publicity that followed. “We were a little gobsmacked by it, but it's just so much bigger than, you know, what we're doing here,” Luther said. Myatta Flanagan, who is African American, is a big fan of Santa Larry. She and her children have visited with him over the years. Flanagan grew up in Coon Rapids, Minn., but now lives in Texas where Santa Larry, aka Larry Jefferson, is based. The Flanagans — Micah, age 7, and Elijah, age 6, have traveled to Minnesota to visit in-person with him for the first time since the pandemic started. Kerem Yücel | MPR News Santa Larry speaks at elementary schools, colleges and major churches as well. “It's just been so fun and full and it enriched my life spiritually as well." he said. While the kids visit with Santa Larry in a room decorated to the hilt with Christmas decorations, he asks them some standard Santa questions. He asks if they are being good and listening to their parents, to which each child answers, ‘yes.' “Guess what?,” asks Santa Larry. “You're on the nice list!” It means a lot to Micah and Elijah to meet with Santa Larry. “They get so excited because he looks like them,” said Flanagan. “And it just makes holidays. It just makes it so special. That they can relate to him.” Flanagan says engaging with an African American Santa Larry is important to her as well. “It's something that I never had as a child growing up. And always wanted, but never had the opportunity,” she said. Since his introduction to the Twin Cities, Santa Larry, who is based in Dallas says his schedule has been full and fast-paced. There's not enough Santa Larry's to go around, he says. Gallery Kerem Yücel | MPR News Elijah, 6, left, and Micah, 7, center poses with Santa Larry at the Santa Experience at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., Nov. 23. Kerem Yücel | MPR News Kennedy and Eira Chambers (left to right), twins sisters discussed what to ask Santa Larry for Christmas at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., Nov. 23. Kerem Yücel | MPR News Rachael Zuleger, co-owner of the Santa Experience says she has seen first-hand how having diverse Santas helps children. "They won't know that at some point there wasn't a Black Santa to see,” Zuleger said. “That's how it should be.” “I speak at elementary schools, I speak at colleges. And I meet at major churches to take pictures with children. And I'm also Santa Claus in Chicago at the Museum of Science and Industry.” Jefferson said. “But it's just been so fun and full and it enriched my life spiritually as well.” Zuleger, co-owner of the Santa Experience, says she witnessed the impact of a racially diverse Santa Claus. She remembers in Santa Larry's first year that a grandmother joined her grandkids for a visit with Jefferson. “She was just crying in the corner,” Zuleger said. “And she just said, ‘I've never seen a Black Santa my whole life.' And this just means the world to me.'” The grandmother, said Zuleger, joined in the family picture with Santa Larry. “The best part for me was that the kid won't know any different. They won't know that at some point there wasn't a Black Santa to see,” Zuleger said. “That's how it should be.” Correction (Dec. 21, 2022): A previous version of this story misspelled Mitchell Mittelstaedt's name. The story has been updated.
How did Dorothy Herman rose from life-crushing Trauma to become a multi-millionaire Real-Estate icon. Let us check out her awe-inspiring story.
WELCOME TO THE GROUP CHAT!!! The "General Support Center" group chat is a safe space for dating, life advice, random polls, and there's always some piping hot tea being spilled. It's me + my girls Sophie, Colby, and Makenzi and for the next few episodes of the podcasts I'm sitting down with all of my girls. This week, I'm sitting down with my brother Sophie. She's one of the best gifts that Joe left me with and hands down one of my funniest friends. We're chatting about grieving the loss of our friends, her perspective on losing Joe + other friends to cancer, online dating battle stories, and our love for "scrollin and trollin". A true episode where you might laugh + cry, so pour up the rosè. xx Let's stay in touch babes: www.rachelsymonegilliam.com text DAILYRAE to 22999 instagram/tiktok/pinterest: @rachelsymonegilliam subscribe to my newsletter
Join the guys this week as they have a few guests in the studio. First up is the beautiful Holly from Crown Majesty Cigars ( www.CrownCigars.us ) followed by Magnet from Lion Arms ( LionArmsUSA.com ). The guys talk about the latest with Measure 114 in Oregon and why you shouldn't mess with the Marines when you're shoplifting. Finally, the guys talk gun laws and the courts with Attorney Jason Herman.
Though she watched Pee-wee's Playhouse as a kid, this Christmas special somehow passed Mary by. But you're never too old for Pee-wee Herman, or for a selection of guest stars like Cher, Little Richard, Grace Jones, and K.D. Lang, not to mention Santa himself. We talk about variety shows, nostalgia, and Mary defends a much-maligned baked good.
Bill begins the second hour talking to Andy Herman of the Pack A Day Podcast about all things Packers. He then talks about MNF prep vs the Rams, Brad Boxberger going to the Cubs, whether the Packers embody Matt LaFleur, David Bahktiari and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
U.S. Army Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Herman Estrada, aka “Mega Hooah”, joins the Your Next Mission® Video Podcast for a conversation centered around the military transition process and his focus on Leading, Motivating, and Inspiring. As a father of 9 children, his message on the road to becoming a Soldier only intensifies his amazing story. As we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, CSM Estrada converses with SMA Tilley about what being a Hispanic American means to him and many Hispanics who serve this nation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yournextmission/message
In this episode, Winston speaks with Hilary Herman-Pagliolo, senior administrator and longtime Thales Academy teacher and leader. Building on her talk from the Fall Classical Summit, Mrs. Herman talks about the importance of looking at student data and using that information to make decisions for their students. Mrs. Herman received a Bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master's of School Administration from North Carolina State University. Prior to serving Thales Academy, Mrs. Herman spent seven years teaching in public and charter schools.
This week Jon and Aaron are joined by Andy Herman to talk about the Packers current state and future. Then the guys talk about the Brewers big trade, the Bucks poor shooting, then college basketball wins. Then a Last Call to cover the end of volleyball playoffs in Wisconsin.
Published 18 December 2022We chat to John 'Herman' Winning and Justin Shaffer. With the Hobart about to start we chat to the team behind the race favourite. Herman Winning skipper of the red hot Andoo 18' skiff and CEO of Winning Appliances has chartered Comanche, renamed it Andoo Comanche and wants to take it all. Justin is navigating on the machine and together the pair let us behind the scenes.#barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail #officialrolexsydneyhobart #18skiff #teamcomanche #11thhourracing #andooteamx #shafferj
Herman is a professor of evolutionary anthropology at Duke University, where he focuses on the evolution of human energy expenditure and metabolism. He is also the co-founder of the Human Evolutionary Ecology Lab, where he and his team study the effects of diet, physical activity, and modern environments on human health and disease.Herman's latest book, "Burn: The Misunderstood Science of Metabolism," explores the latest research on metabolism and challenges long-held beliefs about weight loss and metabolism. His work has been featured in numerous publications and media outlets, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and NPR.Andrew Best is a biological anthropologist and Assistant Professor of Biology at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts; he is also a respectable endurance athlete in his own right. Andrew is currently conducting a research project on ultramarathon and ultra-endurance athletes that further tests the limits of the human metabolic scope. Contact for Andrew-Website: https://www.therunningprimate.com/Instagram: @therunningprimate Twitter: @RunningPrimate Strava: The Shreddy ProfessorBuy Training Essentials for Ultrarunning on Amazon or Audible.Information on coaching-https://trainright.com/Koop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
Dustin Greenhill from St. Luke's in Pennsylvania discusses femur fractures, subspecialty consultation before high-risk spine surgery, forearm fractures in obese children, and a variety of hip-related issues from recent publications. Your hosts are Julia Sanders from Children's Hospital Colorado, Carter Clement from Children's Hospital of New Orleans, Craig Louer from Vanderbilt, and Josh Holt from University of Iowa. This episode is sponsored by OrthoFix. Music by A. A. Aalto. Papers discussed: Greenhill, Allred, Feldman, Herman. Vascular Safe Zone During Percutaneous Pinning of the Distal Femur. JPO 2022. Greenhill, Herman. Treatment of Pediatric Femoral Shaft Fractures. JAAOS 2022. Bauer, Sienko, Roy, et al. The incidence of avascular necrosis in children with cerebral palsy after hip containment surgery. JCO 2022. Visser, Lehman, Armstrong. Does Routine Subspecialty Consultation Before High-Risk Pediatric Spine Surgery Decrease the Incidence of Complications? JPO 2022. Murphy, Howells, Gallagher, et al. Children's Hip Predictive (CHiP) Score: A Triage Tool for Hip Dislocation in Children Referred With Suspected Hip Dysplasia. JPO 2022. Lyons, McGregor, Hoyt, et al. Do Forearm Fracture Characteristics and Outcomes Differ Between Obese and Non-Obese Children? Original Research. JPOSNA 2022. Smith, Block, Eisenberg, Shoenecker, Clohisy, Nepple. Characterizing the Residual SCFE Deformity: Utility of the 45-degree Dunn View. JPO 2022.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 4: Matt Rooney—Attorney & Founder of Save Jersey—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss the latest in New Jersey politics. Read more at: https://savejersey.com Still waiting: Elon Musk has not yet published information about Twitter censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story prior to the 2020 presidential election. In a new Wall Street Journal opinion editorial, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute Arthur Herman argued that Republicans need to embrace early voting in order to remain competitive with Democrats in the 2024 election cycle. Herman writes, “Republicans ignore early voting and mail-in balloting at their peril. According to Gallup, from 2010 to 2014 Republicans had the edge in early voting. But in the 2018 midterms, the GOP lead had slipped to 46% compared with 44.7% for Democrats. By the Biden-Trump election, the Democrats had a 54% to 32% advantage over Republicans, with 38% of independents voting before Election Day.” Read the article at: https://www.wsj.com/articles/gop-needs-to-embrace-early-voting-election-day-ballot-harvesting-social-media-absentee-habits-pennsylvania-11669913240?mod=opinion_lead_pos5 On behalf of Elon Musk and Twitter, investigative journalist Matt Taibbi released a series of tweets documenting Twitter's efforts to suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story prior to the 2022 Presidential election. Taibbi wrote, “[b]y 2020, requests from connected actors to delete tweets were routine. One executive would write to another: ‘More to review from the Biden team.' The reply would come back: ‘Handled.'”
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Show (12/02/2022): 3:05pm- According to a report from The Washington Post, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is expected to adopt a “controversial facial recognition technology for passenger screening at 16 major domestic airports.” Geoffrey A. Fowler writes, “[a]ny time data gets collected somewhere, it could also be stolen — and you only get one face. The TSA says all its databases are encrypted to reduce hacking risk. But in 2019, the Department of Homeland Security disclosed that photos of travelers were taken in a data breach, accessed through the network of one of its subcontractors.” The “one to one” facial verification testing could be rolled out nationally by the end of 2023. 3:30pm- According to reports from The Gateway Pundit and Libs of TikTok, Hunterdon Central Regional High School in Flemington, New Jersey held a “drag show” in which students dressed up and performed. 3:45pm- Department of Energy's Samuel Brinton, who oversees nuclear waste management, has been placed on leave, according to the Biden Administration. Brinton has been accused of stealing a suitcase with contents worth over $2,300. 3:50pm- After making numerous anti-Semitic statements on Thursday, Kanye West was banned from Twitter, according to the platform's owner Elon Musk. 3:55pm- During an interview with Andrew Ross Sorkin at The New York Times' DealBook conference, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings expressed excitement about Elon Musk's plans for Twitter. Hastings also defended his company's decision to be the home of comedian Dave Chappelle's sometimes controversial stand-up specials. 4:05pm- According to Politico, New Jersey lawmakers are considering legislation that would require adults to wear helmets while riding bicycles in the state. 4:10pm- While appearing on Fox News with Tucker Carlson, former NHL player Theo Fleury said, “politics has no place in any sport.” 4:25pm- During an interview with Hollywood Reporter, film director James Cameron bizarrely stated, “I always think of [testosterone] as a toxin that you have to slowly work out of your system." Cameron is the writer and director of Avatar 2. 4:40pm- According to a report from The New York Post, Los Angeles County will reinstate indoor mask mandates in response to a surge in COVID-19 infections. 4:45pm- Eli Lake—Contributing Editor at Commentary Magazine & Host of The Reeducation Podcast—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest article, “Can the FBI Be Saved from Itself—And Can We Be Saved from the FBI?” Lake writes, “the bureau remains a threat to both the civil liberties of its targets and the democratic health of the republic. Over the past six years in particular, we have learned that FBI officials routinely deceive not only the public but also the institutions designed to protect the public from FBI overreach. Agents lie to supervisors. Supervisors lie to judges. FBI directors mislead Congress. And almost no one is ever punished.” Read more at: https://www.commentary.org/articles/eli-lake/fbi-needs-new-reforms/ 5:10pm- Elon Musk promised to publish “what really happened with the Hunter Biden story suppression by Twitter” at 5 o'clock ET on Friday—it's 5 o'clock…where is the announcement? We are waiting, Elon! 5:35pm- Matt and Rich continue to argue over the greatest Christmas movie—Home Alone or Die Hard? Meanwhile, Henry is offended that no one has asked what his favorite Christmas film is…and it's an awful selection. 5:45pm- New York City is hiring a "Director of Rodent Mitigation" to help address the city's growing rat population. The position reportedly pays $170,000 annually. 6:05pm- Matt Rooney—Attorney & Founder of Save Jersey—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss the latest in New Jersey politics. Read more at: https://savejersey.com 6:15pm- Still waiting: Elon Musk has not yet published information about Twitter censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story prior to the 2020 presidential election. 6:25pm- In a new Wall Street Journal opinion editorial, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute Arthur Herman argued that Republicans need to embrace early voting in order to remain competitive with Democrats in the 2024 election cycle. Herman writes, “Republicans ignore early voting and mail-in balloting at their peril. According to Gallup, from 2010 to 2014 Republicans had the edge in early voting. But in the 2018 midterms, the GOP lead had slipped to 46% compared with 44.7% for Democrats. By the Biden-Trump election, the Democrats had a 54% to 32% advantage over Republicans, with 38% of independents voting before Election Day.” Read the article at: https://www.wsj.com/articles/gop-needs-to-embrace-early-voting-election-day-ballot-harvesting-social-media-absentee-habits-pennsylvania-11669913240?mod=opinion_lead_pos5 6:45pm- On behalf of Elon Musk and Twitter, investigative journalist Matt Taibbi released a series of tweets documenting Twitter's efforts to suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story prior to the 2022 Presidential election. Taibbi wrote, “[b]y 2020, requests from connected actors to delete tweets were routine. One executive would write to another: ‘More to review from the Biden team.' The reply would come back: ‘Handled.'”
In 1993, Herman Williams, a decorated member of the US Navy, was stationed in Waukegan, IL where he lived with his ex-wife, Penny, and their two children. On September 26, Penny's deceased body was found in a shallow pond and Herman immediately became the sole suspect. Based on faulty forensic science as well as prosecutorial and questionable police conduct, Herman was sentenced to life in prison without parole. As Co-Director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, and co-host and writer of the award-winning Lava For Good podcast, Wrongful Conviction: False Confessions, Laura represents individuals who were wrongfully convicted when they were children or teenagers. To learn more and get involved, visit: www.mightycause.com/story/Hermanwilliams Wrongful Conviction is a production of Lava for Good Podcasts in association with Signal Co. No1.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, the U.S. military maintains around 800 bases in installations around the world with around 75 of those in Latin America, including perhaps its most notorious in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. But it wasn't always this way.To learn more about this fraught and understudied history, Lawfare managing editor Tyler McBrien sat down with Dr. Rebecca Herman, assistant professor of history at UC Berkeley, to discuss her new book, “Cooperating with the Colossus: A Social and Political History of US Military Bases in World War II Latin America.” They discussed how the U.S. went from its good neighbor policy of the 1930s to nearly 200 military bases on sovereign Latin American soil by the end of the war, and the thorny questions of legal jurisdiction, labor rights, and gender relations that arose from those new sites. They also got into how, in Prof. Herman's words, although national sovereignty and international cooperation are compatible concepts in principle, they're difficult to reconcile in practice. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.