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Hey there, Travel Hackers! This week, we're diving into the captivating world of Istanbul, where every turn is a discovery and every moment an adventure. Jess and Pam have been there, explored its wonders, and are thrilled to show you how to experience this magical city using the clever art of travel hacking. Picture this: You're cruising high above, nestled in business class, sipping a welcome drink, en route to an unforgettable Istanbul escapade. Jess has got the scoop on snagging those coveted business class seats using airline miles, ensuring your journey is as enchanting as the destination. Utilizing credit card miles, your dream flight to Istanbul is closer than you think. Istanbul's accommodations aren't just places to rest; they're part of the experience. Hear Jess rave about her experience at the Park Hyatt Istanbul. Transferring Hyatt points between friends allowed her and three girlfriends to stay for $0! We also share Jess and Pam's contrasting experiences with the traditional Turkish Hamam, a story you won't want to miss! Istanbul is full of experiences! Whether you're soaking in the history at the Hagia Sophia, wandering through the bustling Grand Bazaar, or cruising the Bosphorus, Istanbul's allure is endless. And with our insider tips, you'll enjoy these wonders while making savvy use of your travel budget. This might all sound like a dream, but it's all within reach, thanks to points and miles. Ready to embark on an Istanbul adventure like no other? Press play on this episode, and let us take you through the mesmerizing streets of Istanbul, showing you how to make your travel dreams a reality, without stretching your wallet. Happy travels and happy hacking! Links For This Episode: Find Traci (Jess's points guru) on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pointillismtravelhacking/ Kılıç Ali Paşa Hamam Must Do Attractions and Hidden Gems of Old City Bosphorus Sunset Cruise Park Hyatt Istanbul inDrive App Free Gifts and Resources To Start Your Travel Hacking Journey: Free Webinar: How to Start Traveling for Nearly Free Best Current Credit Card Offers: Best Rewards Card Offers | Travel Hacking Mom Award Travel Academy: Award Travel Academy Our Website: https://travelhackingmom.com Connect With Us: Newsletter signup: https://travelhackingmom.com/newsletter Instagram: Alex + Pam + Jess | Points & Miles (@travelhackingmom) TikTok: travelhackingmom's Creator Profile Facebook group: Travel Hacking Mom Group | Facebook Episode Minute By Minute: 01:11 Planning the Trip: Choosing the Destination 01:49 Booking the Flights: Travel Hacking Strategies 03:05 The Benefits of Getting Friends into Travel Hacking 04:55 Booking the Flights: Using Points and Miles 07:50 Arriving in Istanbul: First Impressions and Transportation 10:28 Accommodation: Staying at the Park Hyatt Istanbul 17:41 Exploring Istanbul: Location and Accessibility 18:49 Navigating Istanbul: Public Transportation and Taxi Apps 22:05 The Hamam Experience: Pam's Hilarious Story 25:48 The Hamam Experience: Jess's Story 30:47 Exploring Istanbul: Guided Tours and Sunset Cruises 34:51 Istanbul: A Family-Friendly Destination 35:24 Traveling with Friends: The Benefits of Shared Experiences 36:05 Conclusion: Istanbul, A Must-Visit Destination
This week we recap “Lessons in Chemistry” starring Brie Larson available on AppleTV (1:00) Hidden Gems (01:08:14): - Black Cake (Hulu) - Happiness for Beginners novel by Katherine Center & film (Netflix) - Check & Mate novel by Ali Hazelwood We are available on all podcasting platforms but please follow, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify apps. We greatly appreciate the support! Follow us on social media: IG: @recappinpodcast Twitter: @recappinpodcast FB: reCappin' with Delora and Ashley Contact us: Email: email@example.com
In a heartfelt and introspective episode of The Jar, we had the pleasure of meeting Dale Briggs at his trailer on the outskirts of Flagstaff. The picturesque setting, with foothills and mountains in the distance, served as the backdrop for a candid conversation.Dale's journey begins in Sharonville, a tight-knit community near Cincinnati. He hails from a family deeply rooted in American heritage, with a lineage dating back to the Daughters of the Revolution. His upbringing was marked by a strong sense of law and order, instilled by his father, a prosecutor, and his mother, true cole miners daughter from Eastern Kentucky, the ones heralding from the American Revolution who began shipping moonshine when Dale was just 11 as "medicine" from hi Aunt & Uncle who made it from their still.Despite the challenges and colorful stories of moonshine, drugs, and a family with its share of complexities, there was a constant thread running through Dale's life—a yearning to be accepted for who he truly was. Amidst all the tumultuous experiences and substances within his family, he longed to find that one person who would embrace him unconditionally.Dale's life unfolded in three distinct phases, with one-third spent in Ohio, one-third in Tampa, and now the final third in Flagstaff. He grapples with self-forgiveness, striving to be the best father he can be while also reconciling his feelings of exclusion from his youngest child's life. His determination shines through as he strives to be the best grandparent possible.Join us as we sit in front of Dale's trailer, surrounded by the beauty of wildflowers and distant mountains, reflecting on two-thirds of his life and the hope he holds for redemption and acceptance. The Jar continues to bring you real conversations with real people, and Dale's story is a poignant reminder of the power of self-discovery and the possibility of finding peace through these conversations.For more of Dale's personal side. https://www.facebook.com/dragonflypromotionsofnorthernarizona?mibextid=ZbWKwLhttps://www.youtube.com/@loveoutloudtodayFor more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Ana and Eric welcome Robert Reider to The Cabin, Mr Reider is Senior Marketing Director for the Ho-Chunk Nation - and a pro golfer to boot! Along with some golf discussion, a major topic is Truman Lowe, whose story was profiled by Discover Wisconsin. The story recently won an Emmy at the 65th Annual Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards for their digital short titled “Exploring the Artistic Process of Truman Lowe.” The video tells a phenomenal story of the Ho-Chunk artist, Truman Lowe and his inspirational impact on other Natives and community members. Eric, Ana, and Robert also dive into how the Ho-Chunk government operates as an independent entity, right down to license plates and school systems. They discuss how they preserve and pass on tribal traditions, including an educational system that teaches the Ho-Chunk language to new generations. They also discuss how economics are driving the future from casino operations to artistic endeavors and small business, and the impact of notable natives like Truman Lowe. It's a fascinating look at how a Native American government and society operates within - and occasionally independent of - the larger society here in Wisconsin. Join in on this fascinating campfire conversation and discover more about the Ho-Chunk Nation. Ho-Chunk Nation main site: https://ho-chunknation.com/Emmy award-winning video about Truman Lowe: https://youtu.be/oBltTFXKNLw
In this edition, Zach talks about the massive winter storm arriving in Oregon's mountains — and ski areas that have announced openings — along with the drinking water crisis in Sweet Home and Lebanon, new permits for Mount Hood and a variety of other news stories. Urness touches on how to explore the landslide-closed road on Cascade Head and visit beautiful Harts Cove Trail, along with looking at Oregon's proposed drone rules and why Butte Creek Falls has been closed for three years.
This week, the crew of the Great Big Podcast sat down with Candice Ualesi, business manager at the Fort Cavazos Fisher House, to talk about how the establishment, affectionately considered the installation's "hidden gem", supports service members undergoing medical treatment and their families. Listen to learn more about the Fort Cavazos Fisher House and how it provides all the comforts of home. SUBMIT: FortCavazosPAO@gmail.comFACEBOOK: fortcavazosarmy INSTAGRAM: @fortcavazosarmyTWITTER: @fortcavazosarmy All music obtained, royalty-free, through Filter by Songtradr: "Gun Metal Grey" - Delicious Allstars; "Learning By Doing" - Niklas Olovso.This podcast is a production of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Cavazos and Fort Cavazos Public Affairs.
In South Phoenix, we had the pleasure of meeting our next guest, Dan Collins, a true product of the Southwest Chicago area. Dan shared some insights into what it was like growing up in the heart of the Midwest, which offered him a somewhat typical Midwestern childhood experience.As the only boy in the family, Dan's upbringing had its share of unique experiences. His father was a dedicated union worker, which undoubtedly left an impression on young Dan. Around the sixth grade, the government implemented a busing program, reshuffling children from one part of the city to another for school. Dan found himself attending a Catholic school to avoid being bused into the inner city, but this move didn't shield him from youthful mischief.At the tender age of 13, Dan ventured into some questionable activities, including pilfering Valiums from his grandma's medicine cabinet and even getting caught selling "black beauties." This led to a tumultuous period that culminated in a 90-day stay in a psychiatric ward. His stay was etched in his memory, from the names of the counselors to the doctors who attended to him. After his release, he entered high school and fell into a life of gang involvement, distancing himself from his family.A pivotal moment came when Dan found his passion in sports, particularly track, and believed he was on the right track (pun intended). However, a series of mistakes led to him losing his eligibility, pushing him down a darker path. Despite enduring hardships, including struggles with alcoholism, Dan managed to achieve sobriety in 2013, embarking on a journey of recovery.Remarkably, Dan is now an ordained minister who dedicates his life to working with addicts and alcoholics, offering support and guidance. His story is one of struggle, resilience, redemption, and ultimately, service. Join us in this powerful episode as we delve into Dan's life, filled with its share of trials and triumphs, and discover the inspiring journey of a man who found a higher calling in helping others. This is The Jar, where we engage in real conversations with real people, sharing their compelling stories.Dans Site. https://www.facebook.com/share/cFQcV2iKpTx4fe4t/?mibextid=K35XfPFor more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Burnett County; https://bit.ly/3pX15LaCampfire Conversation: We're in full swing for holiday shopping, and Eric and Ana welcome Kortnee Hass into The Cabin for a cozy look at some great ideas for all the people in your life. Food is always a good gift, whether it's authentic Danish kringle made and shipped from Racine; platters of cheese, sausage, nuts, crackers and more from a myriad of sources across the state; bacon from Nueske's and other notable Wisconsin brands; maple syrup from Skinny Sticks or other sources; specialty popcorn from places like Minocqua Popcorn & Puffs or Faris Gourmet Popcorn & Treats; Sheboygan brats; or even turkey gizzards (an odd, but loved by some) from Bay View Packing Company in Milwaukee. Wisconsin beverages like Jolly Good Soda; specialty teas or coffee from one of Wisconsin's many coffee roasters; or gift cards and passes for Old Fashioneds, craft beers, local wines, or craft spirits from the state's many distilleries. Other crafted items such as candles, artistic custom skillets - some of which are in shapes like Wisconsin's outline, and charcuterie (or, one brand, Char-MOO-terie) boards. Some gifts give back all year, like a State Park Pass for 2024 or City Tins, coasters that offer discounts at a variety of restaurants, breweries, and more throughout the year - the aforementioned “passports” at craft breweries, wineries, and distilleries do the same. Unique gifts include things like a Cow Yoga Calendar from Willow Creek Press. Of course, Discover Wisconsin and Cabin merch are great gifts too, and you can take advantage of some great options and holiday deals at shop.discoverwisconsin.com! Check out this episode and you might find yourself making major progress on your holiday shopping.Find merch for Discover Wisconsin and The Cabin here: http://shop.discoverwisconsin.comGet the Wisconsin Hop Passport for craft breweries here: https://www.hoppassport.com/partners/2024-wisconsinGet the Wisconsin Old Fashioned Passport here: https://venturewisconsin.com/products/2024-old-fashioned-passportAnother great guide to Wisconsin holiday gifts: https://upnorthnewswi.com/2022/11/08/presents-with-purpose-your-guide-to-wisconsin-made-gifts-that-give-back/Find the Cow Yoga calendar here: https://www.calendars.com/shop/cow-yoga-2024-wall-calendar/202400003882Purchase a Wisconsin State Parks Pass for 2024 here: https://yourpassnow.com/ParkPass/wiInside Sponsors:Washington County - https://bit.ly/3qayJAL
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Netflix's Old Dads is movie that's been getting a lot of buzz in the media. But is it good? In this Truvue Podcast review, we take a look and give you our opinion. Jack Kelly (Bill Burr), Connor Brody (Bobby Cannavale), and Mike Richards (Bokeem Woodbine) are best friends, business partners, and old dads. After agreeing to sell their throwback sports apparel company, they're excited to punch their tickets to the lives they've always dreamed of. But when the company is made over by an eccentric new millennial CEO (Miles Robbins), Jack's anger boils over, creating a series of crises at work, home, and his son's ultra-progressive preschool. In the aftermath, Jack and his fellow old dads must fight to win back their families and self-respect on an unlikely quest that takes them from Palm Desert casinos to strip clubs to the e-scooter-riddled streets of Los Angeles.—Netflix Netflix's Old Dads is a movie about dads that are old. And while it has gotten a lot of buzz, is it worth watching? In this Truvue Podcast review, we give you our opinion on the show and whether or not we think you should watch it. Subscribe to “TruVue Podcast” wherever you listen to podcasts and follow along on social media. We bring the barbershop to the box office. https://www.truvuepodcast.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/truvuepodcastofficial?igshid=NGVhN2U2NjQ0Yg== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100068470732382&mibextid=LQQJ4d Twitter: https://twitter.com/truvue_ TruVueSocial@gmail.com #olddads #old #dads #dad #billburr # BobbyCannavale #BokeemWoodbine #ReignEdwards #netflix #netflixrecommendation #netflixkorea #netflixreview #netflixmovies #netflixrecommendations #netflixreviews #youtubechannelgrow2023 #youtubechannelpromotion #youtubechannels #youtubechannel #youtubechannelgrow #youtubechannelgrowth #youtube #moviereview #seriesreview #truvuepodcast #blackpodcast #podcast #subscribe #subscribers #subscribetomychannel #subscriber #subscrib #podcastshow #podcasting#moviereview #truvuepodcast #blackpodcast #podcast #movie #truvue #blackpodcasters #youtube #subscribe #subscribers #subscribetomychannel #sub #subscriber #follow #followers #followme #like #likes #moviecritic #movie #movies #filmreview #film #filmcriticisms #critic #critics #channelgrow #channel
Get ready for a dose of feel-good vibes with Girls Gone Hallmark's weekly Hallmark movie review podcast. In their latest episode, Megan shares the tear-jerking moments of "A Heidelberg Holiday" and Wendy takes on the role of armchair therapist to decode why Megan's emotions were running high. And if you thought their German pronunciation was on point, think again! Tune in for a hilariously terrible attempt at all those tricky German words. About "A Heidelberg Holiday" This was written and directed by Maclain Nelson. Nelson's resume is pretty short with less than 10 writing credits. Previous Hallmark titles include A Nashville Legacy and #XMAS. As for directing, Nelson has 15 directing credits including last year's Haul Out the Holly, Hidden Gems, Presence of Love as well as a few others. Upcoming for the director is the highly anticipated Haul Out the Holly 2: Lit Up. Ginna Claire Mason stars as Heidi. This is her second movie for Hallmark. She starred in last year's A Holiday Spectacular. If you didn't know Gonna Claire Mason is an accomplished stage actor starring as Glinda in Wicked on Broadway. Frédéric Brossier plays Lukas. He's a Germany-based actor with mostly German projects. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jonathan Bennett (@jonathandbennett) //www.instagram.com/embed.js We got a little cameo in this movie… did you see from who? Maclain Nelson shared on his IG that the giving of a studentenkuss is a real German tradition dating back to 1863. This was Filmed Mostly in the Heidelberg, Germany as well as the Heidelberg Castle. Some scenes were also filmed in Serbia. This reportedly began filming on December 13, 2022, and took 49 days to wrap up by January 31, 2023. Ginna Claire and her husband welcomed a baby girl in April 2023. Girl math tells me she was pregnant while filming. Glass ornament artist Lindsay Designs shared on her IG that she was chosen by Hallmark to create the ornaments you can see in the movie. What Christmas Movies Will Girls Gone Hallmark Review this Year
Decision Space is the podcast about decisions in board games. Join our active and welcoming Discord community, Join the crew today! (Decision Space Patreon), or Leave us a review wherever you found this podcast! Episode 146 - Five Knizia Hidden Gems with Jared Ingersoll Oops, Jake forgot his microphone! No worries though, Jared Ingersoll President of the Reiner Knizia Fan Club was willing to jump in and share his top 5 hidden Knizia gems. These picks come straight out of his personal collection of *checks notes* over 100 Knizia games. Enjoy! Pre-Planners Heat and Ticket to Ride Timestamps Intro - 0:00 Knizia Histories - 3:15 5 Hidden Gems - 9:45 Tower of Babel - 10:34 Rhinelander - 17:00 Orongo - 23:46 Beowulf: the Legend - 34:44 Municipium - 42:13 Indigo - 50:35 Reif für die Insel - 57:15 Music and Sound Credits Thank you to Hembree for our intro and outro music from their song Reach Out. You can listen to the full song on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQuuRPfOyMw&list=TLGGFNH7VEDPgwgyNTA4MjAyMQ&t=3s You can find more information about Hembree at https://www.hembreemusic.com/. Thank you to Flash Floods for use of their song Palm of Your Hand as a sting from their album Halfway to Anywhere: https://open.spotify.com/album/2fE6LrqzNDKPYWyS5evh3K?si=CCjdAGmeSnOOEui6aV3_nA Rules Overview Music: Way Home by Tokyo Music Walker https://soundcloud.com/user-356546060 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/tokyo-music-walker-way... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/pJThZlOuDtI Contact We can be reached individually on Twitter at @jakefryd and @burnsidebh. You can also follow Decision Space on Instagram @DecisionSpacePod and talk to us there! If you prefer email, then hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org. This information is all available along with episodes at our new website decisionspacepodcast.com. Byeee!
Are you a Christian traveler with Albania on your travel radar? Wondering if this captivating Balkan nation should be on your bucket list? In this enlightening episode, Travel Ministry Director, Sarah Wudtke, serves as your knowledgeable guide to Albania. She provides valuable insights on what to explore, from the country's diverse landscapes to the nuances of the local language and cultural etiquette. But there's more to this journey than sightseeing. Sarah delves into the fascinating religious tapestry of Albania, offering a deeper understanding of its unique religious makeup. She also shares how you can use your travels to connect with Muslims in a meaningful and respectful way. Our community of Christian Travelers will be launching the first week of December! For more inspirational travel content, access to the Albania Travel Guide, and to connect with like-minded travelers, visit www.ChristianTravelers.net today. *Disclaimer: Our content provides travel insight, not legal advice.
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Shawano County; https://bit.ly/3X0MLBnCampfire Conversation: Eric and Ana tuck into the Cabin and prepare you for the wonders of Wisconsin comfort foods - those tasty treats and dishes that bring warmth and fill you up. They talk about the foods themselves like casseroles, pot pies, poutine, mac & cheese (lots of cheese), potato dishes, pasties, chili, and more. Shout-outs are given to some favorite spots for comfort foods around Wisconsin, including Monty's Blue Plate Diner in Madison and Delta Diner in the North Woods in Bayfield County (both for their meat loaf among other dishes!); places like Real Chili in Milwaukee for chili; Mac's and their multiple locations around Wisconsin for incredible mac & cheese combos; Shepherd's Pie from places like Kitty O'Reilly's in Sturgeon Bay, Stone Arch in Appleton, Dublin Square in La Crosse, O'Donoghue's in Elm Grove, or County Clare in Milwaukee; plus Italian pastas, Cornish pasties, plus some key burgers and pizza around the state get highlighted. Desserts are comfort food too, and places like Norske Nook, Honeypie, Hubbard Avenue Diner, and Stockholm Pie (among many others) are famous for pies - and that's just one dessert example. Wisconsin's bevy of supper clubs are great places for big meals involving our favorite comfort foods as a state, they are highly recommended for the full experience! All of that and more gets covered in this episode of The Cabin.Inside Sponsors:Menomonie Chamber: https://bit.ly/3q16T9YJefferson County: https://www.enjoyjeffersoncounty.com
Greetings, movie fans! Today's episode kicks off with the most important Special Announcement (1:16) in Movies N Shit history. Then, enjoy a seamless transition to Movies We've Seen since last time (10:40), TV Talk (1:08:35), and Entertainment News/Upcoming Trailers and Stuff (1:37:25). Patrick returns to form in the latest installment of What Year Did That Come Out Again? (2:02:10) before the most important Lord of the Rings edition of Guess That Rotten Tomato Score (2:04:38) that's ever been recorded. Finally, Kelly and Patrick provide not one, not two, but THREE stellar Hidden Gem recommendations for your viewing pleasure (2:10:25). Episode highlights include discussions about Scorsese and other filmmakers' distinctive styles, Halloween movies, Eat the Rich movies, heartwarming soccer stories, theaters we love and movie-going experiences we'll never forget, superhero fatigue, bad casting choices, and for the first time ever — Patrick knows about a show that Kelly doesn't know about. All that and much, much more! Big congrats to the creatives for making it through the strike!
Girls Gone Hallmark is a weekly Hallmark movie review podcast. This week, Megan and Wendy, chat about "The Santa Summit" starring an excellent ensemble cast lead by Hunter King and Benjamin Hollingsworth. Friends, this ain't your Grandma's Hallmark movie! You'll want to tune in and hear what Megan and Wendy thought about what some are calling the season's best. About "The Santa Summit" Hunter King (Jordin) - With 28 acting credits, Hunter was last seen in The Professional Bridesmaid on Hallmark. She has also been in Hidden Gems and Nikki and Nora Sister Sleuths. Her biggest role however has been as Summer Newman on The Bold and the Beautiful from 2012 through 2022. Benjamin Hollingsworth (Liam) In addition to roles on Hallmark in Romance in Style and A Splash of Love, Hollingsworth's 42 acting credits including a lead role on all five seasons of Virgin River as well as 47 episodes of the hospital drama Code Black. Amy Groening (Ava) - with 34 acting credits Amy has been busy in Hallmark movies like Pumpkin Everything, We Wish You a Married Christmas and Snowkissed. She's also in this year's Miracle in Bethlehem, PA out later in the Countdown to Christmas season. Stephanie Sy (Stella) - Among her 60 acting credits include appearances on Hallmark's A Winter Getaway, Snowkissed, Project Christmas Wish, Christmas by Starlight, On the 12th Date of Christmas and Sweet Autumn (that's not even close to all of them.) Related Podcast Review: Girls Gone Hallmark reviews "Sweet Autumn" Dan De Jaeger (Mac) - with 19 acting credits, a role in Holiday Hotline later this Hallmark season will make 20! He's also appeared in Hannukah on Rye, Pumpkin Everything and A Christmas Cookie Catastrophe. Rodrigo Beilfus (Freddie) among his 12 acting credits include roles in Christmas by Starlight and Snowkissed, both starring his onscreen crush Stephanie Sy. Adam Hurtig (Ben) Adam's 72 acting credits also include C+Project Christmas Wish with Stephanie Sy, plus several CCB joints like A Shoe Addict's Christmas and Journey Back to Christmas. Erik Athavale (Dasher) Eric's 56 acting credits include an upcoming role in Holiday Hotline alongside Dan DeJaeger. Directed by: Jeff Beesley who has 34 directing credits include this season's Never Been Chris'd and the upcoming Miracle in Bethelehem, PA. Written by: Russell Hainline has just three writing credits, but they include last year's fan favorite In Merry Measure. What Christmas Movies Will Girls Gone Hallmark Review this Year
In this follow-up to last week's episode, Jim and John finish out their initial list of hidden, unsung RUCKUS features.Except, this week most of the features aren't really hidden, they just aren't talked about enough, or in the case of BeamFlex+, underappreciated.From BeamFlex to troubleshooting and more, listen in as the guys finish out their initial list of unsung RUCKUS features.To watch the presentation of Victor Shtrom and GT Hill (!!) click this link https://youtu.be/kcIkgyRGFQE?si=d6g9SsMMGKeDESdoTo listen to the very first RUCKCast episode about BeamFlex, check out this link here https://www.buzzsprout.com/867523/2706424-ruckcast-1-beamflex-beamforming-with-brian-stewartTo read the blog from Sharan Mahadevan on configuring Wi-Fi Calling click on this link https://wifidevan.wordpress.com/2020/09/14/how-to-setup-your-network-for-wi-fi-calling/To watch the video on SmartZone client troubleshooting, watch this YouTube video from RUCKUS Education https://youtu.be/Be6uddVktVU?si=CjB17VVVRHCZE0AmFind the RUCKUS SpeedFlex app for Android here and for Apple here.Read about the IoT story here.Did we miss something? Send us an email at email@example.com and let us know what we missed!
This week, we are recapping the Netflix comedy, "Old Dads" starring Bill Burr, Bobby Cannavale, and Bokeem Woodbine. (1:08) Hidden Gems (36:54): Miami Book Fair We are available on all podcasting platforms but please follow, rate, and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify apps. We greatly appreciate the support! Follow us on social media: IG: @recappinpodcast Twitter: @recappinpodcast FB: ReCappin' with Delora and Ashley Contact us: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch as Vincent and Jonny break down this heartwarming hidden gem from Jon Favreau! This movie stars Jon Favreau as Carl Casper, Sofia Vergara as Inez, Scarlett Johanson as Molly, John Leguizamo as Martin, RDJ as Marvin, and Emjay Anthony as Percy! Listen as Vincent and Jonny talk about cinematography, visual effects, cast, acting, plot, and more! Thanks for tuning into this episode! Thanks for tuning into this episode! To stay in touch with us, our linktree is below Linktree.com/Oneshotmoviepodcast Check out our merch store! oneshotmoviepodcast.net Use code CHEF for 15% off --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/oneshotmoviepodcast/support
From 'Another Dolphins Podcast' (subscribe here): The Miami Dolphins worked out Bubba Bolden, Dane Cruikshank, Colby Gossett, Wes Martin, A.J. Moore, and Andrew Norwell — three guards and three safeties as general manager Chris Grier continues looking for ways to improve the roster.The team recently signed wide receiver Anthony Schwartz to the practice squad — what will Grier's next move be?This clip originally aired on the podcast: Midweek with Marek: Diving into Wide Receiver Depth, Optimism for Turnover Ratio Reversal, and Chris Grier's Eternal Quest for AcornsAnother Dolphins Podcast is hosted by Joshua Houtz (@Houtz) and Jake Mendel (@JMendel94) with Marek Brave (@MBrave13) joining as a guest host. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Miami Dolphins worked out Bubba Bolden, Dane Cruikshank, Colby Gossett, Wes Martin, A.J. Moore, and Andrew Norwell — three guards and three safeties as general manager Chris Grier continues looking for ways to improve the roster. The team recently signed wide receiver Anthony Schwartz to the practice squad — what will Grier's next move be? This clip originally aired on the podcast: Midweek with Marek: Diving into Wide Receiver Depth, Optimism for Turnover Ratio Reversal, and Chris Grier's Eternal Quest for Acorns Another Dolphins Podcast is hosted by Joshua Houtz (@Houtz) and Jake Mendel (@JMendel94) with Marek Brave (@MBrave13) joining as a guest host. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Paul Adams CBC Reporter Brady Strachan brings us the latest on the closure of the Sterling Centre Walk-In Clinic, Vernon's last walk-in clinic today. We discuss the issue with Paul Adams, Executive Director BC Rural Health Network, and Kath Kitts, Communications Officer, BC Nurses' Union. In our second half, we check in with Victoria NDP MP Laurel Collins, who has introduced a private members' bill in Parliament to amend the Criminal Code to include controlling and coercive conduct. Then, we talk with Vancouver Island University professor of recreation and tourism Jenn Houtby-Ferguson about the internet hoopla over New Westminster being chosen as a prize destination on The Price is Right. She gives us her tips on New Westminster and other destinations in B.C. to visit, and we get your recommendations as well.
This week, we dive deep into the fascinating intersection of ethnocentrism, expat life, and the exhilarating world of unconventional travel. Colby Mayes, a seasoned expat and trailblazer in the realm of Colombian exploration, shares his captivating experiences of breaking cultural barriers while leading adventurous souls through lesser-known landscapes. Tune in as he unravels the complexities of ethnocentrism, shedding light on the challenges and triumphs of navigating a foreign culture.
Listen in as we welcome Brett J to Episode 222 of HBTC Live! We talk about Tobaccology in Part 3 of our Hidden Gem Series, and much more! Visit our website, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube Channel. #HBTCigar #HowBoutThatCigar #Cigars #PremiumCigars #CigarPodcast #CigarShow #HBTCLive #PremiumTobacco #CigarLife #CigarCulture #BOTL #SOTL #ISmokeCigars #BurnCigarsNotBridges
Kevin Markham joins the podcast to discuss the term 'Hidden Gems' in Irish golf, is it appropriate? Is it accurate? What makes a course a 'Hidden Gem'? And we list out 13 courses which we think fit this category and are well worth a visit. The courses we discuss are: Strandhill Scrabo Rathcore Fermoy Portarlington Mulranny North west Rosslare Portumna Spa golf club Cruit Island Rathcore Birr Laytown & Bettystown Let us know what you'd like us to cover more of this year and we'll do our absolute best to look after that for you! Your support and feedback is really important to us and helps us make the best content for you that we can! We have more new videos coming to our YouTube Channel soon, so please subscribe to our channel for something you have never seen before! If you have any thoughts or comments let us know and leave a review. Get in touch with us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bogeymenpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BogeyPod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3bYG9Ud9Vyy7Gfa6mrcaBAv
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Door County; https://bit.ly/3N0TU1cCampfire Conversation: Eric and Ana welcome Ramsay Plautz back into The Cabin for a hearty conversation on bushcrafting - that is, camping without all the creature comforts - in Wisconsin. Ramsay relates his previous experiences bushcrafting, where you only bring serious basics and travel as lightly as possible. He reiterates the four C's of bushcrafting we covered during summer episodes on this topic, but adapted for winter. When bushcrafting, you make your own shelter, hunt or forage for your food, and be one with nature as much as possible. Of course you'll need a survival kit attuned for winter, which is different from what you'd pack for summer. Ramsay covers those basics along with constructing the best shelter and winter foraging and hunting. We learn some interesting tidbits here, including the nutritional value of squirrels, pine cones, and more; getting and storing the best fresh water, which is actually much easier in snow-covered winter forests. You can use a number of natural items and tools in the forest, and Ramsay covers ways to make use of what is around you. He also covers some of the best places for true bushcrafting in winter and the best ways to stay safe, including monitoring and sensing weather conditions and how to handle animals - and anyone traveling with you. As a lone adventurer or with a group of friends, this episode helps winter campers truly test their skills when communing with nature - and it's coldest and sometimes least forgiving. Join us for some winter bushcrafting inspiration!Check out Ramsay's IG channel here: @northmen_bushcraft or https://www.instagram.com/northmen_bushcraftInside Sponsors:Best Western (Region #7 Northwest) - https://bit.ly/3zCCK3fWisconsin Counties Association - https://bit.ly/3ehxDHH
Nick is joined by fellow Reiner Knizia Enthusiasts, Scott and Jared, as they draft and discuss the B-Side games (underdogs, hidden gems, unsung newcomers, etc.) from Knizia's catalogue. Cast your vote (and enter the contest to win a free game) here.Join the Reiner Knizia Enthusiasts Discord Server here.Check out the Ultimate Reiner Knizia Ranked Tier List here.Preorder Cascadero and Cascadito here.
When you use a product or products for years, you take things for granted. Sometimes, you don't even realize that how you know how to do things? It's not the same for someone using a different platform...so when new folks start using new hardware...it's worth looking at some of those hidden gems. This is where Jim and John come in, with their 5th Stray Dog covering a few "unsung functionalities" within our RUCKUS controllers.And, this one was so good...it's going to spawn even more shows shedding a light on some lesser known, but very useful, tips and tricks!
Blueridge Guitar hidden gems! In today's episode we're discussing more under-the-radar guitars at Maury's Music. For one reason or another, we recognize that these guitars don't always get the attention they deserve. This is a list of those great Blueridge guitars that are easily overlooked - but shouldn't be. Sit back & relax as Maury & Spoon find out, as they get their Blueridge hidden gems chat on! This podcast features the conversation and opinions of musician T Spoon Phillips. A writer by trade, Spoon's longtime association with professional musicians, luthiers, and music historians affords him a richly unique perspective on all things acoustic guitar. This includes decades of close friendship with executives and employee at C. F. Martin & Company, past and present, and the host of this podcast, Maury Rutch of Maury's Music. Visit Spoon at http://TSPguitar.com AND at http://onemanz.com/ Check out Maury's Music at https://www.maurysmusic.com We're proud to be a premium online partner for Blueridge Guitars, and we'd love the chance to earn your business. Have a suggestion or request? E-mail us today at Support@MaurysMusic.com #martinguitar #tspoonphillips #blueridgeguitars
Political strategist Wade Cowper, managing partner for Hidden Gems Public Relations talks with journalist Josh Molina about public relations, local journalism and social media. Cowper has advised a variety of elected officials, including Kate Ford, Meagan Harmon, Alejandra Gutierrez, Gabe Escobedo and Virginia Alvarez. He was also managed James Joyce III's campaign that saw him surpass the incumbent mayor and land in second place for the mayoral seat. Cowper earlier this year branched off to form Hidden Gems Public Relations, where he advises nonprofit organizations on how to get their messages out. This is podcast full of humor, jokes and insider stories. Check it out. Make a contribution to support this podcast series by visiting www.santabarbaratalks.com. Molina writes for Noozhawk.com and teachers journalism part-time at Santa Barbara City College.
Recorded April 2, 2023 Splash of Cinema is back after graduations, a refreshing summer, new phases in life, and a summer that featured strikes from both SAG-AFTRA (Actors' Union) and WGA (Writers' Union), so it's probably best we took a break too. In honor of our return we bring you a fun episode from the vault with beloved guest Sam Rosevear (LB: srosevear) recorded after the 2023 Academy Awards. Listen in for our takes on some of the more notable and controversial films of the awards slate and, per usual, check in for our Hidden Gem of the Week, a far out Polish film! 0:25- Intro 1:20- HIDDEN GEM OF THE WEEK 11:26- "Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio" 20:17- "Triangle of Sadness" 30:31- "The Fabelmans" 41:55- "Tár" 1:02:38- "The Whale" 1:20:06- Wrap Up and "Succession" S4 Predictions 1:23:54- Outro
Join the Club! Ashley is sharing all about Fall Fun in Houston! Thank goodness for Brandi Smith, Digital Anchor at KHOU, for her finger on the pulse of all things Fall, H-Town style! You definitely don't want to miss this episode if you're interested in making this Fall one to remember! And be sure to follow Brandi on Instagram and check out her Hidden Gems segments that air every Thursday at 6pm! Told ya… she knows all the things! “Cream & Sugar” Recommendations: Ring in the holiday season at the annual Frostival event at Discovery Green! Ice skating, food trucks, performances and photo ops galore! Make sure to mark your calendar for November 10th at 6-10pm! Houston Moms “House Blend” Posts: Plan to have lots of energy on Turkey day? Want to burn off some steam or work up an appetite before the feast? Head over to Houston Moms' Houston Area Turkey Trots Guide to plan a quick run and lots of fun on Thanksgiving!
Episode #160 NFTs are Pamping Welcome to NerdFT Radio, your ultimate haven for all things nerdy, digital, and NFT-powered. In our latest episode, we dissect the recent surge in NFT prices, exploring the dynamics behind the market pump and its far-reaching implications. Join us as we unravel the intriguing move of a Bored Ape Yacht Club founder acquiring NFT grails from other projects, offering insights into the evolving landscape of NFT collectibles. In this episode, we bid adieu to the current season of Blur farming, examining the significance of its conclusion in the broader context of decentralized finance and NFTs. While Blur farming may be taking a temporary hiatus, we explore the broader implications and what the future may hold for this dynamic aspect of the NFT space. Looking ahead, we cast our gaze toward 2024 and the highly anticipated release of the Wanderers NFT game. Uncover the details of this upcoming gaming experience and the excitement it brings to the NFT gaming community. And, of course, we wrap up the episode with our signature nerd-out session, blending discussions on NFT market trends, project highlights, and good old-fashioned nerdy banter. Tune in to NerdFT Radio for your weekly dose of the latest in all things nerdy and NFT. 00:00 Introduction and Hosts 00:20 NFT Market Revival 00:52 Hidden Gems in the NFT Market 01:21 Impact of Digital Collectibles 02:12 Investment in NFT Projects 02:21 Market Movement Analysis 05:31 NFT Market Predictions 09:04 Blur Farming Discussion 11:58 Marketplace Dynamics 27:11 Upcoming NFT Games 31:10 Marvel and Disney Updates 35:10 Anime Recommendation Let us know what you think. Questions? Comments? https://twitter.com/NerdFTRadio Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/Crypto_Crier https://twitter.com/RedsoxguyEth Follow us on Instagram @NerdFT_Radio! DISCLAIMER: All of the information discussed in our podcast is for entertainment purposes only. As with any financial endeavor, do your own research. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nerdftradio/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nerdftradio/support
This week we recap “No Hard Feelings” starring Jennifer Lawrence available on Netflix (1:00) Hidden Gems (38:10): - Old Dads (Netflix) - The Woman In Me Britney Spears memoir - The Fall of the House of Usher (Netflix) - A Curse for True Love novel by Stephanie Garber We are available on all podcasting platforms but please follow, rate, and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify apps. We greatly appreciate the support! Follow us on social media: IG: @recappinpodcast Twitter: @recappinpodcast FB: reCappin' with Delora and Ashley Contact us: Email: email@example.com
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Crawford County; https://bit.ly/3PbkeonCampfire Conversation: Eric and Ana welcome Adam Wallace into The Cabin to discuss the many VFW Posts and Halls that you'll find all over the state, as well as the country. As State Adjutant for VFWs of Wisconsin, Mr. Wallace knows a thing or two about the history of these establishments and what they have to offer. We discuss how the Veterans of Foreign Wars posts were originally established in the wake of the first World War, how they function as a community resource for not only these veterans, but the entire community. We talk about how the posts get their numbers and names, the similarities and differences among them, how they relate with American Legion posts, how they serve as a gathering place and support center for veterans who have fought overseas, and how the general public is welcome. VFW Posts and Halls have great little bars in them with friendly patrons and fascinating history. Many offer a variety of menu options from their kitchen as well as event space that proves popular for everything from community meetings to wedding receptions. These VFWs across Wisconsin are part of a network across the nation and indeed the globe where these common themes are woven together. Adam, Ana, and Eric discuss some particular posts, sharing stories and stats that will help you notice the VFW posts and halls you see in your town and on your travels. Stop in and explore them when you have a chance!Find out more about the Wisconsin VFW here: https://vfwwi.org/di/vfw/v2/default.aspVFW Posts of Wisconsin directory with links, Google Map locations, and more:: https://vfwwi.org/di/vfw/v2/default.asp?pid=13797Find out more about the Unmet Needs Program here: https://vfwwi.org/di/vfw/v2/default.asp?pid=5646Inside Sponsors:Ho-Chunk Nation https://bit.ly/3l2CfruWashington County https://bit.ly/3qayJAL
“By trying to appeal to everyone, you appeal to no one,” writes Lisa Bragg. “Instead of broadcasting, think of narrowcasting.” The clue to today's conversation is in her name, an idea she grew up grappling with: to brag (or not). “Hidden gems” are often told to work in the background or “be so great they can't ignore you.” But the world is just too noisy for that now. Lisa is sharing how we can “shimmer with pride” gracefully, without veering into obnoxious braggadociousness (yes, I just made that word up). More About Lisa: Living with the name Bragg, Lisa has had to master the art and science of self promotion. She's seen when being too humble has cost international deals and when bragging right has unlocked opportunities leading to untold fortunes. Lisa helps high-achievers of all sorts to be seen, heard and share their value with the world. Her book, Bragging Rights: How to Talk about Your Work Using Purposeful Self Promotion, launched in May.
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Girls Gone Hallmark is the best podcast for Hallmark movie fans! Join Megan and Wendy as they dish out the deets on the heartwarming holiday flick from Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, "Ms. Christmas Comes to Town." Starring Erica Durance, Brennan Elliott, and Barbara Niven, this movie is definitely worth the watch. If you enjoy listening to Girls Gone Hallmark, we could definitely use your 5-star ratings and written reviews on your preferred podcast platform. Apple Podcast listeners: Use your phone's podcast app -> find the Girls Gone Hallmark show -> scroll all the way down to the review section -> tap 5 stars and tell listeners why Girls Gone Hallmark is your favorite Hallmark podcast. About "Ms. Christmas Comes to Town" Erica Durance (Amanda/Ms. Holiday) has 39 acting credits including "Unexpected Grace" and last year's "We Need a Little Christmas." Brenna Elliott (Travis/Mr. Winters) has 83 acting credits including 38 episodes as host Graham on "UnReal." He starred alongside Barbara Niven in "The Crossword Mysteries" series. Barbara Niven (Gale/Ms. Christmas) has 111 acting credits. She starred alongside Erica Durance in 2022's "North to Home." She has had many recurring roles on the Hallmark Channel including the "Evergreen" series, "Crossword Mysteries," "Hannah Swensen/Murder She Baked" and of course, "Chesapeake Shores." Related: Girls Gone Hallmark reviews the new Hannah Swensen mystery Mark Brandon plays James. He has 155 acting credits and to many Hallmark movies to count. He was in the most recent seasons of "When Calls the Heart" and "Firefly Lane" as well as last year's "Inventing the Christmas Prince" and "Fit for Christmas" with Amanda Kloots. He was also in one episode of "UnReal" with co-star Brennan Elliott. Chris Gauthier (Murray) is well known to us as Todd from his work on "Date My Dad." He has 104 acting credits and is known in the Hallmark universe from his appearances in "Retreat to You," "Three Wise Men and a Baby," "Christmas House" and "Christmas House 2." Judith Maxie plays Elizabeth. She has 101 acting credits and was in "Game of Love" with director Jason Bourque. The writer of this film is Brooke Durham. She has 15 other writing credits including "The Royal Nanny" and "Hidden Gems." Related: Girls Gone Hallmark reviews "The Royal Nanny" from 2022. "Ms. Christmas Comes to Town" was directed by Jason Bourque. He has 55 other directing credits including "A World Record Christmas" debuting later in the 2023 season. He is also in pre-production of "Whitewater Romance" written by Julianna Wimbles. This movie was filmed in Vancouver in late May and early June, likely to get ahead of the strike. What Christmas Movies Will Girls Gone Hallmark Review this Year?
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Vernon County; https://bit.ly/34JWV1ZThe Cabin is also presented by Jolly Good Soda, where we get a chance to talk with Nicole from Jolly Good about the latest happenings. Jolly Good is available in all your classic favorite flavors that we remember from childhood. The diet line offers 0 calories, 0 carbs, 0 sugars, and no caffeine – perfect for mixers or just enjoying on a warm summer day (or any day, for that matter); always Wisconsin-based, you can follow @jollygoodsoda on social for the latest on new flavors, fun promotions, and more. Learn more here; https://bit.ly/3TSFYY4 Campfire Conversation: Eric and Ana welcome “Brick” into The Cabin to talk terrifying haunts for Halloween across Wisconsin. These are places rumored - and as far as some people are concerned, verified - to be haunted with some crazy and unexplained things that happen. Places like the Bloody Bride Bridge in Stevens Point - can you guess the stories behind that one? The legendary Summerwind Mansion - or what's left of it - deep in the North Woods has had numerous reports of hauntings and more ever since its construction, the mysterious fire, and the aftermath ever since. Cemeteries are always rife with haunting rumors, and the Dartford Cemetery in Green Lake has a special reputation that Brick discusses. Similar for Sanitarium Hill in Madison, with plenty of history that just might freak you out. Milwaukee's Ambassador Hotel has long been rumored to be haunted, as is Shaker's Cigar Bar in Walker's Point, which gives ghost tours. Manitowoc, home of Windigo Fest, has a major World War II-era submarine called the USS Cobia in the water and plenty of hauntings have been reported on the sub, where people can still spend the night. In Marinette County, McClintock County Park near Silver Cliff gives you an outdoor area to explore and make yourself vulnerable, while on the Door Peninsula the Institute Saloon lets you raise a glass of beer with the ghosts that hang out there. And the legend of the Mabel Tainter Theater in Menomonie is just not for elegant beauty in its architecture and staging wonderful shows; it, like many theaters, has some spooky stuff happening when the curtain is down. We discuss all of these and more in Haunted Wisconsin on the episode of The Cabin. Inside Sponsors:Best Western Hotels: https://bit.ly/3zCCK3fMarshfield Clinic: https://bit.ly/3Wj6pYj
Scares are aplenty in this year's special Halloween edition of Hidden Gems! Will poor Dean survive a night at the Kurtz's? Will Jason and Cameron do better on Chris' torturous Halloween-themed trivia game show? And, most importantly, will we find any more gems? Join your hosts Chris Alley, Jason Yanchuleff, Bill Arney and Cameron Lockey as they bring you three fresh reviews of unusual, forgotten, and under-appreciated Halloween-themed games in this 2023 episode of Hidden Gems!FEATURED GAMES:00:00:00 Sketch: Chapter I - "All Little Boys Should Have A Mother"00:04:34 Intro & Banter00:34:29 Halloween Trivia Game Show00:49:17 Sketch: Chapter II - "The Mind Can Become Quite Disturbed"00:56:28 Poison01:18:41 Sketch: Chapter III - "The Unsettling Feeling That Something Is Wrong"01:25:26 Grave Business01:54:23 Sketch: Chapter IV - "What It's Like To Feed"01:59:55 The BanishedBGG GEEK LIST:https://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/289922/hidden-gems-podcast-game-ratingsSTORY CREDITS (Sketch):"B Is For Bogeywoman": Iain Rob Wright (with permission)MUSIC & SOUND EFFECTS - courtesy of https://epidemicsound.comB Is For Bogeywoman Score: "Special Treatment" - Moss Harma "A Little Nightmare" - Spectacles Wallet and Watch "Antagonist" - Spectacles Wallet and Watch "Bad Dreams" - Mary Riddle "Cold Nights" - Kikoru "Colossal Terror" - Jon Björk "Death Chimes" - Jon Bjork "Deathwish Attic" - Experia "Hours" - Max Anson "It's Dark Outside" - Mary Riddle "Little Susie" - Hampus Naeselius "Murder in the Dark" - Jon Bjork "No One Sleeps Tonight" - Leimoti "Scary Stairsteps" - Stationary Sign "Shivers in the Shadows" - Victor Lundberg "Someone There?" - Victor Lundberg "Tearing Threads" - Jon Bjork "The Cost of Fear" - Jon Bjork "They Vanished" - Jon Bjork "Twilight Song" - Jon Bjork "You're Not Hiding Very Well" - Trevor KowalskiHidden Gems Intro Theme - "Spooky Gems", Travis Lockey, Royalty FreeGame Show Theme - "Spooky Game Show", Travis Lockey, Royalty FreePoison - "Way Past Bedtime", Stationary SignGrave Business - "Tales From the Grave", Christoffer Moe DitlevsenThe Banished - "Path to the Abyss", Christoffer Moe DitlevseSound Effects credits available on our websiteFOLLOW US:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: https://hiddengems.gamesPatreon: https://patreon.com/hiddengemspodcastInstagram: @hiddengems.gamesFacebook: @hiddengemsboardgamepodcastTwitter: @hiddengemsboardYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR8wU2vjV2RJ7C6iRuq2WcABGG Guild #: 3874Discord: https://discord.gg/hcvThGfjHidden Gems: A Board Game Podcast was produced and edited by Chris Alley, Cameron Lockey, and Jason Yanchuleff in Raleigh, NC.
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Clark County; https://www.wicounties.org/counties/clark-county/The Cabin is also presented by Jolly Good Soda, available in all your classic favorite flavors that we remember from childhood. The diet line offers 0 calories, 0 carbs, 0 sugars, and no caffeine – perfect for mixers or just enjoying on a warm summer day (or any day, for that matter); always Wisconsin-based, you can follow @jollygoodsoda on social for the latest on new flavors, fun promotions, and more. Learn more here; https://bit.ly/3TSFYY4 Campfire Conversation: Eric and Ana preview Halloween with the last big batch of events leading up to the holiday. Some celebrate the holiday with a bar crawl, which is as Wisconsin as it gets. Milwaukee is home to the “Milwaukee Official Halloween Bar Crawl” which features a multi-day pass to multiple venues in the city with drink specials, costume contests, “ghostly cocktails” and more. Multiple cities and towns across the state are having similar crawls, so check for one near you! Meanwhile, cities on Lake Winnebago have a lot of these events. At the bottom, Fond du Lac's Witherell House – an old house built in 1853 – is filled with haunting stories and history and you can visit and experience some of that for yourself. Up in Oshkosh, the Grand Opera House offers ghost tours. The lovely building dates back to 1883 but like many performance venues, stories of hauntings and strange happenings abound; the Grand Oshkosh Haunted Happenings Ghost Tour will take you behind the scenes. Just north of there in Neenah, you can attend the Burial Chamber, where you can spend the night at a complex of haunted houses – and with opportunities like the “Trapped & Buried Alive Experience,” there's a good chance you'll get freaked out. Meanwhile to the east, Road America between Plymouth and Elkhart Lake hosts Wisconsin Fear Fest through Sunday the 29th with three terrifying haunted houses amidst the world-renown race track grounds. Over in Sheboygan, the Dominion of Terror is run by the local Jaycees and they know how to terrorize you in a haunted house with over 20 rooms; you can also check out a 45 minute escape room. Meanwhile down in Hartford, Terror on Rural Street is open one more time this weekend with a 17-room haunted house and over 30 actors bent on giving you a hair-raising experience – it's one of the highest-rated haunted houses in the country! For an outdoor experience, you can check out the Little Park of Horrors in Menomonee Falls where you navigate a course in Old Falls Village Park outside, in the dark, and you have to be 13 or older to even try it. For an indoor experience designed to freak you out, it's always wild at Ripley's Believe It Or Not! in downtown Wisconsin Dells. It offers over 200 ghoulish artifacts including cannibal skulls, two-headed calves, and the mummified head of a real serial killer – who some say haunts the building. Finally, if you want a moving experience (for real), the East Troy Railroad offers haunted dinner trains – and the Osceola Express in northwestern Wisconsin has rides too, more about pumpkins than hauntings – or is it?? Check these out for a wild experience as we approach Halloween! Inside Sponsors:Washington County: https://bit.ly/3qayJALMarshfield Clinic: https://bit.ly/3Wj6pYj