For Drew's Brews today, we prepare for a huge Oktoberfest celebration next weekend at one of my favorite Chicagoland breweries of all time! Everything about them: the owner, the vibe, the pours. The fact that they have their own brewery dog named Hopper, who not only has his own Instagram page, but is also the friendliest, cuddliest big dog you've ever met? Today, we're lovin' on Seedz Brewery in Union Pier, MI >>>
Chris and J.P. recap the home opener against New England and problems they see with the Pittsburgh offense. The guys preview Thursday night's game against division rival Cleveland. J.P. makes his five picks for the week."Thanks for listening!"All things Poor Man's Podcast:https://linktr.ee/Poormanspodcasthttp://poormanspod.podomatic.net/
In the most recent edition of CrossFit's Hopper e-mail that discusses judging, along with off-season competitions underway -- we thought it was time to circle back to the conversation of standards. Morning Chalk Up's Lauren Kalil sits down with Brian Friend and Chase Ingraham to discuss which type of off-season competitions should be considered an opportunity to "practice" judging and some possible solutions to better streamline communication and standards across the board.Whoop Discount Link: https://join.whoop.com/MorningChalkUpShow Breakdown:1:05 - Are off-season competitions "practice" for judges3:51 - CrossFit licensed events versus non-licensed events7:00 - Who decides judging rules9:30 - Daily athlete briefings13:30 - Standards book15:10 - Bottom Line
Is it a good idea to DM your recently dumped Instagram model mistress to ask if it's OK if you and your supermodel pregnant wife name your baby after her? No, and while you didn't need to be told that, Adam Levine of aggressively mediocre elevator band Maroon 5 fame apparently did. Other things you probably don't need to be told: don't get leg-lengthening surgery (ladies love a short king!), don't get your sex education from 2 Girls 1 Cup, and don't sleep on Wisconsin, the most premium vacation destination in our great nation. Feat. Huddy of “All the Things I Hate About You” fame, who finally reveals to the olds what a “homie hopper” is (Adam Levine could relate!) and shares that he dropped the Lil from his name to share the rawest, most real version of himself. Same, king! Also featuring an extremely impassioned synopsis of the Diane Keaton body swap comedy “Mack and Rita,” a film so bad that it gave Brittany COVID.Links referenced in this episode: https://www.tiktok.com/@leamichele/video/7144759304476773678?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1&lang=en https://www.gq.com/story/leg-lengtheninghttps://jezebel.com/stories-about-my-brother-1835651181 https://www.tiktok.com/@sumnerstroh/video/7145094095915240750?_r=1&_t=8Voo2USJcF9&is_from_webapp=v1&item_id=7145094095915240750 > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRTEAmq5c2A https://www.inlander.com/spokane/no-idaho-schools-are-not-teaching-porn-literacy/Content?oid=24569006 https://www.tiktok.com/@georgejapan02/video/7142919408476802305?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1&refer=embed&referer_url= https%3A%2F%2Fcdn.embedly.com%2F&referer_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.usatodaynetworkservice.com%2F&referer_video_id=7142919408476802305 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Title: Toot Your Horn: Show Off Your Library This Year (with Blake Hopper)! Summary: Tooting your own horn can seem like a bad thing, but in fact, it is a good thing. Join Shannon McClintock Miller, as she talks to Blake Hopper about ways to show off your library this year. Guest Name: Blake HopperGuest Social Media: FB and Instagram @travelingguybrarian and Twitter @pvslibrarian Guest Work Information: School librarian in a primary school in Tennessee. Past President of the Tennessee Association of School Librarians and Past AASL Chapter Assembly ChairFuture Ready Schools Website: https://all4ed.org/future-ready-schools/Twitter: @FutureReady, @ShannonMMillerInstagram: @FutureReadySchools, @ShannonMMillerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/FutureReadySchoolsFuture Ready Schools is a registered trademark of All4Ed, located in Washington, D.C. #FutureReady
Claiming Canada's place on the global stage Hopper is the fastest growing travel app in the world, ahead of Expedia and booking.com, and has even surpassed Airbnb as the market share leader for active users. OMERS Ventures is one of Canada's most successful venture capital firms with around $2B in assets and a global portfolio of more than 60 early-stage tech startups. Join Damien Steel, Global Head of Ventures and Managing Partner at OMERS Ventures, in conversation with Fred Lalonde, Hopper's Co-founder and CEO. The two will discuss how venture investing has changed over the last decade (when OMERS Ventures was one of Hopper's earliest backers), to how Hopper survived the travel industry meltdown brought on by the pandemic and has reinvented itself as a financial services company. The two will also cover the outlook for VC-backed businesses given the current economic climate.
Brothers Phil & Warren are joined by actor & producer John Byers at the Safari Inn for a deep dive into Quentin Tarantino's first screenplay, the romantic crime drama “True Romance.” Topics include: the evolution of the script & Tony Scott's approach (8:30), stars of the picture (25:15), stats & accolades (38:10), best scenes & lines (46:45), Judge Bob's recasting court (1:12:50), and the film's legacy & lore (1:37:30), plus much more.
Grace Hopper foi uma cientista da computação, almirante e analista de sistemas da Marinha dos Estados Unidos. Atende por apelidos como “Rainha da Computação” e “Grande Dama do Software”. Ela nasceu em 1906, em Nova Iorque. Interessada por ciências exatas desde sempre, Hopper se formou em Matemática e Física, e se tornou PhD em Matemática pela Universidade de Yale. Na década de 40, trabalhou no Laboratório de Computação da Harvard. Depois, passou para uma empresa e participou do desenvolvimento do primeiro computador projetado para uso comercial fabricado e comercializado nos EUA. Grace Hopper se consagrou como cientista da computação, trabalhando para a Marinha norte-americana na década de 50, quando mulheres “ficavam em casa". Foi pioneira no desenvolvimento da linguagem de programação orientada para o processamento de banco de dados comercial mais usada até os dias de hoje. Em 1973, Hopper foi nomeada capitã da Marinha dos Estados Unidos. Honrada 40 vezes como doutor honoris causa, Grace Hopper recebeu inúmeros prêmios e homenagens em vida. Postumamente, em 1998, um navio da Marinha foi batizado em sua homenagem: o USS Hopper foi uma das poucas embarcações nomeadas em reverência a uma mulher. Grace Hopper faleceu em 1992, aos 85 anos.
In Western cultures, most of us get the heebie-jeebies when we see bugs, but in most countries around the world, insects are routinely eaten and even enjoyed. This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we talk about insects as food, the benefits they have on our environment, and what are Hopper Pockets and how can we get some?
0:20 | It's Pierre Poilievre vs. the Mainstream Media...at least that's what the new Conservative leader wants you to believe. Ryan opens the show with a look at yesterday's dust-up between Poilievre and national political correspondent David Akin. 14:41 | Could the combative tone set by Poilievre through his campaign, and early in his tenure as leader, wind up biting the Conservative Party? Was David Akin out of line for speaking out at Poilievre's news conference on Tuesday? National Post columnist Tristin Hopper checks in. 38:46 | There are global forces at play, in analyzing the evolution of Conservative politics in the US, Canada, and elsewhere. Author, political analyst, and podcaster Jared Yates Sexton takes us into his new book The Midnight Kingdom: A History of Power, Paranoia, and the Coming Crisis. Don't miss this expose into how white supremacist lies, religious mythologies, and poisonous conspiracy theories built the modern world and threaten to plunge us into an authoritarian nightmare. CHECK OUT JARED'S WORK: https://www.amazon.com/Jared-Yates-Sexton/e/B00B50IHYK%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share 1:09:47 | "Mark my words." Real Talker Ron says he's convinced Pierre Poilievre is the next Prime Minister of Canada...but he's not exactly thrilled about "the Conservatives as they currently stand". Ryan reads Ron's email to email@example.com. 1:06:28 | The Chetamon Mountain wildfire isn't threatening any communities at this time, but authorities are still advising against travel to Jasper at this time. We have the latest update in this week's edition of #MyJasper Memories. STAY ON TOP OF CHETAMON WILDFIRE NEWS: https://www.jasper.travel/realtalk/ WEBSITE: https://ryanjespersen.com/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RealTalkRJ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/RealTalkRJ/ TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@realtalkrj The views and opinions expressed in this show are those of the host and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Relay Communications Group Inc. or any affiliates.
"Are you truly concerned about the quality of life of the citizens of Memphis and Shelby County?" That might sound harsh, but I don't think so. Of course, everyone is upset, hurt, angry and scared, but what are we/you/all of us going to do about it this time? If it's like all the other times things similar to this have happened, nothing will change. Our leaders will say all the right things for a little while, but then as usual, time goes on and it's not that people forget, but they just move past it and on with their lives. That is, of course, until it happens again, and then again. We also would like this to reach as many people as possible and are asking any of our friends who are comfortable to please share this. We believe that if enough of us are "truly concerned" and sick and tired of this happening in our city, we can come together and do something positive about it. Thank you. Mike Williams, Sherrie Hopper, Amy Speropoulos and Michael Zellner
Jayson Hopper is coming off his best career finish at the CrossFit Games in 2022. He took 7th overall in August in his second trip to Madison. Hopper talks with Tommy Marquez about his experience at the Games this year, the differences between his first and second appearances in Madison, the mental challenges he faced during the compeititon and the moments from the Games that stand out the most to him.
In this episode, it's all about Intersectionality. Joining host Ben Cameron are T. Oliver Reid (Hadestown, Mary Poppins, Thoroughly Modern Millie), Nick Burroughs (Tina: The Tina Turner Musical), LaQuet Sharnell (Mrs. Doubtfire, The Lion King), and Antwayn Hopper (A Strange Loop). Ben and the guests have an insightful discussion about being black and queer on Broadway, equity, and much more! Want more Broadway Cast? Want access to bonus episodes? Want to have your questions asked on our show? We can make all of those dreams (and more) come true! CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR PATREON Follow us @TheBroadwayCast on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, YouTube and TwitterSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for –Tuesday, September 13th 2022— —Here are 3 big things you need to know— One — Airfare this holiday season is expected to be the most expensive it's been in five years. That's according to fare-tracker Hopper. It found the average domestic airfare for Thanksgiving roundtrips is 350-dollars, which is a 22-percent increase when compared to 2019. Two— The Detroit Tigers have set a record they would not have wanted to set. The Tigers lost to the Houston Astros 7-0 at home Monday, their 21st shutout loss of the year. Detroit has also played their last 21 innings without scoring a run. The previous franchise record for shutout losses, 20, was set in 1975. And number three— A Twitter whistleblower will testify today before a Senate panel. He'll answer questions from members of the Judiciary Committee. Twitter's former security chief claimed the social media company has major security shortcomings that threaten privacy on the platform and national security.
Episode 7 The Hopper Road MurdersOn December 9, 2006, 34-year-old Curtis Francis and 30-year-old Jennifer Burgette were shot to death as they slept in their bed in the home they shared on Hopper Road in Piketon, Ohio.Despite potential motives, and witnesses who pointed out obvious suspects, the case remains unsolved. The possible murder weapons and other evidence may have been located in a well on a suspect's property, but police efforts to recover the evidence from the well have proved fruitless, further frustrating the victim's families. The case has been side tracked by local police cooperation and ineffectiveness, and overshadowed to a great extent by the high profile case of the Rhoden Family murders, AKA 'The Piketon Massacre'.In this effort, the team is joined by Curtis's cousin Angie who has spent countless hours trying to get justice for Curtis and Jennifer. She discusses the hurdles and roadblocks that she has encountered, and walks us through the problems that have plagued this case since the very beginning. Anyone with details on the murders of Curtis Frances and Jennifer Burgette is asked to call the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation at 855-BCI-OHIO (855-224-6446) or submit a tip via the Attorney General's website- https://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Law-Enforcement/Local-Law-Enforcement/Cold-CaseVisit the Facebook page about the case:https://www.facebook.com/justiceforcurtandjennyTo find out how to join us live as we record each new episode of Citizen Detective, follow us on Social Media.Twitter- https://twitter.com/CitizenDPodFacebook Home Page- https://www.facebook.com/CitizenDetectivePodcastFacebook Discussion group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/233261280919915Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/citizendpod/?hl=enYoutube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSgvqIuf4-sEF2aDdNGip2wTo support this podcast on Patreon and gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and our after-show 'The Scrum' visit Patreon.com/CitizenDetective Continue the conversation about this case with fellow Citizen Detectives over at Websleuths: https://www.websleuths.com/forums/forums/citizen-detective-true-crime-podcast.719/The Citizen Detective team includes:Co-Hosts- Mike Morford, Alex Ralph, and Dr. Lee MellorWriting and Research- Alex RalphTechnical Producer- Andrew GrayProduction Assistant- Ashley Monroe
The TRADIO crew returns for another year of rumours, analysis and innuendo. Lekdog, Damo & Patch scour the depths of the internet for the hottest AFL trade takes and the most delicious Supercoach analysis you could imagine...for the off season. Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code JOCK at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Time codes: 02:15 - MANSCAPED 04:15 - Vibes heading into the AFL Trade Period 06:00 - Confirmed player movements 06:15 - Karl Amon to Hawthorn 07:06 - Isaac Rankine requests trade to Crows 08:24 - Aaron Francis wants out 10:15 - Taranto and Hopper to the Tigers 12:40 - Junior Rioli to Port Adelaide 14:30 - Retirements and delistings to date 15:00 - Will Liam Stocker be Supercoach relevant? 17:10 - David Mundy was clutch 20:00 - Matthew Parker might have suitors 22:00 - What trades are we looking forward to most? 25:30 - Reviewing community mega-trades
Tom Browne gave us all the latest news in the footy world, including the latest on Joe Daniher, Richmond's massive trade coup getting Jacob Hopper and Tim Taranto, the role Dustin Martin played in getting Hopper over the line, and the latest selection news ahead of the semi finals.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ellington Williams and Thomas Stroud sit and talk with CrossFit Games 7th Fittest Man in the World, Jayson Hopper. Jayson Hopper: https://www.instagram.com/jhopper3/ Media Management Company: www.kingsandqueenspro.co Instagram Handles Podcast: @lifeasbelievers Ellington: @lifeof_el Thomas: @_thomasstroud_ Kings and Queens Productions: @kingsandqueenspro TikTok Handles Ellington: @ellingtonwilliams Thomas: @_thomasstroud_ Emails Kings and Queens Production: firstname.lastname@example.org --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/life-as-believers/support
Kat Graham and Tom Hopper stopped to discuss their latest Netflix film, Love in The Villa. Both Graham and Hopper connected to the script instantly and knew they wanted to be a part of it before even auditioning -- adding the humor and structure of the film pulled them in. The two also discuss what it was like filming the prank scenes with one another, talking about some of the best moments -- along with what they learned, their favorite wine, and why fans should see this film. Host: Monica Gleberman Editor: Polina Jdanova Social Media Graphic: Jojo -- Synopsis: A young woman takes a trip to romantic Verona, Italy, after a breakup, only to find that the villa she reserved was double-booked, and she'll have to share her vacation with a cynical British man. *Love in The Villa is currently streaming on Netflix. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @SilenceonSet and on Instagram @SilenceonSetPod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/silence-on-set/support
On today's episode Hopper speaks with Tulare County Supervisor Amy Shuklian. She talks about the progress that has been made, and IS being made, for Tulare county's Homelessness & More.
In today's episode, Christopher Hopper returns to the show. We discuss the impact of the current global economy on the Salesforce market, whether there is hesitancy to move roles from candidates, if contract is riskier than permanent employment and we also cover a range of other topics. For Chris' insight and observations on the Salesforce market, we recommend that you follow him on his Linkedin page.
Tom Browne was back after a massive weekend of footy! He reported the latest on Christian Petracca and the growing injury ward at Melbourne, Craig McRae's post game comments, Trent Cotchin getting a contract extension and plenty of trade news involving the likes of Taranto, Hopper, Dow, Setterfield, Bruhn & more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you have traveled at all lately, you know that the industry needs a reboot and Jeff Katz is trying to do just that. Having rebooted the travel space as founding chairman and CEO of Orbitz, he is looking to do it again as the CEO of Journera, a travel technology company recognized as one of the most innovative travel companies, offering real-time, complete views of a traveler's journey. With a fresh round of capital from A16z, B Capital Group, BCG and PAR Capital, Journea is creating a new category in the connected tissue between travelers and travel companies. Frequent travelers know that the sector could use more innovation like what AI powered companies Hopper and Journera are delivering, so I invited Jeff to join me for an episode of The Reboot Chronicles to see what's next. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rebootchronicles/message
Pixar's A Bug's Life is not just a kids movie -- It's a kids movie with an underlying message of a colony of ants reaching class consciousness and overthrowing their grasshopper oppressors. SmirkGently joins me again to discuss how the ants, led by Flick, are able to understand their true worth and stand up to Hopper and the grasshoppers.
We have a great show for you this week. We are joined by comedian Chrissy Costa. Chrissy talks about stand up, Myspace, comedy writing and not using Twitter. Chris, Chey, and Cheech each taste and review a local PUMPKIN beer. Stuff to Do in Pittsburgh gives us the best events around the city in their weekend guide. Chris discusses the history of a popular cereal and interesting pop culture references. All things Poor Man's Podcast:https://linktr.ee/Poormanspodcasthttp://poormanspod.podomatic.net/Stuff to Do in Pittsburgh's Weekend Guidehttps://www.unation.com/stuff-to-do/things-to-do-in-pittsburgh-weekend-guide/
Fat Rabbit bakery owner Ellyn Hopper transitioned from working for others in Richmond to becoming a full-time business owner near the beginning of the pandemic in 2020. "I had been doing wedding cakes along the side of working a full-time baking job for other companies," Hopper, who previously worked at Richmond spots like WPA Bakery and Stella's Market, said. "When the pandemic hit, I was less comfortable working in a huge kitchen setting. So I pulled back and I decided to invest a little bit more in Fat Rabbit, and it just seemed to work." In the early months of the pandemic, Hopper was baking out of her home kitchen and making cake deliveries all over town. "There were some days where I was making 10 to 15 deliveries daily, of different orders," she said about the early days of her business. "I just got into this weird little at-home rhythm where I'd wake up really early, bake like crazy, and then around 4 p.m. just head out and drive to people's houses and drop off." "I think the time was right. People were home. They wanted comfort food and things that were going to make them feel happy." Fast forward two years and Hopper has opened a standalone Fat Rabbit bakery in the Church Hill/Union Hill neighborhood. The Venable Street bakery's soft opening earlier this summer created long lines down the block. "It was personally one of the best days of my life. The neighborhood came out. Richmond came out to support us. We open the doors to a line down the block. We planned to be open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and I think we sold out by 11. So it was really quite an incredible day," Hopper said. "I haven't fully wrapped my head around it yet just how wonderful it was. We felt so much support from neighbors all over." We hope you enjoy this episode of Eat It, Virginia! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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On this Salcedo Storm Podcast:Chris Hopper is the president of the Texas Family Project. He was a student pastor for 20 years and was dedicated to saving souls, not being politically involved. Now, he travels the Lone Star State waking people up to the fact that slick talking politicians aren't the answer, but an army of engaged parents is!
We talk a lot about Steve Jobs in this and pitch a movie about soaps. It's a real tear jerker, unlike Johnson and Johnson products! This is the deleted scenes for episode 392, it might be worth listening to that before you listen to this. Or do what you want, we're not the Hopper from the Stranger Thing!
We have a great show this week. We're joined by comedian Senneca Stone and Michelle of Pittsburgh Foodie Girl. The gang each taste and review a local beer. Michelle reviews Sullivan's Steakhouse and then ranks her top wings in Pittsburgh. Stuff to Do in Pittsburgh gives us the best events around Pittsburgh. Then we talk to Senneca about stand up, the mechanics of making a joke, working hard, and therapy. Other topics discussed: Celery strings, chicken wing price gouging, shark attacks"Thanks for listening!"Beers of the week:Chris: "Eternal Vigilance" from Ever GrainChey: "Lemon Iced Tea Sour" from Mindful BrewingMichelle: "Golden Ale" from Grist HouseSenneca: "Miller Lite" from Miller Brewing CompanyAll things Poor Man's Podcast:https://linktr.ee/Poormanspodcasthttp://poormanspod.podomatic.net/Stuff to Do in Pittsburgh:https://www.unation.com/stuff-to-do/things-to-do-in-pittsburgh-weekend-guide/
We have a great show for you this week. Chris and Cheech begin the show talking about some of the awesome food and beer from D's Six Pax and Dogz. Chris talks about receiving a phone call this past week regarding a warrant out for him. The guys start a new segment called “Search History” where they discuss strange topics Chris searched during the week. Stuff to Do in Pittsburgh tells us about the best events around Pittsburgh in their “Weekend Guide.” Click through their link for more info. In the second half, we are joined by comedian Matty Malloy. We talk about stand up, what makes a good drag performer and his experience with Burgh Bus (plus more Grandpa Joe hate). We also discuss Harpy eagle, making friends with crows, and Scar's real name. ⚫️Beers of the Week:Chris: “Haze Frehley” from Levity Brewing CoCheech: “Tentacle Horizon” from Grist HouseTune in next week for comedian Senneca Stone and Michelle from Pittsburgh Foodie Girls. Michelle will review the best wings around Pittsburgh.⚫️⚪️All things Poor Man's Podcast:https://linktr.ee/Poormanspodcasthttp://poormanspod.podomatic.net/D's Six Pax and Dogzhttps://ds6pax.comSuff to Do in Pittsburgh's Weekend Guidehttps://www.unation.com/stuff-to-do/things-to-do-in-pittsburgh-weekend-guide/
Is it way too early for a Season Five preview? Probably. But a few questions linger that warrant consideration: Will's connection to the Upside Down, Hopper's relevancy, and what time is the Pajama Jammi Jam? Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the discussion: email@example.com | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Instagram | LeDonneBooks.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices