After seeing last week's episode summary that acknowledged the strange timing of women's reproductive health being threatened on the same week we celebrate Mother's Day, a friend shared Heather Cox Richardson's newsletter written on the eve of Mother's Day. I felt compelled to share the history of the original Mothers' Day and Julia Ward Howe's conviction that women must make their voices heard. May we all continue to promote women's right to have a say in American government. May we honor Howe's strong belief that women, as mothers, have a special role to perform in the world. May the mothers of mankind have the courage to interfere in the madness. May I, and all mothers, continue to teach our children charity, mercy, and patience. May I and all mothers, be too tender of those of another country to allow our children to be trained to injure people from another country. May Mama Bears throughout the world be inspired by Julia Ward Howe's devotion to creating the next great development in human history, a lasting Women's Peace Movement! Enjoy the podcast! Links: Heather Cox Richardson/Substack Letters From An American/May 7, 2022 Wikipedia/HCR HCR on Twitter
In an episode first aired May 9, 2022: DJ Andrew Sandoval presents a very special interview with producer, composer and recording engineeer, Bones Howe. Sandoval and Howe talk of his studio work in the 1960's with such artists as the Everly Brothers, Barry McGuire, the Mama's & The Papa's, Jan & Dean, P.F. Sloan & Steve Barri, Lou Adler, the Grass Roots, the Turtles, the 5th Dimension, Warren Zevon, Lyme & Cybelle, the Everpresent Fullness, the Association, the Sundowners and the Monkees. Playing Howe's wonderfully engineered creations, they also cover Bones' use of legendary studios like Radio Recorders, United & Western as well as his production techniques.
As mentioned in previous episodes, Anthony Collins is in contention for holding the heavyweight champ title of the ECHL. From the BCHL, SPHL to currently playing in the ECHL. Anthony does not stray from dropping the gloves and has taken on some great fighters to include Howe, Crunk, Hand, Hunt, Neuber, and even NHLer Darryl Bootland! Take a stroll through the career of Anthony Collins and see what the future holds for where he may end up next year! FOLLOW THE POD AND SIXPACK! SixPack: https://www.sixpackcoverage.com/ SixPack Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCBqG8-6EZm3_lpRaxfLwvw FOLLOW THE POD! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJc2KZ2MF68_cm0Zuv7L8Nw Twitter: https://twitter.com/5ForFightingPod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FiveForFightingPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fiveforfightingpod/?hl=en
This episode was recorded by my friend Rebecca Howe Russell, I hope you enjoy it! Rebecca shares a few concepts with us today! She talks about having compassion for ourselves, trusting ourselves & trusting our intuition. Join us in Woman Up here!
By Davy Crockett You can read, listen, or watch In 1878, Daniel O'Leary of Chicago was the undisputed world champion of ultrarunning/pedestrianism. He cemented that title with his victory in the First International Astley Belt Six-day Race in London, defeating seventeen others, running and walking 520.2 miles. The Astley Belt quickly became the most sought-after trophy in ultrarunning. O'Leary was then the most famous runner in America and Great Britain, pushing aside the fleeting memory of Edward Payson Weston. As with any championship, want-a-be contenders came out of the woodwork. They coveted the shiny, heavy, gold and silver Astley Belt and wanted to see their own names engraved upon it. But more than anything, they also wanted the riches and the fame from adoring fans of the new endurance sport which was about to experience an explosion of popularity in both England and America. Please help the ultrarunning history effort continue by signing up to contribute a little each month through Patreon. Visit https://www.patreon.com/ultrarunninghistory Challenger: William Howes William Howes On the same day of O'Leary's Astley Belt six-day victory, he received a challenge for the belt from William Howes (1839-), age 39, a waiter from Haggerston, England. Howes had been a very vocal critic of the Americans, O'Leary and Weston. He must have looked old because he was referred to as being “rather advanced in years.” He was 5'4” and had competed in running for many years. Back in December 1876, O'Leary had experienced the first pedestrian defeat of his career against Howes in a 300-mile 72-hour race when O'Leary had to drop out mid-race because of sickness. Howes had accused O'Leary of faking the illness to delegitimize Howe's victory. Then a month later, Howes anonymously tried to put together a race against O'Leary, Weston and himself. But then Howes experienced an injury, couldn't participate, and was very mad that the race wasn't postponed for him. Howes Issue Challenge to O'Leary Howes was a legitimate ultrarunner, who in February 1878 had set a new world walking record for 100 miles (18:08:20) and 24 hours (127 miles). But for unknown reasons, Howes withdrew his entry for the Astley Belt race a week before the race. Now, instead of racing against the 18 runners in that race, he wanted a head-to-head match against O'Leary to try to snatch away the coveted Astley Belt. O'Leary was required to accept any challenge within three months and defend the belt within 18 months, but he had no intention of staying in England with his family to race against the pesky Howes. Howes, who clearly dodged competition in the First Astley Belt Race, just one week later, on March 30, 1878, raced against ten others for 50 miles in the Agricultural Hall in London. Howes, won by two minutes and broke the world record with 7:57:54, the first to break the eight-hour barrier. (Later in the summer he would lower it further to 7:15:23 at Lillie Bridge). Also, just three days after O'Leary's victory, Weston, who had also pulled out of the Astley Belt race claiming illness, realizing the huge money that could be involved, issued his own challenge against O'Leary. Other challenges came from Brits, Henry Vaughan, William Corkey, and Blower Brown, all veterans of the First Astley Belt Race. O'Leary Returns to America with the Belt O'Leary infuriated Howes and many others in England when he made it clear that he was returning to America and that any challenge to the belt would need to be competed against him there. He said, “Having won the belt, I had the say where the walking should be done. I wouldn't walk in London again. They don't know where America is, and of course wouldn't go there.” This didn't please Sir John Astley who feared that the belt would never come back to England. He stated that if it didn't come back, he would create an identical belt for the British to compete for,
When the British captured Philadelphia, the seat of the American Congress, in September of 1777 General Howe delivered a decisive blow to American morale. A month later, Howe tried to consolidate his gains with an attack on the American fortification on the Delaware River at Fort Mercer, now Red Bank, New Jersey, and across the river at Fort Mifflin. The Americans not only repulsed the attack by a combined British & Hessian force, but in the process destroyed 64-gun ship HMS Augusta, the largest ship the British lost during war. We talk about this with historian James McIntyre, analyst of the Delaware campaign, editor of the Seven Years War Association Journal, and biographer of Hessian officer Johann-Ewald.
My guest is a self-described lucky bastard, grammy-winning engineer Richard Dodd who has worked with Tom Petty, George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Clannad, Mike Moran, Del Newman, and Brian Protheroe. In this episode, we discuss: Luton Beginnings School Band Peter Coleman Ashley Howe Discovering Recording at 14 First Professional Recording Gig Put Up or Shut Up Counsel Housing Electronics Apprentice British Aircraft Corporation Late Night Friday Sessions Lansdowne Studios Cassettes Studio Interview Golden Questions Leaving His Apprenticeship Studio Trajectory in England as a New Engineer From Within the Rabbit Hole Trying To Fit In LA - Like Walking Into The Movies Overcoming Studio Hazing Recording All Night at 17 Atomic Rooster Solid Family Life Dropping in For the First Time Gerald Chevin Helping Annie Farrow Respect for Musicians Stanley Myers Editing Tape - No Redos Going Freelance Matt's Rant: The Role of Gear Links and Show Notes Richard's Site Matt's other Instagram Account WCA on Instagram Connect with Matt on Linkedin Current sponsors & promos Credits Guest: Richard Dodd Host: Matt Boudreau Engineer: Matt Boudreau Producer: Matt Boudreau Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell Announcer: Chuck Smith
Le déroulement de certains événements historiques tient parfois à peu de chose. Ainsi, il suffit que le temps change pour que le destin des hommes bascule. C'est ce qui arriva à l'armée de Washington au cours de la guerre d'Indépendance. Une bataille de la guerre d'Indépendance Pour comprendre en quoi la météo changera le cours de cette guerre qui consacra l'indépendance des États-Unis, il faut d'abord replacer l'événement en question dans son contexte. Il se déroule le 29 août 1776, durant la bataille de Long Island, qui se déroule au sud de New York. Washington, placé à la tête de l'armée continentale, avait renforcé les défenses de la ville. Le 29 juin, les Anglais investissent la baie de New York. Le général Howe, commandant en chef, a 32.000 hommes sous ses ordres. En face, les américains sont beaucoup moins nombreux, 7.000 hommes environ, ou un peu plus. Un brouillard providentiel La bataille commence vraiment le 26 août. Les Anglais parviennent, ce jour-là, à contourner la première ligne de défense des Américains, qui sont pris en tenaille. Ces derniers commencent alors à se replier, tandis que les Anglais fortifient leurs positions. Et c'est à ce moment que le temps commence à jouer un rôle important. En effet, le 28 août, la pluie tombe à verse toute la journée, empêchant les combats de se poursuivre. Le lendemain, c'est le brouillard qui a envahi le champ de bataille. Les Anglais savent que leurs adversaires ne pourront sans doute pas résister à l'assaut qui va suivre. Avant de partir à l'attaque, ils attendent que la brume se dissipe. Comme on est en été, cela ne devrait guère tarder. Mais, contre toute attente, un brouillard épais se maintient toute la journée. Et c'est à la faveur de cette brume providentielle que Washington va pouvoir évacuer ses milliers de soldats depuis Long Island jusqu'à Manhattan. Pour cela, il ordonne de mettre à l'eau tout ce qui flotte. C'est donc sur une flottille composée de petites embarcations improvisées que ces troupes sont évacuées durant la nuit. Le brouillard a donc sauvé les Américains d'une défaite presque certaine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode Planty is talking to Artist, Children's entertainer and 70 year old Club Compare Shaky Ghost Lynne about leaving Cakes out in the rain, that time Jared Harris made them both cry and the best Wings song. --- "MacArthur Park" is a song written by American singer-songwriter Jimmy Webb that was recorded first by Irish actor and singer Richard Harris in 1968. Harris's version peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number four on the UK Singles Chart. "MacArthur Park" was subsequently covered by numerous artists, including a 1969 Grammy-winning version by country music singer Waylon Jennings and a number one Billboard Hot 100 disco arrangement by Donna Summer in 1978. In 1967, producer Bones Howe had asked Webb to create a pop song with different movements and changing time signatures. Webb delivered "MacArthur Park" to Howe with "everything he wanted", but Howe did not care for the ambitious arrangement and unorthodox lyrics and the song was rejected by the group the Association, for whom it had been intended.
There are a great many social cycle theories out there and this is an introduction to many of the most relevant for our time and this current series. I cover Khaldun, Tonnies, Durkheim, Sarkar, Sorokin, W. H. Smyth, Strauss and Howe, the Bible, Kaczynski, and McLuhan. I'm drawing out their views specifically on the cycles that societies go through. They are approached from various angles and various time frames and at this point are slightly disparate. There is some obvious overlap however. The next episode will bring them all together with some of my own work into a more chronological and structured cohesive framework. 97. Transition Between Two Ages 101. Social Cycles and Election Updates 112/ DA 2. Social Cycle Theories and Other Elaborations on the Vin Armani Dim Age Interview, part 1 119/ DA 9. Historical Cycles and Archetypes from Sarkar and the Kingdom of Light vs Kingdom of Darkness with more elaborations on the Vin Armani Dim Age interview, part 3 Our Foundations podcast: - Website - http://www.ourfoundations.podbean.com/ - Email - firstname.lastname@example.org - SubscribeStar to support/ donate - https://www.subscribestar.com/ourfoundations - Patreon to support / donate - https://www.patreon.com/ourfoundations - Twitter - https://twitter.com/Foundationspc - Medium - https://medium.com/@OurFoundations - Bitcoin Address - 1AZFLCvmfXasChaaecgYMP3vtnUrnLJoY7 - Litecoin - LcXEqTS4ooNed1sxkbonuTrwM21ubWf2qi - Ethereum - 0x409D0F2766e208C1Ea97fF2429D38a3D9E3abd3a - Zcash - t1SZKfocBcghVMWVCsbSA9zAHr5fzsxi62H - Pivx - D7ziutb5gGNnJ5pXngwa3w9zJj2P1iNzUT - Bitcoin Cash - bitcoincash:qprk7ppzepzdnczvl6lffz8f5zcnjh0hyvwlgm983x - Nano - nano_16gh7igt8zb1cntbmq1hrnmnc9ea9qrj3zycscqywhak5dgtx1gwommekt7r Resources: https://chattanoogavoluntarysociety.com/ - Music : - Pied Piper by Shaolin Dub is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License. - Jet Fueled Vixen Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License - Hard Fragility by Bisou is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License - Gjallar by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - The Match Review. Andrew Musgrove and Aaron Stokes take a look back at the 3-0 win over Norwich City.The goals came from Joelinton X2 and Bruno Guimaraes. The pair discuss the brilliance of Guimaraes, the rebirth of Joelinton and the futures of Longstaff, Murphy and others. Plus there's a look at United's achievements since the turn of the year, and Eddie Howe's challenge to his players.
In this fourth installment of the fabulous series we're doing in collaboration with and supported by the Ascendium Education Group, Michelle interviews three professionals with hands-on experience collaborating with employers to help rural learners: Dani Douglas, a Research and Policy Associate at the Center on Rural Innovation; Dr. John Fitzsimmons, President of The Foundation for Maine's Community Colleges; and Joshua Howe, Deputy Executive Director for Workforce Training and Remote Working for the Maine Community College System. Douglas discusses why rural places should care about having tech jobs and businesses in their communities and success stories in rural areas. Fitzsimmons talks about the role of the Maine Advisory Council on remote work and the importance of certification in this space. Howe provides an overview of the Remote Work for Maine program, and the kinds of jobs for which workers are being trained. This episode and the entire six-part series is sponsored by the Ascendium Education Group, whose philanthropy aims to remove systemic barriers faced by certain learners, specifically first-generation students, incarcerated adults, veterans, students of color, and rural community members. For more information, visit ascendiumphilanthropy.org
Listen in this week as Rebecca shares some of the thoughts preventing you from creating the results you want. Hear how playing small could be keeping others from getting valuable insight from your coaching, and the problem with putting other people's needs above your own. Get full show notes and more information here: https://lindseymangocoaching.com/0108
There is nothing more authentic and genuine than a brand looking to add value and simply serve a community and industry. Helping brands and manufacturers with inventory is Fiddle, a modern inventory operations software. Marketing Manager, Taylor Howe joined us to dive into the value community building has had on their growth and ability to truly connect to those in the industry. He dives into the role their website has for prospective and existing customers. With separate value-adding landing pages, educational content, and online communication, Fiddle drives value and authenticity.
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for April 13, 2022 is: bemuse bih-MYOOZ verb Bemuse means "to bewilder" or "to confuse." // The contestant seemed somewhat bemused by the question; however, she gave the correct answer. // The actor was bemused by all the attention she was receiving for her role in the movie. See the entry > Examples: "It bemuses me to see teams trying to play defensively in the 21st century. Howe must take the shackles off his players and allow them to get forward and create chances." — John Wozniak, The Top Flight, 10 Nov. 2021 Did you know? Bemuse joins the prefix be-, meaning "to a great or greater degree," with muse, "to become absorbed in thought" and especially "to think about something carefully and thoroughly."
In this episode we interview Teri French, Vice President, Forestry Services, and Patrick Howe, Vegetation Management Front Line Manager at Hydro One. In this thoughtful discussion, Teri and Patrick talk about running an in-house UVM program in Canada's most populous province, Ontario. Hydro One is a utility that is committed to operating safely in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. During this discussion we cover several topics including:Hydro One's unique and comprehensive in-house operationsHydro One's approach to scheduling work across its massive and diverse territoryAdvice for young UVM professionalsThe importance of safety in UVM operationsHydro One's approach and predictions for UVM related technologyWe hope that you find this episode of The UVM Podcast insightful. If you have any feedback on the episode or suggestions for topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes, please feel free to get in contact at email@example.com.A big thank you to this week's episode sponsor LiveEO.
It's Autumn 1992! Damn, Would I Lie To You?What an interesting time for the UK singles charts. Is it fair to say the decade was at some sort of apex point? Well, the tracklist for November's NOW, That's What I Call Music 23 album was certainly not giving us a clear a view of what the next big thing was going to be. Or was it?Whilst the start of the 90s had exploded with a colourful wave (or should that be rave?) of indie & dance, and very soon Britpop would take a steely and sneering guitar grip across the nation, 1992 almost seemed to be in a fascinating holding pattern. Not exactly the annus horribilus that some were calling it, and as always the NOW team were on hand to serve up a suitably compiled snapshot of musical delights (and Billy Ray Cyrus) for us to feast upon.Tasmin Archer, Sophie B Hawkins and Betty Boo led the way for some great female fronted pop moments, Arrested Development were providing an RnB laidback groove for the 90s, the Freddie Mercury tribute concert was still impacting across the charts and The Shamen were being, naughty, naughty, very naughty.But there was also a fair degree of retro feel to this edition of NOW. Was it the 80s (Simple Minds), 70s (ABBA) or 60s (Vanessa Paradis!)? TV advert songs - which brand of jeans were you buying? And don't even mention waistcoats! Just too funky for me...But even when things don't seem to be happening, there's always something happening. And there's no doubt that the 90s had plenty of excitement waiting around the corner!Joining me for this episode is author, visual artist and sometime musician Zoë Howe.Zoe has produced acclaimed biographies including The Slits, the Jesus & Mary Chain, Wilko Johnson, Stevie Nicks, Florence + The Machine, Lee Brilleaux and Poly Styrene and in 2021 was part of the team behind the award-winning documentary Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché. She has made radio programmes for Absolute Radio, Resonance FM and currently presents the Rock 'n' Roll Witch show on Soho Radio. Zoë's forthcoming book Witchful Thinking (a handbook for the modern Wise Woman) is to be published by Llewellyn in May 2022. And later this year will also see her revision of the book The Art of Punk released, and the launch of The Jam 1982, a collaboration with The Jam's Rick Buckler. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this Episode #5, my guest is Mathew Howe. He is the founder of Grobrix, a company focusing on sustainability, food security, physical health, and mental wellbeing. Grobrix is on a mission to make urban communities leaner, greener, happier, and healthier, focusing on bringing the farm and the farmer's market right to their doorstep. Before that, he spent 15 years in financial markets spanning various sales and trading roles both in London and Singapore. Mathew graduated from Imperial College, London, in Mechanical Engineering. Mathew shared with me that it all started with pesto! Green pasta was on the lunch menu for his children nearly every day, and there were times when the supermarket simply could not fulfill the household basil needs. So, he started growing it. And this is how Grobrix was born - the world's first modular edible hydroponic green wall. Designed in Singapore. Developed in Singapore. Made in Singapore. Tune in to learn about the journey from the trading floor to urban farming. It is one of the most unusual career changes I have seen. Here are his key learnings: - You cannot be a part-time entrepreneur. You have to go all-in. - Do something you are passionate about and leverage the skills that you've got - The fear of never knowing will become bigger than the fear of failure. As Mathew says - " When all is said and done, I wanted to look back in 20 years and know that I tried, even if I failed. I'd rather have tried and failed than to have never known."
Dancing With The Newport Stars is this Friday and Saturday night. Buddy Howe is in with his pro Renee Patten. We talk about the show, learning the dance, Buddy was concerned with the speed of the dance, how it's going to be a "show," Renee's costume changes, and more.
Hello my magical friends! You're going to love this episode. Zoë Howe is an internationally published author, artist, musician, and solitary witch based in East Anglia, UK. She has had thirteen books published, including the bestselling biography Stevie Nicks: Visions, Dreams & Rumours. But today we're talking about her new book Witchful Thinking: The Wise Woman's Handbook for Creating a Charmed Life. All that plus Where's Patti? The Willow Report and a lesson in Travel Magick. Have a great week and enjoy this all new episode of The Witching Hour with Patti Negri. #WitchfulThinking #ZoeHowe #Llewellyn @Llewellyn #StevieNicks #Magick
Hello all you Lasso fans! We are delighted to bring you this interview with Lasso composer Tom Howe. Tom is a prolific composer having over 90 credits to his name on IMDB. We get a chance to speak to him about his favorite moments in Ted Lasso, as well as how he came to write music for the show. We also dive into his work on The Great British Baking Show and so much more! FEATURING: Craig McFarland, Jeremy Goeckner Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow on Twitter at twitter.com/PBBFRN Join the Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/3161086474176010 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbbfrn/support
✘ Werbung: https://Whisky.de/shop/ Mein Buch Allgemeinbildung ► https://amazon.de/dp/B09RFZH4W1/ Teespring ► https://unterblog.creator-spring.com/ Kennen Sie den alten Spruch, den man sich von wohlhabenden Familien erzählt? Die erste baut auf, die zweite verwaltet und die dritte verkommt. Soll heißen, Unternehmungen haben einen Lebenszyklus wie die Menschen. Allerdings nicht in der Lebensspanne eines Individuums, sondern über die Generationen hinweg. Das ist nichts Ungewöhnliches. Marktwirtschaft bedeutet immer Versuch und Irrtum. Und Niemand ist vor Irrtum gefeit. Und binnen dreier Generationen kommt es schon mal zu Irrtümern und das Lebenswerk kann verloren gehen. Die schöpferische Kraft der Zerstörung nach Schumpeter bedeutet, dass alte Dinge durch neue abgelöst werden. Kommt das Alte mit der Veränderung nicht klar, dann muss es sterben. ► ► ► ►
We start off this episode by discussing the concept of success. Empath, Michelle J. Howe teaches there are two types of success: inner and outer. She explains that outer success is following someone else's script. It's the plan we think we need to follow based on what others expect of us. Inner success is following our own script and it's the only way we'll be truly happy “If you sculpt your life with a priority for inner success and feeling good, the outer success will come from that.” As we continue, Michelle shares her story of how she began her career as a certified public accountant (CPA). When she realized her true path and switched over to empathic coaching there were many people who questioned her decision and told her she was doing the wrong thing. Michelle points out that everything she's done in the past has perfectly prepared her for what she is doing now. Michelle J. Howe is the founder and president of Empath Evolution. Michelle is a spiritual teacher and healer who channels high-vibrational, healing energies. She helps her clients move beyond intense emotions, subconscious fears, and people drama that interferes with their level of success in the world. You can find a quiz, free training, and information on her upcoming workshops on her website www.empathevolution.com. Email is the best way to connect with Michelle. Her email is email@example.com. More at moneyheartshow.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moneyheart/support
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Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys speak to Mathew Howe , Founder, Grobrix and Lauren Sorkin, Director & Strategic Advisor, Grobrix to discuss a new farming technique and how to sustain wellbeing via farming activities. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Let's Talk Tottenham is LIVE! with Brian (@bridagul) previewing Tottenham's next game v Newcastle United. Two wins back to back before the international break and now 9 games to get top 4. We play Newcastle next who should be safe after an impressive run of results but this will not be easy. We talk Kane, Son, Kulu, top 4, Wood, Howe and much more. The Video stream is https://youtu.be/9brKs5zCgy8. The Audio only podcast is available wherever you get your podcasts from or go to Twitter (@LTalkTottenham) to find the all the details. From Monday I'll be streaming my Monday 8pm shows on The Hotspur Hood. Check their twitter (@ThehotspurhoodT) and their YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCxozUcXVzLgTTg1ihZxB_2w Links: Brian - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBefi9BrCF9M3em4DAbdivw
On today's episode of Bucky's 5th Podcast, we've got some basketball and football to discuss. To start, we talk about the transfer of forward Ben Carlson and Matthew Mors and what that means for the Badger frontcourt. After that, we dive into some names that Wisconsin could look to fill in with from the transfer portal as the Badgers are expected to be active. After that, we recap the latest news from Spring football including the clip of a Mertz bomb, a glimpse of the inside linebacker room, and more! To finish the show we are joined by the newest member of the Wisconsin football team in 2022 quarterback commit Marshall Howe. In our conversation, we talk about what he liked about Wisconsin, his strengths as a football player, and the interesting recruiting path that led him to the Badgers. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This milepost was a lot fun. Hearing Mrs Monkeys background Howe she got into life on two wheels and some of her day to day. Even a few Cameo appearances from the Professional Monkey. Don't forget you can check out the full video format on YouTube on The Vtwin Life Podcast channel. https://youtu.be/Z0pKbRfwHqE --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thevtwinlife/support
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It's our 200th episode! And to celebrate, we are going to cover a group we reference frequently in other episodes - “all roads lead to Yes.” The third studio album by Yes was simply entitled The Yes Album, and it was both a critical success, and a much-needed commercial breakthrough, hitting number 40 on the US album charts. It was the first album not to contain any cover songs, and was also the first album to feature guitarist Steve Howe in the group. This iteration of Yes consisted of Jon Anderson on vocals, Chris Squire on bass and vocals, Steve Howe on guitars and vocals, Tony Kaye on keyboards, and Bill Bruford on percussion. This album would be the last with Kaye on keyboards until the 90125 album in the 80's. We're also spending some time talking about the podcast, our experiences over 200 episodes, fans from different places, and more What The Riff trivia. We hope you enjoy this milestone podcast! Yours Is No DisgraceThe opening track was written by all five members of the band. It is a song about the Vietnam War, telling the returning soldier that the war wasn't his fault, and that he had no choice but to fight.Starship TrooperRobert Heinlein's novel of the same name inspired the name of this song. The epic consists of three movements, "Life Seeker," primarily written by Jon Anderson, "Disillusion" mostly written by Squire, and "Würm," largely written by Howe. I've Seen All Good PeopleThis is another lengthy epic of a song, not uncommon for Yes with it's prog rock sensibilities. Jon Anderson and Chris Squire wrote this song and it's two movements. The first movement, "Your Move," uses chess as a metaphor for relationships, and was released as a single which became a top 40 hit. The second movement, "All Good People," would be re-incorporated into the song when played on FM rock stations at the time. It references John Lennon in several places. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:The theme from the motion picture “Love Story” This romantic tragedy starred Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neil. It was released in December 1970 and was a big grossing film in February. STAFF PICKS:Temptation Eyes by The Grass RootsWayne's staff pick is a California group which charted frequently in the early 70's, including this song which went to number 15. The band originally was founded by Lou Adler and the songwriting duo of P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri.If You Could Read My Mind by Gordon Lightfoot Brian's staff pick is the well-known Canadian singer-songwriter. This song was inspired by Lightfoot's divorce. It has been recorded over 100 times since Lightfoot wrote it by artists like Liza Minnelli, Barbara Streisand, Glen Campbell, and Johnny Mathis.Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? by ChicagoBruce brings us the first song the band recorded together on their first album in 1969. It wasn't released as a single until late 1970 after "Make Me Smile" became a hit. This encouraged the group to go back to this song and cut it down to single length. Robert Lamm wrote and sang lead on this song, inspired by a quip he received from a Brooklyn movie theater usher.What Is Life by George HarrisonRob's finishes the staff picks with the “quiet” Beatle. It is off his triple album "All Things Must Pass," and this second single from the album went into the top 10 on the U.S. charts. Eric Clapton played on this album, and it was produced by Phil Spector. It is a love song that appears to be directed both at a woman and a deity. INSTRUMENTALTRACK:The Clap by YesThis live instrumental piece was brought to the group by Steve Howe, and appears on The Yes Album. It was written in celebration of the birth of Howe's son, Dylan.
Brent and Kasey discuss which NFL team has made the biggest moves, and gotten the best this offseason, and talk with Travis Howe of the Jacksonville Icemen
Today I sit down with District H Member and Elite Runner, Katie Howe. We discuss her unique background in using CrossFit style workouts and strength training to compliment her long distance training. While most members are used to working out at higher intensities via our group classes and general programming, Katie goes into the benefits of slowly down, finding your specific gears to produce repeatable and sustainable fitness, and how to pair strength training and endurance training for more intentional workouts. Best part, she is going to be leading a 6-Week speciality program throughout the month of May and early June for members to join if they are interested in building their aerobic engine or just get better at running in general. Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/districth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/districth/support
On this episode the boys are joined by one of the greatest players and goal scorers of all time, Marcel Dionne. He ranks 6th in all time points and sits only behind Gretzky, Howe, Jagr, Ovechkin, Brett Hull in total goals. We talk about his experience meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin, scoring 130+ points in LA, going to the Rangers, and much more. Before the interview the boys go through a bunch of the trades including what Chicago is doing, the Panthers loading up, teams who haven't made moves, and much more. Enjoy our chat with one of the greatest ever, Marcel Dionne, on the trade deadline edition of the Cam & Strick podcast. Interview starts: 54:51InstagramTwitterYouTubeTikTokCam & Strick WebsiteYou can also keep up with the boys on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!Andy Strickland - Instagram | TwitterCam Janssen - Instagram | Twitter | Facebook
Produced by Wayne Hall and Jeffrey Crecelius Mark and I just about manage to stay in control of the ‘spirited' Fernando Perdomo this week. Ask him about guitar tech and he will literally talk for hours - which is exactly what we want on the YMP of course. What we were left with are many fascinating insights into Steve Howe's guitars and approaches, all based around the greatest Yes album, Tormato. Stay tuned for that hurricane of enthusiasm. How did Howe get those sounds for Tormato and why?Where is the steel guitar?What are the secrets to his guitar approach? Fernando and Dave Kerzner's brilliant Yes CD Fernando's website - https://www.fernandoperdomo.com/ Become a Patron! Bag yourself a fabulous piece of YMP history before it's too late... Head over to the YMP Emporium to... Order a YMP Trivia Card Game 'The Answer Is Yes!' - available now!Order the unique Full Union art print - available now The Full Union! Available now. YMP Patrons: Producers: Jeffrey Crecelius andWayne Hall Patrons: Aaron SteelmanDave OwenMark James LangPaul TomeiJoost MaglevDavid HeydenMartin KjellbergPaul WilsonBob MartilottaLindMichael O'ConnorWilliam HayesBrian SullivanDavid PannellMiguel FalcãoLobate ScarpChris BandiniDavid WatkinsonNeal KaforeyRachel HadawayCraig EstenesDemPaul HailesMark 'Zarkol' BaggsDoug CurranRobert NasirFergus CubbageScott ColomboFred BarringerGary BettsGeoff BailieSimon BarrowGeoffrey MasonStephen LambeGuy R DeRomeSteve DillHenrik AntonssonSteve PerryHogne Bø PettersenSteve RodeIanNBSteve ScottJamie McQuinnSteven RoehrKen FullerTerence SadlerMichael HanderhanTim StannardJimTodd DudleyJohn CowanTony HandleyJohn HoldenJoseph CottrellJohn ParryKeith HoisingtonJohn ThomsonBarry GorskyAlan Begg Robert and David Please subscribe! If you are still listening to the podcast on the website, please consider subscribing so you don't risk missing anything: Subscribe on AndroidListen on Stitcher Theme music The music I use is the last movement of Stravinsky's Firebird Suite. This has been used as introduction music at many Yes concerts. My theme music is not take from a live concert - I put it together from: archive.org
In this episode, Dr Louis Howe researcher and strength and conditioning coach discusses lumbar spine flexion and getting out of neutral He explains the current research and how in real life spinal flexion can't be stopped but can be managed with the right strategies to avoid end range motion This is a fascinating episode for both professional practitioners and individuals who want to understand more about spinal flexion and what getting out of neutral really means KEY TAKEAWAYS Neutral alignment is seen as being optimal in sharing the load The research indicates that the spine flexes away from the neutral posture Whilst flexion can't be stopped there are strategies that can be used to avoid end range motion and lower or increase those values When you perform lifting you are flexing and moving out of neutral We see more flexion occurring at the lower lumbar spine than at the upper lumbar spine When you are lifting the spine is both flexing and being exposed to compressive load Flexion has the potential to result in pathologies of the spine All of the tissues in our bodies can adapt to loading There is potential for managing the position of the spine and affecting injury risk Avoiding end range position and flexion can be important in training Coaching can encourage kinesthetics awareness to help avoid end range positions Programming strategies and the way overload is created in exercise is valuable as an injury risk management tool Years of strength training will bring architectural changes and spinal flexion can put muscles in a better position for lifting BEST MOMENTS ‘The concept of neutral is attractive to practitioners because it puts the spine in a position where the load is spread' ‘It's a variable that we can manipulate' ‘When they perform the tasks they do it in such a way that they are able to cope with the loads they are exposed to' THE BACK PAIN PODCAST PROVIDER MAP - FINDING SOMEONE TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR BACK PAIN https://thebackpainpodcast.com/index.php/members-map/ VALUABLE RESOURCES The Back Pain Podcast The Back Pain Podcast website The Back Pain Podcast recommended products affiliate link Our Rode Mixer https://amzn.to/3waU8bx Our Microphones https://amzn.to/3rzSZ9Z Second Microphone https://amzn.to/2ObKMeA XLR Cable https://amzn.to/3rBL8ZB Studio Headphones https://amzn.to/3u082LE Laptophttps://amzn.to/3dhfafT Our webcam https://amzn.to/31uUefQ RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE Getting Out of Neutral: the risks and rewards of lumbar spine flexion during lifting exercises - Louis Howe with Greg Lehman ABOUT THE HOSTS Dave Elliott Dave is the owner of Advanced Chiropractic, a chain of Chiropractic and massage therapy clinics in Essex, UK. Dave still sees patients during the week but has been working hard to talk to as many experts in the field of back pain as possible to help distil all the information and bring it to you in this awesome podcast. You can find Dave on any of the Advanced Chiropractic social media platforms, or you can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions for him. -Instagram Rob Beaven Rob owns and runs a multidisciplinary clinic, The Dyer St Clinic in Cirencester Gloucestershire. His team of Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Doctors, and podiatrists all collaborate on thousands of back pain patients every year. Alongside Dave, he has worked hard to bring to the table experts across all industries to give you the low down on back pain, with steps you can implement today to start feeling better. -Instagram -Twitter SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS Instagram Twitter Facebook CONTACT US email@example.com Support the show: https://thebackpainpodcast.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Craig Howe chats with me about Lakota Star Knowledge and the relationship between the Lakota and the night sky. He is the founder and director of the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies and has served as the Deputiy Assistant for Cultural Resources at the National Museum of the American Indian at the Smithsonian Institute. Dr. Howe has authored articles and book chapters on numerous topics, including tribal histories and Native studies. He has developed innovative tribal histories projects and museum exhibitions. He was raised on his family's cattle ranch in the Lacreek District of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota and is a citizen of the Oglala Sioux Tribe. LINKS Center for American Indian Research and and Native Studies: https://www.nativecairns.org Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum in South Dakota: https://www.sfmission.org/museum Mars mission: https://mars.nasa.gov Visit NightSkyTourist.com/36 for more information about this episode. SPREAD THE WORD Help us reach more people by subscribing to the podcast, leaving a review, and sharing it with others. GET TO KNOW US MORE Visit NightSkyTourist.com to read our great blog articles, check out our resource page, and sign up for our newsletters. Our monthly newsletter has content that is exclusive for subscribers. SHARE YOUR QUESTION We want to hear your questions. They could even become part of a future Q&A. Record your question in a voice memo on your smartphone and email it to us at Hello@NightSkyTourist.com. COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS Email us at Hello@NightSkyTourist.com.
In this episode, Brain "Sikes" Howe of Greywalker, Normal Creatures, and Some Faith talks about doing the stuff that you want to do, being busy, how much is "too much" and being fair to everyone involved in multiple projects. Plus, success as a DJ versus other musical projects, being a podcaster and potentially losing the desire due to dealing with musicians, and freedom as success. https://briansikeshowe.com/ https://www.greywalker.net/media https://www.normalcreatures.net/ https://somefaith666.bandcamp.com/ https://startthebeat.libsyn.com/ Paul works a day job and puts out vinyl and puts on shows via Katzulhu Productions https://www.facebook.com/paul.neil.12 https://www.facebook.com/katzulhu https://www.facebook.com/Dont-Quit-Your-Day-Job-podcast-107924851339602