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Tea With Jainé
Setting Goals for your Business with Lin Pernille - Ep. 142

Tea With Jainé

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 38:10


Today I'm chatting with Lin Pernille all about how to set goals for your business. I wanted to start off the New Year with some really great advice and tips from Lin so that each an everyone one of you could get clear on your goals for the next 3-6-12 months and beyond. A little bit about Lin is that she is a luxury wedding photographer, videographer, and educator based in the Hudson Valley of New York. She teaches workshops & courses to photographers & small business owners of all levels, and has spoken at Creative at Heart Conference, E3 (Educate Empower Encourage), Podcasts and is also the co-leader of the Rising Tide Society's Hudson Valley chapter and on the WIPA New York committee. Website: https://linpernille.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/linpernille/ Goal Setting Sheets: https://linpernille.com/blog/free-2023-goal-setting-workbook/ Instagram Filter: https://www.instagram.com/ar/492594869653423/ Coaching/Mentoring: https://linpernille.com/mentoring Podcast Sponsor - USB Memory Direct USB Memory Direct has been providing custom USB flash drives and packaging to photographers and businesses for over 15 years. USB Memory Direct offers over 50 styles of USB flash drives with a broad range of customization options, always ensuring we have a drive that suits your brand and budget. Whether you're looking for an elegant tool to deliver photos to your photography clients or a personalized USB business card to create brand exposure in a unique way, we have a drive to suit your need. Save 10% OFF your USB drive order, visit www.usbmemorydirect.com and use code TEA10 at checkout. Discounts cannot be combined and can only be used once. Love the podcast? Please leave a 5 ⭐️ review on Apple Podcasts. Want to learn how to curate and submit weddings on your own? Join our Monthly Membership Submission Support. Our Investment Guide Template for Wedding Photographers is available in our online shop. Need help submitting your wedding to publications? We offer 1:1 and Done for You Wedding Curations + Submission Services - click here to book your spot today! Get our Wedding Submissions E-Mail Templates to help make your next online or print submission easier! Stay Connected: Follow @teawithjaine & @jainekershner on Instagram We are looking for Sponsors just like you! Visit Our Website to Apply: www.teawithjaine.com

The Roundtable
Congressional Corner with Mike Lawler

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 9:56


The lower Hudson Valley has new representation in Washington. In today's Congressional Corner, Republican Mike Lawler from New York's 17th district speaks with WAMC's Alan Chartock. This interview was recorded January 23.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Filmmaker Sky Hopinka's unconventional ways of telling Native stories

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 6:26


The artist and filmmaker Sky Hopinka was awarded the prestigious MacArthur Genius Award last fall, celebrating a decade of his experimental work focused on Indigenous people. Jeffrey Brown met Hopinka in New York's Hudson Valley for the final story in our series on contemporary Native American Arts. It's part of our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Forward Thinking Founders
871 - John Andrew Entwistle (Wander) On Helping People Find Their Happy Place

Forward Thinking Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 17:25


John Andrew Entwistle is the founder of Wander. Today, Wander offers smart homes in inspiring places across the United States, from Southern Oregon to Joshua Tree, and Hudson Valley to Surfside Beach, with new locations launching every month. ★ Support this podcast ★

Manage Smarter
219: Maria Victoria Albina: Stress, Anxiety and Burnout

Manage Smarter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 26:15


Maria Victoria Albina (she/they) is a Master Certified Somatic Life Coach, UCSF-trained Family Nurse Practitioner and Breathwork Meditation Guide with a passion for helping humans socialized as women realize that they are their own best healers by reconnecting with their bodies and minds, so they can break free from codependency, perfectionism and people-pleasing and reclaim their joy. She is the host of the Feminist Wellness Podcast, holds a Masters degree in Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health and a BA in Latin American Studies from Oberlin College. Victoria has been working in health & wellness for over 20 years and lives on occupied Munsee Lenape territory in New York's Hudson Valley. FREE MEDITATIONS FOR MANAGE SMARTER LISTENERS: victoriaalbina.com/salesfuel In this podcast for managers, Audrey, Lee and Victoria discuss:  -Signs and signals leaders should look for indicating they aren't well -Why people pleasing and likability are a recipe for bad health for leaders -How past traumas play out in bad health today -A calming exercise to use at work to reset your nervous system and re-center yourself  "The number 1 mistake managers make is Ignoring signals from their bodies that are telling them they are overstressed or overworked. They do this to be productive and to continue being seen as high performers..”– Victoria Albina Build Credibility and Effective Leadership with the Manage Smarter Podcast Join hosts Audrey Strong and C. Lee Smith every week as they dive into the aspects and concepts of good business management. From debunking sales myths to learning how to manage with and without measurements, you'll learn something new with every episode and will be able to implement positive change far beyond sales.   Connect with Victoria Albina     ·       Website        Instagram: @victoriaalbinawellness Podcast: Feminist Wellness ·       Facebook ·       LinkedIn Connect with Manage Smarter Hosts ·         Website: ManageSmarter.com  ·         LinkedIn: Audrey Strong                                                                 ·         LinkedIn: C. Lee Smith   Connect with SalesFuel ·         Website: http://salesfuel.com/  ·         Twitter: @SalesFuel  ·         Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/salesfuel/  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Capitol Pressroom
Landlords wary of pro-tenant measures in New York

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 22:59


Jan. 20, 2023 - Kingston has become ground zero for a major battle over rent control between landlords and tenants. Hudson Valley Property Owners Executive Director Rich Lanzarone shares his concerns about a vacancy study conducted in the Hudson Valley community and argues against capping rent growth.

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley
Episode 52: Wild Hudson Valley and Winter Sowing

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 29:26


Learn about the rich history of New York's Hudson Valley in a unique new way. Join Anna Plattner and Justin Wexler from Wild Hudson Valley, located in Cairo, NY. They own a 95-acre farm and sanctuary consisting of forest, meadow and wetlands. There they offer walks, workshops, forest farmed products and camping to help inspire others to become better stewards of our planet. Listen as Anna and Justin talk about their eco-camp which offers an immersive experience with furnished tents, engaging activities and nature trails enabling you to truly enjoy the natural beauty of the Catskill Mountains. Hey also offer monthly wild harvest boxes which consist of native foods such as veggies, nuts, berries, and mushrooms, that are wild-gathered, wild-stewarded, and grown on their farm. Then Robin Stapley joins the podcast to talk about permaculture and winter sowing. Permaculture is all about applying a set of design principles to gardening taking into consideration the overall ecosystem of the site. Robin specifically talks about how she used permaculture to address some water issues on her property. She also then talks about the advantages of winter sowing to get a head start on seed starting. Another episode of Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley that has something for everyone! Hosts: Teresa Golden, Tim Kennelty, and Jean Thomas Guests: Anna Plattner and Justin Wexler Photo by: Tim Kennelty Production Support: Linda Aydlett, Teresa Golden and Annie Scibienski Resources

Border Boss
Episode 79 - Clockwise

Border Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 70:45


This week is ALL REVIEWS: Two capsule reviews of our Secret Santa gifts - records by Boston noise weirdos Spore and Hudson Valley's Apocalypse stompers All Out War. Then we embark on a journey deep into the tangled roots of Long Island hardcore where we screw up ROYALLY in examination of CLOCKWISE. Bonus Taco Bell scene report for old headz.

Science Salon
316. Daniel Akst on the Pacifists of the Greatest Generation Who Revolutionized Resistance

Science Salon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 124:22


Pacifists who fought against the Second World War faced insurmountable odds — but their resistance, philosophy, and strategies fostered a tradition of activism that shaped America right up to the present day. Daniel Akst's new book takes us into the wild, heady, and uncertain times of America on the brink of a world war, following four fascinating resisters — four figures who would subsequently become famous political thinkers and activists — and their daring exploits: David Dellinger, Dorothy Day, Dwight MacDonald, and Bayard Rustin. Shermer and Akst discuss: war • the left (old and new) • religious liberals • American Firsters and Isolationists • cluster of heterodoxy: anti-war/militarism, but also anti-racism, anti-capitalism, anti-colonialism, anti-apartheid, anti-power of the state, pro-labor, pro the rights of minorities, individual liberty on matters such as abortion and gender, anti-segregation • internment of 110,000 Japanese-Americans into concentration camps • civil disobedience (Thoreau, Garrison, Gandhi) • non-violent protests • moral equivalency • Just War Theory • Military Industrial Complex • moral progress with and without religion • the rise of Christian nationalism and authoritarianism. Daniel Akst is a writer whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Slate and other leading publications. He was a board member of the National Book Critics Circle, and has taught at Bard College and in the Bard Prison Initiative. He lives in New York's Hudson Valley.

Hope for the Animals
Teaching Compassion and Kindness with Kathy Stevens

Hope for the Animals

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 48:19


 Today Hope starts us off with some interesting information about lobsters, crabs, oysters, and other marine life. Then we have Kathy Stevens joining us. Kathy is the founder & director of Catskill Animal Sanctuary, a 150-acre refuge in New York's Hudson Valley for 11 different species of farmed animals. She was an educator for many years and in 2001, she co-founded Catskill Animal Sanctuary, where her love of teaching, her belief that education has the power to transform, and her love of animals come together. One of the world's leading sanctuaries for farmed animals, Catskill has saved more than 5,000 non-human individuals through direct rescue — and even more through programming that encourages humans to adopt veganism.Hope and Kathy talk about Kathy's journey starting Catskill Animal Sanctuary, how elderly farmed animals are so rare and only found on sanctuaries, and how Tucker the cow has changed thousands of lives with his love of people. Resources:Catskill Animal SanctuaryKathy's books: Where the Blind Horse SingsAnimal Camp

Mysteries to Die For
Toe Tag: The Midnight Call

Mysteries to Die For

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 29:01


Welcome to Mysteries to Die For and this Toe Tag.I am TG Wolff and am here with Jack, my piano player and producer. This is normally a podcast where we combine storytelling with original music to put you at the heart of mystery, murder, and mayhem. Today is a bonus episode we call a Toe Tag. It is the first chapter from a fresh release in the mystery, crime, and thriller genre.Today's featured release is The Midnight Call by Jodé Millman The Midnight Call was released October 11, 2022 from Level Best Books and is available from AMAZON and other book retailers.About Jodé MillmanJodé Millman is the acclaimed author of HOOKER AVENUE, an American Fiction Award Finalist for Legal Thriller, and THE MIDNIGHT CALL, which won the Independent Press, American Fiction, Independent Publisher, and the Bronze IPPY Awards for Legal Thriller. She's an attorney, a reviewer for Booktrib.com, the host/producer of The Backstage with the Bardavon podcast, and creator of The Writer's Law School. Jodé lives with her family in the Hudson Valley, where she is at work on the next installment of her "Queen City Crimes" series—novels inspired by true crimes in the region she calls home. Find her at Jodé Millman - (jodemillman.com)TG Wolff ReviewThe Midnight Call is a legal thriller. Jessica Martin is a corporate attorney whose mentor, Terence Butterfield, is in big trouble – the bloody kind. Jeremy Riley is the past-his-prime defense attorney Jess brings in to defend Terence. Hal Samuels is the Assistant District Attorney pressured to make sure justice is a big, public win. But it's not that easy – it never is. Past relationships cloud the facts until the web is indeed a tangled one.Strengths of the story. The story is told in three parts. In the first, we see firsthand the wheels that are set in motion by the midnight call. From the opening phrases through the Grand Jury, the story is well crafted, working through the angst and strategy of a murder trial. The middle part of the story shifts focus to the private lives of the main characters and how the publicity and pressure of the trial affects their choices and their families. The characters are put in difficult situations, and we watch as, for some, emotion overrules good judgment. The final sequence returns to the trial, where the lawyers roll up their sleeves and finish the job. The storytelling throughout is detailed and reasoned.Where the story fell short of ideal: Compared to other legal thrillers, The Midnight Call does not go deep into the detail of the law and courtroom procedures. This will be a plus for readers who love the air of a legal thriller without the grainy detail and a minus for those who like to get so granular, sand falls from the pages. With the story focusing on the three attorneys, the accused killer Terence Butterfield is not front and center, so we do not get his side of the story. While the story tied off the legal strings, it left me with a few unanswered questions.

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley

Climate change is all over the news but what exactly are the implications of higher carbon dioxide levels for the Hudson Valley? While New York State is at the forefront of climate leadership and environmental stewardship, what should we expect relative to extreme temperature and rainfall events? Join Jenna and Zach, two CCE climate resiliency experts, to learn about potential climate hazards in New York State including an increase in insect, disease, invasive plant pressure as well as potential changes to USDA plant hardiness zones. While gardeners can look forward to the potential of longer growing seasons, learn what you can do to minimize and adapt to these future climate changes. Hosts: Tim Kennelty and Jean Thomas Guests: Zach Spangler and Jenna Walzack Photo by: Tim Kennelty Production Support: Linda Aydlett and Teresa Golden

Border Boss
Episode 78 - Drowning Room

Border Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 79:16


This week we get a little too close for comfort talking about everything related to the show Webster except Webster then opening our Secret Santa gifts before wading into the weird smelling waters of the Hudson Valley to mosh in our big comfortable running shoes to the rock hard throb of DROWNING ROOM.

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S42E19 - The Way Up: Climbing the Corporate Mountain as a Professional of Color, with Errol Pierre

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 33:56


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Errol Pierre about his book, The Way Up: Climbing the Corporate Mountain as a Professional of Color. Errol Pierre (https://www.linkedin.com/in/errollpierre/) is the Senior Vice President of State Programs at Healthfirst Inc., the largest nonprofit health plan in New York. He manages their Medicaid and Long-Term Care business unit representing over $8 billion dollars in annual revenue and close to 500 people and operations at more than 24 community offices across New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley region. Pierre was previously COO at Empire BlueCross BlueShield. He is an in-demand speaker on leadership, diversity, and healthcare and has addressed hundreds of audiences including the National Urban League for Young Professionals, 100 Black Men, and Fordham University. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out Shopify at www.shopify.com/hci. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Each HCI Podcast episode (Program ID: 24-DP529) has been approved for 5.00 HR (General) SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCPHR recertification through SHRM, as part of the knowledge and competency programs related to the SHRM Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge™ (the SHRM BASK™). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Appalachian Monsters & Mysteries
The Hudson River is a Weird Place

Appalachian Monsters & Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 27:27


The Hudson River and the surrounding valley are full of hauntings, mysteries, and tales of aliens. In this episode we discuss the legend of a cryptid in those waters by the name of Kipsy. As well as a legend of goblins who terrorized sailors for years. After hearing these stories we know we'll be visiting the Hudson Valley again in the future.   Send us your ghost, alien, & other bizarre stories for our season 5 finale! You can email or DM us on the links below.   Instagram: @ammpod Twitter: @ammpod1 TikTok: @ammpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Appalachianmm/ Contact us at: appalachianmm@gmail.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrmPdQzD63J_u6oqfpWxqSg   *DISCLAIMER*  We had some issues with the audio in this episode, sorry!  

The Author's Corner
Episode #86: Tips for Writing True Crime with Sarena Straus

The Author's Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 36:13


For the first time on our show, we focus on the thrilling and fascinating true crime genre with guest, Sarena Straus. Listen in to discover how her real-life experiences as a prosecutor inspired her debut as an author and what it's like to write and transition from nonfiction to fiction. Press play to learn more about it!Key Takeaways from This EpisodeWhat makes a true crime memoir specialA tremendous benefit of writing a memoirBehind the scenes of pitching a book for a television pilotSpot-on advice for new and fresh true crime authorsWhy it's critical to be well informed when writing true crimeResources Mentioned in This EpisodeReInception by Sarena Straus | Paperback and AudiobookAbout Sarena StrausSarena Straus writes novels for the curious and adventurous, for people who are intrigued by a “what-if” scenario and like to explore the outcomes. After receiving a BA in art history and political science from Barnard, Sarena graduated from Fordham University School of Law. She then worked for five years at the Bronx District Attorney's Office (BXDA), where she prosecuted sex crimes and child abuse cases. After leaving BXDA, she published a true-crime memoir, Bronx DA: True Stories from the Sex Crimes and Domestic Violence Unit (Barricade, 2006). In 2010, her book sold as a TV Pilot to CBS/Paramount.Today, she lives in Hudson Valley, NY, with her husband, two children (also budding writers), two naughty Labrador retrievers, and two barn cats. She is now working on sequels to her debut sci-fi novel ReInception. When not writing or lawyering, Sarena loves to scuba dive, take photographs, and travel off the beaten path. She'll swap diving or courtroom stories with you all day long or happily talk about books– writing them or reading them!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Author's Corner Community today: Website: Robin ColucciLinkedIn: R Colucci, LLCFacebook: Robin ColucciTwitter: @Robin_ColucciRobin Colucci's Book: How to Write a Book That Sells You: Increase Your Credibility, Income, and Impact

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley

Do you know the difference between a red-tailed hawk and a Cooper's Hawk. What's the difference between a bird of prey and a scavenger? Which birds prey on fish versus rodents versus carrion? Our favorite birder and author of Birding the Hudson Valley is back once again, this time to talk about Birds of Prey. Among other things, Kathryn Schneider explains about the importance of ‘feet' for the survival of these feathered friends. Eagles, hawks, falcons, harriers, owls, ospreys and vultures are all topics of discussion. Knowing which birds of prey are nocturnal versus diurnal can help with their identification. Find out where in the Hudson Valley you can participate in a hawk watch, where to find bald eagles or owls and the difference between a black vulture and a turkey vulture. This podcast episode of Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley has something for everyone. Hosts: Tim Kennelty and Jean Thomas Guest: Kathryn Schneider Photo by: Stock Photo Production Support: Linda Aydlett, Teresa Golden and Annie Scibienski Resources

Let’s Talk Memoir
The Acceptance of Imperfection featuring Kathy Curto

Let’s Talk Memoir

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 41:22


Kathy Curto joins Let's Talk Memoir for a conversation about accepting imperfection in our writing,  the effect of time and distance in our work, finding beauty even in the painful, what she's learned through teaching writing to a broad range of students, and her memoir in micro essays Not for Nothing: Glimpse into a Jersey Girlhood.   Also in this episode: -the importance of a writing community no matter how small -the potency of the flash form -how voice is always changing   Books mentioned in this episode: The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros Safekeeping by Abigail Thomas I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou This Boy's Life by Tobias Wolff Heavy by Kiese Laymon Ordinary Girls by Jaquira Diaz The memoirs and poetry of Mary Karr   Kathy Curto teaches at Sarah Lawrence College/The Writing Institute, Montclair State University and The Writers Circle as well as several nonprofit organizations and community centers in the metropolitan area. She is the author of Not for Nothing-Glimpses into a Jersey Girlhood. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, on NPR, in the anthology Listen to Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We're Saying Now, and in Oh, Reader, Barrelhouse, The Mom Egg Review, Drift and Talking Writing, among others. Kathy pens a Write or Die Tribe biweekly column, Words on the Street, Revisited, where she explores everyday language and the writing practice. Her micro-memoir, “Still Cooking Side by Side” considered a “Modern Love in miniature” by The New York Times, was included in The Best of Tiny Love Stories in August 2021. Kathy lives with her family in the Hudson Valley. Please visit: www.kathycurto.com.  Connect with Kathy Curto: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kathy.curto/ Facebook: Kathy Curto-Writer  https://www.facebook.com/kathy.curto26 Website: https://www.kathycurto.com/   —   Ronit is a teacher and speaker whose essays, creative nonfiction, and fiction have been featured in The Atlantic, The Rumpus, The New York Times, The Iowa Review, The Washington Post, Writer's Digest, American Literary Review, and elsewhere. Her memoir WHEN SHE COMES BACK about the loss of her mother to the guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and their eventual reconciliation was named a 2021 Best True Crime Book by Book Riot and was a Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards, the Housatonic Book Awards, and the Book of the Year Awards. Her short story collection HOME IS A MADE-UP PLACE won Hidden River Arts' 2020 Eludia Award and will be published in 2023. She is creative nonfiction editor at The Citron Review and lives in Seattle with her family where she is working on her next book.   More about Ronit: https://ronitplank.com   More about WHEN SHE COMES BACK, a memoir: https://ronitplank.com/book/   Connect with Ronit: https://www.instagram.com/ronitplank/ https://twitter.com/RonitPlank https://www.facebook.com/RonitPlank   Background photo: Canva Headshot photo credit: Sarah Anne Photography Theme music: Isaac Joel, Dead Moll's Fingers

Good, but not the best... a Dancing Gnome podcast
January 2023 with Mel Larrick of Hop Farm Brewing Company

Good, but not the best... a Dancing Gnome podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 109:56


It's a new year and a new episode of Good, but not the best... a Dancing Gnome podcast! I hope all of our listeners had a great holiday season. We get things started on this episode with a new listener review, which transitions into the sweatshirt I was wearing, which transitions into a discussion about Iron City/IC Light/Pittsburgh Brewing Company.  We switched things up this episode by skipping our usual Look Back, Look Ahead segment and instead answered some listener questions submitted on Twitter. Then, we were joined by our guest Mel Larrick of Hop Farm who told us about her background in distilling, working an internship with Sloop Brewing, her favorite Hudson Valley beer, her "most memorable" Pittsburgh beer, and much more! Mel stuck around as we closed the episode with a round of Watch, Listen, Learn! Intro & Outro music by: Kabbalistic Village Break music by: Kevin MacLeod 

The Capitol Pressroom
Bridging the cultural divides in New York farming

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 13:59


Dec. 29, 2022 - Gov. Kathy Hochul has convened a new state task force of government officials and farmers to identify policies that could help the agriculture industry group in the Empire State. Task force member Kama Doucoure, operator of Big Dreams Farm in the Hudson Valley, discusses the challenge of accessing financing, addressing cultural barriers and New York's overtime threshold.

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley
Episode 49: Agroforestry and Biochar

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 31:15


David Newman from Arthur's Point Farm in Ghent, NY, joins the podcast, Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley to talk about ecological restoration and soil health using agroforestry and biochar. Agroforestry is a land management approach that combines with agriculture and trees. Planting trees, shrubs and hedges on farms can give Hudson Valley farmers healthier soil and higher yields – not to mention creating vital homes for wildlife. As well as having a massive positive impact on the soil, the environment and wildlife, agroforestry also boosts productivity as diverse systems are more productive than monocultures. Integrating trees into the landscape also helps to enhance biodiversity and foster climate resilience. Applying biochar may also increase the fertility and health of acidic soils and also increase agricultural productivity. Biochar is a lightweight black residue, made of carbon and ashes, remaining after the pyrolysis of biomass. Biochar carbon remains in the ground for centuries, slowing the growth in atmospheric greenhouse gas levels. Simultaneously, its presence in the earth can improve water quality, increase soil fertility, raise agricultural productivity, and reduce pressure on old-growth forests. Its porous nature is effective at retaining both water and water-soluble nutrients. Learn how you these techniques can be applied to improve the health of your land. Hosts: Tim Kennelty and Jean Thomas Guest: David Newman Photo by: Tim Kennelty Production Support: Linda Aydlett, Teresa Golden, Annie Scibienski

She’s a New Yawker
Mark Strausman: The Man behind the iconic Freds at Barneys and Mark's off Madison

She’s a New Yawker

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 46:50


Our last episode of 2022! We sat down with Mark Strausman, world renowned Chef and NYC Icon in the food and restaurant scene. Strausman is known for creating the iconic restaurant Freds at Barneys New York at Barneys' Madison Avenue. He subsequently developed satellite Freds in Chicago, Los Angeles, and a Freds popup in partnership with LVMH. He owned the Italian restaurant, Campagna, and Agriturismo in New York's Hudson Valley, and partnered to create and manage Coco Pazzo in NYC and Sapore di Mare in East Hampton, NY. Mark tells it like it is with a full run down of 4 out of 5 of the Five F's. He explains the beginnings of his career , the birth of Freds, the concept for Mark's off Madison, and YES, answers the question on everyone's mind "What is the secret to the NYC bagel?!" Mark was the perfect guest to close out our food quarter and an amazing 2022. You can find Mark's off Madison, his newest venture at 41 Madison Avenue Ground Level, New York, NY 10010 Please don't forget to share, rate, and subscribe to the podcast! @thenewyawkers

The Higherside Chats
Bruce G. Hallenbeck | The Kinderhook Creature, Fortean Sightings, & Hudson Valley High Strangeness

The Higherside Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 70:54


***Click here to join THC+ and get full uninterrupted 2 hour episodes, a dedicated Plus RRS feed, lifetime forum access, merch discounts, & other bonuses like free downloads of THC music.*** See detailed sign up options down below. About Today's Guest: Bruce G. Hallenbeck is an author, actor, and screenwriter whose films include Vampyre, Fangs, and The Drowned and whose many books on film history include The Hammer, Frankenstein, Rock'n'Roll Monsters: the American International Story, and Poe Pictures. He is also a cryptozoologist, having written Monsters of New York, co-written Monsters of New Jersey with Loren Coleman, and co-written Monsters of the Northwoods with William Brann, Paul Bartholomew, and Robert Bartholomew. Hallenbeck has also acted in such features as Shadow Tracker, Edge of Reality, and Project D: Classified. He lives in upstate New York with his wife Rosa, four cats, and several ghosts. His latest book, The Kinderhook Creature and Beyond: A Personal Reminiscence is out now. THC Links: Website Proper MeetUps Calendar THC T-shirts & Merch Store  Leave a voicemail for the Joint Session Bonus Shows Leave us an iTunes review THC Communities:  Telegram Subreddit THC Plus Sign-Up Options: Subscribe via our website for a full-featured experience, or Subscribe via Patreon, including the full Plus archive, a dedicated RSS feed, & payment through Paypal. To get a year of THC+ by cash, check, or money order please mail the payment in the amount of $96 to: Greg Carlwood PO Box: 153291 San Diego, CA 92195 Cryptocurrency If you'd like to pay the $96 for a year of THC+ via popular Cryptocurrencies, transfer funds and then send an email to support@thehighersidechats.com  with transaction info and your desired username/password. Please give up to 48 hours to complete. Bitcoin: 1AdauF2Mb7rzkkoXUExq142xfwKC6pS7N1 Ethereum: 0xd6E9232b3FceBe165F39ACfA4843F49e7D3c31d5 Litecoin: LQy7GvD5Euc1efnsfQaAX2RJHgBeoDZJ95 Ripple: rnWLvhCmBWpeFv9HMbZEjsRqpasN8928w3 Solana: FvsBazMY9GAWuWqh5RH7musm9MPUw7a5uF6NVxxhNTqi Doge: D7ueXbfcKfhdAWrDqESrFjFV6UxydjsuCC Monero: 4ApmFHTgU72QybW194iJTZHZb6VmKDzqh5MDTfn9sw4xa9SYXnX5PVDREbnqLNLwJwc7ZqMrYPfaVXgpZnHNAeZmSexCDxM

The Joe Piscopo Show
7 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 12-27-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 53:11


Dr. Rebecca Grant, national security analyst based in Washington, D.C. and the founder of IRIS Independent Research Topic: Russia's Christmas attack on Ukraine, South Korea firing warning shots at North Korea John Solomon, award-winning investigative journalist, founder of "Just The News," and the host of “Just the News, No Noise” on the Real America's Voice network Topic: Twitter COVID censorship, other news of the day Assemblyman Kieran Lalor, Republican representing the Hudson Valley in the New York State Assembly, a marine veteran of the Iraq War Topic: NY lawmakers grant themselves pay raises  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

From Within Podcast

LOOKING BACK ON 2022 In this shorter episode, we briefly talk about our favorite releases from this year. This will be the actual last episode of the year...thanks for all the support this year. The song at the beginning of the episode is titled "Insolar" and is from a new Hudson Valley band called "Godskin Peeler". Demo out on Streets of Hate January 2023

Odd & Untold
Year in Review: 2022 | Episode 29

Odd & Untold

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 78:24


This week I am continuing my tradition of doing a Year in Review! It's a clip show, but a good cross section of guests from the past year, plus some never-before-seen interview footage, as well as some bloopers at the end! Happy holidays to you all, and Happy New Year! #happynewyear #yearinreview #paranormal #supernatural Bethany's Home Sweet Haunted Home Website: https://www.bethanyshomesweethauntedhome.com/home Bigfoot Researchers of the Hudson Valley: https://www.facebook.com/BigfootResearchersOfTheHudsonValley Haunt Jaunts website: https://www.hauntjaunts.net/ The Ridgewalkers website: http://www.theridgewalkers.com/ In the Shadow of Big Red Eye: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDlVedMt24xesCg1wTt0dOQ Check out Riversend, the band behind "Moonlight," our new intro/outro music! Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/1yIwfeu2cH1kDZaMYxKOUe?si=NIUijnmsQe6LNWOsfZ2jPw Riversend Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Riversendband Riversend Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/riversendband/

GSMC Book Review Podcast
GSMC Book Review Podcast Episode 387: Interview with Sue Mell

GSMC Book Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 44:40


Sarah speaks with Sue Mell about her novel Provenance: "Still grieving his wife's early death, DJ has spent the last three years-and the money from her insurance policy-collecting guitars, composing music, and continuing to shop the Brooklyn stoop sales and flea markets they'd always enjoyed. When his building is sold, he takes refuge in his younger sister's half-finished basement, imagining a comfortable and solitary retreat in Hurley, the small Hudson Valley town where they grew up. Instead, he finds himself caught up in her troubling divorce, drafted as caregiver for his 11-year-old niece, and unable to face or afford a storage unit crammed with hundreds of vinyl records and every other scrap of his former life. DJ gifts his niece a marbled glass egg, a porkpie hat, and one of his prized guitars. But what's asked of him, on his return to Hurley is not to give the perfect object-it's to give of himself." If you enjoyed this episode, follow and subscribe to the show: you can find us on iTunes or on any app that carries podcasts as well as on YouTube. Please remember to subscribe and give us a nice review. This way you will always be among the first to get the latest GSMC Book Review Podcasts. We would like to thank our Sponsor: Tate of Portugal www.tateofportugal.com Advertise with US: https://gsmcpodcast.com/advertise-with-us Website: https://gsmcpodcast.com/gsmc-book-review-podcast Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/…/gsmc-book-review-po…/id1123769087 GSMC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-EKO3toL1A Twitter: https://twitter.com/GSMC_BookReview Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GSMCBookReview/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gsmcbookreview Disclaimer: The views expressed on the GSMC Book Review Podcast are for entertainment purposes only. Reproduction, copying, or redistribution of The GSMC Book Review Podcast without the express written consent of Golden State Media Concepts LLC is prohibited.

Get Over It! Podcast
Magical Aging

Get Over It! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 30:08


In Witch Wisdom for Magical Aging: Finding Your Power through the Changing Seasons, Cait Johnson shares how to use to power of the seasons to embrace your journey through the second half of life. You are invited into the magical world of four loving, feisty old witches, one for each season, who share earth-honoring wisdom to help you embrace your journey through the sacred latter half of life. Each witch also shares magical recipes, inspiring rituals, playful activities, and meaningful meditations to help you love yourself through aging. • Presents four loving, feisty old witches, one for each season, who share earth-honoring wisdom, rituals, and spells to help you embrace your journey through the sacred latter half of life • Filled with magical recipes, inspiring ceremonies, playful activities, and meaningful meditations You are invited into the magical world of four loving, feisty old witches, one for each season, who share earth-honoring wisdom, rituals, and spells to help you embrace your journey through the sacred latter half of life. In Winter, the earthy Root Witch reminds us that bodies are made for pleasure and that Winter is made for dreaming. She offers spells, rituals, and ceremonies to reframe your perspectives on aging and promote acceptance of your changing appearance. She also shares secret recipes for a healthy, happy body, focusing on preparations that help maintain and restore hair, skin, and bone. In Spring, the airy Winged Witch offers a witchy approach to spring cleaning, both in the traditional sense and in self-understanding and relationships. She shares recipes and rituals for jettisoning the dead past, discovering your authentic style, adding magic to your clothes, and feathering your nest, so it feels like home to your spirit. The fiery Summer Merwitch helps us to be more joyfully creative, with activities and wisdom to help overcome the obstacles that prevent us from fulfilling our creative dreams. She honors the senses, encourages us to embrace our sexuality, and gives us ways to express our fiery anger cleanly and powerfully. The watery Autumn Kitchen Witch shows us how to honor our harvests and ancestors, make peace with death and make every meal a celebration of life with magical recipes and rituals that bring joy to the soul. The Kitchen Witch also explores several goddesses and wise older women from folklore who can offer templates for a rich and spiritualized maturity. Offering practical and enjoyable ways to make aging an empowering, magical, and transformative adventure, this book of spiritual guidance will help you love yourself through the aging process. We talk about Why do we resist aging The word crone equals crown How to trust your instincts The for seasons The power of saying no The truth about life is everything changes Cait Johnson is an author, counselor, teacher, playwright, performer, and witch. The author of six books, including Witch in the Kitchen and Celebrating the Great Mother, she trained with the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and has a private practice as an editor and intuitive counselor in New York's Hudson Valley. www.caitjohnson.com

Cidiot
84. And It Worked (Season 5 Finale)

Cidiot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 14:00


Cidiot closes out Season 5—the show's biggest yet—with reflections on what worked and what's ahead. Thank you for making Cidiot one of the Hudson Valley's biggest and most loved shows. Stay warm catching up on past episodes and watching the Cidiot anthem video, available here, via Cidiot.com, and on YouTube. Thank you for our sponsors and partners this season, including El Sueco and the Don, Greig Farm, Hudson Valley Kitchen Design Center, Hudson Community Incubator, Taconic Toastmasters Club, Sunflower Market in Woodstock and Rhinebeck, and Scot Hastie of Pardee's Agency (A World Company). Thank you to all the guests this season, including Ben Senterfit and Paul Rivers Bailey, Andrew Addotta, Allison Chawla, Jeremy Franson and Sandra Franson, Emily Sachar, Osun Zotique, Robinson Greig, Elizabeth Sobol, Mary Howard and four other Taconic Toastmasters, Diane Parisella, Kathy Stevens, Brett Barry, Suzanna Hermans, Amy Zimmerman, Amanda Stromoski, Kendra Sinclair and Jared Vengrin, Alissa Hessler, Anne Sanger and Amy Krane. Cidiot 's new season begins March 2023. Would love hear your ideas and comments and please rate & review the show at Cidiot.com or on Apple Podcasts. Stay in touch via Cidiot.com, join the newsletter and follow on Instagram. And come visit. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cidiot/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cidiot/support

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley

Goats are amazing animals. They are tough, versatile and have many uses. Related to sheep, goats are lighter in build and have horns that arch backward, shorter tails, and straighter hair. Goats can survive and thrive just about anywhere. They are browsers and valued for eating inexpensive nutrient sources, such as woody plant and weeds that other livestock typically won't consume. Goats have been used for milk, meat, fur, and skins across much of the world. Milk from goats is often turned into goat cheese. On this fascinating episode of Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley, learn from Peter and Charlene Padin as they talk about their goat farm located in Columbia County. They explain their journey to becoming goat farmers and the joys and challenges of raising an Alpine goat herd. Did you know that goats dance? Charlene also describes the many kinds of cheese that can be made from goat's milk. Hosts: Tim Kennelty and Jean Thomas Guests: Peter and Charlene Padin Photo by: Tim Kennelty Production Support: Linda Aydlett, Annie Scibienski, and Teresa Golden Resources

Hearts of Oak Podcast
Dr Naomi Wolf - DailyClout: Exposing mRNA & the Battle With Yale

Hearts of Oak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 53:43 Transcription Available


DailyClout have done phenomenal work over the last year, they have somehow managed to pull together a volunteer team of thousands to sift through the Pfizer dump and make sense of that mountain of data. What Pfizer have tried to hide, DailyClout have exposed. Dr Naomi Wolf returns to Hearts of Oak to look back at the success of this work and to talk about the recent battle with Yale about mandatory jabs. Dr. Naomi Wolf is a bestselling author, columnist, and professor; she is a graduate of Yale University and received a doctorate from Oxford. She is cofounder and CEO of DailyClout.io, a successful civic tech company. Since the publication of her landmark international bestseller, The Beauty Myth, which The New York Times called “one of the most important books of the 20th century," Dr Wolf's other seven bestsellers have been translated worldwide. The End of America and Give Me Liberty: A Handbook For American Revolutionaries, predicted the current crisis in authoritarianism and presented effective tools for citizens to promote civic engagement. Dr Wolf trains thought leaders of tomorrow, teaching public presentation to Rhodes Scholars and co-leading a Stony Brook University that gave professors skills to become public intellectuals. She was a Rhodes scholar herself, and was an advisor to the Clinton re-election campaign and to Vice President Al Gore. Dr Wolf has written for every major news outlet in the US and many globally; she had four opinion columns, including in The Guardian and the Sunday Times of London. She lives with her husband, veteran and private detective Brian, in the Hudson Valley. Dr Wolf's latest book 'The Bodies of Others: The New Authoritarians, COVID-19 and the War Against the Human' available on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bodies-Others-Authoritarians-COVID-19-Against-ebook/dp/B09YNZ2GXV/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1662632232&sr=8-2 Interview recorded 19.12.22 Follow Dr Wolf and Daily Clout Website: https://www.dailyclout.io/ GETTR: https://gettr.com/user/drnaomirwolf https://gettr.com/user/dailyclout Twitter: https://twitter.com/naomirwolf?s=20&t=C3Z2HzsjHsBtvAirPK3YoA https://twitter.com/DailyClout?s=20&t=C3Z2HzsjHsBtvAirPK3YoA YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU-FMBZNtCdSiYBgJdvJmXw To sign up for our weekly email, find our social media, podcasts, video, livestreaming platforms and more go to https://heartsofoak.org/connect/ Please like, subscribe & share! TRANSCRIPT (Hearts of Oak) And hello, Hearts of Oak. Thank you once again for joining us. It's absolutely wonderful to have Naomi Wolf, Dr Naomi Wolf back with us once again. Naomi, thank you for your time today. (Dr Naomi Wolf) Thank you so much for having me on again. I really appreciate it. (HoO) No, it's wonderful having you. And if people don't know already how to follow you, at Naomi R Wolf down at the bottom on GETTR, dailyclout.io. And Twitter actually, I saw you've been let back and you're still looking at, but no apology for the restriction of information and the harm it's done. So yeah, what are your thoughts on that? (NW) Yeah, well, I haven't tweeted yet because I'm waiting to be advised by my lawyer because we have initiated a gigantic lawsuit against Twitter and these other wrongdoers who have. Colluded illegally to suppress my constitutional First Amendment rights. A private company is free to censor whom they want, but in the United States, they're not free to get together with the CDC and the Department of Homeland Security and the White House, all of whom have been confirmed to have colluded with Twitter. So I'm waiting, but as you noted. I did post on GETTR that I don't think it's cute at all. I don't understand people's kind of, you know, oh, hooray, welcome back. It's so exciting. These people, you know, we shouldn't have ever let them become our town square. We shouldn't have ever given up the way human beings communicate with each other. We should not have let, you know, local newspapers die for lack of subscribers because people got seduced by free news and the free news got scooped up by Facebook and Twitter. This is on us and we should never again let ourselves be kind of grateful for having our rights given to us. We've seen how that works. So they destroyed my life. I mean. In many ways, I took a six figure hit for my company. Investors pull out when Twitter castigated me around the world as a crazy person at the behest of my government for whom I had voted. So I don't think it's cute. I don't think it's funny. And I'm not going to, you know, I'm not going to go without a fight. They're going to pay for what they did. And it's not just about me. It's about every single voice that was silenced. It's about the principle of private companies, you know, engaging in literally the definition of fascism by coordinating with governments to suppress freedom of speech and dissent. (HoO) Yeah, not completely. The other way people can follow you, of course, is Substack. So naomiwolf.substack.com and you get those directly in your inbox. And that's also a way of supporting you because what you're doing doesn't come cheap. We'll talk about the volunteer team, but I guess Substack is one way that people can sign up for free, but also they can go for a paid service and that helps you do what you're doing. (NW) I appreciate you mentioning that. Thank you. to be super clear that my sub stack is my personal kind of platform on which I share all of my writerly thoughts as a writer and it doesn't go to daily clout. I just want people to know that if they want to support daily clout, would please that it, you know, that is super important, especially because we have five legal teams, demanding justice of the evil doers of the last two and a half years, which is very, very expensive. So people can get all my substack on daily clout, but they can also get the work of the 3,500 experts that the amazing project director and our COO now, Amy Kelly has organized into a research fighting force that's breaking headline after headline about what's in the Pfizer documents.  And we've got a number of really important initiatives to support in 2023. One of them is clean voting, clean, you know, we're going to pass clean voting bills in 50 states and federally. And of course. We're aiming, as I may have told you last time, at launching a daily clout UK as soon as we can get the funding. But yes, thank you for mentioning that Peter right out of the gate, because we are in this crazy time in which they're like, I don't know, maybe under 50 really committed freedom fighters with national or global platforms. And so many people are grateful to all of us, but not as many people actually realize we have to pay the bills, we have to pay hosting, we have to pay for equipment, production costs, editors, videographers, and all that support counts. And to your organization as well, I hope everyone's sending Christmas gifts and Hanukkah gifts to Hearts of Oak because that's really important to you. (HoO) Thank you. Thank you. And of course, this time of year, Christmas time is time for gifts. And we, I think the first time you're on, we looked at your book, The Body of Others, and that is available. If it's too late to get a hardback, I know it's available on e-book and downloadable as an audiobook. What's the deal with that being available? Obviously I'm here in the UK, it's probably not a book which you would find in your local bookshop. What's the deal over in the US? Has that been restricted at all? Is it simply available online from your website and from Amazon? What's the situation? (NW) Yeah, well Amazon, thanks for asking. Amazon did play a lot of silly games in trying to restrict access. Amazon is one of the bad guys in the bodies of others. So that wasn't surprising. That seems to have calmed down, but you're quite right that all of my books, I've been doing this for 35 years, right? I've written seven bestsellers and most of them have been bestsellers in Britain. And I've longstanding ties with the UK. I lived in the UK for many years. I lived in Scotland for many years, Oxford. Literally everybody in Britain who says they go into Waterstones or they go into even Blackwell's or any bookstore asking for my book, it's not out. The Body of Others is not out. And there's a kind of grudging willingness to order it. And the same is true in the United States. I mean, it was bizarre. We sold more copies for a number of weeks than the copies that were on the New York Times bestseller list of other books. Like thousands and thousands more copies. The New York Times just would not put me on its best seller list. So, you know, the body of others has had a journey, but it's getting into the hands of readers. You can get it on Amazon, I believe. You can get it, sometimes Amazon will say, we don't ship there, which is something Amazon never says about anything else anywhere. And you can get it at allseasonspress.com, but I do want to tell people, very exciting. There's a gift boxed set that's just been made available of my book and Robert Kennedy Jr's The Real Anthony Fauci together. And I really do think that's so exciting, quite historic because I do feel like those books should be read side by side. R.F.K Jr's book really tells the inside story of the crimes of Dr. Fauci, not just now, but leading up to now. He's not new at crime. And my book kind of gives the social and cultural and economic background for how Dr. Fauci exploited, and probably helped to launch the illnesses and promoted these injections of the last two and a half years. To the detriment of all of us. So I'm really excited to tell people that that's out there. Encourage them to gift it to your loved ones, especially those who don't believe any of it. It is a perfect Christmas present. It is a perfect gift to people. And that box says available on dailyclout.io. It's just there on the left-hand side. People can click on it and order it. (HoO) Now, Naomi, you've founded Daily Clout back in 2016. And this year, 2022, you've done an overview of what it's been like in the three areas, you kind of focused on in it were what legal webinars to help citizens fight back against officials and employers. Five freedoms, draft legislation to protect freedoms. Pfizer vaccine trial research. Now, certainly for me personally, it's the Pfizer vaccine trial research that I know much more about. Tell us about the legal webinars because many people have found themselves in problems, certainly at the workplace and in different areas with officials with the tyranny we've all faced. So tell us about those webinars. And how they can assist the public. (NW) Sure. Oh, just to note, I co founded it with a co founder named Lisa Thomas. But I am the CEO and president. And so thank you for that summary of our huge, you know, milestones in 2022. Again, with everyone's support, we could not have done it without the support of your audience and, and others. So the legal webinars are really an incredible model. Most of them have been with this lawyer in Buffalo, New York, named James Ostrowski, and he is a fierce freedom fighter, but he's also very, very good at explaining legal processes to people. A huge part of our mission in our kind of core deliverable is that we aim to demystify legislation. We aim to make democracy more usable by absolutely anyone, to disintermediate the experts who are trying to shut people out of the process. And so it's definitely on mission for us on brand to have a wonderful lawyer explaining to people, saving them thousands of dollars, how they can file their own lawsuits, civil suits, and also file criminal charges. So he did two really powerful webinars, one in which he explained to people who were very upset about, at that point, masking children in schools and injecting children, and teens with mRNA injections in schools without parental consent. In the United States, he taught people how to file civil charges themselves basically against any elected official from the school board all the way up to the governor you know all the way up to on a federal level which I love like why not right these people are absolute criminals and they need to be personally accountable because so much of what we saw in the last two and a half years came from a clear sense of impunity you know these people thought they would never be held accountable personally and the other thing he taught people is how to file criminal charges with, for instance, your local sheriff's office. For instance, if they're masking your child, you notify the authorities that they're engaging in child abuse. And that's not a slam dunk. You still have to have enforcement. But it did, I know that all of these citizens filing all of these actions across the country, whether they were gestural or not, whether the authorities followed up or not, did create second thoughts and it changed the atmosphere. And as a former political consultant, and the same with the Five Freedoms campaign, where we met with legislators in five states to pass bills ending the state of emergency, mask mandates, ending vaccine mandates, allowing freedom of assembly, and opening schools because at that time schools were closed. We may not have passed all those bills in every state, but legislators have told us that the scrutiny and the empowerment of citizens really created a leverage point to break that kind of mass of tyranny and impunity state by state. So I know that that's powerful because people think twice when they get a lawyer's letter or when their criminal charges filed against them. They may not go right to jail, but they don't forge ahead in quite the same way. (HoO) Tell us when you look back because I think one of the main focuses of Daily Clout when I started was looking at legislation and BILLCAM is there and it's quite a unique feature showing what is happening, who's proposed amendments and everything is there. I know from working in parliament here in the UK it's sometimes extremely difficult to find out what is happening to make any sense of it. But that was your focus and what's happened over the last 18 months or so is probably a move away from that, although it is looks to look at legislation, but many other attacks. As you kind of finish the year, what are your thoughts as you look back on what actually Daily Clout have achieved in a changing environment, I guess?  (NW) I love your questions. Thank you. Well, just, you know, you're right to notice that Daily Clout the editorial side has really, I wouldn't say split away from legislation, the legislative focus but you know expanded because of the the urgent civil rights threat posed by mandated vaccines. Like we're not, we weren't founded for health freedom. A lot of the people we work with, a lot of our allies, you know, were founded for health freedom. But right now in history in the West, certainly and globally, the way that human liberties are being restricted and human life is being threatened, and crimes are being committed is through the weaponization of medicine or medical discourse medical interventions, medical interventions. So that we have devoted a ton of editorial focus to that. But the, the kind of product side is, is still robust and we're kind of increasingly separating these into kind of two, not two companies, but two brands really, because we are just launching our business to business product, which I'm so, so excited about where you can, you know, if you're an advocacy organization, can get just if you do you know health care you can get just health care legislation in your own portal if you're in finance you can get just banking legislation in your own portal and so on so that'll empower everyone you know but it'll it'll also be you know specifically focused on presenting legislation in a way that is specific to your own whatever it is you're interested in specifically. And I want to say that 125,000 people have used, BILLCAM a month. So it's really successful. So we're going to keep growing but in parallel tracks. And as you mentioned, Daily Clout itself, the big project that really was the hallmark of 2022 was this amazing assortment 3,500 experts going through the Pfizer documents. And I'm so proud of them and of Amy Kelly. (HoO) But tell us about that because I know we've touched on it before, but that was a mammoth effort. And I guess the data was released in a way that didn't make sense and wasn't possible, to analyse it. Most people then would have put on social media and complained about that. But. Actually it's a different thing to complaining the situation and doing something about it. And you pull together that team and if it wasn't for the efforts of those volunteers connected with Daily Clout, with War Room, then the public wouldn't actually have been aware of all of the failings through that process. (NW) Yeah, that was honestly, I just can't even explain the success of that project without feeling like we had some kind of metaphysical wind at our backs, because you can imagine, And I really cannot take credit for it. I mean, when I tried to say, okay, we're going to put a call out for experts to read these documents, because I really do believe in and I've had good experience like crowdsourcing expertise, that's part of the idea behind BILLCAM, right? Like people can comment on these dense pieces of legislation and illuminate them kind of collectively. But when I went before the great Amy Kelly, I, and even my colleagues, we were hurting cats. I mean, it was like literally beyond anyone's managerial ability or, or even like, how do you even digitally manage 3,500 experts reading through 55,000 documents? But Amy Kelly has supernatural powers of management and organization. I literally don't understand how she does it, but she came in and, you know, the only credit I can take is that I recognize incredible leadership skills when I see them. And she did us the honour of becoming our project manager and now our COO, as well as our project manager. And she just magically organized these 3500 experts in medicine and science, biostatisticians, medical fraud investigators, data analysts, lab clinicians, physicians, nurses into six teams. And then there's kind of an expert group reviewing the work of each of the six teams. And then it goes through a checking process with a meta team. And then it goes through editorials so that we take, and this is again, This is the only other little piece I can take credit for. It's very hard to turn even the most accessible medical writing into journalism that everyone can understand. But it's so important for everyone to understand it. So there's a robust kind of back and forth to get those reports readable. And then we launch them. But I've just got to credit her. And these 3,500 people who are literally around the world working for free, drawing on their expertise, many of them can't even be named because they're kind of doing it surreptitiously because they would get fired, you know, if they use their expertise publicly to help their fellow human beings and to stop the greatest medical fraud in human history and not just greatest medical fraud, but to stop what is clearly turning into a mass murder event. So I just like, it's so beautiful that these 3,500 nameless souls, you know, labour and serve humanity in this way. And we also have these 250 volunteer lawyers, many of whom have now started to write letters, to attorneys general across the United States, warning them of reckless endangerment, of fraud, of misleading advertising, various crimes that Pfizer is committing specifically. (HoO) Well, there are many things which you've helped expose. I know just this week, I think it was a few days ago, you were talking about hypertension. And whenever the layperson hears terms, I think, well, it doesn't sound good. But on the article you put this, known as elevated blood pressure, a serious medical condition that significantly increases the risk of heart, brain, kidney, and other diseases. And you were talking about this of what you've pulled out from the Pfizer, but also from VAERS data, which just adds to everything else that is coming out. Do you want to let us know what you've found on that? (NW) Sure. It's very important. I mean, this team has found so many headlines that really have saved lives, and this is another one. So someone very close to me, whom I cannot name, perfectly healthy 84-year-old woman, perfectly healthy before she got three, injections, Moderna. Was taken to the hospital over the past weekend because of tightness in her chest and they diagnosed hypertension, which literally this is a woman who has eaten right her entire life, exercised her entire life. She's the right weight for her height. She's just everything right. You know, hypertension in our family, nothing, right? And suddenly this manifests. So of course her doctors are like, as they always are, with all of these side effects with everyone I know who's being injured by the vaccines, the doctors like, we have no idea. And then it's literally right there in the Pfizer documents, like whatever it is these people are suffering from that they didn't suffer from before. You know, we do a search with this tool. One of our volunteers created called abstractor and there it is. So I asked Amy Kelly to search for hypertension or high blood pressure in Pfizer documents. And she found 242 different iterations. And then she searched the VAERS database and what the results she got were 108,000 rows of data. So, and the system said, we can't even print this out for you, you have to resubmit under 10,000 rows each. So it was like a signal so massive, it broke the pipeline essentially. And for your audience in the UK, excuse me, and even in the US and around the world, The VAERS database is supposed to be the thing that... of harm that the CDC, our Center for Disease Control, our big kind of medical safety agency is supposed to be monitoring. Like that's Rochelle Walensky's job. That's literally her main job. And here is the signal so massive that it kind of overwhelmed her own system. And yet it was Amy Kelly in a guest bedroom in Denver, Colorado, who found it, and me in a guest bedroom in Salem, Massachusetts, who's announcing it to the world, instead of the multi-billion dollar CDC, funded with our tax dollars. And then Dr. Ely did a recheck. He verified her results. And he also, he's a VAERS CDC expert because of his own work with senators, Linthicum and Senator Thatcher in Oregon, with a grand jury investigation demand of the CDC, for data mishandling. And he found tens of thousands of results of high blood pressure in the VAERS database and 1500 people died, 1500 people died. And again, the variations on high blood pressure are so massive and we now have Vigilant Fox who's joined us, which I'm proud to say. He's a wonderful kind of commentator who boils down stories and creates videos. And he's a former nurse. And he explained, I'm like, why is hypertension a big deal? Why do we care about it? It doesn't sound that serious, right? And he explained, you know, that it can be very dangerous. He explained it in his piece about what we found. And Dr. Ely elaborated on why hypertension is so serious. You can die of it. People are dying of it. So, you know, we have to add these 1500 people minimum because the VAERS under reports by one, I'm sorry, the VAERS is estimated to report only one to 10% of the true number of adverse events. So we've got, you know, scores, what would it be if you've got 1500, we could have 15,000 people dead of hypertension who would not have been dead of hypertension prior to receiving the mRNA vaccines. And also the last thing I'll say about this is that all of these horrible pieces are starting to fit together, Peter, medically. I've talked about lipid nanoparticles. They're an industrial fat. Well, they're in your blood now, you know, if you've been vaccinated. So there are all these clotting effects, these lung clots, blood clots, the Pfizer documents are full of clots. And nurses have even described the difference between vaccinated being very viscous, and unvaccinated blood being a different color and not not so thick. These industrial fats exist, they're like a like the opposite of an emulsifier. They exist to thicken things. Right. and as I reported earlier and I'm surprised no one's really paying attention to this, but it's more of a kind of industrial product discussion than a medical product discussion, which may be why the doctors are not wading into it. But lipid nanoparticles, they solidify at room temperature. They get thicker as you warm them. And I warned everyone, remember all that weird chilling, that it has to be so cold, it has to be so cold. And I did a piece on the variability. I think we talked about this of instructions that how cold to keep the vaccines. Well, what good does it do to keep this material super freezing chilled in a freezer if you inject it into a human body, which is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, you know, some Celsius, you know, it's going to change. And so if you think about what hypertension does to the heart, right, it makes the heart work harder, it pushes the blood against the arteries, you know, more than it should be pushed against the arteries. That's an effect you would get if your blood is sticky, as Dr. Ely said. And he actually has a different mechanism for what causes the sticky blood and explained that in more detail. But, you know, there could be multiple factors, you know, ruining people's blood, basically, in circulation. And I'm just heartsick about this. And I hope, I hope millions of people watch this interview, because right now, pretty much nobody knows outside of you, me, and and the War Room posse and whoever's reading our sub stacks about this, that this is happening. That's a side effect. (HoO) Well, one of the things that really has worried me is the whole issue of blood transfusion. And I know there has been one case in New Zealand with parents losing access to their child because they wanted the child to have a transfusion with unvaccinated blood. And I know, I think on Daily clout, there's an interview there with an organization that looks at this. And that's a whole other area because many of us no longer trust our health system. And therefore what happens if you're in need of blood? And that's a huge step because very few of us have any idea of how to even set up a system whereby that's available. Because you obviously don't want to receive blood if it is infected with something that can cause damage to your body. (NW) Absolutely. And this is, it's such a heart-breaking, unbelievable story, but it's also so predictable. I mean, I say unbelievable and predictable at the same time. Those are the times we're living in. Months and months ago, I warned on War Room that the last step of this train we were on would be that people's children would be removed from them. That is the ultimate leverage. And that's what that we're seeing in formerly free, formerly enlightened New Zealand and subsequently around the world. Like if we don't fight this fight in every country, that's gonna be everywhere. The whole world is gonna be like China and now like New Zealand and like Australia in horrible ways and on and on. And I'm hearing terrible things about Britain about restricting assembly. I need to find out more about that or restricting travel. But back to your question about blood, it is true that I don't believe anything these people say anymore either. I mean, my loved one said with relief that this bracelet she'd been assigned to wear, someone had told her returns unreliably high numbers. different kinds of medical bracelet. And my first thought was, well, of course it does, because that's how you guarantee the endless consumption of the hypertension medications, which are made by guess who, Pfizer. So yeah, I don't trust any of them. The blood supply is a bad question, but predictably, unvaccinated semen, unvaccinated eggs. Unvaccinated surrogate moms and unvaccinated blood are gonna be the black market or the gold of the near future if they aren't already. And I do think we have to create an alternative medical system as well as an alternative scientific system, alternative economic system. But I know that some doctors have started to do this. I know that Dr. Alexander and Dr. McCullough and other dissident doctors have united in something I think is called the Wellness Project. And I just would refer people to them and to FLCCC and to Dr. Ely because I don't know that they have access to unvaccinated blood, but I think we're gonna start to have like networks of donors, informally, people saying like, I'll step in for your baby, I'm type O or I'm unvaccinated. I mean, it's going to be like an underground railroad, medically. (HoO) Well, I don't know whether it will be that people just have a small freezer at home and they stick their blood in. It's a strange way. Again, we have to look for solutions to the madness that we face and the solutions can be very different from what's been done before. But then over in, it seems to be that there is actually more voices, certainly in the political realm. Here we've had Andrew Bridgen MP who stood up and called for mRNA vaccines to be immediately suspended certainly with children. And I know I watched the whole day of meetings with Senator Ron Johnson, Senator Rand Paul has been very vocal as has Ron De Santos. Are you seeing a change because you're putting the information out, and others are putting the information out. It is all there to read and to make an informed decision that this is not good. We must immediately suspend until further notice. Are we seeing a change with some of our politicians actually wakening up to it?  (NW) I mean, yes, yes and no. I think it's huge that you had a parliamentarian call for this. And culturally, when a taboo is broken, that has a big impact, even if you don't get immediate colleagues rushing to stand next to him or immediate positive press coverage. Things are changing, not fast enough, not comprehensively enough. I'm a lifelong Democrat, I'm now an independent, but the change in the makeup of the House in the United States starting in January, that Republicans will be in charge. That is having a ripple effect around the world or certainly around the West because different people will be able to hold investigations, have subpoena power. And so if there have been alliances, for instance, between Britain and the US, which there often are around these issues, those will be disclosed. And I guess I just don't get that happy about it, but I'm also very annoyed because what you're gonna start to see is rats jumping ship, or people, and I'm seeing this with the, you know, literati and the intelligentsia. Oh, I never believed that. I was always there with you, you know, I, you know, with that things were crazy, right? I mean, you know, and so people are trying to get ahead of indictments and they're trying to lay down paper trails in the event of investigation. And in some cases, and I think we'll see this with people Rochelle Walensky, Dr. Walensky, Dr. Fauci, and my husband Brian O'Shea, an investigator many years in the intelligence community, points this out. The first person to get to turning on their peers gets a reduced sentence or other kinds of immunity. So I think we're going to see a rush to throw others under the bus once the Republicans take power.  But it's not enough. I mean there are still ads every day, people tell me in states across my country telling people to inject their children. The CDC still lies every single day. I can't believe what I saw just this morning. The CDC is telling people on its website that teenagers and minors have a right to choose vaccination of any kind in spite of their parents' wishes. It's not true. It's a lie. But they just lie and lie and lie. Dr. Ely broke this story yesterday when I interviewed him or the day before, I beg your pardon, that is shocking. He found that the CDC has removed 32,000 cases. I may have the number slightly..... I'll say tens of thousands till I can check the number, but cases of myocarditis from the VAERS database between September and December, just removed them, which is illegal and probably has to do with, you mentioned DeSantis. Governor DeSantis and Dr. Lattapos' plans for a grand jury investigation, that's Dr. Walensky covering up evidence of a crime, right, or trying to.  So yes, things are changing, but as a journalist, I guess I'm especially angry as a journalist because the Guardian isn't joining you in saying, here's investigative reporting we've done, this has to stop. They took the money. The BBC took all the money. They're not joining you in actually investigating the spike, the doubling of baby deaths. They call it a spike, to hide the number in Scotland.  I mean, so many things are not happening with the news media because of the pipeline of money and because of their own complicity. They committed crimes too, they took the money and they have blood on their hands and people died. And I don't know how that will play out, in terms of litigation, but I know that when this worm actually turns and the bodies have been duly counted, that the diabilities, and every country now is showing a signal of dramatic 13% rise in Australia above the norm for deaths, unexplained deaths, 20% I believe in Germany, and the unborn babies, the drop in babies that Igor Chudin documented, an average of 20% I believe worldwide in the, databases he's looked at. Media are going to be hauled into court for participating in fraud and reckless endangerment. And I'm a free speech absolutist, but they deserve to because it is illegal to endanger people and kill them by covering things up and forcing them basically to make choices they wouldn't make otherwise.  So it's going to be a bloodbath. (HoO) How do you think that, because one of the headlines from Senator Ron Johnson's hearings was, and I think you covered in Daily Clout, analysis shows 26% worse mortality amongst mRNA vaccinated. So the information is out there, at some point people have to be held to account. And often in the UK being held to account means actually promoted or given a better job somewhere. That's what you're held to a coin. Heads do not roll. I'm guessing at some point those in charge in the CDC, in the pharm industry need to be penalized, be punished for what's happened. Is that private prosecutions? Is that state by state? Is the whole De Santos being vocal? Is that a breakthrough in that area? (NW) Well, De Santos is being more than vocal, he's calling for a grand jury investigation. And that's serious. And he's the first governor to do that. And I know that his popularity is off the charts. So punishment for COVID crimes is going to play very, very well in many parts of our country and probably in yours as well. Because the truth has a way of coming out. In spite of Britain being in a more opaque information bubble than the US, from what I can see, there are people like you and people like Mark Steyn and a few other truth tellers. People just aren't stupid. They look around and look at the symptoms that their loved ones experience and they put pieces together over time. So yes, DeSantis' approach is important, again, culturally, by breaking that seal, not just saying, well, because what the evildoers want to do now is, that Emily Osterpiece, we didn't know, the science was evolving, it's time for amnesty, let's make s'mores and sing kumbaya, crazy, crazy times. And that's..... there's a reason there was an Nuremberg trial after World War Two. There's a reason that the Nazi doctors were hanged, you know, in a long, a long. People in journalism who promoted Nazi policies were also punished cruelly. And that has to happen, right? If that hadn't happened, Nazism would have reared its ugly head much earlier. But how can I put it? I think that there's a risk that the move on forces will prevail unless we are very assertive and strategic and organized. And here's one reason why. Even though the Republicans are in power in the U.S., Bill and Melinda Gates are still out there pouring money into every news outlet, filling the coffers of left and right. And the same pharma money goes to your country, and the same big tech money goes, to distort your media and your social discourse. And the other thing is that I just have to be honest, we fought really hard in the United States to get some of our democracy back, like really hard grassroots, moms organizing, people doing audits, people kind of educating themselves through entities like BILLCAM, what does the law really say? How do I talk to my, showing up in Albany, showing up at their state houses, in Britain? I'm sorry to say this, I love Britain dearly. You're in a post-democratic situation now. I created BILLCAM partly because I did an informal poll of people around me in Oxford in a pub like five years ago and said, do you know how to lobby your member of parliament? And do you know how to, and this was when Britain was still part of the European Union, do you know how to lobby your MEP? And nobody knew. And there's no disrespect to the British. Your system has deliberately been made. One of the greatest democracies, the original democracy in the world, the process of, as you know, from having worked in parliament. The lobbying of your representative process is so opaque and mysterious that people have been completely disempowered. And the last thing I'll say, and then I will really stop, is part of why we're so eager to launch Daily Clout and BILLCAM is that part of the reason I designed it the way I did is from having looked at parliament.uk. and your legislative database. Is it literally impossible to find out what the laws are? I mean, my book was smeared, a book I wrote about 19th century British laws about sodomy was smeared and attacked based on a law that no one could find, right? A legislative database that was completely opaque. And when you try to follow parliament.gov.uk, it often sends you in a circle and it ends in a dead link or it says things like, well, these laws are in scrolls and you have to be a lawyer to access that. Like scrolls, like that is not a thing in the digital era. And so it's very disturbing that digital technology is used to put forward a face of accessibility, especially in Britain, but actually used to hide and conceal legislation and legislative processes from the citizens. Sorry to be so nerdy, but I care a lot about this. (HoO) No, our laws are opaque and also can be read in so many different ways and that's the problem. And then the courts spend their time trying to make sense of bad legislation, which keeps getting different amendments put on it. But I want to finish off just by, you said about Bill and Melinda Gates are still around, talked about the money going into institutions and. One of those institutions is Yale University. And you put up a number of things, obviously you were at Yale, which I think says the third oldest university in the States, then look back, in Oxford was there 300 years before. So, but we'll not even get into that. You've spoken about this and highlighted the money going into Yale and I guess that control. Tell us about that because that shows the hold that these large institutions have on our education system. (NW) Yeah, that was a shocker. So I was invited to speak at a rally outside of Yale against this hellish policy the university has mandated that even if students, undergraduates, healthy undergraduates have both the initial injections and booster, they have to take the bivalent booster before they can even come back to campus after winter break and resume their studies. And, this is, I mean you can imagine how insane this is as more and more and more evidence mounts up that particularly young adults are at greater, I mean the British Medical journal just ran a piece just in time for Yale to save face if it repeals its mandate by the way but you know whatever works you know pointing out that young adults it's unethical to have university mandates because young adults are at more risk from the injection and myocarditis and they don't you know not to mention the menstrual problems that women are suffering then and they are from the virus itself. And so I gave a speech, you know, I am a mom and if parents don't speak up about, and I'm an alumna, you know, and if parents and alumni don't speak up to protect these undergraduates, and the faculty and staff are not mandated, meaning the administration isn't mandated. It's just the kids, it's just the students, right? Makes no sense at all, no sense at all. And so I thought, well, what, you know, usually there's money driving insane policies. And again, my, got to credit, Brian O'Shea. The world's best investigator, he quickly fell on the money trail by looking at a database of government funding called TAGGS and as well as Yale's own internal records. And Yale makes 200 million more every year year from HHS grants, then from then from tuition. So that's $600 million a year from HHS, about 400 plus from tuition. And so they need HHS more than they need their students. So they're basically at in my argument, trafficking their students. Yale has received $6 billion from HHS since 1998, 1.7 billion since COVID began. And I broke out individual grants and there's so much nonsensical bribery, like, you know, over a million dollars to go to Karachi to look at burial grounds to assess the impact of COVID, to look at burial grounds, you don't know how they died, right? They're dead, they're buried. You know, not looking at medical records, not looking at, you know, like, look, physically look at burial grounds or 3.4 million for student emergency COVID care. And it takes you to a dead link. What did they use that for? forced injections? distance learning? who knows? But the point is they're literally trafficking the kids. And I looked at the Connecticut and federal law against human trafficking, and it literally applies to what Yale is doing because you don't have to be sexually trafficked or transported to be trafficked. You have to be forced or coerced to provide labour or services that you have a legal right to refuse. And that's literally what's happening to the bodies of students at Yale. And for sure, as I said in my speech, going to be young men whose hearts are damaged, who could drop dead, young women who will be permanently injured menstrually with, I mean, in Pfizer documents, the horrors around menstruation. Either 20 different names in Pfizer documents for horrible things that happen to your body menstrually, like menstruating always, right? Or two periods, like, can you imagine being a female student menstruating every single day of your life, or two periods a month, or horrible haemorrhages, agonizing cramps. So in addition to trafficking, in my view, it's also a violation of Title IX because they're certainly going to be inflicting on some of those undergraduate women infertility and agonizing disability. So that was what I had to say there. And I hope and believe they're hearing from alumni and parents but sadly from what I heard from at least one parent Yale is tasking this horrible woman named Stephanie Spengler, Dr. Spengler, with managing the calls from distraught parents. Stephanie Spengler was the woman tasked with managing my trying to file a grievance against an active sexual predator on campus. She's the managing of injustices and she literally is sending parents in circles. not saving the kids yet. The kids are still at risk. And I don't know the situation in the UK. I mean, are they mandating Oxford and Cambridge students? (HoO) I think it depends on someone. I talked to a friend of mine and sadly they were going to University for Medicine and sadly they made the choice to get injected to be able to go. It seems to be that there are quite a number of universities. It's not across the board and of course they make their own decisions each time. And after someone's been accepted, everything's ready and then suddenly they say, oh, of course you're vaccinated. You know, at some point, the closer you get to actually attending it, it's too late. You can't just go and change your mind and go elsewhere. So yeah, that's exactly, (NW) I'm sorry to jump in there, Peter, but this is super painful what you're describing, this young woman Phoebe Liu is a University of Connecticut student, she's like 19 or 20, she said that they dangle just what you said, they're on campus, they've chosen their classes, they paid their money and that the university dangles their future like a lure on a string and withholds it, for these constantly escalating physical requirements. And as I put it in my speech, it's not just the harm to these young people's bodies. What it's doing to them psychologically is going to scar them for life. And they're being groomed to accept a terrorizing reality in which authorities can do anything at any time to you. (HoO) And again, in the UK, you don't get to choose. So you turn up and you get injected into whatever they have that day. So I've talked to doctors who have gone for the jabs and they have no idea what they're going to get. They just, well, whatever they put in me and that level of absolute belief and confidence in your government is frightening. But that's where we are. (NW) They don't know what brand or what dose?  (HoO) When they arrive, if they ask, they can be told, but whenever you make an appointment. You can't say, I would prefer to have the Johnson & Johnson because not an mRNA as opposed to Pfizer. You don't get to choose that. You turn up and you get whatever they give you on the day. No choice. (NW) I just want to tell people that the Pfizer documents show that Moderna is three times more lethal than Pfizer and of course Pfizer is more lethal than J&J. (HoO) Wow. On that happy note, we will finish off. Thank you Dr. Naomi Wolf for joining us. It's absolutely wonderful to have you on and thank you for coming on, sharing what Daily Clout have been doing over the last year and what you've been doing. So thank you so much for, your time. (NW) Thank you, Peter. And I should end by saying, you know, it has been a year of great progress when all of us have been fighting together. So let's hope that 2023 will be sane and healthy and back to a post-enlightenment discourse in liberty for all. And thank you so much for your support for our work as well. (HoO) No, not at all. And just to our viewers and listeners, if you haven't already got Bodies of Evidence, it is a wonderful Christmas present to give to someone to help open their eyes a little bit. So I'd encourage you to get a copy, if you can't get a hard copy of this set it's available certainly on ebook and audiobook.

3 Stars Podcast
S4E4: Let's Go Overett AGAIN!

3 Stars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 92:51


We have a guest today that has been on our show before. He is the Concept Coordinator Union Lodge No. 1, was in the first Garnish Games, works for Liquid Productions (who assist with Tales of the Cocktail) and is a master of craft cocktology. When we recorded with him last time we focused on what he did at Union Lodge No. 1, this time we're going to focus on one of his other accomplishments, culinary school and how being a chef actually helps with craft cocktails. If you like the show, leave us a review through whichever platform you listen on, AND we promise to not make fun of you OR rate your review on the show. AND SUBSCRIBE Brad: the entire service industry Bill: our entire audience (listeners) (I will not be outdone Brad.) Colin: Therapists Everywhere Samantha: My Therapist! And our good friend Ashley! APPETIZER: Johnson & Wales University-Denver (4.3), Aurora, CO 2 Stars, Google 5 years ago Beautiful campus and mostly good professors. But way too expensive for what you're getting. The only reason It's getting 2 stars is because of the professors that I personally had. The classrooms were small and personal so the teachers actually knew your name and cared about your success. Other than that, you're bored most of the time and the dorms feel like a high school boarding school. Food was questionable most of the time despite it being a culinary arts school...? Don't go unless you have money to spend and close social connections. Left after one year and don't ever care to look back. Worst social experience I've ever had. Behind Bars with Bill: Garnishes (specifically blue cheese stuffed olives) https://punchdrink.com/articles/dirty-martini-blue-cheese-stuffed-olive/ Main Course: The Bocuse Restaurant (4.6), Hyde Park, NY 3 Stars, Google 4 years ago I was very excited to try out the Bocuse as I was looking to impress some business guests and had never myself been to a French restaurant that I can recollect. The dishes are very pretty looking but for the most part (what I ordered) I felt was u derwhelming. Service was slow and choppy as can be expected when you are dealing with students so no points deducted there. Everyone was very friendly. My issue was with the food. There are many restaurants in the Hudson Valley that I feel have much more to offer at least for my personal tastes. The black truffle soup I felt was too thin although the puff pastry on top was good. The charcuterie was decent but not top notch. As far as the apps go the risotto was where it was at. I had the beef dinner which was prepare nicely and tasted good but nothing to write home about. The molten lava cake was over cooked and not “molten” at all. Honestly for the price it was worth a try but I don't believe that I would go out of my way to come back again. With that said some of my guests were very happy and would definitely come back so just like many other things it all comes down to the person. Hope this review helps! HAPPY HOUR: S'mores White Russian Vodka, Richardo's Decaf Coffee Liqueur, Marshmallow Syrup, Half and Half, Marshmallow and Graham Cracker Rim Talking Seasonal Cocktail Menus DESSERT: The Bocuse Restaurant(4.6) Hyde Park, NY 1 Star, Google 4 years ago Very expensive but lousy food. The duck was rubbery. The truffle soup was tasteless and had no truffles. Nice kids but they do not know how to cook. The Bocuse Restaurant(4.6), Hyde Park, NY 1 Star, Google 3 years ago Best ever. Service was exceptional. Food a wonderful blend of tastes and textures. So enjoyable!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/3starspodcast/message

Just Get Started Podcast
#317 Everett Harper on Testing Your Ideas Early and Often

Just Get Started Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 39:02


Episode 317 features Everett Harper, the CEO, and co-founder of Truss, a human-centered software development company, named as an Inc 5000 fastest-growing private company for 2020 and 2021. He is the author of the new book, "Move to the Edge, Declare It Center".Find the book here - https://www.amazon.com/Move-Declare-Center-Everett-Harper/dp/1119849888Find Everett Online:Website: https://www.everettharper.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/everettharper/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everettharper/Twitter: https://twitter.com/everettharperAbout Everett:Everett Harper is the CEO and co-founder of Truss, a human-centered software development company, named as an Inc 5000 fastest-growing private company for 2020 and 2021. He is a rare combination of a Black entrepreneur, Silicon Valley pedigree, National Champion, and a proven record for solving complex problems with social impact.He had the foresight to build a company that's been remote-first since 2011, and salary-transparent since 2017, anticipating the importance of hybrid work and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) by a decade. Before Truss, Everett was at Linden Lab, maker of Second Life, a pioneering virtual world, and Bain and Company management consultants.Though both his parents had pioneering careers as software programmers for IBM, Everett is the first in his family to attend college, as an A.B. Duke Scholar at Duke University. While majoring in biomedical and electrical engineering at Duke, he also won an NCAA National Championship in soccer. He was inducted into the North Carolina Soccer Hall of Fame in 2019. Everett graduated with an MBA and an M.Ed in Learning, Design, and Technology from Stanford University.In his career, he's leveraged his education and experience to help millions of others, from helping fix healthcare.gov at Truss, fighting poverty worldwide as a Board Member of CARE, and helping low- and moderate-income homebuyers while at Self-Help, a community development finance institution.Everett's distinctive voice and unique history make him a sought-after speaker on leadership, remote work, DEI, and social entrepreneurship. He has been featured at conferences such as Dent, Tugboat, TechStars, and Velocity, podcasts like the Commonwealth Club and AfroTech, and writing for Forbes, Thrive Global, and TechCrunch. Move to the Edge, Declare it Center is his first book, to be published by Wiley in March 2022.Everett grew up a small-town kid in New York's Hudson Valley. He currently lives in Oakland, CA, making limoncello when life hands him lemons.........Thank you for listening! If you wanted to learn more about the host, Brian Ondrako, check out his “Now” Page - https://www.brianondrako.com/now or Sign up for his Weekly Newsletter and 3x a Week Blog - https://brianondrako.com/subscribe/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Kris Clink's Writing Table
The Color of Ice with Barbara Linn Probst

Kris Clink's Writing Table

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 26:36


Barbara Linn Probst is an award-winning author of contemporary women's fiction living on an historic dirt road in New York's Hudson Valley. Her acclaimed novels QUEEN OF THE OWLS (2020) and THE SOUND BETWEEN THE NOTES (2021) were Gold and Silver medalists for prestigious national awards, and THE SOUND BETWEEN THE NOTES was selected by Kirkus Reviews as one of the Best Indie Books of 2021. Barbara has also published over fifty essays on the craft of writing for sites such as Jane Friedman and Writer Unboxed, along with two nonfiction books. Her third novel THE COLOR OF ICE will be released in October 2022. Learn more on www.BarbaraLinnProbst.com

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley
Episode 47: Garden Maintenance, Online resources and Dutch Terms

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 20:19


This episode of the podcast, Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley, contains a potpourri of interesting topics. Jean Thomas (It's All Greek to Me) returns with a discussion of the Dutch influence on the Hudson Valley, including the wide variety of terms we use today that find their origins to the Netherlands. We all know that bulbs come from Holland, but are you aware of other common vocabulary terms like gherkin, coleslaw and cookie are derived from the Dutch? The Dutch influence on the Hudson Valley continues today. Plant trials are the focus on Tools of the Trade with Tim Kennelty. Have you wondered how botanists evaluate which plant varieties perform best under certain conditions? Which cultivars are pollinator favorites? What one are the most disease resistant? Which native plant species will work best in your garden? On-line resources from the Mount Cuba Center in Delaware and the Chicago Botanic Garden are discussed which provides the answers. Garden maintenance is the focus of this latest episode of the Veggie Patch with Teresa Golden. Watering, weeding and fertilizing are discussed as key elements to keep a vegetable garden thriving. Get answers to: How much water is needed? Does mulch really help to suppress weeds? What's the value of fertilizer? In addition, she'll cover some common garden tools that will make caring for your veggie patch easier. Thanks for listening to Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley. Hosts: Tim Kennelty and Jean Thomas Guests: Jean Thomas, Time Kennelty and Teresa Golden Photo by: Tim Kennelty Production Support: Linda Aydlett, Annie Scibienski, and Teresa Golden Resources

THE EAGLE: A Times Union Podcast
Robert Hoagland & Richard King

THE EAGLE: A Times Union Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 30:30


In early December, a 59-year-old man was found dead in the room he rented at a house in Rock Hill, New York. The police and emergency responders who arrived on the scene after a 911 call from his housemate found no evidence of foul play. But there was something unsual about this case. The dead man had no identification, save a few pieces of mail among his posessions addressed to Robert Hoagland - a man who had gone missing under mysterious circumstances 9 years ago, nearly 100 miles away in Connecticut.  On this episode of "The Eagle," the Times Union's Phillip Pantuso talks about what we know so far of this bizarre story, which has baffled everyone from police to the man's family, and to the housemate who called him a best friend for the better part of the last decade.  

The Capitol Pressroom
Road to rent control stops in Kingston

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 23:34


Dec. 13, 2022 - Citizen Action of New York's Tyler Vanderhaag and Rebecca Garrard discuss how the Hudson Valley city of Kingston took advantage of a 2019 state law to create a state board responsible for evaluating rents in certain apartments and determining what tenants should be paying. They also respond to the legal challenge facing the board's work and consider if these boards should be replicated in upstate New York.

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2986 - Why No One's Satisifed With U.S. Democracy w/ Timothy Shenk

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 60:06


Emma hosts Timothy Shenk, Co-Editor of Dissent and Assistant Professor of Modern U.S. History at George Washington University, to discuss his recent book Realigners: Partisan Hacks, Political Visionaries, and the Struggle to Rule American Democracy. First, Emma runs through updates on Sinema jumping right back into working with the Right, Kari Lake's lawsuit against Arizona, and polls revealing that the only thing the public wants less than a Trump candidacy, is a Biden one, before diving deeper into this weekend's Keystone Pipeline spill, and the complete joke that is letting corporations regulate themselves. Timothy Shenk then joins as he dives right into the inspiration he found in the failure of the US political system leading up to the election of Donald Trump, with the inability of either party to build a durable majority following the collapse of the New Deal Coalition in 1968. Next, Shenk jumps back to the 18th Century as he begins the walk through the major political realignment that set up this coalition-stifling system, first parsing through the aristocratic civil war between Federalists and Jeffersonians in the 1790s that set up the two-party system that centered the ability to sway the electorate (rather than the belief in an aristocracy naturally rising to the top), before moving forwards through the 1800s and Andrew Jackson's rallying of a populist coalition of his Jacksonian Democrats to bolster this political party machine. Next, Timothy and Emma explore the shift away from the Jacksonian Democrats as Martin Van Buren and the “Radical Republicans” began to take on the institution of slavery, and walk through the impact of changing party politics in the leadup to the Civil War, before shifting to the third realignment under Lincoln and beyond, as reconstruction's vision of a multiracial democracy began to fall apart. They then discuss the rise of FDR's New Deal Coalition in the 20th Century, as the Great Depression forced Americans to get over their lingering resentment from the Civil War, and for the first time centered class as the major political divide in the US, before they wrap up the interview by walking through the Right's various coalition attempts (largely shrouded in a populist veneer) from Phyllis Schlafly to Donald Trump and tackling the failure of Democrats to ever see a return of FDR's labor coalition. And in the Fun Half: Emma and the crew bask in the jeers Elon Musk received at Dave Chapelle's recent SF show, despite Dave's best efforts, Jesse James from the Hudson Valley dives into reactionaries and pop-culture race swaps, and Sunil from San Jose discusses various elements of Democrats' campaigning strategies. They also tackle Christian Walker refusing to back down to the weirdos on the Right that blame him for his father's loss, Zack from Missouri discusses the role of religion in various elements of our politics, and Serena from Tucson walks through serious tenants' rights issues going on in her complex, plus, your calls and IMs! Check out Timothy's book here: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9780374138004/realigners Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the ESVN YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/esvnshow Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: LiquidIV: Cooler weather makes it easier to miss signs of dehydration like overheating or perspiration, which means it's even more important to keep your body properly hydrated. Liquid I.V. contains 5 essential vitamins—more Vitamin C than an orange and as much potassium as a banana. Healthier than sugary sports drinks, there are no artificial flavors or preservatives and less sugar than an apple. 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Pulling Curls Podcast: Pregnancy & Parenting Untangled
Traveling with Anxious or Inflexible Kids (or adults) with Dawn Barclay from Traveling Different - Episode 170

Pulling Curls Podcast: Pregnancy & Parenting Untangled

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 18:42


We're headed into the holiday travel season. Whether it's just over the river and through the woods to grandma's house, or further -- let's talk about traveling with inflexible kids. Today's guest is Dawn Barclay. She is an award-winning author who has spent a career working in different aspects of the travel industry. After spending ten years working in sales and marketing for her parents' two firms, Barclay Travel Ltd and Barclay International Group Short-Term Apartment Rentals, she branched out into travel trade reporting with senior or contributing editor positions at Travel Agent Magazine, Travel Life, Travel Market Report, and most recently, Insider Travel Report. She is a mother of two and resides in New York's scenic Hudson Valley. A member of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) and the Family Travel Association (FTA), she also writes fiction as D.M. Barr and holds leadership roles in several writer organizations. Here book "Traveling Different" is here on Amazon. Find her at travelingdifferent.com Big thanks to our sponsor Family Routines -- getting into a routine can really help all of you know what to expect, even during travel. Come join us! In this episode Ways you can prep your kid for what your trip will look like. Organizations you can look to for special help What to do if you have other children Other things that might interest you Getting over my fears of flying episode. Producer: Drew Erickson

Crime Capsule
Exquisite Wickedness: Two Murders and the Making of Poe's “The Tell-Tale Heart”: An Interview with author Andrew Amelinckx Pt 2

Crime Capsule

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 44:02


The Tell-Tale Heart,” one of Edgar Allan Poe's most famous short stories, has inspired artists, filmmakers, and writers since its first publication in 1843. But it was two murders a decade apart that helped inspire Poe to write his macabre masterwork of psychological fiction. In Salem, Massachusetts, in April 1830, the ruthless murder of an old and wealthy sea captain rattled the city's rich, sullied Salem's reputation, and helped launch America's obsession with true crime. A decade later, in December 1840, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, a wealthy banker mysteriously disappeared. The discovery of his mangled corpse and the demeanor of his alleged killer made for great headlines in New York's new Penny Press and planted the seeds for Poe's masterpiece. Poe's life during the period of these murders went from idealistic poet to soldier to struggling writer, set adrift by family rifts and his stubborn nature. Exquisite Wickedness examines these two crimes, Poe's life during this period, the circumstances of the writing of his famous story, and an unbelievable betrayal whose effects have lasted far beyond the grave. "ANDREW K. AMELINCKX is an award-winning crime reporter, freelance journalist, and visual artist. His work has appeared in Business Insider, Men's Journal, Smithsonian.com, Modern Farmer, and many other publications. Andrew is the former crime and courts reporter for The Berkshire Eagle newspaper. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and an MFA in painting from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Exquisite Wickedness is his third book. Andrew lives in New York's Hudson Valley where he's working on his next book. He is represented by Jeff Ourvan of the Jennifer Lyons Literary Agency."

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley
Episode 46: Hydrangeas and Holiday Plants

Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 28:28


Hydrangeas are a very popular landscape shrub and the topic of this podcast episode on Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley.  What's the difference between a lace cap and a mophead hydrangea? Why isn't my hydrangea flowering? Where should a hydrangea be planted? How do I figure out what kind of hydrangea I have in my yard? When should hydrangeas be pruned? How do I get my white hydrangea flowers to turn blue? Or pink? What are other landscape plants to consider that offer similar ‘showy' flower displays? Why don't the hydrangea plants I receive as gifts overwinter? Join podcast founders and Master Gardener Volunteers (Linda Aydlett, Teresa Golden, Tim Kennelty and Jean Thomas) in a round table discussion about hydrangeas and get your questions answered. Then, Linda Levitt joins us with a new Flower Power segment to talk about Holiday plants including how to care for them. Amaryllis, Holiday Cactus and Poinsettias are all discussed. Hosts: Tim Kennelty, Jean Thomas, Teresa Golden and Linda Aydlett Guest:  Linda Levitt Photo by: Tim Kennelty Production Support: Linda Aydlett and Teresa Golden Resources

The Joe Piscopo Show
7 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 12-8-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 53:07


Josh Kraushaar, Senior political correspondent for Axios Topic: Georgia runoff results, AOC under investigation by the House Ethics Committee, other political news of the day Assemblyman Kieran Lalor, Republican representing the Hudson Valley in the New York State Assembly, a marine veteran of the Iraq War Topic: AG Letitia James' handling of misconduct allegations against chief of staff, AG James asking Judge to reject Trump's request for emergency protectionsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

i want what SHE has
251 Adrianne Theetge "Returning to and Taking Care of Self"

i want what SHE has

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 105:14


Adrianne Theetge moved to the Hudson Valley from Georgia after doing disaster relief in NYC for 9/11 in the AmeriCorps NCCC program. After several years working and serving our elections and our political system, she just recently went back to graduate school to fulfill her dream of becoming a teacher. She loves her new career as an ENL teacher serving students who are learning the English language. Experiencing grief after the loss of her brother and father she shares with us some of what has helped her through that process. She is a proud mother of two daughters. One of which, Aliza, has been a guest on the show in the past.She enjoys being outside running on the beautiful trails in the Hudson Valley, playing soccer, reading, thrift store shopping, exploring new places, and meditating (a new found invaluable tool).I loved our talk today that actually took place at my house over tea. Adrianne is so warm and thoughtful and shares deeply from her heart space about grief, talking through the hard bits, career change, overcoming fears, letting people in, saying yes or no when that's her truth, being a mom, and the secrets to her happy marriage.Today's bonus conversation with Warren is about brain health.Today's show was engineered by Ian Seda from Radiokingston.org.Our show music is from Shana Falana!Feel free to email me, say hello: she@iwantwhatshehas.org** Please: SUBSCRIBE to the pod and leave a REVIEW wherever you are listening, it helps other users FIND IThttp://iwantwhatshehas.org/podcastITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHERITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i-want-what-she-has/id1451648361?mt=2SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/show/77pmJwS2q9vTywz7Uhiyff?si=G2eYCjLjT3KltgdfA6XXCASTITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/she-wants/i-want-what-she-has?refid=stpr'Follow:INSTAGRAM * https://www.instagram.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcast/FACEBOOK * https://www.facebook.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcastTWITTER * https://twitter.com/wantwhatshehas

DO YOU with Brianne Hogan
Creating Your Own Opportunities in Hollywood with Women's Weekend Film Challenge Co-Founder Tracy Sayre

DO YOU with Brianne Hogan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 51:28


"My creative work is my meditation. It doesn't have to get me anywhere."Looking for a little inspiration when it comes to getting your creative projects off the ground? Are you spearheading a new initiative but feeling a little overwhelmed with everything that goes with it? Then you'll love our conversation with Tracy Sayre. Tracy Sayre is the co-founder and co-executive director of Women's Weekend Film Challenge, which works toward gender equity by creating opportunities for women and non-binary people to bring their leadership, talents, and stories to the forefront of the film and television industry. Through the film challenge, Sayre has produced over 30 short films and has helped advance the careers of thousands of women and non-binary filmmakers. She is also an award-winning screenwriter and founder of Writers Work. Tracy received a BFA and MAT from Maryland Institute College of Art. She lives in the Hudson Valley. In this conversation, we discuss:  Why going after a dream doesn't benefit anyone if it doesn't fit you anymore. How community is the basis of everything in the entertainment industryWhy she believes that luck really comes from being prepared for your big opportunity Why it's so beneficial having a partner who has complementary skills to yours Her advice on how to obtain sponsorships for your projectWhy the fearlessness of an artist is helpful in this current economy The fears and risks involved when it comes to spearheading your own initiative…and doing it anywayThe importance of being clear with what you want to do and telling everyone exactly what you want so they can help you Her perspective on female-driven stories and how things are shifting in the entertainment industry when it comes to gender equityConnect with Tracy: https://www.womensweekendfilmchallenge.com/https://www.instagram.com/womensweekendfilmchallenge/https://www.tiktok.com/@wwfilmchallengeConnect with Brianne: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/briehogan/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/briannehoganwriterVisit Brianne's website: https://www.briannehogan.caRead my newsletter NOT RELATED TO HULK HOGAN: https://briannehogan.substack.com/Download the FREE DO YOU JOURNAL Support the showJoin the DO YOU community:Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/527426815332490Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doyoupod

True Tales From Old Houses
The Money Pit Life: Balancing Old House Wants and Needs

True Tales From Old Houses

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 57:31


In today's episode, Stacy is back in the Hudson Valley for the second of two shows recorded in front of a live audience. Old houses are money-hungry, and figuring out how to pay for rehabilitation and maintenance can be stressful. Susan and Will Brinson, Bradley Huber, Reggie Young, and Daniel Kanter join Stacy for a panel discussion about finances and budgeting. The panel gets real about how much things cost and their strategies for feeding the money pit and satisfying wants.  Also, Daniel Kanter joins Stacy for another listener question about deal breakers and red flags in old house real estate. To request a transcript of this episode, please reach out via the contact page. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS The Window Course from Scott Sidler of The Craftsman Blog will teach you everything you need to know to restore your original wood windows. For 10% off, use the coupon code truetales. Sutherland Welles - Maker of exceptional polymerized tung oil finishes since 1965. To save 10% on your first order, use the coupon code truetales. Preservan - A unique preservation franchise opportunity developed by long-time window restoration pro Ty McBride - Learn more about becoming a part of the Preservan family and mission: PreservanFranchise.com/truetales. TRAVEL: Read all the details and book the True Tales From Old Houses 2023 Canadian Adventure

SHINE ON! Kacey's Health & Happiness Show
The Heartfelt Magic of Christopher Radko is back

SHINE ON! Kacey's Health & Happiness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 9:27


The artist, Christopher Radko is putting his reindeer antlers on once again to bring joy to the season. He's back, after a 15 year hiatus and ready to make merry in New York's Hudson Valley and around the world.

Cidiot
82. Insurance

Cidiot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 15:00


Ash trees are dying fast. Not just at our house, but across the Hudson Valley. This has made me learn a lot about taking care of trees (e.g., the PINE method for tree care: prune, inspect, nourish and extend), meet a shirtless tree caregiver, and find an expert to ask all my questions about insurance. Scot Hastie of Pardee's Agency in Kingston, NY, thankfully came to rescue us cidiots, tackling a thorough Q&A across homeowners, auto and commercial insurance. We talk about what insurance covers (and doesn't) when it comes to trees falling, septic systems breaking, hitting animals, running a business out of your home, and more. You'll find the full Q&A on the Cidiot blog: https://www.cidiot.com/blog/insurance-qa-for-cidiots/ Here's how to contact Scot Hastie directly; tell ‘em Cidiot sent ya: email: shastie@pardeesinsurance.net phone: 845-331-0025 x1940 web: Pardee's Agency (A World Company) Thanks to Scot Hastie at Pardee's Agency in Kingston and to Sunflower Market, with stores in Woodstock and Rhinebeck, for supporting Cidiot this season. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cidiot/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cidiot/support

The Brian Lehrer Show
Meet Your New Congress Members: NY-4 and NY-18

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 19:07


Anthony D'Esposito, US Representative-elect (R, NY-4), introduces himself to listeners and talks about his priorities for his Long Island district. Then, Pat Ryan, US Representative (D, NY-19) and US Representative-elect (D, NY-18), talks about his priorities for his district in the Hudson Valley.

Beyond the Darkness
S17 Ep142: The Kinderhook Creature & the High Strangeness of the Hudson Valley w/Bruce G. Hallenbeck

Beyond the Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 59:16


Darkness Radio presents The Kinderhook Creature & the High Strangeness of the Hudson Valley with experiencer/author, Bruce G. Hallenbeck! Residents of Kinderhook, New York, are familiar with spooky tales of headless horsemen, ghosts, and fairies. After all,, Kinderhook is where Martin Van Buren is buried, and it inspired Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.  While these famous events took place in the comfortably distant past, far more recently, in the 1980s, Kinderhook became known for a new type of fright. Once the locals began sharing their experiences, the terrifying Kinderhook Creature began to take shape. In The Kinderhook Creature and Beyond: A Personal Reminiscence, author Bruce G. Hallenbeck tells the story of those times. In so doing, he delves into his own history and his numerous paranormal and cryptozoological encounters with what he calls “high strangeness” as well as those of his family members and other local residents. He covers some of those stories with us today on Darkness Radio too!  Get your copy of "The Kinderhook Creature and Beyond: A Personal Reminiscence": https://www.smalltownmonsters.com/shop/the-kinderhook-creature-and-beyond-a-personal-reminiscence-by-bruce-g-hallenbeck If you or your family have extra time today, start a new family tradition, go to https://www.google.com/ and enter "where to volunteer to help on Thanksgiving". There are many food banks, meals on wheels, and soup kitchens looking for help today to feed people. In the spirit of the holiday, go out and meet your neighbors, make a new friend, see the light that lives ion all of us, and have a Happy Thanksgiving from your friends here at Darkness Radio!  #paranormal  #supernatural  #metaphysical  #paranormalpodcasts  #darknessradio  #timdennis #bruceghallenbeck  #thekinderhookcreatureandbeyond #kinderhookcreature #smalltownmonsterspublishing #ghosts  #spirits  #spectres #hauntings  #spiritguides #Psychics #mediums #tarot  #ouija  #Aliens  #UFO #UAP #Extraterrestrials #Alienspaceships #projectbluebook #disclosure #shadowpeople #AATIP #DIA #Cryptids #Cryptozoology #bigfoot #sasquatch #yeti #mothman  #CIA #FBI #conspiracytheory #alienbigfootconnection #neardeatheexperience #quantumuniverse #multiverse