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Back To Basic
The Basics of Being Open, Elevating Yourself, and Being Positively You (feat. Allison Kay)

Back To Basic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


Welcome to the Back To Basic podcast with Danielle Costa! In this episode, Danielle sits down in front of the mic with fellow women in radio, Allison Kay. Allison Kay has been working in radio for many years and can currently be heard on the radio stations WRRV and Lite FM in the Hudson Valley.In this episode, Danielle and Allison discuss:Allison's Journey (3:37)Ready For More But Happy With Where You Are (9:00)Allison's Confidence (11:54)Comparing Yourself To Others (13:00)Networking (17:45)Radio Industry Thoughts (22:53)Where Danielle Wants To Go (25:53)Allison's Song with Krowd Kings (27:19)Allison's Favorite Things (33:20)Allison's “Basic” Definition (34:40)Plug-it-in (37:07)Links To Check Out: Allison Kay on Instagram: @iamallisonkayAllison on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@iamallisonkay?lang=enEarthquake (feat. Allison Kay) by Krowd Kings Danielle Costa's Instagram: @daniellemariacostaBack To Basic's Instagram: @backtobasicpodcastDanielle's Website: www.daniellemariacosta.com

The Roundtable
Hung with Care - Big Gay Hudson Valley's Seasonal Burlesque Show

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 11:15


Hung With Care, Big Gay Hudson Valley's queer holiday burlesque spectacular will return to The Linda - WAMC's Performing Arts Studio on November 28 at 7 p.m - with performances the previous two nights in Newburgh and Rosendale. Big Gay Hudson Valley Co-Founder Stephan Hengst joins us to tell us more.

The Buttonista
Bird Brain

The Buttonista

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 46:13


Hello, hello and happy short week! The Buttonista is a little off schedule heading into Thanksgiving , which is sure to be filled with outdoor temperature Miller Lite, Turkey Trottin' through Troy and sawing down Christmas trees somewhere in the Hudson Valley. This is a special morning show edition (short week, ok?!) where the Buttonista takes her first few, #FirstSipClub sips with you LIVE on the podcast so please forgive her for flubbing her words and talking too much about Joe Exotic. It's a SHORT WEEK OKAY?!Nobody Asked Me, But... (1:28)This is NOT the Today Show (2:15)Officially Miller Lite at Outside Temperature Season (3:48)Season 2 of Tiger King: We're doing it (6:27)Season 2 of Selling Sunset: We're doing it (9:22)The different kinds of holiday season stress (11:56)The Buttonista's introduction to yard work (16:06)At-home massage therapy (23:24)Greenwich Tractor Parade (30:23)Get the scoop on shopping local in the Hudson Valley with the Times Union (34:17)The hunt for the real Christmas tree (35:24)Black Friday/Small Business Saturday shopping tips for gifts...and for yourself (39:09) Best enjoyed with a Miller Lite and a digital or print copy of the Times Union.

True Tales From Old Houses
Daniel Kanter: Serial Volunteer and Champion of Old Houses

True Tales From Old Houses

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 49:08


On today's show, the first in front of a live audience in beautiful Hudson Valley, New York, Stacy talks to the always hilarious Daniel Kanter about revitalizing his community through the Kingston City Land Bank. Also, Stacy meets her previous co-host Devyn Caldwell, in person for the first time, and they answer the listener question together. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS For 10% off The Window Course from Scott Sidler of The Craftsman Blog, use the coupon code truetales. Download the Plunjr App to solve your plumbing problem with a licensed professional plumber via a face-to-face video chat. Mention our secret word FLAPPER to get your first call for only $10.

Cidiot
56. Grab Your Wingman

Cidiot

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 26:08


Meet Kimberlie Dykeman, a Rhinebeck native, who runs Wingman, a personal concierge and estate management business in the Hudson Valley. She and I cover what's changed, why she started her business, advice for new homeowners, how to treat vendors that come in and out of your house, her favorite spots, and some unique requests she's gotten over the years. Thanks for helping making Cidiot winner of the 2021 Chronogrammies for best regional podcast. Follow the show on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, read the "Ask a Cidiot" column in The Red Hook Daily Catch, and now you can sign up on the Cidiot mailing list and get show perks including Kimberlie's house manual template when it's ready. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cidiot/message

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano
Friends of Freedom | 11-11-21

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 209:53


On this Veteran's Day Special edition of The Other Side of Midnight: It's a stacked show! Frank Morano invites an array of military vets and no subject goes untouched! Col. Daniel Davis, retired U.S. Army Colonel, with deployments in four combat zones, Senior Fellow and Military Expert for Defense Priorities, speaks on Taiwan. Kevin Randle, retired Army Lt. Colonel, who served in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot, UFOlogist, & author of the book “UFOs and the Deep State: A History of the Military and Shadow Government's War Against the Truth” asks Will the Senate change how UFO sightings are reported? Frank Romeo, veteran and activist, tells our host why he walked 750 miles across New York State.  And Assemblyman Kieran Lalor, Republican representing the Hudson Valley in the New York State Assembly, a marine veteran of the Iraq War speaks on vaccine mandates in the military and how combat veterans adjust to life at home.

Frank Morano
Assemblyman Kieran Lalor

Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 15:04


Assemblyman Kieran Lalor, Republican representing the Hudson Valley in the New York State Assembly, a marine veteran of the Iraq War speaks on vaccine mandates in the military and how combat veterans adjust to life at home.

The Book Review
Huma Abedin Talks About 'Both/And'

The Book Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 78:53


In her new memoir, “Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds,” Huma Abedin writes about her Muslim faith, her years working alongside Hillary Clinton and, of course, her relationship with her estranged husband, the former Democratic Representative Anthony Weiner. On this week's podcast, Abedin says that writing the book was “the most therapeutic thing I could have possibly done,” and that writing about her marriage and its time in the tabloids gave her perspective.“Now that I am on the other side, I can say with confidence: I don't think what I went through is all that singular,” she says. “What's different is that I had to go through it on the front page of the news. So I know there is a sisterhood and brotherhood of people out there in the world that have had to endure betrayal and have had to figure out how to move on with their lives. And these are the conversations that I still am called into; the people who stop me on the street and ask me a simple question: ‘When does it stop hurting?' ‘Should I stay?' ‘When do I leave?'”Gary Shteyngart visits the podcast to discuss his new novel, “Our Country Friends,” about seven friends (and one nemesis) spending time together in one Hudson Valley property during the early months of the pandemic. The novel's drama, Shteyngart says, comes from people confronting their “deepest selves,” as Chekhov's characters did when they left Moscow for rural surroundings.“When you're stuck in the countryside, no matter where you are, life just goes so much slower than it does in the city, and you're able to really begin to think about your place in the world,” Shteyngart says. “There's definitely a feeling of time slowing down and you're able to ascertain your true relationships. If you love someone, you love them more in the country. If you hate them, you hate them more in the country. Everything is turned up to 11.”Also on this week's episode, Tina Jordan looks back at Book Review history as it celebrates its 125th anniversary; Elizabeth Harris has news from the publishing world; and Dave Kim and Sarah Lyall talk about what they're reading. Pamela Paul is the host.Here are the books discussed in this week's “What We're Reading”:“Man in the Holocene” by Max Frisch“A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L'Engle“Perfect Little Children” by Sophie Hannah“The Flight Attendant” by Chris Bohjalian

40 Plus: Real Men. Real Talk.
144: Owning That Dad Bod – Anthony Catalino

40 Plus: Real Men. Real Talk.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 40:38


We're all perfectly imperfect. But for gay men, perfection seems to be a futile pursuit - perfect abs, ass, chest, smile, bank account, material things...the list goes on. But when it comes to our bodies and our body image, we can be evil bitches to ourselves with a capital "B." It's time to start loving on ourselves in a way that says, "Small dicks and flabby abs, you are loved!" Helping to change the way gay men think about themselves, is my fellow coach and friend Anthony Catalino. He also is in the running to win the Legendary Dad Bod contest being put on by Men's Journal. Today we discuss what he plans to do if he wins and how it ties into his mission of loving his body, just as it is. About Anthony Anthony Catalino is a personal freedom coach for young gay adults, supporting them on their mission to upgrade their inner world and become leaders in the community. He lives in the Hudson Valley with his husband and two jack russell terriers. Connect With Anthony https://legendarydadbod.com/2021/anthony-salvatore-catalino (Vote For Anthony in the Legendary Dad Bod Contest) https://www.facebook.com/anthony.catalino (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/anthony_s_catalino (Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/anthony.catalino (TikTok) Hey Guys, Check This Out! Are you a guy who keeps struggling to do that thing? You know the thing you keep telling yourself and others you're going to do, but never do? Then it's time to get real and figure out why. Join the 40 Plus Men's Circle. Learn about about - http://40plusmenscircle.com/ (Click Here!) Break free of fears. Make bold moves. Live life without apologies P.S. get your free My Bold Life Manifesto, right here - https://rickclemons.com/manifesto/ (rickclemons.com/manifesto/) You can also listen to the podcast on… https://apple.co/2Q4nnbt ()   https://open.spotify.com/show/3D4LvaRQjd5EcHWW4nKmQp ()https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rick-clemons/forty-plus-real-men-real-talk ()   http://tun.in/pjrug ()https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/40-plus-real-men-real-talk-854094 ()   https://radiopublic.com/40-plus-real-men-real-talk-WoBlp5 ()  

Radio Bold News Pod
RADIO BOLD NEWS POD CONVERSATION WITH LEAH CASSARINO OF CANCER SCREENING SERVICES OF THE HUDSON VALLEY

Radio Bold News Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 19:31


HOST MIKE SAKELL SPEAKS WITH LEAH CASSARINO OF CANCER SCREENING SERVICES OF THE HUDSON VALLEY DURING BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH ON THE MANY SCREENING SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR BOTH BREAST CANCERS AND COLORECTAL CANCERS YEAR AROUND.

Radio Spectrum
Solving the Electric Vehicle Charging Conundrum

Radio Spectrum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 36:24


Like a lot of people, you may be thinking about trading in your car. Me too. The case, morally and even financially, for an all-electric car is becoming stronger and stronger. And yet, what about recharging? What's it like going from, say Pittsburgh to New York's Hudson Valley—a trip that doesn't even have a solid cellular connection? What about a road trip my partner to Yosemite and back? And even locally, how do you charge up if you live in a townhouse or apartment? Without a driveway and a garage, can you set up charging at home? Will we have a universal standard for charging? What exactly is fast charging? Basically, if you're like me, you're a bundle of questions. Fortunately, a fellow IEEE Spectrum contributing editor is a bundle of answers.John Voelcker has been reporting on cars and the automotive industry for almost as long as he's been driving. He's also a contributing editor to Car and Driver, and is the editor of Green Car Reports. His work has also been featured in Wired, Popular Science, and elsewhere. He's an actual engineer, with a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford. And he's our guest today.

On and Off Your Mat Yoga Podcast
Overcoming codependency, perfectionism, and people-pleasing , with Victoria Albina

On and Off Your Mat Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 55:21


Tools and somatic practices for your health. Do you tend to be codependent in your relationships, a perfectionist at work, or a people-pleaser amongst your friends? Have you noticed how these patterns affect your health and your wellbeing? In today's episode, we'll talk about this and give you some tools and somatic practices to start addressing this.EPISODE ANNOUNCEMENT:

MARGARET ROACH A WAY TO GARDEN
Fall Prep With Lee Reich-A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach October 25, 2021

MARGARET ROACH A WAY TO GARDEN

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 26:18


What are the forward-looking steps in your fall garden routine—the most important tasks you take now to get your garden tucked in, that really focus on success next year? Over at the part-farm, par-garden of Lee Reich in the Hudson Valley of New York State, his emphasis is on building soil health, and also on stashing his tender potted figs, so they're primed for another productive fruiting season in the year to come. Lee Reich has degrees in horticulture, soil science and chemistry, and is the author of many books, including the just out one called “Growing Figs in Cold Climates.” He's a long time no-till organic gardener, and an expert pruner, and a grower of many unusual fruits, and someone I've turned to for advice for my own garden countless times over many years. He offered some advice to help us tuck in smarter.

New Books Network
Kelefa Sanneh, "Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres" (Penguin, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 63:03


Kelefa Sanneh was born in England, and lived in Ghana and Scotland before moving with his parents to the United States in the early 1980s. He was a pop music critic at the New York Times from 2000-2008, and has been a staff writer at the New Yorker since then. His first book, just released on Penguin, is called Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres. The book refracts the entire history of popular music over the past fifty years through the big genres that have defined and dominated it—rock, R&B, country, punk, hip-hop, dance music, and pop—as an art form (actually, a bunch of art forms), as a cultural and economic force, and as a tool that we use to build our identities. Sanneh shows how these genres have been defined by the tension between mainstream and outsider, between authenticity and phoniness, between good and bad, right and wrong. Throughout, race is a powerful touchstone: just as there have always been Black audiences and white audiences, with more or less overlap depending on the moment, there has been Black music and white music, constantly mixing and separating. Sanneh debunks cherished myths, reappraises beloved heroes, and upends familiar ideas of musical greatness, arguing that sometimes, the best popular music isn't transcendent. Songs express our grudges as well as our hopes, and they are motivated by greed as well as idealism; music is a powerful tool for human connection, but also for human antagonism. This is a book about the music everyone loves, the music everyone hates, and the decades-long argument over which is which. Franz Nicolay is a musician and writer living in New York's Hudson Valley. His first book, The Humorless Ladies of Border Control: Touring the Punk Underground from Belgrade to Ulaanbaatar, was named a "Season's Best Travel Book" by The New York Times. Buzzfeed called his second book, Someone Should Pay for Your Pain, "a knockout fiction debut." He teaches at Bard College. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Kelefa Sanneh, "Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres" (Penguin, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 63:03


Kelefa Sanneh was born in England, and lived in Ghana and Scotland before moving with his parents to the United States in the early 1980s. He was a pop music critic at the New York Times from 2000-2008, and has been a staff writer at the New Yorker since then. His first book, just released on Penguin, is called Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres. The book refracts the entire history of popular music over the past fifty years through the big genres that have defined and dominated it—rock, R&B, country, punk, hip-hop, dance music, and pop—as an art form (actually, a bunch of art forms), as a cultural and economic force, and as a tool that we use to build our identities. Sanneh shows how these genres have been defined by the tension between mainstream and outsider, between authenticity and phoniness, between good and bad, right and wrong. Throughout, race is a powerful touchstone: just as there have always been Black audiences and white audiences, with more or less overlap depending on the moment, there has been Black music and white music, constantly mixing and separating. Sanneh debunks cherished myths, reappraises beloved heroes, and upends familiar ideas of musical greatness, arguing that sometimes, the best popular music isn't transcendent. Songs express our grudges as well as our hopes, and they are motivated by greed as well as idealism; music is a powerful tool for human connection, but also for human antagonism. This is a book about the music everyone loves, the music everyone hates, and the decades-long argument over which is which. Franz Nicolay is a musician and writer living in New York's Hudson Valley. His first book, The Humorless Ladies of Border Control: Touring the Punk Underground from Belgrade to Ulaanbaatar, was named a "Season's Best Travel Book" by The New York Times. Buzzfeed called his second book, Someone Should Pay for Your Pain, "a knockout fiction debut." He teaches at Bard College. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Dance
Kelefa Sanneh, "Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres" (Penguin, 2021)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 63:03


Kelefa Sanneh was born in England, and lived in Ghana and Scotland before moving with his parents to the United States in the early 1980s. He was a pop music critic at the New York Times from 2000-2008, and has been a staff writer at the New Yorker since then. His first book, just released on Penguin, is called Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres. The book refracts the entire history of popular music over the past fifty years through the big genres that have defined and dominated it—rock, R&B, country, punk, hip-hop, dance music, and pop—as an art form (actually, a bunch of art forms), as a cultural and economic force, and as a tool that we use to build our identities. Sanneh shows how these genres have been defined by the tension between mainstream and outsider, between authenticity and phoniness, between good and bad, right and wrong. Throughout, race is a powerful touchstone: just as there have always been Black audiences and white audiences, with more or less overlap depending on the moment, there has been Black music and white music, constantly mixing and separating. Sanneh debunks cherished myths, reappraises beloved heroes, and upends familiar ideas of musical greatness, arguing that sometimes, the best popular music isn't transcendent. Songs express our grudges as well as our hopes, and they are motivated by greed as well as idealism; music is a powerful tool for human connection, but also for human antagonism. This is a book about the music everyone loves, the music everyone hates, and the decades-long argument over which is which. Franz Nicolay is a musician and writer living in New York's Hudson Valley. His first book, The Humorless Ladies of Border Control: Touring the Punk Underground from Belgrade to Ulaanbaatar, was named a "Season's Best Travel Book" by The New York Times. Buzzfeed called his second book, Someone Should Pay for Your Pain, "a knockout fiction debut." He teaches at Bard College. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in American Studies
Kelefa Sanneh, "Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres" (Penguin, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 63:03


Kelefa Sanneh was born in England, and lived in Ghana and Scotland before moving with his parents to the United States in the early 1980s. He was a pop music critic at the New York Times from 2000-2008, and has been a staff writer at the New Yorker since then. His first book, just released on Penguin, is called Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres. The book refracts the entire history of popular music over the past fifty years through the big genres that have defined and dominated it—rock, R&B, country, punk, hip-hop, dance music, and pop—as an art form (actually, a bunch of art forms), as a cultural and economic force, and as a tool that we use to build our identities. Sanneh shows how these genres have been defined by the tension between mainstream and outsider, between authenticity and phoniness, between good and bad, right and wrong. Throughout, race is a powerful touchstone: just as there have always been Black audiences and white audiences, with more or less overlap depending on the moment, there has been Black music and white music, constantly mixing and separating. Sanneh debunks cherished myths, reappraises beloved heroes, and upends familiar ideas of musical greatness, arguing that sometimes, the best popular music isn't transcendent. Songs express our grudges as well as our hopes, and they are motivated by greed as well as idealism; music is a powerful tool for human connection, but also for human antagonism. This is a book about the music everyone loves, the music everyone hates, and the decades-long argument over which is which. Franz Nicolay is a musician and writer living in New York's Hudson Valley. His first book, The Humorless Ladies of Border Control: Touring the Punk Underground from Belgrade to Ulaanbaatar, was named a "Season's Best Travel Book" by The New York Times. Buzzfeed called his second book, Someone Should Pay for Your Pain, "a knockout fiction debut." He teaches at Bard College. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Popular Culture
Kelefa Sanneh, "Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres" (Penguin, 2021)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 63:03


Kelefa Sanneh was born in England, and lived in Ghana and Scotland before moving with his parents to the United States in the early 1980s. He was a pop music critic at the New York Times from 2000-2008, and has been a staff writer at the New Yorker since then. His first book, just released on Penguin, is called Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres. The book refracts the entire history of popular music over the past fifty years through the big genres that have defined and dominated it—rock, R&B, country, punk, hip-hop, dance music, and pop—as an art form (actually, a bunch of art forms), as a cultural and economic force, and as a tool that we use to build our identities. Sanneh shows how these genres have been defined by the tension between mainstream and outsider, between authenticity and phoniness, between good and bad, right and wrong. Throughout, race is a powerful touchstone: just as there have always been Black audiences and white audiences, with more or less overlap depending on the moment, there has been Black music and white music, constantly mixing and separating. Sanneh debunks cherished myths, reappraises beloved heroes, and upends familiar ideas of musical greatness, arguing that sometimes, the best popular music isn't transcendent. Songs express our grudges as well as our hopes, and they are motivated by greed as well as idealism; music is a powerful tool for human connection, but also for human antagonism. This is a book about the music everyone loves, the music everyone hates, and the decades-long argument over which is which. Franz Nicolay is a musician and writer living in New York's Hudson Valley. His first book, The Humorless Ladies of Border Control: Touring the Punk Underground from Belgrade to Ulaanbaatar, was named a "Season's Best Travel Book" by The New York Times. Buzzfeed called his second book, Someone Should Pay for Your Pain, "a knockout fiction debut." He teaches at Bard College. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/popular-culture

New Books in Music
Kelefa Sanneh, "Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres" (Penguin, 2021)

New Books in Music

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 63:03


Kelefa Sanneh was born in England, and lived in Ghana and Scotland before moving with his parents to the United States in the early 1980s. He was a pop music critic at the New York Times from 2000-2008, and has been a staff writer at the New Yorker since then. His first book, just released on Penguin, is called Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres. The book refracts the entire history of popular music over the past fifty years through the big genres that have defined and dominated it—rock, R&B, country, punk, hip-hop, dance music, and pop—as an art form (actually, a bunch of art forms), as a cultural and economic force, and as a tool that we use to build our identities. Sanneh shows how these genres have been defined by the tension between mainstream and outsider, between authenticity and phoniness, between good and bad, right and wrong. Throughout, race is a powerful touchstone: just as there have always been Black audiences and white audiences, with more or less overlap depending on the moment, there has been Black music and white music, constantly mixing and separating. Sanneh debunks cherished myths, reappraises beloved heroes, and upends familiar ideas of musical greatness, arguing that sometimes, the best popular music isn't transcendent. Songs express our grudges as well as our hopes, and they are motivated by greed as well as idealism; music is a powerful tool for human connection, but also for human antagonism. This is a book about the music everyone loves, the music everyone hates, and the decades-long argument over which is which. Franz Nicolay is a musician and writer living in New York's Hudson Valley. His first book, The Humorless Ladies of Border Control: Touring the Punk Underground from Belgrade to Ulaanbaatar, was named a "Season's Best Travel Book" by The New York Times. Buzzfeed called his second book, Someone Should Pay for Your Pain, "a knockout fiction debut." He teaches at Bard College. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/music

Cidiot
55. Hike Your Own Hike

Cidiot

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 35:38


What's the rush with hiking? What's the difference between a walk and a hike? This episode Mat talks to Sean O'Dwyer, who runs Mountain-Hiking.com, a popular blog for Catskills, Hudson Highlands, Adirondacks and beyond. You'll hear what Sean loves about mountain hiking, where to go, advice for bears, a warning about radios, how to be a good citizen on a mountain, and why Reece's Pieces should sponsor him. Thank for listening to Cidiot, the award-winning podcast about moving from the city to the Hudson Valley. Rate and review the show, follow us on Instagram, and send your questions about being a Cidiot to goats@cidiot.com. They might make my new advice column in The Red Hook Daily Catch on Fridays: “Ask a Cidiot.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cidiot/message

Meditation Podcast
#54 Loving-Kindness - Lodro Rinzler

Meditation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 18:35


About my Guest Lodro Rinzler: Named one of 50 Innovators Shaping the Future of Wellness by SONIMA, Rinzler's work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Good Morning America, CBS, and NBC. He is the author of seven meditation books including The Buddha Walks into a Bar and the brand-new Take Back Your Mind: Buddhist Advice for Anxious Times and the co-founder of MNDFL meditation studios in New York City. His books Walk Like a Buddha and The Buddha Walks into the Office have both received Independent Publisher Book Awards. Lodro has taught meditation for 20 years in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and travels frequently for his books, having spoken across the world at conferences, universities, and businesses as diverse as Google, Harvard University and the White House. Lodro is based in the Hudson Valley of NY where he lives with his wife and their four-legged family of animals. How to Contact Lodro: https://www.lodrorinzler.com/ https://twitter.com/lodrorinzler https://www.facebook.com/LodroRinzlerSpeaks https://www.instagram.com/lodrorinzler/ More about the Meditation Podcast: All Episodes can be found at www.meditationpodcast.org All Social Media + Donations link https://linktr.ee/meditationpodcast Sponsor : http://coolabulla.com Use Discount Code Meditation for a 10% Discount Our Facebook Group can be found at https://www.facebook.com/meditationpodcast.org All my 5 Podcast can be found at http://roycoughlan.com/

Bean to Barstool
The Imaginative Founders of Rabid Brewing (Ep. 29)

Bean to Barstool

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 39:12


“The satyr is the fun-bringer, and that is really what we wanted the spirit of this place to be. A poetic hub of fun.” - Tobias Cichon, Rabid Brewing co-founderThe large, hand-painted mural above the Rabid Brewing taproom in Homewood, Illinois, depicts a mythical origin story for beer in which fantastical creatures pour the golden elixir out for the denizens of this imaginary world. Fantasy and mythology drive much of what husband and wife team Tobias Cichon and Raiye Rosado do at Rabid Brewing. As the brewery celebrates their 4th anniversary, I sat down with the pair to talk about the passion behind their brewery, the mythological backstories behind their beers, and the sense of adventure the keeps them pursuing their dream.I also spoke with Annabelle Popa, the artist behind the taproom mural and many other accents around the brewery.Episode Timeline::00-5:45 - Introduction5:45-13:17 - Raiye & Tobias - Rabid background and taproom artwork13:17-20:40 - Annabelle Popa - Creating art for Rabid Brewing20:40-27:10 - Raiye & Tobias - Rabid's cohesive mythology and the Feast of the Goat Queen27:10-34:11 - Raiye & Tobias - Dwarves of Doom and Rabid's use of single origin cacao from bean to bar chocolate maker Ethereal Confections34:11-38:29 - Raiye & Tobias - The significance of the Halloween season and the story Rabid Brewing is telling 38:29-39:12 - ConclusionEpisode Notes:Beers discussed in this episode include Rabid Brewing Horus Imperial IPA, Dwarves of Doom Imperial Stout with Smugglers Coffee and Ethereal Confections cacao, and Shadowstepper Milk Stout with lactose and Ethereal Confections cacao.Other beers mentioned include Three Floyds Apocalypse Cow and Alpha King.Chocolate and cacao discussed in this episode included Ethereal Confections Ecuador and Dominican Republic.You can find examples of Annabelle Popa's artwork and get in touch about working with her at her website.You can read more about Raiye's dinosaur beer deliveries in my article for The Reporter's Notebook here. The music for this episode was sampled from an instrumental version of the song “Umbrella” written and performed by indie folk musician Anna ps from her 2016 album of the same name. You can find out more about Anna and get in touch about booking her for a show at her website.Guests:Raiye Rosado & Tobias Cichon are the husband and wife co-founders of Rabid Brewing. They began dating in 2010, and Raiye promptly introduced Tobias to good beer. Their wedding was a Halloween costume party. The pair began homebrewing together, and decided to open a brewery after getting married. Rabid Brewing opened on October 13, 2017. Annabelle Popa is a freelance Illustrator and Muralist living in the Hudson Valley. Growing up in Queens and having a lack of the natural world instilled an incessant longing for magic, nature, and tall tales. Creating comics, murals, paintings, and costumes are her outlet to weave personal mythologies together and reach undiscovered worlds. Gaze long into the work but take care - they gaze back.

SLOW FLOWERS with Debra Prinzing
Episode 527: Grow. Design. Teach. How Sweet Earth Co.'s Xenia D'Ambrosi fine-tuned her brand message with three essential words

SLOW FLOWERS with Debra Prinzing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 22:19


I’ve just returned from a short trip to New York City and Brooklyn, one of the highlights of which included my spending two days in the lower Hudson Valley doing some pre-planning for the 2022 Slow Flowers Summit! Of course I spent time at our venue for 2022, Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, […] The post Episode 527: Grow. Design. Teach. How Sweet Earth Co.’s Xenia D’Ambrosi fine-tuned her brand message with three essential words appeared first on Debra Prinzing.

DIY MFA Radio
379: Bending Genres, Defying Expectations, and Crafting Characters in a Horror Novel - Interview with Andy Marino

DIY MFA Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 56:15


Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Andy Marino. Andy Marino was born in upstate New York, spent half his life in New York City, and now lives in the Hudson Valley. He works as a freelance writer. The Seven Visitations of Sydney Burgess is his first horror novel   In this episode Andy and I discuss: Why addiction and recovery provide a rich backdrop for a horror novel. How he crafted a cold open that created a sympathetic bond between his protagonist and readers. Whether horror is a genre or a mood and what characteristics define it.   Plus, his #1 tip for writers. For more info and show notes: diymfa.com/379

Fluxpod
Sleigh Bells

Fluxpod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 111:49


Fluxpod is back from hiatus with a long conversion with Derek Miller from Sleigh Bells. We talk a lot about their excellent new album Texis and the early days of the band with detours into surfing, Korn, Deftones, INXS, Radiohead, M.I.A., Tyler the Creator, guitars, and moving from Brooklyn to the Hudson Valley. 

The Roundtable
Suzanne Vega at City Winery Hudson Valley 10/17

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 24:48


Widely regarded as one of the foremost songwriters of her generation, Suzanne Vega's will be performing, "An Afternoon of New York Songs and Stories" at the City Winery Hudson Valley on Sunday October 17 at 3 p.m.

Relax RV Podcast
RelaxRV S2 E69 leveling motor shot and Syracuse

Relax RV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 28:48


Season 2 Episode 6910/11/21We tweaked a few things in the rig. We had a water leak whilst hooked up to city water. I thought there was a loose connection somewhere. Actually the line coming into the rig was kinked and the back pressure caused it. I took off the line straightened it out and viola fixed. Also, we installed curtains in the bedroom. Wow what a great upgrade. Heres a video showing the curtains https://youtu.be/D5Y5zNK4CzI We have stayed at almost 100 Boondockers Welcome locations for over 200 nights and 16 Harvest Hosts. Heres a link to discounts on those memberships https://relaxrv.org/discounts-to-help-lower-your-stress/ So on October 1st 2021 we pulled out of our driveway and headed north west to another boondockers welcome location about a half hour outside of Syracuse New York. We pulled in our host met us helped us get set up and we engaged in nice conversations. While I was talking to her I heard a crash inside the RV I looked at our house and I said I think Trish just dropped the coffee pot. She did. So we had plans on heading to a local park to do some hiking but instead we decided to go buy a coffee pot at Walmart near Syracuse. Then we went to Green lakes State Park and did a phenomenal hike around their green lakes. And the reason we were up here was to do the Big East powersports show at the State fairgrounds in Syracuse. The show was focused on snowmobiles. Back in February we ordered a 2022 skidoo 2 up sled. And we have concerns of when it's going to be delivered because of Chip shortage. So we headed over we actually got to sit on the sled that we ordered. And this really wetted our appetite. While walking around the show we saw a guy selling Garmin GPS's with preloaded snowmobile maps of the Northeast. We talked to him about price and then we went and looked at the GPS we had selected on Amazon and also the maps of the Northeast that I've been waiting to purchase. Buying the GPS and maps through his company https://netrailgps.com/ was phenomenally priced.We were told by a Skidoo rep that the dealers have received a list of delivery dates on some sleds. So we contacted our dealer and he said we are on the list for a November delivery. We are hoping that the sled comes in complete with all chips gadgets lights everything.The next day we decided to walk around the city of Syracuse and in less than an hour we are ready to do something else. So we went over to Onondaga State Park in road or bike for about 10 MI on the shore of the lake. Very pretty. Everything came back to the rig I looked for my phone and I couldn't find it. Trish grabbed her phone and she saw a text from my daughter that a guy found my phone. So I reached out to the wonderful gentleman got his address and took a ride to his house. Apparently when we were loading the bike onto the car I laid the phone down and left it down and left it there. And also apparently cuz I backed out of the parking lot I ran over the phone and cracked it, thank goodness it's still functioning. Paul take a nice deep breath let It go just relax. That night we had dinner and rig the next morning we said goodbye to our host. Or driving over towards Troy New York when Trish found a winery along the way so we stopped in for a glass of wine.Afterwards we pulled into our campsite in Troy New York. I ran the hydraulic levelers but it would not level. I looked and only one Jack was down. I reset the keypad try to retract that one Jack would not go up the others would not go down. I knew I could manually override the system but wasn't exactly sure how so I googled it and found the video I then retracted the one Jack that was down. So at least we were not stuck in place. I then started checking wires and fuses but couldn't find anything wrong. I had Trish run the Jack's well I sat by the motor and I could hear a metallic click I reached out to lippert they emailed me things to check but by this time we were already on our way home. We pulled in to our driveway we unpacked and remember I am no electrician I did what I thought they wanted me to do to me it sounded like possibly the motor or the solenoid. I emailed them what I found and they said nope we don't think that's your problem they suggested other things that I check I quickly got out of my comfort zone. I reached out to George fry our local RV repair guy in Hudson Valley. We have another trip down through New Jersey in a week and a half from now at the jacks aren't working and we can't get it level we can't get the slides out safely. So hopefully George will be able to guide me into a simple and inexpensive fix. The motor runs around $1,200 ugh. While waiting on George who is swamped and crazy busy. I decided to call Lippert again. They patiently walked me through testing the solenoid and motor. Our issue was a bad motor. They suggested I replace the Solenoid when I replace the motor. They switched over to their parts dept and she suggested that I replace the sealed coupler when I replace motor. So we ran down the price of motor was just under $1100, is solenoid was $98 and the sealed coupler was $31. So all the parts are $1200 then in one of their emails they gave me a code for 10% off. Which was LCIcares. My next question to them was how bad is the shipping going to be for all this and she said well in order to use that discount you have to order the parts online but she reassured me that the shipping was not going to be much at all. I went online ordered all the parts took the 10% off the shipping came out to just over $5. They had all the items in stock and they would arrive at my door in 3 days. I'll tell you what I cannot believe the customer service I received at lippert. In fact the next day after I ordered the parts I called their tech support for the third time and I said I just ordered all these parts I just want to make sure it's the motor can you guide me through how to test the solenoid and the motor again and the gentleman said absolutely it took his time because I don't know one thing from another lol. We confirmed that it was a bad motor. While I was waiting for the parts to come in the mail I started taking apart the old leveling system.The only issue with the pump motor was the mounting bolts were different than what they described in their PDF and when I called they didn't know about these two additional mounting bolts I made a video about the issue and here's a link to the video https://youtu.be/yxLx0ZQKFzQ But the leveling system now works great. And off to our next adventure. So what do you do to help manage your stress? Do you know someone who would benefit from listening to a stress mange exercise? I have 3 FREE Stress Management recordings at https://relaxrv.org/stressed-2-2/stressed-2/ If that ain't your thing I made some videos about the improvements I mentioned and I posted them on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzwH6GhSMBDJ7qKxsLng-TA Or you can watch them on https://relaxrv.org/videos-the-good-the-bad-and-the-modifications/ There are discounts on my website to Boondockers Welcome , Harvest Hosts., Renogy Solar and Mattress Insider for all of your RV bedding needs https://relaxrv.org/discounts-to-help-lower-your-stress/ Here's a link to my RelaxRVPodcast Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Relax-RV-277623782811787/ I'm on Instagram as @relaxrvpodcast https://www.instagram.com/invites/contact/?i=hsxp0gjpugbz&utm_content=5h4872a My podcast can be found at https://www.spreaker.com/show/relax-rv-podcast Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you buy something from one of our affiliates, we receive a small commission at no extra charge to you. Thanks for helping to keep our podcast running!

Cidiot
54. Fall Forward

Cidiot

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 10:03


Fall is a season of things dying to be reborn. In the thick of Fall and facing the reality of Winter, Mat makes an argument for planting seeds now that you want to bloom later. Special shoutout to the new podcast from Lindsay Shute and Michelle Hughes called KOLRHABI. Thanks for listening to Cidiot, the award-winning podcast about moving from the city to the Hudson Valley. Sign up for free at The Red Hook Daily Catch for Mat's new column, "Ask A Cidiot."Send in your questions to goats@cidiot.com or via Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cidiot/message

BourbonBlog.com
Fuchsia Tiki Bar in New Paltz, New York with owner Anton Kinloch

BourbonBlog.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 8:34


Bourbon expert Tom Fischer visits Fuchsia Tiki Bar in New Paltz, New York, and hangs with owner Anton Kinloch They discuss the parallels between Rum and Bourbon whiskey, the revival of Tiki bars, and new Rums to check out. The bar is lush and a transportive. There are even old movie props from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom that adorn the ceiling. "Tiki is the greatest way to escape from everyday life and enjoy things on a much greater level," says Kinloch. The bar currently houses 209 different rums and holds the record for one of the largest rum libraries in the state of New York. Kinloch shares some Holmes Cay Single Cask Rum, a brand created by Hudson Valley native Eric Kaye Check Anton's podcast Something to Drink About on this link or everywhere you stream your podcasts. They highlight beverage professionals in New York and in the Hudson Valley. Also, visit FuchsiaTikiBar.com Subscribe to this podcast channel and also find us on YouTube.com/BourbonBlog. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bourbonblog/support

Mindrolling with Raghu Markus
Ep. 411 – Buddhist Advice for Anxious Times with Lodro Rinzler

Mindrolling with Raghu Markus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 56:18


Buddhist author Lodro Rinzler throws Trungpa Rinpoche's 'coconuts of wakefulness' at Raghu while offering 'Buddhist advice for anxious times.'Lodro Rinzler is a Buddhist meditation teacher and award-winning author of 7 books, including the bestseller The Buddha Walks Into A Bar, and new book Take Back Your Mind: Buddhist Advice for Anxious Times. He is co-founder of MNDFL Meditation studios in NYC, and was named one of '50 Innovators Shaping the Future of Wellness' by SONIMA. Rinzler's work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Good Morning America, CBS, and NBC. He has taught meditation for 20 years in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and has spoken across the world at conferences, universities, Google, Harvard, and the White House. Lodro resides in the Hudson Valley with his wife and their four-legged family of animals. More at LodroRinzler.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Last Born In The Wilderness
Sophie Strand: In Our Bones, We Knew This Was Going To Happen

Last Born In The Wilderness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 20:58


This is a segment of episode 305 of Last Born In The Wilderness “Storytelling Is An Emergency: In Our Bones, We Knew This Was Going To Happen w/ Sophie Strand.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/sophie-strand Learn more about Sophie and her work: http://sophiestrand.com Writer, poet, and essayist Sophie Strand joins me to discuss the "emergency of storytelling" in our climate disrupted present and future, and the subjects she explores in her upcoming book releases, 'The Madonna Secret,' and 'The Flowering Wand: Lunar Kings, Lichenized Lovers, Transpecies Magicians, and Rhizomatic Harpists Heal the Masculine.' Sophie and I entered this conversation a bit fuzzy, a little stunned. We acknowledge this from the get go. We were processing devastating news that morning: Hurricane Ida crashed and dragged itself from south to north across the East Coast, overwhelming the infrastructure, shutting down the grid and flooding cities. We discuss how climatologically, ecologically, we can feel how things have shifted tremendously — in the Northwest where I live, and in Hudson Valley where Sophie lives. While, personally, I tend to explore this broad subject on this podcast, Sophie writes about it. In her essay 'Storytelling is an Emergency: An Ecological Reading of Scheherazade,' she writes: “We are entering into an ecological A Thousand and One Nights of climate change. We are entering into a series of stories that are desperately trying to save their teller: the earth, Gaia, the biosphere, whatever word, for you, encompasses the sum total of spherical, gravity-bound life. Will we like King Shahryar, halt our violence, and begin to listen to a new, non-human kind of story? Will we let these stories change us and reform us? Ultimately, it matters not whether we do or do not. This series of stories will not depend on a human scribe. It will be written into the stone mantle of the Earth itself.” (https://bit.ly/3B4CJ6A) Sophie Strand is a writer based in the Hudson Valley who focuses on the intersection of spirituality, storytelling, and ecology. But it would probably be more authentic to call her a neo-troubadour animist with a propensity to spin yarns that inevitably turn into love stories. Give her a salamander and a stone and she'll write you a love story. Sophie was raised by house cats, puff balls, possums, raccoons, and an opinionated, crippled goose. In every neighborhood she's ever lived in she has been known as “the walker”. She believes strongly that all thinking happens interstitially – between beings, ideas, differences, mythical gradients. WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast / https://venmo.com/LastBornPodcast BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast EPISODE 300: https://lastborninthewilderness.bandcamp.com BOOK: http://bit.ly/ORBITgr ATTACK & DETHRONE: https://anchor.fm/adgodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior

i want what SHE has
#192 Mel Cioffi "Beyond Kegels" and Perla, Mariel, Christine, Carolyn, Maritza and Sue from "Performance sin Miedo"

i want what SHE has

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 99:59


Today I get to chat (and laugh) with Dr. Melissa Cioffi, PT, the owner of New Quest Physical Therapy, a mobile physical therapy practice specializing in pelvic health Mel Cioffi is a doctor of physical therapy who “frees active folx with vaginas from endless kegels and garbage exercises so they can get their damn lives back." She's participating in the O+ Festival offering a class, "Beyond Kegels," where you'll learn the basics of what the pelvic floor is, does, and how to condition yours beyond kegels alone. You will learn how breathwork can be incorporated with your deep abdominals and pelvic floor. This will be for AFAB participants (I am not trained in pelvic floor conditioning related to AMAB people…yet!) Join her Sunday, October 10th from 1:15-2:15 at the Yoga House.In the second half of today's show (around minute 54) I get to speak with several members of the Performance sin Miedo, a community event bringing awareness to ending violence against women.  Joining the conversation are co-organizers, Perla Ayora and Mariel Fiori; choir director, Christine Gevert; cellist, Carolyn Leschuza; and community singers Maritza Del Razo and Sue Weed.Violence against women and girls is one of the most serious, widespread, deep-rooted and tolerated human rights violations in the world. Women and girls suffer various types of violence in all areas of their lives and under multiple manifestations: at home, in public spaces, at school, at work, in cyberspace, in the community, in politics, in institutions, among others. According to UN Women Mexico, globally, 1 in 3 women has suffered physical and / or sexual violence throughout their lives, and in some countries this proportion increases to 7 out of 10. Another unpleasant record: 14 of the 25 countries with the highest number of femicides are in Latin America and the Caribbean. In Mexico, 43.9% of women have experienced violence from their current or last partner.And in the United States we are not left behind in statistics concerning the violent patriarchy. According to the National Coalition against Domestic Violence, every minute almost 20 people are physically abused by their partner; in a year this is equivalent to more than 10 million people.Because of these type of numbers, and because of specific cases that we know here in the Hudson Valley and beyond, it is that a score of Spanish-speaking women, led by choral director Christine Gevert, with the support of two radio program hosts, Perla Ayora of No me digas, and Mariel Fiori, of La Voz con Mariel Fiori, on Radio Kingston, unite our voices for a Performance without fear, free and open to the public. All people who support the global cause, against femicide and against violence against women, are invited to bring their banners and join in on Sunday, October 10 at 4 p.m. at the Parking Lot of the Kingston Court House, 285 Wall Street. The event will be livestreamed and English interpretation will be provided.What will happen at the Performance without Fear / Performance sin miedo? Everyone is invited to join in singing the Spanish language feminist anthem that went around the world in 2019 and that began in Chile thanks to the Las Tesis Collective, A rapist on your way, with strong and powerful lyrics: Patriarchy is a our judge, that imprisons us at birth, and our punishment is the violence you don't see. After this song, several people will have the opportunity to share their experience with gender violence, from the organizers and participants, to women who work in organizations that provide resources to help survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking.Finally, we will sing another feminist hymn, The song without fear by Vivir Quintana, with the arrangement of Paz Court. When she gave her permission for this performance in Kingston,Chilean composer and singer Paz Court, who arranged the Song without fear, which was sung by El Palomar choir for the first time, said: “Thank you for joining your voices and helping to spread this message around the world”.We have changed some of the names that are mentioned in the song for cases that the group wanted to highlight, such as Vanessa Guillén, Nicole “Nikki” Addimando, and Marielle Franco. In the revised lyrics, we also recognize the thousands of immigrant women who are waiting to reach the United States and are now in overcrowded shelters in Mexico.Christine Gevert, founder and choral artistic director of Crescendo, in charge of preparing the participating Spanish-speaking women, said “I feel very honored to be able to be a part and help in this initiative. I realize that I have been privileged in my life thus far and I live in a safe ‘bubble' here in the Northwest corner of CT. I frequently experienced sexual harassment on the streets of Chile growing up, but I never thought much about it as it was part of our reality and we got used to dealing with it. I did not realize how much domestic violence, especially against women, is still a problem in this country, and in the countries of Latin America and in our neighbor Mexico!”For more information or to participate, email lavoz@radiokingston.orgWe also listened to the songs, "New Moon" by Breanna Barbara who is playing the O+ Festival Friday at 8:30pm at Keegan Ale's, and "Right Now is All We Know" by Shana Falana who's performing at 7:45pm Friday evening at the County Lot. If you're listening to the podcast version grab the link to the playlist above.And DON'T FORGET about Marielena's "The Art of Living Together" also happening as part of the O+ Festival all weekend long! Check the schedule for details.Today's show was engineered by Ian Seda of Radio Kingston.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

Micro
Rowe x Petter x Danis

Micro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 11:28


Jessica June Rowe is an author, playwright, and the fiction editor of Exposition Review. Sylvia Petter, an Australian in Austria, writes short, long, serious, sexy and fun. Lindsey Danis is a Hudson Valley-based writer whose work has appeared in Longreads, New World Writing, and The Sunlight Press, among other places. (Transcript) Welcome to Micro, aContinue reading "Rowe x Petter x Danis"

Last Born In The Wilderness
#305 | Storytelling Is An Emergency: In Our Bones, We Knew This Was Going To Happen w/ Sophie Strand

Last Born In The Wilderness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 88:02


[Intro: 11:43] Writer, poet, and essayist Sophie Strand joins me to discuss the "emergency of storytelling" in our climate disrupted present and future, and the subjects she explores in her upcoming book releases, 'The Madonna Secret,' and 'The Flowering Wand: Lunar Kings, Lichenized Lovers, Transpecies Magicians, and Rhizomatic Harpists Heal the Masculine.' Sophie and I entered this conversation a bit fuzzy, a little stunned. We acknowledge this from the get go. We were processing devastating news that morning: Hurricane Ida crashed and dragged itself from south to north across the East Coast, overwhelming the infrastructure, shutting down the grid and flooding cities. We discuss how climatologically, ecologically, we can feel how things have shifted tremendously — in the Northwest where I live, and in Hudson Valley where Sophie lives. While, personally, I tend to explore this broad subject on this podcast, Sophie writes about it. In her essay 'Storytelling is an Emergency: An Ecological Reading of Scheherazade,' she writes: “We are entering into an ecological A Thousand and One Nights of climate change. We are entering into a series of stories that are desperately trying to save their teller: the earth, Gaia, the biosphere, whatever word, for you, encompasses the sum total of spherical, gravity-bound life. Will we like King Shahryar, halt our violence, and begin to listen to a new, non-human kind of story? Will we let these stories change us and reform us? Ultimately, it matters not whether we do or do not. This series of stories will not depend on a human scribe. It will be written into the stone mantle of the Earth itself.” (https://bit.ly/3B4CJ6A) Sophie Strand is a writer based in the Hudson Valley who focuses on the intersection of spirituality, storytelling, and ecology. But it would probably be more authentic to call her a neo-troubadour animist with a propensity to spin yarns that inevitably turn into love stories. Give her a salamander and a stone and she'll write you a love story. Sophie was raised by house cats, puff balls, possums, raccoons, and an opinionated, crippled goose. In every neighborhood she's ever lived in she has been known as “the walker”. She believes strongly that all thinking happens interstitially – between beings, ideas, differences, mythical gradients. Episode Notes: - Learn more about Sophie and her work: http://sophiestrand.com - Follow her on Facebook and Instagram: https://www.facebook.com/sophie.strand1 / https://www.instagram.com/cosmogyny - Sounds by Abel Takan WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast / https://venmo.com/LastBornPodcast BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast EPISODE 300: https://lastborninthewilderness.bandcamp.com BOOK: http://bit.ly/ORBITgr ATTACK & DETHRONE: https://anchor.fm/adgodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior

Enjoy The Walk Podcast
3.45 - A Round With 45 | Trump National Golf Club Hudson Valley

Enjoy The Walk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 49:45


A bucket list item. A round of golf with a past, present, or future President of the United States. Ryan Gabel from Alternate Golf Logos (Plus One Creative) had that bucket list opportunity a few weeks ago and joined the show to talk us through his day at Trump National Golf Club Hudson Valley. Where he is the reigning club champion! From his warmup to his second warmup, to interactions with the secret service, & a tight battle with a gritty President Trump, this day was one for the ages for Ryan & one he'll never forget! We want to thank Ryan for his time on the podcast. Give his small business a follow on Instagram @alternategolflogos If you enjoyed today's episode, share it with your friends! Smash That SUBSCRIBE button! Now get out there, carry your clubs, & Enjoy The Walk! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/enjoythewalkpod/support

The Roundtable
"Bernstein's Wall" Feature Documentary To Screen At Woodstock Film Festival

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 12:39


The 22nd Annual Woodstock Film Festival is on in the Hudson Valley through this coming Sunday, October 3. One of the featured films is a new documentary about the legendary conductor and composer, Leonard Bernstein. In “Bernstein's Wall,” filmmaker Douglas Tirola uses primarily Bernstein's own voice and video recordings to describe and explain his life -- his life in the music and art world and the world at large.

This is Beacon
Ep. 70 This is Contender eSports

This is Beacon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 42:53


On this episode the crew takes the shows on the road once again to check out Contender eSports Gaming Center! Owner, Deanna Fino, sits down to chat all things gaming! We learn about her inspiration for starting this franchise right here in the Hudson Valley, how it all works, what equipment is in the building, what to expect and more! If you've been curious to know what all the buzz is about when it comes to these new gaming facilities - this is the episode for you! To learn more check out their website: https://contenderesports.com/location/hudson-valley-ny/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iambeacon/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iambeacon/support

Enjoy The Walk Podcast
3.43 - Ryder Cup Domination! Plus One Creative @alternategolflogos & Live From East Lake!

Enjoy The Walk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 149:33


Buckle in, The Boys Are Back In Town! A Ryder Cup for the ages for both sides at Whistling Straits. We had multiple Europeans making history. DJ becoming the newly crowned captain America. & Rookies Playing Like Seasoned Vets. We dive into everything we loved about the week out in Koehler Country! We also dive into a fun sit-down with the Founder of Plus One Creative ( 56:30:00) an emerging designer out of the Hudson Valley, NY area that is reshaping the way golf courses look from a logo standpoint. Ryan Gabel shows his face for the first time on The Enjoy The Walk Golf Podcast (Youtube Page to see his handsome mug) and walks us through his design approach and how he got started in logo art! To Follow Ryan & Plus One Creative head to Instagram @alternategolflogos or the link ----> https://www.instagram.com/alternategolflogos/ ( 01:52:30 ) Dante played in his Member Guest @ Running Deer Golf Club in New Jersey with our good friend Paul Kania over the past weekend. We dive into how he thinks it was one of the most enjoyable weeks on the golf course and off of his entire year! & how the merch pack was top-notch! Last but not least, we went Live From East Lake Golf Club home of the Tour Championship! Last Monday with our close friends @ Boston Scott Golf! Dante & Dalton detail the incredible trip to the home of Bobby Jones. We talk memorabilia, the history inside the clubhouse, & even took some time to sit down with the director of golf to talk about some incredible things working behind the scenes at East Lake that will make you simply adore this golf course in Atlanta, GA! As always, you can head to www.enjoythewalkpod.com to check out our latest merch drop, stock up for your holiday shopping, & sign up for our email list so you don't miss a minute of the action! Now get out there, Carry Your Clubs, & Enjoy The Walk! #logodesign #golflogo #golfcourselogo #enjoythewalk #enjoythewalkpod #enjoythewalkgolfpodcast #golfpodcast #golflogodesign #rydercup #rydercupusa #rydercupeurope #rydercup2021 #rydercup2020 #golfpodcastlifemotto --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/enjoythewalkpod/support

Devil Tree
Caught With Paraphernalia

Devil Tree

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 37:13


Alex Grubard gets to know engineer Kieran Gannon as Nate Marshall is traveling the next two weeks. Kieran tells us about growing up in the Hudson Valley, giving tours in New York City and getting hassled for smoking on the border of New York and New Jersey. Follow Alex: @alexgrubard Follow Nate: @isthatnatemarshall Follow Weeding Out The Stoned:

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Melinda Wenner Moyer: How To Raise Kids Who Aren't A**holes

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 53:53


In many contexts - both in-person and online - it can often feel like reasonable behaviour, the ability to constructively disagree, and basic kindness are in short supply.  Award-winning science journalist and author, Melissa Wenner Moyer, joins us to discuss some of the themes in her new book How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Assholes.  In this discussion we cover:a consideration of the evidence that parenting is failing children and creating an increase in bad behaviour  features of the current environment that could be selecting for/promoting bad behaviour among childrenMelinda's reflection on what has changed the most for children growing up in the 70s or 80s vs those who have been raised in the last 10 to 15 years  the critical link between generosity and successimpulse control & emotion vs. self-esteem as the primary driver of a child's sense of self-worth and contentednessthe key role of bearing responsibility and managing adversity (in reasonable doses) in creating tolerable adultsthe value of providing children with frank, direct feedback while remaining attuned to the overall attachment with your childhow to talk about lying with children and to work through contradictions that children may notice in their parent's behaviour around lying on a near-daily basis Melinda's thoughts and words of encouragement for parents who are worried that they are not living up to their ideal as parentsMelinda Wenner Moyer is a contributing editor at Scientific Americanmagazine and a regular contributor to The New York Times, Washington Post, and other national magazines and newspapers. She is a faculty member in the Science, Health & Environmental Reporting program at NYU's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. Her first book, How To Raise Kids Who Aren't Assholes, was published in July 2021 by J.P. Putnam's Sons. Melinda was the recipient of the 2019 Bricker Award for Science Writing in Medicine, and her work was featured in the 2020 Best American Science and Nature Writing anthology. She was also awarded a 2018 Alicia Patterson Foundation fellowship. Moyer's work has won first place prizes in the Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism, the Folio Eddie Awards and the Annual Writing Awards of the American Society of Journalists and Authors. It has also been shortlisted for a James Beard Journalism Award, a National Academy of Sciences Communication Award and a National Magazine Award. She has a master's in Science, Health & Environmental Reporting from NYU and a background in cell and molecular biology. She lives in New York's Hudson Valley with her husband, two children, and her dog.https://www.melindawennermoyer.comMelindawmoyer.substack.com

The Cleansed: A Post-Apocalyptic Saga
Introducing If I Go Missing The Witches Did It

The Cleansed: A Post-Apocalyptic Saga

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 25:18


Guest content from our friends at Realm. When a Black writer goes missing in the Hudson Valley, a well-meaning but misguided white podcast host with a savior complex takes up the cause of finding her—and collides with a coven of influencers she suspects are responsible. Written by Pia Wilson, playwright for tv, film and now podcasts, and starring Oscar-nominated actress Gabourey Sidibe. Sound designed by yours truly! Fred Greenhalgh, with support from Carter Wogahn. If I Go Missing the Witches Did It is a satirical evisceration of faux-intersectional feminism that will inspire your own murder suspect wall.

Dark Tome
Introducing If I Go Missing The Witches Did It

Dark Tome

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 25:24


Guest content from our friends at Realm. When a Black writer goes missing in the Hudson Valley, a well-meaning but misguided white podcast host with a savior complex takes up the cause of finding her—and collides with a coven of influencers she suspects are responsible. Written by Pia Wilson, playwright for tv, film and now podcasts, and starring Oscar-nominated actress Gabourey Sidibe. Sound designed by yours truly! Fred Greenhalgh, with support from Carter Wogahn. If I Go Missing the Witches Did It is a satirical evisceration of faux-intersectional feminism that will inspire your own murder suspect wall.

The Roundtable
2021 Woodstock Film Festival

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 14:19


The Woodstock Film Festival will be celebrating its 22nd Anniversary September 29 - October 3, 2021 at indoor and outdoor venues in the Hudson Valley towns of Woodstock, Kingston and Saugerties, and online. The festival will also present a series of intimate panels with prominent industry figures, as well as live musical and comedy performances and other special events.

Art World
EP. 85 Hammond's unique abstract art that tells a story.

Art World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 61:53


https://www.hammondartstudio.com/ Hammond, represented by Rehs Contemporary Galleries in Midtown Manhattan, grew up in the historic Hudson Valley of New York. His earliest influences included Jim Davis and Charles Schultz, as well as characters created by DC and Marvel Comics. His interest in art was further fueled by the strong museum and arts background of his parents. In the late 90's, Hammond studied the business and presentation side of the fine art world while working for Vanier Galleries, Scottsdale, AZ. In doing so, he was exposed to world-renowned artists such as Dale Chihuly, Francoise Gillot, Fritz Scholder and Paul Jenkins. He had his first solo exhibition in 2000 and earned his B.A. in Art from Arizona State University in 2006. While trained in representational art, Hammond began working from the subconscious, and in 2011 he shifted to an abstract expressionistic style. The initial outcome was his first abstract series, UNTITLED. In 2012 he moved to Cincinnati, OH. He then partnered with Artworks Cincinnati on multiple projects, and in 2014 he founded the Cincinnati Abstract Art Group. Hammond's work was selected for the Ohio Governor's Office and Residence Loan Program in 2016 and he has received three purchase awards through the Ohio Percent for Art program. He has had solo exhibitions in AZ, NY, OH and WI and is in public and private collections nationally.

The Jimmy Rex Show
#300 - Dr. Zev Zelenko - Doctor Who Discovered Hydroxychloroquine + Helped President Trump Recover From Covid Discusses The Vaccine

The Jimmy Rex Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 37:20


Guest Bio: Dr. Zelenko graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. degree with high honors in Chemistry from Hofstra University. After receiving an academic scholarship to attend S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo School of Medicine, he earned his M.D. degree in May 2000. Dr. Zelenko completed his family medicine residency at South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside, N.Y. in May 2004. Since then, Dr. Zelenko has practiced family medicine in New York's Hudson Valley. He has been described by his patients as a family member to thousands of families, and is a medical adviser to the volunteer ambulance corps in Kiryas Joel, New York. In March 2020, Dr. Zelenko's team was one of the first in the country to successfully treat thousands of Covid-19 patients in the prehospital setting. Dr. Zelenko developed his now famous “Zelenko Protocol,” which has saved countless lives worldwide, while he was fighting recurrent and metastatic sarcoma, had open heart surgery, and aggressive chemotherapy. He has also persevered against unrelenting defamation of character from the media, and threats against his person. Dr. Zelenko is an observant orthodox Jew, married with 8 children, and has authored two books called Metamorphosis and Essence to Essenc

Love Extremist Radio
Carla Fernandez, Co-Founder of The Dinner Party on 20-40 Somethings Processing Grief & Loss

Love Extremist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 63:16


Carla Fernandez is the cofounder of The Dinner Party, a peer-led community for grieving 20-40 somethings, now active in 100 cities and featured in NYTimes, NPR, and OnBeing and as a case study in almost a dozen books. When not working on The Dinner Party, Carla partners with organizations on experience design, facilitation and community strategy, helping healing ideas enter culture. She is a Reynolds Scholar in Social Entrepreneurship and an Annenberg Innovation Lab Senior Fellow. She currently lives between Joshua Tree, CA and the Hudson Valley, NY. www.thedinnerparty.org www.carlafernandez.co In this wide ranging conversation Ethan and Carla explore various aspects of grief as it relates to love, community, loss, disease and ongoing practice. Join in on the next conversation in the Love Extremists club on Clubhouse at www.joinclubhouse.com/club/loveextremists Sign up to join the Love Extremist community at www.extremist.love Find Ethan on Instagram at www.instagram.com/ethanlipsitz

SHINE ON! Kacey's Health & Happiness Show
Listen to the Music....Listen to Your Body....

SHINE ON! Kacey's Health & Happiness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 25:30


One to the greatest songwriters - Suzanne Vega - knew she had something to say from a very early age. What a gift and what a superpower. She's coming to NYC and The Hudson Valley - soon. Emily Francis wants to take us on a healing journey that begins by listening to our bodies. Hearing to what's being said...that's the show today. Thanks for listening. xo Kc

Our Numinous Nature
LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW, THE LEATHERMAN & HUDSON HIGHLAND LORE | Master Storyteller | Jonathan Kruk

Our Numinous Nature

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 110:40


Jonathan Kruk is a Hudson River Valley author, folklorist & master storyteller best known for his solo performances of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow in the historic, 17th-century church that inspired Washington Irving's Halloween classic.  In his whimsical & hypnotic style, our guest bard recounts a slew of history & regional lore: a Native American Hudson River creation myth; a waterfall's tragic love story between a native maiden & her captive; a paranormal parable to prideful sailors as they pass Thunder Mountain; the Revolutionary War history behind Mother Hulda the witch & the mythic Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow. Jonathan then shares an uncanny personal experience tracking down the grave of The Wandering Leatherman, a mysterious cave-dwelling vagabond from the 1800's.  Towards the end I tell my own story about going into a broken open tomb in an abandoned cemetery, adding to the overall haunted mood of the valley & this exceptional episode.Get tickets to Jonathan's annual "Irving's Legend" solo performance in Tarrytown NY and/or check out his books: Legends and Lore of Sleepy Hollow and the Hudson Valley, and Legends and Lore of the Hudson Highlands. Follow Our Numinous Nature & my naturalist illustrations on InstagramCheck out my shop of shirts, prints, and books featuring my artContact: herbaceoushuman@gmail.com

Tech Bites
Forge Project: Inaugural Fellowship Program

Tech Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 54:41


Launched in 2021, Forge Project is an initiative to support leaders in culture, education, food security, and land justice. Forge exists as a platform for people and organizations whose crucial work serves the social and cultural landscape of our shared communities through a fellowship program, a teaching farm developed in partnership with Sky High Farm, community support, and a lending art collection. Forge Project's inaugural fellowship program launches this month with a cohort of four. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with Heather Bruegl (Oneida / Stockbridge-Munsee), a historian, lecturer, and director of the Forge Project Fellowship and Forge Project Fellow Jasmine Neosh (Menominee), who is working on a field guide to restore knowledge loss surrounding food systems and native plants. Located in Upstate New York, on unceded, traditional, and ancestral lands of the Muh- he-con-ne-ok, Forge Project operates out of a building designed by artist and activist Ai Weiwei. The resources of Forge support organizations in the Hudson Valley, and Indigenous peoples who were displaced by settler colonialism.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Tech Bites by becoming a member!Tech Bites is Powered by Simplecast.

The Roundtable
Congressional Corner With Sean Patrick Maloney

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 9:31


The Hudson Valley took a hit during Hurricane Ida. In today's Congressional Corner, New York representative Sean Patrick Maloney, a Democrat from the 18th district, continues his conversation with WAMC's Alan Chartock.