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Lover Goddess
Feeling More Like Me

Lover Goddess

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 31:21


I'm feeling more like myself. In this episode I talk about what's been going on since Hurricane Ida + what I've been doing to heal from the upheaval that has been these last few months. Feel free to visit the shop at https://www.etsy.com/shop/BohemianHealer + subscribe to my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/bohemianhealingco --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Takeaway
Why Offshore Oil Drilling is So Bad For The Environment 2021-10-21

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 40:27


Why Offshore Oil Drilling is So Bad For The Environment On October 1, a ruptured pipeline resulted in 25,000 gallons of crude spilling into the Pacific Ocean near Orange County, California. While the spill wasn't as bad as initially feared, it reignited a debate over offshore drilling. California has an aging pipeline infrastructure with questionable federal oversight. And this wasn't the only large oil spill this year. Less than a month ago, after Hurricane Ida, a federal satellite detected the most oil spills from space in the Gulf of Mexico after a weather event. The federal government started using satellites to track spills and leaks starting a decade ago. The Takeaway spoke with Catherine Kilduff, Senior Attorney at The Center for Biological Diversity, and Wilma Subra, who deals with environmental human health issues, on behalf of the Louisiana Environmental Action Network. Biden Administration Plans to Rein In "Forever Chemicals" On Monday, the Biden administration unveiled its plans to rein in so-called “forever chemicals,” or PFAS. PFAS refers to a group of more than 4,000 toxic chemicals that don't break down in the environment. PFAS are found in everything from our drinking water to our cookware. Even some rain jackets and cosmetics contain PFAS. But PFAS are also hazardous for our health. In fact, they've been linked with certain cancers, thyroid disease, and other health impacts, too. For more on this, The Takeaway spoke to Pat Rizzuto, chemicals reporter with Bloomberg Law.  Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach Are Now Running 24/7 Last week, President Biden announced that the Port of Los Angeles will move towards operating 24/7 to address the shipping delays that have led to nationwide supply chain disruptions this year. The Port of Long Beach has also expanded its operations towards a 24/7 schedule in an attempt to solve the supply chain issue. The Takeaway hears from Dr. Afif El-Hasan, Physician-in-Charge at Kaiser Permanente San Juan Capistrano Medical Offices and spokesperson for the American Lung Association, as well as Mario Cordero, the executive director of the Port of Long Beach. For transcripts, see individual segment pages.   

The Takeaway
Why Offshore Oil Drilling is So Bad For The Environment 2021-10-21

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 40:27


Why Offshore Oil Drilling is So Bad For The Environment On October 1, a ruptured pipeline resulted in 25,000 gallons of crude spilling into the Pacific Ocean near Orange County, California. While the spill wasn't as bad as initially feared, it reignited a debate over offshore drilling. California has an aging pipeline infrastructure with questionable federal oversight. And this wasn't the only large oil spill this year. Less than a month ago, after Hurricane Ida, a federal satellite detected the most oil spills from space in the Gulf of Mexico after a weather event. The federal government started using satellites to track spills and leaks starting a decade ago. The Takeaway spoke with Catherine Kilduff, Senior Attorney at The Center for Biological Diversity, and Wilma Subra, who deals with environmental human health issues, on behalf of the Louisiana Environmental Action Network. Biden Administration Plans to Rein In "Forever Chemicals" On Monday, the Biden administration unveiled its plans to rein in so-called “forever chemicals,” or PFAS. PFAS refers to a group of more than 4,000 toxic chemicals that don't break down in the environment. PFAS are found in everything from our drinking water to our cookware. Even some rain jackets and cosmetics contain PFAS. But PFAS are also hazardous for our health. In fact, they've been linked with certain cancers, thyroid disease, and other health impacts, too. For more on this, The Takeaway spoke to Pat Rizzuto, chemicals reporter with Bloomberg Law.  Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach Are Now Running 24/7 Last week, President Biden announced that the Port of Los Angeles will move towards operating 24/7 to address the shipping delays that have led to nationwide supply chain disruptions this year. The Port of Long Beach has also expanded its operations towards a 24/7 schedule in an attempt to solve the supply chain issue. The Takeaway hears from Dr. Afif El-Hasan, Physician-in-Charge at Kaiser Permanente San Juan Capistrano Medical Offices and spokesperson for the American Lung Association, as well as Mario Cordero, the executive director of the Port of Long Beach. For transcripts, see individual segment pages.   

What the Folk
Episode 32: Gratitude In Action with Lola Jean Darling

What the Folk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 92:58


The fabulous Lola Jean Darling returns for this episode! We go on a journey through the NOLA mutual aid response post-Hurricane Ida, discuss why adaptability is better than planning, consider how to turn anxiety into art — and even find time to casually side-eye René Descartes. Extra laughs and extra realness abound in this one. Afterward, Joy and Sarah dive into their shared fed-up-ness with the vaccine discourse and their shared loathing of comic sans font, while wrestling with various issues of human nuance. If you stay till the end, you will be rewarded with some questionable Canadian accents too! FOLLOW LOLA Insta: @lolajeandoesart Bandcamp: lolajeandarling.bandcamp.com NOLA MUTUAL AID Lex Lindell: Venmo @Lex-lex *indicate mutual aid* Bayou Disaster Kitchen: Venmo @SusiQ-Beck *indicate disaster kitchen* Lola & Onishona: Venmo/Cash App @theloladarling, PayPal: theloladarling@gmail.com *indicate Lola or Ona* FEATURED MUSIC: “Waves” and “The Years” by Lola Jean Darling, courtesy of the artist

Reality Redemption
Love, Life & TikTok

Reality Redemption

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 113:16


On this episode we talk more about the #DaveChappelle fallout, #DropkickMurphys, the #BostonRedSox, #Baseball,  Ben & Jerry's controversial new flavor, canceling #Superman, #FreeBritney , Brian Laundrie, #DogTheBountyHunter, Hurricane Ida and dealing with narcissists. #ColinKapernick #Netflix #BritneySpears #NFL , #Halftime , #Bennifer , #ARod , #Eminem , #MachineGunKelly,#DrDre

Bedletter
Voices: Flying Cats - Homeless in a Hurricane Pt. 2

Bedletter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 57:55


Hurricane Ida was the second most destructive hurricane to make landfall in the United States, with winds reaching up to 149mph. While many civilians were busy evacuating or hunkering down in their homes, a large population of homeless people were outside trying to obtain shelter of their own. Some made it into hotels, apartments, hospitals, and homeless shelters, while others were forced to hide behind walls and use trees to shield from the wind. The homeless story of Hurricane Ida is an interesting one—filled with tales of incredible endurance, striking survival, and a deep love of home: New Orleans, Louisiana. Episode 61.Subscribe at bedletter.substack.com Follow Christian on TwitterThis is the final part in my two-part series on the homeless experience in New Orleans. In the first episode, we heard the stories of Cris, Michael, Earlene, Lo, and Adam. In this production, we hear the voices of Elton, Eric, Stephanie, and Lane. Each person had a different take on the storm, and in many cases, weathered it in their own way. Some received help from FEMA while others found it impossible to catch word of where to be at the right time.The voices we hear in these two episodes allow those of us on the outside to gain a better understanding of what it’s like in the middle of an intense natural disaster. What’s more, we are able to get first-hand accounts of those that were on the front lines of it. We hear about how the locals helped the locals, how dark the city got during the power outages, how loud the raging wind and rain were, and how dangerous it was to navigate the storm. Having never been in a hurricane myself, I appreciated bridging the gap between what I imagine happening with what actually occurred.A huge thank you to those who gave me their time and energy throughout this production. Your stories are real, your voices are heard. Most importantly, they are remembered.For those interested in donating to the relief of people most seriously impacted by Hurricane Ida, I have included a link below. Donations go toward food, medical supplies, construction, and other items required by frontline workers.Link to the donation fund: GlobalGiving Hurricane Ida Relief FundA huge thank you to Bedletter subscribers and those who listen and enjoy the newsletter and show! If you have a thought, critique, or question, please feel free to share that below in the comments section, or send me a message on Twitter!The best way to support my work is by subscribing to my Substack. It helps keep the lights on, the ideas flowing, and the content coming! If you haven’t yet, be sure to subscribe using the fancy button below. Thanks for everything! Get full access to Bedletter with Christian Ashliman at bedletter.substack.com/subscribe

Karen Hunter Show
Ashley Shelton - Founder & Executive Director of The Power Coalition of Equity & Justice in Louisiana

Karen Hunter Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 26:55


Your30 W/ Marty & The Arrogant Observer
Ep. 260 Of Your 30 W/ Marty & The Arrogant Observer: Arrogant Observer Came To Play (Copy)

Your30 W/ Marty & The Arrogant Observer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 138:00


This week Marty and The Arrogant Observer are back form their brief hiatus to talk about Hurricane Ida, Marty's news, and Dave Chappelle.

Energy Week
175 - Oil to $200? | Energy Crisis Prompts Asia to Turn to USA for Oil | Dr. Dean Foreman with API

Energy Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 53:18


Ellen R. Wald, Ph.D.2:21 PM (0 minutes ago)to me, EllenCrazy' Bets on $200 Oil Invade the Options Markethttps://www.wsj.com/articles/crazy-bets-on-200-oil-invade-the-options-market-11634463002- Will WTI go over $100 per barrel- Options don't mean that traders actually think that oil will go to that high but the best indicate directional movesEnergy Crisis Prompts Asia to Turn to USA for Oilhttps://www.rigzone.com/news/wire/energy_crisis_prompts_asia_to_turn_to_usa_for_oil-18-oct-2021-166745-article- Asian buyers are buying more US sour crude cargoes for delivery in November and December- Mostly because WTI is trading at a $3 discount to BrentWill $80 Oil Open Shale's Spigots?https://www.energyintel.com/0000017c-85a2-d141-a17c-a5fad5170000- What if US rig count suddenly increases? Will that change OPEC's calculus?- If Permian increases, U.S. natural gas production will increase too.Coast guard: California oil pipeline may have been dragged by cargo shiphttps://news.yahoo.com/coast-guard-california-oil-pipeline-191111477.html- Is there anything that can't be blamed on container ships and the global supply chain?https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/576600-how-utilities-could-offset-the-coming-winters-record-high-energy?rl=1Dr. Dean Foreman from API Energy- highest gasoline prices since 2014!- highest natural gas prices since 2008!- domestic markets are relatively well supplied but Europe and Asian markets are short- D-E-I indicator: tracks roughly with the year on year change in industrial production. Still positive, signalling that the broader economy in US should continue to grow though there were some manufacturing indicators in U.S. that indicate industry beginning to slow.- Will energy prices start to weigh on economic growth? Not seeing this in the D-E-I indicator but there are some concerns over this, especially with Fed policy.- Oil prices have risen but there's no shortage. With gas, there is a shortage in Europe and Asia. Spot cargoes going for many times the average.- Some drilling response in U.S. Adding 7-10 rigs/week. Drilling picking up in lag. Is that enough to meet EIA predictions? According to EIA, US needs to add 1.8 million bpd to hit $60-$70 per barrel. - Cost escalation in oil industry is significant. That is going to make break-even prices increase a lot. Supply chain issues, tariffs on steel and other materials, labor shortages.- Hard to catch up to lack of investment. In Q2 only saw about $37 billion in investment. Compare to $68 billion at same point in 2019. Only half of what we saw during Great Recession adjusted for inflation. Capital projects down $110 billion year on year.- If you pile on policy from Biden admin saying that they want half of all US electricity to come from solar by 2030 how do you get funding for a multibillion dollar natural gas drilling project in Pennsylvania approved?- Highest for the month of September of NGL production! Economic decision to take NGLs out of natural gas. - Illinois has the second lowest stores on record as of last EIA report. - US has pretty much maximized output of LNG for the terminals we have. - 20.6 million bpd of petroleum demand in US - record high for September.- Refined products exports lowest since May 2020: why? Some issues due to Hurricane Ida but also US trending to become net petroleum importer as opposed to exporter. Broader trend over last 6-7 months is that US is back to net importer.

Your30 W/ Marty & The Arrogant Observer
Ep. 260 Of Your 30 W/ Marty & The Arrogant Observer: Arrogant Observer Came To Play

Your30 W/ Marty & The Arrogant Observer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 138:00


This week Marty and The Arrogant Observer are back form their brief hiatus to talk about Hurricane Ida, Marty's news, and Dave Chappelle.

SisChat
Unplanned Vacation

SisChat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 57:31


Contrary to the title, we did plan our Vacation to New Orleans. We planned it well, in advance and on a budget. Unfortunately we planned our vacation to New Orleans for August 27th - September 1st, during hurricane season... and ended up getting stuck in Hurricane Ida. Lights went out, plumbing went out and patience ran out. Listen to this episode of SisChat for a story time about riding out a hurricane, but keep in mind, we are not the victims of this hurricane. Enjoy the stories but don't feel bad for us, we came home safely and to our respective home intact.

The Scoot Show with Scoot
Amanda Shaw y'all!

The Scoot Show with Scoot

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 32:10


Scoot talks to Amanda Shaw, who is in the middle of her Bayou Relief Tour benefiting where residents impacted from Hurricane Ida can see Amanda play, as well as provide access to industry professionals who will share key tools, resources, and information needed to rebuild stronger. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The What Podcast
The What Podcast at Austin City Limits 2021

The What Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 58:52


This week on The What Podcast, Brad tells Barry and Lord Taco all about his experience at Austin City Limits 2021. Highlights include George Strait, Durand Jones, and sushi, and not necessarily in that order. Take a listen above, and make sure you like and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. You can also check out Consequence's recap and daily photo galleries of ACL Weekend 1, plus a full gallery from Weekend 2. Subscribe to The What using the links above, and follow the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our programs. Also, snag the "Radiate Positivity" T-shirt at the Consequence Shop; a portion of proceeds goes to help those impacted by Hurricane Ida.

Whoa, Dad!
HURRICANE IDA

Whoa, Dad!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 48:28


My dad was in New Orleans when Hurricane Ida hit. I don't know what was worse, the storm or the hit he took when he flipped over his electronic scooter the day before the hurricane. Bobby tells the tales of what it was like during and after the storm like his heroic moment saving the roof of the shed, making due without electricity and his unique inventions that came to him while in isolation.  Hint: It's not NOT a porn flashlight. OH! Not to mention his new carnivore diet that was inspired by his broken ribs. 

Louisiana Considered Podcast
Louisiana Considered: Lt. Gen. Honoré on who pays for abandoned oil facility cleanup

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 24:30


Adam Vos hosted this Thursday's episode of Louisiana Considered. Russel Honoré, a retired lieutenant general who was in charge of the U.S. response to Hurricane Katrina 16 years ago, says cleanup of oil that escaped from abandoned oil infrastructure during Hurricane Ida could cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Who should pay for it? Here's what Honore has to say. Shreveport filmmaker Gregory Kallenberg talks with us about the Louisiana Film Prize and what it's doing for indie film producers in Louisiana. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

ManListening
Melinda believes busine$$ and art can coexist

ManListening

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 46:40


Melinda Benson tells Stuart what it was like to go to college with only women - in the class, teaching it and even all the administrators. From there she tracked down a company founded by a future recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom - because she firmly believed in its mission. On those lines. Melinda talks about living in New Orleans post-Katrina and how Hurricane Ida was the final straw.    

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief
October 13, 2021 | Daily News Brief |FEMA Request Denied. Federal Espionage. Bus Driver Pay Raise. Compost Program.

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 9:15


Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle.   SPONSORS: Many thanks to our sponsors... Solar Energy Services because solar should be in your future! The Kristi Neidhardt Team. If you are looking to buy or sell your home, give Kristi a call at 888-860-7369! Scott Gibson for Ward 2 And NOW OPEN in Annapolis, Rehab 2 Perform! Today...FEMA has denied the state's request that a major disaster declaration be made, after Hurricane Ida. Pittman is now calling on Gov. Hogan to declare a state of emergency in order to provide state assistance to business and residents still affected. Annapolis couple Jonathan Toebbe and Diana Toebbe appeared in federal court in Martinsburg, West Virginia after being charged with federal espionage. Anne Arundel County school bus drivers are one step away from a pay raise. The City of Annapolis is expanding the program with Annapolis Compost and other partners to include a six-month pilot composting project. And of course, George from DCMDVA Weather is here with your local weather forecast! Please download their APP so you can keep on top of the local weather scene! The Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief is produced every Monday through Friday at 6:00 am and available wherever you get your podcasts and also on our social media platforms--All Annapolis and Eye On Annapolis (FB) and @eyeonannapolis (TW) NOTE: For hearing impaired subscribers, a full transcript is available on Eye On Annapolis

Louisiana Considered Podcast
Louisiana Considered: Doctors fight vaccine misinformation targeted at pregnant people

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 24:29


Also, New Orleans cyclists stage a protest, a unique art exhibit in the Bywater and how some charities supported victims of Hurricane Ida. Diane Mackhosted this Tuesday's episode of Louisiana Considered. WWNO/WRKF Public Health reporter Rosemary Westwoodreports on Louisiana doctors' efforts to convince pregnant people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The CDC now recommends that pregnant people get vaccinated to prevent hospitalization, death and adverse pregnancy outcomes. WWNO City Hall reporter Ryan Nelsen reports on Saturday's Ride for Our Lives protest in New Orleans. Attendees protested in support of safer road conditions for cyclists, including more bike lanes and improvements to existing bike lanes. Former WWNO host Cynthia Scottdiscusses her current art exhibit at the Front in New Orleans. The exhibit is titled “Inheritance,” and it features works made from her grandmother's collection of handwoven lace. The exhibit will be on display until Nov. 7. Gulf States Newsroom reporter Stephan Bisahareports on the simple, yet effective approach some charities are taking to aid victims after disasters like Hurricane Ida - just giving them cash. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Buckets Of Duckets
63. CHANGE AINT NEVER DONE NO GOOD FOR NOBODY

Buckets Of Duckets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 96:11


This week on Buckets of Duckets your heroes are back!! Josh shares some Neighborhood Watts stories that may reveal he's been the villain all along. Chase & Josh share their hurricane stories being stuck in Louisiana during Hurricane Ida. Chase reminds us all that their is nothing funny about Ink Masters & finally Josh may be raising a monster.   Subscribe, Like & Share  Hosted by; Chase Mayers & Josh Watts  BucketsofDuckets.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Louisiana Considered Podcast
Louisiana Considered: LaPlace residents weigh options after Hurricane Ida

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 24:30


Also, Texas residents seeking abortions are traveling to a Shreveport women's health clinic. Patrick Madden hosted this episode of Louisiana Considered. In a story originally aired Friday on NPR's All Things Considered, NPR's Sarah McCammonand Gulf States Newsroom reporter Shalina Chatlanitalk with residents of LaPlace about why they choose to remain in the city despite repeatedly being subjected to extreme tropical weather conditions. In another story by Sarah McCammonaired last Thursday, she reports on the impact of Texas' 6-week abortion ban in Louisiana. Unable to find a clinic in their state, many Texas residents seeking abortions traveled to Hope Medical Group for Women in Shreveport. Louisiana's abortion laws are only marginally less restrictive than those in Texas, but the clinic became became the nearest option for many people to get a safe abortion. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Vision Slightly Blurred
Did an Italian Student Plagiarize an Ethiopian Artist at the Milano Photo Festival?

Vision Slightly Blurred

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 19:13


The 2021 Milan Photo Festival catalog includes a group exhibition by students at the Istituto Italiano Fotografia on the topic of Dante's Inferno. One of the students, Andrea Sacchetti, produced an image that is virtually identical to a well-known image by Ethiopian artist Aïda Muluneh without attribution.After @AFWomeninPhoto tweeted about the plagiarism, photo Twitter shook its collective head in dismay, and the Festival issued a statement that "here was no will to plagiarize against such a prestigious author." Nevertheless, Sacchetti's images remain in the exhibition. Muluneh subsequently issued a video response in which she stated "Just because there's been one post shared and a couple of messages sent, it's not the end of the conversation."Also in the show: Nicola Dove captures Daniel Craig in his final outing as James Bond in "No Time to Die" and you can support the rebuilding of South Louisiana following the destruction of Hurricane Ida through PhotographsForLouisiana.com

THE JEREMIAH PATTERSON SHOW
My Brother Had Covid-19, CDC Director On Future of Pandemic | Ep. 446

THE JEREMIAH PATTERSON SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 44:11


On this episode, I begin with a personnel story of my young brother testing positive for COVID-19 and the dire situation in states across the nation. Alaska, the largest state in the country, having to ration care and relent to "crisis standards of care". The CDC Director saying the future of the pandemic depends squarely on "human behavior." After that, I talk about the damage from Hurricane Ida and how the climate crisis played a major role. Furthermore, I report on a nefarious Surfside Condo Collapse scam which has resulted in criminal charges and arrests. Finally, I report on breaking news: Texas Gov. Abbott issuing an executive order prohibiting vaccine mandates in defiance of President Biden's federal order. Alaska Health Officials, Medical Staff Overwhelmed and Harassed- https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/overwhelmed-by-covid-patients-alaskas-health-care-workers-also-face-harassment Hurricane Ida Assitance, Information: https://wbhm.org/2021/want-to-help-after-hurricane-ida-southern-charities-say-the-best-way-is-giving-people-cash/ https://www.klfy.com/louisiana-news/fema-warns-of-identity-theft-and-other-hurricane-ida-scams/ https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/hurricane-ida-louisiana-cancer-alley-1221409/ https://www.upmatters.com/news/washington-dc/lawmakers-examine-u-s-army-corps-of-engineers-response-to-hurricane-ida-and-future-storm-preparations/ ______________________________________________________ TJPS SHOW INFORMATION: The Jeremiah Patterson Show Website- https://futurepres101.wixsite.com/tjps The Jeremiah Patterson Show YouTube Channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmSdvXFGVYMtKItnF6qdaCw The Jeremiah Patterson Show TikTok- https://www.tiktok.com/@tjpsnews? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thejeremiahpattersonshow/message

American Shoreline Podcast Network
Water Quality Updates with Pontchartrain Conservancy | Delta Dispatches

American Shoreline Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 41:55


As impacts from Hurricane Ida continue to be assessed, Pontchartrain Conservancy's Water Quality Program Director Brady Skaggs discusses how the storm affected water quality across the region and what actions you can take to improve water quality in nearby waterways. Skaggs also highlights the newly-launched Lake and Coast App that puts water quality data at your fingertips. As a reminder, you can find ways to help those impacted by Hurricane Ida here, and don't forget to check out our newly-launched Community Guide to Coastal Restoration!

WBHM 90.3 Public Radio
Want to help after Hurricane Ida? Southern charities say the best way is giving people cash

WBHM 90.3 Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


Bedletter
Voices: Can't Drown a Fish - Homeless in a Hurricane Pt. 1

Bedletter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 70:38


Listen now (70 min) | Where do the homeless go in a natural disaster? Do they find shelter, are they cared for? The answers may surprise you. In this Voices production, Christian heads back out on the streets to gather the stories of homeless people who endured Hurricane Ida. In the most intense hurricane since Katrina, Ida left destruction in its wake. This is the first in a two-part series detailing the homeless experience through Ida. Episode 60. Get full access to Bedletter with Christian Ashliman at bedletter.substack.com/subscribe

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Climate change's uneven impact on communities of color compounded by uneven flow of aid

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 8:38


Hurricane Ida survivors are still facing a difficult road ahead, nearly six weeks after it battered Louisiana as a Category 4 storm. And in Lake Charles, Louisiana, thousands are still waiting for relief from a string of natural disasters that began more than a year ago. Some say it shows the climate change's disproportionate toll on low-income communities. Community reporter Roby Chavez reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Real Talk with QHT
S2 - E15 Basement Apartments in NYC after Hurricane Ida

Real Talk with QHT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 20:39


With the flooding that happened in NYC as a result of rainfall from Hurricane Ida, and several deaths mostly in basement apartments, renewed scrutiny has come to the whole issue of basement apartments in NYC. Mayor De Blasio announced a period of no fines to owners of illegal basement apartments. In this episode, George and Dan go over the decision and the ramifications for NYC homeowners. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/queenshometeam/message

Delta Dispatches
Water Quality Updates with Pontchartrain Conservancy

Delta Dispatches

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 38:31


As impacts from Hurricane Ida continue to be assessed, Pontchartrain Conservancy's (https://scienceforourcoast.org/) Water Quality Program Director Brady Skaggs discusses how the storm affected water quality across the region and what actions you can take to improve water quality in nearby waterways. Skaggs also highlights the newly-launched Lake and Coast App (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.scienceforourcoast.lakeandcoast&pcampaignid=pcampaignidMKT-Other-global-all-co-prtnr-py-PartBadge-Mar2515-1) that puts water quality data at your fingertips. As a reminder, you can find ways to help those impacted by Hurricane Ida here (https://mississippiriverdelta.org/ida/), and don't forget to check out our newly-launched Community Guide to Coastal Restoration (https://mississippiriverdelta.org/handbook/)!

Daily Emunah Podcast - Daily Emunah By Rabbi David Ashear

There is a statement in Chazal, Baba Kama, daf 60, "כיון שניתנה רשות למשחית להשחית, אינו מבחין בין צדיק לרשע", which means, once Hashem gives permission to a destroying angel to destroy, it does not distinguish between good people and bad people. On the surface level, this sounds like a frightening statement, as if to say a tzaddik could get hurt without deserving it. The mefarshim, however, explain otherwise. Everybody has a certain amount of sin, even tzaddikim, but Hashem in His infinite kindness delays the consequences of the sin in the hope that the people will do teshuva. This statement is saying that when Hashem gives the destroyer permission to destroy, it is able to administer the consequences even to the tzaddik, which he deserves, without giving him that extra time for teshuva. But it is important to know, Hashem is in charge of the destroying angel as well and nothing happens unless it is His will. In the mabul, the entire world perished, but Hashem wanted to keep Noach and his family alive, as well as all the animals. Some explain, it was Hashem Himself who brought the mabul, not the destroying angel, and therefore Hashem distinguished between the tzaddik and the rasha. Others explain, Hashem told Noach to go into the teiva, because that was a place where the destroying angel did not have authority. The same concept is brought up during makat bechorot in Mitzrayim where all the firstborn Egyptians died but the Jewish firstborns remained alive. Some say Hashem Himself brought the plague, so He Himself distinguished between the Mitzrim and the Jews. Others say Hashem told the Jewish People to stay inside, a place where the destroying angel did not have authority over. Either way, it was and is Hashem who makes all decisions, and nothing ever happens to a person if it's not the will of Hashem for him, whether it is a bodily injury or the loss of money, it's always Hashem. In the beginning of September, the residual effects of Hurricane Ida were felt in the New York area. Many homes were destroyed, some people reported up to 12 feet of water inside their homes. There were people with valuable merchandise in their basements, losing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the flooding. There were other homes that were not affected at all. In fact, there were homes next door to each other, one completely flooded, and one untouched. Of course, we have no idea of the workings of Heaven, why Hashem does what He does. But we do know that although the hurricane barreled through the city, it wasn't just whoever was in its path got affected. It was whoever Hashem determined needed to be affected got affected, and for the best reasons possible. But nothing happened haphazardly. A man who recently built a new home in Brooklyn told me he was in his New Jersey house for the summer when the hurricane hit. That day, his wife needed to be in Brooklyn and she got delayed there. She called him in the early evening saying she didn't want to drive back as she was exhausted and heavy rain was expected that night. He told her, although in the thirty years they have been married, his wife has never stayed alone at home without him, this time he told her to stay. That night, she locked all the doors and put on the alarm. Some time later, the alarm went off. She went downstairs and saw water was coming from the outside into their basement. It was a very large, fully furnished basement in a brand new home. She called her husband who told her to go outside and check the source of the flooding, and see if it could be stopped. She opened the front door and went outside and, without realizing, the front door closed behind her and was locked. Now, she was stuck outside in the pouring rain. What seemed to be a bad situation got much worse. The only way back into the house was a padlock on their garage door, but the garage was at the bottom of a slope and the water was piled up many feet there, making access impossible. Her husband told her to call the contractor who built their home, asking him what to do. He answered the phone although it was late at night and told her there was a drain by the garage which must have gotten clogged. He advised her to go there, stick her hand in the water and try to pull out the debris that was clogging the drain. She followed his instructions and a few minutes later, all the water went down the drain and stopped coming into their home. The basement was saved with close to no damage at all. The man told me, it's clear for whatever reason Hashem did not want my home to be flooded that night. Firstly, he made my wife stay in Brooklyn, out of the ordinary. Secondly, she got locked out of the house, which forced her to call the contractor and discover the remedy. Everything that happens is determined only by Hashem, and so we should always feel comfortable knowing that for sure whatever happened was the best outcome possible.

Building Us
Quitting For Winners

Building Us

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 53:09


We have an ethos in America that quitting is bad. Quitting is weak. Quitting is for losers. We preach… “One step at a time.” “Life is not a sprint.” “Keep grinding.” Grit, Grind, and Persistence are critical for achievement and success.  But…there's also a time to quit and for good reasons. Listen in as Dr. Matt Morris, LPC, LMFT, and Erik Garcia, CFP® discuss why winners sometimes quit. Episode Highlights: Erik & Matt discuss the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. (0:53) Matt & Erik discuss the idea of quitting in general. (5:09) Matt mentions that the quitter should not be shamed. (9:04) Matt discusses the mentality of the word don't quit. (10:32) Matt explains that sometimes people must give up something in order to pursue something better. (14:17) Matt mentions that people sometimes quit something that is now inconsistent with their values. (17:04) Matt discusses how people may stop something because it is counterproductive to their preferred quality of life. (19:54) Erik defines the term "return of investment". (21:11) Matt mentions that another good reason to quit is when what you're doing is harmful. (23:16) Matt gives an example of a good reason for a marathon runner to abandon the race. (24:32) Matt explains that there are occasions when it's a wise choice to end a partnership. (26:50) Matt and Erik talk about the pros and cons of divorce. (30:10) Erik believes that there is a time to get away to gain clarity in order to figure out what is going on and what the next step should be. (36:24) Matt mentions that relationships are naturally difficult. (39:14) Matt explains that relationships do not begin as harmful or abusive. (44:24) Matt and Erik talk about their decision to quit the podcast. (47:04) Key Quotes: “There is a really good time and reason to quit. And we shouldn't shame the quitter. Sometimes it's good to quit.” - Dr. Matt Morris, LPC, LMFT “People choose different paths, and we can respect both positions, we can support both positions and both positions can be healthy at different times for different people for different reasons. There is a time to quit, and there are clear benefits to quitting.” - Dr. Matt Morris, LPC, LMFT “There are things that you're doing that are inconsistent with that value of freedom of your own time, if that makes sense. So it's almost like a rediscovery of your values and realigning behaviors with those values.” - Erik Garcia, CFP® Resources Mentioned: Erik Garcia, CFP® Dr. Matt Morris, LPC, LMFT Garcia Financial Group Matt Morris & Associates

Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff
How US Workers are Really Treated

Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 28:59


This week on Economic Update, Prof. Wolff pays homage to Mikis Theodorakis, Greek musician and political hero, and discusses Starbucks workers in Buffalo, the economic fallout of Supreme Court's anti-aborton act, what Hurricane Ida fatalities show, and the $8 trillion cost of US wars since 9/11. The second half of the show features an interview Leila Roberts and Tess Fraad-Wolff on the harsh realities of US treatment of workers.

This is Joy & Claire
95: Failed Croissants

This is Joy & Claire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 42:32


HELLO NED DISCOUNT CODE JOY VOLUNTEER HERE for Hurricane IDA help www.joyandclaire.com Girls Gone Wod email: thisisjoyandclaire@gmail.com Instagram: joyandclaire_ The post 95: Failed Croissants appeared first on This is Joy & Claire.

The What Podcast
The Evolution of the Live Show: Marc Myers Joins The What Podcast

The What Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 65:37


Marc Myers, a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal, joins Brad, Barry, and Lord Taco to discuss his new book, ROCK CONCERT: An Oral History as Told by the Artists, Backstage Insiders, and Fans Who Were There. It's a fun conversation on The What Podcast that looks at the evolution of the live show from the '50s to the '80s. Myers gives insider info about how rock concerts evolved, how a particular series of events led to the arena shows we know and love today, and what the industry looks like in 2021. Take a listen, and make sure you like and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Then, follow the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our programs. Keep the Bonnaroo spirit alive by picking up our "Radiate Positivity" T-shirt at the Consequence Shop. A portion of proceeds go to the American Red Cross to help those affected by Hurricane Ida.

Dad Rocks!
Life is Like a Hurricane

Dad Rocks!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 58:05


In this episode Josh, Joe, and Steve give some updates on their lives, including the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, concerts, and high school parties. Afterwards, they discuss music they've been listening to lately. Link to Spotify playlist: https://spoti.fi/39TsvcZ (Recorded September 10, 2021)

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

Louisiana Considered Podcast
Louisiana Considered: Mishandled Evacuation Of Incarcerated Individuals During Ida, NOLA Live Music Updates

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 24:30


The Music Box Village and Musaica Chamber Ensemble return to live performance in New Orleans. Diane Mackhosted this Tuesday's episode of Louisiana Considered. WWNO/WRKF reporter Bobbi-Jeanne Misickreports on the close-quarters, unhygienic conditions that incarcerated residents faced during the botched evacuations of Louisiana jails and correctional facilities during Hurricane Ida. Project Airlift Program Director of Public Programs Eliza McDermottdiscusses the reopening of the Music Box Village, where artists combine music, architecture and collaboration to create musical structures in the Bywater. Musaica founder and violist Bruce Owendiscusses the chamber ensemble's upcoming 16th season and return to live performance. The season is entitled “A Musical Journey” and will run from October 11, 2021 to April 19, 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Argus Media
The Crude Report: Life on Mars

Argus Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 12:03


Infrastructure supporting the flow of medium-sour crude oil Mars continues to recover from Hurricane Ida damage. Yet despite some setbacks to fully bring back platforms like Shell's WD-143, the Argus Mars assessment has maintained strong liquidity. In this episode of The Crude Report, Argus Deputy Editor Amanda Smith and Vice President of Business Development Jeff Kralowetz go over the latest update on the Mars infrastructure and how this price has maintained its resiliency.

Public Health On Call
BONUS - The Latest from Louisiana: A COVID-19 Delta Surge + Hurricane Ida

Public Health On Call

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 13:57


How does a health department cope with a pandemic surge that coincides with one of the largest hurricanes to make landfall in 150 years? State health commissioner Dr. Joseph Kanter talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about the challenges of dual emergencies, how the pandemic and storm responses impacted one another, and how the health department is coping nearly 19 months into the pandemic.

Energy Policy Now
What Stands Between Louisiana and a Resilient Electric Grid?

Energy Policy Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 41:29


Hurricane Ida was the most recent storm to wreak havoc on Louisiana's electric grid.  A legal expert discusses the struggle to provide resilient power in the state as weather and climate risks grow.---The year 2021 has seen an unprecedented number of large-scale electric grid failures driven by extreme weather. Over the winter, severe cold led to the collapse of Texas' electricity system, while in California an aging electric grid has sparked wildfires in a state that has endured two decades of drought. Most recently, Hurricanes Ida and Nicholas knocked out electric lines along the Gulf Coast, leaving tens of thousands of residents without power, many for weeks.What all of these electricity system failures have in common, apart from the lives that they have cost, is that they are likely to be repeated unless the electric grid can be made more resilient.Robert Verchick, a professor of environmental law at Loyola University in New Orleans, discusses the challenge of making the electric grid resilient in Louisiana, a state that arguably has the longest record of combating climate-related natural disasters and the electric grid destruction they cause.Verchick explores why Louisiana has so far failed to adequately address the threat to its electric grid, and discusses recent initiatives in the state to develop a more robust, and greener grid even as resistance to such efforts continues.Robert Verchick is the Gauthier-St. Martin Chair in Environmental Law at Loyola University New Orleans and president of the Center for Progressive Reform. He is also a member of Louisiana Governor John Bel Edward's Climate Initiatives Task Force.Related Content The Carbon Shock: Investor Response to the British Columbia Carbon Tax  https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/the-carbon-shock-investor-response-to-the-british-columbia-carbon-tax/ Electricity Storage and Renewables: How Investments Change as Technology Improves  https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/electricity-storage-and-renewables-how-investments-change-as-technology-improves/  Balancing Act: Can Petrochemicals Be Both Emissions Free and Zero-Waste? https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/balancing-act-can-petrochemicals-be-both-emissions-free-and-zero-waste/ 

Sit Downs and Sessions
Mitchell‘s Cafe & Canal Music Studios in Lambertville, NJ

Sit Downs and Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 42:53


Chris and Dave head to Mitchell's Cafe, a great Irish pub in Lambertville, NJ to talk to violinist Adrienne Walsh of the Canal Music Studio, which was destroyed by the flood waters from Hurricane Ida. They talk about the night the water rose and Adrienne's struggle to reopen the studio for her students. Afterwards, Adrienne is joined by fellow violinist and former student Coco to play us an amazing live violin piece. You can help the Canal Music Studio reopen by donating to their GoFundMe page. Click here: https://tinyurl.com/rjazx4fy If you have any questions or comments you can find the show on Facebook @SitDownsAndSession or email us at sitdownsandsessions@gmail.com

Movie Lovers Unite
HollyShorts: Film Festival: Second Review

Movie Lovers Unite

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 10:43


Hello Movie Lovers, for tonight's episode John reviews the HollyShorts: Film nominated movie Second. Plot: “SECOND” follows twin sisters Sybil and Sasha, both played by Hernandez, who try to come to terms with their differences only to discover a haunting supernatural tragedy. Hello Movie Lovers, John and Frenchie gives you their thoughts on the newest trailers for Cobra Kai S4, Stranger Things S4, Netflix's The Sandman Movie, and Nightmare Alley. To donate to the Red Cross to the victims of Hurricane Ida and get Scentsy click the link https://tlbodenhamer84.scentsy.us/party/15014244/helping-people-affected-by-ida If you want to donate to the show feel free to do so by going to https://www.gofundme.com/f/movie-lovers-unite-podcast?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1 For all of your entertainment news make sure that you check out www.movieloversunite.com If you want to be apart of our Patron feel free by clicking the link https://www.patreon.com/join/movieloversunite Follow us on Facebook at https://m.facebook.com/HouseNerdGeek/?ref=bookmarks --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movieloversunite/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/movieloversunite/support

Movie Lovers Unite
John and Frenchie Reviews The Newest Trailers. Cobra Kai, Stranger Things 4, and More!

Movie Lovers Unite

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 37:37


Hello Movie Lovers, John and Frenchie gives you their thoughts on the newest trailers for Cobra Kai S4, Stranger Things S4, Netflix's The Sandman Movie, and Nightmare Alley. #sandman #cobrakaiseason4 #strangerthings4 To donate to the Red Cross to the victims of Hurricane Ida and get Scentsy click the link https://tlbodenhamer84.scentsy.us/party/15014244/helping-people-affected-by-ida If you want to donate to the show feel free to do so by going to https://www.gofundme.com/f/movie-lovers-unite-podcast?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1 For all of your entertainment news make sure that you check out www.movieloversunite.com If you want to be apart of our Patron feel free by clicking the link https://www.patreon.com/join/movieloversunite Follow us on Facebook at https://m.facebook.com/HouseNerdGeek/?ref=bookmarks --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movieloversunite/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/movieloversunite/support

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

The Movie Crypt
Ep 434: William Butler

The Movie Crypt

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 64:50


PUBLIC VERSION. Actor, writer, director, and #1 best selling author William Butler (FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VII: THE NEW BLOOD, LEATHERFACE: TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 3, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1990), MADHOUSE) joins Adam, Joe, and Arwen to share his career journey so far. From his early exposure to show business growing up working at a venue that hosted huge concerts like PRINCE and massive events like the circus… to following his childhood friend and beloved FX artist the late John Vulich out to Los Angeles where he lived in his car and briefly worked as a “Tour Guide” on Disneyland's legendary Jungle Cruise ride… found himself working all over the world with the FX departments on films like FROM BEYOND, THE GARBAGE PAIL KIDS MOVIE, PRISON, and ARMY OF DARKNESS… to acting in franchise classics like FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VII, LEATHERFACE: TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 3, and Tom Savini's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD remake… to writing and directing feature films like MADHOUSE and FURNACE, creating TV series like Amazon Prime's RESONATOR: MISKATONIC U, and directing everything from episodic television to network promotions … to the release of his best selling book “TAWDRY TALES AND CONFESSIONS FROM HORROR'S BOY NEXT DOOR”… William (Billy) Butler has quite literally seen and done it all. Dr. Arwen provides “Hollywood Therapy” for a writer questioning the morality of darker works of art, Joe narrowly escapes from Hurricane Ida, Billy shares a real-life horror story from the set of FURNACE, and Adam declares that Billy's autobiography is THE book of the year for you. (Yes- YOU!) Seriously folks, this is sure to be one of your favorite episodes of THE MOVIE CRYPT. You're welcome! If you're STILL not supporting this podcast for a measly $1 a month and getting the full versions of every new episode… we actually feel bad for you for missing out on the best parts of this super-sized episode! We'll just go ahead and leave this here: www.Patreon.com/TheMovieCrypt 

The Dr. John Delony Show
Hopelessness, Anger, & Survivor's Guilt After Hurricane Ida

The Dr. John Delony Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 57:34


The Dr. John Delony Show is a caller-driven show that offers real people a chance to be heard as they struggle with relationship issues and mental health challenges. John will give you practical advice on how to connect with people, how to take the next right step when you feel frozen, and how to cut through the depression and anxiety that can feel so overwhelming. You are not alone in this battle. You are worth being well—and it starts by focusing on what you can control. Let us know what's going on by leaving a voicemail at 844.693.3291 or visiting johndelony.com/show. We want to talk to YOU!   Show Notes for this Episode Mailbag: John reads your poems Just experienced Hurricane Ida & I'm struggling with survivor's guilt Grieving my husband's brain damage after a car accident   Lyrics of the Day: "Ballad of Jayne" - L.A. Guns   As heard on this episode:  BetterHelp dreamcloudsleep.com/delony Conversation Starters Redefining Anxiety John's Free Guided Meditation Ramsey+   tags: grief, anger/resentment/bitterness, marriage, parenting, kids   These platforms contain content, including information provided by guests, that is intended for informational and entertainment purposes only. The content is not intended to replace or substitute for any professional medical, counseling, therapeutic, financial, legal, or other advice. The Lampo Group, LLC d/b/a Ramsey Solutions as well as its affiliates and subsidiaries (including their respective employees, agents and representatives) make no representations or warranties concerning the content and expressly disclaim any and all liability concerning the content including any treatment or action taken by any person following the information offered or provided within or through this show. If you have specific concerns or a situation in which you require professional advice, you should consult with an appropriately trained and qualified professional expert and specialist. If you are having a health or mental health emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately.

The NewsWorthy
Special Edition: Rescues, Recovery & Real Stories w/ the Cajun Navy

The NewsWorthy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 14:44


Thousands of people in Louisiana are cleaning up from Hurricane Ida, one of the most powerful storms to ever make landfall in the U.S. Who is there to help when first responders get overwhelmed? What happens in these communities in the weeks after the winds die down, the floodwaters recede and the national media leaves? Volunteers are often doing the work to help their neighbors pick up the pieces and rebuild. One of those organizations is the Cajun Navy. The group got its start after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 when boat owners stepped up to help rescue people. Since then, Cajun Navy volunteers have become a regular presence whenever a natural disaster strikes. One of those volunteers is Rob Gaudet. He's from the Cajun Navy Ground Force in Louisiana and is the founder and director of the Cajun Navy Foundation. Rob has been on the road for weeks helping in the wake of Hurricane Ida. Today, he's sharing what he's seeing now after that storm and the types of volunteer missions that have stuck with him for years. For information on how to volunteer or donate, visit CrowdRelief.net This episode is brought to you by Rothys.com/newsworthy and kiwico.com (Listen for the discount code) Get ad-free episodes by becoming an insider: www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider 

Up First
Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 14:16


Will the winter season prompt another COVID surge? And how are U.S. border agents managing the thousands of migrants camping under a border bridge? Plus, an investigation into Hurricane Ida's power collapse.

Up First
Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 14:16


Will the winter season prompt another COVID surge? And how are U.S. border agents managing the thousands of migrants camping under a border bridge? Plus, an investigation into Hurricane Ida's power collapse.

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2679 - The Standoff Congressional Dems Face w/ Reconciliation, Infrastructure

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 70:22


Sam and Emma tackle a huge last week in news, as well as what's coming down the pike in Congress, the courts, and more. They also speak with Bhairavi Desai, Executive Director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance (NYTWA), to discuss NYTWA's new debt forgiveness campaign for Medallion cab drivers. Bhairavi, Sam, and Emma dive into the recent conflict around the NYC taxi company Medallion, and how after decades of the city inflating the price, making hundreds of millions, while capitalizing particularly on immigrants taking out loans, the city helped bolster Uber and Lyft's unregulated takeover of the market, with some officials even going to work for them following their job in government. Next, they take on how COVID, in particular, created a massive impending problem for Medallion taxi cab drivers, who average $550,000 in debt, which is compounded by the floundering of city policy in effectively handling this, and what the NYTWA's recent protests have entailed, as well as what they're fighting for. Emma and Sam also cover developments in a few longstanding strikes, including the St. Vincent nurses, the United Mine Workers of America strike in Alabama, and the IATSE strike among some production unions, before touching on how Biden's administration has capitalized on pre-existing Trump immigration policy with the use of Title 42. They also look forward to what progression we can see over the next couple of weeks when it comes to the bipartisan infrastructure bill and reconciliation, touching on how Democrats could ensure the raising of the debt ceiling, what Pelosi's September 27th commitment means for reconciliation, and how the recent double backing by corporate Dems could affect what policy survives the next six days. Lastly, they touch on another democratic cop-out as Chuck Schumer hides behind the parliamentarian and the Democrats' relationship to immigration policy. And in the Fun Half: Jacob from Alabama talks unions and Hurricane Ida recovery, Gregory from Oklahoma gives some updates on both his candidacy and his main opponent in his upcoming election, and the MR crew walks through the step by step one-man show that was the blueprint for Pence's election overturn attempt. 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