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Beyond Black History Month
The long-lasting physical and mental trauma of hurricanes

Beyond Black History Month

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 18:58


Trauma from natural disasters impacts Black communities in ways many of us never thought about it. In addition to causing PTSD, a recent study found that hurricanes are linked to a 33% increase of deaths long after the storm has passed. This comes  as climate change disproportionately impacts Black communities. In this episode, we speak to residents in Ironton, Louisiana, one of the country's oldest Black communities, to learn how they've been impacted after living through hurricane after hurricane. We also speak to experts to learn about how these storms impact the body.  Guests include Audrey Trufant Salvant, Dr. Robbie Parks, Dr. Marianthi-Anna Kioumourtzoglou, and Dr. Rebecca Schwartz. Producers: Jill Webb and Dempsey Pillot Audio Engineer: Anddy Egan-Thorpe Host and Managing Producer of Podcasts: Femi Redwood  If you have a story idea - reach out to Femi on Twitter. 

New Books in Literary Studies
4.4 “A short, sharp punch to the face”: José Revueltas' The Hole (El Apando) with Alia Trabucco Zerán and Sophie Hughes.

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 53:51


Alia Trabucco Zerán, award-winning author of The Remainder (La Resta), and Women Who Kill (Las Homicidas), and Sophie Hughes, Alia's translator and finalist for the International Booker Prize talk with Novel Dialogue host Chris Holmes about a novel that has shaped their lives as writers and thinkers: The Hole by José Revueltas. Sophie and Alia discuss how The Hole, written while Revueltas was held in the infamous Lecumberri prison, purposefully makes readers feel lost in a small, confined space. Reading a section from her co-translation of The Hole, published in 1969 as El Apando, Sophie considers how the novel's intense feelings of confinement and limitation prompt a contemplation of what exactly defines freedom. The conversation turns on how the novel does not spare you from having “been victim of a violent book yourself,” and that literature which confronts our shared inhumanity toward prisoners should make you feel uncomfortable. In a series of thoughtful exchanges, the novelist and her translator confront the difficulties of preserving the immersiveness of the novel's affect while being attuned to the precise choices and sacrifices of drawing out the novel in English. The episode ends with our season's signature question, and a wonderful example of untranslatable Chilean Spanish from Alia. Mentioned in this episode: Hurricane Season, Fernanda Melchor, trans. Sophie Hughes (2020) Paradais, Fernanda Melchor, trans. Sophie Hughes (2022) The Hole, José Revueltas, trans. Sophie Hughes and Amanda Hopkinson (1969/2018) El Luto Humano (The Stone Knife), José Revueltas (1990) Jorge Borges Sergio Chejfec Amanda Hopkinson, translator Lecumberri Prison, “The Black Palace” Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in Latin American Studies
4.4 “A short, sharp punch to the face”: José Revueltas' The Hole (El Apando) with Alia Trabucco Zerán and Sophie Hughes.

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 53:51


Alia Trabucco Zerán, award-winning author of The Remainder (La Resta), and Women Who Kill (Las Homicidas), and Sophie Hughes, Alia's translator and finalist for the International Booker Prize talk with Novel Dialogue host Chris Holmes about a novel that has shaped their lives as writers and thinkers: The Hole by José Revueltas. Sophie and Alia discuss how The Hole, written while Revueltas was held in the infamous Lecumberri prison, purposefully makes readers feel lost in a small, confined space. Reading a section from her co-translation of The Hole, published in 1969 as El Apando, Sophie considers how the novel's intense feelings of confinement and limitation prompt a contemplation of what exactly defines freedom. The conversation turns on how the novel does not spare you from having “been victim of a violent book yourself,” and that literature which confronts our shared inhumanity toward prisoners should make you feel uncomfortable. In a series of thoughtful exchanges, the novelist and her translator confront the difficulties of preserving the immersiveness of the novel's affect while being attuned to the precise choices and sacrifices of drawing out the novel in English. The episode ends with our season's signature question, and a wonderful example of untranslatable Chilean Spanish from Alia. Mentioned in this episode: Hurricane Season, Fernanda Melchor, trans. Sophie Hughes (2020) Paradais, Fernanda Melchor, trans. Sophie Hughes (2022) The Hole, José Revueltas, trans. Sophie Hughes and Amanda Hopkinson (1969/2018) El Luto Humano (The Stone Knife), José Revueltas (1990) Jorge Borges Sergio Chejfec Amanda Hopkinson, translator Lecumberri Prison, “The Black Palace” Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books Network
4.4 “A short, sharp punch to the face”: José Revueltas' The Hole (El Apando) with Alia Trabucco Zerán and Sophie Hughes.

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 53:51


Alia Trabucco Zerán, award-winning author of The Remainder (La Resta), and Women Who Kill (Las Homicidas), and Sophie Hughes, Alia's translator and finalist for the International Booker Prize talk with Novel Dialogue host Chris Holmes about a novel that has shaped their lives as writers and thinkers: The Hole by José Revueltas. Sophie and Alia discuss how The Hole, written while Revueltas was held in the infamous Lecumberri prison, purposefully makes readers feel lost in a small, confined space. Reading a section from her co-translation of The Hole, published in 1969 as El Apando, Sophie considers how the novel's intense feelings of confinement and limitation prompt a contemplation of what exactly defines freedom. The conversation turns on how the novel does not spare you from having “been victim of a violent book yourself,” and that literature which confronts our shared inhumanity toward prisoners should make you feel uncomfortable. In a series of thoughtful exchanges, the novelist and her translator confront the difficulties of preserving the immersiveness of the novel's affect while being attuned to the precise choices and sacrifices of drawing out the novel in English. The episode ends with our season's signature question, and a wonderful example of untranslatable Chilean Spanish from Alia. Mentioned in this episode: Hurricane Season, Fernanda Melchor, trans. Sophie Hughes (2020) Paradais, Fernanda Melchor, trans. Sophie Hughes (2022) The Hole, José Revueltas, trans. Sophie Hughes and Amanda Hopkinson (1969/2018) El Luto Humano (The Stone Knife), José Revueltas (1990) Jorge Borges Sergio Chejfec Amanda Hopkinson, translator Lecumberri Prison, “The Black Palace” Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. 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

Play No Games
Life after being a RUNNER & a TRACK STAR with Jordan EP 74

Play No Games

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 90:30


Chapters 0:00- Intro/ Meet Jordan ! 7:40- PNG About ( Trains, Hurricane Season, Health ) 17:25 - Youth Sports, Coaching, and More 45:41- The Life & Experience Of being a D1 Track Athlete 01:01:23 - Jordan Speaks on Dating Culture, Traditions and more _________________________________________________________ Play No Games is a society and culture podcast/show that delivers humor, genuine thoughts, relationship guidance and authentic introspections that will have you reflect at a higher vibration. They say if you know better you do better but we see people need more of a push. A mental health professional and salesman come together to give you our unfiltered, unapologetic, ways to digest life so you can level up in all aspect get ready to PLAY NO GAMES. Follow Cas, Arthur, RJ, Andrew and Rob as we elevate _______________________________________________________________________ Follow our guest Jordan IG: @lordanjatt ________________________________________________________________________ SUPPORT THE PLAY NO GAMES SHOW Donate Donate Here $herobob ________________________________________________________________________ Follow: Arthur @chefboyrdickson https://open.spotify.com/show/2NNGYTt... https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Follow us on our IG page : lookhere.fri We have Audio only on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5P0jSBq... Check US out on IG https://www.instagram.com/lookhere.fri/

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
Hurricane season, then and now

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 15:07 Very Popular


Galveston, Texas, was all but wiped out when a Category 4 storm hit the port city in 1900. Thousands died, surviving residents fled and Houston became the economic center of the region. One of our listeners wants to know: Could that be the future of other coastal cities? We’ll talk about it on this Whaddya Wanna Know Wednesday. Plus: What are i bonds, and where’d the arugula go? “What are i bonds and should you invest in them?” from Marketplace “Grocery Store Shortages Are Back. Here's Why.” from Eater “‘There’s just not enough water’: California drought hits grocery stores” from Axios “What's With the Surge in Mortgage Rates?” from NerdWallet “The Tempest At Galveston: ‘We Knew There Was A Storm Coming, But We Had No Idea’” from NPR “Introducing ‘How We Survive Season 2: Saving Miami’” from Marketplace If you've got a question about the economy, business or technology, let us know. We're at makemesmart@marketplace.org or leave us a message at 508-U-B-SMART.

Marketplace All-in-One
Hurricane season, then and now

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 15:07


Galveston, Texas, was all but wiped out when a Category 4 storm hit the port city in 1900. Thousands died, surviving residents fled and Houston became the economic center of the region. One of our listeners wants to know: Could that be the future of other coastal cities? We’ll talk about it on this Whaddya Wanna Know Wednesday. Plus: What are i bonds, and where’d the arugula go? “What are i bonds and should you invest in them?” from Marketplace “Grocery Store Shortages Are Back. Here's Why.” from Eater “‘There’s just not enough water’: California drought hits grocery stores” from Axios “What's With the Surge in Mortgage Rates?” from NerdWallet “The Tempest At Galveston: ‘We Knew There Was A Storm Coming, But We Had No Idea’” from NPR “Introducing ‘How We Survive Season 2: Saving Miami’” from Marketplace If you've got a question about the economy, business or technology, let us know. We're at makemesmart@marketplace.org or leave us a message at 508-U-B-SMART.

Tmsoft's White Noise Sleep Sounds
Hurricane Season Wind and Rain 9 Hours

Tmsoft's White Noise Sleep Sounds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 540:40


Atlantic hurricane season begins in June and runs until late November. The moody season introduces heavier winds and rains that rush and patter loudly against the windows. Spotify listener? Lose the intros by becoming a subscriber! https://anchor.fm/tmsoft/subscribe Learn more about the White Noise App Download the White Noise app for free! Download this sound to White Noise for free!

KeepItSports
Episode 62: Hurricane Season

KeepItSports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 67:16


On EP. 62 the BoyZ go over what's been going on throughout the weeks in the NFL & the hype behind the anticipation of the upcoming NBA season! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/keepitsports/message

No Brains No Headache
Episode 124: Hurricane Season

No Brains No Headache

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 46:27


On this Episode of No Brains No Headache Podcast the guys get back to their roots of mindless entertainment and making something out of nothing comedy in the Dugout Studio. The show got started with a staple segment, Cleary's Comments, where random things are bantered about. The NFL Play 60 approach to daily exercise is discussed early before a new power move at weddings is discovered that will make everyone uncomfortable. As the hosts prep for their Vegas trip they had to dial in what exactly what was going to be gambled on which prompted several gambling stories from the last decade. Finish up with a pretty strong misunderstanding of how hurricanes work but still find them fascinating enough to wildly speculate about and mini helmet fantasy football. Open for interpretation. Thanks for listening! Available on: Apple. Subscribe + rate + review. Spotify. Follow along. Anchor. Our creation platform. iHeartRadio. Or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. New episode every Tuesday! Social Media: Twitter. https://twitter.com/nbnhpodcast Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/nbnhpodcast/ Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/nbnhpodcast YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQbXoHzYhhDigOaNXVYdK3g Tik Tok. @NBNHPodcast

Radio Menea
Ep 193: Hurricane Season

Radio Menea

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 36:48


Each year, hurricane season gets more intense and more disastrous, particularly for folks in the Caribbean. As Puerto Rico is still recovering from the impacts of Hurricane Fiona, people in Cuba and Florida are now dealing with Hurricane Ian's destructive impact. In this episode we explore the ways our changing climate is disproportionately impacting our gente in the global south, including places to which we owe so much musically and culturally. The ways colonialism is inherently tied up in extractive industries and the attempted decimation of indigenous ways of knowing is central to all of this, and artists across Latin America are reckoning with these themes as they face the effects of all that violence on their tierra. Featuring music by Bad Bunny, Maná, ChocQuibTown, and Bomba Estéreo. Show notes: https://bit.ly/3LTcDJK Follow us: instagram.com/RadioMenea twitter.com/RadioMenea tinyletter.com/RadioMenea

Hot Take
Hurricane Season Heats Up

Hot Take

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 64:34


This week on Hot Take, Amy & Mary give updates on Hurricane Ian, Manchin's failed permitting bill, discontent in Europe, and more.If you want to contribute to relief efforts in Florida, here are a few places to give to:Disaster Relief at WorkFlorida Disaster FundConvoy of HopeIf you want to contribute to the relief efforts in Puerto Rico, here are a few places to give to:Proyecto Matria (women's rights org): Taller Salud (women's health org) Brigada Solidaria del Oeste: Mutual Aid NetworkFollow us on twitter @RealHotTake and sign up for our newsletter at hottakepod.com

The People's Parlay
Week 5 Hurricane Season

The People's Parlay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 31:06


The boy spit their takes while sweating out a Thursday night Football over.

AccuWeather Daily
Hurricane season: A handy guide for beginners

AccuWeather Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 8:12


AccuWeather Daily brings you the top trending weather story of the day - every day.

Behind The Veil
Behind The Veil - Planning A Wedding During Hurricane Season

Behind The Veil

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 42:07


This weeks episode couldn't be more timely.  With a hurricane bearing down on Florida, there are countless couples trying to figure out if their venue will still be around after...Our panel this week discusses the options available when planning a wedding in South Florida in the fall and that our normal weather poses more of an ongoing worry than hurricanes in general.___________________________________________________________________________________________Thinking about hurricanes comes with the territory when planning a wedding in South Florida. Our panel are all veterans of planning events in and around the weather. Questions about what to do with your contracts, how to communicate with your guests, what rescheduling looks like, and what really are the odds that your wedding will be affected by a hurricane, will all be discussed. For the vendor side, we will take an honest approach to how we collaborate with our clients both emotionally and professionally.Our panel this week:Keith Willard, CWP - Owner of Keith Willard EventsGaetan Kaplan - Owner of Gaetana EventsMarci Guttenber, CPCE, CWP - Onwer of An Affair To Remember By MarciBrooke Logan Stoner - Event ManagerTo chime in live - make a comment during the show.  If you are watching via You Tube, we can pull your comment right up on screen.Join Behind the Veil Show with host Keith Willard, CWP, and co-hosts Marci Guttenberg, CPCE, CWP, and Brooke Logan Stoner for our LIVE SHOW - Tuesday September 27th, 2:00pm, 2022, ESThttps://www.youtube.com/c/BehindTheVeilByKeithWillard/PODCAST SHOW - Available after 5:00 PM EDT in iTunes, iHeart Radio, Spotify, or any major podcast players- Ask Alexa - "Play the latest podcast episode of Behind The Veil"BEHIND THE VEIL Show: Winner of the Telly Awards for best online unscripted series two years in a row - 2021 & 2022Interested in sponsoring future episodes of Behind The Veil?  Email Info@keithwillardevens.com for opportunities.Support the show

Let's Talk Dis
#144 Walt Disney World and Disney Cruise Line Travel During Hurricane Season

Let's Talk Dis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 23:51


Jeff and Sandy talk about what no one wants to hear...what if a hurricane is predicted during your trip?   They'll cover the history of storms to impact Disney, the procedures Disney has in place and tips for helping you make the decision that is best for your family.  Sandy gives out a shout out to her favorite meteorologist, Jim Cantore and all the ride out crews at Disney Resort.Storms to to cause Disney closures:Hurricane Floyd 1999 1 1/2 days Hurricane Charlie 2004 1 day Hurricane Frances 2004 2 daysHurricane Jeanne 2004 1 day  Hurricane Matthew 2016 1 1/2 days  Hurricane Irma 2017 2 1/2 daysHurricane Dorian 2019 - 1 day Hurricane Ian 2022 - 2 days

Catch You Outdoors with Captain Rob Modys
Trying To Reason With Hurricane Season

Catch You Outdoors with Captain Rob Modys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 35:59


I've been fortunate to live in Florida most of my life, on both coast and in the Florida Keys. But I've also been around long enough to experience big time hurricanes in those locations. Here's a rundown on how to keep your sanity and do the right things when a big storm is headed your way. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Across the Sky
Why the 2022 hurricane season has taken off

Across the Sky

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 49:51


The second half of hurricane season has exploded, making up for its slow start. Purdue University's Jhordanne Jones, a native of Jamaica whose research focuses on seasonal hurricane forecasting, joins us to talk about why the season started slowly, why it's picking up so rapidly now. About the Across the Sky podcast The weekly weather podcast is hosted on a rotation by the Lee Weather team: Matt Holiner of Lee Enterprises' Midwest group in Chicago, Kirsten Lang of the Tulsa World in Oklahoma, Joe Martucci of the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., and Sean Sublette of the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Verbal Garbage
040 - I Thought Hurricane Season Was Ova

Verbal Garbage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 24:02


Hurricanes, Being stingy, Adam Levine, Nyquil Chicken and more!

Vacation Rental & Airbnb Mastery
Is your vacation rental ready for hurricane season and other natural disasters? John shares his Hurricane Fiona experience.

Vacation Rental & Airbnb Mastery

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 16:43


Is your vacation rental ready for hurricanes and other natural disasters? With hurricane season in full swing, John shares his Hurricane Fiona experience. This episode will go over what to think about to prepare for natural disasters and how to plan to protect your guests and your vacation rental property.

Hot Take Central
9-23 Segment 1 - Bad beats gambling strikes again - Cardinals score runs - Hurricane season - Creepy clowns - Mizzou preview

Hot Take Central

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 62:02


9-23 Segment 1 - Bad beats gambling strikes again - Can Mizzou pull off the upset? - Cardinals score runs! - Hurricane season - Creepy clowns and the new Browns logo

Smart Talk
Slow hurricane season could speed up

Smart Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 12:07


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Know Before You Go Travel Show
Hurricane Fiona Impacting Travel and Tips for Traveling During Hurricane Season

Know Before You Go Travel Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 35:33 Very Popular


LIVE from our Butler Suite at Sandals Royal Curacao! On this show we give an update on Hurricane Fiona and it's impact on travel. We also dive into what to do in situations where a hurricane can interfere with your travel plans. Enjoy the show and link up with us below!

CBC Newfoundland Morning
It's hurricane season, and Hurricane Fiona is anticipated to have a big impact on southwestern Newfoundland. Just before 8:00 this morning, we heard the latest on the storm's track from CBC meteorologist Ashley Brauweiler

CBC Newfoundland Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 8:31


As of mid-day today, Hurricane Fiona was a Category 4 storm, having intensified overnight. It's expected to still be a Category 3 storm by the time it hits Nova Scotia, and continue as a post-tropical storm through western Newfoundland and the Labrador coast over the weekend. Just before 8:00 this morning, CBC Meteorologist Ashley Brauweiler said the storm may be the strongest to ever approach the Atlantic Provinces.

Funny Yet Serious
Hurricane Season Is Here, Why Our Viewers Are Unhappy, Why We Can't Find Guests - FYS Podcast Ep. 33

Funny Yet Serious

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 55:38


Stress, chess, or guest? We don't have any, but seriously, when are we going to have a guest? To find out, you'll just have to keep watching! Our podcast today features that hot blonde that everyone has been raving about, it seems as if the more girls on our podcast the more 97% of our listeners are interested.  Topics of discussion today include "the talk", mars, and how hurricane season was halted for 30 minutes. Watch, listen, and let us know what you think below if we should have the blonde as our third host.

AMU The In Public Safety Matters Podcast
There Is No ‘Safe' or ‘Quiet' Hurricane Season | EP59

AMU The In Public Safety Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 29:50


In this episode, Dr. Christopher Reynolds, AMU's Dean and Vice President of Academic Outreach and Program Development, offers some expert advice on what to do before, during and after a hurricane. Hear what he's learned during his more than three decades of emergency management and disaster preparedness experience. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Best of Roula & Ryan
091922 6a Hurricane Season, Celebrity Scoop, 2022 Ignoble Awards

Best of Roula & Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 32:52


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Friends & Fiction
Friends & Fiction with Sarah Addison Allen & Lauren K. Denton

Friends & Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 72:45 Transcription Available


On this episode, we talk to TWO amazing authors! Meet the New York Times bestselling author of seven novels (Garden Spells, First Frost), Sarah Addison Allen, a self-described master of "southern fried magical realism." She joins us to discuss her long-awaited seventh novel, OTHER BIRDS, which St.Martin's Press just released on August 30th, and which debuted at #3 on the New York Times bestseller list. The crew discuss character develpment, the craft of magical realism, the role that food and the theme of motherhood play in her books, and they go deep as they talk to Sarah about the tragic loss of her mother and how it effected her writing. On the second half of the show, the crew welcomes the USA TODAY bestselling author of six novels (The Hideaway, Hurricane Season), Lauren K. Denton who joins us to discuss her forthcoming sixth novel, A PLACE TO LAND (Harper Muse, October 4th). We hear all about the southern setting in her new novel, her strong female characters, sacrifice and sisterhood.

To The Point Already: Florida People and Politics Head-On
2022 Hurricane Season: Halftime Report

To The Point Already: Florida People and Politics Head-On

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 20:07


On this episode of To The Point Already, Bay News 9 anchors Rick Elmhorst and Roy De Jesus get a hurricane season first half report and what to look for the rest of the season from Meteorologist Brian McClure.

Obsessed With the Weather
86: The Weekly Weather preview for September 11 - September 18, 2022

Obsessed With the Weather

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 12:14


Will it start to feel like fall this week? What's the deal with hurricane season? How wide is your average cloud-to-ground lightning bolt?  Join me for answers to these questions and the weekly weather preview for the second week of September; on episode #86 of Obsessed With the Weather.  Enjoy!  

The South Florida Roundup
It's peak hurricane season in South Florida, five years since Hurricane Irma

The South Florida Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 54:34


It's peak hurricane season in South Florida... but where are all the storms? On this week's South Florida Roundup, we mark the five-year anniversary of Hurricane Irma, get an update on the storms currently swirling in the Atlantic and look at a new plan to address the housing affordability problem in Miami-Dade County.

Inaudible Raucous
IR Presents: The Skeeters Podcast "Hurricane Season"

Inaudible Raucous

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 32:01


Neezy, Skeet and London discuss their thoughts on hurricane season, give self empowerment tips discuss Neezy's workout plan and more... Merch Links: Inaudibleraucous.com/naturally-nae SignUp with Scent Box shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=938179&u=…rllink=&afftrack= YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCSuG-jWD47CyNTh00zCrdeg

Passport Mommy with Michelle Jerson
Be Prepared for Hurricane Season; Public Welfare Foundation; Dr. Bregman talks ADHD; Roadtripping Tips with Pilot Flying J

Passport Mommy with Michelle Jerson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 38:24


The Dr. Pat Show - Talk Radio to Thrive By!
Hearing Health-Kate Carr & Dr. Thomas Powers! Hurricane Season Preparedness-Dr. Ian Giammanco & . Michael Richmond Crum!

The Dr. Pat Show - Talk Radio to Thrive By!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022


Kate Carr and Dr. Thomas Powers explain what this new FDA rule means for hearing health and what listeners need to know about hearing loss and treatment. HIA and partnerships announced the Hear Well campaign to educate public! Dr. Ian Giammanco Michael Richmond-Crum discuss low cost ways to prepare for hurricane season and the importance of udating your insurance coverage during high inflation. Tips on what homeowners should talk to their insurer about! Watch/Listen https://www.facebook.com/transformationtalkradio/live_videos/

The Dr. Pat Show - Talk Radio to Thrive By!
Hearing Health-Kate Carr & Dr. Thomas Powers! Hurricane Season Preparedness-Dr. Ian Giammanco & . Michael Richmond Crum!

The Dr. Pat Show - Talk Radio to Thrive By!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022


Kate Carr and Dr. Thomas Powers explain what this new FDA rule means for hearing health and what listeners need to know about hearing loss and treatment. HIA and partnerships announced the Hear Well campaign to educate public! Dr. Ian Giammanco Michael Richmond-Crum discuss low cost ways to prepare for hurricane season and the importance of udating your insurance coverage during high inflation. Tips on what homeowners should talk to their insurer about! Watch/Listen https://www.facebook.com/transformationtalkradio/live_videos/

AccuWeather Daily
Atlantic active again as peak of hurricane season approaches

AccuWeather Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 6:29


AccuWeather Daily brings you the top trending weather story of the day - every day.

Farms, Food and You
Be Prepared For Hurricane Season

Farms, Food and You

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 12:30


Hurricane season runs in North Carolina from summer into the fall. We sit down with Mike Yoder, coordinator of emergency programs for NC State Extension to learn what you can do to be ready, and what the state is doing to handle any situation.For more info on how you can be prepared please visit:Hurricane preparedness:https://content.ces.ncsu.edu/hurricane-preparedness#:~:text=Prepare%20a%203%2Dday%20supply,and%20maps%20in%20the%20car.Preparedness Factsheets:https://ncdisaster.ces.ncsu.edu/disaster-factsheets/preparedness/Food safety:https://foodsafety.ces.ncsu.edu/disaster-preparedness/ 

The Weather Lounge
Our Chat with a Hurricane Hunter: Part 1

The Weather Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 38:56


We're excited for this one! With the peak of Hurricane Season nearby, we decided to get an expert opinion from a guy who does the opposite of what they tell you to do when a Hurricane is coming! He is Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Rickert of the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron. Yes, that's right: Ryan is a Hurricane Hunter!    This episode of The Weather Lounge is brought to you by CrewTracker Software Want to contact us with a future episode idea? Email: weatherlounge@weatherworksinc.com   Also, follow us on Social Media! Twitter Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube

The KVJ Show
What Are Things Teachers Did That Wouldn't Fly Today? (08-31-22)

The KVJ Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 128:43


World Record Wednesday, Digital Drama, Make-Up or Break-Up, Battle of the Generations, Two Truths & A Lie, Things Teachers Did That Wouldn't Fly Today and My Wife Put Up Our Christmas Tree And It's Hurricane Season

The KVJ Show
What Are Things Teachers Did That Wouldn't Fly Today? (08-31-22)

The KVJ Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 128:43


World Record Wednesday, Digital Drama, Make-Up or Break-Up, Battle of the Generations, Two Truths & A Lie, Things Teachers Did That Wouldn't Fly Today and My Wife Put Up Our Christmas Tree And It's Hurricane Season

The Ryan Gorman Show
Hurricane Season Update

The Ryan Gorman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 6:24


Weather Channel Meteorologist Ray Stagich checks in for an update on the 2022 hurricane season, including why there's been so little activity and what to expect over the next two months.

The Tommy G Show
8 - 30 - 2022 Dr Ian Giammanco Michael Richmond - Crum Hurricane Season - How To Prepare

The Tommy G Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 10:14


8 - 30 - 2022 Dr Ian Giammanco Michael Richmond - Crum Hurricane Season - How To Prepare by Tommy G

Louisiana Considered Podcast
In the peak of hurricane season, here are storm prep tips you need to know from NOHSEP

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 24:28


On today's episode of Louisiana Considered: a reminder about Let Louisiana Shine. Also, we're easing into the peak of hurricane season, so we'll hear from NOHSEP about staying prepared. This episode of Louisiana Considered originally aired on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2022. To hear the full episode, click the play button above.   It's the last weekend of August, and the final chance during the summer season to get out in the community and let Louisiana Shine. Melissa Kenyon, marketing and communications director for Keep Louisiana Beautiful, reminds us about the effect we can have when we all pitch in.   But first, as experience has taught us, being prepared is critical to riding out hurricane season on the Gulf Coast, and being prepared is made easier by the GOHSEP planning offered through cities and the state. As the coordinating public safety agency for the City of New Orleans, NOHSEP is responsible for administering the city's crisis and consequence management program. Collin Arnold is the director of New Orleans Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, and he joined us to share some hurricane prep tips.   In New Orleans, you can find hurricane prep resources and tips here. In Baton Rouge, go to Red Stick Ready here. And if your city doesn't have a local GOHSEP office, there are numerous resources available at the state's website here.   Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Karl Lengel. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts.    Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to.   Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Charlotte Talks
‘Sinkable' author investigates shipwrecks as peak hurricane season nears

Charlotte Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 49:16


While the most famous shipwreck in the world may be the Titanic, there are an estimated three million ships sitting at the bottom of the ocean. We talk to one author that argues there is much to learn about technology, failure and progress both below and above the surface from these lonely vessels in his new book "Sinkable: Obsession, the Deep Sea, and the Shipwreck of the Titanic."

HAR On the Move
Space City Weather's Eric Berger

HAR On the Move

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 31:31


On this episode of HAR On The Move, Eric Berger of Space City Weather, Houston's "hype-free" weather forecasting source, shared what to expect as we enter the busiest part of Hurricane season, his thoughts on the ever-changing Houston weather and much more! Watch the replay now!  Subscribe to Space City Weather's Forecasts here. Are you an HAR MLS Platinum Subscriber? Join our Facebook Group! Click to join. Sign up for your free Inman Select Subscription here. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn.

Where Y'Eat
Where Y'Eat: With solar power, New Orleans restaurants bring support during hurricane season

Where Y'Eat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 2:20


New Orleans food writer Ian McNulty on how a solar power initiative is helping restaurants provide for their neighbors after disasters.

The Broken Pieces Chronicles Podcast: All About The BS
Hurricane Season -  "The Winds of Change and the 'PRESENT' of the pause"

The Broken Pieces Chronicles Podcast: All About The BS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 39:10


Are you ready and excited for this new and never before seen season of your life? Well, you are almost because in this episode we discuss the Hurricane "Season" that you're in now that's setting you and your new "season" up for landfall along with giving you preventative measures to enter it empowered. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/miraclz1/support

AdjusterTV Radio
AdjusterTV Radio Episode #43 | Hurricane season 2022 begins???

AdjusterTV Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 46:54


It's quiet..  too quiet..  With the official AdjusterTV start of the 2022 hurricane season, as of August 17th, 2022, we have had (drum roll please) a whopping THREE devastating tropical storms this year so far.  Three.  By this time last year we were already down to 'H' in the names with category one Henri, which was the third hurricane of the season.That said, category four bruiser Ida blew up south of Cuba as a tropical storm August 26th and within a very short 3 days made landfall in Louisiana with 150mph winds.  Things can happen very quickly this time of year and - that - is why I always say that hurricane season doesn't officially start for cat property adjusters until the middle of August.  The peak of hurricane activity will come mid-September and effectively be over by Thanksgiving.As catastrophe adjusters we also know that no matter what the eggheads say, Mother Nature is going to do what she wants and even though they're predicting 20-22 storms this year, we could have a half dozen.  Or..  we could have yet another record-breaking year.  The bottom line is that anything can happen and if you want to be in this game, you need to be ready to get sent to the coast with 24 hours notice if things gets real..  or if nothing happens to accept that not every season will have huge hurricanes that send tens of thousands of claims adjusters to the coast to help with the recovery.  In this episode of AdjusterTV Radio, I talk with experienced adjuster Steve about his experiences on his first hurricane and how you can be ready to deploy - or not.If you're enjoying this video and you're ready to take the next step and learn how to start adjusting claims, then check out my step-by-step video training called the Road to the Storm at adjustertv.com/start  This training is totally free and includes not only a complete series of training videos but a PDF guide that includes a ton of career resources to go along with it.Jump start your career right now at adjustertv.com/start

Adjuster Talk's Podcast
Hurricane Season & How to be Prepared for the Big Storm as an Adjuster

Adjuster Talk's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 38:47


Everyone has heard about how much money can be made on a big hurricane, what things do you need to know to be prepared? In today's Adjuster Talk podcast episode our panelists will try and answer that very tough question.The panelists on today's episode areChris Stanley of IA PathJason Heenan of Royal Adjusting ServicesBrad Fancher of IA Path & Allen AdjustingTinecia Johnson of IA Path & JTL Appraisal GroupThey discussTrue stories from the front lines of a hurricane disaster How to be prepared for your first deployment What things should be expected of you from your IA firms How to talk to the insured after a major catastropheNew adjusters wonder no more! Find out how to handle your first big deployment on a hurricane, listen now._____________________________________________________________________________________Join the Royal Adjusting Services roster at RoyalAdjustingServices.comDownload the "Steps to Becoming an Adjuster Guide" Free 7 Day Trial to the IA Path Adjuster Mentorship Community at AdjusterTalk.show

Disaster Tough Podcast
#119 The Little Wiggles of Hurricane Season - Interview with National Weather Service Director, Ken Graham

Disaster Tough Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 37:49


Summer may be winding down, but Hurricane Season is still in full swing.With more storms being named each year than ever before, it is important to make sure we are able to identify when it is important to be worried, and when not to be.Director Ken Graham of the National Weather Service joins the Disaster Tough Podcast this week to talk about just that using a method he calls, “Little Wiggles”.Director Graham believes having the most recent and advanced data possible helps professionals like himself and his colleagues better track and predict what storms are going to do. As such, they can better distinguish between movements or “little wiggles” in a storm that are cause for concern, versus movements that are just part of its natural progression.In this episode, Director Graham dives further into this concept, and shares experiences of how it is effectively applied in disaster readiness and emergency management.Doberman Emergency Management owns and operates the Disaster Tough Podcast. Contact us here at: www.dobermanemg.com or email us at: info@dobermanemg.com.We are proud to endorse L3Harris and the BeOn PPT App. Learn more about this amazing product here: L3Harris.com/ResponderSupport.