In today's news, Brandon Marshall and Ashley Nicole Moss discuss... Will Dak carry Cowboys through brutal schedule? Is Aaron Rodgers' return simply a PR stunt? What's next in the Josh Giddey investigation? Plus much more!
In today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Antoine Walker cover.. Are Klay & the Warriors failing Steph? Is Shaq Leonard ditching the Cowboys for the Eagles? A preview of the “I am Iconic” Live Tour in Chicago... Plus much more!
SUBSCRIBE ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/c/IAMATHLETE?sub_confirmation=1 Born in San Francisco, then briefly relocating to Oakland as a child before finally settling in Las Vegas, Nevada at the age of 14 - Devin “The Dream” Haney became a household name in the boxing industry at the very early age of just 21 years old. At the age of 7 while living in Oakland, Haney picked up a special interest in boxing that would end up turning into a career that not only changed his life, but gave him the chance to truly change the lives of the people that he loves. He credits his major career wins, the blessed life he lives and everything in between to his hard work, his quick thinking and the most high that he praises. In 2019, Devin became the youngest world champion in boxing where he attained the WBC lightweight championship and since then has gone on to have a 30 and 0 record with a total of 15 of those 30 fights being TKOs. He also is a unified and undisputed champion, with every belt won in every weight class. Thank you to Devin for taking the time out of his hectic schedule to stop by the IAA studio and delve into the important moments of his career, his outlook on life and everything in between. We appreciate you, always! Hit the link in our bio to view the full interview w/ Devin that's now live on the I Am Athlete YouTube channel.
In today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Brandon Flowers cover...Should Shaq Lawson be suspended for shoving a fan? Is Jalen Hurts most clutch QB in the NFL? Should Pats play Mac for better chance at #1 pick? Plus much more!
For the first time in program history The Citadel finishes without a win (or tie). The Post and Courier's Andrew Miller and host Jon Rawl sift through the 0-11 ashes of Bulldogs football. Plus, an update on hoops and volleyball on this Thanksgiving Week edition.
In today's news, Brandon Marshall and Ashley Nicole Moss cover...Eagles defeat Chiefs MNF recap...Tom Brady thinks NFL is mediocre...Mavs Luka spoof...Should NBA be afraid of James Harden? Plus much more!
Miguel Reyes is an ISA Certified Arborist and TRAQ qualified & has also completed the Illinois Arborist Association (IAA) Advanced Training Domain. Miguel has worked with the City of Des Plaines for the last 12 years. He worked his way up from Maintenance Operator to his current title of Streets Crew Leader. As the city arborist, he oversees the health and care of over 22,000 trees in all public right-of-ways. He proudly partakes in the yearly tree planting program and Arbor Day activities across the local school district. The knowledge he acquires through the IAA workshops, allows him to educate the community on proper tree maintenance. Additionally, his company Migarey Tree Corp., supports his goal to enhance urban canopy and build a stronger urban forest._________________________________________________________________________Patreon: http://patreon.com/TheMunicipalArboristInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_municipal_arborist/Questions or email@example.comLearn more about PlanIT Geo's tree canopy data subscriptionsCheck out PlanIT Geo's urban forest resource libraryArbsessionWinkler Tree & Lawn Care
In today's news, Brandon Marshall and Ashley Nicole Moss cover...Is it time to bench Zach Wilson for good? Is Najee Harris calling out Steelers commitment? Broncos win again! Plus much more!
Auf dem DLR-Stand der IAA in München konnte ich viele interessante Gespräche über die Mobilität der Zukunft führen. Wie werden wir uns in Zukunft bewegen oder bewegen lassen? Wie verändert sich dadurch unsere Lebensqualität? Was müssen wir alles noch erforschen in Sachen Mobilitätswende und was wissen wir heute schon? Und welche Rolle werden automatisierte Fahrzeuge, Kapsel-Systeme und Driveboards dabei spielen? In dieser Folge mit dabei: Meike Jipp, Bereichsvorständin Energie und Verkehr (DLR), Prof. Michael Ortgiese dem Direktor des Instituts für Verkehrssystemtechnik (DLR), Manuel Osebek, Institut für Fahrzeugkonzepte (DLR) sowie Julia Schuppan und Saskia Seidel, Institut für Verkehrsforschung (DLR).
In today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Brandon Flowers cover...Did Draymond deserve a longer suspension? Is TNF a must-win game for Lamar? Did the Jets really say Rodgers can play when he wants? Is AD letting LeBron down? Plus much more!
Welcome to What Matters Now, a weekly podcast exploration into one key issue shaping Israel and the Jewish World — right now. The destruction wrought by Hamas on October 7 at the small Israeli communities surrounding the Gaza border was so complete that in many cases, only microscopic remnants of those 1,200 who were killed there can be found today. The Israel Antiquities Authority is accustomed to searching for such human remains — albeit for people who lived hundreds, if not thousands of years ago. Today, some 30 volunteers from the IAA are working in shifts, sifting through the rubble — in Be'eri, in Kfar Aza, in the cars that were torched fleeing the Supernova rave. “We're searching for things that are so small that if it's not using archaeological methodologies, they're not possible to be found,” the IAA's Dead Sea Scrolls unit head Dr. Joe Uziel told The Times of Israel this week. He honed his CSI skills on, for example, remains of the Babylonian conquest in Jerusalem's City of David. Today, he is volunteering to help identify those killed near Gaza with the same techniques. The team of volunteers has so far found the remains of some 60 people who were killed. But identifying who they are is difficult because some of the small bone fragments are from the terrorists that came into the kibbutzim, others are from foreign workers and young children whose DNA is not on file. So this week, archaeologist Dr. Joe Uziel tells us, what matters now. What Matters Now podcasts are available for download on iTunes, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, PlayerFM or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: IAA archaeologist Dr. Joe Uziel (left) in a home destroyed by Hamas during its murderous rampage on October 7, 2023, sifting through the rubble in search of human remains. (Shai Halevi/Israel Antiquities Authority)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Brandon Flowers cover...Can Browns make run without Deshaun? Does Lamar come up small in big moments? Is James Harden simply on a bad team in LA? How long should Dray be suspended? Plus much more!
In today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Brandon Flowers cover...Is Josh Allen holding the Bills back? Why doesn't Micah think CeeDee is the best WR in football? Who would be harder to guard, Kobe or LeBron? Plus much more!
Steve Stoute, the founder and CEO of UnitedMasters (c. 2017) was born in Queens, NY to Trinidadian-Immigrant parents who, in his own words, “didn't come from much," gave their son the opportunity to work his way up in the world from the work-to-riches/”American Dream” model that we all know. Steve originally bounced around to a multitude of different colleges after graduating from Holy Cross High School in 1988. He realized that pursuing a college education wasn't exactly his forte and he wanted to take entrepreneurship seriously. He was willing to take the long road down a journey of uncertainty, stress, sleepless nights, the days where he would feel like he wasn't good enough or oftentimes even wanted to quit. Steve's hunger, drive and keen sense of passion for all things pop culture such as music, fashion and the political, economic and social climate of the world in the late 80's, 90's and early 2000's is what made him want to become a grand fixture in media and major cultural shifts to come. His stint in the world of music started at the age of 26 where he became the President of the Urban Music Division. He led legendary artists such as Mariah "The Voice" Carey, Nas and "The Fresh Prince," Will Smith. He then transitioned to Interscope Geffen A&R records as their new President in 1999 where he would form a life-long friendship with Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter after being a key player in Jay's partnership with Reebok at the time. He was often known for his great ability to form successful partnerships and bridge gaps between musicians and brands. He was often referred to as "The Golden Touch." Steve then transitioned to the advertising and branding world in 2004 where he founded Translation–A creative and solutions company which conjoined and merged the industries of marketing, corporate deals and popular culture as one. Since then, Steve has done prolific deals with McDonald's, State Farm, Apple and the NBA.. Just to name a few. Thank you Steve for stopping by the IAA studio to share his insight on the world, how to execute business as a brand and/or executive and how to be a leader. We appreciate you, always!
In today's news, Brandon Marshall and Brandon Flowers debate...Are Cowboys really good or are Giants really bad? Are Lamar and Ravens in trouble? Is CJ Stroud already one of the most trusted QBs in football? Plus much more!
During this episode of the Red-Haired Archaeologist® Podcast, learn about the Northern Kingdom's most infamous king and queen: Ahab and Jezebel. Find out where Samaria's capital city was built, how Phoenician religion and trade affected the nation, and why we think of Jezebel as a seductress instead of a powerful politician. Episode links: The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Picture Collection, The New York Public Library. "Elijah meeting Ahab and Jezebel in Naboth's vineyard," New York Public Library Digital Collections: https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47e4-5d8f-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99 Jude Flurry, “Samaria Ivories — Proof of the Bible?” Armstrong Institute of Biblical Archaeology: https://armstronginstitute.org/394-samaria-ivories-proof-of-the-bible John Byam Liston Shaw (1872–1919), “Jezebel,” https://russellcotes.com/collection-piece/jezebel/ The Sidon Excavation: http://www.sidonexcavation.com/sidon-the-city/ “Furniture inlay: Woman at the Window,” IAA 1933-2578, Israel Museum: https://www.imj.org.il/en/collections/365182-0 Red-Haired Archaeologist® links: https://redhairedarchaeologist.com/free https://www.facebook.com/AmandaHopeHaley/ https://www.instagram.com/redhairedarchaeologist/ https://amandahopehaley.square.site/ Learn more about my fabulous video editor, Tanya Yaremkiv, by visiting her website at https://tanyaremkiv.com and listening to her podcast, Through the Bible podcast with Tanya Yaremkiv. You can also follow her on Facebook and Instagram @tanyaremkiv.
Brandon Marshall and Antoine Walker discuss whether the Lakers still have enough for a Finals run after AD's recent injury, then the Nuggets hand Dubs an L in Denver and finally we discuss Gilbert Arenas recent comments on LeBron still being the King with or without the Miami Heat?
Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Brandon Flowers discuss whether Bill Belichick will have a job with the Patriots by the end of this season, then we revisit LeBron saying, “I'd still be the King without Miami” and finally Brandon goes through his top 5 NFC teams.
Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Brandon Flowers are joined by Houston Texans WR Tank Dell for our Pepsi Rookie of the Week, then we try to figure out would LeBron still be the King if not for Miami and then we are joined by New York Giants WR Sterling Shepard!
Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Brandon Flowers discuss how Dallas came up short against their NFC rival the Eagles, then will Lamar always be in Mahomes shadow and finally we are joined by former UFC Heavyweight Champion and Boxer Francis Ngannou.
Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Brandon Flowers discuss if the Jets tried to acquire Davante Adams or Mike Evans before trade deadline, then is Tua the biggest threat to Mahomes throne and can LeBron keep up MVP-Level play?