O.H. Ingram ages their whiskey on barges on the banks of the Mississippi River. We talk to Hank about his whiskey, how he got started, and what we should expect from him in the future. Cheers! Shop orcacoolers.com and use the code DADSEASON for 20% off your order. ORCA: For All of Life's Adventures. If you're a bourbon group, distillery, or store, get wholesale laser etched products at www.distilleryproducts.com Get in on the action at www.action247.com use code DADS100 for Action 24/7 to match your first deposit up to $400
Richard Paige sits down with Dr. Amanda Ingram, the 41st most LaFollette Lecturer, discussing her specialty in the field of systematics, hitting the breakthrough moment in a speech, and the reasons she is so fascinated with various species of grass (Episode 305).
Back in 1998, siblings Pete and Alexa Ingram-Cauchi started iD Tech to offer summer camps for kids who wanted to learn about computers. The business grew each year and by 2019, was generating $70 million in annual sales hosting camps from Stanford to MIT and beyond.
Bud and Ingram discuss what the Noles did right in order to win against a vulnerable Syracuse team. What could possibly sustain this squad to continue their winning ways? The boys also take listener questions.
The crew, Sully, Kurt, and Sam, are back with another episode, and they are joined by a special guest. Harrison Ingram, a five star recruit who is about to play in his first season at Stanford come this fall, talks loads of things, from winning the U19 World Cup this summer, to joining a highly academic school in Arkansas, to much more. Make sure to check out Harrison on all social platforms. Then, at the end, the guys quickly give their thoughts on the Ben Simmons and 76ers situation.
It's happened to us all. You source a solution for a specific technology problem that you've been trying to solve, all is going well, and then the manufacturer discontinues production of that product, and stops supporting the one you have. You don't have an unlimited budget to go out and source a new solution every time a manufacturer stops producing your product, so where do you turn? What do you do? On this episode of B2B Tech Talk, we talk with Lukas Bartone , a Solutions Specialist for Ingram Micro's Sourcing and Certified Pre-Owned programs, on how his department is committed to helping customers source hard to find products, and meet their budget requirements with certified pre-owned products. What we discussed: - The Ingram Sourcing program, and how they can help find hard-to-find products - Why certified pre-owned products often make just as much sense as new ones - The ways that his team is committed to helping every customer solve their needs as efficiently as possible Want to learn more about Ingram's Sourcing and Certified Pre-Owned programs? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org To join the discussion, follow us on Twitter @IngramTechSol #B2BTechTalk Listen to this episode and more like it by subscribing to B2B Tech Talk on Spotify , Apple Podcasts , or Stitcher . Or, tune in on our website .
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The Bell Witch haunting is one of the oldest American hauntings on record and it is the subject of this week's unpleasant dream. -- Cassandra Harold is your host. EM Hilker is our principal writer and researcher with additional writing by Cassandra Harold. Jim Harold is our Executive Producer. Unpleasant Dreams is a production of Jim Harold Media. You can find EM Hilker's original article HERE. Sources & Further Reading: 1868 article in the Courier-Journal: https://www.newspapers.com/clip/7660018/the-courier-journal/ An Authenticated History of the Bell Witch by Martin Van Buren Ingram https://web.archive.org/web/20021022185219/http://bellwitch02.tripod.com/the_red_book.htm Bell Witch Folklore Centre https://web.archive.org/web/20020924085754/http://bellwitch02.tripod.com/ Bell Witch Cave official site http://www.bellwitchcave.com/ Pat Fitzhugh's Bell Witch site http://www.bellwitch.org/story.htm The Bell Witch Poltergeist by Joe Nickell https://skepticalinquirer.org/2014/01/the-bell-witch-poltergeist/ The Terrifying True Story of the Bell Witch http://thesouthernweekend.com/bell-witch/ PODCAST TRANSCRIPT The Bell Witch haunting is one of the most famous American hauntings on record, not only for the extent of the hauntings but because it is credited as the only American haunting to result in the death of a living person. John Bell Sr died 200 years ago, and much of the haunting occurred years prior to that. To date, there are a half dozen movies based on the story with more having been influenced by it; there is a doom metal band called Bell Witch, and several songs by other musicians based on the tale. It has spawned other stories and even traveled in a slightly altered form to become folklore in Mississippi, where several Bell children settled in their adulthood. The story itself is the story of the Bell family. In the very early years of the nineteenth century, John Bell Senior came to Robertson County, Tennessee with his wife, Lucy, and their young children. They settled along the Red River, near the modern town of Adams. Bell had been a barrel-maker in his youth, but had decided to turn to farming. He was quite successful in this, and by the time of his death, his farm would boast more than three hundred acres of land. He developed a good name for himself as well, and would eventually become an elder at the local church (though later he was excommunicated for unscrupulous business dealings). He had a good life along the Red River for well over a decade, he and his wife had nine children, and they were well-liked as a family. The “family trouble”, as the Bells would one day call it, began late in 1817. In the earliest days of the haunting, a strange creature was spied around the Bell's farmland by a number of people. A strange mixture of dog, sometimes two-headed, and rabbit. It was large and dark and utterly unsettling. The Bell family's slave, Dean, saw this same creature, among other bizarre and supernatural sights, multiple times on his walks in the evening to visit his wife on a nearby farm. John Bell also reportedly saw the creature lurking around on occasion. In early 1818, seemingly supernatural activity had started within the farmhouse. The children would report hearing the sounds of rats gnawing on their bedposts in the night, but upon examination neither rat nor bite mark could be found. After this came knocking sounds and the heavy rattle of chains being dragged across their wooden floors. Sounds that all the family could hear. In time, the children would be bitten at and scratched and pinched by the air itself. Their bedsheets would be yanked off their bed as night. Pillows snatched from under their sleeping heads and thrown to the floor. John Bell Sr woke one day to find his mouth paralyzed. One of the most famous parts of this story, or perhaps infamous, is the treatment of the Bell's daughter, Betsy. All sources seem to agree that she was an uncommonly beautiful girl, and perhaps this is why the increasingly violent manifestations, allegedly those of a witch, centered around her. She was pinched and scratched more and worse than the other children, leaving her black and blue and bloody. Her hair was yanked and she was kept awake at night. She was abused and miserable. The family tried to relieve her suffering by having her stay with friends and family, but the abuse followed her wherever she went. By contrast, the entity was utterly enchanted by Lucy Bell, the mother of the family. Lucy was a well-liked woman, but it seemed especially enthralled with her. It lavished her with adulation, brought her fruit and nuts when she was sick, and sang her praises. Author Pat Fitz Hugh quite correctly points out that this can hardly be called genuine kindness on the entity's part, given the emotional suffering Lucy would have endured in watching her family be harassed and abused. All the while, John Bell became sicker and sicker, and no one was sure what ailed him, or how to cure him of his mysterious malady. In desperation, the Bell family reached out to their good friend James Johnston for help. He and his wife agreed to spend a night in the Bell's home. Having been as harassed and abused as the Bells had been throughout the night, they agreed in the morning that it was an authentic, malicious spirit. Around this time, the entity began to whisper to them. Barely-heard snatches of a disembodied voice at first, and then growing in power as it appeared to be getting stronger and stronger. When asked who it was, it claimed at various times to be “Old Kate Batts' witch” (Kate Batts herself was alive and well; she allegedly had a sharp tongue and a wicked temper, and was said to actually be a witch). At other times she was the spirit of a disturbed grave who had lost a tooth under the house (though no tooth was ever found). On Another occasion, she claimed she was the ghost of a poor murdered peddler. And yet another time, the ghost of an immigrant who had buried treasure nearby (no treasure was ever found, despite the wild goose chase “Kate” led them on). It is said that in 1819 Andrew Jackson, the then army general who would go on to be the seventh president of the United States, had heard stories of the Bell Witch. Given that the Bell's sons had served under him, he chose to visit the farm itself to investigate. The beginning of this part of the story is the same in all versions -- Jackson and his men found their carriage wheels stuck fast on their way to the farm, and nothing they could do would loosen them. It was the work of the witch, who spoke to them: she would see General Jackson later that evening. The stories differ here: one version says that the general and his men went straight on past the farm house, never to meddle in such things again. The other, more heroic version, states that Jackson did indeed continue on to the Bell homestead. While there, one of his men who claimed himself to be a “witch layer” was harassed and humiliated by the witch. Regardless, Jackson himself stayed the night, speaking with both the family and the witch herself long into the evening. It is also said that 1819 was the year in which the witch began to threaten to kill “Old Jack” Bell, who was by this time incredibly weak and fading fast. In 1820, this threat came to pass. John Bell Sr allegedly was fed a mysterious substance by the witch, after which he died. This substance was later tested on the poor family cat, who promptly died as well, leaving no doubt as to what sort of substance was in the bottle. The witch, not yet finished with “Old Jack”, sang ribald drinking songs loudly at his funeral to the family's dismay. The haunting did not immediately stop with John Bell's death. The following year, the Witch implored and nagged at Betsy until she called off her engagement to her fiance, promising to go away for seven years. Betsy did so, perhaps fearing that her love would die as her father had. The witch was, surprisingly, as good as her word. The witch kept her word to return to the family, as well. She returned to Lucy and the boys in 1828. In some versions of the story they simply changed tact and chose to ignore her entirely rather than engage with the creature who had killed their father. Following this, she simply left. In other versions, she and the boys discussed philosophy and civilization, before she again left. In some versions, she told them she would return to their descendants in 107 years. Interestingly there actually was a descendant of the family, a Dr. Bailey Bell who was alive 107 years later and was fascinated by the lore of the family witch. He wrote a book on the subject in 1934. If the witch did return to him in 1935 as promised, however, he went to his grave a decade later without telling anyone about it. There may have been another return of the witch that hadn't been announced to the family: in 1868, somewhere near the Bell farm, a man named Mr. Smith claimed to have occult powers from the witch. Tom Clinard and Dick Burgess alleged that he had been practising witchcraft on them. They claimed that he had made them see old grey horses and hobgoblins in the night. They proclaimed proudly that if they could do it all again, they would kill him again. They had been attempting to arrest Smith for his use of witchcraft, leading to the conflict that resulted in Smith's death. They were found Not Guilty. In 1880, the Bell Witch's work was attributed to a haunted house in Tennessee, where clangs and bangs were heard, but no speech from the witch as with the Bell family. There were accusations of fakery, none of which were solidly proven. There's also the Bell Witch Cave. The cave exists on what was once the Bell's property, and in COVID-free times is open to the public. It doesn't have a place in the original story, but since that time it HAS been and continues to be, the site of numerous phenomena. The Witch herself once rescued a young boy in the cave who had gotten stuck, and it's said that the cave was where she resided when she wasn't tormenting the Bell family. Our primary source of information for the inside happenings of the Bell Witch haunting is a book published in 1894 by Martin Van Buren Ingram, called An Authenticated History of the Famous Bell Witch. Ingram calls himself a compiler of data in the preface of the book, some of which was “written by Williams Bell, a member of the family, some fifty-six years ago, together with other corroborative testimony by men and women of irreproachable character and unquestionable veracity.” Ingram himself makes reference to news articles of the day, none of which survive. The legend survives through oral tradition as well. In addition to the stories still told in Tennessee, the tale of the Bell witch made its way to Mississippi, with some of the names and motivations changed, where it's still told today. The young heroine of the story is now called Mary, and a love story has been added, but the story remains very much intact. Pat Fitzhugh brings up the possibility of John Bell Sr's illness and death being due to a neurological disorder, rather than the evil work of the witch (however much and loudly she took credit for it at the time). The science of neurology, despite the concepts being two hundred years old, was still very much in its infancy in the 1820s. It would be 50 years before electrodes would be used to study neurology, and all the advances that they would bring. Bell's symptoms mirror those we now know to be those of neurological illness, though of course without the patient to examine there's no way to know for sure. Skeptic Joe Nickell believes it possible that the whole haunting was a hoax perpetrated by Betsy, as another example of “poltergeist faking syndrome”. Ingram himself admits that two of the Bell brothers took frequent boat trips down to New Orleans around 1815 - 1818, where they learned ventriloquism, which they then taught to their sister Betsy. Certainly the timing of the early days of the hauntings lines up with the acquisition of their new talent. Ingram himself does not believe this theory to be true, pointing out that the hauntings brought no good to the family. It's impossible to say whether this was a legitimate haunting or an elaborate trick that coincided with the neurological illness of John Bell Sr., ending in his death. All witnesses have been dead for well over a century, and the original farm house fell into ruin long, long ago. All we can do is speculate, and wonder if the world will hear from “Old Kate Batts' witch” again one day.
Though both Bud and Ingram predicted Louisville to win over Florida State by multiple scores, the way it went down is still painful, as FSU falls to 0-4 on the season. Florida State made a valiant comeback attempt, but how much of that is for real? Not quitting was real, to be sure, but how much of the rushing game success was legit? How much of the defense's success in the second half was related to Louisville shutting things down? What was not disappointing was the great crowd in attendance at Township for the listener meet up. It was great to see our friends and sponsors including Matt Thompson, Chad Reidlinger of 844-FSU-Loan, Matt Lewis of Congruity, and to sip some beers from our Louisiana Hot Sauce koozies. Thanks for supporting the show. We know this is a rough season, and though we have and will continue to note that this is a long-term rebuild, it is still painful.
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Keel Hunt is an editorial columnist for The Tennessean and author of Coup: The Day the Democrats Ousted Their Governor and Crossing the Aisle, How Bipartisanship Brought Tennessee to the 21st Century and Could Save America. His new book is The Family Business: How Ingram Transformed the World of Books. Keel has been a reporter, editor, and Washington correspondent and has consulted to some of America's largest companies and institutions – from HCA, Ingram to First Tennessee Bank, and Vanderbilt University. Tune in to learn about the evolution of journalism...
SHOW NOTES: In this week's episode, Tiffany Lachelle is joined by attorney, author, and actress Juanita Ingram. Juanita left everything she knew behind when her husband got a job overseas. In this episode, they discuss Juanita's experience as a Black woman in the legal profession, not trailing but, traveling spouse syndrome, and family life in London and Taiwan. If you want to hear more from Juanita and her show The Expats International Ingrams, check out episode 52 of (A)broad in Education! RESOURCES: Watch The Expats International Ingrams on Amazon Prime! Juanita's Website SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES: @iamjuanitaingramIf you like what you're hearing be sure to support the show! 1. Share the episode: It literally takes a click to send it and it's off. Listenership helps with sponsorship and with sponsorship, we all win! 2. Leave a Review: Right on your podcast app or go over to Twitter or Instagram and tell me what you think. What's on your mind? (A)Broad in Education is produced by Tiffany Lachelle Smith, Music by Reallionaire Jream. You can access Lady Justice on his Post Cards Album on Sound Cloud. Music by Epedimic Sound. Want to continue this conversation with other EDpats? Subscribe to the podcast and subscribe to the newsletter.
Bud and Ingram talk about the loss that Wake Forest put on our Noles. Cant say that this one wasnt expected, but there are still quite a bit of issues of how we lost. Bud also takes on the role of Dillingham when taking questions from the press.
Hosts Rekaya Gibson and Angela Spears discuss athletes and mental health. They answer how many athletes suffer from mental health; how mental health affect athletes; why do athletes have mental health issues; and what athletes have mental health challenges. They share their opinions about how athletes can help with mental health and what family, friends, and fans can do to support them. #KeepItSporty Mentioned in This Episode: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800-273-8255) – www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org Naomi Osaka Documentary – www.Netflix.com Black Girls Breathing - www.blackgirlsbreathing.com We Play Interactive by Women's Sports Foundation - www.womenssportsfoundation.org Podcast episode: Naomi Osaka Puts Her Mental Health First - www.blackgirlstalksports.com/podcast/naomi-osaka-puts-her-mental-health-first Podcast Items of Interest: Become a Monthly Patron - https://www.patreon.com/BlackGirlsTalkSports Buy Us a Coffee - https://ko-fi.com/blackgirlstalksports Join Us the Facebook Group (Women only) @BlackGirlsTalkSports Download free Android App in the Google Play Store Podcast Sponsored by Cuisine Noir Magazine - www.cuisinenoirmag.com Sources: Allen, R. (2020, December 23). The Things I'll Never Forget. The Players' Tribune. https:// https://www.theplayerstribune.com/posts/ray-allen-nba-basketball-things-ill-never-forget Chang, C.J.; Putukian, M.; Aerni, G.; Diamond, A.B.; Hong, E.S.; Ingram, Y.M.; Reardon, C.L.; Wolanin, A.T. Mental Health Issues and Psychological Factors in Athletes: Detection, Management, Effect on Performance, and Prevention: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Position Statement, Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine: March 2020 - Volume 30 - Issue 2 - p e61-e87, doi: 10.1097/JSM.0000000000000817. Kuik, R. and Potts, S. (2019, May). Mental Health and Athletes. Athletes for Hope. https://www.athletesforhope.org/2019/05/mental-health-and-athletes/ Murray, C. and Fieldstadt, E. (2021, July 28). Simone Biles is the Latest Athlete Vocal About Mental Health. NBC News. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/olympics/simone-biles-latest-athlete-vocal-about-mental-health-n1275218 Sparlin Mental Health. (2020, January 17). Athletes and Mental Health. Sparlin Mental Health. https://sparlinmentalhealth.com/athletes-and-mental-health/ Smith, D. (2018, February 25). Raptors' Derozan Hopes Honest Talk on Depression Helps Others. Toronto Star. https://www.thestar.com/sports/raptors/2018/02/25/raptors-derozan-hopes-honest-talk-on-depression-helps-others.html The Tokyo Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. (2021, July 31). Michael Phelps: “Don't Be Afraid to Dream as Big as You Possibly Can.” Olympics.com. https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/en/news/michael-phelps-don-t-be-afraid-to-dream-as-big-as-you-possibly-can Wagner-McGough, S. (2018, September 4). Andrew Luck Admits He Was A 'Sad, Miserable Human' And 'Scared About Football' During Comeback. CBS Sports. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/andrew-luck-admits-he-was-a-sad-miserable-human-and-scared-about-football-during-comeback/
Who on earth is going to suit up and play on the OLine for the Noles?! No one seems to know. Bud and Ingram discuss this as well as take a look at the most consistent unit for Florida State in their DLine. Here is hoping to a happy ending with a Dub.
En este episodio, seguimos con el análisis de cara a la nueva temporada, con análisis a fondo de los Raptors, Pelicans y Timberwolves. ¿Cuál es la ruta en Toronto: competir o desarrollar? ¿Cuán bueno es Zion? ¿Pega con Ingram? ¿Son mejores sin Lonzo? ¿Cuán rápido se frustra Towns? Los mejores 5 armadores en fantasy esta temporada y más. Redes sociales: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @losnbafreaks MarcosTwitter: @MarcosJBrenesGerardTwitter: @gerardclementeInstagram: gerard_clementeJosueTwitter: @JRBrenes Website: www.losnbafreaks.comEmail: email@example.com
Episode 195 of the Yinzdaily podcast:- Roberto Clemente and Hispanic Heritage Month- Pirates updates- TJ Watt's contract- Steeler's week one thoughts- Ingram signing paying off- Steeler's Defensive front is sick- Expectations for Steelers week 2- New baseball and football card pick ups- Pittsburgh triviaAll this and more on episode 195 of the YinzDaily podcast.
Closed questions Useful for: warming up group discussions, getting a quick answer Open questions Useful for: critical or creative discussion, finding out more information about a person or subject Probing questions Useful for: seeing the bigger picture, encouraging a reluctant speaker to tell you more information, and avoiding misunderstandings Leading questions Useful for: building positive discussions, closing a sale, steering a conversation towards an outcome that serves your interest Loaded questions Useful for: discovering facts about someone who would otherwise be reluctant to offer up the information Funnel questions As with a funnel, these questions begin broadly before narrowing to a specific point — or vice versa. Recall and process questions Useful for: encouraging critical thought and in-depth evaluation of a subject in tests, interviews or discussions Rhetorical questions Useful for: persuading people, building engagement A word on tone --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/salesgenius/message
We've got a triad of topics coming at you on today's edition of It Was a Thing on TV here at Place to Be Nation. First, one of our favorite shows back in the day was the Saturday morning cartoon preview show that generally aired the night before the premiere of the new fall Saturday morning lineups. In 1985, CBS went all out, producing an hour-long show with Rowdy Roddy Piper and celebrities ranging from Pee Wee Herman to Herve Villechaize to Captain Lou Albano to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Who knew CBS' Saturday morning cartoons ran until 2 PM! Next, we take a look back at the very first appearance of our favorite trio on Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. The Aqua Teens looked a lot different when they paid a visit to Space Ghost, Zorak and Moltar. We explain the differences between this and the regular series as the course of classic rock is changed forever in this episode, thanks a lot Space Ghost! Finally, 20 years ago this week, a game show scandal broke in the UK, as Major Charles Ingram, his wife, and another contestant collaborated and coughed their way to £1,000,000. The trio later went to trial over the matter. Listen to this episode and judge for yourself whether the money was hard earned or hardly earned. Follow us on our social media feeds over @ItWasAThingOnTV and send us an e-mail for any future show suggestions or feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hank Ingram is the proprietor of O.H. Ingram River Aged Whiskey. He brought some by for a tasting. We starting tasting his Flagship. Hank mentioned the term white dog, the clear spirit prior to aging, so I was curious to look up a bit more. I'm a lawyer so of course I was interested in the Supreme Court case Hank mentioned as the basis for getting his floating rickhouse approved. For the non lawyers, here is an article, and here is the real deal. By the way, speaking of rickhouses, here is why they are called that. You can learn more about Hank and his whiskey at ingramwhiskey.com
Tough, heartbreaking loss to a team that FSU should have beat. Not exactly the follow up game you want to see after a competitive game against ND. Bud and Ingram discuss the loss and what lies ahead next week.
In today's episode, Warren Ingram does a Q&A around using overdrafts for investments and provides financial advice around purchasing a car that is best for your pocket. Questions/ Topics: How can I use my overdraft to benefit me in terms of investing or getting financial gain? What financial advice do you have around buying a car? Got a question after listening to this episode? Don't forget to send us your Voice Note questions on WhatsApp to (+27) 72 934 4218 and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more Financial Freedom content: @HonestMoneyPod
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Glenn Eichelberger is the Director of Bands at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Glenn has been involved in HBCU bands for his entire career and joins the show to discuss his career and his experiences with HBCU excellence in music. Links: Glenn Eichelberger Holsinger: Prelude and Rondo Sheldon: 1,000 Cranes Nelhybel: Festivo Biography: Mr. Eichelberger currently serves the Director of Bands at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Mr. Eichelberger recently completed his Masters of Arts in Instrumental Conducting at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland (2020). Mr. Eichelberger is a native of Miami Florida where he graduated from Miami Carol City Senior High School (1997). He started his undergraduate studies at Florida A&M University where he was a member of the FAMU Marching 100, Symphonic, Jazz, Brass Ensemble and Trombone Choir. In 2000 and 2002 Mr. Eichelberger was selected for the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) Southeast Intercollegiate Honors Band. He is also a former member of the U.S. Marines Basic Musician Enlistment Program where he studied at the Armed Forces School of Music in Norfolk, Virginia. Mr. Eichelberger also holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies from Florida Memorial University (2011). Mr. Eichelberger is also the Founder and President of the Palm Beach Band Director Coalition. Prior to his appointment as the Director of Bands at Stillman College, Mr. Eichelberger served as the Director of Bands at Park Crossing High School in Montgomery, AL (2020-2021), a Graduate Conductor at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD (2017-2020), Music Teacher at Holabird Middle School in Dundalk, MD (2017-2019), Department Chair and Director of Bands at Jeaga Middle School in West Palm Beach Florida (2015-2016), Director of Bands and Music Coordinator at N.E.W. Preparatory High School of Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (2014-2015), Director of Bands at American Senior High School in Hialeah, Florida (2008-2013). Mr. Eichelberger has also served as the Assistant to the Director of Band and Music Arranger at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC (2005-2006). Mr. Eichelberger has also served as the Assistant Director of Band and Music Arranger at James S. Rickards High in Tallahassee, Florida (2002-2003). During his Tenure at James S. Rickards the band was selected as the honor band for the Veterans Day Celebration and was selected to perform a post-game performance at Florida A&M University; Assistant to the Director of Band and Arranger at Thomasville High School in Thomasville, Georgia (2004-2005), during his time at Thomasville High the band was featured in a commercial for White Wheat Bread for the Hostus Bread Company. In the summer of 2006 Mr. Eichelberger was asked to serve as the Assistant Director of Bands and Music Arranger at his alma mater Miami Carol City Senior High. In April of 2007 Mr. Eichelberger was asked to serve as the Interim Director of Bands at Miami Carol City Senior High after the Promotion of Fedrick C. Ingram to Secretary/Treasurer of United Teachers of Dade. Mr. Eichelberger has been a Guest Clinician at the Savannah State University Summer Band Camp, (2012), Florida A&M University Marching 100 Summer Band Camp (1998-2002, 2004) Dade County Parks and Recreation Annual Summer Performing Arts Camp (1999), Miami Northwestern Senior High (1999), North Miami Beach Senior High (2004) and Florida Memorial University Miami All-Star Summer Band Camp (2003-Present), and several high schools in Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina. He has served as a guest Conductor at Miami Carol City Senior High, Thomasville High School, Florida Memorial University, and Savannah State University. Mr. Eichelberger is a member of the HBCU-National Band Director Consortium, Music Educator National Conference (MENC), Florida Bandmasters Association (FBA), Florida Music Educators Association (FMEA), International Association of Jazz Educators (IAJE), FAMU Marching 100 Alumni Band Association, (DAC) Diaspora Arts Coalition, (UTD) United Teachers of Dade, Florida Education Association (FEA), National Education Association (NEA), Teacher Association of Baltimore County (TABCO), Alabama Education Association (AEA), Maryland Music Educators Association, and an honorary member of the Eta Omicron Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma.
Bud and Ingram of the Nolecast take a hard look at what lies ahead for Florida State against JSU. Everyone is anticipating the same energy that the Noles showcased against Notre Dame; thats what needs to take place.
Vanderbilt football sideline announcer Kevin Ingram processes what he saw in Week One and gives a short preview of Colorado State's offense. Plus, Ingram answers a few questions on Vandy hoops, including how Tyrin Lawrence and Scotty Pippen Jr. might be used this year.
The Noles showed a lot of grit and heart against a tough Notre Dame squad. There is a lot to be proud of but quite a bit to clean up as well. Bud and Ingram touch on some of these points as well as listener questions.
We got a great question from a follower about becoming a financial planner and is there a need for financial planners in the South African economy. Listen to what Warren Ingram has to say in this interesting Q&A episode. Topics/ Questions: What are the pros and cons of becoming a financial planner? What is the current state of the industry and is there a need for financial planners in the South African economy? What type of person is best suited to become a financial planner? Got a question after listening to this episode? Don't forget to send us your Voice Note questions on WhatsApp to (+27) 72 934 4218 and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more Financial Freedom content: @HonestMoneyPod
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This week we have a great show in store for you Check out Bryan's Q&A Session at the link in the show notes! Leave us a review on Apple Podcast and answer the Question of the Week in the comment section. The winner this week is Andrew Chamberlain. Top Tips of the week include what makes up an author platform, how to get your rights back and use them, and what is the value of a good blurb. The 5 News stories that matter most to indies this week include what lawsuits have begun, how stacking promos can help your book launch, what are the new ad bid strategies on Amazon, what is happening between KDP and Ingram and how to write when you are not feeling it. Question of the Week: If you knew it was guaranteed to succeed the way you'd planned, what one thing would you add to your next book launch, and why?
The Nolecast returns for the final installment of their season preview series with an anticipated episode featuring win probabilities. Ingram and Bud review each game of the schedule and give their win probabilities and try to explain how and why they got to that figure.
"Broken Links in the Supply Chain" The regular occurrence of graphic novels damaged in shipping. Patrick has been doing this for 31 years. Huge week for DC! So many stores did not get their new comics in time for Wednesday, AND DC is having to delay a lot of books for supply reasons. Ingram is on top of it all! 2 of our upcoming store signings have been cancelled (Dave Scheidt “Mayor Good Boy” and Allyson Lassiter “Star Beasts”). Trying to order Marvel graphic novels. Retailers industry wide are feeling the stress. We've still got a new shirt on Kickstarter right now! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/challengers/keep-reading-comics-t-shirt-designed-by-ali-cantarella
Episode #243, Photographer Bud Ingram-Lile. Bud is a fantastic local concert photographer that I’ve had the pleasure to shoot with a few times, so i figured it would be good to pick his brain about sony cameras and lenses… Enjoy! … Continue reading →
The Nolecast returns with its final position preview for the upcoming 2021 season. Ingram and Bud go into detail on all of the options in the QB room and give their opinion who is QB1 for the Notre Dame game. Nolecast 8-26-21
The Nolecast returns for their look at the FSU 2021 defensive line. Ingram and Bud are optimistic about this group and think that ESPN may have their rankings on this unit wrong, perhaps by a significant margin.
The Nolecast returns with a podcast to start the week. While the OL positional preview is the focus of the podcast, Ingram and Bud spend the first 12 minutes talking about what they have heard thus far from fall camp and observations from the first scrimmage held on Saturday. Nolecast 8-16-21
The Athletic's Tim Kawakami talks with Chase about some Bay Area sports, the Warriors offseason, getting Klay back, talking with Andre Iguodala, Trey Lance in San Fran and the problems the Raiders face in 2021 and beyond (2:00). Then, Nolecast's Ingram Smith on the legacy of Bobby Bowden, the state of Noles football team, Mckenzie Milton, their brutal 2021 schedule and much more(30:00). To finish, Chase is joined by 49ers Hub's Evan Sowards and SI's Houston Texans reporter Anthony Wood to preview the AFC South, why the Texans are going to be bad, optimism on the wideout front, the Titans being the favorites, the Colts getting hammered with injuries and missing explosive playmakers out wide, the Jaguars having too much offensive firepower to bad, James Washington wanting out from the Steelers, the NFL Hall Of Fame weekend and Josh Allen's extension (60:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Tim Kawakami, Ingram Smith, Evan Sowards, Anthony Wood Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
These guys have their ear to the collecting car grindstone AND have sage advice to help you buy, no matter what your budget is. Steve Serio is a car broker that finds, buys, and sell high-dollar collector cars. Cam Ingram is the CEO of Road Scholars, which restores, sells, and services rare and historic Porsches. Steve and Cam work together on many large and significant car deals. They're in town to talk about what they've driven, what the market is doing, and Cam's inaugural drive in the 2021 Pikes Peak Hill Climb. @therealbondgroup @porsche_malonehttps://roadscholars.com/ Go to AutoTempest.com/tst so they know we sent you. Head to Policygenius.com to get started right now. Listeners of The Smoking Tire Podcast receive 30% off Keeper Unlimited and Family plans. Use promo code SMOKINGTIRE30 at checkout or visit keeper.io/smokingtire to learn more.