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Stories From Women Who Walk
60 Seconds For Time Out Tuesday: Dreaming Something Into Existence.

Stories From Women Who Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 2:00


Hello to you listening in Kingman, Arizona!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is 60 Seconds for Time Out Tuesday.Let's say you have your heart on something you want. No matter how much you ask you end up thinking that your prayers are not being heard. They are. The answer may be “No.”  When I was younger than I am today I asked for what I thought I wanted and felt disappointed when I didn't get it. Often times I got something better, something UNimagined - at least to my little mind.It took time to realize that asking for what I thought I wanted was playing small. How so? Because “We don't get what we ask for; we get what we dream of.”  What we dream of is not right on the surface; it's more elusive, seemingly just out of reach. But if you believe in dreams then know this: what you dream of is coming to you from where it is.Question: What might you be dreaming into existence right this very moment, and you don't even know it?   60 Seconds is your daily dose of hope, imagination, wisdom, stories, practical tips, and general riffing on this and that. This is the place to thrive together. Come for the stories - stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, including Android, and join us next time! You're invited to stop by the website and subscribe to stay current with Diane, her journeys, her guests, as well as creativity, imagination, walking, stories, camaraderie, and so much more: Quarter Moon Story ArtsStories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga: Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 - Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts

MYSTICAL AMERICAN PATRIOTS SOCIETY
Ep. 094: Interview w/ Immanuel Kingman

MYSTICAL AMERICAN PATRIOTS SOCIETY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 139:15


Is the internet real? Dead Internet Theory. Sumo interviews Immanuel Kingman of the Goodness over Darkness Podcast [00:56:00]. LINKSDead Internet TheoryGoodness Over Darkness PodcastMAPSOC.ORGThe Saint Nicholas ProjectFollow us on Twitter: Sumo / Smokestack

Sales Enablement PRO Podcast
Episode 173: Chris Kingman on Maximizing Impact as Enablement Evolves

Sales Enablement PRO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 18:45


Shawnna Sumaoang: Hi, and welcome to the Sales Enablement PRO podcast, I’m Shawnna Sumaoang. Sales enablement is a constantly evolving space, and we’re here to help professionals stay up to date on the latest trends and best practices so that they can be more effective in their jobs. Today, I’m really excited to have a return guest to our podcast, one of our original podcast members, Chris Kingman from TransUnion. Chris, I would love for you to introduce yourself, your role, and your organization to our audience. Christopher Kingman: Thanks, Shawnna. My name is Chris Kingman. I’m the Global Head of Digital Enablement for TransUnion, founding member and current member of the Board of Advisors for the Sales Enablement Society, and now a member of the Board of Evangelists for Sales Enablement PRO. I’ve been at TransUnion for 10.5 years in various roles in enablement in the U.S. for seven years. Just wrapped up international support for three and a half years and now in a global role supporting both. SS: I’m excited to have you back with us, Chris, and representing our Evangelist program, thank you so much. As you mentioned in your intro, you’ve been an established leader in enablement for several years, and you and I go back several years as well. You’ve personally experienced how the sales enablement function has grown and evolved over the years, so I’d love to hear from you, what drew you to sales enablement originally? What would you say keeps you motivated and passionate about enablement? CK: Well, I don’t think I was drawn to enablement. I think like most people, I got pushed into it or I fell into the role. I was working at a tech startup and for anybody who’s ever come from the tech startup background knows there is more work than people. Over a really short period of I think about three years, I just amassed all of the responsibilities that we today lump under enablement. That’s how I got my start, I was doing a lot of the necessities. I’m motivated by the idea that sales enablement can immensely impact or affect our organizations in a positive manner. Firstly, it’s the immediate seller. I was in sales once and I did absolutely horribly, I failed at it so bad. I know what it’s like to feel unsupported and have no resources or help. I don’t ever want my sellers to feel that way. A lot of the programs I design or any of the strategies I lay out are grounded in that idea. Second, as you scale, and as I have over the years gone from supporting a localized team to a global organization, you begin to have positive effects on other areas. The biggest one being revenue, you get to actually see how your programs and initiatives are impacting the bottom line. You also get to impact things like morale, you get to reduce turnover, and you get to help individuals. You get to know them, and you get to help them. I think all of those things are some of the things that always keep me motivated, interested. The great thing about enablement and the thing I also really enjoy is connecting with my fellow leaders and practitioners. I’ve been very fortunate over the last few years between all of the organizations and the seminars to meet so many amazing, great people. I always keep coming back for that. SS: Absolutely, I couldn’t agree more. I love our sales enablement space, but I think a lot of practitioners that are listening could understand and align with how you fell into enablement back in the day. Now, you are actually, as I mentioned, one of our first guests that we ever had on this podcast. In that episode, I want to say almost three years ago now, we asked you where you saw the momentum for sales enablement leading in the future. Now that we’re a ways into that future, what has the evolution of sales enablement looked like in the past couple of years from your perspective? CK: The first thing I’m happy to see happen over the last few years is the gradual dropping of the word sales from enablement. Certainly, we refer to it here as sales enablement, but the farther you go out into organizations, and especially if you look into a lot of the information on hiring, a lot of the information on jobs, or if you scour the job boards, you’re going to find more results searching for enablement than sales. When you dig into the quality of those JDs and those postings, they’re grounded in sales enablement roles. I said that a long time ago that one of our biggest limiters was just that term, it confuses a lot of people. I believe this has helped the discipline become more approachable. It’s been interesting to watch the discipline evolve, especially as there’s been increasingly more studies on the function and its impact, including the one Sales Enablement PRO does. I’ve noticed a few things I think are important over the last few years. Anecdotally, I’ve seen more jobs for SE roles in general, but as you read through them, there’s a better description of how that role exists in the organization. A while back it was a single discipline or a single role. Now, I see more and more leader roles or SE manager roles with the prospect of building teams within defined hierarchies and structures. This is good because some of the earlier research indicated there was a real hesitancy to hire and build enablement functions because organizations didn’t quite know where to start. I think this is on the decline now as more understanding of enablement is being established. This may not sound like a big achievement, but if you looked at all the data, three, four years ago, a lot of the stuff really indicated that people were aware of it, they understood the need, but they didn’t know really where to start. Now I think we’re seeing some of that ambiguity die off and we’re seeing people investing where they think enablement should be in their organization. I think those are really big changes that have been great to see over the last few years. Of course, the second one is the move to digital. That was always coming. A lot of thought leaders and things like that have always said the move to digital is where people are looking to go, but it was certainly accelerated due to the pandemic. It’s been interesting to see the initial reaction to the move to digital and what we thought what was important, like changing digital engagements for structures, access, and modalities of learning and the emergence of the dreaded zoom fatigue. Today, we’re looking to balance impactful meetings without burning our sellers out. A very different approach compared to a few years ago, where face-to-face was how you sold, and less attention was paid in certain areas in certain organizations. I think the acceleration of the adoption of digital and how we’ve progressed through it, at first everybody went double down on video cons and having virtual happy hours and every training was a face-to-face video call to where we are now where there’s a little bit less hands-on. There are dedicated days when you leave people alone or you go back to older ways of training or developing sellers through links to content or watch this video. It’s all been very interesting to see the reaction of practitioners and leadership. SS: I couldn’t agree more. Now, you also shared with us some of the skills and expertise needed to succeed in enablement, and at the time it included listening and staying close to the front lines and thinking about the big picture. How would you say that’s evolved recently? Would you say that things that things like the shift to digital has impacted the traits that organizations look for in enablement candidates? CK: Certainly. I still believe listening and staying close to the frontline are key. I would argue those will never go away, even now sellers need a defined outlet if you will, to voice their needs and concerns. I still believe that those sellers' anecdotal feedback and the leader anecdotal feedback leads to larger issues. That’s always how I’ve approached finding out my own business needs and critical business issues. Even in this digital space, sellers, leaders, they don’t feel as connected, so that connection to them, listening to them and offering them outlets and stuff and staying on top of the sellers and constantly engaging and saying, what’s going on? What support do you need? I think it's more critical now that we don’t have the benefit of maybe sitting in a call center or having a meeting every Friday in the office, things like that. It’s those little moments that are missing that you now have to artificially recreate in order to maintain some of the benefits. Given the recent changes, if I was hiring or staffing teams, I would look for someone with proven abilities in digital selling or supporting digital or inside sales organizations. Not necessarily from the skills perspective, but the discipline and the technology perspective. Right now, CRM is probably your second most important tool behind maybe telephone and email. Somebody that can drive effective adoption of those things is key. If you weren’t technologically inclined, I feel now is the time to get educated on the tools that organizations are using past things like zoom or your video con platform and past the CRM. Especially if you’re in a discipline like training, maybe like support or comp, what are the other avenues? What are the other tools that you might be able to adopt in this new environment? I would also look for practitioners with demonstrated communication skills and change management skills. I’m pretty sure everyone will agree, the number of emails they’ve gotten has gone up, the number of meetings they attend has gone up, so you need somebody who has that conscientious mind. They are mindful in how they approach change or introduce new concepts or initiatives in all digital organizations. We don’t have the luxury of in-person meetings, most of us don’t, or on-demand resources where you can walk to someone’s desk for support. Right now, to me, one of the most critical things that we look at is how well we navigate and communicate these changes or what we’re attempting to do from a strategic and tactical perspective. Those are some of the skills I would look for in a practitioner role to join my organization. SS: Those are fantastic traits to be looking for. Now, you recently wrote an article on spring cleaning, which I loved. Talking about your sales enablement practices, how often would you say you’re re-evaluating your processes to keep pace with the evolution of the sales enablement function, and what is the impact of doing so? CK: As I’ve scaled my remit at TransUnion, if you will, I’ve had to approach the spring cleaning in two different ways. In about a quarterly fashion, I go and review what programs and what initiatives and what things we’re doing to support sellers, and then align those to the sales and go-to-market strategies that our teams are employing to make sure that from a tactical perspective they’re supported. That’s very quick and iterative. Do they have the assets? The campaigns? Is the technology lined up? Is the training lined up? Is the certification lined up? Do they understand what they need to do in this three-to-six-month window? Those are always iterative and we’re always sitting down and aligning and making sure that the processes and the things that we do are set to support these people. Then strategically, I reevaluate the priorities every six months. Now, this is for larger-scale initiatives around development programs, leadership identified needs, technology investments, and the scaling of those technologies. Because of the longer build and lead times, never mind securing funding, I try to maximize the design time when we go to launch or execute these programs so there’s little deviation or modification once they’re launched. This short cycle iterative review and then long cycle review helps me stay on top of the tactical actions to make sure our sellers have everything they need to do in the short term, but also make sure that long-term strategically my technology investments, my programs are all aligned to the three-year plans, the organizational goals, the management identified gaps or needs or things like that. We can make sure that wherever the organization wants to go, we have a strategic all the way down to a tactical plan to cover that. I don’t like guessing games, I certainly hate surprises. Anytime we get the opportunity to sit down with the leadership and say, tell us what you want us to go do and we will tell you how we’re going to support it, never pass those. SS: Those are golden opportunities. Now, just for the sake of staying in alignment to how we get started in our first podcast, in the next couple of years, how do you see the sales enablement function evolving and what are a few focus areas that organizations should be paying attention to as they’re moving into the year ahead? CK: I think we can agree that digital selling is here to stay in some capacity. I believe all major consulting firms have published some data to attest to that. How much time your sellers will spend in that channel will remain to be seen. I feel that there are a few things to consider when looking forward at the future of enablement. First, practitioners and leaders should reevaluate their tech stacks, especially given the dominance of digital selling and the assumed prevalence here moving forward. Are you using platforms to their fullest potential? Those are some of the things that I would look at. Are you duplicating functionalities? This could be a key exercise as the cost of maintaining multiple platforms will become unscalable at a certain point. Certainly, something I look to do constantly is making sure that adoption of a platform is there and then understanding the capabilities of it, similar to an iPhone. You can make a phone call with an iPhone, but that isn’t necessarily all it can’t do, so why not explore the full breadth and depth of a platform. I’d recommend getting most of your tools aligned and making sure that you’re using them to the fullest ability, and then leveraging things like AI or machine learning where possible to further pair down how much software you actually have to pay for. If you have three applications when in reality two of them can suffice, save the money, get rid of the third application and reinvest that into something that’s going to drive efficiency or drive effectiveness. Over the next three years, I think you’ll see a lot of consolidation of tech platforms. We’ve certainly seen it this year with a couple of the bigger ones acquiring smaller entities. I think there should always be a review of the technology compared to where do we want to go as an organization. If we want to grow to a certain amount of money or a certain size, or you want to emerge into a certain market, are we technologically enabled to do that. I think for a practitioner, especially those in the tech space, it’s something you’re going to be spending a lot of time on. The other thing I would look at is up-skilling sellers. That is an endless process in my opinion. You should always be preparing them for the next way to sell or preparing them for the way that buyers want to buy. It may not seem obvious, but how we sell and how customers want to buy is evolving due to this digital environment. A lot of great work has been put out over the last few years about the size of buying committees or what I think is pretty notable is the Sense Maker work done by Gartner, which talks about how customers want to be engaged with from a sales rep and the perspective that they want. I think all of those things are key in understanding in what market that you sell and what space is your product or your solution and the people that you sell to. How do they want to buy it? What are they like? Deeper dives into what works, how are you winning, and more importantly, how are you losing, are all things that are going to feed into how you’re preparing your sellers. One of the key areas to focus on is developing the skills to maximize the value for a client, providing the right information, and addressing their critical business issues all while minimizing the time on calls. Customers are more educated than ever, and you combine that with a very real digital fatigue, and you now have a new buying dynamic that I don’t feel we’ve really dug into as a discipline or a practice. I think over the next few years, you’ll see a lot of thought leadership and sales development or coaching around how to drive the utmost value in the smallest amount of time. Whether that’s pitch templates, whether that’s how to address certain customers, whether that’s allowing customers better resources to enable themselves through digital sales rooms or a better website. Those are all things I think practitioners need to consider and partner with their internal partners through marketing, through technology, things like that to enable. I think things are going to only get more complex, unfortunately, as we navigate the next three years. The last thing I challenge practitioners and leaders to consider is how to prepare for the return to field selling. At some point we may go back to a semblance of normal. I think an emerging key differentiator in the next three years is the willingness to go see clients in person. I think developing a safe strategy that brings the benefits of digital engagement combined with the effectiveness of an in-person interaction will be a winning formula in the next few years, SS: Chris, as always, I learn a ton every time I talk to you. Thank you so much for joining us today, I really appreciate you making the time. CK: Absolutely, thank you. SS: To our audience, thanks for listening. For more insights, tips, and expertise from sales enablement leaders, visit salesnablement.pro. If there’s something you’d like to share or a topic you’d like to learn more about, please let us know. We’d love to hear from you.

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast
Luke Bryan In Concert At Martin Farms

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 5:53


Country Music Superstar "Luke Bryan" joins the Hammer & Nigel Show to talk about his Farm Tour Concert in Kingman, Indiana at Martin Farms. The National Toy Hall of Fame just announced the finalists for its 2021 class. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gift Biz Unwrapped | Women Entrepreneurs | Bakers, Crafters, Makers | StartUp
335 – Meet NBC's “Making It” Master Maker Adam Kingman

Gift Biz Unwrapped | Women Entrepreneurs | Bakers, Crafters, Makers | StartUp

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 44:57


I'm so excited to share this week's episode. My guest is Adam Kingman, the most recently titled Master Maker. It's fun to hear all about behind the scenes of the show, of course. But the goal of this interview is to help YOU be a winner, too. By taking away ideas and inspiration you can apply to your business. So, let's meet Adam, the winner from Season 3's “Making It” show hosted by Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman. Adam is an industrial designer and creative director from Lake Tahoe. Growing up, the mountains were his playground, influencing his stewardship of the planet and resourcefulness of craft. With recycled and retired materials, Adam is a modern-day MacGyver, using design thinking to create simple, intuitive solutions. Outside of work, Adam loves to write stories, direct short films, and explore the Sierras. Adam believes we're all just kids at heart and imagination is our finest resource. His dream is to be a Disney Imagineer and someday a design professor.   BUSINESS BUILDING INSIGHTS Enjoy the process. Do things because http://giftbizunwrapped.com/episodes/marlena (you love it), regardless of the outcome. Good design does not only satisfy function, it also makes you feel things. There has to be an element of surprise. There also has to be something emotive and there has to be a story. Believe in yourself. There's no reason success can't come to anyone - including you. Believe in yourself enough to take the action and see what could happen. Do not get in the way of your own opportunity. Ideas in your head are invitations, they're opportunities to create. Share ideas you have because somebody might resonate with it Creative Insights From The Master Maker Everybody thinks so uniquely. Don't dismiss your first idea. It's often just waiting to come out. Write down everything you know to discover what you don't. Start with what you know.  You don't need to know every single detail to take that first step. Trust your gut. If you have http://giftbizunwrapped.com/episodes/mayaliberman (an idea you love), go for it! We know what we love and that exists in our http://giftbizunwrapped.com/episodes/lanahorton (memories). So how can you pull from your memories to create something special? Follow your vision even if you don't know how the end result will look. Develop your "Brain Rolodex." All the things you are inspired by and the ideas you have are all in your Brain Rolodex. Get used to looking back to see if something you thought of will work with your current project. Start with the emotion and then work backward. Simple can be more than enough. Being you is enough. Resources Mentioned https://www.facebook.com/groups/GiftBizBreeze (Join the Facebook group to add your listing to The Buzz Book (free)) Adam's Contact Links http://adamkingman.com/ (Website) | https://www.instagram.com/adamkingman/ (Instagram) | https://www.youtube.com/c/AdamKingman (YouTube) Join Our FREE Gift Biz Breeze Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/GiftBizBreeze (Become a Member of Gift Biz Breeze) If you found value in this podcast, make sure to subscribe so you automatically get the next episode downloaded for your convenience. Click on your preferred platform below to get started. Also, if you'd like to do me a huge favor - please leave a review. It helps other creators like you find the show and build their businesses too. You can do so right here: https://ratethispodcast.com/giftbizunwrapped (Rate This Podcast) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gift-biz-unwrapped/id986323267 (Apple Podcasts) | https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5naWZ0Yml6dW53cmFwcGVkLmNvbS9mZWVkL3BvZGNhc3Q=&inf_contact_key=f00b9b282a6156da6dc2e642eb167c2f680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1 (Google Podcasts) | https://open.spotify.com/show/380HmeoVquMHRzOepaoF0s (Spotify) Thank you so much! Sue Know someone who

High Performing Practice
Paul Kingman

High Performing Practice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 22:34


We are pleased to announce another valuable source for Practice Management ideas and content. Paul Kingsman, National Director of Practice Management at Ash Brokerage, joins me to discuss his new resource, The Distraction Proof Advisor Podcast. We talk about some Practice Management concepts on the show as well as what advisors can expect from his show. It launches next month so join me for a sneak peek at the podcast. 

The Thriving Farmer Podcast
142. Andrea McAdow on Marketing, Flower Production, and Success with CSA

The Thriving Farmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 33:28


Today we're chatting with Andrea McAdow, owner of Rosebird Farms located in Kingman, Arizona. Nestled in the Cerbat Mountains on just over 2 acres, Rosebird is a certified naturally grown farm growing over 20 varieties of produce any given season. They use high density planting with a focus on soil health in order to get the most out of the land. Andrea came into farming after starting her career in civil engineering and construction management. She felt she needed to give back to the Earth and the community, which led her to the farm life! Hear the tale of a drastic yet dedicated and passionate (and of course, thriving) career shift on today's episode!   You'll hear: Why Andrea shifted from civil engineering to farming 1:23 How Rosebird Farms got customers at the beginning 4:17 How they advertise 6:17 How Rosebird handles their flower production 9:50 How they sell their flowers 18:26 How Andrea handles the CSA 22:41 How Andrea communicates with other farmers regarding business prospects 26:12 How their products are priced 28:44 What lessons Andrea learned along the way to becoming a thriving farmer 29:25 Andrea's advice for those looking to get started on the farming journey 31:51About the guest:Andrea McAdow is the owner of Rosebird Farms, a certified naturally grown farm located on 2 acres in the high desert of Northwestern AZ. After starting her career in civil engineering and construction management, Andrea began farming to explore her passion for working with nature and serving her community. Rosebird Farms grows produce and cut flowers for their CSA and year-round farm stand. They also work with other regional farmers and value-added producers to aggregate and distribute a full line of local products throughout Mohave county.   Resources: Website - https://www.rosebirdfarms.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/rosebirdfarms Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rosebirdfarms/   Harvest Hosts Resources:Harvest Hosts Facebook  Harvest Hosts Instagram  Become a Host Information We are Harvest Hosts, a platform that connects over 180,000 RVers to local businesses and attractions. Based on our recent survey, Harvest Hosts members spend an average of $50 per night at each Host Location they visit; well-established Hosts are reporting an average of $13,000 in additional annual revenue. Our model is a cost-free opportunity for hosts to share their offerings with our members by opening up space for an overnight stay. We simply tell our members about you and they schedule their visit in advance. In exchange for the overnight stay, Harvest Host members are encouraged to make a purchase of at least $20 at each host location they visit. We hope to see you as a new host location of ours soon. ​If you have additional questions, please contact our Account Executive, JD at jd@harvesthosts.com  ​Don't believe us? Hear more from a host!

Audiobook Test Drive
Arizona Red Ghost

Audiobook Test Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 11:44


ONE OF THE MORE BIZARRE TALES OUT OF THE OLD WEST Arizona Red Ghost is based on a true story reported in 1883 by the Mohave County Miner, a weekly newspaper of Kingman, Arizona. Joe Crane runs a freight business using camels to carry goods through the brutal Arizona desert. He is attacked by three vicious outlaws looking for a gold shipment. When they find nothing, they play the cruel trick of tying the seriously wounded Crane to one of the camels to die in the desert. They don't take into consideration the fact that his son, Joshua, and ex-slave partner, Moses, are soon on their trail … or the vindictiveness of camels.

All the Things That Keep Us Up at Night
75. Patreon Episode: Green-Clawed Beast of the Ohio River & Slaughterhouse Canyon in Arizona

All the Things That Keep Us Up at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 16:49


CW: This is a Patreon exclusive episode where I played with sound effects. The second story, urban legend or not, may be upsetting for some listeners. It does include sound effects of babies crying.Urban legends, are they real or are they stories simply passed down from generation to generation? Who's to know for sure?One episode will make you think twice about swimming in a river and one challenges you to go to Kingman, Arizona…if you dare.Thank you to my sponsors, Smartass and Sass!Go to www.smartassandsass.com and get your snarky, fun subscription box valued at $90 or more! These boxes start as low as $34.95 and with my code TRUECRIME10 you will get a discount!Podcast Promo: Unforbidden TruthLINKSWebsite: https://reverietruecrime.wixsite.com/podcastPatreon: https://www.Patreon.com/ReverieTrueCrime Merch: https://reverie-true-crime-podcast.creator-spring.com Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/ReverieTrueCrime Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/ReverieTrueCrimeTwitter: https://www.Twitter.com/ReverieCrimePodTumblr: https://reverietruecrime.tumblr.com/Contact: ReverieTrueCrime@gmail.comSOURCES:http://thedemoniacal.blogspot.com/2014/05/green-clawed-beastohio-river-monster.html https://wgrd.com/green-clawed-beast/https://obscurban-legend.fandom.com/wiki/Green_Clawed_Beasthttps://wkdq.com/an-evansville-legend-the-attack-of-the-green-clawed-monster-at-dogtown/https://www.cryptopia.us/site/2009/12/green-clawed-beast-usa/https://anomalien.com/the-green-clawed-beast-in-the-ohio-river/https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2155792157644/the-green-clawed-beast-is-an-unknown-creature-patrolling-the-ohio-river-at-evansville-indianahttps://www.werewoofs.com/monster-stories/green-clawed-beast/https://103gbfrocks.com/underbelly-of-evansville-the-ohio-river-monster-nsfw/https://www.dailyadvent.com/news/c73297f2ff43a11c9598d400d836502f-The-Green-Clawed-Beast-Is-an-Unknown-Creature-Patrolling-the-Ohio-River-at-Evansville-Indianahttps://aminoapps.com/c/urban-legends-cryptids/page/blog/the-green-clawed-beast-of-indiana/ZDL5_B3tBu0m3WbE6oVmZbl7vW5G572a2Jhttp://demonhunterscompendium.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-green-clawed-beast-of-evansville.html https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/arizona/slaughterhouse-canyon-az/ https://aminoapps.com/c/urban-legends-cryptids/page/blog/the-ghosts-of-slaughterhouse-canyon-arizona/25PB_ErINurZdvRqKqGd8mnPJXpjqjJJv4https://medium.com/@juleana/slaughterhouse-canyon-acdaee28cd0bhttps://scarycarries.com/2019/07/03/slaughterhouse-canyon-kingman-az/https://johnstonjourneys.weebly.com/blog/slaughterhouse-canyon-and-the-abandoned-gold-king-mansionhttps://kdminer.com/news/2017/oct/31/legend-slaughterhouse-canyon/https://www.azhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/luanas-canyonslaughterhouse-canyon.htmlhttps://www.quotev.com/story/11953205/Urban-Legends-Around-The-World-United-States-Edition/3 http://www.echoesofthesouthwest.com/2018/08/luanas-canyonslaughterhouse-canyon.html

Action Filmmaking Decoded- The Story of Action Films
AFD News: John Wick 4 Cast, Shang Chi Trailer, & Kingsman Breakdown

Action Filmmaking Decoded- The Story of Action Films

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 39:23


Welcome to AFD News, the new series from Action Filmmaking Decoded. Today's news includes casting announcements for John Wick 4, a trailer for Marvel's Shang Chi, the new action series 'Take Out' from Randall Park and Lana Condor, early Suicide Squad release performance, Snake Eyes shaky cam, Ghost Busters trailer, Paper Tigers doing great on iTunes, and a new video from Ameridote's Master Ken. We also do an in-depth discussion of the crazy church fight scene from 2014's Kingman. Colin Firth plays Agent Galahad, a British gentleman spy. When the bad guys activate their violence-inducing device, Galahad fights his way through a stable of not-so-likeable church folk, making for an over-the-top and very fun sequence. - Edited by Luigi Hernandez If you enjoyed this episode, you can support us at Patreon.com/actionfilmmaking. Subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or the podcast app of your choice. Find us at actiondecoded.com or on Instagram at @actionfilmmakingpodcast Until next time, thanks for listening. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/action-filmmaking-decoded/support

Out of Bounds Podcast
The Pursuit – E22 – Adam Kingman

Out of Bounds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 75:31


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Out of Bounds podcast
The Pursuit – E22 – Adam Kingman

Out of Bounds podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 75:31


Adam Kingman is an industrial designer who focuses on sustainability. Working with brands from Yeti to Miir and most recently starring on NBC's “Making It” Season 3. Enjoy! The post The Pursuit – E22 – Adam Kingman appeared first on Out of Bounds Podcast.

Greg's Garage Pod w/Co-Host Jason Pridmore
Ep135 - MotoAmerica heads to Brainerd, WorldSBK Assen, Pro Moto Washington, and more!

Greg's Garage Pod w/Co-Host Jason Pridmore

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 96:09


Greg's Garage Pod with Co-Host Jason Pridmore p/b ARAI - A motorcycle racing Pod about MotoGP, MotoAmerica, and World Superbike, Pro Motocross, American Flat Track, Supercross, and more. If you'd like to support the channel here is our Patreon link: https://www.patreon.com/gregsgaragetv In this episode, Co-Hosts Greg White and Jason Pridmore talk:  MotoAmerica - Round 6 of the Championship happens this weekend, what do the boys think about the 14-year return to MN?  WorldSBK - Assen happened. The boys talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly.   Pro Motocross - Results from Washougal, WA. Another new winner in the outdoor Championship. Race Calendar/Next Week - MotoAmerica Brainerd, MN, NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycles in Pomona, CA, AMA East Hare Scrambles in Millville, NJ, IRC Motoclimb Super Series in Yoncalla, OR, and Mototrials is in Kingman, AZ, plus on the world scene, World Speedway is in Poland for two nights… and BSB is in Thruxton. Bye, Bye 

HVAC_REFER_GUY
An awesome podcast with Bob Boze Bell.

HVAC_REFER_GUY

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 57:54


I had a great time talking with Bob about his time growing up in Kingman, AZ. We discuss his career, his father and grandmother. We even learn about how he got his middle name and how he purchased True West Magazine.

Steve and Ted in the Morning
Storms dropped heavy rain in the Cheney area

Steve and Ted in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 18:32


A storm triggered a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Kingman and Sedgwick Counties Thursday evening, moving very slowly and dropping lots of rain.  Ted checks in with KSN Meteorologist Warren Sears to check our weekend forecast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside the Bunghole...A Journey through Wine
The Wild, Wild West! Wine in Kingman, AZ, you say? Stetson says, YES!

Inside the Bunghole...A Journey through Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 38:12


Kingman, AZ...one thinks of the wild west, cowboys and indians, historic Route 66, certainly not lush vineyards, a beautiful event venue AND great wines.  Well let us introduce you to Stetson Winery!  A beautiful vineyard nestled in the high desert valley surrounded by mountains.  Magnificent views, stunning sunsets and a great Italian style wines...the things dreams, AND dream weddings are made of!Don and Jo Stetson are gracious hosts and wildly creative entrepreneurs, with the trailblazing spirit to catapult a new wine region in an area that very few knew had great soil for viticulture...in 2012 there were literally a couple of wineries in Kingman.  Now in 2021, the area is getting noticed more and more by serious oenophiles.  With the soil composition and climate very similar to their neighbor to the west, the world renowned California wine regions, we think this area is an up and coming and a wine region to watch!  And Stetson Winery are some damn good wines to taste!

Local First: Stories from Arizona's Small Business Community
Meet Jason Marino, Imagine Photography

Local First: Stories from Arizona's Small Business Community

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 23:51


Jason Marino has traveled the world capturing moments from weddings to corporate events through his photography business. Before settling in Kingman, Arizona he was flown to Guyana and other parts of the world. Hear about his passion for delivering high-quality experiences and products to everyone he works with.

Cowboy Sh*t
Episode 93 - Allan Jordan

Cowboy Sh*t

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 99:59


For the week of June 16th, 2021, Episode 15 of Season 4, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson bring in a special co-host from the first Judgecast, Episode 54, Jordan "Bear" Lightbown. The crew talks to a PRCA Pro Official with over 20 years as a Wrangler NFR judge, a man who rode Oscar three times only got a score twice and has judged all but seven PBR World Finals, from Kingman, Arizona it's Allan Jordan.   Video >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jf5OTcOTlX8   For more episodes of COWBOY SH*T™️ and merchandise, visit CowboyShit.ca   Follow COWBOY SH*T™️, Ted and Wacey using the links below: http://Facebook.com/CowboySh.t http://Instagram.com/CowboyShitOfficial http://Instagram.com/WaceyAnderson http://Instagram.com/TedStovin http://Twitter.com/CowboySh_t http://Twitter.com/TedStovin http://Twitter.com/WaceyAnderson

The Sound Off Podcast
Skye Pillsbury: Podcast Purist

The Sound Off Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 53:43


Long before I even knew that Skye was friends with my super close cousin Kingman, I wanted to have her on the show. She was a guest with Sound Off Alum Jim Harold shortly after we all convened on Orlando for Podcast Movement int the before times of 2019. Somehow, I failed to meet Skye. I later received an intro through Kingman to connect and that was more than enough of a sign to do this episode.In this episode, you will hear about Skye's podcast journey which goes all the way back to Bay area radio in 1982 when the music scene exploded and stations like KQAK FM 99 would emit eclectic sounds in an MTV era. Skye as reminisces about listening to the radio in the car and hearing the production value that went into NPR programming. It wasn't until 2015 when she connected to audio through podcast; shows like Serial and Gimlet productions had her, and many Americans... hooked. You'll hear about her time in college, through Silicon Valley, her time as a publicist, and her podcast experiences on all sides of the microphone.Skye currently writes a newsletter for Hot Pod which you can subscribe to here.There is so much more about this episode on our website.Thanks also to the people who make this show possible every week including:PromosuiteJustin Dove at Core Image StudiosMegatrax

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
XZRS: Nick Redfern - The Kingman Affair - A Strange Tale of a Crashed UFO and a Dead Alien

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2021 46:21


For Your Listening Pleasure for these Lockdown / Stay-At-Home COVID and Variants Times - For all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other!That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv

Coffee with Samso
Drill Success Opens up 1.8km Long Target - Kingman Project

Coffee with Samso

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 14:14


Rooster Talk 35 with Michael Bohm, Chairman of Riedel Resources Limited (ASX:RIE) is all about extending the potential of their exploration reach.   The current announcement that was released on the 19th April 2021, is a clear sign that the mineralisation in the Kingman project is not localised. As the company described, this is showing that the 1.8km anomaly exist and exciting times are to come.   When Michael Bohm, Chairman of Riedel Resources Limited (ASX:RIE) approached me to make the first Coffee with Samso, I was very impressed with what I saw from their previous exploration.   With the current exploration results, I am convinced that with careful management of exploration funds, the is a mineralising system here to be discovered.   Since the previous chat with Michael Bohm on Kingman and New World Resources Limited (ASX: NWC) about the Antler Project, I am now fairly bullish on this region. Both projects have great results and the polymetallic nature is encouraging.   In this Rooster Talk with Michael Bohm, the Chairman of Riedel Resources Limited (ASX:RIE) talks to us about the recent drilling results from the Kingman Project.   Michael shares with us that this is a mineralising environment with historical results and adjacent projects that have been mine historically.

Racing Post
Scottish Grand National Preview | ITV Racing Tips | Racing Postcast

Racing Post

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 38:02


Bruce Millington is joined by David Jennings, Keith Melrose and Paddy Power’s Graham Temple for a look ahead to the weekend’s action, including the Scottish Grand National at Ayr. The team start proceedings however with a look to Sunday’s card at Newbury where we are treated to several Group races, one being the Group 3 Greenham Stakes which has been previously won by the likes of Frankel, Kingman and Barney Roy to name a few. Which one of these three-year-olds will follow in their footsteps? The Scotty Brand Handicap Chase is the opening contest at Ayr on Sunday and the panel all agree on one runner here for an in-form stable. Allmankind is also set for a return to the track having finished 13 lengths behind an impressive Shishkin at the Cheltenham Festival last month. Prior to that, he racked up a hat-trick of consecutive wins, but what do the panel make of his chances here? The feature race at Ayr on Sunday is the Scottish Grand National, where over 20 runners are set to go to post. Bruce, DJ, Keith and Graham dissect the race giving their insight and best bets for the four-mile contest. 

The Common Sense Show
THE CROOKED COMMUNISTS RUNNING KINGMAN ARIZONA-BRIDGET LANGSTON

The Common Sense Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 51:03


Cartoon Casual
Cartoon Casual Ep. 217 Paul and Joe and Pete from Shady Grove Records

Cartoon Casual

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 113:36


Pete Jaramillo is a Kingman native who has opened what this town has needed for many years: A RECORD SHOP.  Pete has a love for music that he has turned into a powerhouse of music related accoutrements right on Route 66. Music: Jerry Garcia and David Grisman - Shady Grove Exec. Produced by Cyrus Poe

I Need (Travel) Therapy
Next Stop: Travel Therapy in Arizona - Lindsey Moore, PT, DPT

I Need (Travel) Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 36:57


We DiscussAn introduction to Lindsey and her PT background (00:49);What drew Lindsey to work in Arizona (06:06);The culture and community in Arizona (09:54); Typical Arizona weather (12:42);Finding housing in Arizona (16:00);Arizona packing essentials (21:17);Meeting new people in Arizona (23:07);Can’t miss Arizona activities and sights (26:03);Popular Arizona cuisine (32:56);Parting advice for potential Arizona travelers (35:15); About Lindsey Moore PT, DPTLindsey is a travel PT from Cincinnati, Ohio, who is currently on her 6th assignment in Kingman, Arizona. She has also done assignments in Louisiana, Alabama, and California. She attended The University of Cincinnati for her undergraduate degree and Mount St. Joseph University for her DPT degree. Lindsey loves to travel, hike, and explore the outdoors every chance she gets. To follow Lindsey on her travel PT adventures, make sure to check out her profile on Instagram! About the ShowProduced by Jonathan Cary
Music and Editing by Aidan Dykes
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Imagineering My Way Podcast
Cool Springs, AZ [Flickr]

Imagineering My Way Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021


Greg Nutt posted a photo: If you're traveling on old Route 66 from Kingman, AZ to Oatman, AZ, make sure you stop at the Historic Cool Springs Camp. Its a great photo opportunity. Cool Springs is on the eastern slope of the Black Mountains. John Steinbeck included a comment on this particular stretch of road in his book, "The Grapes of Wrath". In his book, what was it Pa Joad said about this old road as he looked back at it from the safety of the Colorado River? Didn't he compare those mountains to the bones of a country? This was the Route 66 of the Grapes of Wrath and the Mother Road of Cool Springs. From the very earliest days, Cool Springs camp and service station was an important stop for motorists traveling Arizona's Route 66. Cool Springs was built in the mid-1920s and has been connected with Route 66 from the very start. The legacy of Cool Springs reflects the larger story of Route 66. The Mother Road gave it life. The hey-day of Route 66 was the hey-day of Cool Springs.

Imagineering My Way Podcast

Greg Nutt posted a photo: Hackberry, Arizona is a former mining town, it takes its name from the Hackberry Mine which was named for a hackberry tree in a nearby spring. Prospector Jim Music helped develop the Hackberry Silver Mine in 1875. Mining of various metals developed the town, sending it from boom to bust based on fluctuating commodity prices. Hackberry is an unincorporated community in Mohave County, Arizona. Hackberry is located on Arizona State Route 66 (former U.S. Route 66) 23 miles northeast of Kingman. Hackberry is a great place to stop and take photos, stretch, and have friendly conversation with the storekeeper.

Earth Ancients
Teresa Cross: Secrets of the Druids

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2021 105:27


A guide to the history and practices of the Druids and the Celtic faith• Reconstructs the Druidic faith from surviving remnants, parallels with other Indo-European traditions, and dedicated study of scholarly sources• Details magical rites and ceremonies, methods for consecrating an outdoor temple, and customs for celebrating important festivals such as Beltaine and Samhain• Discusses rules for firecraft, making offerings to deities and spirits, and the ancient Coligny calendar, including the names of the months in old GaulishDruids and their magic, lore, and rituals have fascinated all those who encounter them, from the ancient Greeks and Romans onward. Even today, the mere mention of their name evokes pictures of standing stones, mistletoe, golden sickles, white-robed priests, and powerful sorcerers. But were they really as we picture them?Drawing on comparative mythology and linguistics, archaeological evidence, and etymology, Teresa Cross offers readers a comprehensive course in the history and development of the Celtic spiritual tradition and its lore, reconstructing the Druidic faith from the remnants that have survived and dedicated study of scholarly sources. She also reveals parallels with other Indo-European traditions, such as the similarities between Celtic and Vedic Hindu beliefs and practices. She chronicles the ethics and spiritual teachings of Druidism and the Celtic faith and examines what happened to these beliefs during centuries of Christianization.Moving from history to practice, Cross details magical rites and ceremonies as practiced by modern-day followers of Druidactos. She explores the structure of the Touta, which roughly corresponds to “tribe,” methods for consecrating a nemeton, the outdoor temple that offers the optimum sacred space for the meeting of heaven and earth, and the rites and customs associated with important festivals such as Beltaine and Samhain. She also explores the rules of firecraft, the sacred art of giving to the cosmos, making offerings to deities and spirits, sacred food and beverages, and the ancient Coligny calendar, including the names of the months in old Gaulish.Offering an authentic handbook for starting your own Celtic group led by Druids, Cross reveals the meanings and metaphysics behind the Celtic and Druidic customs and traditions, reuniting the fragmentary remains of long-lost Druid culture with the still-living practices of the Celtic faith.Teresa Cross has been a Celtic scholar since 1982 and was a member of numerous Celtic cultural organizations, including the Scottish Society of Dallas, Southwest Celtic Music Association, Clan MacKenzie Society, and the Irish P.E.C. She is the author of The Truth about the Druids and a frequent contributor to The Independent Celt. She lives in Kingman, Arizona.

Radical Rocks
Turquoise & Geode discoveries & More!

Radical Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 28:30


Today we talk about several southwest turquoise mines including Kingman, Ithaca Peak, Blue Sky / Eagle. We talk about Garnet sand leading clues to a regenerative cycle of minerals. two awesome new geode discoveries a heart shape one for Valentine’s Day and one huge over 20 feet tall. Great fossil news as well baby megalodon new reptile in the Italian Alps and more. See us at radicalrocks.com Thanks for stopping by and remember rockhounds don’t die they petrify

RSN Racing Pulse
Peter O'Brien - selling the top Lot - a colt by European sire Kingman for $1.8 million

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2021 4:15


It was a special day for Segenhoe Stud yesterday, selling the top Lot – a colt by European sire Kingman for $1.8 million – as well as a colt by So You Think who fetched $800,000

My Favorite Haunting
53 - A Baseball Bat, Not A Flappy Bat

My Favorite Haunting

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 56:08


Frontier Field in Rochester, NY (GO WINGS!) and Lee Williams High School (GO VOLUNTEERS!) in Kingman, AZ.Ghosts start at 2:10.Rate, review, subscribe and follow us on social media!Twitter and IG: @myfavhaunting Find us on Facebook by My Favorite Haunting

Kingya Speaks
An Interview with Mama IMAHKÜS

Kingya Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2020 69:46


Be sure to tune in to this amazing episode. It is with great appreciation and humbleness that I introduce our special and most honored guest. Seestah IMAHKÜS first visited Ghana in 1987 and repatriated from New York City in 1990, with her husband, Nana Okofo Iture Kwaku I Ababio, a retired New York City Firefighter and Asafohen of the village of Iture. Unfortunately, her Kingman & best friend was killed by a hit and run driver in Accra on 3 July 2007. She is the CEO and owner of a beautiful Health Resort, Restaurant and Wellness Centre, including a Tour Service located in Iture – Elmina; conceived by her and Nana. One Africa was recognized by the Ghana Tourist Board as one of Ghana’s leading Guest Houses and Tour operation services. Additionally, Seestah IMAHKÜS also created and is the Curator of the One Africa Walls of Remembrance Museum, covering the factual history of Continental and Diaspora born Africans. Web Site: www.oneafricahealthresort.com Facebook: imahkusnjingaokofu, One Africa Resort YouTube: oneafricaghana --- 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/kingya/message

Institute for Government
Why is civil service reform so hard? Sir John Kingman in conversation with Bronwen Maddox

Institute for Government

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 60:59


The Institute for Government was delighted to welcome Sir John Kingman to share his thoughts on the need for reform in the civil service and how to do it. He was in conversation with Bronwen Maddox, Director of the Institute for Government. Sir John Kingman has been the Chairman of UKRI (UK Research and Innovation) since 2016. He is a former Second Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury. He is also Chairman of Legal & General and Tesco Bank.

Where are they?
Where are they? Tyler Stice

Where are they?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2020 26:43


This episode covers the 2016 unsolved missing persons case of Tyler Stice, from Kingman, Arizona. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wherearetheypodcast/support

Small Town Murder
#197 - No Good Deed... in Golden Valley, Arizona

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2020 148:41


This week, in Golden Valley, Arizona, a very nice gesture leads to some not very nice murder.  Actually, it's vicious, nasty murders that make very little sense, and that's only the start. We can't say "why??" quite enough during this episode, as the brutality is just so out of proportion. And can a 14 year old girl really be part of a couple of adult's murder plan? This one will keep you head shaking, for a while! Along the way, we find out moonshine & chili are probably bad to eat & drink, with no bathrooms around, that you can absolutely be too nice, and that some people seem to have zero moral compass!!   Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman    New episodes every Thursday!    Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com    Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports!    Follow us on...    twitter.com/@murdersmall    facebook.com/smalltownpod    instagram.com/smalltownmurder    Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasting See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Exploring Tampa Florida... and Beyond
ETF #4 – Cross Country To Tampa, Part 2 – Kingman, Route 66, and on to the Grand Canyon

Exploring Tampa Florida... and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 54:32


In Part Two of our cross-country adventure, Sarah and I travel along Route 66, into The Grand Canyon and onward towards Roswell, New Mexico. Also discussed, the man who should have bought a lottery ticket, how I got lost and couldn’t find the Grand Canyon even though I was only steps away, elusive deer, men who hate Chipotle, men who hate the Grand Canyon, and the beautiful mood music of Paul Simon.

BLAME
The Fear All These Years | Chapter 6: Kingman

BLAME

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 19:32


It was the early morning of Jan. 27, 1984. A 25-pound rock slammed into Roy Williams, jolting him awake, cracking a rib and tearing open a gash in his head that would require 85 stitches. Just as fast, the shadowy figure that attacked him bolted, disappearing into the desert outside Kingman, Arizona. Only decades later would he learn that the man accused of attacking him had allegedly killed four people earlier that month in Colorado.Learn more at 9news.com/blameThis is a 9NEWS (KUSA) production9NEWS WebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagramGoogle+

HOPE CITY CHURCH
Behind The Mask | Hope City Church | Pastor Steve Lewandowski

HOPE CITY CHURCH

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2020


Welcome to Hope City Church! Thank you for joining us for CHURCH ONLINE! Today, P{astor Steve launches our new series, Behind the Mask! To access more information and Hope City Resources, click here: linktr.ee/hopecitykingman To support this ministry and impact the people of Kingman, Arizona and around the world, click here: https://hcgroups.churchcenter.com/giving Connect with us! […] The post Behind The Mask | Hope City Church | Pastor Steve Lewandowski appeared first on HOPE CITY CHURCH.

HOPE CITY CHURCH
5 Ways to Wreck Your Life | Hope City Church | Pastor Steve Lewandowski Part 5

HOPE CITY CHURCH

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2020


Welcome to Hope City Church! Thank you for joining us for CHURCH ONLINE! Today, P{astor Steve continues our series, FIVE STEPS TO WRECK YOUR LIFE! To access more information and Hope City Resources, click here: linktr.ee/hopecitykingman To support this ministry and impact the people of Kingman, Arizona and around the world, click here: https://hcgroups.churchcenter.com/giving Connect […] The post 5 Ways to Wreck Your Life | Hope City Church | Pastor Steve Lewandowski Part 5 appeared first on HOPE CITY CHURCH.

Everything Imaginable
Len Kasten - Nazis Worked with Reptilian Aliens to Control the Planet but Hitler got Out of Control...

Everything Imaginable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 87:07


Amazon Bookshttps://www.amazon.com/Len-Kasten/e/B003ZZ717WLen Kasten has a B.A. degree from Cornell University in Liberal Arts, and an M.F.A. degree from National University. He has been involved in UFO and ET related research for over thirty years, and is a former member of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) and the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). He has written over sixty published articles for Atlantis Rising Magazine in the U.S., and New Dawn Magazine in Australia/New Zealand, including ten cover stories. His first book, "The Secret History of Extraterrestrials". published by Inner Traditions-Bear & Company in November, 2010, was critically acclaimed, was reviewed in Cornell Alumni Magazine, and achieved rapid success. His second book, "Secret Journey to Planet Serpo", published in May, 2013, also by Bear & Company, has been on the publisher's top twenty list for more than two years. His newest book, "Alien World Order: The Reptilian Plan to Divide and Conquer the Human Race", published on February 25th, 2017, also by Bear & Company, has been greeted with wide interest, and has reached bestseller status in its first month. Len has been interviewed on more than forty radio shows, including four appearances on Coast-to-Coast with George Noory, and two on Fade to Black with Jimmy Church. He has lectured widely about the Serpo story in the Phoenix area, and has appeared as a speaker on that subject at the Kingman UFO Conference in Kingman, Arizona, MUFON in Phoenix, Arizona, and Orange County, California, the Alien Cosmic Expo in Brantford, Ontario, and the Awareness Life Expo in Sacramento, California and Cottonwood, Arizona. He has been interviewed on Gaia TV by Regina Meredith for her TV series "Open Minds", to discuss each of his last two books.

1988 Topps
Tommy Lasorda (#74)

1988 Topps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2020 38:10


The most famous manager in 1988, and the only one to visit a Kuzma family restaurant. Links: Card on Beckett Mental Floss article on Managers and Uniforms What's Your Opinion on Kingman's Performance? The Athletic article on Lasorda and Pranks! Phighting the Philly Phanatic Slimfast Ad Story of Tommy Lasorda Jr.

Route 66 Podcast
33. Jim Hinckley - Route 66 Author

Route 66 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2020 60:52


For more than three decades Jim Hinckley has been telling people where to go and sharing the adventure.  His passion for Route 66, the back roads of America and the automobiles he has shared through books, feature articles, blog posts, video, Facebook live programs, and presentations.   Published work includes nineteen books on topics as diverse as The Illustrated History of the Checker Cab Manufacturing Company,  Ghost Towns of Route 66, Travel Route 66, The Big Book of Car Culture, and The Route 66 Encyclopedia, and most recently Murder and Mayhem on Route 66.    Join host Anthony Arno as he talks with Jim about his extensive book writing career featuring Route 66, and Jim gives personal feedback from some of his most favorite places along Route, his work in his home community of Kingman, AZ, and his early encounter with Jay Leno.

Preacher Boys Podcast
“No Room for Discussion” | Carl Stine

Preacher Boys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2020 47:24


As the Youth Pastor at Journey Church (https://open.acast.com/shows/5e123e2b355ab8560d61f99c/episodes/Journey%20Church) , Carl Stine seeks to make disciples of young people, and in turn help them reach others with the Jesus' love. He longs for young people to understand their identity in Christ, and have the confidence to live out their faith. He believes in building disciples through relationships. Carl accepted Christ at an early age, and God has given him a passion to share Christ with others. Carl pursued a degree in Church Ministries from West Coast Baptist College, and has since obtained a Bachelor's of Science in Social Work from Liberty University. He has served as a Youth Leader and Children's Program Leader. God has allowed him to work with the youth of Kingman for the last nine years through a local behavioral health clinic. Carl and his incredible wife, Mindi, have been married for 12 years, and have four wonderful children. Carl enjoys reading, sports, and spending time with his family. Find more stories regarding the IFB movement by visiting: – preacherboysdoc.com – https://www.facebook.com/preacherboys... (https://www.youtube.com/redirect?v=qmqMy7r04bw&redir_token=Ya7Sz4KmHZ44BUaiSVzWGdRZf1F8MTU5MTY2NzY0OUAxNTkxNTgxMjQ5&event=video_description&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fpreacherboysdoc%2F) –  https://twitter.com/preacherboysdoc (https://www.youtube.com/redirect?v=qmqMy7r04bw&redir_token=Ya7Sz4KmHZ44BUaiSVzWGdRZf1F8MTU5MTY2NzY0OUAxNTkxNTgxMjQ5&event=video_description&q=https%3A%2F%2Ftwitter.com%2Fpreacherboysdoc) –  https://www.instagram.com/preacherboy... (https://www.youtube.com/redirect?v=qmqMy7r04bw&redir_token=Ya7Sz4KmHZ44BUaiSVzWGdRZf1F8MTU5MTY2NzY0OUAxNTkxNTgxMjQ5&event=video_description&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.instagram.com%2Fpreacherboysdoc%2F) To connect with a community who share the Preacher Boys Podcast mission to expose abuse in the IFB, join the OFFICIAL Preacher Boys Facebook Group: – https://www.facebook.com/groups/14038... (https://www.youtube.com/redirect?v=qmqMy7r04bw&redir_token=Ya7Sz4KmHZ44BUaiSVzWGdRZf1F8MTU5MTY2NzY0OUAxNTkxNTgxMjQ5&event=video_description&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fgroups%2F1403898676438188%2F) Support the Show: –  https://www.patreon.com/preacherboys (https://www.youtube.com/redirect?v=qmqMy7r04bw&redir_token=Ya7Sz4KmHZ44BUaiSVzWGdRZf1F8MTU5MTY2NzY0OUAxNTkxNTgxMjQ5&event=video_description&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.patreon.com%2Fpreacherboys)

StockWave
Kingman Minerals Ltd. (TSX.V: KGS) Positioned to Profit from Renewed Value of Gold

StockWave

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2020


In times of financial crisis, there’s no safer investment than gold.

The Trail Less Traveled
Racism in America with retired LAPD Vice & Pro Baseball Player, Tommy Cummins.

The Trail Less Traveled

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2020 43:37


Tommy Cummins was born in 1944 and grew up in the south. He was shot twice during the Civil Rights and went on to work as a security guard for Ronald Reagan. Tommy has been through a lot in his life, in this interview he talks about his experiences with racism while playing pro baseball for the Pirates in addition to the racism he experienced as an undercover officer with the LAPD. Tommy's son, Chase, also joins the conversation and speaks with his father about the racism he experiences daily. The matter is lightened up occasionally with a few stories including his love for restoring classic cars and the time Tommy saved a young Michael Jackson from drowning in his swimming pool. Tommy lives in Kingman, Arizona and manages to keep laughing and fighting for civil rights on a daily basis. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Political Life
A Preview of Privacy Legislation Post-COVID-19

The Political Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2020 32:56


Andrew Kingman is a Senior Managing Attorney at DLA Piper, and General Counsel at the State Privacy & Security Coalition.  Kingman  counsels his clients on state privacy and cybersecurity laws, regulations, and compliance. As General Counsel to the State Privacy & Security Coalition, he represents leading technology, media, and retail companies as a legislative strategist and advocate on cybersecurity and privacy issues at the forefront of the policy arena in all 50 states. Andrew got his start in politics working in the Massachusetts state legislature, and on a statewide campaign. He then did a stint at Stateside Associates before heading to Suffolk University Law School.  After law school, Andrew practiced law at Goodwin Procter LLP, and then moved on to AT&T as a Regional Director for Government Affairs. Help us grow! Leave us a rating and review - it's the best way to bring new listeners to the show. Don't forget to subscribe! Have a suggestion, or want to chat with Jim? Email him at Jim@ThePoliticalLife.net  Follow The Political Life on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter for weekly updates.

I’m Not That Old, Lady
Marva from Kingman, AZ the little sister I always wanted.

I’m Not That Old, Lady

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2020 43:47


Meeting my second cohost Marva who I have know since the fifth grade and I can’t imagine living in this world without her. --- 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/theresa-sayers/message

Before the Clouds (Business, entrepreneurship, hustle, influencers, career advice, marketing, jobs
Ryan Kingman: Co-founder Stance, Partner at Studio Remains & VP Partnerships at Igloo

Before the Clouds (Business, entrepreneurship, hustle, influencers, career advice, marketing, jobs

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2020 50:54


Entrepreneurial brand founder and marketing executive recognized for his ability to visualize untapped opportunities in a multitude of unique platforms with proven firsthand knowledge of how to specifically engage both the youth and creative classes. Merging sports, music and art cultures into an effective programming and content mix that brings to life creative, marketing and partnership ideas, Ryan’s contributions have forever changed the game for prestigious brands, consumers and retailers alike, fueling phenomenal sales growth while reinventing entire brand categories in the process. To stay connected with your host, follow @thomas.ma7 on Instagram

Reframe Success for Photographers
Running a Successful Studio in a Small Market with Jason Marino

Reframe Success for Photographers

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2020 35:40


Have you ever thought to yourself that there is absolutely no way you could command high prices when you live in a small town? Do you feel like your market is just too small for you to be wildly successful? THINK AGAIN. Jason Marino, along with his wife & business partner Joanne, run the highly sought-after Imagine Photo in Kingman, Arizona. They are wildly successful, even being the most expensive in their market. Jason also shares his tips on how they do In-Person Sales minutes after a session, and the part that Fundy plays in the process. It's amazing - be sure to get pen & paper so you can take notes!Would you like to support Reframe Success and be a member of the Photographer's Inner Circle? Learn more and join us for additional training from Christine Tremoulet & select show guests, along with other special perks available only to show supporters!For the full show notes, including the transcript, visit ReframeSuccess.comThe Imagine Photo photography website can be found at ImaginePhotoAZ.comYou can find Jason on Instagram at @imaginephotoaz and at @thejasonmarinoSupport the show (https://christinetremoulet.com/photographers-inner-circle)

SONGMESS
Ep. 181 - Mateo Kingman

SONGMESS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2020 73:26


En este episodio muy especial de Songmess nos acompaña el rapero Ecuatoriano Mateo Kingman, con quien platicamos acerca de crecer en el Amazonas, su contrastante transición a Quito y su introducción al mundo musical y artístico. El segundo y más reciente disco de Kingman, Astro, vió la luz a mediados del 2019, y esta conversación nos adentra a las colaboraciones y meditaciones espirituales que llevaron a su desarrollo. Playlist: Mateo Kingman, James Blake, Arca, Tom Veloso, Helado Negro, EVHA y Los Hermanos Benitez Valencia. Mateo Kingman Bandcamp: mateokingman.bandcamp.com/ Mateo Kingman Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/223se9o87…a6T82xpTq9c9l31g Mateo Kingman Facebook: www.facebook.com/mateokingmanoficial/ Mateo Kingman Twitter: twitter.com/mateokingman?lang=en Richard Villegas Instagram: www.instagram.com/rixinyc/?hl=en Songmess Instagram: www.instagram.com/songmess/?hl=es-la Songmess Facebook: www.facebook.com/songmess/?ref=settings Songmss Twitter: twitter.com/songmessmusic Songmess Merch: songmess.threadless.com/ #BOPS Playlist: open.spotify.com/playlist/2sdavi0…n3Q4-DfjASONpnyA Subscribe to Songmess on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play or SoundCloud, find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and contact us at songmessmusic@gmail.com.