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Find out what day after November 18 brings to Rogers City Residents. Learn how Rogers City's People are used to getting local news versus having news reporters coming in from all across the nation. Learn what challenges Rogers City faces regarding lodging. Discover what news began to unravel come mid morning October 19. Find out how many children got impacted by the Bradley's sinking. Learn how and where deceased Bradley Crewmen were spotted along Lake Michigan's Waters. Learn who Warren Toussaint is including his duties on Sundew. Find out exactly how many deceased Bradley Crewmen were pulled out of the water by Sundew Crew including privacy protection protocol. Learn whether Frank Mays & Elmer Fleming meet with news reporters while in hospital. Discover how many of the 33 Crewmen's Bodies had been recovered. Find out what Rogers City's abilities are behind handling funerals on mass scale. Find out what the Bradley's sinking will require. Learn whether or not Bradley's sinking was the costliest of all shipwrecks in Great Lakes History. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/support
Welcome to The Opinionated Bruhtha, After Dark! WARNING: THIS IS FOR GROWN FOLKS ONLY.On this episode (113) of the #TOBAfterDark, Ty talks Taleah Lowe, an 18-year old GVSU student who was found died in Lake Michigan with a lot of red flags buzzing off and Ty sounds off on it, he talks Ben Simmons and his possibly career- ending antics, a 55 year old man marries his 18-year old god-daughter, Facebook is changing its name, Sydney Starr and Darius McCaray may be more than ‘friends' and of course talkin sh***.Shop Merch Now! 10% OFF | Promo | THCNETWORK https://www.thethcnetwork.storeFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tob__podcast/Follow the Podcast Network:www.instagram.com/thethcnetwork_www.twitter.com/thethcnetwork_Follow Ty on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tythepodguySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/THCNetwork)
Newski broadcasts from Lake Michigan in Wisconsin, where his best friend Scotty does one more episode before moving to Portland. The two cover the non-glorious side of van life, couch-surfing, why isolation is addicting, and what percent of "supplements" are just placebo?
Do you love raptors? Have you ever wanted to work directly with raptors? Do you know what is involved with rehabbing raptors? Well if you want answers to these questions listen to this week's episode (just press play above!) with Kaitlyn Bohnet theo-founder and executive director of North Sky Raptor Sanctuary. We did a live show near the shores of Lake Michigan to celebrate this 100th episode of BeProvided Conservation Radio!! Below you will find photos of the event along with photographs of Vega, the red-tailed hawk and Sprocket, the northern saw-whet owl. Do you love raptors? Have you ever wanted to work directly with raptors? Do you know what is involved with rehabbing raptors?Well, if you want answers to these questions, listen to this week's episode with Kaitlyn Bohnet: Executive Director and Co-founder of North Sky Raptor Sanctuary. We did a live show near the shores of Lake Michigan to celebrate this 100th episode with North Sky Raptor Sanctuary and my family and close friends. Enjoy the show and thank you for listening!
EPISODE 96! PARANORMAL WEEK! GHOST CAPTAIN, THE RIGHT STUFF AND A HAUNTED LIGHTHOUSE ! Mel tells us all about the haunted Seul Choix Lighthouse on Lake Michigan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gothandbougiepodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gothandbougiepodcast/support
Learn about Ray Brunette and why his role is essential. Discover if Northern Lake Michigan is home to multiple islands. Learn whereabouts in Michigan has closest U.S. Coast Guard Station in relation to where the Bradley is sinking. Find out what certain crewmen of John G. Munson have in common with Carl D Bradley. Learn exactly firsthand what Captain Paul Mueller & 2nd Mate Jergen Schwand of the Christian Sartori, 256 Foot German Freighter, witnessed with their binoculars. Find out just how long it took for the Bradley to break apart after first loud sound was initially heard. Learn what tactics Captain Roland Bryan issued in the Bradley's final minutes. Discover what element can't be controlled by Bradley Crewmen. Learn about all details surrounding the Bradley's final minutes including the exact time she officially sank to Lake Michigan's Bottom. Discover exactly just how many crewmen made it on to a raft and what would become their guiding force for ultimate survival on North America's 2nd Largest Body of Water aka Lake Michigan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/support
Understand how 2 Weather System Patterns were formed including what Chicago Forecast Center predicted day after November 17, 1958. Learn about Lake Michigan's Trajectory & what it means for ships moving from one direction to another. Learn about what some of the Bradley Crewmen deal with internally while out on Great Lakes Waters. Find out what position titles of Conveyor Man, Stoker, Oiler, & First Mate entail. Learn whether majority of the Bradley Crew hail from Rogers City. Discover just how tight knit the Bradley Crewmen are. Discover how long Elmer Fleming & Frank Mays have worked for Bradley Transportation Company including their duties aboard the Carl D Bradley. Learn about the Keel & Pilot House and why they're each essential. Learn what year Bradley Transportation Company was founded including its Safety Record. Find out exactly what happens shortly after 5PM on evening of November 18, 1958 resulting in Bradley's Alarm Bell going off. Discover what Frank Mays & his roommate discover has happened to the Bradley once reaching higher ground. Learn what Captain Roland Bryan & Elmer Fleming witness firsthand from Pilot Houses Port Door. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/support
Mayor Tom's apology and mailbag segments return; Tom's first fundraiser for US Senate took place last night; update on the US Steel spill in Lake Michigan; the LOCPOD crew reacts to the news that Britney Spears is finally free and the nudes she immediately posted on Instagram.
Gabe takes an online class on how to get God Powers, Anna's passion for taking fish bro pics with immaterial concepts is the reason why they're still single, they both calculate the Angry Power per Bitch, and also fun fact!!! You can actually drive into Lake Michigan (please don't drive into lake michigan this is a joke podcast we make jokes here)!!! It's Bad!!! Find us on Twitter @badcursed, and if you want to send us some cursed audios, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll give them a listen! Be sure to give yourself a fancy title (and tell us your pronouns!) Bad!!! is part of the Common Unity Media podcast network! Many exciting things are happening, like a Patreon, a merch shop for your favorite shows, and special exciting bonus content! Head on over to commonunity.media to check it out and peruse the other wonderful shows on the network! If you want to see lists of audios and extra info about Bad!!! episodes, head over to our fan wiki, created and maintained by our lovely listeners! https://bad-cursed-podcast.fandom.com/wiki/Bad!!!_-_a_Cursed_Concepts_Podcast_Wiki
Episode 68 Lake Michigan Leviathan Written By Riley Clark with Jerm In this episode We are with out Trevor :( But we have our good friend Jerm in the What Goes Bump Studios! :) Join us around the campfire for a very special episode where Riley reads his creepypasta Lake Michigan Leviathan. Story is a about a Guy and his buddies who go on a shipwreck exploration and well not everything goes according to plane when this mythological beast shows up and takes things for a wild spin! We hope you enjoy and come back to listen to more stories like this one! Happy Birthday Riley!! Share this episode with your friends, family anyone who doesn't know about What Goes Bump In The Night!! Thank you again night crew for being the best community in the podcasting world! We appreciate you more then you will ever know! We have a Facebook group and we will posting in it regularly join here https://www.facebook.com/groups/wgbitnnightcrew Thank you Night Crew for all of your support! Shop What Goes Bump: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/what-goes-bump-in-the.../all... Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC93qmRrzjQRBUvfdGDm254w Please check out our U.K. Friends Pursuit of the Paranormal About them: Join Ash and Greg every Tuesday as they explore some of the more lesser known but fascinating unusual stories from the unknown world! With latest paranormal and UFO news, a look back at historical cases, and special guests joining us along the way, in our pursuit of the paranormal! Aliens, Conspiracy Theories, Paranormal, Famous Murders, Cryptozoology, Strange Occurrences, Monsters, UFOs, True Crime, Demons, Occult, Urban Legends www.pursuitoftheparanormal.co.uk @pursuitoftheparanorma
Tori leads off with the info of who bought the transaxle of Little Bastard and then actually tells the story of a haunted painting. Bill Stoneham's painting The Hands Resist Him came to be known as the most haunted painting on EBay. All of the paintings in this series all rock a very creepy vibe. ZB tried to get hold of this painting and failed but did commission Bill Stoneham to paint him another in the series. The Hands Invent Him has it's place in the Haunted Museum in Vegas now. Take our word on it, Google that shit. Krysti covers two of the ghost towns that are left in Indiana. Hindustan Falls is the first that she covers which is along the White River. This city was the victim of some sort of plague and the town was desolate by the 1950. Tremont is the next that she covers. This is in the Indiana Dunes State Park area up on the shores of Lake Michigan. This city has been replaced by a beach and a bathing pavilion. Ghost stories abound as we break into spooky season. The tale of the transparent toddler from the 1920s was a ghost story from brown county and then onto James Jenkins ghost story. Jenkins was one of Dillinger's boys and was one of friends from the inside that showed up to break Dillinger out of jail. Jenkins was apparently a bad dude and died badly as well. Tori wraps it up the Edna Collings Bridge in Putnam County and it's little girl ghost. Our Sources: vitag.es, sinisterisles.com, stonehamstudios.com, dailydot.com, goputnam.com, discoverputnam.com, maps.roadtrippers.com, indianaghostdetectives.blogspot.com, onlyinyourstate.com, Raregoldnuggets.com, orangebeanindiana.com, Wikipedia.com, exploresouthernindiana.blogspot.com, Atlasobscura.comOur theme music: “Danse Macabre - Busy Strings" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/trendylobotomypodcast?fan_landing=true)
After some well-deserved build-up, the Ryder Cup has come and gone and the United States laid a whooping on the Euros at Whistling Straights. In this episode, our host's break down what happened on the coast of Lake Michigan and what it could mean going forward - did we mention Bryson hit a wedge into a par 5?! Ryan and Mike also discuss wedge experimentation based on last week's conversation with Marty Jertson from Ping, and last but not least open it up to listener Q&A to talk about favorite clubs and the do's and don'ts of tipping shafts.You can find our hosts on Instagram at:Ryan - RBSBarathMike - MIKETXG
Tom discusses hearing the n-word from someone recently and his reaction to it; who was knocking at Tom's door so early in the morning recently; Tom's boxing glove campaign logo is ripped off by a councilman downstate; Tom shares some good and bad reactions from close acquaintances about his decision to run for US Senate; the LOCPOD crew reacts to the news of a U.S. Steel spill in Lake Michigan.
In today's episode, Pat O battles Ben Gravy in 16' Lake Michigan surf, Kamalei Alexander battles billionaire e-foilers, and Ian Cairns battles Lucy Small over gender equity. Plus Barrel or Nah?! Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
South Carolina's path to a bowl game is significantly easier if the Gamecocks move to 3-1 with a win over Kentucky Saturday night. The guys chat with David Cloninger of the Post and Courier about the game, fixing the running game and the offensive line, the recruiting weekend, the baseball team and women's basketball. David Shelton follows with some additional recruiting thoughts on the visitors expected to be at Williams-Brice Stadium and a full high school preview. Scott Glaze joins the show to preview the Ryder Cup, the historically strong Team USA and what to expect from the shores of Lake Michigan. Plus: Dabo vs Doeren storyline for Clemson's game, our Post Up Career week four resume and more
Lake Bluff resident Scott Spires novel "Abandon All Hope" is coming out soon and he came on the show to tell us all about it. We will update the links as the book hits the market. HerHere''s some info to "wet your whistle" Biography Scott Spires is a writer, a translator, and a nomad at heart. Born in India, he has since enjoyed a transatlantic life, living in the United States, Argentina, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, and Russia. He studied linguistics and Slavic languages at the universities of Chicago, St. Andrews, and Oxford, and works as a translator from Russian and German into English. Currently he lives just north of Chicago in charming and bucolic Lake Bluff, a few minutes walk from Lake Michigan. As a writer, he has an extensive publication record, which includes academic articles on linguistics, as well as articles on such diverse subjects as the Czech beer industry, the New Urbanist movement in America, minority languages in Russia, and many others. His literary side is manifested in numerous book reviews and short stories. Abandon All Hope is his first novel. Set in Chicago in 1998 when Clinton was in office, the story evokes such 1990s classics as High Fidelity and Fight Club, our two antiheroes struggle against unsympathetic employers, uncomprehending relatives, meaningless jobs, romantic frustration, and social isolation, all while searching for a life of meaning and purpose, each in his own way. Abandon All Hope is a comic novel of ideas that asks the questions: How do you make your way in a world where stability is illusory, fraud and lies are ubiquitous, and happiness is always elusive? Should you be a realist or an idealist? And how's life working out for you, anyway? Hot off the presses!!! The book is out!!! https://swspires.weebly.com/blog/behind-abandon-all-hope https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/abandon-all-hope-scott-spires/1140194144?ean=9781736827826 https://www.amazon.com/dp/1736827820/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=Scott+Spires&qid=1632395171&s=books&sr=1-3 https://swspires.weebly.com/ Do you have an idea for a topic or guest? email@example.com Want to join the Lake Forest Podcast Social Club? https://www.patreon.com/LakeForestPodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lakeforestpodcast/message
Crain's residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin talks with host Amy Guth about news around the local housing market, including home price records, Frank Lloyd Wright houses and properties on Lake Michigan. Plus: Ryan family gifts Northwestern $480 million, Amalgamated Bank of Chicago sells, worker turnover becoming a plague for employers and O'Hare comes in last in J.D. Power survey.
With the Olympics over, you thought you could retire your American flag attire, but not so fast. The ultimate golf rivalry, the Ryder Cup, is upon us. You might think there's nothing angsty about watching golf, but you'd be wrong again. At the Ryder Cup, you can cut the tension, drama and disdain with a knife. Transcript 1. The Ryder Cup, played every other year, pits the 12 best US golfers against the 12 best golfers in Europe. The contest alternates between both sides of the pond, with this year's tourney taking place in Wisconsin on the shores of Lake Michigan at Whistling Straits. The course design replicates courses in Ireland. 2. Team Europe beat the US three years ago when the teams last played. (They skipped a year thanks to COVID). The US holds the overall advantage, though, with 26 wins to Europe's 14. The US Team has a significant advantage this year in Wisconsin - the fans. Over 45,000 fans are expected each day, and they're likely to be rowdy and possibly a game changer. 3. Unlike the Olympics, the golfers will not receive any compensation if they win. The teams are playing for the bragging rights and the exposure to a much larger audience. If the US. wins, the team will receive $200,000. The players then decide on the charities that will receive half of the money. The PGA (Professional Golfers Association) of America decides where the other half goes. And what happens if there's a tie when it's all said and done? The team holding the Ryder Cup retains it (Europe). 4. Keep an eye on Americans Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka. The two have had a long-standing beef with each other, done in the most golf etiquette way possible. The two rivals haven't come to blows, but there has been plenty of public eye-rolling, mean tweeting and overall complaining about each other. Either way, the two will have to keep it together as they play for the same team in this tournament. (The PGA's $40M social media incentive that was implemented last season could have something to do with the feud as well). 5. Picking the teams is a mix between your grade school gym class and actual rankings. The U.S. team, led by Steve Stricker, will be made up of the top six players in the points rankings and six players of the captain's choosing. The European captain, Padraig Harrington, doesn't get as much flexibility. His team will consist of the first four players from the European Points List, the leading five players from the World Points List, and three captain's choices.
Sailing on Lake Michigan, a sweet treat in dairy country and authentic Chicago blues. Join host Oneika Raymond on a trip along the west coast of Lake Michigan for a refreshing spin on the Midwest.We'll start our road trip off in the “Malibu of the Midwest”, Sheboygan, Wisconsin to learn about sailing from SEAS, a local organization that's making the sport accessible to all. There, we'll speak to visually impaired local teen Mayah McWherter about how she takes to the open waters. Then, we'll cool off at the oldest frozen custard stand in Wisconsin. Gilles Frozen Custard has been a family owned joint since the 70s. We'll talk to owner Tom Linscott about the wonders of frozen custard, how it differs from ice cream and the way Gilles has brought generation after generation of families together.Finally, we'll make our way to Rosa's Lounge in Chicago where the legacy of blues music runs deep. Bus driver by day and Chicago bluesman by night, musician Toronzo Cannon is the perfect ambassador for this storied venue and the iconic music scene that calls Rosa's Lounge home.Our road trip will end in Chicago, Illinois at the Sheraton Grand Chicago hotel. You'll notice that this hotel is right on Lake Michigan and just steps away from Navy Pier and Millenium Park in the famous Streeterville neighborhood. Made the trip during the winter but still want to enjoy the Chicago River? You'll have a beautiful view of it right from the hotel's heated swimming pool. You can book your stay at https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/chigs-sheraton-grand-chicago/.Thanks to our guests on this episode for sharing their stories along the route. Check out the Sailing Education Association of Sheboygan's website at https://www.seasheboygan.org/#boatingforeveryone to learn more about their sailing classes. Check out Gilles Frozen Custard's Flavor of the Day calendar at https://gillesfrozencustard.com/flavor-of-the-day/2021-09. Can't get enough of Toronzo's music? Find the rest of his discography at https://toronzocannon.com/.
“I paint to create a deeper connection to my identity and history as a Black American. Metaphorically, I see Black people as personifications of the magic that is the ocean. My paintings and drawings combine abstraction with realistic renderings of Black noses and lips to rejuvenate the relationship of my history to my ancestor's history with water. I use water from oceans, lakes, and rivers from places that have either a historical or personal connection to black history -- water that I collect to mix with and pour onto my paintings. My focus is to create a direct relationship to my emotions and understanding of my past, a journey of spiritual connection. I focus on Black history to celebrate my ancestors for surviving the challenges they faced, not to display their pain. I paint to bring the stories and histories with images holding an elegance and chaos that comes with this existence.” Khari Turner is an artist and a Milwaukee, WI native who lived there until the Spring of 2015. The influence of Milwaukee shows itself often in his work, especially with the use of water. Set on the coast of Lake Michigan and located at the merging of three rivers, Milwaukee is truly a water city and Khari often sat next to the water in reflection. At a young age, he took an interest in art from school peers and his grandfather, a draftsman and carpenter. Khari found himself struggling between 2009 and 2015 which has been a big influence on the work he does currently. During this time, Khari wasn't in school and found himself working a minimum wage retail job and switching between warehouse jobs. He worked for the NBA as entertainment some nights but life was stale and unfulfilling for him, except for the summer. His time as a child in the nonprofit called Lake Valley Camp, changed his life; He attended camp there in 2003 and later was able to work there until 2014 as Art Director. He counts his time at Lake Valley Camp as one of his biggest influences and it also led to one of his long-term goals: to start an organization that specializes in giving back efforts to young artist and creating murals in low income environments to promote community health, pride, and clean neighborhoods, while also trying to fight gentrification of these areas. In 2015, Khari left Milwaukee and enrolled at Austin Peay State University moving his whole life to Tennessee where he received his BFA in studio art. Austin Peay was a large turning point for his artistic practice and helped him find his voice in his own work during the four years he was a student there. But, the biggest change came in summer 2019 at the Chautauqua residency. That is where his work started to form and become what it is now. In 7 weeks, Khari made a lot of work and had the open opportunity to really focus on what he wanted most, outside of class room and school limitations, questioning even if painting or sculpture was the right path to take. Eventually, Khari was able to find what he was looking for and currently he is at Columbia University. Although Khari has a lot of different ideas, what's most important to him is being a good person, donating what he can, and focusing on the actual work. There is nothing more Khari loves than creating. SHOUT OUTS: Kevin Claiborne SPONSORS: Sunlight Tax Free Masterclass “The Key to More Tax Deductions (for Creators)” LINKS: https://khariturner.com/about https://www.instagram.com/khari.raheem/ I Like Your Work Links: Submit Your Work Check out our Catalogs! Exhibitions Studio Visit Artist Interviews I Like Your Work Podcast Say “hi” on Instagram
RYDER CUP GLORY AWAITS Always a special time in the golf calendar when the Ryder Cup arrives. Being played at the Whistling Straits course in Kohler Wisconson on the banks of Lake Michigan...what can we expect. Will Captain Stricker's team of youth, rookies and arguably on paper be the stronger team down the stretch. Or will the experience and team spirit of the Euros be enough of a difference come the Sunday singles? Either way, we are assured of a massive duel and it is one that we cant wait to watch. Best of luck to Lucas Herbert as her takes on his first tournament as a full PGA Tour Member. Have you checked us out on YouTube yet? Have a look and see the team doing the podcast via video hook up. YOUTUBE Thank you so much for the continued support. Hit rocket up for his Rabbit Hole info ROCKETS INSTA Hit Magic Mike up at MAGIC MIKE INSTA Hit Rossco at ROSSCO INSTA CHECK OUT JAMIE GLAZIERS MENTAL MASTERY CLUBHOUSE Mental Mastery Clubhouse
Welcome to episode eighty-nine of the Löw Tide Böyz - A Swimrun Podcast!On the show this week we have our course preview for Ödyssey Swimrun Ludington. We're joined by special guests Aaron Palaian and John Stevens from the Ödyssey crew to talk us through their newest race and share some great training tips for this unique course. Trust us, this race sounds like it's going to be dope!PURE MICHIGAN MAKES FOR PURE SWIMRUNNINGMuch Like Ödyssey Swimrun Mackinac Island, Ludington offers Swimrunners an opportunity to explore a very cool part of the state of Michigan. Aaron shared with us how he settled on the coast of Lake Michigan to host a Swimrun and why Ludington will be an awesome venue for athletes and families.Travelling to Ludington is pretty straightforward with several airport options. Lodging is also straightforward as Ludington has a lot of options.SAND IS YOUR FRIEND (or at least keep telling yourself that)We are lucky to have the only person to have actually ran and swam on the course, John Stevens, to walk us through each leg of the race for both the long and short course. The short course meets up with the long course at Swim 4 (of the long course) and follows the same course to the finish line so we will only mention Run 1 of the short course separately.The long course clocks in at 19.33 miles with 16.2 miles of running and 3.13 miles of swimming with 1,500ft of elevation gain. The short course is 10.68 miles long with 8.55 miles of running and 2.13 miles of swimming with 750ft of elevation gain.Both courses feature a variety of terrains that should make for a super fun event. As you listen to the leg by leg breakdown, we recommend looking at the course map to help orient yourself and visualize what you will experience on race day.Annotated Leg By Leg BreakdownLONG COURSERun 1 (1.45mi)“Urban running” through the downtown LudingtonThere will be some sidewalk traffic involvedSwim 1 (650m/711yd)Coldest swim of the day (Mid to upper 50 degrees Fahrenheit) Pretty straight forward swim along the beachRun 2 (2.15mi)First half is on roadsBack half of the run is a paved trail through the woodsSwim 2 (565m/618yd)The lake is really darkRun 3 (2.05m)Last run on the roads for a whileSand dune climb at the end of the runSwim 3 (400m/437yd)“Steven's Lake”Swimming though an old quarryRun 4 (3.75mi)Aid station at the start of the runRunning on trails and then on sand towards the endSHORT COURSE Run 1 (1.75mi)This first run is a doozyThere are some wooden platforms at the start that can be very slippery when wetThere are some sand trails towards the middleA “crazy” sand dune climb at the end of the runSwim 4 (1,365m/1,493yd)You swim under a bridge near the startIt's a pretty shallow swim on the second halfRun 5 (.40mi)Straight up a 200 meter sand dune at the start of the run“Embrace the suck.” -- John StevensSwim 5 (200m/219yd)Nice and short!Run 6 (3.25mi)This run has it all! It goes from woods to sand to the oceanLots of sand hereYou'll run through some shallow poolsAwesome climb at the end over a ridge that will give you a cool view of the Big Sable Point LighthouseSwim 6 (250m/273yd)This swim is around the Big Sable Point LighthouseThis swim might be cancelled if the conditions are too gnarlyÖdyssey will make the call on race dayRun 7 (3.0mi)Dirt road runIt's exposed so it could be hot if the sun is outDefinitely hit the aid station at the start of the runSwim 7 (1,610m/1,761yd)This swim is down river so it should be pretty fastNear the end of the swim you go under a low bridge that can be a little nerve rackingRun 8 (.15mi)Sweet little beach run to the finish lineDO IT FOR THE ICE CREAM!John Stevens shared a couple key workout sessions that will help athletes prepare for the demands of the Ludington course. He recommends some high tempo running mixed with some hill work such as a running workout consisting of 6-8x 30 second hard uphill into an extended 4-5 minute tempo effort. The swims are pretty straight forward so being comfortable with the distance and being able to apply some power will serve athletes well.As far as a key Swimrun workout, John recommends doing a couple of rounds consisting of a 300yd swim at race effort with a fast transition into a hard 1-2 minute uphill and then settle into some race effort tempo running for a 1 mile.CLOSING THOUGHTSThis race looks great and we give major kudos to Aaron, John and the rest of the Ödyssey crew for finding such an awesome location to host a Swimrun. All the different types of terrain that this event offers is very unique and will make for a great adventure for everyone that will toe the line. Huge thanks for Aaron and John for taking the time to help us put this course preview together. 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Jay Harrington of Life and Whim reminds us that the happiest moments of vacation may not be what you think they are Episode 2105: The Happiest Moments of Vacation May Not Be What You Think by Jay Harrington of Life and Whim Jay and Heather Harrington are the husband and wife team behind Life and Whim. They started Life and Whim after moving their family to Traverse City, a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan, to break the script of their life and reimagine what's possible. They live in pursuit of a purposeful, meaningful, active, and simple life. The original post is located here: https://www.lifeandwhim.com/first-moments-blog/vacation-may-not-be-what-you-think Gusto is making payroll, benefits, and HR easy for small businesses. Get 3 months free once you run your first payroll with our link: Gusto.com/OLD Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily
Jay Harrington of Life and Whim reminds us that the happiest moments of vacation may not be what you think they are Episode 2105: The Happiest Moments of Vacation May Not Be What You Think by Jay Harrington of Life and Whim Jay and Heather Harrington are the husband and wife team behind Life and Whim. They started Life and Whim after moving their family to Traverse City, a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan, to break the script of their life and reimagine what's possible. They live in pursuit of a purposeful, meaningful, active, and simple life. The original post is located here: Gusto is making payroll, benefits, and HR easy for small businesses. Get 3 months free once you run your first payroll with our link: and in Interested in advertising on the show? Visit
Growing up in West Michigan, David Vanderveen and his older brother learned how to surf among the sometimes ferocious fresh-water waves created during storms on Lake Michigan. He was arrested for skateboarding in empty city pools and was kicked out of school three times—twice for his poetry (once in 7th grade and again during his junior year at Wheaton College) and once for his exceptional cocktail mixology skills (also in 7th grade, but not at Wheaton). After some negotiations and promises to stop with the poetry, David matriculated to and graduated from Calvin College, Wheaton's sister school, with degrees in philosophy and political science. Due to a market shortage of philosophy career positions, he worked as an daily news editor and hand model in Japan, a director of public affairs in Michigan, co-founder of a bespoke crystal-powered chakra aligning jewelry company in the Midwest, a marketing director in the Napa Valley, the co-founder of a chaotic Venezuelan biotech and pharmaceutical company, a grassroots political organizer, an exporter of artificial heart valves to Pakistan, a technology sales and marketing executive, and chief technology officer at a series of small and large tech companies. David participated in the Dot-Com revolution (neither proletariat nor bourgeoisie) and briefly owned a small Red Bull distributorship as part of said revolution. Never one to quit, he failed to get off the Dot-Com merry-go-round before the music ran out. He left tech when the founder of Znetix, where David was the CTO, was arrested for the largest case of investor fraud in Washington State's history. Oh, and David also co-founded XS, a global energy drink brand that has generated over US $2 billion in revenue, sold more than one billion cans, and shared over US$500 million in profits with an army of independent business owners around the world. David has leapt from the frying pan into the fire multiple times and lived to tell about it. He doesn't recommend it. That said, if you're interested in a career-as-roller-coaster-ride and life as an adventure, David has a lot to offer. Exclusive to WODcast listeners: * THORNE: Health solutions Trusted by 40,000 medical professionals, over 100 professional and collegiate sports teams, the UFC, and now CrossFit. Thorne, the Official Supplement Partner of CrossFit. . Our exclusive WODCAST storefront can be found at thorne.com/u/wodcast – shop here for our crossfit 20% off discount. * MUDWTR is a coffee alternative with 1/7th the caffeine as a cup of coffee. Rather than relying on hundreds of milligrams of caffeine for energy mud leans on functional mushrooms and adaptogens for energy without the jitters and crash of caffeine. Visit mudwtr.com/wodcast to support the show and use code WODCAST at check out for $5 off
Also happening today, Chicago police are speaking to a person of interest in the murder of a pregnant woman found in Lake Michigan last month; A Schaumburg man drowned after he and a friend fell into the water when their canoe flipped over in Mineola Bay in the southern part of Fox Lake early Friday; a group of Chicago aldermen are asking the city's top doctor to require people to show proof of vaccine before going into “public indoor settings,” including restaurants, bars, gyms, movie theaters, and music venues; and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In other top stories, the city of Chicago has issued more than two dozen citations to businesses ignoring mask mandate; the sexual misconduct conviction of a former suburban youth pastor overturned; and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the southern end of Lake Michigan, Indiana Dunes National Park has seen the water levels rise five feet since 2014, hastened by human-made structures and an increase in storms brought on by climate change. Higher water marks mean more erosion to the sand dunes that have run through the area for thousands of years. Zachary Green reports on how the park is adapting to the new normal. The story is part of our ongoing series on climate change, Peril & Promise. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Ted Erikson is an accomplished swimmer who conquered the English Channel, among other feats — but it's Lake Michigan that always calls him back.Host - Jon HansenReporter - Mack Liederman
In just under two weeks, a few thousand athletes and their family and friends will travel to the quaint and beautiful Lake Michigan coastal town of Frankfort to take part in IRONMAN 70.3 Michigan — an event that's had its share of twists and turns over the past year and a half during the pandemic. You can't exactly call this 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike ride, and 13.1-mile run on Sunday, Sept. 12 a new event in northern Michigan — the first IRONMAN 70.3 in northern Michigan took place in late August 2019, in Traverse City — though it is inaugural in that it moved from TC to Frankfort, about 45 minutes to the west, on the shores of Lake Michigan. It also has a new date; the Traverse City event took place over Labor Day weekend while the Frankfort event is set for the second weekend in September. It also happens to be an event that holds a special place in Heather's heart, being the first (and only, so far) IRONMAN 70.3 she's taken on. In this episode, Heather talks with race director Joel Gaff about what athletes and spectators can expect to experience during IRONMAN 70.3. Joel shares course information, race weekend highlights, and behind-the-scenes details, including what it's been like to plan for an in-person IRONMAN during the pandemic. Heather and Joel also cover how they're both feeling about their own athletic pursuits lately (Heather shares how she made the tough decision to defer to the 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Michigan, while Joel talks about getting back on the road and running more after dealing with an injury). Joel, who has two young daughters, also talks about his especially busy summer — he served as race director of another all-new IRONMAN 70.3 in Oregon — and what he's looking forward to this fall. FIND MRG and HEATHER: @michiganrunnergirlshow on Instagram @michiganrunnergirl on Instagram @michigan-runner-girl on Facebook
Camping together turned into a new adventure - buying land and building a cabin. The shores of Lake Michigan became the destination and a lifetime of memories followed. Joined once again by "Uncle" Harry, we take a look at summer vacations and long walks on the beach. Come take a walk with us On Carlson Drive. Official show website: OnCarlsonDrive.com Follow us: Facebook: @OnCarlsonDrive Instagram: @OnCarlsonDrive Email the show
Are you a counselor considering a new vocation? Have you wondered what the differences are between coaching and counseling? Then join this lively discussion between three former counselors turned coaches as they compare and contrast these two amazing professions. Listen in to discover: What to learn and unlearn when moving from counseling, so you can thrive in the coaching world The role of emotion in the coaching relationship The 4 levels of development that will help you continue to embrace your identity as a coach About Andrew Gorter: Dr. Andrew Gorter, PCC is a leadership coach with a passion to help leaders navigate the interpersonal challenges of leadership. He earned a doctorate in family therapy and has over 30 years of experience working helping leaders build trust, elicit true buy-in, and inspire passion for their vision and values. In addition to his work with leaders, Andrew has developed an internal coach training program for Franklin Covey a large international training corporation and serves on the faculty of a Professional Christian Coaching Institute, a virtual coach training school where he has the opportunity to multiply his influence, promoting high standards of effective credentialed coaching in the marketplace. Andrew and his wife, Karen, live in Holland, MI, near the beaches of Lake Michigan. They have two married daughters, four grandsons, and one granddaughter. He enjoys cycling, watercolor painting, reading, and woodworking. Learn more about Andrew Gorter at www.plusonecoaching.com
In other top stories tonight: Children behind on their usual vaccinations, pediatrician says; woman pulled from Lake Michigan had been stabbed; and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Also happening today, Chicago Public Schools are eliminating some COVID safety protocols; a 59-year-old woman escaped injury after the vehicle she was driving plunged into Lake Michigan earlier today; and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jay Harrington of Life and Whim reminds us that before we can have success, we must have failure Episode 2085: Success Requires Failure So Just Start by Jay Harrington of Life and Whim on Not Overthinking and Just Starting Jay and Heather Harrington are the husband and wife team behind Life and Whim. They started Life and Whim after moving their family to Traverse City, a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan, to break the script of their life and reimagine what's possible. They live in pursuit of a purposeful, meaningful, active, and simple life. The original post is located here: Gusto is making payroll, benefits, and HR easy for small businesses. Get 3 months free once you run your first payroll with our link: and in and join our online community: Interested in advertising on the show? Visit
Jay Harrington of Life and Whim reminds us that before we can have success, we must have failure Episode 2085: Success Requires Failure So Just Start by Jay Harrington of Life and Whim on Not Overthinking and Just Starting Jay and Heather Harrington are the husband and wife team behind Life and Whim. They started Life and Whim after moving their family to Traverse City, a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan, to break the script of their life and reimagine what's possible. They live in pursuit of a purposeful, meaningful, active, and simple life. The original post is located here: https://www.lifeandwhim.com/first-moments-blog/success-requires-failure-just-start Gusto is making payroll, benefits, and HR easy for small businesses. Get 3 months free once you run your first payroll with our link: Gusto.com/OLD Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts and join our online community: OLDPodcast.com/group Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily
A listener asks for more information about the Lake Michigan Mothman. Luke is concerned about strange substances in the water of Sacramento. Ben has disappeared somewhere over the Pacific. All this and more in this week's listener mail segment. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chicago once had a booming commercial fishing industry. Lawrence's Fish and Shrimp is one of the last vestiges of that industry--serving up all kinds of fish that hasn't actually been caught in Lake Michigan. Reporter Jessica Pupovac finds out why that's the case. Plus, producers Logan Jaffe and Jesse Dukes look for the best stargazing spots around Chicago. Turns out Lake Michigan offers one of them.
We kick off this week's show talking about a new Michigan state record chinook salmon. First, Captain Bobby Sullivan of Ice Breaker Charters talks about where and how this client caught that 47 pound fish. Then, Michigan DNR fisheries biologist Jay Wesley describes the process of certifying a new record. He also talks about the health of the Lake Michigan salmon fishery.
Our crew today: Dr. Steph, Captains Nick and Jeff, and Producer/Director Liz Pyper. Join us for the latest in aviation news, your feedback, and this week's Plane Tale: "Four Instructors Walk into a Bar, Part 2." Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:02:25] NEWS [00:02:43] National Cargo 747 Fire in Cargo Compartment [00:26:16] Planes on Collision Course after Charles de Gaulle Airport Controller's Verbal Slip [00:32:59] Final Report - Accident: Miami B738 at Jacksonville on May 3rd 2019, Runway Overrun on Landing, Aircraft Ends Up in River [00:44:23] Seawind Saga: Pilot Who Crashed in Lake Michigan had 7 Crashes in 7 Days [00:50:44] American Airlines Warns About Jet Fuel Shortages Around the U.S. [00:55:56] GETTING TO KNOW US [01:22:04] COFFEE FUND [01:23:47] FEEDBACK [01:24:44] Lydon - Airbus Side Stick Controllers [01:38:02] Magnus - Interview with Captain Carlos Dardano TACA Flight 110 [01:43:09] Dave - JAL DC-8 Plane Tale [01:47:48] Mike - Go Around [01:56:31] PLANE TALES - Four Instructors Walk into a Bar, Part 2 [02:15:59] Murilo - Global Warming? [02:18:59] Rob - A Bit of History re. DC-10 [02:23:06] Rob - Lone Star Flight Museum in Houston [02:27:52] Stephen - Cessna Citation Runway Excursion [02:37:02] Jeffrey - Recreational Vehicle/Helicopter [02:46:02] Texas Charlie - Love Them RJs VIDEO Don't see the video? Click this to watch it on YouTube! ABOUT RADIO ROGER “Radio Roger” Stern has been a TV and Radio reporter since he was a teenager. He's won an Emmy award for his coverage in the New York City Market. Currently you can hear his reporting in New York on radio station 1010 WINS, the number one all-news station in the nation. Nationally you can hear him anchor newscasts on the Fox News Radio Network and on Fox's Headlines 24-7 service on Sirius XM Radio. In addition Roger is a proud member of and contributor to the APG community. Give us your review in iTunes! I'm "airlinepilotguy" on Facebook, and "airlinepilotguy" on Twitter. email@example.com airlinepilotguy.com "Appify" the Airline Pilot Guy website (http://airlinepilotguy.com) on your phone or tablet! ATC audio from http://LiveATC.net Intro/outro Music, Coffee Fund theme music by Geoff Smith thegeoffsmith.com Dr. Steph's intro music by Nevil Bounds Capt Nick's intro music by Kevin from Norway (aka Kevski) Doh De Oh by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100255 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Copyright © AirlinePilotGuy 2021, All Rights Reserved Airline Pilot Guy Show by Jeff Nielsen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License
Jay Harrington of Life and Whim talks about when to embrace life's red flags as a parent. Episode 1054: When to Embrace Life's Red Flags by Jay Harrington of Life and Whim on Parenting Girls & Raising Daughters Jay and Heather Harrington are the husband and wife team behind Life and Whim. They started Life and Whim after moving their family to Traverse City, a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan, to break the script of their life and reimagine what's possible. They live in pursuit of a purposeful, meaningful, active, and simple life. The original post is located here: https://www.lifeandwhim.com/first-moments-blog/2018/embrace-lifes-red-flags Improve your anxiety and transform the way you sleep. Calm is offering a special limited time promotion of 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com/ORD Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts and join our online community: OLDPodcast.com/group Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jay Harrington of Life and Whim talks about when to embrace life's red flags as a parent. Episode 1054: When to Embrace Life's Red Flags by Jay Harrington of Life and Whim on Parenting Girls & Raising Daughters Jay and Heather Harrington are the husband and wife team behind Life and Whim. They started Life and Whim after moving their family to Traverse City, a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan, to break the script of their life and reimagine what's possible. They live in pursuit of a purposeful, meaningful, active, and simple life. The original post is located here: https://www.lifeandwhim.com/first-moments-blog/2018/embrace-lifes-red-flags Improve your anxiety and transform the way you sleep. Calm is offering a special limited time promotion of 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com/ORD Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts and join our online community: OLDPodcast.com/group Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting
The beef sandwich and slushy drink combo are sold together all across the South and West sides of Chicago. Reporter Monica Eng tracks down the guy who put the two together. Then, she answers a question about what those mysterious structures out on Lake Michigan actually do.
Jay Harrington of Life and Whim has a simple strategy for how to be happy. Episode 2047: How to Be Happy - Live in the Moment with a Plan for the Future by Jay Harrington of Life And Whim Jay and Heather Harrington are the husband and wife team behind Life and Whim. They started Life and Whim after moving their family to Traverse City, a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan, to break the script of their life and reimagine what's possible. They live in pursuit of a purposeful, meaningful, active, and simple life. The original post is located here: https://www.lifeandwhim.com/first-moments-blog/how-to-be-happy Heal and cleanse your face with Green Tech skincare. Born in nature, perfected through science. Receive 20% off your first purchase of The Good. Go to calderalab.com and use discount code OLD at checkout Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts and join our online community: OLDPodcast.com/group Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily