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The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Awaken Fitness & Wellness, Lander Chamber teaming up for Business After Hours fundraiser for Kora Toups

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 17:40


(Lander, WY) – KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea recently spoke with Lander Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Owen Sweeney, as well as Siobhan Fahey, Chamber member and owner of Awaken Fitness and Wellness. Sweeney and Fahey stopped by to talk about some upcoming events going on at Awaken, but also filled us in on tomorrow night's Business After Hours event, which will look a little different than normal. In addition to providing attendees an opportunity to check out Awaken and to network with other businesses, the event will also function as a fundraiser for Kora Toups, the 9-year-old girl struck by a vehicle while riding her bike to school on August 30. The event will take place tomorrow, September 22, goes from 5:30 to 7:00 PM, and will take place at 1255 Main St. inside Awaken Fitness and Wellness. In addition to talking about the Business After Hours fundraiser, Fahey filled us in on the many services Awaken provides, and gave us details on the upcoming 'Awaken Into Fall Fitness' event coming up in October. https://www.facebook.com/awakenfitnesswellness/posts/pfbid0GXEkHfADpYX7fBSGK7y8vaJSzLFcNzLJHtprLiwzLBtsYqgmk84QL1WhAzEG1z4ml Check out the full Coffee Time interview with Fahey and Sweeney below to learn more. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

Plug Tone Outdoors
Built Outdoors | Wild Iris Mountain Sports

Plug Tone Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 40:23


In 1989, famed professional rock climber, Todd Skinner, and his then-girlfriend, Amy Whistler, heard about the incredible dolomite cliffs near Lander, Wyoming, packed their bags, and moved immediately to Lander. In order to create jobs for themselves and other climbing partners, they created what came to be known as Wild Iris Mountain Sports, an outdoor gear store named after the climbing area that was holding their minds and hearts in Lander.  Since then, Wild Iris has seen challenges, changes, and growth, and through it all, it became more than your average outdoor gear shop in an incredibly beautiful place. It's a pillar of the community, both in Lander and in the climbing world at large. In this episode of Built Outdoors, we hear from co-owner, Amy Skinner and manager, Joan Chase, about their path to creating a community-centered, adventure-focused outdoor gear shop in small-town Wyoming, how they maintain their identity as a business, and what kind of culture they try to create for their employees.   Connect with Wild Iris Mountains Sports: Website Instagram Google Maps to the physical store Connect with Plug Tone: Website Instagram   Built Outdoors is created by Emily Holland and Kris Hampton, as part of the Plug Tone Audio Collective. Support the show by leaving a review or sharing it with a friend.

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: The Popo Agie Quilters Quilt Show is set for this weekend; tune in to learn more

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:14


(Lander, WY) – KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea recently caught up with Betsy Richardson from the Popo Agie Quilters, who stopped by to chat about this weekend's big quilt show at the Lander Senior Center. The show will once again be two days this year, but this time on Saturday (9am-5pm) and Sunday (10am-3pm). To learn more about what to expect from the show and how to get tickets, check out the full Coffee Time interview with Richardson below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

Astro arXiv | all categories
The game of life on a magnetar crust: from γ -ray flares to FRBs

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 0:38


The game of life on a magnetar crust: from γ -ray flares to FRBs by S. K. Lander. on Monday 19 September This paper presents a model to unify the diverse range of magnetar activity, through the building and release of elastic stress from the crust. A cellular automaton drives both local and global yielding of the crust, leading to braiding of coronal loops and energy release. The model behaves like a real magnetar in many ways: giant flares and small bursts both occur, as well as periods of quiescence whose typical duration is either $lesssim 1$ yr or $sim 10-30$ yr. The burst energy distribution broadly follows an earthquake-like power law over the energy range $10^{40}-10^{45},{rm erg}$. The local nature of coronal loops allows for the possibility of high-energy and fast radio bursts from the same magnetar. Within this paradigm, magnetar observations can be used to constrain the poorly-understood mechanical properties of the neutron-star crust. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.08598v1

The County 10 Podcast
Mental Health Monday: Find out more about the role of mental health in guardianships from the Wyoming Guardianship Corporation

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 25:54


(Lander, WY) – Mental Health Monday, the weekly segment on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time hosted by Vince Tropea, continued today with guest Jessi Westling, the Director of Life Management Services for the Wyoming Guardianship Corporation. We recently spoke with Kelly Headley, the Substance Abuse Mental Health Ombudsman with the WGC, and Westling called to give us an even more in-depth breakdown of the rold of mental health in guardianships, as well as provide some clarification as to the difference between guardianships and conservatorships. Check out the full Mental Health Monday interview with Westling below. The main goal of Mental Health Monday is to start an open dialogue about a number of mental health topics, and how folks are being affected on local, state and national levels. Guests range from psychiatrists, psychologists, school/drug/grief counselors, and any other professionals in the field, as well as testimonials from those affected by mental health issues, such as students, veterans, first responders, and many more. Be sure to check out Mental Health Monday on Coffee Time every Monday, and tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here. If you would like to be a guest on Mental Health Monday, please reach out to vince@county10.com.

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: The Bookmarked Literary Arts Festival kicks off today, tune in for more details

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 13:12


(Lander, WY) – KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea recently chatted with Ami Vincent, the community officer with the LOR Foundation, and Tanner Miller the adult lead librarian at the Riverton Branch Library, who stopped by to talk about the Bookmarked Literary Arts Festival. The festival kicks off today at the Lander Library at 5:30, and goes though Sunday. Click here for the full schedule. Vincent and Miller filled us in on everything you need to know about the festival, and also gave us a heads up about some other things coming our way from the LOR Foundation and the Riverton Branch Library. Check out the full Coffee Time interview with both below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Catch up with Lander Mayor and upcoming LAC pottery exhibit artists on a packed Coffee Time

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 37:04


(Lander, WY) – It was a packed show on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time yesterday, with host Vince Tropea catching up with both Lander Mayor Monte Richardson, and Oakley Boycott from the Lander Art Center, who also brought along artists Deborah Britt and Jenny Reeves-Johnson. Mayor Richardson filled us in on this week's Lander City Council meeting, and also provided updates on exploring pedestrian safety options discussed at various meetings this week. Boycott filled us in on happenings at the LAC, and also introduced Britt and Reeves-Johnson to discuss the upcoming "Light My Fire" pottery exhibit which opens up on the 16th at the LAC. https://www.facebook.com/LanderArtCenter/posts/524824086309727 Check out the full Coffee Time interviews below; Mayor Richardson's interview starts right at the beginning, and the second with the "Light My Fire" crew begins around the 17 minute 10 second mark. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: ‘They/Them: One Climber’s Story’ screens Thursday

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 11:08


(Lander, WY) – Sophie Barksdale, with Wind River Pride, and Ami Vincent, the community officer with the LOR Foundation, recently stopped by KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time to chat with host Vince Tropea about an upcoming screening they have helped organize, for a documentary called "They/Them: One Climber's Story." The film, which will screen this Thursday, September 15, 7:30 PM, in the Carnegie Room at the Lander Library, tells the story of Lor Sabourin, a trans climber, "on a journey to piece together one of the hardest and most inspiring routes of their life" while climbing in the sandstone canyons of northern Arizona. For more information about the screening, check out the Coffee Time interview with Barksdale and Vince below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

Wilde On
Season 4 - Episode 16: Steph De Lander

Wilde On

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 37:17


Steph De Lander is an ex-pat Aussie forging her own path, beyond the walls of WWE. She talks a little about her days as #PersiaPirotta plus the unexpected bounty of possibilities that came along with free agency. Then the conversation turns to piercings, rap music, and which country has the biggest cockroaches. There's always something a little different on Wilde On. If you like what you see, please don't be shy. Hit that subscribe button and get Wilde every Wednesday. Cheers! -TW Steph De Lander: Instagram: @stephdelander Twitter: @stephdelander OnlyFans: Steph DeLander Taylor Wilde: Wilde On T-shirts: www.prowrestlingtees.com/taylorwilde Twitter, IG & FB: @realtaylorwilde Tiktok: @thetaylorwilde Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/ogtaylorwilde Additional Music: “Let's Get Wilde” by Samantha Smith/Written by Andrew Moore & Rochelle Douris; ©2021 Wilde On. “Res On 8” Acid-flavoured Lofi House by Vodovos “Sport & Rock” by Infaction No Copyright Music; This track on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/1oONi2... Video Footage: “Lady Frost vs Steph De Lander vs Danni Bee (Women's Wrestling) Hurricane Pro” - 7/16/22; http://YouTube.com/TitleMatchWrestling

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Global art tour ‘Grounded’ featuring Fremont County artists, premiers in Lander October 2

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 16:49


(Lander, WY) – Janet Seeley from the Trinity Episcopal Church in Lander stopped by KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time to chat with host Vince Tropea about an upcoming art exhibit making its way to the Pioneer Museum, entitled "Grounded: Restoring our world through a sacred harmony with the Earth and each other." Not only does the global tour for the exhibit premiere in Fremont County on October 2, it features local artists as well, with an overall focus on "contemporary Native American artists with art to restore our world through a sacred Harmony with the earth and each other." The exhibit will then be on display through November 14. For more information about the event and to find out who some of the local artists are, check out the full Coffee Time interview with Seeley below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

Europa heute - Deutschlandfunk
Finnische EU-Pläne - Gespräch mit Politikwissenschaftlerin Minna Ålander

Europa heute - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:53


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Europa heute - Deutschlandfunk
Finnische EU-Pläne - Gespräch mit Politikwissenschaftlerin Minna Ålander

Europa heute - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:53


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How I Spent My Allowance
How I Spent My Allowance S6E5 The Parched Sea Chaps 11-13

How I Spent My Allowance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 63:20


In which we should have talked about Dune but only did a little.

UN-CAPED HEROES - The Podcast
# 360 with Samantha Lander

UN-CAPED HEROES - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 23:31


Hello St. Louis, Mo and welcome Samantha Lander, mom, DJ, and recovery enthusiast. Her definition of a hero: " Someone that is willing to set aside their own shit, not sacrifice themselves, and become a piece of the puzzle of your life." Points to remember: It will get better, you will get better, and you Will get through it ! Hang out with Cassey, Samantha and Stacy for a spell and absorb some beautiful learned wisdom from our guest, Samantha Lander. 

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Murdered and missing indigenous women the focus of ‘Who She Is’ documentary, which screens tomorrow

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 10:50


(Lander, WY) – KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea recently chatted with Sophie Barksdale, who co-directed and co-produced the upcoming documentary "Who She Is" along with Jordan Dresser. h/t Caldera Productions "Who She Is" event image The documentary, produced by Caldera productions, tells the stories of "Sheila. Lela. Jocelyn. Abbi. These are the women behind the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women epidemic in Wyoming and beyond. Meet them. See them. Say their names. They are “Who She Is”." Barksdale filled us in on the importance of humanizing the stories of the women who often become no more than statistics in these cases, and telling their personal experiences. Barksdale also provided information on the September 10 special screening at the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater at CWC, and filled us in the history behind Caldera Productions. Check out the full Coffee Time interview with Barksdale below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

The County 10 Podcast
Lander Biz Show: Mamaw’s Kitchen

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 30:51


(Lander, WY) - Each week, the Lander Chamber of Commerce allows us to learn more about a Lander-area business. This week we go in-depth into the Lander dining scene discussing several great local restaurants, buying meat and produce locally and local candy! Beckie Milleson from Mamaw's Kitchen in Lander is our guest.

The County 10 Podcast
#WhatsHappening: Apple Fest 2022 set for September 17; read more or listen here for all the details

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 16:03


(Lander, WY) - Get ready to celebrate Lander's apple history with the Lander Pioneer Museum Apple Fest, which is set for September 17, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. The event will feature apple cider pressing, crafts for kids, Lander apples and talks about the history of Lander apples, horseback rides, an apple pie contest, a kid's apple sauce eating competition, hard cider from Jackson and more. Lander has a long history of apple orchards, and in the early days the community was known as “The Apple City.” A lucky combination of good water and soil, shelter from the wind, and farmers willing to experiment with many tree species to find ones that would grow well here, the Lander Valley developed many fine orchards. In honor of this history, the Pioneer Museum holds apple fest, a fun family event which highlights the many aspects of apples and apple use in the valley. “Our past Apple fests were a huge success. Kids loved pressing, and drinking, fresh cider,” said Museum Curator Randy Wise. “We're having that, plus much more this year so people can have fun and learn about this important part of Lander's history.” Wise said that attempts are being made to bring back some of the historic orchards in the area. Apple fest will include an apple pie contest with cash prizes for the top three pies. There is also a kid's pie competition with those winners also getting prizes and ribbons. “The Fremont County Pioneer Association, which supports the museum, has donated some nice prize money,” Wise said. People are encouraged to get out their yummy family recipes. The rules are available at the museum, or online at the museum Facebook page. The judging will be at 11 a.m. with three lucky judges getting to pick the winners. At one p.m. the pies will be cut up and slices sold to the audience with the money going to the museum. Speaking of lucky judges, check out the recent Coffee Time interview below with Wise, where he asked host Vince Tropea to be one of this year's judges. Another fun event is an apple sauce eating contest for kids. There will be three age groups and the kid who can eat their bowl of apple sauce the fastest will win a prize in each age group. The catch is they have to eat the apple sauce with a straw and can't use their hands. There will also be kids crafts and local apple demonstrations and talks. A highlight is always the presence of Farmstead Wyoming and their samples of hard cider. Many of the apples the company from Jackson uses to make its cider come from the Lander area, and Farmstead will be back this year offering samples of its tart, tasty Wyoming made drink. People are encouraged to bring in their apples and crabapples by the bag, basket or truck load for the company if they want to see the apples put to good use. For information call the museum at 332-3373. Check out some of the Pioneer Museum's photos from the 2021 festivities below. h/t Pioneer Museum photo h/t Pioneer Museum photo h/t Pioneer Museum photo h/t Pioneer Museum photo h/t Pioneer Museum photo h/t Pioneer Museum photo h/t Pioneer Museum photo h/t Pioneer Museum photo

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Listen in for details on the National Museum of Military Vehicles 9/11 Memorial

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 20:57


(Lander, WY) – In honor of this weekend's September 11 Memorial service at the National Museum of Military Vehicles in Dubois, KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea chatted with museum Communications Director Craig Blumenshine, Lander Chamber Executive Director Owen Sweeney, and event speaker Jon Adams from the Nebraska Honor and Remember Chapter. On Sunday, Sept. 11, the museum will offer free admission to its world-class military history museum and host Wyoming's inaugural Honor and Remember service. The free program will begin at noon and is open to the public in the newly opened 599-seat Assembly Hall in the Poolaw Building on the museum campus. In addition to Adams, who will be honoring three veterans at the event, Museum Founder Dan Starks and Governor Gordon will be speaking as well, and both Lander Valley and Riverton High Schools will have students perform in varying capacities. Folks will also have the opportunity to check out the new Canteen food area. https://www.facebook.com/NMMVWY/posts/pfbid0GTjdeB8iqdvTX85zV54ZmZaAikPbrGurzeVgoNnKviRJn8mEvZfUBAYSWhSPGJRWl In addition to providing details on the 9/11 service, Blumenshine filled us in on other news from the museum, Sweeney caught us up on Chamber goings-on, and Adams gave us some backstory on the what services the Nebraska Honor and Remember Chapter provides. Check out the full Coffee Time interview below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Lander 2022 9/11 Memorial set for this Sunday

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 13:51


(Lander, WY) – In honor of this weekend's September 11 Memorial service in Lander, KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince chatted today with Bruce Gallinger and Keith Trouwborst from the American Legion Don Stough Post 33. The service begins right at 9:00 AM, and was organized by Post 33 along with the City of Lander and the VFW Post #954. The rest of the information is in the flyer below. h/t Lander 9/11 Memorial event flyer In addition to providing details on the service, Gallinger filled us in on some other news going on with the American Legion, and Trouwborst gave us a mini lesson on the proper disposal of flags and shared more info on the other Patriot's Day weekend events. Check out the full Coffee Time interview with Gallinger and Trouwborst below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 169 Part 2: How Four Winds Gallery Brought Native American Jewelry to Australia

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 24:53


What you'll learn in this episode: Why Native American jewelry has struck a chord with Australian shoppers Why jewelry is so important to Native American cultures, and the history of jewelry making in the Southwest Which characteristics to look for in distinct varieties of turquoise How to make the most of a trip to Indian Market Which Native American jewelry artists are ones to watch About Jennifer Cullen Jennifer Cullen is the owner of Four Winds Gallery, a jewelry gallery in Double Bay, Australia that focuses on jewelry of the American Southwest. Established in 1981, Four Winds boasts a collector's standard of traditional and contemporary North American Indian jewelry, pottery, sculptures, graphics and textiles. The gallery is the culmination of a long-term interest and passion for Jennifer.  Photos available on TheJewelryJourney.com Additional Resources: Website Instagram Facebook Transcript: Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the second part of a two-part episode. If you haven't heard part one, please go to TheJewelryJourney.com. Today, my guest is Jennifer Cullen of Four Winds Gallery, an unusual jewelry gallery located in Double Bay, Australia. Welcome back.    What about coral? You have the reefs there, and there's a lot of coral in Indian work, but I hear it's becoming very hard to find now.   Jennifer: We have no coral in Australia to work with. It's protected, and we have a lot of trouble with—what is it? The crown-of-thorns starfish. They're doing a lot about coral beds on the northeast coast of Australia, with all that big, beautiful coral. They're doing a lot to maintain that at the moment. All the coal that has been historically worked into North American Indian jewelry was traded in by the Spanish originally, so it's all Mediterranean coral. The earliest coral strands in the 1800s were drilled and rolled strands of beads that they would wear around the neck with cotton sinew or twill, or whatever was strung through the center of it. And there were webs of coral. They would wear ropes of heishi done in clamshell. Later on, as they got better equipment, there was turquoise heishi and jet heishi. Heishi is the traditional word for a handmade, small bead.    Originally the coral was traded. The Native American groups loved the color. They had previously found their ability with color by working with the spiny oyster shell that comes out of the Gulf of Mexico. The spiny oyster shell comes in colors from reds similar to coral into purple and intense orange, like an Hermès orange. It's a beautiful color. I actually have a lot in my jewelry because I love it. I sell a lot of it here, and I wear a lot of it. I love the orange. I've always had a passion for these oranges and reds and purples. People in the Southwest embraced it pretty rapidly and started to incorporate it into their jewelry findings and body adornment. So, in the 1800s, it was works of coral predominantly.    Then they started to learn how to work silver. That didn't start until about 1868. Prior to 1868, there was very little in silver. They actually started by heating up copper and brass cooking utensils. They were soft materials that were exposed to them by the soldiers and the Spanish and the Mexicans, and they'd make it into jewelry findings and body adornment. Then they discovered silver, which is found in the Southwest of the USA, and they started to make that into metal findings to house the stones. That was the process.    When chatting at length with another one of my mentors, Lori Phillips, she used to talk to me a lot about the development of American Indian jewelry, history and development. She was a big dealer and collected from Pasadena in California back in the day. I was very close friends with her. Anyway, she taught me a lot. They started setting coral into silver vessels and housings and cabinets in about the early 1950s. There wasn't a lot of coral set into jewelry, other than strands or ropes of coral beads, prior to 1952. So, finding the odd piece of jewelry that did have a bit of coral in it is a very unusual thing.    Generally, most of the coral still comes from the Mediterranean. It's traded in now by different dealers. It's become very expensive and sought after because they're protecting the coral beds in Italy. It's getting harder and harder to get it.    Sharon: It's harder, yeah.   Jennifer: Yeah, but it's not Australian coral at all.   Sharon: You're so knowledgeable. Do you put on educational seminars besides flying in artists?   Jennifer: We used to write articles here in Sidney for the Antiques and Art Galleries Magazine every quarter. There were some pages of photographs and examples of things. Probably about seven years ago, when the paper folded and everything went digital, that's when we ended up with the New South Wales Art and Antiques Magazine. Maybe it went down into Victoria as well and Melbourne south of us, which is not a big town, but it's a cultural center. So, I used to write articles. I have been meaning to put together all those articles I wrote for so many years and so many editions of the Antiques and Art Galleries Paper in New South Wales and compile them into a book. That's on the to-do list. I haven't gotten around to doing that yet.   I used to do talks occasionally at clubs or different places where women would want to be spoken to about wearable body adornment. I did some radio interviews with Dan Kotch back in the day. He's a finance and investment guy who does radio interviews with people to talk about things that are considered good investments, that hold their value and appreciate over time, which jewelry does. Up in the Blue Mountains I did some talks. I was invited to talk to groups of artists that lived up in the mountains who did various forms of artwork. They wanted to hear about American Indian art in general, the textiles, the jewelry, the pottery making, how it was done. I've also done interviews with a local radio station here. They invited me to do a few talks on their Sunday afternoon program about jewelry. So, I've done a fair bit.    I've done fashion magazines, Vogue and Harper's Bazaar and different things. I've done photoshoots of my jewelry over the years, where they've wanted to show unusual artwork. They often use it in their fashion shoots. They borrow jewelry and put it in their fashion shoots and give credit to the gallery, but then they'll ask me to write some information about the gallery and what's it all about, and then they'll put that into the magazine. Women of Individual Style was a thing that came out one time, and I was asked to be a part of that one issue. They talked about me and how I dressed and all the body adornment I wore and how I put it together. So, over 40 years, there have been quite a lot of things I've been asked to do. I haven't actually written a book and I haven't organized a group of talks. I probably could, but running a business, having staff, trading pearls, going on buying trips, organizing four exhibitions a year, it's a lot. You do the best with the bulls that are the most important for you.   Sharon: No, I understand. You have a lot of time left to do that.    I've never been in the Indian Market. I've always wanted to go, but I've been scared off by the crowds.    Jennifer: It is hectic. It is very hectic.   Sharon: Yes. You say when you come back, you have a buying exhibition?   Jennifer: Sure. I'm over there, often Instagramming things I'm finding and putting it on Instagram just to show people things I'm finding while I'm away. Then, when I get back, I have to ship everything home to Sidney and we go through it. We take a nice photograph of it, like a postcard, and I send it out. I have some 5,000 people on my mailing list. So, I send all my clients a huge postcard of beautiful jewelry. I'll have an odd, old carving in there or something to make it look beautiful. I send it out and say, “Hi, that's my latest buying trip. We'll be having a champagne opening”—it's usually the second week of September on a Saturday—“Please come see the collection, or you can view a lot of it online or you can email me.” My clients look forward to that because they're not all traveling to Santa Fe and the reservation, so it's as close to it as they can get.   Sharon: Absolutely. Where else are they going to get it, unless they go to Santa Fe?   Jennifer: And even then, you're so overwhelmed. There's so much product over there. All of it's handmade by Native American artists. It's a crazy time to do it with a lot of shops. It's hard to find good quality material that's authentic as well. But a lot of my clients do end up going on a holiday over there and want to be there.   Sharon: What are you looking for when you're there? You say it's hard to find the right things. What are you looking for?   Jennifer: I'm often hunting for early pieces that are by great artists, or things that are unusually aesthetically beautiful that impress me and are different to what I've found before. Or maybe it's similar to something I've found before, but I haven't seen something like that in a long time. It's a hunt for the rare and the unusual and the beautiful.    It's also visiting all my artists and seeing what is being made. In the winter, when they're planning to bring it to market in the summer, I'm talking with them about what they're going to make during the year. Am I going to set up a show with some of them? Can they make money if I buy from them at the Indian Market? Because they're trying to sell to the tourists at retail price. As a representative, I have to buy at a wholesale price, so I can buy it and present it to my clients here for a reasonable price. We talk about what they might build or make during the year. We talk about all of that. Would they like to come for a show? When would it suit both of us? It can't be in August, because I'm in America, or in September because I do my returns from my trip show. I have three other shows I do with my sister.     Then I'm looking, not for a huge amount of them, but for artworks and artifacts that are interesting, that resonate with the Southwest. Recently I got an old hunting lodge elk horn chandelier with little parchment shades over the lights. My electrician has to rewire it for the Australian current to hang it in the gallery. We're still working on that project. We've got to get it rewired and hung up in the ceiling and get a secure hook, but I'm bringing things into the gallery that make people feel connected with the Southwest.    There's something about that culture that—I don't know. I don't particularly believe in past lives and that kind of thing, but there's something about that culture that so resonates with me. I can't really explain it, but I just love it. It's the only place I feel at home when I get out of the plane and the Albuquerque airport, and I rent the car and head out to Zuni or wherever I'm going. If I'm driving across to Prescott or different places, I feel quite at home. It's a weird sensation. I also feel it while I'm here on the edge of the ocean. Those are two places where there's a sense of freedom and expanse and openness that I love.    Sharon: I can understand that. I can understand both the ocean and Santa Fe, with the light and the sunsets.   Jennifer: What is it? The plains, the wide-open spaces. It's a very open, incredible feeling of freedom. I don't know how to explain it. It is beautiful, and Santa Fe is very pretty with the housing and the pretty streets. Everything is adobe-style, and I do love that as an architectural form. It's very lovely, but what really is amazing is driving around the country in the Southwest. It's so open. I just love it. Just talking about it, I love it.   Sharon: Is there turquoise all over the country, all over the U.S.?   Jennifer: Only in the Southwest, so Nevada, I think some in Utah, and the very southern states. It comes from copper and iron areas, where you find copper and iron is mined heavily, thus the color of the turquoise. It's developed in veins within these mines. A lot of the beautiful turquoise like Bisbee and Villa Grove and Lander and some of the very rare or early turquoises were from small pockets of turquoise mines that were mined out and are now exhausted. You can't get those stones anymore, unless you get them from jewelry that was made some time ago with this quality of stone. Maybe somebody has been sitting on some raw material that they've yet to make things out of. Sometimes you buy at auction or estates, and you find old jewelry that has great stones, but the jewelry is ugly, so you pull it apart and give it to an artist to remake into a great piece.    A lot of the turquoise you get today, which is Sleeping Beauty or Kingman or from more general mines, it's more prolific in availability. A lot of it has been stabilized or treated so you can work with it. It's stronger and easier to work with, but getting good, natural stone is always my preference. If it's high grade, it won't change much in color because it's very dense and quite glossy. If it's more medium in grade, it'll be more porous, so more vulnerable to moisture acquisition. It will vary in color slightly over the years depending on your body oil. Not as much in the desert in the Southwest. The atmosphere there doesn't change it too much. Here in Australia, we're very humid, so it changes much differently than it does in the desert area. There's something charming about that. It's like it's alive. It's like it takes on some tones and colors of blue and green and everything in between depending on the wearer, the humidity, what country you live in. It's a very personal stone. It's like the stone and the sea. It's always changing.    Sharon: Can you look at a piece of turquoise and tell where it's from or if it's old?   Jennifer: Yes, you can tell whether it's recent and hasn't been around for very long. You can generally tell whether it's high grade, medium grade or low grade, depending on the density, the patina, the veining, all that kind of thing. Labeling what mine it comes from is a very tricky process because you have all these different mines scattered around the Southwest. Manassa is traditionally green, Kingman is traditionally blue, Blue Gem is traditionally very glossy, high grade and more of an aqua color. You'll get variations within the mine as well that tend a little more green or a little less or more polished. So, it'll look a little bit like another mine.   Then how old is the piece? I've been in discussion with dealers who have been handling turquoise for a long time. That will also help you decide where that stone probably came from, because that was the sort of stone they were using back when Leekya, for instance, was carving his turquoise stones. He liked the gentle, aqua-colored turquoise, and that was a particular stone. A more recent stone, Sleeping Beauty, is a high-grade, intense bluish stone. If it's more recently made, it's probably going to be that rather than Villa Grove, which is an older, softer, very blue stone, more of a cornflower blue. So yes, like anything, whether it be opals, pearls, old furniture, textiles, whatever, if you do your thing for long enough, you get to know all about it.   Sharon: And that's how you learned? You didn't study it, right?   Jennifer: I have a whole library here of books on North American Indian art, jewelry, painting, sculpture, kachinas, pottery, textiles. I've written articles all my life. I've been over there twice a year. I've looked at millions of pieces of jewelry, although not as many pieces of textiles and paintings and sculptures or pottery. So, it's experience, knowledge, rating, education. The hands-on piece is always significant. People like Teal McKibben, Lori Phillips, people who were before me, women in particular who I identify with, who spent their lives studying American Indian art. They've all passed away now or they're in their 80s. They taught me a lot, saying “Look at these. Look at how this is made and look at this stone.” It's been a life's education.   Sharon: It sounds like it. What's your favorite kind of jewelry?    Jennifer: My passionate thing that I love more than anything to this day is very early Navajo silversmithing and turquoise. That's what they call Villa Grove, or a sky blue turquoise stone. It's not as high-end as Blue Gem or Manassa or Lander or Indian Mountain—there's a whole lot of them—but I love the color. I love the soft, simple, understated, courageous and brave form of silver that the Navajo did in their silversmithing from learning to be blacksmiths, which is what they were first told they had to do. They were on the reservations shoeing the horses of the soldiers and the English and the French. Their talent for silversmithing evolved from that, with their strength and the creativity and simplicity and the beautiful execution of silver body adornment.    Originally it was all men making the silver things, so there's a masculine tone to it that I love as well. That's become the thing now. I'm wearing my salmon clothes. The balance of putting beautifully hammered, wonderful silver jewelry with simple sets of turquoise stone, on me, I just love it. Sometimes things are so beautiful. You look at so many things. How you can you tell why this one is better than this one? I say, “Well, look at it. Can't you see?” But that's me. So, that's probably my most passionate thing, early Navajo silver jewelry.   Then, after being in the business and dealing with it for a long time, I grew to really love Leekya Deyuse and Zuni carved turquoise jewelry. Leekya Deyuse was a Zuni carver that was probably working from the 1920s to the 1950s. He died in the 1960s fighting fires in Zuni. He was not all that old. Anyway, I have grown to love very much Leekya's carved turquoise. Not only turquoise; sometimes he did coral figures of leaves and bears and birds. His work is very hard to get, finely carved. He was one of the first guys who set the precedent of carving fetish necklaces on little animals and necklaces. He was one of the first to take the format of shell and stone and create it into a little medicine or good luck charm or protection from an animal. Then he took it another step further and started threading it on beads so you could wear it like a necklace. They are probably my two most favorite things to look for, really great Navajo jewelry and really great pieces by Leekya. There is certainly much more to it, but that's it if I was going to put it in a nutshell.   Sharon: Who should we keep our eyes on then?   Jennifer: Who's up and coming?   Sharon: Yes.   Jennifer: Cheryl Yestewa has been around for quite a long time, but I find her jewelry just fabulous and exploding in creativity in various ways. She works out of the desert, but she's into sea inspiration. Anyway, she's a wonderful artist.    I think Keri Ataumbi, who is—let me get the tribe right. Keri Ataumbi is Kiowa. She does really great work. I'm very excited about her work. We've had a couple of exhibitions of her work now, and she should be coming to her first exhibition in Sidney this Christmas.    Denise Wallace is a legend so she's not up and coming at all, but I think her son, David, is a great carver. Carving free form in ivory is a very difficult and challenging thing to do, and I think he's got a gift. I think David Wallace is somebody to watch. He's not putting himself out very much yet, but I think he's great.    I think for lapidary work—and she's been doing it for a while—she's the daughter of Cheryl Yestewa. Piki Wadsworth does the most beautiful lapidary. I think she just grows and excels and gets better and better at what she does. She's Hopi. I think these are the people that come to mind at the moment.    Every time I go down into Gallop, I have a look at different artists' works that are up and coming. A lot of them are doing some really interesting work, but a lot of them aren't wanting to go to Santa Fe or get high-profile or get noticed. I have to rely on people I know from that region to collect their work during the year. Then I go to them and see what they've made.   Sharon: It sounds very exciting. Thank you so much for being with us. It's been great talking with you.   Jennifer: It's been my pleasure and so much fun. I hope you do come to the Indian Market one day.   Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.

The County 10 Podcast
The County 10 Podcast with Tyler McCann and Tasha Messenger all about the Beef Roundup at CWC

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 16:13


(Riverton, WY)- The Rendezvous City Beef Roundup is just days away. Tyler and Tasha join the County 10 Podcast with Jerrad and Charene to give us the details on the beef. Tyler Mccann is the owner of Wyoming Cowboy Cuts and the founder of the beef roundup. Tasha is the owner of The Messenger Girls located in Lander and comes from a ranching family. The excitement and passion for Wyoming agriculture runs deep. Tyler and Tasha discuss the roundup that is coming up on September 10th at CWC. More importantly though, Tyler discusses Wyoming leading the charge in beef production, processing and how they provide that service to the public, which is unlike anywhere else in the country. We are very lucky and you will feel even better about the beef we have in Wyoming after listening to this podcast below. You can find the schedule and purchase tickets here. I am super excited about joining as a judge this year and hope to help for years to come. I am one of many top judges that you can find on the Rendezvous City Beef roundup Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/Beefroundup

The County 10 Podcast
Mental Health Monday: FCSD #1 hosting two youth-centric mental health speaker presentations this month

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 15:55


(Lander, WY) – Mental Health Monday, the weekly segment on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time, hosted by Vince Tropea, continued today with guest Matt Jacobson, the Community Relations Coordinator/Parent Liaison for Fremont County School District (FCSD) #1. Matt stopped by to discuss two mental health related events coming up for the district, one on September 15th, and the other on September 22. On the 15th, Laura Stack with the non-profit Johnny's Ambassadors (which Stack created after losing her son to suicide when he became addicted to high potency THC products), will speak on the dangers of modern youth marijuana use. On the 22nd, Dr. Lisa Strohman, a well known psychologist specializing in tech addiction, will give a presentation on social media and its negative impact on adolescents.  Check out the full Mental Health Monday interview with Jacobson below to learn more about the events. The main goal of Mental Health Monday is to start an open dialogue about a number of mental health topics, and how folks are being affected on local, state and national levels. Guests range from psychiatrists, psychologists, school/drug/grief counselors, and any other professionals in the field, as well as testimonials from those affected by mental health issues, such as students, veterans, first responders, and many more. Be sure to check out Mental Health Monday on Coffee Time every Monday, and tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here. If you would like to be a guest on Mental Health Monday, please reach out to vince@county10.com.

Union Radio
Román Lozinski || Observatorio Electoral propone voto electrónico para que venezolanos en exterior puedan participar en presidenciales

Union Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 11:23


Luis Lander, miembro del Observatorio Electoral Venezolano (OEV), propuso el voto electrónico como alternativa para que los venezolanos en el exterior puedan participar en las elecciones presidenciales. Explicó que esta alternativa requiere de grandes acuerdos políticos entre las partes. Lander indicó que el CNE debería realizar una iniciativa legislativa donde se diseñe el mecanismo para que los venezolanos en el exterior puedan votar, insistiendo en que es un camino complicado pero no imposible. «Hay pocas probabilidades que la cantidad de venezolanos en el exterior puedan participar por las pocas sedes diplomáticas actuales que tiene Venezuela» añadió. Recordó que los venezolanos en el exterior solamente pueden votar en elecciones presidenciales o en referéndum de carácter nacional. También te puede interesar: Rector Márquez: No se difundirá el reglamento sobre voto en el exterior hasta no discutirlo. El miembro del OEV aseguró que la Constitución Nacional, no establece ningún trámite, más que la cédula de identidad y ser mayor de edad,  para votar dentro o fuera del país. «Nuestra normativa electoral está estructurada con un voto en el exterior pequeño, habían muy pocos venezolanos viviendo fuera y esta no es la realidad actual» acotó. Destacó que el registro electoral de venezolanos en el exterior es de 100 mil electores y se estima que hay cuatro millones de votantes en el extranjero.

The Ultimate Business Quest
Ultimate Business Quest - Interview 30yr Master Negotiator, Mike Lander - "Sales is NOT Negotiating"

The Ultimate Business Quest

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 70:59


Mike Lander is a successful entrepreneur and expert negotiator, with a proven track record of buying, growing, and selling businesses for seven-figure sums.He has a uniquely valuable perspective on negotiating commercial deals, having worked on both sides of the table as a Procurement Director and an entrepreneur.He now uses his specialist knowledge and experience negotiating hundreds of deals worth £400m+ to empower leaders and sales teams to negotiate more profitable deals with procurement.His Podcast and Articles in "The Drum" are real world, real life techniques that all business leaders and owners need to have to increase, sales, contract depth & length and the differences in just straight sales vs Negotiating.https://piscari.com/FREE : https://ck.piscari.com/email-referral-signup

RNZ: Standing Room Only
New Arts Laureate, weaver and artist Dr Maureen Lander

RNZ: Standing Room Only

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 14:49


Maori visual artist Dr Maureen Lander is a visionary, a leading exponent of weaving, both customary and experimental, an installation artist and a mentor to many. Added to her extensive list of achievements is now being named as one of our latest Arts Foundation Laureates. Back in 1984 Maureen learnt flax harvesting, processing and weaving techniques from the hugely respected weaver and artist, Diggeress Te Kanawa. While honouring these traditional techniques, the Elam Art School graduate also integrates them with Western art materials like nylon fishing line and mesh. In 2020 Dr Maureen Lander became a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to Maori art. She talks with Lynn Freeman about her life, her work and her recent collaborations with the wahine Maori Mata Aho Collective, also named as one of this year's Arts Laureates.

You Decide with Errol Louis
Brad Lander: Hurricane Ida one year later

You Decide with Errol Louis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 34:03


As the city marks the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Ida and more than 100 families remain displaced, city Comptroller Brad Lander joined Errol to discuss the push to legalize basement apartments in the five boroughs and explain why the city denied thousands of property damage claims. He also shared what he saw during a recent visit to Rikers Island and reacted to Mayor Eric Adams' remarks questioning the plan to close the notorious jail complex. And from the city's employment levels to rising rent prices, he weighed in on the state of the city's economy. Join the conversation, weigh in on Twitter using the hashtag #NY1YouDecide or give us a call at 212-379-3440 and leave a message. Or send an email to YourStoryNY1@charter.com

The Climbing Advocate
Episode #44- Kris Hampton and Josie McKee

The Climbing Advocate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 83:30


On today's episode, we're joined by Kris Hampton of Power Company Climbing and Josie McKee of the Central Wyoming Climbers Alliance. Together with these Lander locals, we discuss what it means to be a better climber. Being a better climber goes beyond improving at climbing and includes our social and environmental impacts. Kris and Josie offer their thoughts on what they have learned from other climbers that Kris has spoken with on his podcast and how Josie has addressed these on an organizational level. Josie also dives into her role as executive director of the Central Wyoming Climbers Alliance. We talk through the organization's mission and its latest projects, including opportunities for youth to climb the Grand Teton and tackling controversial route names in the Lander area. Tune in to hear more of this lively discussion with Kris and Josie about being better climbers and local Lander happenings. 5:23- Kris' intro 14:16- Josie's intro 21:22- Founding of Power Company Climbing 30:19- WyoClimbers support for underserved communities 33:43- Working with the local guide service in Lander 35:22- Kris' biggest lessons from podcasting 40:06- Takeaways from our mutual podcast guests 43:16- Josie's opportunities to discuss these matters 46:46- The power of words 52:13- Route naming and other harmful words 1:03:30- Are Kris and Josie hopeful for the future? 1:05:53- The Central Wyoming Climbers Alliance/WyoClimbers 1:11:53- The BARF- Bolt and Anchor Replacement Fund 1:16:04- How climbers can stay engaged in advocacy Kris' Instagram: @powercompanyclimbing Power Company Climbing: https://www.powercompanyclimbing.com/ Josie's Instagram:@josie_mckee_ Central Wyoming Climbers Alliance: http://www.wyomingclimbers.org/ International Climbers Festival: https://www.climbersfestival.org/

The County 10 Podcast
Mental Health Monday: Next month is suicide prevention month, Fremont Counseling Services to host two events on September 8

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 27:29


(Lander, WY) – Mental Health Monday, the new weekly segment on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time, hosted by Vince Tropea, continued today with guest Becky Parker (MS, LPC), the Clinical Director at Fremont Counseling Service. September is Suicide Prevention Month, and Parker stopped by to talk about the Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention Day happening at two locations in Fremont County on September 8. h/t Fremont Counseling Service image In addition to sharing details about the event, Becky provided a little background information on who she is and what she does at Fremont Counseling Services, what Counselors can do that family and friends cannot, and the overall services and resources they provide. Check out the full Mental Health Monday interview with Parker below. The main goal of Mental Health Monday is to start an open dialogue about a number of mental health topics, and how folks are being affected on local, state and national levels. Guests range from psychiatrists, psychologists, school/drug/grief counselors, and any other professionals in the field, as well as testimonials from those affected by mental health issues, such as students, veterans, first responders, and many more. Be sure to check out Mental Health Monday on Coffee Time every Monday, and tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here. If you would like to be a guest on Mental Health Monday, please reach out to vince@county10.com.

Pilates Elephants
101. There are only 3 exercises in the world and Cat Stretch is 2 of them, with Heath Lander and Raphael Bender

Pilates Elephants

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 60:48


Heath shares his simple framework for programming group classes. This is a straightforward way to progress your clients from wherever they're at, towards the more challenging exercises in the repertoire. Resources mentioned in the episode: Snake/Twist https://vimeo.com/277935444/45ccbb0f0a (here) Tendon stretch https://vimeo.com/277929768/a944590ffb (here) Long back stretch https://vimeo.com/277928646/3185a1b490 (here) Layering up to tendon stretch/long back stretch https://vimeo.com/275970181/3c1a390a47 (here) High bridge https://vimeo.com/295323738/00c9ae9c63 (here) Teaser https://vimeo.com/295323661/eb98278347 (here) Russian squats https://vimeo.com/250429911/ed706cb26d (here) Connect with Heath on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/contrologycollective/ (here) Learn more https://breathe-education.com/blog/become-a-better-instructor/only-3-exercises-in-the-world/ (here). This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy AdBarker - https://adbarker.com/privacy

PWTorch VIP Podcasts
PWTorch VIP Podcast for Everyone - Bonus Point w/Tom Stoup: Coach Sean Hayes departs WWE for XFL, Valerie Loureda's first month, more

PWTorch VIP Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 54:56


SHOW SUMMARY: Tom Stoup covers WWE Performance Center Strength & Conditioning Director Sean Hayes' departure from WWE to become the XFL Director of Player Performance, D-Von Dudley's new role behind the scenes of NXT, the SummerSlam tryout including Big E's presence and the fourteen resulting WWE Next In Line signings, notables of the seventeen further signings announced by WWE, and Bellator fighter Valerie Loureda's first month at the Performance Center including a live event introduction and her first practice match, along with other observations. Stoup also provides thoughts on the debut of Bronco Nima and Lucien Price as a tag team, as well as character tweaks for NXT Level Up talent Damaris Griffin, Bryson Montana, Amari Miller, Myles Borne, Arianna Grace, Javier Bernal, Hank Walker, Sol Ruca, Quincy Elliot, and Kelly Kincaid. Finally, Stoup speculates as to Parker Boudreaux's potential WWE future after Boudreaux was released and has since been seen all over AEW programming. Most shockingly, however: no obligatory Steph de Lander mention this month! The streak… is over. Unless episode descriptions count.Bonus Point is PWTorch's monthly VIP supplement tracking and analyzing WWE's developmental system as primarily filtered through NXT Level Up.

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Travelling musician Rigby Summer performs in Sinks Canyon tonight, listen in for details

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 27:47


(Lander, WY) – On today's episode of KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time, host Vince Tropea chatted with Rigby Summer, a traveling musician who will be performing in Sinks Canyon tonight. Rigby will be playing at the Sawmill Campground in Sinks Canyon as a part of the Lander Creative Arts Club 'Sinks Series,' and the free show will begin at 7:00 PM, with opening act Nightfire. In addition to providing info on tonight's performance, Rigby shared how she ended up a recurring musician in Fremont County despite not living here, the "something special about this place" aspect of Lander's creative community, and some stories from the road. Check out the full Coffee Time interview with Rigby below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

The Power Company Podcast
Prerna Dangi | Finding Her Power

The Power Company Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 72:18


Every summer, Kris emcees the International Climbers Festival here in Lander, Wyoming. One of his favorite parts of doing the event is being able to introduce the keynote speakers. It was quite a lineup this year, with big names like Chris Kalous and Brittany Goris. But it was one of the opening speakers who ended up stealing the show: Indian climber and force of nature, Prerna Dangi. Prerna's time in Lander was just one of many stops she's making this year on a big climbing trip throughout the US. With plenty of hours logged in the alpine, on a rope, and over crash pads, she's got experience and goals on ice, rock, and beyond. But her biggest goal of all — and the one she's certainly dedicating the most to — is to continue building an empowered community of female climbers in India. DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE: How Prerna got her start in climbing. The climbing scene in India and how it differs from here in the US. The ongoing development of climbing in India. How organizations like CLAW (Climb Like a Woman) are empowering women in India to climb. How Prerna is finding her power — as a climber, a role model, and a community leader.   Support Prerna through The Climbing Leadership Fund! Learn more about CLAW - Climb Like a Woman! Follow Prerna on Instagram!   The Power Company Podcast is brought to you by Power Company Climbing and is a proud member of the Plug Tone Audio Collective. You can help us keep episodes ad-free by becoming a Patron for as little as $3 a month. Find full episode transcripts and more at our website.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
New York City Comptroller Brad Lander at the Port Authority this morning to welcome another bus of migrants, a rally for advocates of congestion pricing is underway, NYPD releases memo ordering cops not to congregate or take part in unnecessary conversati

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 5:21


The County 10 Podcast
Lander Biz Show: Guardian Flight

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 35:26


(Lander, WY) - Each week the Lander Chamber of Commerce makes it possible for us to get to know another Lander-area business much better. This week, we chat with Nicci Urbigkit from Guardian Flight about the services they offer, what it's like to be a vital part of the health care community and how they're helping our communities.

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Veteran Jordan Stevenson shares his story, gives info about Saturday’s Guardian Project benefit

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 20:00


(Lander, WY) – KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea sat down today with NAVY Veteran Jordan Stevenson and White Heart Foundation Founder and Executive Director Ryan Sawtelle, who stopped by to talk about the Foundation's Guardian Project benefit dinner and raffle, happening this Saturday. In addition to giving us the details on the benefit dinner and the history of the Foundation and Project, Stevenson shared his personal story of seeing combat in Afghanistan in 2011, where he sustained a bullet wound to the head. After being in a coma for almost two months, Stevenson defied the odds and has since recovered to the point of being able to walk and speak again, but still in the process of both physical and mental recovery. Stevenson later took part in the first Guardian Project in 2016, and will serve as a mentor for this year's outdoor excursions. To hear Stevenson's full story and to learn more about the benefit dinner this weekend, listen below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

In Lieu of Fun
Minna Ålander on Finland, Sweden, and NATO

In Lieu of Fun

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 60:12


Streamed live on May 20, 2022 Wherein Minna Ålander, Research Assistant at Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, joins us to discuss Sweden, Finland, and NATO! Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The MetalSucks Podcast
#452 Morgan Lander (Kittie)

The MetalSucks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 74:43 Very Popular


Morgan Lander of Kittie is our guest this week! We discuss how the When We Were Young Festival started the ball rolling for them to reunite, creating the documentary on the history of the band, the importance of being able to tell their story on there own terms and how the reunion has sparked a renewed interest in the band. Over the course of our discussion, we also talk about the positive of keeping some distance with fans and going on a hiatus, the Kittie album Lander would prefer to play in its entirety, her new project Karkaos and its current status, what her current deadline is for new music from Kittie, and her thoughts on rerecording their classic debut album for its 25th anniversary. Petar and Brandon report on going to Psycho Vegas this weekend, Jimmy Page not collaborating with Ozzy Osbourne on his new album, and Charlie Benante telling haters to stay at him when Pantera reunites. Song: Kittie “Cutthroat” Song: Telekinetic Yeti “Ancient Nug” Song: Fallujah “Radiant Ascension” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brian Mørk Show
Brian Mørk Show #431: Natasha Brock & Victor Lander

Brian Mørk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 41:45


Både Lander og Brock har så mange jokes at de er nødt til at tage på hver deres standup turné lige om lidt, og du er nok nødt til at købe billetter. Og så er der besøg af forfatterne til en ny bog. En gyser-erotisk-kogebogs-thriller hvor man selv bestemmer handlingen. Megen moro.  

How I Spent My Allowance
How I Spent My Allowance S6E4 The Parched Sea Chaps 8-10

How I Spent My Allowance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 53:10


A lot of stuff not about the book, but we think the new D&D trailer is cool.

Herejes: El Podcast
E120: El gurú violento , prófugo, que hace hablar a las vacas (con el testimonio de Ana Belén Lander)

Herejes: El Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 73:17


¡Escucha nuestra mini temporada exclusiva en Podimo! https://podimo.com/latam/herejes Apoya Herejes: https://www.patreon.com/herejeselpodcast Merch https://www.staymetal666.mitiendanube.com/ Hoy vamos a hablar de un Gurú que fundó su propio país (aunque nadie sabe dónde queda), que creó su propia moneda (aunque en ningún lado la aceptan), que hace hablar a vacas y monos (aunque nadie los oyó), y que desmintió a Einstein ( de manera hermosa). Ahora, eso sí, sus violaciones, golpes, malos tratos y mentiras, son conocidas por muchos. En particular, por una testigo directa de todo, cómo fue nuestra invitada, Ana Belen Lander, quien por primera vez cuenta sus vivencias en un Ashram del terror. Con ustedes, la historia de Nithyananda, a la manera de Herejes el Podcast. - Ale Durán - https://twitter.com/FunkBob - - https://www.instagram.com/corsario.hereje/ - Ale Vázquez -  https://instagram.com/vasco.hereje/ - Bobby López - https://twitter.com/BobbyEsqvlz - https://www.instagram.com/bobby.hereje/ - Ana Belén Lander - https://www.instagram.com/anabelenlander/  

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: The Lander Presents free concert summer series wraps up tonight with Futurebirds; listen for details

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 11:25


(Lander, WY) – KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea sat down today with Jenna Ackerman, one of the organizers tonight's Lander Presents free concert in Lander City Park. Tonight's act is Futurebirds, an Athens, GA based rock band currently touring the country and promoting their new EP with My Morning Jacket guitarist Carl Broemel. The show starts around 5:30 with opening act Sghetti, with Futurebirds scheduled to take the stage at around 7:00 PM. Folks can also purchase t-shirts and a limited edition event poster signed by the band to help fund/support Lander Presents. https://www.facebook.com/landerpresents/posts/pfbid04MPndufWnRqJCFP2LremsiQQiZQ8Ds12HKXiSd5usC6cyCpVdeNHF2bwKzyRFvCpl Check out the full Coffee Time interview with Ackerman below for more details about the show, and to learn more about Lander Presents. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

The County 10 Podcast
Lander Biz Show: Josh McNary, NOLS

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 46:01


(Lander, WY) - The Lander Biz Show highlights a different Lander-area business each week. On this episode, we chat with the National Outdoor Leadership School Wilderness Medicine Staffing Manager, Josh McNary. The Lander Chamber of Commerce makes the show possible and we're joined as usual on this episode by Executive Director, Owen Sweeney.

Weekend Superstars with George Molton & John McHugh

Multi instrumentalist, singer songwriter Maggie Lander. She shares her story of playing music with local talent and hitting the road with The Nashville Celts!

Utah Utes Interviews
Camp Kyle - Lander Barton LB - 8-16-22

Utah Utes Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 2:57


The County 10 Podcast
Mental Health Monday: What is a Substance Abuse Mental Health Ombudsman?

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 23:11


(Lander, WY) – Mental Health Monday, the new weekly segment on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time, hosted by Vince Tropea, continued today with guest Kelly Headley, the Substance Abuse Mental Health Ombudsman for the state of Wyoming, under the Wyoming Guardianship Corporation. Kelly filled us in on what exactly a Substance Abuse Mental Health Ombudsman does, and the services the guardianship process provides for those who are no longer mentally fit to take care for themselves. In addition to sharing her background, Kelly also explained why/how substance abuse plays such a large role in terms of mental health. To learn more, check out the full Mental Health Monday interview with Kelly below. The main goal of Mental Health Monday is to start an open dialogue about a number of mental health topics, and how folks are being affected on local, state and national levels. Guests range from psychiatrists, psychologists, school/drug/grief counselors, and any other professionals in the field, as well as testimonials from those affected by mental health issues, such as students, veterans, first responders, and many more. Be sure to check out Mental Health Monday on Coffee Time every Monday, and tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here. If you would like to be a guest on Mental Health Monday, please reach out to vince@county10.com.

The County 10 Podcast
County 10 Kickoff Show: Major League University puts a mindset in the sport of baseball and mental health

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 11:25


(Fremont County, WY) - Sports have always been a test of physical ability as well as the mental aspect. This episode of the County 10 Kickoff Show features Major League University with Co-founder Austin Byler. We discuss what the organization is about, how the organization helps develop baseball athletes, and learn the sports even more with the mental aspect of the game. In addition, we talked about the camp that will be coming to Lander on August 20th and 21st. The County 10 Kickoff Show airs Fridays at 5:20 p.m. on KOVE 1330 A.M. and 107.7 F.M. You can also find it streaming on our website. And, you can listen to this week's full episode below. Check out Major League University's website to learn more about them.

The County 10 Podcast
Lander Biz Show: Fremont Orthopeadics

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 10:01


(Lander, WY) - The Lander Biz Show is made possible each week by the Lander Chamber of Commerce. This week, we briefly chat with Riley Zgurich from Fremont Orthopedics who tells us about the services they offer and what's new with the business.

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Cyclist traveling from Florida to Alaska to raise funds for ‘Tackle Kids Cancer’ stops in Lander, shares story

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 14:51


(Lander, WY) – KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea got another surprise guest this week in the form of Ian Randman, a recent college grad and cyclist traveling from the southernmost point in the continental US (Key West, FL) to the northernmost point in North America accessible by road (Prudhoe, AK), as a fundraiser in memory of his cousin, Joshua Randman, who passed away in January 2018 following a three-year cancer battle. Ian Randman. h/t Vince Tropea photo Ian dropped by the KOVE studio Tuesday to tell us his story on his way through town, and shared some of the amazing moments he has experienced along the way, including meeting kind folks who served as impromptu tour guides, getting chased by wild dogs while cycling at night, and a voluntary sleepover at a police station that offered to let him crash for the night. Ian Randman. h/t Vince Tropea photo You can follow Ian's journey here, as well as check out his daily blog here, which now includes a photo of host Tropea with his dog, and Ian's new best friend, Downtown Moxie Brown, who happened to be at the station when Ian stopped by. h/t Ian Randman photo For the full Coffee Time interview with Randman, listen below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

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Coffee Time: Bear sighted in Lander Saturday; WGFD’s Large Carnivore Conflict Coordinator fills us in

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 8:01


(Lander, WY) – KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea had a surprise guest on Wednesday's show in the form of Brian DeBolt, the Large Carnivore Conflict Coordinator for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. DeBolt stopped by to let folks know that a black bear was sighted in Lander Saturday night, near Smith and McDougall. An LPD officer was the one who spotted the bear, and captured the following footage on their dashcam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjSoGvs9bmU While the bear posed no immediate threat at the time and hasn't been sighted since, DeBolt stated that one of the main reasons bears come into town is because deer have become more commonplace in city limits from folks regularly feeding them, which he also advised against doing. Check out the full Coffee Time interview with DeBolt below for more information and advice on how to avoid any unwanted bear visits. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.