Thanks for joining us for episode four of This Is Jesus: Season 3.We're living in the golden age of binge-worthy, documentary-style storytelling—reflected in the popularity of shows like Tiger King and The Last Dance. But, the original might be The Gospel According to Luke. It's like an ancient docu-series that seamlessly weaves together archival footage (writings), eyewitness interviews, and expert commentary to tell the story of Jesus in dozens of episodes spanning multiple seasons. It's an inside-look at the conversations and controversies surrounding his rise from humble roots in Nazareth, his crucifixion in Jerusalem, and the twist ending that created a movement that's still going strong two thousand years later.
Hark! It's an 87th Precinct podcast bonus episode. The year is 2000. The millenium has ticked over and we're still not flying in personal rockets to the moon. However, we have finished reading the 50th novel in McBain's series, The Last Dance. As usual we look at the book covers of the UK and US editions, as well as some other international versions, then delve into the charts, movies and TV of the year to recall what life was like for us as we entered the future space year 2000! We'll be back soon with our main episode on Book 51 - Money, Money, Money. Fare thee well.
Three members of the Toronto-based company Generator discuss their approach to inclusive hiring practices as recently demonstrated during their call for new organizational leadership. While the search has concluded with https://generatorto.com/updates/leadership-sep-21 (their recent appointment), you can still check out the archived position posting https://generatorto.com/apply/leadership?fbclid=IwAR2u0e3akI9kx9YdjSp360gCau_DKv5NEQKPJohWTfTn8d-LtKlAc7Nz0Ik (here). SEDINA FIATI is a Toronto based performer, producer, director, creator and activist for stage and screen. Proudly Black and queer, Sedina is deeply invested in artistic work that explores the intersection between art and activism, either in form or structure or ideally both. Sedina is currently Artist-Activist in Residence at Nightwood Theatre and proud founding member of the Black Pledge Collective. Sedina was the co-chair of ACTRA Toronto's Diversity Committee and 2nd VP of council for Canadian Actors' Equity Association. Sedina has worked with Generator since 2018, focusing on providing mentorship, program development and coordination for the Artist Producer Training Program. Upcoming projects: Switching Queen(s) (devised street performance), Last Dance (a web series). KRISTINA LEMIEUX (she/her) is an accomplished arts manager with more than 20 years of professional experience. She is also a contemporary dancer. Raised in Treaty 6 territory (rural Alberta), Kristina lived in Edmonton, attending the University of Alberta, for 10 years before heading to Vancouver where her passion for the arts has driven collaboration, creation, and innovation in the Vancouver arts scene for over a decade. After working with Generator in a freelance capacity for several years, Kristina made the move to Toronto in January 2017 to take on the role of Lead Producer of Generator. Kristina has worked with many of Vancouver's leading art organizations: Brief Encounters, Arts Umbrella, New Works, Out On Screen (Queer Film Festival), Vancouver International Bhangra Celebration, PTC Playwrights Theatre Centre, Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists/West Chapter (CADA/West), Tara Cheyenne Performance, Made in BC - Dance on Tour, Theatre Replacement, Progress Lab 1422, The Post at 750 (110 Arts Cooperative), Vancouver International Dance Festival (VIDF), Up in the Air Theatre (rEvolver Festival), Music on Main, and Vancouver Art Gallery. She co-founded Polymer Dance, a group dedicated to bringing dance experiences to non-professional dancers. Kristina remains tied to Vancouver through her project Scaffold, a coaching and skill development service designed to support performing artists and groups. She is the co-founder and Creative Producer of F-O-R-M (Festival of Recorded Movement) and works frequently with the Dancers of Damelahamid and Coastal Dance Festival. Kristina is passionate about generating dialogue in the arts and, to this end, earned a certificate in Dialogue and Civic Engagement from Simon Fraser University. In all that she does she works to support independent artists across performing disciplines in finding ways to make art outside of the currently prescribed modes. TED WITZEL (he/him) is a queer theatre-maker and arts leader based in toronto / tkaròn:to. primarily a director, ted is also variously a dramaturg, curator, teacher, writer, translator, designer, and performer. he has worked in theatres in vancouver, montreal, stratford, ottawa, london, berlin, milan, palermo, stuttgart, ingolstadt, baden-baden and bad hersfeld. ted is currently the artistic associate for the stratford festival lab, overseeing the company's research and development programs. these include a broad portfolio of new works in development, systems-change initiatives, creative residencies, and a collection of artistic explorations and programs that aim to help imagine the future orientation of the company. in 2018, he was selected as an artistic leadership resident at the national theatre school, and...
Thanks for joining us for episode three of This Is Jesus: Season 3.We're living in the golden age of binge-worthy, documentary-style storytelling—reflected in the popularity of shows like Tiger King and The Last Dance. But, the original might be The Gospel According to Luke. It's like an ancient docu-series that seamlessly weaves together archival footage (writings), eyewitness interviews, and expert commentary to tell the story of Jesus in dozens of episodes spanning multiple seasons. It's an inside-look at the conversations and controversies surrounding his rise from humble roots in Nazareth, his crucifixion in Jerusalem, and the twist ending that created a movement that's still going strong two thousand years later.
Much like Pippa Pascal on this here TV program, the hosts of To L and Back have some trust issues! We've gone from epic highs (the karaoke episode) to some extreme lows, and so despite our best efforts and despite the number of shindigs in this episode, it's a little hard to relax into this installment of our much beloved television series. Because yes, while it's firmly homecoming season in the real world, in The L Word it's prom night! Angie is wearing a suit and grappling with her feelings about not getting the chance to meet her donor. The adults gather at Bette's to drink, gossip, and make-out in inappropriate places! Meanwhile, Sophie tries to search for Finley by making phone calls to various law enforcement agencies while also fighting with her family because we only have one episode left so you know things gotta get capital-S Serious... Follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @tolandback Follow Riese everywhere at @autowin and her esteemed website @autostraddle. Join our membership program, A+, to ensure our site lasts as long as this show did! Follow Drew Gregory (@draw_gregory) and Analyssa Lopez (@analoco_ & @analocaa) Theme song: Be Steadwell @besteadwell Gen Q Logo: Jacqi Ko @yojaxko Episode Produced, Mixed, Edited: Lauren Klein @laurentaylorklein
(Episode 174) Nick and Nick discuss the Pens weekend wins in the NHL Preseason, and joined by NHL.com Writer Wes Crosby to break down the Pens season outlook. Tune In!!!! We Discuss: Jake Guentzel becomes 2nd Penguins player to test positive for COVID this preseason Penguins go 2-0 in preseason action over the weekend Hextall and Co. cut 10+ players from main camp Wes Crosby joins the show (12:10) Life without Crosby and Malkin to start the season Who needs to step up this season Is this "The Last Dance" for the Penguins? The top podcast for the most avid Penguins fans! Tune in as hosts Nick Brlansky and Nick Horwat bring you all of the Pittsburgh Penguins top news and analysis every Monday & Thursday as part of The Hockey Podcast Network. Listen weekly and remember every day is “A Great Day for Hockey”! @IceBurghPodcast @Hockeypodnet Presented by DraftKings - Use Promo Code THPN at sign up for exclusive offers!
Hark! It's an 87th Precinct podcast It's the 21st century and Ed McBain has just released the 50th book in the 87th Precinct series. It's The Last Dance and we're back to the theatre again for a tangled tale of drugs, murders, intellectual property rights and homonyms. Is it a worthy celebration for the 50th tale or a mess of bits and pieces? Find out what we think here. As usual our bonus episode looking at the year in more context will be along soon. Fare Thee Well.
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Thanks for joining us for episode two of This Is Jesus: Season 3."We're living in the golden age of binge-worthy, documentary-style storytelling—reflected in the popularity of shows like Tiger King and The Last Dance. But, the original might be The Gospel According to Luke. It's like an ancient docu-series that seamlessly weaves together archival footage (writings), eyewitness interviews, and expert commentary to tell the story of Jesus in dozens of episodes spanning multiple seasons. It's an inside-look at the conversations and controversies surrounding his rise from humble roots in Nazareth, his crucifixion in Jerusalem, and the twist ending that created a movement that's still going strong two thousand years later."
The Wendy's Big Show, Hour 1: We just went through a frustrating drama-filled offseason that put fans through the torture of wondering whether or not Aaron Rodgers would return to Green Bay. Now, some of that has creeped into the regular season with early team struggles and the “Last Dance' mentality. As a fan, can you even enjoy the regular season? LeRoy, Gary, and Sparky debate. Jon Heyman from the MLB Network and Audacy Sports joins the show to talk about the struggling Brewers and surging Cardinals. He said he believes the Brewers are in cruise control and will be back at it into the postseason. However, he considers the three best teams in baseball to be in the National League. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Well boys, we've come for one more. Nael brings his best beer yet to the show, Vic brings a taste of New England that would make Vince Vaughn proud and Ty Caps it off with a bomber from the great state of Texas. 2 of The best happy hour & Brisket Spots in Chicago and the boys recap the Get the Brews Saga. Cheers!
Thanks for joining us for episode one of This Is Jesus: Season 3.We're living in the golden age of binge-worthy, documentary-style storytelling—reflected in the popularity of shows like Tiger King and The Last Dance. But, the original might be The Gospel According to Luke. It's like an ancient docu-series that seamlessly weaves together archival footage (writings), eyewitness interviews, and expert commentary to tell the story of Jesus in dozens of episodes spanning multiple seasons. It's an inside-look at the conversations and controversies surrounding his rise from humble roots in Nazareth, his crucifixion in Jerusalem, and the twist ending that created a movement that's still going strong two thousand years later.
Het is The Last Dance in Leuven deze week, voor onze oud-wereldkampioenen Anna van der Breggen en Chantal van den Broek - Blaak. Nog één keer mogen ze strijden om de regenboogtrui - en zoals we inmiddels gewoon zijn rijdt de voornaamste concurrentie óók in het oranje. Ten opzichte van de Olympische Wegrit - ja die ja - zelfs vier oranjevrouwen extra: want naast Van den Broek-Blaak staan ook Lucinda Brand, Ellen van Dijk en Amy Pieters aan de start. Net als Anna Kiesenhofer trouwens - we zeggen het nog maar even, voor het geval ze weer meegaat in een kansloze vroege vlucht. Hoe dan ook - en as always bij onze dames: it's ours to lose. Cycling's coming home, maar die trui - die gaat mee naar Nederland.Deze aflevering wordt gepresenteerd door Willem Dudok en Jonne Seriese - met als speciale gast: Arjan Zoer. De Rode Lantaarn wordt verder mede mogelijk gemaakt door Toto, Auto.nl, Canyon, Hetiskoers.nl, Dag en Nacht Media en inmiddels meer dan 1100
In Equities:With sentiment firmly cautious the major indices grind to a fork in the road, teetering on the edge of price action in either direction. What lurks on the horizon? The prospect of a crack up in the Chinese economy presaged by the implosion of real estate firm Evergrande. A soft taper so well telegraphed by the Fed that policy in the West couldn't possibly be a surprise. And a general spirit of caution in the markets that suggests...surely a correction must be coming? No one knows for sure.In the interest of a selective trade, we turn to traditional Energy (XLE), a sector so badly drubbed by talk of electric vehicles, the carbon future and the death of fossil fuels that it starts to look appetizing. But is it a proper value trade or a value trap? We think oil and gas might be due for a final moment in the sun. But not content to go long in conventional fashion, we look at ERX (2x leveraged XLE).In Crypto:With the majors Bitcoin and Ethereum in consolidation, we broaden our exposure to Crypto with a host of dubious alternative tokens. Each more ridiculous sounding than the next:1) Internet Computer (ICP)2) Axie Infinity (AXS)3) Chiliz (CHZ)4) Polkadot (DOT)Charts:XLE (Energy Index)https://www.tradingview.com/x/gNzNMjcu/ERX (2x leverage bull Energy Index)https://www.tradingview.com/x/ml3sxVk4/
After way too many technical difficulties, we are finally baaaaack! We will not be posting full episodes on YouTube until further notice; all episodes will still be on lee3pods.com, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. The YouTube channel “Flags and Fouls Highlights” will still be live. We start with what we recorded last week: a look at the NFL season before it started, specifically the Cowboys, Texans and Saints, and the Russell Westbrook trade and whether LeBron has another superteam or not (34:37). Then, we react to the first week of NFL action and it devolves into who the best quarterbacks are (46:33), debut our “Throw a Flag” segment (58:27), and make our NFL Game Picks for Week 2 (1:03:35). Game Picks Post: https://www.lee3pods.com/2021/09/09/ff-s2-e1-nfl-game-picks/ Post-game interview with Jameis Winston: https://twitter.com/nflonfox/status/1437208617397194756?s=21 Rodgers and Adams post Last Dance on IG stories: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/10008556-aaron-rodgers-davante-adams-post-michael-jordan-scottie-pippen-last-dance-photo Giants meme: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTxuvDjrkXM/ Mina Kimes tweet about Dan Orlovsky’s “greatest talent”: https://twitter.com/minakimes/status/1437905724630315009 Dan Orlovsky runs out the back of the endzone in 2008: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0OkR986LL4 Follow us @flagsandfouls on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok Subscribe to YouTube Highlights Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWFv50oNG96cBaE2yNHOwFA Theme and End Music: “Wake Up – Instrumental” by Wataboi from Pixabay Middle Music: “Stairway” by Patrick Patrikios from YouTube Audio Library Throw a Flag Music: “Brass Orchid” by Bobby Richards from YouTube Audio Library Whistle and Applause sound effects from FreeSFX: freesfx.co.uk
Disappointing? Nay. Embarrassing? Getting closer. DEFCON 5 alert status? Now we're talking. The Green Bay Packers were shellacked in their season opener against the Saints, losing 38-3 in a game that had virtually no positives throughout. Aaron Rodgers, the man behind "The Last Dance", "The Hungriest Team I've Seen In Years", "Championship or Disappointment" was the biggest disappointment, as last year's MVP was benched with ten minutes left in the game. Join CD, Al, and Kelly for a rant/conversation of our Final 53 and all things Packers! 1st Quarter: Aaron Rodgers Notches His Most Uninspired Game Ever 2nd Quarter: Kevin King Glaring Weaknesses on a Weak Defensive Performance 3rd Quarter: Every Game Has Positives....Right? RIGHT??? 4th Quarter: Is There Redemption on Monday Night vs. The Lions? Overtime: Packers/Lions Game Predictions Cheesehead Radio is a part of the Packers Talk family of podcasts, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow Packers Talk on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.
The New Orleans Saints crashed the Green Bay Packers "Last Dance." A pair AFC contenders, the Titans and Bills fall in their openers and a full NFL Week 1 round up with Bo Brack on the Locked On NFL Podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nora Princiotti and Mallory Rubin kick off the show by taking a deeper look into Aaron Rodgers and his relationship with the Packers and how that will affect their season. Then they discuss rookies they're looking forward to watching this week, and they end the episode answering a couple mailbag questions. Hosts: Nora Princiotti and Mallory Rubin Production Assistant: Isaiah Blakely Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This installment of Combo's Court is part 2 of Combo's conversation with Matt Peck of The Locked On Bulls Podcast. Matt and Combo discuss who would be on Matt's All Time Starting 5 for the Bulls. Matt also chimes in on which Bulls 3-peat team was better and when he thinks MJ was at his best. Combo and Matt praise Ron Harper and Toni Kukoc. They also talk about The Last Dance and more! Find Matt on Twitter @Bulls_Peck and go subscribe to the Locked On Bulls Podcast! Find Combo on Twitter @CombosCourt and on Instagram @OneTwoCombo!
The guys continue their season preview with their NFC breakdown. Tom Brady joined up with Bruce Arians and a fantastic defense to surge through the playoffs on the road as a Wild Card and knock off the defending champion Chiefs for the World title. Will the Bucs repeat that improbable run? Will the Packers make one last push to the top in what seems to be Aaron Rodgers' Last Dance? Will Sean Payton bring the Saints back to glory in their post-Brees era? Who will emerge from the wild wild West? And does Dre keep celebrating his Bears bringing in Justin Fields once the games begin and Andy Dalton mans the helm? Speaking of games, Dre and Jay pick the first game of the new year in Tampa between Dak Prescott's Cowboys and the World champion Buccaneers. Theme music credit: "Spheres" by Robbero (CC BY 3.0)
Jordan Erard Coupé is a football commentator and podcaster. Currently, she hosts/co-hosts several NFL-related YouTube Shows/Podcasts including: “SportyJordy,”, “Onside Chicks,” The Fantasy Underdogs Podcast, and The Liberty Line Podcast. SportyJordy: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm7WiyPlKVsQ3jVSF8Yd1TA Onside Chicks: https://open.spotify.com/show/18PNejaciqNPyRDa8QLsWf ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Jordyn doesn't sleep (and should buy an Eight Sleep using the link in the description along with Code “TRENDIFIER”); The Defending Champion Buccaneers and their woefully average Quarterback; The Cardinals might not suck anymore; Jimmy Garoppolo ain't it; Zach Wilson's not in Utah anymore; Sam Darnold's downfall as a Cali bro; Revisiting that time Josh Allen had 5 brain aneurysms in one game; Is Justin Herbert overrated? 40:31 - The NFL Rules that protect the QB; Jonathan Abrams is a savage; Remembering the fallen Andrew Luck; Cam Newton's cooked; CC Sabathia was lazy; The Arms race of Brady and Belichick; The new look Bears (and remembering Mitch Trubitsky's very sad NFL career) 1:13:55 - The Bills copping a ring?; The Todd Bowles - Seal Connection; The return of Dak Prescott; The Cowboys stunningly cut the Greatest Terrible Quarterback of all time, Ben DiNucci 1:33:52 - The State of the Union on the no-good, flat-out bizarre, almost ominous DeShaun Watson saga; DeShaun's Massage DM's; “Guess who's goin' to jail tonight” 1:55:19 - The blurring of lines between what should be private and what can be public; Emma Chamberlain and the Gen Z movement towards “real” content; The fall of Snapchat among Millennials 2:09:52 - Early Super Bowl contenders; Mason Rudolph sucks and did he say it; The GOAT leader, Mike Tomlin; Big Ben belongs in a home; a story about what an all-around good guy Andy Reid is; Buffalo can't lose the Bills; Is Tom Brady finally gonna be old?; The Brady - Vrabel rivalry; The Last Dance for Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay?; Jalen Hurts' head-scratching low respect around the league and recounting Carson Wentz's Charmin soft physical and mental stamina
Pew-pew-pew. The Brady Quinn Football Show is back for another season and BQ comes in hot to break down what's on his mind heading into 2021. Brady and host Will Brinson discuss Bucs-Cowboys (7:00), evaluating Tampa's chances to repeat and if Dallas is in fact the best team in the NFC East. They also tackle everything about Aaron Rodgers situation and if this will be his final season in Green Bay (19:30). Brady addresses concerns regarding his former colleague Urban Meyer and whether it's fair to already judge his tenure with the Jaguars (26:00). Meyer has the top-drafted rookie quarterback, but there are 4 other 1st-round QBs that could see the field this season. We break them down and pick which one has the best chance at success (34:00). Tune into the Brady Quinn Football Show every Wednesday during the season. 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to Pick Six on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast." Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @ryanwilsonCBS, @johnbreech, @E_DeBerardinis Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Read the Pick Six newsletter here: https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/picksix/ Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 48 - On this week's show, Matt (@MattFFDynasty) & Ali (@FFDynastyGrill) discuss contract years. Key players who will be in their final year of contract in 2021 and analyse their dynasty outlook for 2022 and beyond. Players discussed on the episode are: Jameis Winston, Allen Robinson, Davante Adams, Chris Godwin, DJ Chark, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Courtland Sutton, Michael Gallup, Evan Engram, Mike Gesicki as well as a summary of the group of Running Backs destined for free agency in 2022... When you have the Wildcard, you have the power to change the game!!!
NFL Network's Stacey Dales will be in Jacksonville Sunday for Packers-Saints as they kick off the 2021 season. She joins the show to talk about the latest with Aaron Rodgers, why she's not worried about "The Last Dance" being a distraction, her case for the Saints as a "sleeping giant" team, and what she likes about Jordan Love. Plus, Za'Darius Smith practiced Monday. We break down what he means for Green Bay. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lots of managers under the microscope on today's pod. I discuss rumours about Koeman's conditions for an extension, ponder the future of Earthquakes boss Matias Almeyda, analyze the decision to sack Fernando Diniz, and reminisce about Gallardo's run at River Plate. Timestamps 00:00 International Break Roundup 11:24 Barca's Koeman Ultimatum 23:05 Santos Sack Diniz 32:59 Wenger Wants Biennial World Cup 38:18 How Will Juventus Lineup w/o CR7? 44:20 PSG News: Bernat, Kessie, Pastore 46:41 Dike Returns to Orlando Lineup 51:06 San Jose + Almeyda Nearing End? 56:05 Boca Win Again 59:16 El Muñeco's Last Dance? To receive access to bonus episodes & support the show, visit: patreon.com/statesideabroad Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts, clips & other videos: youtube.com/c/statesideabroadpodcast & youtube.com/c/SAWorldFootball & youtube.com/c/statesideabroadclips --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/statesideabroad/support
1. GOOD IDEA/BAD IDEA -Was it a good idea or bad idea for the Patriots to release Cam Newton and hand over the reins to Mac Jones right from the get go? -Was it a good idea or bad idea for the Broncos to name Teddy Bridgewater as their starting QB over Drew Lock? -Is it a good idea or bad idea for the Bears to begin the season with Andy Dalton under center as opposed to Justin Fields? -Is it a good idea or bad idea for the 49ers to hold Trey Lance out of practice until Week 3 so the “small chip” fracture in his hand can fully heal? 2. Truth or Exaggeration -Zach Wilson, who I originally panned the Jets for drafting rather than Justin Fields or Trey Lance, has a FAR better chance of becoming the best QB from the 2021 class than most of us initially thought -Robert Saleh is THE best possible man to help make the Jets a consistently relevant franchise -Jameis Winston will have his best year as a pro in 2021 -The Carolina Panthers will finish with a better record than the Saints this season -The Packers are the team that's best equipped to dethrone the Bucs in the NFC -Josh Allen, not Patrick Mahomes, will be the highest-scoring QB in fantasy football this year -Tom Brady is right in his comments about it being more difficult for the NFL to deal with COVID-19 this year given the return to full capacity stadiums 3. Cowboys/Bucs Preview and Prediction -Impact of Zach Martin's absence, is Cowboys D improved?, is Bucs D even better?, Key Matchups 4. Browns/Chiefs Preview and Prediction -Are Browns AFC's strongest roster outside of KC?, Key Matchups 5. Picks for all other Week 1 Games -Jets at Panthers -Eagles at Falcons -Chargers at Washington -49ers at Lions -Vikings at Bengals -Steelers at Bills -Cardinals at Titans -Seahawks at Colts -Jaguars at Texans -Packers at Saints -Dolphins at Patriots -Broncos at Giants -Bears at Rams -Ravens at Raiders 6. Bold Predictions -Hal: Matthew Stafford throws for 300+ yards and 4 TD's in the first half alone -DKrom: Andy Dalton gets sacked 10 times by the Rams, forcing the Bears to turn to Justin Fields in the second half 7. Challenge Flags -DKrom: Packers, if this is indeed “The Last Dance” with Aaron Rodgers…play like it on Sunday!! DOMINATE the Saints, regardless of what the final score says -Hal: Bengals organization…KEEP JOE BURROW UPRIGHT!!!
Has Jesse Lingard's brace for England has given Ole Gunnar Solskjaer something to think about? Could he make way for a midfielder in Jan? Jay and Joe chat about this and some bloke called Cristiano Ronaldo's return debut this week. Join the 2 million men worldwide who trust MANSCAPED™ and get your rocket ready for takeoff by going to https://www.manscaped.com/ for 20% off + free shipping with the code DEVILS20.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers live at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts on August 30th 2014 2:33 "So You Want to Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star" 6:11 "Mary Jane's Last Dance" 12:31 "American Dream Plan B" 16:05 "Forgotten Man" 18:56 "A Woman In Love (It's Not Me)" 24:58 "U Get Me High" 29:33 "Shadow People" 37:07 "You Wreck Me" 42:22 "American Girl" Team UNPLUGGED.
The Green Bay Packers Final 53-Man Rosters are set, and while there are a few notable surprises, none compare to the farewell to JK Scott and the looming expectations of an "all-in" season followed by the Last-Dance-esque contract casualties to follow. Join CD, Al, and Kelly for a spirited conversation of our Final 53 and all things Packers! 1st Quarter: The Final 53 Man- Offense 2nd Quarter: The Final 53 Man - Defense 3rd Quarter: New Location for the Packers season opener 4th Quarter: Championship or Disappointment: the lamer "Super Bowl or Die"? Cheesehead Radio is a part of the Packers Talk family of podcasts, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow Packers Talk on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.
I'm in a fantasy football crisis. Reach out at email@example.com if you can help. Also, we've got a Steelers running back misnomer that has developed. While Yinz Were Sleepin': Gerrit Cole dominates, Ravens WR injuries, another former Patriot flames Bill Belichick Should it be Joe Haden's last dance in Pittsburgh? Only one thing is for certain in all of this... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris Carter, NFL and NCAAF analyst, gets into what Keith Butler said about Stephon Tuitt and Zach Banner headed to IR and when they might be back for the Pittsburgh Steelers, as well as what Joe Haden said about his future with the Steelers. He'll also explain the practice squad additions, including former first round pick at safety, Karl Joseph. Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P, and 'Too Easy' by Nerdboy. Both from their label Renaissance Music. Find more from their label here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Former Chicago Bulls Center and Head Coach Bill Cartright joins the show to talk about "The Last Dance", playing with Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, his observations on how the NBA has changed over the last few decades, and who he believes to be the real GOAT.
In this edition of Hoopsology, we welcome Caitlin Shea Executive Producer of "One Giant Leap”, Luc Longley's Untold Story. Shea provides great insight into the production of the Longley documentary. She explains why this documentary is the perfect compliment to last years' Last Dance documentary. Get in touch with the show through Facebook and Twitter, leave us a review on iTunes and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch the Documentary Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=US7VFL9cXTk Be sure to check out our podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hoopsology/id1509790773 or anywhere you listen to podcasts! Join the conversation! Twitter: https://twitter.com/hoopsologypod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Hoopsologypod/ IG: @hoopsologypod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoopsology/support
Scott Ferrall talks about Indiana Basketball/Football/Colts Injuries with Mike Chappell of Indianapolis' Fox 59/CBS 4, talks about how incredible Shoehei Ohtani has been for the Angels and about how absolutely incredible Dennis Rodman was during his NBA career
It's time for a new feature here on the pod. Let's mailbag it up. Have a question on anything at all in the league? Hit us on Twitter with your question and we'll get to it on the Mailbag. First up, a few questions on all things Packers and Bills. How does this whole Rodgers thing go during the season and will the Bills win the Super Bowl in the next three years? Subscribe to the Go Long Newsletter any time at GoLongTD.com. We'll have major announcements coming Sept. 1. And this podcast is always brought to you by our friends at Hamburg Brewery in WNY. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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In this episode of the Locked on Dynasty Football Podcast, Ryan McDowell and Matt Williamson preview the Packers and Colts heading into the 2021 season. They discuss a potential “Last Dance” situation and consider the possibility that Jonathan Taylor could be overrated. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kelly Dwyer joins us to discuss Luc Longley's Documentary, his role with the team, and ommission from the Last Dance. Kelly also gives his thoughts on the Bulls offseason moves, the chances of Lauri Markkanen returning to the Bulls on the qualifying offer and we discuss Billy Donovan's chances of making all of Chicago's new pieces work seamlessly.
When it opened in 1919, the Hotel Pennsylvania was the largest hotel in the world. Over a hundred years later, its fate remains uncertain. Is it too big to save? After the Pennsylvania Railroad completed its colossal Pennsylvania Station in 1910, the railroad quickly realized it would need a companion hotel equal to the station's exquisite grandeur. And it would need an uncommonly ambitious hotelier to operate it. Enter E.M. Statler, the hotel king who made his name at American World's Fairs and brought sophisticated new ideas to this exceptional hotel geared towards middle-class and business travelers. But the Hotel Pennsylvania would have another claim to fame during the Swing Era. Its restaurants and ballrooms -- particularly the Café Rouge -- would feature some of the greatest names of the Big Band Era. Glenn Miller played the Cafe Rouge many times at the height of his orchestra's fame. He was so associated with the hotel that one of his biggest hits is a tribute -- "Pennsylvania 6-5000." The hotel outlived the demolition of the original Penn Station, but it currently sits empty and faces imminent demolition thanks to an ambitious new plan to rehabilitate the neighborhood. What will be the fate of this landmark to music history? Is this truly the last dance for the Hotel Pennsylvania? boweryboyshistory.com Listen to the official Bowery Boys playlist inspired by this episode on Spotify. If you like the show, please subscribe and leave a rating on iTunes and other podcast services. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/boweryboys See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Fantasy Footballers are back with a new episode! On today's fantasy football podcast, big news out of Green Bay! What's the latest on Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams? Get a fantasy football breakdown for the entire NFC North: Packers, Bears, Vikings, and Lions! Plus, the debut of a new segment: “Where There's Smoke, There's Fire!” Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams with the #1 fantasy football podcast. -- Fantasy Football Podcast for July 27th, 2021. Dominate your fantasy football draft with the 2021 Ultimate Draft Kit -- get the Draft Analyzer with the UDK+ (06:00) - Where There's Smoke, There's Fire (15:05) - NFL News (20:25) - NFC North Breakdown (20:40) - Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams (36:35) - Chicago Bears (48:45) - Minnesota Vikings (58:45) - Detroit Lions Connect with the show: Subscribe on YouTube Visit us on the Web Support the Show Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram Want even more fantasy football goodness? Visit our Community Forums to chat everything fantasy football, or JoinTheFoot.com to join our fantasy football community. Check out today's sponsors: IPVanish Traeger Grills Pristine Auction -- Registration Code - BALLERS Sleeper Support this podcast
Time to give the people what they want... Jalen & Jacoby discuss the future of Aaron Rodgers with the Packers, Team USA losing to France, and if Bradley Beal and Kawhi Leonard will be moving on from their teams. Plus, the guys dive deeper into Team USA's struggles and Jacoby answers a question about Micheladas.