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Tabletop Radio Hour
Myth And Legacies Season 2 Ep 14 - Attack Of The Blam - Ma's!

Tabletop Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 101:09


Logan FINALLY gets to finish off this part of the story, and I'll tell ya, if you don't pay attention during this episode, you'll miss stuff! Action packed, full of surprises, this one goes down in the books! Stick with us for Mark's story next time! I hope you enjoy! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tabletop-Radio-Hour-280461932761697/?modal=admin_todo_tour Email: tabletopradiohour@yahoo.com Patreon: patreon.com/tabletopradiohour Thank you all for listening, and Keep Rolling 20's!

New Books in Sociology
David Collier and Gerardo L. Munck, "Critical Junctures and Historical Legacies: Insights and Methods for Comparative Social Science" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 70:03


Over the past 50 years, scholars across the social sciences have employed critical juncture analysis to understand how social orders are created, become entrenched, and change. In this book, leading scholars from several disciplines offer the first coordinated effort to define this field of research, assess its theoretical and methodological foundations, and use a critical assessment of current practices as a basis for guiding its future. Contributors include stars in this field who have written some of the classic works on critical junctures, as well as the rising stars of the next generation who will continue to shape historical comparative analysis for years to come. David Collier and Gerardo L. Munck's Critical Junctures and Historical Legacies. Insights and Methods for Comparative Social Science (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022) will be an indispensable resource for social science research methods scholars and students. Javier Mejia is an economist at Stanford University who specializes in the intersection of social networks and economic history. His research interests also include entrepreneurship and political economy, with a particular focus on Latin America and the Middle East. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Los Andes University. Mejia has previously been a Postdoctoral Associate and Lecturer at New York University-Abu Dhabi and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Bordeaux. He is also a frequent contributor to various news outlets, currently serving as an op-ed columnist for Forbes Magazine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Political Science
David Collier and Gerardo L. Munck, "Critical Junctures and Historical Legacies: Insights and Methods for Comparative Social Science" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 70:03


Over the past 50 years, scholars across the social sciences have employed critical juncture analysis to understand how social orders are created, become entrenched, and change. In this book, leading scholars from several disciplines offer the first coordinated effort to define this field of research, assess its theoretical and methodological foundations, and use a critical assessment of current practices as a basis for guiding its future. Contributors include stars in this field who have written some of the classic works on critical junctures, as well as the rising stars of the next generation who will continue to shape historical comparative analysis for years to come. David Collier and Gerardo L. Munck's Critical Junctures and Historical Legacies. Insights and Methods for Comparative Social Science (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022) will be an indispensable resource for social science research methods scholars and students. Javier Mejia is an economist at Stanford University who specializes in the intersection of social networks and economic history. His research interests also include entrepreneurship and political economy, with a particular focus on Latin America and the Middle East. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Los Andes University. Mejia has previously been a Postdoctoral Associate and Lecturer at New York University-Abu Dhabi and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Bordeaux. He is also a frequent contributor to various news outlets, currently serving as an op-ed columnist for Forbes Magazine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in Anthropology
David Collier and Gerardo L. Munck, "Critical Junctures and Historical Legacies: Insights and Methods for Comparative Social Science" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 70:03


Over the past 50 years, scholars across the social sciences have employed critical juncture analysis to understand how social orders are created, become entrenched, and change. In this book, leading scholars from several disciplines offer the first coordinated effort to define this field of research, assess its theoretical and methodological foundations, and use a critical assessment of current practices as a basis for guiding its future. Contributors include stars in this field who have written some of the classic works on critical junctures, as well as the rising stars of the next generation who will continue to shape historical comparative analysis for years to come. David Collier and Gerardo L. Munck's Critical Junctures and Historical Legacies. Insights and Methods for Comparative Social Science (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022) will be an indispensable resource for social science research methods scholars and students. Javier Mejia is an economist at Stanford University who specializes in the intersection of social networks and economic history. His research interests also include entrepreneurship and political economy, with a particular focus on Latin America and the Middle East. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Los Andes University. Mejia has previously been a Postdoctoral Associate and Lecturer at New York University-Abu Dhabi and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Bordeaux. He is also a frequent contributor to various news outlets, currently serving as an op-ed columnist for Forbes Magazine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

The Victor Davis Hanson Show
Landmines and Legacies

The Victor Davis Hanson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 74:19


Listen to Victor Davis Hanson talk with cohost Sami Winc about the Biden files and Hunter scams, reparations in San Francisco, two new liberal arts universities, and MLK's legacy.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The UGASports LIVE Podcast
UGASports LIVE — Legacies

The UGASports LIVE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 68:54


Radi Nabulsi, Dayne Young and Jim Donnan discuss the tragedy at UGA with the losses of Devin Willock and Chandler LeCroy. They also do some show with Georgia's recruiting and transferring impacts on roster management.

VOMENA at KPFA
The toxic legacies of the U.S. war in Iraq: A conversation with Kali Rubaii

VOMENA at KPFA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 57:56


The toxic legacies of the U.S. war in Iraq: A conversation with Kali Rubaii by VOMENA Team at KPFA

The Handon Weekly
Legacies 1x01 The Pilot

The Handon Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 53:14


Welcome to The Handon Weekly where we rant, rave, laugh and cry over our favorite tv shows https://linktr.ee/thehandonweekly *Includes Handon content #Legacies #Handon #HopeMikaelson #LandonKirby #Podcast #Review Our Official Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/thehandonweekly/ Our Official Twitter! https://twitter.com/thehandonweekly Members YouTube Reaction Channels Naj https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ItmW9tq-V0 Iz https://www.youtube.com/user/isacapocellivevo1 Twitter Naj https://twitter.com/handonfeeds Robyn https://twitter.com/Angelicanimal Vit https://twitter.com/itshandon Iz https://twitter.com/iz_reacts Instagram Naj https://www.instagram.com/handonpost/ Robyn https://www.instagram.com/angelicanimal/ Vit https://www.instagram.com/handonsedit/ Iz https://www.instagram.com/izdirects/

Aikido Talks NYC
Skill Versus Knowledge

Aikido Talks NYC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 13:15


Excerpt from Legacies of The Sword in Knowledge versus Skill.

OsazuwaAkonedo
A Vote For Tinubu/Shettima Will Sustain My Legacies In Economy, Security, Others – Buhari

OsazuwaAkonedo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 3:54


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://osazuwaakonedo.news/a-vote-for-tinubu-shettima-will-sustain-my-legacies-in-economy-security-others-buhari/11/01/2023/ A Vote For Tinubu/Shettima Will Sustain My Legacies In Economy, Security, Others - Buhari ~ OsazuwaAkonedo #2023Election #Ahmed #APC #Bola #Buhari #Muhammadu #Tinubu OsazuwaAkonedo https://osazuwaakonedo.news/a-vote-for-tinubu-shettima-will-sustain-my-legacies-in-economy-security-others-buhari/11/01/2023/ By Femi Adesina Support this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. Please use the links below: Support Via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=TLHBRAF6GVQT6 Support via card https://swiftpay.accessbankplc.com/OsazuwaAkonedo/send-money --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/osazuwaakonedo/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/osazuwaakonedo/support

Aikido Talks NYC
Tools To Achieve Proficency In Combat

Aikido Talks NYC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 22:06


Excerpt from Legacies of The Sword with reflection on more meditation and practice.

Nonprofit Hub Radio
Fundraising Legacies and Shared Wisdom

Nonprofit Hub Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 42:01


Denver Frederick shares his fundraising legacies in this podcast episode about New Best Practices for Nonprofit Leaders in an Uncertain World.

Saturday Down South Podcast
Demolition Dawgs repeat! Stetson Bennett IV & Kirby Smart legacies, way-too-early top 10 (ep. 528)

Saturday Down South Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 59:34


Mercy, those Dawgs dropped the hammer on poor TCU. The guys recap a totally 1-sided national championship and what to take away from Georgia becoming the first team to repeat in a decade. Where does Stetson Bennett IV belong in college football lore? And what did this feat say about Kirby Smart's legacy? The guys put a bow on Georgia's 2022 run and turn it to 2023 with some way-too-early top 10 rankings.

Beyond The Tin Foil Hat
S04E035 - 11-17-2022 - Viviane Chauvet - Arcturian Healer and Intergallactic Traveler

Beyond The Tin Foil Hat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 97:48


Viviane Chauvet is an Advanced Arcturian Hybrid Avatar, published author, international public speaker, creator of the Arcturian Energy Matrix Healing® - Multidimensional Way of Healing for conscious evolution, advocate for planetary ascension, and owner of Infinite Healing from The Stars LLC. She serves as an emissary and multidimensional conduit for the cooperation of Star Delegations including the Lyrans, Sirians, Andromedans, and other interstellar groups. Viviane is also an Emissary and Ambassador for GalacticAlliance.org. Viviane is the producer and co-host of the popular Infinite Star Connections podcast. She was the hybrid consultant on j3FILMS' documentary “Extraordinary: The Seeding” and featured in a multi-award-winning documentary “Extraordinary: The Revelations.” Viviane's collaborative #1 Bestselling book series “Wisdom of the Silver Sisters – Guiding Grace” and “Golden Wisdom of Love, Legends & Legacies” are on Amazon. Viviane is a well-known speaker at the Los Angeles Conscious Life Expo, New Living Expo, Sedona Ascension Conference, Retreats, Hidden Secrets Revealed Cruise, Mount Shasta Summer Conference, and more. She offers workshops and mediation series on YouTube and the Conscious Awakening Network (CAN). Look for CAN on Roku and Amazon Fire. CAN Website: https://consciousawakeningnetwork.org/Social Links: Viviane's Website: https://infinitehealingfromthestars.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vivianechauvetgalactichealer/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/viviane_chauvet/ YouTube handle: https://youtube.com/@VivianeChauvetGalacticHealerBeyond The Tinfoil Hat is a weekly podcast brought to you by The Experiencer Support Association. Every week we dive into topics that are deep into the realm of the unknown. Ranging from topics between #ufos, #ghosts, and #monsters This podcast is hosted by Ryan Stacey and is designed to educate and assist the public in understanding the blend of every phenomenon happening in the world. Our guests often include eyewitness testimony.www.experiencersupport.org

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
Wheeler heads West to face team of NBA legacies; Pebblebrook tabbed for 'Battle of the Bands.'

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 16:13


The Wheeler boys basketball team is no stranger to taking on some of the best high school programs in the country. Just this season, the number 1 Wildcats have already played Kimball High School from Texas, Columbus from Florida, Imhotep Charter School of Pennsylvania, Tampa Catholic,  Centennial from Calif. and John Marshall from Virginia in various events. At home, Wheeler has already played defending Class 6A champion Grovetown, will see Number 10 Osborne twice in region play, Newton in a non-region game, and there is a chance Wheeler could meet up with Pebblebrook or McEachern in the playoffs. However, this weekend, Wheeler may be playing the most star-studded high school team in the United States — Sierra Canyon from the Los Angeles outskirts of Chatsworth, California. Wheeler will travel to Los Angeles to compete in The Chosen 1's Invitational, a high school showcase put on in conjunction by the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, Nike and NBA superstar LeBron James. The games will be played at the Galen Center on the campus of Southern California, the future basketball home of Wheeler five-star point guard Isaiah Collier and four-star forward Arrinten Page. Wheeler was contacted about playing in Saturday's game a couple of months ago. Camden from New Jersey, with the top recruit Dejuan Wagner, was supposed to play, but something happened and a space opened up. While Wheeler boasts the future Southern Cal duo, four-star guard Jelani Hamilton who is headed to Iowa State and three-star forward Josh Hill, it will face a team highlighted by four sons of NBA stars. Sierra Canyon features James' sons, Bronny and Bryce James, as well as Justin Pippen and Ashton Hardaway. Pippen is the son of Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen, while Hardaway's father is former NBA star and current Memphis coach Penny Hardaway. The Trailblazers also feature five-star shooting guard Isaiah Elohim, four-star forward Bryce Cofield, three-star forward Noah Williams, three-star forward Jimmy Oladokun and JoJo Phillips, a three-star wide receiver on the Sierra Canyon football team who has signed with BYU. Hardaway has signed to play for his father at Memphis, while Oladokun has signed with San Diego. Of the remainder of the roster, Bronny James is the only other senior. The Wheeler-Sierra Canyon game, set for an 11 p.m. Eastern tip and streamed by the NFHS Network, is one of four on the schedule for The Chosen 1's Invitational. The event will also feature the boys and girls teams from St. Vincent-St. Mary's Catholic High School, LeBron James' alma mater in Akron, Ohio. A group of Cobb families that sued the Cobb County School District over its lack of certain COVID-19 protocols, such as a mask mandate, has won an appeal in federal court. The suit, first filed in October 2021, argued that Cobb School District's failure to follow guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention denied students with disabilities, medical conditions and respiratory ailments access to a safe, in-person learning environment. The plaintiffs are four unnamed Cobb students and their parents, and are represented by the Southern Poverty Law Center and two metro Atlanta law firms. The defendants are CCSD, Superintendent Chris Ragsdale and the school board's four Republicans. The students all have disabilities, such as muscular dystrophy, leukemia and respiratory conditions, and argued they are at risk of severe symptoms or death should they be infected with COVID-19. Adding to that risk, they argued, was the district's choice to loosen its COVID policies ahead of the 2021-2022 school year, including not requiring masks to be worn in schools. As such, the children were forced to opt into virtual learning courses, causing them “irreparable harm” and subjecting them to discrimination. The Southern Poverty Law Center argues the district violated the students' civil rights as enshrined by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The appeals court sent the case back to the district court, ordering it to “analyze whether virtual schooling is a reasonable accommodation for in-person schooling, not education in general.” Cobb schools did not immediately reply to a request for comment. Cobb's own Pebblebrook High School is one of two Atlanta-area high schools that will be featured in a prestigious marching band showcase in February.  The HBCU All-Star Battle of the Bands will feature marching bands from four historically Black colleges and universities, as well as those from Pebblebrook and Westlake high schools. The event will take place Saturday, February 4 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.  The Pebblebrook band's participation in the event will come just over a month after the Mighty Marching Machine traveled to New Orleans to perform at the Allstate Sugar Bowl. The HBCU All-Star Battle of the Bands, which has also partnered with Allstate for the event, will host a college fair at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta before the showcase, according to a news release. Forty-five different HBCUs from around the country will waive student application fees, accept applications on-site, and even offer opportunities for scholarships. High school students and recent graduates are invited to attend the college fair, averaging 7,000 attendees in past years, prior to the band performances from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on February 4.  A familiar name in the Kennesaw dining scene is back, this time with a new restaurant offering a fresh take on Mexican and Southwestern cuisine. Bernardo's Modern-Mex, owned by Brett and Laura Olszeski, is now open in downtown Kennesaw. It takes the place of Trackside Grill, which the Olszeski family owned and operated for 20 years. A recent remodel brought Bernardo's to life in the former Trackside space. The new restaurant includes a spacious dining room and an indoor patio with a fireplace. A planned rooftop bar is supposed to open sometime in the spring.  Bernardo's is a return to Brett Olszeski's roots in the restaurant industry, which he said was some time in the making. The "family" in this family business is also connected to the cuisine: Brett and wife Laura met in a Mexican restaurant. Bernardo's may sound familiar to another restaurant the Olszeski family owns and operates across the street: Bernie's Social Bar, which has been open in downtown Kennesaw for five years. Brett Olszeski explained that "Bernie" is a family name, and Bernardo a Spanish variation of the name: Brett's father was named Bernard, Brett's middle name is Bernard, and Brett's brother is named Bernie.  Brett said Bernardo's is not your typical Tex-Mex. The restaurant's main culinary influences come not from Texas but from Mexico, Arizona and New Mexico. All of the food is fresh, and Brett says the restaurant hopes to serve as many as 40 different tequilas.  As the clouds gave way to sunshine Wednesday afternoon, much of Cobb had dried up after heavy rain Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. However, the effects of the deluge were still felt in some parts of the county, notably Noonday Creek Park and East Cobb Park. Cobb County Parks announced late Wednesday morning the two parks would be “closed until further notice” because of flooding, though just before noon, it announced East Cobb Park would reopen at 1 p.m. The county had not announced a reopening timeline for Noonday Creek Park by 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, with the parking lot at the park that sits adjacent the creek still mostly flooded. Around 8:30 Wednesday morning, a county spokesperson told the MDJ the Cobb Department of Transportation was not working on any issues related to the storms that swept through the area Tuesday evening. Cobb DOT responded to four calls about flooding and one regarding a fallen tree, but those were cleared as of 8:30 a.m., according to the spokesperson. Cobb and nearly 50 other counties in Georgia were under a tornado watch until 9 p.m. Tuesday, as strong storms swept through the area after making their way across the Alabama-Georgia border. A flash flood warning was in effect for Cobb until noon Wednesday. The county postponed a test of its emergency outdoor sirens to Thursday as a result of the storms. Kennesaw State offensive coordinator Grant Chesnut will be hired as Navy football's new offensive coordinator, multiple sources with direct knowledge of the situation told The Capital on Monday. Newly-hired head coach Brian Newberry could not be reached for comment, while senior associate athletic director for sports information Scott Strasemeier said Navy was not prepared to make any announcements regarding assistant coaches at this time. Chesnut just completed his eighth season at Kennesaw State under head coach Brian Bohannon. The Owls ranked 10th in rushing offense in the Football Championship Subdivision this season, averaging 232.2 yards per game. Chesnut coached alongside Newberry for four seasons at Kennesaw State, while Newberry served as defensive coordinator. The two matched wits in practice on a daily basis. Both men worked under Bohannon, a disciple of former Navy and Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews      -            -            -            -            -            The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County.             Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline            Register Here for your essential digital news.            https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/  https://cuofga.org/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/           Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here.             This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group   For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com                    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sharon Says So
Preserving Presidential Legacies with Mark Lawrence

Sharon Says So

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 36:56


Today on Here's Where It Gets Interesting, Sharon and guest Mark Atwood Lawrence talk about Presidential Libraries. Mark is the director of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum situated in Austin, Texas. Mark answers questions about Presidential Libraries: how are they funded, what kinds of documents and artifacts does a Presidential Library preserve and why does it need preserving? Sharon and Mark also talk about the LBJ Presidency itself, as well as Lady Bird Johnson's role as the first lady and the public's expectations of first ladies and vice presidents. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Dissecting Dragons
Episode 359: A Great and Mighty Destiny - Legacies and Magical Bloodlines in Speculative Fiction

Dissecting Dragons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 80:42


Tropes often go hand in hand. A preordained destiny often goes with the 'chosen one' trope: the 'sins of the father' often goes with the 'magical bloodline trope'. And in general, no trope is bad in and of itself, although the latter has certainly drawn a lot of flak over recent years - largely due to poor examples of the trope. This week, the dragons take a look at characters born to magical or enhanced bloodlines. What causes this trope to fall into elitism? Can it ever work? Does it deserve the bad reputation it seems to have earned? And what do Jules and Madeleine think about using it themselves? On the slab this week: The Once and Future King, Unveiled, Dune, House of the Dragon and many more.   Title music: Ecstasy by Smiling Cynic

Aikido Talks NYC
The Guarantee of True Mastery

Aikido Talks NYC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 18:33


Happy New Year! We start off the year with a new book, "Legacies of The Sword: The Kashima-Shinryū and Samurai Martial Culture", by Karl F. Friday with Seki Humitake, a small excerpt on meditation and the powerful use of it to achieve true mastery of the warrior arts.

The Patriots Report with Christopher Price
Episode 73: Chris and LG talk about the Damar Hamlin situation, the legacies of Matthew Slater and Devin McCourty, and take a look at a few candidates to be the next Patriots' OC

The Patriots Report with Christopher Price

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 34:49


Chris and LG talk... -The Damar Hamlin situation, and how the NFL can best help players dealing with the aftermath. -How the Bills will have to work through what happened. -The legacies of Matthew Slater and Devin McCourty in New England. -If this is their last roundup in Foxborough, how do the Patriots go about trying to replace their leadership skills? -LG weighs in on three possible candidates to become New England's next OC. ...and much more.

Matan Institute for Torah Studies
Episode 90 - Parshat Vayechi: Enduring Legacies

Matan Institute for Torah Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 37:14


In this conversation with R. Alex Israel that weaves in and out of peshat and midrashic readings, we explore Yaakov's lasting legacies and the wisdom they teach us about how to better leave this earth. Thank you for listening to our series on interpersonal dynamics in the book of Bereishit. Stay tuned for our upcoming Shemot series on identity and nationality formation. This week's episode has been dedicated by Michelle Feiglin and Debbie Nossbaum in honor of their father's 7th yartzeit, Natan ben Shlomo Elimelech.

Moon Harbor Heroes
Legacies, Issue 3: The Princess and the Paupers

Moon Harbor Heroes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 82:28


CW: Discussion of genocide, racismThis world isn't medieval, it's full evil. This issue was GMed by Tess Huth (she/her), who can be found on Twitter @tessatrix. Flyby was played by Jane Behre. Jane (she/her) can be found on Twitter @janeminustarzan. Lady Rosewing was played by Elliot Peterson. Elliot (she/her or they/them) can be found on Twitter @elliotylen. Prince Butterfly was played by Crumpit. Crumpit (any pronouns) can be found on Twitter @thecrumpit. Sheva was played by Alix Catherine. Alix (she/her) can be found on Twitter @alixygalixy. Takanger Red was played by JPG. JPG (he/him) can be found on Twitter @speakerjpg. Tiger was played by Jon Jon Johnson. Jon Jon (they/them or he/him) can be found on Twitter @BurnJonJonBurn. Moon Harbor Heroes is produced by Tess Huth, Icy Sheets, Elliot Peterson, and Crumpit and edited by Tess Huth. The music in this issue was composed by Tess Huth. Moon Harbor Heroes is traditionally played using Masks: A New Generation, written by Brendan Conway and produced by Magpie Games. Our logo was designed by Beautiful Beasties. She can be found on Instagram at beastly.doodles or on Patreon at patreon.com/beautifulbeasties. If you want to get ahold of us, email us at moonharborheroes@gmail.com or find us on Twitter @moonharborcast.

DEPTH Work: A Holistic Mental Health Podcast
24. Legacies of Activism, Being a Peer Specialist, and Radical Imagination with Noah Gokul

DEPTH Work: A Holistic Mental Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 53:06


It takes radical imagination to envision a future of mental health that is rooted in community support and multiple ways of approaching healing. Noah Gokul is an artist and mental health educator who embodies this concept in all their work. Grounded and affirmed by legacies of activism before us, we discuss what it was like to be peer specialist working in a clinical mental health setting. Noah shares how having a father who was a culturally affirming family therapist impacted their work, and how they use art to explore frameworks for navigating depression and anxiety. Also in this episode: The co-optation of the peer specialist role and how hierarchy can prevent progress the importance of knowing the history of mental health activism depression as a manifestation of not getting our needs met navigating anxiety through art Noah (they/them) is a Queer multidisciplinary artist and educator here to create liberated worlds through art, storytelling, and sound. They grew up in Oakland, CA/unceded Ohlone land, and identify as a trauma survivor with sensitivities to the world around them. They use music and art for meaning-making and the healing of others, integrating these passions into their work as a peer for young adults in a first-episode psychosis program. They have facilitated in a wide variety of settings, at the intersections of anti-oppression, trauma, incarceration, Caribbean ancestry, music, and mental health. Through their incantations they create spaces of radical imagination and possibility. IDHA-NYC.org Events: Crossroads of Crisis 2022-2023 Trainings - https://www.idha-nyc.org/crossroads-of-crisis Links: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bindiram/ Bandcamp - https://bindiram.bandcamp.com/music ReKin Art Collective Berlin - https://moritzjekat.de/re-kin Inside the spiral created by Noah Gokul - https://vimeo.com/749357163 On Track NY - https://ontrackny.org/ The Icarus Project - https://www.academia.edu/11397502/The_Icarus_Project_A_Counter_Narrative_for_Psychic_Diversity The Radical Imagination: Social Movement Research in the Age of Austerity by Max Haiven and Alex Khasnabish The Family Centre NZ- https://familycentre.org.nz/

Tabletop Radio Hour
Myth And Legacies Season 2 Ep 13 - Tall Tales And Terrible Timing

Tabletop Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 53:17


The name says it all! Zoe's been helping with the names, so they're considerably better than mine! Andreas is still distracting the crew of the Skilled Monkey while Briggs does some investigation below decks. Alecto VERY reluctantly steps aboard the Cat's Den without Ippos to get her own information. Oh, and let's not forget the Spooky Stuff that happens! Keep listening for more Myth and Legacies! I hope you enjoy! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tabletop-Radio-Hour-280461932761697/?modal=admin_todo_tour Email: tabletopradiohour@yahoo.com Patreon: patreon.com/tabletopradiohour Thank you all for listening, and Keep Rolling 20's!

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
WKPWP Interview Classic (5 Yrs Ago): Lance Storm, pt. 2, talks moment he felt doomed in WWE, Jericho-Omega hype, legacies of Bret and Cena

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 102:13


In this week's Interview Classic episode from five years ago (12-22-2017), PWTorch editor Wade Keller interviews Lance Storm from the “Killing the Town” podcast. This second of two installments. Storm talks about the hype for Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega for WrestleKingdom, the rise of Braun Strowman and why it's working and what could slow it down, the moment Vince McMahon loved something Lance did that he felt doomed him, who would he choose to be his booker if he ran a wrestling company between Paul Heyman and Jim Cornette, thoughts on the career paths Heyman and Cornette have taken, his reaction to Jericho's career arc and now becoming a big podcast host, does Storm have another in-ring run in him, what is Bret Hart's legacy, what is John Cena's legacy likely to be, how big of an opportunity WCW lost with the mismanagement of Sting, Bret Hart, and Goldberg, and more.

Moon Harbor Heroes
Legacies, Issue 2: Future Prehistory

Moon Harbor Heroes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 68:19


Monarch Man is the lynchpin connected Max's future and Peh Ho's past, so naturally it's time for that lynchpin to be pulled. This issue was GMed by Tess Huth (she/her), who can be found on Twitter @tessatrix. Flyby was played by Jane Behre. Jane (she/her) can be found on Twitter @janeminustarzan. Lady Rosewing was played by Elliot Peterson. Elliot (she/her or they/them) can be found on Twitter @elliotylen. Prince Butterfly was played by Crumpit. Crumpit (any pronouns) can be found on Twitter @thecrumpit. Sheva was played by Alix Catherine. Alix (she/her) can be found on Twitter @alixygalixy. Takanger Red was played by JPG. JPG (he/him) can be found on Twitter @speakerjpg. Tiger was played by Jon Jon Johnson. Jon Jon (they/them or he/him) can be found on Twitter @BurnJonJonBurn. Moon Harbor Heroes is produced by Tess Huth, Icy Sheets, Elliot Peterson, and Crumpit and edited by Tess Huth. The music in this issue was composed by Tess Huth. Moon Harbor Heroes is traditionally played using Masks: A New Generation, written by Brendan Conway and produced by Magpie Games. Our logo was designed by Beautiful Beasties. She can be found on Instagram at beastly.doodles or on Patreon at patreon.com/beautifulbeasties. If you want to get ahold of us, email us at moonharborheroes@gmail.com or find us on Twitter @moonharborcast.

Thip Khao Talk
EP 008: Unpack with Legacies of War Pt. I

Thip Khao Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 22:16


Our community engagement work is intentionally multi-disciplinary, integrating not only history and politics but also food, art, fashion, and cultural heritage. In addition to educating and mobilizing community members from the U.S. about the UXO issue in Laos, our work aims to help the diaspora from Laos to embrace the shared history of war and refuge it once shunned, turning shame and pain into a narrative of resiliency, cultural pride and healing. This is why we return to Laos every year. Unpack with our team for this very special two part- episode, listen to the voices of our Board Members Pajouablai Monica Lee and Renee Ya as well as Aleena Inthaly, Danae Hendrickson, and Anna Phommachanthone as we revisit our most recent trip and what it means to a be a child of the diaspora and engaging with the communities impacted by the lasting effects of war. Retrace our steps with us as we take you all on a journey back to Southeast Asia. We wrap up this year with our take on the future ahead and what we can all look forward to ahead in 2023 and beyond.

Thip Khao Talk
EP 009: Unpack with Legacies of War Pt. II

Thip Khao Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 34:01


Our community engagement work is intentionally multi-disciplinary, integrating not only history and politics but also food, art, fashion, and cultural heritage. In addition to educating and mobilizing community members from the U.S. about the UXO issue in Laos, our work aims to help the diaspora from Laos to embrace the shared history of war and refuge it once shunned, turning shame and pain into a narrative of resiliency, cultural pride and healing. This is why we return to Laos every year. Unpack with our team, including our Board Members Pajouablai Monica Lee and Renee Ya as well as Aleena Inthaly, Danae Hendrickson, and Anna Phommachanthone as we revisit our most recent trip and what it means to a be a child of the diaspora and engaging with the communities impacted by the lasting effects of war. Retrace our steps with us as we take you all on a journey back to Southeast Asia. We wrap up this year with our take on the future ahead and what we can all look forward to ahead in 2023 and beyond.

LOST Legacies
The LOST Legacies/The S.A.M. Chat Christmas Palooza!

LOST Legacies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 57:24


Due to technical difficulties we were only able to record one Christmas special this year. So we decided to share it with both of our podcasts. Join us as we dive into the more eerie side of the holiday, plan Christmas specials for tv shows that don't have any, and fan cast our perfect Santa!Thank You for joining us on this crazy ride of a year.  We will return in January to finish watching Arcane and then in February we will begin season 4 of LOST!MUSIC was provided by Epidemic Sound. "Because their ready to use tracks are sick!"Find Us At:Sam: @reeltexasweirdo Matt's Twitter:@_mattjimenez Matt's Insta: @holyhandgrenadeofantiochHit us up at #LostLegacies

Airing the Addisons
Tim Alba, author of Well Done, Mom & Dad: A practical Guide to Turn Good Intentions in Godly Legacies, joins Wil & Meeke

Airing the Addisons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 48:05


The Handon Weekly
"The Real Tea of SSC" Legacies Flopcon 2022

The Handon Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 99:26


Welcome to The Handon Weekly where we rant, rave, laugh and cry over our favorite tv shows https://linktr.ee/thehandonweekly *Includes Handon content Thanks to Carrie for joining us and filling in the gaps! #Legacies #Handon #HopeMikaelson #LandonKirby #Podcast #Review Our Official Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/thehandonweekly/ Our Official Twitter! https://twitter.com/thehandonweekly Members YouTube Reaction Channels Naj https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ItmW9tq-V0 Iz https://www.youtube.com/user/isacapocellivevo1 Twitter Naj https://twitter.com/handonfeeds Robyn https://twitter.com/Angelicanimal Vit https://twitter.com/itshandon Iz https://twitter.com/iz_reacts Instagram Naj https://www.instagram.com/handonpost/ Robyn https://www.instagram.com/angelicanimal/ Vit https://www.instagram.com/handonsedit/ Iz https://www.instagram.com/izdirects/

Free City Radio
141, Lim Li Ching on addressing legacies of colonialism in global biodiversity protocol at COP15

Free City Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 30:00


Lim Li Ching of the Third World Network speaks about the negotiation battles that took place during the international summit surrounding the biological diversity convention which took place during the COP 15 meetings in Montreal. Lim talks about the struggle to work to address historic legacies of colonial violence that are manifested through economic systems like debt and debt financing as impacting the capacity of nations within the global south to fund biological diversity protection programs. Info on Lim's work here: https://www.twn.my Music on this edition is by AH! KOSMOS, info: https://ahkosmos.com Free City Radio is hosted and produced by Stefan @spirodon Christoff and airs on @radiockut 90.3FM at 11am on Wednesdays and @cjlo1690 AM in Tiohti:áke/Montréal on Tuesdays at 1pm on @ckuwradio 95.9FM in Winnipeg at 8am on Tuesdays, on @cfrc 101.9FM in Kingston, Ontario at 11:30am on Wednesdays. Now also broadcasting on @cfuv 101.9 FM in Victoria, BC on Wednesdays at 9am. Also Free City Radio is a podcast through both Spotify and Apple Podcasts, please encourage a friend to tune-in !

It's New Orleans: Louisiana Eats
The Chase And Brennan Family Legacies

It's New Orleans: Louisiana Eats

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022


It is an undisputed fact that Louisiana grows some of the best restaurant talent in the nation. On this week's show, we sit down with the best and the brightest of Louisiana's legacy restaurant families. We begin with the next generation running Dooky Chase's Restaurant in New Orleans. Since the death of Leah Chase in 2019, the crew she always referred to as "the grands" have stepped up to nurture and grow the legacy Leah established with her husband, the late Edgar "Dooky" Chase Jr. We speak with her grandchildren Tracie Haydel Griffin, who runs the front of the house; bar manager Eve Marie Haydel; and Edgar "Dook" Chase IV, who oversees the restaurant's kitchen. Also joining us is Dooky Chase's newest chef, Leah's great-granddaughter Zoe Chase. The whole nation is about to meet the grands (and great-grands) when their new PBS series, The Dooky Chase Kitchen: Leah's Legacy debuts in the spring of 2023. And if you live in the Crescent City – you may know a Brennan of your own. The restaurant dynasty that began with patriarch Owen Brennan in 1943 has grown to include a fourth generation. We sit down with Ralph Brennan's kids Kathryn Brennan McLeod and her brother Patrick, Dickie Brennan's daughter Sarah and his nephew (Lauren Brennan's son) Geordie Brower, and the cousin who is guaranteed to spice things up, president of Baumer Foods, Inc., Pepper Baumer. This crew of cousins behaves much more like siblings. They are all very close in age, share much of the same interests, and are now raising a fifth generation – with Sarah, Geordie, and Pepper all adding to that growing number in the last year.

Its New Orleans: Louisiana Eats
The Chase And Brennan Family Legacies

Its New Orleans: Louisiana Eats

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022


It is an undisputed fact that Louisiana grows some of the best restaurant talent in the nation. On this week's show, we sit down with the best and the brightest of Louisiana's legacy restaurant families. We begin with the next generation running Dooky Chase's Restaurant in New Orleans. Since the death of Leah Chase in 2019, the crew she always referred to as "the grands" have stepped up to nurture and grow the legacy Leah established with her husband, the late Edgar "Dooky" Chase Jr. We speak with her grandchildren Tracie Haydel Griffin, who runs the front of the house; bar manager Eve Marie Haydel; and Edgar "Dook" Chase IV, who oversees the restaurant's kitchen. Also joining us is Dooky Chase's newest chef, Leah's great-granddaughter Zoe Chase. The whole nation is about to meet the grands (and great-grands) when their new PBS series, The Dooky Chase Kitchen: Leah's Legacy debuts in the spring of 2023. And if you live in the Crescent City – you may know a Brennan of your own. The restaurant dynasty that began with patriarch Owen Brennan in 1943 has grown to include a fourth generation. We sit down with Ralph Brennan's kids Kathryn Brennan McLeod and her brother Patrick, Dickie Brennan's daughter Sarah and his nephew (Lauren Brennan's son) Geordie Brower, and the cousin who is guaranteed to spice things up, president of Baumer Foods, Inc., Pepper Baumer. This crew of cousins behaves much more like siblings. They are all very close in age, share much of the same interests, and are now raising a fifth generation – with Sarah, Geordie, and Pepper all adding to that growing number in the last year.

Future Ecologies
FE4.9 - Mountain Legacies

Future Ecologies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 56:12 Transcription Available Very Popular


From a distance, mountain landscapes may appear timeless and immutable. Take a closer look, however, and montane ecologies reveal themselves to be laboratories of radical transformation: rocks weather and fall; ecosystems burst into life for brief intervals; tree-lines shift; and wildfires rage. Even the very peaks themselves inch inexorably upwards or downwards with the flow of time.Amidst all the constant, unyielding change that animates the Earth's high places, people have long sought a vantage from which to survey this shifting terrain. Who can resist the romance of a breathtaking, mountaintop view? Or then to imagine what generations past might have seen from the same spot?In the mid 1990s, a small group of scientists in western Canada grew dissatisfied with mere imagining — they wanted to see that change for themselves. And in a forgotten corner of a national archive, they found some very heavy boxes that held a rare promise: an opportunity to look back in time at a landscape scale.– – –For musical credits, select photos, citations, links, and more, click here.Support the show and join our Patreon community– – –Learn more about the Mountain Legacy Project: mountainlegacy.caExplore all the photos and data: explore.mountainlegacy.caMore on land cover classification | Webinar | Deep Dive

Moon Harbor Heroes
Legacies, Issue 1: Once Upon A Time

Moon Harbor Heroes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 102:47


Lucy and the new heroes of Cataclysm Crew have a fairy tale beginning, but every fairy tale has its villains.This issue was GMed by Tess Huth (she/her), who can be found on Twitter @tessatrix. Flyby was played by Jane Behre. Jane (she/her) can be found on Twitter @janeminustarzan. Lady Rosewing was played by Elliot Peterson. Elliot (she/her or they/them) can be found on Twitter @elliotylen. Prince Butterfly was played by Crumpit. Crumpit (any pronouns) can be found on Twitter @thecrumpit. Sheva was played by Alix Catherine. Alix (she/her) can be found on Twitter @alixygalixy. Takanger Red was played by JPG. JPG (he/him) can be found on Twitter @speakerjpg. Tiger was played by Jon Jon Johnson. Jon Jon (they/them or he/him) can be found on Twitter @BurnJonJonBurn. Moon Harbor Heroes is produced by Tess Huth, Icy Sheets, Elliot Peterson, and Crumpit and edited by Tess Huth. The music in this issue was composed by Tess Huth. Moon Harbor Heroes is traditionally played using Masks: A New Generation, written by Brendan Conway and produced by Magpie Games. Our logo was designed by Beautiful Beasties. She can be found on Instagram at beastly.doodles or on Patreon at patreon.com/beautifulbeasties. If you want to get ahold of us, email us at moonharborheroes@gmail.com or find us on Twitter @moonharborcast.

Revenue Builders
The Sport of Sales Leadership with Bob Brennan

Revenue Builders

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 62:54


In this episode of Revenue Builders, our hosts John Kaplan and John McMahon talk with Bob Brennan. Bob has worked in multiple VP and CEO positions throughout his career and is currently a board chairman for Fairwinds, BitSight, and Thoughtworks. They discuss the metaphorical ‘athleticism' required to be a successful leader of a high-growth sales organization, gained through self-improvement and practice. Bob's advice for sales leaders is to own your mistakes, never assume you're the expert, and not be afraid to ask for help. He reminds us that it takes a team mentality to succeed, so positive energy and true comradery are your best assets. Additional Resources:Help give opportunities to youth in foster care: https://mtwyouth.org/Support Black-owned businesses in Massachusetts: https://www.becma.org/Connect with Bob on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobbrennan236/Listen to More Revenue Builders: https://www.forcemanagement.com/revenue-builders-podcast HIGHLIGHTSBeing a coachable leaderBenefits of an accountable cultureHow to handle the wrong hireOwning your mistakes, but not dwelling on themDon't talk to yourself in a way you wouldn't talk to othersDealing with activist investorsThe difference in leading public vs. private companiesLeading indicators of a successful ventureLeadership doesn't have to be lonely - don't be afraid to ask for help QUOTESBOB: The kind of people you want around you"I think you want to have people around you that are going to be supportive, but clear-eyed about, like when you're off or when you're wrong, and can you know, say, hey, wait a minute. So you don't end up betting the farm inadvertently, or, you know, chasing the wrong truck.”BOB: Don't be so hard on yourself"I think you want to hold up the mirror and be honest with yourself about screwing things up because it is a game of misses business. But then, let yourself off the hook too, just take that on board is don't do it again. But like, would you let it go? Check out John McMahon's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Qualified-Sales-Leader-Proven-Lessons/dp/0578895064

Wine and Rants
Ep. 102: Doulas, Midwives, and Childbirth feat. Aviance Webb of Planting Legacies

Wine and Rants

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 112:00


Guest Aviance Webb, Owner and Founder of Planting Legacies; Wine; Current Events; Cassidy is absent; Astrology Segment; the ladies have a discussion about doulas, midwives, and childbirth; Moral of the Story; Shot O'Clock; Song of the Week; Quotes. Here's Aviance's website: https://agents.worldfinancialgroup.com/aviance-webb --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Korea Society
National Identity Affirmation and Trust in Korea, Japan, and China - 2022 Sherman Family Korea Emerging Scholar Lecture with Eunbin Chung

The Korea Society

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 63:10


November 28, 2022 - Join us for the Sixth Annual Sherman Family Korea Emerging Scholar Lecture! Eunbin Chung, Assistant Professor at the University of Utah and the 2022 Sherman Family Korea Scholar Lecture awardee, will address National Identity Affirmation and Trust in Korea, Japan, and China from a unique perspective. Legacies of conflict and distrust have made it difficult for East Asian countries to form regional institutions and overcome security dilemmas. Chung's research questions two conventional wisdoms related to these regional dynamics: 1) that distrust among states can be overcome through cultural convergence and appealing to a shared identity (such as the "European" identity developed through the creation of the EU) and 2) that strong, inward-focused national identities exacerbate inter-state distrust and conflict. Chung asks, Is this true? Do distinct national identities really impede international trust? Chung's research advances the concept that trust not only can be built among nations when each affirms its own distinctive identity, but that this approach may be more effective than embracing common identities across different countries. Dr. Katrin Katz, the inaugural Sherman Family Lecture Award recipient and Van Fleet Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Society, describes Chung's argument as “breaking new ground in tackling some prevailing beliefs regarding the relationship between national identity and levels of inter-state trust and conflict. Dr. Chung's work entails a hopeful message for East Asia and beyond: that emphasizing the favorable and distinctive traits of one's own country need not lead to antagonistic relations with neighbors.” Come hear more about Chung's fascinating research on advancing productive dialogue in the region. Aram Hur, Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri and our 2021 Sherman Family Lecture, awardee will introduce the lecture. The annual Sherman Family award and lecture, now in its sixth year, aims to grow U.S. thought leadership on Korea for a new generation. The award is presented across disciplines and to emerging thought leaders, from doctoral candidates to junior professors and respective research or non-profit professionals. The award is made possible through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sherman and family. You can view the presentations of former award winners at the link below: https://www.koreasociety.org/policy-and-corporate-programs/item/1392-2020-korea-emerging-scholar-lecture-awardee-announced Video version of this lecture with presentation slides can be seen at the link below: https://youtu.be/CvgZgVYTMt0 For more information, please visit the link below: https://www.koreasociety.org/policy-and-corporate-programs/item/1627-sherman-family-korea-emerging-scholar-lecture-2022

JobMakers
E72. Julianne Zimmerman on the Inventive Legacies of Immigrants

JobMakers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 22:49


This week on JobMakers, host Denzil Mohammed talks with Julianne Zimmerman, managing director at Reinventure Capital, lecturer on Social Entrepreneurship at Tufts University (and named to Forbes’ 2022 “50 Over 50” list). Julianne sees first-hand how immigrants collaborate with the U.S.-born to create meaningful inventions that solve real problems – but how rhetoric, policy, and an outdated system... Source

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
JobMakers: Julianne Zimmerman on the Inventive Legacies of Immigrants (#72)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 22:49


This week on JobMakers, host Denzil Mohammed talks with Julianne Zimmerman, managing director at Reinventure Capital, lecturer on Social Entrepreneurship at Tufts University (and named to Forbes’ 2022 “50 Over 50” list). Julianne sees first-hand how immigrants collaborate with the U.S.-born to create meaningful inventions that solve real problems – but how rhetoric, policy, and an outdated system can shut them out. Julianne now heads a […]

Consuming the Craft
Encore Episode CBI011 Youthing, Getting Out of the Bag, and Creating Legacies with Sara Stender of Tima Tea

Consuming the Craft

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 28:26


Sara Stender is the empress of loose-leaf tea. She is the founding CEO of 3 Mountains, LLC., the Founder and Executive Director of Africa Healing Exchange, and the owner of Tima Tea. After learning about the Rwandan genocide at the age of 22, she was on a mission to help the Rwandan people and economy. By 2012, she founded the Africa Healing Exchange, and in 2016, 3 Mountains and Tima Tea were born. Tima Tea currently offers several organic tea products, including black tea, green tea, tulsi lemongrass tea, silver tea, and white tea, with new flavors expected to hit the market soon. Sara joins me today to discuss how the Rwandan genocide inspired her mission to bring direct Rwandan tea to the US while helping to improve the Rwandan economy. She explains the difference between bag tea and loose-leaf tea and how tea bags were created by mistake. We discuss the unhealthy side effects of drinking bag tea and how sales from Tima Tea helps grow the Rwandan economy and inspire communities. She also shares some of the latest ventures and products Tima Tea expects to release this year.  This week on Consuming the Craft: ●     What's included in the Get Loose Kit.●     The unhealthy side effects of drinking bag tea.●     The Booze Clues Sparkling Mushroom Tea surprise - Tea in a wine glass?●     What inspired her mission to bring Rwandan-direct tea to the United States.●     The creation of Tima Tea's upcoming products: Harvest Gold and Platinum.●     Blending black tea with a sweet apple juice flavor.●     Why they decided to put a gorilla on the can design.●     Tima Tea's newest venture: The Tulsi Lemongrass Tea●     How Tima Tea sales are helping to build legacies in Rwanda as well as improve its economy.  Connect with Sara Stender: ●     Tima Tea●     3 Mountains●     Africa Healing Exchange

Moon Harbor Heroes
Legacies Issue 0: Meet the Legacies

Moon Harbor Heroes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022


The cast of Legacies, the brand new line from Moon Harbor Heroes, comes together in the second part of our session zero to introduce their newly minted heroes.

Moon Harbor Heroes
Legacies Issue 0: Creating the World of the Legacies

Moon Harbor Heroes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 34:21


The cast of Legacies, the brand new line from Moon Harbor Heroes, comes together in the first part of our session zero to create their version of Moon Harbor.

Women Who Went Before
Suffering Witches to Live: Jewish Women and the Legacies of Religious Law

Women Who Went Before

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 59:19 Transcription Available


In Episode 8 our hosts talk with Dr. Elizabeth Shanks Alexander about whether women can keep track of their own periods, religious law as a boys' club, and why ancient rabbis cared about witchery.  Episode show notes: https://womenwhowentbefore.com/suffering-witches-to-live.Women Who Went Before is written, produced, and edited by Emily Chesley and Rebekah Haigh. The music is composed and produced by Moses Sun.Sponsored by the Center for Culture, Society, and Religion, the Program in Judaic Studies, and the Stanley J. Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies at Princeton UniversityViews expressed on the podcast are solely those of the individuals, and do not represent Princeton University.

All Things Azeroth - Your World of Warcraft Podcast
All Things Azeroth #747 - Let the Dragons roar

All Things Azeroth - Your World of Warcraft Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 78:18


Medros and Van return to discuss the upcoming launch of Dragonflight, Blizzard's China deal ending, the Anniversary pack, and more

New Books Network
Irene Hilden, "Absent Presences in the Colonial Archive: Dealing with the Berlin Sound Archive's Acoustic Legacies" (Leuven UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 53:12


Dealing with the colonial archive entails acknowledging the inability to know everything, accounting for the archive's limited and incomplete condition. Dealing with the colonial archive is not merely about stories of the past but also about the history of the present, and how it is interrupted by the past. — Irene Hilden, in conversation with New Books Network. With a firm commitment to postcolonial scholarship, Absent Presences in the Colonial Archive: Dealing with the Berlin Sound Archive's Acoustic Legacies (Leuven University Press, 2022) presents a historical ethnography of a metropolitan institution that participated in the production and preservation of colonial structures of power and knowledge. This book examines sound objects and listening practices that render the coloniality of knowledge fragile and inconsistent, revealing the absent presences of colonial subjects who are given little or no place in established national narratives and collective memories. Based on research at the Berlin Sound Archive (Lautarchiv), which consists of an extensive collection of sound recordings compiled for scientific purposes in the first half of the 20th century, Irene Hilden engages with the archive by focusing on recordings produced under colonial conditions. This publication is available as a free ebook at OAPEN Library, JSTOR, Project Muse, and Open Research Library. Jen Hoyer is Technical Services and Electronic Resources Librarian at CUNY New York City College of Technology and a volunteer at Interference Archive. She is co-author of What Primary Sources Teach: Lessons for Every Classroom and The Social Movement Archive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Irene Hilden, "Absent Presences in the Colonial Archive: Dealing with the Berlin Sound Archive's Acoustic Legacies" (Leuven UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 53:12


Dealing with the colonial archive entails acknowledging the inability to know everything, accounting for the archive's limited and incomplete condition. Dealing with the colonial archive is not merely about stories of the past but also about the history of the present, and how it is interrupted by the past. — Irene Hilden, in conversation with New Books Network. With a firm commitment to postcolonial scholarship, Absent Presences in the Colonial Archive: Dealing with the Berlin Sound Archive's Acoustic Legacies (Leuven University Press, 2022) presents a historical ethnography of a metropolitan institution that participated in the production and preservation of colonial structures of power and knowledge. This book examines sound objects and listening practices that render the coloniality of knowledge fragile and inconsistent, revealing the absent presences of colonial subjects who are given little or no place in established national narratives and collective memories. Based on research at the Berlin Sound Archive (Lautarchiv), which consists of an extensive collection of sound recordings compiled for scientific purposes in the first half of the 20th century, Irene Hilden engages with the archive by focusing on recordings produced under colonial conditions. This publication is available as a free ebook at OAPEN Library, JSTOR, Project Muse, and Open Research Library. Jen Hoyer is Technical Services and Electronic Resources Librarian at CUNY New York City College of Technology and a volunteer at Interference Archive. She is co-author of What Primary Sources Teach: Lessons for Every Classroom and The Social Movement Archive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

In Our Time
The Morant Bay Rebellion

In Our Time

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 53:42


Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the rebellion that broke out in Jamaica on 11th October 1865 when Paul Bogle (1822-65) led a protest march from Stony Gut to the courthouse in nearby Morant Bay. There were many grounds for grievance that day and soon anger turned to bloodshed. Although the British had abolished slavery 30 years before, the plantation owners were still dominant and the conditions for the majority of people on Jamaica were poor. The British governor suppressed this rebellion brutally and soon people in Jamaica lost what right they had to rule themselves. Some in Britain, like Charles Dickens, supported the governor's actions while others, like Charles Darwin, wanted him tried for murder. The image above is from a Jamaican $2 banknote, printed after Paul Bogle became a National Hero in 1969. With Matthew J Smith Professor of History and Director of the Centre for the Study of the Legacies of British Slavery at University College London Diana Paton The William Robertson Professor of History at the University of Edinburgh And Lawrence Goldman Emeritus Fellow in History at St Peter's College, University of Oxford Producer: Simon Tillotson

In Our Time: History
The Morant Bay Rebellion

In Our Time: History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 53:42


Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the rebellion that broke out in Jamaica on 11th October 1865 when Paul Bogle (1822-65) led a protest march from Stony Gut to the courthouse in nearby Morant Bay. There were many grounds for grievance that day and soon anger turned to bloodshed. Although the British had abolished slavery 30 years before, the plantation owners were still dominant and the conditions for the majority of people on Jamaica were poor. The British governor suppressed this rebellion brutally and soon people in Jamaica lost what right they had to rule themselves. Some in Britain, like Charles Dickens, supported the governor's actions while others, like Charles Darwin, wanted him tried for murder. The image above is from a Jamaican $2 banknote, printed after Paul Bogle became a National Hero in 1969. With Matthew J Smith Professor of History and Director of the Centre for the Study of the Legacies of British Slavery at University College London Diana Paton The William Robertson Professor of History at the University of Edinburgh And Lawrence Goldman Emeritus Fellow in History at St Peter's College, University of Oxford Producer: Simon Tillotson

Cinema Drive
223. Lies and Legacies: The Implications of Digital Resurrection

Cinema Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 43:01


Jason and Ryan break down deepfaking, photorealism, and what it means to bring deceased talent back to life. What are the ethical implications and artistic merits of this brave new world's weird science?The Deep Question: What is a favorite fight scene of yours?This Week's Features:Furious 7 (2015)Gorgeous (1999)The Night Comes for Us (2018)Star Wars (1977)Top Gun: Maverick (2022)