This episode features three wonderful women who have created a wonderful service and experience for people living with dementia. As truly holistic approach, you'll hear about their experience in guiding people living with dementia as well as their families, staff, and care teams. Take a listen to hear more about healthy selfishness, important for all care team members and helping professionals in general! About The Creative Dementia Collective:We are three passionate millennial women who have extensive experience in the senior care industry. Our experience has shown us where the gaps and needs are for people living with dementia and their loved ones. We saw the need for real and tangible support which, oftentimes, is not available to them through larger, more institutional organizations. The need for additional, deeper support and resources remains a real and ongoing concern, and we created The Collective to address and support these needs as well as to work toward normalizing, not stigmatizing people living with dementia. Our people-first approach to creatively caring for our clients and their loved ones allows us to build relationships, create much needed educational opportunities and bring awareness to the people behind the disease. Links:Website: CreativeDementiaCollective.comInstagram: instagram.com/cCeativeDementiaCollectiveFacebook: facebook.com/CreativeDementiaCollective Learn more about Kaylee's Story, Jael's Story, and Erin's Story Find a music therapist at cbmt.org Check out more info about art therapy at Arttherapy.org Join our newsletter for free downloads, creative ideas, and exclusive access to our materials! Follow Creative Therapy Umbrella on Instagram or on Facebook! Have feedback? Fill out our anonymous survey to let us know your thoughts, concerns, questions, suggestions, and feedback. For us to serve you better, we need to hear YOUR voice!
For Season One's special close out episode, Dr. Shari Dade has the pleasure of being joined by Dr. Richard Stone, an Independent Contractor and Healthcare Strategist. Dr. Stone is the former acting Under Secretary for Health at the Veterans Health Administration. In this conversation, Dr. Stone discusses the missteps leaders can make throughout their leaderships careers and when they are embarking on the journey of new beginnings. This episode moves the focus from leadership in it's current state, the here and now, and draws attention to the way audacious leaders leave a legacy for those who will lead in the future. Key Lessons: 1) Listen! And when you think you know the answer, shut up and listen some more! 2) It's important to let the contrarians in the room to hear what they have to say. This is the 1st step in ensuring there is diversity of thought in decision making. 3) Your leadership legacy lies in who you have around you and what you leave to leaders that will come after you. Please check out additional services here: https://dvagov.sharepoint.com/sites/VHANationalCenterforOrganizationDevelopment
Today we talked to Amelia Ortiz. We talked about so many different things: activism, languages. We talked about Columbus. We talked about indigenous erasure, immigration and immigrants. I mean we went deep into systems and most importantly, we talked about love. It's an amazing episode for us we're very grateful to have had the opportunity to record it and I know you're in for a treat. Please check out their website and suggestions in this episode: Land Back Movement - https://landback.org/ Stop Line 3 - https://www.stopline3.org/take-action Shellmound - https://shellmound.org/ Articles: Canada: Bodies at Indigenous school not isolated incident You can find more information at https://unconsciousbiasproject.org/. Dr Linet Mera and Alexis Krohn are your hosts. Seth Boeckman is our editor. If you like what you hear, please subscribe to this podcast and follow us. We can be found on: Facebook: Unconscious Bias Project Twitter: @UBP_STEM LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/unconscious-bias-project/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/ubp_stem/ Join our mailing list: http://eepurl.com/go0bsn
The CW's Legacies star, Elijah B. Moore, returns to continue the discussion of the Gates family treasure hunting! Join us as we discover Cibola, discuss everything Ed Harris and Bruce Greenwood, and maybe chat about our own run ins with the current Commander in Chief???SUBSCRIBE to our Podcast Feed and Leave us a REVIEW!TWITTER - https://twitter.com/mostxtremepodINSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/mostxtremepod/WEBSITE - https://mostxtremepodcast.simplecast.com/REDDIT - https://www.reddit.com/user/mostxtremepodEMAIL - firstname.lastname@example.org
Former OU QB Charles Thompson drops BOMBSHELLS on how his son & Texas QB Casey Thompson almost became a Sooners on multiple occasions &, breaks down OU/TX| Parker and Brandon break down game OU/TX too|5-star OU legacies Gentry Williams & Gabe Dindy upcoming decisions| OU/TX score predictions! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How does colonialism still shape museums today? In Cataloguing Culture: Legacies of Colonialism in Museum Documentation (UBC Press, 2020), Hannah Turner, an assistant professor in the School of Information at the University of British Columbia, reveals the complex history of cataloguing museum collections. Using a case study of The Smithsonian, the book details the material practices that underpin the contested collections of the National Museum of Natural History. Turner's research charts the early uses of ledgers and record books, through the use of drawings, card catalogues, and typed records, to computerisation of the collections' records. The analysis has important implications for contemporary debates over repatriation of collections, and the book is powerful illustration of the importance of understanding the long shadow of colonial practices and knowledges on the contemporary institution. Cataloguing Culture is essential reading for practitioners and academics, as well as for anyone interested in the past, and the future, of museums. Dave O'Brien is Chancellor's Fellow, Cultural and Creative Industries, at the University of Edinburgh's College of Art. 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
How does colonialism still shape museums today? In Cataloguing Culture: Legacies of Colonialism in Museum Documentation (UBC Press, 2020), Hannah Turner, an assistant professor in the School of Information at the University of British Columbia, reveals the complex history of cataloguing museum collections. Using a case study of The Smithsonian, the book details the material practices that underpin the contested collections of the National Museum of Natural History. Turner's research charts the early uses of ledgers and record books, through the use of drawings, card catalogues, and typed records, to computerisation of the collections' records. The analysis has important implications for contemporary debates over repatriation of collections, and the book is powerful illustration of the importance of understanding the long shadow of colonial practices and knowledges on the contemporary institution. Cataloguing Culture is essential reading for practitioners and academics, as well as for anyone interested in the past, and the future, of museums. Dave O'Brien is Chancellor's Fellow, Cultural and Creative Industries, at the University of Edinburgh's College of Art. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history
Out with the old, in with the new. Not so fast, says Phil. In today's episode, Phil takes us on a journey through the history of a family home and the process of its improvement and preservation. This endeavor, while not the cheapest or fastest route, carries a far more important purpose. Tune in to hear his story and prepare to look at the “old” through “new” eyes. Resources: Please send Comments, Questions, and Feedback to: email@example.com Please send First Friday Feedback submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are BACK! After a brief hiatus, we are striking back hard with an amazing conversation with Dustin and Tonya Johnson from Vikings and Vixens! Bowman Legacies... where we want to help you build a legacy that will far surpass your legend!
It's widely accepted, including by two inquiries, that climate change was a significant factor in the Black Summer fires of 2019/20. But in the response to the fires, and in the opportunities for preparation in the years before, many human, political and systemic errors were made. Journalist Bronwyn Adcock lived through the huge Currowan fire on the NSW South Coast, and in a new book has dissected it from every angle, including policy and politics.
Debbie D was sober 30 years at the time she led this workshop on the topic of the 3 Legacies held at the West Portland Group April of 2006. There is some Q&A and you cant hear the Q at all, I cut out the dead silences so you arent just sitting there waiting. Please take our 2 question survey, help us serve you better! (Ends Sunday) Survey: http://cduck.us/sobercast Email: email@example.com Support Sober Cast: https://sobercast.com/donate We have added a page of meetings that have moved online https://sobercast.com/online-meetings Sober Cast has 1600+ episodes available, visit SoberCast.com to access all the episodes where you can easily find topics or specific speakers using tags or search.
Hey kids, we're back with a new Q(ueer)Anon with Mister Sister!! This week, Jordan and Randy are joined by our sister from another mister, one Mikeah Ernest Jennings!!! We jump right into a new Bottom 5 where we talk about All Stars 6, Nicki Minaj's cousin's friend's balls, and we find out how RuPaul got her wings. After that, we're heading back to high school to discuss this week's Pop Culture Moment: the new Lil' Nas X song and video, "That's What I Want," off his new album, Montero. That takes us into a deep dive on coming up queer in the minefield that is high school life. And specifically, what we all did to survive (and maybe even thrive) in the locker room gauntlet. As always, we end with this week's ConsQUEERacies: Randy's got some thoughts on America's resistance to bidets, and Jordan makes some guesses as to who will follow in Trump's awkwardly small footsteps. The truth is here. The truth is queer. And she learned the truth at seventeen.
Air Date 9/21/2021 Today we take a look at the parallel legacies of 9/11 including the war on terror and military spending, the casual acceptance of Islamophobia, the adoption of ever-wilder conspiracy theories, and the acceleration of the political divide in America culminating, so far, in the January 6th Insurrection. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows & Bonus Content) SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: 9/11: A Story in Three Parts. - Unf*cking The Republic - Air Date 9-10-21 We were tempted to let the 20th anniversary of 9/11 pass given it will be oversaturated with remembrances and armchair punditry as well as the usual tragedy porn imagery. Ch. 2: Endless militarization has bled US society dry - The Real News Podcast - Air Date 9-14-21 It's been 20 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Since then, the US has channeled an unfathomable amount of its resources into the military-industrial complex. Ch. 3: “Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire”: Deepa Kumar on How Racism Fueled U.S. Wars Post-9/11 - Democracy Now! - Air Date 9-14-21 According to the Costs of War Project, the wars launched by the United States following 9/11 have killed an estimated 929,000 people in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen and elsewhere. Ch. 4: 20 Years Later: How 9/11 Changed Being Muslim in America - The Brian Lehrer Show - Air Date 9-10-21 Rowaida Abdelaziz, national reporter for HuffPost where she focuses on immigration, Islamophobia, and social justice issues, joins to discuss how being Muslim in the United States changed after the September 11th attacks. Ch. 5: 20 Years Since 9/11, 20 Years of Conspiracy Theories - Doomed - Air Date 9-10-21 Matt looks at the conspiracies, hoaxes, and urban legends that surround the day and the Bush administration. Ch. 6: The road from 9/11 to Donald Trump - Vox Conversations - Air Date 9-12-21 Sean Illing talks with national security reporter Spencer Ackerman, author of the new book Reign of Terror. They discuss the staggering changes to our country in the 20 years since 9/11 Ch. 7: America, 20 years after 9/11 - World Review from the New Statesman - Air Date 9-10-21 Jeremy Cliffeand Sarah Manavis are joined by New Yorker columnist and author Evan Osnos to discuss his new book, Wildland: The Making of America's Fury and how America has changed since the attacks on New York and Washington. Ch. 8: The Direct Line From 9/11 to January 6th - WhoWhatWhy - Air Date 9-10-21 Award-winning journalist Spencer Ackerman examines how 9/11 opened the door to America's worst historical impulses and led directly to Donald Trump and January 6th. MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 9: Rescue 9/11 w/ Jim Lobe and Laila Ujayli - American Prestige - Air Date 9-11-21 The boys interview Laila Ujayli, associate editor at Inkstick Media, about growing up as a young Muslim in post-9/11 America. Ch. 10: Congressmember Barbara Lee, the Lone Vote for Peace After the September 11th Attacks - Breaking the Sound Barrier by Amy Goodman - Air Date 9-9-21 Congressmember Lee courageously voted no against the AUMF twenty years ago. FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 11: Final comments on Brian Williams and the campaigns we can win vs the campaigns worth winning MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions): Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent SHOW IMAGE: Description: The camera looks up at a young Muslim woman, wearing a black hoodie with the hood up over her black head covering, as she stands outside a glass entryway looking out into the distance. An American flag is wrapped around her shoulders. Credit: "Protest against Donald Trump's Muslim ban" by Fibonacci Blue | License | Changes: Cropped and very slight increase in contrast, brightness and saturation Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com
While many heroes you encounter in film, TV, and comics are one of kind, there are are plenty of occasions where you see a hero persona or identity that is occupied by multiple characters instead of just one. It could be a mantle handed down from one character to another (Robin). It could an a identity shared by many people at once (The Green Lanterns). Or, it could even be a sacred role that must be filled anew each generation (Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra). It is in any of these instances and more that the character becomes what is known as a legacy character. Even though these occurrences are occasional, there are many great examples of these characters throughout pop culture history. Join the panel as they discuss a personal favorite topic of theirs, legacy characters.
Today on The Faction, we recap a powerful episode of Smackdown from Madison Square Garden. We also take a look at AEW Rampage. Big news regarding the NXT Championship that has been vacated by the now injured Samoa Joe. And, is it time to put some RESPECT on the name of the ROH World Championship? Shane Taylor suggests that we do. Share your thoughts via social media using the hashtag #TheFactionShow. Follow us at @TheFactionShow. Rate, download, share, and subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or your preferred podcast platform.
Being a legend isn't something that happens overnight. As a matter of fact, claiming to be one off the rip, is actually the opposite of how that label gets properly acquired. The status comes overtime, quietly, after years of microphone mastery, consistent creativity and elevated excellence. In other words, as much as the internet might talk, theres a huge difference between the crown on a king and the flavor of the month. And there's no better example walking than the man known as @QuietAZMoney With a rep as one of the top tier lyricist in the genre, earned in part by regularly holding his own with none other than #Nas and by creating the cult classic #DoeOrDie back in the golden era of the 90's. Fast forward to today and the Brooklyn original has decided to sequel his classic and show off the blueprint thats made him the legend he is today. Thankfully he's pulled up on @MrMec, @KLavenne and the #MMMKRadioShow on @officialfuburadio via @radiodotcom & @iheartradio to do it!
With echoes of the Soviet retreat, the last American plane left Afghanistan on August 31, 2021 following two decades of war. How do the legacies of the Soviet and American occupations compare, and what does the future hold for Russian-Afghan relations with the Taliban now in charge? Our host Jill Dougherty is joined by Michael Kugelman and others for a conversation on Afghanistan and the role Russia is poised to play.
This week's on Amanda's world I had on Iman a background actress from Legacies. We talked all about her time on Legacies , about her and about Covid. Thank you so much for watching this week's episode and I'll see you all on small business Saturday. This week small shop Instagram shop zac.shop My Socials My Instagram amanda_penny_14 Iman Socials Iman Instagram http://instagram.com/imanshakoor
The episode begins with Sam and Matt discussing Sayid's journey through this very timely episode but ends with them planning a LOST tabletop roleplaying game! MUSIC:"Mystery Sax"Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/"Miami Nights - Extended Theme", "Mystery Sax"Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Welcome back to Tabletop Radio Hour! Today, we continue our adventures in 7th Sea with Myth and Legacies! Zach gets to finish off his GM sessions this week, and we have an RPG Reflection after, so listen through to hear that! This one definitely has its ups and downs, and we're excited to keep playing! I hope you enjoy! Twitter: https://twitter.com/TabletopCast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tabletop-Radio-Hour-280461932761697/?modal=admin_todo_tour Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Patreon: patreon.com/tabletopradiohour Thank you all for listening, and Keep Rolling 20's!
GROW Greatness Reached over Oppression through Wisdom Famous Legends Failed by the Oppression. their Legacies are with us, in our Hearts they Carry on. Lift their Legacies, do not extinguish them, hold them dear, their Spirits are near, Ancestors, propelling this Train forward towards #genuineequality , #righteousness for all.Church is in the Heart, Love is where You start. Not about Lifting One Man or WoMan but Everyone. No one is Better, We are All Legends
This week's on Amanda's world I had on Janelle a background actress from Legacies. We talked all about her time on Legacies , about her and about Covid. Thank you so much for watching this week's episode and I'll see you all on small business Saturday. this week's small shop Openureyecreations. my socials my Instagram amanda_penny_14 Janelle socials Janelle Instagram janelleflorence
One-Legged Mongoose: Secrets, Legacies, and Coming of Age in 1950s New York by Marc J Straus It's June 1953 and ten-year-old Marc Straus is in his mother's car, getting sick from her cigarette smoke on his way to a Hebrew lesson. He and his younger brother, Stephen, are transferring from public school to a Yeshiva and Marc needs tutoring. His parents haven't said why they're transferring-the family isn't religious. All Marc knows is he'll have to protect his brother. Stephen's a delicate kid other kids pick on. Marc's a street fighter who knows how to wall off pain. So begins One-Legged Mongoose, Marc Straus's vivid, compelling, you-are-there memoir of two years in the life of a precocious, scrappy Jewish kid carrying a dark secret as he embarks on the journey to young manhood in 1950s New York. When school starts, Marc begins commuting four hours daily to a different world, where kids are smart like him and fight with words instead of fists and a caring principal takes the troubled truant under his wing. On Sundays, Marc works at his dad's textile store, learning from his immigrant father about honor and hard work. At home he faces his volatile mother. Sidelined too often by illness and injuries, Marc starts rethinking his risk-taking way of life. A voracious reader, he looks to books for insights-What would Santiago do?-and comes to accept that he's not invulnerable. Life will wound him, but the rest is up to him.
In this client story we talk with Baker Kearney, owner of GES-AGM, providers of of carbon and graphite products. Baker shares candidly about what his involvement with a company his grandfather started more than 50 years ago, how the company has innovated and grown, and some of the unique challenges GES-AGM manages and how he as a leader fits in. It's a fascinating conversation for any owner, CEO or leader of an international or family business, especially when Baker shares his initial skepticism about working with an outside firm like ProCFO Partners, and how that skepticism has turned into delight and appreciation.
Dr. Jeanette welcomes Gerald 'Jerry' Sanford, a retired New York City firefighter and policeman, to share his new book It Started with a helmet: A Retired Firefighter's Return to New York City the Day Before 9/11. A firefighter retires from FDNY and finds a helmet that he decides should be returned to the Ladder Co 42 of which it originated. The lifetime of service, honor and respect that a helmet symbolizes was memorialized on September 10, 2001, the day before 9/11. A soul was brought 'home' and little did Jerry know about the bigger picture of bringing all the people together at the firehouse, that this would be their last day together in a celebration. They were all killed the day after on 9/11. As we approach the 20 year anniversary of this event, might we stop for the day and honor all the souls who gave up their lives in the attack, those who sought to help and rescue people in distress and those who are still suffering the pain of loss and grief in their hearts to this day.We honor all people of service, the families and loved ones who gave of their lives and hearts, and the city of New York that was forever changed by the attacks on its people.We will never forget. As the helmet brought together people to remember, we too remember the souls of all beings affected by this tragedy.Much love and honor to you all. Dr. JeanetteFor more information on Jerry and to find his social media venues to share visit: www.ItStartedWithAHelmet.comFor a free newsletter and gentle healing book from Dr. Jeanette visit: www.DrJeanetteGallagher.com
In this more introspective episode, Casuan broaches the topics of betting on yourself and understanding that it's never too late to realize your potential. In the first segment, Casuan covers the recent trade pulled off between the Clippers and Grizzlies. Casuan then follows the second segment by breaking down an essential concept/move that guards at all levels should utilize in their game. Casuan then spends the last two segments of the show describing the importance of always betting on yourself and remembering it's never too late to accomplish your dreams while using Dennis Schroeder, Michael Beasley, and Kenneth Farraid as backdrops.
1:10 - LACMA curator Susie Ferrell discusses the museum's current exhibit “Legacies of Exchange: Chinese Contemporary Art from the Yuz Foundation”. The exhibit examines the premise of cultural exchange and how Western art and brands have influenced Chinese art in the present and recent past.25:37 - Artist Zoe Walsh discusses their work. Walsh is an up and coming Los Angeles-based artist whose brightly colored works walk a fine line between abstraction and figuration while delving into issues related to trans spectatorship.56:02 - The week's top art headlines
Welcome back to Tabletop Radio Hour! This week, we continue our adventures in Myth and Legacies! Five Sails is still here, so listen while it lasts! Our adventurers follow a few Red Hand Gang through the maze hidden INSIDE the Vodacce district here at Five Sails! Zach's sessions are coming to a close soon, so don't miss how this small story wraps up next!
Hosted By: Deborah Michas (IG: @deborahmichas) & Justin Ryan Bizzarro (IG: @justinbizzarro) Century Food: Century and Heritage Farm Program | Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship (iowaagriculture.gov) Free Podcast. No Advertisements. The stories of Food, Beverage and Nutrition Entrepreneurs and how their failures led to the successes in their lives and in their business. What does the future have in store for the food, beverage, and nutrition entrepreneur? JUSTIN AND THE [FOOD] ENTREPRENEURS Email: email@example.com Instagram: @justinandthefoodentrepreneurs ( #foodentrepreneurs ) All music is scored by host or royalty free.
Celebrity Makeup artist Christina Flach popped in on PillowTalk all the way from Los Angelos California!!! Her 20+ year career is filled with lessons, trials, tribulations and rewards. Working with everyone from Isaiah Washington to flying all over the world and creating her own VEGAN make up brand this Boss LADY does it all, while look so damn cute!!!! If your someone struggling to find purpose, or just need some honest advice on how to evolve in your career, you may wanna run this back twice !!! Follow her brand on IG @Prettygirlmkup now !! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robin-evette/message
Allie Kiley's late father, Dick Kiley, was one of the most beloved First Wardens to ever grace the Block Island town council. Although he left us too soon, his legacy can be seen and felt everywhere. Rich and Marc spend a good deal of time discussing this legacy with Allie. It's hard not to as the man who first brought mopeds to Block Island (only to soon after get rid of them at the town's behest) is truly an icon and a sorely missed one at that.But the episode belongs to Allie whose early days here were filled with babysitting jobs, beach volleyball games and the usual stuff that makes up those halcyon days. However we all have to grow up and after her Dad's passing, Allie took on the huge responsibility of running the Daniel Packer Inn located in Mystic, CT.Dick purchased the Packer in the 70's when it was a dilapidated mess. Everyone thought he was crazy but after years of hard work, the Phoenix indeed rose from the flames to become one of the most popular eateries along the Southeast Connecticut shoreline. Allie has done some incredible work there. She pours her heart and soul into the family business that continues to hold its own throughout the boom experienced by the Mystic restaurant scene. Allie's enthusiasm (and her giggle) are infectious. Give a listen as we talk about what's next for Allie and the Packer as well as the "Mystic-Block Island" connection.Oh...and the Packer's haunted. Cool ghost stories abound!
It's been quite a week for pro wrestling, with great matches popping up in AEW, New Japan, MLW and indie-favorite GCW. From this wealth of goodness, we've selected a top five that includes a Disney World surprise, Nick Gage and two different men with extremely outrageous tans. All this, plus YOUR QUESTIONS! Thanks for listening!
The Castell and Stuermer Stores are separated by about 160 miles and sit on opposite ends of Central Texas. Their hours can hardly be described as regular, nor do they boast expansive aisles dedicated to rice, face wash, or Greek yogurt. Yet, they help bridge the past of the communities they serve to our present, and provide spaces for fellowship that are essential for different, but important reasons. We'll learn about why this is by sitting down with their respective owners who share stories both touching, humorous and wild- One of which, the tale of a certain rooster, is unlike anything we've ever heard... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/evan-stern1/message
Today we're talking about Legacies, which recently concluded its third season on The CW Network. My guests are the Co-Department Heads for Creature Effects, Mark Villalobos and Heather Mages, and we're joined by the Assistant Stunt Coordinator, Jeremy Conner. Bring on the monster talk!
Meadowlark Media's Amin Elhassan drops by prior to Game 6 of the NBA Finals to talk about the Suns/Bucks. The narrative of Giannis and how quickly it changed. How the Bucks remind DA of the Chris Webber Kings. Has the Suns/Bucks Finals been good for the NBA? Will Giannis' profile grow if they win the title and the conversation surrounding his rise. And finally, will Chris Paul be in Phoenix next year? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join your hosts as they celebrate their 500th episode of countercharge. Stacked with history, fun and giveaways tune in for a monster good time episode. Don't miss the big announcement towards the end. Timestamps are below for your convenience. 00.00 Intro and hobby catch up 13.50 Reminiscing 28.15 Favourite Episodes 42.55 After Dark Advertisement43.30 REVIEW GIVEAWAY46.00 Community Interviews - Jake Ciarapica57.00 Community Interviews - Brinton Williams1.04.55 Community Interviews - Ronnie Renton and Kyle Pretzel Twinkie1.23.30 Community Interviews - Mat Sellick1.30.10 Community Interviews - Jon Faulkes1.41.00 Community Interviews - Winged Hussar1.52.10 Community Interviews - Felix and Ben Stoddard2.02.15 Community Interviews - Alessio Cavatore2.08.45 MARK'S WESTFALIA GIVEAWAY2.09.45 GIGANTIC MANTIC GIVEAWAY2.10.55 Big Announcement - Farewell to a Brother2.32.00 Outtakes
Chris and Rob discuss the likelihood that the Los Angeles Clippers will be able to come back and beat the Phoenix Suns after falling behind 3-1 in the series, tell us if a Clippers series victory would do more to enhance Paul George's legacy or Chris Paul's legacy, and react to the breaking news that Trae Young is out for tonight's Game 4 against the Milwaukee Bucks. Plus, legendary play-by-play voice of the Clippers Ralph Lawler swings by to share his thoughts on the team. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com