A new report in The Hill says Democratic Party leaders are upset with "longshot", outsider candidates raising lots of money when there are several seats in more winnable races to protect. But Boyd argues that this happens on the Republican side, too...and that party bosses picking and choosing the candidates is not a good idea. (Comments originally broadcast at the Utah Gives Back event at Highland Junior High School in Ogden.) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
State Rep. Ryan Wilcox joined Boyd during the Utah Gives Back event at Highland Junior High in Ogden yesterday, where he talked about the importance of education and gave his thoughts on how to best manage resources for schools. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on Live Loud and Local we kick off the show with all things you can hear live on the Halloween Weekend... Sylvan Esso - Hey Mami - The Sylvee 10/29 Sierra Hull - Secrets - Barrymore Theater 10/29 Dead Horses - Golden Sky - BarryMore 10/29 Steve Forbert - Romeo's Tune - The Burr Oak 10/30 The Ryan McGrath Band - Full Mile Beer Company - 10/30 Then we Dip our TOEs into Flannel Fest Things Beth Kille - Figure you out - The Burr Oak - 11/6 Funks Pub Then Fill in the middle with that Joey B Banks Joey B Banks - Harmony Bar and Grill 11/6 AND THEN! MAMAS AWARDS THINGS!!! All Nominated for Song of the YEAR Dana Perry - Fingers in my Ears Wolves and Sheep - Something you ain't never Seen 7ucky Vita - Break up with your girlfriend Penelope's Thrill - Clockwork Clouds Pecatonica Mud - The Midwsterners Phat Phunktion - Well Run Dry - 25th of Phunk at the Majestic Nov 6th THEN WE WRAP IT UP WITH MORE FLANNEL! The Mascot Theory - Flannel Fest Nov 5th Gibson Music Hall - Beth Kille Band, American Scarecrows Towne Miles Nelson and the Rusted Hearts
Would you like to get paid in Bitcoin? Some workers are saying yes, and governments both large and small are getting into the cryptocurrency game. Natalie Brunell, host of the Coin Stories podcast, talked with Boyd about what's going on and the future of crypto. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The just wrapped Silicon Slopes Tech Summit brought big names to Utah. But many speakers had some unique insight into why America still works, despite all the challenges we face. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do you make laws in such a polarized era? University of Utah Professor James Curry has a new book and a new piece in The New York Times discussing the limits of operating within political parties. What could Democrats be doing better to get their agenda items passed? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Biden Administration is asking oil companies to cut prices...while making their product greener...all during a global supply chain crisis. Boyd shows how the oil crunch we find ourselves in probably happened because there was no one in the room with a different opinion when earlier policies were being made. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's edition of the On Iowa Politics Podcast: The “Big Lie” tour comes to Iowa and all politics are local On Iowa Politics is a weekly news and analysis podcast that aims to re-create the kinds of conversations that happen when you get political reporters from across Iowa together after the day's deadlines have been met. This week's show is hosted by The Gazette's James Lynch and features Lee Newspaper Statehouse Bureau Chief Erin Murphy, Tom Barton of the Quad City Times, Amie Rivers of the Waterloo Cedar-Falls Courier, and Gazette Opinion Editor Todd Dorman. The show was produced by Stephen M. Colbert, and the music heard on the podcast is courtesy of Copperhead and Dream Thieves.
There are a lot of openings and closings in the food and drink world to talk about. First, cheers to Brooklyn Street Local. Nine plus years is a heck of a run, and they say in a heartfelt Facebook post that there are going to be new chapters ahead here for the pair from Toronto. https://www.facebook.com/BrooklynStreetLocal/posts/4409536882415444 -Detroit Axe is opening up in Corktown today. It's in a space they're calling the "Yard at Corktown." Are you an axe-throwing person, or no? - The Mixing Board is opening in Little Caesars Arena, a Michigan-themed live music and restaurant venue; plus the Points Bet sports bar. - The New York Times has praise for a place that Devon is somewhat embarrassed he hasn't been to, Al Tayeb. - A local designer who also is an Afghan refugee is in Project Runway, it'll be something cool to watch. Full story: https://www.freep.com/story/entertainment/television/2021/10/14/project-runway-sabrina-spanta-afghanistan/6050286001/ Also, Victor Williams is the GOAT of skateboarding newscasters. The door is open, sir, if you ever wanna sit in on an episode. Well done. If you haven't seen the video: https://twitter.com/NewsWithVictor/status/1448488259710038018
Local children's health advocates say they are increasingly concerned about the mental and behavioral health needs among the community's kids. They say the pandemic, violence in schools and the community, and the stressors of living in poverty have left many children -- especially those from disadvantaged communities -- with unmet needs. This hour, our guests examine the gaps in services and make their recommendations for how to increase access to care. Our guests: Brigit Hurley , senior director of advocacy and program for The Children's Agenda Sara Taylor, parent advocate, and founder of the BIPOC PEEEEEK Communities of Color Parent Mental Health project Marc Fliedner , director of the PAIR and PAIMI programs for Disability Rights New York
Here are the relevant links for this episode:Best CitiesEdmonton makes world's 100 best cities to live inStantec TowerNew safety measures being added after multiple windows fall from Edmonton's Stantec TowerAurora BorealisIncredibly bright aurora borealis lights up Alberta's night skyTroy's week There's a new Mike Nickel billboard on Gateway Blvd Troy's Greg Zeschuk tweet Disclosures Candidate Disclosures - 2021 Edmonton Municipal Election - Taproot Edmonton All Edmonton mayoral front-runners promise to publish donor lists before election Byron Vass tweet TransEd Announcement Valley Line Southeast LRT delayed again until first quarter of 2022 as a result of COVID-19 impacts, lengthy testing Construction delays mean Valley Line Southeast LRT won't open this year Opening of Valley Line Southeast LRT delayed again as first train crosses Tawatinâ Bridge Ada Boulevard Bridge Ada Boulevard reopens but some Edmontonians express safety concerns 'It looks unfinished and it feels unsafe': Edmontonians concerned about upgraded bridge at Ada Boulevard Urban Planning River valley solar farm not popular among most council candidates City aims for Edmontonians to 'live more locally' with 15-minute districts Kalen Anderson's tweet From the survey How should council bring the 15-minute districts described in the City Plan to life? Do you support the city's current approach to infill? Which statement best describes your opinion of city council's zoning decisions? Election Rundown Municipal election rundown: Oct. 13, 2021 Mike Nickel and Amarjeet Sohi square off on the issues Sohi not committing to property tax freeze if elected mayor Mike Nickel's tweet Speaking Municipally is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network: locally grown, community supported.This week we highlighted fellow APN member Quantum Kickflip which features six Edmonton comedians play Slugblaster, a sci-fi tabletop roleplaying game developed in Alberta. We also talked about the Alberta Association of Optometrists which represents almost 800 Doctors of Optometry in over eighty communities across the province.Speaking Municipally is produced by Taproot Edmonton, a source of curiosity-driven original stories, curated newsletters on various topics, and locally focused podcasts, all in the service of informing Edmontonians about what is going on in their community. Sign up to get The Pulse, our weekday news briefing. It's free!★ Support this podcast ★
Serra Geris is a costumer from the Local 705 union, part of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, and she explains why she and her fellow union members might go on strike starting Monday.
On this weeks episode of The Theme Park Podcast the guys run through all of the Halloween festivities happening all across Central Florida! Then Scott talks about his birthday weekend at Cabana Bay-Volcano Bay. And they discuss the lack of trams at Disney and the rise of fights happening at the parks.
Efforts to help Afghan refugees find housing and proper healthcare are ongoing thanks in part to help from resettlement agencies, community based organizations, and generous donations from local residents.
Also in the news; today's the deadline for city employees to visit a health information portal to disclose whether they have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara is urging union members to document any action taken against them - including being sent home - should they refuse to provide the "requested info"; a man is hospitalized after being stabbed during a dispute over a face mask; and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this mini-episode, we share are thoughts and experiences with lifting in home gyms versus commercial gyms. The pandemic forced a lot of people into home gym situations. Some people hated it, while others joined the ranks of long-time home gym lovers What's missing when you lift at home? And what makes it better than lifting away from home? We're joined on the panel by Dean Saddoris of Caffeine and Kilos, and our gym manager, Kyle Castro. You can find Dean on Instagram @deansaddoris.ck, and at caffeineandkilos.com. Kyle's at @kyle.castroo. You can check out the video version of this episode on Mike's channel here: Check out our gym (Third Street Barbell) at ThirdStreetBarbell.com and subscribe for updates about our apparel line at 3sb.co! Local memberships and international fresh fits! Get early access to our NEXT DROP! Hosted by Mike Farr (@silentmikke) and Jim McDonald (@thejimmcd). Produced by Jim McDonald Production assistance by Sam McDonald.
When it comes to conference play, Kansas State, Missouri and Kansas are on the bottom — KSU and KU in the Big 12, MU in the SEC. Maybe that changes this weekend as Wildcats, Tigers and Jayhawks play at home? All three are underdogs: Mizzou against Texas A&M (-9), Kansas State versus Iowa State (-6) and KU against Texas Tech (-16). But all have reason to feel positive about this weekend, too. We discuss the games with beat writers Kellis Robinett, Lila Bromberg and Jesse Newell on today's episode of our daily SportsBeat KC podcast. Story links: Farmageddon game between Kansas State-Iowa State continues to grow as a rivalry Missouri Tigers football vs. Texas A&M: FIve things to know, betting line, TV Kansas Jayhawks football vs. Texas Tech: FIve things to know, betting line, TV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A returning special guest, and friend of the show, local comedian Erick Feiling rides with us on this very very strange awkward show, and we all agree it's Aaron's fault. We've been having internet connection issues lately to no fault of our own (which is absolutely crucial considering the co-host is remoting in via internet... ) and of course, the worst timing possible.. With much patience and tenacity we turn out a half way decent episode for all of you, and I'm confident (most of) you will deem entertaining. Enjoy !!
#58: Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park sits atop Iron Mountain perched at 7,100 feet in elevation. As “America's only mountain-top theme park!” this is a truly unique venue for an amusement park, and one you will probably never experience again. It truly is worth the hype! Listen in as Ryan and Carrie tour the park and talk about their favorite things to do. In addition to main attractions, like the Cave Tours and the Gondola, there are tons of other things to do at the Glenwood Springs Adventure Park. Kids and adults alike will love the Discovery Rock Gemstone Panning, Climbing Wall, Apline Coaster, Canyon Swing, Cliffhanger Roller Coaster, and the Soaring Eagle Zip Ride. Plus, Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park has two different caves that are open to the public: King's Row & The Fairy Caves.Join Ryan and Carrie as they explore this epic adventure park near Glenwood Springs and discover all that the colorful state of Colorado has to offer.For more information and resources about exploring Colorado, visit the website at HashtagColoradoLife.com or @HashtagColoradoLife on Instagram.
Realme isn't just a leading smartphone brand anymore — it's also number one in tablets, laptops, smart TVs, and ANC earphones (on Flipkart). How did this happen? We hear it from the horse's mouth. Madhav Sheth, Realme VP and CEO for Realme India, Europe and Latin America joins Gadgets 360 reviews editor Jamshed Avari and Orbital host Akhil Arora for a wide-reaching conversation. Sheth talks about why Realme is making so many products, some that are not even connected to its Internet of Things ecosystem, why Realme and other brands are so big on 5G chipsets, and their plans for the new Realme GT series that expanded this week with the GT Neo 2. Along the way, Sheth touches upon Realme's Make in India push that he hopes will move beyond “Assemble in India”, and why Realme doesn't have different local and global strategies. It's about understanding the consumer — someone in Mumbai and Madrid might be more similar than next-door neighbours. Sheth also dicusses deceiving marketing tactics from companies, and advocates for more transparency within offline traders and promoters, who have developed a reputation for recommending brands that provide financial incentives. Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Chapters Intro (00:00) New GT Neo series (00:20) Make in India (07:49) Local is global (12:23) Online revolution (14:26) Small (town) is big (19:36) A Realme every week (21:52) Realme laptop (27:33) Misleading buyers (30:02) Why the overlap (34:44) The 5G push (36:33) Outro (40:54) Photo credits: Realme
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In this newscast: One of Alaska's oldest and influential voices in fisheries and fiscal policy has died; Hunters in Juneau push back on proposals that could restrict deer hunting rights; A public opinion survey on tourism in Juneau is wrapping up; An Alaska State Trooper was arrested, charged with seven counts of sexual abuse of a minor
Local news is disappearing across the country. From 2008 to 2019, the percentage of people who said they got their news from local papers fell by more than half. Staff writer at The Atlantic Elaine Godfrey and political science professor Danny Hayes discuss the role local news plays in society and what happens when it erodes.
Questions? Local spotlights? Thoughts about our corporate practice? Just want to say hi? Fill out this form, we'd love to hear from you! https://forms.gle/ptxqzoi4oBNeFdmr8This week we're with Pastor Brandon Clements from Midtown Lexington to talk more about this week's sermon.Columbia “You'd Rather Be Here” Local SpotlightWingards Market - 1403 N. Lake Drive Lexington, SC 29072https://wingardsmarket.com/Resource SpotlightFamily Milestones Resources - https://midtowncolumbia.com/family-milestones-resourcesMilestones Family Event | Screens & Tech on Oct 30 - RSVP here - https://midtowndowntown.com/events/milestones-family-event-screens-and-techFor Our Good Always sermon series - Downtown | Lexington | Two NotchAudio engineering by Andrew Miles
Local 12 digital sports columnist and editor Richard Skinner was joined by Rick Broering to discuss a variety of topics. Those topics include: *Is there any possibility that Kentucky can pull the upset over No. 1 Georgia? *What does a wild Saturday in college football and a new No. 3 ranking mean for Cincinnati? *Cincinnati's basketball team was picked sixth in the AAC preseason poll in Wes Miller's first year *How important is Sunday's game against the Lions for Zac Taylor and the Bengals? *College football and NFL betting picks *#AskSkinnyAnything
NBA Hall of Famer and 2 time NBA Champion Jesus Shuttlesworth AKA Ray Allen was caught whispering sweet nothings into the ears of Max Strus and Duncan Robinson....GOOSIES ALERT. Local 10 journalist and host of the "Chirping the cats podcast" David Dwork joins the show to talk Florida Panthers expectations ahead of their season opener tonight. We wrap up this hour with "If i'm honest!" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bushels for Hunger is back for another year of raising funds for the Riverbend Food Bank. Local farmers can donate grain at their local grain bin with the price of the grain donated being the amount of funds donated to the Riverbend Food Bank. Farmers have until January of 2022 to make a donation for Bushels for Hunger. Katie Laleman from the Henry County Farm Bureau joined Wake Up Tri-Counties on Wednesday to promote Bushels for Hunger and invite you to register for the next Henry County Farm Bureau Market Outlook Seminar.
Does a new team sit at #1? Did Rogers trash talk pay off this week? Join Daniel, Nathan and Ryan to find out the outcome to last weeks matchups and our takes from this coming weeks matchups! CHECK OUT OUR BRAND NEW VIDEO PODCAST HERE! Follow Wasted Local Talent on Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Website Don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date!
This week's guest is Craig Hurlbert, co-founder and co-CEO of Local Bounti, an AgTech start up headquartered in Hamilton, Montana. The company's ambitious mission is to scale production and distribution of high quality produce grown indoors, using 90% less water and land than traditional farming. Craig is a seasoned entrepreneur with deep experience in the energy sector and private equity. In our conversation, we delve into the agricultural challenges Local Bounti hopes to address, what being a special purpose acquisition company means, and the changing economies that effect how consumers get food to the table. Transcript here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EEXSJeXz8jka21FtzzK7WIfgE_pcGes8uZtp0rLMoN4/edit?usp=sharing
Running multiple rental properties can be stressful… but managing them across multiple states? It's still totally doable! Victoria is a Superhost who has been at it for over a year in her home city of Columbus, Ohio, and she and her husband recently expanded their hosting business to Nashville, Tennessee. Hosting has allowed her to blend her passion for real estate, hospitality, project management, and design into one industry while creating financial freedom for her and her family and enabling them to practice radical generosity. In this episode, listeners will hear a firsthand experience of what it's like owning short-term rentals across multiple states and working with multiple management teams and vendors. We'll discuss why it's critical to have a boots on the ground management team that are experts in the area, how to maximize your property's performance, as well as the local short-term rental laws and regulations! We'll also discuss why it's important to discuss your goals with your management company(s) to ensure all parties are aligned. To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: https://thanksforvisiting.me/ (thanksforvisiting.me) Resources: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/vmhawley (@vmhawley) Columbus properties: https://www.airbnb.com/users/show/257339160 (airbnb.com/users/show/257339160) Nashville property: https://abnb.me/GQcDEp8LTjb (abnb.me/GQcDEp8LTjb) Visit https://www.thanksforvisiting.me/workshop (thanksforvisiting.me/workshop) to watch our Hosting Business Mastery Method workshop! #STRShareSunday: https://www.instagram.com/mouse.house.rentals/ (@mouse.house.rentals) Thanks for Visiting is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)
We hear it often - should I rent, buy, or build? Local specialists Caleb LeGrand and Morgan Coleman join Erik to share the pros and cons of each and give some insight on what they see coming up next in the real estate market. How to connect with us and our guests: Morgan Coleman: 864-313-7639 | Morgan@JHA-SouthebysRealty.com Caleb LeGrand: 864-569-0741 | CalebLeGrand.com Connect with a Wealth Coach: Info@FosterVictor.com Instagram: @FosterVictorWealthAdvisors YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk43zuXIgLTS3vq9VkxTMow
Embedding the context of local culture into classrooms results in a more successful, memorable experience for students. It's likely that your community has a rich culture and history, much like Lac du Flambeau in Northern Wisconsin. Today, we revisit an interview with Lac du Flambeau School District Superintendent Dr. Larry Ouimette. During this conversation, we discuss how the local Native American Ojibwe Tribe is an integral piece of Lac du Flambeau's history and the ties between its school system and local cultural values.This episode answers questions such as:How can local culture fit into our schools?Why is it important to understand the history of the local community?What do people need right now from school leaders?Read Superintendent Larry Quimette's AASA article: Embedding Local Culture in Student LearningRecommended Resources: Does Local Culture Have a Place in Schools?, Building the Conditions for a Learning Culture & Listen IntentlyRecommended Podcasts: Prioritizing Local Culture in Schools, Focus on the Fundamentals to Improve, Define Values to Guide Your Decisions & Bold Leaders, Bold Decisions and Bold Results
Heather Laganelli founded Locale Farm to Table in 2015 and focuses on using sustainable organic ingredients. She is a Board Member of Bakersfield Hub and is the Chair for their innovation Lab Project. Aside from running her successful restaurant she enjoys photography, art designs, and blogging. John and Heather discuss how difficult it can be to take over an already existing restaurant and how important it is to not stray from your vision. They talk about how unique Bakersfield is and how it reflects in our community. Finally, Heather expresses her love for travel and how she plans on incorporating it into her future plans. LEARN MORE ABOUT HEATHER LAGANELLI: Website: www.localefarmtotable.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 661-322-9090 Instagram: @localefarmtotable Facebook: LocaleFarmToTable
To what extent is “canceling” someone in 2021 just a way to take someone off the board? Does intent matter? And can people really be educated/rehabilitated? We take a look at the recent scandal around former Raiders' head coach/GM John Gruden's emails and his hurried resignation. We kick it off with a discussion history of using nonsense words in music, and we're led down the rabbit hole on a site with the Myers Briggs personality profiles of celebrities. Listener resources: September by Earth Wind and Fire. Explanation of Myers Briggs types. Take your own Myers Briggs You can check out the video version of this episode here. Check out our gym (Third Street Barbell) at ThirdStreetBarbell.com and subscribe for updates about our apparel line at 3sb.co! Local memberships and international fresh fits! Get early access to our NEXT DROP! Hosted by Mike Farr (@silentmikke) and Jim McDonald (@thejimmcd). Produced by Jim McDonald Production assistance by Sam McDonald.
Mike Max chats with former Eden Prairie football star Ryan Iverson about the local high school football scene, what traits the best coaches have, why Minnesota struggles to develop pro quarterbacks and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Local-first is a set of principles that enables collaborative software without the loss of data ownership associated with the cloud. Martin is a computer scientist on the frontier of this movement, and he joins Mark and Adam to discuss how creative people put their souls into their work; a vision for a generic AWS syncing service; and why local-first could be a breakthrough for indie app developers. @MuseAppHQ email@example.com Show notes Martin Kleppmann University of Cambridge Debussy four-handed piano piece Martin's previous startup, Rapportive Apache Kafka Designing Data-Intensive Applications Writing a book: is it worth it? Local-first software: You own your data, in spite of the cloud Ink & Switch Geoffrey Litt Pixelpusher the fish says “what the hell is water?” “crushing it” elevator pitch Google Docs realtime collaboration defrag your hard drive self-hosting an SMTP server and spam filtering thin client Peter van Hardenberg Pixelpusher Automerge “there is stuff you always use; and stuff that won't work when you need it” Slack's free vs paid message retention federation, mesh network CRDTs How we pay for software Swift, Kotlin technology transfer fuzz testing, Monte Carlo simulation local-first Trello clone demo end-to-end encryption Firebase
Billy Corben lights up the politicians of the city of Miami as they fire Art Acevedo from his chief of police gig. Billy also sets his sights on State Attorney Katherine Fernandez-Rundle. And a surprise phone call that you won't want to miss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Le Batard and the crew discuss the upcoming Miami Heat season, Stugotz claims to be a good gambler and Greg Cote roasts The Jax Celebrity Roast of Dan Le Batard. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices