City in California, United States
Women are twice as likely to see a therapist than men, and, overall, white people are more likely to seek and find mental health treatment than other groups. In this episode of Hold On, our live national call-in series about mental health, we asked listeners to call in if the idea of getting therapy was something they felt excluded from, either because of how they were raised, what they looked like, or expectations around masculinity and what it means to be strong. Dr. Avi Klein, psychotherapist, and Danielle Muñoz, director of Basic Needs at California State University, Long Beach, talked about their experiences helping people who were reluctant or nervous to get started.
Alternate show titles considered tonight were "Whoopilish", "Australian Sambuca", "Torpedo Tuesdays", and "The song Black Sabbath by the band Black Sabbath off the album Black Sabbath". Oh, and "Pink 2: Still Oinking".
GHOST MAGNET With Bridget Marquardt
We couldn't be happier to tell you that our beloved Queen Mary is open again to the public and ghost hunting!! If you're a fan of the show, you know how much we love this place so have it closed weighted on our collected spooky souls. We were THRILLED to not only find out they were reopening but we were invited aboard to interview the team about the ships resurrection and plan for the future. Today we chat with Steve Caloca and Queen Mary's resident Ghost Guy Bill Wood about our Majestic Lady of Long Beach. We are recording LIVE on location so you'll get to listen to the ship say hello! If you haven't been, time to go! Patreon subscribers be on the look out for "Best of the Queen Mary" episode as well as our exclusive tour and investigation! #QueenMary #HauntedShip #TheQueenMary #GirlsNextLevel
This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features professional golfer Hunter Epson. Golf was always something Hunter did growing up, but he was really invested in soccer and ice hockey as well. Once he started to realize that he could go practice on his own and create his own success, he gave golf all of his attention. He started playing in a lot of local junior events in the Long Beach area like Toyota Tour cups, SCGA events, then a few AJGAs. He started his college career at Pepperdine University where he was making the lineup, but felt he needed a school that better fit him as a player so he went in the transfer portal. A couple months later he found himself coming back to where he was born and raised... Long Beach State University. He was a main contributor to the team over his years there and had quite a resume there. Hunter is currently a couple years into playing professional golf and has played on mini tours, PGA Tour Canada, and most recently gaining full status on the Sunshine Tour. He's looking to get the season underway in South Africa and potentially get into some big events. Enjoy the show!
Book Vs. Movie: Dragon: The Bruce Lee StoryThe Shannon Lee Book/Memoir Vs. the 1993 Biopic Bruce Lee is one of the biggest martial artists of all time and created the style Jeet Kune Do, which caused controversy within the martial arts community. As a Chinese-American, he wanted to spread the word to anyone eager to learn and not keep secrets. He also believed in pushing himself to the limit in everything he did, which caused friction in Hollywood and Hong Kong film communities. Born Lee Jun-fan November 27, 1940, in San Francisco and raised in Hong Kong by parents who tried to keep their smart, energetic son who would get into street fights in the 1950s. After being sent back to America to get his act together, Lee became more interested in school (mainly history and philosophy) and brought his new martial arts ideas to eager Bay Area students to Seattle. After demonstrating his new brand of Kung Fu in a 1964 championship in Long Beach, California, Hollywood came calling for Lee. His early years as a child movie actor in Hong Kong came in handy with his series The Green Hornet, playing sidekick Kato. Though it only lasted one season, it helped gain a worldwide fan base. Heading back to his childhood home, Lee produced, wrote, and acted in several films that are now considered Kung Fu classics, including The Big Boss & Fists of Fury. When he passed mysteriously on July 20, 1973, he was still producing what would become his biggest film, Enter the Dragon. His death at the age of 32 by Cerebral Edema has been explored dozens of times over the last fifty years, with the latest theory being he had too much water in his system, and his kidneys could not function properly. The irony is that we are pairing the 1993 movie Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (starring Jason Scott Lee and Lauren Holly) with Shannon Lee's 2020 book Be Water My Friend: The Teachings of Bruce Lee. One of his key philosophies was to “be like water” in dealing with all aspects of life. Linda Lee wrote her account of Lee's life in 1989's The Bruce Lee Story, co-written with her ex-husband. (We have thoughts about his later Lee books and claims!) Shannon helped produce the excellent documentary “30 For 30: Be Water” and How Bruce Lee Changed the World. So between the book and movie--which did the Margos like better? In this ep, the Margos discuss:The life of Bruce LeeWhy 50 years after his death, and why is he still a superstar all this time later?Quentin Tarantino's use of Lee in Once Upon a Time in HollywoodThe cast of the 1993 film: Jason Scott Lee (Bruce Lee,) Lauren Holly (Linda Lee,) Robert Wagner (Bill Krieger,) Luoyong Wang (Yip Man,) Michael Learned (Viven Emery,) Nancy Kawn (Gussie Yang,) Lim Kay-tong (Phillip Tan,) Ric Yong (Bruce's father,) Sterling Macer (Jerome Sprout,) Van Williams (The Geen Hornet,) and Rob Cohen as the director.Clips used:“Conquer your fears”Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993 trailer) Bruce fights sailors in Hong KongBruce fights students in SeattleLinda's mother is not happy about this romanceBruce defeats his demon"Be Water My Friend"Music: Randy EdelmanBook Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page “Book Vs. Movie podcast”You can find us on Facebook at Book Vs. Movie Podcast GroupFollow us on Twitter @bookversusmovieInstagram: Book Versus Movie https://www.instagram.com/bookversusmovie/Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Margo D. Twitter @BrooklynMargo Margo D's Blog www.brooklynfitchick.com Margo D's Instagram “Brooklyn Fit Chick”Margo D's TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@email@example.comYou can buy your copy of Filmed in Brooklyn here! Margo P. Twitter @ShesNachoMamaMargo P's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shesnachomama/Margo P's Blog https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine
It is time for you to GET STOKED! Who says that work isn't supposed to be fun. Who says that training has to come with a turd sniffer scowl on your face? When is the last time you did something just for the stoke of it? I bet when you were a kid, teenager or during your college years you would do things just because it stoked you. Then you get job, responsibilities and create a serious world of consequence. "It is time to get serious about your future!" You grind and you work your fingers to the bone. You do this so long that you forgot about the things that made you stoked to be alive. ENOUGH! It is time to GET STOKED again. Get your copy of my new book DreamBIG OverDeliver BeUndeniable here: https://www.jasonglasslab.com/dreambig-the-book @ForWellness is your new secret weapon to make you feel good, enjoy life and perform at your best every day! Get yours for 25% off with "GLASS25" http://forwellness.com/discount/GLASS25 Thank you to our sponsors. @mytpi @perform_better TPI is back LIVE! Check out our schedule of events here: http://www.mytpi.com Want to buy some equipment? Of course, you do! Perform Better @perform_better http://performbetter.com use code “GLASS15” at checkout to buy your Mace, Kettlebells and bands. I will be at Long Beach and Chicago Summits in 2023!
The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
The internal and external obliques may seem like antagonists to the untrained eye, but look a little closer and you will see an infinite loop that's a work of engineering genius and an example of exquisite humanness. In this episode of The Rebel MT, Allison describes why the obliques bring to mind a certain Celtic knot. Or possibly some pretzels—depending on your take. Special shout-out to Rachelle Clauson and Nicole Trombley of AnatomyScapes.com for their wisdom and insights. Host: Contact Allison Denney: firstname.lastname@example.org Allison's website: www.rebelmassage.com Allison Denney is a certified massage therapist and certified YouTuber. You can find her massage tutorials at YouTube.com/RebelMassage. She is also passionate about creating products that are kind, simple, and productive for therapists to use in their practices. Her products, along with access to her blog and CE opportunities, can be found at rebelmassage.com. Allison's column in Massage & Bodywork magazine: “The QL and the Psoas: The Epitome of Codependency” by Allison Denney, Massage & Bodywork magazine, January/February 2022, page 24. “The Hand: A User's Guide,” by Allison Denney, Massage & Bodywork magazine. November/December 2021, page 81. “Feelization: Connect with Clients on a Deeper Level,” by Allison Denney, Massage & Bodywork magazine, September/October 2021, page 85. This podcast sponsored by: Rebel Massage Therapist: http://www.rebelmassage.com AnatomySCAPES: www.anatomyscapes.com Rebel Massage Therapist: My name is Allison. And I am not your typical massage therapist. After 20 years of experience and thousands of clients, I have learned that massage therapy is SO MUCH more than a relaxing experience at a spa. I see soft tissue as more than merely a physical element but a deeply complex, neurologically driven part of who you are. I use this knowledge to work WITH you—not ON you—to create change that works. This is the basis of my approach. As a massage therapist, I have worked in almost every capacity, including massage clinics, physical therapy clinics, chiropractor offices, spas, private practice, and teaching. I have learned incredible techniques and strategies from each of my experiences. In my 20 years as a massage therapist, I have never stopped growing. I currently have a private practice based out of Long Beach, California, where I also teach continuing education classes and occasionally work on my kids. If they're good. website: www.rebelmassage.com FB: facebook.com/RebelMassage IG: instagram.com/rebelmassagetherapist YouTube: youtube.com/c/RebelMassage email: email@example.com AnatomySCAPES - created by & for hands-on professionals. As hands-on health professionals, we want more than labeled charts of muscles, nerves, and bones. We crave anatomy education that informs our touch. AnatomySCAPES' innovative online trainings are bringing vibrant, visual, real anatomy understanding to therapists with the Anatomy LOVERS eBox! Each month, you receive an image-packed, research-loaded mini-course including: A downloadable and sharable Anatomy ART Card. Research-loaded, 1-hour Course Webinar in the Anatomy LOUNGE with Nicole Trombley and Rachelle Clauson. Anatomy ZINE course manual full of images, science and art to help you dig deeper. Anatomy BRIEF Video that takes you into the dissection lab to see how anatomy LOOKS, FEELS, MOVES, and RELATES to its surroundings. Really visual, really relevant, REAL anatomy education for hands-on professionals. Go to anatomyscapes.com/ABMP and become an Anatomy LOVERS eBox subscriber today! Website: www.anatomyscapes.com FB: www.facebook.com/anatomyscapes IG: www.instgram.com/anatomyscapes YouTube: www.youtube.com/@anatomyscapes Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Claudine Burnett has actively been pursuing Southern California history since 1971. She is the former head of the Literature and History Department of Long Beach Public Library and is a member of various historical societies. Claudine joins me to talk about a few of her books but one in particular which is called "Prohibition Madness: Life and Death in and Around Long Beach, California, 1920-1933" about the prohibition and Long Beach that covers underground booze operations, secretive speakeasies and bootlegging, the perfect staging ground for crime, corruption AND murder. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/out-of-the-blank/support
Professional Christian Coaching Today
Join us for an exciting episode as we delve into the Navigators Coaching ministry, where coaching is being integrated into all aspects of their global mission. In this episode, we bring you an update on the remarkable growth of coaching within The Navigators, both nationally and internationally. Additionally, we share details about the highly anticipated Coach Camp 2023, a transformative event for igniting coaching skills and fostering personal growth. Don't miss these key takeaways: Impact of Coaching on Disciple-Making Ministry: Discover how coaching has made a significant impact on The Navigators' disciple-making ministry. Hear inspiring stories of individuals who have experienced transformation, gained clarity, and overcome obstacles through the guidance and support provided by coaching. Connecting with Younger Generations: Explore how The Navigators effectively uses coaching to connect with younger generations. Learn how coaching, with its culturally relevant and creative approach, empowers young individuals to take ownership of their personal growth and navigate the challenges they face. Internal Shifts and Organizational Integration: Uncover the internal shifts that The Navigators have experienced through the integration of coaching. Hear how staff members are actively seeking coaching, recognizing its potential to enhance their leadership skills and effectiveness in disciple making. Discover specific ways coaching is being utilized within the organization, such as 360 Reviews, Leader Development Programs, and supporting transitions. Learn more and sign up for Coach Camp 2023 here: https://tdc.navigators.org/coach-camp-2023/ About Aimee Hodges Aimee Hodges is founder and President of Hodges Leadership Coaching, a coaching business focused on helping leaders lead with courage and compassion. She is a Professional Certified Coach with a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership. She serves as the Chief of Staff for The Navigators' Training, Development and Care department. She is committed to coming alongside leaders as they lead through the dynamics of diversity among their teams. She encourages leaders to work towards creating environments and systems that reflect equity, justice and inclusion. She is passionate about leaders leading out of who they are. Aimee is a Colorado native but has lived in Atlanta since 2014. She enjoys living in the city and being able to go home to the mountains in Colorado! About Sean McKelvey Sean McKelvey serves as the Director of Navigators Life and Leadership Coaching and is also the President and Founder of New Culture Coaching, LLC. He's been in ministry for 17 years and loves to develop the next generation of Leaders to live and lead like Jesus. Sean has been married for 16 years to his wife Andrea and they have two children, Nayelli and Caelan. He loves to cycle, run, play soccer, and go on hikes with his family. Sean has received certification as a PCC, CPLC, Navigators Life and Leadership Coach, a top 5 Strengths Coach, and Prepare and Enrich Marriage Coaching. Sean is also a graduate of California State University of Long Beach.
I have screened thousands of athletes over my 25 years as a strength coach. The most common performance leaks come from a lack of what I call the Big 3. Pelvic Control, Scapular Control and the connector, Core Control. If you have proper function, mobility, stability and motor control over these segments you will maximize your potential. Arm strength, leg strength and all the other fitness fluff can't hold a candle to the impact of the Big 3. In this episode I share my thoughts on why these areas are so important and what happened in your life that led to you ending up with sub par control of 1 or all 3! Get your copy of my new book DreamBIG OverDeliver BeUndeniable here: https://www.jasonglasslab.com/dreambig-the-book @ForWellness is your new secret weapon to make you feel good, enjoy life and perform at your best every day! Get yours for 25% off with "GLASS25" http://forwellness.com/discount/GLASS25 Thank you to our sponsors. @mytpi @perform_better TPI is back LIVE! Check out our schedule of events here: http://www.mytpi.com Want to buy some equipment? Of course, you do! Perform Better @perform_better http://performbetter.com use code “GLASS15” at checkout to buy your Mace, Kettlebells and bands. I will be at Long Beach and Chicago Summits in 2023!
There are two types of people in this world - #1. those who need closure.
ICYMI: Later, with Mo'Kelly Presents – Thoughts on Disney pondering the idea of licensing out titles again…PLUS – TikTok is bringing its shops to the U.S. & Long Beach's Vast Space is set to launch the world's 1st commercial space station - on KFI AM 640 – Live everywhere on the iHeartRadio app
Skywalking Through Neverland: A Star Wars / Disney Fan Podcast
Our discussion continues with ILM Animation Supervisor HAL HICKEL! We dive deep into The Mandalorian Season 3 and talk about all the creatures. If you love learning about how movies & TV are made, this is the way. We will also share our BEST. DAY. EVER!! May the 4th! This has truly become a Star Wars holiday. We share our experience on TV with K-ABC's coverage of Star Wars Day, Disneyland/Galaxy's Edge, and the fun time we had hosting an extra-special Star Wars Trivia Challenge at the Signal Hill Library right here in Long Beach. NEW BOOK - Skywalking Through My Fandom available now!! Order here: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Skywalking Network (@skywalkingpod) Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more videos and fun Shorts Like this one: https://youtube.com/shorts/2fhDORTPtDg?feature=share This is the Way. Today in Star Wars History, Part 2 NOW AVAILABLE Use code LIFEDAYFREESHIP for free shipping on 2 or more books! Autographed Edition!! Check out these SKYwalking NETwork Podcasts: Classic Marvel Star Wars Comics - Delving into each issue of the Star Wars comic series 1977-1986 The Max EFX Podcast - Chronicling the 35-year Special Effects film career of Max Cervantes Neverland Clubhouse - Two sisters, and best friends, sharing Disney adventures Talking Apes - focusing on the original Planet of the Apes films and TV shows Totally Tell Me Everything - Two ladies, one topic, three questions. Sarah Woloski and Bryn MacKinnon learn, share and grow. Star Warsologies - A podcast about Science and Star Wars SPONSORS Small World Vacations is an official sponsor of Skywalking Through Neverland. Contact them for a no obligation price quote at www.smallworldvacations.com. Tell them Skywalking Through Neverland sent you. SUPPORT THE SHOW Find out how you can become a part of the Skywalking Force and unlock bonus content. CONTACT US Instagram: http://instagram.com/skywalkingpod Twitter: https://twitter.com/SkywalkingPod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skywalkingthroughneverland Send emails to email@example.com and follow us on Facebook. If you dug this episode, click over to iTunes | Stitcher | YouTube and leave us a review! Never Land on Alderaan!
Pursuing Uncomfortable with Melissa Ebken
Luke was born in Long Beach, California to a military father who served in the Coast Guard. Growing up, Luke experienced frequent moves due to this commitment resulting in him joining the army himself after finishing high school. Luke spent 20 years in the army and rose to the rank of sergeant major before retiring with his wife. They currently reside in the south side of Indianapolis, where he works as a high school teacher focusing on government, economics, and running an alternative education program. He leads a men's group and Bible study at his local church and has a passion for jiu-jitsu and reading. Luke also has eight children, seven daughters, and a son.Follow Luke:WebsiteYouTubeSupport the showMore From Melissa and Pursuing Uncomfortable:ResourcesfiLLLed Life NewsletterYouTubeLeave a reviewPursuing Uncomfortable Book
Are you tired of traditional classroom methods that leave students bored and unengaged? Look no further than project-based learning! In this video, Nancy Mikhail from BuildaProject.net and I explore how project-based learning can transform your classroom into a dynamic and exciting environment that fosters student creativity and critical thinking. Join us in this exciting exploration of project-based learning and discover how it can revolutionize your classroom and your students' learning experiences. Where to find Nancy: Instagram
Just listen! Get your copy of my new book DreamBIG OverDeliver BeUndeniable here: https://www.jasonglasslab.com/dreambig-the-book @ForWellness is your new secret weapon to make you feel good, enjoy life and perform at your best every day! Get yours for 25% off with "GLASS25" http://forwellness.com/discount/GLASS25 Thank you to our sponsors. @mytpi @perform_better TPI is back LIVE! Check out our schedule of events here: http://www.mytpi.com Want to buy some equipment? Of course, you do! Perform Better @perform_better http://performbetter.com use code “GLASS15” at checkout to buy your Mace, Kettlebells and bands. I will be at Long Beach and Chicago Summits in 2023!
Our good friend Jeremy Velveeta thinks you should take your Kraft powdered cheese cocaine and shove up your Mello Yello.
May is National BBQ Month. Organized by Ian and Qiana Mafnas, proprietors of the wildly popular Axiom Kitchen Smoked Meats & BBQ, close to a dozen BBQ vendors will gather at Trademark Brewing on Saturday, May 13, 1-8pm and will be offering their smoked, sauced and rubbed specialties to BBQ lovers for Inaugural Long Beach BBQ Fest. Take a listen!
Doug Patton founded Patton Design in 1983. Since then, Patton Design has created over 200 products in 40 diverse categories. He has received a combination of over 150 engineering patents and international design awards, and his designs can be seen in permanent museum collections at the Smithsonian Institute and the Museum of Modern Art in Germany and New York.Doug has worked personally with many Fortune 500 CEOs to new strategic product ideas, and his innovations in product development have earned his clients billions. He has developed new corporations such as @HomeMD and Hydrus, and has helped dozens of start-ups become successful market leaders. The expanse of his expertise includes an vast range of market categories such as medical, computer, consumer, radar technologies, wireless, A/V, sports equipment, automotive, and homeland security. He is also known as a “Visual Futurist” in the film industry for his work sketching futuristic product ideas for science fiction movies.Doug Patton graduated from California State University of Long Beach in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design, and was awarded Distinguished Alumnus in 1995. He was commencement speaker for the graduating class that same year. Doug Patton is a member of Tech Coast Venture Network, The American Film Institute (AFI) Advanced Technology Group, AEA where he helped develop the formation of the Committee of Homeland Security, and serves on the Political Committee for TechNet, Southern CA.
Jayne Amelia speaks with former foster youth, Adisa. Adisa compares himself to a lion cub who had to fight for survival all his young life against the bigger badder lions all so hungry and looking to feed. Born in Long Beach to a single mom who was declared unfit to raise her children, he grew up on the streets of Los Angeles. Adisa and his siblings were removed from her and placed in foster care. Adisa was only nine at the time (but already considered himself a "hoodlum" as he says) and was the protector of his youngest brother who was still in diapers. He became part of the foster care to prison pipeline and was incarcerated at 17 until freed at the age of 51.He is now employed with Urban Alchemy in San Francisco's Tenderloin cleaning up the streets and saving the lives of vulnerable people every night.Urban AlchemySee bonusbabies.org to know more about what we are doing and please donate to support us by making a 100% tax-deductible contribution. Yeah!IG@bonusbabiespodcastTW@BonusBabiesPodFB@BonusBabiesPodcast
Today we're exploring the musical challenges behind some of the most iconic horror film soundtracks in “COMPOSERS OF THE APOCALYPSE.” This panel took place on the Main Stage of last year's Midsummer Scream. Today's episode is a replay, but it's the perfect time to reflect since Midsummer Scream returns to Long Beach July 29-30, 2023; Tickets for Midsummer Scream are available here. Subscribe to everything from the Haunted Attraction Network here.
Dan Siegel is just one of the many people who work in the NTT IndyCar Series in the technical inspection area. At the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach he shared with us the procedure of how they inspect the race cars, how they inspect safety equipment before and after a crash and also how they ensure a fair, competitive platform, so that the teams can have a level playing field going into the race competitions. A fascinating journey behind the scenes. Enjoy! By Larry Mason Copyright © 2023 Larry Mason
Between 1964 and 1966, Stearns served in Vietnam and Japan as a photographer while on active duty in the U.S. Navy. Following his time in the service, he was a partner in a ceramics studio, Opus ll, where he taught ceramics as well as drawing and painting.Stearns was a fire captain and paramedic with the Los Angeles County Fire Department from 1967 to 1988 and was a consultant on the television show Emergency!Michael studied at California State University at Los AngelesIn 2002 he opened Gallery 33 in Long Beach, California. It exhibited artists such as Lori LaMont, Todd Brainard, Richard Lopez, Elizabeth Washburn, Adam Normandin and Roderick Briggs. The gallery closed in 2008.In 2012 he moved his studio and gallery to San Pedro, under the name Michael Stearns Studio 347 and later to Michael Stearns Studio at the LOFT.As a sculptor Michael works with cardboard and newspaper as a way to bring nature and urban society together. In Michael's artist statement, he explains how his work exemplifies his spirit. It reads in part:"In my work I dig deep into the origin of life and explore the universal questions; how did we arrive and what is the force driving this existence?I strive also to invite the observer into this place of examination.As a painter, I work with organic shapes and mostly bold colors to intensify the imagery. In my sculptures I incorporate natural materials along with urban components, creating communication out of discord."https://www.michaelstearnsstudio.com/
Senay Kenfe is no stranger to advocating for change in Long Beach. As one of the leaders of "The Six," a group created to address the city's neglect of the 6th City Council District, Kenfe is committed to changing the landscape of the community where he grew up and still lives.By using his financial wisdom to purchase property, Kenfe is working to create housing security for Black people while also serving as an example for young people in the community.His finical know-how has landed him in a film called "This is Not Financial Advice," which showcases his financial growth and success with stocks.On today's episode of "The Word," Kenfe shares his thoughts on the key to building generational wealth in the Black community and how that will translate to political power.To follow Senay Kenfe on his journey you can find him on Instagram here.
CORVETTE TODAY #159 - Corvette News & Headlines, Early May 2023Your CORVETTE TODAY host, Steve Garrett, is fresh back from the National Corvette Museum's Michelin NCM Bash. And so is Keith Cornett from CorvetteBlogger.com.Steve and Keith bring you up-to-speed on the latest news in the world of Corvette. Plus, they offer an overview of the Michelin NCM Bash as well.Here are some of the topics that Steve and Keith will cover next week:1. The C8 E-Ray VIN #001 sells at Barrett Jackson for $1.1million2. Corvette Racing results at Long Beach and Spa3. A C8 Z06 brakes the 9's on the track4. Oops...a C8 Z06 is delivered with a Stingray badge, not a Crossed Flags badge5. GM will be phasing out Apple CarPlay and Android Auto6. What's new for Corvette coming in 2024.7. Corvette is the coolest thing made in KentuckyPlus, we will have a full wrap-up of the Michelin NCM Bash too! Be sure to join us on this week's CORVETTE TODAY News & Headlines show.Listen to the podcast, watch the YouTube video, join the Facebook group, sign up for email notifications and shop in the Merchandise Store at:www.CorvetteToday.com
On this weeks The Last Drop, JB & Khody are back for a beautiful start of a new month with whisky week. First half of the show is a whole lot of talk on these crazy NBA Playoff games. Then JB opens a bottle of Weller Antique 107 store pick from US Liquor in Long Beach. As always, sit back, turn your headphones up, don't stop, keep pouring & your balls will thank us. Head over to https://www.manscaped.com/ & use promo code at checkout 'TheLastDrop' to receive 20% off on all your purchases. #Sponsored #ad
There was a slew of earthquakes out by the Salton Sea this weekend. LA Daily News did a story on how many homeless people end up getting off the Metro in Long Beach at the end of each night. Sam Chapman comes on the show to talk about the lawsuit against SNAP where it alleges that Snapchat's algorithm links kids to drug dealers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hot Pipes One Hour Podcast m4a
Organs of Los Angeles #2 Start Name Artist Album Year Comments Tambourin Chinois Ramona Gerhard Sutton Request Time For Ramona [Dean Brown DBP-181] 3-34 Welte Hybrid, Joe Koons' Motor Cycle Showroom, Long Beach, CA 6:00 I'll Remember April Bill Thomson A Quiet Evening With The Mighty Wurlitzer [Pacifica P-2001] 1956 2-10 Wurlitzer, Armin H "Bud" Wittenberg, Jr. Residence, Beverly Hills, CA; ex-Manchester Theatre, Los Angeles, augmented with parts from the Lincoln Theatre, Los Angeles 9:48 Grace and Beauty Bill Coffman, Knocky Parker, Robbie Rhodes From Cakewalk to Ragtime to Ballroom [Solo Art SACD-81] 4-26 Wurlitzer, Old Town Music Hall, El Segundo, CA; plus piano; CD reissue 2014 14:01 Napoleon's Last Charge John Ledwon Me And My Wurlitzer [Alpha 7703] 1976 3-26 Wurlitzer, John Ledwon Residence, Agoura, CA: Started life as a 3-11 from the Lyceum, Deluth, MN with the console from the Paramount, Watertown, NY 18:48 The Man That Got Away Alex Jones ATOS 2018 Pasadena Highlights 2018 3-19 Wurlitzer, Barnum Hall, Santa Monica, CA 26:31 Ramblin' Rose Byron Melcher Pipe Power [Concert Recording CR-0099] 1972 4-27 Wurlitzer, Harvey Heck Residence, Tarzana, CA; based on 3-14 Wurlitzer, Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood 28:11 Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy Mark Herman Concert: Bandrika Studios 2020-12-14 (Holiday Pops - LATOS & LA AGO) 2020 3-19 Wurlitzer, Bandrika Studios, Tarzana, CA; Formerly Fox Studios 31:15 My One and Only Love Ken Rosen Theater Organ Idols: Reimagined [Vinyl Gold CD] 2017 2-11 Wurlitzer, Ken & Jenice Rosen Residence, Granada Hills, CA; ex-Pig 'n' Whistle Restaurant, Hollywood, CA; in the style of Buddy Cole 35:57 Let's Get Away From It All Jerry Nagano Concert: Lanterman Residence, La Cañada 1991-01 4-36 Wurlitzer, Lanterman Residence, La Cañada, CA, formerly Fox Theatre, San Francisco, CA, now El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood, CA 38:28 On The Trail John Seng Concert: Pasadena City College 1992-02-15 1992 3-23 Wurlitzer, Sexson Auditorium, City College, Padasena, CA 44:05 My Old Flame George Wright At The Movies [Essential ERS-01W] 1971 3-28 Wurlitzer, South Pasadena Studio; rec 1961 48:16 Blue Prelude Bill Thomson An Evening With Bill Thomson [Lift BT 1002] 1964 2-10 Wurlitzer, Rialto Theatre, South Pasadena, CA 52:59 At Dawning Tom Hazleton ATOS 2005 Los Angeles 2005 3-11 Wurlitzer, High School, South Pasadena, CA; 3 July 2005 56:20 Two Hearts In Three Quarter Time Tony Fenelon ATOS 2012 Los Angeles Highlights 2012 3-17 Wurlitzer, Civic Auditorium, San Gabriel, CA 59:32 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Justin LaVoie ATOS 2018 Pasadena 2018 4-26 Wurlitzer, Vic Lopez Auditorium, High School, Whittier, CA; concert July 2, 2018 63:38 Second Hand Rose Jonas Nordwall ATOS 1987 Los Angeles 1987 5-28 Moller, Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA
ICYMI: Later, with Mo'Kelly Presents – ‘This Weekend with Nick (Pagliochini)' sharing everything from the ‘Halloween Hootenanny in Long Beach,' to the ‘Jackalope Indie Art Fair' in Pasadena AND ‘Amy's On It' with the latest films and TV series to dive into…PLUS – Organizer Ella Engström & Designer Johan Svenson join the program to introduce the new Peacock series “The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning” - on KFI AM 640 – Live everywhere on the iHeartRadio app
Its like a regular episode, but with Indian spices.
In Season 2: Episode 4 of Artist Banter, host Tanya Rogers sits down with local indie band Emerald Street to dive into all things in the music industry. The band discusses their discography and brand new single I Need You, now available on all streaming platforms. To keep updated on Emerald Street, follow them on Instagram @emeraldstreetofficial. Host: Tanya Rogers Editor: Aidan Swanepoel Producers: Leila Nunez, Isabel Silagy Like, comment, and follow us on your favorite platform for more content! Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beach-weekly/id1488484518?uo=4 Google Podcasts https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9kMzEwMjEwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4HJaqJep02kHeIQy8op1n1 Overcast https://overcast.fm/itunes1488484518/beach-weekly
How can we stop infrastructure from damaging the planet? In Oil Beach: How Toxic Infrastructure Threatens Life in the Ports of Los Angeles and Beyond (U Chicago Press, 2023), Christina Dunbar-Hester, an associate professor in the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication, explores the history of the San Pedro Bay area to tell the story of oil's impact on LA. The book offers a rich and detailed engagement with a variety of case study examples, including wildlife, international trading, conservation, the military, the local and national governments, and the ports of LA and Long Beach. Offering a radical call for transspecies supply chain justice and creaturely sovereignty, the book is essential reading for anyone interested in how to rethink our polluted places and warming world. Dave O'Brien is Professor of Cultural and Creative Industries, at the University of Sheffield. 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
We are serving up a film fan's dream discussion, as we plunge deep into the techniques, processes, challenges and craft of documentary filmmaking with two talented creators, Brandon Ogborn and Reed Harkness. Both are captivating storytellers whose productions are based on personal experiences and relationships, exploring the themes of family, community, ethics and society's expectations.Brandon's film, 'Damn, Dana' is a character study as well as a snapshot of an unprecedented time in our recent past, focusing on restaurateur Dana Tanner, whose refusal to close the doors of her Long Beach eatery during COVID-19 lockdowns sparked national interest and turned her into the poster child for one the pandemic's most controversial issues, the effect of government mandates on the service industry. Reed's feature 'Sam Now' is an examination of how individual family members processed the disappearance of his step-mother. Reed facilitated and filmed his brother Sam's journey to find his mom which led to Sam ultimately finding himself. 25 years in the making, Reed's brother bonding project inspired his entire family to better understand their own emotions and unique connections.Brandon and Reed discuss the catalysts for each of their documentaries, the roles played by family and friends, their storytelling approaches and directing styles, their subjects' receptions of their films and what they learned from their respective themes… boys and men grappling with difficult emotions and how we all responded to the frightening early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.Plus, Fritz and Weezy are recommending Waco: The Aftermath on Showtime, the podcast series, Long Shadow and American Manhunt: The Boston Marathon Bombing on Netflix.Path Points of Interest:Sam NowSam Now On InstagramSam Now on TwitterSam Now on FacebookSam Now on PBSDamn, Dana on YoutubeDamn, Dana on Film FreewayBrandon Ogborn on InstagramWaco: The Aftermath on ShowtimeThe Long Shadow PodcastAmerican Manhunt - The Boston Marathon Bombing - NetflixTelephone Stories: The Trials of Michael Jackson
Mayor Karen Bass says she wants to add hundreds of new officers to the LAPD; As contract negotiations fail, The Writers Guild of America could go on strike as soon as Monday; The latest results from a count of unhoused people in Long Beach. Support The L.A. Report by donating now at LAist.com/joinSupport the show: https://laist.com
Nevada baseball dropped two of three at San Diego State (6:15). The Pack returns to Peccole for a non-conference weekend vs Long Beach State and Grand Canyon — two things to know and predictions (14:10). The Reno Aces bounced back taking five of six at Salt Lake and host reeling Sugar Land this week (21:54). For slants, the Shoup brothers share their positive and negative takeaways from Nevada's spring game (29:23), consider who will be Pack hoops most improved in 2023-24 (32:44), and give the real reason the air races are ending (51:31). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
This week's episode: Team Penske driver Scott McLaughlin joins to discuss last week's open test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, aero changes, the team's success at Barber Motorsports Park, the championship battle in IndyCar this year, the mindset in the paddock compared to Supercars, and his hopes as a Panthers fan for the upcoming NFL Draft. Plus, a half stake of Long Beach is for sale and if IndyCar will be a buyer, more unfounded rumors on the series being for sure and a preview of this weekend's Children's of Alabama Indy Grand Prix at Barber Motorsports Park. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
IndyCar's latest race winner Kyle Kirkwood is our special guest on this week's episode of The Race IndyCar Podcast. Andretti Autosport's Long Beach victor had a best finish of 10th prior to that race, but with a calm and assured drive in what was a complicated event, Kirkwood emerged victorious - and he reflects on the experience in the show. On the agenda, Kirkwood takes questions about his rollercoaster rise to the top, and how he handled the criticism, pressure, and expectation that came while trying to lead a struggling AJ Foyt team last year. He also breaks down what the switch to Andretti has done for him, as well as discussing the “sanity check” benefit that comes from having experienced team-mates. And of course there's a deep-dive into how he won at Long Beach and how leading and fighting for a win is easier than being in the mid-pack. There's also some off-piste questions about whether Kirkwood has considered an F1 future, and if he could compete in any event or series, what would it be? Send us a question to firstname.lastname@example.org Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our app on iOS or Android Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Confidence. You either got it or you don't. It can come when you it shouldn't and leave you when you need it the most. We act like confidence is this thing that happens to us but in reality we create our confidence, or lack their of, in our lives. If you believe you are in control of your confidence levels then what makes it disappear from time to time? In today's episode we will explore what we can do to boost and maintain our confidence. Plus strategies to get it back when we think we lost it. Get your copy of my new book DreamBIG OverDeliver BeUndeniable here: https://www.jasonglasslab.com/dreambig-the-book @ForWellness is your new secret weapon to make you feel good, enjoy life and perform at your best every day! Get yours for 25% off with "GLASS25" http://forwellness.com/discount/GLASS25 Thank you to our sponsors. @mytpi @perform_better TPI is back LIVE! Check out our schedule of events here: http://www.mytpi.com Want to buy some equipment? Of course, you do! Perform Better @perform_better http://performbetter.com use code “GLASS15” at checkout to buy your Mace, Kettlebells and bands. I will be at Long Beach and Chicago Summits in 2023!
Tony sits down with Troy Grant of Long Beach, California. Troy is a great young up-and-coming teacher Tony met on his travels. Lots of insight from being a good player playing professionally, to transitioning to helping others play the game.
Four-star Long Beach Poly LB Dylan Williams talks more about his Nebraska visit on another edition of Recruit Spotlight on HuskerOnline. Recruit Spotlight is brought to you by Tanners Sports Bar & Grill and Tavern 180 in Lincoln. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
Joey Mulinaro is back from his week-long horse racing adventure to join co-host Conor Daly on Speed Street. The guys talk about Conor's race at Long Beach, why Will Power had choice words to the drivers about passing in the last corner, the difficulty of running a fuel mileage race, how Speed Street got Conor a free meal, and why Callum Ilott is receiving a large amount of internet hate after this weekend. Then, they talk with NBC commentator and former IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe about how IndyCar can keep its attendance and TV rating momentum heading into Barber, why Pato O'ward and Scott Dixon's crash sets the precedent for officiating going forward, Andretti Autosport's heightened performance this year, whether or not he'll get back in the seat, and prepping for IndyCar's open test at Indy. Plus, hear how this week's Ricky Treadway Random Indy 500 Driver was involved in a shark attack. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Off Track with Hinch and Rossi
James and Alex recap the 2023 Long Beach Grand Prix, Thim travels in sweat pants, and James wears old man clothes. It was a big week.+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5-star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Check out our new website, www.askofftrack.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.
On this episode, Matt Farah and Zack Klapman have a correction on their Lotus video (it wasn't our fault); attending the IndyCar GP in Long Beach; seeing the first 3-wheeled solar-charged Aptera in the wild; Seiko paying tribute to Carl Ruiz; a first look at the Acura Integra Type S; and a new Cars and Coffee. Patreon questions include: What's a fast four-seater the won't break the bank? Why you should buy a car with over 100k miles. Replacing your daily from 1951. How to get your dealer to inspect something they don't want to. Our $100k dream fleet. And more! Recorded April 17, 2023 Download the Gametime app and redeem code SMOKINGTIRE for $20 off your first purchase (terms apply). Buying Dillon sunglasses? Hit the partners tab and receive a FREE TST shirt! Want your question answered? Want to watch the live stream, get ad-free podcasts, or exclusive podcasts? Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thesmokingtirepodcast Tweet at us!https://www.Twitter.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Twitter.com/zackklapman Instagram:https://www.Instagram.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Instagram.com/therealzackklapman