Programa de miércoles, con Sergio Valdés. Con la actualidad de Avenida, que juega partido, y los sonidos de McCall, Jorge Recio y Roberto Íñiguez; Ramón Blázquez, de Unionistas CF, y la firma de Pedro Hernández; actualidad del Salamanca CF UDS, y las Ligas Futormes, en la SER.
Wine: 2019 Aldina Vineyards Pinot Noir BIO:Born and raised in Eagle Pass, Texas, Guadalupe García McCall is the award-winning author of several young adult novels, some short stories for adults, and many children's poems. Guadalupe has received the Prestigious Pura Belpre Award, a Westchester Young Adult Fiction Award, the Tomás Rivera Mexican-American Children's Book Award, and was a finalist for the William C. Morris Award and the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy, among many other accolades. She was born in Mexico and moved to Texas as a young girl, keeping close ties with family on both sides of the border. She is a full-time author and abuelita and lives with her husband in South Texas. Find her online at ggmccall.com.Instagram
In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles we discuss The Springfield Three. On June 7, 1992 three women, Sherill Levitt, her daughter Suzanne Streeter, and friend Stacy McCall disappeared from Levitt's home in Springfield, Missouri, between 02:15am – 07:30am. Suzanne and Stacy had returned to Levitt's home to spend the night after attending graduation parties the night of June 6, 1992. The three women have not been heard from or seen since. https://crackhousechronicles.com/ Check out our MERCH! https://www.teepublic.com/user/crackhousechronicles Sponsors: https://betterhelp.com/chc If you use this link or Promo Code CHC, BetterHELP will give you 10% off your first month7 bill. Sources: https://www.news-leader.com/story/news/local/ozarks/2022/06/03/springfield-3-missing-women-cold-case-theories-stacy-mccall-suzie-streeter-sherrill-levitt/9926916002/ https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com/wiki/The_Springfield_Three
We're back with another fresh episode featuring 2 more industry legends, Marty McCall and his wife, Michelle Morgan, AIFD. Marty, a lifelong flower pro with flowers in his family, brings a breadth of knowledge and experience in the floral industry, but most importantly, a steadfast dedication to enriching his community with the charm of gorgeous fresh flowers and exceptional service. Michelle's floral journey began in her native home in the UK; after studying extensively and gaining over eight full-time government floral qualifications, Michelle achieved two of the highest floristry qualifications recognizable in Europe as well as her AIFD in the US. Which she used in various teaching and high-profile floristry jobs before moving into the commercial wholesale side of the business. In 2015 Marty and his wife Michelle purchased Kuhn Flowers in Jacksonville, FL and continue in business under the same name. Today Kuhn Flowers has locations in Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach, and a boutique location, Cattleya European Floral, located in Historic Avondale. Listen in to hear all about their history, working together, Marty's card collection and so much more! Learn more about Marty, Michelle and Kuhn Flowers at https://www.kuhnflowers.com/index.php
Listen as Brooklynne McCall, a His HIll Aum and Staff Wife, shares how she came to know Jesus. She also gives testimony to God's faithfulness found in Christ through the highs and lows of life.
Wine: Maldonado Vineyards 2020 Napa Valley ChardonnayBIO:Sedale is a certified wine writer, telling stories of wines and winemakers that are not told enough. He is currently a contributor to The Vintner Project and Uncorked and Cultured, focused primarily on BIPOC wines and winemakers. A digital marketer by day, Sedale is passionate about his community and making sure their stories are told and highlighted in the industry. Sedale holds his WSET Level 2 with Distinction and American Wine Expert. He is currently a CSW candidate.InstagramUncorked & Cultured
Joanne took the loss of her sister, turned it around and was able to find meaning in it. She decided to launch her own business. Today, Joanne gives voice to others' stories and empowers those that want to carve their own paths. She shares the following nuggets of life wisdom: - things are cyclical - there are things that we can't control - have faith and trust - live your dreams - take grief and loss and make it mean something - listen to and trust yourself - life is an evolution https://joannemccall.com tags: Joanne, McCall, premier, publicist, media, training, expert, media, insider, story, stories, that, empower, empowering, empowerment, inspire, inspiring, inspiration, encourage, encouraging, encouragement, hope, light, podcast, Sean, https://storiesthatempower.com
PFF's Mike Renner reviews every Week 2 matchup and chats with Coastal Carolina's Grayson McCall and Jamey Chadwell. Also on this episode, segments, mailbag, and much more! Speakpipes: https://www.speakpipe.com/TalkinBall
IN8bio (NASDAQ:INAB) chief financial officer Patrick McCall takes Proactive's Stephen Gunnion through the clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company's novel approach to cancer therapy by advancing genetically modified gamma-delta T cells into the clinic using its DeltEx Platform. McCall also provided updates on Phase 1 clinical trials on its lead candidates, INB-100 and INB-200, and revealed that IN8bio has partnered with the Dunbar CAR T-Cell Program at the University of Louisville as the manufacturing center for INB-400. #ProactiveInvestors #IN8bio #DeltaEx #Nasdaq #cancertherapy
This week Kay McCall from Renewable Energy Alliance dives into the history of the wind industry, what the future of the industry looks like, and the importance of bringing everyone in energy together.We're bringing together the builders and innovators in energy in October 2022. Get your tickets for Fuze today: https://bit.ly/Fuze-OGS
Welcome to the SLT “You Got Next” series. This series is dedicated to the athlete/actor/entrepreneur who doesn't ask for any recognition but continues to push themselves to limits that many didn't think they had. We see you and we want to let the world know who you are... we present to you the SLT next series and Erica McCall has "Got Next" Make sure you subscribe, like and follow us on IG, Twitter and Facebook @sportlifetalk. You can watch the live streamed show on our Sportslifetalk Facebook page and on our YouTube channel. On this episode B Jones and KT are joined by Stanford basketball alum and fellow podcaster, Erica McCall. She joined the show to talk about her family, hoops, and podcasting and why she has "Got Next"
The article I wrote, https://medium.com/@isaacjmiller/a-unified-race-theory-anti-extreme-antiracism-51552a8d160eThe clip from AMChttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9vPuld7ya8Thus Spoke Zarathustra ANIMATED | On The Tarantulashttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ds4Gv3TEeU0the video call https://youtu.be/E9pR27A_0C8Join the discussion on the FB grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/dailyarchetype/Also DailyArchetype on Instagram Music (Three kinds of Sun) by Norma Rockwell and the theme by studio star gazer, with voices by: Eli Harris, Katrice Beal, Annie Phung and Allison Drew (not in that order). If interested in helping with the production or to become a guest, please send an email to Please contact me on social media rather than Email.Support on Venmo @isaac-Miller-83 Support the show
Angela + Catherine share their wedding experiences which include horses, hickeys, and everything in between. Conversations highlights: --Angela discusses her wedding out of “necessity” and the McCall's wedding dress pattern --What happens when a wedding turns into a country music concert --The trials of being a pregnant bride --Eloping in the Bahamas and “saving yourself” for marriage --Catherine discusses why she couldn't wear a strapless dress --ACE shares their first dance songs --The foreshadowing of wedding day doubts --The evolution of wedding colors --How the pain of a broken marriage can turn into purpose
In this week's episode, Sandra talks about the Legend of Margorie McCall which happened in Lurgan Ireland in 1705. Legend has it that Margorie McCall passed away due to a severe illness. When she was buried, she was buried with a precious wedding ring that no one could remove from her finger. Unfortunately, a short time after her death, grave robbers attempted to steal the ring. While attempting to steal the ring they decided to cut her finger off. Once the blood started to appeal on her finger, Margorie woke with a start from her "dead-like" state and scared the grave robbers off. She then went home to her husband who upon answering the door fell down dead. He was then buried in the same plot meant for her, and she went on to remarry and have several more children. Her gravestone was engraved with "Lived Once. But died twice." Find out how this story could relate to other similar tales from the "Lady with the Ring." Later, Danielles talks about the '90s in Norway. Specifically the black metal music scene. Known of being very anti-religion and violent, members were celebrated for being rebellious to a fault. Musicians from various black metal bands became more and more extreme. One person even mutilated himself while performing at concerts. This is one of the darker and angstier stores that has been covered with OWTTA. Sandra's Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_with_the_Ring http://www.lurganancestry.com/mmccall.htm https://www.soundslikeacult.com/ https://www.reallifeghoststoriespodcast.com/ Danielle's Source: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/mar/22/before-you-know-it-its-not-a-big-deal-to-kill-a-man-norwegian-black-metals-murderous-past#:~:text=On%2021%20August%201992%2C%20B%C3%A5rd,then%20burned%20down%20Holmenkollen%20chapel. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/oywiththeterroralready/support
In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck interview Bryan Mccall, Agency Owner of Sand Springs Agency and Contender on The Protege Season 2. Bryan discusses why he joined The Protege, and what he has learned so far from the competition. Episode Highlights: Bryan explains how he got into commercial insurance. (2:55) Bryan expresses gratitude to Sean and the other Protege participants for their kindness. (9:44) Bryan, David, and Kyle talk about the amazing Protege belt that IPFS funded for the winner. (18:36) David mentions Ric Flair as the second professional athlete he called out on the show. (20:26) Bryan explains why he joined the Protege. (26:15) Bryan mentions that joining the Protege is like going outside of your comfort zone because commercial insurance was not in his wheelhouse and was not something that came naturally to him. (31:09) Bryan discusses the most surprising aspect of The Protege process. (34:54) Bryan believes that things that come easily never last, and that things that last never come easily. (54:27) Bryan expresses his desire to become a permanent member of the Killing Commercial group. (57:29) Tweetable Quotes: “I wanted everybody to know how much fun this can be, you know, going through this process, seeing what's out there for commercial. And really, for me, I know that it's gonna seem like a stretch, stepping outside of your comfort zone. Because commercial was not in my wheelhouse. Like I said, I was licensed. But it wasn't something that came naturally to me.” - Bryan Mccall “Things that come easy, never last things that last never come easy.” - Bryan Mccall “My ultimate goal is to become a permanent part of your Killing Commercial group… I want to be a part of that and help anybody else. Whether they want to be mentored by me or not.” - Bryan Mccall Resources Mentioned: Bryan Mccall LinkedIn Sand Springs Agency David Carothers Kyle Houck Florida Risk Partners The Extra 2 Minutes
Today we talk to the Project Manager of Pomahaka Water Care Group (and West Otago farmer), who says 99 per cent of farmers in the catchment have bought into the project.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck interview Bryan Mccall, Agency Owner of Sand Springs Agency and Contender on The Protege Season 2. Bryan discusses why he joined The Protege, and what he has learned so far from the competition. Episode Highlights: Bryan explains how he got into commercial insurance. (2:55) Bryan expresses gratitude to Sean and the other Protege participants for their kindness. (9:44) Bryan, David, and Kyle talk about the amazing Protege belt that IPFS funded for the winner. (18:36) David mentions Ric Flair as the second professional athlete he called out on the show. (20:26) Bryan explains why he joined the protege. (26:15) Bryan mentions that joining the Protege is like going outside of your comfort zone because commercial insurance was not in his wheelhouse and was not something that came naturally to him. (31:09) Bryan discusses the most surprising aspect of The Protege process. (34:54) Bryan believes that things that come easily never last, and that things that last never come easily. (54:27) Bryan expresses his desire to become a permanent member of the Killing Commercial group. (57:29) Tweetable Quotes: “I wanted everybody to know how much fun this can be, you know, going through this process, seeing what's out there for commercial. And really, for me, I know that it's gonna seem like a stretch, stepping outside of your comfort zone. Because commercial was not in my wheelhouse. Like I said, I was licensed. But it wasn't something that came naturally to me.” - Bryan Mccall “Things that come easy, never last things that last never come easy.” - Bryan Mccall “My ultimate goal is to become a permanent part of your Killing Commercial group… I want to be a part of that and help anybody else. Whether they want to be mentored by me or not.” - Bryan Mccall Resources Mentioned: Bryan Mccall LinkedIn Sand Springs Agency David Carothers Kyle Houck Florida Risk Partners The Extra 2 Minutes
Alice and Tom talk about the upcoming elections and the kids are woke in Winchester. Find us at burnbarrelpodcast.com Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow on Parler: @burnbarrelpodcast On Gab: @burnbarrelpodcast Facebook: facebook.com/burnbarrelpodcast And Twitter: @burnbarrelpod Rumble: rumble.com/c/burnbarrelpodcast YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCWhLuhtutKdCmbHaWuGg_YQ Follow Tom on Twitter: @tomshattuck You can follow Alice too: @aliceshattuck More Tom stuff at tomshattuck.com Tom's "Insta" as the zoomers say: instagram.com/tomwshattuck Join us at Locals: burnbarrel.locals.com (subscriber based) Join us at Patreon: patreon.com/burnbarrel (subscriber based) The opening theme music is called Divine Intervention by Matthew Sweet. The closing theme music to this podcast C'est La Vie by Derek Clegg. Excelsior
Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport have a conversation with Johanna Kandel, founder and CEO of the Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness, and McCall Dempsey, founder and director of Southern Smash. Sunny Side Up Nutrition and the Alliance teamed up to create five parent letters that can be customized and downloaded as a tool for advocacy when diet culture shows up in schools. They discuss: The pervasiveness of diet culture and how it shows up in schools. Where the idea for the five letters originated. The contents of each letter: Introductory Letter to Your Child's Teacher Letter regarding School Weigh-Ins Letter regarding a Harmful School Assignment with Diet Culture Letter regarding Food Police in the School Cafeteria Letter requesting your Child Opt-Out of An Assignment Specific examples of when a parent may use these letters to advocate for diet-free schools. Resources for parents available from the National Alliance for Eating Disorders. Links: Support the Podcast -- Virtual “Tip Jar”! Link to Letters on SSUN Website National Alliance for Eating Disorders Johanna Kandel McCall Dempsey Sunny Side Up Nutrition Podcast Lutz, Alexander & Associates Nutrition Therapy Pinney Davenport Nutrition https://thirdwheeled.com/ https://m8.design/ https://www.sonics.io/ Johanna Kandel is the immediate Past President of the Board of Directors for the Eating Disorders Coalition, member of the Academy for Eating Disorders Advisory Board, founding board member of the Eating Disorders Activist Network, and a member of the Eating Disorders Leadership Summit. She is an active participant in National Eating Disorders Awareness Month. She has received many awards for her ongoing outreach and advocacy work, including the Jefferson Award for Public Service© and Harlequin Enterprises' More Than Words Award. Johanna has appeared on national television programs including NBC Nightly News and The Today Show, and profiled in the New York Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Glamour Magazine. Johanna's book, Life Beyond Your Eating Disorder, was released by Harlequin Nonfiction in September of 2010. Success to Johanna means helping even one person avoid traveling down the same road she did and continuing to use her voice in the fight against eating disorders. McCall Dempsey is a writer, speaker and founder of Southern Smash, a program of the National Alliance for Eating Disorders. McCall is an eating disorder survivor and passionate recovery advocate.
On this week's episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Larry Kotok and Rev. Rick McCall discuss the relevance of theology in challenging times. [Read more...] The post Seekers of Meaning 9/9/2022: Rabbi Larry Kotok and Rev. Rick McCall discuss theology in challenging times appeared first on Jewish Sacred Aging.
It's Furry, Furbulous Friday! Ingrid Newkirk, President of PETA, (the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), joins us to fill us in on all the great work they do to save animals. We also touch on the work of Queen Elizabeth II who passed away yesterday. She and Bern also discuss the recent rescue of 4,000 beagles from the Envigo lab, PETA's amazing dog house project, and much more. Learn how you can help support PETA's efforts at peta.org.Next, we're excited to talk with McCall Knecht of Berkey Filters, a sponsor of One Life Radio, regarding the safety of our drinking water. Most of us have heard of the conditions in Mississippi after a flood. They had no drinking water, or even water to flush their toilets. What would you do in that situation? A Berkey Filter doesn't need electricity, and can easily be used to provide clean drinking water during a power outage or mechanical failure at your city water plant. It's also a must if you want healthy, clean drinking water every day. Find out what's in your water supply with Berkey Filter's Water Quality Search (created in partnership with the Environmental Working Group, or EWG). Don't drink what the EWG refers to as a “chemical cocktail” every time you drink from the tap. Visit Berkey Filter to check out their line of water filters. They even have a travel size for camping. And, for a limited time, use the code OLR for 10% off your purchase! Thank you to our sponsors!enviromedica – The BEST probiotics on the planetWise Traditions Conference - October 21st - 23rd in Knoxville, TNIs your drinking water safe? Check by zip code at berkeyfilters.com and use the code OLR for 10% off a new Berkey Water Filter!Children's Health Defense - Order Robert F. Kennedy's latest book, "The Real Anthony Fauci" today!sunwarrior - Use the code OLR for 20% off your purchase!Vegworld MagazineWell Being JournalThorne - Get 20% off your order and free shipping!
Grandparents Day is coming Sunday and to celebrate this incredible privilege, Ken and Deb visit with author, pastor, father, and grandfather Larry McCall. Larry will share ideas on how to grandparent with gospel purpose and underscores the impact grandparents can have on the spiritual development of their grandkids. Grandparents, you'll be inspired and energized anew with the possibilities that Larry has for this cherished relationship!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a LIVE replay of A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast which aired Wednesday, September 7th, 2022 at 11:30pm ET on Fireside Chat. Ian McCall, Retired American Mixed Martial Arts World Champion, Psychedelic Research Advocate, Decriminalize California Event Director, Psilocybin Advocate, Performance Coach & Mentor, shares the benefits of psychedelics in reversing CTE symptoms, curbing addiction, and healing.
Larry McCall is a pastor, speaker and author of the book Grandparenting with Grace: Living the Gospel with the Next Generation. Larry and his wife Gladine live in Winona Lake, Indiana and they have seven grandchildren. In this podcast, Larry talks with co-hosts Wayne Rice and John Coulombe about grandparenting as a ministry, not only to grandchildren but to our adult children as well. Larry also shares his thoughts on long-distance grandparenting and healing broken relationships in the family and the power of prayer.
In a followup to yesterday's conversation with Joe Drape, author of "Our Boys," we speak with one of the young men who was a member of that extraordinary football team in Smith Center, Kansas - Marshall McCall, one of the team's four captains. (He is mentioned more than once in the Joe Drape interview and plays quite a prominent role in the book.) Both of these interviews were recorded back in 2010.
Our favorite spirit is Kentucky Bourbon. To be more precise: We enjoy Woodford Reserve the MOST. Our kids sip it, our parents love it, and we tend to serve it to our guests and friends more than any other adult beverage. We have history and take our bourbon drinking very seriously. Back in 2019, before the world shut down, my husband Craig and I, and two of our best friends, went to Kentucky to discover a new destination, follow The Kentucky Bourbon Trail and to learn more about how bourbon is created. Is a trip to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail on your list too? Ever since our grown kids came home from college loving this delicious Kentucky spirit, I have been paying attention. Our kids' enthusiasm for all drinks made with bourbon was intoxicating and persuasive. Fast forward several years later, my favorite way to indulge is now a Manhattan or an Old Fashioned because I love the aroma and smooth flavor of high-quality bourbon. My husband and I toured The Kentucky Bourbon Trail with our friends Brad and Troy; we visited smaller distilleries, dined at excellent restaurants, and thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Woodford Reserve, where our bourbon of choice is carefully crafted. The art of making fine bourbon first took place on the site of the Woodford Reserve Distillery, a National Historic Landmark, in 1812. The perfectly balanced taste of their Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey comprises more than 200 detectable flavor notes, from bold grain and wood to sweet aromatics, spice, and fruit & floral notes. Mmm, delicious Kentucky Bourbon! During our visit in 2019, we sipped, listened, and toured Woodford Reserve and had the time of our lives. Never in a million years did I dream I would create a podcast and have the opportunity to interview Master Distiller Chris Morris and Assistant Master Distiller Elizabeth McCall. Dreams do come true, my friends; I am living proof. (pun intended) Chris Morris is Master Distiller for Brown-Forman Corporation, the seventh since the company began in 1870. A Louisville native, he has spent his working life in the bourbon industry. Chris is responsible for maintaining the award-winning taste of the whiskies produced at the Woodford Reserve and Old Forester Distilleries. He is also one of three generations of his family to work at Brown-Forman and is a member of the Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame. Elizabeth McCall, CSS (Certified Specialist of Spirits), is the second generation of her family to work in the bourbon industry and one of the youngest female distillers in the United States. When she first began working at Brown Forman, assuming the role she is in today was never the goal. Realizing the excellent opportunity for employment the company offered, Elizabeth followed in her mother's footsteps, starting as a sensory expert and working in the quality department. McCall has a master's degree from the University of Louisville and has been a member of Brown-Forman's R&D Department since 2009. Her ongoing devotion to quality, and interest in all things spirits, eventually led her to become Master Taster in 2015 and, in 2018, Assistant Master Distiller of Woodford Reserve. Today she works directly with Master Distiller Chris Morris and R&D on the innovation and development of new products within Woodford Reserve. In this episode: Personal insights from the experts! Plus, great stories! What is The Kentucky Bourbon Trail? What happened in 1990? What is a fermenter? Red & Blue Corn & Bourbon? ( A super fun story) Innovation at Woodford Reserve Plus, so much more! How Woodford Reserve was a pioneer in culinary pairings with bourbon What is so magical and timeless about Woodford Reserve? This episode is the first of four devoted to Kentucky and The Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Don't miss a new episode every two weeks. Link to Woodford Reserve => HERE Kentucky Bourbon Trail Trip Details How to Find Adventure & Thrive in the Empty Nest – Suzanne's E-Book My Amazon Travel Store – Suzanne's Favorite Must-Haves Hear No Evil Media Podcast Audio Production by Erik Hulslander
In this episode of Big Book Workshop, we hear from Laura and McCall as they walk us through Chapter 7 of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, Working With Others and share their knowledge and experience on sponsorship. All donations help us to provide programs and services – to alcoholic women and their families, at absolutely no cost. If you'd like to donate, text MAGGIES to 44321 or visit magdalenhouse.org/donate. The Magdalen House is a 501c3 nonprofit organization helping women achieve sobriety and sustain recovery from alcoholism at no cost and based on 12-Step spiritual principles. Please note, the curriculum we teach through our programs is from the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. However, we are not an A.A. group and we are not associated with Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.
This week on week on Sex & Violence with Rebel Girl, we talk to a retired American mixed martial artist who competed in the Flyweight& Bantamweightdivisions of several prominent MMA promotions, including Ultimate Fighting Championship, Rizin Fighting Federation and World Extreme Cagefighting. Ian “uncle creepy“ McCall is also a former Tachi Palace Fights Flyweight champion.In 2018, he announced his retirement during The MMA Hour podcast.Today, he's a psychedelic integration coach and consultant and PT comedian! We talk about:Erasing Psilocybin Stigmas,Healing through microdosing, Working with Ketamine Gummies, The power of breathe work The importance of self love The McCall MethodTraining at RVCA with Chito post retirement,Hitting the Genetic Lottery, Being the “Boatman” Killing Mike Tyson with “Ego Death” Accountability buddies, Living life in the nude,Sex parties at his house,Aspirations to eat shroom with Elon Chuck Liddell Ball tap story, & MUCH MORE!As always, our weekly segment of "F^ck-Marry-Kill" & Fan Questions (now available at www.UFCFightPass.com) GO check out www.SEXVIOLENCEWITHREBELGIRL.com” Keep up to date on all the news, episode releases & now we have gear to purchase! Want to sponsor the show?Want to give us some feedback?Guest suggestions? EMAIL US at: email@example.com Connect with us on social media!@sexandviolencewithrebelgirlBehind the scenes:Audio Engineer Dj Zole:
Michaela McCall is the owner of Blue Roan Turquoise and she is on the podcast to talk about what sparked her love for turquoise, how she decided to change direction in life and open a business, and she even goes into detail on what its like being married to a full time cowboy. Michaela and Cheyenne are good friends so this episode is really fun with lots of fun side stories! Follow us on Instagram @womeninwesternpodcast. New episodes every Wednesday! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This episode is a conversation with Beau McCall aka “The Button Man" who is a New York-based cultural tastemaker & visual artist that creates wearable and art by applying clothing buttons onto up-cycled fabrics, materials, and objects generating discussion on topics related to pop culture and social justice. McCall has been featured in the NY Times, Associated Press, NPR, and L.A. Times. His visual and wearable art has been included in many exhibitions and is held in the permanent collection of public institutions and by private individuals including the Museum of Arts and Design (New York), Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia), Victoria and Albert Museum (London), The Museum at FIT (New York), to name a few. In 2021, McCall released his debut artists' book titled, REWIND: MEMORIES ON REPEAT, commissioned and published by SHINE Portrait Studio—that honors the legacy of ten of McCall's deceased friends through collages composed of archival photos and images from his button artwork. The collages capture the late 1970s to the mid-1980s, from Philadelphia to New York, during the LGBTQ+ rights movement, the height of disco music and the AIDS crisis. In 2024, McCall will debut his first-ever retrospective titled, Beau McCall: Buttons On! at Fuller Craft Museum. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zara-korutz/message
Brad McCall is the Founder and Co-Owner of Round 3 Racing, a semi-professional endurance racing team that offers arrive and drive opportunities as well as partnering with brands including: Hagerty, Cooper Tires, and Shift Up Now.
This Hour: Jeff Adkins Dutro and Matthew McCall from the Peoria Federation of Teachers join Craig and Will to speak on their ongoing negotiations with Peoria Public Schools; President Biden announces the Student Loan Forgiveness Plan; Also Kelly Schneider from The Big table of Greater Peoria stops in to discuss the events return post Covid19!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This Hour: Jeff Adkins Dutro and Matthew McCall from the Peoria Federation of Teachers join Craig and Will to speak on their ongoing negotiations with Peoria Public Schools; President Biden announces the Student Loan Forgiveness Plan; Also Kelly Schneider from The Big table of Greater Peoria stops in to discuss the events return post Covid19!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Bird's Eye View with Erica McCall: True Stories of Professional Basketball. Each episode of the show will focus on a different element of professional basketball. On this thirteenth episode of season two, Erica is joined by her father Greg McCall. The two talk about which one of Greg's kids most resembles his game, his first year coaching, growing up in Alabama, his journey to coaching women's basketball, recruiting and coaching against Erica, and more! Follow Erica on Instagram: @birdstheword_24 and Twitter: @birdstheword_24. Follow Greg on Twitter: @CoachGregMcCall and CSU Bakersfield Women's Basketball: @CSUB_WBB. Follow Greg on Instagram: @gmccall22. Be sure and follow the show's Instagram: @birdseyeview.podcast and Twitter: @1birdseyeview
At the time of this recording, Dan worked with Lucas Group, one of the military recruiting firms that a lot of transitioning veterans work with during their exit from the military. He now works with Cohen Partners doing much of the same work. There can be a lot of bad images out there for these firms so I wanted to sit down with someone on the inside to talk about what they think from their point of view.
Grayson McCall joins Andrewster and Liam to talk all things Coastal Carolina and his NFL Draft aspirations. We get an in-depth look at how the famous mullet came to be and how that has brought him so much success! They also talk about if having the "Surf Turf" is an advantage in itself. Make sure to like, comment, and SUBSCRIBE!
Veteran pro hooper (and podcast extraordinaire) Erica McCall stops by the shop to earn her brownie points and talk all things Flavor Of Love, ‘New-Age' Hip-Hop, the power of the W, and finding space to breathe as black women.
The last US soldier to leave Afghanistan returned home this August, but private security personnel long outnumbered US troops in that war, and the for-profit business of training guns-for-hire is booming -- literally -- in the backyards of many rural Americans. In this special episode, The Laura Flanders Show travels to the tiny town of Hoffman in Richmond County, NC, where residents live next to a loud private training ground.They have real concerns about who is receiving training there and why, especially after the January 6th Insurrection at the Capitol. Laura interviews Hoffman's Mayors and one of the County Commissioners who approved the permit for Oak Grove Technologies' tactical training site. They regret that approval now. And we travel to nearby Hoke County, where a diverse coalition of local stakeholders — and an all-POC County Commission — were able to stop the expansion of Reservoir International, another training outfit seeking to expand its footprint near the county seat of Raeford. “The latter is an example of the power of community organizing,” says Serena Sebring of Blueprint NC. Blueprint is partnering with a statewide network of veteran ant-racist, anti-militia organizers to pool information and lift up local strategies for making communities safer. “I don't think it's worthwhile for the county period. And it's really not good for the town of Hoffman. [We need to tell these private paramilitary training groups that]. We don't need you anymore… Go back to the military, go back to camp McCall, go back to Fort Bragg... Don't let the civilians takeover military. We don't need it. “ Don Bryant GuestsDonald Bryant, Richmond County CommissionerTommy Hart, Mayor Hoffman, NCDaniel Kelly, Mayor Pro Tempore, Hoffman, NCDanielle Purifoy, Assistant Professor, Dept of Geography, UNC Chapel HillHarry Southerland, Chairman, Hoke County Board of CommissionersChristina Davis McCoy, Former Executive Director, North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious ViolenceJim Davis, Former Sheriff, Hoke County, NCSerena Sebring, Executive Director, BluePrint NC NOTE: This podcast originally aired Fall of 2021. Listen to our most recent episode as a follow up: 'The Forgotten Coup, January 6th & the Small Town Americans on the Frontlines of Democracy'
Small business owners know better than anyone that we all need organization in our lives, and this week we have the perfect solution! Lauren McCall hatched the idea for Simplify by Lauren during her time working as a teacher and personal assistant. Simplify has been in business for 9 months, and has since become Lauren's full time career! She started spreading the word through social media and referrals, and was able to hire 3 additional employees. Simplify has grown incredibly quickly in such a short amount of time. Lauren has a unique approach and goes in depth with clients to find out their wants and needs in an organized space, even down to her little clients' playrooms. As Lauren continues to expand Simplify, she has kept her mission of building a sense of community at the forefront of everything she does. Simplify offers free consultations in MA & NH! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information! Today's episode of Coffee at the Barre is sponsored by our friends Ethos & Able Creative! You can visit them at eacreative.co, email email@example.com, or text Dante at (781) 710-2294.
Fifth-generation rancher and poet Deanna Dickinson McCall shares stories about her ranching heritage, raising her family on a ranch in the remote Great Basin region of Nevada, and absorbing the cowboy poetry tradition from her Texas grandparents. Find out more about Deanna Dickinson McCall at www.deannadickinsonmccall.com This episode is sponsored by Jeff Tant with Tant Natural Resources. Find out more about Cowboy Crossroads at www.andyhedges.com Become a patron at www.patreon.com/cowboycrossroads
McCall McPherson is the founder of the Modern Thyroid Clinic, a thyroid-centered functional medicine practice in Austin Texas, and she is the Owner and Chief Thyroid Hope Giver of Thyroid Nation. She is a physician, assistant, a recent TEDx speaker, and a thyroid expert (after being a thyroid patient herself). McCall's passion for perfecting thyroid treatment stems from years of her suffering due to the mismanagement of her own hypothyroidism. Now she lives, breathes and thrives in understanding the nuances of proper thyroid care. Her philosophy is simple: There is no reason to still have thyroid symptoms. She spends her time helping to make it so by helping her patients get their lives back and teaching and advocating for the other millions of sufferers who aren't her patients. In this episode, McCall and Michelle go deep into thyroid health and optimization which is often undervalued but is a hugely important factor to thrive in health. Women need to speak up and advocate for themselves and understand what they need to be asking their health care providers as well as what options are available to them. McCall also shares her unique perspective about functional medicine and humanity. Key Takeaways: [7:00] McCall talks about how she became the Chief Thyroid Hope Giver of Thyroid Nation. [8:21] McCall shares her own struggles with thyroid issues. [11:21] Facing misalignment on a personal and emotional level. [12:31] McCall heals patients at a biochemical level so they can have the platform to make the changes they need to make in their own life. [13:57] McCall's first approach is through biochemistry and data. [15:10] What labs does McCall run? [16:46] Symptoms of a thyroid problem. [17:47] The definition of an abnormal lab test varies hugely since it is based on the results of sick people. [22:20] McCall ranges for TSH, T4, T3, and reverse T3. [24:34] Vitamins and nutrients that are helpful for thyroid patients. [29:06] How McCall treats patients with Hashimoto's disease and supports immunity. [30:44] Stress affects your thyroid. [33:32] Stress interventions for women. [34:57] McCall talks about her TEDx talk about humanity and medicine. [42:19] What does alignment look like? [43:39] McCall's favorite mistake or lesson in life that she feels grateful for. [44:42] What makes McCall rebellious? [45:36] The fasting method McCall calls her superpower when it comes to her health. Continue on your wild journey… Join us on our Facebook community www.poppyclinic.com Dr. Michelle Peris at Instagram Dr. Michelle Peris at Facebook Designs for Health When was the last time you felt truly cared for like your health provider is invested in helping you find the root cause of your dis-ease and is offering common-sense solutions to your problems? The Poppy Clinic thinks you need an innovative approach to understanding why you are experiencing symptoms in the first place, offering functional tests to help provide the answers that you need and solutions that make sense for your life. At The Poppy Clinic, we believe you deserve to thrive in your health and be an invested member of your healthcare partnership. We are an integrative healthcare team providing services such as naturopathic medicine, holistic medicine, nutrition, IV vitamin therapy, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, scar release therapy, and live-cell blood analysis. Since we believe community is imperative for transforming your health, we also provide unique community health services: our women's group Rebel Tribe, a 6-week meditation series, solstice meditation, group nutrition services, and mom and baby yoga. We want to transform your healthcare experience, and we believe that you deserve such clarity in your health that you can separate poppy seeds from soil — and now you know where the clinic name comes from! We look forward to meeting you very soon! Get in touch with Dr. Modern Thyroid Clinic McCall McPherson PA on Instagram Thyroid Nation Thyroid Nation on Facebook McCall McPherson Thyroid Lab Guide Thyroid Nation Gift TEDx: On Being Human
In this episode, I am joined by Steve Alverson, Partner | CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ | Financial Advisor, at McCall & Associates. We dive into the world of RSU's/Stocks/Options/Vesting and a bunch of other financial terms (I have no idea what they mean). Enjoy! Like what you hear? Connect with me- Website: www.taylordesseyn.com LinkedIn: Taylor Desseyn Tweet me: @tdesseyn Tik Tok: @tdesseyn Pics of the life, wife, daughter & dog: @tdesseyn
Nicolle McCall tinha apenas 13 anos quando uma carona durante um “rolê” com as amigas mudou toda a sua vida. Uma mudança que deixaria marcas irreversíveis e a faria passar por poucas e boas até depois de anos se reestabelecer.
In this episode, DA and KDot talked with Erica McCall. Erica is a hooper. She's a 5 year WNBA player, currently preparing to play in Spain, she's also has the Bird's Eye View: True Stories of Professional Basketball. We recapped the Commissioners Cup championship game which the Las Vegas Aces won over the Chicago Sky 93-83. we also talked about her basketball journey and...... Her journey into podcasting. Don't forget to Follow DA on Twitter @thedartestshow and K. Dot on Twitter @kdotlew3H. Also follow the podcast on Twitter @the94x50wbb. Follow Erica on Twitter@birdstheword_24The Week On EarthPeabody Award winning producer brings you the strangest climate stories on our planet.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the9450/message
Are you fearful when it comes to taking on work challenges or pursuing a new career? Do you have a hard time trying to face it? Pete is joined by a long time friend, Glen McCall, in this episode of the finding career zen podcast. Motivation comes in different ways and from a variety of experiences. From facing challenging times as a college student, to starting over in his career, to ultimately becoming First United Bank's President in Oklahoma City & Edmond, Glen shares the traits and beliefs that have allowed him to succeed personally and professionally. How exactly did he do it? Could it have been his faith, analytical skills, lessons learned along the way, or something altogether different? Tune in to discover how Glen learned to slay his dragons, and become a leader who shows others how to slay theirs.Additional Resources Please visit www.spendlifewisely.com to learn more about First United's mission, and what they can do for you. You can also connect with Glen on LinkedIn.Advice for self-growth, personally and professionally:Ask questions. We are social creatures, everyone likes to be acknowledged and showing interest is guaranteed to leave an impression.Be helpful. In sales, you should operate with the mindset that people are going to do what they believe is best for them. It's never about what you want, it's about what they want. Instead of internalizing an individual's reaction, make strides to understand it. You have plenty of time, make sure to enjoy it. Cherish each moment instead of looking for things to worry about.Every path is unique. Your career path may not be a straight line, and that's okay. It may take a lot of extra work, but it's never too late to follow your passions and create your own route.Rewards rarely exist without a challenge. Your journey is heroic and adversity is inevitable. Optimism and willingness to overcome difficulties will lead you towards success.Envision what you want to do. Have an appreciation for the people who do it and what you need from them, and don't be afraid for your ego to take a backseat when pursuing your career goals.
Chava Willig Levy is an award-winning author and an advocate for individuals with disabilities. As a person who gets around in a motorized wheelchair, she has shattered many stereotypes about people with disabilities in the workplace, in the community, in the classroom and on the college campus. An internationally known motivational speaker famous for her humor, passion and compassion, Chava has captivated audiences ranging in size from 50 to 3,500.Millions of people have read Chava's articles, featured in national publications including Family Circle, Woman's Day, McCall's, Ladies' Home Journal, Parents magazine, Jewish Action and Stagebill.Notes:- Find her book, A Life Not with Standing: https://www.amazon.com/Life-Standing-Chava-Willig-Levy/dp/149281495400:00 - Intro6:15 - Interview1:06:55 - OutroRabbi Efrem Goldberg: Rabbi, Boca Raton Synagogue (BRS).Rabbi Philip Moskowitz: Associate Rabbi, BRS. Rabbi Josh Broide: Outreach Rabbi, BRS.