Jonathan Taylor scores 5 touchdowns against the Buffalo Bills. Join The Hoof Live Tuesday Night For The Holiday Episode To Recap Sunday's Loss Against The Colts And A Look Ahead To Thanksgiving's Matchup With The Saints. Plus, A Look Around The NFL And We Tackle The Question "Why Aren't There Any Great Teams This Year". #buffalobills #joshallen
613: In a panel from our recent Metis Strategy Digital Symposium in September, Vagesh and Danielle speak with Metis Strategy's Michael Bertha in a conversation about combining AI and IoT to drive digital processes. Danielle shares how IoT and AI fit into Whirlpool's four strategic imperatives and each technology's role in enabling partnerships and product innovations. Vagesh details what opportunities McDermott sees with IoT and AI in its business model and the company's use of digital twins. Finally, both executives share how digital twins can produce business value, unique customer insights, and product learnings.
Happy Thanksgiving, y'all (please imagine that in your very best Holly Hunter voice). Erika and Paul are talking 1995's Home For the Holidays, directed by Jodie Foster and starring a bunch of people you just may have heard of (Holly Hunter? Robert Downey Jr? Anne Bancroft?). Sending all the listeners some love on the holiday...have a great one if you celebrate and have a great Thursday if you don't!
The Indianapolis Colts travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills. Sterling, Anthony, and Eric get you ready for sunday. What should the Bills be worried about when facing the Colts? Jonathon Taylor leads the league in rushing yards heading into week 11. Tune in to find out what the guys think the Bills should slow him down.
Hour 1: Schopp and Bulldog debate whether or not we should trust Sean McDermott's game-management decision making. Plus, how will it end for McDermott? Would you bet on him to break Marv Levy's record of 19-playoff games? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Let’s start today with two more Patreon-fueled shout-outs. The first comes a long-time supporter who wants you to know:"Today is a great day to spread good cheer: reach out to an old friend, compliment a stranger, or pause for a moment of gratitude to savor a delight."The second comes from a more recent supporter who wants you to go out and read a local news story written by a local journalist. Whether it be the Daily Progress, Charlottesville Tomorrow, C-Ville Weekly, NBC29, CBS19, WINA, or some other place I’ve not mentioned - the community depends on a network of people writing about the community. Go learn about this place today!On today’s show:Charlottesville City Council adopts a Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map after a long public process and long public hearing President Biden signs an infrastructure bill Two area breweries have announced a merger The Places29-Hydraulic group gets the latest on 490 units planned for Old Ivy Road After nearly five years of review, Charlottesville City Council has adopted a Comprehensive Plan and a Future Land Use Map intended to increase the number of housing units within city limits. Council’s vote came after a long public hearing that came after a work session held in the early afternoon where Council also discussed economic development and population trends. The public hearing ended at 10:44 p.m. and Council then discussed the matter for another hour before voting to adopt. Up next will be the rewrite of the zoning code to eliminate legislative barriers to new residential density. I’ll have more on the adoption of the plan and what is in it in an upcoming edition of the newsletter. Take a look at the adopted Comprehensive Plan and the Future Land Use Map here. Two breweries in the area have announced a merger via Facebook post. Champion Brewing Company and Reason Beer will join operations in a partnership that will see Hunter Smith remain as the company’s CEO. One of Reason’s founders, Jeff Railenau, will become the Chief Financial Officer. Josh Skinner of Champion will become the Head Brewer and Reason’s Mark Fulton will become Director of Brewing Operations. Champion will relocate its production operations from a facility in the Woolen Mills on Broadway Street to Reason’s headquarters at Seminole Place on U.S. 29. “We’re excited to announce this partnership with our good friends and esteemed beer minds across town that will bring together two skilled and like-minded teams to streamline operations under one roof,” reads a statement on Champion’s Facebook page.President Joe Biden has signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which will likely change the landscape for the way all kinds of projects in Virginia and the Charlottesville area are funded. “This law makes the most significant investment in roads and bridges in the past 70 years,” Biden said. “It makes the most significant investment in passenger rail in the past 50 years. And in public transit ever.” The bill provides direct funding to specific areas across the entire country. (details from the White House)$55 billion to expand access to clean drinking water, eliminating lead pipes and cleaning up PFAS chemicals $21 billion in funding to remediate Superfund sites in rural and urban communities$66 billion for public transit, including vehicle replacement from fossil-fuel burning to zero emissions vehicles$5 billion specifically to purchase clean school buses$17 billion to modernize ports and update machinery to reduce congestion and emissions$25 billion for airports including efforts to drive electrification and a transition to other low-carbon technologiesOver $50 billion in investments to protect against drought, heat waves, wildfires and floodsThe legislation passed the U.S. Senate on a 69-30 vote and the U.S. House on a 221 to 201 vote. Take a look at the full bill here. “The bill I’m about to sign into law is proof that despite the cynics, Democrats and Republicans can come together to deliver results,” Biden said. There’s also funding to increase internet access.“This law is going to make high-speed Internet affordable and everywhere, everywhere in America,” Biden said “Urban, suburban, rural, and great jobs laying down those broadband lines.” Environmental groups in Virginia are celebrating the signing of the infrastructure bill, which will provide an additional $238 million for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the Chesapeake Bay Program according to a statement from the Choose Clean Water Coalition.“These additional funds will help reduce pollution in the Bay and its waterways, especially as we approach the 2025 deadline to have all pollution reduction practices in place as part of the Bay's restoration effort,” said Coalition Director Kristin Reilly. Reilly refers to something called the Chesapeake Bay TMDL, a framework to reduce pollution across all of the watersheds that feed into the Bay, including the Rapidan, Rivanna, and James Rivers. Investments have been made over the years, including millions to upgrade the Moores Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant to reduce the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus that makes it to the Bay, creating dead zones with no oxygen. The bill has also been celebrated by the Virginia Transit Association, who sent out a release pointing out that the bill contains $102 billion nationwide in funding for passenger and freight rail, or a 592 percent increase over usual funding levels. That could include $1.4 billion for Virginia. “Transit will receive about $1.3 billion in formula funding over the next five years, a 34 percent increase over normal funding levels,” said Danny Plaugher, the Deputy Director of the Virginia Transit Association and the Executive Director of Virginians for HighSpeed Rail. “The Charlottesville area will receive about an extra million a year over that period. Virginia will also be competitive on several expanded transit and rail grant programs which could invest billions into our transportation network."All of Virginia’s Democratic Representatives in Congress voted for the bill, whereas all of Virginia’s Republican Representatives voted against it. But Biden said there was support from industry. “This law was supported by business groups — the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; the National Association of Manufacturers; the Business Roundtable, representing 200 of the largest corporations in America and other top businesses,” Biden said.Local governments are watching closely to see what the bill may mean for their bottom line. “Albemarle County will closely monitor avenues for local governments to apply for funding to advance our strategic infrastructure needs as guidance becomes available from the federal and state governments,” said Emily Kilroy, director of Communications and Public Engagement for Albemarle. You’re listening to Charlottesville Community Engagement. Time for another Patreon-fueled shout-out! Charlottesville 350 is the local chapter of a national organization that seeks to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. Charlottesville 350 uses online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions to oppose new coal, oil and gas projects, and build 100% clean energy solutions that work for all. To learn more about their most active campaigns, including a petition drive to the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank, visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/cville350A proposed rezoning requested by Greystar Development for about 36 acres of land off of Old Ivy Road will be slightly smaller than the 525 units requested in the first application, but it will still be fairly substantial. “Our current plan is to have about 490 units,” said Valerie Long, an attorney with Williams Mullen. “We’re still under 20 dwelling units per acre so well within the range that’s permitted. The Places29-Hydraulic Community Advisory Committee got a first look at the Old Ivy Residences project, which is currently not scheduled for a public hearing before the Planning Commission. (watch the meeting)The land is split between five parcels, with three of them already zoned for 15 units per acre. “R-15 residential zoning allows for basically any type of residential development whether its single family detached, single-family attached, or multifamily apartments,” said county planner Cameron Langille. One parcel allows for ten units per acre, and the other is currently zoned for one unit per acre. The application is to make them all R-15. A previous rezoning approved by the Board of Supervisors in 1985 has a condition that states that the Old Ivy Road corridor needs to have been upgraded to a certain performance level before development can begin. “The applicant is asking for us to evaluate that and make a recommendation as to whether corridor has been improved to that extent,” Langille said. The board also approved a rezoning in 1996 for one of the parcels that restricts certain uses. Langille said the applicant wants the Board to drop that condition. There’s also a request to disturb slopes which involves changing their classification from preserved to managed. The county’s Comprehensive Plan designated three of the parcels as urban density residential, which allows anywhere between 6 units and 36 units per acre. Land along the U.S. 250 Bypass is designated as parks space and currently is the home of a section of the Rivanna Trail. Greystar officials said that would continue. Staff has conducted one review and the developer is working through the various questions from staff. John Clarkson is a managing director with Greystar Development, a national developer with projects all across the United States of America. “There are opportunities in University towns that lack housing opportunities, very important housing opportunities to provide that level of affordability to make those communities sustainable over the long term,” Clarkson said. Dan Nickerson, a development senior associate with Greystar, is a graduate of the nearby Darden School.“The number one thing we love about this site is the natural landscape and we’ve done the best job we could and we think we’ve done a really good job preserving the landscape while enabling the density that the Comp Plan allows,” Nickerson said. Old Ivy Road is a two-lane road that has a one-way underpass near its eastern intersection with Ivy Road without a sidewalk or bike lane. The western intersection as well as a two-lane bridge over the bypass are also constraints. Long acknowledged that traffic congestion is an issue.“Obviously those issues are existing, have been growing and increasing over the past few decades, but Greystar is committed to continue looking at those challenges and collaborating with [the Virginia Department of Transportation] and the county planning staff as appropriate to work toward identifying solutions,” Long said. Long said Greystar would be willing to pay a “proportional amount” for some of those solutions. VDOT’s Six-Year Improvement program includes funds for a $3 million replacement of the bridge over U.S. 250, but the description currently states it will be built with no additional capacity. Preliminary engineering is underway now with construction scheduled for Fiscal Year 2024. Long said county officials have been able to at least carve out some improvements for the project.“They were able to include in that project design that there will be a pedestrian lane on the new bridge,” Long said. Members of the CAC and the public had the opportunity to ask questions and make comments. Sally Thomas served four terms on the Board of Supervisors and lives next door in the University Village apartment building. “We don’t oppose having neighbors and we are delighted that they are neighbors that care about the environment,” Thomas said. “We also do have a lovely old stand of trees, some over 100 years old, and we want to try to preserve and protect those.” Thomas said University Village wants to make sure there are pathways that safe and attractive and avoid the trees. Kathleen Jump of Huntington Village complex said she likes to walk, but said this section of Albemarle is landlocked with many obstacles for pedestrians. “The eastern bridge is a concern and the pedestrians at that end of Old Ivy Road put their lives in their hands when they cross under that bridge,” Jump said.Kevin McDermott is a chief of planning in Albemarle who specializes in transportation. “We have been evaluating both ends of Old Ivy Road as Valerie mentioned also, very recently, to try to see if there are options for improving them,” McDermott said. “Nothing has jumped out as an easy solution right now. Trying to expand that underpass is going to be extremely expensive.” McDermott said VDOT is working with a consultant to look at both ends of the road to come up with solutions, possibly to inform a Smart Scale application for next year. Taylor Ahlgren just moved into Huntington Village. He wants the development to do as much as it can to discourage vehicular travel. Here’s what he would like to see.“Supporting future residents to stay away from using a car and using alternative means of transportation,” Ahlgren said. The project currently does not have a public meeting scheduled with the Planning Commission. Stay tuned. Also nearby is the Ivy Garden complex, which the University of Virginia will be redeveloped as a mixed-use community. The UVA Buildings and Grounds Committee got a briefing on that project in June. Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. 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Coming off the worst loss of head coach Sean McDermott's tenure in Buffalo, the Buffalo Bills (5-3) look to break out of their offensive funk and get back in the win column when they take on the New York Jets (2-6) in Week 10. On the latest episode of the Billieve Podcast, hosts John Boccacino and Jamie D'Amico have everything you need to know as the Bills look to get right vs. the Jets. Among the topics discussed: After discussing the embarrassing loss to the Jaguars, we turn our attention to the Jets, who have the most porous defense in the NFL. How big of a boost will the return of offensive tackle Spencer Brown have on the offensive line? What Buffalo's much maligned offensive line needs to do to to open up holes and do a better job of protecting Josh Allen. Can Buffalo's ground game finally get on track, and how could Matt Breida be used to help spark the Bills efforts running the ball? The Bills love to use the run-pass option (fourth-highest usage in the NFL). But are the Bills and Josh Allen running too many plays out of the run-pass option, and could RPOs be hurting Buffalo's offense, especially in the red zone? Speaking of Allen, we saw him revert to "hero ball" Josh Allen vs. the Jets. Why taking on the Jets, who are banged up, especially in the secondary, could be the perfect elixir to get Allen and the offense going on Sunday. Mike White has enjoyed a Cinderella start to his NFL career, but we think the Bills defense will end that run and force plenty of turnovers. The Jets like to target their running backs out of the backfield. With Tremaine Edmunds sidelined, how will Matt Milano, A.J. Klein, and Tyrel Dodson take away the short passing game? After their effort and intensity was called out during the loss to the Jaguars, why we expect McDermott to have his team ready to go vs. the Jets. We close by giving our score predictions as Buffalo looks to defeat the Jets for the fourth time in the last five meetings. Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Following one of the most disappointing losses in the McDermott era, the Bills look to bounce back against the Jets. Our discussion will format a little different this week as we delve into the Bills more specifically rather than the opponent. Will the offensive line prevent this team from being a contender? What is needed to get back on track? What in the world is the Bills offensive Identity? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coldfrontreport/support
This week, we're wrapping up season 7 of 4Play with Chris McDermott. Listen in and play along! 4Play will be back in about a month! Here are today's clues: 1. Button, Island, Legend, Minor. 2. Knack, Pry, Bleed, Tackle. 3. Single, Square, Piece, Direction. 4. Family, Shoe, Palm, House.
Conor McDermott-Mostowy is a Team USA speed skater and a US National Champion. One of the biggest rising stars in his sport, Conor is hard at work training in hopes of competing in his first Olympics in February. In this conversation, Conor and Andrew go behind the scenes for a look at Conor's training process and explore how he's navigating all of the ups and downs that come with Olympic training. This conversation has lessons on taking breaks to manage burnout, staying focused on the tasks you can control, and sticking with ambitious goals even when you aren't seeing results. Show highlights:1:53 - Conor updates Andrew on the Olympic training process2:58 - Staying focused amid disappointing results3:45 - Detailed look at Olympic training schedule4:37 - Holistic training5:21 - Role of others in Conor's success6:22 - Navigating a competitive environment while lifting up those around you7:27 - Conor's start in speed skating as a child8:28 - Transition from short track to long track skating11:28 - Applying experiences from one skill to another14:50 - Taking a break to manage burnout16:54 - Returning to intense training routine after long hiatus20:32 - Setting ambitious goals and focusing on what you can control22:25 - Developing and improving specific skills23:12 - Sticking with a lofty goal even when you aren't seeing progress24:23 - Conor's plans for the months leading up to the 2022 Beijing Olympic GamesBe sure to subscribe & leave a review for the show in your favorite podcast app.Please tell your friends about Everybody Pulls The Tarp on social media and be sure to tag Andrew in your posts @andrewmoses123 (Instagram) and @andrewHmoses (Twitter).Follow Andrew on IG: @AndrewMoses123 and Twitter:@andrewhmosesSign up for e-mails to keep up with the podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter!
The Jacksonville Jaguars shock the Buffalo Bills in arguably biggest upset of the NFL season so far. ESPN Buffalo Bills reporter Alaina Getzenberg @agetzenberg joins the show to discuss what went wrong for the Bills. Did the Bills Offensive Line collapse? Was it the Play calling? Or did Josh Allen's turnovers allow Jacksonville to shock the Buffalo Bills. Tune in to find out. #Joshallen #Buffalobills
Jordan and Matt sit down with Creighton men's basketball coach Greg McDermott to get his view of the team before the Bluejays open the season on November 9th against Arkansas Pine-Bluff.
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Greg McDermott Creighton Basketball Team Preview! Nick gives his thoughts on the 2021-2022 Bluejays and chats with Creighton Head Coach Greg McDermott. Subscribe, rate, and review my podcast wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss an episode! Also follow up on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter OR NickBahe.com A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com. #NickBahePodcast #CollegeBasketball #Huskers #Creighton #GoJays #NebraskaBall #GBR
Join us this month as we welcome back to our CCAirwaves studio, Becky (Verner) McDermott of Becky Verner Yoga. In addition to being the owner of Becky Verner Yoga, she is also the Outreach Specialist and Program Coordinator at Joel's Place for Children. During this episode, Becky leads us in a breathwork and meditation session which is an excerpt from her Grief Yoga program “Yoga to Remember”. November, the month where we remember our deceased loved ones on All Souls Day, is also known as Childhood Grief Awareness month. November 18th is specifically National Childhood Grief Awareness Day, and in order to promote awareness for this special cause, we have recorded two podcast episodes with Joel's Place for Children. Joel's Place for Children was founded in 2003 by Kathy Stellato, R.N. and Mary Willhite, L.S.W. After working together, Kathy and Mary decided to create a non-profit that would meet the needs of children and their families who had experienced the death of a loved one. The two extensively studied the nationally recognized Dougy Center of Portland, Oregon, and the teachings of Dr. Alan Wolfelt, founder of the Center for Loss & Life Transition. After obtaining advanced bereavement facilitator certificates, they felt ready to provide their services to grieving children and their families.Joel's Place operates "on the belief that it is helpful and healing for grieving children and their families to share their stories, memories, experiences, thoughts and feelings with other grieving children and families. Joel's Place offers an ongoing grief support program in the Greater Cleveland area. These services are provided free of charge."We hope you enjoy this episode and invite you to share it with anyone who could benefit from a relaxing and healing meditation.For more information on Joel's Place for Children, please visit www.joelsplaceforchildren.org. To learn more about Becky Verner Yoga, please visit www.beckyverneryoga.com.Feel free to contact me, Kathy McKiernan, Marketing and Communications Manager at Catholic Cemeteries Association at email@example.com. I welcome your comments or feedback on our CCAirwaves podcasts. Catholic Cemeteries Association looks forward to bringing relevant and important topics of interest to our listeners as we continually improve our bereavement support offerings.
Join the Hoof Live as we talk about the Buffalo Bills win over the Miami Dolphins and other topics around the league from a great weekend of NFL Football. Today is the NFL Trade deadline so we will be giving you the latest news around the league.
This week, we tackle the interior OL options, AFC contenders' remaining schedules, the defensive line decisions, and a listener calls Sean McDermott a wimp (or something close to it). To have your Bills questions answered on the next podcast, you can call 24/7 and leave your questions at 716-508-0405, email us at BuffaloRumblings@SBnation.com, tweet us at @RumblingsQandA, send us Facebook or Instagram messages, or leave your comments in the show notes article on the website. Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone | YouTube Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! If you like our show, tell a friend and spread the word! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Last week left us wondering, but Bobby's Peepaw definitely took a bite out of Lauren. Her bite and McDermott's situation have us curious about the rules of this undead universe. Cam and Lauren manage to come up with an idea that saves them and most of the funeral attendees from becoming lunch. There was that one guy but he kinda had it coming after opening that cold locker after they him to leave it alone. The dead are on their feet and he wants to check to see what's knocking inside the meat lockers at a funeral home? Oh no. Just no, Dale. Bad idea all around. Hit play and listen in as Brad and Cort Ep 1x02, “Chum”. Jai gets his first look at Mawinhaken's new reality and his wedding to Amy takes a drop on his list of concerns. Elsewhere, it's “Weekend at Bernie's” time as Paul, Trey, and Nicole try to cover-up an accidental murder.
Alonzo nos cuenta un poco de lo vivido en Nissan Stadium en el magnífico MNF entre Titans y Bills. Junto a Bruno, debaten si la decisión de McDermott de jugársela en cuarto down fue la acertada. También tocan el tema de la Crema, donde Baltimore y Dallas se hacen presentes.
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Gwen Wright, Democratic candidate for Rensselaer County Executive, spoke with HMM political & public affairs correspondent Corinne Carey about her priorities; where she stands on some of the issues facing the county; why voters from every party should consider voting for her; and what brings her joy. This interview is part of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine's Election Watch 2021 series of interviews with candidates for local office. Our correspondent reached out several times to Wright's opponents, current county executive Steve McLaughlin, and Sara McDermott, who is running on the Working Families Party line for the seat, but neither McLaughlin nor McDermott responded to repeated requests for an interview.
McDermott+Consulting Vice President has nearly 25 years of experience in the health policy arena, having spent more than two decades as a staff member on Capitol Hill before moving into health policy consulting. On this episode of In the Trenches, McDermott partner and program host Brian Stimson sits down with Rodney to discuss: Insights from Rodney's time on Capitol Hill, from the Republican takeover of Congress in 1994 to the Obama administration in the 2010s Lessons learned from the successes and failures of both parties on big health policy matters The value of listening, political shifts in the US and the state of health policymaking in Congress today Key health policy priorities for the current administration and Congress Insights into reconciliation efforts and critical policy changes with telehealth and Medicare Additional Resources:
Time for a new Patreon-fueled shout-out:Charlottesville 350 is the local chapter of a national organization that seeks to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. Charlottesville 350 uses online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions to oppose new coal, oil and gas projects, and build 100% clean energy solutions that work for all. To learn more about their most active campaigns, including a petition drive to the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank, visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/cville350On today’s show:The Charlottesville City Council and the Planning Commission spend two hours asking questions about the Comprehensive Plan in advance of tonight’s public hearingAlbemarle’s Board of Supervisors gets an update on transportation projectsA new tenant signs on for a new office building in downtown CharlottesvilleThe summer and September COVID surge in Virginia continues to wane, but community spread continues. The seven-day percent positive rate has dropped to 7.8 percent and the seven-day average is 2,443. In the Blue Ridge Health District, there are 205 new cases reported and the percent positive rate is 5.8 percent. There have been eight more fatalities reported since October 4. The Blue Ridge Health District will have a town hall on October 13 and one of the topics will be vaccination in pregnant people. Register in advance. Today is the last day to register to vote in the November 2 election, which is three weeks from today. Local registrars will take in-person registrations through 5 p.m. Registrations submitted via mail must be postmarked with today’s date in order to be accepted. You can also register online up until 11:59 p.m. You will need an ID issued by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles in order to register in that fashion. (Department of Elections online portal)The last day to request a mail-in ballot is October 22. The last day to vote early in-person is October 30. Charlottesville’s Office of Voter Registration will have additional hours on October 23 and October 30. There are several makeshift memorials to people who died in crashes on 5th Street Extended in Charlottesville. Yesterday, a city-sanctioned memorial to Quintus Brooks was unveiled with a family ceremony. Brooks died on October 1, 2020 and yesterday would have been his birthday. “A new application process is being launched for roadside memorials at the site of deaths resulting from automobile, bicycle or pedestrian accidents that occur on public streets within the City of Charlottesville,” said city Communications Director Brian Wheeler in an email announcing the event. Charlottesville has hired a Nevada firm to provide pest control services in two prominent locations. In September, the city sent out a request for proposals for a firm to provide pest suppression for the 135,000 square feet of the Downtown Mall and the 30,000 square feet of the Corner. “The Contractor will be responsible to provide a program to control rodents such as, but not limited to, rats, mice, squirrels, snakes, all insects (roaches, flies, bees, ants – including fire ants, cockroaches, moths, crickets, silverfish, all spiders, termites),” reads the proposal.Pestmaster Services has been awarded the contract. These areas include outdoor dining spaces, including locations where tables are set up near tree wells. Another tenant has been announced for the new 3-Twenty-3 building in downtown Charlottesville. General Atomics Commonwealth Computer Research will lease just under 50,000 square feet in the building.“With projects ranging from optimizing the world’s largest container port to predicting future asymmetric warfare events, CCRi has no shortage of experience in diverse client expectations,” reads a description of the company on their website. The 3-Twenty-3 building is being developed by Insite Properties and marketed by Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer. A press release describes the building as a five-story office building on top of a four-story, 200 space parking garage. There’s about 27,000 square feet left to be leased in the 120,000 square foot structure, according to leasing agent John Pritzlaff. McGuireWoods and Manchester Capital are already in their spaces, and Williams Mullen is starting building out now. Tonight, the seven-member Charlottesville Planning Commission and the five-member Charlottesville City Council will hold a public hearing on the Comprehensive Plan, the second task performed by Rhodeside & Harwell as part of the Cville Plans Together initiative. That includes a Future Land Use Map which increases residential density across most of the city. Yesterday, the elected body and the appointed body spent two hours asking questions about the plan. Councilor Lloyd Snook went first. “A common criticism which I personally believe to be based on ignorance… is that the Future Land Use Map and the suggestions of higher density have not taken into account either… the effect of the University of Virginia, the effect of the student population, and the distorting effect on the poverty data for the student population,” Snook said. Jennifer Koch with Rhodeside & Harwell said her team began their work based of a housing needs assessment conducted in 2018 by the Form-Based Code Institute and Partners for Economic Solutions. (download)“There was a fairly robust discussion in that document about how students may or may not play into various impacts on affordability in the city,” Koch said. “The other way we are looking to include considerations for students in this plan is in looking at potential intensity near UVA, for example Jefferson Park Avenue, Fontaine Avenue area. We’ve included additional intensity in those areas and we’ve included a discussion of potential intensity in those areas as we move through zoning.”The first step in the Cville Plans Together initiative was adoption of an affordable housing plan. The next step after adoption of the Comprehensive Plan will be a rewrite of the zoning code. The University of Virginia is working on an initiative to identify space on land it or its real estate foundation owns to build up to 1,500 below-market units. In September, a top official at UVA told the Central Virginia Regional Housing Partnership that the work is slightly behind schedule. (UVA housing initiative website)Other topics at the two-hour meeting included assumptions about population growth and the links between increased density and affordability requirements. Watch the whole thing in advance of tonight’s hearing, which begins at 6 p.m. (watch)And time for another Patreon-fueled shout-out:Fall is here, and with it, more moderate temperatures. While your HVAC takes a break, now is the perfect time to prepare for the cooler months. Your local energy nonprofit, LEAP, wants you and yours to keep comfortable all year round! LEAP offers FREE home weatherization to income- and age-qualifying residents, so, if you’re age 60 or older, or have an annual household income of less than $74,950, you may qualify for a free energy assessment and home energy improvements such as insulation and air sealing. Sign up today to lower your energy bills, increase comfort, and reduce energy waste at home!At their meeting Wednesday afternoon, the Albemarle Board of Supervisors will get an update on the Rio Corridor Study, an effort to reshape the public realm along Rio Road on stretches of the roadway in Albemarle’s Places29-Rio growth area. Opponents of recent rezoning applications in the area cited transportation concerns for why the Board of Supervisors should vote against more intense residential density. But last week, they got an update on other transportation projects from Kevin McDermott, a planning manager in Albemarle. Though the applications aren’t due until next summer, work is underway for the next round of Smart Scale projects. (Albemarle transportation report)Right now the top candidates that the Charlottesville-Albemarle Metropolitan Planning Organization might submit are: A roundabout at District Avenue and Hydraulic Road Avon Street Corridor Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements between Druid Avenue and Avon Street park and ride5th Street Extended multimodal improvements between the future (and funded) 5th Street Trail Hub to Harris RoadRivanna River Bike and Pedestrian bridge from South Pantops Boulevard to the Woolen Mills area Right now the possible candidates Albemarle County might submit in the 5th Smart Scale round are: Avon Street Extended multimodal improvements from Mill Creek to Peregory Lane 5th Street Extended bicycle and pedestrian improvements between Albemarle Business Campus and the Southwood community U.S. 250 corridor improvements between Peter Jefferson Place and Hansen Road U.S. 250 / Route 22 / Milton Drive intersection improvements Belvedere Boulevard / Rio Road improvements Hillsdale Drive extension and realignment from Mall Drive to Rio Road U.S. 250 West interchange with U.S. 29 / 250 bypassU.S. 250 West and Crozet Avenue intersection improvements Albemarle has recently turned in an application for VDOT Revenue-Sharing Funds for Eastern Avenue South, a project that has been in Crozet Master Plan since it was adopted. “That goes from the Westhall area, across Lickinghole Creek, to Cory Farms, and connects to U.S. 250,” McDermott said. In most cases, it takes several years for transportation projects to go from project approval to construction. A project to upgrade the intersection of U.S. 250 and Virginia Route 20 at Pantops was funded in 2018. “They are currently in design for that and we will hopefully be seeing some construction out there in about two years or so,” McDermott said. Another VDOT revenue-sharing project is to extend Berkmar Drive to Lewis and Clark Drive, which would complete a north-south roadway parallel to U.S. 29 from Fashion Square Mall to the University of Virginia’ North Fork Research Park. “We’ve got a lot of economic development going on up there, a lot of new development also,” McDermott said. “This would also provide that parallel facility to U.S. 29 so it can take some of that traffic off of 29 and remove it from some of those intersections that are experiencing some delays like Airport Road and U.S. 250.”McDermott said construction of that project is expected for 2025. Supervisor Donna Price of the Scottsville District noted the length of the report as well as its detail.“I really appreciate the way you explain some of these so that it differentiates between a study and a proposal,” Price said. “We get a lot of communications from people in the community that are to the effect of ‘I can’t believe you’re even considering’ [a project],” Price said. “But when you’re looking at transportation, if you don’t look at the various options, then you’re really going in with a narrow-minded approach. We appreciate your wide approach of looking at all of the different possibilities before narrowing down what really appears to be the best course of action.”Special announcement! Today’s the first day of a new promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. 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In Spurscast episode 632, Spurscast host Paul Garcia and Project Spurs writer Stephen Michael discuss the latest San Antonio Spurs topics: Rotations, the offense, and defense in the first two preseason games Observations on some players Notes and roster updates Rotations In the first preseason game against Utah, Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich used a starting lineup of Dejounte Murray, Derrick White, Keldon Johnson, Doug McDermott, and Jakob Poeltl. Off the bench, he staggered the minutes of Murray and White, then had Bryn Forbes, Lonnie Walker IV, Devin Vassell, and Drew Eubanks as the second unit. Stephen and I discuss if Murray and White will have their minutes staggered during the season to make sure one of them is always on the floor, or if this was because Tre Jones was out due to injury for the first two preseason games. The Offense and Defense In their first two preseason games, the Spurs are starting to get closer to modern basketball with an increase in 3-point volume and decrease in mid-range attempts. Here are some early numbers from the Spurs' first preseason games and last season: % of shots in paint: 49% today vs 49% last season % of shots from three: 37% today vs 31% last season % of shots from mid-range: 14% today vs 20% last season While it's only been two preseason games, the shot selection of the team is something to keep an eye on considering the difference in 3-point scoring was the main weakness last season for the team. The Spurs' goal of playing faster was present in the game against Utah, but that wasn't the case against Detroit with Murray out and new players in the lineups. Stephen and I have a conversation about the pace and some of the offensive and defensive numbers the team is showing in preseason. Individual Player Observations Some players discussed in the episode from the preseason are Murray, Johnson, McDermott, Forbes, Walker IV, Eubanks, Vassell, Jock Landale, Josh Primo, and Luka Samanic. Notes and Roster Updates Zach Collins' return to the court is discussed, as well as some roster updates the Spurs made and will be making with regards to the Austin Spurs. A Thaddeus Young-Phoenix Suns trade rumor is also explored in the episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we're back to our true crime roots so fair warning it's pretty dark, especially when Jack talks about the death of Elyse Pahler. Sami talks about the story of Diane McDermott and how her son, 44 years after her death, finally gave closure to her death. Also you get to find out about how dexterous Sami's toes are! Have fun!
Were are going back to the mid-80s with this case. 1985. Police Academy 2 was a box office smash and holding on to number 1 at the box office for 4 weeks and We Are The World by USA for Africa was the number 1 song. Coca-Cola released New Coke and women's hair was as high as a stockbroker on Wall Street.Stephen Eldridge 27year old and 37 years old Maureen “Miki” McDermott were pretty much inseparable from the night they met through mutual friends at a gay bar called In Touch Lounge in Van Nuys, California. Miki was about 10 years older than Stephen but they both were gregarious people and loved being the center of attention. They were great friends. Well...at least one of them thought so.Join Cam and Jen as we talk about Stephen and Miki in From Debt to Death Row.Big thanks to these amazing menEdward "The Voice" October from OctoberpodVHS brings you the Listener Discretion.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZQk-oAsjZNG18y8bX24c6wProducer Nico "Neeks" Vettese does all of OTCP's music, sound, and editing.wetalkofdreams.comSources:https://caselaw.findlaw.com/ca-supreme-court/1465157.htmlhttps://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1990-06-09-me-660-story.htmlhttps://khmezek.com/2021/02/14/the-man-who-saved-monsters/https://khmezek.com/2012/12/04/a-dangerous-woman-2/https://www.upi.com/Archives/1990/06/08/Nurse-sentenced-to-die-for-1985-slaying/8974644817600/http://www.cncpunishment.com/forums/showthread.php?730-Maureen-McDermott-California-Death-Rowhttps://lethalladies.blogspot.com/2019/10/maureen-miki-mcdermott-hunger-for-cash.htmlhttp://www.metnews.com/articles/2020/mader010720.htmhttps://murderpedia.org/female.M/m/mcdermott-maureen.htmhttps://mycrimelibrary.com/maureen-mcdermott-women-on-death-row/https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/State-s-top-court-upholds-woman-s-death-sentence-2811405.phphttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt2812808/https://deadlywomen.fandom.com/wiki/Hunger_for_Cash
This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, Tim is with an outstanding CEO who's making a difference in society through his company. Glen McDermott is the founder and CEO of Red Rock branding. Glen grew up in Australia and spent a lot of time in the outback, especially on anything that had two wheels. After your studies in Australia, he served on the marketing teams for Australia's Country Road, Metro in Singapore, The Limited in the US, and other Fortune 500 companies. Then, he formed Red Rock Branding, which takes the corporate world's best marketing practices and applies them to non-profits, health and wellness initiatives, and small and midsize businesses. Tim and Glen talk about what purposeful work really looks like and suggestions on where someone can start to be the change that they want to see in their company. So, tune in now and learn more helpful wisdom as we aim to upgrade the operating system called Capitalism. Quotes: “You can actually do anything you put your mind to as long as you have fun doing it.” - Glen McDermott “The extractive, sort of exploitative consumerism capitalism is not sustainable.” - Glen McDermott “As soon as those values can align with your professional life, the better human being you become.” - Glen McDermott Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/ https://powermindsetprogram.com https://redrockbranding.com/ Show Notes: [00:30] Greetings and introduction of Glen McDermott [01:36] Glen's travel experiences that have transformed him [04:23] Glen's 3 core beliefs to what they're doing in Red Rock [06:45] Working with prestigious organizations [08:57] What does purposeful work look like [11:01] Upgrading the operating system called Capitalism [14:43] The portrayal of people still not caring about the planet so that they can make more profit [19:55] Helping people get past the resistance against conscious capitalism movement [27:21] The power in the collaborative model [28:31] Businesses don't need a lot of vastly complex marketing and branding campaigns when your message and your actions are simple, aligned, and authentic [33:51] Suggestions on where someone can start to be the change that they want to see in their company [37:16] Defining the purpose of what you're doing Make Your Day Mesmerizing
Have you ever asked any of the following questions of yourself? Who am I? What does my Creator want for me? How do I handle disappointments when things don't work out my way? What do I want to accomplish before I die? How will I create the life I want? I will share how to dive deeper within you, so you can respond to those questions, take action, or better yet, take responsibility.
The Buffalo Bills are 2-1 after dismantling the Washington Football Team on Sunday. The Hoof Live will discuss their top 3 takeaways from Sundays game and well as Josh Allen's huge day. Then its on to Houston Texans for the week 4 preview of the Buffalo Bills vs Houston Texans is there anyway the Houston Texans can upset the Bills in Buffalo.
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Marty Solomon and Brent Billings follow up on listener feedback from the episode with Jen Rosner before exploring the final three chapters of Understanding the Jewish Roots of Christianity, discussing the Jewish character of the Church and puzzling through what difference it makes to our lives as Christians.Understanding the Jewish Roots of Christianity by Gerald McDermottThe Rise and Fall of Mars Hill — Christianity TodayMark S. KinzerArchbishop Foley Beach at the Anglican Church in North AmericaGerald R. McDermott at Samford UniversityJoin the BEMA Slack
In conversation with Danielle Evans Pulling the delicate threads of ''fear and vulnerability, joy and passion, the capacity for love and pain and grief'' (The Washington Post), Alice McDermott's fictional narratives explore intersecting stories of familial love, Irish American culture and assimilation, and the lessons of adulthood. Her novels include Someone; Charming Billy, winner of the 1998 National Book Award; That Night; At Weddings and Wakes; and After This, all of which were finalists for the Pulitzer Prize. For more than 20 years McDermott was the Richard A. Macksey Professor of the Humanities at Johns Hopkins University and on the Sewanee Writers Conference faculty. She has contributed writing to The New Yorker, Harper's Magazine, and The New York Times, among many other periodicals. In What About the Baby?, McDermott shares a collection of essays inspired from a lifetime of reading, writing, and teaching literature. Danielle Evans is the author of the story collections The Office of Historical Corrections and Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self, winner of the PEN America PEN/Robert W. Bingham prize, the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award, and the Paterson Prize, and a National Book Foundation 5 under 35 selection. She teaches in The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University. (recorded 9/20/2021)
Colton kicks off the show with “The Breakdown” presented by O'Neills by covering an American Raptor on the HSBC Sevens Circuit, the American Raptors roster, USA Rugby's big win, and all of the rugby you can watch this weekend (0:00-11:16). Following “The Breakdown”, Colton talks with American Raptors No. 8 Casey McDermott-Vai about the feeling around the team, the new blend of players, and the Raptors upcoming match against Utah Club Rugby (11:18-26:29). Following the interview, Colton closes the show with “The Loop” (26:31-27:41). Follow along on Twitter: @DNVR_Rugby
The Bills lose to the Steelers in Week 1. The Bills received a hard dose of reality in terms of being the hunted. In a tough loss to the Steelers The Hoof Live looks to discuss some of the latest narratives and headlines from week 1 and a preview of what to expect in Week 2.
The Hoof Podcast friday show is back to get you ready for week 1. Sterling and Anthony take a deep dive into the Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers matchup as well as Anthony's five for five picks of the week and final predictions for this years division winners.
On this episode of #ThePlaybook, Rod McDermott, CEO of McDermott + Bull and Activate 180, discusses: [3:26] - How fostering employee engagement is similar to adding rocket fuel to your business [5:28] - Why having coaching systems in place for all of your employees (and not just executives) leads to improved performance [8:22] - The true cost of not encouraging your employees to pursue their goals [19:02] - Why you should focus on talent and never hire people who simply fit a job's current role Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today we welcome Tina McDermott to Health Coach Radio. Tina is both a chef and a health coach who helps her clients with all aspects of their mental and physical health. She calls herself "The Lazy Inspirational Chef" and teaches her clients that anyone can make delicious food easily. Tina's health coaching business has grown to include weight loss coaching, corporate wellness, speaking engagements, cooking classes, and more. During this conversation, we dove into her health coaching journey and her inspiration as a coach, the idea of overcoming imposter syndrome, taking control of your life and your calendar, outsourcing the aspects of your business that you don't enjoy, and her client application process. Tina has been at this coaching thing for quite some time and we found this conversation both fun and energetic. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did! To learn how to become a health coach or to up-level your skills and credentials as a health coach, visit primalhealthcoach.com.
In today's episode with Dr. Nikolaus von Jacobs, Partner at McDermott Will & Emery you will learn1. The slow transformation of the legal industry from traditional reputation-based business to the use of marketing and sales.2. How Nik developed the highly regarded MuMAC and successfully adapted its model to the circumstances of the pandemic3. A step-by-step guide on how to efficiently build your own conference from scratchAbout NikNik's great passion is driving deals, where in his role as Partner at McDermott Will & Emery he usually, as a first step, takes on the role of a matchmaker by presenting deal opportunities to interested parties. He has considerable expertise in private equity, M&A, venture capital, China outbound & inbound, among others. In addition, Nik is very keen to connect people and co-chairs McDermott's annual cross-border M&A conference "MuMAC", which brings together international M&A and PE professionals in Munich every September. Additionally, Nik has been recognized numerous times, for example as Leading Lawyer for Corporate Law by the Handelsblatt in their Best Lawyers 2021 Germany Ranking. In his spare time, he sees his true vocation in spending a lot of time with his family, and he has a great weakness for books.About McDermott Will & EmeryMcDermott Will & Emery is an international law firm with a diversified business practice headquartered in Chicago, USA, with revenues exceeding $1 billion. The firm partners with leaders around the world to advance missions, transcend boundaries and shape markets. With more than 20 locations worldwide, McDermotts' team works seamlessly across practices, industries and geographies to deliver highly effective - and often unexpected - solutions that drive success. The more than 1,200 attorneys bring their personal passion and legal skills to bear on every matter for their clients and the people they serve.About the host SammySammy is Managing Partner and founder of SAWOO. SAWOO helps companies with Social Marketing and Lead Generation to leverage the power of LinkedIn in a sustainable way. No spam, no bots, but building real Human 2 Human connections between you and your B2B buyers.Shownotes Find Nik on LinkedIn(https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-nikolaus-von-jacobs/)Nik's company McDermott Will & Emery (https://www.mwe.com/)McDermott's annual cross-border M&A conference MuMAC(https://mumac-conference.com/)Nik's favorite business book: Monkey Business by John Rolfe and Peter Troob(https://www.amazon.com/-/de/dp/0446525561/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1629784969&sr=1-1)Nik's favorite business leader: Ray Dalio, Co-Chief Investment Officer & Chairman of Bridgewater Associates, L.P.(https://www.linkedin.com/in/raydalio/)
Links/Guest Contact Info/Freebies: Get YOUR copy of the Rock Bottom Thyroid Treatment: https://www.rockbottomwellness.com/book Get your free 7 Day Eating plan here: https://www.rockbottomwellness.com/7-day-eating-plan Facebook Group - Nutrition for Thyroid Health https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritionforthyroidhealth/ Schedule your FREE Thyroid Breakthrough Session today by clicking here: https://p.bttr.to/3jtRIgI SUPPLEMENT STORE: https://rockbottomwellness.ehealthpro.com/ TINA MCDERMOTT has been working in the health and wellness industry for almost 20 years. She was born to help people through health and wellness and exercise and there is nothing more than she would like to do with her life. Tina's goal is to reach out to as many people as humanly possible through health, wellness and exercise to help make this world a better place. She also specializes in helping people with their emotional issues of eating and an expert at helping you lose weight and also teaches exercise and nutrition on a one on one basis, in small groups as well as in corporations. "I spent most of my life struggling with digestive issues – I didn't understand that the embarrassing gas, bloating, constipation, and yo-yo weight gain/loss all were interconnected. I had these issues since I was a teenager and thought that it was just ‘the way it is', and that I had to live with it. Flash forward to my 30's. I learned that I had Lyme disease, which had gone undetected for years and wreaked havoc on my body. It took me years to finally figure out the way in which to be symptom-free. I now manage my wellness and weight naturally through food, fitness, and the right supplements. My personal mission is to teach women about natural health and wellness, and how to live a healthier and happier life. In my own journey to joyfulness, I have also discovered powerful methods of releasing self-sabotaging beliefs and teaching others how to come to peace with them." GUEST CONTACT: Get your Joyful Gut Reboot Guide at https://tinamcdermott.com/joyful-gut/ Tina's Cooking Show on YouTube: Tina's Joyful Kitchen
Steve and Sean ready a USER-SUBMITTED EMAIL!!! So fun, so good, so tighty-whiteys. They are then joined by Jack McDermott and Ethan Gomez Zahnley, director of Satan's Servant! They chat about making a feature film as 18, how to collaborate as directors, raising money and building a feature film from scratch, and where they both started as horror fans! Steve, Sean, Jack, and Ethan then choose their Top-3 Horror Characters That Would Be The Worst Roommates! Clean up after yourself, ugh!
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The Hoof Live Will Be Joined By Greg Tompsett of Cover 1 to Discuss Which Players Are Critical For The 21' Bills Super Bowl Run This Season. We Will Also Be Discussing Last Weeks Matchup Against The Lions And Much More!
In this episode, (8:45) Austin gives his "Stat of the Day", (12:15) Next, Jack and Austin discuss recent Pacers news including the NBA Draft, Aaron Holiday, what Torrey Craig can bring to the Pacers, McConnell and McDermott's raises, Summer League, Lance Stephenson's potential comeback, and more! Remember to follow us on Instagram at @All.Pacers and Twitter at @All_Pacers and leave a review for us on your preferred podcast listening platform. We are the MOST REVIEWED Pacers Podcast on iTunes, so thanks for all of the support along the way!