A massive list of things to discuss on todays show. Among them:-Cade Mcnamara transferring to Iowa-Numerous Hawkeyes enter the portal-Iowa will face Kentucky in the Music City Bowl-Recap of Championship Weekend-The CFP teams-Tyler Barnes on TwitterAnd, a whole lot more
* Breaking News * Trent Condon reacts to the news that Cade McNamara has committed to the Iowa Hawkeyes football program. What does it mean for Iowa? And who are the receivers that are going to help him out? We talk about some potential transfers that will join McNamara in Iowa City. Also a look at the Iowa women's basketball team taking anoher loss even with Caitlin Clark scoring 45 points for Bluder's Bunch. And a quick look at the Iowa/Iowa State wrestling dual coming up on Sunday. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Upside Download the FREE Upside App at https://upside.app.link/locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Omaha Steaks Omaha Steaks is a gift from the heart – a gift that will be remembered with every unforgettable bite. Order with complete confidence today knowing you're ordering the very best. Visit OmahaSteaks.com use promo code LOCKEDON at checkout to get that EXTRA $30 OFF your order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rumors are heating up about Miami Hurricanes offensive coordinator Josh Gattis possibly departing for another job. He is now being linked to Iowa, where former Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara is transferring. Gattis and McNamara worked together with the Wolverines in 2021 when Michigan qualified for the college football playoff. Are the Iowa links real, or just rumors at this point? If Gattis exits, should Miami promote QB coach Frank Ponce or should they try to make a bigger splash with someone like Scott Frost or Dan Mullen? Would former UNLV head coach Marcus Arroyo be a possibility? Arroyo was OC at Oregon under Cristobal through 2019. Host Alex Donno breaks down the Gattis buzz and also details the recent news that both Miami quarterbacks Tyler Van Dyke and Jake Garcia will NOT be entering the transfer portal. You can expect Jacurri Brown to stay put, too, with Emory Williams arriving as a true freshman in 2023. Donno points out the fact that just because both are staying put now does not necessarily mean either will not enter the portal later. There is another transfer portal window after spring football in May. Donno predicts that 4-star EDGE Rueben Bain from Miami Central will likely pick the Miami Hurricanes this month when he announces his verbal commitment. Donno discusses the latest recruiting buzz on 5-star QB Dante Moore and 5-star safety Derek Williams. We also take a look at the slate of conference championship games this weekend and the betting odds from BetOnline. Donno likes Clemson to cover -7.5 against UNC and USC to cover -2.5 against Utah. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Upside Download the FREE Upside App at https://upside.app.link/locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Omaha Steaks Omaha Steaks is a gift from the heart – a gift that will be remembered with every unforgettable bite. Order with complete confidence today knowing you're ordering the very best. Visit OmahaSteaks.com use promo code LOCKEDON at checkout to get that EXTRA $30 OFF your order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jon Miller reacts to Iowa's big addition on the transfer trail, via Michigan transfer Cade McNamara. Chris Williams joins Miller to break down the situation, plus discuss Keegan Johnson's transfer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Some huge, huge offseason news broke on Thursday night when former Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara announced that he would be committing to the Iowa Hawkeyes. HawkeyeInsider subscribers were hinted at this news earlier in the week, but McNamara made it official on Thursday. David Eickholt and Sean Bock team up to analyze what this means for Iowa, why it was so significant to make a change this early in the offseason, if it could have a ripple effect and much, much more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Episode 82 of “The Trusted Advisor,” the RSPA's Jim Roddy talks sales best practices with Darcie McNamara, Strategic Partner Specialist at Datacap Systems, and James Gribbin, Account Manager with Metropolitan Sales. McNamara and Gribbin offer advice and anecdotes about accelerating a sales cycle, how to persist during a long sales cycle, and how sales professionals can improve their communication skills. “The Trusted Advisor,” powered by the Retail Solutions Providers Association (RSPA), is an award-winning content series designed specifically for retail IT VARs and software developers. Our goal is to educate you on the topics of leadership, management, hiring, sales, and other small business best practices. For more insights, visit the RSPA blog at www.GoRSPA.org. The RSPA is North America's largest community of VARs, software developers, vendors, and distributors in the retail, restaurant, grocery, and cannabis verticals. The mission of the RSPA is to accelerate the success of its members in the retail technology ecosystem by providing knowledge and connections. The organization offers education, hotlines for legal, security, sales, and business advice, industry advocacy, and discounts on other services to assist members with becoming and remaining successful. RSPA is most well-known for its signature events, RetailNOW and Inspire, which provide face-to-face learning and networking opportunities. Learn more by visiting www.GoRSPA.org.
Today on the Logan Blackman Show we celebrate the United States Men's National Team beating Iran 1-0 to advance to the knockout stage, only the second time the USMNT has won the final game of the group stage. We go over what the USMNT have done well so far this tournament and what they need to potentially improve on before their match-up with the Netherlands. With that, we provide a quick notes preview of the Dutch national team, going over their recent matches and discuss whether or not the United States could pull off the upset. We then go on to take another Sporcle quiz, this time we try to name all 23 players from the USMNT's 2010 World Cup squad, where the team finished top of their group before falling to Ghana in the knockout stage 2-1. We then discuss those super cool people who always want to make it known that they don't like soccer, while watching it, and go over some sports that are actually much more boring than soccer. Speaking of boring, we turn our attention to the Iowa football program, and discuss the possibility of them landing former Michigan starting quarterback Cade McNamara, and look at what Alex Padilla entering the transfer portal does for those odds. Finally, we discuss a recent tweet Lamar Jackson made that got weirdly labeled by ESPN as well as look at a top offensive line prospect who announced he's not declaring for the 2023 NFL Draft. Enjoy!
The Miami Hurricanes have received a 247 Crystal Ball to flip defensive line recruit Joshua Horton from Fairburn, Georgia. He is a current North Carolina commit. Horton is 6-4, 290 lbs and recorded 105 tackles as a high school senior. There is also growing buzz that Mario Cristobal could reunite with a receiver he recruited to Oregon. Dont'e Thornton, who just finished his second year with the Ducks, has entered the portal. Thornton is 6-5, 200 lbs and played in all 14 games for Cristobal in 2021 as a freshman. Host Alex Donno discusses the latest buzz concerning Miami's recruiting efforts and potential coaching vacancies. Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara has entered the portal. Donno explains that he only sees Cade as an option if OC Josh Gattis is retained and if Tyler Van Dyke decides to transfer. McNamara played under Gattis in 2021 at Michigan, when the Wolverines reached the College Football Playoff. Former Miami OC and current Texas A&M tight ends coach James Coley is being rumored for a possible Miami return. Donno thinks it could be as a position coach, not as Miami's OC. Coley is an excellent recruiter with South Florida roots. Could 5-star quarterback Dante Moore be a potential flip candidate? There are rumors about him potentially decommitting from the Oregon Ducks. If Miami does look for a new offensive coordinator, who would our top choice be? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Upside Download the FREE Upside App at https://upside.app.link/locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Omaha Steaks Omaha Steaks is a gift from the heart – a gift that will be remembered with every unforgettable bite. Order with complete confidence today knowing you're ordering the very best. Visit OmahaSteaks.com use promo code LOCKEDON at checkout to get that EXTRA $30 OFF your order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After losing the starting job earlier in the season, Cade McNamara has elected to hit the transfer portal. We discuss the decision, his legacy and Michigan and the impact it might have on the QB depth chart. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Huge news on Monday morning as it was reported that Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal. The early word is that Iowa could be a major player in this recruitment. HawkeyeInsider's David Eickholt and Sean Bock team up to discuss how McNamara might fit in Iowa City, what the early buzz is, why getting McNamara early in the process would help jump-start the offseason and much more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Rick speaks with Shelia Scarborough from Tourism Currents and Dianne McNamara from Go RVing. If you're a content creator and would like to work with Go RVing, you can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org This episode of Travel Matters was recorded at TBEX Lafayette and hosted by TBEX CEO Rick Calvert and The Radio Vagabond, Palle Bo.
Do you have a thing for reading True Crime? So does our Cataloger, Alex! On this episode, she shares some of her favorites with The Bookmark cast. The Bookmark is your place to find your next great book. Each week, join regular readers Miranda Ericsson, Chris Blocker and Autumn Friedli along with other librarians as they discuss all the books you'll want to add to your reading list.
Today on the best synthwave chat show there is, Andy and Marko are joined by awesome Patron Cargo Cult Luau a.k.a. Kyle. The trio talk about the definition of a cargo cult, incubators, Instant Pot, The McNamara brothers, and eating lots of meat. Andy is still learning to drive and everyone loves steak. Please consider Supporting Beyond Synth on Patreon: www.patreon.com/beyondsynth or PayPal: www.paypal.com/paypalme/beyondsynth And don't forget to check out ALL the artists featured on this episode: Beckett - “Night Liaison” https://soundcloud.com/projectbeckett https://projectbeckett.bandcamp.com/ https://twitter.com/ProjectBeckett https://www.instagram.com/project.beckett/ Dream Fiend - “Cloud 9” (feat. Gryff) https://soundcloud.com/dream-fiend https://dreamfiend.bandcamp.com/ https://twitter.com/funkydreamfiend https://www.instagram.com/funkydreamfiend/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/5L6COTBfO2KjrJgFYe96Q7 Gryff https://soundcloud.com/gryffau https://gryff.bandcamp.com/music https://open.spotify.com/artist/3M4MXoiDxsDBq9Cm3vKNOk https://www.instagram.com/gryffsynth/?hl=en Waveshaper - “Disco on the Baltic Sea” https://soundcloud.com/waveshaper-2 https://waveshaper1.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/waveshaperofficial/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/4N55TE3vFODMR4BX5B9fnM Fear of Tigers - “Barbica” https://soundcloud.com/fearoftigers http://fearoftigers.bandcamp.com https://open.spotify.com/artist/2eMdch9qwgd4eJoU4Wgsuy https://www.instagram.com/fearoftigers/?hl=en Late Night Hour - “Arcade Assassin” https://soundcloud.com/late-night-hour https://latenighthourmusic.bandcamp.com/releases https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTIZiiUIqx4sMbfiFWjuhcg https://www.instagram.com/latenighthourmusic/ Cassetter and Anniee - “You Said” (feat. Dimi Kaye) https://soundcloud.com/cassetter https://cassetter.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/cassetter.official/?hl=en https://open.spotify.com/artist/6rzOP8pWzUuXlniCGCtrcE Anniee https://soundcloud.com/user-722284380 https://anniee1.bandcamp.com/music https://www.instagram.com/anniee_music/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/2W4J54oshUqaGVLfbpcpmW Dimi Kaye https://soundcloud.com/dimi-kaye https://dimikaye.bandcamp.com/releases https://open.spotify.com/artist/4FwnYi9Xjwnu3lbKJ85JRF https://www.instagram.com/dimikaye/?hl=en Pineapple the Project - “MAGIC” https://soundcloud.com/pineapple-the-project https://open.spotify.com/artist/3Y2L3BrmjDyeQLofehkJGY Star Madman - “Always” https://soundcloud.com/StarMadman https://starmadman.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/starmadman/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/7IOhzhHhljlapsXQDB27hl Sequenza - “Mission Starlink” (feat. Heartbeat Hero) https://soundcloud.com/sequenzamusica https://sequenza.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/_sequenza_/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/5s7hcAAqhpXxxKYjp6BSHr https://soundcloud.com/heartbeathero https://heartbeathero.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/heartbeathero/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/0LPgrKaGLt0utknMY3Qdom https://twitter.com/heartbeat_hero Tronica - “The Best Is Yet To Come” https://tronica.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/girlfriendrecords/tronica-the-best-is-yet-to https://www.instagram.com/itstronica/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/1U6trHyis62BdwzliGorMh Neon Mutiny - “Europa Rising” https://soundcloud.com/neon-mutiny https://neonmutiny.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/neonmutiny/ https://www.facebook.com/neonmutiny Bart Graft - “Dollar Bill Redux” https://soundcloud.com/bartgraft https://bartgraft.bandcamp.com/album/bart-graft https://www.instagram.com/bartgraft/?hl=en https://open.spotify.com/artist/65rhjCm2CSxy6Ny76moh0q WLDV - “Relax & Enjoy” https://soundcloud.com/wldv https://wldv.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/welovedolcevita/ https://twitter.com/WeLoveDolceVita https://www.youtube.com/xWeLoveDolceVitax
In this episode, I speak with Presidential K9 Air Force veteran Shane McNamara. He went from a broken home, to graduating highschool, to being paralyzed, homeless, to joining the Air Force....After a successful service, back to almost being homeless while trying to get a K9 training service off the ground. Its a lot of ups and downs we can all relate to in some way. Check this one out and we hope you enjoy#k9 #police #airforceSupport the showPlease see our Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/TwoCopsOneDonut
A seven-part documentary series based on the book of the same name, I'll Be Gone in the Dark explores writer Michelle McNamara's investigation into the dark world of the violent predator she dubbed "The Golden State Killer," the man who terrorized California in the 1970s and 80s and is responsible for 50 home-invasion rapes and 13 murders. The series is also a journey into the soul of McNamara, whose True Crime Diaries blog and years of relentless determination for justice for the victims helped keep the case alive and in the public eye, and who tragically died of an accidental overdose while writing her book. A meditation on obsession and loss, I'll Be Gone in the Dark chronicles the unrelenting path of a mysterious killer and the fierce determination of one woman to bring the case to light. Website: https://www.terrortalkpodcast.com Community Membership: https://www.patreon.com/terrortalk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terrortalkpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkTerror/ Music by Mannequin Uprising --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/terrortalk/support
Allyson recommends a Kevin Bacon movie to watch next week that Mike knows absolutely nothing about. Join us to watch Stir of Echoes.Allyson recommends the Michelle McNamara true crime book I'll Be Gone in the Dark. Find out more about the late McNamara's incredible career here: True Crime DiaryMike recommends the UK hardcore punk duo Bob Vylan. Their music is available online, but check out their bandcamp page: Bob Vylan Presents The Price Of Life | Bob Vylan (bandcamp.com)Join our Facebook group for more movie talk!https://www.facebook.com/groups/youmademewatchFollow us on Instagram @YouMadeMeWatch to get sneak peeks at which movie we'll talk about next.Logo by Martin Butler. Follow him on Instagram @MartyButtonsTheme song by Thomas Medelheim. https://www.fiverr.com/medelheim
Eataly's Tess McNamara, head of salumi and formaggi, shares the mouthwatering ingredients found in her kitchen pantry at home with partner Chef Hillary Sterling of the critically acclaimed Ci Siamo restaurant in New York City. You can find all the pantry staple ingredients at The Chefs' Warehouse, a specialty food distributor that has been purveying high-quality artisan ingredients to chefs for over 30 years @wherechefsshop https://www.chefswarehouse.com/Produced by Haynow Media @haynowmedia http://haynowmedia.com
Breeders Cup '22 week is finally here! To help celebrate, The Wolf welcomes his old friend "Tawmy" Tom McNamara, AKA Boston Tawmy. For this week's bankroll builder Wednesday Tom and The Wolf are playing the Breeders Cup Future Stars Friday card like they would if they were entered in the Breeders Cup Betting Challenge! They've got $1,800 to play across a span of 6 races, so come listen to how they did it! ===================================================== SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out SGPN.TV Support us by supporting our partners WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Follow The Notorious OTB On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/notorious_otb Follow The Hosts On Social Media Chase Sessoms - https://twitter.com/OfOaklawn Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://sg.pn/Twitch Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://sg.pn/reddit ===================================================== Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode #30-Scott McNamara Scott's Commercial Background: Scott is the owner, president and chief designer of the Proof Of Design company that designs training instruction, media and corporate training movies to corporations all over the world. Proof Of Design funds the development of the Mr. Mac Bible books and Scott leads the illustration design team. Scott not only conceptually designs each page of the illustrated Bible books, but he manages the translations, works directly with the publishers and online developers, sends thousands of free illustrated Bibles around the world, and provides the final formatting for the printed and online books in all the languages. Scott's Ministry Background: Scott is the owner and Executive Director of the nonprofit 501.c3 Mr. Mac Bible company (www.MrMacBible.org) which creates partnerships with missionary teams in English, Spanish and Arabic nations to provide them illustrated Mr. Mac Bibles in their own languages at little or no cost to them. Scott has been teaching and preaching for 30 years to children and adult small groups using his dynamic and some-what humorous story-telling style. Scott plays the voices in the Mr. Mac Bible audio books and movies too (https://mrmacbible.com/audio-books/)! Call (847-942-6887 ) or email (email@example.com) Scott directly to talk about using our books in your schools, churches and foreign missions. If you enjoyed this episode, please share on your social media and leave a review on your podcast platform that you are listening too. You can follow me on Instagram: @jgrdina04 and if you are interested as being a guest on my classroom, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan McNamara, founder of “Remembering What Matters Most,” Certified Holistic Health Counselor, Yoga Teacher, Educator, and Writer joins me for the 2nd time (check out episode 40 if you haven't already)! I was delighted to dive into conversation again with this incredible woman, to hear about her recent weekend in the mountains, and to hold space for her to share all about her new book, Trusting Your Body: The Embodied Journey of Claiming Sacred Responsibility for Your Health & Well-Being. This book is an invitation into an awakening in how one looks at their body... How they treat it, how they feel about it and relate to it. Susan says “Being in a body that is well cared for is the most generous act you will ever do for not only yourself, but for everyone around you.” Tune into this episode and enjoy soaking up Susan's passion, realness, energy, and wisdom. And if you are interested in ordering a copy of Susan's book or reaching out to her directly, head on over to her website: www.rememberingwhatmattersmost.com.
In this episode, Helen McNamara O'Shea tells us of the brave leap she made from a career as an accomplished doctor to that of a singer/songwriter. Given that Helen describes herself as 'ancient', which she is not by any means, it seemed, on the face of things, a switch that didn't make a whole lot of sense.But that's on the face of things, because both careers, to Helen, have something fundamental in common. Healing.And that's what Helen is at heart, a healer. She just does it now through the power of music, no longer through the power of medicine. Follow along as Helen tells us of her remarkable upbringing in Ireland, her life in Montreal and in New Jersey. And how she got the spiritual permission she needed, from a hugely important person in her life, to follow a passion that had long been locked away, and the pivotal moment where it all came together.And what's with the long name? We'll let Helen tell you that story too.====================================You can help Helen produce her first a cappella album, about grief for the grieving, by contributing to her crowdfunding campaign.And a thanks to our centerpiece, Helen herself, for her songs heard in this episode, some of which are cover versions. Here they are in order, and the albums they appear on, where applicable:Someone Is Waiting (from Know You're Enough)Hey Darlin' (from Know You're Enough)Cover Me Up (from Know You're Enough)Stay Here Now (from Know You're Enough)The Hereafter (with Jude Johnstone)Simple Man (from Mama Told You)Moments (from Mama Told You)Fairytale of New York (with Mike Montrey)Prinetime (from Know You're Enough)For Me And You (for Cornelia)andBeautiful You (with Yancyabril)You can hear all of Helen's music on Spotify. Search under Helen O'Shea.A great big Thank You (a veritable Go Raibh Míle Maith Agat) to MacDara Ó Conaola for allowing us to use his recording of Céibh Chill Rónáin which demonstrates the ancient Gaelic art of Sean-nós singing. MacDara's music in general can be found here: The Love Token by Macdara on Amazon Music Unlimitedand you can follow MacDara on Twitter @MacDaraMusicA special shout out to Lochlainn Harte, Imaging Manager at Newstalk Radio, for extra, top class, professional sound editing.Thanks to Purple-Planet for Intro/Outro music, and to FreeSound for the sound FX.Check out the Celtic Irish American Academy. Support its work by donating (in USD $, with tax exemption benefits) here: CIAA Scholastic.W: CenterPieceNY.com. Ratings & reviews here.FaceBook/Twitter: @CenterPieceNY
CCAirwaves welcomes Megan McNamara, Co-Founder of Prayers from Maria! Join us to learn how the McNamara's were able to channel the grief of losing their daughter into an organization that brings hope to childhood cancer patients and their families. We also highlight a few upcoming events, different ways to support Prayers from Maria, the sunflower fields, etc. Megan McNamara is an insightful and inspiring woman; it was an honor featuring her and Prayers from Maria on CCAirwaves. For more information, visit www.prayersfrommaria.org.Please feel free to "Connect With Us" via our website at www.clecem.org. Follow us on: Facebook: @catholiccemeteriesassociationTwitter: @CLECatholicCemsInstagram: @clecatholiccemsBlog: @clevelandcatholiccemeteriesPodcast: "CCAirwaves" on your favorite streaming platform!
A local brewery seeks a Lower Broadway location. Nashville may soon get some e-bikes. Will they be as big of a headache as scooters? Plus, today we release our favorite restaurants of 2022.New YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKjWKXfpjtNL0oL2R6MKSxwTake a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Brad Reynolds https://thinkbrad.com/Blessed Day Coffee https://www.blesseddaycoffee.com/ Use Code "XPLR20" for 20% off at checkoutNash NewsFat Bottom Brewing Co. eyes Lower Broadway location, according to Metro permit https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/10/11/fat-bottom-eyes-lower-broadway-location.htmlMore e-bikes are coming to Nashville: How will the rollout work?https://www.newschannel5.com/news/more-e-bikes-are-coming-to-nashville-how-will-the-rollout-workOur Favorite Nashville Restaurants of 2022Oscar's Taco Shop https://oscarstacoshop.com/Nectar Urban Cantina https://www.nectarcantina.com/Caliber Coffeehttps://www.calibercoffeeco.com/The Chef and I https://www.thechefandinashville.com/Epice https://www.epicenashville.com/12/30 Club https://thetwelvethirtyclub.com/Soy Cubano https://eatsoycubano.com/West Coast Taco Shop http://orderwestcoasttacoshop.com/IL Forno https://www.ilfornowoodfired.com/McNamara's Irish Pubhttp://www.mcnamarasirishpub.com/Humphreys Street Coffeehttps://humphreysstreet.com/Mike's Ice Cream https://mikesicecream.com/Cafe Intermezzo https://www.cafeintermezzo.com/Red's 615 Kitchen https://www.reds615kitchen.com/Cledis https://www.cledis.com/Martin's BBQhttps://www.martinsbbqjoint.com/Nashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH Website - https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/ YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email email@example.com
What does a life dedicated to love and freedom look like? Laura-Marie River Victor Peace Nopales joins co-hosts Jacks McNamara and Will Hall to explore the most important questions of all — by way of dreams, peace activism, and living in community. Laura-Marie is a queer traveler, maker of zines, radical mental health-er, fat liberation-er, […] The post Love Is a Skill | Laura-Marie & Jacks McNamara | Madness Radio first appeared on Madness Radio.
This week join Mike McNamara, Ph.D., CFP®, and his guest Sharon McNamara of Boston Connect Real Estate for a discussion about all things Real Estate. Michael J. McNamara, Ph.D., CFP®, is the Founder of McNamara Financial and a Certified Financial Planner. He's semi-retired, and works with legacy clients and select others. Sharon McNamara is a Broker/Owner of Boston Connect Real Estate (https://www.bostonconnect.com), an Empowerment T.E.A.M. Leader, and a Real Estate Sales & Marketing Advisor. As a professional full-time Real Estate Sales & Marketing Consultant and Broker|Owner & the Founder of Boston Connect Real Estate, Sharon McNamara is dedicated and commitment to continually “Serving With Excellence”. Her greatest accolade is representing Home Buyers & Home Sellers throughout the entire process by offering them exceptional service, exemplary communication and a guiding approach to educating them on current market values and trends empowering her clients to make knowledgeable decisions throughout the home buying and/or home selling process. McNamara Financial is an Independent, family-owned, fee-only investment management and financial planning firm, serving individuals and families on the South Shore and beyond for over 30 years. COME SEE WHAT IT'S LIKE TO WORK WITH A FIDUCIARY. http://mcnamarafinancial.com/
Dassler shoes was started by Adolf Dassler in 1924 in Germany, after he came home from World War I. His brother Rudolph joined him. They made athletic shoes and developed spikes to go on the bottom of the shoes. By 1936, they convinced Jesse Owens to wear their shoes on the way to his gold medals. Some of the American troops who liked the shoes during World War II helped spread the word. The brothers had a falling out soon after the war was over. Adolph founded Adidas while Rudolph created a rival shoe company called Puma. This was just in time for the advertising industry to convince people that if they bought athletic shoes that they would instantly be, er, athletic. The two companies became a part of an ad-driven identity that persists to this day. One most who buy the products advertised hardly understand themselves. A national identity involves concentric circles of understanding. The larger a nation, the more concentric circles and the harder it is to nail down exactly who has what identity. Part of this is that people spend less time thinking about who they are and more time being told who they should want to be like. Woven into the message of who a person should be is a bunch of products that a person has to buy to become the ideal. That's called advertising. James White founded the first modern advertising agency called ‘R. F. White & Son' in Warwick Square, London in 1800. The industry evolved over the next hundred or so years as more plentiful supplies led to competition and so more of a need to advertise goods. Increasingly popular newspapers from better printing presses turned out a great place to advertise. The growth of industrialism meant there were plenty of goods and so competition between those who manufactured or trafficked those goods. The more efficient the machines of industry became, the more the advertising industry helped sell what the world might not yet know it needed. Many of those agencies settled into Madison Avenue in New York as balances of global power shifted and so by the end of World War II, Madison Avenue became a synonym for advertising. Many now-iconic brands were born in this era. Manufacturers and distributors weren't the only ones to use advertising. People put out ads to find loves in personals and by the 1950s advertising even began to find its way into politics. Iconic politicians could be created. Dwight D Eisenhower served as the United States president from 1953 to 1961. He oversaw the liberation of Northern Africa in World War II, before he took command to plan the invasion of Normandy on D Day. He was almost universally held as a war hero in the United States. He had not held public office but the ad men of Madison Avenue were able to craft messages that put him into the White House. Messages like “I like Ike.” These were the early days of television and the early days of computers. A UNIVAC was able to predict that Eisenhower would defeat Adlai Stevenson in a landslide election in 1952. The country was not “Madly for Adlai” as his slogan went. ENIAC had first been used in 1945. MIT Whirlwind was created in 1951, and the age of interactive computing was upon us. Not only could a computer predict who might win an election but new options in data processing allowed for more granular ways to analyze data. A young Senator named John F. Kennedy was heralded as a “new candidate for the 1960s.” Just a few years later Stephenson had lambasted Ike for using advertising, but this new generation was willing to let computers help build a platform - just as the advertisers were starting to use computers to help them figure out the best way to market a product. It turns out that words mattered. At the beginning of that 1960 election, many observed they couldn't tell much difference between the two candidates: Richard Nixon and John Kennedy. Kennedy's democrats were still largely factored between those who believed in philosophies dating back to the New Deal and segregationists. Ike presided over the early days of the post-World War II new world order. This new generation, like new generations before and since, was different. They seemed to embrace the new digital era. Someone like JFK wasn't punching cards and feeding them into a computer, writing algorithms, or out surveying people to collect that data. That was done by a company that was founded in 1959 called Simulmatics. Jill Lepore called them the What If men in her book called If/Then - a great read that goes further into the politics of the day. It's a fascinating read. The founder of the company was a Madison Avenue ad man named Ed Greenfield. He surrounded himself with a cast of characters that included people from John Hopkins University, MIT, Yale, and IBM. Ithiel de Sola Pool had studied Nazi and Soviet propaganda during World War II. He picked up on work from Hungarian Frigyes Karinthy and with students ran Monte Carlo simulations on people's acquaintances to formulate what would later become The Small World Problem or the Six Degrees of Separation, a later inspiration for the social network of the same name and even later, for Facebook. The social sciences had become digital. Political science could then be used to get at the very issues that could separate Kennedy from Nixon. The People Machine as one called it was a computer simulation, thus the name of the company. It would analyze voting behaviors. The previous Democratic candidate Stevenson had long-winded, complex speeches. They analyzed the electorate and found that “I Like Ike” resonated with more people. It had, after all, been developed by the same ad man who came up with “Melts in your mouth, not in your hands” for M&Ms. They called the project Project Microscope. They recruited some of the best liberal minds in political science and computer science. They split the electorate into 480 groups. A big focus was how to win the African-American vote. Turns out Gallup polls didn't study that vote because Southern newspapers had blocked doing so. Civil rights, and race relations in general wasn't unlike a few other issues. There was anti-Catholic, anti-Jew, and anti-a lot. The Republicans were the party of Lincoln and had gotten a lot of votes over the last hundred years for that. But factions within the party had shifted. Loyalties were shifting. Kennedy was a Catholic but many had cautioned he should down-play that issue. The computer predicted civil rights and anti-Catholic bigotry would help him, which became Kennedy's platform. He stood for what was right but were they his positions or just what the nerds thought? He gained votes at the last minute. Turns out the other disenfranchised groups saw the bigotry against one group as akin to bigotry against their own; just like the computers thought they would. Kennedy became an anti-segregationist, as that would help win the Black vote in some large population centers. It was the most aggressive, or liberal, civil-rights plank the Democrats had ever taken up. Civil rights are human rights. Catholic rights are as well. Kennedy offered the role of Vice President to Lyndon B Johnson, the Senate Majority Leader and was nominated to the Democratic candidate. Project Microscope from Simulmatics was hired in part to shore up Jewish and African-American votes. They said Kennedy should turn the fact that he was a Catholic into a strength. Use the fact he was Catholic to give up a few votes here and there in the South but pick up other votes. He also took the Simulmatics information as it came out of the IBM 704 mainframe to shore up his stance on other issues. That confidence helped him out-perform Nixon in televised debates. They used teletypes and even had the kids rooms converted into temporary data rooms. CBS predicted Nixon would win. Less than an hour later they predicted Kennedy would win. Kennedy won the popular vote by .1 percent of the country even after two recounts. The Black vote hat turned out big for Kennedy. News leaked about the work Simulmatics had done for Kennedy. Some knew that IBM had helped Hitler track Jews as has been written about in the book IBM and the Holocaust by Edwin Black. Others still had issues with advertising in campaigns and couldn't fathom computers. Despite Stalin's disgust for computers some compared the use of computers to Stalinistic propaganda. Yet it worked - even if in retrospect the findings were all things we could all take for granted. They weren't yet. The Kennedy campaign at first denied the “use of an electronic brain and yet their reports live on in the Kennedy Library. A movement against the use of the computer seemed to die after Kennedy was assassinated. Books of fiction persisted, like The 480 from Eugene Burdick, which got its title from the number of groups Simulmatics used. The company went on to experiment with every potential market their computer simulation could be used in. The most obvious was the advertising industry. But many of those companies went on to buy their own computers. They already had what many now know is the most important aspect of any data analytics project: the data. Sometimes they had decades of buying data - and could start over on more modern computers. They worked with the Times to analyze election results in 1962, to try and catch newspapers up with television. The project was a failure and newspapers leaned into more commentary and longer-term analysis to remain a relevant supplier of news in a world of real-time television. They applied their brand of statistics to help simulate the economy of Venezuela in a project called Project Camelot, which LBJ later shot down. Their most profitable venture became working with the defense department to do research in Vietnam. They collected data, analyzed data, punched data into cards, and fed it into computers. Pool was unabashedly pro-US and it's arguable that they saw what they wanted to see. So did the war planners in the pentagon, who followed Robert McNamara. McNamara had been one of the Quiz Kids who turned around the Ford Motor Company with a new brand of data-driven management to analyze trends in the car industry, shore up supply chains, and out-innovate the competition. He became the first president of the company who wasn't a Ford. His family had moved to the US from Ireland to flee the Great Irish Famine. Not many generations later he got an MBA from Harvard before he became a captain in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II primarily as an analyst. Henry Ford the second hired his whole group to help with the company. As many in politics and the military learn, companies and nations are very different. They did well at first, reducing the emphasis on big nuclear first strike capabilities and developing other military capabilities. One of those was how to deal with guerrilla warfare and counterinsurgencies. That became critical in Vietnam, a war between the communist North Vietnamese and the South Vietnamese. The North was backed by North Korea, China, and the Soviet Union, the South backed by the United States, South Korea, Australia. Others got involved but those were the main parties. We can think of McNamara's use of computers to provide just in time provisioning of armed forces and move spending to where it could be most impactful, which slashed over $10 billion in military spending. As the Vietnam war intensified, statistically the number of troops killed by Americans vs American casualties made it look computationally like the was was being won. In hindsight we know it was not. Under McNamara, ARPA hired Simulmatics to study the situation on the ground. They would merge computers, information warfare, psychological warfare, and social sciences. The Vietnamese that they interviewed didn't always tell them the truth. After all, maybe they were CIA agents. Many of the studies lacked true scholars as the war was unpopular back home. People who collected data weren't always skilled at the job. They spoke primarily with those they didn't get shot at as much while going to see. In general, the algorithms might have worked or might not have worked - but they had bad data. Yet Simulmatics sent reports that the operations were going well to McNamara. Many in the military would remember this as real capabilities at cyber warfare and information warfare were developed in the following decades. Back home, Simulmatics also became increasingly tied up in things Kennedy might have arguably fought against. There were riots, civil rights protests, and Simulatics took contracts to simulate racial riots. Some felt they could riot or go die in in the jungles of Vietnam. The era of predictive policing had begun as the hope of the early 1960s turned into the apathy of the late 1960s. Martin Luther King Jr spoke out again riot prediction, yet Simulmatics pushed on. Whether their insights were effective in many of the situations, just like in Vietnam - was dubious. They helped usher in the era of Surveillance capitalism, in a way. But the arrival of computers in ad agencies meant that if they hadn't of, someone else would have. People didn't take kindly to being poked, prodded, and analyzed intellectually. Automation took jobs, which Kennedy had addressed in rhetoric if not in action. The war was deeply unpopular as American soldiers came home from a far off land in caskets. The link between Simulmatics and academia was known. Students protested against them and claimed they were war criminals. The psychological warfare abroad, being on the wrong side of history at home with the race riots, and the disintegrating military-industrial-university complex didn't help. There were technical issues. The technology had changed away from languages like FORTRAN. Further, the number of data points required and how they were processed required what we now call “Big Data” and “machine learning.” Those technologies showed promise early but more mathematics needed to be developed to fully weaponize the surveillance everything. More code and libraries needed to be developed to crunch the large amounts of statistics. More work needed to be done to get better data and process it. The computerization of the social sciences was just beginning and while people like Pool predicted the societal impacts we could expect, people at ARPA doubted the results and the company they created could not be saved as all these factors converged to put them into bankruptcy in 1970. Their ideas and research lived on. Pool and others published some of their findings. Books opened the minds to the good and bad of what technology could do. The Southern politicians, or Dixiecrats, fell apart. Nixon embraced a new brand of conservatism as he lost the race to be the Governor of California to Pat Brown in 1962. There were charges of voter fraud from the 1960 election. The Mansfeld Amendment restricted military funding of basic research in 1969 and went into effect in 1970. Ike had warned of the growing links between universities as the creators of weapons of war like what Simulmatics signified and the amendment helped pull back funding for such exploits. As Lepore points out in her book, mid-century liberalism was dead. Nixon tapped into the silent majority who countered the counterculture of the 1960s. Crime rose and the conservatives became the party of law and order. He opened up relations with China, spun down the Vietnam war, negotiated with the Soviet leader Brezhnev to warm relations, and rolled back Johnson's attempts at what had been called The Great Society to get inflation back in check. Under him the incarceration rate in the United States exploded. His presidency ended with Watergate and under Ford, Carter, Reagan, and Bush, the personal computer became prolific and the internet, once an ARPA project began to take shape. They all used computers to find and weigh issues, thaw the Cold War, and build a new digitally-driven world order. The Clinton years saw an acceleration of the Internet and by the early 2000s companies like PayPal were on the rise. One of their founders was Peter Thiel. Peter Thiel founded Palantir in 2003 then invested in companies like Facebook with his PayPal money. Palantir received backing from In-Q-Tel “World-class, cutting-edge technologies for National Security”. In-Q-Tel was founded in 1999 as the global technological evolution began to explode. While the governments of the world had helped build the internet, it wasn't long before they realized it gave an asymmetrical advantage to newcomers. The more widely available the internet, the more far reaching attacks could go, the more subversive economic warfare could be. Governmental agencies like the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) needed more data and the long promised artificial intelligence technologies to comb through that data. Agencies then got together and launched their own venture capital fund, similar to those in the private sector - one called In-Q-Tel. Palantir has worked to develop software for the US Immigration and Customers Enforcement, or ICE, to investigate criminal activities and allegedly used data obtained from Cambridge Analytica along with Facebook data. The initial aim of the company was to take technology developed for PayPal's fraud detection and apply it to other areas like terrorism, with help from intelligence agencies. They help fight fraud for nations and have worked with the CIA, NSA, FBI, CDC, and various branches of the United States military on various software projects. Their Gotham project is the culmination of decades of predictive policing work. There are dozens of other companies like Palantir. Just as Pool's work on Six Degrees of Separation, social networks made the amount of data that could be harvested all the greater. Companies use that data to sell products. Nations use that data for propaganda. Those who get elected to run nations use that data to find out what they need to say to be allowed to do so. The data is more accurate with every passing year. Few of the ideas are all that new, just better executed. The original sin mostly forgotten, we still have to struggle with the impact and ethical ramifications. Politics has always had a bit of a ruse in a rise to power. Now it's less about personal observation and more about the observations and analyses that can be gleaned from large troves of data. The issues brought up in books like The 480 are as poignant today as they were in the 1950s.
This audiobook read by the author and eleven other narrators offer a cornucopia of T.C. Boyle's vivid imaginings. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Alan Minskoff discuss the stories in the collection, including dark fantasies and a haunting story of a couple quarantining on a luxury cruise ship in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Boyle's poignant stories and the skilled narrations create a satisfying listening experience. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Harper Audio. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Listen to AudioFile's fourth season of Audiobook Break, featuring the Japanese American Civil Liberties Collection. Support for AudioFile's Behind the Mic comes from PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE AUDIO, dedicated to producing top-quality fiction and nonfiction audiobooks written and read by the best in the business. Visit penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/audiofile now to start listening. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Orochen Video is Here: [After THE JUMP: What's to be said] --------------------- 1. Indiana Preview starts at the top Where'd everybody go? Alex likes one linebacker, thinks their formerly great corner Tiawan Mullen has lost it and the other CB might be hurt. They get interesting blitzes but need a true freshman who's 6'5/220 to get to the QB. Tight end city them? Hit them deep? Both? Both. On offense they're an every kind of screen team, but bad at it. 2. Hockey Preview wsg David Nasternak starts at 23:10 Lindenwood? We know their coach used to play for the Wings. Don't care because let's get into the defense, starting with Luke Hughes, Hobey Baker favorite barring weirdness from the voters. Edwards is a guy we're looking to see a big step up from. Nazar might be out awhile so we'll get to see them throw the 4th through 9th forward spots in a blender and put together a good checking line around Moyle. Love the top line of Samo with Fantilli and Duke. Poor ND got their best two recruits stolen by Michigan and Minnesota. 3. Iowa After Review: Defense starts at 50:53 Nothing to learn from the secondary except I have a farfetched thought about Sainristil. Mike Morris has completed his development into Chris Wormley: set up his pass rushes with technique. Eyabi Okie is a better player than we realized, even after going back and watching his film from FBS (that's for the guy saying we didn't watch enough film—how dare you!). Linebacker is the one real issue—don't get why Colson was spot-dropping, but Barrett gave us what he could and shouldn't have to face fullbacks again for awhile. Mullings take from last week seemed to be on point. 4. Iowa After Review start at 1:06:58 This time it's Brian who has to tell us how they did against the other team's real side. Except Iowa didn't have the horses and backed off, so the OL just got a lot of +0.5s for doing their jobs. Gotta use your QB's legs if that's in the offense, or just do something that doesn't. LOVED the first TD playcall because Iowa is inside the 20 and that's where they get aggressive—perfect call in that situation. Only tiny nits for McCarthy's McNamara-esque game. About the Featured Musician Swedish band Orochen (Bandcamp, Spotify) has an Ann Arborish "post-" take on Swedish metal. They're hit and miss for me—heavy metal isn't my thing—but they make music with weight that brings in all kinds of other genres. Like what if Sigur Ros got dipped in death metal—what would that be? They came up as an band similar to Ann Arbor of my time's Oblivion, and yeah, if Oblivion had been allowed to grow up this is what they might have become too. The song choices: Iron Gates Black Snow Teeth of Glass Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
We started DATING THE DELANEYS (2022), but: Do you know how loud jai alai is? ... THEME: "Fuck You If You Don't Like Christmas," from Crudbump, by Drew Fairweather ... PART ONE Wink! ... Wine Clown (taupe) ... Rom-rom, with jokes ... Jennifer Barrow Appreciation Station ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART TWO Cast Rundown ... McNamara nostalgia ... Restorative justice for Brendan Zub ... Manderson Mode ... The Expositional Challenge ... A horn of a sort ... Plot Mop-Up: Michael, guiding PR practice; ex-husband rehab; horny grandma; arcade-bar; gone fishin' ... They seem like people! ... Paul Campbell Appreciation Station ... Charmingly corny flirty antagonism ... Punishing punsmithery ... Early forced laughter to natural fondness ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART THREE Spot the Angel: Maybe Michael, maybe the horny mom, probably a goose egg ... Angelic parenting assistance ... Eat Your Heart Out: Salted caramel and cookies; Cafe New Orleans, eating crawfish, po-boy chunks; blind date basket of rolls; reasonable pizza with pepperoncini; pecan-pie cake; skyscraping bacon chocolate cake; Find My Salad Soulmate; namin' fish; America's most favorite cake; abandoned Heineken; Shake, Battle and Bowl; sauceless mozzarella sticks; rime-free milkshake ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART FOUR The Hallmark Expanded Universe: Make It, Bake It, Cake It; QVC knockoff; Teryl Rothery; Episodes 9, 11, 12, 31, 50, 52, 55, 56, 59, 64, 74, 83, 84, 85, 86, and more; wine-clown concert road trip! ... Overdetermined: No true qualifier; too much friend hectoring; winking ... Crossover: Steve "Bones"; Quantum Bakery Apprentice ... The Hallmark Bechdel Test: Yes ... The Hallmark Voight-Kampff Test: All non-Michael, non-New Kid men; Steve! Steve! Steve!; David, the ex ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART FIVE Great Moments in Moppetry: 1 ... Who's the Real Villain: Self-performance dating-app industry ... Title/Sequel: Good title and "Delaney Due Date" vs. Thematic underuse and "Dating Dana Delaney" ... Rating: 4 ... The Leftovers: Met at pickleball ... Printing out articles ... IMDB Dive: Jennifer Barrow, King of the Hill veteran ... Zack, the turd, with a sign ... Old new kid ... Treat Williams ... "Your dad comin' today?" ... Second Life kitchen ... "World Baby" ... Dental plan ... Merry Christmas! All other music by Chris Collingwood of Look Park and Fountains of Wayne, except: "Orchestral Sports Theme" by Chris Collingwood and Rick Murnane and "100,000 People," by Philip Glass. Read Jeb's hot dog sandwich piece: Here. Buy Caitlin Fitz Gerald's excellent book: Here.
Katherine McNamara, star of The CW's Walker Independence joins us to talk all about her leading role in the highly anticipated prequel series to the hit series Walker. Katherine shares her experience working on the series, which turns the classic Western genre on its head, with instead of the “traditional” leading male and hero, instead the series is led by McNamara and shows the reversal of the hero's quest for justice and revenge as her character Abby Walker seeks her husband's killer with the help of townspeople and fellow outsiders. Walker Independence premieres Thursday, October 6th at 9pm ET on The CW
Dr. Scott McNamara from the University of New Hampshire (Twitter: @ScottMcNamara12) joins Dr. Kevin Richards for an episode of Going Behind the Research. This talk focuses on the article below: McNamara, S. W., Richards, K. A., Trad, A. M., Abdallah, S., & Hill, L. (2022). Adapted Physical Educators' Experiences with School Administration and Marginalization. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 1(aop), 1-10. Rather than providing a forum to discuss research that is conducted in health and physical education, the Going Behind the Research segment focuses on telling the stories that surround research we read in scholarly journals. Globally, the segment aims to humanize research by providing a forum to discuss the movies that draw researchers toward particular topics and studies, challenges and successes experienced along the way, and lessons learned that transcend individual journal publications (e.g., lessons learn that impact future research decisions). Each episode will feature an interview with one or member members of an authorship team. Including a brief overview of the study, the common interview guide (linked below) will be used to facilitate each individual conversation. The conversations will, however, be unique in that follow-up questions will address topics raised by each interviewee. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support
The conversation continues between Kim and Robert McNamara's son Craig McNamara - author of the memoir Because Our Fathers Lied. This time Kim wants to know: Is Craig still haunted by his father's legacy in Vietnam? Does he consider his father a war criminal? Where does Craig himself come out on the question of war? Are there any conditions under which he'd be willing to fight?
Each Tuesday night at 5:30 p.m. ET, John Borton of The Wolverine and a rotating cast of guests will discuss the biggest storylines from the weekend and take your questions live on our YouTube channel. Borton is joined this week by guest Tom Crawford and former Michigan QB B.J. Dickey. Topics this week include: – Quarterback situation – How does Cade McNamara come back? – Who becomes the #4 receiver? – Does the M defense hold Maryland to 20? – Biggest threat beyond OSU? – Any change in your preseason prediction? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Architecture is the built form of ideas, and church architecture is the built form of theology." Denis McNamara joins the show to give a crash course in the underlying principles of Catholic church architecture, and make the case for classical architecture as the method that should be used by today's sacred architects. McNamara is an Associate Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Beauty and Culture at Benedictine College, architectural consultant, and author of multiple books on architecture. Topics include: The Biblical vision of church architecture The church building as part of the liturgical rite The church building as a “sacrament” of the glorified, mystical Body of Christ and vision of the Heavenly Jerusalem The importance of the Temple How liturgical art conveys glorified realities How classical architecture makes visible nature's invisible forces The difference between liturgical and devotional images Links Catholic Church Architecture and the Spirit of the Liturgy https://www.amazon.com/Catholic-Church-Architecture-Spirit-Liturgy/dp/1595250271 How to Read Churches https://www.amazon.com/How-Read-Churches-ecclesiastical-architecture/dp/1408128365 The Liturgy Guys https://www.liturgyguys.com Benedictine College's Center for Beauty and Culture https://www.benedictine.edu/academics/centers/beauty-culture/index This podcast is a production of CatholicCulture.org. If you like the show, please consider supporting us! http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio
The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. The Broadcast: --------------------- 1. UConn Preview Starts at 0:05 More bad, less green. 2. Hawai'i After Review starts at 18:26 We might talk about something besides JJ but only if we can get Brian to stop. 3. Gimmicky Top Five Worst Teams to Schedule starts at 44:44 Brian's take on McNamara, Seth's take on the defensive ends, nobody else was really gradable from that. 4. Hoops Reset wsg Matt from Endless Motor starts at 59:57 Rounding out the recruiting class. Nervous in the backcourt. Featured Musician: AlaskaAlaska Not to be confused with an Australian punk band of the same name, this AlaskaAlaska is from London. They're a pop oddity I discovered on the podcast I Don't Heart Radio and listened through their album Dot growing increasing interested. Song choices: "Still Life" "Happyface" "The Dots" Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?
In this episode of Plugged In With Chris Howard; Chris and Jason talk about the big wins and even bigger losses in both College and NFL. Also tennis has a new world number 1 player in Carlos Alcaraz. Last but certainly not least the national media and we use that term loosely believe Jim Harbaugh left Cade McNamara out too dry. This and much more on this episode of Plugged In With Chris Howard. #NFL #Jim Harbaugh #NCAA #CollegeFootball #Tennis #MensTennis #US Open
In this episode, Zach Shaw and Steve Lorenz preview the Michigan football team's game against Hawaii, looking at the quarterback situation, key reserves to potentially watch, the merits (and downside) of playing easy early season opponents and ultimately make their predictions for the game. They begin with a look at J.J. McCarthy's starting quarterback opportunity, and how he should be measured on Saturday. They next look at which players not in Michigan's two-deep may be the most interesting to watch on Saturday and why. The two then go back and forth on the pros and cons of super-early non-conference games over Power-Five foes. Finally, they take a look at some of the over-under expectations for Saturday's game, revisit a couple subscriber questions about McCarthy and McNamara then close with their final score predictions for the game. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. The Broadcast: [After THE JUMP: What was said] --------------------- 1. Title IX and the 50th Anniversary of our Co-Ed Band, wsg Carl Grapentine Starts at 0:05 Carl joins us from the press box, announces to all of Ann Arbor what he's up to, then walks us through how Title IX came to the Michigan Marching Band, and 12 women finally broke the gender barrier at Michigan Stadium. 2. Hawai'i Preview starts at 17:57 We torture Alex Drain with the memories. 3. Colorado State after Review starts at 38:48 Brian's take on McNamara, Seth's take on the defensive ends, nobody else was really gradable from that. 4. Gimmicky Top Five Things You Remember from Games Nobody Remembers starts at 1:02:57 Not as much Maryland as you might think. Featured Musicians: Brain Plasticity Ukulele Collective I've been waiting for this week so we can feature Ann Arbor's own Brain Plasticity Ukulele Collective, which is an open community of local musicians aged 35 to Still Younger Than Craig Ross who play like 30 different instruments. These songs are all off an album, Strum Into Cognition, but as you might imagine it's only a tiny sample of what they put out and the real kick is seeing them perform live, though I just missed promoting their Fall Kickoff show at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Song choices: "Turned Out Nice Again" (instrumental) "Caveman" "72nd Time" Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
Following the Michigan football team's 51-7 win over Colorado State, Zach Shaw and Steve Lorenz break down the two biggest storylines ruminating from the Wolverines' victory. They begin with a look at Michigan's dominant defensive line, and how the group met and exceeded week one expectations. They look at the breakout pass-rushers at the edge position, how the interior is improved from years' past. They discuss which players may push for a starting job in the next month, and how to assess the performance. In the second half of the episode, they look at the ongoing quarterback battle between Cade McNamara and JJ McCarthy. They look at how McNamara struggled in week 1, his surprising postgame comments about the battle and what both things say about the quarterback battle in general. They close with a brief look at Michigan's depth at several spots compared to last season. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
MTV VMA recap, Britney Spears rambles for 20 min, Jim Harbaugh names 2 QB starters, Arcade Fire sex allegations, Punt God booted off the Buffalo Bills, fact checking Meghan Markle's interview, J-Lo's NDAs, BranDon loses power, and we talk to Jonah Falcon about retiring his penis.College Football: Jim Harbaugh has no idea who to start at quarterback so he starts both McCarthy and McNamara. The Ann Arbor NIL Club is looking to bolster the team with your money. Nebraska sucks at football so much that their season is over in Week 0. The Buffalo Bills 'Punt God' is cut after gang rape allegations from college surface. He was also cut for not being an All-Pro quarterback like Deshaun Watson.Serena Williams needed to consult with Not-a-Prince Harry and that beast Meghan Markle about retirement. Meghan Markle gave an interview full of more claims that need to be fact checked. She claims the British tabloids call her kids the n-word. She repeated the whopper that South Africans celebrated her marriage just like Nelson Mandela's release from prison.A good number of listeners made it out to the Comeback King Corey Feldman's show at The Token Lounge.Drew stumbled across an article from November that gives us an excuse to call Jonah Falcon. We notify Jonah that he's on Cal Ripken Jr's Who's Dated Who.Charlie Langton holds a bong to promote a Tory Lane appearance. A 'random shooter' in Detroit caused chaos on Sunday. He was arrested today.The Paducah school shooter, Michael Carneal, is up for parole.Lindsey Graham claims riots will break out if Donald Trump is indicted.Bill Maher and Rob Reiner clash over the Hunter Biden story suppression. Mark Zuckerberg claims was tipped off by the FBI that the story was foreign misinformation. Sam Harris believes in censoring the story.Britney Spears is #1 and Elton John should be ashamed of himself for taking advantage of a mentally ill person. Britney Spears finally 'breaks her silence' with a long rambling YouTube video.MTV VMA Recap: Lizzo's outfit was huge. Nicky Minaj needed a crotch post. The RHCP were pretty good, but needed their lyrics written down so they could remember them. Måneskin were censored. Yung Gravy is a thing.Aries Spears says what we're all thinking about Lizzo.Arcade Fire's Win Butler is in hot water for 'sexual misconduct'.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee.High School Football: Cass Tech vs Southfield was canceled due to fans fighting in the stands. Algonac High School had to cancel their varsity season because they don't have enough kids to field a team.BranDon loses power and bolts.Sydney Sweeney had to defend her family after posting pictures of her mom's birthday party.Ezra Miller apologized to Warner Brothers to save the Flash, but he didn't apologize to any of the people that he harmed.Jennifer Lopez is really hurt that her wedding guests violates the NDAs that they made them sign because a video leaked out that was meant for her newsletter.Jack Sweeney, the Elon Musk flight tracker guy, says he will stop tracking on one condition that will never be met.Chris Brown's dog attacked his house keeper, but it Chris claims it's all her fault.Just as Drew was analyzing BranDon's power situation something crazy happened.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).