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Man Up - A Doctor's Guide to Men's Health
Let's kick off May with an exciting new episode! We're excited to have Dr. Rahul Mehan, the founder of East Valley Urology Center in Mesa, Arizona, and a nationally-recognized expert in minimally-invasive treatments in urology as he talks about the innovative treatments and breakthrough techniques that are revolutionizing prostate care. Gone are the days of simple prostate procedures. Today, we're witnessing remarkable technological advancements that offer patients a range of options. In this episode, we'll take a deep dive into the extensive array of treatments available for benign prostatic hyperplasia and lower urinary tract symptoms. Join us for a thrilling conversation that will expand your knowledge of surgical options for prostate problems for FREE on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon, or Youtube. #podcast #menshealth #urology #prostate #prostatehealth #prostateprocedures #medicaladvancements #preventivecare #man #wellness
Accelerated Spanish: Learn Spanish online the fastest and best way, by Master of Memory
Time to learn a lot of new physical nouns! This week we're learning the Spanish words for “dinner”, “train”, “table”, “box”, and many other physical objects. Want FREE access to all of our learning materials, including videos, dialogues, and quizzes? Head over to www.spanishinonemonth.com. For additional resources beyond the 12 free Spanish lessons mentioned above, visit us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC71luKNIbkqQ1PBisxKEyEw
Techno Music - Techno Live Sets Podcast
¿Les gustó? dejen sus comentarios, compartan y muchos corazones ❤️ Sus toques están influenciados por sonidos como el Progressive, Deep House y Organic House. Dentro de las características de Juanes Mesa se encuentran, una buena técnica, conocimiento musical y la cualidad de saber manipular una curva; Una metáfora que hace referencia al ambiente de la […] Subscribe to listen to Techno music, Tech House music, Deep House, Acid Techno, and Minimal Techno for FREE.
Doug Fletcher Lifetime Achievement Award We reposted the very first Laughbox episode to honor Chip Lutz as the recipient of the lifetime achievement award in 2023 Thank you, Chip! Are you wondering about AATH? This is a brief descriptive episode about the Association of Applied and Therapeutic Humor and the pilot episode of Laughbox! The Doug Fletcher Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to either a member or non-member in recognition of his or her Dedication and service to AATH, and/or A significant contribution to the understanding and application of humor and/or laughter over an entire career with a definable body of work through one or more of the following: speaking, teaching/training, research, publications, and professional practice. Stay Tuned for new episodes starting in June! Sending a big thank you to all the organizers of the 2023 conference in Mesa, Arizona! What an amazing experience! https://www.aath.org/ If you have ideas about how we can fund this podcast, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this week's episode, Danielle and Jac are joined by Valerie Mesa, Cheap Caribbean's Resident Astrologer to explore what's written in the stars. To start, the three discuss the common skepticisms of astrology and Valerie shares how she became fascinated with the stars and the world of astrology growing up. Valerie shares how to interpret one's astrological chart, and the meaning behind your sun, moon, and rising signs. They discuss the predictions made by many astrologers regarding the pandemic and how healthcare workers are now shifting paths and leaving their long-held jobs. Lastly, they delve into both Dani and Jac's birth charts and Valerie breaks down each of their sun, moon and rising signs, the pro's and con's of their star signs working together in business, and how their birth signs are tied to their personalities and their professional careers. Be sure to follow Valerie at @valeriemesa on Instagram, and visit her website valeriemesa.com. Thanks to our amazing sponsor for making this episode possible: CheapCaribbean — Visit CheapCaribbean.com for the best beach vacation deals to the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America. Sign up for the ER&R club for exclusive vacation deals for healthcare professionals at CheapCaribbean.com/ERR-club and receive an initial promo code of $150 off your next vacation. If you haven't already, please follow, rate, and review the podcast, follow us on Instagram @TheWoMed and check out womedpodcast.com. Plus, give us a follow on TikTok @thewomedpodcast. Be sure to follow your hosts personally @dmmaltby and @jackiethefnp and be sure to check out @riothealers! WoMed Cover Art — Makeup: Annelise Carey, MUA/LME @annelisemua & Photography: Brooke Boling @honorcreative Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The building that kicked off I.M. Pei's career as a building architect also featured prominently in the city where two current staffers went to college. The NCAR Mesa Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado is the subject of This Week in Tech History, where Faith and Chris talk about the importance of the building, the design, and I.M. Pei's career. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 253: Bryce Eddy is joined by Pastor Jeff Durbin. He is the head of End Abortion Now and a teaching elder at Apologia Church in Mesa, Arizona—a role that he has fulfilled since its founding in 2010. Putting the "MAN" back in mankind! Visit https://www.friendofbryce.com/ to get your free copy of Alliance Entrust's book on financial stewardship, 'Wisdom Before Wealth'. Go to https://www.goodranchers.com to receive FREE applewood-smoked bacon with every subscription. Also, use code Bryce for $20 off your order. Text BRYCE to 989898 to claim your free info kit on converting an IRA or 401k into an IRA in precious metals with Birch Gold. BE A THREAT TO THE GREAT RESET! Please subscribe and follow us on the following platforms! Rumble - https://rumble.com/c/TheBryceEddyShow Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0S9VEEBrxdXaKdLvSHPue6 Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-bryce-eddy-show/id1635204267 Google Podcast - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9vbW55LmZtL3Nob3dzL2xpYmVydHktc3RhdGlvbi9wbGF5bGlzdHMvbGliZXJ0eS1zdGF0aW9uLnJzcw Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thebryceeddyshow/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 253: Bryce Eddy is joined by Pastor Jeff Durbin. He is the head of End Abortion Now and a teaching elder at Apologia Church in Mesa, Arizona—a role that he has fulfilled since its founding in 2010.Putting the "MAN" back in mankind!Visit https://www.friendofbryce.com/ to get your free copy of Alliance Entrust's book on financial stewardship, 'Wisdom Before Wealth'.Go to https://www.goodranchers.com to receive FREE applewood-smoked bacon with every subscription. Also, use code Bryce for $20 off your order.Text BRYCE to 989898 to claim your free info kit on converting an IRA or 401k into an IRA in precious metals with Birch Gold.BE A THREAT TO THE GREAT RESET!Please subscribe and follow us on the following platforms!Rumble - https://rumble.com/c/TheBryceEddyShowSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0S9VEEBrxdXaKdLvSHPue6Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-bryce-eddy-show/id1635204267Google Podcast - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9vbW55LmZtL3Nob3dzL2xpYmVydHktc3RhdGlvbi9wbGF5bGlzdHMvbGliZXJ0eS1zdGF0aW9uLnJzcwInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/thebryceeddyshow/
We'll say it again, love when a hometown boy makes good..no big, just part of the biggest video game in the world..that mo cap suit looks super uncomfortable…ah y BAFTA nominated too…yeah, the children of immigrants know no bounds…VO is just as hard…representation even matters in video games…Bleach, Clorox, all anime should be about cleaning products…hard work pays off…soap acting is boot camp…can take the boy outta Miami, but can't take croquetas outta the boy…if you don't pivot, you go extinct…and now he gets to hit up Comic-Con…yet another New World graduate…oye Miami, take a page from LA and tranquilizate a bit…shout out to our boy at 305 Pride… Theme Song: Pero Let Me Freestyle, composed by Michael Angelo Lomlplex - the Official Gay Guy Pero…Let Me Tell You shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/pero-let-me-tell-you-podcast?ref_id=26603
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Understanding mesa-optimization using toy models, published by tilker on May 7, 2023 on LessWrong. Overview Solving the problem of mesa-optimization would probably be easier if we understood how models do search internally We are training GPT-type models on the toy task of solving mazes and studying them in both a mechanistic interpretability and behavioral context. This post lays out our model training setup, hypotheses we have, and the experiments we are performing and plan to perform. Experimental results will be forthcoming in our next post. We invite members of the LW community to challenge our hypotheses and the potential relevance of this line of work. We will follow up soon with some early results. Our main source code is open source, and we are open to collaborations. Introduction Some threat models of misalignment presuppose the existence of an agent which has learned to perform a search over actions to effectively achieve goals. Such a search process might involve exploring different sequences of actions in parallel and evaluating the best sequence of actions to achieve some goal. To deepen our understanding of what it looks like when models are actually performing search, we chose to train simple GPT-2 like models to find the shortest paths through mazes. Maze-solving models provide a tractable and interesting object of study, as the structure of both the problem and solutions is extensively studied. This relative simplicity makes identifying and understanding search through the lens of mechanistic and behavioral experiments much more concrete than working with pre-trained LLMs and more feasible in the context of limited computational resources. Connections to mesa-optimization Mesa-optimizers are learned optimizers for an objective that can be distinct from the base-objective. Inner misalignment can occur when the AI system develops an internal optimization process that inadvertently leads to the pursuit of an unintended goal. In the context of search, the propensity for mesa-optimization may be increased as the system explores various future states, potentially identifying alternative objectives that appear at least as rewarding or efficient in achieving the desired outcome. Existing literature on search has highlighted the potential for unintended consequences of search in ML systems. One lens of viewing the problem of mesa-optimization is that the behavior of a system changes in an undesirable way upon a distributional shift, and we believe that mazes provide a number of mechanisms to create such distributional shifts. Training setup We first aim to train a transformer model to predict the shortest path between a given start and end position in a maze. The maze exists as a 2D grid, with each position on the grid encoded as a single token. For example, a 5x5 maze has 25 coordinates that have corresponding tokens in the vocabulary. To the transformer, the maze is described as: An adjacency list containing all connections between pairs of positions: for example, (0,0) (0,1). A "wall" in the maze is merely a missing connection between positions in the maze, but otherwise not explicitly stated. The start and end positions are coordinates on the maze grid, such as (3,3) and (4,0), respectively. A training example contains a maze (as an adjacency list), start and end coordinates, and a path consisting of position tokens We use an autoregressive decoder-only transformer model (implemented using TransformerLens), which (at inference) makes predictions one token at a time based on previously generated tokens. Our transformer models incorporate layer normalization and MLP layers by default. One training sample consists of a maze, as well as a unique path connecting randomly selected origin and target coordinates (circle and cross). The solved maze shown abo...
2500 DelMonte Street: The Oral History of Tower Records
Was Arthur Moorhead the greatest jazz buyer that ever worked at Tower Records? Stan Goman believes that is the case. Growing up in Arizona, Arthur became a proficient trombone player and obsessed with jazz, movie soundtracks and orchestral music. By his own admission he was almost completely ignorant of pop music, except The Beatles. As a young teenager, his weekends consisted of hopping on a bus with a friend and making the rounds of Arizona record storeslooking for records. Eventually he worked for a local record store called Recordland in Phoenix and Mesa, Arizona.In 1975 Arthur moved to San Francisco to pursue a career as a professional trombone player, as opportunities in Phoenix were few & far between. Needing a day job, he entered Tower Records Columbus & Bay. As luck would have it the current jazz buyer was planning to leave for a job with a catering company. Arthur's interview consisted of Stan Goman and the current jazz buyer interviewing him with very basic jazz questions Arthur aced and he was hired on the spot. For the next five years, Arthur worked at Tower by day and evenings as a trombonist.Through his tenure at Columbus & Bay, Arthur got to know the heads of the record labels and was approached by the US Managing Director of ECM Records which at the time was distributed by Warner Bros. Records, to be the National Sales Manager for ECM based out of New York City. For the next 40 years, Arthur worked in the WEA family of labels spending time with Elektra, Atlantic, Rhino and Nonesuch. At Nonesuch Arthur worked with John Adams, Steve Reich, Johnny Greenwood, Pat Metheny, David Byrne, Wilco, Fleet Foxes, Bill Frisell, Randy Newman and a host of other amazing artists. Arthur was also a producer, executive producer and reissue supervisor on many projects.
Mesa City Councilmember Scott Somers sits down with Scott Kooiman to talk about Colorado River water issues, Mesa's water management, and ways Arizona homeowners can conserve our most important natural resource.
The B-Movie Cast is drowning in Spanish guitar riffs in this episode as Mary, Nic and Juan check out “Mesa of Lost Women” from 1953. This film has way more plot than story, gratuitous flamenco guitar, and a whole lot of actors who look like they want to be somewhere else! So, grab your bug
Hoy en la mesa de redacción con Marina Martínez Vicens, Aneyma León y David Martos.
Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa Fellowship for a two-part look at double parsha "Emor" (Leviticus/Vayikra chapters 21through 24). And this time the parsha contains references to a lot of things that don't even exist any more, which - as we will see - make it all the MORE relevant. The Erev Shabbat reading of the parsha is again first; 'command' (emor) Aaron, it says, about things that have to do with his priesthood. Not only does that line no longer exist (at least, as such) - but much of the strictures are 'insensitive' and "NOT-PC" on top of it. Which certainly should tell us SOMETHING. https://hebrewnationonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/SSM-5-5-23-Emor-teaching-only-bad-recording-x.mp3 One of the interesting aspects of this parsha is how much has to do with things we can NOT do, either because most of us are not of the line of cohenim, which may be lost anyway, or are things we've been LIED to about, and told don't matter any more - like His 'appointed times.' But in fact, the opposite is probably true, and for reasons that might not have even been conceivable only even a few months ago. So in the Sabbath day midrash, Mark suggests an entirely different approach to the lessons here. "Emor: Dueling 'Priesthoods' - Melek-Tzadik or AI" https://hebrewnationonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/WT-CooH-5-6-23-Emor-a-Priesthood-of-Melek-Tzadik-or-AI-edited-bad-audio-podcasat-xx.mp3 Note: Apologies for the audio quality. Mark installed a brand new audio panel, had it working well, and then Windows decided to change the software configuration. So this is a 'backup' recording. The combined two-part podcast is here:
Astillero Informa con Julio Astillero
Monreal, ¡actorazo!; Marcelo, ¿a qué juega?; Claudia, muy perfilada; Noroña, creciendoLink para hacer donaciones vía PayPal:https://www.paypal.me/julioastilleroCuenta para hacer transferencias a cuenta BBVA a nombre de Julio Hernández López: 1539408017CLABE: 012 320 01539408017 2Tienda:https://julioastillerotienda.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hoy en la Mesa de Redacción con Marina Martínez Vicens, Juanma Romero y Robert Calvo.
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¿Qué hacer ante crisis migratoria? México sigue sujeto a políticas de EU: Ravelo y RonquilloLink para hacer donaciones vía PayPal:https://www.paypal.me/julioastilleroCuenta para hacer transferencias a cuenta BBVA a nombre de Julio Hernández López: 1539408017CLABE: 012 320 01539408017 2Tienda:https://julioastillerotienda.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Ravelo apoya políticas del presidente de El Salvador; Ronquillo rechaza esos espejismosLink para hacer donaciones vía PayPal:https://www.paypal.me/julioastilleroCuenta para hacer transferencias a cuenta BBVA a nombre de Julio Hernández López: 1539408017CLABE: 012 320 01539408017 2Tienda:https://julioastillerotienda.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hoy en la Mesa de Redacción Marina Martínez Vicens, Juanma Romero y Robert Calvo.
Blake is in Mesa and wants Gunner to razz her husband Lee, who works for a local printing company. They print stationery, wedding invites, posters, t-shirts... stuff like that. So Gunner is going to call Lee as a potential client for some wedding invitations... but Gunner needs him to do him a solid on this order... How will Lee react?
The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText
Rated "Best Executive Golf Course" by the Arizona Republic, Augusta Ranch Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona is an 18-hole, par 61 golf course renowned for its exceptional playing conditions, friendly service, and challenging layout. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by Mindful "U", Don Rea, PGA, gives us an overview of Augusta Ranch, talks about being named the "Best Executive Golf Course" in The Grand Canyon State, details his time with the PGA of America, and his year as Vice President of this organization. He also talks about growing the game, adding Toptracer, his relationship with Jay Karen, and he tackles slow play. This was an unforgettable conversation and an honor having Don on this show. Let's tee off.
La mesa de redacción, con Aneyma León, Marina Martínez Vicens y Robert Calvo.
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MCCI y Latinus: notas infladas, verdades a medias, nado sincronizado, “hacer creer”Link para hacer donaciones vía PayPal:https://www.paypal.me/julioastilleroCuenta para hacer transferencias a cuenta BBVA a nombre de Julio Hernández López: 1539408017CLABE: 012 320 01539408017 2Tienda:https://julioastillerotienda.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Irregularidades y amiguismos en Conacyt, pero reforma debe aplicarse con cuidadoLink para hacer donaciones vía PayPal:https://www.paypal.me/julioastilleroCuenta para hacer transferencias a cuenta BBVA a nombre de Julio Hernández López: 1539408017CLABE: 012 320 01539408017 2Tienda:https://julioastillerotienda.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Arturo, Témoris y Arnoldo se desbordan en críticas por temas laboral y sindicalLink para hacer donaciones vía PayPal:https://www.paypal.me/julioastilleroCuenta para hacer transferencias a cuenta BBVA a nombre de Julio Hernández López: 1539408017CLABE: 012 320 01539408017 2Tienda:https://julioastillerotienda.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, we're joined by Adrianne Meldrum. Adrianne Meldrum is the founder and owner of Made for Math (MFM), an all-online math center focused on serving students with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and math learning disabilities. She is a certified Multisensory Math Instructor through Marilyn Zecher. She holds a Master's Degree from Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity. Adrianne is married with three boys and lives in Mesa, AZ where she enjoys poolside living. We chat with Adrianne about using a multisensory approach to teaching math, how challenged learners can benefit from this approach, and so much more! Resources mentioned in this episode: Listen Up: Five Stellar Science of Reading Podcasts Worth Trying Multisensory Math Activities That Really Work Difficulties Evolve into Doors: The HOPE for Students with Dyscalculia Interview with Dr. Xin, creator of Conceptual Model-Based Problem Solving (COMPS) Marilynzecher.com Asdec.org Professor Sharma - Mathematics for All Science of Math - Facebook Community Effective Teaching Strategies for Dyscalculia and Learning Difficulties in Mathematics by Marie Pascale Noel and Giannis Karagiannakis Mathematics for Dyslexics and Dyscalculics by Steve Chinn Discovering Dyscalculia: One Family's Journey with a Math Disability by Laura Jackson 2.13 The Science of Learning Is multisensory math for your child (Quiz) Unlocking Dyscalculia Web Series Casey on TpT - The Dyslexia Classroom or The Dyslexia Classroom Emily on TpT - The Literacy Nest or The Literacy Nest For more from Adrianne Meldrum, check out her website Made for Math. You can also connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. We officially have merch! Show your love for the Together in Literacy podcast with a t-shirt or sweatshirt! If you like this episode, please take a few minutes to rate, review, and subscribe. Your support and encouragement are so appreciated! Have a question you'd like us to cover in a future episode of Together in Literacy? Email us at email@example.com! If you'd like more from Together in Literacy, you can check out our website, Together in Literacy, or follow us on Facebook and Instagram. For more from Emily, check out The Literacy Nest. For more from Casey, check out The Dyslexia Classroom. Thank you for listening and joining us in this exciting and educational journey into dyslexia as we come together in literacy!
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Noroña parece quedar fuera del corcholataje oficial; se calienta la interna morenistaLink para hacer donaciones vía PayPal:https://www.paypal.me/julioastilleroCuenta para hacer transferencias a cuenta BBVA a nombre de Julio Hernández López: 1539408017CLABE: 012 320 01539408017 2Tienda:https://julioastillerotienda.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Journey Community Church - La Mesa, CA
This spring marks 30 years since the founding of Journey Community Church and God has been faithful every step of the way.
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En el PAN predomina corriente gansteril; oposición no tiene ángel, carisma ni propuestasLink para hacer donaciones vía PayPal:https://www.paypal.me/julioastilleroCuenta para hacer transferencias a cuenta BBVA a nombre de Julio Hernández López: 1539408017CLABE: 012 320 01539408017 2Tienda:https://julioastillerotienda.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
De Dios Para Ti Hoy - Nueva Esperanza
VIERNES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2023 DE DIOS PARA TI, HOY “Y tomó el pan y dio gracias, y lo partió y les dio, diciendo: Esto es mi cuerpo, que por vosotros es dado; haced esto en memoria de mí. De igual manera, después que hubo cenado, tomó la copa, diciendo: Esta copa es el nuevo pacto en mi sangre, que por vosotros se derrama.” (Lucas 22:19-20) ¿Olvidamos cuán fuerte es lo temporal compitiendo con lo eterno? El Señor lo sabe muy bien. En un mundo lleno de entretenimientos aparentemente “sanos” que nos enfrían espiritualmente, Jesús nos llama a hacer memoria de su amoroso sacrificio y renovar nuestra experiencia de salvación en la Mesa de la Comunión. Lo temporal pierde su valor cuando recordamos que no somos eternos. (Gina Sánchez) -- Te damos la bienvenida a nuestras reflexiones diarias. Cada día leemos y meditamos en una porción bíblica, para encontrar revelación de Dios que encamine nuestros pasos y haga próspero nuestro camino. Esto es… DE DIOS, PARA TI, HOY. ....... http://www.findnewhope.com/nueva-esperanza ....... www.facebook.com/PastoresRobertoyYamiley ....... Pastores Roberto y Yamiley, De Dios Para Ti Hoy - New Hope en Español , Brandon, FL (813) 689-4161
Hoy en La Mesa de Redacción con Marina Martínez Vicens, Juanma Romero y Jaume Mas
Techno Music - Techno Live Sets Podcast
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AC/DC's 1978 banger, POWERAGE (pronounced like voltage, amperage, and sausage; NOT like volt-AGE, amper-AGE, or saus-AGE) is undoubtedly one of “the most 1978 sounding” albums that has ever been released in rock and metal. And after giving it a listen, you'll undoubtedly agree. It's the first album to feature Cliff Williams on bass, the first album to not have a title track and (perhaps most importantly) it's the favorite AC/DC album of both Keith Richards and Edward Van Halen. Relative to the rest of their catalog, POWERAGE is quite simply an album beyond comparison. Prepare to plug in “all three inputs” and remember that “you gotta bro up before you glow up” when talking to your “uncle cousin” (even if he “identifies as a noun”). Behold the advancements in “alien technology”, accept the “invitation” of embracing the uniqueness of the moment and JOIN US for the incomparable 1978-ness of AC/DC's POWERAGE. 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Follow us on the Socials: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Can't be LOUD Enough Playlist on Spotify Metal Nerdery Munchies on YouTube @metalnerderypodcast CHECK OUT AC/DC ON THE INTERWEBS https://www.acdc.com/ Show Notes: (00:01): A new flan-nah and jun-jun that's an exception… (“It starts with #flannaah) / #flunjun #combomeal / “It's like #combofajitas dude…” / killer #albumcovers / A little clinky… / #theunscrewing #thisepisodesclinkyoftheepisode #RevelStoke #Smoregasm (“If I lick your knee, you're gonna know it…”) / ***WARNING: #listenerdiscretionisadvised*** / “That is trouble in a bottle…” / Butterscotch vs graham cracker flavor… #sugarequalshangover #Smoregasm (Toasted S'Mores Flavored Whiskey) / ***WELCOME BACK TO THE METAL NERDERY PODCAST with all the motherfucking anesthesia…*** / #thisepisodesbeeroftheepisode / #episode192 #athensgeorgia #sportswords #nationalchampions #AkademiaBrewingCompany #BornToFall (NOTE: they're a #southerndeathmetaltrio from right here in #Georgia! #GeorgiaDeathMetal) #ColdIPA #badassalbumcover (“That's some weird #bondage shit…”) / “In collaboration with #GuillotineAD #BornToFall “(***SEND US A VOICEMAIL AT 980-666-8182 to be played on a future episode!!!***) / “New carpet smell…” / (Definitely serve them super cold). #ColdIPA (vs the regular #IPA) (07:44): #whateverthefuckyouare (hahahaha: whatever the fuck you are…I'm sure it's a noun). / There's a lot of bands that do beer (fucking A, we should do a Metal Nerdery Podcast beer…) / #voicemailbox / #TheVoiceMailSegment / “A call from someone who claims to #identify as a lady…” / #allthreeinputs / “How are his tits?” / #astrongacup (“they're like good “A”s”) / “That's what I'm talking about… / “You've gotta bro up before you glow up, bruh…” / “We've got one more…” #youpeopleareablessing #thatsmyname (“Laughing tits off is good…”) / #abitofachallenge to #liveinthemoment (it's called #genre)…basically make every new experience it's own unique experience without going straight to a comparison (A well understood and eloquently stated perspective; #thankyouforthat)…the default is the comparison; that's just how we are, but that is also a good perspective to carry forward with new metal as there is a shit tonne of it everywhere. / “Personally, I think that might have been Elon…”/ #Trip6 #Revelation1318 #LastTestamentLastBook (“Yeah?”) / “We've got all kinds of shittah…” / #macrodong (12:53): WE'LL PLAY YOUR SHIT-TAH!!! #MonaBorland ROCK & ROLL RANDY SAVAGE (#oooohyeeeeuhhhh) / “It's gotta be a meme…” / “They were strong A's, man…” / (Not AT ALL what we thought it would be) / Not to beat the whole comparison thing into the floor, but if I had to pick a guitar sound I'd say more Mesa than Marshall…maybe Rectifiers…that tone effectively dominated the 90's and 2000's… / “But guess what…?” / “It has notes of oak and butthole…” / #terminalbuttholecancer #beststonermetalbandnameever / They do NOT sound like the same band… BLOOD (Thanks Dylan!) / “What am I gonna say?” / “For this episode, you're cutoff, buddy…” (18:34): #TheDocket / Rapidly rocketing toward's Russell's favorite #ACDC album, but first: AC/DC'S 1978 RELEASE POWERAGE!!! / Proper pronunciation / An interview with #EVH about most influential albums (NOTE: The interview includes remarks about most influential riffs. I found a very short summary of that interview where it's mentioned…and he says it as Powerage vs Power-AGE) / #epiconmicburp #onmicburpASMR / #TheTracking / ***How'd you like to be at a show where Black Sabbath is headlining and AC/DC is opening!?*** / “Whenever #timetravel becomes possible, we're going to see concerts in the 70's” / “It sounds like 1978…” #unclecousin (“There's a few Youngs involved with AC/DC…”) / “Not #comedycentral… #kommiecentral…” / “It didn't grab me like the other ones…” / “I heard #SinCity on 96 Rock in the daytime…” / “It might be a 3-way toss up…” / “You can tell that this was right before #HighwayToHell in terms of production…” (Or light years…or #bolth) / “Most of Highway to Hell…is hits…” / #hooky (“we can still compare…yeah?”) / “Ohhh the fucking pizza is here…” / #rimshot (“Unzip your pants…”) / “I hope nobody gives you the mic, dude…” / #scottishaccentASMR / AC/DC had a significant catalog throughout the 70s…it seems vast and yet abbreviated / #onmicburpASMR / Different album versions for different countries & parts of the world / “Aren't we past being offended by things?” (28:28): #fridaynightenergy #killeropener ROCK AND ROLL DAMNATION #pictureday #olanmillsASMR / “Take a chance while you still got the choice!” / “See what I did there?” / “I stuck my finger in it before to add the sweetness…” / #justmypinky (“On that note…I'm outta here!”) / The difference between the Bon Scott era vs the #Brian Johnson era (specifically the 70's & 80's eras). / Some people might call that #incomparable / “It looks like the sun but smaller…” / #challengefailed DOWN PAYMENT BLUES / “How do you know it's not pronounced…Moot Lonjie?” #maybeheswrong (37:17): GIMME A BULLET (“I'll make believe it's you…”) / “You know what he was talking about right there?” / ***Definitely go watch the video of this next one…it's fucking rad! *** / RIFF RAFF (“Always good for a laugh…”) #hahaha / #goodfirstconcert / You can totally feel the rowdiness in that crowd! / ***NOTE: this might actually be Matt's favorite, upon further evaluation*** / “Just to embrace the theme of the show…you can't really compare those two…” / Keith Richards is also a big fan of the #Powerage / ***Who wrote better riffs: Eddie Van Halen or Angus Young? *** (43:27): #killeropener #sidetwo (“I did hear this on #96RockInTheDaytime …”) #creepyspokenbeerburp SIN CITY #shangrila #themiddlepart #laddersandsnakes (“Ain't got a hope in Hell…”) / One of the best riff bands from back in the day… / “It's incomparable is what I'm saying…” #thewordoftheshow / #WFO #widefuckingopen / Interesting conspiracy theory / #flatearthASMR / “While we're on it…I've just gotta mention…” / ***When did #UFOs get rebranded as #UAPs?*** / #alienttechnology #conspiracytheoryASMR / “Would you date an alien?” (“No…possibly…”) / “It's like #GoldenCorral…” #vaginabuffet. (52:56): WHAT'S NEXT TO THE MOON (“Superman was out of town…”) / How many different ways can we say “Yes”? / #herewego #youcantusethatword / “There's certain words, you can drop the R and it still means the same thing.”/ “How many eyes does the #googoldragon have?” (Googol: That's 1 with 100 zeros after it btw) / GONE SHOOTIN' (Bon was such a visual lyricist…his words went so well with the music). / “Maybe she squirts…” / ***The return of #Metalocolypse !!!*** / #macrodose / “Stoners completely #macrodose their #medications” / The difference between #medicalweed vs #recreationalweed which are #bolth forms of #legalweed (Get your shit together, Georgia!) / #medicalgradeTHCASMR / #RussellsReflectionsASMR / “Peanut butter fudge…” / “They weren't watching me…” / “Forking food down my #facehole…” / #tragicwaste / The importance of #setandsetting (1:03:45): UP TO MY NECK IN YOU / “Aggressive…juiciness?” #pickattack / And now… the #killercloser (“A very strong might…”) / “That's a bold statement…” (“See? #Postitute”) / ***someone should do a mashup of Let There Be Rock and KICKED IN THE TEETH *** / “Hard lickin…that's right.” / “Now you made it weird…” / ***THANK YOU FOR JOINING US FOR THIS INCREDIBLY INCOMPARABLE EPISODE OF METAL NERDERY PODCAST!!!*** / Anyone remember #MiamiVice and #MattHouston? / ***Please leave us a rating and/or comment and/or bolth wherever you get your podcasts!!!*** / ***Come JOIN US in the #BunkerpoonGiftShoppe to purchandise your #MetalNerderyMerchandise at metalnerdery.com/merch *** / #outroreel #untilthenext #kneelicker
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Roots Student Ministry Podcast
Everyone goes through struggles and hardships. But what are we supposed to do about them? This week, we look at the story where Jesus heals the blind man in John 9. In this story, we see that our hardships that we go through are ways that God can show Himself to be faithful in our lives.
Visual artist and poet José Faus, journalist C.J. Janovy, and writer Desideria Mesa, join host Whitney Terrell live from the Unbound Book Festival in Columbia, Missouri, to discuss Kansas City's literary legacy and its future. The group focuses on new book ban legislation, as well a white homeowner's recent shooting of Black teenager Ralph Yarl, who mistakenly knocked on his door. Mesa reflects on the Mexican boxcar community and how that history is still relevant and present in the city today. Faus talks about the Latino Writers Collective and The Kansas City Defender, two prominent Kansas City literary forces. Janovy discusses recent legislation restricting the rights of transgender people in Kansas and Missouri and a vote by the Missouri House of Representatives to defund libraries. Each author reads a short section of their work. To hear the full episode, subscribe through iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app (include the forward slashes when searching). You can also listen by streaming from the player below. Check out video versions of our interviews on the Fiction/Non/Fiction Instagram account, the Fiction/Non/Fiction YouTube Channel, and our show website: https://www.fnfpodcast.net/ This episode of the podcast was produced by Rachel Layton and Anne Kniggendorf. José Faus The Life and Times of José Calderon “This Town Like That” C.J. Janovy No Place Like Home Desideria Mesa Bindle Punk Bruja Others: Unbound Book Festival Fiction/Non/Fiction, Season 5 Episode 12 - Intimate Contact: Garth Greenwell on Book Bans and Writing About Sex Fiction/Non/Fiction, Season 5 Episode 13 - Censoring the American Canon: Farah Jasmine Griffin on Book Bans Targeting Black Writers “In Kansas City, Wrong Door Shooting Reopens Questions About Racism” - New York Times “Missouri House Republicans Want to Defund Libraries. Here's Why” - PBS News Hour Latino Writers Collective Dan Jaffe Sharat Chandra Michelle Boisseau David Ray Ernest Hemingway Langston Hughes Gordon Parks Gwendolyn Brooks William Stafford Evan Connell Glenn North Hadara Bar-Nadav Anne Boyer The Kansas City Star Calvin Trillin The Kansas City Defender Emanuel Cleaver II Quinton Lucas Richard L. Berkeley Kansas City (Movie) Jay McShann William (Count) Basie Bennie Moten Charlie Parker Strawberry Hill “ACLU Sues Missouri Over Book Ban Law that Pushed School Libraries to Remove Hundreds of Titles” - KCUR “Racism and Fascism” by Toni Morrison “Kansas Bans Transgender Athletes from Women's, Girls' Sports” - Associated Press Westboro Baptist Church “Caitlyn Jenner: The Full Story” - Vanity Fair “Local Organizations Promote Understanding of Transgender Residents with Billboard” - The Collegian, Kansas State University Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ambition and confidence are two concepts that make an artist. These ideas can take different forms and trajectories, but artists can accomplish anything with talent and a supportive community. In this episode of The Unfinished Print, I speak with one artist who exudes ambition and confidence. Daryl Howard is a mokuhanga printmaker and artist who lives and works in Austin, Texas. What drew me to Daryl's work is her desire to maintain the mokuhanga tradition, putting both body and soul into her mokuhanga. Daryl speaks with me about her evolution as a mokuhanga printmaker, her travels, her community, and her time with Hodaka Yoshida. Please follow The Unfinished Print and my own mokuhanga work on Instagram @andrezadoroznyprints or email me at email@example.com Notes: may contain a hyperlink. Simply click on the highlighted word or phrase. Artists works follow after the note. Pieces are mokuhanga unless otherwise noted. Daryl Howard - website, Instagram Time Of Smoke That Thunders (2022) Sam Houston State University - is a public research university located in Huntsville, Texas, USA. Established in 1879 to educate teachers for Texas public schools, SHSU has evolved into a school which offers subjects in criminal justice, Texas studies, and is known for its athletics. intaglio printing - is a printing method, also called etching, using metal plates such as zinc, and copper, creating “recessed” areas which are printed with ink on the surface of these "recesses.” More info, here. The MET has info, here. lithography - is a printing process which requires a stone or aluminum plate, and was invented in the 18th Century. More info, here from the Tate. serigraphy - is another word for the art of silk screen printing. Silk screen printing can be in on various materials, silk, canvas, paper. Stanley Lea (1930-2017) - was a Texas printmaker and teacher of printmaking at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. Texas A&M - established in 1876 as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, Texas A&M is a research University in College Station, Texas which has a variety of subjects and programs, more info here. Yokota Airbase, Tōkyō (横田飛行場,) - established in 1940 as Tama Airbase for the Japanese Air Force, converted in 1945 as an American military base used in the Korean War and the Cold War. Dr. Richard Lane (1926-2002) - was a collector of Japanese prints. He was also an author and dealer in Japanese art. Tsukioka Yoshitoshi 1839-1892 (月岡 芳年) was a mokuhanga designer who is famous for his prints depicting violence and gore. His work is powerful, colourful, and one of the last vibrant moments of the ukiyo-e genre of woodblock prints. More information about Yoshitoshi's life and his copious amount of work can be found, here. Yūten Shami - Fudō Myōō threatening the priest Yūten Shami (1867) shin hanga - is a style of Japanese woodblock printmaking which began during the end of the ukiyo-e period of Japanese printmaking, in the early 20th Century. Focusing on the foreign demand for “traditional” Japanese imagery and motifs such as castles, bridges, famous landscapes, bamboo forests, to name just a few. Shin hanga was born in 1915 by Watanabe Shōzaburō (1885-1962) when he found Austrian artist Frtiz Capelari (1884-1950) and commissioned Capelari to design some prints for Watanabe's feldgling printing house . From there shin-hanga evolved into its own distinct “new” style of Japanese woodblock printing. It lasted as this distinct style until its innevitable decline after the Second World War (1939-1945). Tachikawa, Tōkyō - 立川市 - is a city located in the metropolis of Tōkyō. It had an American military presence until 1977. For some tourist info, you can find it here. surimono (摺物)- are privately commissioned woodblock prints, usually containing specialty techniques such as mica, and blind embossing. Below is Heron and Iris, (ca. 1770's) by Andō Hiroshige (1797-1858). This print is from David Bull's reproduction of that work. You can find more info about that project, here. Kunitachi - 国立市 - is a city located within the metropolis of Tōkyō. Originally a part of the 44 stations Kōshū Kaidō (甲州街道), a road which connected Edo to Kai Prefecture (Yamanashi). Hodaka Yoshida (1926-1995) - was the second son of woodblock printmaker and designer Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950). Hodaka Yoshida's work was abstract, beginning with painting and evolving into printmaking. His inspirations varied as his career continued throughout his life, but Hodaka Yoshida's work generally focused on nature, "primitive" art, Buddhism, the elements, and landscapes. Hodaka Yoshida's print work used woodcut, photo etching, collage, and lithography, collaborating with many of these mediums and making original and fantastic works. Outside of prints Hodaka Yoshida also painted and created sculptures. White House O.J. From My Collection (1980) lithograph Fujio Yoshida (1887-1997) - the wife of Hiroshi Yoshida and the mother of Tōshi Yoshida (1911-1995) and Hodaka Yoshida. Fujio was so much more than a mother and wife. She had a long and storied career as a painter and printmaker. Fujio's work used her travels and personal experiences to make her work. Subjects such as Japan during The Pacific War, abstraction, portraits, landscapes, still life, and nature were some of her themes. Her painting mediums were watercolour and oil. Her print work was designed by her and carved by Fujio. Red Canna (1954) Chizuko Yoshida (1924-2017) - was the wife of painter and printmaker Hodaka Yoshida. Beginning as an abstract painter, Chizuko, after a meeting with sōsaku hanga printmaker Onchi Kōshirō (1891-1955), Chizuko became interested in printmaking. Chizuko enjoyed the abstraction of art, and this was her central theme of expression. Like all Yoshida artists, travel greatly inspired Chizuko's work. She incorporated the colours and flavours of the world into her prints. Butterfly Dance (1985) zinc plate and mokuhanga Ayomi Yoshida - is the daughter of Chizuko and Hodaka Yoshida. She is a visual artist who works in mokuhanga, installations and commercial design. Ayomi's subject matter is colour, lines, water, and shape. She teaches printmaking and art. You can find more info here. Spring Rain (2018) University of Texas at Austin - is a public research university in Austin, Texas, USA. Founded in 1883, the University of Texas at Austin has undergraduate and graduate programs. You can find more information here. Lee Roy Chesney III (1945-2021) - was a printmaker and professor at the Universitty of Texas at Austin. William Kelly Fearing (1918-2011) - was an award winning painter, printmaker, and artist who was professor Emiritus at the University of Texas at Austin. His work focused on landscapes, religious imagery, and the human figure. Abstract Figure in Oil (1947) oil on canvas Ban Hua: Chinese woodblock prints - There is a lot of information regarding Chinese woodblock printing. The history of Chinese woodblock goes back centuries, longer than the Japanese method. Modern Chinese printmaking began after Mao's Cultural Revolution, strongly connected by the writings and work of philosopher, academic, and artist Lu Xun (1881-1936), who established the Modern Woodcut Movement. First, check out the work of the Muban Educational Trust based in England. More info can be found here and here at Artelino; for Lu Xun's history, you can find more information here. Victoria Falls - is a large waterfall located on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe in South Africa. It is also known as Mosi-oa-Tunya or "The Smoke That Thunders" in the Bantu language of Sotho. The falls are 1,708 meters and 108 meters high. Wacom -Wacom - is a Japanese company that began in 1983. It produces intuitive touch screen display tablets. It has offices in the US and Europe. Photoshop - is a raster graphics editor created by Adobe. It allows the user to create and edit images for graphic design, typography, and graphic design. Akua - are water-based pigments used in intaglio, mokuhanga, and monotype. Winsor & Newton - is a British artist supply company, started in 1832, which sells artist materials such as pigments, brushes, paper, etc. You can find more info, here. Guerra & Paint Pigment Corp. - is a brick and mortar store located in Brooklyn, New York that sells artists pigments. More info, here. Dallas Museum of Art - is an art museum established in 1903 and contains art collections from all over the world and from many periods of history. Some of the collections on the DMA are African, American, Asian, European, Contemporary, and Pre-Columbian/Pacific Rim. More info can be found here. Impressionism - is an art movement founded by Claude Monet (1840-1926), Edgar Degas (1834-1917) and other artists in France. The movement was from 1874-1886 and focused on suburban leisure outside Paris. The Impressionist movement launched into the public consciousness in 1874 at the Anonymous Society of Sculptors and Painters and Printmakers exhibition. More information about the Impressionist movement can be found here at The Met. Blanton Museum of Art - founded in 1963 at the University of Texas at Austin. It houses collections of European, modern, contemporary, Latin American, and Western American Art. You can find more information here. Albrecht Dührer (1471-1528) was a painter and author famous for making detailed devotional works with woodcuts. You can find out more from The Met here for more information about his life and work. The Great Wave off Kanagawa - is a woodblock print designed by Katsushika Hokusai in 1831. It is very famous. Pop Wave Orange by Daryl Howard (2021) Bridge In The Rain (After Hiroshige) - was a painting painted by Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) in the style of woodblock print designer Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858). baren - is a Japanese word used to describe a flat, round-shaped disc, predominantly used in creating Japanese woodblock prints. It is traditionally made of a cord of various types and a bamboo sheath, although the baren has many variations. Sharpening brushes on shark skin are traditionally used on mokuhanga brushes that were “sharpened” or softening the brushes bristles rubbing up and down on the shark skin. But today, you can use very fine sandpaper made of silicon carbide (dragon skin). Mokuhanga printmaker John Amoss has a beautiful write-up about using shark skin and its uses here. Echizen - is a region in Fukui Prefecture, Japan associated with Japanese paper making. It has a long history of paper making. There are many paper artisans in the area. One famous paper maker is Iwano Ichibei. He is a Living National Treasure in paper making, and the ninth generation of his family still making paper today. You can find more information in English, and in Japanese. kizuki kozo - is a handmade Japanese paper with many uses. Of a moderate weight and cooked with caustic soda. It is widely available. Shōzaburō Watanabe (1885-1962) - was one of the most important print publishers in Japan in the early 20th Century. His business acumen and desire to preserve the ukiyo-e tradition were incredibly influential for the artists and collectors in Japan and those around the world. Watanabe influenced other publishers, but his work in the genre is unparalleled. The shin-hanga (new print) movement is Watanabe's, collecting some of the best printers, carvers and designers to work for him. A great article by The Japan Times in 2022 discusses a touring exhibition of Watanabe's work called Shin Hanga: New Prints of Japan, which can be found here. Itoya - is a stationary store in the Ginza district of Tōkyō. It has been in business for over 100 years. They have stores in Yokohama, in various malls throughout Japan and at Haneda and Narita airports. More info can be found on their web page (Japanese) and their Instagram. Bunpodo - is a stationery store located in the Jinbōchō district of Tōkyō. It was established in 1887 and is considered the first art store in Japan. More info here. Matcha Japan has a walkthrough of the store here. McClains Woodblock Print Supply Co. - based in Portland, Oregon, McClain's is the go-to supplier of woodblock print tools in the United States. Their website can be found here. The Unfinished Print interview with Daniel Jasa of McClain's can be found here. Wood Like Matsumura - is an online and brick and mortar store, for woodblock printmaking, located in Nerima City, Tōkyō. Cocker-Weber - is a brush manufacturing company based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. It was established in 1892. You can find more information here. Philadelphia Museum of Art - originating with the Centennial Exhibition of 1876, the PMA has over 200,000 pieces of art and objects and is one of the preeminent museums in the US. James A Michener (1907-1997) - a Pulitzer Prize winning writer, scholar and academic who wrote on Japanese prints, amongst many more topics. Mokuhanga Artists Using Laser - many mokuhnaga printmakers today are exploring using laser engraving for their woodblocks rather than hand cutting. Printmakers who use this method are Cal Carlisle, Endi Poskovich, Shinjji Tsuchimochi, and Benjamin Selby. If you know of others, please let me know! Illustrator - is an Adobe product which creates two-dimensional pieces for artists and illustrators. James A McGrath - is an educator and artist who served as Director of Arts for American Schools in Europe; he taught design, painting and poetry at the Institute of American Indian Arts and was the Arts and Humanities Coordinator for the US Department of Defence School in Southeast Asia. He also worked on the Hopi Indian Reservation and returned to the Institute of American Indian Art as dean of the college and Museum Director. He is now retired. You can find some of his work and writings here at The Smithsonian. Hopi Mesa - is the spiritual and physical home of the Hopi tribe in Arizona. It is a group of villages (pueblos) on three mesas. Mesa are flat-topped ridges surrounded by escarpments. More information can be found on Visit Arizona here. National Endowment For The Arts - was established by the US Congress in 1965 and created to fund arts and education in the United States. You can find more information here. Dawson's Springs Museum - is an art museum located in an old bank and was established in 1986 in Dawson's Springs, Kentucky. Karoo Desert - is a semi-desert located in South America and distinguished by the Great Karoo and the Little Karoo. A great article about the Karoo Desert by The Guardian can be found, here Chobe River - also known as the Kwando, is a river which flows from Angola and Namibia. It is known for its wildlife and runs through various National Parks. Kachina - these are the religious beliefs of the Hopi, Zuni, Hopi-Tewa, and Kerasan. It incorporates the supernatural, dancing, and dolls through Ancestor worship. bas relief - is a sculptural technique where figures and designs are carved or moulded onto a flat surface, only slightly raised above the background. Bas relief has been used in art and architecture for thousands of years and is found in various cultures, such as the Egyptians, and Assyrians, during The Rennaisance, until today. Bas relief is used today to decorate buildings, monuments, tombs, and decorative objects such as plaques, medals, and coins. In bas-relief, the figures and designs are typically carved or moulded in shallow relief, with only a few millimetres of depth, creating a subtle, three-dimensional effect that is less dramatic than the more deeply carved high relief. Bas relief can be made from various materials, including stone, wood, metal, and plaster. sepia - is a reddish brown colour. Can be found in various pigments. Duomo di Firenze - is the Florence Cathedral, finished in the 15th Century, using some of the finest architects from Italy. It is associated with the Italian Renaissance. Boston Printmakers - is an organization of international printmakers started in 1947. It holds a Biennial every two years. You can find more information here. The National Gallery of Art - is a free art gallery in Washington D.C. Founded by financier Andrew W. Mellon. The gallery houses more than 150,000 pieces dedicated to education and culture. Construction finished for the West building in 1941. More info can be found here. © Popular Wheat Productions opening and closing musical credit - I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good by The Oscar Peterson Trio (1963) on Verve Records. logo designed and produced by Douglas Batchelor and André Zadorozny Disclaimer: Please do not reproduce or use anything from this podcast without shooting me an email and getting my express written or verbal consent. 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IN EPISODE 129: To build a business or an organization, you need an ensemble. And the best way to do that is to find your watering holes. In Episode 129, Pamela Slim helps us identify our ideal customers and partners through a systematic approach. By creating the "widest net," we can operate within the right ecosystems, forge strategic partnerships with the right people, and nurture relationships the right way. ABOUT PAMELA SLIM: Pamela Slim is an award-winner author, speaker and business coach who works with small business owners ready to scale their businesses and IP. She's advised thousands of entrepreneurs as well as companies serving the small business market such as Keap, Progressive Insurance, Constant Contact and Prezi. Together with Susan Cain, Pam has helped build and launch the Quiet Revolution that's changed the whole conversation on what it means to be an introvert. She is the co-founder with her husband Darryl of the Main Street Learning Lab in Mesa, Arizona, a grassroots, community-based think tank for small business economic acceleration, and is the author of three books, most recently, The Widest Net: Unlock Untapped Markets and Discover Customers Right in Front of You. LINKS: Website: https://pamelaslim.com Book, The Widest Net: https://pamelaslim.com/the-widest-net Main Street Learning Lab: https://pamelaslim.com/ke
Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast
In this week's episode, Joshua Buckley shares the surprises, misconceptions, and lessons learned as a new administrator of two elementary schools. In this episode, we discuss: The differences of teaching vs administration How to create the “Scene” on your campus And his podcast, Punk Rock Classrooms. About Joshua Buckley: Joshua Buckley is an Elementary Assistant Principal in Mesa, Arizona and co-host of the Punk Rock Classrooms podcast. He has been in public education for 17 years as a classroom teacher, local union president, Title I Specialist, and Assistant Principal. Punk Rock Classrooms is currently in its Fourth Season of sharing the power of a punk rock mindset in education. As a teacher and now an administrator Josh has always brought the punk ethos of passion, unity, and DIY to his classrooms and school. Follow Joshua Buckley: Website: www.punkrockclassrooms.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/joshrbuckley Instagram: www.instagram.com/joshrbuckley Follow Punk Rock Classrooms Twitter: www.twitter.com/punkclassrooms Instagram: www.instagram.com/punkclassrooms New OFFICIAL Sponsor of the Aspire to Lead Podcast! [caption id="attachment_4158" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Toddle, Aspire to Lead. Joshua Stamper, Leadership Boot Camp[/caption] This episode is sponsored by Toddle. Toddle is an all-in-one teaching and learning platform used by over 40,000 educators around the world! This year, Toddle is hosting the largest virtual gathering for school leaders across the globe on March 3rd and 4th. Join 5000+ school leaders and leadership experts at #SchoolLeadersBootcamp and learn, connect, and grow with your professional learning network! Get your FREE pass now – https://bit.ly/3WgLHYe Additional Sponsor of the Aspire to Lead Podcast! As a passionate coffee drinker, I am always looking for the best cup of premium coffee. Once Leslie and I tasted Papa Rob's Coffee, we instantly fell in love with the flavor of the Espresso Special Blend. Papa Rob's Coffee is the only coffee we drink and I'm proud to have them as the exclusive sponsor of the podcast! [caption id="attachment_4053" align="alignnone" width="720"]
Central Christian Church Message Podcast
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Video Episode - https://youtube.com/live/zd0ZFI75gpkGet fired up tonight with friends Jorge Mesa (Third Eye Edify) and Slick Dissident, as we have an open ended hangout during tonight's solar eclipse energy. Join this group on telegram to leave us a voice, image, text, or video message to play on the air: https://t.me/viberantcalls Check out my new audiobook narration of Spirit Whirled: A Godsacre For Winds of the Soulhttps://tinyurl.com/2p9xpdn3 EPISODE LINKSThird Eye Edify - https://www.youtube.com/@ErpmindSlick Dissident - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSSMh4fE7dAdhPcdtP0rW2A TELEGRAM LINKSInnerVerse Channel - https://t.me/innerversepodcastInnerVerse Chat - https://t.me/innerversepodcastchat GET TUNEDhttps://www.innerversepodcast.com/sound-healing Get InnerVerse Plus+ and enjoy the second hour of each interview. Free listeners are only getting half of the goodness!https://www.patreon.com/innerversehttps://rokfin.com/creator/innerverse SUPPORT INNERVERSEInnerVerse Merch - https://www.innerversemerch.comTippecanoe Herbs - Use INNERVERSE code at checkout - https://tippecanoeherbs.com/Spirit Whirled: July's End (Audiobook narrated by Chance) - https://tinyurl.com/2dhsarasBuy from Clive de Carle with this link to support InnerVerse with your purchase - https://clivedecarle.ositracker.com/197164/11489The Aquacure AC50 (Use "innerverse" as a coupon code for a 15% discount) - https://eagle-research.com/product/ac50TT Vibe Rant intro theme by VOLO - http://volovibes.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Brenda J and Karen W interview Amy and Emily. Amy is an advocate for the City of Mesa and Emily is an advocate for the Town of Gilbert Police Department, both in Arizona. In varying degrees, they all collaborate with Winged Hope Advocacy Center. They discuss what a friend, family member, or advocate should and should NOT do when helping a victim with safety planning. They also go over some common misconceptions that become reasons why friends and family members choose to not help a victim. Both advocates provide so much valuable advice and information based off their expertise and experience in this area. You can access the power and control wheel from the domestic violence hotline link below: https://www.thehotline.org https://TraumaMAMAs.app/links https://hangingontohope.org
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STATE WITNESS 6: DET. NATHAN DUNCAN, CHANDLER, ARIZONA, POLICE DEPARTMENTRead aloud emails and texts found in phones and iCloud accounts associated with Lori, Charles and Chad.Charles emailed Tammy about the affair between their spouses in June 2019.Lori used a burner email account to send Chad speaking invitations as covers for visits to her.One of them purported to be from Charles asking Chad to be a “ghostwriter” for Charles' autobiography. Charles found it and sent Lori emails confronting her about it and her affair, which included threats to reveal the affair to Tammy.Two days before Charles' death, Lori texted Alex and said “the plot thickens… gonna need you to stay close for the next couple of days… it's all coming to a head this week… I will be like Nephi… and so will you!”Lori exchanged texts with Zulema about their efforts to “put fire” and “burn” Hiplos, the name Lori gave for the second demon that she said had taken over Charles.The week after Charles' death, Lori exchanged texts with Chad about her surprise at being removed as beneficiary from Charles' insurance; blames it on “Ned,” the name they used for the first demon to inhabit Charles.Alex texted Lori that he set the Wifi password to “2manykids” and Lori responded “funny.”Two weeks after Charles' death, Chad texted Lori: “I got the inspiration to go back to my original death percentages that helped us track Charles, Ned, etc. Tammy is very close. Her percentage has fallen steadily since Hiplos left. It is encouraging.”FORMER FOLLOWER OF CHAD AND LORI'S; ALEX COX'S WIDOWPastenes said she bought into Lori's “charming” and “convincing” way of expressing things. Pastenes believed Lori was a person in “high spiritual standing” based on Lori's claim that she was in direct contact with the angel Moroni and Jesus Christ. Pastenes felt similarly about Chad, who claimed he was the apostle James the Less in a previous life in which he was married to Lori.Pastenes painted a picture of a cult-like atmosphere in which Pastenes and other acolytes assisted Lori in “castings” to expel demons from her then-husband, Charles Vallow, who Chad and Lori allegedly believed was inhabited by a demon they called Ned, then another called Hiplos.Pastenes also participated in the attempted casting of a spirit Lori called Viola from Chad's wife, Tammy Daybell, on the same day as the alleged attempted shooting of Tammy in October 2019. Pastenes said after the casting, Lori got a phone call that made her upset, and Lori said something to the effect of, “Idiot, can't do anything right by himself.”The jury saw drawings from Pastenes' journal documenting the couple's teachings, including the light/dark scale they used to rate people, and the steps involved in a casting.The jury saw photos of Pastenes with Lori, Chad, Melanie Gibb and other members of their inner circle at religious conferences in 2018 in St. George, Utah; Rexburg, Idaho; and Mesa, Arizona.Followers received blessings from Daybell about their past lives (or probations) and the roles they would play in the Second Coming of Jesus after the world's end.The couple appeared to take a strong interest in Pastenes, who Daybell said was Lori's daughter in a previous life who was raped, killed and dismembered at age 14.Prosecutor Rachel Smith also questioned Pastenes extensively about Alex Cox -- who Pastenes met through Vallow in 2018 and married in 2019 -- and Cox's role as his sister's protector or “warrior-defender.”Pastenes said Cox was unwavering in his devotion to the couple until they left for Hawaii after Tammy Daybell's death and ceased contact with him.When Cox learned in December 2019 of Tammy Daybell's planned exhumation, Pastenes said Cox remarked, “I think I'm being their fall guy.” Pastenes said that when she pressed him on what he meant, he said, “either I am a man of God or I'm not.” He died the next day.On cross, defense lawyer John Thomas expanded on the nature of the castings, drawing out the point that they were verbal in nature and did not involve physical acts or violence.On cross, Pastenes agreed that Lori and Chad's teachings were similar to those espoused at “Preparing a People” religious conferences.On cross, Pastenes said she no longer believed in Chad and Lori or their teachings. Her experience with them had taught her to be more cautious of people's motives and less apt to assume the best in them, she said.Court TV senior field producer Emanuella Grinberg contributed to this report. For the latest trial updates in ID v. Lori Vallow Daybell, click here.
In 2009, the bodies of eleven women were uncovered in a New Mexico desert, all of whom had been missing for multiple years. As police investigated the possible connection in the cases, multiple suspects popped up on their radar. Known as one of the most notorious and disturbing cases in New Mexico history, these are the West Mesa Murders. BONUS EPISODES Apple Subscriptions: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/going-west-true-crime/id1448151398 Patreon: patreon.com/goingwestpodcast CASE SOURCES 1. All That's Interesting: https://allthatsinteresting.com/west-mesa-murders2. City of Albuquerque Police Department: https://www.cabq.gov/police/contact-the-police/west-mesa-homicide-investigation3. KOAT: https://www.koat.com/article/west-mesa-murders-new-mexico-13-years-later/389644204. Albuquerque Journal: https://www.abqjournal.com/community-data/west-mesa-murders5. Syllania's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/78230119/syllannia-terene-edwards6. Street Safe New Mexico: https://streetsafenm.wordpress.com/2017/11/18/why-its-called-the-war-zone/7. Monica's Obituary: http://obits.abqjournal.com/obits/print_obit/1980958. KOAT: https://www.koat.com/article/west-mesa-victim-laid-to-rest-1/50310169. Doreen's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/134036816/doreen-marquez10. Monica's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/40296055/monica-candelaria11. The Charley Project: https://charleyproject.org/case/victoria-ann-chavez12. Victoria's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/75186057/victoria-chavez13. Veronica's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/40555189/veronica-c-romero14. Veronica's Obituary: http://obits.abqjournal.com/obits/print_obit/19725915. Medium: https://medium.com/@yasminscherrer/not-nameless-remembering-the-victims-of-the-west-mesa-bone-collector-321e2187f98e16. Jamie's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/78222826/jamie-catalina_yvonne-barela17. Jamie's memorial page: https://www.weremember.com/jamie-barela/2l6w/memories18. KOAT: https://www.koat.com/article/mother-of-missing-woman-seeks-answers/502969819. Evelyn's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/179033144/evelyn-jesus_maria-salazar20. Syllannia's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/78230119/syllannia-terene-edwards21. Websleuths forum on Syllannia Edwards: https://www.websleuths.com/forums/threads/victim-syllannia-edwards.283805/22. La Prensa: https://laprensa.org/memories-jaime-selena-smiles-and-serial-murder23. Virginia's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/99491001/virginia-ann-cloven24. The Real Story: https://www.amazon.com/Lost-Girls-of-the-Mesa/dp/B072L1MRRN/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1JRNQRT76KXC9&keywords=the+real+story+with+maria+elena&qid=1680198210&sprefix=the+real+story+with+maria+elena%2Caps%2C131&sr=8-125. KOAT: https://www.koat.com/article/family-worries-daughter-is-among-west-mesa-victims/502969726. KOAT: https://www.koat.com/article/police-id-woman-found-on-west-mesa/502961627. Cinnamon's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/231093469/cinnamon-elks28. Julie's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/40555365/juliean-cyndie-nieto29. Julie's obituary: http://obits.abqjournal.com/obits/print_obit/19725430. ABQ Journal: https://www.abqjournal.com/534884/families-wait-for-a-place-to-remember.html31. Michelle's Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/40555025/gina-michelle-valdez32. Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Albuquerque/comments/vh277b/so_we_are_all_in_agreement_that_lorenzo_montoya/33. El Paso Times: https://www.elpasotimes.com/story/news/local/blogs/border-cafe/2014/02/17/police-persons-of-interest-in-albuquerque-serial-murders-investigation/30957179/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Steven Rinella talks with Mike Kunz, Janis Putelis, Brody Henderson, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider. Topics include: When we called Mike Kunz the "Forest Gump of Archaeology"; the emperor of the north and the king of the west; dustpans of mosquitos; foxes running out of a gray whale carcass; the Alaska pipeline project; igneous intrusions; when you find Paleoindian projectile points in Alaska; the poor odds that you were the first person to find a thing that someone else dropped; how the Mesa site was discovered; the property of conchoidal fracture; direct tattoo evidence and direwolves; how everyone knew how to make projectile points; polar bears and climate change; the arctic small tool tradition; two iron pendants, two copper rings, and three blue glass beads; Occam's razor; going with the evidence you have; The Mesa Site: Paleoindians above the Arctic Circle; and more. Connect with Steve and MeatEater Steve on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.