Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer plans to retire after nearly 30 years on the bench. President Biden has promised to appoint a Black woman to his post. Mexican journalists staged protests nationwide on Tuesday in response to the murders of three journalists, including Lourdes Maldonado López, this month alone. In the memoir “Lost & Found,” Kathryn Schulz shares the story of losing her father and finding the love of her life in the span of 18 months. Peloton was massively popular during the pandemic, but now its stock is plummeting. There are talks of layoffs, selling the company, and maybe ousting the CEO.
We are still laughing about Alexis' driver's license picture. Taco Bell's Mexican pizza is officially back…kind of, not really. Where can you get the best bread in MN? The Righteous Gemstones has been renewed for a third season. More negative Adele stories are coming out. Ugh! Holly Madison in the new docu-series on A&E about Hugh Hefner and The Playboy Mansion.
Today's big EV stories: • General Motors will build a third EV battery factory in the US • White House to host GM, Ford among CEOs at meeting on spending push • Plans for second LG plant in Holland coming together, but not 'done deal' • Tesla (TSLA) Q4 2021 earnings preview • Tesla Q4 2021 Earnings Q&A – Say.com • Tesla 'Passenger Play' option prompts NHTSA to open Preliminary Evaluation • Kia EV6 Pricing Starts At $42,115, Arrives At Dealers In A Few Weeks • Bentley to invest $3.4 billion to exclusively offer EVs by 2030 • Electric car owners face 'postcode lottery' as just 21 councils offer free charging points • EV maker Link to invest $265 mln in Mexican plan • Oshkosh Corp. unveils electric-hybrid military vehicle • See Camouflaged Volkswagen ID. Buzz Spotted In Norway
I'm honored to welcome Ed Calderon to the show. Ed spent many years fighting the Mexican drug cartels and we discuss that wild world. We cover the brutality of it, how they infiltrate all aspects of the country, the impact America has upon it, true freedom, and so much more. Ed answers several questions submitted and we go into why we believe mass shootings have increased. We also talk about the balance of freedom and safety. I had a blast with this episode, and hope you enjoy it. Please leave us a rating and a review! www.Livingfullyloaded.com
Dee and Carol soldier on through winter with discussions about temperennials, favorite herbs to grow, more books, and even Mexican oregano on this week's episode.Some helpful links:Dee's blog post on basilCarol's blog post on sorting seedsAsk Carol to speak about violas! Her speaking info.Proven Winner's info on temperennialsWatering can Carol bought from Botanical Interests (affiliate link)International Herb Society On the Bookshelf: The Chef's Garden by Farmer Lee Jones Cool Plant Lounge in Dallas, Texas on CBS Saturday Morning More books: These Precious Days, by Ann Patchett Tacos: Recipes and Provocations: A Cookbook, by Alex Stupak. Plus, Mexican Oregano—A Tasty Twist on an Age-Old Flavor - Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Susan Wheeler artwork... it's hard to find anything about her on the Internet, but here's the picture Dee and Carol talked about.Affiliate link to Botanical Interest Seeds. (If you buy something from them after using this link, we earn a small commission at no cost to you. This helps us continue to bring this podcast to you ad-free!) Book links are also affiliate links.Email us at TheGardenangelists@gmail.com For more info on Carol and her books, visit her website. Visit her blog May Dreams Gardens.For more info on Dee and her book, visit her website. Visit her blog Red Dirt Ramblings.
Once a year, I give myself the permission to just have whatever. I'm not perfect. I'm pretty good at my diet most days of the year, but once in a while, I'll go off the rails. Mexican food is my favorite, so on one of my birthdays, I had a burger with some cheese on it, french fries, and two milkshakes. And the next day, I had shoulder pain that I never had. Then I realized it's probably because of the combination of sugar and dairy. Usually if I eat crappy food, I don't feel the effects for a couple of weeks, but I felt that one the next day, which made me think that I can't out-supplement a bad diet. I take supplements for my overall health, and I recommend you do too. But how much can you really take, and more importantly how can you stay consistent especially if you're like me who would get really tired of taking a lot of pills? Dr. Sharzad Green and I discuss that and more in today's episode of The Best of The Menopause Movement Podcast: Supplementation for Menopause Part 2. During the podcast, we discuss how to pick the best supplements PLUS: Specific supplements for certain menopause symptoms The best supplement to combat inflammation and why it's so important Why magnesium supplementation is important for menopausal women And stay to the end to find out all about a supplement that has been proven in studies to help with weight loss! Discussion Points: [02:27] Choosing an excellent fish oil or omega fatty acids [02:53] Focusing on EPA and DHA [03:55] The importance of following the recommended dosage [07:47] Upper limit of taking fish oil [09:18] Checking the toxicity and verifying the given data [12:58] Fish oil as an anti-inflammatory agent [13:24] The advantages and drawbacks of vitamin D to the body [15:13] What happens when you take too much vitamin D [16:10] The benefits of vitamin D [19:48] The form to take that fits your body or diet [21:00] How to determine a good source of supplements [23:09] Curcumin—an extract from turmeric—as a supplement [28:49] Magnesium and its benefits [29:15] Red cell magnesium [30:08] Magnesium orotate vs. magnesium glycinate [32:14] How magnesium helps lessen migraines [35:08] Learning probiotics [35:32] Criteria of a good probiotic [36:19] Advantages of probiotics for the body [37:02] Why your gut is related to the brain [40:39] What's good for vaginal health About the Guest: Sharzad Green is a well-acknowledged figure in the industry. With over 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical and healthcare, she has helped more than 15,000 people overcome various health problems. She is passionate about women's physical and mental health, integrative medicine, and finding the best solutions for the health issues faced by people every day. She is the creator of FabuVag, a vaginal moisturizer that helps erase the dryness women feel when undergoing menopause. Resources: Check my latest podcast or listen to the previous ones (https://www.menopausemovement.com/podcast) Connect with me on Instagram @drmichellegordon Follow me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/drmichellegordon Join The Menopause Movement private group on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/menopausemovement) Find out more about FabuVag here Reach out to Dr. Green through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Gaia Herbs Website Fullscript Website UltraFlora Control by Metagenics See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Show notes: Ep.101 On the first episode since Todd moved to full time True crime with Resonate Records, Shaun went bonkers on this episode. I learned how to edit and I even did some audio Sketches on this one. I hope you enjoy the direction i'm going!! Chef Heads to a great taco spot in a really bad neighborhood. We talk soups, pot pies, and cocktails. New segment alert! We are explaining our fake, made up daily routines! Shaun sits down at the same table with 2 former presidents, Trump and Obama. ( Impressions done by the talented, @MrBigSpit.) Weekly reminder, STOP ADDING CHEESE TO STREET TACOS. To close this episode, Shaun Welcomes the legend, Stu “The Source” Finer. Stu invites Shaun to his house to smoke some weed n talk about life! This episode is brought to you by SurfShark! Get 83% off and 3 free months! Head to: www.SurfShark.deals/GunsBlazin and use promo Code “GUNSBLAZIN.” As always, We are brought to you by 3Chi! Follow your boy! @shaunLatham @20DollarChef Follow the funny impressionist, Carl spitale @mrbigspit Treat yourself and Follow Stu Finer on Twitter! @stuartFiner Recipes discussed: Mexican chicken noodle. https://www.instagram.com/tv/B3sJewFAhwt/?utm_medium=copy_link Zupa Toscana I couldn't find my video of the Zupa Toscana recipe. But here is another place you can see the recipe! https://natashaskitchen.com/zuppa-toscana-recipe-video/ A link to order Italian soda: https://www.instacart.com/landing?product_id=17561627&retailer_id=44®ion_id=3071133829&utm_medium=sem_shopping&utm_source=instacart_google&utm_campaign=ad_demand_shopping_rp_acme-markets&utm_content=accountid-8145171519_campaignid-11453731403_adgroupid-117541081408_device-m&gclid=CjwKCAiA866PBhAYEiwANkIneCARMSgD1qZSd7NcVpm4Tx-foYxz0MldV6LbsPWrjWCUNFq9ZqhCGBoC2-gQAvD_BwE
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual banter and slappers for your head tops. Masked Dweebs, June Shiesty, The Dirty South Exhibit, Carhartt Vaxx, Greasy Truck Drivers, KETO Tony, Grocery Store Stories, old head advice, being not smart, and other topics. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
If you're interested in learning about the Mexican general of mixed African descent who abolished slavery after helping the country achieve independence, then my Vicente Guerrero Black History Short is for you. Show notes and sources are available at http://noirehistoir.com/blog/vicente-guerrero.
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre! It's listener submission collection time again. Wow, it's already the third volume! Time flies, right? And this volume has some great and horrifying encounters. That includes objecting moving on their own, a famous Mexican folktale, and a haunted schoolhouse. But, are they believable? Listen now! Support Believing the Bizarre and get tons of extra content by joining our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/believingthebizarre For updates and extra content, follow Believing the Bizarre on social media: https://www.instagram.com/believingthebizarre/ https://www.facebook.com/believingthebizarre/ You can rep Believing the Bizarre and buy some unique merch here: https://believing-the-bizarre.creator-spring.com/ SPONSORS: Scary Time Podcast: https://scarytime.indiedropin.com/btb Pair Networks
As the last week in January get's going, we're heating things up with a 3 hour extended set from Tom & Collins. The Mexican duo have been enjoying a busy winter with loads of shows and their recent appearance at Claptone's The Masquerade party in Tulum is well worth a second listen! Turn it up as Tom & Collins take you on a journey, showcasing loads of unreleased music as well as material from their label. Our interview highlights Terms & Conditions, new collaborations, and of course, an unforgettable night in Tulum!
On today's episode of Behind the Grind Show, we sit down with Jason Taylor - owner of East Hill Barbershop. We talk with Jason about his journey to opening his own barbershop, advice he'd give to other entrepreneurs, and much more. We hope you enjoy! Behind the Grind Show is brought to you by Mastered Craft Media. Our title sponsor is The Spring Entrepreneur Hub - Your small business journey begins at the Spring Entrepreneur Hub. The Spring is not only a place where aspiring entrepreneurs can get help and connections to start their dream business, but starting in April The Spring will open its brand new Co-working space on the first floor of the SCI Building in downtown Pensacola. To learn more, visit TheSpringPensacola.com/BTG. Fueled by Tacos Mexicanos - where they're serving real Mexican street food in East Hill and downtown Pensacola. Use code "behindthegrind" on your East Hill online order for free queso. Sponsored by Cycle Joint - an electric bicycle shop located in historic Downtown Pensacola selling light electric vehicles including electric bikes, electric skateboards, and One wheels. Cycle Joint wants to help make your journey as much fun as your destination. Sponsored by Waterboyz Surf and Skate Shop and fueled by Cafe Single Fin's Cold Brew Coffee. Sign up at www.waterboyz.com for the Pensacola Winter Classic Surf Contest (date TBA) at the Pensacola Beach Pier! There will be multiple divisions for everyone and cash prizes for the top 3 winners of the open division, as well as prizes from local businesses and brands like Nixon, Volcom, Xcel, and more! Be sure to follow Waterboyz on Instagram and Facebook for updates on the event! Sponsored by Shevlin Pierce at FBC Mortgage. Shopping for a mortgage or refinancing your home loan can seem like a big process. To have an easy, innovative, and fun home loan experience, you can trust Shevlin Pierce at FBC Mortgage. Beats by 6FYVE | Spotify | IG
Cattle News Central January 24th headlines: Arkansas analysis finds that cattle price discovery is functioning effectively. Record large placements in December. Farm Bureau passes policy against Cattle Transparency Act. ABS Global joins global roundtable for sustainable beef. South Korea lifts temporary suspension of Canadian beef. Biden announces the US has closed its borders to unvaccinated Canadian and Mexican truck drivers. Sponsored by AgRisk Advisors & American Beef Producer.
En este episodio especial de No Hay Tos hablamos sobre 7 usos del verbo "valer" en el español mexicano. - Para ver los show notes de este episodio visítanos en Patreon. - Venos en video en YouTube. - ¡Si el podcast te es útil por favor déjanos un review en Apple Podcasts! - Donate: https://www.paypal.me/nohaytos No Hay Tos is a Spanish podcast from Mexico for students who want to improve their listening comprehension, reinforce grammar, and learn about Mexican culture and Mexican Spanish. All rights reserved.
In the Season 2 premiere, Jeff welcomes us back with news, show updates, and a quick chat with a surprise guest from Season 1. The main event of this episode is an interview with Florencia Moncérat Galvan (Nunez), known by many as Flo Galvan, and by others as Moncé. As a local of the Long Beach Peninsula, Moncé tells us about her experience growing up as a person of Hispanic heritage in a small rural town. We'll hear stories from old times, like when she went mushroom picking with the gang in Ocean Park, and we'll get the inside scoop on some of her more difficult memories from the peninsula, like the conflict that eventually ran her out of town. This podcast covers a lot of ground and the tone hovers somewhere in the middle between "discussions of popular TV shows" and "I found out I'm dying later". We do go down some dark roads like: suicide, bad relationships, deportations, broken families, and human sacrifice, but the heavier content is balanced out with topics like our bad tattoos, working in the medical cannabis trade, and whether or not it is nice to smoke a little crack. As always, we hit many wacky topics along the way and had plenty of laughs too. Jeff's daughter (3 year-old) Amelia even pops-in to give a simple run-down on the common practice of human sacrifice among the native cultures of Central America. It's a hoot! Also... I was shocked and delighted to hear some BIG NEWS that Moncé announced live on the show. (I would say more about that, but I don't want to spoil the surprise so I will talk about that on a future episode). This recording was the first time I had seen Moncé for a decade and I didn't fully know who I would get. I had no idea how much she had gone through over those years and I was really impressed by the strong and vibrant human being that she has grown to be. I thoroughly enjoyed sitting down with her and hearing about her journey through life and I think you will enjoy it too. I am thrilled to be back for Season 2 and I can't wait to share all of the wonderful things we have in store. Thank you for listening. #keepramblin ................................................................................................................ Topics/Keywords: Diversity; immigration; Hispanic culture; motherhood; cryptocurrency; NFTs; crypto-gaming; mental health; suicide-prevention; Post-Partum Depression; fertility; anti-depressants; self-care; steel mace training; exercise; sleep; caffeine; bartending; University of Washington Orthodontics; TMJ; marriage; tattoos; bad tattoos; medical cannabis; cannabis legalization; psilocybin; psilocybe mushrooms; psychedelics; Fern Gully; Mexican music; bandas vs grupos; entitlement; dealing with difficult people; relationships; online dating; relationship red flags; citizenship; green cards; historical Mexico; Aztec civilization; human sacrifice; names; nick names; power-moves; restaurant work; tequila; agave; Jose Cuervo; Patron; Don Julio; Casa Migos; Terra Mana; 818 tequila; The Rock. ........................................................................................................................... Links from the episode: Pacific County Immigrant Support https://www.pcisupport.org/ (https://www.pcisupport.org/) Episode 19 (season 1) featuring Mario Rodriguez https://ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm/episode/019-holding-onto-hope-with-mario-rodriguez (https://ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm/episode/019-holding-onto-hope-with-mario-rodriguez) ........................................................................................................................... LINKS TO NEWS & ARTICLES REFERENCED Harris, in Guatemala, tells potential migrants they will be turned back: 'Do not come' (From Fox News) https://www.foxnews.com/politics/harris-guatemala-potential-migrants-turned-back-do-not-come (https://www.foxnews.com/politics/harris-guatemala-potential-migrants-turned-back-do-not-come) Slowing immigration is... Support this podcast
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman welcome Mexican international forward Maria Sanchez to the show. Maria was drafted in 2019 to the Chicago Red Stars but ended up transferring to Liga MX Femenil for the 2020-2021 season. She tried to return to the NWSL in 2021 but only did so on a short loan with Houston Dash. Maria discusses her time in Mexico, her World Cup 2023 hopes and what she looks to bring to the NWSL. 'Attacking Third' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LRoman32 Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, President Series #133, YOUR guest is Dr. Fernando Leon Garcia, President of CETYS University & President-Elect of the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP), YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, aka, THE Voice of Education, & this is all brought to YOU by the 2021 World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE)! Fernando discusses higher ed from a global perspective. Not only does champion the role of CETYS in Baja, California, & other areas of Mexico, he also talks about why over 300 students from the U.S. have decided to study with CETYS. Fernando talks about the higher education-to-work connection & why higher education still has extreme value for Mexicans (& why higher ed is valued so highly internationally). He talks about his role as President-Elect for IAUP & why considering higher education from the global perspective is critical to understand what the future of higher education will be. Dr. Leon-Garcia has been President of CETYS University since 2010, leading the institution to institutional & program accreditation in the USA (WASC, ACBSP, ABET), & one of the highest student mobility rates in Mexico. Prior to that, he served as Chancellor of City University of Seattle‘s International Division, covering programs, campuses, & sites across the Americas, Europe & Asia. Before joining City University, he served as Chief Academic Officer of Apollo International/University of Phoenix International. Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Learn more about what others are saying about their EdUp experience ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● YOU can follow us on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thank YOU for listening! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message
Zack and Diana Wangemen opened the Tortilleria in Bushwick in October. The vibrant space features a tortilla factory that sells fresh, house-made tortillas alongside Mexican groceries and goods, a morning coffee shop with Oaxacan coffee and house-made Mexican pastries, as well as a taqueria with a variety of traditional taco styles and cocktails highlighting Mexican spirits. Zack's mission and ethos behind Sobre Masa Tortilleria is to promote conversation around Mexican culture, the rich history of heirloom corn, the hardworking producers and growers of Mexico, and his home of Oaxaca.Snacky Tunes: Music is the Main Ingredient, Chefs and Their Music (Phaidon), is now on shelves at bookstores around the world. It features 77 of the world's top chefs who share personal stories of how music has been an important, integral force in their lives. The chefs also give personal recipes and curated playlists too. It's an anthology of memories, meals and mixtapes. Pick up your copy by ordering directly from Phaidon, or by visiting your local independent bookstore. Visit our site, www.snackytunes.com for more info.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Snacky Tunes by becoming a member!Snacky Tunes is Powered by Simplecast.
Co-founder of Black Lives Matter Patrisse Cullors reads Armando Peniche's story of the racial profiling he experienced as a 12-year old boy and the danger slanderous rhetoric of mythic criminality poses to the undocumented Mexican community and his own young American son. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join us for an audio broadcast of our LIVE ‘radio style' play-by-play commentary of the UFC 270 PPV MAIN CARD, including LIVE updates, results & reactions. The event was broadcast on ESPN+ from the Honda Center, Anaheim, CA. Check out the VIDEO broadcast of this show on our Combat Culture YT Channel at: https://youtu.be/BxAXGaGIVMc Throughout the telecast, our host, Matt Ryan, & co-host Brendan Sokler, brought you all of the face-punching goodness the UFC could provide...along with the completely legal and totally not real person Dan A. White. The team streamed LIVE from the YELLiNG! studios inside the diner from the Series Finale of The Sopranos. The UFC showcased ‘The hardest recorded puncher in the world”, Francis N'Gannou, fighting for the Undisputed UFC Heavyweight title, squared up against the UFC Interim Heavyweight Champ, Ciryl Gane. Meanwhile, the co-main event featured our second title fight battle on the card, as UFC Flyweight Champion Brandon Moreno puts his Crown as the first-ever Mexican-born fighter to win a UFC Championship on the line against top challenger & former Champion, Deiveson Figueiredo, in their trilogy bout. Moreno is currently ranked #10 in the men's pound-for-pound rankings, Also on the card, we have a highly-anticipated Welterweight match between Michel ‘Demolidor' Pereira and Andre Fialho. As well as an exciting matchup between Bantamweights, Cody ‘Spartan' Stamann and Said Nurmagomedov, not to mention a Welterweight scrap in our main card opener between Michael Morales and Trevin ‘The Problem' Giles. Plus, a promising showdown in our featured prelim including Bantamweights Raoni Barcelos vs. Victor ‘La Mangosta' Henry... which is expected not to disappoint, as part of our six-bout undercard. What a wild Saturday full of fights we have to share with you! Here's a look at the UFC 270: ‘Francis N'Gannou vs Ciryl Gane' fight card & current records — ESPN+ PPV MAIN CARD | SAT JAN 22 UFC HW Championship — 11. Francis N'Gannou 16-3 vs. Ciryl Gane 10-0 UFC FW Championship — 10. Brandon Moreno 19-5 vs. Deiveson Figueiredo 20-2 9. 170lbs: Michel Pereira 26-11 vs. Andre Fialho 14-3 8. 135lbs: Cody Stamann 19-4 vs. Said Nurmagomedov 14-2 7. 170lbs: Michael Morales 12-0 vs Trevin Giles 14-3 Check out our dual-site run, COMBAT CULTURE YouTube Channel, for more MMA variety & content, visit both BloodyElbow.com & MMAmania.com online, as well as on twitter and IG - we work together every Pay-Per-View (PPV) event in order to make this show available everywhere; and you can follow Matt Ryan on twitter - @MRyanconsulting, or at Jesuismattryan on Instagram. If you enjoy our shows, "heart" us here on SC, or "like" & share over on whichever BE Presents Podcast Channel happens to be your listening platform of choice: * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodyElbowPresents * iTunes & Apple TV: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/blood…&i=1000421882228 * iHeartRadio: www.iheart.com/podcast/269-Blood…Presents-30639274 * Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/55S2dpKYVqndaPTUojkELm?si=oGGPZ4kESkWZigLNnEg1ug * Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/bloody-e…esents?refid=stp * TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Bloody-Elbow-Presents-p1190843/ * OverCast: overcast.fm/itunes984162015/bloody-elbow-presents * Player FM: player.fm/series/bloody-elbow-presents * & Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/b53e5086-2334-497c-82c0-24ddb5e0cfbb/Bloody-Elbow-Presents ... While you're there, don't forget to subscribe to Bloody Elbow Presents; that way you'll always be the first to get all of BE's daily MMA offerings. For previous episodes of the show, check out our playlists on all of our BE Presents channels
Bloody Elbow fight experts, Zane Simon & Eddie Mercado, are here to breakdown the UFC 270: ‘N'Gannou vs. Gane' ESPN+ on PPV event, from Las Vegas, NV. The guys have hot takes, possible next fights, as well as reactions to the overall event. The UFC showcased ‘The hardest recorded puncher in the world”, Francis N'Gannou, fighting for the Undisputed UFC HW title, his 1st bout since defeating Stipe Miocic at UFC 260. The Frenchman was currently ranked #4 in the men's overall P4P rankings heading into the Octagon. He squared up against fellow Frenchman, UFC Interim HW Champ, Ciryl Gane, who was currently sitting at #15 in those rankings. Meanwhile, the co-main event featured our 2nd title fight battle of the night, as UFC FW Champ Brandon Moreno put his Crown as the 1st-ever Mexican-born fighter to win a UFC Championship on the line against top challenger, former Champ, Deiveson Figueiredo, in their trilogy bout. Moreno was currently ranked #10 in the men's P4P rankings, while Figueiredo hasn't hit that list, he had secured the #1 slot in their division, just under the champ. Also on the card, we had a highly-anticipated WW match between Michel ‘Demolidor' Pereira & Andre Fialho. As well as an exciting matchup between BWs, Cody ‘Spartan' Stamann & Said Nurmagomedov, not to mention a WW scrap in our main card opener between Michael Morales & Trevin ‘The Problem' Giles. For much more detail on the main card & plenty of tidbits about the prelims too, be sure to hit play on the show to hear what our fight experts have to say about the event last night. Overall, this now 11-bout card saw 5 1st Rd finishes, 3 KO/TKO's, 2 subs, & 6 decisions, including our 2 title fights. Rounding things out, 2 fighters were awarded for putting forth POTN efforts: Said Nurmagomedov, & Vanessa Demopoulos; FOTN honors went to Brandon Moreno vs. Deiveson Figueiredo. Here's a look at the UFC 270: ‘N'Gannou vs Gane' fight card with full results & updated fight records — ESPN+ PPV MAIN CARD: UFC Heavyweight Championship — At 0:31 — 11. Francis N'Gannou 17-3 DEF. Ciryl Gane 10-1 — DEC, Unanimous (48-47x2, 48-46) UFC Flyweight Championship — At 15:14 — 10. Deiveson Figueiredo 21-2 DEF. Brandon Moreno 19-6 — DEC, Unanimous (48-47x3) At 23:25 — 9. 170lbs: Michel Pereira 27-11 DEF. Andre Fialho 14-4 — DEC, Unanimous (29-28x3) At 26:49 — 8. 135lbs: Said Nurmagomedov 15-2 DEF. Cody Stamann 19-5 — SUB, Guillotine Choke at 0:47 pf Rd 1 At 31:36 — 7. 170lbs: Michael Morales 13-0 DEF. Trevin Giles 14-4 — KO/TKO, Counter Right to Ground Strikes at 4:06 of Rd 1 ESPN/ESPN+ PRELIMS 8PM/5PM ETPT: At 35:05 — 6. 135lbs: Victor Henry 22-5 DEF. Raoni Barcelos 16-3 — DEC, Unanimous (30-27x3) At 41:14 — 5. 170lbs: Jack Della Maddalena 11-2 DEF. Pete Rodriguez 4-1 — KO/TKO, Counter Left at 2:50 of Rd 1 At 44:09 — 4. 135lbs. Tony Gravely 22-7 DEF. Saimon Oliveira 18-4 — DEC, Unanimous (30-27x3) At 45:15 — 3. 155lbs: Matt Frevola 9-3 DEF. Genaro Valdéz 10-1 — KO/TKO, G&P at 3:15 of Rd 1 UFC FIGHT PASS EARLY PRELIMS 7PM/4PM ETPT: At 50:31 — 2. 115lbs: Vanessa Demopoulos 7-4 DEF. Silvana Gómez Juárez 10-4 — SUB, Armbar at 2:25 of Rd 1 At 53:21 — 1. 125lbs: Jasmine Jasudavicius 7-1 DEF. Kay Hansen 7-5 — DEC, Unanimous (27-30, 28-29x2) Be sure to follow Zane - @TheZaneSimon & Eddie - @TheEddieMercado; and follow @BloodyElbow on twitter as well, for all the latest in MMA happenings. Be sure to follow Zane - @TheZaneSimon & Eddie - @TheEddieMercado; and follow @BloodyElbow on twitter as well, for all the latest in MMA happenings. If you enjoy our show, "heart" us here on SC, or "like" & share over on whichever BE Presents Podcast Channel happens to be your listening platform of choice.
Hey Daily Briefing listeners, we'll be back with more news about Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World on Sunday, but in the meantime, have a listen to Times Will Tell, the weekly podcast from The Times of Israel. We're taking a deep dive today into Israel's kosher certification system, as the government undertakes the first step in overhauling the industry. The new plan, unveiled in July by religious affairs minister Matan Kahana, would presumably end the monopoly of the chief rabbinate and local rabbinates as the only bodies that can issue kosher certificates, which costs businesses upwards of $2 million a year, and allow for other private kosher certification agencies. This long-awaited privatization of the kosher certification industry follows a path paved by the religious Zionist Tzohar organization, which launched its own kosher certification agency in 2018. They took over for a grassroots group that first entered the industry years before, aiming to break the rabbinate's grip on what can be considered kosher. You'll hear from several people involved in this industry, including Rabbi David Stav, chairman of Tzohar; Tzvi Maller, the American-born owner of Crave, a restaurant in Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda market that grappled with a fakin' bacon issue; Itzik Kadosh, a pastry chef and owner of a beloved Jerusalem cafe who fought the rabbinate over turning his croissants into triangles; Yittie Lawson, who runs Tacos Luis, a Mexican restaurant down the block from Kadosh; Dan Male, who runs Jerusalem's Angelica, a fine chef restaurant whose customers won't stand for anything other than the rabbinate's stamp of approval and Leon Avigad, who owns and operates the Brown Hotel chain in Israel, Greece and Europe and just wants his kosher supervisors to tell him what to do and how to do it. It's a wacky world of kosher laws and these people live it, every day. Times Will Tell podcasts are available for download on iTunes, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, PlayerFM or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Crave Jerusalem's 'facon' duck bacon on its Black Forest Special (Courtesy Crave) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Silver Bluff Brewing is passionate about Mexican Lager Jeff Coyle loves Mexican lagers. So much so that he wrote a detailed article to help others understand the style. If you think Corona when you think of Mexican beers, you should definitely read the article. But first, make sure to listen to our interview with Jeff and his brother Kevin Coyle. The duo are part of the team behind Silver Bluff Brewing Co. Their Mexican lager is a hybrid of sorts. Riding the line between the Clara (Corona) and another traditional Mexican style, the Vienna Lager. Right, Vienna Lager, traditional Mexican beer. Seriously. Locals went crazy for their take on this refreshing brew and it's their top selling beer now. If you're looking for something else they've got plenty of other beers on tap. As we talked they had just brewed a Dry Irish Stout to get ready for St. Patrick's Day, making us realize the holiday is closer than we realized. The Brothers Coyle love their community almost as much as they love beer and making a place where people could gather over a well-made, approachable pint is something their most excited about at Silver Bluff. If the beer and beer garden don't reel you in maybe the coastal scenery of Georgia's Golden Isles will. Maybe both? For now, their beer is distributed in a fairly small area but they are making more beer and hope to expand even further soon. Silver Bluff Brewing Co. 1325 Newcastle Street Brunswick, GA 31520 The Beer List Silver Bluff Brewing Piercing Point Juicy Pale Ale Silver Bluff Brewing Holiday IPA with juniper berries Highland Brewing Cold Mountain Super Spice Iron Hill Brewery Dystopias | Imperial Stout aged in Sam Adams Utopias barrels
The second chapter of our three-part investigation into the abduction of 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers' College in 2014 digs into the government cover-up of the crime. Weeks after the disappearance, the Mexican government released its official story: Corrupt police had taken the students and handed them to members of a local gang. The gang had killed the students, then incinerated their bodies at a garbage dump. But parents of the students had their doubts. International experts begin to dismantle the government's explanation of what happened to the young men. One question hanging over the families is why their sons were taken. Thousands of miles away from where the attack took place, a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent thinks he knows why the students were targeted. The disappearance of the 43 students is part of a larger pattern of violence in Mexico, connected to the U.S. war on drugs. By the time the Ayotzinapa students were ambushed and taken, some 30,000 people had gone missing in Mexico, collateral damage in the war on drugs. Almost no one was prosecuted—instead, Mexican institutions were becoming a part of the corrupt narco system. Donate today to support Reveal's journalism.
On today's episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Port X Logistics founder Brian Kempisty about the state of the supply chain in the U.S. and who is responsible for fixing it. We'll learn about the issues that are still making for a contentious relationship between the ports and the dray community. Toot toot, watch for trains. Rachel Maleh, executive director at Operation Lifesaver Inc., is here with the latest on railroad safety as they celebrate 50 years of spreading awareness. Matt Leuck, technical manager at Neste Renewable Road Transportation, Americas, discusses the advantages of renewable diesel over hydrogen, electric and traditional fossil fuels. The Dude and John Brewer team up for the perfect supply chain song.Plus, the U.S. will close borders to unvaccinated Canadian and Mexican truckers on Saturday; big-box warehouse lease activity set a record in 2021; a look at whether the Postal Service can deliver on at-home COVID tests; shipping container home costs skyrocket; sausage attached to a drone saves a dog; and more.Visit our sponsorSubscribe to the WTT newsletterApple PodcastsSpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
Latinx Lens is attending the virtual Sundance Film Festival 2022! The festival runs January 20 to January 30. In this episode, Rosa and Cat dive into two documentaries premiering at the festival: "La Guerra Civil" Dir. Eva Longoria Bastón In 1996, Oscar De La Hoya, the charismatic golden boy from East LA, challenged Mexican-born boxing legend Julio César Chávez in what was billed as the “ultimate glory” fight. Mexicans on both sides of the border were forced to choose their favorite champ: the record-holding immigrant from humble beginnings, or the younger and more marketable Olympian born in the U.S. These rivals felt the pressure to prove their athletic superiority, while the fans' choice of champion revealed the type of Mexican they aspired to be. The film features detailed archival footage and enthusiastic interviews with Chávez and De La Hoya to illuminate a story that transcends language, heritage, and interests. "Tantura" Dir. Alon Schwarz The tape-recorded words “erase it” take on new weight in the context of history and war. When the state of Israel was established in 1948, war broke out and hundreds of Palestinian villages were depopulated in its aftermath. Israelis know this as the War of Independence. Palestinians call it “Nakba” (the Catastrophe). In the late 1990s, graduate student Teddy Katz conducted research into a large-scale massacre that had allegedly occurred in the village of Tantura in 1948. His work later came under attack and his reputation was ruined, but 140 hours of audio testimonies remain. The now elderly ex-soldiers recall unsettling acts of war while disquietly pausing at points they either don't remember or won't speak of. Audio from Katz's 20-year-old interviews cuts through the silence of self-preservation and exposes the ways in which power, silencing, and protected narratives can sculpt history. Support us on Patreon! Please Rate, Review & Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @latinxlens Follow Catherine on Twitter and Instagram: @thingscatloves Follow Rosa on Twitter and Instagram: @rosasreviews Theme Music by David Rosen
Disgusting habits, the red 911, best breakfasts, caviar love and hate, Max's top 3 Amaros, Jordan doesn't want bananas or McConnell's, buying vintage wines, schlepping for food, Kato is opening, Yangban is open, the fellas favorite Mexican spots, date night ideas, the exclusiveness of Chain, best restaurant fries, and Max is currently the only food critic in Los Angeles.
On Episode 92, our co-host, Jasmine Nájera had the opportunity to talk with Joanne Sanchez and Ruby Vasquez from the Watsonville Campesino Appreciation Caravan for an update on the groups work. The volunteers have continued to visit farms each week, sometimes more to appreciate, support and connect farm workers with essential needs and donations. You can thank campesinos/farm workers for the fruits and vegetables you consume on a daily basis. During this pandemic, they work at risk of contracting Covid-19 for the the lowest wages in the country and under the most dangerous conditions to get these nutritious foods to your table.If you would like to support the work of the caravan and make a meaningful donation, please click here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/LaborEsencialJoanne Sanchez was the Watsonville Community reporter at the Santa Cruz Sentinel before moving on to focus her energy in the non-profit sector. She was the Public Relations manager at CASA of Santa Cruz County, serves on the Board of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, and is a founding member of the Watsonville Campesino Appreciation Caravan. Joanne was instrumental in the creation of the Digital NEST.Ruby Vasquez is the daughter of loving parents who worked the fields, safeguarded traditions, served others, and emphasized the importance of education and familia. These values have shaped who she is and how she serves her community. After earning a BA in American studies with an emphasis on Chicano studies and a bilingual teaching credential from UC-Santa Cruz, Ruby started working at Pajaro Valley Unified School District (PVUSD) in 1987 and eearned a master's in educational leadership at Mills College in Oakland. Ruby began dancing Mexican folk dance at the age of 6. Dance made her more aware of her cultural heritage and helped her develop a strong sense of pride and self confidence. She joined Esperanza del Valle (EDV), a Watsonville adult Mexican folk dance group in 1987 and now serve as assistant director. EDV promotes pride and an understanding of Mexican culture through traditional dance forms rooted in the merging of indigenous, European, and African heritages.In 2006 she founded Estrellas de Esperanza, a 40+ member dance group for students ranging in the ages of 5 to 18. Estrellas is committed to projecting a positive image of Mexican culture and ensuring that local students learn about their heritage.Ruby's involvement goes beyond the arts. As a parent education trainer for PVUSD, she works with colleagues to engage parents in their children's schooling. More recently, she helped to form the Watsonville Campesino Appreciation Caravan, dedicated to agricultural campesinos (fieldworkers). At the onset of the pandemic, they were left out of the “essential workers” narrative. What began as a caravan of cars driving past local agricultural worksites with messages of gratitude in Spanish and Mixteco Bajo has transformed into Adopt a Cuadrilla, where the group distributes personal protective equipment and household supplies. This work and everything else that she does is offered with respect to our local community. #WatsonvilleCamepsinoAppreciationCaravan#LaborEsencial#FarmWorkers#Campesinos#EssentialWorkers#Heroes#ProtectFarmWorkers#healthcareuntold#healthcareuntoldpodcast#latinxhealth #chicanxhealth #indigenoushealth#gentecare #mentalhealth#prevention#publichealth
Pancho Ugalde, un Elegido para continuar con el legado musical. PURO PA'DELANTE, un podcast y videopodcast que por primera vez dará acceso exclusivo a la mente creativa de uno de los ejecutivos más importantes del género regional mexicano. Ángel del Villar, en esta ocasión se une a una de las presentadoras más consolidadas del entretenimiento hispano en los Estados Unidos, Rubí Molina, para conversar sin censura con las figuras más relevantes de la industria Latina, quienes expresarán su puntos de vista sobre diferentes temas en tendencia cada jueves. DEL Records, por 10 años ha sido una empresa líder e innovadora, apostándole al mundo digital desde antes que se convirtiera en un estilo de vida, se posiciona como la empresa independiente con mayor alcance en el mundo digital y se enorgullece en abrir dicho medio para el entretenimiento hispano y ser un medio para el mundo digital.
For over 140 years, street vendors hawking Mexican food have been a staple of life in Southern California. Horse-drawn tamale wagons turned into taco trucks, turned into hot dog carts, turned into pop-up tents — …and, eventually, hipsters caught on and these trends went national.But even as SoCal has become famous worldwide for its street food scene, government officials have amped up their war on it.Today, we examine one city's crackdown on street vendors. And we also talk to an East L.A. taquero affected by code enforcement.More reading:Column: He's L.A. food royalty. He began with a taco cart. Let street vendors thriveAnaheim teams with county to take down taco stand pop-upsWhere to get beef birria, and a haircut. Seriously.
In this Green Beauty Opinion short, podcast host and Formula Botanica CEO Lorraine Dallmeier challenges all indie beauty founders to make a real difference to the beauty industry. Picking up on her interview in the last episode with Formula Botanica graduate Sandra Velasquez, who built her Nopalera brand firmly rooted in her Mexican heritage, Lorraine urges the indie beauty sector to make products with both purpose and passion. Sandra is not only an inspiring founder and formulator with business acumen and drive, but also one who focused on a clear mission. She set out to change consumer preconceptions about the status of Mexican products. By celebrating and amplifying Mexican culture in her range of upscale beauty products, she succeeded in raising the bar on attitudes to other sectors of Latino-based products too, not just beauty. Sandra is an example of how formulating for change is a powerful business driver. A clear mission for your business is a vital ingredient for indie beauty success. Lorraine sets all potential indie beauty entrepreneurs the challenge of finding their special 'why' and to build a beauty brand with purpose. The world has no need of more beauty products unless they make a real difference, not just to consumers' lives, but also to the industry they operate in - and perhaps beyond too. Listen in for a thought-provoking five minutes that challenges us to make the beauty industry a better and more sustainable place.
On today's episode of the podcast, we're talking to Fany Gerson, the pastry chef mastermind behind La Newyorkina, Dough, and, most recently, Fan-Fan Doughnuts in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. In addition to making some of New York's most legendary doughnuts, Fany has written extensively about the paletas, ice creams, and other sweets of Mexico, where she grew up. We talked about the secret ingredient that makes her yeasted doughnuts special, how the fan-fan (her signature eclair-like doughnut baton) came about, and some of the best, often-overlooked Mexican food in New York.Later on the show, hosts Anna Hezel and Matt Rodbard discuss the ever-present, ever-evolving world of fad diets.Additional Reading:Mexican Desserts and the Magical Can [TASTE]Inside Fany Gerson's Brand-new Doughnut Shop [Grub Street]The Best Advice After Trying Every Fad Diet? Just Eat. [TASTE]When SnackWell's Was the Flavor of Permissible Indulgence [TASTE]The Summer of Halo Top [TASTE]Buy Fany's cookbooks: My Sweet Mexico, Paletas, Mexican Ice Cream
Cleanse your bodies from mirthless “Amarres” with your favorite hosts as The Angel of Death comes for us all but not without providing substantial amounts of ascendancy, dominance & mastery in religious miracles! Thank you all for your love and support. This is for all our Mexican friends.
RADIO SAFE VERSION - PROOF that the Sacred Scribe, the OverMan, and the The SubGenius Foundation chief officers in general are still alive and well, almost like “Bob” himself! On Jan. 18 “2022,” on his way to do some consulting at an arms conference, Dr. Philo Drummond himself choppered in to the helipad at Stang Ranch to do some Show recording with Rev. Stang and Princess Wei ‘R' Doe in Tarzan's Radio Station at Fossil House. As planned, the supernatural Blessings of Dobbs, a few goat rides, and some great Mexican food at Los Primos drove the old Doktors into Spouting mode, resulting in this hour of pure revealed wisdom and divine trivia. http://subgenius.com
PROOF that the Sacred Scribe, the OverMan, and the The SubGenius Foundation chief officers in general are still alive and well, almost like “Bob” himself! On Jan. 18 “2022,” on his way to do some consulting at an arms conference, Dr. Philo Drummond himself choppered in to the helipad at Stang Ranch to do some Show recording with Rev. Stang and Princess Wei ‘R' Doe in Tarzan's Radio Station at Fossil House. As planned, the supernatural Blessings of Dobbs, a few goat rides, and some great Mexican food at Los Primos drove the old Doktors into Spouting mode, resulting in this hour of pure revealed wisdom and divine trivia. http://subgenius.com
This week, Thea Lenarduzzi and Lucy Dallas are joined by the writer and broadcaster Muriel Zagha to discuss 'Nightmare Alley', an unsettling vision of delight and deceit from the Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro; the historian Abigail Green explores the untold stories of the women behind Europe's premier banking dynasty, the Rothschilds; plus, a dinosaur poem of note'Nightmare Alley', various cinemas'The Women of Rothschild: The untold story of the world's most famous dynasty' by Natalie LivingstoneProduced by Sophia Franklin See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Do you realize how far America has fallen from its superpower heights? Contrast its social and political division, preoccupation with its own supposed sins, and complete lack of interest in engaging the rest of the world against the robust, aggressive imperialistic moves of authoritarian regimes like Russia and China. The Russian organization Memorial International has worked to document historical crimes and mass human rights violations committed in the Soviet Union. Three weeks ago, Russia's Supreme Court shut it down. We talk to an official from the organization who says this is part of a broad effort in Vladimir Putin's Russia to silence opposition. The domestic marijuana trade in California is being taken over by Mexican drug cartels. This proves that legalizing marijuana won't put the cartels out of business. And we continue our discussion on how to deepen your friendships. Links The Current World Order Russia Silences Opposition The Prophesied ‘Prince of Russia' U.S. Domestic Marijuana LAST WORD: Friendships “How to Deepen Your Friendships”
Darren Bush is a husband, father, and paddler who advocates outdoor activities to feel the Spirit. Darren served a mission to southern Italy, met his wife, Stephanie, at Brigham Young University, and completed degrees in Italian and Psychology at University of Wisconsin–Madison after discovering it was the best place in the world. After completing a master's degree at the University of Rochester the family moved back to Wisconsin where he eventually bought Rutabaga Paddlesports. He has previously served as a Primary teacher and nursery leader, elders quorum and Young Men president, ward missionary, high councilor, in a young single adult bishopric, and as an executive secretary and financial clerk. He currently serves as Bishop Darren and loves every individual he meets. Highlights 3:15 Darren's story of how he was called to be a bishop. He doesn't feel like the typical bishop. 5:55 Darren's ward dynamic having both an English and Spanish ward combined. 15:15 Principle One - Ignore everything administrative and delegate to counselors The bishop's main focus should be spirituality not administration. The principles of leadership are the same in business and in the church. Everyone has their different roles. Everything is under the direction of the bishop but that doesn't mean he has to be involved in everything. 18:45 "What do you think?" is the best question that a bishop can ask. 21:15 Stories of being a bishop and loving others. Darren adapts to his members. He meets many of the members in Mexican restaurants and creates meaningful relationships with them outside of the bishop's office. 27:00 Guilt and shame don't help people change their behavior 27:30 Principle Two - Hug every widow before sacrament meeting Pay attention to those that are in the overflow or out in the foyer. Make sure they know that they are noticed. 31:15 Principle Three - Teach the doctrine of the Atonement as central to the gospel We are all broken together The atonement is Plan A and there is no Plan B. 32:30 Pornography is never the root cause of the problem but a symptom of the problem. Help the individual understand the root cause of their pornography addiction. 34:45 Learn how to pray or you won't be able to use the Atonement effectively in your life. How personal are your prayers? How do you talk to God? Trying to hide from God is not using the atonement. 41:20 Principle Four - love everyone, no exceptions 45:50 Loving people is seeing them 47:00 The handbook is great but it's general. It's there to guide you but it's not a book of commandments. Do what's best for your members. Links Rutabaga Paddlesports Canoelover blog
Four days after a volcano erupted and a tsunami hit, Tonga says it has suffered an "unprecedented disaster". New Zealand is leading the relief effort. We have an interview with the defence minister. Also in the programme: the Mexicans searching for some of the tens of thousands who've disappeared during the drugs wars; and a new technique to purify water - using food waste. (Photo: Aerial images show Tonga covered in volcanic ash. Credit: EPA)
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How should the American government take responsibility for past actions that have caused significant harm? On this episode of Now & Then, “Restitution & Reparations,” Heather Cox Richardson and Joanne Freeman discuss the tangled history of restitution, with a specific focus on how the federal government wronged certain classes of people. They talk through the early debates over slavery reparations, the late-19th century indemnity payments to Italian and Mexican victims of vigilante violence, and the long reckoning over the damage caused by Japanese internment during World War II. How does democracy benefit from governmental acknowledgment of wrong? How can we measure pain in morality or money? And how can these historical debates inform the current controversy over restitution for families separated from their children at the Southern border? Join CAFE Insider to listen to “Backstage,” where Heather and Joanne chat each week about the anecdotes and ideas that formed the episode. Head to: www.cafe.com/history For more historical analysis of current events, sign up for the free weekly CAFE Brief newsletter, featuring Time Machine, a weekly article that dives into an historical event inspired by each episode of Now & Then: cafe.com/brief For references & supplemental materials, head to: cafe.com/now-and-then/restitution-reparations The executive producer is Tamara Sepper. The editorial producer is David Kurlander. The audio producer is Matthew Billy. The Now & Then theme music was composed by Nat Weiner. The Cafe team is Adam Waller, David Tatasciore, Sam Ozer-Staton, Noa Azulai, and Jake Kaplan. Now & Then is presented by CAFE and the Vox Media Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Read my new book, The Pursuit Of Excellence https://bit.ly/excellencehawk Text Hawk to 66866 for "Mindful Monday" Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Oliver Burkeman is the author of Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management For Mortals. It's a book that has become an international best-seller. The final person Oliver thanked in his book? His grandmother: “My dear grandmother Erica Burkeman, whose childhood departure from Nazi Germany I describe in chapter 7, died in 2019 at the age of 96. I don't know whether she would have read this book, but she would definitely have told everyone she met that I had written it.” The average human lifespan is absurdly, insultingly brief. If you live to be 80, you'll have had about 4,000 weeks. But that's no reason for despair. Confronting our radical finitude – and how little control we really have – is the key to a fulfilling and meaningfully productive life. When someone close to you dies, Oliver writes, “Such experiences, however wholly unwelcome, often appear to leave those who undergo them in a new and more honest relationship with time. The question is whether we might attain at least a little of that same outlook in the absence of the experience of the agonizing loss.” When stumped by a life choice, choose “enlargement” over happiness. Don't ask: Will this make me happy?”, but “Will this choice enlarge me or diminish me?” The future will never provide the reassurance you seek from it. (This is why it's wrong to say we live in especially uncertain times. The future is always uncertain; it's just that we're currently very aware of it.) Embrace radical incrementalism - People who work a little bit every day tend to cultivate the patience it takes to get good. Oliver tells the old parable about a vacationing New York businessman who meets a Mexican fisherman… The capacity to tolerate minor discomfort is a superpower. The solution to imposter syndrome is to see that you are one - Everyone is totally “winging it.” The lesson to be drawn isn't that we're doomed to chaos. It's that you – unconfident, self-conscious, all-too-aware-of-your-flaws – potentially have as much to contribute to your field, or the world, as anyone else. The original Latin word for “decide” was decidere which means “to cut off” as in slicing away alternatives. The sooner you welcome uncertainty and not knowing as normal ways of being, the better off you'll be. People who work a little bit every day tend to cultivate the patience it takes to get good. These people also quit their day's work when it's finished: they identify what their chunk of time or task is per day, they do that and only that, and save more for tomorrow. “More often than not, originality lies on the far side of unoriginality.” To illustrate this point, Burkeman uses The Helsinki Bus Station Theory. As the photographer Arno Minkkinen explained, Helsinki bus lines start out traveling the same path but then diverge at different points in the route, spreading out to far and wide locales. When you find your work resembles someone else's, or you're on someone else's bus, traveling someone else's path, don't try to go back to the bus station at the very beginning and completely reinvent yourself and start from scratch, keep working and “stay on the bus!” At a certain point, your path will split off into something new. The central challenge of time management isn't becoming more efficient, but deciding what to neglect. In an accelerating world, patience – letting things take the time they take – is a superpower. In conditions of limitless choice, burning your bridges beats keeping your options open. The need to control events is unhelpful. There is too much uncertainty for that. Is "follow your passion" good advice? Find something you're good at instead. Do things "daily-ish" Harness the power of patience as a force for daily life. Relish the value of consistency. Goal setting: "We are incapable of living goalless lives." With that said, "a plan is just a thought." Excellence: A willingness to accept the truth of their present situation and not wear blinders. They are clear-eyed. Generosity to other people. They have a basic assumption of a non-zero-sum world. Four Thousand Weeks is an entertaining and philosophical but ultimately deeply practical guide to the alternative path of embracing your limits: dropping back down into reality, defying cultural pressures to attempt the impossible, and getting started on what's gloriously possible instead. It's about actually getting meaningful things done, here and now, in our work and our lives together – in the clear-eyed understanding that there won't be time for everything, and that we'll never eliminate life's uncertainties.
It has been over seven years since 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers' College in Guerrero, Mexico, were taken by armed men in the middle of the night. They were never seen again. Their disappearance sparked mass protests, as the 43 became symbols of Mexico's unchecked human rights abuses. In recent decades, tens of thousands of people have gone missing in Mexico, and almost no one has been held accountable. The culture of impunity is so ingrained that families often don't go to police for help, believing they're either corrupt or too afraid to investigate. In a three-part investigation of the Ayotzinapa case, Reveal's Anayansi Diaz-Cortes and Kate Doyle from the National Security Archive take us inside the investigation into the attack on the students. They have help from Omar Gómez Trejo – the man the Mexican president tapped to prosecute the crime. For more than a year, he kept audio diaries and had regular conversations with Diaz-Cortes and Doyle, giving them insight into a massive coverup by the previous Mexican administration and efforts by current investigators to piece together the details of the attack and bring to justice those responsible.